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Vicki McKenna on WISN

Vicki McKenna

35:55 min | 6 months ago

Vicki McKenna on WISN

"Is I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the eye center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for lasix over the past thirty years the center is helped tens of thousands of people realize the Freedom Lacy Bites is the time for twenty percents off for a limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you schedule within thirty days, register for your savings and schedule your free consultation now at the Ice Center Dot Com, some restrictions apply. Broadcasting planted. That Mo- city and the world on iheartradio. Victim. Kennedy, show to be a part. Of Carbon. Cocktails told. Took me five. Dot Com. urged. Dampening I'm Vicky. Mckenna I think on live on the Mike in my wife Mike Mike All right I'm good. Just let me know when my mic is live. Broadcasting Remotely folks that they can show remote from a secret. Secure Location. Somewhere in. Wisconsin. Yeah I'm at home. I'm at home thinking I was going to have a short day. Thinking that the Madison Portion of the program is going to be preemptive for brewers baseball alas. No Alas for me. For, you baseball fans the brewers have decided to postpone their game, and if you already know that for those of you who don't, they have decided to postpone their game due to the Rona. We're GONNA be talking about the Rona on the program today specifically Governor Evers. Emergency Declaration and mask mandate the mask mandate he exempted himself. And the legislature from. So? It's so important. that. GOVERNMENT GETS TO BE EXEMPT. In the NEAT. NIFTY So one has been going on since the announcement of this. since the announcement of this yesterday. Senate majority leader Scott Fitzgerald who said my caucus is ready to fight this call a special session. Pass a joint resolution. Put an end to the governor's emergency. Order. Nothing. Like that. Bold statement direct statement. Has Come. From. The assembly. The assembly. is. Putting. Out Press releases. Talking about how terrible the mandate is. But not joining Senate majority leader, Scott Fitzgerald in calling for a joint session to pass a joint resolution. Putting an end to the governor's emergency order. We're GONNA talk about this because the governor's emergency order is likely unlawful. We'll talk with Kassenberg Berger a little bit later on about why that's true. It's fairly simple. Section three, twenty, three, dot ten says two things number one. It says that after the governor's emergency authority. Expires sixty days so he's already had one. Crack at the emergency order, Pinata that expired after sixty days. If he wants to do it again, he needs permission from the legislature to do it. He did not seek permission from the legislature secondly. and. This empowers the legislature even more. The legislature has the authority to pass a joint resolution and simply. Take Away. The governor's latest emergency declaration rescind the governor's emergency declaration. It does not require a signature from Governor Eve irs. So there's in section three, two, three, dot ten. The legislature. Is. empowered. Dramatically, after the first sixty day order has expired. So, where's the assembly on this? Where is the? Promise to work with the Senate to call a special session to pass a joint resolution where are they I don't know. Lots of assembly people have put out statements saying this is a terrible mandate. It's a one-size-fits-all mandate. This doesn't make sense for Wisconsin but only Adam Nalen that I can tell so far has joined with the Senate Nicole for a special session in a joint resolution ending. Eagles latest mandate. But more on this coming up also on the program, Mark, block is going to join mark has. worked shoulder to shoulder with Herman Cain. In Wisconsin. Brought Herman Cain to Wisconsin. Herman Cain was instrumental in lighting up the excitement of the tea party movement in Wisconsin Herman, Cain of course, passed away at the age of seventy four. And mark very good friend with me of his he also managed Herman's presidential campaign. So a little. A little memory of Herman Cain on the program today as the mainstream press. has already begun to try to sully. The the the memory of Herman has tried to make sure that his wikipedia is going to be overrun with you know the the degrading. Statements that are being made by people who hated him politically So. Before that is allowed to cement itself. The press even in death hates conservatives particularly black conservative so much that they would. They would actually spend time trying to figure out ways to damage the reputation of a dead man. Not, GonNa let that happen on this mark walk is going to join me next. Rick. Essen Berg ahead in about fifteen or so minutes. This is Vicki show I'll be right back. Welcome to the program the Vicki mechanics. Show. And I am broadcasting remotely from home I. Thought I was going to be able to put my feet up here. For an afternoon now, I don't have Cova I'm just assumed that I would have a shorter show today because baseball So I decided to do this via remote access. My friend Mark Block is on the phone standing by and the reason why I have mark on the program is because in Wisconsin nobody think new our friend Herman Cain as well or as personally as mark did mark you're the reason Herman Cain ever came to Wisconsin in the first place and Herman Cain is in a very real way. The reason we had a tea party movement in Wisconsin I'M GONNA. Let you elaborate on your good friend. Herman Cain. Thank you Vicki and it's always great to be back on your show. But. Like everybody yesterday. I was shocked when I got the phone call. Herman Cain was a father of brother. A, mentor. My boss. My. Best friend and business associate serve really hit me hard. But you're right. Mr Cain other than the state of Georgia probably founded. Wisconsin has a second home. If you remember all of the Party. That we did in that two, thousand, nine, two, thousand, ten timeframes. He was at a lot of. And he really helped us build to grasp ruth army that we had going into the two thousand election. And if you remember Becky I think you've followed him at the. Beginning of. Presidential, campaign. When he spoke at defending the American Dream Summit Television? Wisconsin. dells. I. Do. Marquee he made his his campaign announcement in Wisconsin dolls and I had to follow him to introduce him but and then I also had to follow him and you not ever WanNa Follow Herman, Cain. This is a guy who does off the cuff the most. Amazing Barn burner or or Tory that you could imagine. Great. I gotTA follow her. I'M GONNA be the letdown for the crowd. But yeah, was when he announced and I remember he walks up hat on, he walks up like a cowboy and he makes his presidential announcement in Wisconsin and people at I. Blew it off and thought it was a joke. It wasn't a joke and in fairly short order, he started to actually catch fire and that's when the knives came out and that's when people started to attack him. Actually. I'm GONNA crack this a little bit if you want if you remember. People when he walked off to the podium with his cowboy hat. He slowly took it off put it on the podium. Instead I just want the president know there's a new sheriff in town. And the place a rupture. Everybody's standing on their feet. and. It wasn't until a week later and my colleague Linda Hamilton and I met with him at the capital. Grill in Las Trade. And laid out a strategy for him to run for president. And and he? He I can't fan I. found on the radio what he said to me, but it was pretty much. You lost your mind. And we laid out the whole strategy from that day in March of two thousand and through the Election Day in two thousand twelve. And he thought about it for a while but if you remember he's a pretty quick. Thinker and he said, all right. If, we could make these seven miles own. Any lay them all out for you know being able to raise the money being able to put together a national threats routes network and he is he was. He was to grassroots king. He said we can do all of that back. Then I'll consider. Well over the rest of the summer and fall we put all those pieces together. We had him traveling all across the United States speaking of Tea Party rallies business meanings. And what's really interesting is the seven. Thing that we had to do was convinced. Gloria Cain. That he should run. The other part of history and he made his final decision to runs. On. January first in Brookville Wisconsin. Doing an bent. On new, year's Day, and I believe the badgers were playing in a bowl and we went to an event. And he was shocked that the place was hacked that people had come out to hear him on New Year's Day. I'll never forget it and went back to the first feels tweet. Sat in the lobby got on his phone, call the producer of his radio show instead I'm submitting my resignation. Well, that's where it all started. Hey Mark how did the how did the AD happen in everybody has not googled smoking man add yet you have to do it right now if you're near a computer, you're on your phone look up the smoking man add Herman Cain Mark Felt every This is. A great or two. So tell me about this ad because it became I. Actually, they actually have award for these things or they have people who rank enlist these things. It's considered one of the most effective political ads ever created in the history of campaign ads. So I mean you're on your analyst. So how did it happen? We're at the Win Folks Cal Casino in Las Vegas. The morning after the presidential debate. And I, the five member I'm sitting with Jim troops. And Linda Hanson and I leave therapist was there Talking. About you know the night before in the debate how well Mister Cain And a video to target for crisper guard came up pay clock. Let's say. I gotta shoot something you got to say thank you to all of our volunteer. So it wasn't planned, it wasn't scripted. Go outside of the Casino and Chris Starts asking me questions and filming in. If you notice in that in the video every once in a while the camera moves dry moved because he had a stop as a traffic was going by. So we went back into the casino and Burgers we gotTa canton that we can leave the cigarette in. She looked at it. And she said you know we let Cain became at blocked blocked. that. was never supposed to publish MSNBC somehow pull told off our website and the rest is history I. Think we went up three and a half points nationally in seventy two hours. And if and talk about ads that are ranked. The number one AD has ever been produced was Reagan, morning in America. The second one was busy from Linden Johnson's campaign and the third one for smoking ban. and. This is all if the appeal of that ad and people will look at it and say what's going on there. The appeal of that ad was was the appeal of Herman Cain and the tea party, and it was we're going to stop letting other people tell us what to do how to behave what to think and I think that was ultimately was cutting through all of this because we kept being told in the tea party movement that we were crazier, we were stupid. Or we were we shouldn't act like that and populism is a bad thing. All of these different things that we kept being told and so there's mark lock smoking, a cigarette and Herman Cain ad and people were like, yes. Because that's exactly and you had this sort of devil may care look on your face that is sort of that sort of captured the Zeitgeist of. The Movement at the time and it really I think spoke to people not the smoking, the cigarette thing but the but the we are going to be ourselves thing and if the if the elites if the globalist don't like it too bad right too bad. How did how did how did it all come apart I mean this is important to remember remember Herman Cain Number One. This all without Wisconsin Herman. CAIN wouldn't have run for president without? Mark Block Herman Cain wouldn't have come to Wisconsin without Herman Cain I don't think we would have had a tea party movement and certainly without you mark, we wouldn't have had a tea party movement. But it it seemed like you shouldn't have had to worry about Herman. Cain here's this guy on the rally circuit and all of a sudden he starting to show up in polls and that's when the knives came out. It's important to remember that he had. He was victim of a political assassination attempt because of black conservative that was penetrating with a message that was that was so easy to understand was too dangerous to let go go forward too much more. Commonly agreed In fame on me. In the fact that we had planned for the attack, but we didn't think they were going to happen. So January. The first major came on October thirty first on Halloween. And kind of ambushed the. Alleged allegations and and they they were never proven. That's one point to get across. But I must care with you a story on the morning after the allegations. Were all the senior staff in Washington DC with Mister Cain is we had folks. Solid. Week of him addressing Congress Uh. Congressional committees on healthcare the National Press Club. I would speaking's between before to major major groups. So you can expect the mood of senior staff that Monday morning was pretty down. So Mr Cain walked into the room. And I go oh no, he's black nobody told us that. And Kane just racks up. And he said, we're not canceling anything. We didn't do anything and we'RE GONNA take this head on. Guys was that's the kind of guy was he on the other kind of guy was was be met once he remembered your name because he thought it was worth remembering mark. Block I. Wish I could just talk about Herman four hours maybe you and I need to grab a drink this weekend. I need I. Need to take a break here we're gonNA come back with Rick, s and Berg that was mark block talking about the late Herman Cain pass away. We heard yesterday the age of seventy four too young too early. Could he used him. Coming up in this upcoming election as well. He was a good friend to a lot of people in Wisconsin and a great friend to Wisconsin Conservatives we'll be right back. This is the victim McKenna show. The Vicki McKenna show I do want to just point out in there now, a couple of articles news articles written about this but as the day ticks by additional law enforcement agencies are announcing that they are not going to be enforcing governor either is latest emergency declaration and Masks Mandate i. saw one about an hour ago from the Brown County Sheriff's department. Here is the Mo Managua Police Department I'm GonNa read just a portion of an aqua police department statement just because it's funny. The monopoly police department lacks the resources needed to enforce governor. Order, mandating the wearing of masks and ton. Of Managua. Taking this into consideration, we will not enforcing the governor's order that mandates the wearing of masks starting August, first two, thousand twenty nor will we be responding to complaints about mask violations? What would you do if you see someone not wearing a mask? Even if you think they should be nothing some people. Have conditions or circumstances that would make a cloth face mask covering difficult or dangerous just where your mask and stay six feet away from them. I have rick asked some Bergen from Wisconsin, Institute for Law and Liberty to talk about the actual order itself not the details of the order. But whether or not this order is lawful Rick Berg welcome to the program. Thanks for having man good. I'm glad I can hear you. Okay. I'm broadcasting remotely people so anything can happen. So it seems in the last time we talked about this, which was a bit of time ago that if Tony wanted to extend his emergency order which expired in sixty days beyond sixty days, he needs approval from the legislature. He did not seek approval from the legislature. It seems if you read the order that it seems like this is an extension just simply. Portions of the other order tweet So this does look like an extension and furthermore whether he you know he got permission from the legislature to do this or not. It does seem like the legislature can pretty easily dispatched with this if they want to. Yeah. Both of those things are true I. You know the governor has the ability to a public health emergency under our law. But that ability is strictly time limited. You can declare this emergency for sixty days. The legislature can resend it during the sixty days if he wants, but you can only declare for sixty days as governor. Legislature. Extended for another sixty days but they did not do that in this case, and so he declared a public health emergency, the public health emergency expires. He's now operating under the fiction that he can declare a new public health emergency but. If. The courts were allowed to allow him to do that. They would in effect read the time limit out of the statue. Because he's declaring his public health emergency in July based upon an outbreak of cold, he declared his public health emergency in March based in a break of Kobe, cove it never went away You know the infections went up went down went up went down as one might expect to happen. But to say that this isn't essentially dealing with the same crisis that we've been dealing with the last four months it seems to me as just a fiction it's I made up and and I don't think anybody ought to take. That seriously. All right except that it's being treated as if it should be taken seriously and you have one house, the Senate saying we're ready to call a special session and pass a joint resolution rescinding Iverson Authority, which is also empowered under statute three, twenty, three, dot ten. The legislature can reject this overtly without requiring the governor's signature, but you have the other house saying we think citizens groups are going to be suing over this. It seems to me that one takes a lot longer than another although perhaps both of them. Might be useful. So I I mean to have the verse administration slapped back by the courts could be useful. But at the same time, as that goes forward, the legislature is going would then wait on a special session to rescind the order. Well you know I. I can't believe I'm saying this is public interest litigator but I have to say it in that is that The you know the outcome of the lawsuit is always very unclear in very indefinite I've been doing this long enough that I don't guarantee predict any outcome even if I'm fairly certain of it because I know it can always go the other way. But if the legislature was sins, this public health emergency if they vote I joined revolutionary, send it. It's rescinded. There's no question about that. And at that point, if the governor wants to have masks mandate, then he's got to work with the legislature he has to propose. To propose something that they would pass into wall or he has to, you know proposed rule that JC are would allow to go through He can't act unilaterally and you know what the outcome is. That would be I can't say at this point, but the outcome of litigation is uncertain. The outcome of legislation is certain and to be honest you know there are there could be some judges who would say, well, you know we we we kind of think the legislature should act on this and so. I you know as as as much as I have respect for those guys to simply say, well, we're not gonNA do anything is a private citizen might bring a lawsuit I. I don't think in this instance that That's the best way for them to about about this. If they think that the governor has overreached them, they need to take a vote and face. Yeah and we have God multiple press releases. So we've got the Senate Senate Majority Leader Fitzgerald, saying my caucuses ready to do this we are ready to call a session gavel in PASA joint resolution. We're not getting that commitment at least not yet from assembly however, Multiple Assembly. People have put out statements saying that this is this mandate is wrong. This is this is an overreach Some of them are hinting that they believe it is not lawful. So the assembly needs to simply declare that it is willing to go into session as well. Instead of dancing around and hoping it could smack it and wait for somebody to contact Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty and file a lawsuit because that will take a long time you and I've talked about this a a rapid turnaround for a court. Can still take a month people complain about it, and then I'll bring you on the program and you'll say, well, actually Vicki that's really fast for the court, but still you're talking about weeks at a minimum. Right, and the other thing to keep in mind is that it is quite possible that the legislature would find itself in the same position. If a court rules that the governor cannot declare public health emergencies in series arising from the same underlying which I think it should I think that that would be an important principle to establish There are the things that governor might try to do the governor might try for example to promulgate a rule requires a mask requirement in the State of Wisconsin at that point the ball with Dan, and again be the legislatures court to For JC are to decide whether it wanted to insist on modification of the role when wanted to block will going into effect in. So we're back where we started again, and although you know there's always a possibility litigate over the extended rule. You know we're we essentially you know. The issue still remains open and so you know as much as I'd like to think that you know public interest law can be the savior of you know all of us and maybe sometimes it can help in this instance I think the first the first responsibility does why with the legislature something else I thought was interesting and that is the exam salaciously in the judiciary. From this he says state facilities and offices under the control of the Wisconsin state legislature the Wisconsin Supreme Quarter exempt from this order etcetera etcetera etcetera, and it seems to me that that may have been I mean obviously can't read the mind of the governor or I should say, Maggie Kaoh. Who is probably the person who put this idea together I wonder if that's a way to try to prevent the legislature from having standing itself to challenge the order. It may well be I think the legislature would have a tough row to go anyway and filing litigation itself because a corporate would say, why do you need to come to us end this public health emergency when you have the ability to simply take vote and? Not Subject to veto by the governor. And I think that would make litigation on behalf legislature somewhat difficult. But you know they need they need they need to think about is taking vote not bringing the lawsuit. Well and the thing is, is that they are expressly empowered to do it. It says. Directly that the legislature by joint resolution can with a majority, rescind the governor, the governor's emergency authority, and this would have been they could have done this and March they could have done this at the height of the pandemic if they wanted to. You know the he chose this for a reason I'm he chose not going through the rulemaking process. He chose not to empower Andrea Palm through statute to fifty two, which was the last challenge in instead using the you know the statue where the legislature is vertically empowered to stop him it's Adair. This is a dare you have law enforcement agencies recognizing I look here in Dodge County I'm sorry not dodge coming Greene County recognizing this is not lawful. You have multiple law enforcement agencies saying they have no intention of enforcing it. So you know it's almost like everybody figured it out and now the legislature has been dared to do something about it. Yeah I mean I think that that's a problem. We an appropriate way to put it in. That doesn't mean the orders lawful the time limitation on the governor's ability to declare an emergency does not depend on the legislature rescinding it it it is. There it is. In the Wa- is absolute. The governor should be abiding by not abiding by using the wrong by not doing. So there may be other ways that he can proceed, but he's not proceeding in those ways he's doing this. But, the legislature does have the ability NS in enforce him to use a vehicle. If he thinks that this is important and you know again, we're talking about the authority of the governor here we're not we can. Kind of whether, we should have a mask ordinance. Why did you say at some other time but but we do need to follow the rules with respect to creating law that the rest of us are going to have to live under Even as as you point out most law enforcement agencies are not GonNa Enforce I. Don't think the governor ever thought they were I. Think he knew that they wouldn't the goal here I think is to placate people who believe that you know if there's not a requirement that you do something that isn't gonNA happen couldn't. The goal to use the idea of emergency authority to then say all schools in Wisconsin are going to be virtual only that's a big lesser in the people. This is just a stepping stone. Yes because if you look at three, twenty, three ten, which is the emergency authority statute allows the governor. To enter any order to protect any person or property, and you know in a way as long as it's time limited, it makes some sense because you know we could see you know getting together and deciding per partisanship aside that you know if there's a, there's a truly a public health emergency, maybe we need the governor to be able to act unilaterally for a short period of time it takes time to get the legislature together takes time for them to formulate a response but I wa is wise enough to say and I think our constitution compel. Only for a while, only leave when it's necessary only for this short period of time when it's necessary and then we go back to our regular way of making law. Well now, we're back to a regular way of making law. The governor had his opportunity to act as a sponsor soon, emergency he did that we can argue about whether he did it right or whether he did it wrong but that time is over now and it's now time for if in fact, we need some type of legal response. To it, which is not already in place. Then that's something for the legislature and the governor to do together just as they make all together, that may require them to compromise if so so be it but we don't live in a country where the chief executive officer be he the president or the he the governor is King or a dictator that's not the way we make laws and We need to go back to the normal way, which we may let me ask lawyerly advice to someone out there. Is it the since it is in your estimation unlawful order? Should people just feel comfortable not following it? Well you know I mean I. I in in my view is an unlawful order as I said before I can never be sure as to how a piece of litigation is going to come out. So I couldn't ever guarantee anybody that you violent disorder ordering and don't worry because you'll be able to establish this off on the judge will agree with me I can't say that So there's a certain amount of risk involved no matter what you do kids the risk is a two hundred dollar fine since I, think the governor had learned his lesson realized that he you know you ought not to proceed by threatening people with incarceration. But that's a recipe that you would have and and so You know I think that again, we get back to the to the first principles. The best thing is the legislature if they think this is wrong. To Act on it there could be litigation nothing won't be litigation. by you know. The situation I think right now is as I described it. Rick Asan. Berg, thank you very much for coming on the program this afternoon Johnson Institute for Law and Liberty. I'll be right back. This is Vicky mechanics show. All right. Welcome back. This is the becky mechanics show I'm reading here from an email Melissa I just spoke with Representative Cory Cory Booker. Who is my representative Kay? Was I was I live there in that last ten seconds Mike. Am I live. He's told me I'm live three times am I actually on the air? That's what I need to know my friend. Right hopefully, I'm on the Air Cody Horn lockers office says that he is one hundred percent supportive of the idea to. call for a special session. He's supportive of the idea. So we know that Adam Nalen as well in the assembly support of the idea. However, when people are calling speaker VOSS's office, they're not getting direct commitment to call for a special session and passage joint resolution. So it is now I think important for people to contact. Robin Voss. And here's email. Wrap our EP DOT Voss v O s at Legis l. e.. G. I S. Dot Wisconsin Dot, Gov, contact Robin Vase, and get a commitment. On behalf of we, the people that the legislature will do its job. Robin boss. 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Voter Suppression Hard at Work - 10/13/2020

Quick News Daily Podcast

13:11 min | 3 months ago

Voter Suppression Hard at Work - 10/13/2020

"Hello and welcome to the Quick News daily podcast where I give you the facts I no. Click bait stories just real news that matters to real people. Today is Tuesday October thirteenth I am bread Spangler and thank you for joining me. We've got a lot to get to today including the first day of highlights or sites of Amy conybeare confirmation hearings but in the interest of now acting like the traditional media and falling into all the same traps that they do, we'll start first with another covert vaccine trial having some issues the trial that is being done by Johnson and Johnson had to be paused because one of the participants developed an unexplained. This is actually different from the one. I mentioned a couple of weeks ago. That one was Astra Zeneca and that was over in Great Britain. That was the illness that caused paralysis because it did something worth spinal fluid I wanNA say. So definitely, pretty serious in this case, Johnson and Johnson is being a lot more stingy with what has happened to this participant. So we don't know if it is better or worse than what happened to the Astra Zeneca patient. However every person every expert I've seen comment on the story they all say that this is absolutely normal especially with a trial this large this trial had sixty thousand participants, which is apparently bigger than the average trial. So I get the sense that this wouldn't even be a story if it wasn't such a high profile vaccine or high profile illness, but we in America, have been everything on developing vaccine to get back to normal. So obviously, there's some extra media. Hey Hey I finally have some good news to share from Wisconsin, but it's sort of like a backhanded compliment yesterday a federal judge upheld governor Tony Eggers latest mask mandate that someone tried to challenge in court in his ruling judge. Waterman said that nothing stops the governor from declaring successive states of emergency. So more than one in a row and that the governor can declare a state of emergency if public health crisis exists obviously, this is really good news for us date because up until this point are Republican. Controlled legislature has come up with absolutely nothing in regards to their own plan with how to deal with. This crisis they've just decided to oppose governor Evers because he's a Democrat since cases are spiking deaths are spiking. Thank goodness. Someone finally has some sense to let governor do his job in project Wisconsin Nights. I don't think we're out of the woods yet because if they can challenge this on appeal, this conservative group deny imagine that they're gonNA do. So however being that it's a federal judge it's thankfully a bit different than if our state Supreme Court ruled on it essentially, all we have to do now is wait and see if they do bring on appeal but we do get a bit of a break here. Moving on to a topic that we should never have to talk about in a country as advanced United States voter suppression yesterday early voting early in person voting started in the state of Georgia a state that is now in the tossup category assuming everything is run correctly. However, I don't suspect that that's the case because the state is run. By Brian Kemp there were several glitches quote unquote across the state including one at a super site in Atlanta. This happened in the state farm arena, which is the home of the Atlanta Hawks of the NBA and it looks like. Were being rejected when voters were trying to put their voting cards in the machine I guess it's something to do with the whole books and making sure that there's an accurate record of who voted already apparently this was fixed after about an hour. But at this time, the people in charge do not know what caused the issues which sounds a bit too suspicious for my liking. It's a good thing. I guess if you want to try to make lemonade out of these lemons that people stood in line for hours in order to vote sometimes as much as eleven hours. And many of these voters were in fact, black voters black voters are currently making up thirty five percent of all the bells cast in Georgia, which is up from twenty nine percent for years ago we could see this number drop of course, because the white voters in that state are probably more likely to be trump supporters. So you know as they filter through on election day for in person voting because you know corona viruses a hoax. So as just math and fractions that they'll end up distilling that percentage of it but based on polling, it looks like these black voters as well as women voters are going to be the ones to save the country from trump if that does in fact, happen. All polling indicates that gen-x white men are having some sort of midlife crisis where they realize we are just not going to be able to dominate the country by brute force anymore in that if someone else's smarter or better than us at something, they will be chosen first because things are becoming more objective, obviously, not nearly as objective as it needs to be. But enough to scare the effort loving crap out of these middle aged white men. Now I started the second by saying that this shouldn't happen in a country as advanced as US and the truth is it wouldn't be happening unless the system was designed to make it happen and to force this voter suppression excessively disproportionately on minorities because the gop knows said, if everyone voted, they would never win again nationwide. quickly, some other disappointing news from the State of Texas is that a judge overturned a prior ruling said the Governor Abbott's decision to have only one ballot dropbox per county was illegal. So unfortunately in Texas. There will only be one ballot collection box per county. It's definitely not great and you know it's hard for a lot of people but I guess the silver lining is that we know enough in advance that voters can make plans to get their ballot in somehow. Honestly, even through the mail at this point, as long as email pretty soon, it's going to get there. So moral of the story just make sure your vote counts somehow. Guys he's back before we get back into more heavy stuff, I just have to play this clip for you my opponent raised fifty seven dollars. One of the reasons he's raising so much money is understood up for cavenaugh. They tried to take cavenaugh out I'm worried about Amy Barrett. Away but are our Republicans. Need to tend her and we will so help me at Lindsey Graham Dot Com. They're trying to silence us all by swamping this with money. So this is a fight that really does matter then is just put. I guess the Lindsey Graham Telethon is back on Fox News meaning Lindsey must really be in some trouble. South Carolina voters. Vote. To beat this pathetic spineless sycophantic suck up. I know you can do it. This next clip. Can. Describe best by saying it's unsettling amy McGrath and Mitch. Mikhail had a debate last night. Just take a listen to McConnell when McGrath brings up the Federal Corona virus response how fast a bill in May and the Senate went on vacation I. Mean you just don't do that you negotiate center is a national crisis. You know that the coronavirus wasn't gonNA end at the end of July we knew this I mean I just think. You've got and here's the thing if you want to call yourself a leader. So you you want to call yourself a leader. You got to get things done those of us the served in the Marines. We don't just point fingers the other side when we get the job done, is it funny to have over two hundred fourteen, thousand dead Americans? Is it funny to have people losing their jobs because we can't get the sender control? What's the joke here? Mitch? Why are you laughing? That was probably the worst thing he could have done but that wasn't the end of his repulsiveness. Let's take a listen to what his arguments are against amy. McGrath I our entire campaign is. She's a Moraine. She's a mom and I've been there too long Mitch. Are you trying to boost Democratic turnout He's so bad at this yet he's so good at providing slogans for women running for office. Do you remember his nevertheless she persisted mine. He used to describe Elizabeth, Warren it's Kentucky. So my hopes aren't tie. But if amy McGrath does somehow pull off this enormous upset. That would be a good way to close out a horrible year. Just, because we should be keeping up with this, let's close out with an update on. AIMEE Coney Barrett's confirmation hearings yesterday she was trying to play the traditional centrist judge saying all the classics like Al Judge The law I won't do Congress's job or I respect Justice Scalia and even he made decisions based on the law that he didn't agree with which is total horsecrap. If there's one thing Scalia didn't do. It's abandoned his own personal views in biases. This, whole pretending to be some sort of a protector of the people in the constitution in an unbiased way is just that an act. That's really all it is. A couple of things I can't stress enough. The first is that Republicans tried to jam through a Supreme Court justice who wants to kill obamacare instead of working on a stimulus that would help many unemployed Americans second. Mike Lee showed up to the hearing and talked with a mask off no mask ten days after testing positive for covid. There is no way he's not still contagious. In fact North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis attended virtually because he was exposed to. Mike Lee, not only that. But Lindsey Graham still refuses to Cova test and yet these people are going to decide whether we get health care or not women's rights. Or not. It's just. It's ridiculous. All right that's really all I have for you today in terms of news I just want to mention in passing that there's this confirmed report from the New York Times or you know anonymous source report that Donald Trump's grand plan for when he was released from Walter Reed last week was that he wanted to come out and act like he was Oh, he's all old and weak, and then under his dress shirt, he wanted to have superman shirt that he would like rip open when he got in front of the press our president is five. He's five years old. This is the man in charge of the country. I mean what? Even? What kind of plan is that? That's like Gene Wilder Willy Wonka back in the day when he comes out and he's got the cane in the knee falls in the does a somersault I'm pretty sure that's what trump was basing this off of but anyways, in terms of the show, it sounds like the discover pot nomination window is now closed. So that was fun while it lasted Thank you to everyone who signed on and tried to nominate me even if it was closed. Or did in fact, get through before the deadline I coulda sworn it was later but guess not it did open on September sixteenth. So as my fault for forgetting about it until now, otherwise, if you still want to support the show, you can leave a review and a rating and or rating I should say if your platform allows it otherwise stay safe make your plan to vote fill out your senses be witness for a neighbor's signature for the absentee ballot. If it's required Pennsylvania voters make sure to use those two envelopes make sure your vote counts. All right I'll talk to you guys tomorrow.

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Labor And Employment Implications In The Public Safety Workplace Of COVID-19

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Labor And Employment Implications In The Public Safety Workplace Of COVID-19

"Hello folks welcome to the L. R. I S. podcast series. My name is well Aitchison and this is going to be another one and our hopefully short series on the Labor and employment implications and the public safety workplace of covert nineteen. I have four things. I WanNa talk to talk to you about today. All four of them are sort of in the way of updates but there have been some significant developments so the first thing I want to talk about are the is the status of Kobe. Nineteen presumptive causation. Laws for workers comp purposes then want to talk about hazardous duty. Pay What we're seeing with regard to that third thing is. What's what's been the impact so far that we've seen of covid nineteen on the collective bargaining process. What sorts of deals are being? Cut Out there by public safety unions and the public safety employers with which they deal and then the fourth thing is going to be law enforcement specific development. We continue to have law enforcement officers around the country who are drawing a line in the sand and who are saying. I'm not going to enforce this emergency order of the governor. Whatever this might be It could be a people being required to wear masks or people being required to stay at home and I wanNA talk about in a little bit more detail this time what. The legal framework is of that issue. Okay so let's talk first about presumptive causation. Laws it's been a month since I've spoken to you about these and we've seen some changes but unfortunately not a lot and It's safe to say that right now the majority of states in this country do not have presumptive causation rules let's reset what's the presumptive causation. Rule it's a rule of workers compensation law that if you encounter a certain condition. He's almost all was diseases That it is presumed that that disease was caused by the job. It's only a presumption. The employer can overcome the presumption by proving that the disease or the condition love caused by off the job but presumptive causations really give employees a leg up With respect to establishing worker's compensation claims And when I say a leg up when you have a presumptive causation law. It's almost impossible for an employer to prove that the condition was not caused by the job so for example there are cases. I see them every month and we only put a few of them in our newsletter. I only rarely talk about them on the PODCASTS. The first Thursday podcast but there are cases out there. All the time involving firefighters in in firefighters have much richer set a presumptive cassation laws around the country so most of these cases are firefighter cases. So you see these cases. We have a firefighter who's had a heart attack. And His filed a workers. Compensation claim and the employer brings evidence into the workers compensation hearing where the employers well. Yeah I did have a heart attack but on the other hand he was a two pack. A day smoker. For thirty years he also had a high level of cholesterol and He was basically a heart attack waiting to happen. Didn't exercise was morbidly obese. You know whatever. The Constellation factors might day. And you'll see the workers compensation agencies saying to the employer. Yeah but you didn't prove that it wasn't caused by the job sometimes. Employers can prevail in those types of cases but not often and the result is that presumptive causation. Laws are expensive. You hear me talk in a couple of minutes about what's going on in California. The estimate is the covid nineteen presumption in California is going to cost. The state of billion dollars cost employers in the state. A billion dollars so these things are expensive. Employers typically have resisted them and Employees. Of course want them and we're seeing that debate played out in state legislatures around the country. So where are the Kobe? Nineteen presumptive causation. Laws around the country. And I'm just GonNa go in alphabetical order. Here it's not gonna be too long less but I wanNA talk about how some of these presumptions came into existence. Because there's some not small amount of controversy about that. So let's start with Alaska down in Alabama by the way let's talk about an Alaskan in Alaska. Alaska was an early adopter here April tenth governor. Mike Dunleavy signed into law Something that is known a SENATE BILL TO FORTY ONE. And it contains a conclusive presumption that a first responder who contracts Kobe. Nineteen after an amish job exposure got the diseases a result of an on the job exposure notice. I stressed the phrase conclusive presumption a conclusive presumption cannot be rebutted. So that means in Alaska if you're first responder and WHO's the first responder? Firefighter paramedic peace officer healthcare provider. If you are a first responder and you get cova. Nineteen on the job. All you have to do is prove that you had an on the job exposure to the disease and boom that is a workers compensation covered condition. That's the strongest presumption that is out there Really in the country is the one that's in place in Alaska right now Arizona. There's no presumptive causation in Arizona on May fourteenth so just a about a week ago or so Something known as the Industrial Commission in Arizona. that's part of the workers. Compensation System there issued what? It called an advisory statement. What was the advisory statement employers and? I'm quoting may not categorically deny covid nineteen claims and of quote really. That's the best you can do if you're going to be talking about presumptive causation. You come up with a rule that employers may not categorically deny Kobe nineteen clients. Well that's not GonNa get employees very far at all and my understanding is that the push for presumptive causation continues in Arizona Arkansas on April fourteenth. The governor nothing was passed in the legislature in In Arkansas the governor issued an order allowing first responders and healthcare workers to be eligible for workers comp now listen carefully but only if they can demonstrate a causal connection between their diagnosis and exposure to covid nineteen as a result of their employment. That's no presumptive causation. At all right. it requires the employee to show that the exposure caused the condition and just like a presumptive causation. Law is very difficult for an employer to overcome employee's pretty much can never show that exposure to a disease caused their condition. Why is that? Because there's so many other places you can be exposed to the same disease right so if if I were a first responder in Arkansas side look at Governor Acer Hutchison and say Jeez. Thanks a lot guy. You did absolutely nothing for US okay. What about California California? We have another executive order from a governor in this case is Governor Gavin newsom and he issued a an executive order that creates a presumption that covid nineteen incurred by frontline. Workers is caused by the job. Now this presumption is going to expire on July fifth. The California legislature has several bills the most prominent of which is known as Assembly Bill. Six sixty four appending that would make the The presumptive causation. Continue into the future. But I want to talk about the fact that this was done by executive order because in some places governors are getting tired of looking at legislatures just simply waiting around or debating or not meeting or doing or not doing whatever they're doing or not doing and they are issuing these sorts of executive orders. Are they legal? Maybe there hasn't been much of a challenge to them anywhere When we get to Illinois I'll talk about a very different type of challenge that was filed with respect to an executive order there but the sort of thing that governor newsom has done to issue this executive order. I have not seen that challenged in court. Now Governor Nuisance Executive Order. Far More expansive Than what went on for example in Alaska. It's more expansive in the sense that it applies to all frontline workers so not just first responders and medical personnel. But everybody. Who's out there. Who's basically bagging groceries or doing? Whatever it is they're doing to Keep the rest of us. from All sorts of different types of dire conditions all right Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of nothing is going on no presumptive causation in Florida on April one. The chief financial officer for the State of Florida issued a directive it only applies to state employees and the directive is optional. The state agencies can either choose to follow it or not follow it if they follow it it creates a presumptive causation. A the Florida League of cities which runs a worker's comp insurance trust that covers many cities and counties remember what? The state did only applies to state employees. The League of cities in Florida sent a letter to the state of Florida saying it would apply a presumptive causation rule for covid nineteen for the purposes of workers. Comp claims by first responders. But that's one insurance trust among many and the best of my knowledge. There's nothing going on in the Florida legislature by the way about a table of all this. I guess what I don't have it memorized. Got A table. And we're going to put the table Online on our website. So you'll be able to download it Georgia Hawaii Idaho has not seen anything. Then we get to Illinois in Illinois on April Thirteenth the Illinois Workers Compensation Commission announced an emergency amendment to its rules of evidence. These are the rules as to what's admissible and not admissible in a workers. Compensation hearing and this rule announced that if a first responder or frontline worker was diagnosed with covid nineteen during the state of emergency that it was presumed that the virus was caused by the job so effectively. What it did was to shift the burden of proof to employers to show off the job creation very quickly a group of employers Including the Eleanor Municipal League. So this includes public sector employers challenged the commission's decision. They obtained a temporary restraining order blocking the rules. And the commission has withdrawn the roles There's now a bill that's been introduced in the Illinois legislature about acid now no presumptive causation. Told you I tell you the legal theory that was used in Illinois by the Municipal League and it didn't have anything to do with the authority of the Workers Compensation Commission to announce this rule but rather the process by which it did allstate's have something called an administrative procedures act that require some to certain processes before they make rule changes and the court found here that the administrative procedures act was violated by the enactment of this emergency rule. Now could the state have defended that up the chain of the court system maybe the Municipal League Did what you would expect anybody who is trying to challenge something that is on a statewide basis to do and that is a cherry picked where filed a lawsuit it filed in an extremely conservative county in downstate Illinois reports. Were they got an extremely conservative judge. could they have a could the state? The Workers Compensation Commission have appeal at to the much more workers friendly Illinois Court of Appeals may be but they didn't and so now it's going to come down to what the legislature does Indiana Iowa. Nothing going on no presumptive causation. Kansas interesting story There were bills that were introduced in the Kansas. Legislature or at least being discussed not introduced In the Kansas legislature and then finally on April twentieth the Governor Laura. Kelly said you know what enough is enough? And She Directed the Kansas Department of Labor. Shays the executive for the Department of Labor To develop a regulation that would create a presumption that first responders and healthcare workers contracted Kobe. Nineteen on the job. If they were able to show that they were exposed to the condition. Kentucky we have another governor acting all on his own governor. Andy Bashir on April ninth. Another early adopter here is simply announced an emergency order that removal from work by a physician removal from work obey first responder for Covid nineteen was related to the job. Nothing in Louisiana. Nothing in Maine. Nothing in Maryland Massachusetts. There are bills pending in legislature and The Massachusetts Municipal League has weighed in opposing the legislation. And it's taking the position and I'm quoting. The solution is to require existing health plans to pay for all medical costs and to create fully paid covert nineteen hazard duty leave for all first responders preserving their regular earns sick-leave balances. I find that position to be a mystery for a municipal league to take minutes believes made up of a bunch of cities. And what they're saying here is You know there's two aspects to a worker's comp claim there's the medical costs and then there's the the leave what they do. How do you account for the leave when the employee is away from work and the What the Municipal League is saying is our existing Healthcare Systems. Insidious should pay for the medical costs and the leave that should be something where the legislature mandates fully paid covert nineteen hazards. Duty Leave Which also would be paid by the cities and counties so where are the savings beyond presumptive causation? And if you think it through the savings are in a kind of a deep dark place. Because there's a third element to workers compensation laws and that is if someone is permanently disabled. You can receive benefits for the rest of your life under worker's compensation systems or if you die as a result of an on the job injury or illness Your spouse your family will receive a workers compensation award what the Municipal League is really saying. Here is look. We don't mind picking up the medical costs. We'll do that through our insurance. We don't mind paying for the leave. We'll do that through just normal budgeting for leave but we don't WanNa pay for permanent total disability costs or death benefits Michigan We have a another governor acting unilaterally and she acted very early March Eighteenth Governor Gretchen Whitmer in conjunction with what's known as the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity issued rules creating an ear regrettable presumption that Gobert nineteen was caused by the job. If and there are four possible conditions. The employee is quarantined. Due to cope with nineteen exposure. The employee receives covid Nineteen Diagnosis From a physician Third receives a presumptive positive covid nineteen tasks or not. And you have to meet. All of these receives. A laboratory confirmed Cova nineteen diagnosis. So this is along the lines of what Alaska debt A little bit more detailed. But it's pretty much a conclusive presumption And the best buy knowledge. I don't think what governor Whitmer did did there has been challenged all right next up Minnesota. Another governor acting on April Fourteenth Governor. Tim Walls signed a an executive. I'm sorry this is not a governor acting my mistake This is a legislative action The governor signed a bill It's known as Bill Number. Forty five thirty seven that established a presumptive causation. For emergency first responders and frontline workers unless the employer can prove the infection happened elsewhere. Good luck for the employers on that Mississippi of course no presumptive causation. Missouri You have governor action again governor. Mike Parson issued an executive order that is applicable for the duration of the covid nineteen emergency and it creates a presumptive causation. Brutal that can only be overcome by clear and convincing. Avance so not quite aac conclusive presumption but more than the usual amount of proof is necessary. More than a preponderance of the evidence. This has to be a clear and convincing evidence Montana Nebraska Nevada no legislative action no presumptive conversation New Hampshire There is a a again. A Governor's Action April twenty fourth a prime facial presumption creed governor Christopher Sununu That the a first responders covid nineteen exposure and infection. Were finally related now. This executive order remains in place only for the duration of the declared -mergency and that's somewhat troubling from the employee standpoint. If you think about it right. Isn't it possible that the declared emergency could end So the governor says no more emergency condition Could end before the workers. Compensation claims are being filed for certain employees. Maybe and that might mean that they are out of luck unless there's some sort of cleanup legislation New Jersey. Nothing has happened president of the Senate there announced support for a first responder presumptive causation. But we haven't seen it yet New Mexico and other governor acting The Governor wrote the Workers Compensation Commission on April Thirteenth says Governor Michelle Luhan Grisham And she urged the Commission to afford first responders medical personnel and other employees who worked at covid nineteen specific care centers as well ass and. I'm reading from her order Those whose work brings them into repeated and direct personal contact with those suffering from covid nineteen She ordered the Workers Compensation Commission to treat them as having a presumptive causation. New York Nothing is going on there. Some bills pending in the legislature but no presumptive causation Same thing in North Carolina in Dakota you have a governor taking action the Governor Doug Burgum But really he miss. Well not done much at all Through an executive order on March Twenty Fifth Governor Burgum decreed that there would be workers compensation benefits for first responders who suffer from covid nineteen but only during quarantine and for a maximum of fourteen days. Any other client would require first responders to prove that the infection resulted from a work related exposure So again he really didn't do much at all Ohio Oklahoma Oregon there is no Presumptive causation in any of those states. Pennsylvania look like nothing was going to happen and then on April thirty the legislature Really got its act together Past what's known as act seventeen and that creativity can Conclusive presumption that a enforcement officers. Kobe nineteen was caused by the job. probably firefighters already benefited from a presumptive causation. That's differently written And Governor Tom Wolfe signed that into law immediately. Rhode Island. We have a statement. From the Governor Governor Gina Raimondo announced that first responders who get Corona virus can now be eligible for workers compensation. But I can't find it. An executive order has been issued and there's no legislation that is pending South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee. Nothing going on an any of those states Texas Governor Greg Abbott suspended on March thirty two sections of the Texas Labor Code during the pandemic essentially creating a conclusive presumption for first responders who were seeking medical reimbursements during the pandemic so again just medical costs not Any sort of disability costs or death benefits or anything like that so it's a partial presumptive conversation By the way I've reached out to several lawyers that I'm friends with and Texas and ask them cannot governor suspend statutes the Texas Labor Code and their answer is probably under Texas The emergency laws in Texas UTAH On April thirteenth the legislature approved house. Bill three thousand seven that established a presumptive causation. Vermont already had presumptive causation. In the law. Only for firefighters it's from any infectious conditions No attempt to expand that to other first responders Virginia no presumptive causation Washington. Another governor has announced this as Governor. Jay inslee announced an emergency rule that the State Department of Labor and Industries will pay wage loss and medical treatment expenses for first responders who are quarantined or who Contract COVID nineteen after being exposed on the job. West Virginia no legislative action and on April Fifteenth and Wisconsin Governor. Tony Evers signed assembly bill. Ten thirty eight a cove nineteen presumption however because of last minute amendments You may remember in Wisconsin. You've got this situation where you have a democratic governor and a Republican legislature. And they don't get along very well so The what happened was governor evers was supporting a broad presumptive causation The legislature in some last minute amendments to and Omnibus covid Nineteen Bill said Yeah Kinda SORTA GONNA have presumptive causation. But the has to prove that they had contact with an individual who tested positive for covid. Nineteen in order to benefit from the presumption The police unions in particular in Wisconsin. Got Very very angry about that and condemned what it was. The legislature did Governor adverts announced support for corrective legislation but the legislature isn't scheduled to meet for the remainder of the year and then lastly we're on state number fifty. Thank Heavens or state number fifty and it is a most recent state to at on May Seventeenth. The legislature passed a bill. One thousand two that provides that first responders Have sort of a limited presumption and it is the presumption that the risk of contracting covid nineteen was increased by the nature of their employment. So if you're counting and some of you are we have ten. Executive orders signed by governors that establish a real live presumptive causation. No I'm not counting North Dakota so we have ten of those And on your scorecard Two of them came from Republican. Governors eight of them came from Democratic Governors in terms of the States. That have Where the legislatures have enacted presumptive causes Asian Those are roughly evenly split between Republican dominated states and democratic dominated states. Next off what is going on with hazardous duty pay. Well it's on a real catches catch Kellyanne basis. There's I it seems like there's no overwhelming movement around the country towards hazardous duty and you've seen a lot of debates in legislatures about. Should we do this? There doesn't seem to be that much of an opposition to doing it for first responders but then people get into the issue of drawing lines. If you'RE GONNA do it for first responders Shouldn't you have to do it for healthcare workers and if you are going to do it for healthcare workers what about the other people that are compelled to work. What about those people for example in a meat processing facilities should they get hazardous duty pay and if chart talking about all of those folks Doesn't get incredibly expensive and I think that's what's been going on in legislatures You do see a hundred eight jurisdiction by jurisdiction basis but I do not know of a state where it has been adopted on a statewide basis and if it is adopted it'll be interesting to see. What the funding mechanism is whether or not it's going to be funded by the state government that mandates it or whether cities and counties will be obligated to fund it on their own The federal government is thinking about it. you may have seen that we're now up to our. Fifth Corona virus relief. Act For half past. The fifth is pending in Congress. Right now it has passed the House of Representatives and it would create what's labeled as a Heroes Fund and the Heroes Fund would do essentially two things first of all it would provide a pandemic premium pay increase for central frontline workers and that would include First responders how much thirteen dollars an hour from the start of the emergency. So we'll be retroactive through December. Thirty one of twenty twenty and secondly it would create a fifteen thousand dollar recruitment incentive for health and home care workers first responders who hire onto the job to try to In the words of the Democratic National Committee that came up with us To ATTRACT INSECURE. The workforce needed to fight the public health crisis. So this past the House on May Fifteenth. it now goes over to the Senate you may have noticed that the house and the Senate Aren't playing well together And in particular the leaders of those two. Nancy Pelosi in the house. Mitch McConnell and the Senate Don't seem to play well together Mitch. Mcconnell refused to bring the Senate back into session before Memorial Day to address this bill that the House passed the the Fifth Corona Virus Relief Act that would contain the Heroes Fund. And Right. Now we don't know the status of this bill Nor the notion of heroes fonder whatever it is called on the federal level. We won't know it until I think The Senate comes back into session whenever Speaker that speaker. Excuse me Senator. Set Be Senate president. O'connell calls them back into session so on Hazard Duty Pay. We have a great big. What if the same thing I think is true with respect to as to What's going on around the country? Were saying very very few settlements Normally this time of year when we have the July one fiscal year that many cities and counties around approaching we'd be seeing reports of multiple public safety wage settlements around the country every day The and we set up for a news. Trawlers searches where we try to Come up with newspaper articles that detail settlements and normally we might be saying three to five maybe even as many as ten settlements day come in in this time of the year and now we're going days without seeing any sign of a settlement and from what I hear from talking with people on both sides of the table Employers are just way too jittery right now to be seriously thinking about settling long term contracts. There are some exceptions But most employers are thinking you know look. We can't settle anything as to what's going to happen immediately. don't even think about talking to us about a year or two or three Because it's just simply unpredictable. We don't know how serious and how permanent the holes in our revenue structures are going to be where we are seeing settlements. I have to say that probably the predominant form of a settlement is a modified rollover or extension. So what do I mean by that So let's say you've got a contract that is due to expire not in twenty twenty but June thirty twenty twenty one and so you have a a wage increase that would be coming on July one pre negotiated wage increase. Say It's a five percent wage. Increase what we are seeing our or the unions and the employers agreeing to one of two variations on the same theme variation number. One doesn't extend the contract but it moves that wage increase from July. One Up Twenty Twenty to some point in twenty twenty one And it could be. The last day of the fiscal year could be June. Thirty twenty twenty one so it rolls up into the base for the next year it could be January one twenty twenty one. I've seen one contract where the parties are obligated to meet and confer once a quarter Starting July one nine hundred twenty s to win that race is going to be implemented. They'll take a look at the budget on each occasion. So that's one version and that is you. You simply move that wage increase so doesn't have the immediate impact on the employer. The second version. Is You do the same thing. Only you extend the contract for one year and instead of moving that wage increase into the fiscal year. Two Thousand Nineteen Two thousand twenty. You move it into the fiscal year Of Excuse me instead of moving it from fiscal year. Twenty twenty two twenty twenty one. You move it to fiscal year. Twenty twenty one to twenty twenty two so that would mean that instead of that wage increase being day July one twenty twenty might come into effect. July one twenty twenty one or January. One twenty twenty two and so the theme of all of this is the same. Let's put off the cost as much as we can without disturbing the essential benefit of the bargain. And again if I had to pick a predominant way you see these settlements that would be it. There are some where you see just you know some flat outrage in graces. There some where you see. Some wage freezes. Haven't seen wage reduction yet. I've seen a lot of talk about them. But I haven't seen one. But when I talk about something being predominant keep in mind. We don't have a rich data set yet because not that many people are are actually negotiating contracts right now all right last thing I want to talk about. Is this law enforcement. Issue of whether or not officers have the discretion or the right to not enforce aspects of a lockdown policy that is decreed by the legislature We get calls in our office From our clients asking questions about that. my my partner. My Law partner and Neil Curry is actually had to be on the phone with individual officers trying to convince them that they have an obligation to enforce these lockdown orders if their employers are saying you have obligation to enforce these lockdown orders and yet it's this the message does not seem to be getting across nationally. I just reading news article yesterday from a television station in Columbus Ohio Columbus big city. You know almost I think maybe even more than a million people's big city and the Union and Columbus the Police Union the fraternal order of police is has publicly expressed a concern about officers complying with certain aspects of lockdown orders. And so I know I talked about this before but I want to be very specific about at this time and actually give you a little bit from a controlling case on the whole issue cam officers. Say No I'm not going to enforce those laws because I don't think they're constitutional and the answer to me is absolutely no. They cannot while they can say that. But if their employer says you are ordered to enforce these laws and the officer says I am not going to do so that's insubordination. And that is a potential termination offense though rule. Is that police officers law enforcement officers in this country. Don't get to decide the constitutionality of laws whether those laws are statutes or whether those laws are executive orders. They don't get to decide that. That is the province of the courts and officers. Act at their risk. If they make the decision to either enforce or not enforce a law because of their personal beliefs and that risk is a serious risk. It's the risk of losing your job because of the offense of insubordination. So why am I so strident about this? Why why do I think this is such a big deal? And the reason I think it's a big deal is I really worried that we are going to lose some very good police officers to the mistaken belief that they can make individual judgments as to whether or not to enforce certain laws What are the cases? Say about all that and I don't want to be in the position where you think. I'm just coming up with us off the top of my head while we don't have any need lockdown Order cases because of course. We've never had a lockdown order like this. This is relatively on precedent but we do have some religion cases and I think we could probably all agree that a bona fide fervently held religious belief is clearly constitutionally protected by the First Amendment First Amendment's guarantee of freedom of religion and that that constitutional protection is going to be higher constitutional protection than an officer thinking. You Know I. I don't believe the constitution allows for a lockdown order that religious belief is clearly articulated as entitled to protection under the First Amendment. Were that general political belief. I don't have to enforce APP because at rules unconstitutional. That's not s clearly protected. And the reason I make that point is because these religious religion cases I think show you the packs. The high point of an officer being able to say I'm not going to enforce that law and you know what that high point doesn't exist so Le Let me talk about three cases here okay The first one involved a state trooper who Refused and assignment to investigate crimes at a casino. This is one of these river casinos. That is out there and It's a case if I recall correctly that came out of Illinois. One of those riverboat casinos. Why did the trooper not want to take this assignment to investigate crimes at the casino because he thought that would involve the facilitation of gambling and that violated his religious beliefs the employers? That were not going to accommodate your request to get a different assignment or ordering you to work that casino detail. The trooper refused and was fired and the trooper then brought a religious discrimination suit and that case went up to a Federal Court of appeals the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Which somewhat argue and I would be on that list Maybe the best federal court in the country has been for many years because of the quality of the judges on the court leans conservative leading pro employer on labor cases But there is no assailing the relative genius of some of those judges on court. The likes of Frank Easterbrook and the now retired Richard Posner. Anyway I could go on for a long time and boy. I'll tell you those guys and Gals can write best written of federal court opinions in the country come out of the seventh circuit. So what are the semi circuit? Do with this troopers case. It upheld the troopers discharge and I want to read you. Three or four sentences out of the court's opinion That will give you a flavor for what the courts logic was and I'm quoting. Many officers have religious scruples about particular activities. Give just a few examples. Baptists oppose liquor as well as gambling. Roman Catholics oppose abortion. Jews and Muslims oppose the consumption of pork and a few faiths include hallucinogenic drugs in their worship. And thus oppose legal prohibitions of those drugs if trooper is right all of these faiths and more must be accommodated by assigning believers to duties compatible with their principles. Does the law require the state police to assign UNITARIANS TO GUARD THE ABORTION CLINIC? Catholics to prevent that's from liquor stores and Baptists to investigate claims that supermarkets bacon shellfish must prostitutes be left exposed to slavery or murder at the hands of pimps because protecting them from crime would encourage them to ply their trade and dowse offend almost every religious faith. I told you the seventh circuit can right right so you see the principal here. We can't have law enforcement officers picking and choosing which laws they are going to enforce. That's simply not our system. Second case was a very similar one. this is one involving an FBI agent who claimed a realtor a write on religious grounds To not work any assignment concerning non-violent opposition to military activities and the court said you don't get to pick what Your assignments are based upon your religion. And now let's go back for the third case let's go back to the seventh circuit And this is a police officer. Roman Catholic Kogyo police officer who refused to protect abortion clinics. Now this is not The majority opinion the majority opinion in the case Upheld the discipline of the police officer. This is what's known as concurring opinion and a concurring opinion. I know the lawyers here. We'll now but it may be a bit of a mystery To non-lawyers a current concurring opinion means the judge agrees with the disposition of the case Disagrees with the bottom line. Who Won. Who Lost but in the concurring opinion? The judge may say in addition to everything. They said I got this to say or may say I agree with the bottom line but all of their logic is wrong in this is the way it should have come out. So that's what a concurring opinions. A dissenting opinion is one where the judge says. I disagree with the bottom line as to how it came out and sometimes of course you can have a judges who right opinions concurring in part and dissenting in part and it gets dizzying at times. But I love the concurring opinion in this case because of the way it echoes. The Can Miss Wayne comments of the Senate circuit? I'm quoting public protector. Such as police and firefighters must be neutral in providing their services. The public knows that it's protectors have a private agenda. Everyone does but it would like to thank that. They leave that agenda at home. When they are on duty they would like to thank. The Jewish policemen protect Neo Nazi demonstrators that Roman Catholic policemen protect abortion clinics. That black Muslim policemen protect Christians and Jews. The fundamentalist Christian policemen protect noisy atheists and white hating Rastafarians that Mormon policemen protect scientologists and that Greek Orthodox policemen of Serbian ethnicity protect Roman Catholic Croats. We judges certainly WanNa thank you. S marshals protect US chrome assaults and threats without regard to whether for example we vote for or against the pro-life position in abortion cases. So these courts all saying the same thing and there's other opinions. I just wanted to focus on those three. They're saying long enforcement employees. Don't get to choose which laws they are going to enforce if their employers ordered them to enforce the law. They've got to do it. And it is up to court to hold that a particular law is illegal. The last thing I want to do is I want to venture into an area that I know. Virtually nothing about And those who've known me for a while no that that's virtually no restraint at all and I want to talk about whether or not these lockdown orders are legal. Know kind of the underlying principle. So if you can't convince an employee if got to comply with the employers order and your individual political beliefs on this don't matter if you can't convince them of that maybe you can convince them that. The lockdown orders are legal because there is Supreme Court Law that goes back more than two hundred years establishing that these sorts of orders are legal. I'm going to focus on only one case. it's a hundred years old and it's a case involving the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and And what the Commonwealth was doing was requiring vaccination. This was a mandatory vaccination law now again if like with the religious cases if you think about it mandatory vaccination that's going to be kind of at a higher level of protection than would be simply complying with a lockdown order or being forced to wear a mask few being forced to take medicine You're going to have more rights their right then. You would be if you were being told. Luck can't go out to your local Bar Or you have to stay home unless you have certain reasons for staying home. I think we can all agree that that compelled medical treatment is going to have a high level of protection and the Supreme Court in this case. And we'll post it On our websites case called Jacobson versus Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Supreme Court held that the mandatory vaccination laws were constitutional. And I'm going to read you about four or five sentences here From the court's majority opinion this was written by one of our longest. Serving Supreme Court judges the first Justice John Harlan. And here's what he had to say. The Liberty secured by the Constitution of the United States to every person within his jurisdiction does not import an absolute right in each person to be at all times. And in all circumstances holy freed firm restraint there are manifold restraints to which every person is necessarily subject for the common good on any other basis organized. Society could not exist with safety to its members society based on the rule that each one is a law unto himself would soon be confronted with this order and anarchy real liberty for all could not exist under the operation of a principal principal which recognizes the right of each individual person to use his own whether in respect of his person or his property regardless of the injury that may be done to others and he went on and on the opinions back then by the way a hundred years ago. We're about Oh I don't know ten to twenty percent as long as the opinions are today and so when I say he went on and on it's relative serve pretty short opinion and the Supreme Court has said that on multiple occasions center. You know if you think about it isn't that at the heart of The Japanese Internment Litigation when Japanese Americans were in turned in the early nineteen forties? They were basically taken out of their homes their property either confiscated or left for You know to be picked apart by vandals and they were placed in an Internment Facility Aka a prison and they had committed no crime and done nothing wrong and the Supreme Court in a case called. Komatsu upheld that now there's been alive of subsequent criticism of the Koru Matsu case And that is a pretty. That's more than the lockdown right. That's taken you and locking you up instead of the lacking you down in your own house At any rate bottom line here. These lockdown orders are almost certainly constitutional and even if they weren't police officers would be acting at the risk of their jobs if they did not enforce those laws and rules in the absence of a court holding them unconstitutional. Okay that's it for our latest Kobe. Nineteen podcast may it be our last right hopefully The trend that we are on is a positive trend hoping the a hopefully the easing the lockdown regulations doesn't give us a spike in covid nineteen and hopefully by the end of the summer. Were back to somewhat normal. Hey all of you out there stay well this is well aitchison signing off.

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5/11/20 UW Doctor challenges CDC guidelines.

The Mark Belling Show

2:16:26 hr | 9 months ago

5/11/20 UW Doctor challenges CDC guidelines.

"I think. while. There's going to be a couple of other stories that have a move into not particularly related. The COVID SEWRI on today's program. There are two kind of. Overarching themes. That I see underlying a lot of the segments. And the Kovic slash economic meltdown restriction of our rights, etc, story. And as you've noticed for better than a year, now I have been, but I put together the programs try to look and see if there is like a thread that links several of the topics together. There isn't always, but it's kind of candy. How often there is! and. The two themes are. How we have as a society, particularly from the media and the establishment, really as a society. How we have ben throughout this so. Unquestioning. Not only do as you're told. But whatever a theory was thrown out with regard to the virus. What's going to happen the automatic acceptance that they have to be right? Now. Were a few months into this. And we know that they the ones that they have to be right. In fact have been wrong. I've almost everything. Almost everything that has been done by the they. Has Been Mistake. And some people are now beginning to question this. Let's be honest. Hardly anybody question any of it at the beginning because the assumption is they. Know what they're doing. They must know. Why. Well. I think the reason that we give this kind of blind faith. Is that when you get into an area where? People don't feel they know much themselves. They are likelier to give tremendous reliance on the guidance of experts. At example of the contrary. where? People, don't pay much attention to all the guidance and the experts because we think we know just as much as them would be sports. Certain. Three football team runs the ball. They don't get the first time all events. Dope it. and. Probably had an opinion before they called the play. Of Us. Feel! We're just as smart as couches, so we're willing to question. But when it comes still. Something like this. We feel as though we lack any knowledge. Base it all so therefore we have to listen to and not quest. The experts. The thing about experts. Not a single of misguide. And many of them. Are really the experts that cracked up to be. Let me give you an example. I like to use examples to illustrate by points. I learned this. You know who I learned this from. No. When not yeah you know and then he immediately that comes up with an answer. So. For what I actually I learned some things him, but not this. Using examples to make a point with sixteen levels above. Where of were jacks? Iq ever ever ever got to. He was much more at the. Wasn't a lot of subtlety in his Shiming for crying out loud. The guys miss at an nicely calls himself when I jack on a lot of. Deep Thinking on his program in there. Given that guy more attention to the last week. Now that he's gotten, he's dead. I think. I do that to everybody that. I haven't heard from twenty and twenty years I just assume they're dead. Every and you see an actor on TV's wow. He's not dead. No I. See him every now and then. No. Jerry steelers all on there all the time. He just POPs up forever. He's one of those every. Will you stop it? You elite load? Using examples to illustrate a point is effective way of communicating and I'm guessing the teachers who are good I mean the ones that are already gone. The teachers that are good use that in their approach. All the time I don't I was GONNA say buzzy admitted as a joke. If you read the Bible the stories of Jesus, he's always talking through it, allergies and parables. He never gets exactly to the point in terms of spelling out. You have to do this, and then you go to heaven I mean occasionally. It gets that blunt, but he'll occasionally used example to make you think through and I like to do that. Until you right out of todd. Back let me use it this way. When you think of a criminal trial in fact I've got a good one here. The first case. Against O. J. Simpson the one that he was acquitted. Not The second trial, the civil trial, and not the thing in Las Vegas with the break in, and they beat the guy up and all that, but no the first trial. The district attorney in Los Angeles County at the time. who was the father of the current mayor I think? I throw these things out there. I'm not a hundred percent sure so I i. think but I'm I'm pretty sure I write you. Could fact check out there? That bothered Paul with the answer Paul of Future. Give try to even tell me what the people say. Oh, smack in the face of their can't threatened physical violence against. You're never actually hit, you have. been so I've hit anybody. you know that the your those places where you can just go and punch the punching bag? That probably would be a fun thing to do right now. You know those gyms where they don't have boxers. Don't WanNa hit other people anymore because they're also whissy. We just go hit the heavy bag. I do that for three minutes and probably have either have another stroke. Get all tired out to say. This is boring. Catch you go back to like when you're a kid and you box. I bet the kids though not do that anymore, do they? Nothing I mean. I backed by brother. He's yeah, what what's gloves? Boxing gloves that's just the kids did. I stood half years older than he was a great deal for me. But OJ case. Yoga said he was. That is the attorney and obviously he knew that this is going to be the hot one of the highest profile cases his office ever seen. He pulled out. The best prosecutor thought he added his office in Marcia Clark. The original person who what are they? What do they call the assist than chair tour whatever or second share? He ended up having a heart attractive to trial and the ended up. Bringing in the guy who turned out to be at over his head, and pretty much screwed everything up. Nonetheless. Marcia Clark was chosen for that role because she essentially was the best prosecutor in Guild Garcetti's office. Who was the the guy who was installed as the second chair of the case? Name is coveted me. I could visualize yet. African American younger, thirty, five or so. You don't remember this. Christopher DART! But I've been Marcia Clark was re- regarded as one of the best prosecutors, if not the best prosecutor in the state of California, she was highly regarded and done a number trials number of major cases. That's like I said he gave the case. And what you're all thinking. What does this have to do with covered ninety? Illustrating. So I guess you could say. That when it comes to prosecute major cases in California, she was the real expert, right. Highest strict again. Except here's the thing. OJ And a lot of money. Who the F over at the other table! He had the train team. Robert Shapiro who is probably the best known defense attorney in La at the time. It up. Brings Johnny Cochran? Who might have been battling it out with Robert Shapiro for the best defense attorney of Los Angeles? Good enough, he brings her. She would suffer from Harvard. Guys on TV all the time. He's still on TV all the time. That's not good enough. DIG, up. Probably the most famous lawyer there was still enough. He brings it. What's his name? Shake the DNA expert. How the healthcare dash, it ever got involved of that. I don't know because had he had? OJ He was Kardashian results as Fred had he got hired. Acid think we would have had to put up with any of these other Kardashians at all. That's what put them on the map that you agree with that. Because, that's the put the wife at the back of the wife. Would you know what she got the instant fame? I figured out I know how I could make self famous. There's only so much I can do. I gotTA. I'll turn my daughter's into something and Lo, and behold she did. I mean face it when it comes to just embedding fame. What's the name ended up marrying Bruce Jenner and ruining his life and turning them into a woman, or whatever I'll happily of IBE, anyway. Let me get back to my point. Time is a wasting and the reason it's wasting is I wish they get? The dream himself around the other side. This is my point about expert. It's probably true that Marcia. Clark Bay a bed. What are the best prosecutors are maybe the prosecutor in the state of California, but who prosecutes cases, government civil servants. The really really really really really good lawyers. Don't work as prosecutors think out into the private sector, get hired, defend people like OJ and become multimillionaires extremely rich people. Robert Shapiro probably made in a given year. A multiple of Betty. Times more than Marcia Clark made. Do the for Johnny Cochran did it. Did it for F Lee Bailey? The point I make is often. We accord to the position of experts. People who have been sitting in government positions their entire lives, whereas there may be a lot of people, the fields that they are in that are way better, but don't have that high Falutin government title over their head. Do. You really think for example Andrea Palm. Who used to work for Hillary Clinton And is not an MD.. She has a masters and as a democratic political hack. Do you really think she knows more about public? Health? But some of the people in Corporate America. Who are involved in major drug research, medical research corporate planning strategizing and sell one. If Anthony, FAUCI was that great of a doctor. He wouldn't be Anthony FAUCI. Now it's true. That when you take over agencies that arms of the government, you can make a lot of money. Doing work on the side is Fao Chee has but still. The point that I make with regard to experts. When it is. Determined the you're an expert, only because you were given a certain jogging government. Dubious to say that that person must somehow no more then everybody else who works in that field? Of all. The terribly idiotic decisions that were made by experts. The biggest idiot of all was Neil Ferguson. Many people have been asking very good questions now, although still not many from Armenia. Why out of all the people who create models that what's going to happen? To be all listen to deal Fergus, the guy who did the imperial college model. Two point two million Americans died. So he said. He had a keeling over right and left Britain according to his model. And everybody reacted anybody who would like question like say a goof flake. Bay Auto Utah. You're a talk. Show hosted Milwaukee true. That's all they am. And, he's the L. Ferguson. Who the hell is the Ferguson? Why is his bottle? The only one we're supposed to look at? Everybody who dares raise that question is considered to be like the body equivalent of what the know nothings a flatter. Paula besides. Not Questioning not challenging. The thing that's made it worse. And I've been commenting on this incessantly I I'm a broken record added I admit, but since hardly anybody else's brig ended up I. Think it only is getting it out there to the proper about. It's one thing to automatically except in genuflected worship at the altar of the so-called scientific experts, even though Cherry picking out, and giving only a handful of them the ability to be these experts. In the beginning. I don't know anything. Neil Ferguson. He's an expert. He must be an expert because he's the expert. Anthony She's GONNA rely. And I'm not. Just a welder. Or just. About head like Tony vers. So we have to listen to these acts. Okay. I'll gray. But once it turned out that once the evidence started to get overwhelming that these experts were way way way. Way Way wrong. Why were we still set up? That's the point I keep asking. And that's the theme that I was mentioning for the program here the unwillingness to challenge. At really any level. And if you do, you are turned on. Now as you know, I've been writing. The Butts of Republican legislators in Wisconsin and I've really been the they. They just want a swat. Be Away with a flyswatter right now. I get that. Wondering why they themselves have been sold. WORC- and accepting of this practice. The government should be making these decisions about what we're supposed to do when there's a bug going around. But. While I'm writing good butts a little bit. The reality is is that what any of them publicly sticks their neck out there at all and challenges any of these edicts. They are annihilated in the media and by many others. I won't name a name here because. I. Don't want to encourage more people to do it to this particular person, but there's. Not Narrowing this down at all, there's quite a few. Republicans have right here in Wisconsin over the last several days ago. I could tell you that what of them? Head a bag of. I. Don't know what kind of crap, but it was edible crap. They Act. It might not add benefit humid for Orlando. Crap said to them to their whole. This is what happens. And there as I say, they're about a handful of Republican, said have challenged some of this. And this is one of them and I'm not going to narrow it down because I. don't want him with courage. More people do it. But, that's what's happened to anyone. WHO's dared challenge any of these things. Laura Ingram got a story in the new. York Times. For touting. Hydroxy, Clark, how terribly irresponsible! This is for her to wear dodd yet we now say. That thousands of doctors contained you to use it across. The United States believed that they're getting a positive response from it. But just for questioning it. Paul says that the person involved here. Actually posted on his social media was the speaker Robert Boss La Sharon if he outed himself. She's got me riding on the one hand for being way too WORC- this it on the other hand. He's getting, but this is as I. Say if you challenge Eddie of this at all, they will go after. Just for asking questions, raising point breaking from whatever this priests apparently ordained small group of experts that are the only people that could weigh in on this at all. I'll get frustrated occasionally with sports fads. Who say when they you know? The team hires coach of the say. We'll give them a chance. Give them a chance, so he does something I don't agree with. I'm to say I don't agree with it I'm not GonNa say we'll give a guy a chance at not criticize the first two years that he's in there. Presumably I've you know I've been hired to express my opinion things? If, I, have an opinion, I'm not gonNA. Keep. My mouth shut because I think some dopey coach. You know he's the coach. At who are you to say? Now! People get over that real quickly. If the coach has losing record, but I'll tell you if the coach is a long track record of success or general manager is a long track record of making good decisions, so we will say well. You gotta give them the benefit out. Okay, fair enough. I- perplexed as to why ballot check didn't draft a quarterback. I was convinced he was going to draft a quarterback. I can't figure out what the hell he's doing over there. But you can say you gotta get a benefit of Delta. Guy Seems to be something Jj okay. I see that point. What's the rationale forgiving Tony Iverson Andrea. The benefit of the doubt. For that matter foul Neil Ferguson. I heard some of these people couldn't get a coin. Flip right if he gave them to gases. This lack of challenging. There is a story that I'm going to get to shortly. That I think is quite fascinating. Some people have no choice but to ignore the experts. And that's offered where the best innovation really anywhere in life comes from. Many of the doctors that are on the front lines treating. Patients patients that come in with Cova. You've got a virus. That's brand new. And you've been given the call a guidance from the officials. That's the best way to go, but that's just a guess. It's just the guest. It's a brand new virus. It's not like a person presents with a blocked artery certain G, you choose among a number of options. This virus brand new head on what's GONNA work at it? You know you don't have a cure. You'RE GONNA try to treat it. You're going to try to do what you can deduct out. You try to build up the persons of union system, but all you have is a little bit of guidance, but you gotta figure it out because here. This guy is Ed within twelve hours. He seems to be dying. You don't have time to do. What of these namby-pamby is out? There will tell me what to do. All these millennials in the workforce. Will. You didn't tell me. How do you didn't tell me what to do? How about? Trying to figure it out. And make some decisions and be accountable for it. Sooner the ramifications of all this group learning that we've been doing in the schools for the last twenty years. We ought to power. Eddie wanted to actually start thinking and making decisions. And maybe that's why we've had this thing I cope. With one thousand nine hundred three experts say there's okay. Everybody's got to go along with the a log with gotta go along with it yet. The smartest people and I throw it yesterday. The smartest people are the ones who decided not to go along with something. You know what gamut there's a better way to do this. I'm going to move this story in terms of where I was going to do it because. It fits. I'm trying to explain this. Says I. Say you got all these people? That are coming in and while. As, I've been. Commenting now for two months the overall Cova. Numbers are not particularly high in terms of percentage of the population. They are particularly high in terms of the number of people that are going into emergency rooms, especially in certain areas of the United States a bunch more combat I mean. Nothing's overwhelmed ready. You got these people that are coming in with this thing and. Yet, these doctors you try to figure it out. There was a TV show that was I. don't know fifteen years ago, vitamin less. I think the name was house, but I might be bride. It's about a guy who. That was. Yeah I actually didn't hardly ever watch the show, but I know that his they. The shows go off and decide issues, but. The point of the show was he would figure out what a person had and how to treat some mysterious odd kind of big. Eddie would think outside the box into it. What. What do you have a question and try to get people to figure it out, and so he goes to the process. Figure this out. Figure this fitness. I figured this out figure. That's what with no time to spare. We've had going out and medicine. And what are the things that happens during this? And it helps now that there's an internet and you don't have to wait for a magazine to come out once every week. Is these doctors real time are publishing their findings and other doctors. Go to read it. See what's working see. What does it work? The old days they used to say. Read the literature other. Literally reading online reading with some guy just did a day earlier. I say guy obviously doctors. Edward Finding. That some of the biggest names that are out there doing this and this story. Just it's just not being covered. I do a pretty much. The opposite of what foul and all these other experts are telling him go. One of them. Is Madison. He's got. He's on the Faculty of the University of Wisconsin Medical School. And he's the critical care critical care director. In, one of the units at university hospitals of Madison. He even testified before the United States Senate last week. He and a handful of other doctors. Have put together their own protocol for treating patients who come in. With covid nineteen, His name is Pierre Corey. Corey has been arguing. That the guidance on how to deal with Calvin from the World Health, organization, and the Centers for Disease Control. Has Been Totally Rod. And he's basic this on. What he and other doctor said they're doing in real world tied. The first thing he says is. Don't innovate. Wow. We're told from the beginning. We gotTA. Start Bill O., where we're going to run out of Adelaide. Is He got to get? Battling gotta get better late. Is it gotta get ventilate? GotTa get ventilators? We've got an event as we need to build battle. That is where the ventilators. What are the reasons why we've run? Short ventilators anywhere is it started to dawn on a lot of these doctors? That ventilation is not the right way to go. Dr Corey Madison says. Innovation is not the preferred approach in fact. It should only be done as a last resort. His belief and he's. He testified to this and. I'll tell you how you can find this evidence. How could I get this idea this? Unless I forgot to do it, did I? Do they give you both of these? What. There's too though. I got to think that through. we have what up. That's right. Dr Corey. Says that when patients come in with call did? You gotTa Wop of right away from the get-go. Your best chance of getting a result is to be extremely aggressive at the beginning. The Guidance and the World Health Organization. was to assist their breeding breathing. And be patient and monitor and see how they develop. Of course, that's right. And he's come up with. A log with a handful of other physicians. A, treatment protocol that where the person is in their stage of the virus. And it's being used in a number of. Medical facilities around the United States. As, I said this approach didn't exist. Before covid Nike came up. Because covid nineteen didn't come up until now. And, it was based and the approach that he's coming up with is based on. Bucking up your immune system to fight it off. And according to his testimony that he presented in front of the United States Senate. which was scantly covered? scantly, a word barely covered. Hardly got covered at all highly dominate. Sad. Number of ways I joke about the last translation. But then I get, people battery, silent joke. He also says the problem with this virus. Is that it causes inflammation. He says the people that are getting really sick. are, getting really sick because of inflammation. which is caused by the virus? That! You shouldn't focus on. The virus should be focusing on. Don't let this inflammation. Inflammation is a problem in general in the human body. I made its. We have anti inflammatories for all sorts of things it it. Inflammation causes pain, inflammation inflammation just bad. Any number of. Is Inflamed. It's inflamed. It's inflamed. It's inflamed. It's inflamed. It's inflamed. It's inflamed. His belief is? The reason some people turn sour after getting company is. They, have inflammation in the body caused by the virus that it's the inflammation that spurs them up especially if they already had compromised lungs or other pre existing conditions in advance. So his approach according to his testimony, simplifying here but I read this. Is To attack the inflammation. Go after it really hard early odd. And even prescribes a medical regiment. I. Your this at. This speaks to the ingenuity. Of the American mind. It, also the willingness to think outside the box. Now, before I tell you what his veggies. A side story that I wanna get to here because it relates to my overall larger point here, we have to be willing. I'm not saying you ignore advice. Ignore experience. Don't listen to any experts. But what someone appears to be Ryan? You've got to be willing to challenge it. If something doesn't make any sense, you've got to be open to new ideas and we just haven't done this and the media doesn't do at all. They challenge trump on everything but. I'm still waiting. For somebody to start grilling voucher and say. Why did you fall for Ferguson? Steg? And by the way let's start talking about all those consultancies. You have big firemen pharmaceutical companies. The point. Dr Corey Aches. And it's reflected what the treatment regimen is. Many of these experts at the highest levels of a lot of the agencies like the World Health Organization. We'll talk at his ation centers for disease, control. They're funded. The CDC is funded by government, but they also get grads. We'll l.. Health Organization is funded by governments. They also get grants and people like pouch who go and work for these organizations. They have a government salary, and they also get grads well. Who Do you think give grants? Generally. Somebody that's got an agenda. Bill Gates Begged Brad Maker. And, so are some of the pharmaceutical companies then hire people like Pouch e consultants. So if that's where your bread is buttered. You'RE GONNA have a biased toward new medications that come for the big pharmaceuticals. I've been noticing in this whole debate here. Should be with her attracts, Clark, remnants different. Decipher whatever it is the driver's name, I can't pronounce the new from Jillian. In fact, there may be a place for both. Clark however is almost free. It's been around forever and it's really really cheap. Nobody gets any money off of using yet office Selah get. But some big New Miracle Cure some company that comes up with a vaccine. They're gonNA make a fortune, and some people have a bias, therefore toward looking for the new Miracle Drug, the new silver bullet the new backsied the whether it's GonNa make somebody rich well. Maybe that's the best way to go. Maybe that is the best treatment. Maybe have anything now that works. Maybe we do. But nobody's going to get rich off of some of those. So what do you think Dr Corey out there in Madison end? The others that are following his lead. What do you think? They're giving people at the first sight of the COVID. which would. Put that up on my thing, little weird word. He gives a vitamin C. He gives them vitamin C.. Say. Why that? Extremely exotic drug that's in deep development of the pharmacy vitamin C. It's been around forever. It's that only gives them. But it's a major part of the regimen. In addition to the vitamin C. he gives you prednisone code I swear. PREDNISONE has been around since Ben Franklin Prince around since I've been a kid who the hell has it better prejudice owed at one point or another? It's a corticosteroid or stare I. Don't know if it's a corticosteroid vegetarian. It's an anti inflammatory is one of the things that does. that he throws it a decent about a vitamin D. There is some evidence that in some of the nation's where. covid hit the hardest. Those nations that are vitamin D deficient. Vitamin D. This a couple of other things that are mentioned it is protocol. That's it. But hit him hard with a mega dose of it, and the specific amounts for any doctors that are interested is in the literature that he has it. Any references this in. The presentation. He gave to the United States Senate, Not What are the basic facilities? That's using this registered. Put together a protocol, five different stages of the virus had how you treated differently. Depending on how bad the person is that has it in other words want of harder again with more serious medication the worst the person actually appears to be in the worst that their symptoms actually are. And it mentions when you get. Till the level of doing integration, there's a medical facility in Virginia. That's using this math plus. That's the term using it using this approach the covid nineteen. It has all of these different patients prophylaxis, which is preventative. Symptomatic patients who are at home, not serious enough of the Nixon mildly symptomatic patients. They'd be on the floor of the hospital, but not yet in the ICU, and it gets a little bit stronger each time through. Yves Ems Eastern. Virginia, medical system their critical care, covid nineteen management plaid which I've read. SAYS THAT FOR PRIETA? Prophylaxis as a preventative and mitigation against cope in nineteen, the early stages, vitamin, C. Zinc, Melatonin and d three. By all that stuff at Walgreens. For patients who have symptoms, but not added still at home, vitamin C. Zank Melatonin d three. And that is an option had rocks Clark. And two other medications here that I'm not familiar with in either. Mexican and something called Asa. Then for mildly symptomatic patients at the hospital. They step it up. They still have the vitamin C.. The Dank sank mentor John Vitamin D an AXA Piran. Practice Own Feminine I. Don't what it is. Then Hydroxy Clark and a couple of others, and it goes on, and it gets difference differ depending on. How more advanced. Idiots now I've linked up this Senate. Testimony of the Madison Doctor. And put it up on belling dot com for those of you who want to have his layman's explanation as he explained to the United States where he's coming from. On all of this. Now is the approach that he's using all the doctors that are buying into this and there's a team that have of adapted this type. Of Response and they're all experts in the field of dealing with people critical care, and that's what they say. Is that people really sick all at once and something? That's critical care. They developed this and they're seeing positive responses to it and as you. If you've been listening to the drugs that they're talking about their, they're all stop. That's supposed to help. Beef up your immune system, so your body can fight this stuff off and the worst were sick. You are the harder they hit you with. Are they have year? They hit you with other things. The Madison doctor has been particularly critical doctor FAUCI saying we can't be using all these unproven treatments. In other words, they WANNA put everybody into clinical trials and monitor how they're doing. In the meantime you can get covid nineteen be dead five days later. Well, we've got prove that it's effective why. How `bout this guy's dying. Let's try to save him. See if we can learn from what we do. which is what's happening in the real world? One thing we don't know. It's about the death. Rate truly is in countries like India or coveted started to show up because I mean India. A country of massive population second largest that the world much of it is impoverished. Probably all sorts of people may be getting this thing that art at hospitals that never go to the doctor and so I don't know. But. One of the reasons why the death rate from covid nineteen in the United States is so low. Vast majority of people get it. Don't die. May well be because doctors and hospitals are treating this thing very aggressively at very quickly and not waiting for clinical trials, not listen to the media Oh. You can't give them this. This bike dot work hope. I'd have been saying Oh. Yeah, take a vitamin C. go to bed. That's good advice. Maybe it is. So, what's happened in the medical community is treatments like this have worked their way to the medical grapevine and doctors in these yards and icy us around the country have picked up on them, and they're learning from the experience of these. That's other. Iraq's chloroquine went into such wide use what they found that it was seeming to work for a number of patients. But try to get this thing into the mainstream media. Try to get any kind of discussion here. As to whether or not, the guidance of the CDC is a bunch of crap. It hasn't happened. By. The World Health Organization. Is Corrupt and bought and paid for by China. We now have information. The president of China. As the head of the WHO the World Health Organization mid-january. To delay the WHO's guidance uncovered nineteen. China was trying to internally gets ducks at a row here before they've got. Allow this thing to get out altogether. The WHO agreed to do it. Why would you trust anything that comes out of an organization that can be manipulated by the political goals of China as for the CDC? The CDC's people are in love with the whol. Foul CI and the CDC have worshiped the W.. These are institutional governmental controlled. Addy's that are very easily on of pharmaceutical companies and many of these people have their own agendas, and sometimes you know what people are just Rod. Now, this is just one part here. Of the whole Kovic story that has not but challenge patio the best way to treat this thing the best way to deal with it. If the CDC is right about how to treat this if the CDC has a bias toward pharmaceutical trials, if the CDC has a biased ward. Reward a Gilead, if the CDC has a bias tha that shutout America to somebody comes up with vaccine, so everybody buys the vaccine and we makes the vaccine. Company rich. That's an agenda that should be challenged and exposed, but nobody wants challenged, expose anything in the same way that nobody wants to stand up to Tony. If it's nobody wants to question whether or not the dumbest thing you could have done in the United States is keep the bus systems running. Nobody questions anything either, but there's all sorts of evidence that we now have a the factual world that indicates the approaches we were taking were Rodrigue. NOBODY EVEN JEALOUS WEATHER HELL! The schools are still closed. Up Three kids, the state of Wisconsin, we have covid right now. I'll tell you talk about trying to find the needle in the haystack. Schools closed. WHO ASPECT QUESTION NOBODY's asking adding thing nobody challenges anything despite the fact that these experts experts experts rod. Rod, Rog Rocket Rod, and why look to a certain group of experts at other experts. UW medical I usually left. He's falling all over themselves. Anything comes out of Madison. Oh, but I don't know. About you must know more, why does he bore? Why should one hundred and forty seven year old government hack? Who Started? It was who got his job under. Woodrow Wilson. Teddy Roosevelt why should he automatically add an worships at the altar of every pharmaceutical company? What Ed has been running from the beginning? So I mean there's a lot of things that are going on behind. I gotta get to a break. Watch for this stuff. I'm very observant I. Pick up on things. Sometimes they pick up things in Iraq, but I pick up days. A trump is spending this task force. He's trying to clip the wings of funky secondly. We're now entering the cover your butt stage of things. Nobody ever wants to take the blame for screw ups right. Watch for the growing rift. Between And Fau Cheat. BURKS does not. WanNa fall on a sword for FAU cheese bad judgments. Over the weekend in the Washington Post. Very interesting showed up. They late. Minutes out of the White House covid nineteen meetings. And who do you think railed on the CDC? burks! burks! And she manages to get. That leaked out, so she's an in that. She said I don't trust Eddie. Numbers coming out of the CDC and she said I think they're inflating the death numbers. A lot of conservatives have been questioning why the CDC is counting suspected deaths, and and count any anybody who dies with nineteen even if they were. Put it in the number suddenly burkes is now. She's got her own reputation. Do you think she wants to come out? She's you know if you're wondering who that that's. That's the scarf lady. I thought she was born wearing a scarf. So. Look and see and she is GonNa. Come right on and say I. Think Dr Apologies a crack. They'll leak and they'll do this and they'll distance, and you're gonNA see some. Cover your butt here as it turns out that eventually there's an accounting for some of the people who gave president trump terribly bad advice. Some of the people who have given governors very bad advice, somebody who, for example was dumb enough to fall for the Ferguson bottle in, and they're going to get some of these people eventually realized that it's going to all. Come back to FAUCI because this was. Was a FAO CI show, and he gave all this direction that all these public health officials across the United States like Pablo in Wisconsin relied garbage in garbage out at the point that I wanted to make, and I'm going conclude this segment here is, we have had no desire willingness, not even enough open mindedness to even question some of the stuff that was coming from so-called experts, despite the long-standing track record of these experts, both over over time, and especially precisely there and covid nineteen of being rod for the beginning Ron from the middle and Ryan at the and. Eleven thirty W S Edmark late afternoon. Show a little ESPN. Clocked our word and the help. Pay Your bills cash contest. Tony Hebrews up there. Now has modified his goofy order again. Like they keep doing these little tweaks and okay Al that a couple of you do this at a couple of you that. And as I say, it's another example of nobody questioning nobody challenging anything. For the average person. There's a lot of reasons for that. For the media, it has been eye opening. Average is now allowing some retail stores as long as they have their own outside entrance in other words, nothing where it's shared like a ball. To let people come in. With some modifications, no more than five people in the store at the same time stiffer depending on stores that it doesn't mean that the grocery stores have to go back down to five. It means that of those that are close, so he tweaks it a little bit to let some of them. Have this and some of them have added? In the meantime bars restaurants are being on lockdown other than carry out orders for the restaurants. Numerous other businesses are shut down. All sorts of offices are operating. And we're starting to reach the point where you excited to hear people talking about their businesses going under. There's a lot of different areas. We can pursue that topic from. Let me I cover the question of. Where's the? Supreme Court, which I'm getting from some people. The. Supreme Court was asked last week to overturn remember, there's two orders. The. Original Levers orders order that extended stay at home until May twenty fourth. His Emergency Authorization Authority ends on May twelfth is runs until May twenty fourth and the other one is the order from. Health, services. Secretary Andrea Palm under State Law. There is no time limit for her authority to issue a urgency orders. They questioned whether or not that order. Was Arbitrary and they questioned the constitutionality. Of, whether or not one official can have the authority to simply without challenge of anybody else at all issue, these edicts with no time restrictions on them whatsoever. The State Supreme Court has not yet ruled remembered out. While, there is currently at five to conservative majority until August when it becomes four three, when Justice Kelly leaves the court, because not enough of you bothered to go out and vote in the last election. In some of you were stupid. Enough to vote for the Madison radical elections have consequences and. It's not going to be logged before the State Supreme, court becomes liberal. Remember the next vacancy on the court is filled by a devers appointment. There's more conservatives than liberals, so if a conservative has to leave I, doubt or sickness, or any reason everts them flips the cord over to the left, which is going to happen. It's inevitability that that is going to happen. Thanks to Kelly how they lost nonetheless. Conservative majority on the court edit is at the woman. Five two metres. Many here say why haven't they already struck? These will remember. That's five individuals. You need to get four of them to agree here. And it's possible. One or two of them are wobbly on this and. Remember the conservative position Conservative legal ideology is you don't do what's right you do. But by the Constitution Ad, if there are a couple of justices on the court, who believed that Iverson Pob have legal authority to do what they're doing. Even if it's stupid if they don't believe that. Violates the. Constitution they may be willing to uphold that authority. I don't know what's going on. It's not like you get leaks out of the state. Supreme Court. Areas possible that they may be waiting for the end of Iverson's emergency authority. which is tomorrow to issue a ruling I don't know. But in the meantime, the State Supreme Court is not giving any relief from Tony at it's possible that you're not gonna get any relief from the State Supreme Court on Tony Iverson's ruling meaning that all of this is going to have to be solved political pressure into the political process, and that means a lot more people challenging up criticizing and starting the kind of pressure that results in public officials changing their positions on this. There has been very little of this so far and there has been almost none of it from the Republican Party. Now the Republicans say what are you talk at all? We took the cork. Belatedly. In terms of raising voices and questioning this, there's been almost nothing. And the comments that have come out have been as I've been arguing Caspar milquetoast well. It's not clear it's confusing. It doesn't. you know what give creating a proper ballots. When you offer comments as muted and whispered and Wimpy. Is that all you succeed in doing? Putting a tar put a target on the back from liberals, because they now know who was willing to actually criticize it without doing anything to get in any actual public attention. Because your comments were so we'll see you may as well fire away because the left is going to beat you up without regard to how hard you hit. I've tried to explain this the speaker Voss. Feces to him in the mail, and it's not exactly like Robinson been particularly hard hitting this, so there's only so hard. They're going to be able to hit you, so you may as well actually go up and starts taking taking stands on principle and fighting on this. And boss if anything has been more out there than some other people. There is still a profound flaw however. And the approach that's coming from Republicans and I'm going to address this in the next couple of segments. Because their flaw is premised on their belief that there's a role for government in this at all. We had to replace Iverson solder with another border. Are Rob Hutton today, the state should never order. Each county should have an order. Okay, so instead of having one order from one network. GonNa have seventy two orders from seventy two nuts. I'm GonNa, give you the four o'clock hour. Word the leave you with this thought of this. With the world come to an end. If there were no orders. And people just figured out on their own ought to get through this. With the world to leap and and One of the Republicans who have just lost that all of this Chris capita the. Generally anti-government state senators western Waukesha County. He instead has cobbled together a great big pilot glop from Wisconsin Manufacturers and commerce which. Possibly could make possibly makes things even worse than Iverson's order. I know that that seems impossible. And you've got a lot of Republicans that are jumping up and down and endorsing the thing. You even had Wisconsin Institute of law and Liberty Stand up and say they thought that was a good thing to. They're all premised on this notion that somehow the only way we can survive copen nineteen is by doing with some government order tells us to do. Under whether or not? We need to have government orders to work through this. Or we couldn't just figure this out on her own. News talk eleven thirty W I. S Mark belling late afternoon show. The latest edict from Tony Even. Indicates exactly the path that we are heading down in our society. He's given some businesses a little he's. He's in it up a little. Stores cut out open so long as they have their own entrance. There's no hallways. You're not coming through them mall. And you can't have more than five people store at the same time so much for Kohl's already the larger stores. Obviously, they're not going to try to open. Only let five people come in. Or if they do, it would be a preposterous situation. So of the retail is that were allowed to stay open. They can stay open of those that have been closed. They can reopen if they allow no more than five people in the store. At the same time, they must establish lines outside of the store in mark off where everyone could stand, and they have to mandate social distancing inside the store for some of these retailers they'll see. This is something of a lifeline which is exactly my point. This is now how the thumb of government we are. We already established. The government was going to say some businesses have to close others. Get to stay open. The ones that stay open while okay, some can do the drive through some odd now while a few more can open up. But I'm GonNa tell you how many people could come into your star. This is not freedom. This is being micromanaged. Right to the, but how many people could be in your star? A small store. Five people I giant star by people. I don't know a fever. Disorder covers the number of employees. It can be in the store at the same. Probably does. facemask. Emerged looked like they're gonNA. Read, they're they're going to mandate of yet. Even the so called Republican Plan Speaker boss right around the state last week calling for a regional reopening of Wisconsin. IDIOTIC IDEA I have tried to get answers for most of the Republicans in the immediate southeastern Wisconsin Milwaukee area. Do you support this approach or not? It's very very hard to get a yes or no on this, because most of them don't have the guts to stand up and say. Robin Voss's full of crap with regional approach. A regional approach means the state of Wisconsin gets to say that some businesses have to remain closed. To say that we're going to allow people in some regions, they have freedom and others in. Not. Is If anything even more obnoxious than the original thing. That other dumbbell ideas let each county decide on their own. So some county health director some cases that no head. A hole in the ground is going to be decided to get one county could open other up for crying out loud. I'm throughout the following concept. What do you think would happen? Tony Acres. His order was toward up today and we had no rule. I. Know People just the world would add. But that's how the world was. A few weeks ago. What do we pick what happened? I'll tell you what will happen. Stores will stay close. Some offices will still be closed. Some companies companies like ours, which is bending over backwards looking for ways to get rid of people. They're gonNA. Keep telling people to work at home. That automatically everybody's GONNA suddenly reopened their doors loaded tech also. Some workers aren't going to want to come back to work. If, we opened up the bars and restaurants. A lot of would be half empty. Because a lot of people won't feel comfortable going into them. Others will on their own to try to make their clientele feel comfortable. Create the same separation that some of these government rules have it other words. We all pretty much. Figure it out. If, we put everything up right now. Maybe a few churches you'd open the Kabaddi Ed. And others would say. Eight people over here three over there. They be every different matter of way of dealing with it. In other words, people could figure this out on their own. To think that we need Tony Evers and Andrea POB. To tell us how to deal with a situation, in which you've got a virus rollet aroud implies that we are all more odds and nobody knows how to live their life. Every time. We've had anything like this in the past. People figure out what they're gonNA. Do some people freak out? Some people wash their hands. Ninety seven thousand times. People do nothing and the world's never ended. Up whatever they got breakdown, he has anybody think for a minute the NBA. What's their play? I don't maybe at some point. Play without fans. They're not gonNA. Let anybody come in on their own. You're still going to see all sorts of businesses era, the side of caution. And Err on the side of freaking out over getting sued. We opened up everything right now. Do you think all the church festivals will be back I know? A lot would stay still be cancelled. Waukesha already canceled just about everything under the sun for the entire rest cancelling at all. I think there might be an edict walker shot to cancel everything that exists between now and the end of time. So the point that I make these that there was no government ordered from Tony. We would not have this open sees it because people would respond the way people respond. Some people do some things others. We'll do others. We would figure this out at our owed. We do not need a government response. We do not need a county by county response. We don't eat any of these orders. We can figure this out and once we figure it out. People can complain and carpet dispossess doing this. This one's doing that in the same way. We've complain the carpet about everything the past. We are not children. Every do not need to be bossed around by children, and we especially don't need. Republican officials to pass themselves off as conservatives with all they're doing is saying we're going to take the order here. That's to Steph and we're GONNA, replace it with one. That's less stiff. You're still in both cases ordering survived. I do not know if there is one Republican official in the State of Wisconsin has gotten up and said we don't need an order. It's time to allow people to resume their own lives and. See how they handle it. and. My guess is the way they handle it is. Not all that different than we'd handle things under some of these government orders, but we might give people the opportunity to save their lives saved their finances, and people will have the opportunity at the very least to get their freedoms back, and there would be a lot more comfortable, being able to live at a world in which people make decisions for themselves rather than having some government official making those decisions for them. I suspect all the schools that are being closed because the schools have a sweet deal here with all the teachers and all the principals getting paid work at a four day week Moonlighting Amazon, not doing a doggone thing and turns of educating the shoulder. But that isn't a statewide easy. They asked the come in order to do that. The path of least resistance for the average public school employee is almost always the one that will earn them a the most money and be required them to do the least amount of work, so this notion that there'd be all of the open seas. It'd be chaos if there was no order to fact. What we ever had open season. Generally speaking people behave responsibly. And given what germ freaks alternative into right now you will still have all sorts of people masked dubs avoiding contact w. Okay restaurants. They won't go into arrest that for the next year. You don't need government to cal that whether they can or cannot. Given that this whole Kovic story in terms of the numbers here in Wisconsin has been totally overblown and the reactions that we gave remember Andrea Palm. Put out it. I thought we were still working for Neil Ferguson two point two million deaths. She had hundreds and hundreds of people dying in Wisconsin per week. All this stuff was going to happen, and that was the premise for. Empowering themselves to Shove Asala round will none of those things happen? So what's the rationale for it now? They took away our freedom once and they're not gonNA. Give it back without a fight. And you can't look to either political party to stand up for you to have your freedom back either. Because all you're getting from Republicans in Wisconsin is a less restrictive less draconian approach. I are others Republican. Say Yes, I support open Wisconsin now then they say well. We need to do it with a regional approach. How does now and keeping some counties closed? How do those things Mesh together? Well as well, nobody said we should. You tired of AB I. Kind of say open everything up and see what happens and as I say. Give her. The fact that half this country's free to death by this whole thing here I don't think that they're gonNA come out of their basements anyway. So you're not gonNA. Have anything over what's good. It'd be crowded. Nothing. The what if anything? The grocery stores might become less crowded because somebody can go into a store other than them. That's just how you can't have fifteen thousand people this. These restaurants are going to be Plumb D.. The buyers will have the hard cores edited some people that have started craze any. Some. People won't pay any attention to swell. There are certain fee certain areas of the state that have had essentially no restrictions at all like the gas stations. You say anybody yet. Wipe it off the pump. Paul, said he i. Mean, there's no precaution. These gas stations in your walk up. Go in your punching. You're all touching. The same key PAT said well. At others you can't even walk into a high rise office building, said break. Next door is a high rise apartment building eighteen people in the elevator. They're all gumming up the buttons at all of this stuff. Grab in this grabbing that all handle. The same door handles and office building. Right next door. Nobody's even allowed to go Edward. So to say that. Things may be out of control if you allow people to be. The grocery stores are allowing all sorts of people. Then people are walking right next to one another and there. Why can't you do that in? The Hobby Lobby. Which I wonder if they will open with the five percent minimum I mean. At some point you end up angering your know this. If person, four and line. There's five people in that store my I. Don't want any browsing going added there. Say. Thank get Outta there. See Somebody at a clothing store. Your against sized fourteen. Will you be able to well? We would be for be allowed to try things out at a clothing store. Years. This website you don't need a government honor on this one way or another. We'll work it all out at some point. You gotTA liberate us. But. It's apparent to be that either is never going to release this clutches. He made a comment at the end of last week in which he said business. Wisconsin understand the good old days aren't coming back. This is an eye opener for a lot of people. They didn't think that this was something that would never end that. We would now be under permanent government control forever because we had a bug roll through the killed a few hundred people and got a bunch of people sick for a while. We didn't think that it was going to mean the end of life as we knew it. And you better understand that you're better. Start demanding life as we know it back at some point, because nobody not republican or Democrat is willingly going to give it to you. Just go to dispute over who has a thought he restrict. How many of your rights? For Milwaukee. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on news. Talk Eleven thirty W I S. I spent a good chunk of the beginning of today's program discussing. A preeminent expert on critical care. From the University of Wisconsin, medical school and the protocol that he's developed. The deal with Calvin Ninety. He happens to be a critic of the approach of the CDC. which she says is heavily biased toward clinical research. Proven treatments and so on. All well and good if we didn't have a virus that was in fact here right now. and not treatment yet been proven because there's not been any time to do any clinical trials. When you have a situation like a new thing coming in and you don't know answers. Perhaps is I've been arguing you can cut some slack to people who may guesses as to the best way to approach these kinds of things. But once the thing starts to play out. The best approach to take is to respond to what is actually happening. Now I made some introductory comments today. About the lack of questioning that has come. To pretty much every decision that is come down the pike here other than. A challenge to every decision, the president trump makes doesn't matter way matter. What direction trump goes on this at all. He's going to be ripped for it. And I'm not even suggesting that the president should be immune from question or criticism. It's just that there's a knee jerk while whatever trump is in favor of I'm against. It's because whatever trump is in favor of stupid in the meantime, everybody else's in charge of anything. You're in the United States. They're all saints, and they all know exactly what it is that they're doing. What expand this by talking about? The individual American and the individual wisconsinite. And I reflected over this on the weekend. That deeply, but I reflected. I think. Generally. Conservatives again. When I say generally, people always don't want to hear that word, it doesn't need. It always holds up at holds up most of the time. Generally, conservatives are rule followers. F The IRS says file your taxes by April fifteenth conservatives usually file April Fifteenth. If there's a rule out there, and you're supposed to follow it, follow the rules. Something's La go. We won't do it. It's generally the nature of most not all most people who are conservative. Historically liberals have been the people that have broken all the rules. So odd if drugs are illegal avenue, use it. So what if? Having ninety-seven girlfriends and cheating on your spouse. You know, love the one you're with Steve Stephen, stills. Say All live. Your drafted I'm not going to serve I. Don't believe of the war. Go through any number of issues. I'm not GONNA do it. I'm not going to do it I'm not gonNA. Do it I'm not GonNa do it. What has changed now. Is. Suddenly liberals have become. Rule followers. Follow any Donald Trump's rules remember. When he came in, they said resist. But when it comes to a lot of these other things, they're very very comfortable. Being sheep and following the heard. I can take you to be fascinated by. The number of people under the age of forty, running around with masks, freaked over corona virus when the evidence is overwhelming that. You got to be extremely second extremely unlucky to have the corona virus. Hit You. If you're twenty three years old and of anything to happen to you it just the cases just aren't occurring. There are extremely rare. So therefore the wearing the masks of the freaking out. It has the simply be a way of conforming. We were told that you this, so we're going to do it. This again is a new thing for liberals. We come up with the extreme examples of how they behave during woodstock us through really anywhere up to about twenty, five, two thousand five. And if there was irresponsible, antisocial dangerous dumbbell behavior going on chat stars, lefty do it. But they flapped. So now you have the combination of the fact that liberals just love being told what to do lot. Liberals love this notion of enforcing their version of social responsibility. It move over to the fact that conservatives generally rule followers to begin with. This created will use the term again. The perfect storm for government to come in and response to Covid nineteen and hand handout a bunch of edicts. But lefties were of a mind to follow things I think the rationalization in here of well, maybe it'll screw up the economy, and that harms. Trump probably works into the way they think this through. The fact that they could be given government checks while keeping their jobs if they worked for government probably colored them to, but. They quickly followed it healed, but the reaction of many conservatives was the heel and respond to because we're rule followers. The question of challenging the legitimacy of the rule is not something that normally comes easy to somebody who is a conservative minded person. We've always had that fascination of how. Societies and cultures could follow despotic leaders and act. So terribly. Well this is where I do develop on Ratchet Organization is the second strongest human drive. How did we have? In place the following two factors in the southern part of the United States. For a couple of centuries. Overwhelming Christianity? And overwhelming. Of Slavery Both are in place in the southern part of the United States. How could you have a mindset where people who call themselves Christians could justify owning another human being. Germany, a predominantly Christian country. How could they justify following Hitler? At some point, the rule the way of life, the edict that's in place. Is Illegitimate on its face. With regard to the corona virus as I said you initially have to create a rationale to do something terrible and every awful decision that was ever made came with a rationale the institution of slavery. Hitler's March to Nazism. You create a crisis. Two. Million people are going to die. To justify extreme reaction, and once you put in place the rule. It's amazing how a custom people get to following the rule. Even if the role was based on a lie. Hitler had told nothing, but lies in order to get. The Germans to accept his mindset an ideology, but once they accepted they were in, and he had that power. Enter tele -tarian snowed. Ever let up on it. What I think happened here with Corona viruses, you initially had in the suburbs and more conservative areas, initially overwhelming compliance because people thought it was the right thing to do. There was again this lack of questioning or Who Am I to question. But what is developed over the last two months is pushing now rebellion. and. We are going to have this. Come to a head in our country. When Tony. Evers makes comments like the what he made last week the good old days. They're never coming back. Half this country at least once those days coming back. And, when you're talking about pretend potentially long-term. Economic Destruction I don't think it's dawned on people. How many jobs will not come back I? Don't think it's dawned on a lot of liberals. How government budgets are going to be decimated? That, decline in GDP in the second quarter is now being estimated. We don't know what it is. We're only in the middle of it. It could be thirty five percent down. That's number without precedent. To think you can instantly recover from that and have that come back. The number could up fifteen percent the quarter after that barely barely climb and two steps back on the big giant ladder. Once people realize that everything they ever knew about America. Has Changed at all. Sorts of rights were taken from them in the ability to do things like go to ball games and go to a football. Go to packer game, and not on. I can't go to packer games the badgers. Fans that when you allow people back in there be ten thousand. You can't have this at restaurants. Say nobody can ever shake a hand again and no stranger could ever be seen kissing somebody else in public, and you can't do this and you can't do that and we're all poor Ed. All of these governmental institutions have to be scaled back. We're GONNA have fewer cops fewer firefighters because our government budgets are cutted. People will wonder back and ask how we ever allowed this to occur. Now I do believe in the point I mentioned on this whole. Revolution is some of the people who initially accepted these measures. Did Not know. That, they were signing up for accepting these measures for a long long time. You'll recall the Tony Iverson his first order. And I'm not giving him credit for this because he's not clever enough to come up with anything. Ran Till April twenty fourth. and. I've noticed in listening to a lot of people talk that there are actually some people who thought that it would end April twenty fourth. They never understood that they put an end. Remember that month long. Order seemed like a long time when he put it out. But the okay, we can ride this out. They never presumed that the orders would be extended and extended uneven when they get lifted early lifting at a little five people in a store. This one still can't open. No, you can't go on and on and on and on and odd. Politically, the only vehicle that exists to represent this point of view is Donald Trump. and. He hasn't exactly expressed it yet. But there's nobody else on the political scene that I think you can count on to do it. Ed Eventually. I believe trump is going to find his voice this. At bringing our country back and we'll have to decide whether or not he wins or loses right now. I'll admit the democrats have the wind at their back. We have an election for Congress in the northern Wisconsin district tomorrow. It's a Republican district yet. The Democratic candidates dunker might actually be Tom Tiffany. No one really knows polling very unreliable. You again here. The same thing Republicans motivated vote etc, the same proud that we had in the Supreme Court election. The Democrats tell everybody to stay at home except to do all of the things that they actually care about doing. Those things I never under any stay at home orders. Tiffany's actually one of the word Conservative members of the assembly he'd be a great voice to see out there, in Madison, but let's face it. We're out of losing. We have some people that are out there talking about recalling Tony Recall. We can't even win an election right now. We could even win. A State Supreme Court election when the other side was running. Running a radical for crying out loud. You gotTA prove. We can win an election before you start talking about recalling people and so odd. and. What are the difficulties is that Republicans are not offering a lot of inspiration people on their side, the perfect storm again that term use for Democrats a dispirited Republican side and Democrats taking advantage of the crisis to steal away all of our power, all of our authority, all of our rights, and they will never on their own willingly. Give it back again, God. We are getting close to what I said. It would start happening. May I thank? My timeline has been pretty accurate. We're getting close to more and more people. Beginning to simply say we're not going to follow these awful rules. We're GONNA. Take the path of survival. We gotta take the path of restoring a quality of life. Another side and again early on the signs are going to be trickles and scatters. Some bars reopened over the weekend in Shawnee County. The Sheriff says he's not GonNa do anything about it. He says he's not going to enforce the order. This is the first county that I'm aware of right now where? You have a combination of law enforcement saying we're not going to enforce the order and businesses actually opening up. Hartford's police says say that they're not going to enforce the order, but. The business owners they're apparently are all a bunch of wimps and well, even if they're not gonNA, enforce it. We're GONNA stay closed. Again these things will gradually start to age. There will be more and more defiance in place. At some point, one of the larger churches here in Wisconsin. Is, GONNA Open Up. Say anybody who wants to come in. Is GonNA come in? And we're going to see whether the police start arresting to hundred and fifty people for trying to go into a church. This is going to be in front of us. At it does need to happen because as I say, you can't look to politicians to fight to give you your rights back. The best getting out of Robin. VOSS's regionally reopened the state income up with ninety seven different rules that micromanage us, so they micromanage us a little bit less than Tony Evolves. As for Scott Fitzgerald. He's just trying to get to June first. Nobody filed pulls avenue papers to run against him for Congress. This is going to have to come from the people themselves simply going to say we're not going to take this. As I predicted is going to happen. While there's initially this sense of well. We'll follow the rules committee conservatives. It's not GonNa be at the point of giving up their country and giving up their way of life and giving up their freedom. Not going to do it. And you may cancel all these events and say you can't do this. You can't do that. You can't do the other thing. But people are not going to put up with. Not, their kids not being allowed to visit a friend. They're not gonNA up with tattle tales, calling the cops because five people are in their house. In some communities they're not gonNA put up with people not being able to go to a restaurant and sitting Kendra table if they want to. This is big. and. It's going to have to as I. said come from the people themselves, because you simply can't count on anyone in government from either political party to do it for you. You'll be able to knock be over. I'll put it this way. I will be stunned if in the next two weeks. You get a Republican official of the State of Wisconsin, standing up in calling for simply define Iverson's order. Whether. There's an order in place, and there's this start resuming your life. You're just not gonNA get that from political figures. They're incapable of doing it impart. If you're a Republican. They are immortal terror of being ripped by the media. And, secondly being government officials themselves, they are prone to Ford looking for government solutions on their own. Trump tapped into when he was elected in two thousand sixteen, this thrown passion on the part of many Americans who had been alienated from both political parties who want to live a country premised on the principles that we were founded upon. And I am pessimistic about the long term future of this country if You don't start to see Americans themselves citing to reclaim these things without regard to what some government rule is or is it. It starts with raising your voice. And after raising your voice, it's going to have to move to action, and as I say as you watch people in their own individualized walking on the streets. Nobody's doing any social distancing people that are living apartment. Buildings Aren't doing any social distancing you go in the grocery store. People standing some distance apartment. It's not like nobody's going in there to eat their food. People are gradually becoming fed up with this as the weather warms up. There's no way you're going to be able to keep. All the people out of the lake crowded at the sheriff's department is going to go down there and start trying to grab everybody up. You are going to see riots. Do you think? That in the inner city where people are being told they have to stay twenty four hours a day in substandard housing that they're not gonna go outside, and they're not gonna go into parks, and so on. It's eighty five eighty, five eighty eight degrees outside. This has all happened very very fast. It's been all very very illegitimate. It's all been paste face based on very very phoney premises that this the virus something that was going to kill us all off. But as I say this great power grabbing this restriction of our rights and turning us into a totalitarian society, and that is where we are right now. When you got a governor, say which store can have a number of people in it. That's Talibanism. It's the face of it. And you see almost no support from political leadership either party saying that it is time. For us to start defying this guy when you have hundreds of people contacting individual Republican members of the assembly. And the best response you get. The guy running around two parts of the state that don't have the virus speaking on behalf of the legislature, and saying well I think regionally. We should reopen this, but keep screwing my own district in racine as Robin did. And again I found out here but I realize he's getting crap from the other side for just saying anything at all. You got back. Literally got a bag of crap sent to. At as as I, just been telling you, but I'll tell Scott Fitzgerald so at all of them. All the other wheaties including I mean you guys in Germantown you've got. Your old guy, there may as well be a democrat. They're sending out his health advisories at all of this stuff, no apparent shame for the bad advice that came from Andrea and so on you cannot look to the political process to solve this on the other hand. You also cannot out all of the political process to be hijacked. By Democrats as bad as some of these Republicans can be on these issues, the alternative right now is works. These are people that are trying. To permanently, take your rights away. I mean the candidate run against Tiffany is right out of the AFC playbook. And people like her are getting her way that the dream of people like. is to tell all of us what we can. Can't you with every aspect of our lives? Put a mask on this dude. Dr The other thing. The lesser of the two evils, which is what a Republican candidate right now in my mind sadly is. Is still much more better than as. That than the alternative. So if you already been willing to vote to stop these people who are trying to take away your rights. We do. In terms of what's going to happen within our own communities as I've been saying I believe this is going to come to a head. And every day the weather gets warmer, which would certainly not be right now. It's going to come to more of ahead. If? You're going to ask the biggest stimulus for that would be. It'll be the drying up of government. Assistance people going out of business. And the understanding of the reality that yes, my life is going to be ruined. I am going to go under because we aren't going to continue to be able to pay for this off. Government checks once that starts the kick in once reality kick said. Triggered that with people, just being sick of being told the cat walk into a park. And this revolt is going to happen. Somebody go to a break here. Just, don't expect this to be led by anybody. Who's any elected official? The one possible exception as Donald Trump. Who I do believe at some point is gonNA realize he was sold a bill of goods by FAUCI and Berks, and he needs to stand with the segment of the public that believes in freedom, because the other side will never support him no matter what he does. Same. News talk eleven thirty W I s mark belling late afternoon show. I'M NOT GONNA. Give you answered as just want you to think about it. One year from now. Do, you think you'll be able to. Go visit your mother in a nursing home and go into a room. When you're from now. The fact that? We can't answer that with any certainty on either side. Tells you what's happened? And as I say, don't look for any of the Authoritarians to effort. Give this willingly back. And just wait for the next sickness and the next the next the next to the next of the next one. This is rubbing a lot of people the wrong way and I think they don't know what they can do to resist. So at some point, you just have to resist. And as I say, that is going to happen. Waiting to say. If, seven people went to the nursing. We're just GONNA go ahead. We're going to see. The cops go to put all seven of those people seven different people visiting seven different old folks, so they all could be sitting there in jail. Or at some point with some of these law enforcement agencies just say as you're starting to see and shot county. Racine got no, we're not. We're not GONNA do it. Do it. I want to share with the audience right now and after I conclude this, go to the. L. Pay your bills cash contests. This is not the most strongly written impassioned Kala, but this is why I chose it. The Guy who wrote it is he's establishment guy. His name is Gerard Baker. He was the longtime publisher of the Wall Street Journal. In other words, not a flame thrower. Is a member of the global corporate media establishment. Conservative, principle sort of, but he's mostly an establishment carrying, and he's offering analysis of how this is playing out. So you're not GonNa get the passion that you're getting mark belling. From him. But I think his observation is correct. It's darting on him. That the public in the United States is growing. Very impatient. With what is being done to them? So I, WANNA share with you his column. And again. I think it's very insightful. He writes and he's focusing. It starts as columbine focus the whole Neil Ferguson story. If you're not familiar with Neil Ferguson's the guy who developed the imperial college model, which created all these lack lockdowns. He was caught. Breaking the order and Britain by going to visit his married girlfriend in defiance of all of the orders that occurred only because he came out and quickly said two point, two billion people would die, so he starts at that point. That's the rapids. Professor Neil Ferguson of Imperial College London. Has Been something of a poster boy for the lockdown extremists of our pandemic age. His epidemiological forecast, two months ago of a quarter of a million British dowse prompted Boris Johnson's government to drop its cautiously liberal approach, containing the corona virus and impose strict stay at home measures on the population. The same bottle has proved influential and US policy discussions to forecasting, as it did more than two million deaths here. The way given to the professor's advice was always slightly curious, not just because it was one bottle among many, but because could charitably described as his uneven record and epidemiology epidemiologic forecasting, he vastly overestimated the number of British deaths from the infection caused by mad cow disease in two thousand. What let me Interject Mad Cow? Ever many people said that was going to wipe out the population. Remember that. Ferguson was part of that to back to the column. As well as overstating the impact of bird and swine, flu and following years this week, professor are Gessen's reign of error. Good line was brought to an abrupt end in fitting petard, hoisting fashion, one of the world's most vocal proponents of stay at home and save lives message was forced to resign after acknowledging that he had been visited at his home by a lover on two occasions during the fiercest phase of the epidemic spread, moreover the woman with whom he was for brief interludes socially. Distancing was herself involved in montage, particularly ill-suited to our current viral paddock. It open marriage. In its picky you way. The defenestration or perhaps reveal. Professor Ferguson carries a moral fable for our distressed times. There is something qripoli authoritarian. About the way in which public officials scientists, and of course, that reliable ECHO, chamber of establishment consensus the modern media. Have seized on this moment of crisis. To order US confined to our homes. Revelation of the lockdown with areas assignation has added the time honored element of rank, Capela Chrissy to authorities style here as evidence of the economic carnage, the lockdown is doing to the count as the country piles up. Our. Own Authority figures many of them in public sector jobs with protected incomes. Continue to tell us that we must stay incarcerated and economically at active. The message is backed up by a media tells us that well. Other countries are starting to open up their academies. Americans must stay at home because somehow we are doing so much worse than anywhere else, but the US death rate per million years according to the latest data. About two hundred thirty. That's per million. Though, international comparisons are both invidious and misleading. This number puts the country somewhere in the lower echelons of developed countries in terms of the lethality of the virus, significantly lower than Spain Italy, the UK Belgium the Netherlands, France if some way above Germany, the country that really is the outlier among major developed busted academies, despite the daily Ranting from some critics, the US is doing somewhat better than most of its peers. Of course it is still early days, and cautioned remains wise, but it is starting to look as though Americans across the country. Tired of the constraints. And fearful of further economic loss. Are Starting to seize the initiative and start the long process of returning. To something like normality. With or without orders up now, an energetic. That's what I was referencing that I believe is beginning to happen. The people is simply starting to resist, and that's Baker is observed year. He continues. This popular uprising! May represent an organic counterpart. To the way in which we started to control the virus in the first place. A close look at the data now suggests. That in much of the country, people voluntarily began to eschew social interaction before the orders went out. And that it may have been that behavior. As much as any enforce dowd. That has succeeded in reducing the viruses spread. Let me interject in other words. He's saying. Some people started distancing on their own before the ready government orders. Again by point that people can handle this figure this out of their own and finally Baker concludes. Now as it seems that the worst fears have not been realized, and the goal of flattening the curve to avoid overwhelming hospitals has been met. People across the country are similarly substituting their own a judgment. And demanding a restart. Rather than acquiescing to authorities demands. It is put essentially American. Trust in the People's Wisdom Energy and creativity prove a better way out of this crisis than slavishly following the lead. Of those who often consider themselves to grand? To heed their own strictures. Baker appeared over the weekend in. The Wall Street Journal. As I say he's not exactly a flaming. Hardline resists person he is observing. However, the points that I was making the longer time goes on the more resistance there will be from the American public's, if for no other reason than people can figure out how to handle these things on their own. I believe politically. The winning side of this issue. is in the longer term and I mean. Several months of now overwhelmingly going to be on the side of giving people their freedom back and overwhelmingly on the side of not being among those who are trying to lock us all down. The path of least resistance right now lockdown to what the Media Watson so odd. But the public is fickle on this. There is only so wrong you can shove the majority of surround. Liberals have always wanted to shove everybody else around. They have gotten initial compliance, but they did so on the basis of ally. This wipe everybody out. And Baker points out. You don't have to look for a politician from poverty to lead you out of this. Because they're not gonNA, do it. The most brazen Republican Unified Robin was well. Maybe we can regional area. I'll put you know. Maybe we have county to any single case at all. We could allow somebody there. To go into a restaurant and eat a fish. FRY IT Woods. It's not gonNA cut it. Unless. We simply are going to be communist Chinese, and under the thumb of government shoved around for the rest of our lives. We have to start resuming our normal lives without regard to whether or not we get. The evil eye because we don't have a God. We have to be willing to allow churches who wants to to start opening. Their, doors. We have to be willing to go over and visit friends if we feel like without fear of cops arresting us. Before Tony. Everts ever gives us the go ahead to resume this, and he will never totally lift his lockdown. Never the always be subbed I five years now. There are still be some restrictions if they have their way. Oh No more than five thousand people that have asked about whatever. This is gonNA. Come with it. And we are going to decide whether or not. We are GONNA. Keep putting up with this. It is bad enough that for two months, people have not been able to see the doctor for all sorts of. Needed procedures. It is bad enough that we have seen as many businesses that are teetering have it is bad enough that we have wiped out this much of the economy, and for all of you left as it is bad enough that we're going to have to slash funding for public schools for the next several years, because government budgets have been cratered. All over an overreaction. To one more of the many illnesses that comes around and plagues us. That was all bad enough. The question is. Now that we know everything that we get, and how all of these things were so wrong whether or not, we are going to begin the process of taking our lives back or not. We'll find out soon. Enough it as I say the weather I, think is a major factor in this. There's only so on. People are going to tolerate this and as Gerard Baker a moderate observed, people are already beginning to take these things into their own hands, and that's just going to continue by advice to some of these namby-pamby Republicans is to get on the right side of this. Stop following the lead of your leadership, stop worrying about the media. And getting up there and demanding freedom open Wisconsin now without restriction we can figura restrictions on our own. We always have we always will. You know what I write about this, don't you? Know this rebellion is coming to. It's coming it slow motion because this is a rare case of rebellion coming from the right. When we rebel, it's polite like the tea parties in so odd, but it's. A. Yeah, it's it. What do you think Eddie rebellion is just that? There's going to be pushed back. There's already incredible pushback. But there's always strength in numbers. The more people resist. The SAFE REP becomes for other people to resist this. We're now wired to be slaves. We're not wired to be under a governmental up. We're not wired to be told that there's no joy at freedom in life. It's not part of the American human psyche at as part of the psyche of a minority of Americans those who believe in controlling others. They would not have been able to do it without the big lie. In the first place that this virus was going to wipe us all out, you could say maybe it wasn't a lie. Maybe they were just rog well. We know they're arrived. Now. Dot We, so there's no excuse left. One of the podcast system and delete all those commencement speeches, so we don't further polluted those minds by having them here. Bill Gates by Microsoft get a vaccination CNN last year. I mentioned earlier in the program. The situation in Shot County and I wanna go back and read a really inspiring quote from the sheriff here as I mentioned earlier, the sheriff from Shadow County says he will not enforce the Iverson Order. We've had a few sheriffs that have been that have been willing to say this. Including the interest the sheriff in Racine County as well. Now the Chateaux, cody story is coming to ahead. Because apparently, some buyers have simply opened in Chateaux County. and. The Sheriff says he's not GonNa do anything about it. Again these are these early stages that I've mentioned of. This resistance and defiance of people saying that I could put up with this crap. This is the quote from out of Bieber. He's the sheriff of Shadow County. Health code orders should never encroach on the constitutional rights of the American people. The bill of rights was designed to protect against government overreach, and I have taken an oath to defend the constitution. My grandfather fought to defend this nation against the Nazis in World War Two. My father fought against the Communists in Vietnam job and I will fight to protect our constitutional rights here at home I will not infringe on the rights of Americans to peaceably assemble or prohibit free exercise of religion, the right or the right to travel. The sheriff what I say that that also includes the ability for people to work I, believe that people personal responsibility supersedes government intervention. Leaders should not be treat should not pre people at subjects, but as citizens. And allow people to make decisions based on information provided them. Citizens should be encouraged to take precautions for their own well being, but not be threatened with kids or imprisonment. For doing normal actions that are considered. constitutional. And now another story pertaining to covid nineteen. There are certain numbers. Then end up helping you understand the story. Over half of all of the Kuroda virus that's in the united. States have come from just five states. And of those the majority of those have come from New York. So what other words more than half? The Kuroda virus deaths have come from just five states. And those five states. More than half of them, among the five states have come from New York again. I'm not saying more than half of the United States have come from New York. Forty five states. And then five states have about equal corona virus number two, and then of that universe of five states, new. York has more than half of them. On this business of encouraging people to live their own lives. The problem that they had any York was actually a problem of bad government. Advice right when the thing was hitting. which might have been a time for people to show if not social distancing some precaution? The mayor of New York de Blasio WHO's now Mr lockdown king encouraged everybody to go to chinatown the ultimate melting pot, and included obviously a number of people who had been to China related to people who are from China and seeing people trying to go to Chinatown and go hang together. I doubt. that. That's something that at the time, most people would have thought prudent, but it was what they were telling us that. New York which also didn't shut out at subway stations. Ground Zero for transmission of the virus. Now obviously. The largest population, the state, the more cases you're going to get and the list of the five states. Are, New York New Jersey Massachusetts. Michigan and Pennsylvania. Interestingly California's not on the list. Many people believe that the virus hit California earlier on a lot of people were never counted, simply died, it was thought to be the flu or natural causes, because the thing got out of China fire that expected sale. The thing that those states have in common in addition to being large for example Texas that analysts, very large state and population second I think. Is concentration of people in cities and heavy use of mass transit and lots of people living in high rise apartment buildings multifamily housing where they live on top of what other. All, not when you think about it surprising. To use these situations. As Ratchet L. for a national restriction on our rights and way of life. I want you to ponder this point as we go to the break. Think how bad it would have been. If we actually had two million deaths, we never would have recovered any rights ever. They were able to accomplish this. Over something that has had such a minimal impact on the mass, a vast majority of American citizens. And it's got to be up to the American people to decide how log they're gonNA put up with it. They got Milwaukee this is the mark belling late afternoon? Show on news? Talk Eleven, thirty W I said. Perhaps later in this week we'll do a lengthy story on. What is happening to just giving away three months of education in the State of Wisconsin, which is a problem at the high schools, but a scandal at the universities? It's one thing to say you'll give up one quarter of an elementary education the last twelve years. It's something else altogether to say that we're essentially going to treat an entire semester. Of A four year college program. As something that can be ignored. I get all sorts of anecdotal stories of wonderful work at Craig and a lot of private schools. Where they are rolling up their sleeves and doing everything in their power to serve their kids. Dropping off materials constant online lessons. Empowering parents with significant support materials to assist in the lyric. and. Other private schools may be nut is going on. In terms of public schools I hear of many teachers that are trying. To go the extra mile, but they are not backed up by their administration. They're not allowed to issue letter grades. If you can't let issue a letter grade, you've got no leverage on the kid to make sure the kid that does any work. You can't force the kid to participate in a zoom lesson since not flunky anybody. And, then you hear stories of some school districts that are doing almost nothing at all. There are some districts that have moved to a four day week. Head of a joke given that it's an online week in the first place. I reported on the program last week. That I have heard anecdotally that a number of teachers working at Amazon Kenosha on the day shift. I've contacted. The West Allis West Milwaukee School. Superintendent Mardi LEX Mont. he says he'll look into this. I'm not in a position to provide any names here. I. Don't know if they can catch anyone but any teacher. That's obviously hang around Amazon isn't doing anything during the daytime. The situation is especially dire in some of the larger school districts. Now I'M GONNA. Share something from someone, and I'm not going to identify him even though I don't think he has any qualms about it, he is, he's got an agenda. He's an official with a local private school. He's referencing how the Milwaukee Public School system has gotten away with murder here without any criticism from the public or the media. They're essentially taking all of this money including their referendum body. And, doing no teaching at all. In a population of kids that desperately need education. He writes mark an utter disbelief that no one in the local news media Arcachon NPS, the task for doing little to no instruction over the past six weeks. He references that his own daughter goes to. School and That within a matter of weeks, they were up and running with all sorts of interesting programs using Google Forms Google me zoom private tube channels, and so odd. None of this is going out at NPS. Mark I have a close relative in several good friends who worked for NPS. One of them works at one of the highest performing MP schools within the district Reagan high. Despite his and others best efforts after they shut down, they were instructed. They could not send lessons out to students or engage in any online classroom communication with students whatsoever. Again this is what's going on. Teachers are not allowed in NPS to send out material online to their students. Find a news organization that's reporting that continues. The other message from the district virtue signaling to cover up the fact that they are completely caving to the teachers did and prioritizing adult infra silver student needs lots of talk from the District and Union about opportunity gaps in societal disparities in terms of access to technology. That's a reference when I could have said any of this stuff up online, because some kids primarily African Americans Latinos may not have online access. It wouldn't be fair to some that. Some kids get the lessons and not others. Continuing Yet there are numerous schools serving low income students of color across our community who are shifted to revolt learning. This was not easy for any of the leaders and teachers involved. Get these private schools made the shift because they prioritize students need over adult interests as part of the mission of their schools, and it is frankly part of how they look at themselves as teachers and leaders who stir serve student needs i. And he concludes the shutdown, whereas illustrated more than ever the brutal reality. The NPS prioritizes adult interests over student needs the fact that they are using the opportunity gap language to hide their appalling lack of effort to meet the needs of low income students shameful. The lack of local media coverage around this issue was travesty. We literally have a sector of charter choice schools teaching kids right now while the largest entity in our community. NPS sits on the sidelines and talks about social disparities with no. What holding them accountable. The high performing choice and charter schools understand the societal disparities and the opportunity gaps in our community. Our reality, which are kids must overcome. They simply refused use these disparities in gaps, excuse for low performance again. There are other districts that are behaving disgracefully as well Kenosha bad racine's doing lousy. Some of these districts are saying that they're operating school days while providing no instruction. Everybody's getting paid and they're not going to make up the days. I grant you that. There are some exceptions in the Public School Realm, some doing better than others and within individual districts, some teachers showing more interest than others. There has been virtually no media coverage however at all. Of how the Cave in by M. P. S.? To the Teacher's Union has resulted in M. P. S. essentially offering no school at all. For months side end. For a student population more than any other in the state that desperately needs it. And as I say Kenosha racine her about as bad, there are probably a lot of other examples out there of disgraces well. Once. The decision was made that they weren't going to make the days. That empowered Iverson you this shut down. Because if the shutdown had met, all the teachers would after work over the summer. They would have raised buddy murder and there wouldn't have been a shutout. So that everything in place, shut down the schools. They'll make you make up the days and then. But these public school districts, some of whom are among the highest spending in the state like Milwaukee. Get Away with not teaching kids at all. Again. Another story in which no one in the media is challenging anything at all. Well some kids do not have the computer well. Maybe you should be asking open up the schools then. What about the kids who want to learn? If ever there was an argument to get rid of NPS. Get rid of public schools now. I will grant you this. For the charter schools, the private schools and so on they have to. Right now provide education and go beyond. Take the step and they have to do it. I want you to think about this point for a moment. Why do they have to do it? Your Private Schools School Choice School Charter school. And you aren't going the extra mile right down during the slack down to make sure the kids get educated. Why do they have to do it? The answers kind of obvious unless you're trapped in a governmental mindset. If? You're a parent who takes her kid out of public school to go to a private school. You're choosing while that you think is going to educate your cats. This is an opportunity for them to prove. Hey, we're better than the private school down the road. We can shine. Obstacles are up, but we're going to deliver for your right now because they are at a competitive environment, the people that are stuck in the crap. Public School Systems feel no competition with anyone. TAKE CHECK THE AD by stimulus. Check we sides. Oh, I think I'll go to work at Amazon in addition to all of that. and. Nobody will do a day I'm thinking about it. Let's go beyond the realm of the Urban Education Milwaukee doubt. Private schools in more affluent areas that charge a hefty tuition. Parents that are paying the full cost of the tuition. For their kids in some of those schools, I'm not gonNA, tolerate the crap your getting out of the public schools right now. We're in PS. No lessons at all. Some of the others, maybe one thing once a week. Maybe. The teacher sets up one session on zoom for five minutes a day. That won't be tolerated by para. WHO's right? I got tuition check for nine thousand ten thousand eleven thousand dollars to a private school. It is kind of interesting. That the people that are the biggest champions of these lockdown. Are the ones that are getting away with no financial loss at all at least yet. While doing the least amount of work. The gold breaking from the public schools a profound story. Again Failed to be covered. By the media. Type! Eleven thirty wins Mark, belling late afternoon shy, but On my program. Or at least commenting from time to time that I believe that you're joining to see gradually more and more signs of people in Wisconsin resisting. He's lockouts and other story on this now over the weekend, a restaurant in Beaver dam opened up. They just said screw it. We're opening. I think it must be kind of a biker theme place, it's called sixth gear and the photos that I see here. There are a lot of bikers in the parking lot, but it's not exclusively that end I think it's more of a restaurant and a bar. Nonetheless, they opened. The Sheriff Sheriff in Dodge. County Deal Schmidt. has implied that he would not be enforcing the governor's order. And indeed nobody made them shut down, so the six scare was open. And apparently dead spectacular business on Facebook, the owner says I'm closing today Monday, but only to clean and sanitize the restaurant. We sold out of all of our food. So there are clearly people that want to patronize these business operators. that. Have the guts to open up anyway. Of course. If you're dealing with a bar or restaurant, you have to be willing. You have to be in a community in which the law enforcement is going to allow you to do it. These things to I've heard stories of a bowling alley northern Wisconsin. That would just open. These are just going to increase in number. And the longer that we go that we are stuck under twenty his edict, the more people that are going to be in communities that are not governed by liberals that just going to say. Hey, we're going to open up. I'd love somebody to buy one of those bars in Hartford just so that one of them actually opens up since the cops there said that they're not gonNA. Do Anything to close them down in time. Things like this are going to happen. We're going to shift gears when we come back after the break and I want to talk about. The story that I don't want people miss even though it's overwhelmed in terms of coverage by the covid story, and that is the revelation of the shaft job that the FBI idea to Michael Flynn. I think the thing most extraordinary about the fact. That, they set up an interview for the sole purpose of trying to manipulate into a lie, so they could take someone who had committed no crime and turn them into a criminal. I think the most remarkable thing about that was that this was not some low level conservative citizens somewhere that they thought that they could grab. He was a retired three star general. Who was the national security adviser for the United States incoming? If! You can do that to Michael Flynn. Railroad him and turn him into a criminal. No what is safe. The fact that the FBI tried to cover up what they did to fled. After having done it. We can't let that story just slide. Given the fact that we have the bigger fish to FRY at trying to lift ourselves back into liberty right now. We can't let that story from a story slide so coming up in the next segment. I'M GONNA. Give you the chance for the six o'clock hour to win the thousand other word and the help pay your bills cash contest and share with you and update and a very well written piece. I just how? Horrible the FBI that Great America once-great American institution is slid. In terms of what he did. Flynn and why did it? News talk eleven thirty W. I. S Ad Mark belling late afternoon. Show to make you listen. To give the help pay your bills. Cash contests word after I. Share with you. It very important and powerful column from home, and Jenkins, of the Wall Street Journal about the FBI cover up. Of the railroading of Michael fled, they write soundbite purveyors will do their best to portray General Mike Flynn as a hardened criminal. Whom the Justice Department just like go is a favourite. DONALD TRUMP The case unraveled because there was no case as was revealed partly by an FBI memo. A Flynn was being targeted for political reasons. Both Flynn's interrogator struck at FBI chief. James, Colby. Never thought. He lied about his conversation with the Russian ambassador. The FBI never recommended criminal charges. It was the Robert Mother Task Force the ginned up a case used threats against Flynn's son to extort Flynn's guilty play. Why. As I pointed out the massive US intelligence establishment had looked and found no evidence of Russian collusion by the time mother was named special counsel. He knew there was nothing there. The steele dossier was known to consist of silly inventions and scrapings from the Internet. Likely tainted by Kremlin disinformation. Charges levelled at trump associates would be limited lying about non crimes. No collusion was alleged against anybody. Then, there is the intrigued that hasn't been aired or disclosed, which remains hit a classified report by the Justice Department Inspector General. This concerns the alleged Russian intelligence. That FBI Director Comey used to justify his unprecedented, improper and insubordinate interventions in the Hilary Clinton email case. I cannot stress too much. The dirt. This is very important. I cannot stress too much. The dereliction of the press. Since the flurry of disclosures in the May twenty seventeen new. York Times Washington, post, and CNN commes doings were triggered by a Russian intercept. That is FBI. Colleagues believed to be false and possibly a plant. This intelligence appeared to reveal named Democrats and Obama officials discussing a conspiracy to bury the Clinton investigation. Either Colby ignored the sevens, and implicitly became party to the conspiracies alleged goal of liberating Clinton from her email travails. Or exploited Russian intelligence. To facilitate the same end. Let me back up. What did Jenkins? Just say here. It is believed and was reported in May of seventeen. That the Russians had intercepted. That the FBI appeared. To be trying. To put together a case to allow Hillary Clinton to be cleared. Back to the column? Then when the Anthony Weiner laptops surfaced, he tried to finesse anew dilemma. By reopening the Clinton case in a way that. May well have shifted the election of Mr. Trump the press and the American public may continue to ignore these events, but it would not have been lost on Muller that. The FBI's Galumph ing actions were likely to become the story of the decade once the trump collusion story fell apart. As mother knew at what and other words with Jacobs's writing gear. Is that. Mother knew that. If the trump collusion story eventually fell apart, everybody would focus on the real story, which was the rigging of the deal that allowed Hillary Clinton escape fray on the emails. That was the deal that the FBI put the fix it odd. Thus the Russian collusion story according to Jenkins. Was Muller's motivation to keep people away from looking at the real scandal how they put the fix into clear Hillary Clinton back to Jacobs. Rate The travesties as you will not listen the FBI's role in promoting trump's victory or its role in promoting the subsequent Russia Collusion Canard. It's hard to see mothers. Four spoke pursuit of guilty pleas General Flynn. And others over trivial matters as anything, but an attempt to. We've a distracting Patina of legitimacy around the UP. The is election year actions even so. It's hard to imagine future historians ignoring the truth. One hugely expensive intelligence establishment mate, what me one hugely in one hugely in. Start that over our hugely expensive intelligence establishment, made a fool out of itself and our democracy over to likely low budget, Russia intelligence pranks the steele dossier and the fake information that sparked Calming Hillary Interventions unlike previous disclosures of intelligence agency skulduggery, these episodes do not emit any fate era of competence or This in the national interest they involve the FBI messing with the most sank percect sancrosanct of our democratic rituals, the selection of a national leader, and so clumsily that it produced the opposite of its intended result. Let me interject. As Jenkins points out, that's the great irony of this in their stumbling around with regard to Hillary the. FBI might have actually helped. Elect trump. And the column concludes. I have speculated that some patriotic desire to protect America's faith in its government may be behind the resulting cover up or simply a desire to protect the FBI and agency. Mother wants head headed, but I doubt our press has any such higher purpose. It has become so be sided with availability bias. Her social science term for the need to conform to acceptable tropes. That it no longer has a nose for a real story. Instead it relies I'd leaks, and even whole narratives Brompton its lap by manipulators who assured reporters? They are on the side of the angels. This is what accomplish leakers. Call me have done for years, but the William Bar Justice Department apparently load. It waits for supposedly independent press to show up with intelligent questions. But never. To that column deals worth not only what what I'm with the FBI how the whole Russia collusion story was an attempt to cover it up how the attempts to go and invent a crime against Michael? Flynn were an attempt to make something out of the Russian collusion story, which was never a real investigation in the first place and then. How the news media shows no apparent interest to get to the bottom of any of that. Tell appeared over the weekend again for those of you OUGHTA, track down home and Jenkins in the Wall Street Journal Leader Not Link Wall Street Journal colleagues on my website. News Talk Eleven thirty W. I s mark belling late afternoon show too inconvenient truths to end the program today, I. Consider as asked me to share this with the audience, one of the many things that were included. In Tony Evers his order. Is something that. Might not. Be All that beneficial local government and they might not want to know about. In Iverson's order at there was included. A suspension of property tax collections. If you don't WanNa, pay your property taxes, the ears order allows. People to delay property tax payments that are due until October without penalties are interest. The listener contacted me, said many of these local officials aware of it. They did raid Iverson's order. So. If you don't want to pay your property, taxes that are doing that would be. Anything that is due out a monthly basis or anything that is doing this interim. You can wait until October without having to pay interest. Or, penalties. In other words we may have found something in there. That would be a benefit to individual citizens that disadvantage the government. Anybody locally unlike it, they could bellyache Tony Evers about it and finally this. One of the things that is guide in what are the reasons I have argued that the number of positive test cases is not a good indicator of how prevalent the disease is. The more tests that you do. The more positives there are going to be, and we now are finally ramping testing in many parts of the United States. Including here in Wisconsin we open more sites again today, and most of them are free see you would expect that. The number of positive cases would begin to spike. In fact, this is very revealing. Today for the first time this month. The number of new cases dip below two hundred. So even though we are doing more tests per day, we're coming up with fewer positives per day. This combined with the now very low level of hospitalizations in Wisconsin, remaining in the low three hundred. Combined, also, then with the decline in the number of positive tests cast. Even though we're doing more tests, indicate to me. That this virus is gradually declining and Wisconsin to the point. That it is no longer possible. To justify any of the hysterical reactions we have seen. For a virus that is becoming increasingly in this state. Rare. Resist. Life.

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Tony Evers Again Attempts to Govern Via Press Release

Vicki McKenna

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Tony Evers Again Attempts to Govern Via Press Release

"Broadcasting Till Planet Madison Bruce City and the world on iheartradio. The victim mechanics show to be a part of the program call the Hotan Gaming Wisconsin dells toll, free line at Eight, seven, seven to three and five thirteen. or Email Vicky at WNBA DOT com now here's Vicki McKEN. Good afternoon. Welcome to the program, Vicki McKenna. mccown show. Should probably done that ahead of time. No given the parade of horrible. We're going to go through on the program today. I. Probably should sip the coffee slowly right. So that I don't get, too. amped up. See, if I can do it San's caffeine. But I can all right. Here's what's coming up on the program Tony Eaters. has put out a press release. Imagine that this is what he does. The Governor of Wisconsin. PUTS, out press releases he puts out press releases that are inane and infuriating. That's what he does so public. Tony vs declared racism a public health crisis. In Wisconsin. Racism is a public health crisis. So, in order to deal with the public, health crisis of racism the Republicans. Ought to take up a piece of legislation that would essentially make it impossible for police officers to do their jobs because. Racism. Yes. It doesn't make sense. It isn't supposed to make sense and if you're a liberal. It doesn't have to make sense. You just scream loudly enough. and. If you scream loudly enough, the media will be terrified of you. And if the media's terrified of you, they will just simply repeat whatever you demand, they repeat. And Liberal politicians because they're also terrified of you. We'll just simply repeat the things you want them to repeat. I was looking at the. NBC Fifteen Madison. NBC AFFILIATE NBC fifteen story just about an hour or so ago. Talking about. How a quarter of businesses in downtown that were hit by the rioters are not going to come back. A quarter. Of downtown businesses say they're not going to reopen. They're done. And in the story. You saw a picture. Of the mayhem and beneath it was. Peaceful protests. So. I mean that's what I'm talking about. If you yell loud, enough and scare enough people. In the press. They will just simply start repeating what you're demanding of them. So here's a story about businesses that aren't going to reopen. Because of the violent riots and the story itself should features a picture of it, and beneath the picture, it says peaceful protests. So Tony vs Declaring that racism is a public health crisis and the way we solve racism. Is. Having the Republicans make it impossible for police officers to do their jobs and violent environments like Milwaukee. Or Madison. and. It's not supposed to make sense. That's why you feel like you're going crazy. You feel like you're going crazy. Because none of this is supposed to make sense, it is as chaotic intellectually as it is on the streets. Where to get with the. Senate majority leader Scott Fitzgerald here in just a moment. When other thing this will get into this, this is. The same in the same vein. Lego Lego the toys. Lego company has announced. It is going to pull all of its marketing. For the police firefighters, EMT and White House. Characters for the LEGO toy sets why? Well because. Activists demanded it. And said somehow that the White House. The police toys the firefighter toys. The toys were racist. Let's put out a statement quote. We stand with the black community against racism and inequality. What do the police officer firefighter EMT and white? House toys have to do with that. It's not supposed to make sense people. You're supposed to feel like you're going crazy. I'M GONNA. Take a quick break. This is a victim of chemistry. All right welcome back. This just came across my. Screen here. DC Mayor. Evict. Out of state, National Guard troops from area hotels evict them from area hotels. She claims Oh, no, no no I didn't do that. It was just a budget thing. We're not paying for though hotels to defend the White House. which isn't true at all? Actually she did or the forcible eviction of National Guard. Troops who have just pulled their fourth all nighter to defend the White House from the hotels. And she wants them out of the city. She, also presumably unilaterally renamed the street in front of the White. House Black Lives Matter Plaza, but more importantly she wants the White House undefended as that city continues to to come part at the seams. Thanks to the riots and the chaos. Wow, it's I mean. We are on the other side of the rainbow here. Folks, we are you know. Pick your pick your metaphor. We're through the looking glass. This is just bizarre. And that the media doesn't seem to do anything except repeat the nonsensical inane. Ridiculous. Statements. That the radicals who want to destroy this nation make because I. Don't know because they're believers. I don't know. Are they? Fearful, don't know. But, the media's doing nothing. Nothing. To expose any of this all right? More on this coming up on the show is, the show moves on through the afternoon I have Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald on the program, but in the in the in the vein of things that make no sense. We are GONNA stay in that vein senator. Good to have you on the program. Thank. You right in the vein of things that make no sense this is. We I mean seriously I've said to people. They're trying to make you feel like you're going crazy, but you are not going crazy. These things don't make sense Tony. EGAR's declares racism to be a public health emergency. Racism is a public health emergency, and in order to address the public health emergency non. Non Emergency orders apparently. Perhaps you might want to consider this. He wants the Republicans because you're in the majority in the legislature to take up a piece of legislation that would render police agencies in Wisconsin in capable of policing the streets, dealing with violence making arrests. He is he. He's saying if you don't do it, you are in favor of those. Jack booted thugs with badges. Right yeah. Spa Ninety two and I think it's a B-. one zero one two. Kind of a laundry list of things that have been cobbled together clearly by a couple of elected officials who pull their staff in the room and said. Kinda dream something off, there will be a wish list for the protesters I, guess is the best way to describe it and. Want for certainly wasn't consulted at all on it. And and I think that as a result of that. You know what you're. Scene is kind of this discussion. Of Yeah, you're either with us or against us, which is ridiculous, ridiculous Ishmael all right so. Instead of doing anything. I mean really doing anything to try to pull Wisconsin back from the mass that has been made. By the shutdowns. Instead of trying to help figure out how we'RE GONNA. Get kids back to school. Get the university back. Online I see. The university is asking for a billion billion dollars. He's putting out press releases trying to appease protesters. I don't so I. Guess we can say that. The governor is in favor of the riots that are now going to be responsible at least in Madison for twenty five percent down businesses saying they're not reopening. Responses Ban kind of to just lockdown everything on the square triumph prevent Fade Street from going up in flames again. And you know clearly the Mayor Madison certainly the county board and the and and Parisi the county exact I mean their whole thing right now is just. Well, let's work with them. you know, be confrontational and maybe this whole thing. Go Away on its own. It's not it's not going away on its own and peoples property are being is being destroyed each and every not just that in the evening to i. mean there's there's this group that now starting to pull together. I was at the Capitol this week. And and in the morning and I I was shocked to see Cedars about fifty seventy five people on the right off the state street on the square, and and it's kind of this ongoing. Refueling the whole idea that you know, we're going to continue to push and push them. Push until somebody says a now and You're not going to get that out of any of the elected officials. Are the Democrats this. Are they just all at the? For defunding police for taking away any kind of authority that police would have are they in favor of essentially enabling radical groups of people who want to tear down government empty out jails, the demands from the group. At least the group in Madison was to de-fund the jail to defend the police force to empty out the prisons and the jail I mean Tony is on is on on the record as saying, he wants a fifty percent reduction in incarceration across the board. So are there any Democrats? Democrats who are willing to cut ties with the radical left and and do something I mean because at this point. It seems like we don't need any more handcuffs on the police. We need to find ways to support the law enforcement agencies that are being cut off at the knees by the by the municipal governments in their budgets. Because you're not seeing enough police on the streets in Milwaukee, you're not seeing enough. Police on the streets in Madison, so are Democrats out there. They're all in on this. You know. There were a couple the first evening when the absolute criminal looting was going on and businesses were being. absolutely ransacked that that that's up. That said well. Don't destroy on community since then I think they'd become fearful that again if you say anything publicly about the looting or about protesters or about the mayor that you're gonNA. Get lumped in and and get ready because you're going to feel the wrath because they're not going to allow that so I think the cowering has started. It continues basically this entire week the. Death. The, so they're being. They're being threatened. You've probably already talked about the rapid response. Social Workers Right. Who are going to replace the police of course? And I'm thinking to myself. you know it was laughable initially, but it keeps coming back up as as we're supposed to take this seriously. At this point, we're supposed to replace police officers with social workers and mental health care officials, mental healthcare professionals, and you're also seeing the moved in this is already happening in the capital city in the capital city You're seeing a move to hire youth higher youth peacekeepers to replace law enforcement youth peacekeepers. That's what these radical groups are demanding. And something we learned, and this is something I knew last summer, but something. The State of Wisconsin learned yesterday. Taxpayer money is supporting these organizations. They've got DOJ grants. They have got federal grants. There is actual budget dollars are set aside, so it seems to me that the first order of business is to de Fund. The groups like Freedom Inc like urban triage like some of these radical groups that want to do absolutely nothing except unleash mayhem across Wisconsin de-fund. These groups let the. Set aside dollars, but at the same time it seems that there does need to be I. Think a state effort to support law enforcement, because it looks like the larger municipalities that have the bigger crime problems are being are being terrified into doing nothing except reducing budgets for law enforcement of seen that both in Milwaukee and Madison. We're trying to track which which we discovered months ago. was that so much of this federal money? That's been coming down. It goes directly to the executive branch and works its way into the agencies, so it doesn't even go through the Legislative Finance Committee, or certainly in in the standing committees, and so you know we're kind of discovering this. I know state, legislatures, and other states are are kind of working through that process as well. Some have a little bit more oversight than others but. You know that that's completely ridiculous and quite honestly I think. You know that's something that needs to be out that the federal level yeah well and also needs to be dealt with I. Think at the state level where constraints need to be replaced on what dollars can be used for 'cause I am I, am absolutely certain that the intention of DOJ grants justice grants to Wisconsin are not supposed to be used to fund political organizations that have an end goal of breaking down law and order and breaking down American governance I'm I'm fairly? Fairly certain that Neo Marxist groups that despise everything about this nation were not the we're. We're not intended to be the recipients of these quote. Justice grants so I think the legislature has a role to play here and set to say you can't fund overt politics, and if there's fungible dollars, if a group says well, we've got social workers, but that group also does political activity. If there's fungible dollars say I'm sorry. You'RE GONNA have to go. Find another another source of funding. Yet in the place, the place to to put. A chokehold on that is right before you go of any dollars over to the Attorney General's office. Josh colleague just gone. Wild with this stuff. It's the reason we did. The laying dot is to give more control over that office and thank God we did. so, what does the legislature working on now? Because it seems like you've got the political interests in the administration, all he does by the way is sign his name on press releases, and he reads it's I mean you see. Tony gave a press conference. It looks like a hostage video you know. Really he looks like he's just going through the motions, so we know it's his chief of staff. We know it's the political team that is running the show here. They're working on this stuff. They're looking for ways to worm. Worm, these radical elements permanently into into the fabric of Wisconsin Governance and make sure that that law enforcement is constantly on pins and needles and eggshells under threat of of a of accusations. Look what happened in Milwaukee. There was an arrest in Milwaukee with a with a restraint hold. That was put on somebody who was arrested and you had these very same groups. Blow it up to try to create a Minneapolis here and Milwaukee. Well the thing is we've had good success on that front. You know in two thousand fourteen did outside investigations bring somebody in and outside law enforcement agency to review I. Mean You know we did? The body can't sell and that was bipartisan. So that's what's frustrating about. It I think we've done a lot of good work on this front, and then for them to just jump off now and say we've got a great idea, and we're not going to consult with you or law, enforcement or any individual legislator that might have kind of specific interest, or you know being long been working on this stuff for years, and he's completely shut out. and. He just got attacked in the press. And the and the media ran with it, van. Guard is being attacked in the press two day for. This he's. He's a cop for saying. We're not gonNA. Take these radical ideas and reduce the ability of our police officers number one to be safe themselves number one and number two to keep people safe, because that's their job and he's being attacked for having some some calm rational response to this. Middle Ground I, mean you're either with us, or against the that's their viewpoint on it, and as long as that's the way teed up. You're not going to see any success in any front, but I think the Republican legislature as You know we find ourselves in a position of playing goalie again, but there are some really bad thing started. Come out and again, thank goodness. They're not calling special session and hauling everybody in there, so the Democrats could pass them crazy stuff in Wisconsin so I. I mean we we are. We are playing a role and they think we're doing a good job of that right now. Thanks for coming on the program and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald on the show. We'll take a quick break more on the parade of horrible 's going near weekend. I'll be right back. Democrats aren't going to be, brave. They might talk quietly. They might whisper. That they agree with Senator Juan Guard a retired police officer. Senator, Fitzgerald, I mean they might be having chats in the hallways with Republicans under their breath. About. HOW CRAZY! All of this is getting, but they're not going to stand. For the majority. Of Americans Wisconsin, they're not going to stand not not not in Washington DC. Where it is insane, it is insane to have the mayor of Washington DC. Try to evict. The National Guard. From the city. The National Guard are there to defend the city. And to defend the White House. That is insane. Democrats no that is insane. But they're not going to be courageous and say this is insane. Shop. I'll tell you why give you a couple of local examples. Sheriff David Moaning Dane County. He was paid a visit by the radical Marxist group. Freedom Inc. they vandalized his front line. They know where he lives. They issued threats. That's what happens. They're going after the radicals are going after Democrats. Yes, they're going after conservatives. But They're not changing our minds. Even legend even some of the week is legislators on the Republican side aren't going to throw in. With the people who want to tear apart law, enforcement and de-fund law enforcement. That's not gonNA happen. Even the weakest Republicans aren't going to do that. But Democrats will. If you, scare them. Gloria Ray as school board president in the Madison Schools Madison Metropolitan School district former mayor. She was paid a visit. She had her home vandalized. Protesters showed up in her. Way. Kind of feels like act ten. For those of you? Liberals out there Who are? Worried about experiencing this now you know what the Republicans in what conservative activists had to deal with during the at ten uprisings, but that's what they're doing. They know that they're not really going to make a difference. In threatening conservatives. They might scare people of running for office, but they are going to make a difference with Democrats. Who are afraid? To say anything. That is in disagreement. Why was Dave Mahoney targeted a sheriff? This guy is he. Is Awoken Sheriff? He was targeted because he was working behind the scenes to get a new jail approved. Why was Gloria Reyaz an Hispanic woman who is the president of the school board who has bent over backward to contorted herself into a Woke Pretzel? Why was she targeted because she didn't drop the hammer on school? Resource officers and get rid of them when the demand was to get rid of school resource officers. Michael Johnson is is a black man and an activist is. As progressive as they calm card, carrying member of Planet Wall Club. From boys and girls, clubs and Dane County. He's being targeted right now. Because he's not. Signing on one hundred percent with de-fund, the police empty out the jails redirect our law enforcement resources to these radical groups through the Wisconsin Department of Justice Josh. Cole knows better. The Attorney General of this state who seems to be living in a gopher hole and never pops his head above. The ground level except to see what's going on, and it scares the ever loving crap out of him, and so he's hiding under his desk, and just simply rubber stamping the demands of the radical left to move justice dollars into these groups and fund them. One group we learned. Got Three point six million dollars since two thousand fourteen. A group that is dedicated to tearing apart. Law Enforcement Our court system. You've heard about all of these. Da's Da's our elected positions. You've heard about Da's across the country. You've got delays in Milwaukee Da's and Madison D. as in Dallas in Houston in San Antonio in New York and Philadelphia and Baltimore name the city. That have been elected. By these types of organizations because those Chicago those days have pledged. That, they will not put young black men in prison. And? They're not doing it. You've seen the Democrats be forced to adopt force at almost at gun. Point their fears palatable. Forced at gunpoint almost to adopt these bill reform rules. I see a New York state judge finally drop the hammer and said New York police could arrest rioters and hold them for twenty four hours, because under the bail reform rules, they were being processed and released immediately. Democrats are terrified of their own. Brown shirts they're terrified of them. So unless the Republicans in Republicans aren't exactly known for their spines, unless the Republicans as a group as party. Stand up and push back and don't let someone say. Black lives. Matter is just an organization that is about you know promoting success in the black community, because it's not, it is about promoting destruction in America, and it necessarily will begin with wholesale destruction of black communities. I don't know how many of you guys saw this video yesterday. Put it up on my facebook page. An immigrant woman in Washington DC marches on black lives matter protests, which by the way is comp- is overrun with a bunch of woke white people and she starts screaming at them. I am free you do not care about black lives and she starts listing the reasons go to Chicago. Look at the murder rate in Washington DC. You don't care about the destruction, the poverty, the dependency drug dealing all she goes off on them. have nothing to say to her. Except to try to shout or down. This organization isn't about helping black people. So why is that? Republicans are so afraid to say it. Why is it that as a party? Why is it that that that president trump and the Republicans can say the word Antifa, but can't say black lives matter. These groups are working in tandem. They they were, they showed up. At. Dozens and dozens of cities and have shown up for the last five nights and dozens and dozens of cities. Simultaneously. That's not an accident. So why is it? The Republicans can't simply refuse to acquiesce to a lie. A lie. A lie that is part of now a mass delusion for a significant portion of the country. The lie that police are engaged in widespread systemic anti-black brutality. The lie that the only reason black men are going to prison is because police officers and societies. The justice system itself is racist. The lie that America as an idea is racist that that private property. Property needs to be seized. Because private property is a concept is racist. How is it so difficult to stand up and defend God, country, family, and the rule of law, and yet we find an awful lot of Republicans, trying to figure out ways to parse there words lest they fear being attacked by a propaganda. Press I'm going to take a quick break. Got An email from. Friend of mine who said well, maybe the attacks on. Liberals will encourage them to rethink. Tolerating the fringe tolerating the radicals. No, it won't it, won't it? Won't? It won't let me tell you why this idea that a lot of us cling to that well. Maybe they're finally going to get it. Maybe things will get so bad in new. York, that the Democrats are finally going to get it and throw the left-wing idiots out of the city councillor mayors office right you. Everybody thinks the same thing. In Milwaukee everyone thinks a madison. Things will get so bad and the liberals will have to live in the in the stinking pile that. that. They have created for themselves that they'll finally realize that they were wrong. No Ville put for sale signs up at their houses and they'll move. They will move somewhere else. They will move to Waukesha. They will move to Brookefield. They will move to German town. They'll move and they'll take their viral sickness with them. What is going on? Why? Why doesn't it just simply make someone have a reality check when when they're the ones targeted? Why can't they do that? Why can't they empathize with the Conservatives? Who have been attacked and targeted president trump. The Republicans in Wisconsin in two thousand, ten and the. Here. Why? Because they need to feel virtuous. They have to be the good guys they have that is. This is their entire sense of self. Liberals entire sense of self is gazing at themselves in the mirror and thinking they're wonderful I'm not kidding. Brainstorm level stuff folks, but you when you're encouraged to adopt the idiocy of Marxism in back when I was a college student, a graduate student I did this. You are discouraged from confronting data and discouraged from looking into history and discourage from analyzing reality using logic. You are encouraged to simply repeat repeat repeat. Repeat what people. People, tell you to repeat and while you're encouraged to do this. You are told that you're the good guy. You're the one who cares if it is almost a love bombing that takes place when you are surrounded by people who believe that America's the worst place on earth, and if you start to agree with them, you're such an intellectual. You're such a smart person. You're a good person, the idea of being the good person. is so it so self satisfying it? Triggers Malignant Narcissism in people that you can? I mean Gloria's doesn't matter who it is. Tom Barrack could get his yard span. He could have people protesting in front of his house. He wouldn't change a single position that he holds except to move even further to the left. Because the they need to be a to have the approval, they need to be told they're. They're the ones who are gonNA save everybody that sense. A virtuous self-satisfaction is so powerful. You'll endure a lot. And did you see all of the white people in the park that were repeating these just simply repeating a mantra, a pledge of allegiance to to black lives matter to talk about how horrible they were just repeating monotone at the exact same as a place like they were saying the pledge of allegiance. Mindlessly repeating it. That's what will that is what a true believing progressive will do before a true believing progressive will say I think those conservatives might have a point. And we have a lot of true believing progressives in America, there's a lot of them and the Democrats who also are not necessarily true believing progressives, but they're liberals who derived self-satisfaction from this idea that they're the guys in the white hats. They're the good guys. Won't. Stand up and. Resist even if they've got. A seed of rationalism and commonsense left in them. They won't resist. Out of fear of being called. From the group. That group is important for their very sense of self. That is why we're being we're. We're at a point now. Everybody's having to pick a side and you can't believe that Democrats are picking the side of total anarchy and destruction and riots, and you can't believe the media how come! The media isn't reporting this? How can they look at riots and claim that those are peaceful protests? How do they not see how the riots and the protests are just of the same piece? How do they not see that Antifa wants to destroy this nation and that black lives? It's on their website. They talk about what they believe in on their website. How do they not see it? They don't see it. Maybe even they do see it. They pick the side of malignant narcissism and self satisfying virtue. They're not gonNA. Come around. The Democrats aren't gonNA come around. You're not going to wake up one day and have you know all of the the people who voted in Bill de Blasio or Tom Barrett or roads conway? They're not just going to wake up one day and say wow. Did we make a mistake? Well I had this whole thing wrong I guess that. joss screaming about police. Doesn't help black people I guess. That is I look at the data here and I see that there really isn't any evidence. Whatsoever of systemic racism in the in law enforcement across America I guess as I see this I was wrong the whole time. Sorry I'm GonNa. Go in the opposite direction I guess i. see the destruction that's been wrought for the last fifty years in the American public school system that is. Alarmingly. Caught off black children from access to. Basic proficiency so that they are left. Detached from access to the American dream. I guess I was wrong about that. I think support school choice. I think all support education savings accounts. It's. It's delusional to think that if you if it gets bad enough. The progressives are finally going to reject. that. They're the good guys. I mean that is that that's day drinking stuff. This is the Vicki McKenna show.

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6/23/20 Being a liberal is having an insurance policy!

The Mark Belling Show

2:26:01 hr | 7 months ago

6/23/20 Being a liberal is having an insurance policy!

"Good afternoon Milwaukee this is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on news. Talk Eleven thirty. W I S. AD. It's sometimes of arquebuses. How stupid most of us are. See, everybody agrees that everybody agrees. Most people are stupid, but they all think that they're not part of most people. Most people are stupid, but they think that they're. They're separate from that. They're not one of the stupid ones, but they everybody agrees. The majority of people are stupid. What of the things that would indicate I think stupidity. Is Not figuring something out, even though it happens again and again and again and again, and again, and again, and again and again, and again and again, and again I say get all of those times to emphasize my point that it literally does happen all of those times. Liberals will push until they're stopped. And, if you don't stop them, they'll just keep on pushing. And when you think about it, that's logical. Magic somebody dropped a million dollars out of building was laying on the street. And you started. Pick it up. How long were you? Keep picking it up to somebody. Stop. You're right. You've got to take all of it. and. Liberals move fire more quickly than anyone on the right moves in part because. People on the right are always impeded. They're always stopped. We're not allowed to try to do anything. Whereas the path of the left often has no one attempting to stop them. See, you can go in just less than a month. Roughly Bud. George, Floyd. Now calls the take down the stained glass windows in churches. That's where we are today Shaun. King, who is probably one of the five best known African American activists of the United States now to get rid of all stained glass images. Of White Jesus White Mary White Christian. Figures want some all God. I mean we're only two days. Two three days removed from taking Christopher Columbus town from the Museum of Natural History in New York at we've now jumped to the white Jesus of the White Mary. You can imagine where we're going to be by the end of the week. no-doubt, what will happen is now that there's been this call from Shaun, King. You'RE GONNA. Start seeing some rocks thrown. That'll be the target. I understand why people don't try to stop liberals. Liberals are now. They've pulled off because they have control of the media, this very very powerful trick and that creek is that anyone who opposes them is a big it. If you therefore object to anything that they do, it's well therefore you're a racist at racism is the ultimate crime it can result in the rotation of your life so therefore you don't try to stop them. There's a goofy rural in the NFL unabated the quarterback. Very goofy world. Nobody understands it except me. You don't understand the role, do you? See He. What? Know while they do they just call it off it weirdly. When alignment Russia's offside on defense, sometimes they blow the whistle. Sometimes they don't. If they rush off site on defends and their unabated to the quarterback Phil. Blow the whistle, and not call them for offside, but call them for unabated to the quarterback. If they're simply rushing off side, though and the quarterback stamps, the ball of the guys still aways away to allow the play to go on. There is no player in NFL history who is a greater master of taking advantage of that that Aaron Rodgers if he thinks that the defense has jumped offside, he'll call for quick snap and he'll throw a bob because there's no risk. Passing Complete Five Year penalty of the defense passes complete decline the penalty and you score a touchdown, so Aaron Rodgers is always mad when they call unabated the quarterback because he wants that play to keep going on because he's got that free shot. Unabated to the quarterback is what lefties have. They're always that abated. No one is blocking them know whatever tries to block them. Society Life American. Culture is the quarterback and the lefties rush unabated to it, and they're gonNA keep sack at the quarterback because I'd like it football where it's a penalty. They throw a flag at the referee blows the whistle. I swear an hockey. What he dies. He'll be blowing the whistle right right right right in the casket. The WHISTLE HAPPY REF! We have to talk about the past in sports because we don't think we're going to have any sports in the future, so baseball's Union's supposed to vote yet. This afternoon unaccepted the. What are they down to another four game schedule? How fire if they've reduced it? My time essentially set a lug at some point. They're going to vote. Yes, because you have to be complete moron to be a player to say, we're not going to have a season and we're not going to be paid to do the job that we are paid an extreme amount of money to do especially when they hardly make me do it. You edge if they told they are going to give you eighty percent of your salary, you only have to work November. Dummies I can be taken that deal. I don't know they're pull it up fast off for crying out loud, you dumbbells. See Ed Hockey to explain to had hockey. League. A West is a whistle. Happy, Ref, you see a hockey game. They all asked four hours now. Hockey, League of REF. You knew that, didn't you? Yeah? I bet he turns out to be not whistle. Happy kids rebel against their parents. Probably we're here at all people making fun of him. Because his old man keeps an eye way hockey league blows. The Whistle Hockey League's got these big arms. He's all pumped up like a goop in that role. This leaves way up to the top. You see the big biceps he does. He's on camera plus he explains his calls forever what he explains a call. He just never want to have a game or hockey league referee. It's going to be all penalties. The game lasts forever. You better for tired is hockey retired. Handed the baton over to his son, because that other son that other hockey leagues out there anyway I debated the quarterback. That's what the left side. They're unabated. Nobody's attempt to stop them, and there's no referee to blow the whistle, so they keep going farther and farther and farther and fired and fired their and fire there and what we have had here because they move so quickly. They realized they take this giant leap on Monday. Nobody does stops, and so the leap from Monday to Tuesday as an even bigger leap in the leap from Tuesday to Wednesday as leap larger than that. You were going to have churches desecrated in the United States sued because they're going to make the determination that all of these images are racist. Simply Klay but that anything right than as a white person edit is racist, and no one objects, so it keeps happening, and it keeps going to the next level, and here's the thing I want to stress. This is not even though it's a fringe idea. It is not a fringe position. Find A prominent Democrat. Who is condemning tearing down of statues. seriously. That Shaun King that I mentioned the one who wants to get rid of all of the stained glass windows. He's the guy who introduced thirty. Sanders Bernie Sanders declared his candidacy for president this year. Actually late last year. He's a prominent supporter. Bernie Sanders he's. You Know Sharpton Get nolde. Sharpton UC charges. Try Hard to get relevant to get into the middle of these things but. Now Al Sharpton already been pushed it in like the old man's version of. Of Civil. Rights Activists Jesse Jackson what's Jesse, no one hundred and fifteen years old, so Shaun King sees himself as the do mantle of this and the way you get to the top in terms of being somebody who calls for changes. You've got a call for extreme change calling for a little bit of changed as it gets you Eddie headlights. And as I say nobody objects, nobody objects, nobody objects, nobody objects except trump. Trump and if you talk shows. You've had some Republican politicians. Senator Cotton has been speaking strongly, so have a few others over the last few days. But they don't get a lot of media. Amplification of the media challenged and no Democrats I mean the question ought to be obvious. Divert Sanders. Do you believe that statues of George Washington should be removed not? Do you believe that we should bust out all the stained glass window images of the White Jesus or not? These are the things that are being called for five Berry, very prominent people and they are increasingly happening. One of the reasons. That this happens in such great number. Is. It's just the way it works out. It's for reasons that are obvious almost all of famous statues, and almost all of our famous monuments. are at areas governed by liberals. Again! That's simply because. We put statues in my judgment by and large in the big cities. About Rushmore is out in the middle of the black killer in South Dakota? But you know essentially you're going to have famous statues, famous monuments, famous images, either in museums, or in big public squares in big cities. There's the occasional. Famous thing out at a small town somewhere, but the vast majority of our museums, the vast majority of our statues, the vast vast majority of our government buildings the places where all of these images tend to be. Kennedy diary dominated by Liberals now not entirely. Obviously, we're seeing tremendous cardiac statues down south and so on, but. You have right now last night. They had people standing guard all night around the statue of Christopher Columbus Columbus Circle. I mean it's called Columbus Circle. It's one of the most famous areas of New York City that there is. In the area near Central Park we're kind of like Manhattan turns into. It's a credible area, and there's The statue of Columbus right in the middle of it. Which is why it's called Columbus Circle. The traffic data goes around to the sort of. In a weird way it was the first round vote. They just made the circle because the statue was there, but it's. It's not really a roundabout, but it's a little bit anyway. They have people that are guarding it because they know that the people say well wear the police. Are they tear these statutes? If you watch this you quickly, these things come down. I mean remember. The only tab I think I've ever supported taking down a statue remember we took down Saddam Hussein's statue in the in the first Gulf. War Remember. That thing fallen down. That was a great thing. The Berlin Wall Dowd was a good take two other than that. Those are the only two times that our side was our side. Zephyr the beneficiary of knocking anything. They come down instantaneously, and you can't have police guarding every single statue at every single monument at every single work of art. And now apparently every single church in the United States. So as I say Shaun King, today is on the the white Jesus. The White Mary. These are racist which. The reason that they're pro-trade is is because of white privilege because white people where the people that set up these religions. They decided that everybody was white ad. It's all racist to do it this way and etc, etc, etc.. Everything therefore is rice is thorough this today and as I say that'll be the big call probably by Wednesday or Thursday the often something else by Friday or Saturday, and eventually you have no country. You have no heritage. You have no history. You have no mind you. You know art. You have no symbols. You have nothing laughed. And you'll look back six months after it happened. How did all of that happened? You say it's simple. Nobody stopped them. If, you don't like what what he's doing. You have to stop them. What statement I just made. If you don't like what someone is doing, you have to stop them now. For most people they're not in power or in position to stop anybody from doing anything. Sub Guy at Hartford Connecticut destroyed racks around. What are you supposed to do if you're in found the lack? Wisconsin obviously you can't do anything. But here's the key. The people who can do something are not. And until the people who are in a position to stop this, stop it. It's going to get worse every single day. This begs a really good question. What did they do any of this in the past? Most of these statues, most of these vitamins most of these works of art. Most of these flags other stuff that's coming out have been up for decades decades. Betty are well over a hundred years. Suddenly, we learned in two, thousand, nine twenty. Images the vile racism. Vile races all this time that we didn't do anything about it. And what about the people that are tear it down? Why didn't you care about last year? Why were you perfectly fine with twenty? and Seventeen Sixteen and fifteen fourteen in the last decade of the decade before that of the decade before that some of these eighty year, old lefties like Bernie Sanders eighty years old, as I said he was born in one, thousand, nine, hundred forty. That means he must've been fine with all this crap. In nineteen, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, nine, hundred, zero, Ted, and twenty suddenly all of this stuff that Bernie was apparently fired with. He and his buddies water rip down. There is AO A. Bartender from New York bet you probably walk past Columbus Columbus. Circle Zillion Times. Why didn't she throw spray painter rocks out at any day during the time that she lived in New York. But the the answer here is obvious, because until recently someone would have stopped them, and they would have gotten in trouble. That's the point I was making about using my football analogy. They always work. What are we going to do with football? But about not be able to use the football analogies. Nobody understand him because the sport water gist. Well the only sports that will exist that the ones that start talking about stating the obvious, but that's the thing that is if you want your thing to resume, you simply have to resume it. Whether it's schools sporting event at office. You have to start it. It's the hardest thing to do, but once you do. Nothing's going to happen. And then you can sort of proceed back to something approaching normalcy, but you have to be willing to do it same thing with these weenies around the county fairs, but WANNA keep pocketing paychecks. The biggest lily numbers of all the ones and received county. They're claiming that their excuse for CIA for cancelling the county fairs. They're afraid they were going to be sued resigned from the board. Take your lacy story, but off somewhere else that allow the people who are willing to take all of that and let them put on the fair, so in other words you want to be on the boards. You can be the high bucket. He buckets. You walk into the meeting down there, but you don't want to put on a fair. I digress, but I can't help myself. So on is knocking everything down and trash history, ed. You think it would. Some of these people did that are tash. Thou I mean as they sit there. In Heaven where we hope at least most of them are. Just gotTA. Be Shake their heads. Look what we did for our fellow bad. Look at the sacrifices. We bad look at how many of our contemporaries put their lives on the line. Look at how many of us actually died, and now we're being trashed. Because some entitled White suburbanite. Read some posts on facebook and decided that I was an evil vile preacher. Kind of remarkable when you think about it. That the people that are being trashed the most. Are the people who fought the hardest. To actually get rid of legalized slavery in this country very very few nations had that very very few nations actually had a war that dealt with the issue. When the United States was established, and slavery was established in the sows. There were powerful demands that it not be allowed to the north and some of those people. Who made those demands are among those that are being crash now and then you get all this collateral damage anybody that's white. Teddy Roosevelt manages to get thrown into this. Somebody made an interesting point to me. They always make these interesting points to me because they know there's no point. Make anybody else's a chance. I might bring it up on the air in. Somebody else will hear it. They could put it on facebook, but they got like four followers, so that doesn't do any good. They make these interesting points to be. They? Said Mark I'm willing to bet. That half the high school kids in the United States that WanNa Take Teddy Roosevelt Teddy Roosevelt on slaves. In other words they don't even know. The Teddy Roosevelt was the president forty years after slavery ended that they literally don't know that. That they go, know addy of this. They they no none of it. When you think about it, how would they? We don't teach any positive. American history as it is that we don't teach much American history. The people that wanted to get rid at by the way the Katie Roosevelt is going to be the new. York Museum of Natural History says he's down there. They're getting rid of it. They say they're moving it. Okay, find the basement that soccer overdid. Teddy Roosevelt prior to this, I. Don't think anybody never even heard that. He was considered Teddy. Roosevelt was lefties like I'm. He's considered the the great conservationist. The lefties pro environment. They'll teddy. Roosevelt what they're heroes. Save the planet all that stuff. What they like his role in the Spanish American war. They think that he said. `I. Colonialists well the entire United States of America was. Colonial on the other hand are colonial roots because of the fact that the British came over here. And said that we were there colonies. To say that we're colonialists is what we were, but understand why we stopped being a colony. We fought a war so we wouldn't be what anymore. All this stuff in which you say it's. Tell you what I said. There was a time in which everybody in America knew what I just said we used to be. Colonies fought a war so that we wouldn't be colonies said we'd be. Our nation was self-governance. It used to be the literally. Everyone knew that we now live at a country in which all sorts of people do not know this, and because they do not know what they fall victim to say. Wow, we're racist. These are terrible. Got Haul this stuff out of all that. And then, to say that somebody onto slaves. Oh well, my goodness gracious that person odor slave. Without any knowledge whatsoever of the history of it without any knowledge for that matter, even of what slavery is just try just try things out. Ask. The average person who's screaming and ranting and raving these days. Who owns slaves? Serious. who own the slaves. I don't think you'll get past boiled people. You won't get anything more specific than that out of them because they don't know. You hardly addy body in the south owned slaves. Hardly, anybody. It was only the rich people that had plantations. It's that like if you were like you're. If the eighteen twenty version of a radio talk, show host, you could have had nine slaves. Slaves were treated as property. It's why slavery was so terribly evil slaves were not considered. To be human beings at human rights, they were considered to be property at as such. They were valuable. The person, the middle class couldn't afford slaves. Slaves are largely individuals who worked for the ultra rich of the south on plantations. Now it's true. Southern population accepted this. And the southern population of citizens probably could have done something about it. But it's not like everybody who grew up in the south prior to eighteen, sixty was a slave owner. Hardly any of them were. Again the morality and immorality of slavery aside, that's a fact that as I say, nobody even knows anything anywhere. You said people. They're learning their history by reading a five word slogan on a protest side. And then in just a matter of a few weeks. I heritage and our work working statuary of a nation that took two centuries, three centuries, while two and a half centuries to put up are destroyed. You read some of history. And you see how. Back in all times a lot of the. Important works of art were destroyed by. In, religious wars, Muslims destroyed a lot of the Christian works in the Holy Land. A lot of works of art were destroyed in Egypt. The during World War Two. There was fear that Hitler was going to destroy so many of the images that exist that Europe because of his atheism. That he was gonNA knock down churches. A lot of it was preserved, but much of it was damaged. You talk about the tremendous loss. You haven't tremendous. Works of art are lost. At we generally decried that as a terrible thing, and now all of a sudden. Anything? That's got a picture of a white person out or A. Stowed Lebron's picture of white person, it's something that's considered to be evil, and let's just knock it down and busted up. Get rid of it instantaneously and their fallen right and left. The next thing to go of course is all the names. Now Tucker Carlson and a few others talking about Yale. As if that's going to get under the skin of the lefties. Yale's names going to be changed. I'll tell you right now. In Two thousand, twenty five Yale is not going to be called Yale. I'm not always right about these things, but I usually not only right I'm very conservative in my Taibbi. Lot of the Ivy League institutions were built. Within forced Labor Yale was a slave odor. Big Time University Ivy League lefties go to it. It has a name of course that has meaning beyond you know. Rice only wanted right white people to go to Rice. University just about anything. This could carry the name of somebody who was around in that era is going to be able to have racist. History tied them because that was the lay of the land at the time which again. I don't believe Adia denied. But the names go out and take a greater meaning the just that itself. Yale is named after gale, but it isn't named after Yale. What do you mean by that? Let me explain good. Madison. When you think of Madison what do you think of seriously? We can think of Madison. What do you think of? Liberals, what else? The capital. You're good, keep going. The university the Isthmus, the lakes lefty lunatics. State street etc.. How many of you think of James Madison? You see my point. In the debate over aunt, Jemima, which by the way has taken an interesting turn. The relatives of the the actress of the bottle, for whom and survival was drawn. Are strongly objecting to the getting rid of the aunt Jemima. Name. And logo on the pancakes. They say that. In fact, her second cousin speaking out aggressively said that she was very proud. Woman in the family has always been proud that she was chosen. To be that image. She wasn't slave. Chosen nineteen twenty five. And the caricature is essentially how she likes. It wasn't a racist exaggerated version of a black woman. It was a portrait of her name. Is Harriet I believe it was a portrait of that woman? And she was used to be the bottle and her family considers that to be a proud part of their history, and they don't think that there's anything racist that all about putting their ancestor out a box and naming a product after her. Anyway on the point about stepping forward and stopping. These moves from happening. When you think about any type liberalism that exists. The only thing that is stopped. It is something that stopped it. It's never stopped. It's own. Never. Trump has stopped quite a few things. We were a Rauch nitpicky regulations that were killing our economy. From stoppable. Quite a few other things that trump manage to stop. And then the combination of the corona virus. And the protests. Altered, the academy and altered trump's progress in a number of these areas in other words, trump was succeeded in all of these areas into the liberals realize we have to stop him. They did. If. You don't like what liberals are doing. It's not going to magically and just because you wanted to enter. Their suddenly guided his side. We've godfather far enough. We've gone far enough. What is he left? He ever said that. We've got fired off. What abortion! You would've thought they were. They were able to do abortions right up to the birth through partial birth abortion. That would've stopped then. They passed the Law New York. You could abort the baby even after it comes out of the womb. And they WANNA. Pass that every state. They tried to in Virginia before. People were horrified at what the leg which said. Liberals have never chosen voluntarily to stop. They sometimes change their bide. They flip flop all the time like. And it really is couple they'd ever get called on any of these things. Because the media. The ones that would call people had things look. It's just not that long ago, talked about this other show yesterday too big issue that we added Wisconsin two thousand eighteen after all of these school shootings was. We need to have money to get more cops at the schools and the state legislature passed that body. They pass all of these, Grad. School security grads and it wasn't offer cops. It was for door-lock, said cameras, and so on, but a lot of it was the provide funding to get law enforcement officers in the schools because a lot of the school budgets couldn't justify. Paying the local police departments and police departments didn't have the personnel power to devote to divert tour. Three offices of could community, so we put these grants, and a lot of it resulted in getting more police officers in the schools. This is a big push on the part of Liberals. And after they got their way out of this. because. What cops the schools so I will say inside they will stop themselves. They change their mind about something. But otherwise salons. There's something that they want to do. They never reach a point of well. We've done enough. That's as far as we're GONNA go. We toured out Christopher Columbus. We don't need to tear it out anymore, statues. Sometimes liberals are stopped because other liberal speak up and disempowered. That has happened, but in this movement as I say I can't find any liberals that are objecting to the desecration of works of art, statues, images, names of communities and so odd, and therefore I, just think it's going to continue in continuing, continue and continue and it just if the same thing with regard to. You couldn't imagine all the things. They shut out of the COVID. Until after it happened, you didn't imagine all of the restrictions that they would have cops going to people's houses because a key the next door neighbor kid was in the house. You will not be able to just take the extreme example of things that will be canceled. Things that'll be burned down names. It'll be changed. All of these cities that are named after sites. Will they still be named after saints? In ten years problematic to change the name of a city very very hard, very very inconvenient for a lot of people. Don't against it. The interesting thing is. That a lot of these cities that are named after saints are very very liberal cities. A lot of the cities that have said's names. I said he's that were originally scheduled. You know settled a colonialized spade like much of California. So anyway, those were some lots on where this is good. And what is it GONNA end. When is it going to end? When is it going to end? What is it going to end? When is IT GONNA to end? It is a good ad. And Liberal leaders right now. They don't see any reason to get in front of. This boss A. They're afraid to and be. They think that the buses succeeding for their side. We'll fight auto does. Republicans generally when they react to things other than trump. They reacted slow motion. That reaction is beginning now as I said some United States senators are following the lead of some talk, show, hosts and condemning. The desecration of our history. The condemnation in many cases of people who may have been flawed, but were on the whole deeply heroic, and in some cases, individuals were barely flawed at all. No more flawed than all of us have flaws. That have just been included in this trashing. Of Society. Is there any human being who fought more? To, restrict the Authority of government and keep the authority in the hands of the people the Thomas Jefferson. Slaves will he's from the south of the plantation sea other slaves at it. So therefore every other contribution, the Jefferson made is considered to be. Pointless. Now? There are some people who are trying to argue the make decided with even greater logic wondered why so many of our lefties objecting all of the other nations in which slavery was legal? And I think that answer is simple. These people just hate America and the slavery. Argument is the one that they are using to Bash America. They don't hate any other nation. They don't hate China. which. Essentially still enslaves its people by denying all right when you can force a woman to have. An abortion and ripped the baby out of her womb when you can send people off to reeducation camps never to be seen again. That's essentially slavery North Korea. The the entire country essentially is slaves to the power structure yet. Liberals are utterly on bothered by that. The Long History in Europe of slavery, the live history of slaves across the continent of Asia the number of slaves in history that we're enslaved in China's various dynasties that were in place. Southern Europe and it's like history slavery. People have been put into enslavement throughout almost the entirety of the history and the United States therefore was not unique and having slaves at a portion of our lad yet the to nation on slavery seems to extend only to the united. States is if we somehow invented it. That nobody else ever had slaves other than the United States of America. And the answer as I suspect other most liberals are stupid and don't owe anything about history. They just don't care that. Other countries had slaves. They simply want to condemn and rip us. At the root of all of this. I think it is now clear at unarguable. That most liberals don't like our country. Used to be. You'd say that you got a lot of pushback. Just like when you used to say. These liberals are all socialists use to get pushback. You don't get any pushback anymore. They denied being socialist forever and ever and ever and the next thing. You know they're all admitting the Socialists. They don't deny anymore that they are not patriotic I. Admit they're not patriotic. There's nothing about the country that they celebrate. Other than Barack, Obama five one president that they say they like. The crap it all over Kennedy now. They never much liked Johnson. Bill Clinton I mean that was Kinda. Hold your finger over your nose ahead. Pretend you're not smelling what you're smelling kind of thing the whole time. Andrew Jackson. Essentially the founder of the Democratic Party. Hate. They hit. The head Abraham Lincoln. The hate. The Republican Party the Party that was essentially founded to stop slavery from existing in the United States. Probably, party did not exist before eighteen fifty. Within ten years, they got a president. They got somebody elected president. The. whigs Veron, the the downside somebody to oppose the Democrats. They found the Republicans. Six years after they to the party. They're able to got himself elected president. Southern New dad well, but Lakers up to. They knew that he was going to get rid of since slavery. They broke off seceded. He's you get to see your part of this country. Next thing you know we had a war. Hundreds of thousands of dead. Cartridge. Did all that. Fighter history of anybody else did, but as I say the guy who did that. The Guy who had the Utah Watt to take God that. Suhel! You get a claim that patriotic. Their most famous athlete is a guy who won't stand for our national lead them. People keep asking me what the deal with brushfire Biz! Oh, I understand. What the deal with Brett Farve is. Politics it's concussions. Well, that could be that could be, but let's start with this before Brett. Farve had any concussions Brett. Farve wasn't exactly the sharpest tackle the tar tack of the drawer. Refers always been Weirdo too many concussions, perhaps the consumption of eighty five trillion painkillers. Might have numbed the brain a little bit. That's not Eddie of it, but five is facing potential criminal charges for stealing a fortune from in nonprofit contributions. He's got to change the subject and earn some credit him. Some street credibility as a good liberal. There's no better insurance policy. Then being a liberal I'm going to explain that next. That's a great lied. These lines I come up with off the top of my head. There's no greater insurance policy that big a liberal. You see all these ads that are on TV. Insurance adds that the weirdest thing I don't know why. The only insurance ad that's ever made any sense to be as progressive. But I don't think they're effective. I don't think they sell insurance. Progressive Progressive I thought was effective because it showed the rates at it showed the it set the best pretty clear you switch switch over to progressive. They'll save you the body. Say That all these others. I mean that guy that may have guy who the proof that may have is ineffective of. State Farmer Allstate I. Keep Mixing Up. Is Mayhem, state, farm or allstate? Think about that. We've seen that commercial ninety five billion times and nobody even knows the commercial is for. You. I The may have accept the insurance. Companies are all on sports. Those of the things I don't TV for there's those. It haven't been gone for fifty years. You goof. That may have things been on for a decade. The same guy, the guy that crashes into the car he's got the. Don't tell you don't know what I'm talking about. I just think all those insurance ads for all the money that they spend on them a really really. They don't seem to be selling insurance. It's like beer ads. Ads used to back in the sixties. Sell Beer. All, Styles Commercial Bob Popo. They set it out. The freshest water that some said all the came all the way down from Canada. We always laughed about that. Some say all the way from Canada. Yes, sub, WHO's sub? Let's track that water really all the way down from Canada, or did you just pull it right out of the river? Some. Say All the way from Canada. Were that water came from it came from. It came from the same river that. Guys I would like take a leak from after they were doubt on Third Street of across. The water came from that, so we got our water supply the cross. That water went straight into the brewery I've seen the pipes I took that bro Retour. Nobody Times I actually know what crazy is is a great brewery. Let old style to bed that went under. So many of those beers went under. You know you know who is responsible for old style. Going under the brand is still made by somebody limit brewery. That Companies Law God. You know who's who's to blame for. Take a guess. It's gotta be somebody. Knows, it's a person. Ronald Reagan. Stroke? But you think I'm exaggerating. You think until it a joke, don't you? I'll explain. Back when the brewery business, this is a good story, I do, it has nothing to do with nothing but I'll get to my insurance policy. Back when the beer industry was consolidating, which was. The early eighties it was clear that you had to in the beer business bigger be better. Distribution Networks regional breweries were essentially all the regional brands like coors used to be a western brand only Schaefer was only the east. They were all they knew they had to go national, and they would go wonder you know. National Advertising was the way things were just running region. Alaska's very hard to be able to pull off and you need to have a national distribution network and. The breweries were all tried to consolidate with one another and the ones that didn't. Consolidate and get on top essentially died. It's why Schlitz exists as a brand, but the SCHLITZ brewery is dead. I mean there are so many of those those beers were pro hams, prominent brand names back in the day that their name is still out there at owned by somebody else slapped the name on, and maybe they're using the recipe, but the brewery itself went under, and the same thing was happening with. Highlights. And heileman brewery of Lacrosse wanted to merge. And there were discussions with paps. There were discussions with slits eventually. They're discussions with Stroz. And when they tried to merge the Justice Department came in and blocked it and ground that it was an antitrust violation, because it would have created a noncompetitive environment, which that was the most dub Reagan was a free marketeer, but his Justice Department would occasionally step in an antitrust thanks. To say that you know the number four bro regret buying the number seven is going to create something. anti-competitive was ridiculous with everybody saw the anheuser Busch and Miller eating the entire world well, the merger was blocked at eventually. Highlands was taken over by somebody else. I think it might have been Stroz and you know they're just. One company took over another after another after another at all. Those oh breweries die, but it was Reagan Justice Department, Blocking the merger of visit pap that they were trying to buy vitamin paths not sure. I'd have to ponder that went through, but high limits tried to take off for another Brad. It was killed in. A few years later high, Levin's itself was taken over it. That brewery still exists in the cross at it's used for other things they brew couplet crappier than they make some bottled water entered in so odd, but back in the day old style. You know that old style was for years the biggest beer brandon Chicago. Dominant. Dominating just advertising, they were in that market so big. They couldn't dominate Milwaukee because the Milwaukee brewers is so big and. There's ran those commercials. They they were they advertise that cubs games for ever and ever and ever. They kept rather that same commercial. Ball, Bobo Balde. Then the guy tells us. This is thirty years abroad that commercial. They talked about crazy. The better way Abreu in the beer and the key was the water. From God's country, they kept saying God's country. God's because God's country that that that would they met Lacrosse. Crosses beautiful but God's intervene. I went to school there. We all cleared. Yeah, where do you go to school God's country. Right it was like line against the nobody ever called declare God's country. My grandmother the entire time I went to. Lacrosse was convinced that I went to Clare Cheat always tell People Marco's the Collagen Auclair. Always. Always did not matter how many times corrected and I did everything is. She didn't have Alzheimer's or anything. She wasn't like okay she was. She just could not get it out of her that they're both in Western. Wisconsin and they're both French. So. I bet that probably happens a lot. People mix up Lacrosse it unclear. The people think they're right next to each other. Well, you should notice. How far apart are they do? It's a good seventy seventy five miles. They're just both out there, but. Like they're not near anything else, you know they're out there. All right. That's enough of that. Three fifty two news. Talk Eleven thirty, W? It's time for rapid traffic. forty-three Ninety four northbound closed at Beecher Street now with me. What No side is making fun of you? You didn't respond. Usually jump on a kind of baiting that I do. What were you saying about? The traffic that we're closed on forty-three, ninety, four northbound, add the beecher street exit. We've got police activity to the north of that point, so your next opportunity to rejoin. The freeway is going to be at the national, avenue, on ramp backups, coming all the way from Howard Avenue now up to that closure, so the sooner you can jump off the freeway. Obviously the better off you'll be. You can head for six street or seven ninety four course as alternates there, but you WanNa avoid that closure again closing down the freeway at the Beach Exit Street. From what I was saying is you went to Platfo? Nobody ever called that God's country. No, not at all now on the pecking order of things I want to cross. You went platform and Paul went to Oshkosh. We all know what the rating. Order I Asia. That is the crosses I plat. Villa's second and Oshkosh is last that that that is the way it is that I know anybody who were dare object to. That is just just lie. You understand your pecking. Order is your in last place in those three right? You're not saying anything you don't see. You. Don't even have it in your to try to argue the whole thing they'll do you. Know What. Paul does say you're not fighting that. You're below Lacrosse, but you are saying you should at least duke it out with John. Wyatt Platt bill per second saved I remember I lived in Oshkosh the thing I have against Oshkosh. Is The cat the campus is just it's ugly. It's not you know that. It's not conscious the campuses that it's not the campus faulted. It's ugly I. Mean You put the thing in? OSHKOSH YOU'RE GONNA. Get an ugly campus. The only way they could have made that campus beautiful as if they were to put another lake scissor the river I mean the Fox river dumps into Lakewood, a Bagel and Oshkosh, but it wouldn't have been the right place for a school now if they had built at school on the lake, the way uw Madison's on the lake that it would have had that going for it, but. I suppose I ought to think I the only reason. I like to say platform above oshkosh is back. We asked cash was bigger than platform, and you would bump into more kids in college from Oshkosh. It was easier to make fun of Oshkosh plus we always call the Uw zero which gave me. Tremendous everybody does. and. That's almost a given. That's not even that's not even creative to come up with that pulse. No, it isn't even funny. While it isn't funny, it's a nice cheap shot to. See the the thing. The plateau benefits from it's the same issue. That stout has its anonymity. Yeah, that's it. Nobody can really very few people have been to either other than the actual students, because neither community is like on the main drag pat. They're both off the beaten Licko platform. You have to aim to Plat feel anybody who's driving West on I. Ninety is going to end up going through Lacrosse. Add you go past Askashi if you're. You're you know you're in forty? One or it's in the Fox valley, and all of that stuff plaque does kind of tucked away doubted there. Oh, it's hitting. See I thought that the other thing the thing that Platfo had going for it, but saw so that they didn't have going for. It was yet the bears for a long time. We did yeah I worked for. Bears, Cam, yeah, which that had to be kind of conflicting right. Now to be a big thing to have. Shoot bears. It filled up. That town I mean that was. They were good to yes. That was the DICTA and won the Super Bowl. Man All that yeah. I suppose if you're going to have the bears at a time. I don't know. Would that be better to have them when the? When the stories that come out of that town from those guys, because that was back when players didn't care about Oh, yeah, keeping fit and all that stuff so. Breaking Training Camp and all of that the stories from the packers of the sixties, and the seventies about sneaking out at training camp at all of that I worked, I worked at the front desk at the end of the thing. Though if you're a bear in training camp of Platt Phil, what would the point is the campaign? It's okay, but not just the platform now there's a handful of I, had some coeds, but wasn't platform. Platform kind of a guy school. Yeah, it's all engineered. It's split. That's my that was one of the reasons. We're a college and you guys like me. Who couldn't get any lacrosse women? We would think let's go to another campus, but they don't know what Dorks we are, and maybe we could try to get somewhere, but the women there we never thought of Platt Bill because we just unless you're gay. Why would you go there? Guys. We heard that there were a lot of women stout. That was confusing as to how to get to. I just remember Ba Ba may have changed, but back in the seventy stout was huge for home, AC and Mac home economics that teacher. That was a major disciplined for teach. In the schools I mean boys back admire? Boys took shop and girls talk right home. Economics and I started a huge program for that, so there are a lot of girls that were there, but we don't know how to get to sell it so we. Think you just follow the river no. NO THE WE! There was a an all girls Catholic school in Lacrosse. Turbo verbal, and. The the the upside for it is, those women were beautiful, and I think it was still all girls at the time, and now co educational is almost all of them were, but the Ba- turbo women for whatever reason they were rather. Beautiful, the downside was it was rather small land. It wasn't like we were the only people that figure it out well. Let's just go hit verbal women after striking out with all five thousand women at Lacrosse. Anyway. None of those stories were interesting, but I enjoyed telling. It's my show I could do what I want. I could adult myself a little, and then I realized after a certain point. Kicks it I still WanNa have a career. I haven't forgotten about that insurance policy. Remember the insurance policy thing. What did I. Tell You what the insurance policy was Paul. What is it? Liberals ass? That's it you're all still. You all remembered all of this nonsense that trick. Ashkar store you OUGHTA. Tell my favorite ask us to. Remember I live for your and Oshkosh that was the first city I lived in after I graduated from college I worked at a radio station. In is Kashi grafter. Remember the era this was. Well it was. It would have been nine hundred eighty We, think. Seventy nine, seventy, nine I lived in Oshkosh Yeah! That's right well. Think about America one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy nine. What was every single young person doing one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy nine? You I guess. Maybe guys know. Just go dancing walking down. The street that runs right to the vet. What Paul? What's the street that runs right through the middle of the Ash? Cash High Street I. Can Be more appropriate and this the street that runs right to the middle of the campuses high-street. That's like the main drag. Ask if you talk about simple city ashes, the two main drags are high street and Main Street I. Might Not right I those the two main drags. Yeah. There was the New York that what a jolt that was New York. New I didn't live too far from New York Avenue. I lived on Congress. Remember where that was. Yeah, that's where I lived. I lived in I lived in a shack shack on Congress street. I lived in the. dwayne gay and I lived in the downstairs in two women who hated US lived in the upstairs of the duplex. Then he left or got fired or it's very. Very clear as to why he left, and I had the downside all to myself and. Yeah I mean I never was a pot smoker, but what I do is get my goodness. I you talking about secondhand smoke I felt like stone the whole time I was in Ashgabat just from the stuff wafting away from two miles away on the campus. This is getting dollar and dollar John You have to do a sponsor. Don't even charge it. It's not even worth while they. They would pay for the actual information you gave. Thirty via San Mark belling late afternoon show. Being liberal is the ultimate insurance policy. We all know. That people are losing their careers. All over the place for saying the wrong thing doing the wrong thing tweeting the wrong thing. Checking the like box I'd Youtube or liking something on facebook that they shouldn't have liked. Or something comes up that they did in the past ten years ago twenty years ago thirty years ago forty years ago. What are the things from the past that is nuking people out of course is doing black face. Now. Almost throughout my life, black faces been controversial. And in at least the last recent number of years has been considered to be something that is overtly racist. But even during the time that it was controversial, people would do it and they wouldn't get into trouble for it. But they are retroactively getting in trouble. You'll recall that during the break cabinet, I hearing somebody was remember. He get in black face. All these things that are breaking up that may not have even been true, and if it was true, it was thirty five forty years ago, but that was supposed to be a disqualifying thing. Doing something in black face, a white person, making themselves up with black makeup or black face paint in order to appear to be black is considered now to be an undeniably racists thing. At if you ever did it, you better hope that no images ever come forth because it will be used against you destroy you for life. there. Is it no repenting for that sin lots? Your Allegro. I don't know that there is a prominent contemporary American celebrity who has appeared more in black face the Jimmy Kimmel. It's hard to say. Jimmy Kimmel is the most liberal of the late night. Talk show host, because that is a battle that they fight out every day to see I suppose Colbert might be considered more to the left, but Jimmy Kimmel's way out. Eddie Wares is liberal is about a sleeve. Nobody tries to pass himself off as politically correct. The Jimmy Kimmel Yet. Nobody has appeared in black face for the Jimmy Kimmel. He's again and again and again and again and again and again and finally some people have been calling him about it. Yesterday Fox News found additional video of more instances of Kimmel doing bits and black face. There had been an extensive series of them including the Carl Malone video that gets shown all the time. Facts. News is now finding. Bits from comedy clubs, the Nineteen Nineties in which Kimmel was wearing black face, impersonating snoop Dogg. and. Using the N. Word, not a version of it the N. word. In other words, kill is dressed up in black face. Snoop Dogg Snoop Dogg, the rapper who of course was using that word all the time. Snoop Dogg for those of you not aware is black. Kim was using the and word while in black face. This is in addition to skip that. He's not in black face over the years. KIBBLE is not doing show this summer. There is some speculation that ABC is considering canceling him because of all the racist bits out of the past. Kimmel merely says he's taking some time off to spend time with his family. Dono in any event. He did today finally issue at apology. Now you listen to this apology at imagine a conservative. Who did one tenth of the racist material that Jimmy Kimmel? They'd be able to pull this off. I have long been reluctant to address this. As I knew doing so would be celebrated as a victory by those who equate apologies with weakness and cheer for leaders who use prejudice they of IDA's. That delay was a mistake. There is nothing more important to me. Your respect and I apologize to those who are genuinely hurt or offended by the makeup I war. or the words I spoke. Not that's hardly a wholehearted apology he apologizes for. Those, who were genuinely hurt? He doesn't apologize actually for doing it. He apologizes to those who were genuinely hurt. He throws in January late to exclude of course, the people that are just using this takeaway after him Jimmy Kimmel even though it's been liberals who been using black face and other images, the past two new coat Eddie conservative they could find. For people who are saying well, you shouldn't be bringing this stuff about. All these many years later. Jimmy Kimmel US black face. In impersonated the comedian George Wallace in two thousand thirteen. He used black face imports Karl Malone and a video in the nineties. Among the others that have come to light. and audio track Christmas album that he did in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, six, according to Fox the Christmas album was only discovered. Now gets nobody ever actually bought it Jimmy Kimmel. Ninety six is like nobody. This is when he was out there during the man show. With who's that guy? He did it with that. WAS IT Adam Sandler? Somebody else. lose the guys. The man show. No, he's. He's a comedian He's out he's on. He's on all the time. He's more conservative I. See the Guy Right now. He's got dark hair. Anyway. Who was? Was it at an no, it wasn't Adam Sandler. Come at the man. Show is a big it was. It was the thing he did before he was on the Jimmy. Kimmel show. Adam Corolla Adam Sander Adam Corolla. So. This is even prior to that this one thousand, nine hundred six nobody knew Jimmy Kimmel was put. This album owed this comedy album, and that's what he was throwing the Edward routing when she was. Doing the whole. Snoop dogg thing. So anyway now he just issued this apology. One of the reasons why liberalism is such, an effective insurance policy is if a liberal is that the person doing the offensive thing is a liberal Phil generally. Leave him alone and. We conservatives have been smart enough. To use the tools against lefties that they use against us. No, it's always hilarious. What liberal set up these traps? And they get caught up on them themselves the sexual harassment trap. The one that's been occurring the most still there. It's never the calls and the right to go out and destroy people on the left for doing the things that people left us to destroy those the right which leads us to. The Queen of black. Face Tina fey. It's hard to imagine a bigger. Female Comedian and Entrepreneur Tina fey. She is legitimately a superstar. Not only the shows is that she stars in, but the huge volume of shows that she produces. Tina fey has used black face at a number of episodes of the TV show thirty rock. Those shows that are circulating in Rerun Bill Forever Tina Fey is now asking the studio that controls thirty rock reruns to pull out of circulation, all of those that include black face. So what Tino! When you get those shows you didn't know black faces offensive. Remember as I said black faces Ben Controversial at the very least as long as I've been alive. There are people who thought that minstrel shows were awful in the sixties and Seventies. When Kid Ganzi did it with Whoopi Goldberg Twenty five years ago or so. He got a lot of crap for it. Tina fey did a log time after that he defended. Who of course thinks that everything donald trump ever says is racist. You'll it if they found video of trump in black face. You're Tina. fey Had Tina Fey has made a cottage industry out of black face. Well I apologize. Let's talk about a circulation and that's it. That's it charts policy teeter a liberal. Leave her alone. And Conservatives not smart enough to try to destroy Tina fey over this so for liberals. This is a tremendous weapon. They have come up with something claim it's races. Just newco people in the right right and left right and left right left, knowing that the Conservatives will never use that same weapon against you. But if you're not a liberal if you're just a regular old person. You. Don't even have to be racist. All someone asked you a suggested erases and. You're done and unfortunate story to share. About a regular person who doesn't have the benefit of the Jimmy Kimmel, Tina fey insurance policy news talk seven thirty wins on Mark belling late afternoon shelled. Venture the Liberal Insurance Policy. It doesn't always work Harvey Weinstein. Weinstein tried to cash it in two. Weeks allowed from underneath. Decades of sexual assault sexual harassment. Playing the casting, couch and so odd. Didn't work for Matt. Lauer put by-in-large. It's pretty effective tool. Behavior particularly from the past that people have engaged in forever and ever and ever you have a good chance of ducking. Like for example, Jimmy, Kimmel or Tina, fey, black face where other people are seeing careers being destroyed devastated. For far less offensive racist behavior than that. And then there's this. The mere suggestion, perhaps that you're racist if you don't have any power base tap into. Dear Mark The office manager at an assisted living and memory care facility and say it. From the beginning of the COVID outbreak, the staff has been advised and strongly encouraged by the owners and the nursing staff to tell family members and residents to stay in the facility, unless they have a doctor's appointment or are in need of medical attention, last Sunday I was covering the front desk, a relative of a very elderly memory care resident came to take the resident out for a drive I heard one of our ends explained to him the danger he was putting his sister and the other residents by taking her out. After he had been out with his sister. He came back to the door to tell me that they stayed on the campus of the facility. I told him that staying on campus. Does it matter? He is out in the world and his sister is basically I locked out. That it makes it very difficult for us to track the origination of the virus if he takes her out. While idea to raise my voice I was not rude, and did not call names or use vulgar language the next day I called him, and apologized for raising my voice up, and I reiterated that my concern was for his sister and our other residents. On Wednesday I was fired from my job a job. I love and was very good. At in fact, I have numerous emails of the owner of the facility saying what a great job I've been doing. I received a bonus in my paycheck last pay period, and was offered an extra day vacation for going above and beyond during the cold outbreak. I expected at the worst to be written up for raising my voice against the family member and have it go into my file instead I was dismissed because the family member claimed racism. The majority of the people on staff at this facility are black. I would challenge the owner of the facility to do a poll of how many of them believe I'm racist. I don't judge people by their skin color, but on whether or not they are jerks or not. I'm going through divorce and ed the process for over two years now. My four kids and I relied on this job to see us through now I have nothing. She yelled at a black guy and he felt that it was racist and. The owner that facility deciding, but the path of least resistance was got rid of the employees I don't know what happened. I wasn't there and I'm working. Obviously only had her version of events, but she doesn't have any power. She doesn't have any cloud. She just office manager the operator the facility. Does it why they have to put up with anybody accusing him of racism, so she's fired. She is able to fall back years of goodwill sucking up to lefty, fellow, travelers, life, Tina, fey, or Jimmy Kimmel or many of the people on the left who could easily survived something like this and often pre people as peons all the time without regard to race that is the lay of the land in the United States today, and as I say it will continue to get worse and worse and worse so long as we allow it to get worse and worse and worse, standing up for Milwaukee. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on news. Talk Eleven thirty W I S. While we have been focusing on. Kuroda virus. And while we have been focusing on race relations in America Following the protests and demonstrations after the George Floyd killing. One of the. Huge story! He's going out of the United States this year. Is being virtually ignored by the media. I alluded to it. In one particular city yesterday today I want to localize this to bill walkie, but I discussed the national trend. All over the United States there has been a incredible increase in the rate of violent crime. In many cities, the murder rate has exploded. Now murder rates fluctuate from year to year. There's just the margin of error. You know a city of I'd have ninety one year at eighty, the next one hundred the year after that. The numbers really haven't moved all that much from year to year. This year. There's been an explosion. The numbers have really picked up over the last several months. It doesn't take a genius. To think that there may be a correlation between. The lockdown some Kuroda virus and a dramatic increase in violent crime. Now would there have that increase head Kuroda that occurred had there been no lack. We don't know. And the numbers were up even before this, but as I said they've really exploded during this period of high. One of the most extreme cases of an increase in the murder rate is in Milwaukee. I mentioned yesterday's program that the media doesn't even cover it anymore, and the media never seems to what a headline this. The only killing that has got nanny attention in Milwaukee over the last number of months was the off duty. Killing by Milwaukee Police. Officer of a guy went to his party. It wasn't even a police related killing the police officer wasn't on duty. He wasn't doing anything duty related. It was a dispute that occurred at a party nonetheless. It was a police officer that was involved in the so the story has gotten a lot of attention, but the larger story of. The explosion of murders in the city of Milwaukee has been generally ignored. Added it's obviously not bothered. Any of the advocates for the African American community, even though a disproportionate number of African Americans are among the victims. Of these murders? This brings us to the city of walkie. I've gotten my hands on. A report issued today by. One of those think tanks follows police issues. There are various organizations. They got a grant to. Deal with certain things, and some of them deal with police law enforcement other types of societal issues. This group is called the Police Executive Research Forum. They get a big grant from the Howard Buffett Bonday not Warren Buffett Howard Buffett completely different. Guy He provides the grant they have. This big foundation has got a staff and. They, do daily updates on things that are going on in policing across the United States. Let me quote from the report. Violent crime is increasing sharply especially in some cities. The three cities that they have cited for the biggest increases in violent crime this year. New York. Indianapolis And Milwaukee. The report says crimes are at a high point. Going back years in other words not only is the rate of violent crime in Milwaukee higher than last year. It's one of the highest in many many many years particularly the murder rate. The report goes on to say that the COVID nineteen pandemic. Seems to be a key factor and rising crime. What of the factors is the number of individuals who have been let out of jails? Because the fear that inmates. We're GONNA contract the virus in jails. Criminals out on streets likely to commit violent crime, the other factor in place that's been cited. Many courts have been closed, so a lot of people haven't done intake cases. I delayed and individuals therefore are out on bail for a long period of time. There's also some suggestion. That is police enforced. To Rutta rod forcing lockdown orders that they haven't been doing the normal type of patrolling. Now before we get into that Kale in Milwaukee I should note. that. This increase in violent crime is before. The expected radical cuts and police budgets are likely to come out. This is before for example we have the ten percent cut in the Milwaukee Police Department that the Common Council seems determined to make. This report goes on. And have linked it up by the way on belling dot com, but again it's the police executive research forum and they follow police issues. They then went and interviewed a number of police officials at various cities, including the ones that I mentioned New York Indianapolis. And Milwaukee. The to tap milwaukee. Police officials that are quoted in the report are Leslie Theo who's in inspector. And Terrence Howard another inspector, I'm sorry, Terrence Gordon another inspector. This is Leslie feel has to say as quoted by. The police executive research for. Quote. Our homicides are way up. We haven't seen these numbers since one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety one. We have eighty-six homicides this year compared to thirty seven at this point last year. MILWAUKEE. So! We have a one hundred thirty two percent increase. We've had an increase since fall. But it is increased immensely over the last couple of months. We did have a couple of mass shootings, but a lot of shootings tend to be related to drugs or silly disputes. We've had a big increase in domestic violence shootings now levey interject from what Leslie say. As you know I predicted this at the beginning of the culprit lockdowns that were going to be all sorts of unintended consequences. When you lack people, volatile family situations together in the same home forever. There's no job to go to new buyers. Go to outlets. You're likely to see an increase in domestic violence I guess domestic rely on rebate related killings. Undeniably, this is happening. Back to Leslie feels comments in this report quote. We're basically not getting any support from our common council, or are fire and police commissioners. They have talked about potentially cutting more of our budget. The attrition rate is very high the last couple of years and it's going to continue this year. We have had a lot of people. Come forward and basically say they've had enough and. We've had younger officers who have been on for a year to ten years. They've reside. Their families through any news stories that will come out if they were involved in anything. It has been difficult and morale is low. We're doing the best we can. Our officers are still out there. Taking their assignments and some are still trying to be proactive, but overall I think the feeling is. That they'll do what they have to do, but proactive policing is minimal right now. Now again. She makes this comment to people that are studying trends that are going on in contemporary policing. Many people have commented on this that the push they have police. Stop being so aggressive in but again and ask people go God, that this is resulting very little proactive policing no police officers if they see something suspicious I going to look into it. They're gonNA. Wait until something happens to do. They're told why. Enter and get yourself into trouble. That's clearly the attitude. Police officer see something suspicious is GonNa to come in and the all you asked me? Does he got out of my baby? Because I'm black. It was racist. That's the he's has led me. That's me now the next, Milwaukee Police official quoted in the report. Is Inspector Terrence Gordon. This is what he says. Toward the end of last year, we saw an increase in people getting killed over marijuana. This year. Prerecorded and toward the beginning of Covid we saw a big spike in intimate partner and family violence in the past month, or so, it's been driven by disputes, so it's a combination of factors. I think the fact that police departments in major cities are distracted right now is a contributing factor everywhere. It is definitely an issue here. Our Department is distracted with politics, enquiries, demonstrations, everything you can imagine except serving the neighborhoods. We come to work to served. Morales. But. People don't have low morale because of something chief dead. It's because they're afraid that nobody in this community is going to stand up for them. Similar walkie police inspector. By the way, terrence. Gordon is African American. Let me read his quote again. As to why morale in Milwaukee is terrible. It's because they're afraid that nobody in this community is going to stand up for them. In Twenty five years, I've never seen it like this. I never thought that I'd see the day. Where a Milwaukee police officer would withdraw from the community, they swore to serve. But I can see it beginning to happen right now, and it's just terrible. Because on the other side of our, because on the other side of all these crimes. Are Victims. I grew up during the crack wars that Milwaukee. But there is a wildness out there. that. I have not experienced in my city before. There are bullets flying everywhere. Right now. Earlier today there was an investigation and I forty three on the north side about shots. Being fired the freeway. You heard John Wyatt. Say earlier this afternoon. Visit Investigation on the South side on forty three ninety four southbound near Beecher street about. Shots that may have been? Heard in the area. That's just two separate instances today as I said. The homicide rate in Milwaukee has exploded. The suggestion is that one of the problems and other officers have cited this and other cities is that detectives are not able to go out were cases because almost everybody has been assigned to do the work to patrol the demonstrations that have been going on? The cities that have had riots and Milwaukee really only had the what extreme night. Of rioting, but the cities that have a riot. All hands on deck handled. Try to deal with all of those things. So you see, but in the case of both Theo Gordon. The to Milwaukee inspectors are saying this academic journal. The pilots police issues is morale is very very low. Police officers don't feel as though they have support and in the meantime, the rate of violent crime is. On the incredible increase, domestic related in particular family disputes, all manner of things bullets flying all over the place so here we have an actual crisis. With the majority of the victims, being minorities in the majority of them, being African, American. Yet no one right left in between focusing out or carrying about it at all. Instead the obsession. Over police shootings and Minnesota and Atlanta. At an off-duty shooting in Milwaukee that appears to be very similar while the eighty six other homicides have occurred this year. Something that happened. It's a result of a dispute. That had nothing to do with law enforcement. I mentioned earlier that you can't find a democratic politician. Can't find one. Who will stand up and say that we've gotTA stop? Tearing down the statues and top tearing down these these historical images and stop changing the would. Other than Joe Biden a brief statement. Try to find a Democrat right now. WHO's going to stand up and say? that the calls to reduce our police force are terrible. AD! You don't see anyone at all talking about the fact that we're seeing this radical increase in violent crime. The Chicago story that we cited yesterday's show fourteen murder just over the weekend Chicago, one hundred and four shot. MILWAUKEE. We're on track. For the most number of murders in the city since the year that the number spiked because of Dahmer. Where eighty seven compared to thirty six. That's not a blip. Something's happening. And it state of dealing with that something. We're going to make it worse. By suggesting that the police officers be less proactive, less aggressive, less willing to intervene. Anyway this report that includes comments from officers at a number of cities new. York in Indianapolis, in addition to Milwaukee I have linked up and belling DOT COM. It comes from. I think the covers police issues. It's funded by both Motorola and the Howard Buffett, Foundation. Eleven thirty W I s mark belling late afternoon show. Following story is an example of just how? Like and I use that word advisedly. It's the correct where to use good. Some of the bullies in state government are. As you probably know twenty years. Any staff had been having a hissy fit ever since the State Supreme Court struck down their ability to issue these statewide lockout odors. Virtually, everything that the state has been able to on its own, therefore close of its own operation. They've done so. You've also seen as I've been reporting that the administration has been urging local counties to pass their own. Ordinances that were identical to what the state tried to illegally impose. Some of those have gotten through. Others have been blocked in communities that have become aware of them. The following story down. Some of you have heard of uw extension. Hardly any of you know what it is. You. W extension was merged into uw Madison several years ago. UW extension was the arm of the university system that operated a bunch of like programs for people that were not traditional students. They. Do a lot of the clack clack, craft, classes and stuff like that, and also what of the big things they did was they administered the four H. Program. For H. is agricultural youth activities, generally very popular and people who come from either farm communities are smaller towns and the four H. is overseeing. The animal judging and the other types of competition that go out of county fairs for H. Sephora H is part of the UW extension uw extension has now been folded into uw. Madison so uw Madison governs the extension programs. You might guess where this is going. If. You can't guess for this go I. You again do not understand how goon like government bureaucrats are. In fact I'll pause for a moment. Allow you to think. Where is this going? I would allow you to think too long because. You know. Alleged I let him think. That's enough. The UW extension program is refusing to recognize any four H. activities that occur this summer. Now think about this for minute. What does that mean? and. Why are they suing it for this summer? As you probably know since we've covered extensively on this program. A number of counties are moving forward with their county fairs. A number of others are not. The administration is furious with the counties that are going to operate their fares. Some very big ones have announced plans to move forward, and they will be holding their fares this summer. Others still on while yet. Others are cancelled. The order on four H. means. That none of the activities that go at any of the county fairs this summer will be recognized by four H. at four H. cannot participate in any of them. So if a kid wants to compete in the competition at the four H. Program at the Wa- Paca County Fair which is going to be on this year. That activity will not be sanctioned by four H.. They won't win any four H. Awards. They won't be able to claim any four H. Credit. It will be like it happened, but it didn't really happen. It'd be like if you bowled a three hundred game, but at an unsanctioned bowling alley just set up a lane in your backyard, and you could get twelve strikes that are all, but it's not going to be an official three hundred gave likewise. They're essentially tried to say okay. Look, you're GonNa put these county fairs. We're not gonNA, recognize it and we're not gonNA. Let these kids plan any credit for anything that they've won. We're not going to allow any four H. level of input into this at all. The only reason to do this is to be a bully. State Senator Dewey struggle is try to draw this out to public attention. Struggle issued a statement on the entire matter today. I'll read it. UW extension is provided online guidance guiding four H. Events County Fairs. This message will always was also communicated to local coty Farrell ficials last week. The guidance states that four H. programming will not occur during any large gatherings activities activities held during a county fair. Typically will not meet the extension requirements. Senator Struggle issued the following statement in response quote. I, am completely baffled and incredibly frustrated at how little sense it makes for UW. Extent she'll undermine its terrific flagship program 4H in counties across the state, including Ozaukee County Fair boards are putting on county fairs in full compliance and cooperation with local health department officials after the expiration of statewide mandates in favor of localized health determinations for some reason the UW. uw Extension canceled most four H. events this summer statewide regardless of actual health risks on the ground kids in Wisconsin who WANNA learn about and participate in agriculture are discouraged from going to save outdoor fairs then if they dare to participate in an event while following local health guidelines, they are stripped of the four H. Name, and their accomplishments will not be acknowledged because you w extension has decided to pretend that this summer does it exist? Four H. is the largest youth organisation in Wisconsin with more than one hundred thousand youth members. Huge. The state of under six million people, one hundred thousand people in four H. and tens of thousands of adult volunteers. What lessons about hard work? Adversity and community service. Are we teaching these kids? When the order from UW extension is to hide indoors rather than proudly compete in compliance with local health guidance. Perhaps this better question, the better question is. Why should their parents pay taxes to support an organization that actively discourages its stated mission and goals. I suggest that the UAW extension simply dropped the four H. Program, and if someone else wants to take it over, so be it. This is another one of those cases and. I've pointed to this again and again and again and again and again and unfortunately nobody Democrat or Republican listens to me. When you Madison. Is something your turn into to crap? The UW accent used to be independent of any of the campuses was its own. It was his independent, simply oshkosh Whitewater in Green. Bay and Platt Ville are from the other campuses. It was its own arm of the University of Wisconsin System. They folded it into uw Madison. It now answers to the W. Madison Chancellor. We keep allowing things to be put under the thumb of Madison. Don't have any kids some madison her in four h four. But they run this ad because they're angry that some of these county fairs state are going to go on the to do everything they can to screw the kids that are in four H.. The problem occurred in the first place where we realigned the system to streamline things. Put One more thing under the control all. Of Radical Bureaucrats Madison. Whose agenda is very limited and has concentrated on the goal of achieving power. Now. This is one of those stories that would be a great television story. The kid who works all summer grooming is sheep or grooming the lamb or grooming the calf that they're gonNA, show or whatever the other apple is that they have? They work at work at work at work at work and work at. You. See a kid that wins rev especially a blue ribbon for one of those things I mean that's something. They saved for the rest of their lives. The Fares are going to go on and some of these counties. And they'll probably have competition that will go on to the fair itself will have to organize and bring in their own judges, and have their local people still do it, but not call it for age. It'll still happen. So! Take the four H. designation away from it is purely symbolic. Purely made. Pure lay crepe like it'd be a hell of TV soy, but as I say it doesn't fit the agenda. The bad guy here is Tony, everts. The bad guy is uw Madison. So therefore, the story won't be told, but we've accomplished this at least you. Now know about it. Now I grabbed the kids at Washington county. They were screwed anyway. Unlike Ozaukee County, which appear at the is going to go ahead with its fair Washington. County has a lazy ass. Fair director at a Lazy Ass Pear, board that decided not to put out a fair. Walworth County is going to go forward with it's fair. It's kids get participated in events received county as a lazy bunch of deadbeats were afraid of getting sued. Punch a tired old farts who wanNA call themselves board members, but didn't have the guts to stand up and put on a fair anyway. So I, grant you there going to be some I don't go on, but in the communities that are gonNA roll up their sleeves and try to make this happen and defy corona virus, and try to give kids and families and community something to do this ever. Just one more. SCRIP will you have these fair? You better not call this four age, and now you're. Not. GonNa be the record book you get for Messing with Tony. Evers Andrea pound. You'll little crepes thousand air. You actually wouldn't think. This small after knocking down statues riot in their, carry it out all over the place. They're trying to disrupt the trump rallies. They do it all this stuff, but still. They have enough time to screw up the four H. thing. Like say the incoming is coming from all directions. It's one of the things that liberals are good at the more chaos, there is the more they want to create. At least that this instance they've shoved somebody far enough. That senator strobl is trying to draw attention to it. Whether or not people become aware of it or not I can only do so much on my program. TV News talk eleven thirty W I S and mark belling late afternoon show. All right quick now. When the bubble wallace new story came out. How many people thought? It was a new set of Racist Act. How many people thought it was a hoax? And then how people thought it was neither none of the above. Everybody's going to claim. Now that the truth is out that they knew. I will tell you what my reaction was at the time. I said yesterday program. Beware of the story, there been a lot of news hoaxes on the other hand. This is in the middle of Alabama and there is no shortage of racists their AD. NASCAR is as white organization is. You could match. This slinky. Go either way. Well the explanation turns out to be the third one. Now. The following story is going to be not believable for many of you. He just not going to believe it because you're too young to be able to understand this. There's a time. In which you couldn't close the garage door by just pushing a button and there'd be a motor that would bring the thing down. I even remember what I was a kid when we moved into our new house, so we moved away from the shack across the street from the river to the new brick house that we built. We had pulled garage door. I mean I was a kid, but I had never seen one before. I'd literally never seen what before every garage? Though that I ever saw prior to that with Kinda, garage doors that were on shacks. You don't even know what those guys would be. You slid. Cross Site Your Cinema Cross. They wanted a role of it. That's close the garage door. That's what you did with shack. There wasn't any kind of frame or pulled out thing that you would put out a garage of a shack, so we've got this garage door and got casters at it comes down. You know how you pulled it down. The button to push the motor that came down. It, had this little grab handle at the top? Nobody was tall enough to reach the top bar garage. So we put up at the end of. The handle, and if you go and take a look at a lot of garage doors, there's a little roping at the end of the thing for all the Times that the power goes out. Your battery is dead. The contraption does work many times. You'll find that your garage door doesn't go down. They something blocking the Little Electric I. My garage door gets busted all the time, but I think I think I've ever particular problem and I never. It's always the one that I don't think of in the garage door repair. Man Who is one of the advertise here comes in fixes. The garage thing that I didn't think of the electric I could be the frame could be bent. Needed there could be a little bit of debris. That's in that. There's just a lot of things that can stop the thing from going down in which case you grabbed the pull rope and bring it out. Well the NASCAR garages for those of you who have never been to a NASCAR track had been is gonNA say the back stats. That's a horse racing term that had never been to the call at the the Infield. What do they call the bill of the track? Rather Garages are. No anyway. The the NAS car garages are big. This is where they put the cars that show up before the race in their in their. When they're out of the hall, go into the garage and said it's in the garages that they work in the cars. They keep the tires in the hallways until they go into the garages and the garages with their able to do. The work on the is these are big giant buildings. The garage doors therefore are big enough that you can back these haulers into. Age. Probably all over, this is going. On a bunch of the garage doors. At Talladega they gotTA. pull rope. An order since it's a big heavy door, it's not just a loose rope that hangs. They rig it with a noose around the end of it for somebody to grab on to. The FBI has announced this afternoon. That they have photo evidence. That shows that there's been a pull rope with the news at the end of that particular garage at Talladega since last fall, and that a number of the other garage doors at Talladega also have pull ropes with new slyke knots at the end of it in other words. This wasn't anything that was done in particular for bubble Wallace. He wasn't the only person to use the garage. The garage is used by a lot of people and the rope involved was simply opole rope to be able to open and close the garage door when the automatic contraption isn't working. So there was though active racism. It was a nothing it was a hoax. Were somebody made the story up? It wasn't something bubba Wallace is trying to get attention. The NASCAR staffer of the staffer for the re, the root petty team originally spotted the so-called news didn't understand that it was a pull route for the garage door and We're apparently going to move on with the conclusion that this was a great big. Nothing? Paddock is what of the terms that they call the whole garage area and so on but the. Gradus, these these big giant doors, because his big giant vehicles that go into them, and I'm willing to bet if you take a look at your garage door. There's GonNa be a little something or other. That's on the end of it that you can use the Yank thing down if the power doesn't work. Everybody's got one of them, but in most cases you never have to hardly ever have to use it because the garage door generally does it work, but way back in the day when we didn't have motors at all on them you everybody tied some like a robot of the thing, because that was the only way to open and raise the garage door. We have I still remember where hip was a metal handle. That was on the bottom, but that was only useful enough when kids were big enough that we could reach up to be able to get to the tap the guy that. This will end when you saw the photo of this thing it was. I mean it was. It was a loop like a news, but it didn't. It was tied around in a circle to make it easy to grab onto the section of rope, and now that you see that. The fact that it was assumed that it was a news that essentially was only made. Because what are the people using the Garage Wallis? Whoever was going to whoever was using the garage for the xfinity race to the truck race? Wherever else was going in? There probably wouldn't have thought anything of it because there's all this attention above wallace, the first notion was that this is a new cities hanging there rather than simply saying it's garage poll rope. I drink how many garages that pull ropes actually have it looped at the end in the form that looks like a news or Elope. Probably a Zillion of them I will say this if you're a landlord and you have one and you have a black Catholic. You'd better on since that they could just have the rope hanging down there loose for fear that somebody's going to miss a it like they did with this. Pulses we've. Of course we've lost their about it. And as I say, people went the other way and said that this is a hoax were were bubble. Wallace is doing it to himself to get attention in other words Jesse smell it wasn't that either. It was just again. This shopping conclusions that everything's gotTa. Be An act of racism. The whole part of this that I had a problem with was not the likelihood of the Holtz because there's been news hoaxes. Anyone who would deliberately do that right now there. I mean the guy who got fired for the confederate flag for heaven. Sakes Nazca. You are talking about if you your your life's over. The risks associated and I'm not discounting that there are rednecks racists out there a nascar land or in Talladega there are. But even by the standards of that. It seems like quite a reach plus every single time. One of these things gets the BUG turns out to be a news every single time. In this case, it was again. It wasn't anything it's a garage. pull rope. There are a couple of other stories out there. That are showing photos of these pull ropes all sorts of garages, not only at Talladega, but at large places that have semi, trucks, school buses in other places, but a pull rope with a loop at the end of it is a common way of. I think that you know what that is. That's a cheap way of having your backup system in place I. Want something more than a rope with just a loop at the end of the thing. which you think, though at a NASCAR thing they'd have some big heavy duty kind of like rubberized. They could pull downloaded. And then put a sponsor's name on the side of it. Yeah instead of putting a sponsor. This is not a noose. This is just a rope. Say, don't even say the Word News. I've just you can't even say it. Don't say. Five, twenty to eleven thirty W I say it's time for rapid transit. took the F. B. I. to figure this out. It didn't daughter and anybody else to look around and see whether or not the rope had been hanging there and these garages photos that them all the time. Because this the cars go, and there's a million photos of that the. Put all these photos and things been hanging at least since fall and that because that's far back as they out of the photos. And then they found it in several garages that are on site and. Apparently not the most uncommon way to have a backup system, nobody ever noticed. Nobody noticed the other garages. This week at apparently because he's, they're all separate, but they don't have the same thing. It's just you know. Somebody works in the garage. It I'm sure what happened is at some point. The garage door is automatically so somebody takes it on themselves to Jerry Rig something up. When everybody's a hammer. Everything else. This is the world that we now live in and as I. Say anybody who dared suggest that this was a hoax was immediately called them racist. Everybody else automatically accepted his gospel at nobody ever wants to step back and think for admitted and ask yourself. Does this make any sense? Can we figure out if there might be a third explanation? That is totally innocent. Maybe it's just a paying and at the end of the garage, and they looped at at at at the end of it to make it easy to pull this giant huge garage door. WELL NASCAR got their moment out of the whole thing. Here's it by the way. Here's a great question. When you go a car dealer service, they bring your already. Go to the thing you. They always tell you to haunt the horn before it, the door here's something nobody knows. Does the sound of the Horn opened the door or does this sound? The Horn alert them so that somebody knows they have to open the door. Do you think you know what he's? Paul says it's just. How do you know that? How what do you mean you know? How do you know you? Know you know. Became because you're because you're at a car dealer or they told you that that just is there to alert them. How do you know that in this day and age of artificial intelligence? They haven't created smart garage doors that activate the the sound of a car, or you know you know you know I know that because some guys would just drive up and down the street hawkers. Go and steal all the cars and they got from Milwaukee. This is the mark belling made afternoon show on news. Talk Eleven thirty W I s. let's talk about a trend. That's happening. and. Let me. Back up! The whale at introduces. What are the things that I say all the time is? The people never discuss whether or not we should do something when we are actually doing it. It's after it happens. That they comment on it. Or demand that something be done about it that. Nobody paid any attention to terrorism. Until nine eleven, there were warnings and warnings and warnings and warnings remember that they tried to block the World Trade Center about eight years earlier. Nobody paid attention. Bill Clinton didn't pay attention. A lot of Republicans didn't pay attention, and then everybody focused on terrorism after nine eleven. There any number of examples of things like this. What are the things that I predicted that I will admit has not yet happened. I have predicted that there'd be all sorts of problems at Rhodes. Honest would run. The haven't been yet I still think there will be I think it's inevitable. For one thing they're getting better and better. I don't believe the private citizens should be allowed to operate drones I. Don't Know One grace of the that, but I admit what I have. A position that nobody agrees with the ICEE. Nobody agrees that they right. I admit that my position might be crack crack pottery because nobody else holds it. I don't think that he's just be able to operate a drone, and if you if you can, there actually should be some level of regulation to the set while I'm not a big government regulating person. I believe driver's licenses Ziya. Believe it automobile registrations. And I believe that there should be a high level of training to operate a drone, and there ought to be a reason to be able to operate them, because we have not yet defined two of the larger questions one. Actual ownership of airspace if somebody's hanging over my house, taking photos of me and my backyard. Why heavily established that that road is actually operating legally because it's up in the air, even though the image that it's capturing is down on someone else's property, and then the other point I'm just convinced. One of these things got a crash in. There's going to be a terrible crash of played. A lot of people are GonNa die because one of these things is operating illegally in airspace. In a landing or takeoff, son of a major airport, or some terrorist is going to use it to drop chemical weapons or any number, but but I'll admit. None of us has happened yet. Actors surprised that it has it, but it has it, but when it does. Everybody's GonNa Freak out about drought. We don't ever deal with anything until after it's happened. We are. Incapable I think what you're seeing here. The offer reaction to corona virus and the underreaction when the thing was I, developed is another example of this. We freak out and go nuts and go too far after something comes in, and we need a reaction as opposed to being proactive and not going very far at all in the beginning stages. Which leads me to this? contact. Tracing is coming. They're already putting it in place all over the united. States It's the key. They believe in dealing with the new phase of Corona virus, the phase of reopening society, but knowing that we're gonNA, have a virus around for a long time. In fact, there is a headline of the top of page. One of today's Predator the newspaper saying the schools are going to be dealing with covert for about eighteen months. These schools that don't want to reopen I. Think are just in denial right now. If. You're not gonNA open September. What are you gonNA Open? I would think likely. Kobe will be worse in January than September. Don't know this it may be that. The thing is petering out in petering out in terms of its strength. Some believe that others do not. But most sicknesses are worse in cold weather, because everybody's indoors and breathing the same eric cold weather, our bodies are more susceptible or defenses doubted cold weather. So you could open September. You Get up Dick November. You can open a January. Are we get allow pair another year where kids are educated. You GotTa wait until September of next year. What's the silver bullet dead? What a culvert still around that! What if there's a new China virus? That's in place by that. Nobody answers these questions. What we have come up with, is contact tracing. Paper are sending me things all the time they said Mark. You know how you sometimes have a bunch of people call up and they don't know what the question is. We used to do that a lot. We don't do it much anywhere. We. Need some volunteers to call up and tell you what you're volunteering for. I only do it when. Knowing what you're volunteering far would bias the results at any way. The person's suggestion was get five people to call up and then once they say. Do you contact race? Against? The Guy said he predicted that everybody would be against it and be not know what it was. Then I don't want. Be as but there are Gadston. I probably should have actually done it to test Saudis thesis but. It's what he says. Contact tracing is. Let me tell a story that relates to this. You do it. They're going on over there. Claims nothing whatever you say, nothing I know. The something's going out is just something that you don't want me to do it, but it's usually some sort of a problem that. that. I don't WanNa do that. You're right. I don't want to actually know about it because it will just the stress me, there's nothing I can do actually about it if it's something to do that makes your life more miserable, but does it affect me at all? It's actually I probably would. I would probably prefer to hear about it just to get a little bit of Schadenfreude of it. Schadenfreude remember what I defined that. Takes Mischievous delight in the fortune of others. I have that toward liberals. Unfortunately, they don't have much search Dole it out lately. That's what they do they take. All of our. We got another one of them falsely accused. Abrasives of another one bites the dust. We got another right-winger. got fired because they put the wrong word of the wrong place. Way Back in the day I. Love that, but you say back in the day because nobody knows that it be, it's how long ago would you think way back in the day means? Over forty years. I think most people don't think you know I think it partly depends on how old you are like. If somebody's thirty and they say way back in the day, would you? You probably would think tank I think when you say way back in the day. You mean when somebody's twenty. Will that in my case, it'd be like twenty years way back today. It was the year I was work at Michigan. Probably shouldn't have said that. If, I could get somebody into trouble for something. That's that long ago, but the heck. Well, I knew a woman. We cut halfway. We're go. We're going out. Mileti understand what that is because that is what their version of going out is now no millennials actually going out with anybody. They're sort of going out with someone back. When you were doing was in my at meant that it wasn't well, you know what it needs. You know what it means, don't you? You Die. You don't know what it means you you. You. Don't know what it's like out there anyway. I kinda halfway going out with this. Love it. and. She worked for public health agency. Don't worry. She was issuing corona virus lockdowns. This is before we had the no should've lacking down and quarantining healthy people. This was when a particular health problem was raging. Across the country. D Remember I'm talking forty years ago. This is the era of the sexual revolution where everybody and it was also really before aids, there was no actual fear in terms of the pregnancy thing. People just took the pill and so on, but we went from a country in which there was actually some sexual propriety, and then the seventies came and tell you don't want. It was like in the air that I was in college. This is before aides. It was before any notion of unprotected sex being unsafe. It was like listen to what the music was. That was the lifestyle of the people were living anyway. This woman's job was V. Prevention. Venereal Disease Prevention. What do you think that? She she would put them I knew up at. This is her job. What do you think she did it? She educated well that you would think that that's what it meant that she was at. What would that education be remember? This is forty years ago. What would that education be? Buy A condo. I'm so old. I'm not actually sure we had them then. They're they're they add the bed anyway. It's way way. Let's job this is. This is quite the job. When someone tested positive for venereal disease. There's a point to this story. When, someone tested positive for venereal disease. It was her job. To then go in and talk to that person. And have them disclose everybody that they've had sex with recently. MAGIN that conversation! Now. Why do you think she did that? No. Why would she ask them that? She would ask them that because it was her job. Then to notify the other people hey, so, and so you had sex with according to their state, but that person is tested positive for the good. The bad one was syphilis. I mean what a job that is to have I. She said that the number of people who would just deny it that in other words. Let's suppose it was woman that tested positive and she would make it. The other way around a guy has tested positive. Yes, and then this woman, and that woman that once you she go to. Some of these were just absolutely denied that they had sex with that guy, even though the guy had already said it was with this woman. Part of it was to track the original person that had the Vdi, but the biggest reason was to warn the other people that they were exposed, and they might contract this. Make sure to come and get testing yourself and syphilis a serious. A job. One particular story that she told me just. It was about a much older woman at a much younger guy and. The Guy Guided he had to go and inform the much older woman, and she was a big deal in the community that I live Ted, and like I'm. We're talking decades difference in age. I'm pretty sure she was sworn that. This is all confidential, but here she has blabbing to me but anybody who wants to try to track back at figure out who this is and revolt her professional licensing for blabbing the all these details back in the day. Anyway, that's contact racing. That's what that is. And that's what we are putting in place to deal with colder only we have the ability to use Gr- higher technology right now, for example once you learn that someone has tested positive. WHAT THEY WANNA do is go back and trace all of the contacts that the individuals had that we could be involves the use of cell phone data that involves the use of license. License plate readers all of the technology that we already have in place that could be used. The track somewhat is most people have the locator out of their followed. Many apps that are out there create location activities. The idea is to tap into the existing technology that we have that is able to track around and follow. People are in know where they are going. License plate readers of the. Tobe with thing that you put on the car. That I, go through Illinois. What do you call that day? The the pass different names at different stages in other words that pride all of that together and create apps that feed the data all into one thing so that when someone test positive, they can find out all of the places that the people were so that you can alert them in other words to try to confide and. Narrow down the places that Kobe. person positive person was not lock everything down, but you're only putting in place in restricting and warning people who might a better position to be exposed by the person that's. Contact against. The problem is none of the APPS are working yet. Even though all of the grants are out there, so we resume society, but we don't have a lot of contact tracing yet. In place, there are a lot of people who say that they're mortified at the notion of contact tracing, but the federal government approved it. All the local communities are getting grants for at it is going to happen, and I suspect that people will not object until after it's happened and. They get a knock at the door. They say hey, you know. You at a restaurant to Charlie was in two nights ago. Because of the contract pricing we found out the Charlie was in there, and we figured out that you were in there, too, so hey, maybe you ought to get yourself. Tested and people will be freaked out that that was monitored, but this proved it is moving forward and as I say it won't be until it actually comes in place it. Anybody's going to object to it. Do I think it's a good idea or not. Well I, willing to sacrifice some freedoms in order to resume society bought. The notion of government having this kind of monitoring of people's activities, these things always stat out rather benign, if I can create a word in other words, following cold seems to be a noble cause. The next thing you know it's going to be done for all sorts of nefarious purposes that track people because they're meeting with the wrong person. Hey, you're near this racist. You're near this right winger. You were doing this. You were doing the next thing they're. I think serious implications associated with it, but as I say it's happening, and just about every community in the country is. Is getting a grant to be able to do it, and the program is in place, and you know back the days in which people were watching FAO and birds through those briefings day. There say contact. That is the next step that we're going to happen. We Open Society. It's going to be one of the things that were going to use to try to manage all of this and as I say people think we can manage our way out of covered by the just magically going away. That would be nice if it happens that if the virus just peters had. Sort of goes away and runs its course without infecting a lot of people that would be wonderful, but it may not work out that way, which is what I've been trying to tell all of lockdown people that unless you're willing to lock us down for three years, and then another three years next time some contagious illness comes around. We are going to have to figure out how to live as we have always lived when a contagious disease comes around to. To figure out how to cope with it while still continuing ordinary life five fifty news talk eleven thirty. W I. It's time for rapid traffic looking at slow speeds on ninety four eastbound, still with the rainfall, still hanging around a bit especially as you get past Miller Park to thirty fifth street, also on forty, three northbound, as you pass out, good hope road up to Brown deer road and doing well on the bypass this afternoon from the Lynch Gm. Date before you're married your wife I don't even know if you married her young or older on I don't remember the exact number I mean no, but I mean. Were you like really younger? Oh married yes. Oh, see. You didn't have like nine billion. No, no, no. See I obviously if you ask me. How did I ever have before I was married? It would-be, however many I've ever had. It would be all given the. Every, every ago, four or Whatever whatever the pathetically disgraceful dubber is, but that was one of the things that got guys that Hey garroted bars. If you're my age, almost always single guys, because what of the losers have nothing else to do, but go sit sit at a by. That's one of the bar conversations that would come up. One of the great questions is named the weirdest job any woman that you've ever dated in. My contact tracer might beyond the list, but. See guys like guys like you. That had like a comedy should have probably three girlfriends combined before you got buried, you'd be no good. Ask Getty of that stuff. How old were you when you got married? Twenty three you? Before your wife knew that she could do better. Exactly exactly. You gotTA. You gotta use that whole thing. You always WANNA marry up. You WanNa very down. You want to be the one who figured out a way to do better, you know she. You want this person that you married to be the one that felt they got the short end of the stick. That's that's. The key to all of that stuff. We want to be like back in the days of dating talking earlier about Oshkosh. Dwayne and I lived there. We noticed this phenomenon that existed during the year that we were in Oshkosh. There always seemed to be really dopey. Dorky Kinda ugly. No account guys. You know guys like us. With beautiful web it and we didn't never notice this at the cross had never noticed it anywhere else that we came to call it an Oshkosh. She said that it was just. We just figured that. All the guys at Oshkosh look like dopes. There are a lot of attractive women there, so the attractive women had to go out with the. Guys, but you always wanted to be able to. What's the thing of fight above your weight class or whatever it? If the person ended up having if you have a couple and they end up having regrets today, end up with this loser. You always want the other person to be the one wondering how they ended up with the loser rather that you being the one who ended up wondering. I'll kick your. That's one. That's what it was, but for what we picked up guys in Oshkosh for very good at kicking their coverage and like I. Say I I had a ton of girlfriends, but I was asked. That was the first year. That ever really happened so I think there was some yeah, Paul said he that there's something to dorks too well, and so if you're a Dorky. No account pathetic guy who can't get anywhere. We known your moved is cash. Paul's isolated to a specific dorm to well. I don't think those women are still in that dorm. Wants that we're stupid enough to go with you. You think they're still they're. I to be here this year where everybody was supposed to be here this year. People keep complaining. They're not getting reports. They don't refund your money unless you requested. And if they reschedule the date, they simply will be at the next thing. We have a window then after the rescheduled date to get a refund, but really not just going to send your money. Now if they call it the thing off altogether, that's something else, but they desperately always try to reschedule these things because it's the only way they get to keep. Your money I would've moved to a disturbing story that happened today. There will be more of this. It's all part of a larger trend. The left is very very emboldened right now to pat to cross whatever line that used to exist. In terms of going after people on the right. This morning outside the Republican field office in Hudson. That's the one that's right on the Minnesota, border. Near the Minnesota Border Hudson's right on the river across the river is the state of Minnesota. It's populous area the Hudson area. It's kind of bedroom community almost than extended suburb of the twin cities and has become kind of a mini population center over there. So the Republican Party in Wisconsin has a field office in Hudson. This morning Stafford found a very suspicious package and the authorities were sufficiently bothered. They evacuated the area. The evacuated area of the business district of Hudson, Wisconsin. and. They took the package into the bomb experts. It turned out to be not a bomb. But something that was made to look like a bomb. In other words something that would cause disruption without being a bomb itself. According to the police in Hudson. What the package was a military style ammunition container. and. They filled it with a bunch of. Wires and other kinds of metal objects in other words something that looks like it could be something, but in fact was nothing, but they take an a military ammunition box. Obviously, if you wanted to have a container that seemed ominous, you choose something like it, and then you put inside like pieces of metal. That looked like it could be jerry rig something. In fact, it was nothing. But the goal was achieved. It freaked everybody out. It caused it evacuation. It caused the nervous that it caused a day's worth of a response. This is the environment we are in. For All of the discussions that we are having right now. About, the and racism hate. Bigotry. Hate against conservatives is thriving. Rationalization is the second strongest human drive and the people that are just right now. Doing everything in their power to make who was right of center, miserable disrupt trump's rallies. Put fake bombs out. Get people fired. March in protest in front of People's whatever the list is. Bombard them on social media. Physically attack if they have it side in front of their house. Speak justified that Republicans, the Conservatives are evil, and therefore we do to them is our way of fighting evil. We'll very convenient. Claim that you're opposing hey, by being hateful. while. I have suggested that you can't sit back and take. Obviously, you can't respond accordingly. Somebody who would place a fake Bob Outside of Democratic headquarters. Is going to get into a lot worse. Trouble that whoever did this outside the Republican headquarters at Hudson? Even if the caught and it's an awful thing to do what I would not advocate it. But every envelope that we have right now is being pushed by the left. As I said earlier in the week where they got rid of the Columbus Statue. They weren't gonNA stop with Columbus. Every single American. Statue was in jeopardy right now other than maybe. I I honestly can't say Martin Luther. King's is safe. People believe that he was a sucker for advocating nonviolence. Turn out of him. There's no end to this just keeps going and going and going I know. All of our religious icons are in their crosshairs. Anything they don't like. In the past all the things, they didn't like corporate. America Republicans are heritage. They just put up with now. They realize they can get away with destroy it. Edit won't stop until they are stopped. And that means as much as people may not want to accept it. At some point, you're going to have to stop them. You're going to have to say this is too far even in Seattle the cake, their case mayor up there well. We're going to go in and we're GONNA. Have to take back the Chaz after all. What did you think what's going to happen? Did you think this was going GonNa work out? Have we could we even keep track of the number of shootings that are going out of the area where the policing I love this, they say well. We're going to bring in guns. The police ourselves in that exactly what they are bitching about, we pass concealed, carry every all over the United States. We can't let people protect themselves. The CHAZ is the autonomous zone, a cathode HONNAMA zoning Seattle, they there is now sufficient trouble, and they said off crime and enough people hurt. At enough people are complaining and there enough businesses that are inside the zone who are begging for relief the Seattle now says they're going to try to retake this. They've tried to cut a deal and the deal obviously would be money. How much money do we have to give you to move away? So we can come back in and allow police once again. Enforce this part of our city. But, whether they buy them out or they shoved them out. They're going to have to have devout. And once they moved about of Seattle. You just watch. These are GONNA pop up all over the United States. People are GonNa see the lefty mayor. A Seattle put up with for three weeks. People just decided that they were going to have an of anarchy in their city, so they'll be what New York the be what Chicago the be. What a gallon of the going to be! What everywhere else that people choose to put up with it? Why did we have all the homeless tencent Milwaukee on the side of the hill on? Across highly last year because everybody let him stay. There doesn't matter what the behavior is. If you allow it, it will continue to happen. And the behavior will continue to get worse until you say that it has gone too far. Liberals don't know how to tell anyone. They'd gone too far unless there are Republican in which case there were not allowed tobacco too far. They're not allowed to go anywhere. You have to stop there just by existing. You are at offensive horrible parts that we have to do something about you. The great melting pot is not what they've ever desired. They have never desired diversity for all their talk of diversity. They are fascists. They want to have enforced ideology, and they want to require everyone to think exactly as they do, and they want to marginalize and diminish every other human being. They don't love their neighbor. They don't love their brother. They don't believe diversity. They don't believe in any type of freedom. They are Jack Buddha's who want to put their throats all of us requiring all of us to behave at exactly the way they want us to behave. To them where the dog that has to be trained. Like eleven thirty wins Mark Late afternoon show. You know the difference routine like a few suburb, actual city suburb their frontage roads. Like. Is. Cash has a heck of a fridge road. you go out forty. What I mean there's this they get runs for miles. It goes all the way up to lake beautiful. There's just a Zil. You can I think all the way. What's the highway forty-four the window by the airport all the way up to the lake. There's this frontage road. In fact, there's one on both sides of the speed of these businesses all along the freeway and the whole things is stretch. Co She's got a big a good frontage road holiest running all the way up our all those businesses are. You can see the wall from the freeway. I would say Grafton. It's grabbed. That essentially is just the Friday drone been all those things that are on I forty three. It's not all really one road all visible for the freeway. then. You got the stuff that when you go west. It's very very confusing. I had to go to the Aurora N. P. Walkie today. I can literally see it, but I can't figure out how to get it. It's like I. Know It's in there, but if you turn to like where it is, you just turn to get back out of the freeway and the next road is like way way way up, and then there's all these trees all over the place. You can't see the thing about it is. It's right next to the Marriott Hotel. I just gave a speech only a few months ago at that very same hotel, so I know where this is, and I could see where it well you have to do. Is You have to go into the hotel's parking lot? and You keep driving and then you're at the Aurora thing. I also brilliantly made a decision to go to a place in P. Walkie on the very same morning. That vice president trump. It is secret service. Entourage is speaking at an event. Right on the freeway and P walking, which wasn't the smartest thing. That I've ever done, but it all worked out by the way the pence visit is over, and the vice president is gone, and things went very very smoothly. President trump has having another rally tonight. In fact, let's happen to this right now. He's in Phoenix this evening. Speaking to a to a turning point action USA. Can you tap into? In Felix. Thank you. Tomorrow the fake news. We'll be said. He said he loves somebody. Cheap Shadow. Put an over these the cheap show was. Terrible. Be Big trouble the fake news. Hey are terrible. People who are the two. That stood up I just want to set it up Liz. Who said I love you. This is a woman. Sit, down. Fast Blues found. Don't let them see you. That's a lot of perspective they're looking at. The problem. They cover all these speeches. I never have a speech done I. Never have a speech words like live television. You know sometimes you'll have one where you can actually speak, and you have to worry about like one little slip one tiny little slip one word. You could say ten species one little word. They'll say he's lost it. Now you know who's lost it sleepy Joe has lost. I could tell that punch. You could see that one coming from kind of a mile away, right. Trump's figured winner those he's GonNa have fun fun. Action. To Ban. Travel from China very very early. Remember. Nancy Pelosi and that grazing. Nancy Pelosi. She wanted to dance in the streets of Chinatown in San Francisco long after I band China from coming here. Anyway we obviously can't carry the speech, but for those of you who wanted? It's out there on the cable television channels, so the president has made it clear. He wants to do a lot of these rallies. He's not deterred by the crowds. That did not pack the place in Tulsa. But I think they've learned is they're just not gonNA use twenty thousand seat arena, or recall that in mill in Milwaukee, he was at the the. uw Milwaukee Panther arena. That's only ten thousand seats, and that thing was mobbed. As you recall, but things look mobbed, the smaller venue is that arena that he was in the other night was I think eighteen nineteen thousand seats, and whether or not there's also theories as to why it wasn't filled. The biggest one right now is simply that trump supporters didn't want to be in a packed arena sitting on top of one another and. That might be the new reality for any type of. political event real quickly this soy. I don't WanNa. Make light of it because it's not a story to make light up, but it sure is. How many people can may a male porn star? Can you. Posted John Homes, that would be one of the two whose names I think. People think I the only two I have ever heard of in my life that I have heard by name are John Holmes and Ron Jeremy Wright. Ran into those two Ryan. Jeremy has been arrested in criminally charged in Los Angeles with multiple child counts of sexual assault, raping three women sexually assaulting a woman at a lower degree of sexual assault with another in several cases that date as far back as twenty four. Now you can make the case of that was the lifestyle you're in and now you're just a little guy and don't want to leave the light style that is, does it leave rape? It's probably an unfair generalization I'm not aware of any trend of X. Male Porn Stars being involved in sexual assault that there is such a trend. It's just one that I'm not aware of but Ron. Jeremy is a guy that some people who. Just may be familiar. A huge one of the very few porn stars that ended up having kind of kept a second life as a career. He would go on Howard Stern show a did I think he was in a couple of Super Bowl ads, so I did that was his claim to fame because he's now. Just a big fad will ugly guy it hard to imagine the ever could have been a porn star Ed. He's now the latest to be ensnared in very serious sex crimes, probably again, the kind of behavior. That's gone on forever in that whole Hollywood scene. That was condoned until it wasn't. Rape has never been condoned. But we certainly know that there's been a lot of sexual coercion that General Hollywood entertainment seeing. That until recently seemed to be accepted as well. You know that's just the way it is by the Hollywood crowd that is looked out its nose and condemned. Everyone else. Learning W I. Asked Mark belling. Over, the last several weeks I shared several horror stories of people. Who have elderly relatives, generally parents trapped in nursing homes that are enforcing to the letter that the coney and rules that are still in place from Tony vs state government. One of the lessons that we have to take from this is to make sure that we kill all of these attempts at the local county level to reimpose these types of orders that allow these awful health bureaucrats to draft these horrible orders that don't take into consideration, any kind of extenuating circumstances and the demand that every rule be followed to the letter. One of the flaws in it is that many of these people who get these jobs are frankly stupid people, and they can't focus on the consequences of their decisions and elderly person who is dying anyway. Do we have to throw the baby out with the bathwater and put in place? Nineteen million restrictions for someone is likely to die anyway. Not Understanding that when they're gravely ill. The most important thing in their life is to be able to see their children in their other loved woods. Which of the two ought to be the higher priority, the problem is if the rule, it's the rule. The rule is drafted by one of these jackass bureaucrats who is on a power trip? You're simply stuck with it and the officials who run the nursing homes in the senior care centers and so odd. They're terrified if they violate any of the rules, but they'll get in trouble from the state all the more reason that we should have fewer rules that allow these places to be administered with at least some degree of common saids. Story again. I believe you need to hear these. Bark by sister, and I were deprived of our last month with our beloved mother, due to the covert restrictions. We visited her every day at first person, then standing outside her window once quarantine began on March fifteenth. The caregivers did do the best they could, but it's never like having family there. It was a difficult transition to begin with made more unbearable wants the quarantine. Quarantine went into fact. Mother said okay she could put up with it until the end of March and then the order was extended until the end of April which caused her great disappointment and frustration, and then the order was extended until the end of May, and that was the beginning of the end on Mother's Day may tenth. Where received a call from the facility saying? In an ambulance on the way to the Aurora Katoyi Walk Hospital due to a medical situation that was beyond the scope of their facility. We immediately dropped at the hospital, but we're not allowed to with her in the Emergency Room Aurora, then began several extreme procedures with mother, which mother found painful and frightening, and we were not able to be there either to comfort her ally away. Her fears help with decisions or even explain what was taking place. We were not consulted. Advise about what was being done. All we could do was talk on the phone if we were able to get through to the nurses station, and if a doctor was available to give an update, and if someone could be in the room with her to help with the phone. After days of anguish and worry, we received a call early in the morning of May, thirteenth say mother had passed away, she had been terrified alone in great pain and surrounded by strangers. We were not able to be with her to hold her hand hug her pray with her sing a hymn, or tell her how much we loved her. As she left this world, I would bet every penny I have asked mother if she'd rather one be isolated from her daughters, so she'd be safe from a virus. She faced her final days or to be with her daughters at the risk of getting a virus as she faced their final days without. Without a doubt, she would have said she wanted to be with us, and we certainly wanted to be with her I also, Beth at ninety nine point, nine percent of the elderly and care facilities would feel exactly the same way. Isn't there some other option? Mother had ninety four good years and knew she was approaching the end. If only she could have been supported by the love and companionship of the two people on Earth. Who meant everything to her? The entire experience was shattering brutal Eddie. Humaid we will never recover from the anguish, guilt and fury. We feel as the result of the covid restrictions at our broken hearts are in. With the many who are dealing with a similar situation, there has got to be better way. It signed of course won't share her name. There will not be a better way so long as you allow liberal bureaucrats to draft these kind of rules, the shove everyone else around the people who say that they are compassionate, demonstrate again and again and again. Their inflexibility, their adherence to rules, and they're prioritization of one problem over all of these have demonstrated in the end. That decisions are cruel. Say IF YOU WANNA lesson if you WANNA take away. Do not let them have the power to impose these robos. If they have the power to impose these rules. These types of rules you will get which is why the orders that are being proposed that the county level in almost every county mirror exactly the awful rules. The Eagles put in place in the first place. Don't let them do it. If you don't want them to be able to do this, don't let them do it. Unfortunately states still does regulate nursing homes, and the orders for nursing homes, therefore and senior centers remain in place, because of the lack of compassion, judgment and common sense by the Tony Iverson Administration, but he considers given. He looks he might be one of the unfortunate seniors in one of those facilities very soon himself. By.

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5/20/20 Economic fallout from Coronavirus.

The Mark Belling Show

2:28:24 hr | 8 months ago

5/20/20 Economic fallout from Coronavirus.

"Good afternoon Milwaukee. This is the mark valeting late afternoon. Show on news talk eleven thirty W I S at. Let's talk about something for a moment here at the beginning of the program. There have been a number of people have commented on the fact that the stock market is held up relatively well. Despite the economic carnage in some of the economic numbers are obviously terrible. The unemployment rate is the highest. It's been in the united. States had decades. GDP for the second quarter, the one that were in obviously the numbers won't be in until after June thirtieth. The quarter is end, but it is believed to be that it will be the worst quarter since the Great Depression. The budget deficit is obviously exploding. Yet the market continues to do rather well. And nobody sees any actual signs of depression out there in the economy, the kind of depression at least that you would normally see in terms of bread lines at people you know. Massive homeless and so odd. To me. It's rather obvious why. Things are responding the way they have. The government created a massive amount of stimulus spending. And that money has gotten its way into the economy. That spending however is not dateable. If you take a look at some of the companies that have reported massive increases in their sales, their companies that to a lot of delivery or be stores that were allowed to be open, generally retail and see generally those that appeal to the consumers. Consumers, many of them have a lot of money right now. We all know the stories about the people who are having some of the best months of their lives because they were fortunate enough to be fired. Or laid off, they get their unemployment check, which is rather large at a good percentage of the regular pay. And getting a government stimulus, check on top of it. The number of employers who have told me the difficulty they're having reopening because of the pushback for workers who want to say furloughed. They WANNA. Stay furloughed because they're making more money now and they don't have to work. The institute called back to work. The unemployment check is gone. They fear that they will make less money ad. They have to work. Well. This situation will continue. squeaks and rattles of this chair in here. Don't you check these things out. Can't you hear this? Well you, it's it needs to be wd forty two something this chair that I had. It's all smashed up to both cushions this yet. What happens I? Think you who ruins these chairs weekend, people or Jabber or who bruins these chairs? You know both of the ends with the cushions are and I could see probably somebody like they lean back, and it gets underneath the top of the desk at a chips that they often so on. I just assume it's people who are not full-time employees. It's my philosophy at renters. Riders Trash houses more than voters right. A perfect ride got a perfect example of that probably should name any Dave's. Well known professional athlete who hasn't played in Milwaukee years, but it. It chose not to sell his house and read it out. Yeah. Well I just got sold. And it got sold for less than it was because the person bought it. As is rather than what do you think the best idea that if you're selling a place? That's trash. Fix it up. Or. Are you better off just selling and let the buyer fixing up which way it gets, which makes you buddy? What do you think of that? You fix it up. You think so. Because what I find right now is I'm off on this. This is an interesting topic. What I find the people who are moving into new places. It's amazing. How many of them want to Redo the place? Why no, but I just I just think almost everybody is right now, aren't they? I know it's a huge thing and condos. People buy a Condo and I say wall. Start doubted okay. They just look at the thing, and they visualize what they can turn it into survive editing. That's all busted up. I don't know that I'd fix it. Because the new order probably just got to knock it down anyway. Let let them by the whole thing. Well, that's that's what I'm saying. I wonder if you get your money back if you fix the whole, they got just the sell it I don't know that. This particular athlete didn't fix it up deciding that it. Would you know that the money that he would spend fixing it up and renovating? It would not equal the amount of money. He would get extra in the sale if he just sold it the way it was. Negative! You've now answered both sides now. He's claiming that you shouldn't fix it up you. You've offered. When it's worth it well, but you don't know until you sell it all right now. Let me get back to where I was. This is not sustainable. The amount of money that's being dumped into this because the money is simply coming from the Federal Reserve. Her opening up the printing presses and Cranking out all of this cash in addition to that, we have all of these forgivable loans that are being made available to a number of small businesses. A forgivable loan is simply grand. Then you have other programs out there. That have end dates to them. Trying to follow all the rules of the P are really really hard. Obviously the people that are eligible for the money out of the P p. p are the ones that have had become the experts on it, but one of the major programs that's in their requires you to spend all the money in two months. Well. This is resulting obviously in an artificial amount of spending, because you don't want to lose the body, because it's use it or lose it and the reason the program was created that way. It's not an entirely stupid reason, and as you know I, supported the cares act end. I supported P P P at a lot of the other stuff, even though I knew that there would be abuse in there, because when you shut out as much of the country as we shut down and shut her businesses for weeks and we. We've never done anything like this before. If we had not artificially put money into the economy, America would have fallen apart. But you can't do it over the long term. Because we can't just print this kind of if you could print this. If we could simply have the government pay people more not to work than that then to work, and you could do that for all time we doing all along while let's not work. Let's just pay everybody to sit on their butts, nobody. We're all peachy. Obviously, it is not long term sustainable. Countries that simply increase their money supply. It increased their money supply and increase their money supply eventually. There's so much money out there without anything being produced, you have massive inflation, you have lots of dollars or lots of the currency floating around, but no product so therefore the cost of everything goes up. So what's going to happen year is once all of these programs, ed. At once businesses stop getting all the assistance that they've been getting from the federal government. is going to kick in and there's going to be a sense of urgency to creating a resurrection of the American economy that's several months down the road, but it will be one of the debates in the presidential election, and you hear trump already trying to frame it. If we've got to come back from. A disaster who's better to try to bring our economy back me? Who created the greatest academy and the history of the United? States Or, the Socialists who don't believe in letting anybody working regulate the death. It becomes a compelling argument in any event, though as I was saying. If you take a look at what's going on with the economy, we've put all of the officials stimulus and s the stock market remembered that the stock market right now. When you hear these averages out there, they are so heavily weighted. Let's branch off into this topic for a while, but their various terms the Fang stocks and then. Nobody likes the term Fang anymore because there's no eminent and. I think that whole Fang thing came from that goofball Kramer. Isn't he? The Guy that started this? I think he did. I'll let people call up at a yell at you and tell you know it was this guy was that guy was the thing, and then are there to as and Fang and then. Should the Gbi in there at all, because Google now and other a et Cetera et Cetera et Cetera but the handful of large tech companies. And they have become such an enormous percentage of the stock market averages, especially the S. and P. Five hundred. That the S. five hundred doesn't give you a broad based view of the American Academy anymore back in the day, the S. and P., five, hundred, the five, hundred, simply the five hundred largest AB-. Marquette company CAP companies in the United States when they created it, everybody said this is a better barometer of the stock market than the Dow. Because the Dow has thirty companies in it. And the S&P five hundred has. Should I ask the easiest question of the day? How many companies are in the five hundred? Paul said I don't have to ask that. How many people would get that rod? I think if you got it right, you'd be likely or a liberal conservative. They would be the ones who literally would not know that. What year is the war of eighteen twelve. WHO's buried in grant's to all of the all of that? There's a lot of those stupid questions out there. Should we just do a show? That's what everybody all these other people that do it in the stay at home radio stuff that's going on funny amusing little diversions like this. Yeah, you know that's the lump of sugar with the medicine. I'm dealing in reality here. And I think I'm doing well. There are people who some people want to delude themselves that it's basically the people that are right about everything. The people that are right are willing to hear unpleasant facts if they know that they are reinforced to get correct position behind the. So they argue that the S. and P. Five hundred was simply the people you know, we follow the Dow. They put the Dow on TV and everybody knows on the Dow hits ten. Thousand Twenty, thousand, thirty thousand, but that the SMP has a much better number because five hundred companies is a better indicator than simply thirty and the thirty companies, the thirty huge ones. It's not a real indicator of anything. However, I'm not sure that's true Eddie bore. The S&P five hundred is waited. In other words, the bigger the market cap of the company, the more important part of the average it is. The Dow, they just take the thirty companies and they treat the same. So what has happened is as the so-called Fang companies have gotten so huge there at enormous percentage of the five hundred, even though there's only five or six of them. And because they're all in the same general industry technology, if technology remains rather strong, that average is going to remain rather stride, even though some parts of the economy may really be struggling, for instance, the financials have been terrible, and they bring the S. and P. Five hundred down, but technology has generally been strong retailing impossible question to answer if you ask somebody. How is retailer doing in the United States right now? There is no yes, or no answer that some parts of retailing are in their biggest boob of all time and others already depression. I can't even keep track of the number of retail chains that gone under just in the last week. I'll try to come up with it. Could you do it? Peer what's it called pure wadi imports. They're closing. All of their stories DODD JC Penney went under neiman Marcus filed for bankruptcy. Is there another one that's not coming to me. Another one that also went under. JC PENNEY Neiman Marcus. Pier one. Maybe that said that reported really really terrible quarters, and so on just awful numbers calls is an example of a company that is. Yeah calls is an example of a company that is just. In a nightmare right now, the comparables forty-three percent down I mean that's just unbelievable. But then? The sweet spot is the companies that have by and large in their local sates, but allowed to say open and have a delivery process besides. Walmart. Walmart's been opened almost everywhere in the United States because almost everywhere in the United States. They kept the grocery stores open. A few states said you could only sell groceries in the grocery stores, but most went the route of Wisconsin. If you're a grocery store, you can sell all the crap that senior star. This is benefited companies like. Walmart many of the Walmart stores are of course grocery stores. It's benefited the target stores. Many of them are grocery stores. It's benefit much smaller chain regional Meyer which is a grocery store that sells a lot of other things, so those companies have done very well. In most states, the home improvement stores have been allowed to stay open, and with so many people staying at home. They've taken this as an opportunity to do. Work on their houses, not surprisingly. Home Depot Lowe's doing spectacular incredible quarters and remember the customers for a company like Walmart. Almost all of Walmart's sales out of the regular old consumer. Not Quite as much with home depot and low as they do some business to Fairmont of business to business transactions, small business owners. You know they a lot of stuff. Home Depot Lowe's menards, etc.. But still a good chunk of that, and who are the people that are flush with cash to the people that have gotten these stimulus checks from the government. and. They have time on their hands, and if they're forced to stay home well, that means growth mark gross groceries, a guy to be purchased all that stuff. The point that I'm making is that that part of the economy that is done well. Has Been, artificially stimulated by stimulus. That's what stimulus is. While it's artificial. It has happened what I say that it's artificial I mean it is not something that's happening within the actual economy, the government credit all of these credit, all of this money and set out all of these checks and people are turning around and spending the checks. But once those check stop cobbing. that. Spending therefore has to stop. And that's what we're going to see. What the real situation is now companies like the tech companies that benefit from all the things that they've benefit from. Home Entertainment doing stuff at home all that stuff they may remained strong for quite some time, but a lot of the other industries that are out. There are obviously in trouble. So where we are in terms of an economy, I, think is going to be entirely premise that how quickly return to a sense of a normal way of life, because a normal way of life means more normal patterns of spending the more opportunities, the more things that we have shutdown, the more people will eventually simply go to unemployed without a stimulus jack. And, the owners of the business if their businesses go under end up having nothing, they have zero what they thought the businesses worth of what they could sell it for turns out to be zero because the business has become worth less. Not, worth less worthless. Worth Zero, so the business owner who thought he had a business that was worth. Two million dollars now has two million fewer dollars because worth has plummeted down down to nothing or her. And again I WANNA. Make clear I am not a critic. Of the fact that we carpet bombed the economy in the same way that I understood why after of The financial markets melted down seven and eight that we needed to do something. To keep the economy afloat I, think banks have failed all over the country I think banks failed here too, and it would have been a different kind of government bailout with the FDIC having to step in and bail out all the banks that had gone under. That's what would have happened if we would have simply decided that we're. GonNa go from full employment to twenty percent unemployment like three days. But, it can't continue over the long haul. And the left who have been arguing, keep everything shut down. It's not safe. It's not safe. It's not safe. It's not save. Don't understand that a nation cannot survive this way. Now, I mentioned the winners with regard to business. The companies that were allowed to say open. Let's stop at that point for all. Right, then and there you see the problem with what we've done. If government comes up with a list and says you could open, but you have to close. That is an unbelievable. Exercise Power by government to decide WHO'S GONNA? Make a boatload of money and who's going to go broke. The potential for corruption decision like that is incredible. And I'm not suggesting. That there was corruption involved in any of these decisions, but certainly you saw here Wisconsin. That there wasn't rhyme, nor reason towards some of the decisions that came down to the original statewide order from Tony V.'s. The example of St very close to where studios are here one hundred. Hundred Street we're in. Greenfield Highland Hundred Renzo. You know runs all the way down Tosa all that through West Alice. Hills corners Frank Lloyd. It's an incredible commercial strip there's. I mean there's a few houses that are on the thing that it's just one. It's strip malls. Big Box stores gas stations fast food restaurants. Cardio is at. It doesn't stop. I. Mean it's all it's endless. It's just unbelievable when you know what happens. Is You've got the entire cycle of the drugstores? Every drugstore is every grocery store is every fast food restaurant? There is every kind of car that you can sell all that stuff. It's all there are and when you walk through all of what they are, but you start over again. Okay, here's the drugstore. Is Next door the fast with? That's how high one hundred works. Yeah it's it's like Las Vegas, only not fun. Well no funding, Las Vegas either. So if you look at highway, one hundred, you have see. The incredible power of government. To decide a makes money and be goes broke. You'll see. One parking lot packed. And another parking lot. That doesn't have a single car because the store has been ordered close. In some cases you see it in the same. Shopping Development. There's one shy. There's one that's near Cleveland at highway. One hundred. Scott just about everything. Get it. There's menards in there. As a pick and save. Kohl's. There's a marshal, and then there's a bunch of fast food restaurants that other stuff or the other, the other thing that are all in there, and so on. There's a walgreens. You drive through. The picket save the parking. Lot is packed all the way out the WAZOO. The calls is not accelerate. They're the oldest cars that are parked in front of the schools are people that are going over to the metro if because all the metro marketplace's taken. The menards the got their thing? Then you go, and you look at some of the the walgreens which is disconnected. Of course. They've got a pretty healthy parking lot then. You've got. The understanding that a number of those stores the Biz this is even greater than it seems because there's a lot of people that are buying stuff from those stores via the delivery. And then you'll see a look around over here. Nothing dead empty week after week after week after week because the businesses closed. And then somebody else making a fortune. And as I said, in some instances, the criteria that was established as to who can open who cannot? Was Arbitrary to the point, almost being absurd. Walmart open and booming calls closed. And, the only reason the Walmart is open is because they got groceries in their. Call! If you know if at turn. Them had small grocery component back in the day. They actually had the same origin the Cole family on both companies you know decades and decades and decades ago up. The Kohl's department stores sold groceries. They would've been opened. And they probably would have thrived and done this fine to this entire period because they didn't. Investors in Kohl's. Sat back at long-term will calls ever bounce back out now. Would you close your stores? You will eliminate a lot of your costs, but not all of them. And as they reopened, will they be able to bounce back and recovered the business that they had before again unclear. Marshalls which is kind of a discount clothing store. At Very Large Square footage stores shutdown nothing going on nothing nothing nothing nothing. I don't even know what the WHO owns. Marshalls already thing but. Think about. The devastation is for that company in the meantime. Some of the stuff that they sell as kind of stuff that you can buy over at a Walmart or target people buy it there, and that's something that that's Marshall. Star will never sell because somebody got the same similar kind of item at another retailer across the street, and then you've got the whole. Differentiation between. What leisure time activities you can sell a product for which ones you can't. Now again, err on the side of letting anybody be open, so I'm not going to say. We should close down this that and the other thing, because it doesn't make any sense that somebody else's closed bought. When you use, this criteria is dead, and again I'm discussing here the carnage and the inability for some of these companies the bounce back even when they've been allowed to reopen, which in some areas now they have been in other areas. They haven't depending on which community your in. They decided to use this the criteria. We're going to allow only essential operations to stay afloat yet. Everybody knows Johnny Evers was lying about that. What's essential about liquor? It's something. That's an enjoyable thing for a lot of people that I suppose if you're an alcoholic. Get. But again it here's the. Point of how incredibly. Important. Government's role in the economy is right now if you OUGHTA liquor store in the State of Wisconsin, I'm guessing you've done spectacularly well during this period. A, allowed to stay open. Be the bars close so the only drinking that can occur as a current home and see your customers all have these stimulus checks walk at around here. But should government be setting policy that allows certain businesses to make a fortune well at the same time that same government is killing off other businesses that in some cases offer products or services that are extremely similar. The logic for example to say. The liquor store could open, but. The fitness center cannot. Neither is essential, but both have an impact on health correct yet. The fitness center contributes the better health and. Let's be honest for a state drinkers. It's hard to argue that the liquor stores contributing to a lot of hells. So if you're an investor in fitness centers. You're wondering right now. If you're how close you are going bankrupt and losing everything you've ever worked for an liquor store operator is flush. So! Remember though that both those people are in the same academy. The fitness center operator. And the liquor store order. Usually in an academy when things go sour. Almost everybody's dowd. And when things are great, almost everybody boobs. The one we're in right now is not like that. Just as you see what the stock market, another stock market averages can be somewhat misleading because they're so heavily weighted to these big tech stocks, not just the bay I mentioned the big ones, but there's also a lot of medium-sized tech companies that are that S and P. Five hundred hundred stock market averages. The stock market however does it measure mainstreet. Chain of five fitness centers. Do Not in any of those stock market averages. And they may be faced with going under true a company like Kohl's there in the average. And their waited off their. Awful situation is weighted against the boom. That's going on with. Say target or Walmart or companies like that? We're now in this stage. Where some states have moved toward essentially opening everything back up. But. Even, in the states that have opened everything back up. A lot of things won't open. None of the Sports Leagues are operating with fans and most. They're not operating at all. That matter what order government issues on that? Those companies themselves appear to be too afraid to try to start their operations yet. The are reports by the way people keep wondering about the box because. They've made your chance to win a championship this year. Their stories out there that the NBA is planning to try to resume the season in July and maybe play all the Games in Orlando. Don't again. There's a nine million rumors that I've come on, and none of them have ever panned out the idea that they have obviously is to play, either with no fans limited fans and avoid all travel and do it in a state that doesn't have any lockdown restrictions. Florida will come into mind with that. There initially had been some talk of Las Vegas. Las Vegas Governor is. Restrictive and that they just think that the environment that they'd have. Florida would be better. So what they would do is try to have a bunch of playoff series, and have all of them say in Orlando or maybe scattered in a few cities in Florida and call that a season and the idea that they had would be to put all this on TV thinking that they would at least get television ratings from showing all of that. Nobody likes Eddie of these ideas, but they're all that we're all in a situation. You're not knowing what to do. The NBA also talking about July because they don't think baseball will be started by that. Thinking well. We'll have it all to themselves. We don't know if there's GonNa be football. And even if there is there isn't any football really in July yet. Baseball can't seem to get out of its own way I mean this is a sport that seems to be paralysed with indecisiveness in part because they've got. This problem of some states won't let them play. Others will baseball's floated numerous trial balloons about well? Maybe we could play the season without fans do a regional thing where. You'd have a Midwestern League eastern league and a Western League. And do the season that way without fans and with limited travel. But they've been held up on that because some states won't allow that to even happen, Illinois is still under total lack dowd. So the cubs and the white sox wouldn't be able to participate in that kind of an environment and baseball doesn't seem to be wanting to essentially take them on and say okay. will either play without those teams or will make those teams go play in a state where they're allowed to play it. You also have the problem with the Sports Leagues and that the Sports Leagues. Most of their teams are in big cities which are controlled by Democratic leaders. And the democratic mayors are often fire more restricted than some of the Republican governors, even within that own sate. You can't imagine right now. For example at any point New York allowing baseball the result. So the NBA is simply move the whole thing, said a Florida. Play a bunch of TV games or maybe have limited fans than they were talking the stories I read three hundred fans at a job. And just use a bunch of gyms and play games. Round the clock into a bunch of stuff like that just to try to get something out there figuring that. This is the best way that we can try to force the companies that have our TV contracts. This show playoff games. So that I use that as an example of even wed.. Government lockdowns at lifted. It doesn't mean that things don't remain lockdown. I mentioned the story of northwestern mutual. Now, that company remains open. They still have insurance policies and financial services out there, but virtually all of their employees have been in a work at home mode, so I would describe that as probably a self-inflicted semi locked out. There have been rumors floating around the earth. West's debut may not reopen the Milwaukee Office for a year. That's a rumor. North of mutual hasn't confirmed it. But no one believes that that office is going to be open before the fall. They also have another big campus out there and Franklin. So again without regard to what government does if the business themselves the business itself decides? That were too chicken to open back up or In the case of say, Insurance Company, we can do pretty much the same things we're doing at an office by having people working their homes. That can go on for a very long time. If it continues for a real long time, you now have separate economic problems that go on in the relocation of the workforce. I talked on yesterday's program about the impact that all of this is going to have on the city's. If companies all over the United States decide. They're not going to bring their people back to office buildings. That means that all of the other businesses that relied on having all those workers down crashed. We've already mentioned the. Incredible problem. The companies like Uber are having. The hospitality industry. No employees traveled so odd. Even. If restaurants in the big cities are allowed to reopen if Almost all of the workers are living out there in the suburbs and scattered about and all that stuff in the not into these big giant office towers. If they're all empty. What difference does it Really Make York profound example of that? Just the New York, skyline. Office buildings. Nobody's going to work at Eddie for now, and even if magically ause you and Cuomo lifted the lockdown at New York. How many of those companies would open back up if they think they can get away with kit, allowing their employees to stay at home, so this business of snapping our fingers and turning the country back Oughta get. Only a portion of it is the government lockout now for private business does watery real, but enough a private business thinks it can get away with fifty percents year workers in having people work at home. They have that right in that perogative deduce at I. Do think that some of these people that are enjoying the work at whole mode. It dawned on that. Many of these companies are sizing up how many people we can permanently get rid of? Already, a lot of that has gone out and I think a lot of people who work for a lot of businesses people that are on this sort of temporary furlough now. They better crossed their fingers and start praying and hoping that the temporary doesn't become permanent that some of these companies don't figure out. Hey, you know what? They didn't need that guy. All. Those people that are on furlough. We didn't Miss A. That's going to happen, and it's especially going to happen if you have this entire work at home mode that's in place because so many of these jobs that we have. Tech Service operations building maintenance. The premise that having an actual physical location. So I'm discussing year at the beginning of the program. This assessment of where the economy is where it is it the first thing that has to happened is we gotta get the lockdown. Orders ended because the artificial stimulus that's been created by government. Even if we do what water two more rounds of it, it can't go on forever. And the longer it goes on the separate economic problems will occur if you're listening by show yesterday, I am. Inflation's here. The first thing inflating right now is food is really really going up. At all levels, meat prices are exploding in a lot of the restaurant operators that are now starting to reopen. Have fighting themselves shocked. They can't afford their food bills. You know other than what was in a free in a few freezers. Everything else has gotten rid of so in order for restaurants and bars that have food service, and so on. They've got restock their operations, and they're finding massive bills at no ability to get credit. Nobody's going to give credit to any of these businesses right now, because so many of them are so close to going under. I mentioned on the program yesterday that I think about twenty five percent of the restaurants in southeastern Wisconsin that were opened on March I will never reopened again. That might be low that many of them have thought they'd be able to reopen, and they now see what their costs are. For the for the items that are going up at food, usually as a leading indicator with food goes up. The rest of the other prices tend to go up after that. And this again is a function of stimulating the economy with all of this money that's been in there and creating excessive demand for certain things, and not for other stuff than in the food business, the fact that food processing while it stayed open has been relatively hard hit by the covert thing. These meat plants all over the country, and so on creating those types of shortages. They need to do term for the Fang stocks because they're not even paying anymore the letters. And they just do. I mean. You can't refer to Fang and not have Microsoft in there, but it's the audience there it's it's got an it's not an ad. and Microsoft is. has held up as well as Eddie company out there. Doing phenomenally well, anybody involved in the cloud is probably going to be able to withstand of a a you know a lot of this. Then, we got the whole g think. Google's not even a company anymore. It's Alphabet, but we have too many as since what's supposed to be and and have it go on forever? The only people who call Google who called a called Google Alphabet, the people who own the stock. You don't hear anybody ever referring alphabet. It's a giant American Corporation even though it's one of the largest corporations in the world. You. Know why they changed the name of the company from Google Alphabet. Because of all the other companies that they operate, and they own they own zillions. The companies and they didn't want to be identified only as that search engine. I believe eventually alphabet. It's going to be broke it up. And I continue to think without regard to the kind of an economic environment word that alphabet is. You don't know when that will happen either. They might just unilaterally on their own start to spinoff some of their operations. To achieve shareholder value, and the shareholders might start clamoring for that because I think alphabet is grotesquely undervalued stock, therefore goodwin to own, because it's got all these companies out there that are violent. Many are viable firms out of themselves, but because they're relatively small, they don't impact the share price of the larger company because Google is so huge, Google division the search engine. Division that they have, that's premised on advertising, such a giant portion of their profits, but. You broke up that company which I think eventually the government's GonNa do it or the shareholders I got a demand that you bust it up so that people end up owning stock in nine eleven different companies in the same way that the winner the big winners when at and T. was busted up the shareholders at and T. They got all the baby bells then went onto become behemoth of themselves all right. Enough on this and transition into where we are unlock codes. Other than the businesses that have unilaterally chosen not to open yet. Most of the State of Wisconsin. Anybody who wants to open their doors can in Waukesha county. We still hear of some restaurants that have it opened and a handful of professional services that are yet up and running and some offices that are closed, but otherwise things are kind of like normal right now. You Cross one hundred, twenty, four, th street and get into Milwaukee County. You're still mostly in lockdown mode. With only essential businesses operating and then the grocery stores. The drive stores and the Walmart. That's about it just about everybody else remains closed. Milwaukee County suburbs however, there lockdown order ends. As this as we approach the weekend here, so most of the businesses in Milwaukee County outside the city of Milwaukee will be able to open again if they want. Be Interesting to see how many restaurants and bars in West Allis while we're Tosa shorewood. Whitefish Bay etc. Do choose to reopen in time for the Memorial Day weekend and again I've been hearing anecdotally, but some of those who want to can't get their hands on products because. They can't afford it. I mean imagine if you have by. That didn't and a lot of the bars don't have any beer then a beer because they sold it back to the To the beer companies because they were trying to bring it into the grocery store so I mean that's a big check to go from nothing in your place. To be fully stacked from Memorial Day weekend, and if you haven't entity sales in any in two months, and you can't get alone, so I wonder I really don't know what percentage for example yes. City of a walkie still going to be closed outside of the city of Milwaukee. What percentage of Bison? Milwaukee will be open Saturday night. I have no idea. Thirty five Paul said. Ibn. There's the whole liability thing on the other hand. If they don't open their doors that close to go at under the restaurants, the thing that I'd be hearing from restaurants is if the chains are freaked out. and. The large ones are freaked out. And the small mom and pop restaurants that we have no choice. We have to open. We have to open. We're going under. So I would think the smaller the restaurant, interestingly, the likelier, it is to be that it's going to be open for a lot of the fast food chains. They may simply decide. We're going to keep doing it the way we're doing it. Go through the drive through come inside. Even if you're allowed to come inside and again, it's going to be case by case that Shane's are likely to be more cautious. The Independent operated facilities are likely to. I would say be more aggressive. And allowing you to cut it. So we don't know the answer that. I do think the following and Sylvia my last point of this before we move on. As suburban Milwaukee County and I realized a lot of people live away outside the Milwaukee area when I say suburban Milwaukee County I don't mean Waukesha County. I mean Milwaukee County, but not the city. That's about half the population of little less almost half the population of Milwaukee County does not live within the city of Milwaukee. While towards the West, Alice Creek Franklin. He's a rather high population cities. The North Shore. Whitefish Bay. Brown deer. Shorewood Fox Plate River Hills WanNa go through all of them. Greenfield Greenvale Etcetera. Once. That have been ordered to close are allowed to reopen in those communities as an example, South Ridge is reopening. Mayfair is going to be reopening when the Milwaukee County lacked owner Ed's as those reopen and as bars and restaurants reopened. I believe you are going to have extreme pressure on the city of Milwaukee. To end its lack doubt. If you're a borrower restaurant owner Milwaukee say maybe in the central city downtown somewhere. It's one thing that you've been forced to be closed for better than two months down. But when you're closed and a place two and a half miles away in west, Allison's open. A place at Whitefish Bay is open and you're still ordered to close. That's the pressure's really going to be applied on the city. And I don't know how long Tom Barrett can withstand it. I had heard indications that it was going to allow some of these places to reopen after the Memorial Day weekend, he still hasn't said this. He hasn't made any commitment or confirmation I think left to his own devices Tom Barrett. What bond things to be locked down? You know forever. But I'm sure if you're if you're a business. It's being forced to close in your Milwaukee. Who Do you complain to? People aren't picking up the mayor and calling him. He's not even in the office. They call their alternate. They call their Alderman. That's the job of the Alderman to take those calls. They're calling. The Alderman and they're screaming and yelling at them, and that's when the Alderman might start to crack now I do know. That when the mayor last week lifted the ban when he allowed the hair salons so onto reopened, that was Friday of last week. That was because of pressure for that. They got from the Alderman particularly. Some of the African American owned businesses that were very close to going under. Those are important businesses. The African American community and you know anything about the barber shops. Beauty Salons really anywhere in. The, African, American community anywhere in the United States, the cultural like God's people go hang in there even if they're not getting a haircut, and that's a real thing and the politicians all stop in there. They all know the operators of those places. And when the suburbs were allowed to reopen. When the Supreme Court struck out his order. And Barrett kept them locked up. They called their Alderman and they raise. They raise the huge rocks, and those. Alderman told the man look. You've got to let these places open up and the next push for that might come might be from the other businesses in the city that are forced to close once suburban Milwaukee County. Opens Up. This John Y. How many busies pretty was added toast the living in their embittered and limited that he's oddity as he. You don't always tell me what he's not here. You know yet Paul. Clancy's odd all right well. Here comes our really moment of listening to him. Yeah, it's time for rapid traffic when Tosa businesses are allowed to reopen. This week I'm not sure if the order takes effect Friday or Saturday, but it's thought I heard twenty seconds of Friday. Friday I think that's right Let's stay, say restaurants. What percentage yet? All the restaurants Walter Tosa what percentage will open up for it in inside. Sit down. Dining. I would probably guess maybe sixty percent fifty, fifty sixty. San What about the bars? about pro, probably the same, maybe maybe a little more yeah I just. Oh, the dawn of the answers I see some aren't quite open because the rounder because they just not go to reopen. They've already gone Bosley. Just don't know about it because they have been closed and as I say I've been hearing. that. There's a significant problem in restocking supplies because all the vendors demanding cash in advance which I would, too. If I was selling safe restaurant food to a play, I'm I'm not extending any credit. Any of these places because I know how many of them are probably very very close to going under a don't have the and the reason. The demanding credit is they don't have the money now. They're just hoping that they can get their places pack for three weeks so they can get K- get some cash to pay their bills and. I. Don't recall hearing. The Tom Barrett decided he wasn't going to collect any property taxes for the last month. or any of that stuff, and while the utility bills are down some, it's not like you can turn your heat down to zero, you know. There's a lot of those bills that are in there, so some just won't reopen at all, but it'd be an interesting thing to say I mean toss pretty good example because the east side of the cities rather liberal, the west side of the cities, rather conservative Ed at the Westside doesn't have any restaurants or bars on other than the Mayfair. And those are a little bit more change change almost almost exclusively. Yeah, I think you know blue mound road, and all that stuff and then the east side, which is the village and all of that stuff. I would. I really don't know the answer to it, but if they are mostly open. At it's Memorial Day weekend, the extended weekend and the weather's supposed to be great, too. That's and people go out and stuff. They're GONNA do is much businesses. They WANNA do because. Half a billion people live in the city of Milwaukee and all their stuff still lacked out. So, but I think a lot of people are. Scared so I think they're gonNA that part, but there's also the people that have been stir-crazy. I. Don't mean the customers I. mean the owners orders I think they're nervous. About how many people do I allow in? How do I work the spacing? so that everybody's comfortable and all that kind of stuff, so they have all of that? They have all of that said they could sell his some of them I. Think might be able to excel at least for the first. First few days as much as they choose right in other words, they space the thing out. If they have less spacing, they'd be able. They'd be able to sell even more, and you know the Fr-. The restaurants seemed to be the ones that are focused on the spacing. I? Don't the problem with trying to space. Byers's people go to bars to talk to what other. Is supposed to play music. Then make a person. Sit Fifteen feet away from somebody else said. And the bartenders supposed to wear a mask. People that have stay your whole point of the virus. Drink at talk at least. I love to see how it plays out, and I've been hearing reports all over the map in Waukesha County. Some places still closed. Others Open. That's why I think. It's probably like a fifty fifty thing for Tosa, too. Because there's places I'm surprised in Waukesha that are. I the county that are still closed and others that are you know up and doing business, so it's yeah, it again in the cases of some that are close we. We don't know because nobody's going to say I'm going bankrupt right, but you wonder if that's the reason that some of them in fact aren't close now chains. They're going to go of course by what the operators of the chains ordered them to do. Even if you're a Franchisee, you're probably stuck under that, but some of the independent ones you really do wonder. Just drive in her honor, but commenting to Paul about the number of signs that have gone dowd, you signs saying the name of the buyer, the restaurant it's gone, which tells me probably either the placement sold. They've gone under or maybe they're going to change focus or something. The some of them might have taken advantage of this period of do a little bit of remodeling. The owners got nothing to deal what I go. Fix your place and so I have yeah. I've seen that in in a few places so again it's you know forever and ever and ever in business in the United States, because interest rates have been so low. Business owners have been tied. They're all taught this in the business goals through those that had the college degrees. That! There's no point in having operating capital walking around five hundred thousand dollars in the bank. Just sitting, there are more on. It's about earning about one percent interest. Instead you should have no operating capital operate off a short term loan. Your interest rate is only three percent, but your profit margins are higher than that. You could make a fortune so just carry the sun debt and don't wait. Put all the money that you have into the business bio. Even more run your operation. Gogo well that like everything else that all works until it does it sit now. The business owner that's got no debt and is building. Perhaps it's paid for if he owns it or. or his lease payment is manageable and he's got cash in the bank or she. You know they're kings of the world, whereas the people who had nothing but debt, they've got no cash. The turn to and the debts been piling up with no payments, being made out it for the last three months. Some and I'm sure that's also true in corporate America, you see the tech companies doing so well. Most of them have very very little. Dat, if at all sitting incredible amount of cash whereas a lot of other you think about that. We're talking about Las Vegas in the Casino Cut. That's all debt right. I mean it's all debt and there's been no revenue. Not just the Las Vegas, but everywhere America virtually every casino in the country. Has Been closed and. I just something just occurred to me here. Do you know if the casinos outside of Milwaukee are reopened yet I? The one in Madison is going to open shortly I. Don't I don't know the exact date, but I know within days it is going to, and that's a partial casino. They said they were just going to have slots for the time being out off on IDA's Open I. don't even know that I don't. Get so on and and the pilot, a lot of courses again at the mercy of the city of Milwaukee, but which I'm surprised by, but I suppose they have to work with. Something in their compacts, but which rules they have to follow, and which ones they don't for example, they can allow you to smoke. They ignore the smoking ban, but they can't. Let's say a year old drag. They have to honor the drinking age, and those are things that are written into compacts about what rules they have to enforce which ones they don't but then. then. There's also just the decision of their choice. Now Potter Wabi. I would think would have almost no debt at all, because it's such a cash-rich. Yeah. I can't help, but he saw if they decide that. They don't feel comfortable open yet. They're not going to open what we've heard from. Pot Awad. Is that when they do reopen certain segments of the business? The BINGO might is not a might never come back and the table games won't open initially, and they might just decide that these are just slot machine, places, and now slots slots are easy, because it's a one person thing and you. Just have like one person that this machine and then maybe close out. It's not your credit cards at. Those for example, they closed the bars just. Right. You just keep the machines and will will the they've got a very big race book while they were open. That I would think the poker room might be done forever. That's close contact. Hands on dealer shared cards all their chips that they just they're all freaked about the chips, and you're hearing in Las. Vegas trying to figure out a way to do the table games without chips. I. I going to take a long time in this first segment, I'm going to people. Keep asking me. What would you do if you're making the Rose I? Address that question and talk about it. The other theme that we've got on today's program is each show this week I'm going to be discussing my belief that in the long run. All of this backfires liberals. I talked yesterday at tremendous length about how cities I think are going to be the big losers in this, and just as I mentioned this I know a guy lives well. I'll tell you where at. At least he listen back what he said. He knows somebody that sold their house this week for asking price multiple offers, the buyer was a thirty year old, unmarried, millennial, who lived in Milwaukee, who up and decided now. That's anecdotal at. It's an isolated case. I, just I. Know How millennials are there. Safety Free said all the things that they've loved about cities well now cities are germ bobsleigh terrified. They're terrified of cities. Add the reason to live in cities is because of all the things that you can do cities. We'll let you do any of those things. The this could become really really significant. We'll see first and real estate if their significant demand remember the big problem, real estate right now is still not a lot of supply so when you start hearing things about. Selling for the asking price or pay offering above what the asking price is, and again I could be wrong on this, but I think liberals. The people who told us forever we should be living in cities created. The city says the tremendous power base, but they've done here is they've destroyed the incentive for businesses and individuals to be in cities, and I've got a few other examples of things that long-term going to happen. Because of the way the lefties have played this out and one of them will be coming up whenever I finally get on with the show so now we'll let you do the traffic which. We could tell them things. Stop lacking when the lockdowns are finally over when you get traffic and yet yeah, well, we've been getting traffic. Counts weekly and every week. The counts are double digit growth week over week, and that's probably both things reopen and others people who lacked themselves up just moving around and doing more I mean. If just going around doing things today, every day just feels like there's more and more people. Out doing stuff go into stores. Places I'm at. It's. It just seems like an everyday outlet wasn't aware of until it read an article. Last night is the trucking business is being crushed. I was just sit in with deliveries that everything, but there's a lot all the businesses that have been shuttered. Their raw materials aren't coming in all right the the harbor. You know the imports from China don't exist right now, and that's a lot of the stuff that shift. Shift. You know good. Let's get right to the California coast thing then get put on trucks to be shuttled around the country and I hadn't really thought about it, but I guess I, have it? No part of it is because I'll drive anywhere other than to and from work, because nowhere to go I haven't been out of the interstate beyond here to notice the fact that the truck traffic seems to be down, but. I want to go somewhere. There's just nowhere where to go to delay I Illinois. Pritzker that could allow that state to reopen apparently ever his family's. Supposed to go to the burbs. What about what do you want me to do up there pritzker family? Stay, in Port Washington. They already call all that off. Ever, Drive up their turnaround comeback. PRITZKER Spanish I has been hiding. There go to dinner. I, actually I was thinking about doing that this weekend, but now we I still have to check and see which restaurants around here are open but I just a lot of people that are. stir-crazy to go out and resume social lives and so on. Policies. There's band playing I'm really. Ono Your. Plan? How can quite possibly first of all bad boy should be calling themselves boy bad boy was huge when I was. Six To. They were the same era as cheap trick that. I end, aren't they? Didn't they? Weren't they like contemporaries of cheap trick that both bands kind of came out of the same. That's right. What are the? That's why I thought connection? What are the the guy with? The bad boy was once the lead singer for cheap trick. So bad boy still plan. You're going to go. Where are they going to be? A Wide Array I can't go to a wider. Oh, it's outdoors. Is it supposed what's the weather Monday? Let me look. partly sunny chance for scattered thunderstorms high seventy six. That's they'll be packed for that thing. All the be no social distancing either guys fat guys of a hitting on women too young for them at all of that stuff. I? Call them up and charge him five thousand dollars for the publicity that I just gave him. Thirty W S ad Mark belling late afternoon. Show bid on Milwaukee Law Sale, going on today way this thing works is. When we have the normal bid Milwaukee online auctions, the items are supposed to started a certain percentage below retail value all the stuff that didn't sell the last time we did one of these things. Gets put back up, but the opening bid is now sixty five percent below retail price, and most of this stuff therefore would sell simply for that opening bid. It's not as much of an online auction or the somebody could be, but a lot of the stuff is i. see up here. Company might have multiple versions of the same item, so so the best matter figure out whether or not there's anything out there trying to just go to the website and check it closes down at seven o'clock tonight, but it's today only, and it's basically all the stuff that places at clouded. Moving out and maybe get a steal of. There's something out there. You'd be interested in I'm going to respond because people have said well. You know you were the governor. What would your order be? What would you do? I can answer that simply. My order would say nothing. Nothing. I would say decide for yourself while you're gonNA live through this. You want to stay locked in your house. Wear masks. Lock yourself in the House. That would you go where a mask? You're a buyer I'd say open up if you want to. If you know what open up, don't. You don't WanNa. Go to the bar. Don't go, you do go. If, you want to sit fifteen feet away from somebody in a bar. Go find a quarter of the by yourself. You want to sit next to somebody some somebody in sweet talk of sit next to him. I would have any rules. I told the local sport I tell all the sports leagues out there you to start play, but if you don't WanNa start playing, don't play. And a fan wants to go to a game. Go to a game if they have a game and if they don't don't. Bowling alleys wider open. If they want to do clean up clean this and cleaned that it cleaned the other thing and. Have people bowl only at every other lane. Fine. They want to close fine if they want to have. Everything is normal and let people bowling lanes right next to what other fine. People to figure this out for themselves. And I think the impact of the virus would be the exact same as doing all of these ridiculous orders. I'd let the liquor stores open and I'd let the Hobby Lobby Open. And if somebody wants to close, or they don't feel safe, they can close, and if some business things that they can actually build market share by putting in place, social distancing for the people are comfortable, fired and other people say I'm GonNa. Try to pack them in fide. I. Let the Health Clubs all opened up. At a somebody doesn't feel comfortable going to the health club. They don't have to go, and if you want to go to the health club, you can go there. I tell the churches that there's no rules at how many people can go in at all, and if you WANNA, have your regular services whatever you want to have you can, and if you WANNA have no services at all, as many continued to choose not to have any or to put in place, strict restrictions. Then you could do that, too. And if we had done this all along, I don't think there would have been anything different. The only thing I would consider shutting down. Would be urban buses. I wouldn't do it but I. consider it because I think the evidence is overwhelming that the most unsafe place anywhere in the United States right now. The two most are nursing homes and mass. Transit Systems. You can't close the nursing homes for Heaven Sakes. The people there are people that live there. They have to be somewhere. And in some communities and some nursing homes have done a spectacular job in keeping the residents there safe and others. Have Bad. You know just pits of death. And New York especially in New York. where it by the way, if you the argument is who the worst governor in America, and this is bad, I is bad as whitmer has been in Michigan. It's Andrew Cuomo. I mean Andrew Cuomo NS attempt to save. People's lives killed people what he did with regard to the nursing homes there. Most of the competent performances by any governor in the United States I would say on the history of this country when he put in place that order forcing nursing homes to accept patients who have people who had called people who were moving out of their own family home, because the folks that have been there forcing the nursing home to accept them, and then the massive death that's occurred in those facilities anyway. I'd essentially have no rules. If I was going to advice sub one what they should or shouldn't do the only thing I give them any clause on would be. Mass transit like urban buses and trains and subways, and so on the facts are rather indisputable here that. They're just virus bits is what they are. Because of shared services close contact. All the stuff. That contributed to the problem. High risk populations using the system is all about I have no rules. And that people use their own good judgment. Businesses individuals Americans exercise the freedom that our countries and premise. I think we would have done a exactly the same as we've done. Now at the way, what what's happening now base that everything that I see happening is that his virus is going to be around for about a year to a year and a half. And the numbers are going to be rather flatland like this for a long long period of time and Wisconsin. The hospitalization numbers have been between three and four hundred now for weeks. They're spiking upward because of this problem and Racine County right now where the virus is rolling through. That's just what's going to happen. It's going to roll through at area and you're going to have not A. A statewide spike, but like county wider citywide spikes, and then it'll move through and that it'll die off after two weeks, and then the spike might be somewhere else so I would do nothing, and I think that by doing nothing will have about the same impact. lockdowns had all be giving people free to back allowing people to make money and allow people to make personal choices for themselves. If, a store wants to require masks. I think store should have the right to require masks I just hope that enough of them. Don't so that those of us who don't want to walk around with masks I can go to the stores. The treatises adults understanding that you're not going to be giving away the virus by walking within twenty five feet of somebody enroll forty two over there, because afraid that he's GonNa. Breathing your air. The Guy who by the way took the bus with twelve other people added to go to that store. Am I not right. So just nothing that'd be my order. Well, you beg, both what would you? I just told you. I have no war. Here's my order. Pick a piece of blank paper there it is. It's possible at the beginning. If I would have no and I didn't know we didn't know at the beginning that mass transit was going to be as deadly as it was. But had known that. Maybe we would you know if New York should've done anything any one thing they should have shut down their trades. Just make people take buses, or whatever, and if it meant, some people couldn't get to work, they couldn't get to work. Because that's was a major transmitter of it, and if you learn anything from this yet sevarlije inside mass transit is a tremendously easy way of getting people sick. One of the many examples of Things that long-term are going to fall out of this. Because of the way, lefties overreacted to covid. That's got another one. There is going to be far less reliance on mass transit from the people that are terrified of getting set. Liberals haven't through thought-through Eddie of this all they've thought through his this. We can exercise control. We can get big government checks, and maybe we can get rid of Donald Trump I, don't believe their medical analysis of Colbert and the societal thoughts on called have extended beyond that. Well, we're going to talk about one of those components in the next segment. That's coming up. We'll this actually helped them? GET RID OF DONALD TRUMP OR Is this all good to backfire on him? And this is going to be bad for liberals politically in the coming election. Let's discuss that? said the facing marketplace thing. Is Huge. I've been referencing a couple of times the breaking up breaking up the big tech companies and so on. I don't know as long as trump is. President Justice Department is going to be a mind for using antichrist. Break up some of these clearly monopolistic. Large companies but I think the pressure's GonNa come from the shareholders themselves. The thing is almost all the tech companies for all their talk about how they believe in you know democracy and all of this stuff they've all set themselves up that the shareholders have far less power than the founders of the company create for instance alphabet created. They've got two classes of stock, A and B or something and other and. One of the stocks is held primarily by the founders of the corporation, and that's the ones that make all the decisions about the fate of the company I. Mean Zuckerberg has kept. Incredible control of facebook away from the actual shareholders. At concentrated. In his hands and The people who founded the companies may not WANNA bus. Stop the companies because they want to run the whole thing's themselves, but shareholders usually are big fan of breaking up companies, because they end up owning shares of all the smaller companies that occurred because of the break up, and some of those companies then go grow themselves that could have spectacular valuations because for instance facebook if he just broke up facebook, marketplace and facebook and busted it up into two things. Probably the combined value of the stocks of the two companies. It'd be a greater market capitalization. Then just the one so I think that that's probably years away, maybe not quite so much for. A company like Alphabet, where maybe the company itself as they say might just decide that. You know we don't get any credit for your youtube credit for the startups with the electric cars at all this stuff. Maybe we should bust ourselves into a bunch of companies Ed become even richer that we right now, anyway, standing up from Milwaukee, this is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on news. Talk Eleven thirty. W, I S ed. Somewhere today and I cut across the grass. It's like walking around in a swamp. Okay, the sun came out. It's SORTA creates the impression that everybody gets dry it out. We apparently had a lot of rain. I mean I stepped at my foot, just kept going down. It was like I was on quick said. My newspaper column this week. Which is today, the Waukesha? Freeman and most of the other Conley publications that it's here and it runs and a lot of different places as you know. If you get the publication, you get it if you don't you don't. The theme of the column dealt, with. The, potential that essentially nothing. that. The lefties hoped that they can accomplish by their to coney and lockdowns call. The nineteen will work out for them that it might all backfire. On yesterday's program, I spent a fair amount of time on. I think one of the most likely outcomes. Longer term I, don't mean tomorrow, but longer term and that is. This. Boom for the last I'd say twenty five years maybe nearly thirty. It's almost been as long as I've been doing the show. This urban renaissance, this move of Residential Housing Act Cities and Employers will be back to cities. In the seventies eighties, and still somewhat of the nineties, the big migrated was outward sprawl at employers sprawl to. Northwestern Mutual for example built that big campus out in Franklin. If you drive along I ninety four. You know from Milwaukee Toward Madison the number of big companies that are located in Brookefield and so on companies like Pfizer built out there. Clyde graphics. Didn't you have to have its corporate headquarters north west of Milwaukee, but they put everything out there walkie, and then other plants fire out there. That was the way things are being weight. And then it just changed. I don't want to repeat the entire topic yesterday. So speed up the process here, but. It was a combination of a lot of baby boomers and the term that was invented for them was empty nesters. The Nest is now empty. They decided they didn't want the mcmansion in the suburbs to keep up anymore and bay. You could see this your fifty five years old. You spent your entire lives raising three or four kids. They've been the focus of your lives there. Now all go out and you're sitting there. Stare at each other. They're looking for lifestyle changes. They wanted more to do. Especially, if you're somebody that was into sports or culture, or into restaurants or into you know symphonies and. All the stuff that the city's had to offer and the empty Nester started moving back in, and they moved back into. They were demanding very high quality housing. The next thing that happened was the millennial generation. The oldest millennial is what now thirty six now. Fifteen years ago, they started. Making it clear that they wanted to live in cities, and they wanted to their people that hung together. They wanted to be unpacked. They routed to be around other people. They liked everything about the notion of urban living. And they went on strike against marriage, and especially against children by the way real quickly. The birth rate declined again last year. Lowest rate in decades in decades this long term trend of fewer children and therefore tremendous declines in school enrollment is going to continue forever. Remember so wasn't born last year. That's one that's eighteen years from now a small senior class in high school. We've overbuilt. All of these schools were better have need for far fewer teachers than we do now. Simply because millennials won't have children in any real number anyway. The millennials made the decision that the vast majority of them at least wanted to live and said he's. This had a lot of ramifications I gotTa pick up my pace here because I want to get to the new thing, but it wasn't just people from Sabra. Kid would go to college and decided that I wanna live in a city I want to work at a city. Kid Up at a fire went to. Colleges decided I don't WanNa live here out here in the country anymore I want to go where people are had. There's always exceptions, but generation just held up and. If, you go into Milwaukee or Chicago I would say just about any of the major cities. The supermarkets in the stores and all the stuff that had now opened up in these cities. There's like nobody in their forties of they're. They're all nasty. Sixties! Of course, there's the long-term residence. The people always lived in the fifties and sixties, and then there's all these people in the thirties. And the end result was the employers themselves had to the ones who were sprawling out to the suburbs, turned around and came back. I don't forget to hang onto FEIS server, not but Pfizer before. They acquired the company from Georgia. They were looking for a new corporate equity. Simply said we can't get younger professionals to go to Brookefield Brookefield, not even fire out. Blew me away when Yearbook said that the now former head of Pfizer The said that North West the mutual built the incredible High Rise Downtown, I twenty years ago, the consensus was there are bailing out of downtown the walkie that maybe they use the downtown building yields, stone, Building Museum they bought all that landed Franklin and twenty seven street. That's where everything was going to be. Then they made the decision to build a new corporate headquarters downtown Milwaukee because the overwhelming majority of younger workers wanted that the office without walls, the pods, the gleaming building, the place where we could eat nab a health club in there and put the daycare. Sit here and there the world. This is what's happened all over America. But now. Because of COVID. We've told people that everything about cities is terrible. Catch Diseases. This is where you catch viruses. You can't live close to whether all this stuff. And I think one of the clean things that's going to happen is a significant outward migration and sprawl back to the suburbs into the country, and you're going to see it especially with the generation that has been. Put in the bubble during covid the generation the generation behind this next flood. Hardly any of them have said this allowed, but you know what they're all thinking. Before the Kobe thing sided. It was starting to that. You know after Donald. Trump won they were. They were like prisoners. Prison Cell Guy Sentenced to prison for seven years. He immediately starts counting the days backwards what he can get out. Or, what is first parole hearing date would be or whatever the would be. That's other lefties have been with Donald. Trump they initially thought well. Maybe we can get. Maybe we can impeach and remove them then even if we do that, we still have pants. That's not good enough. They've been rolling to get this for years over with. And then it started to occur to them. At this sucker by beat us again. They tried everything. Two Years Russia collusion. Wow, okay five. He gathered a phone call with the head with the head of your craid by the way compare. Trump's phone call with Ukraine with Biden's phone call with Ukraine. Now that that transcript he's out one guy committing about fifty seven felony socket about covering up crimes and trump say hey. Maybe you could invest. DUBYA favorite investigate a crime for me. Thinking Pretty, please do that. Trump's the one. So, they try that. Sway in MS nothing. In the meantime. Here's the economy. which had been a drift under Obama stock market was doing well, but there was no wage growth. No job growth unemployment's stubbornly high. We're being kicked around by every other nation of the world economically. Comes in and we have the greatest economic boom of all time. Anybody who wanted a job had about forty two offers out there. Wage growth finally started to grow. And as done these lefties, my goodness gracious that trump might beat us. And everywhere trump. Rallies pack thousands, thousands, and thousands of people sharing hero, worshipping Donald Trump people go through this litany of all the spectacular economic successes so well. They haven't said this allowed. Not much at least. Thirty themselves. What if we held the economy? Then? Trump can't go brag about it. One thing is true about almost every presidential election in in American history, if the economy is good, the party in power wins if the is bad, the party in power loses. Richard Nixon. was reelected by a landslide in one, thousand, nine, hundred seventy two six months after Watergate. Washington Post the devil out of its stories by that it would like people did know. They do, but the academy was building. We went into a terrible recession in seventy three and suddenly everybody hated. Nixon wasn't an election result, but it was the same think our attitudes toward politician seemed to be remarkably tied to how well the economy is going, so I think a lot of liberals of simply assumed that if one of the ramifications of Culbert is that we kill off the economy that means trump is done. Because, we've taken away his big issue talking about the big BOOB. We have so let's bring in Covid we're going. Down to all of our stuff at all of that, and the best thing of all is, trump will be gone, and it certainly explains why whatever move trump bakes. Hard light uncovered criticized software uncovered criticizing. It doesn't matter what medication to. They're getting on trump. Because now he's taken her Roxie Clark win if he would've said I'm not. Taking any medication doesn't matter what he's GonNa. Rip Everything. He does with regard to this because they believe that this is the way of getting rid of him. The strength of liberals is they're willing to do just about anything to get power, and they are relentless and they worked very hard at the goals. They work harder than conservatives they're. They're more relentless than conservatives. Are there more Machiavelli and then we conservatives are they also understand that situations like this chaotic situations are times in which they can achieve the most never let a crisis. Go to waste, etc.. The weaknesses. They're stupid. Often. The things they do, don't work out the way they want. They really don't want. All the urban public school systems in America Stink. They love to be able to say we read all the big city. School Systems and education in the big cities is way better than it is in the suburbs in the country. They'd love to say that. So, they do all of these things with regards to education. They think all of them are gonNA work, none of them do. Stupid. Pretty much everything liberals try to do fail. I told the story way back at the beginning of Obama that if Barack Obama Nancy Pelosi renamed co-managers of a Burger King It'd be about the lowest performing Burger King in the entire chain. They just don't know how to do anything, and it's both like they've got a flawed ideology. They don't know much about life. They spent their entire lives in government. They don't know how anything works. So when they set out to do things, they often don't get done what they want done. Is it possible? I throw out. That all of this. Let's bring culver to kill the economy, so could get rid of trump. backfires. And it makes trump's stronger. At the moment, I lean towards. Yes, it is going to backfire. And this makes trump's reelection likelier not less likely. I'm GONNA lay out the case for this in the same way that I laid out the case about. How they're killing off, the city's by their cultured reaction, killing off the thing they most loved and their base of Power Urban America. Now I'm GonNa lay out the case. That maybe they're getting donald trump's elected. From notice that the Sunny Slope Hills seems higher when you're going down at the when you're going up. When you drive, it doesn't even seem like a hill going up, but when you're coming back when you're going toward Milwaukee going the other way, it's like your top about efforts. Look down there. What I've noticed is how it affects the speed of cars. Everybody slows to forty when they're going up the hill because they don't seem to understand, you got US press your brake pedal harder. Go up a hill, and then the comeback go at ninety five down that thing, which is why the cop always waits on the on the east part of the of the hill. I mean it's easy pickings there, I, it's it's. It's people. Just I don't know if it's the paying attention to what they're doing. When you're going down the hill, yeah, ease up on the gas going up the hill. You step out at harder, but people are capable of doing that. My throat. My comment of the Sunny Slope Hill I've had Stewart on this one for twenty five. Thirty WBZ son. was. This guy be bad for pink right. I mean she's one of the most successful concert performers of all time. I mean. Pink has a concert. Eighteen thousand people just show up at. Oh? She got called it. Well that adds the by theory about among the ways you get it. Even discusses the. there. Things that I think would result in transmitting the virus in one of them is putting your hands on the same subway turnstile. That seems fairly obvious to me. Another would be how about everybody going to new. Orleans during Mardi Gras. At have sex with strangers, as we meet people from all over the world and just hookup at exchange, bodily fluids from all over the planet. Anyway? I'm going to explain my thoughts on this in my own way. I believe one of the real weaknesses of liberals, and it's the reason that they are liberals. Is it on a holiday thing works. They don't. Because if they did, they wouldn't be a liberal. I If you wanted to bring prosperity to the world, you wouldn't believe in any of the things that liberals believe it. They don't owe anything works. That's why the comment I made about for Bama and Pelosi read Burger King. It would be an unsuccessful when they know how to run a proper Burger King. They don't know how anything works. Part of this is life experience so many liberals. Are Children of people who work for government in one form or another. Or Work for say anti, you know a social service, agency or a nonprofit. That they are, the children have parents who didn't know how they worked. And they go into a life of working for government or doing stuff. Lay It, and they never actually get exposed the having to do anything that has to be successful. Here's the thing about being in government. You don't have to be successful. If you work for a city's. Mass Transit System. You don't have to be any good at it. There's a better one so bad woods. Nobody ever gets fired from those jobs. You do almost anything at government enough to be good at it. Hard, it is to get fired most of those things. So you end up? Not being judged success and being good at something isn't part. Of how you get ahead in life. Good Teachers get paid the same as bad teachers. Stick around long enough they earn the same amount of money and go get an extra degree. You'll make more money than somebody doesn't have the degree. Even if that person's a better teacher, the you are. Works. And because their life experiences restricted to being a government. They. Never pick up on how anything works. They don't know how anything works. What does this have to do with trump I'm getting there I said I have to explain these things in my own way. In my own career. Ever, since I got into this ought to getting out of college I have had drawn ideas about radio news. Etc.. I'm extremely opinionated as to how to do radio well. Strongly, opinionated desire to present news stories well. And I have therefore. For, all the years of doing this which is now multiple decades. least to. Through all the years I've been doing this. I have chafed. Adhering Consultants. Or sales oriented radio. People trying to tell me how to do, radio. One of the reasons, why television news all across the United States? All the channels is identical. I. Did you watch the way they do the News Milwaukee? It's the same way that they do the news into moines, which is the same way they do. The News and St Louis, which is the same way that they do the news at Houston which is the same way that the Newest Louisville. It's because it's all consultant driven. The consultants come in and tell you do it this this. This and trust me. These people are in radio as well. They're not all terrible. Almost all are terrible, different David's. The reason they're consultants is usually because they flopped prior to do radio themselves. Some. I've known a couple are actually very smart and I've learned from them. Few and far between. Anyway. These consultants come up and say well. You should do this and you should have a mix of topics if you talk show, include some of this stuff here and then here's how many calls you should take. You should do this and you should do that and you should do the other thing. Or come comeback and they do focus group research. been around forever had to go through this Madison. It's brutal. Focus Group Research. You bring a bunch of people that. They did this even mad madman. That's how far back it goes. You have the people sitting in a glass, but there's a lot of those fake. Two way mirrors where you can see the people, but they just look at her. And you ask him questions about a product or trying to get their opinions on things simple I kind of like this or I kind of like that people have taken all these notes doing exactly what they say. And if you had a focus group on my show, though I don't like the mark belling, does this maybe mark? She'd do more of that. I'm sure the company through what of our various management's. They've done that with my show. And then they'll come in and say well. The research says you should do such and such I know you're thinking. What does this have to do with trump? I'm getting their. Place listen to be this. Whatever I take forever to get to a point. Everybody knows the points going to be good, don't they? There's a reason I've gone through all this. Do all this research, and then they'll tell people like bay and tell people J. Weber and tell people like Donald Island, but what Sykes is over there tell all these people. All the research says she do such and such. I know that what's going on over there A. T. M. J. Right now as research driven because it's impossible that any of the talk show host could be dumb enough to do their shows the way they're doing them on their own. This is all research driven. The race. It's just the research says this. The research says that the research is that extinct, and the research is simply what people say they what? My answer to that is very simple. If everybody in the audience knew how to do a talk. Show better than me at all. Be doing talk shows. If I don't know more than anybody else I shouldn't be doing this job. If some car salesman at. Adam Daryl Boucher whatever? Lynch. Doesn't think he or she knows how to sell cars better than just about anybody else. You shouldn't be about why to work. You should be doing something else. True everybody asks to learn. But. What are the goals doing? Anything is to try to figure out how to do something better than just about everybody else, does it. I want my show to be better. Than all the other talk show host shows. I WANNA. Have a big audience. If I wanted if I ran a restaurant, I'd want to have an extremely successful. What? And I wouldn't go into that line work at a restaurant. I had a strong opinion at how to make a successful restaurant work. An overwhelmingly the people who are successful in life in this country. People who? Work, ethic. That's the first thing. And Secondly kind of figured out the field. They were head. Just better at. They're better at it. Their ideas. Their way of doing things is better. Steve Jobs of apple twice, but he was with Apple. They weren't very successful. They're hanging in there now. Still Sell it all of the stuff that he he came up with even though he's been dead for years. Jobs was smarter than just about everybody else. He invented products and came up with products that either nobody else had, or he took an idea and refined. It invaded Gifford in a way that nobody else did his brilliance wise, and this has always stuck with me and I don't remember who it was. They came up with the light. It might have been Isaacson who wrote the biography? Jobs was brilliant. At knowing what people wanted before, they knew they wanted. Who would have thought that we wanted to have all of our music on this little gadget spun the wheel around that. You can't even see the name of the sly who would've thought that. Who would have thought that we wanted to control? Put our entire lives in a phone and carry it around everywhere. I would have thought I don't want to. I don't wouldn't have thought that. Who would have thought we'd let it do things? Just the whole this no point and boy. The people who make? You know. Ray KROC founding the battles. Reading, long story a few years ago about highland sanders, the guy who found a Kentucky Fried Chicken his belief that. Nobody really tried to do national. Franchises Make Fried. Chicken Fastfood really before he. And his thoughts on all of that and the way to Bark at himself, and he put his face out there and the thing. Those people were all in some cases well educated in some cases not they had figured it out. They knew how to do something better than just about anybody else did it. and. It wasn't because they were reading the research doing what the consultants told them to do. They just smarter. They figured something out that others didn't. So like I say if. There's like ninety people who know how to do my show better that I'm doing my show while than they should be doing the show, and they would be doing by show, and they'd be making the money I making. Liberals don't know how to do anything. Oh a few of them become successful. I won't say that Soros for example doesn't know how to invest. Obviously he does. What Paul points are the arts and all that stuff, but they don't. They can't translate it generally into making or doing something, those are all things in which there's an generally and inherent ability that they have you could. Either you know for example. I can't be NBA basketball player no matter how smart I try to do the NBA thing because of the lack of physical ability and so odd. I'm talking about actually doing something figure something out or knowing how something works. Knowing? What will work? Liberals have no idea what will work not. So what happens to a person? When they realize they don't know how anything works. Close to a break here, but this point is important. Just imagine. Think of I, want all of you to think about a subject that you don't know much about. But. You might occasionally have to deal in that area. Whatever it is. Maybe cars. You know anything. About, investing. You don't know anything about. Golf, whatever just come up with something you don't know anything about. You really don't know anything about it. But now you have to get involved in deal, in whatever that area is for whatever reason what do you do? If somebody else. Tell you what to do. You get it. You hire an expert. So liberals do out everything. This is why they hero worship so experts. You pick up the I saw. The word expert is the new seventeen times every doing this could be risky. Experts say experts advise excuses. and. There is a genuflection in front of these so-called experts by people on the left, so whatever the experts tell them they automatically do. This is why they'd been rog about everything I. Coach had because they didn't have the ability to apply any commonsense or judgment themselves. From the beginning of the COVID store, you may recall in the early days of this, I said again and again and again and again. This is a close call I might be wrong. Remember how many times I said this? But every week went by I was more certain. I was right because we had evidence that we could judge what was going on. Liberals literally things are happening right in front of them and about his right off their head. It never gets into the braid. They can't pick up on what is and what is not happening. Perfect proof of this didn't take line to figure out. There's no reason to close the schools. Kids aren't getting it. That doesn't gant the liberal braid. Well experts still advice closing the schools. It doesn't dawn I knew that maybe these experts Kinda dopey. I don't rely on experts for the conclusions that I draw on things that I have knowledge about the problem for liberals is they don't have knowledge about anything. So none of questioned. Kill the economy. Then trump will lose. They just assume that was correct, because they all believed it in the first place in the same way that they assumed for years ago. We gotta make sure. Trump is the republican nominee for president. He's the one guy we could beat. They have no clue how anything's ever GONNA play itself out because they don't know anything works. This is why I believe. I'm ahead of the curve here in thinking that. If you take. I base my opinions on thoughts that I haven't advanced and then. I try it I mentioned this not so many times. People sick of hearing me say it. Keep an open minded watch. What happens learn from what's happening? And when you see what's happening, you have to adapt. Adjust and maybe change your conclusions. These, companies really related Cecil stocks going to go up up up up. It keeps going down and down and data down at some point. dumbbell acknowledged. You arrived about that company. Liberals can't. because. They can't figure out anything works. They don't actually observe what's happening. Thus. They're missing things that I think are happening right now with regard to politics in this country. Eleven thirty W I s mark late afternoon show. Two separate things going on right now. Again, it's hard for somebody like me. Who tries to pay attention to what's going on? Not, to take note of them the first. And I covered this at length a couple of weeks ago, but it relates to the topic that we have here. You don't actually have many partisan elections. The year that the president is up until the fall when they're all of the ballot of course, November. In most states, the elections that you have in the spring are nonpartisan. Most cities elect their mayors not by political party, and so I, just like here in Wisconsin. There aren't many political races for Democrats. Run Against Republicans until all at the same time. The only time you get one easy if You've got vacancy. Save for the United States senator. They fill it by a special election to the same thing with the United States House or maybe. A governor's race comes up in the middle and they have to fill a seat rare. We had a couple on the same day. A few weeks ago right in the middle of the Kobe situation. In Wisconsin the reason it was right in the middle of the covid situation was a decision that Democrats in fact made. Tony either scheduled the special election for northern Wisconsin not to coincide with the regular April election. But. He shoved it back at entire month into bay primary was held in March you could have easily held the general election in April the same time. We went to vote in the Presidential Primary State Supreme Court and so on, but Iverson said made the people in the northern Wisconsin district. The old Sean Duffy district vote in this election bay. Do. You know why they did that by the way. Because it's mostly Republican district, and they didn't want to have an extra turn out. That would help in the Supreme Court race they believed. That given the fact that that district is predominantly Republican that the congressional election could increase Republican. Turn out which would help the conservative candidate in the Supreme Court election, so they just shoved the thing back. May Have worked anyway. They held the election in May, which happened to be right in the middle of the virus. Nation part of the state in which there's hardly any cases the virus, but still. In that district? It has been a Republican district. In the last decade, but not long term David obey a Democrat held that seat for forty years. Sean Duffy had pretty much hammer lockout, and ever since Sean reside? The district trends Republican. It is Republican, but it's not an overwhelming. It's not like. You know the censored better district. At least the generally has it bed. The Democrats got rather attractive candidate. A school board member from Wausau. Female female candidates civilian. And the Republicans are running a white guy. Tom. Tiffany veteran member of the State Senate The Democrats put a lot of money into that district. And, they thought they could do especially well in the area that I. The area where people get their television from the twin cities northwest was concentrated right along the state line, which is a good portion of that district. That tends to be. They thought that the democratic in was they bought a lot of advertising. They did a lot of legwork there that pride field organizers. They thought they had a good candidate and they thought with the economy cratering. That, they could take advantage of the fact that trump was presiding over. An American economy that seemed to be falling apart. Tiffany not only one. He crushed his opponent. He won by sixteen. Poet v might have fourteen points. It was double. Digits is fourteen fifteen. It was in that age. It wasn't close. It was a real wipeout. Now you're saying so what? That same day. But as far away in northern Wisconsin is, you could be in the of the United States. A district north of the city of Los Angeles but in Los Angeles County. Of Up near the San Gabriel Mountains and so on north of Pasadena. There was a democratic congressional seat. The Democratic Congresswoman resigned after the scandal. She was having an a a sexual relationship with whatever staff. So they had a special election to in this case, it was a democratic seat. The district's going back and forth and politically you might describe it. As something of a swing district bought. It was a seat held by Democrats. The Republican candidate in that race Maxxie up like Tom, deputy head to run against a democratic woman. While California's in overwhelmingly democratic state, I will grant you that this district is Kinda Swag. In that district, the Republican candidate Garcia won by a landslide. Not, only did he win by a landslide because of the situation in that particular district, it was virtually an all male in election. which everyone seems to thank favors, Democrats that's why Democrats want to switch everywhere a male of the election, the trying very hard to mail out absentee ballots to every. Wisconsin is to encourage this. Here November to be an all male intellectually they believe that. When voting is done by mail only or mostly by mail, it helps out well. That's what they had in California. Yet in that race, just like in northern Wisconsin, the Republican one. He walked her. Now! You could pretend that didn't happen. To separate parts of the country. One in an urban area. Another largely rural area of northern Wisconsin differed impacts of Cova different politics, different academy different sets of local issues. The thing they hadn't Communist. The elections were on the same day two separate parts of the country in both cases the Republicans one big right in the middle of Covid with this hanging as shadow over everything else going on. Maybe that means nothing. But if it does mean something, it would certainly I think. Mean that the situation is not getting anybody to to turn to the Democratic Party. The other thing that I will observe God. This is downright weird. Weird. But if you try to learn what's going, God it again. Democrats are incapable of figuring out what's happening. You. Try to figure out why it's happening. There is a phenomenon going on right now among Democrats in this country and the media with some. Abrams It's unbelievable. The washy did post Ben Shapiro to peacemaking the Washington Post that a profile of her this week. The treated her like the Messiah. They have a silhouette type photograph of her which. You only really see her shape and the shadow that she creates, and she's wearing like a Cape behind her. It's clearly a superman pose. They describe how the crowds go crazy. Every time she walks in the robe. That she has some of the most incredible charisma of any pot politician ever. Hardly anybody at America even knows who she is. But. Everyone now believes that she's going to be Joe Biden's running-mate for president and many believe they might actually make her the presidential candidate. With Biden literally imploding on four different fronts. who he chooses as his running mate will be extremely important, because everybody presumes that, even if he is the candidate and he wins, he'll soon after reside. Whereas mental. Get so bad that he has to be set set aside. or That after he chooses the vice president during the campaign, he'll simply drop out in the vice presidential candidate the presidential candidate. It is remarkable to me. That the person that is being annoyed by the Democrats and the media is Stacey Abrams. Stacey. Abrams hasn't done a damn thing in her life. She's not a senator. She's not a governor. She's not even a member of the US House. She's not even a member of a state legislature. Stacey Abrams was in the Georgia, not US House the Georgia House of Representatives. Back, in the, teens! She ran for governor. And lost. Barack Obama was at least a member of the United States, said it and kick off some political weds. She's not famous for inventing a product or running a business. She's essentially a nobody. But she's a charismatic public figure, but she hasn't actually done. Anything, and has it achieved politically or got got businesswise any that really anything? She made it to the House of Representatives in the state of Georgia. She hasn't made it as far as Gwen Moore. She's in the House that the Senate. She hasn't made it as far as Larson. She's made it this far Christine Siddiqi. That S- who, in of now, what does that tell be? The reason they're in love with Stacey Abrams is precisely because she hasn't done anything. Every Democrat that you tried out there. The more anybody learns about them unless they like the. The Democratic field was so terrible that they ended up having to turn to crazy Joe. The alternative was they had a communist who is running away with their nomination. Sixteen. Seventeen eighteen people had faith healers like Marianne Williamson running around. A bunch of governance about West that nobody knew who they were. Cory was running for president for a while. Kamala Harris fell flat interface. Elizabeth Warren was doing fine until she actually told people what she would do as president. The Democrats didn't water. Every single day, then they throw it around the CUOMO trial balloon. Until it turned out, he killed all the people in the nursing homes during call but. They have to choose somebody who's never done anything because. Paul says they're calling her the Democrat Sarah Palin Sarah Palin was the governor. She actually made it to governor of her State. This woman ran for governor and lost. The point that I make is. The only hope they now are developing themselves. This is themselves. They are the ones anointing her. No I'm not. Is someone who has done nothing. WHO has no track record that you can point? And no ideas that you can't. While she passed this or she did this the other, she's never done anything. It is a major sign of weakness. When you are choosing as your candidate, someone that no one in the country has heard of it all who so you can identify a personality identify positions for now people can say well, Donald Trump. Politics Ready. Everybody in this country knew Donald Trump was. He had the most defined personality. What are the? Personalities of any human being in the country. And actually ran an incredibly issue focused campaign by departing from Republican Orthodoxy at a number of issues that was very very pointed, directed as comments, public affairs and so. He was that a vaguely defined candidate. He was precisely defied everybody at an opinion, one way or another about him. The Democrats have to literally invent a candidate out of thin air on the basis of personality and not a single accomplishment. and. In the few tests that we've had this year in which we actually had. Democrats run against Republicans on Voting Dalit at right during culprit. The Democrats got swabbed. When the Democrats have to talk about replacing their candidate for president. But he because he appears to be. A Crook with dementia. And they have to choose someone who's current political job doesn't exist and is best known for running for race that she lost. Step back for a moment. And just take well. The economy's GonNa Halifa take all that out. It just actually get a pay attention. Which is what I've been trying to tell. Everybody with regard to Covid. See what happens the other viruses. He's got what happens here. What happened and learn from it? I've looking at it these two separate things. They seem to me to show a Democratic Party that is not writing at the Bobbitt. You wouldn't have to turn to Stacey Abrams if you had a single Democrat in this country that someone is heard of that you thought. Was it alternative and the reason turn to Joe Biden in the first place is because you didn't have anybody else to say to save the Party. And the moment that they turn to him. People realized exactly what Joe Biden. Is it all the reasons why? He had never gotten any votes when he ran for President before? Maybe. They think they can create an image with stacey average. She can give the great exciting speeches, speeches, and so on, and now they have done anything they can create their own narrative and somehow make it a referendum on. Maybe they can think all of that. But when you say the word, maybe fourteen times in a sentence of politics is generally not good side. I think. The likelihood is this. To be trump. You have to crack the trump base. You have to take away the enthusiasm of the trump voters, the thing that got people to come out and vote in Grocer Donald Trump. In Two thousand sixteen. I don't think. Any of the Donald Trump voters have voted for him because. They wanted a better economy. They wanted somebody. That was in touch with regular old. Americans, they wanted somebody that was going. Stand up to foreign powers, not suck up to him. I don't think any of those people think that the Democrats are going to give them a better chance at this. And I also think this. F We're dealing in the fall September October with the question of how to take a train wreck of at Academy and fix it. Donald Trump wins that argument. I, know how to fix it because I fixed it before. Then we did this whole thing. Everything screwed up. Who Do you trust, fix it. This woman over here. Who's never done anything or art? Her fake running mate presidential candidate who doesn't seem to know what year it is our me. Finally! If by September and October, it is apparent to most Americans that this whole thing was one giant overreaction. and. The states that are falling behind her all the democratic states that are under lockdown. And the states that bounceback. States had opened up the quickest. I don't see how any of that plays in September October. Toward vindicating. The Democrats. If we elected president of the United States and the basis of yes or no. Maybe they have something of a chance, but we dowd. We run candidates against one another. In the issue of Democrat versus Republican. We put it on the ballot this here Republicans have won in both places. We've tried it. And the cases of running somebody against one of the current Democratic candidate. Is a doddering old fool who apparently committed three different sets of crimes or Somebody that they pulled out of central casting who can't seem to get herself elected to literally anything beyond a State House of Representatives. I think it is not only possible but likely. That the COVID, nineteen story, and the way it has been manipulated by the media and manipulated by Democrats are going to show people again that everything that trump is set about the swab. How certain people will use the public as pawns how they literally willing to destroy our economy to gain power that everybody's is ever said about that. He's right. Walkie. This is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven, thirty W I S, N and discussion way earlier on the program about what's open about. Is it open? mostly Wisconsin dells. Water Parks are going to be opening this weekend. That will be a very good test. It's hard for me to imagine anything that would seem to be more risky than having a bunch of kids and a bunch of adults jumping into the same body of water, mixing mixing their germs around now clearly laid disinfected, and they got the chlorine and the other stuff. That's in there and. This that and the other thing, but the nature of a resort assured hallways, and all of that stuff and So forth and so odd, so if this is successful, it would tell me again from at least they segment of the population. There's a large pen up too bad to resume activity normal I'm not gonNA. Say Related Nope. I'll say. It just comes to buy at the same time. It does strike me that we had a massive dumping of raw sewage into Lake Michigan earlier this week. By Abba musty. And the people that are freaked out about coal, the don't seem to be bothered at all. That! We just fill the Lake Michigan with millions of. Gallons of human bleep. Lake Michigan, which is the source of our drinking water. En Marche. In most of southeastern Wisconsin for the people that are not the wells but again. You don't put that in anybody's face. The media uses terms like blended. Discharge it all the the euphemisms they come up with every time they run sewage. You do wonder though this. How many people that are running around wearing masks. If the weather warms up this weekend. We'll jump and Lake Michigan swimming around with all the turds that are flooded around. Did there with them? You do wonder that, don't you? Drawing attention again to the irrationality of the response here. And again the point that I was making a little bit earlier. Some people who literally don't owe anything works. They require so-called experts to tell them what to do. They don't have an expert telling them not to literally jump in the lake, so they jump in the lake as they run around with masks on for a virus that if you're under fifty, you're probably not going to get it or at least notice that your have it. Even if you do get it, I suspect the water parks, so the dells will have at least sobbed business this weekend. Because say there's just a huge segment of the population fed up with the whole thing to resume life as normal Ed. We're observing with our own eyes. None of us know anybody that seems to have the virus. The numbers have been flat lining for weeks and weeks and weeks. Hospitalizations are somewhere between three hundred and four fifty forever and ever and ever. Nothing seems to be changing. At all. Political Story to cover as many of you know. I didn't talk about this yesterday when it came down. Dave Craig veteran member of the Wisconsin State. Senate from southeastern Wisconsin is not running for reelection. I'm not going to say Craig is the most conservative member of the state Senate, but he'd be in the discussion. There's two or three other republican state senators who have extremely conservative over the years met. Craig is either the most conservative. Are Close. List is going to have many lower than third. A lot of people would have number one do. He struggles very conservative member of the Senate. Steve NASA very conservative member this I don't want to go through the list because I would discount couple of other people who ought to be mentioned. In that breath, but Craig has been a very very staunch conservative, and probably the most aggressive and objecting to. The, lockdowns that twenty years had put in place. This is the state Senate state assembly that means the district is so large. It's got three assembly districts. Most of you who are represented by Craig would know at for those of you. Who are not a generally describe. Is this again? It's hard to make a geographic description on the radio, but it's southern Milwaukee County. Southern Waukesha County and then continues on south eat grabs a portion of Walworth county I not sure, if dings a little corner ever seen or not, but it's sort of the area. Like no Birla and south, and then go in each direction, ten miles east and west, and then go south in that way I mean he's big. Bend is in that area. The three state assembly districts involved. It'd be a chuck wicker's his district. Glitches district and District, so it covers several counties here in southeastern Wisconsin. It is a very Republican district, and it is very likely the Republicans would hold the in fact, all three members of the state assembly Republican so all. The seventy six thirty three percent of the Senate district, and all of those three districts are Republican themselves. The Senate seat should remain Republican, so the action is going to be in the Republican primary. WHO's going to succeed Dave Crag as one of the Republican, members of the State Senate. There's interesting news to report on this because there is a candidate who is clearly already the front runner. The filing period for this thing is very very short. The filing deadline is June I. I've been mentioning that with regard to the notion of maybe there'd be some primary election challenges for seats. Nobody's wanted to go out and circulate nominating petitions during the Kobe thing and so on, but the filing period is June first, and that's a little over a week away Jillian. Bradley is clearly going to be the front runner in that race. Less somebody else jumps in that I'm not aware of. He's a very well known guy. In Wisconsin Republican circles for the last fifteen years or so he's lived in southeastern Wisconsin. I don't know for a few years. He went to college the Lacrosse area and his original Baba. Republican politics in western Wisconsin. He's one of these guys that everybody in Republican circles knows. He's worked at a lot of campaign said he's been around the block a few times. He's never been actually elected to anything. He has been endorsed. By two of the three state assembly members of that district Chuck Wiggins is the doors Ingham and so is. Ken Goran Sqi I don't know that my glitches, not endorsing him but I know that the other two have proactively done so often. When you have a state Senate seat, come open, somebody who's a state assemblyman from the district rods. They already represent one third of the area. It's considered a move up to go from the Assembly to the Senate but neither workers. Garage ski is going to. They're both endorsing Julian Bradley. I don't know of could lose is GONNA jump in, but at this moment at least he hasn't said that he's going to do so. There are two or three other people who say that they're going to run. One of them in fact had been running for the state assembly said he wanted to run against Garon ski in his district. Now that the state Senate seat is open. That guy's name is Griffin. Okay? I decided I wanted to be a state senator and to state assemblyman okay. Whatever then there's a couple of other people writing, but as I say. Given his roots in the district and the endorsements, he's already achieved, and therefore the likelihood that he'll be able to raise more money. I would say Jillian Bradley is probably the front runner to be the new state senator there. He is an interesting guy. He is an African American Republican which. Again is not the norm, and he comes from a district in which the African American population is rather small, but he's an open minded guy, and he's told his life story speeches forever and ever and ever he's got this kind of larger than life personalities larger, the life guy and he talks about. Family was Democrats and mother was a Democrat and. I just started thinking about the issues I think he said abortion was the first one that got him to thinking in. Long before we had that blue pill red pill moment that you've discussed. We've been discussing politics which comes from what's the name of the Matrix movies and taking the red pill is like taking the pill that brings you back to. And so many people have talked about they used when they were younger. They were liberal than they took the red pill. Something finally happened where the lefties went too far and got you to start questioning things, and he talked about his red pill moment having been on the abortion issue, and the more he thought about it, the more he realized, he was conservative, Republican all of these other issues so anyway Bradley is I would say unless others enter the race that would show. The ability to get organizational support and again jillions probably going to have a lot of volunteers in his campaign, because many Republicans no, while he's relatively new to southeastern Wisconsin. He's not that he's been here for five years said. See, the political circles, the people that do the volunteering and the legwork and all that stuff fell. Know Each Other, because they all work on these campaigns and he's done that, so he knows them and. I would think just about every republican state is bumped into a Renault's. One sensor and other end I'd say he's probably the frontrunner to succeed. Dave Craig and Matt District Now I made that reference Red Pill Blue Pill. How would you describe if you had to explain red pill blue pill in one sentence? How would you do it? Red Pill means you're accepting the truth albeit unpleasant. Blue Pill means are blissfully ignorant, and the thing is you choose in the? I guess those Matrix movies which I'd never seen, but I've seen this read written about sometimes you choose which pill to take. The Blue Pill is like okay eleven. This fantasy world of Belaid you're. You're literally in a different parallel universe and taking the red pill. Brings you back to the real world because you finally realize that the blue pill you were just being drug into stupidity does doesn't work what happens is there's something that always causes you? Something becomes the last drag. Your mind gives open. At every one of us was at one point, liberal. I don't know anybody in on I was way younger. I was liberal. I didn't know anybody that just decided. On Tuesday morning I'm not liberal I'm conservative. It's a transition at it always starts with one issue and it's usually. The lefties are so Wacko on something. The, even you as a liberal, you just can't Perritt of anymore. And then once you change your mind on that you're still you're still liberal or Democrat you're still a Democrat, but your mindset open the next thing you know what you start questioning other things, and now for the first time you're actually thinking. because. Most liberals are just working off feelings, but once you take the red pill now you're thinking. You're not worrying emotions. You're using logic, and invariably you just keep moving more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more. There's a very interesting development in this whole red pill blue pills leg. And I want to bring up at five fifty six news. Talk Seven thirty. W I. It's time for rapid traffic, a crash at forty eighth and forest home fire department, getting on the scene of that crash rex today. What's going on? Just the better weather? People are driving. Perhaps yeah, I think we've had a lot more traffic. You know this this week. Then we've had recently, so it's starting to get normal close closer. Look, any different, I bid. Oh yeah, that's true I mean just. I mean. The steam started coming out downtown again last Ivy. And sold gray and so drizzly, and then the steam coming out of the ground. I mean you could see how people are depressed on this whole number lockdown. There's not today's literally nothing for anybody to Milwaukee I. Defy you. Come up with something that you can do in Milwaukee Radio. Could, the the. Yeah, you're right. I'm still as everything else shutdown. There's nothing to do. I can take a bike ride. You're right the bike, but not when it was raining, I mean. That good point. It was miserable outside. Yes yes, yes, I've just say. Nothing I mean you literally right I. Think I've made this. I don't know if I made it on the off the air, but right now there is more to do in Michigan Cod than there is in Milwaukee. Fox Hills at Michigan I. Think it is very good golf club. I think it is. There's no up with another one of the communities of there. There's certainly no less to that's for sure. No, I. think There's more yeah there at that. Open in Michika tonight. Yes, I'm sure of I. Think Yeah I believe there's literally. Nothing to do in Milwaukee. I'm guessing you might find somebody strumming a guitar and Parker's. There's nothing you can do in Milwaukee Right now nothing. I could go to the grocery star. Michika to get well. Actually me, maybe the sick. Grocery famous have something. They have a piggly-wiggly up there. They gotta pay. piggly-wiggly, those are all over the place up there. Eleven thirty W I S on Mark belling late afternoon show. One another story of what me being an idiot. You always seem to like these stories, don't you? You enjoy them more than the ones where we do a where you're the. Well I add up I have a horse. We don't think she's real good, but might have some ability. UH, she's in France and she was to make her career debut in France that he had a seaside course. Called La test sin the. Let's see Western portion of a France and she's. She hasn't run before the race was restricted. I don't know if was restricted by condition, but every horse in the race was also a first time starter The race was in France at twelve forty five in the afternoon. There, which is four forty five in the morning. Here might be eleven forty five am I. Think is twelve forty five I. think they're. whatever it is, but it was four forty five in the morning here so I think the question. Do I really want to get up that early to watch the race. Oh, by computer. What do you think? Policies No, why did? I set the alarm. For I'm not going to give it a lot of time in advance. I don't need to see the whole spirit. I set the alarm for four thirty trudge downtown downstairs. I didn't want to watch it in my bad I got up and I had the past performances, which is actually just the names and trainers of the horses. None of them had ever run before come downstairs Ed. It wasn't four forty five. It was four twenty five. she finished second out of thirteen. Which is okay again? This is not the click classic for people who know anything about horse race ethnicity like say starting at Laurel or Golden Gate at the United States, that level kind of a second of bottom tier track, but second tier side another horse that was running on the same total coincidence complete coincidence. We have another horse in France running at the exact same track today. That was Is it five fifty five in the morning, but that horses run twice was terrible. Each time I knew she wouldn't do anything and she. She split the field that which is better than I thought, but. Got Up, at Four thirty in the morning to see a race that ran off at four, twenty, five at the boarded. Red Pill Blue Pill. We discussed this at some length in the last segment. The Red Pill is the term that's now used by many people. Particularly younger generally if you're changing ideology in your younger years. Many young people who have become compassionate committed. Despite having been liberal before, and they're encouraging you to take. The Red Pill and they all site. The same thing something happens where you realize that left is lunatic. There is a long story in today's new. York Times. About Elon Musk. Elon. Musk is the founder of Tesla and SPACEX. As The New York Times story points out. He has been a liberal cod. No one's exactly sure. Tesla has been perceived as a liberal company and Muktar as a liberal car other than. General Liberals don't like oil. It's an electric car in so odd. I find that some of the biggest fans of Tesla are in fact, conservatives and I don't think that there is an ideology I think. Let Battery Driven Electric cars that are superior technology themselves, and when the range increases I think everybody's GonNa have one clinically without a doubt. Musk has been loved by people on the left, and has been for whatever reason derided by people on the right. Then Muskat is red pill moment, and that's what I call that he tweeted out. Take the red pill. Musk wants to start building. His car's again at his plant in California. He's got a plant in California near Oakland. Ford GM all their assembly leather at Michigan Undergraduate Whitworth. They're allowed to resume. Production. Musk is facing the potential of Tesla, going under Tesla has massive data, but they're selling cards like crazy, but for them to sell a car. They gotta make it. And they're not being allowed to make. Their cars must just decided I'm opening up. And he's begging them to throw him in jail. He's right out. In defiance of the authorities in California in insisting he has to be able to operate as cause, and in the case of this is literally a guy who's back against the wall. If they're shut down for two more months. That means there's not. Tesla for those of you follow. Follow the company as soon as they make. Car sold everything that they're that they're building is a car that there's already an order for. They can't make them fast enough to keep up with the demand so if they don't make the car. A sale doesn't occur. No revenue comes in. They don't operate showrooms and dealerships with eighty two cars on the lot waiting to be sold. It's the opposite the crank, and these things out to fulfill orders that are already out there and they've got a sell. A Lotta these cars to service the massive debt that they have so must back against the wallet. After all these years, it'd be at a liberal icon here. He is after being good enough to build his planted a liberal state, and they're saying you can't build your cars. And he's coming out and saying take the red pill and they're not saying. I finally realized that these people are crazy. They don't want jobs. They don't want to help out and alternative technology. They don't want to allow us a sanitize plant and taking all of these precautions to allow people to make these cars. It will be interesting to see whether or not any of Musk's followers on the left follow his advice and take the red pill, or will they just abandon him now that he's turning on the left east himself. As for whether or not conservatives will suddenly like the as I, said I think a lot of conservatives have appreciated the test Takata. Just think musk is a guy. Kinda full of crap, you it. Over the top and this that and the other thing. We have another case here of an extremely prominent icon on the left. Who finally had something and often it is like this. You recognize it when you're when the liberalism that you've always stood for somehow starts ruining your own life. which is what was happening with? Elon Musk. Very quickly on the Hydroxy Clarkson situation. This obsession! That the media has with trump trump came out one or two days ago and said you know for prevention. I'm taking Roxette Clark. When Faye are going crazy acting like he's out there, saying you ought to take LSD to get rid of a headache. Ninety percent. A patients in American hospitals in early stage Covid nineteen apparently are now getting Clark when the Association of American physicians and serve and Surgeons says that pure reviewed studies indicate clear and convincing evidence that had Roxy Clark. When may be beneficial, covert nineteen, especially when US early, that's a statement from a major physicians group, but the minute that trump said that he's taking as a preventative measure. They again go. Crazy. There's this term out there trump derangement syndrome. We added it Wisconsin. Walker derangement syndrome where the actions of the individual literally make the person nuts. If a prominent Republican Democrat in the United States was exposed to call amas taking a particular pill. It's not even imaginable that that person be ridiculed for use of that pill, particularly, if that particular location was the one that is widely and use across the country for this very condition. Yet, this is now what's happening. With trump at his critics, I don't pick it matters. What if trump said? I'm taking aspirin to try to stave on? If trump was saying this? If trump actually did what they wanted to do and put on the mass, they'd rip for putting on the Bass they'd say. Why did you take so long to put on the mass? Or are you concerned? You'RE GONNA panic the country by putting on the mask by not putting on the mass. It does not matter what he does. This is why they never in advance. Say what they want him to do. They always wait for him to act, and then they criticize that action with their reaction. Eleven thirty W I S and mark late afternoon shell proof about an idiot. Tony Givers is fruit. He might not actually be the worst governor, and the United States that Andrew Cuomo might still have topped in a moment for those of you who have an interest in horse racing? They have announced the rescheduled date for the Belmont stakes, and for the first time ever it will be the first of the three triple crown races of course traditional the segue crazy over this. We just tired of them a general. You can't ever change anything. First of all. There's nothing you can do about it. The Kentucky Derby was canceled. They're not going to hold it until September. They've announced that they're going to hold the preakness the first weekend in October the meantime. Belmont parts ready to reopen. There's no reason they can't run the Belmont stakes just a couple of weeks later than normal, so they said we're gonNA. Do the Belmont. Stakes is usually the last race, and the longest that a mile and a half shorten Eggett. To a mile in eighth, because it doesn't make any sense that the longest race would be the first race, and none of the horses have been to the other triple crown races, so they're going to have the race June eighteenth. I guess that's a month away, And the arrived at a shorter distance of a mile as It's actually there'd be no fans. Of course. This is the race in New, York, it will actually be a spectacular race in fact. Maybe a better field than the Kentucky Derby was going to have because anybody who has a three year old horses nowhere else right now. Really to run our horse governor. Morris is going to run in the race less. There's a hiccup the develops now but Bob. BAFFERT has two horses that are unbeaten. He seems to come up with these unbeaten horses and bring them into the Derby this time of the year. Every he's got a horse named Charlotte in. That's the horse that beat us in the Arkansas Derby that horses lost, and another horse named a doll. He's never lost. He's bringing a both that race, and neither of them will be favored. The favorite will be a horse named Tis the law based in New, York are horse will be. The action should be. Pretty good race, so that'll be in the middle of June, then they're gonNA. Hold the Derby in September and the preakness will be the last of the triple crown races in October of the preakness, would actually the race if a Horse Desmond the first to the side if you could win the triple crown? I've been discussing by program. The situation where there are so many people. That, are making more money not working that working that they like these lack downs because they're collecting unemployment. Unemployment rate this counter seventy percent right now, and they're getting their government stimulus. Check on top of that. Combined, they're making more money. There is a but to that. In Wisconsin. Six? Hundred seventy, five, thousand, that number, six, hundred, seventy, five thousand unemployment checks have still not been processed. Will the estate of a little over five million people? The problem is the administration can't handle the influx I been hearing for the last number of weeks. People. All I do is call and sit on hold and sit on hold or get a busy signal. Nobody answers nobody nobody. Nobody answers, nobody answers, nobody answers, nobody answers. Nobody answers so the rest of the country. You have all these people sitting pretty. They're getting their unemployment. Check and their stimulus check in Wisconsin. Are People are sitting here? They can't get their benefits now. Eventually. When you get it, you'll get a big lump sum. Check back for all the weeks you around employed. You will get the money, but in the interim there are these people who have not been getting it because Tony Everts, can you imagine if Scott Walker the governor? And two months and people were still waiting for their unemployment checks. Eve Irs this week announced. That they are hiring a temp agency to assist in answering the phones. Many places state government has we're hiring a temp agency to do the work of handling the unemployment processing because Iverson's unemployment processing department can't handle it. He was asked about this chattel sex. I want you to listen to what this nincompoops explanation is. For why it's taken so long to staff up and get the checks out. Why wasn't this extra staff? Members put into the unemployment services earlier than this or even add a week. We added it right from the beginning where we kept. Add as you know, we have We have not a surplus of workers in our state, so hiring people takes takes time. stateside apply you more. We don't have a surplus of workers. Let's start with this? Any proper governor would have assigned workers in all of the other state agencies that are not doing anything and assign them over to take tasks. This is not if you can get a temp agency to do. It doesn't take a lot of training to tell us about how to take somebody's application and send out the process. The unemployment instead, but everts is going to make any state. State government worker to any extra work. Even if they're extra work, them would be their only were so he waits weeks and weeks and weeks and weeks, and they would press that well. Why didn't you bring people well? It's not like we don't have a surplus of workers. This is literally how out of touchy as he does. It know that the state is filled with a surplus of workers right now. But anybody who works in the Bar Restaurant Business. There's there's your surplus of workers, but. Possible, he's not the worst governor in America. There has been an interesting revelation, and it started with coverage in the new. York Post and it's now spreading like wildfire. In New York. There are nursing. Hold the number of Nursing Home Cova deaths. Remains according to New York state's numbers relatively low. In one facility New, York state said there were seven deaths, but the facility itself said seventy eight of their people died of covert. How can they say I want you to think about this? Because it tells you how weasley liberals are and when the media doesn't call them out, help people get misinformation. There was that other nursing home in which one hundred and eighty six tallies occurred in the state reported thirty eight. So! How can the nursing home say eighty? One of our residents died? And CUOMO's can say they're only seven covid related deaths at that nursing. See if you can figure it out, you have it. Know, you're very very bad at being a Wedesday liberal as we've established in the past. Here's the answer. And CUOMO is under fire for this. If any of the nursing home patients got sick with Colbert were taken to the hospital. He's counting them as a hospital death and not a nursing on death. In other words if they got it at the nursing home, but died at the hospital he was in. A nursing home death why he made the decision early odd to require nursing homes to accept incoming patients who already had covert, he literally brought the virus into these facilities, and that's why it spread. That was not a decision. He had to make a decision that he made. Those numbers are terrible. His decision their whole. We can't discriminate against covert patient killed. Dozens. Hundreds of patients in an attempt to cover this up. He's low balling his nursing home Kobe. Death number by if they actually were taken to. 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Evers Mulling Over a State Mask Mandate

Vicki McKenna

34:48 min | 7 months ago

Evers Mulling Over a State Mask Mandate

"Broadcasting, Till Planet Madison, Bruce, city, and the world on iheartradio. Is the Vicki. Mechanics show to be a part of a program Ho Chunk. Gaming Wisconsin dells toll free at eight, seven, seven to three, five, thousand, five, hundred ten. Emailed Vicky at Dell. Dot Com now here's. Good afternoon. Welcome to the program. Mechanics, show! I have not had my coffee and I have not washed my mask. That's right. I still haven't washed my mask. Neither of you admit it. Most of you haven't washed your mask and Oh, I don't know three four five ten days. Here's Tony. Everts coming out and saying you know. I don't think I have the authority to issue a statewide mask rule. But since On named business owner. Claimed that. I should do it or suggested I do this even if the Republicans Su. I'm thinking about it. I'm thinking about it. So I'm looking here at an article and this is this is stories that were just generated. I think to fill. Tony Iverson saying I don't think I have the authority to do it, but since an unnamed business owner told me to do it, even if Republican sue. I'm thinking about doing it. You don't have the authority. You don't. You have to choose. Whether or not you? WanNa keep dragging Wisconsin taxpayers. Through the the obligation to pay attorneys to sue you into compliance with the law right after the Supreme Court told you what the law was. Or actually do something to govern the state of Wisconsin. How are those unemployment claims doing governor? You still have around one hundred fifty thousand people who have been waiting months to get their legally qualified unemployment benefits. House the violence situation going in the state of Wisconsin Governor. What have you done to secure the capital from the L. Rioters? Have you done anything to address the exploding levels of violence in Milwaukee, and the exploding levels of violence in the capital city of Madison. You have to decide whether or not you just want to be a puppet. Of Whatever Progressive Group is giving you money. Or govern. Do something in the State of Wisconsin. That really helps people in Wisconsin because a statewide mask mandate. Doesn't make any sense. Milwaukee doesn't want to pass a mask mandate at probably actually would not survive a court challenge if anybody had the balls to challenge any of these mandates in court like they did in racine. Go and look at seen all you people in Milwaukee all you people in Madison you have an object lesson in racine, where business owners talk, the local restrictions to court, and won see Milwaukee doesn't want to actually go so far as to impose a mask mandate. INSTEAD THEY WANNA be able to say it was a state decision. Madison doesn't care because presumably it thinks it has an unlimited supply of tax payer money and doesn't have anybody with the balls to sue. So Tony Iverson is saying well I think. Maybe I'll consider a statewide mash mandate. I mean Jeez you know you've got like no cases in Taylor County. We got like no cases in Sawyer County. I think we should have a mask mandate because because of Milwaukee well connected likely donor to the verse campaign. Milwaukee Business told Tony ears to do it quote even if the Republicans Sue. We'll be right back. Eight seven seven to three five thirteen minutes number to call to you have Tony Ebbers wants a state mandate for everybody over the age of five. This is stupid. You want people who are at highest risk of contracting coronavirus who had contract and then potentially have the most serious consequences of it to be protected, but that's not what this is about this. Is that what this is about? You have the lion share of new cases number one coming from Milwaukee and Madison. That's where the bulk of the cases are coming from, because that's where the bulk of all of the cases that always been coming from overwhelmingly from Milwaukee, but now from Madison as well, and the increase has been in the age group that has the average age of about twenty-three years old, your risk of getting a serious complication from Corona. Virus at age twenty, three, almost zero almost zero. It seriously you can smoke dope. You can have lousy health. You can eat junk food. You can be overweight, but if you're twenty three years old. Your risk of serious complications from that is almost zero. As far as little kids five year old six year old seven-year-olds zero. There's your risk zero. So this, this is absurd. If you want to help, you want to do something to even more dramatically reduced the death rate in Wisconsin. Than it already has been reduced because the death rate in Wisconsin has plummeted. Plummeted why it is plummeted. For a couple of reasons number one people are outside. This virus does not readily spread outside. That's one of the reasons why it's plummeted because people have gone outside second reason. It has plummeted is because treatment protocols are better than they used to be. Here's a treatment protocol that even if you Google it right now, you will not find anything positive about this treatment protocol, but now multiple studies have confirmed. What president trump is that all along that Hydroxy Clark win the anti-malaria drug when given in the early stages of the viral replication of this of this infection. Has. Significantly reduced death. Significantly reduced death, here's researchers Henry. Ford Hospital, in Detroit, saw significant reduction in mortality rate with patients who were hospitalized between March tenth, and may second treated with the drug compared to those who are not hydroxy. Chloroquine has been topic of controversy. Since president trump touted its effectiveness as early as March had, anybody cared about looking at how to best use that cheap. Easily accessible, readily available drug, instead of trying to figure out ways to hang an albatross around the neck of the president of the United States. Maybe the death rate wouldn't have been asked by Tony. Can you ask Andrea Palm? Our health services? Secretary of? She did any kind of investigation into finding ways to get. Wisconsin hospitals supplied with this drug with the instructions that. That the product in the protocol that says give it to people early in the disease, when combine that drug with zinc and his hits Ramaya soon it does even more to reduce the mortality rates, as has now been confirmed, but if you Google Hydroxy Corcoran and you don't put the word works after it. You're going to get nothing but negative stories about Hydroxy Clarkson. Even though in the last five days, five days to more studies have been announced that show that this particular drug dramatically reduces mortality, so you now have doctors that have ignored the non medical media who hate president trump so much they would try to. They would rather have dead corona virus patients. Then give the man credit for for catching onto something very very early on those doctors have been prescribing I'd actually chloroquine as part of a protocol in the early stages, the number to better treatment protocols if someone waits and gets beyond the viral replication stage of the disease to the inflammation stage of the disease now doctors actually know quite a bit about how this disease progresses. If. You wait too long so that hydroxy chloroquine does not do the job of stopping viral replication that it is that is that has been shown to do, and you get to inflammation stage. Dodgers including those from the University of Wisconsin Madison. WHO ACTUALLY DID FIELD STUDIES ON THEIR PROTOCOL? In New York issues. Have found that really simple. Corticosteroids. Actually Reduce Inflammation of you can reduce the inflammation stage of the disease and control the symptoms of inflammation. Guess what you don't get you. Don't get the third stage of the disease and the third stage of the disease. Is the call your priest say your prayer stage of the disease. We are getting fewer people from stage one to stage two because doctors have ignored the media, we are getting fewer people who are in Stage two advanced stage, three and the people who are actually contracting this virus are young, and at risk of serious complication, and now Tony, evenings, all of a sudden is considering why just to irritate the Republicans and forced them to file a lawsuit against you. The reason why Tony ears is contemplating a Mask Mandate Ladies and gentlemen is to make an argument for an all male in election. That's why it makes no sense. We have counties that have still not had a single corona virus case and yet he would want a mask mandate in you know in in. Nowhere Wisconsin in small town northern Wisconsin, that's never had a single case for everybody over the age of five. Why. Because you want to make an. That you need. An all male in election, and if you can't make the argument of force all-male in election, you WanNa, scare the ever loving jeepers out of people to think it's too dangerous. Too dangerous to vote. It's too dangerous. You don't want to now. Why is that important? It's too dangerous to go to the polls to vote. Who in greater numbers prefers to show up on election day and cast a ballot at a polling location that would be Republicans and who prefers to mail in their ballot absentee. That would be Democrats if you can scare the little old ladies, those little old suburban ladies from going to the polls in Waukesha County in Asaki County in Washington County. If you can keep this alive and And All yes, the press will help Tony Eaters keep fear alive, even though again one more time, our hospitalization rate has plummeted our death rate in Wisconsin. has plummeted the number of people in the high risk age categories, contracting corona virus has plummeted the number of people who are at no risk of serious complications of catching this disease. That number has gone up, but you know what grandma's coming out her pot-smoking beer swilling college grandchildren who are out partying or maybe rioting and throwing rocks through windows. Grandma's not doing that kind of stuff. Grandma is doing what grandma's do. Grandma's going to church. Grandma's wearing a mask. Grandma's washing her hands. Grandma's not in a flop house with her drunk pals. Scraping up residence from the pipe from the evening before. If you don't tell the truth. People will be terrified, and yes, it's only July August September. October early November. The first week of November is when we do you think the press can keep the Lai alive. Think of how long the Russian lie went on I think the press can keep the Lai alive, because if you Google right now, Hydroxy Clark Win without putting the word works after it. You're not going to get information about the studies that I just talked about showing that. This drug is a great early intervene. In the advancement of Corona virus infection. Yes? They can keep the Lai alive of course they can. There's there's still keeping alive live that black lives matter is an organization that actually cares about black lives matter that lies been going for what five years now. The trump Russia collusion and impeachment over a Ukrainian phone call has if the press decides to to relaunch those stories. Do you think they're going to tell the truth about what we already know about Russia? Do you think they're going to tell the truth about we all? We already know about Ukraine. No, they can keep the Lai live. All they need is two percent. Or few people on the Republican side in a state that went by knows for Donald Trump in two, thousand, sixteen to stay home, 'cause they're too scared. I gotta take a break Kurt Schlichter. Author Kirch later is going to join me in just a moment. He's got a new book He's also one of my favorite people to follow on twitter. We'll be right back. Welcome back in the program. How when was the last Washer Mass I saw one of the funnier means. Although what I think are funny memes, and everybody else thinks funny. memes might be two different things. It was L. M., M. O. laughing my mask off. Some of this stuff I. Wish I. could laugh at unfortunately, it's serious. Tony vs is considering amass mandate because he wants to terrify little old ladies into staying home and forgetting to send away for their absentee ballot, because Republicans vote at the polls more regularly and readily than Democrats to the other reason for masks is control, it is the idea that the government a an unelected bureaucracy controls you and because you acquiesce. They WANNA see how they can get away with I. and that's another thing is just. Let's see how far we can get these. How many how many of these idiots can we get to dance when we say dance I've got. Kirch like they're standing by on the phone. He's the author of a new book and many of you are already. Fans of Mr. Schlichter I accidentally said it's my father-in-law's. father-in-law's kindle so he'll be happy. That I just sent him a copy of this book. The twenty-one biggest lies about Donald Trump and EUCHRE. Schlichter is on the phone with me. He is the author. He's also a regular columnist at townhall dot com, and perhaps the most entertaining person to follow on twitter. Welcome to the program. Hey, thanks for having me great to be here. My pleasure my pleasure. And, it's GonNa, thank you have my father-in-law. Who just got a free book because I sent him Kim I just wanted to kindle version apprentice dead Kurt Prentice dead so I want the electric version I just bought it, so you got to. You got to purchases out of me on this one. Out here. Pippen this book like bear. It's pretty amazing. You know that's okay. Though and we can go through the lies of Donald Trump, or can we just start with some some sort of just basic lies that we've all been treated to just in the last couple of months, everything from hydroxy chloroquine doesn't work to masks. We'll protect you to were all going to die to anthony. FAUCI knows what he's doing to. Black lives matter actually cares about black lives to riots are a form of protest and people imprisoned are just simply they were just exercising their resistance to the political and systematic racism that they have been experiencing their entire lives. A scam and ally look on the Los Angeles trial lawyer in one of my lives and kind of a snob about people lying to me I like when they do it well because I can at least professionally. Appreciate it but these guys aren't even good at it. Terrible at it, and they don't even care because it's not about facts, it's about convincing. It's about intimidating them if they yell racist. ATCHOO enough enough. They hope that you'll break your spirit. You'll turn into a little puddle and become Mitt Romney like a little smear of Miracle Whip on the ground. It's. It's a post-truth kind of. Our lead is our lead is trying to use. Deception and lies. As a way to get back the power that we took back by electing president trump We kind kinda got sick of our betters. who were not any better? They're much worse. failing and failing and failing, and you could see the example I like to give. Is You know we had the establishment of the forties well? They beat Hitler Gaza the Depression. In the sixties they they put a man on the moon and dismantled Axel, systemic racism, which was of course, inaugurated and a kept in place by Democrats, and in our leat. The better ones you call us knuckle dragging Jesus. Gun freaks. They gave us Iraq. Wall Street meltdown and grinder, so it's just. They're just not very elite elite. Like grinder, not exactly a crowning achievement. Not Twenty Percent Yeah in the twenty. First Century. But. What if they done that gives them a right to talk to us. What is Mark Zuckerberg Don to give him a ride? He's what thirty years old. He hasn't even lived a life to tell us what we should say or shouldn't say. What are these tech giants who have never lived outside their ensconce billionaire bubbles. What gives them the right, but but but who cares about them? Why aren't the people that we put in to the office to fight them? Those those fascists who want to shut down speech who have probably booted some of your tweets off twitter or your posts off as whatever right where are. Where are the men with chests? You know. Where are the politicians with balls? Who are actually going to do anything except? Fall, down and say thank you to Chuck Schumer. If he allows them to get one quarter of a piece of legislation, they wanted passed. This is see this brings up my one of my points. I don't think anybody should be a leader in the Republican Party until here she has been in a fistfight, and both won one and lost one I wanNA know I'm not one of those lorries loser guys. I just wanted know you can take a punch and I wanNA know you gotta killer. Instinct, says sometimes you do win I'm so sick of Republicans who are really proud of their losses. Well, we came close guys and And say thank you, Bush. Administration appreciated. No, thanks look a lot of these guys just want to go along. They want it so much easier. Be Part of the status quo, and frankly they come out of the social class that that the liberals are primarily drawn from. I hate to be Marxist all, but there's a real class element here. The people who run our institutions, and in fact run them into the ground. despise the rest of us and I think part of it's anger. The, know in the past they used to serve. You know we're. We're out for the little guy. You say what you want about the Democrats you know they. They seem to be on the side of the working guy fifty years ago today they hate the working guy and I think they hate the working guy because the working a working men and women have actually achieved something while they've done nothing but fail. And then gender stand it. And the Republicans don't let much like the the working guy the little guy some of them do. Exceptions to the rule, which is why the exception? Fewer. Judge smales yeah. I guess Al Cervix. Could be president trump. Judge smells you know that. Reminds me of Mit just a bit. look at these guys. I mean look I mean. It's ridiculous. You have Ron Johnson coming out there there, lighting fires there toppling statues. They're telling us. They want to take away. You take away our police and then take away Oregon's and Ron Johnson comes out and says hey, I've I've made a breakthrough proposal to change around some holidays well, then defensive Ron Johnson He. He did it to kill the June eighteenth bill. But, it was, it was ill advised I told him on the air. He should have chosen. Labor Day if he wanted to do a holiday swap. Well, look I, I. It was. Baseball instead of just instead of just standing up for the culture, instead of just standing up for America. We don't have anyone doing. Well look if you want, you know if Ron. Johnson wants to impress me comes on. Does something hard? Hey I'm going to regulate. I'M GONNA put in place. A. An, Internet user bill of Rights, insurance that the tech giant's have got to honor the right people to express themselves. that. Lawyer like me. Go to town on on facebook because it violates somebody's right of free expression now. You can't go to town on facebook because you hurt somebody's feelings. That's why you can't go to town facing now, but on that issue on that issue. Where are the Republicans? Just simply saying we are going to take away the section to thirty protections for big tack that are allowing themselves to. You know that we are considering platforms. Therefore, we don't get to rein them in as long as they let free speech, go on on my impeded. We don't we can't even do that. We've got. The part of the promise of section two thirty was. We're going to let the wild west and people say things. Feelings might get hurt, but that's that's okay. And then they went back on their part of the deal, so I don't believe we're bound to our part of the deal. Give them a choice. You wonder if you do not on you. Prosecute or persecute any speech covered by the First Amendment, so you don't have the pedophile and all the rest of the. That that fringe element. You will get the. Protection of twenty thirty. If you do not a policy that conforms to the First Amendment well, then you're not getting those protections fair enough. Don't like. Go further and like make make a ensure. That had the ability to. Sue The company fire the day here in terms of service, and do all sorts of other horrible things to it. Only a lawyer can think oh. Yes, give give the citizen the cause of action lie saying that, if in fact, you violate people's free speech, not only do you not get protections under section two thirty, but citizens have cause of action and then Kurt Schlichter puts up on twitter. Here's my one eight hundred number. Eight hundred minutes one eight hundred. Sue Them. I know a bit about consumer law. Let me tell, you What one one big change would be just a federal law, saying a person has a a defense protectable interest in his online presence and ability to communicate in the Internet spear, and suddenly suddenly. You've got a bunch of people who don't have the protection of going welk. You didn't get anything. There's nothing to sue for oh. Yeah, now you do yeah I. think that's a great idea. It's not hard, but they're not doing these easy wins for us, and everybody wins the other everybody would love it right. Everybody would cheer them on and yet nothing and it's in. It seems at this point to be obvious to a lot of people. Yes, so let's go to your book here for a second. The biggest, the twenty one biggest lies about Donald trump and you, because all of the lies about Donald. Trump are also the lies about us. That's you included. Your dumb, you're racist. You hate gay people. You want to put them in concentration camps. Everybody presumably is a puppet of Putin. Were all Nazis warmongers? We hate immigrants. Even though you know. Most of us have immigrants in our family. Corruption, immigrant I'm doing hate, immigrants and racism really badly. It's not good at it. And as far as loving Putin, I was literally in the Cold War. I was I was literally their opposing the Russians, and I know how to destroy a motor rifle regiment. US Army Battalion. I think I've kind of proved myself and I need some box writer. Twenty four has a goatee, but can't do a push up. Telling me I'm not tough enough on the bare. Full disclosure I was in Marxist. College, so I guess maybe that particular cracking dismissed true. At least for a period of time when I was when I didn't think that wakened bake was irresponsible and immature. So, yeah, I mean full disclosure. At some of these actually in my youth perhaps did apply like I was a Russian puppet, because I would excuse them, but no. You're dumb, your racists. All of these things You know we're all we don't care about Russia. And in these lies that you just repeat them, it doesn't. Here's the thing her. It doesn't matter if your book, your book lays out. You're all full of it in a very funny way by the way you will laugh, so it's funny while you're. You're reading about how all of these lies are just completely. Completely I mean they're just lame lies. There easily busted lies, but it doesn't matter that they're easily busted lies. Because as you said about five minutes ago, we are post truth, so the truth doesn't matter. The truth is what the left says it is. The truth is what Jack Dorsey says. The truth is what MSNBC says. It is or the Democratic Party says it for the Public School say it is, and so it doesn't really matter that this is something that is really easily busted. These maths because if you know like the old. Analogy of tree falling in the forest, and no one's thirty here at if no one's there to consume it, nobody is taught the the the lie that has been busted. How does anybody know it's a ally? Well, it is never lie. Never lied. Never argue with leftist. I only look I'm. A lawyer argued for money. I don't waste my time. I will argue with because it's not about truth. It's about power whatever when they will say wherever necessary to get power, however, truth does matter to the kind of person who. It hasn't really been paying a lot of attention to politics. Won't till September, but then we'll try and do their civic duty, and you can you can. You can reason with these people you can say you know. Hey, pulling down the Lincoln statue, bad idea and the person goes well I did. Take I did take a long repor in my Camaro out in the parking lot high now, but I did I was conscious enough in his free to know that Abe. Lincoln kind a free the slaves, so maybe this is stupid and evil and wrong. And then you, then we can start winning. That's who we talked to. That's what we use evidence. That's who trump is talking to. The General Republicans are talking to trump is talking to the person. Is Way Oh? Oh, end up in the back of the class. Lincoln freed the slaves right. That happened that actually. Thanks man I it. You know that so that that's who trump is talking to. I wish the Republicans were talking that to that person in that way in the way you talk in your book in your columns. Well, one of the things I talk about the book is the well actually. There's twenty second line at to talk about the Pangolin pandemic panic a little bit. I got that in right at the entrance there, but like twenty one is a nobody can follow trump. There's no way on after him. He's too unique and I disagree I. think There's some Republicans out there and it. And it's got to be the Republican conservative of the two parties. That's where we're going to be where we like it or not. I think there are people out there and I. Don't want to give away the person that I. Think is the logical air to Donald Trump. But that person is somebody who stood up to the media can communicate is tough, and just like Donald Trump is the person you would least expect to be a hard core conservative evangelical Christian. I would say the book and find that so you. Thanks very much coming on the program today. Great to have you on the show, and by the way the book is available at Amazon. If you actually still have brick and mortar bookstore, what fun would it be to walk up to the clerk with her multicolored hair? Say? Could I please have a copy of the twenty? One biggest lies about Donald trump in you by kurt slow. Slow I want to hear those stories. Tweet me your stories of ordering it. Thanks very much for coming on the program today. It is available on Amazon but I don't know why. We'd want to make Jeff Bezos even more wealthy. Thanks for coming on the show, Kurt and Kurt Schlichter on twitter. I have to take a break on the Vicki. McKenna show. We'll be right back. To see that the city of Columbus Wisconsin. Shouldn't even call it a city. It's a very small city. Let's call it. A small town of Columbus Wisconsin has voted four to one to remove the Christopher Columbus statue from Columbus Wisconsin I guess because the Christopher Columbus. Statue triggers people not because it's Tacky, made a fiberglass kind of garish looking thing. No not because it offends people's aesthetic sensibility. But because I guess. Christopher Columbus. Five hundred years ago wasn't always nice to native Americans. When he discovered the Americas and and continue exploration so gone is the tacky fiberglass statue I'm sorry if you're from Columbus in that is a statute that you find a thing of art and Beauty I. Apologize I'm against the removal. The city decided it would not put the question to a referendum. Why here's why because Columbus? Wisconsin would have voted to keep the statue. They would've voted to keep the statue. If someday black lives matter whatever progressive group decides that the giant Muskie in hayward is some kind of offense against some intersectional group. And they put it to a referendum tacky, though that gigantic thing is, people would vote to keep it. People like these kitschy things that are in their towns, and furthermore like the history of their towns as well, but the city council decided that it wasn't going to ask the people whether they wanted to remove that statue. They just went forward and did it. Anybody but me thinking that the statue is nothing compared to the name of the town itself. Okay so the statue. Now you've saved your sins of colonial white patriarchy, right? You got rid of the Fiberglass Statue of Christopher, Columbus, so you've saved your your. You've absolve yourself of your sent. No, you haven't because the name of the town is Columbus. And we can't stop with Columbus Ladies and gentlemen, because if you go through the list of town names in Wisconsin. What do you get to on that list? Oh, all kinds of native American names that were just bastardized from the original native languages tons including if I may the state of Wisconsin's name, the State of Wisconsin is is shock. Marquette's bastardisation of the word from Elgon Quinn and then the English speakers who came to Wisconsin ruined took the friendship fide version of the name, Wisconsin and got rid of the French aspect of the name and just replaced. You I with W is, so it was easier to spell. Get rid of the state of Wisconsin's name because it's an appropriation. And, it's a manipulation of the original goncane word. But, then, of course, we've got all of the other town names. Those should be changed, and if we're talking about offensive against intersectional groups. What's the one name? Of. The city has to go. Madison. Madison. has to go. Madison was named after James Madison. James. Madison one of the Founding Fathers Right. What was James Madison's historical sin. And this was. A lot more recent than five hundred years ago and Christopher Columbus. explored. Truck out. Across violent seas to come to the Americas to develop a new trade route. This was even more recent when James Madison Our founding father. Owned slaves his entire life. Madison owned slaves his entire life. So we're going to. Be Ripping down statues. I mean go bigger. Go home, people. Those. Pretend woke woke white liberals on Columbus, City Council. Taking down a fiberglass statue of Christopher Columbus just not enough. Change Your name and Madison. Mad Mad Town Mad City. Madder, Stan, Madison. To truly apologize is your first act of reparation would be to demand the changing of the name Madison. I don't know we could. We could name it after Jesse. Smell at all I care, but let's get on this, shall we? This is Vicki McKenna show?

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Governor Evers Pulls a Move on Legislative Leaders that would Make Nixon Proud

Vicki McKenna

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Governor Evers Pulls a Move on Legislative Leaders that would Make Nixon Proud

"Broadcasting Planet Madison the Bruce City and the world on iheartradio this. Vicki mechanics show to be a part of the program called Hotel Gaming. Wisconsin dells toll free at eight, seven, seven to three five thirteen. or Email Vicky WNBA dot com now here's. A. All right. Welcome to the program is to Vicki mechanics show. My goodness. What a show we've got! Ahead on the program, so Tony Even. Channeling his inner Richard Nixon decides that. He is going to now we are. We are assuming the governor had full knowledge of this, so we are assuming. that. Didn't break the law and had full knowledge of this despite the fact that his chief of staff. is saying otherwise. So. We'll get into all of that so eve irs records a conversation between himself and legislative leadership Republican Legislative Leadership Robin. Speaker of the Assembly and Senate majority. Leader Scott Fitzgerald and The governor. Who never complies with open records requests somehow compliance with an open records request from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that somehow had the exact date and information to submit for an open records request for the recorded conversation conversations have hadn't been recorded in the past, and somehow the governor's office turned around the reply to the open records request in record time. Scott. Fitzgerald is on the phone with me. The Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald. Let's, let's start with Tony Eve irs. Deciding to comply with the open records request so quickly about a recorded phone conversation that nobody. At least one of the Republicans had any idea was being recorded. Yeah that's right. I mean after a couple of days after the call happened, we got kind of. A obscure open records requests from a member of the press asking if we had any audio tape of the meeting. And quite honestly we dismiss it as no. Of course we don't. Why would we you know? And but it was enough to kind of raise a question mark, and then you know so when we had this dropped on us by Maggie Gal the other day. you know it started to make more San that wait a minute. Somebody did record that entire conversation. And you know now it's out in the public and you're right, you know. Why did they complied of this? But you know every other open records requests. They fight tooth and nail. So I you know. Was it a setup I? Don't know I could prove that. They certainly initiated the idea that we needed a conference call after the Supreme Court ruling we did. Okay, so you think this might have been. This might have been set up from the very beginning, because this was not something. You expect it after the Supreme Court decision. Yeah, they were very upset. They were missed the idea that the supreme court slammed him on the ruling. And they were laying in the weeds I think trying to somehow put together the pieces and say that you know well. The Republicans don't have a plan. You know they don't have a plan to open and we're GONNA prove it in the way to do. It is by getting them on the record I I. I. Don't know why else what else kind of motivation would there be for somebody on that staff to be in the room and record this I mean I can't think of any other motivation. And then of course the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel happens to know the exact day the exact time, the very specific information requested our in its complied with immediately. I think somebody picked up the phone. Call the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in, said Hey I think you should file an open records request for this particular issue on this particular date requesting this particular information and Lo and behold. That's exactly what happened. That's that's that's my speculation. Of course I can't prove that either. So the the whole idea, you was to set up a narrative that the Republicans didn't have a plan. The plan was to open Wisconsin. That was the plan and on the conversation during the conversation. That seemed to be what the Republicans. What you and Speaker Vase we're saying to. The governor was listen. You know you've got stores in Wisconsin. You've got some businesses in Wisconsin that are packed to the Gills. What we need to do is let Wisconsin be smart in inlet Wisconsin. Decide how it wants to open. Yeah, that's right. I mean I literally had my list that we had pulled together so that we could kind of move forward and say all right. What are the issues that absolutely have to be tackled and as soon as I kind of started to go through that list? You know that's when the governor cut me off and basically was like well I. Hope you're proud of yourselves you know. Look at the bars last night. They were just packing people and my resort to that was. You know quite honestly unbear- phrasing, but you're out of the loop governor, you know. Why don't you take some time and figure out what's actually going out on the street? Instead of just being held up in the mansion, I'll guy you know. There's hundreds of people every Saturday and home depot or Costco or any other superstar, and he didn't like that what that was the reality at that point where we were in dire discussion so? Wisconsin in Wisconsin, we have. We have laws that actually govern the recording of conversation and today I'm reading that a spokesman for the governor has denied that he had any knowledge whatsoever that this phone conversation was being recorded. Well your the parties to the conversation. You're the ones who are having the conversation, and if I'm reading Wisconsin. Law and I'm allowed to read Wisconsin Law to the you know the sort of definitional what the words mean. One of you had to consent having that that recorded, so if governor everts didn't consent to that, and you didn't and Robin Vase, didn't then who did, and if it wasn't at the request of the governor that seems to me pretty be pretty blunt violation of the law. Someone in that room had a recording device on their phone or some other mechanism. And Beta decided to do this on their own. So the governor's admission yesterday that he was completely unaware that which one of the other people that was in that room with them in harm's way because they absolutely broke the law, they absolutely broke the law. It's so scary to me. The governor of the state could be on the phone with the two legislative leaders and have some rogue staffer in their recording that conversation if he was. Was Unaware of it back. Even that's worse worse than if he did. Know about it. In my estimation, what is going on over there and WHO's in charge? That's the bet. The series of questions that the press is onto now and he won't answer them, they're. They're dodging everyday over there right now. He's not responsible for this. By the way if Tony Everts is responsible for this of Tony Ever said I want this phone conversation recorded. If Tony Ebbers agreed. When somebody asked you to record the phone conversation, he said yes. That's actually legal. It's sleazy. It's Nick Sonian, but it's actually legal, but if he says he didn't know anything about it, somebody's on the hook for breaking the law and if it were me. If it were a broadcaster doing this week, someone would come after us. That's a guarantee, so you know the idea that somehow he gets to. He gets to skate because he doesn't want to take responsibility for being a Nick Sonian sleazebag. And he wants to dump it on a staffer, and then the a staffer gets to escape. He's got rogue people in his administration and nobody wants to do anything about that and nobody's interested in making sure that the law is followed in the state of Wisconsin is. That is something I'm telling you right now. People if nothing happens here, people are going to be really angry. People are going to be angry if no one is actually brought to account at least in the form of an ethics investigation. I mean previous governors would have never stood for this. somebody would have been terminated immediately, and then probably some more of the facts would have come out after that but dope fire. They're just stonewalling this whole thing you know. He did a presser this afternoon. He didn't answer any questions about this. Or any other open records requests that quite honestly they have just been either full out denying or sitting on for months and months and months. I mean this continues to be the pattern with the administration so now let me ask this question. Both UN Speaker Voss indicated that the you know the commute, the relationship, the working relationship between the legislature, the majority in the legislature, and the governor is now irrevocably broken. Yeah I. Mean you know there's many different paths? You can go down when you're trying to build some report. oftentimes, it's directly with the governor other times that you know the cheapest they or somebody else at a cabinet level that you can work with and then the other thing is you know sometimes it through the legislature. I mean a member of the minority that you talk. Talk to has a relationship with the governor. That doesn't even exist in the state. Senate right now so I'm not sure where we go from here. He's got a request that he sent us this this week. To talk about a few items and I'm like. How could we tackle leaving forward with that? At this point I don't trust anybody in the room. Let alone you know being. Being on a conference call with the governor there I mean there's no way you're going to be able to repair that anytime soon. No kidding so now you're thinking. I'm not going to have a conversation because this guy is gonNA. Try to use this to hang me We're nine hundred thirty six million dollars. Almost a billion dollars in tax revenue collections that means the state of. Of Wisconsin is going to be pulling up short about a billion dollars more than that likely, because it's likely that June also comes in lower than June of twenty, nine thousand nine, so we just had an announcement yet another major closing in Wisconsin with a thousand people losing their jobs nine hundred directly from the paper mill that closed in another hundred in support to that paper mill. We keep seeing businesses. By. To. Their doors for good in our state by the damage that was done by an arbitrary shutdown down, and we know it was arbitrary because you said you know just a couple of minutes ago, you at home depot or the or the grocery stores were packed to the Gills, and somehow he didn't have spikes in cove nineteen. By the way the same guy is saying it's presumably okay to gather together and mass protests to throw rocks at police and Molotov cocktails break windows. So, all of this has wrought complete havoc destroyed people's lives, and at the same time we're still not getting accurate information from the Department of Health Services on what's actually going on with covid nineteen. Now and in the problem I think that's starting to emerge. Is that you know we could find ourselves in a situation where budget repair bill is going to be needed, and and even on the best day on the in the best environment working with the administration that is a huge half to try and accomplish, but in this environment I I have no idea how you'd even initiate that conversation. Let alone trying opera document. That could you know work through the the? Certainly the shortfall we're starting to see described it and what and what happens if you can't get a budget repair bill done because it's it's quite likely we're gonNA need a budget repair bill. What happens in suddenly? The Wisconsin State budget is upside down by billion dollars. You're back. Yeah, you're. You're back in here listening to some. Governor described of this fantasy documents of tax increases and everything else that the Republican legislature is never gonNa go along with so it it. It's not a pretty picture right now. And the exists, but if you can't get a budget repair bill, the existing budget controls if we don't have the money for the existing Baljit. That's the question then what happens does that creates a crisis because we have? We have know a piece of our Constitution. That says we have to have a balanced budget. Right and. Defending continues to. We. Don't shut down federal government. But he continued that those same levels and oil boy that that's a ton of pressure that puts a ton of pressure on Iverson even more so than it does the Republican controlled legislature. Good to have you on the program I. Wouldn't you know I? Mean first thing I would do is make sure I record everything. That's the first thing I would do. second thing I would do is conversations where you think your conversations are going to be recorded. Because it does seem like the governor instead of wanting to work with you guys never by the way right never never called and said what should we do here? How are we? GonNa? Make sure that we can come through this this Kobe shutdown. Without too much damage never had a conversation with you. You folks like that, right? No started to lecture. You could tell what disposition was immediately when he jumped on that call that day, nothing nothing has changed since the yeah I think this. Is The governor essentially saying I'm going to go it alone. I would look for dirty tricks. Look for more than just this one. Grow is in the back of your head. Thanks for coming on the program. Okay all right good to have you senate. Majority leader Scott, Fitzgerald I'm going to take a break at eight seven seven to three, five, thirteen ten. You want to know the word that kept popping into my head. The more I read about this particular story when I read the story of the nine hundred jobs though papermill. Being lost to the cove nineteen shutdown in another hundred associated jobs being wiped out the word that was in my head was recall. Let's talk about that next eight, seven seven to three, five, thirteen ten. A. The very first time. I see a real. Opportunity. And possibility. For Recall. Tony! Now. I know that about a month and a half ago I thought that this was something that was impossible. Let me explain why I think this is. Potentially feasible. But. I don't know. I'm kind of in a vacuum of people who are just very very angry, so let me know if would you? Be Willing. To gather signatures. FOR RECALL! Of Tony Ears. Would you be willing to do that? That's what we need. Eight, seven seven to three, five, thirteen ten. We need enough people. To be willing to blanket the state now we don't even necessarily need. To have a belief that we're going to gather enough signatures here, but we would need enough people to be willing to blanket the state with petitions. And get signatures. The way the recall works, you need twenty five percent of the turn out in the last gubernatorial election, and that would be twenty five percents of I forget what it was, but the I think they works at about six, hundred, fifty, six thousand. Signatures. Realistically, you'd WanNa get about eight, hundred thousand or more signatures in order to you know, get over the hurdles of people challenging those signatures, but that's you know roughly eight hundred thousand or maybe a little bit more than that now. Why do I think this because? A month and a half ago, we had a state lockdown and governor that had a fairly high popularity rating in a month and a half. We have now seen this governor. Break the law potentially break the law in recording the conversation with Republican legislative leadership, his shutdown, which was arbitrary, and nature has cost tens of thousand wisconsinite their jobs. Those Wisconsin are unable to have their unemployment claims. Received processed and dispatched in a timely fashion. Many of them are still waiting and are expected to wait possibly until October so there is think there's enough penn up aggravation out there. that. This could be a potentially successful endeavor. But I don't again. My thought on this is if it said it. Let's just say we launched a recall effort by the way this would require buy in from third party groups. This would buy and what would be necessary to have. This happen is for people like you. To host events to go out and just start, saying this is what we want out of the state, but if we say launched a recall effort in maybe mid September in earnest, and we had sixty days. To gather six hundred fifty six thousand signatures plus some extras. That would put the completion date. Of the signature gathering process after. The November election. After the November election. So? There's kind of a of A. Win If you lose kind of element to this where the people who are really angry right now and do not know what to do with their anger, and they are watching. You know the socialist. Tell him to get on their knees, and you know and eat their fascism, and the fact that the state of Wisconsin in large measure because counties are taking Hughes from the governor's Office and trying to pass new health ordinances to keep counties lockdown, and we're still shedding jobs, left and right by the hundreds and thousands in our state. I can see people irritated enough that this could also potentially help drive the conservative base before the November election. Eight seven, seven to three, five, thirteen, ten I'll be right back. Let's see how viable. This idea would be it all depends. The idea is to recall. Tony. And all depends on whether or not people are willing to circulate petitions whether people are willing to. Sign up and volunteer to do this to go. Stand outside a grocery store or Walmart or something like that and get petition signed. In and to do this, I think would absolutely. It would amp up an angry conservative base that right now has nothing to do with their frustration, and the frustration is everything by the way from being told a get on their knees. Let Their police forces be defended by the way the figurehead of that movement in Wisconsin's Tony. Never mind. The governor is single handedly responsible for making sure that we are in a world of hurt. When it comes to our economy, our our families jobs. Our livelihoods sue from Vernon. Thank you for calling welcome to the program. You'll so so go sue sorry I personally would be willing to do that and my second question is. I would hope that we have a lot of helpers. Out there, still waiting for unemployment, would they not be a good chunk of them willing to help with sure like this? Don't use facebook. There's a facebook page I looked at because I have a grandson whose waiting. It's not critical like some folks I. Get it, but the facebook page out there where the all conversing all the time everything going Stewart problems and you know calling and on. On hold and connected at five o'clock, and on and I, and I would think you know that would be another good communication mechanism. Get people interested. Yeah, I also think it is a way for the Republicans to get their message out even though this wouldn't be republican per se because the GOP. The party's not going to be part of this. Just like the party technically wasn't part. Part of it when they went after Scott Walker, but yeah, I think this is also a way to expose people who might be in a kind of a political narrative vacuum to a different perspective and and Joss. Listening to people explain what the problem is with this guy and the problem is with this guy. He doesn't want to govern Wisconsin. He wants to rule Wisconsin he's now teeing. teeing up county health boards to draft ordinances to give themselves substantial authority that was taken away from the State of Wisconsin, so he's he's teeing up counties to basically do what Andrea Palm was told by the Supreme Court she could not do and I think that could get. People amped up I also think that if it's timed properly sue that. This could be something that could help. The could help turn out for president trump in November You know I agree. I agree there's so many things now different than it's ever been before. You'RE NOT GONNA. Be Able to do it or in a scenario. We've never seen before. Yeah, and I also think that. Even if ultimately you can't get six hundred fifty six thousand signatures I think energizing conservatives is something that is is a worthwhile effort and I'll tell you something you know. There are a whole bunch of up frustrated conservatives right now and activists right now that would like to take their frustration and put it to something constructive and useful. Now, thanks, thanks. Appreciate. It Chris Welcome to the program from genesee. Vicki Hi Chris. Well! I know that a lot of people would be willing to do this because it took forever to get through on your phone numbers. Well. A lot of people need to be willing to circulate petitions, and that's it that really, is it? There needs to be I'll tell you what there needs to be. Chris there needs to be a group that that is willing to sign up as the campaign to recall Tony. So, somebody has to be the official campaign to do this and register with the WBZ. And then there has to be enough volunteers that are willing to take a clipboard and stand outside church, or stand outside grocery stores or walk around their neighborhoods and circulated to their friends, and you know what the Democrats did. Last time they stood on street. Corners stand on street, corners and genesee stand on street corners. MECH won-. Stand on. You know and get in. The more so early it might be tough to get some real re invigorated enthusiasm, but as a couple of days go by or a couple of weeks go by now. You have people saying. Wow, this is something that's real. This is something that I. Think is a long shot, but still it is now a a rational possibility that we could do this and I think that you can really i. think you could really light the base on fire again at a time when we need them the most. Exactly conservatives were kind of sitting on their hands when phony was running, but since he's Thomas legalized pot that got the liberals. Vote. And they they did a them. Yeah, and the and the and the fat and happy. Comfort that the Conservatives had thinking. There's no way Scott Walker can lose. He can't lose to this guy, will now he did and then other people were saying well. How bad can tony even be well now? We know how bad tony vs can be right. Thanks for thanks for the thanks for the call, Chris I appreciate it eight, seven, seven to three, five, thirteen, ten, talking about the potential to. To, recall the governor and again this is in my mind an amid. Maybe this isn't all that inspiring, but in my mind it's a win no matter what because what we need right now is constructive action by conservatives. Because here's what we're doing. We're looking at TV. You're watching Tucker Carlson Tucker. Carlson is showing America circling the drain. Showing police departments under attack is showing leaders on their knees sucking. Sucking the toes of the fascists you've got people who are being threatened with their job with losing their jobs, because they do not want to support a neo-fascist Marxist organization called. Black lives matter I mean you've you've people saying I support? My local police department of being attacked. You're watching that you see what's going on in Wisconsin. You got a governor that is willing to to use corrupt tricks not to help Wisconsin not to help the. The people who lost their jobs, not putting that kind of energy and effort into fixing Dwdm the unemployment problem here. No effort whatsoever there. He had to be shamed into even addressing the problem with unemployment. So you see that going on here and he's more interested in an embarrassing. Scott Fitzgerald and Robin boss by the way happily. That didn't work at all. He is more interested in teeing up county health departments to try to Reimpose A. A lockdown to reimpose lockdown. Why because Colbert nineteen is exploding all over Wisconsin now? No, because he wants to make an argument for an all male in election, because the Democrats know that mail, an elections are going to be an advantage to them. This is the blank that he has been doing. Since he's been governor, he has never put your interests or my interest or the state of Wisconsin, economies interests, anybody's interests, not farmers, not manufacturers. Manufacturers, not people who wait tables, not little old ladies who are stuck in nursing homes that is the hot spot of cove nineteen in our state, nothing on behalf of citizens of Wisconsin, and so I think our people are ticked off enough that they would like to actually constructively channel some of the I know I want to constructively channel my rage into something. That could actually do good. Let's go to Matt and Burlington High At. Good afternoon we'll the program thank you, I tell you what I write a rock and roll on this I. Am like a Coon Hound in the back of a truck and all you gotta do is open the door. We we need a role on this I've been signed up since late May and it's hard getting volunteers, but you know what we can do a lot more in a very very very large group of people than just taking for your four thousand, expecting us to carry the whole state. We all need to get involved if everybody listening just. Twenty or thirty years we've got this. We've got this thing about that. Think about that. You don't need to get two hundred signatures each person only, and this is why this again this isn't. This isn't really our forte. As conservatives to sort of work as a failings right, we don't typically behave that way, but understand that if everybody just in southeastern Wisconsin just in the in the in the Helms deep of conservative land in Wisconsin, and and and if our conservative friends in central Wisconsin, think about the importance of central Wisconsin, as well twenty or thirty people, which most of you could probably do from your facebook pages. Could include. It'll be a threat all. Our responsibility and our children's future depends upon it. You know what this is kind of the way you take small bites the apple and realized everybody takes that bite then the apples right? The apple's done. You throw the core away. But everybody takes bite. The core is the recall in so i. do what we need though is. We need to have those third party groups, or some of those other people out there who know how to kind of pull big things together to to recognize that this is something that I think is doable now. Someone just emailed me and said well if we recall. Recall Tony vs that mean. We have Mandela Barnes the Lesser Mandela. Would he be governor? Know if we if we were successful in in recalling Tony Evers, it would tee up a special election. Tony ears would run against another candidate. That's what would happen. Let's go to Joe I think in Beaver Dam. Hard time seeing my screen. I think it's Joe Hi Joe. Just wondering though, and you just hit on. That point is who are we to put up against Tony? I gotTA TAKE! Let's just throw some names out all right. Let's throw some names out here David, Clarke Rebecca Klay. Fish Leah Vouk mayor. You know anybody else Geez I mean. We've got some people who are who are otherwise occupied right now, so we could. We probably could find Sean Duffy. Sean? Duffy is right now. Otherwise occupied. I think we could find a pretty dynamic person. In the event that we're successful and again, even if you're not successful, then you've you've your. Goal is to keep McKenna. O! I'll tell you what I. Tell You. What if nobody else wants the job and in people are successful in doing this then you know if everyone else takes a pass. I I I'll be your huckleberry. Governor, Vic. Thanks man I the call. I appreciate the call. There's a ton of dynamic conservatives tons. That and again remember I. Don't WanNa I. DON'T WANNA. Tell you. This is a sure thing, but it's not it's. It's not an insurmountable. Mountain. This isn't and I like to use this analogy that I created myself called. It's not roller skating backward up a mountain. That's not what it is. It is a difficult task that would require an enormous amount of enthusiasm from the Republicans, but. Are you enthusiastic? Do you see what's happening to your country? Do you see what's happening to your state? Do you see what is happening to American cities? Do you see what is potentially coming next? Milwaukee announced today that it was going to deny the Milwaukee Police Department dollars to purchase tear gas for crowd control at the DNC so presumably the city of Milwaukee wants to see occupation and Bernie Bros. descending in August to light the city on fire. That's the kind of crap that. That right now we don't have an answer to. The legislature can't answer this. This isn't something that the legislature can answer. This isn't something Scott. Fitzgerald can answer. This isn't something. Robin Voss can answer. This is something that we the people have to be able to confront ourselves, and if we don't and again, it starts at the state level governors shutdown America governors did this. Governors are permitting these mayhem by either withholding access to National Guard troops are reining them back in. That's governors. The president of the United States didn't do that. Individual states that are run by leftists are being are being thrown into chaos. We're being told to lick the boots of socialism. We are being told to keep our mouths shut and our heads down lest we fear losing our jobs, that is what we are being told right now, and our recourse is to what sit around and worry and way to see. We've got to use the arsenal and the AMMO. We've been stocking up come on. Eight seven seven to three five thirteen. Right back. It's about two minutes left here. So I think I can squeeze one more in before the top of the hour. Hi, Andrew Andrew Firmer seen. Thank you for holding Andrew. Vicky, take. What you're talking about drew completely I'd be one of the ones out there actually getting names. But one thing that had started telling friends and I think we need to start releasing Republicans. Is Giddy now in running for those smaller offices like school board. Don't yet because we haven't done it for the most part in, I think we're now suffering from that. If I had louder bell to ring for you, I would ring it for you Andrew. Notice how bad things have gotten because we have. We have focused our attention mostly on politics so much so national politics that we actually assumed Scott Walker would elect himself in the last election and notice how bad cities are getting and notice how lousy the school boards are yes. Yes. Andrew an enthusiastic, yes, if I, if I may not blaspheme Amen Amen to that and I'm GONNA leave. It for this hour on that note, thank you for calling in. This is Vicky mechanics show coming up folks Ron Johnson for those joining me in the Madison on the Madison side of this program or GonNa be checking in with Ron Johnson, but. Listen. Don't just let this last little. Burst of micro burst of enthusiasm. Wayne, get on the phone and start calling people. You know and say we need to do this. And if there's enough enthusiasm out there, and we can get an event together to show people that there's a few thousand folks willing to do the.

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The O'Reilly Update, September 1, 2020

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

12:09 min | 5 months ago

The O'Reilly Update, September 1, 2020

"Bill O'Reilly here Tuesday September First Two, thousand twenty, you are listening to the O'Reilly. Update here's what's happening across our nation. President trump visit riot torn Kenosha Wisconsin. Joe Biden blames the president for the nationwide violence cases of covid on the rise in more than half of the state's. Shootings in New York City pass one thousand so far this year. Ratings for the NBA playoffs plummet. Also. Had Do consider Alexandria Oh Kostya Cortes dangerous. But I President trump going to Kenosha, today after a series of riots in that city. Wisconsin Governor Evers, telling President to stay home saying is presence will only make the situation worse Mr trump promising the trip will be focused on thanking law enforcement and members of the National Guard were deployed to Kenosha last week. Joe Biden returning to the campaign trail after months of staying in Delaware home the former vice president speaking in Pittsburgh where he blamed Donald Trump for quote nationwide violence. Major crimes in cities like New York, Chicago, Seattle Portland, and Minneapolis are up double digits from the same period last year. Mr Biden apparently wants us to believe that Mr Trump is responsible for the rise. NEW CASES OF COVID now rising. Across more than half of the nation even as the outbreak slows informer hotspots, Arizona Florida California and Texas. twenty-six state saw a five percent jump in infections despite the spike, the mortality rate is down, but the disease continues to cause great suffering after six months. New York City surpassing one thousand shooting since January with four months left in the year. The big apple witnessing thirteen straight weeks of rising violence mayor de Blasio blames crimewave on the cloven pandemic. Unemployment and lack leadership from the White House. Most of the chaos is directly the blasios fault. So basketball FANS TUNING OUT BUICK SHIFT for the playoffs down twenty percent. The Lakers opening game was the least watch matching more than five years sending a message to Lebron James. Many players are actively promoting social justice and apparently some Americans would rather not see that. In a moment radical congresswoman Cortez is she a threat right back? Are. You tired of not being able to Fall Asleep Pardon upon ebb has developed a science back solution the targets the cause of sleeplessness racing thoughts. This drug free solution has been changing lives using ebbs precision cool technology. The cool drift verse ahead, Ban softly wraps around the forehead and cools it to the optimal temperature. A personalized algorithm maintains continuous cooling. You'll finally fall asleep and stay asleep take it from me. 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Infidelity and gratitude to a mass people's movement working to establish twenty-first-century social, economic and human rights including guaranteed healthcare higher education living wages, labor rights for all people in the United States a movement. Striving to recognize and repair the wounds of racial injustice, colonization, misogyny and homophobia, and to propose and build re imagined systems of immigration and foreign policy that turn away from the violence in xenophobia of our past, a movement that realizes the unsustainable brutality of an economy that rewards explosive inequalities of wealth for the few at the expense of long term stability for the many unquote. Well, Karl Marx could have written that speech it is a hard core communistic message. The congresswoman is calling for guaranteed incomes guaranteed health care guaranteed college education guaranteed Jabs, and no one in the private sector could make that happen. Therefore, the government would have to run everything. And that is what communism is so Ms Cossio. Cortez can say she's a socialist can say she's whatever she wants to say but this message makes it quite clear. that. She wants a totalitarian federal government to call all the shots and therefore would control the lives of every American citizen. So Fidel Castro would love this. He's smiling. And Miss Cortez well, it's never going to happen. We are never going to become a communist nation, but the damage that she's doing to our system. Is. Major. Because younger people who don't understand what communism until Tala -Tarian is really is you have no clue. They're attracted to the woman because she's attractive physically and the media has made her a star. Can you imagine? If this were twenty years ago and a communist in the Congress of the United States was made a superstar by Walter Cronkite. Be Impossible so I believe that. Alexandria Cossio Cortez is a threat, not her alone. But what she represents I don't want to give up my economic freedom to give up by private property and to live under totalitarian regime run by people like Miss Cortez. I'm Bill O'Reilly, and I approve that message by actually writing it for more news analysis please visit Bill O'Reilly Dot Com, and please consider ordering my new book killing crazy horse the Mercilus Indian wars in America that's out September eighth in a moment something you might not know now many of you me included are worried that our 401k retirement savings everything we've worked very hard for over lifetime could evacuate. We live in very uncertain times with all the fake news we're stuck wondering where to turn. For fact, based Financial Investment Analysis. It's important to have an independent expert working in our corner to preserve in grow our savings. So meet Silicon Valley Angel investor and five G. Expert Jeff Brown a brownstone research who's only obligation is to us to you. 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For, that cure. cording to the president's Corona Virus Task Force the trump administration hopes to have large scale trials of vaccine underway by the middle of September this month. With a vaccine available possibly before the end of the year. The Department of Health and Human Services Releasing a statement this week saying quote. We feel. We are absolutely on track if not a little bit ahead in terms of our overall objective, which is tens of millions of doses of safe and effective vaccines approved for the end of this year unquote. Overseas members of the European Union conducting their own studies to find a vaccine with researchers working together from the UK Spain France, and Italy. Russian President Putin. Says, his country already has vaccine Putin telling reporters at members of his own family have been vaccinated. Global health experts warn people to avoid the medicine from Moscow. It has yet to undergo any meaningful testing. Wow, what a surprise. While the world searches for a cure. The next big challenge for the US as starts this week when millions of students had back to school. At least thirty major colleges including the University of North Carolina and Kansas. State. Where hit with a significant outbreak just days after the kids returned to campus in August. Doctor say social distancing in the USA facemask can reduce the transmission of COVID. Eighty percent especially for younger, Americans? But many of them are not avoiding socializing in the parties and that is considered. To be the source of the spread on college campuses. Hello. Are you listening college people. Stay low key do not run around socializing. Be Responsible. Back after this. Thank you for listening to the O'Reilly Update I. Am Bill O'Reilly knows been just facts and always looking out for you.

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Party in the U.S.A: What suburbs want

Party Lines

26:05 min | 4 months ago

Party in the U.S.A: What suburbs want

"Hi. I'm Dr Brian Goldman. If you haven't heard my new podcast the dose, this is the perfect time to subscribe. Each we answer your most pressing health related questions, and right now we know you're grappling with covid nineteen on those we bring in top experts to answer your questions about the corona virus and post some of our own get the latest evidence in a way that's easy to understand by subscribing to the dose. It's your guide to getting through this difficult time. You can find the dose wherever you get your podcast. This is a CBC podcast. Hey elamine my mood I'm Robert Glencoe, and this is party in the USA Robert Welcome I. AM so happy that you're here on this very first full episode of the special show that we are dedicating to the US election. How are you? Why don't you tell our listeners a little bit about yourself? Sure I'm I'm glad to be here I may reporter for the Washington Post I read about sports but since the pandemic began I've been covering the pandemic across the. Country and then police shootings of African Americans and the subsequent protests in a couple of different places in the United States and one of the stories I did focused on the politics of the suburbs, which is what we're here to talk about I'm so excited talking about the politics of the suburbs because it has really been the big story of the past few weeks and so we're GonNa talk about why suburban voters have so much power and also are the suburbs. Homogeneous Lily White enclaves that Republicans, make them or. Have they changed so much to get into. Well, let's get into it. Let's do it. So yes the new cycle moves really fast and there's million things to talk about but I actually think the place to start here is the really big bombshell that dropped last week, which is when legendary journalist Bob Woodward. One of the two people who are responsible for the Watergate scandal stories from the Washington Post, he came up with a tape. He said that trump told him in February that the coronavirus was way deadlier than the flu. So we have a clip of that. This is five per you know this is five percents versus one percent less than one percent you know. So this is deadly stuff. Now starting out, it's not just all people bob just today and yesterday. Some startling facts came out. It's not just old old exactly. The same time that trump was downplaying the risk of the public and the virus is now infected six million people in the US. And especially jarring if you've. been paying attention to the Republican messaging on the corona virus because I think one of the main points that pundits were pushing on television that Republican legislators, lawmakers and officials were pushing in public appearances and by the same token voters were were talking about when they're being interviewed is that. The coronavirus has no more deadly than the flu, and now we have audio evidence that not only did trump. No. That wasn't true. But he acted in a way that didn't take the virus seriously in his downplaying of it's a seriousness affected the federal response. So that plus more is in Woodward's new book, which is called Rage, and that book just dropped in obviously the stories kind of part of the Promo Cycle for the book Robert Telling me seriously is there any world your reporter? Is there any world in which you get the president on tape seven months ago saying that the coronavirus is so deadly and then immediately seem contradict it and don't just like run and break down your editors door say play this tape. How are we only hearing about this now? I think Bob Woodward went into it with the goal of. Publishing a book just before the election with all of the information he could glean from the reporting after his first book and he stuck to it and part of that is you know you tell people you're interviewing them for a book and then you get one interview and then you run to your editors and you run a daily story. there's something a little bit unseemly about that. Now obviously, it feels like in this situation, the need to break that news for the public safety may outweigh any commitment that you made to writing a book and publishing a certain timeline. Woodward said is had to make sure it was true because he understood that. Everything the president said was subject to a higher level of scrutiny than any president cover. So it could have been that trump was just overplaying the. Potential impact of the virus to sort of try to put America's subsequent victory over the virus in a bitter context that made trump look better. So Woodward is challenged over the next few months to try to figure out win that meeting happened when he was briefed by whom and what exactly the substance of the brief word. Now he says he's able to ascertain all of that in May and June at that point it's a little bit harder to defend not publishing until September. Yeah You. Know it's interesting to hear him say that it took him until mayor June to confirm the things that trump's heading that call. So took him three to four months to confirm them. But by May or June, we were already seeing new daily cases in the thousands across the US. And the virus was on its way to wreaking havoc on the economy on most people's lives, and so I have a hard time reading. This is anything but. A strategy sell the book, which is I guess not to say, I'm knocking it because you know I guess you got to sell your books man well I think one of the things that the Republicans have been able to do so effectively is counter messaging when there's a big bombshell story like this that makes them look bad and Fox, news is a big engine of that. So on the thirteenth Brian, stelter tweeted out this Fox News screen shot where the Crayon says president trump on Bob Woodward's claim that he downplayed the severity of the virus. So Fox News is several days after the report is already positioning it. As not an account of. Trump's words right. Not a fact that trump downplayed the severity of the of the virus but Bob Woodward claimed it and it's the same thing that they've been able to do when they talk about the Russia cokes over and over again the Russia hoax, there's no substance to the counterclaim. They're not providing any sort of evidence that any of the stuff isn't true. They're they're just framing it. In a way that the president look less bad. So I you know maybe Woodward is thinking and I know the guy I've never talked to him, but maybe Woodward is thinking I'd rather they only have thirty days to do this counter messaging than four months, right? Right. It would have been interesting to see how the Republican. Base would have spun the story had they had you know foremost seduce. So maybe that story and that tape would've faded to the background maybe not as much impact. Star you bringing to us today. Well it came out two days ago. It was polling post president trump's visits to Wisconsin I was here in Kenosha when he came to Kenosha at very dramatic appears in front of the rubble, meet some of the small business owners that were affected by the writing here after the Jacob Lake shooting. And is very much pushing this message at this image of rioting looting violence crime. And ultimately. Diversity when he talks about Joe Biden's policies of bringing affordable income housing to the suburbs. Pushing this message of all those things spreading out from your cities like Kenosha Racine Milwaukee Madison and affecting. Lily white communities that we call the served. And So here's some polling that says that he's not doing so well with the message in the New York Times. New York Times CNN college polling says that trump is still down fifty to thirty nine in America suburbs. Biden's up sixty, two, twenty, eight cities and trump is up fifty to forty in rural areas but that suburban number has become. So important as we try to interpret these polls, because what we found is that trump succeeded in bringing out odom of voters and people who did not vote in two, thousand, twelve and two, thousand eight who were suburban whites who were motivated by this law and order message that he touched on briefly during the two thousand sixteen campaign but he's harped on now in two thousand and twenty in the wake of these police shootings something that can be a bit disorienting. is a times like the campaigns in general felt divorced from the real things that are affecting like what people are going through. Like, the nitty gritty details of the pandemic are not super present. The West burning their wildfires in California and Oregon and the air quality is horrific and the pictures are like apocalyptic and what's the trump campaign talking about for the past two months the suburbs they will not stop talking about the suburbs and I think. It's just the table quickly to remind folks why they're so important trump won in two, thousand, sixteen by assembling. A coalition of Evangelical Christians, Rural Voters and suburban voters particularly, White College educated suburban women. But then you get to twenty eighteen and the Republicans lose the house because trump loss grounds with the separate very specifically. Again, you know he lost those white educated college, a demo that you know went to him before. So for a long time, he never really got them back like the poll, the polling numbers you're talking about now. Biden's been. By double digits. In. The suburbs for probably the last like maybe six months or so and this trump has been way down those bowls but then on August twenty third Kenosha Wisconsin an officer shoots Jacob Blake. In the back seven times, what happened after I guess raise questions about whether trump can regain grounds in the suburbs. Can you guide us through the protests and the reactions to them immediately afterwards? Right. So here in Wisconsin after Blake was shot the Wisconsin Governor listen to. Cries from local officials in Kenosha. Requesting. The National Guard be of service in order to quell riders. It's governor evers ability to call the National Guard. President Trump's. President trump offers to send in the National Guard and federal entities like the US marshals. They don't get a response from evers because ever since already called in the National Guard and it takes them twenty four to forty eight hours to mobilize. The White House puts out a statement that says Wisconsin's governor has declined the offer to send in federal. Authorities. The Local officials who are democratic spin the next couple of days trying to push back on that narrative. But what trump is trying to say is all of these democratic run cities democratic run states don't care if the rioting and the looting destroy businesses in the cities and reached the suburbs and he's hoping that's going to be ineffective message. With white voters in predominantly white communities, the national guard come here but it's a little bit too late. You have the writing that destroys a number of businesses in the city and then more notably a shooting in which a young man named Kyle rittenhouse comes to Kenosha to protect businesses from Outta town he brings his rifle and he winds up. Three men killing two and injuring another. And there was Kansin story, the notion store, it becomes a bigger national story than. It ever was before you have president trump coming here. You have a Joe Biden talking about it. You have Kamala Harris and pins coming here at the same time you have Joe Biden visiting with Jacob, flakes family, which they declined to do with president trump. And what the trump campaign is hoping is that all of this? Unrest here puts fear in the minds of suburban white voters. Now. You mentioned that they've been hitting this note for a while and they've done it. In fact, done across the country they're your trump has been trying to paint a lot of cities or sort of havens of lawlessness and crime. For example, he's this was Chicago. He's done this with Portland and his sent in federal officers to two cities in Ohio also in Michigan. These are all messages that are telegraphed to the suburbs subtle hints to the suburbs to say like I'm going to keep you safe but I I guess. According, to those polls, those messages are resonating a one of the reasons those messages aren't resonating is because we're in the middle of a recession as a result of this endemic I think a lot of suburban voters historically have pointed to property values as a reason to not want their suburbs diversified or low income housing to be introduced to some of the areas where they live because they feel like that hurts them economically when you are in a recession despite how well the economy was doing before that. That message doesn't resonate as well because I think a lot of people are attributing the recession. To the failed slow federal response to the virus. So when you have. This mitigating factor that detracts from your message and you have no other option, there's nowhere else that trump can really pivot. So He's been staying on this course hoping that as in two thousand sixteen, there's a number of people who are ashamed to say they're are going to vote for him when they're talking to a pollster but are actually going to vote for him. The good news for him I think is that there. Are Far fewer undecided voters than there were in two thousand sixteen. There was an August poll by the Pew Research Center in two, Thousand Sixteen that said eight percent of Hillary supporters said, they could change their minds. Eight percent of trump supporters said, they might change their minds a quinnipiac poll month just three percent of voters said, they weren't sure who they were going to vote for and they might change their minds. So once you have that incumbent running against China allender and you've had four years to know you know what another four years might be like you know you find that there are far fewer undecided voters. The notion that an incumbent is trying to make these promises also doesn't compute. You know it makes sense for for Richard Nixon, for example, to kind of run on campaign of law and order promising to restore. Some kind of law and order to the suburbs and a message that that Telegraph says, you know you're going to be safer once I'm president, it's harder pitch for trump to land. You know you're going to be safer when I'm president because he has been president for four years the suburbs themselves have actually change to like there. There are strong base of support for movements like black lives matter. So the notion that the suburbs are this place that doesn't concern itself with the politics of race is is just not true and it's just not a clean narratives that the Republicans can land here. Right. They are changing and you know we have to differentiate between different kinds of suburbs. I'm from Silver Spring Maryland, which is fifteen minutes outside of DC and I believe our community is majority minority at this point where it was in ten fifteen years ago. So that's a very different place than Waukesha Wisconsin. It's ninety five percent white. It hasn't changed in in a hundred years. There are very few foreign born people and you're liable to see ten trump signs before you see one. Biden side, right so In Wisconsin I, think skews more towards places like Waukesha, when you're talking about the suburbs and those are the places that trump not only needs to win, but he needs to dominate their. It if Joe Biden can get just thirty five percent of the vote in a city like Waukesha. Then he's doing really well, what we don't have an understanding at a very micro level of what kind of suburbs they're talking about when they say that Joe Biden is winning the suburban vote right? Because there are so many different ways to define suburbs and there are so many different levels of suburban life between what we call rural and what we call urban life, and there's not a poll out there. That tells me specifically what places that are built like Waukesha and racine are thinking. And that's a problem and you know it's not going to get fixed obviously before the the twenty twenty election and so no I don't I don't know I can't say that trump's messages failing or Joe Biden's defense is failing. Because we don't have that sort of specific measure. What we do have our pulse that say Joe Biden is up you know six points or eight points in in Wisconsin and ten points in Minnesota. Think that's really encouraging Democrats, but you have to remember Hillary Clinton was up six points in Marquette polling in Wisconsin the day of the election. And she lost the state. So you know if you're a Democrat, you can't feel comfortable with any lead short of fifteen. I think if you're a Democrat, you can't be comfortable with any poll period I. Mean I'm sure one of the main messages of two thousand sixteen was boy people are willing to tell pollsters something. But do another thing, right? Yeah I. think that's that's the big message and that. We needed to evolve in the way that we measure likely voters and we have. You're in Wisconsin. You are exploring those very same suburbs. What are you finding your reporting? Thank you fine and like I said earlier mentioning the few research polling that people have their mind made up and don't pay so much attention to the sort of chess moves that trump and biden are making an end. You realize that you know Fox News is that ubiquitous background music in a lot of these communities any business that you walk in with television on that's what they're watching. And so you know I think a lot of the messaging that you see on Fox News. You see parroted in places like Wacky Schoff one of the more effective Republican talking points was that. At the Democratic convention, which was several days before the the trump visit. That Democrats did not Condemn rioting and looting, and you saw and it's true. He saw very little mention of that and there's this sort of. Push pull this struggle on the left because you have one side that says, we're not going to tell these frustrated people that they're doing things the wrong way but we're also not going to condemn them, and then there's the other side that says. If, we want to win this election then. We have to tell moderate voters that lien laugh that we don't accept this sort of behavior at all and we're going to do everything we can to make sure that it doesn't reach their community right? And so in the Democratic convention, the far left side of that argument, one out in some ways and so that's what you see. Trump Fox News talking about at what you see trump talking about and that's what I heard from voters in in Waukesha who are the people who are talking to you so tell me about you know like you're walking into a bar and you're like, let's talk about politics. Got Stories to share. Yeah you know it's An interesting part of the job nobody in. Waukesha or big Bend Wisconsin or Kenosha is expecting for the Washington Post are just walk up to them while they're having a beer and ask to do an interview, right? A. Lot of folks. Want to be heard. A lot of folks don't want to be identified especially if they own a business or they have some. Colleagues or family members on the other side of the partisan divide but once you get talking to people. I think a really key question is what sort of do you consume? Where do where do you get your news and when you're out in the Wisconsin suburbs you hear a lot of Fox, but you also hear some obscure things like the x twenty to report I ran into this woman who was talking about how she recently discovered this youtube. Channel called X. Twenty to report, and they were the only ones telling the truth about how the corona virus was invented by Rock Obama and the Chinese government and meant to destroy president trump. And that George Soros the democratic billionaire is paying protesters individually and funding the Kenosha riots in order to make trump look at boy and. You know it's easy to in my Washington DC bubble dismiss that and say, Hey, like that's not what the average person thinks but I'll tell you I talked to think eighteen people for that story and five or six of them brought up George Soros and the idea that he's paying the protesters individually. And I think the average American doesn't realize how many of these folks who voted for trump in two thousand sixteen and went down the right wing media. Rabbit hole are completely lost what you're not gonNA get when you're talking to people at coffee shops when you're talking to people at bars is a representative sample because a lot of the folks that believe. That the corona virus's deadly and dangerous or not sitting in a coffee shop. Right right. So the question is how many of those people are at home and they've changed their viewing habits they've shifted what they read and they are starting to lean more Democrat and will quietly vote for Joe. Biden. While their husbands or wives vote for Donald Trump, and then it just don't have a conversation about it. All of that makes me worry. It makes. It makes me worry deeply because you know it's we are four years into a trump presidency and. I'm not sure that the media has yet learned the lessons of two thousand sixteen in terms of the fact that like you can't run away from these stories after address them head on and then you have to figure out a way to you know talk about those George, Soros. Rumors and conspiracy theories and find a way to quell them because that is where a lot of people are getting their information from, and if you're not talking about that, then you're not really necessarily even addressing what people are talking about and the fact that it came up five or six times out of eighteen different people that you interviewed his is telling of that. And you know. I. Think you're right I don't think that mainstream media on either side does enough to quell rumors misinformation. And part of that is facebook and social media where you know maybe some of the responsibility should fall on facebook to shut down a lot of this and while they have made some efforts to change. They can't find everything. And I. Think we all have people in our orbits in our lives who post fake news and there are people that. Go online and try to dissuade them try to present. Facts to them. And they just move onto the next piece of false information and have no desire to question it. That's a that's a larger segment of people that I think we want. We want to think about. I think you're right about that. Robert Thank you so much for doing this. It was a pleasure having you on party lines party in the USA. Thank you for having. Pleasure man that's it. That's it for party lines this week from ABC News and podcast. I'm your host element Abdul Mahmoud culture writer for Busby News. You can find me on twitter at eighty eight and I'm Robert Glencoe a staff writer for the Washington Post, and you can find me on twitter at Robert Clem Co K. L. E. M. K. O.. See you back here next week. For more CBC PODCASTS, go to CBC DOT CA slash podcasts.

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"Wake Up. It's time for mornings with Gail and thirteen ten. KFI K. Well. Night Three of the Republican National Convention in Rick Record Books this as Vice President Pence accepts VP nomination warning us all that we won't be safe in Joe. Biden's America six, Oh eight now thirteen ten Kfi a thirteen ten. KFI K. DOT COM northern Colorado's voice mornings with Gail, from the auto collisions specialist. Studios. All right. So we are vice president Mike. Pence? It was a rare evening in which he took top billing over his boss. Well, vice president pence spotlighted of course, as was expected president trump's accomplishments over the past four years made the case for another term in the White House as he delivered his nomination acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention but. Vice President also painted a rather, well, not too positive picture of what the nation would look like. If Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden wins, November's general election warning once again that you won't be safe in Joe Biden's America. All right. We see the social unrest. Across the country peaceful protests and again, I think all of US support peaceful protests. Are being hijacked by those with a different ingende entirely hijacked by anarchist those who are just creating havoc across so many. DENVER. included. Across. The country now subject of my facebook questions morning, it'd be interested in your thoughts Joe Biden. Finally finally, how long have we been waiting finally came out and decried the violence that is taking place the looting rotating the destruction. Just recently, we're seeing it happen happening in Kenosha. Wisconsin now last night was night four of the protests in Kenosha West Wisconsin and you look at it looks like Beirut us to looks like a warzone as to so many cities as a result of all of the destruction that has been taking place across America in the name of social justice. Because the destruction. The fires the looting. The devastation. Of innocent people's lives as as small businesses are just categorically destroyed with no rhyme or reason what did they have to do with any of this? But those. Anarchists who are doing this really don't care because it's gratuitous. Destruction for, destruction sake. Subject to my facebook question which goes to well. Vice President Mike Pence is rather onerous warning that we won't be safe under a Joe Biden presidency. Finally, you had Joe Biden coming out decrying the violence. Saying that. This is inappropriate and it won't be tolerated my question for you this morning. Fine. He finally said something about it. I mean, it's a step in the right direction, right? Did you hear one word? About the breakdown of civility in society. Drought the entire Democratic National Convention Bueller anyone crickets? No, we did not. And it seems to me it's kind of. A. Tacit acceptance. On the part of the Uber Progressive Left that somehow violence is acceptable me my back to my question sorry I keep going into the weeds. Vice President Joe Biden finally acknowledges that no violence isn't good. It accomplishes absolutely nothing. In the guys under the guise I should say of social protest of social unrest, my question. Though he finally said something about it, is it too little too late be interested in your thoughts this morning nine, seven, zero, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, drop me a text on our thirteen ten, Kfi, a text line at three, one, nine, nine, six, I, I'm using that text line easy enough to do just text of a two three, one, nine, nine cents sex meanwhile back vice president pence in his comments last night nine, three of the Republican National Convention. Pence said Biden didn't say one word last week. At the Democrat National Convention about the violence in America cities that we are seeing across this nation. He then declared pence did we will have law and order on the streets of this country? Now I understand there is a faction of this nation. That is calling for something I find I mean other worldly. So ludicrous on the face of it calling to fund law enforcement. Disband police departments across the country. I can't even believe that we're having this conversation. It's just so outlandish particularly. Those communities. Most vulnerable among us. But here we are. Having that conversation who in their right mind doesn't want to feel safe on the streets who wants to bring up their children. When you're afraid to let them go out on the streets in large urban areas. You tell me. Are they serious about this. I think there's a much bigger agenda at play here. From reelection campaign previewed that the vice president would deliver an address with an optimistic tone, but it's admittedly pence did spend parts of his speech taking aim at Joe Biden and his party. Now hammering home a theme and working for peace from Fox News. This morning shocker I know hammering home theme that trump campaign campaign. It's been voicing all summer vice president charge that Joe Biden would be nothing more than a Trojan. Horse only did pull out all the stops didn't he for radical left and he emphasized that the choice in this election has never been clearer and the stakes have never been higher arguably isn't that something that we hear every four years that this is a pivotal election in the future of our representative republic and we all kind of give it a group rump and go about our business and hopefully cast our ballots. But I don't think I'm alone in the assessment. That this election truly is a game changer. How about you nine, seven, hundred, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, drop me a text center thirteen, ten K F. K a text line at three. One nine nine, six Lou Holtz. Hignett out of the park yesterday during the NC and I loved this statement just wanted to toss it out there for you to think about. If you did not show up. Who would miss you asked Lou. Holtz. And why? Something to think about sixteen now, thirteen ten F. K. Dan Patrick the whole show and Colin cowherd or a northern Colorado's voice thirteen ten Kfi K. listen of Northern Colorado rockies. Baseball can be heard crystal clear northern Colorado's voice thirteen, ten KFI K. Well, in the newest installment of our story, feels like a soap opera vs days right I don't mean to jaded or skeptical or cynical but yeah, those covid nineteen guidelines continue to evolve and I understand it. Again, a novel Corona Virus send the Science keeps changing but once again, the narrative changes this as the CDC flipflops one more time wearing piece by Adriana Rodriguez out of USA Today infectious disease experts, not only confused. Like. The rest of us but troubled by a change in testing guidelines made by the US Centers for Disease Control and prevention which said people without symptoms may not need a test even if they've been exposed to covid nineteen. Alison Galliani. Director for the Center for infectious. Disease Modeling Analysis at the Yale School of Medicine. Says our work on the silent spread underscored the importance of testing people who have been exposed to covid nineteen regardless of symptoms. This change in policy she didn't mince words will kill. Now before the changes were made on Monday, the CDC website said testing was recommended for all close contacts of persons with SARS covy to infection. Now, the website says someone who was in close contact within six feet of a person with covid nineteen for at least fifteen minutes but doesn't have symptoms does not necessarily need a test. Agency said exceptions are made for vulnerable individuals or those who were recommended take a test by a healthcare provider or public health official. Dr Susan Bailey President of the American Medical Association said the new guidelines a recipe for community spread and more spikes in corona virus. Bailey urged the CDC to release its quote scientific justification close quote for the Change, the Infectious Diseases Society of America and the HIV Medicine Association called on the agency to reverse its decision. CDC estimates in its covid nineteen pandemic planning scenarios that forty percent of infections are as symptomatic and a fifty percents transmissions occur before symptoms appear. So experts worry that. Failing to test as symptomatic carriers could not only result in more infections but also hinder contract tracing efforts Peter Pits Presidents, we've had the opportunity to speak with Peter Pits, president the non-profit Center for medicine in the public interest to think will reach out to him. Again, if being enclosed personal contact with an infected person isn't sufficiently important enough to get tested I don't see that there's any value in contract in contact tracing spokesperson at the US Department of Health and Human Services told CNN the change wouldn't quote unquote. Contact tracing or any other types of of this just sends shivers down my spine surveillance testing. Though Pitts. Says Change CDC guidelines is not permission to do away with testing. He's worried that some eight well indeed take it that way he said the agency should encourage more testing. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi weighing in as she's prone to do promised to investigate the change calling the new guidelines scary and dangerous. It really is very sad just reinforces the lack of attention an understanding that we have. That we have to have in order to crush this virus. Well in a perfect world. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could is speaker Pelosi, crush this virus. However ain't gonNA happen. Just like the run of the mill. Commonplace flu yeah. There's a vaccine for it. But you still have millions dying of the garden variety flu every single year. COVID nineteen will be no different. Now, scientists recommend testing three, million a day to identify track and treat those who are infected country conducted about eighty million tests total since the pandemic began now apparently the guidelines. These ever changing guidelines were reviewed by the coronavirus task force including Dot Jerry. Then he vowed she'd Dr Deborah burks and Dr Steven. Hahn. Because of course. The conspiracy theories are all ready starting to build as to why the CDC reversed. It's It's former stance. Saying that people without symptoms of Covid nineteen may not need a test even if they've been exposed to the coronavirus. Has the CDC been pressured by the trump administration no now but that's what you're gonNA hear rights. There was no weight on the scale by the President or the Vice President or Secretary Alex as are. These guidelines said, medical professionals were the product of scientific and medical staff. And they were discussed extensively at the task force and guess. What Every body approved it. Your thoughts this morning. Nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten. Right changing gears as we have watched. Unrest and violence and destruction spread across the nation all this under the guise of peaceful protests. Protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin actually turned a little calmer last night. It was night for of the protests over the police involved shooting of Jacob Blake police arrested a seventeen year olds in a kenosha shooting as to were shots over the course of these riots. Over. The past few days. Conservative clergy of Color Chairman Bishop Aubrey shrine or shines excuse me weighs in on these social unrest around the country and. The difference between the Black Lives Matter Movement. And the B. L. M. Organization again, conservative clergy of colored chairman. Bishop Aubrey shines at six, thirty, five, this morning, six, thirty, one now thirteen ten K of K. Code now. Weekdays at four, another in Colorado's voice. Thirteen, ten KFI K.. Tune into the show at noon and no Co. now at four back to mornings with Kayla northern Colorado's voice thirteen ten KFI K. President trump just yesterday said, he will send a federal law enforcement and the National Guard to Kenosha Wisconsin to restore law and order amid days of unrest in the city President tweeting yesterday, we will not stand for looting arson violence and lawlessness of American streets going on to say, my team just got off the phone with Governor Evers who agreed to accept federal assistance parenthetically, president trump tweeted Portland should do the same. This as you have mayor handcock Denver Mayor handcock on. Tuesday asking. DENVER. City attorney to seek full restitution for the damage caused in a riot Saturday night in downtown. DENVER twelve were arrested from those found to have caused the violence. When does this stop? Bishop Aubrey shines is a chair of the conservative clergy of color. This is a group dedicated to educating Americans on why black lives matter is not a peaceful organization bishop signs welcome to the show. Go great being with you. Thanks for having me. You Bet and thank you so much for taking the time. I certainly do appreciate it because I think all of our hearts sink as we see the violent unrest, the violent component of what should be peaceful protests but they're being hijacked aren't they? Well. Yeah. They're being hijacked but let's remember when I hear individuals in knock yourself of course. But when I hear individuals said, well, the black lives matter they're actually taking over by other groups. No, they're actually not. When. One studies as I have black lives matter this is a Marxist organization. They tell you their founders say we are a Marxist organization, the same ideology that my grandfather, my paternal grandfather gave his life for this nation to defend against this type of tyranny and so when we see these anarchists lived out in the streets Gill, they're not just hurting one group of people. They're hurting all of us that love United States of America when Black Brown and white businesses are looted. When individuals are losing their lives and when I hear the false narrative, especially those in the entertainment world those in the mainstream media saying, well, what about these black lives because he's white officers are hunting them down if Lebron James. So ignorantly has said, we're missing the bigger point more white kids are actually have lost their lives double the amount of blacks and if black lives matter, why is it that the several thousand black men that are killed ninety, five percent and by the? Way By other black men, where's the protesting? Where is those individuals that are screaming at the top of their voices like Jesse Jackson Al Sharpton. So what we do Gill, we've put a spotlight on these individual groups and individuals in mainstream media outlets that are racially dividing and causing this type of divisiveness in our nation separating black and white and brown together that we cannot live out our fullest desire. This is anarchism. Let's call it what it is, and that's what conservative clergy. Of Color. That's what we're doing. Well, and you absolutely correct in your assessment because the B. l.. M.. Organization its founders, Alicia, Garza Patrisse cullors, Opel Manetti described themselves as three radical black organizers, common credo as you so eloquently said is a devotion to Marxist. Leninist revolution colors are proudly identifies herself and Garza as trained Marxists at the annual net roots convention back in two thousand, fifteen working from piece by colleague in mind that popped up in complete Colorado Mike Rosen. They said. That let's see. It was colors urged her fellow African Americans to rise the blank up and burn everything down execellent not only that. They are against not just black lives. By the way they are against what is called normative, and that is just simply and women that desire to get married to have children. They say, we oppose this concept they fill it is a western concept really what it is it is an anti Judeo Christian easels that they are fighting against, and so when I see organizations where they're. The Major League Baseball when they begin to support these organizations by allowing their players or platitudes or stickers to be put on the floor, but they won't allow an by the way I've counseled professional men that are athletes they're not allowed for instance to, let's say four at the ideal of traditional marriage and or. Against the number one killer in black America, which is the planned parenthood table that was designed not my opinion by the way Margaret Sanger's the one who said it she was at Eugenicist. Liberal. Democrat said blacks are not really humans there. No more than weeds they need to be exterminated. So when I see these major companies supporting I beg all Americans I don't care what color you are for God's sake. I beg all Americans not to support these organizations that are killing our nation they're dividing goes. How can we sit back as Americans I don't care what color you are and allow this type of pillage to continue to happen without rising up and saying, Hey, enough is enough we're going to take our nation back. And this is what conservative clergy of colored doing. We're simply giving the information and honestly we're having tremendous success at awakening not just Brown and Black Americans. But White Americans who are being sympathetic to a false narrative that the media is feeding on a constant basis, we gotta do better Gill we gotta take our nation back six, forty, five, thirteen, ten, AF K, a thirteen, ten K. of K. A. Dot COM Biz abry shines is chairman of conservative clergy of color seems to me in an overheated political season that this is just. Another facet of a march, a steady march toward fundamentally changing this nation in the name of power and control dare. I say socialism what more effective tool to use then dividing US along the lines of color. Well Again it's the same playbook. It's been happening for a long time and I get I am not speaking now as the chair of CCC Conservative clergy color let me tell you individually. I've been fighting this for a long time when Barack Hussein Obama was being elected Chicago kid I came out of the western suburbs of Chicago. I've ministered there in the Cook County the prison systems. I warned black and whites then I said, Hey, this guy is he's going to do exactly what he said he's going to fundamentally change America. Well, he his genesis from he got it from guys like Saul Alinsky who believed by the way that Lucifer was his greatest champion, but the news media wouldn't talk about it. So we were talking about it producing videos abounded even back then and say, Hey, guys, you're GONNA lose because you're being sensitive to something that is going to fundamentally destroy Americanism and I and others begin to fight against it and by the way again as a private citizen. Gal. I produced a five minute video during the two thousand, sixteen election warning black and white Americans about then Hillary Clinton. Same Ilk believe the same thing and it ticked her off so bad when it went viral when sixty million people saw it that in her book when she wrote one of the reasons she lost by name, she put me in her book thing I-. Aubrey brick shines was one of the reasons that she lost election. What was I doing? I'm simply saying. We can do that as a compliment, right? Yes. Of course I did. I of course I did because again, it was dividing America, in black and white together we better realize that these are often issues every four years for a reason, and that is to paint America SS chemically racist well, if it is and it's not by the way, we can those of us who love history we can see where it came from one political party that wanted even back. Then to divide America to say blacks were not human. Didn't deserve right to vote et Cetera et cetera gave us the KKK Jim Crow laws and they're still doing the same thing through guys like Joe Biden that says, you're not really if you think of certain kind of way or act a certain way or speaker certain kind of way Gill, we gotta stop the madness and we got. What it, what it is, and we can take America back. Were let you go bishop. How is it that Joe Biden gets a pass I? mean he probably whereas the battle of Gaffe Meister and chief I mean he's a self. Admitted Gaffe machines but you know talking about, Hey, if you vote for trump and not for me, you ain't black and then he was talking how Latinos much more diverse than the black community. Get Away with this it's easy. He gets away with it because when you have ninety seven percent of all of the mainstream media that won't even ask a just a simple question of, hey, isn't don't you have a history of bigotry here when you can hide in a basement and they keep propping you up in every mainstream media outlet supports you by protecting you by not asking questions concerning your forty plus seven year history and all of a sudden forty, eight years. You're GONNA do something you've not done in forty seven years. It's easy. He's protected. He's well insulated and I'm simply saying to -servative clergy of color we're exposing it and that's why we're having the success that we're having. This before I, let you go this morning. How can we make a difference? How can we help take this country back? Hey, listen fine groups like ours. Don't find good fine men and women that love this. They get yourself up boat knock on doors and say here are the facts people. Let's just look at the truth I. Assure you Gil. If we look at the truth it went out we'll we can win and we can take this nation back hold politicians accountable to a principle called Americanism, and if they look smell like touch takes like anything Marxist run and find another individual to support that will make sure that we maintain this greatest country on God's green earth and that's called the United States of America. This up ollery signs, chairman conservative clergy, of color, thank you so much for your time. It's been so inspirational. So uplifting talking with you this morning and aware, can we find out more about conservative clergy of? Conservative clergy of Color Dot O. R. G. CONSERVATIVE CLERGY COLORED DOT ORG come out. Look the body of work that we've done. The opposite that we do the video that we produce we hit make a difference forget about the skin stuff. We here to keep America America well said Bishop Aubrey signs. Thanks again. Thanks again. Gal. 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The Meeks Family Murders

Murder Minute

34:37 min | 5 months ago

The Meeks Family Murders

"Support for this podcast comes from Microsoft teams the world has changed and Microsoft. Teams is there to help us stay connected teams as the safe and secure way to chat, meet call and collaborate to learn more visit Microsoft dot com slash teams. Welcome to murder minute. On today's episode, the meeks family murders but I your true crime headlines. Protests. Have erupted in Wisconsin after police shot a black man multiple times in the back in front of his children. The shooting occurred around five pm on. Sunday when police officers responded to calls of a domestic incident. A nine one one dispatcher reported complaints said that the man twenty nine year old Jacob Blake. Wasn't supposed to be there and that he had taken the complaints keys and refused to give them back. Witnesses said that Blake was attempting to break up a fight between two women. A video shot by a witness and posted on. Social. Media Shows Blake walking away from officers who are pointing their weapons at him. He approaches an SUV walks around the front and the driver's side door win an officer, grabs his shirt, and subsequently fires at least seven shots into his back. Blake's three sons were in the vehicle at the time. Officers provided medical aid to Blake was then transported to a hospital in Milwaukee. The State's department, of Justice said. The video spread on social media late on Sunday sparking protests that prompted the city to declare an emergency curfew. The mayor confirmed that the National Guard has been called to the city. Governor Tony Ever said in a statement that troops will be focused on supporting the needs of local first responders and law enforcement to protect critical infrastructure and cultural institutions. Governor Evers also condemned the shooting saying quote while we do not have all of the details yet what we know for certain is that he is not the first black man or person to have been shot or injured or mercilessly killed at the hands of individuals in law enforcement in our state or our country. The KENOSHA police union president said in a written statement quote anytime deadly forces used our hearts go out to those affected by it. We assure you an independent investigation is being conducted as always. The video currently circulating does not capture all of the intricacies of a highly dynamic incident. We ask that you withhold from passing judgment until all the facts are known. Blake fortunately survived the shooting though he is in serious condition in Milwaukee. Hospital. The Wisconsin Department of Justice is investigating the shooting and two of the officers involved have been placed on administrative leave. Authorities in. Middleton. Ohio say that a man has been charged with aggravated murder in the stabbing death of a mother whose body was found after a house fire earlier this month. After firefighters recovered the body of thirty eight year old. Jamaica. Calhoun. The Butler County Coroner's office said that she died of stab wounds and classified the case as a homicide and middletown police arrested forty one year old. Anson Pride. Police chief David Burke said that the victim and her daughter arrived home on August fourteenth to find pride in their home. Police alleged that pride who was recently released from prison had been breaking into homes in the area. Authorities believed that an altercation ensued and the defendant then stabbed the victim and started the fire, her daughter fled and was uninjured. Anson pride is charged with murder felonious assault, aggravated arson, and burglary and evidence tampering. A New Jersey woman has been sentenced to five years in prison in the death of a pedestrian that prosecutor said occurred as the driver was texting. Last fall fifty, one year old Alexandra Manson was convicted of the Hickey Homicide in the September twenty sixteen death of thirty, nine year old UN Wang. Prosecutor said Manson Ed rear ended car that struck the victim as she was crossing the street weighing who was on a break from her job at the nearby international flavors and fragrances. Plant died five days later. Prosecutors argued that Manson was distracted by a text about dinner plans in New York City from her former sister-in-law that said Cuban American. Mexican. Pick one. Manson had said that she read the message before leaving. She said that she was looking down to turn on her rear defago her before striking the car. Prosecutors questioned why the text was unanswered although the letters M. and e. had been typed. And Manson, it said that she didn't remember having typed them. On Friday, Manson apologized to Wang's family saying quote she didn't deserve to die. So early and they stand here knowing that there's absolutely nothing I can do that can change that my hope is that one day you will be able to find peace. Trial Attorney Steven Altman said that his client has quote dedicated her life to improving the world around her citing her work at a nonprofit agency that offers social services and runs a food pantry and health centers for the homeless. He asked quote. Should her life be defined within the sixty seconds of this tragedy? Defense Attorney Brown indicated that Manson at plans to appeal but a judge Friday denied a request to allow her to remain free pending that appeal. Those are your true crime headlines up next the MEEKS murders, but first a quick break. I used to eat almost every meal out on the go. But these days I'm eating in more than ever. 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Jimmy, soon returned saying that he couldn't find any bodies. Nelly said. That she could find them. And led the boy back out into the neighbouring cornfield. Zehr half buried under an old haystack where the bodies of Nellie father thirty-three-year-old Gusts meeks her mother thirty year old Laura. Her four year old sister, Hattie. And her eighteen month old sister Mary Goes the Laura and had he had been shot. Mary had been beaten to death with a rock. The same rock, the put the Gash in Nelly Spore head. Tragically, Mrs Mix. had been pregnant and miscarried at the time of her death. The fetus was also in the grave. Little Nellie MEEKS. Was the only one left. When Melian? Jimmy return to the house. Mrs Carter sent Jimmy Again, to notify the neighbors of the murder and sent for help. When Jimmy went out the first person he found was George. Taylor working in the Cornfield and told him about the bodies under one of his haystacks. George Taylor took Jimmy to his house and told him to wait while he hitched his horses and they would go and take a look. To me waited. And waited. But George Taylor. Never returned. He wrote town. And alerted his brother William Taylor. And the two men. Flap. While Little Nellie was being examined by Dr, she explained as much as she could remember about what happened to her family the night before. We were going up the hill. Nelly said. The Man Without whiskers said, his feet were cold and got out and walked along the side of the wagon and shot Papa and Papa jumped out and started to run. Then Mama screamed and started to jump when they shot Mama and sister. Then they hit me in the head. And I went to sleep. The next thing Nellie could remember was waking up when the men tossed her out of the wagon. As. She regained consciousness. She heard the men trying to set the haystack on fire. When the man put me in the straw, the one with the whiskers kicked me on the back and said. They're all dead now the damn villain sons of bitches. The doctor confirmed now he's account by the presence of a bruise on her back. They covered me up and I could not breathe. Good. The brave little girl said. I heard them say would not burn as it would not catch. They. Were George and William Taylor. The brothers were among the most wealthy and prominent citizens in northeastern Missouri. William. The elder of the two was a graduate of the Missouri University School of Law. Had served in the Missouri. General Assembly. And worked for the People's exchange back in. Brown nick. But in recent years, it became clear that the Taylor's had not required their wealth. Honestly. Among their recent crimes were forgery and Larceny for writing false bank drafts. They were also indicted for arson and stealing cattle. Natalie's father Gus meeks was a tenant farmer on land owned by the Taylor's. had been implicated in one of their cattle rustling cases. MEEKS let guilty and was jailed. But in the weeks before the murder Guzman was pardoned by the governor after he agreed to testify against the Taylor brothers. The Taylor's needed ghost meeks, out of way. They offered him one thousand dollars. Equivalent to roughly thirty thousand dollars today. To get out of town and avoid testifying. MEEKS. Agreed. But when they came in the wagon to pick him up on the night of May, tenth eighteen, ninety, four Mrs meeks insisted that the whole family go along with him. Mrs Meeks knew that her husband was in danger and didn't trust Taylor's. But she didn't believe but the brothers would be capable of murdering an entire family. After, their discovery under the haystack on the Taylor farm, the bodies remained where they were found all day until about five o'clock waiting for the coroner to arrive. Large. Pools of blood or on the graphs and the Lemes at the side of the road where the body was had fallen. A pistol was found with three chambers empty. And the bloody rock which put the Gash in Melis head and killed little sister. The bodies were put in what one newspaper described as rude coffins for transport. be it said to the eternal disgrace of Linn County? The reporter wrote in May eighteen ninety four. That women's and children's bodies were placed in those unlined boxes in all that dirt blood and old clothes that they had lane in all day and unwashed and with only furniture packing. And the old clothes stuffed around them. Undertaker. opened the coffins and to the consternation of those present the corpses had not been washed. The coffins were crude not finished on the inside and with no lining. Be. It said to the credit of shown in our citizens generally. That the bodies were taken out and the blood washed off and nicely washed and cleaned, and the bodies were nicely dressed introut. Shown took the coffins and lined them. Fixed them in decent shape and put mountings on them. They were said in the corridors of the courthouse where during the after part of the night and Sunday morning the remains were viewed by hundreds of people from town. And the surrounding country. The mother. was in a delicate condition. And then the natural course of events. Would have been confined in a couple of months. Nellie meeks told her story once again at the coroner's inquest? The coroner's jury gave a verdict that the meeks had met death by gunshot wounds and blows from blunt end instruments and indictments were issued for William p Taylor and George e Taylor. For the murders of the MEEKS. Family. At nine am Sunday morning the coffins were placed in wagons and the funeral procession traveled to. butte cemetery. The crowd at the funeral was estimated in the thousands. A grave was dug ten feet wide and all the meeks family were buried together in one grave. As the meeks were laid to rest. Five hundred men organized from surrounding counties. Were in pursuit of the Taylor's. And on June twenty, sixth eighteen, ninety, four, the brothers arrested at the gleason hotel in Batesville Arkansas and taken back to Missouri. The wealthy brothers offered a bond of fifty thousand dollars each roughly one point five, million dollars today. Bail was refused. On March Eighteenth Eighteen, ninety, five, the trial began. But as the prisoners were being transported, the train had to be diverted to Saint Joe. Sheriff Barton had received word of Lynch mob. A determined looking set of some two hundred and fifty armed men carrying winchester's faces covered with handkerchiefs. Were waiting for the brothers in Brookefield One man said? Quote. We would have taken the Taylor's at all hazards. Despite this, the Taylor's arrived to the courthouse to stand trial with their heads held high confident that they would be acquitted. The Taylor's were neatly dressed in black they're black hair and beards were carefully combed. There was no appearance of nervousness. One local reporter wrote. George Taylor. The younger is exceedingly handsome. His large eyes are lustrous and his cheeks have a ruddy glow of a ripening peach. Both men have an appearance of intelligent businessman who have dropped in spectators to the trial. Inside the bar railing, the space was uncomfortably crowded by attorneys in the case visiting Attorneys Court stenographer's members of the local press and reporters from the Saint Louis and Kansas City dailies. Witnesses testified to hearing the Taylor's threatened Gus meeks and makes his mother who lived with the family. told of her fears that the Taylor's would murder her son to keep him from testifying against them. Others testified that they heard the gunshots that night and saw the Taylor Wagon. Though the evidence was circumstantial, there was of it and few doubted the defendant's guilt. But after two days of deliberation, the jury reported that they were deadlocked at seven to five for conviction. One. Juror, and an alternate leader reported that they had each been offered bribes of seven hundred and fifty dollars. Nearly. Twenty two thousand dollars today. To vote for their acquittal. A second trial began in July of eighteen, ninety five. This time, the prosecution decided to change their approach. They would charge the Taylor brothers with just one count of first degree murder. It was obvious that the murder of Gus Meeks was premeditated. The Taylor brothers wanted to keep him from testifying. But it would be more difficult to prove premeditation in the murders of his wife and their children. Though Nellie meeks did not testify at either trial she did attend them. During the proceedings she was the ward of prosecuting attorney Pierce and his wife. And would occasionally climb into prosecutor pierces lap during the trial. Natalie's grandmother got his mother sixty, five year old Mrs Martha meeks testified the Taylor's visited the house frequently. Mrs Meeks said let George Taylor had come to the house the night after Gus had returned from the penitentiary. and asked us. To come outside. Because William was there to see him. Mrs Meeks said that she always feared that Taylor's would murder Gus and his family and kill her to. She told Gus not to go out. And he didn't. George. Kept insisting. Wind Gusts still, refused William came inside. And offered Gus, the one thousand dollars to leave town. Mrs Meeks, said that she overheard the conversation from another room. On May tenth. Eighteen Ninety Four Gus received a letter written on letterhead from People's Exchange Bank of Browning where William Taylor worked. The letter read. Be Ready at ten o'clock. Everything is right. Misses. Meeks told the jury that she tried to persuade her son not to go fearing that he and his family would be killed. That night, the wagon arrived and George Taylor came in and helped gus carry out the families luggage. As Gus left, he told his mother that William Without side waiting. She said that she did not see him. On Cross examination the defense attempted to suggest that Mrs Meeks didn't know the Taylor brothers very well. She pointed to each of the brothers and identified them. The letter be ready at ten o'clock. Everything is right was submitted as evidence and the handwriting was confirmed as that of William Taylor. On August second eighteen, ninety, five, a second jury went to deliberate. An hour and a half later they returned with their verdict. Guilty. The Taylor brothers appealed to the Missouri Supreme Court, but the verdict was upheld. Georgia's William Taylor were sentenced to hang. And their execution date was set for April thirtieth eighteen, ninety six. But the Taylor's still refused to accept their fate. On April eleventh eighteen ninety six. The Taylor brothers escaped. They knocked a bar out of their cell made their way to the roof of the jail used a fifty foot hose to climb down and made a run for it. William was quickly captured. But George. got. Away. At Eleven am on Thursday April thirtieth eighteen, ninety six. William Taylor was hanged before a crowd of hundreds. Witnesses said that he was cool and did not show a trimmer. He left behind the following written statement. To the public. I have only this additional statement to make. I ought not to suffer as I am compelled to do. Prejudice and perjury convicted me. By this conviction, my wife is left a lonely widow. My babies are made orphans and a cruel world. My brother's mourn and friends weep. You hasten my gray haired mother and father to the grave. The mobs and that element have haunted me to the grave. I had hoped to live at least till the good people realize the injustice done me, but it cannot be so. I feel prepared to meet my God, and now we my way to the great unknown where I believe everyone is properly judged. I hope my friends will meet me all in heaven. I believe I am going there. Goodbye all. Nellie makes went to live with her grandmother. The scar on her forehead never faded. She married Albert Spray. And in nineteen ten. Died aged twenty two. Due to complications after giving birth to her daughter. who she named Hattie after her little sister. George. Taylor. was. Never. Captured. This has been murder minute for true crime anytime download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute.

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Trump says part of Dr. Faucis testimony not acceptable

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

45:51 min | 9 months ago

Trump says part of Dr. Faucis testimony not acceptable

"Now it's time for the last word with Lawrence O'Donnell good evening arts. You're dating Allie. And Watch your interview with the Governor of Wisconsin and he said the state is basically now the wild west now that the Supreme Court has struck down his his stay at home order and all of the counties might just be trying to make their own decisions. A Dane county has said in Dane. County has said they will continue the stay at home order. Madison is the Big City in Dan. County the mayor of Madison. Wisconsin is GONNA join us in this hour. So we'll find out what she says is going to happen there tomorrow in her in her city. Her County We don't know yet. It's going to be an interesting situation. A lot of people around the country including in Michigan are watching to see how this plays out. It doesn't seem like the best thing for public health but we shall see Lawrence. Thank you thank you very much well. Donald Trump who will never buy or ride in an electric vehicle. That is not a golf cart is now a big fan of Elon. Musk because Elon. Musk called California's government quote Fascist for issuing a stay at home order the closed Elon. Musk's tesla manufacturing plant in California on. Musk who knows as much about viruses? As Donald Trump had predicted that there would be zero cases of corona virus in the United States the end of April April. The month turned out to be the deadliest deadliest month in our lifetimes this week along. Musk decided to defy California. Stay at home order and forced his workers to come back to work at his Tesla Plant under threats of possibly losing some of their benefits and possibly losing their eligibility to collect unemployment benefits the New York Times reports tonight. The Tesla is now negotiating with county officials about how to comply with new safety regulations as the plant resumes production. None of what Elon. Musk done is typical of what businesses in California have been doing under the stay at home order. The people of California and California businesses have been very supportive of Governor Gavin Nuisance approach to contain the crow virus and we will be joined later in this hour by the person who newsom has appointed to a new task force to find the safest way for California businesses to reopen. He was very successful businessman himself now. A philanthropist concentrating on climate issues and you will recognize him from the debate stage. As former presidential candidate Tom Star he will join us later in this hour with his plan to keep the corona virus contained as California gradually reopens and if he has one has planned to contain Alon. Musk and so we are once again back to where it all began with the trump administration lying about the numbers that was the first order of business for the first trump White House. Press Secretary who was ordered to lie about the number of people who showed up for Donald Trump's inauguration. Donald Trump couldn't bear the shame of drawing a much smaller crowd than the inaugurations of President Obama. And so the solution for Donald Trump with numbers. He doesn't like whether they be associated with measurements of his wealth or his income or his crowd size or his. I Q score. The trump solution is always to simply lie the daily beast reports president. Donald Trump and members of his corona virus task force are pushing officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to change how the agency works with states to count corona virus related deaths. And they're pushing for revisions. That could lead to far fewer deaths being counted than originally reported according to five administration officials working on the government's response to the pandemic lying about his non-existent billions of dollars or his crowd sizes. That's one thing lying about these deaths is something else entirely as of tonight. The United States now has one million three hundred ninety seven thousand four hundred sixteen confirmed cases of Corona virus in his Senate testimony. Yesterday Dr Anthony. She agreed with Senator Bernie Sanders that the real number is significantly higher because we have only tested about two percent of the American population when Senator Sanders suggested that the real number could be fifty percent higher. Dr Fog. She did not disagree. Most of us feel that the number of deaths are likely higher than that number because given the situation particularly in New York City when they were really strapped with a very serious challenge to their healthcare system that there may have been people who died at home who did have vid who are not counted as colby because they never really got to the hospital and so as of tonight the United States has suffered eighty four thousand five hundred six reported deaths from Corona virus and now Donald Trump wants to deny that number the modeling that has so far proved relatively accurate on the corona virus spread in the United States says that on August twenty seventh today. Donald Trump is scheduled to be officially renominated as the Republican. Party's candidate for president. The United States of America will have double double the number of deaths from colonel virus that it has tonight on Donald Trump's renomination day the model now projects that we will have about one hundred sixty thousand confirmed deaths from corona virus and we can be guaranteed that Donald Trump's nomination acceptance speech that night that that number will be ignored or lied about. Donald Trump has lied about deaths before the most loathsome lie. Donald Trump told as a presidential candidate was that he lost hundreds of friends on nine eleven. How did he keep us safe? When the world trade saw lost hundreds of friends when Donald Trump said that South Carolina debate. I immediately tweeted that he was lying the next day. Donald trump changed the hundreds of friends too many many friends. He said that he lost many friends on nine eleven and I immediately tweeted. That was also allied. The truth is that Donald Trump lost zero friends on nine eleven zero. He did not attend a single nine eleven funeral not one and what he was trying to do for his political gain was to steal the grief of thousands of people who lost family members and loved ones and friends on nine eleven donald trump was trying to steal their grief and make it his own and turn it into political currency and that same. Donald Trump is now trying to steal the grief of the thousands of American families who have lost a loved one to corona virus the thousands upon thousands of Americans who have lost a friend to CORONA VIRUS. Donald Trump wants to steal their grief and make it disappear. Just throw it away. Just pretend that that grief those deaths do not exist it is impossible for Donald Donald trump to dishonor the American dead in this pandemic more than denying the truth of their desks. Deaths to pretend they're deaths did not happen as to pretend their lives did not happen. It is to pretend that their lives did not end in a previously inconceivable. Way in a hospital bed alone in a room. No family allowed no hand holding at the bedside on that final day in the final moment and then no funeral no memorial service of any kind where the grieving could gather where they could wrap their arms around each other to try to contain that grief. Donald Trump is going to dishonor all of that moral cartographers have in the past believed they have mapped the extent of the depravity of Donald Trump. But there's always more always now that Donald Trump's relection plan is to lie about the number of deaths from corona virus. Donald Trump knows that he is going to have to publicly disagree with the government's leading expert on the corona virus. Dr Anthony Fauci and so today. Donald Trump decided to do that more forcefully than he has in the past. Donald Trump using absolutely zero scientific authority or intelligence today tried to contradict this statement. That doctor folks you made yesterday. In his Senate testimony about reopening schools the idea of having treatments available or a vaccine to facilitate the re entry of students into the fall term would be something that would be a bit of a bridge too far even at the top speed. We're going we don't see vaccine playing in the ability of individuals to get back to school this term. What they really want is to know if they are safe. And that's the question that I have to be do with what we discussed earlier about testing and today here's what Donald Trump had to say about that surprised by his actually. Because you know it's just to me. It's not an acceptable answer especially when it comes to schools. The only thing that would be acceptable as I said as professors teachers etc over certain age. I think they ought to take it easy for another few weeks. Five weeks four weeks. Who knows whatever? It may be not an acceptable answer. That's from the person who said this country was GONNA go fifteen cases of corona virus. Straight DOWN TO ZERO in response to a reporter's question not an acceptable answer. That's from the person who America and the world and history must never forget said this. And then I see the disinfectant knocks it out in a minute one minute and is there a way we can do? Something like that By injection inside or or almost a cleaning because you see gets the lungs and it does a tremendous also. It'd be interesting to check that so that you're going to have to use medical doctors with but it sounds it. Sounds interesting to me. Really off our discussion tonight. Ron Klein a former senior aide to President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden as the chief of the Abullah Task Force during the Obama Administration and Dr Howard Co. he's the former assistant secretary for health. In the Obama Administration. He is a professor at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health a professor. I want to get your reaction to the trump administration trying to force the CDC to recalculate the number of dead from Corona virus. Well as a physician and a scientist and former assistant secretary for health find these developments very disturbing in a crisis like this. We need the best science and the best data in the best information possible to guide us into the future. Everybody knows that the number of cases and the number of deaths right now our estimate but everybody agrees there there undercounted. Actually we haven't had accurate numbers on the cases because the testing has been slow to wrap up doctor. She mentioned the number of deaths have been undercounted because there are people who have died at home. I without testing died in nursing homes out testing so these are issues of data in science that are critically important to address white right now. We are wrestling with reopened schools and businesses. Going FORWARD IN THE FALL. We may yet have another way of Along with seasonal flu. So right now. Data and science and facts are critically important to the future Ron Klein. Here's the president trying to get the number of dead to change to be pushed down. Obviously he is intent on lying about it from this point forward and at the same time. Suppressing CDC guidelines about how to manage different avenues of reopening. And what thresholds. You need to for example to reopen a school or to reopen a business. They don't want any of those guidelines going out because there are stricter than donald trump wants. Yeah I mean Donald. Trump is launched. Were on the facts. He's lodged a war on Dr Fab sheet. I wish he was fighting his hard against this virus Tens of thousands of those eighty thousand deaths are unnecessary due to the administration's bundling of this and the more they try to sweep that under the rug the more they try to deny the existence of the virus deny its extent consequences the less likely they are to get the response right going forward. That's how we got this in the first place. President spent January and February deny that this was a problem. And so we're behind. And now he wants to downgrade the problem so we won't ramp up all the things we need to do. Remain the same Lawrence whether the president admits or denies them. When you get testing ramped up we need to get contact. Tracing ramped up excelling to work on therapeutics accelerate vaccine's president can lie about the facts. All they want people are feeling this in their lives. And there's one final fact that even his own government is being honest about which is thirty. Five million Americans have lost their jobs because of the bungled response here and that fact isn't going to go away and Americans know they're employed or if they are employed very hard for the president to spin that doctor. Dr I what your reaction to. What basically this dispute now between Anthony Fauci and trump and anthony FAUCI statement about reopening schools and his concerns about that and the fact that we will not have a virus when it comes time for the fall late August. I'm sorry a vaccine a late August to reopen schools with the with the benefit of vaccine. And that and that they're going to be very very careful. Steps state schools in California already announcing they will not be welcoming students back and Donald Trump coming in and saying we absolutely have to reopen the schools in the fall. While I'm kind of the great honor working closely with Dr Chief House Assistant Secretary for Health Than Tony is universally respected as outstanding researcher and scientist and health expert. He has guided our country to so many health threats in the past whether it's HIV or Zeka or Ebola and so the time like this he offers outstanding experienced high level scientific advice and his always very careful endured cautious. He served a number of presidents from both sides of the aisle so at a time like this all officials the president and all government leaders should be listen carefully as the doctor Advise it's the best science that's available for us as we four rod clan. How much more of this you've you've worked with Dr in the Obama Administration. How much more this conductor out take a president United States going out there and saying that Dr Cheese answers are unacceptable. Well I think as Dr Cohn noted twenty. She serves since the Reagan administration. And I think he's GonNa continue to serve because he does his duty and he believes that what he's doing and it's true is saving lives every day I think that So I think he will take. I mean look key understands that this is a life or death struggle for many families and while the president trying to publicly ridicule him and criticize him can't be pleasant what he's doing which is standing for the truth trying to give. Americans. The best medical advice is saving lives. And I don't think Tony. She's going to walk away from that post but I think a lot of Americans are gonNA suffer needlessly because the presence whatever he can to suppress the truth about what she thinks to deny it to negate it and most importantly to not making policy of his administration. And so I think Tony Foul. She's not going to give up on this job. I could give up on this fight. But I wish it wasn't defined in which the president would do five predecessors Democrat Republican Liberal Conservative is done which is to take. His advice is the best advice on infectious disease that our government has Ron Klein. Dr Howard Co Thank You. Both for starting off our discussion tonight. We really appreciate it. Learns thank you a programming note tomorrow night at this hour we will present a last word special. Joe Biden with Stacey. Abrams presidential candidate. Joe Biden will be with us for the entire hour in the second half of our discussion. We will be joined by Stacey Abrams who has been working to ensure fair voting practices in the twenty twenty election which has become much more of a challenge in the year of the corona virus pandemic. It'll be Joe Biden and Stacey Abrams. I ever joint television appearance and you viewers at home. We'll have a chance to participate. Go TO MSNBC DOT COM slash townhall to submit a question for Joe Biden and Stacey Abrams tomorrow night ten PM right here on. Msnbc and up next what is likely to be another devastatingly bad hearing for Donald Trump in the house. Representatives will start tomorrow morning at ten. Am Washington time. When a whistle blower department of Health and Human Services will describe how he believes. Donald Trump's failure in the face of the front of Irish pandemic will lead to these are his words the darkest winter in modern history. That's next I'm sure mainly host of into America a podcast from NBC News and MSNBC. Join me as we go into the numbers. Eighty three percent of her patients. Don't have insurance right now into the choices. I have to plan a funeral in the age of the corona versus. How is this going to work? And into a way through the importance of music is to keep our spirits up into America. A podcast about everyday people and the power that politics policy and a pandemic have in shaping. Our lives new episodes every Monday and Thursday. Hey It's Chris. As this week on my podcast. Why is this happening? I'll be talking with the president of the appeal. Josie Duffy Rice about how the pandemic is playing out inside prisons jails and other incarcerated spaces and what criminal justice and inequities and contradictions look like in this pandemic. Just aren't enough doctors in a prison right. You're talking about places with hundreds of people who are malnourished. Much of the time who don't have access to any sort of ability to social distance or where I mask or do any of the preventative measures and then you have one doctor for hundreds and hundreds of people everywhere you turned. There is sort of an insurmountable obstacle. When you're trying to address something this severe and this fast moving in one of these facilities. That's this week. Why happening search for wise is happening. Wherever you're listening right now and subscribe tomorrow at ten. Am Washington time trump administration whistle blower. Dr Rick Bright will testify to Congress that the United States is running out of time to prevent what he calls his words the darkest winter in modern history that is in his opening statement which was released today. Dr Bright Mourns. Our window of opportunity is closing. If we fail to develop a national coordinated response based in science I fear the pandemic will get far worse and be prolonged causing unprecedented illness and fatalities without clear planning and implementation of the steps that I and other experts have outlined. Twenty twenty will be the darkest winter in modern history doctorate. Bright the government's top vaccine expert says he was out from his position because he resisted efforts to push unproven drugs supported by the president. He will testify that his correct predictions about the threat of the virus and shortages of medical supplies were dismissed by health and Human Services Secretary Alex as our and other administration officials in an interview with CBS News last week. Dr Bright gave a preview of what we might be hearing in tomorrow morning's hearing in the House of Representatives we see too many doctors and nurses now dying. An Iowa's thinking that we could have done more to get those masks those supplies to them sooner. And if we had would they still be alive today? Jr discussion now is democratic. Cars from the net Baragan of California. She's a member of the Energy and Commerce subcommittee. That will hear Dr Bright's testimony tomorrow Carmen. Thank you very much for joining us. Tonight what what are you a planning to question Dr? Bright about what angle of this will be going up well Lawrence. I think when you re DR bright complaint with striking is the difference between what public health experts along with him were gathering insane behind the scenes with the president I am. The administration was publicly putting out in the huge disconnect. So I'M GONNA ask him about fat and basically try to make sure that we understand that Congress understands What the administration knew and win and we. We need to get to the facts. This is something that Dr Bright Opening testimony says. It's very important. We get to the truth and that we make sure that we face our decisions on science. That's not what was happening if you take a look at Dr Bright's complaint. I think we're GonNa hear more about that tomorrow. I just want to make clear for the audience. It's a standard procedure with congressional committees. That opening statement testimony is released the day before the witnesses are required to submit to the committee the day before. That's that's why we have it now and so give us a pretty strong idea of the outlines of what he's GonNa say but there's a lot of possible detail we can find out tomorrow about exactly what Alex as our did. What other named officials in the various departments did or did not do in response to what Dr Bright was saying? Absolutely I think that's GonNa be the heart of the testimony tomorrow that many of us go through Many many members of Congress are concerned about whether it's that he was raising the alarm bell early on about the need to get more protective equipment. More mask on. He goes into a whole conversation in these emails about the need to ramp up to get the syringes needles. We need when we do get a vaccine on the entire time it. It seemed like his testimony given the complaint that they just weren't taken seriously so the two things here that I think are. The big appoints are the truth in science. Were being silenced by politics. I think that's something he's made clear. That's one of the big points on any given these contracts to people based on cronyism based on connections and they weren't base it on science and the experts like him and that's a concern. I will get to the bottom of that tomorrow. We can probably bet you'll be some kind of Donald Trump distraction that he tries to throw up tomorrow. Something History Onic to take people's attention off of this hearing but with Dr Bright testifying at this point at exactly the same point when we're getting these other corroborating stories like the administration obviously suppressing CDC guidelines for reopening of schools reopening of businesses. It Dr Bright is not going to be there without without a corroborating information coming from other sources as we've learned well. He's complained has a lot of emails in. Certainly we have a second witness. Who's GonNa back up of the testimony of Dr Bright and we can't be distracted by the president puts out there. The president will do something to distract. We know that that's Zim. Oh we have to focus on is Dr Bright has to say about what we need to do to prepare as you mentioned in the introduction of Dr Bright is concerned that if we don't prepare looking forward and do what we need we are. GonNa have the darkest a winter of this year and a modern history. And we can't allow that to happen. And that's why I think it's imperative that Congress have his hearing tomorrow not be distracted and hopefully the media is distracted either and focuses on Dr Brian saying so the Congress can take a look at what he's saying and we can implement things and had the oversight that really We need to hear from him on what needs to be done a he in his opening testimony as well. Lawrence Dr Fallacy and the importance of Dr Fouled. She in his testimony on making sure that we're doing things appropriately based on science as severe. You have the medical experts. The people who know what they're doing a we've got to listen to them and not to the politics of this administration and what they're trying to tell the public because there's no doubt they have been misleading the public and that's where all questioning cars woman known at Bergen. Thank you very much for joining US tonight. We will be watching the hearing tomorrow ten. Am really appreciate it. Thank you thank you. And when we come back. The Wisconsin Supreme Court controlled by conservatives struck down on a four three vote. The Democratic governors stay at home order today. But it's not clear what that will actually mean in Wisconsin tomorrow. At least one county has announced that they will not lift. The stay at home policy will join next by the mayor of Madison Wisconsin. To find out what's GonNa Happen there tomorrow today. The Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down Democratic governor. Tony stay at home order which had been extended until may twenty six. That was a four to three decision by the Wisconsin. Supreme Court included in the Ford deciding. Votes was conservative. Judge Daniel Kelly who last month lost his reelection campaign to the Supreme Court to Liberal Jill Karachi who will be sworn in to that position on August first the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports the ruling quote will force the Democratic Governor and Republican controlled legislature to work together on the states response to the ebbs and flows of the outbreak. A dynamic the two sides have rarely been able to achieve before poll released yesterday by the Marquette University Law. School found that sixty nine percent of Wisconsin registered voters. Think these stay at home. Order is an appropriate reaction Alabel. She interviewed Governor Tony. Eve Irs tonight people. Wisconsin have start to avoid staying at home making sure that they're doing physical. We're doing the right things and unfortunately in this one fell swoop for judges who didn't really care about. What the statutes talk about have thrown our state into chaos. Where the wild West Sally? We there are. There are no restrictions at all across the state of Wisconsin. The League in this state can send messages the emails to members saying we're open tonight. We're going to have more cases and more deaths and it's it's sad. It's a sad occasion for the state. I can't tell you how disappointed after the court's ruling Dane County announced that it will not lift the stay at home restrictions in that county. Madison is the largest city in Dane. County joining us now. The Democratic Mayor of Madison Wisconsin sought yet roads Conway. Thank you very much for joining US tonight. You just heard the governor call up the wild west year state of Wisconsin which we think of as more mild mannered than that usually. But what is going to happen tomorrow? Well you know it really is disappointing. This ruling the Supreme Court here has thrown us into chaos without a plan but as usual local government is on the front lines of this pandemic and here in Madison Dane County. We are continuing on with At home orders at show at least in Madison tomorrow morning is going to be just the same as it was this morning. And so do the counties now have the authority to the Supreme Court in effect. Just leave it open so that the counties do still have authority to exercise if they want to correct. The county's authority is based on a different statute then the health secretary's so we do still have that level of local control. Let's take a look at some polling about what is really happening in Wisconsin. The way people really feel about the governor for example Governor Evers has a sixty four percent approval in Wisconsin. A DONALD TRUMP has a forty four percent approval in Wisconsin. Fifty one percent disapproval in Wisconsin. And and so. It's very clear that the majority of voters support the governor across the board on this And so what do you expect the behavior to be given that most people are are now internalizing these rules for their own safety. What do you expect to see? Generally in Wisconsin tomorrow beyond Madison. Listen safer at home. Order has been working that we have been effectively. Flattening are curve certainly here in Madison. But we do have problems across the state. We have hot spots and so I'm actually quite worried that we're going to see an increase in cases because of this order and it's really irresponsible. This is the same Supreme Court that thought. It was a good idea for us to hold an election during pandemic as a result dozens and dozens of people have gotten sick. The court didn't learn from that experience and they've opened up the state without a plan. It learns this is what happens when you mix politics with pandemic planning. Yeah and the Milwaukee paper saying that the governor and the legislature going to have to work together. There's polling information on that Fifty three percent and Wisconsin Support they trust the governor And only thirty three percent trust the legislature. So He's far ahead of them on that we'll see how they work it out. Madison Mayor Sought Roads Conway. Thank you very much for joining our discussion tonight. Really appreciate it thank you. It's a pleasure. Thank you. The leader of the world's fifth largest economy is trying to manage a careful and gradual reopening of businesses and possibly schools. California Governor Gavin. Newsom has asked our next guest. Tom Star to help guide that reopening of businesses in California where so far everything has been going very smoothly except in the view of billionaire. Elon Musk who has called the shutdown of California his word fascist. That's next two months ago. The world's fifth largest economy had an unemployment rate of three point nine percent now it has unemployment rate of eighteen percent with government officials. Estimating that could go to twenty five percent. The place we're talking about is of course. California California has lost more income and more jobs than any other state. California has more income and more jobs and more people than any other state. It is impossible to reopen the economy of the United States successfully without California's since California is by far the single largest contributor to the American economy of the fifty states. California's Governor Gavin newsom issued. The I stay at home order in the country. Statewide and governor newsom has now outlined the gradual steps. California will take as the state carefully slowly. Reopens I know others are more eager to more more quickly. And we will work with every county With every city any practical and responsible way. But here's the caveat. This is a health driven conversations. Not because we don't want to not because we would not like to. It's not because we want to be particularly impressive in terms of people's desires and needs it's because public health dictates that we do this judicious issus and thoughtful way. Governor NEWSOM has appointed a business recovery task force which is co chaired by California philanthropist and former Democratic presidential candidate. Tom Steyer and joining us now. Is Tom Steiner? Who is the chief economic recovery advisor to California Governor Gavin newsom results in the co-chair of California's task force on business and jobs recovery? Mr Style welcome back to the program. You last time you were here. You were presidential candidate. I have a feeling that that was a lot easier than the task in front of you right now. Well it's great to be and there's no nothing I'd rather be doing than giving advice to a governor who has had a great judge has done a great job so far at protecting California lives and of outlining a careful way to reopen our economy. So that we do it in a safe health driven way as you just heard. This is exactly where I'd like to be. You know. I mentioned the incident with Elon. Musk and Tesla. Because it's an outlier in California. I've been in California for the last several weeks of this and I've seen the behavior in California businesses the people of California very very minor of kind of disruptions here and they're very small number of people. Most businesses have been completely in agreement with the way. The governor has approached this What can you tell us about the situation? At the Tesla plant with they not there now in negotiations with the county. About how to operate safely. Is that going GONNA work out? Well let me start by saying Lawrence. What you said is true that people in California realize that the kind of careful phased reopening of the economy that governor newsom is described. Actually is the best way to open the economy both to preserve the health and lives of Californians but also to have the most robust recovery. And in fact when you look at what's happened between Tesla and the county of Alameda. This system has worked. I think there's a natural tension between people who are running companies and are desperate to get their workers back to work are desperate to start the business and the authorities who have to make health their number one issue but I think the reason I said that the system has worked is people. Running businesses in California including Tesla are also very very serious about protecting the health and lives of their workers and the people in the health authorities are also very serious about getting Californians back to work as fast as safely possible. So what happened. Here was a normal and a natural tension with people communicating and trusting each other and working out a system so that both of the issues can be dealt with at the same time. Co-operatively that success and then the county officials were negotiating with the people who actually run the plant. They didn't have to deal with Elon. Musk in the room so it might have been a more reasonable conversation. I wanted to talk about the link between education and the business sector that. You're concentrating on because the challenge of reopening and having workers come back to work is what happens to the kids if they're still at home unable to go to California schools so there's an overlap of interest. There is that you have to deal with. Don't you absolutely learns? I think there's no question that a condition precedent us a couple of fancy words to reopening. The economy fully is having kids at school because that frees up their parents to go back fully to work. But I think there's another issue here that I think. Governor newsome was absolutely focused on long before the corona virus pandemic and that is the so-called digital divide having every family in California have access to high speed Internet. That is something he talked about in. The state of the state adjusts in January as something. That's an equity issue because we want to have California come out of this crisis more just more sustainable and forward-looking but having this crisis and knowing that education is going to be partially dependent on every family and every kid. Having access to high-speed Internet means it puts different urgency and indifferent timeframe on bridging that digital divide. And that's what this this pandemic is doing it's pointing out inequities in the system. It's pointing out where injustices been and it's really putting feet to the fire to everyone to make sure that as part of this crisis we address the inequities for the community under-resourced communities mostly black and brown who are bearing the brunt of the pandemic also have been systematically treated unjustly in the best. Tom Steiner as you develop help develop California's guidance. On how to step through the reopening. Please come back and join us and lay out those steps for us as their developed. Because I'm sure you're going to discover some things in it that none of us have anticipated and maybe weeks from now things that you having anticipated as of tonight and so I think it's going to be fascinating to watch the giant state of California in the reopening because as California goes so goes the nation. We're going to have to watch it closely. Thank you very much for joining US tonight. Thank you for having me Lawrence. Let's come out of this better than we went into it. Thank you very much and when we come back testing testing testing. We've all been concentrating on testing. It's all about testing but what good is testing without effective. Contact tracing immunologist. Dr James Hildreth will join our discussion next to explain. Why testing needs to be backed up by contact tracing and how difficult it is to do an adequate job of contract contact tracing in this country. That's next contact. Tracing capabilities is critical. It's GonNa be the difference from succeeding in in in containing this outbreak from wide-scale community transmission. Or Not that was the director of the CDC in Senate testimony yesterday. Here's Dr Tom. Ingles of Johns Hopkins in House testimony today. Asian contact tracing have been crucial for countries that have gotten recovered epidemics comparatively better control what identifying those high risk of getting infected and intervening to stop that chain of transmission if we fail to contact trace effectively. We'll continue to have new cases appearing in completely unpredictable ways. Numbers places and are epidemic will grow more quickly joining us once again tonight. Dr James Hildreth the president and CEO of Mehari Medical College. An infectious disease expert. Dr Hildreth when I hear about a contact tracing and we keep realizing that. We don't really have the people to do this. We assessments of You. Need at least one hundred thousand of what? What in your view do we need for effective contract Contact tracing and what are the challenges assuming we do have the personnel to do it first of all large? Thank you for having Happy to be with you. Contact tracing is essential just as all the other guests of Said and It's GonNa be challenging in some communities because technology is going to be important having a smartphones. You can load apps and be able to contact people that way and a lot of communities. There's a technology gap and you won't be able to do that so we're still going to need a small army of individuals to do the convent. That's the Gatien just to track people down and this becomes more challenging when you have a large group of individuals who've been around someone who's a positive that as the number of individuals that need to be contact are traced is going to be really large and as you can see that could present a lot of challenges so we're GONNA need a small army of contact races in this country to be sure deductor. Is there a challenge in the American sense of privacy And people who've never really been exposed to questions like this. Who would you? Who Have you seen in the last two weeks? We've talked to WHO'VE BEEN CLOSE TO? That's going to be an odd experience for a Lotta people have gone through this before as you might recall that in the earliest days of the HIV epidemic. In this country we had to identify the sexual contacts of positive individuals to try to let them know that they possibly exposed to HIV. And of course when you're talking about sexual Things like that the province it becomes even more challenging. So you're right. There's going to be an issue with privacy and not wanting to reveal a lot of information that's going to be. One of the problems with the APPS are being developed where the person might not have been other being traced. Because you know the the the phone date has been used to that so that's one of the problems. We have to solve the ethical issues around contact racing but we gotta do because without content tracing. We're not GONNA this. Dr Is back in the box. We just have to have contenders so DR testing without contact. Tracing all that ends up doing is dealing with the person who tested positive but not dealing with all all the possible people that that person infected and so the virus continues to spread without contact. Tracing grab testing in and of itself will tell us where the virus is but our goal is to control the spread of the buyers so do testing without the contact. Tracing you will know where the virus is. There would be no way to keep it from spreading so you're absolutely right of contact tracing goes hand in hand with of testing for example smallpox eradication by scene but people don't really understand contact. Tracing helped us to radically smallpox against what they did was they would identify positive individual and then selectively vaccinate the people in that community as a way to keep the virus spreading and I would argue that when we get a vaccine. We should think about doing exactly that mixture we used vaccine whereas most needed. Dr James Hildreth. Thank you very much for joining our discussion again tonight. We really appreciate it. Thank you from yards.

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Why Trump is the Outsider Incumbent w/ Katie Pavlich

The Charlie Kirk Show

32:17 min | 5 months ago

Why Trump is the Outsider Incumbent w/ Katie Pavlich

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We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody. Welcome to the steps of the Charlie Kirk show. Super thrilled to be joined by a good friend of mine who she is an editor at townhall, and also a contributor for Fox News. Katie Pavlovich Katie welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Tally is great to be with you. Thanks for having me. So last week we saw the RNC, and before that, the DNC and your commentary on television was terrific. What do you make as the state of the race right now it seems that polls are tightening. You have been commenting I think correctly that Joe Biden has been going in the wrong direction. What do you make of the state of the race as of today? Well I know that the big joke on Joe Biden is that he plagiarized everything but watching his behavior on the so-called campaign trail credit proves that he he's he's continuing this lead from behind attitude and for seizure dislike. President Obama did on a number of issues You know he's visit. Kenosha. Now that president trump has visited Kenosha Wisconsin. We actively await for the Democratic governor there to tell him, he should not come. As he told President Trump you know he outlined his vision for how he would have handled the China Corona Virus But he did everything following what president trump has already done pulling a specially like manufacturing P P out of China, getting our drugs manufactured in the united. States, invoking the Defense Production Act, etc etc. so in terms of how they're doing, they seem to be following president trump's lead on the issues. But in terms of other things that they're doing bureau by today gave a a press conference for the. First Time in weeks took some questions. He's he's you know before the Convention thought that he could win this thing by simply staying at home and speaking to people over the Internet We know that's not true now as they kind of hit the panic button and try and get him into places for short periods of time I think they're really starting to to realize that the trump campaign has the upper hand when it comes to the grassroots campaign, the ground game then what they actually built for the president over the last four years. With the momentum the twenty sixteen win I mean by that is the trump campaign RNC been knocking on a million dollars a week the Biden campaign has done none of that. Vice President Mike Pence is as Ben in states like Michigan Wisconsin? MINNESOTA. Pennsylvania for weeks. Now, going around talking to voters, Biden's campaign has done none of that It's almost like they haven't learned that you can't win states by not going to them especially when you're trying to win back voters. So you know everybody always likes the polling which is tightening now but polling is just one aspect of this bigger. Complex issue of the campaign and on the grassroots effort and getting into the INBOXES, and at the front doors of voters trump campaign is just far beyond anything. The Biden campaign has been able to accomplish this time. I think that's a very smart analysis and I believe that there's other contributing factors as to actually who's going to win the presidency outside but just public polling in the final bowl token taken before Wisconsin was hillary. Clinton up seven points didn't even bother polling and president trump one Wisconsin, and of course, similar in Michigan Your twitter has been terrific lately and you re tweeted a series of tweets calling out governor evers who this was ranch Priebus tweet which I thought was terrific. He said waiting for governor ever statement asking Joe. Biden not to come to Canossa. Now it's really interesting to me why Joe Biden would be going to visit a site. Of peaceful protests and why he now feels the need to do it my working theory on this Katie is that Joe Biden the Democrats made a very big awful error in judgment and I said this on our podcast recently that Joe Biden if all had to do was out and denounce the violence and the protests and what they were doing just slightly and a very well could have been a political deathblow to donald trump in fact, their gas lighting acting as if these don't exist than just poking people in the eyes and saying others, peaceful protests I think opened up an opportunity for president trump to turn this into a political you know. Horse race just really much tighter than it. Route really should have been in this summer were honest ourselves Katie I mean it's hard to run when the entire countries lockdown and there's a virus and everyone's politicizing at the media's against you what what is your? What is your take on how the Democrats been handling this riots issue? I'm of the opinion it really just. Started to turn right around John Lennon talking to Chris Cuomo. It's felt like a kind of a back room conversation at became public almost on air where he said Chris. You note showing up in the polling and it seems from that moment forward the Democrat started avenue posture on these riots and protests was your take on this and how it has benefited the president. Yeah. So the first thing is is I think you're right about the Don Don Lemon and the media giving the instructions to the Biden campaign about how should be handling these things, which gives you another insight into you know where they stand But I remember distinctly Joe Biden giving a speech in August and mentioning this and changing his tune about the violence and it. was really the first time. He had given a harsher condemnation of it. Let's not forget that Kamala Harris was tweeting out links earlier in the summer to bail funds for riders who were arrested and places like Minneapolis and a number of their campaign staffers who still work for the campaign donated monitor were were bailed out by that funding So they were actively. Engaged in promoting and encouraging this kind of your now, all the sudden bi for political reasons because all they care about is power they're trying to change their tune on this. Now I think they could have been more strategic about it as well. Joe Biden used to be known as somebody who was tough on crime after all, he sponsored the nineteen ninety four crime bill, which by the way, the ACP at the time supported a number of number of a black community leaders supported at the time because crime in their communities was completely out of control. Kamala Harris of course has a long record as a prosecutor. They could abuse bat to their advantage and dealing with this writing in this this violence crisis in America. But instead, they have decided that they are going to embrace the far left of their party and this is nothing new. Let's not forget that the black lives matter movement is not a new thing these this rioting and this Antifa style partnership that they have started five years ago in Twenty fifteen under Brock Obama There are a number of police shootings in Dallas that the execution of police officer officers. The police officer in New York City who was executed in his vehicle when he was eating lunch and the person who killed him wrote on his instagram page before he carried out the assassination that he was going to put a pig in a blanket while L. AL sharpens group had been marching through New York City, chanting pigs in a blanket frying like Bacon and at the time during the 2016 DNC. The. DNC. Platform completely endorsed black lives matter. So this is fully ingrained in their politics. Now is part of them and it has been for a long time. So they are unable Joe Biden as a quote, moderate is unable to get away from it because this is not something new it's something they've been embracing for years on it. Now, they're unable to decouple from it in latest betting odds which I love the betting markets when it. comes. To presidential races, front page realclearpolitics, DOT com. I think real politics. One of the few websites out there. That just tells you it's an aggregate airing shows you exactly the data maker and decisions and are you guys cited quite a lot on Fox is basically tied. Now it's basically the race is within the margin of error and I do think that the president now needs to kind of go to the next chess. Move where Biden is now having some form of a message that probably will work with most people saying that this is Donald Trump's America totally unfair by the way completely unfair. But I think finally the Biden campaign is doing what they should have done a month ago and in some ways, it's the old kind of tortoise and the hare analogies like Biden so far ahead, he just kind of took a nap and and Literally took a nap however. It's It's IT'S SO A. Preventable political mistake by them and I actually don't think that the trump campaign should be should be to overly confident because the Biden. Campaign is adapting to this right now and they're visiting Kenosha, they're doing the right things. Now, the Biden campaign is whereas for the last couple of weeks they just kind of decided to act as if it doesn't exist, which was a horrible political miscalculation you're from Arizona Katie and you're also one of the top second amendment advocates in the country I I've made. The argument I love your take on this that guns are actually GonNa be a winning issue for the president. In fact I think it's one of the swing voting issues were more and more people are buying firearms legally defend themselves against these thugs that are running the streets that have been released by governors like Gavin Newsom can you talk about some of these issues that might not be on the top top of polling, but actually really motivate people that you think the Republicans of the president should focus on. Yeah it's all start with the second amendment that I wanted to get into the economy in a different take on on that issue in terms of swing voters but may be people who are Democrats who really don't appreciate all the lockdowns, the hypocritical behavior from politicians. On the second, amendment twenty twenty is going to be the most successful year on record for a gun sales and just since the beginning of the year with the. Wuhan. Krona virus combined with all this civil unrest and rioting and you add in that Democrats across the country are calling for the defunding of police actually doing it in some places there are five million new gun owners as of right now in the year as we went up. And if you think about you put put that into context of you know it's not the same thing registering new voters but it is similar because it's an issue that people take very personally to buy your first firearm in for the purpose of self defense which the vast majority of the reasons why people are buying their first gun in this this year is because for self defense to defend their family, the very personal thoughtful well-thought-out reason, and it is coupled with The idea that you know Democrats are the ones who are calling for more gun control, making it harder for you to defend your family and at the same time taking away your second line of Defense, which is the police. So I don't know how I don't have any data to train. You know to look at to kind of transfer that to whether people will show up at the voting booth and vote for trump or for a Republican senator especially at a time when much of the campaign is focused on The virus and how that's being handled but with the unrest that's shot up to the top of an issue of the issues in terms of people what they're voting on. So I think you can kind of put it into that category of how people are going to vote when you see these large crowds of people. Walking through the suburb and screaming at people with megaphones in the middle of the night in their children. Are there people start to think about what they would do with police couldn't come protect them from so I hope it will change voter behavior but I would say I think it takes a lot more thought to buy your first firearm if you're weren't a gun owner before or this wasn't an issue for you before that, it does maybe to just register to vote. So we'll see we'll see how that plays out, but I don't think it's a good good thing for Democrats and for them to push gun control at, they're convention of time when there is so much civil unrest I think is a mistake, and then on the issue of the economy, you know I've had so many non-political people. Tell me that they are voting for Republicans because they cannot stand these arbitrary lockdown rules. That these elitist politicians don't follow themselves but expect everyone else to follow while their businesses have been completely run into the ground. This Nancy Pelosi situation. This week is a perfect example of that we're going into a hair salon without a mask and. Going inside when allowed to get you know hair services inside of a salon in California there have been protests led by Salon owners in California against Gavin newsom. These severe lockdown policies and these people are not typically. Republicans typically, you know liberal artists types who who, who, who, vote for Democrats but I can imagine that they're rethinking who they're going to vote for when they're leading protests against Democrats were taking away their livelihoods and I think Biden campaign is it's been very They tried to say that this is the trump economy and it didn't have to be this way and yet when you ask Joe Biden what he would have done, he said that he would shut the country down again. So on one hand, you can't accuse the president running the economy into the ground while also saying would shut down the economy again, these things don't square I think that's I. Think on the economy people are voting differently than a typical election just based on the situation that on. I, think that the economy and opening up America, has been a changing issue and I think that it's much more. It's much less like a snapshot in time. It's much more like a moving film where people felt differently about this issue probably a couple months ago than they do today where now as their capital reserves are are really drying up and bankruptcy has really looming I think that people's patience for the perpetual lockdown narrative has change and this is I think again, going back to a really really silly and I think misguided political calculation by the Democrats where they. All all they had to do is take a nuanced position on this Katie and I think they could have really pummeled the Republicans in the end Donald Trump on this but instead they took this this position. Bindi I'll shut down America. If that's what's GonNa take really that's that's an incredibly unpopular position with decent reasonable people that are going to vote regardless of the other issues and I I I agree with you on the the firearms issue, I. I don't see how anyone can can vote for Joe Biden, that is a new registered vote that debt is a new firearm. Owner especially, as you mentioned five million with incredible, which is absolutely unprecedented and I think that the president is GonNa be very smart in the debates which I want to ask you about in just a second to press the issue of Joe, Biden what guns would you take away and if so please tell me I think those kind of cross examination Joe Biden exactly how president trump's GonNa win these debates because Joe Biden is not good off the off the cuff he gets very angry because I think of his impending. Mental cognitive decline. I think the president at his best as almost a cross examining prosecutor almost in not someone who's just trying to tell the country how great his presidency has actually think putting Joe Biden on trial is the way that president trump should approach these debates. Can you tell us about the debates Joe Biden. Pledge Today that he is going to debate president trump says you take drug tests before which is definitely a new wrinkle into the the debate the conversation what's your take on on this entire conversation run debates To your point you know Joe Biden what's up forget when he was still add on the trail earlier this year he was in Detroit at a an auto plant and A. Detroit autoworker asked him the question and confronted him about Second Amendment and saying you know you're going to take away my gun rights and Joe Biden did not have a good reaction to that. He got very angry and so you know he's not. This far left mentality that Joe Biden has tried to fit into doesn't really work in a place where he needs to win in terms of the debates I'm not so convinced that they're going to debate I know like what two weeks out three exile but when Anti Pelosi comes out and says that Joe Biden should not debate donald trump I don't think that she would have said that if it wasn't being serious royal, that's exactly yeah. Then the Party and so I think Them not them not having Joe Biden debate with would be. A political misstep for sure especially now that he's losing ground in the polling and kind of trying to catch up to the president like actually doing the same things he's been doing. But you know I wouldn't underestimate Joe Biden I think there is this this. which is cautioned that you know he gave his DNC speech to everyone was like, oh, so amazing while it's because everyone lower the bar so much for his ability that you know him being able to do the speech. Well, was an easy easy proposition to conduct sell just giving a big. Debates, but I will be watching if there are. And so I, I'm sympathetic with that argument because it's really a perplexing political moment we're living through Katie. We'll be talking about this for the next forty years like remember when Joe Biden and trump and we were. Debating in I think this year's going to have a lot of the. Do you remember sentiments from this year because part of it is if Joe Biden does debate I mean you you are his handlers can't touch him for like ninety minutes I mean he is all on his own and Donald Trump can do whatever. He possibly can trip him up in a good way. I can actually exposes radicalism or as mental. Impact impairments. Additionally. I. Think that if he doesn't debate this part where I think the president needs to kind of his next chess move the first chess move was the riots right and really hyper focusing on that and ended up being a master stroke of genius by the trump campaign and part of it is luck I'm not GonNa lie I mean part of it is that the Democrats mishandled this so Ridiculously they just opened up a ten point window for the trump campaign like sure come on back to the race we've been waiting for you like, okay right. We'll take this opportunity but I think the next move is that trump has to taunt biden into how little he travels how few questions he takes. Now a few interviews he does I didn't that's a winning issue. What's your thoughts on that? No I think that's absolutely true. I think in united the idea that president trump is always accessible to the press. Always doing press conferences always talking to folks is always visible while Joe Biden is visible and then very carefully handled. I mean the press conference this we aqui had his staffers asking the reporters to state their corporations rather than him stating the questions So I think he's done like fewer than five press conferences entire year and it's you know they would say, well, we've been ahead in the polling. So that's why we don't need to over expose ourselves but. When people are starting to pay more attention under Labor. Day to the race, you'll really necessary comparing the two candidates I think the president should really focus on Biden's record on the things he has said that are not true. The fracking issue you know yesterday Joe Biden and tried to claim that he's not going to ban fracking. He said numerous times in the primary he absolutely would not just ban fracking ban all fossil fuels So getting him on those inconsistencies and disingenuous nature of Joe Biden being politician. Donald Trump is not and also on the rioting issue you know. I don't even think it was a political calculation from the trump campaign or even from the President I genuinely believe that Donald Trump. He understands what it would feel like if somebody burned down. His work he understands what it's like to lose a business. He understands the you know how hard people work their entire lives to build a business that was just destroyed and Democrats apparently were okay with acsi refused to condemn it. It's a personal thing. He understands because he's been in it and he he knows what it would. It takes whereas if you're a politician like Joe Biden or Kamala Harris who have been in political life taxpayer-funded, basically our entire. Career, you don't have any empathy as they would say for people like that because you've never lived that kind of life like you've never owned a business or had employees, you can no longer pay now because you don't have a business or you don't understand the insurance doesn't cover the entire bill of rebuilding your Your Business, and then your insurance bill actually goes up and makes it more expensive for you to operate. So I think he genuinely understands those things whereas. Joe Biden Does Not Kuala. Harris does not money people on the left do not and pointing out that. Detachment, from the real world and the rest of America doing the outsider thing again would help him I. think that's that's a really good point because president trump I think is actually it is best right now running outsider as an incumbent and the Democrats have really presented this opportunity words trump against the Democrat power structure in the country as him as an incumbent. That's kind of the way this racist unfolding, which is not a good race for the Democrats by the way the one thing that bothers them the most is actually having them explain how they control every single urban center in our country and the crime and the arson and the endless amounts. Of Blood being spilled in places that they have a total monopoly power on and the President I think is smart and I agree with you completely such as a political calculation it was moral calculation because he said I'm not I'm not okay with this happening you commenting on this is something that is personal and I know it would be like if your livelihood just get burned down in front of you like you saw yesterday the guy that had a photoshop through his whole family for one hundred, nine years got burned down everything and the recourse for that for Blm. Incorporated. And so you had a tweet today which was terrific or may have been yesterday. Where you said this political poll description is absurd. The reason black lives matter is losing supporters due to their behavior not because trump is attacking them the political The title is trump attack trump attacks take a toll on black lives matter support. What they're trying to do Katie is the media is trying to frame it as if trump is one of the reasons as to why M is doing, right they're doing they have no choice but to fight back and that it's really trump that is the agitator that is kind of a new narrative here. What do you make of that? Right. So I saw this polling today showing that the approval for black lives matter has gone down and I wanNa make the distinction between there are I think all Americans believe that black lives are important and of course they matter but they don't give into this as you just mentioned black lives matter inc notion. So anyway based on the last three months and the social media that we have has exposed what is actually going on at these these riots, these protests of. The black lives matter leader is going on Fox News and saying if they don't get what they want going to burn the country down that's why black lives matter in their approval rating has going down not because president trump is pointing them out or you know talking about them their own behavior is what is getting them. To. Wear out their welcome with the American people. However, this goes back to when I was talking about at the beginning of. Your podcast is that. This has been going on for five years right the blocks are movement. And I was doing research today based on reading that poll because I just remember when this whole thing started and I found this op-ed from August twenty, four, th twenty fifteen and it's titled I was a civil rights activist in the nineteen sixties but it's hard for me to get behind black lives matter. I support be all EMS caused but not its approach. So you know this has been a long. It's an activist group you and I know that they talk about a breaking down everything about American civil society that they're trained Marxist running the organization I. Think that the more black lives matter is exposed through what is people can see it for what it is and they want nothing to do with it and that doesn't mean that you don't want police appropriately or that you don't think that of course, black lives matter but you're not willing to destroy the country that you live in for the sake of their Marxist. What's what's awful about this article of Politicos it frames Blm corporate and we always called corporated because I never wanted people to be confused during attacking the phrase that is true. But when when, when they phrase bellum incorporated as if they're the victim as if they're not, the agitators are the ones burning down America and want to destroy the Western prescribe nuclear family. One of the reasons why they have a lot lower approval ratings are burning down our country and not to mention that Republicans are actually finally speaking out against them. Early, June, there is the silence where it. was, myself and a few others and I believe you as well that we're unafraid to kind of call lemming what they were because we've been in this fight for a couple years and it's nothing new and we know who they are. We know what they do. We've been dealing with them since Ferguson with them in Baltimore Right? I mean we got our political start dealing with groups like this that actually started under Brock Obama and then finally I think in July and August it was kind of it started to grow inside. Well, maybe I should go to the website. I don't agree in destroying the western prescribe nuclear family probably not a good idea and so. I think your analysis on a spot on last question here. Katie can you just give us an idea of what you think the president's due to win going into the election I think that they're still gonNA be some October surprises from the left going towards trump. It's my opinion that they probably still have a couple of things they've been waiting for the last thirty days of the campaign. The Mail in voting horrifies me the Bloomberg group came out recently and said that Donald Trump might win on election day but he'll lose the war basically saying they're going to have the mail in ballot deluge. which really horrifies me as a trump supporter and an American that they're bragging about how they're gonNA use mail in voting to corrupt the electoral process. What you think the president has to do anything is biggest barriers are to victory, and what can our listeners helped do to achieve that goal? Well I think there's a lot of. Things at play I do think that the wind is a his back in terms of vaccine terms of the economy getting better of people real going back and remembering that things were pretty good under him before the the virus came and looking at the polling of who they hold responsible for havoc that the viruses briefed on America in the world, they want reparations from. China. And even Democrats blamed China for this, the the the problems that it's caused, but in terms of what the president's going to need to. I think he's doing all the right things. He's visiting Minnesota, their money onto the airwaves there as I mentioned my Mike Pence the vice president has been in all these battleground states over and over and over again throughout the year there on the ground the trump campaign has all of these bus tours that they've been doing repeatedly. Geting voters they're not giving into. This Compromise. That gets you nowhere with the mob Doing to Hammer Joe Biden on his hypocritical record and his changing of of opinion, based on what he needs to do politically including. Now, by the way he's not. Coming the riots in the violence because he actually cares condemning it because of showing up in polling, which is very transparent So The left will have things that they will throw at the president, but I feel a little it because they've transplant much at him. He survived it's kind of like, what else could they possibly throw at him? Totally and I think the president is again at his best when he's playing offense, he's the best offensive player in American political history. He's Okay on defense I don't think the president is at his best when he plays defense up, told that privately said that publicly but you and I'm just GonNa, read from political right here where breaking down by speech the headline is, do I look like a radical Socialist Biden? Says that's how you know the president is winning. That's how you know the president is trying in the right direction when Joe Biden endlessly has to respond to trump's attacks more trump does that and I, think the president again, he won in two thousand sixteen because he had Hillary Clinton and defense the entire time and she had no ability to be able to get back on her feet well Katie. Thank you. Know pundits method. I'm the president should take on is he's trying to frame this campaign America for socialism. and Communism he should remind everybody that the last six months has really been an experiment in socialism. The government has been telling us what to do, whatever we can and cannot go when we cannot work. We've been writing checks to everybody to to talk. For what the government has done to them, and it's it's been hell and so reminding everybody that we've been in this experiment and that we don't WanNa do this again and that if you don't want to shut the economy down again, totally Joe Biden said that he needs people to vote for him. I think that the the the pivot that president trump needs to do that the Biden campaign is unprepared for his calling him lockdown Biden. I think that the lockdowns have left have lost so much favorability especially in the Democrats hypocrisy around them. If the and I am I'm going to say this publicly and privately to the president is come out right now lockdown Biden because they're losing on the rights issue and they're trying to compensate for it, and then all of a sudden expose them on the lockdown issue. These are the kind of this the president that is best on this I mean, there's a lot of things that he does right and this is one of them. So Katie thank you so much for joining us. Your amazing love seeing you keep fighting. You're patriots. Thanks so much. Thank you. Thanks so much for listening everybody if you guys want to help support our program, go to Charlie Kirk Dot com slash support Charlie Kirk dot com slash support chip in some money. If you can to help support US ten dollars, fifty dollars one hundred dollars to help keep this podcast growing strong and going to new heights at Charlie Kirk Dot com slash report. Thanks so much for listening everybody God. Bless you have a great day speak to you soon. Begin today's meditation with the few sipping exercises to remind us a little treat can go a long way. So pick up your mccafe iced coffees close your eyes and D.C SIP. And deep satisfaction out. A treat at McDonald's right now can McAfee iced coffee in any size and any flavor for just ninety nine cents until eleven am price of participation may vary total wine and more announces points with a purpose. 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Donald Trump Jr.

The Sean Hannity Show

1:36:18 hr | 5 months ago

Donald Trump Jr.

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We'll probably check in with John Solomon were told that he just got the documents but you know he he just put out an article today, the State Department to release memos I think he just got them detailing illegal illegal social media monitoring of Americans. Memos to be released. Now, released under the freedom of Information Act a show, an effort to monitor the Social Media Fox News personalities, Hannity Ingram, Dobbs as well as president trump's son Donald Junior. It also includes John Salomon it also includes Tom Fenton it also includes Rudy Giuliani and other private citizens or other people the in the press like myself. Yes. A member of the press whether they like it or not where. The whole newspaper they say, their objective I, we don't claim such, but we do straight news investigative reporting opinion and sports and everything else. They say they're fair and balanced. I'm from a conservative judicial watch by the way just released this their headline is Judicial Watch State Department record show US embassy in Ukraine monitored. Sean. Hannity Laura Ingram Donald trump junior rudy Giuliani journalists and other US citizens and violation of federal law. Wow. By the way Linda what would we call that a typical day around here now at this point is unbelievable. Affairs, that's every single day. It's either the mob in the media wants the just come out with outright lies about me. I don't look it's not hard and it's not just me I want to be very clear here. It's everybody on the list and anybody that's not like by either the deep state those that abused power and corrupt they. They don't particularly like, US. Chuck Schumer, famously warned you go after the intelligence community or those high ranking members or you know people the Doj they'll get you. Six ways and Sunday. But we've seen a lot has happened I. don't talk about it because I think this programs not really about or supposed to be about me. But because of what we do in what we report, I then therefore become a target and it's gone on now for many many years in ways that I began to explain it to you I don't think you buy it. I mean, they are spending literally hundreds of millions of dollars over the years to monitor every word, every phrase, every sentence, every comma, every period, any prominent conservative in this country others in the hopes of you know getting that one thing that they can then use as you know to bludgeon you to boycott you all in an effort to silence you and get rid of you. You know. So this is basically par for the course we've been told many times that illegal activities against yours truly have happened I mean it's resulted in I don't have control of my social media accounts haven't in forever I don't have email haven't in forever. And it just as just a general state of affairs. You know I guess it wasn't the most pleasant thing. You know having forty five pages of Andrew Weissmann. Pit Bull staff considering I guess he was in charge of the Muller witch-hunt asking questions. About Yours truly. That's all in the public domain talk a lot about it. No, but it happened Then of course we have on top of that my personal private text messages just released I thought we believe them privacy is nobody in the media that's ever said you know what? What you doing Hannity you can do to us and we don't want it done to us and it shouldn't be done anybody that some members of the media. whether I agree with them or don't agree with them No. Not a single person and you wonder why call them a mob and I say that we're in an information crisis. It is. Now it's only going to get worse. You. Know I don't really give a flying you-know-what I don't Care Linda true or not I don't care. It does suck I. Have to explain some of this crap to my kids. The best part is is I've never brought my kids into my my world i. Stay out of it I don't go home and I'm not talking about politics there anything there annoy they're asking me about it all the time. Well, dad what's happening here what's this? What's this and I'm like, all right you WANNA know you're asking I'll tell you but that's not that's not the nature of our relationship. What were you say? No I mean, what you're saying is very true and you unfortunately your kids are of an age now where they can read it on their own, but it's just this has become our normal. I'm not, and by the way I'm not crying poverty here but there's a reason you hear that have all these attorneys Oh yeah we've got attorneys. We've got the best attorneys and stay tuned on some things. There's some some stuff going on. That's very interesting that were that really need to be done. And This is Ben now a long enough bill. There's only so much of this crap. I'm going to take and frankly others but you know I'm not nickel sandman Nicholas Salmon's a private citizen Nicholas Salmon's going to be a billionaire. He just is because what they did to him if you're a public figure, you know the Bar Times v Sullivan which I still think is bad law in so many different ways ill conceived and design. You just pretty much. They can say anything they want about you. But you know what that standard seems to be changing and we're paying very close attention. There's a Sarah Palin, a case going forward against the New York Times a lot of things are beginning to change, but the day in time, for example, I love what Great Britain has. Loser pays you want to sue somebody and you lose you pay for their, you pay the cost of what it took for them to defend themselves. Why not you know tort reform in Texas has gone a long way to helping you know the law in Texas there's certain things we can do but anyway I don't WanNa make it about me I'll ask we'll John Solomon will join us later, but you know it's just to be honest. It's like an average day in my life at this point and it's not just me it's markets rush. It's all the People's names I mentioned it's just as a normal day. But you know. I wouldn't do this to them. Period end of Sun supported either. That's the sad part. They've look what they've done to this country look at the lying and dishonesty that has gone on for the entire time since Donald Trump's come down an escalator and really the hatred and contempt it's not just for trump or those that publicly support him. That have you know a big enough you know microphone that actually mean something what we say at least their minds, I guess if I was all that powerful Barack, Obama and Joe never would have been elected in other words we wouldn't have had thirteen million more Americans on food stamps eight, million more in poverty. anyway a lot of news to get to. The way in Portland Biden supporting anarchists, they seem to like the liberals more. Don't they tried to burn down an occupied building you know, why do I say it's a preview of coming attractions? Well, the police become the enemy and of course, will reallocate funds and Kamala Harris out there. You know she's the one that support defunding the L. A. P. D. and she said Sunday the more emphasis needs to be placed on accountability and consequences for officers. What about the thirty officers killed this year? Do we ever think about them? Do, we ever think how have wide Joe and Barack allowed the carnage for eight years to go on and offer no assistance. No solutions for Chicago Obama's hometown. You know reforming the police reimagining the police what we're GONNA send in social workers on arm to deal with you know violent criminals are crazy people because that's what she's talking about. You know it's about giving the Department of Justice Subpoena Power to Vesta Gate Systemic police misconduct, she is saying conditioning bedroll funds for police departments on adoption of her new standards What does that mean? You can't use non lethal force? Now. You GotTa get rid of the the the people that are bad cops the one percent. Like I think, ninety nine percent of FBI guys are heroes and they ninety nine percent of the guys in the intelligence community the put their ass on the line for us every day heroes to these you know these are not easy jobs. By the way Joe needed a break gave a twenty four minute speech in Pittsburgh yesterday. So exhausted, he decided to take the day off in his basement bunker and he wouldn't take a single question. He's taken less than fifty questions since March, it's pathetic the mob course they're complicit. Emerson College shows that President Trump's lead. President trump bleeding biden in two key categories of voters statistical tie with voters overall. And, the only a two point gap at this point, forty, nine, forty, seven voters planning to vote early impersonal breaking for trump and those the plan to vote in person on election day really going for trump. Now, the latest Talking Point Conspiracy Theories Donald Trump will win big on election day but when all the other votes get counted it that really will be Biden. Okay. Good luck with that. There was a huge expose the New York Post with Democrat literally confessions of voter fraud. I was a master at fixing mail in ballots well, top Democrat operative gone on the record and now saying voter. Fraud especially mail-in ballots as fraud is no myth and he knows because he's been doing it on a grand scale for decades and it goes into chapter and he goes into bursts exactly how we do it and election that is swayed by five hundred votes at thousand votes. It can make all the difference it could be enough to flip states the whistle blowers identity. By the way, they should be brought to Washington long history working as a consultant various campaigns Oh and by he monitored by the way mentor to Least Twenty operatives in New Jersey New York Pennsylvania, which is, of course, a critical swing state. and New Jersey and other states the president by the way To the Hill Harris Poll. Has Now seen a tripling of his support among minority voters more specifically African American voters. Remember back in two thousand, sixteen got eight percent of the african-american boat right now, he's at twenty four percent that is not an outlier that John be was two and a half percent greater at twenty percent you have one for example, a key voting bloc has moved moved into the Biden camp. After you know, we now see people returning to Donald Trump on the issue of law and order suburban voters after four days of law and. Order Messaging from the Republican Party fight not a fourteen point lead. Now, it's down to six and I would say, even Michael Moore I, know a lot of things about Michael Moore debated them I've interviewed him. It's been a total shift show with this guy is just ridiculous but he's not stupid and one thing that he saying Democrats better wake up because trump is gaining on biden and this is on the candidate not Russia he's getting it. Emerson's poll trump gets a convention bump among African Americans. There's as well The president's approval rating is the highest point ever according to you gov. and their poll that is out new. Jersey by the way is becoming the most hated state more people now might be leaving New Jersey than even New York and California at this point. Now, why do you think that is it's not hard to predict. Right let me tell you what the article says zero hedge they have a new. Tax. On. Millionaires a twenty two, point, five, percent gas tax hike I mean that's that's insane and by the way the total increase in four years two, hundred and fifty percent now attack on high frequency trading is become obvious that the democratic leadership they're pushing people out there leaving New York over five hundred thousand alone estimated to have left New York City unbelievable. Hey, you know what? I Hate I hate overpaying for something. Now we're already taxed to death and we're paying high rates. For Home Internet cable utilities. Then of course, there's your cell phone bill. 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It is there's a part of this that is so sad but it say defining moment is why say it's live free or die? The stated policies of Biden Kamla Harris. C. You know pledging trillions for the new green deal. My plan goes beyond that. You know he just outright lies about fracking. Lies we have what he said yesterday we have what he said during the campaign. Let's play him back to back. I'm not banning fracking. Let me say that again. I'm not banning fracking no more. No, no fracking any place for fossil fuels, including coal and fracking in Abidin Administration. Though we we work it out. We would make sure it's eliminated more subsidies for either one of those. Okay. Yeah. Excuse me you're banning fracking and Sodas Kamala supports it and you sign the stupid Bernie. Abidin Manifesto and we've gone over that in in detail on this program and on Hannity on the TV show. So he got the polls now tightening you got the the unrest and liberal cities they're late to the game, Don? Lemon. So now they this is bad all this writing and all. This violence that we've denied is happening and the Democrats tonight is happening jerrold. Nadler said of myth and Biden not a word of support. We have thirty dead officers, thousands injured. You know in the police become the enemy and Carmello great job mayor Garcetti for defunding the LAPD in defunding police, they've been run by Liberal Democrats for decades. So what I say it's a preview of coming attractions. Not, only that the mob won't talk about it. Everybody. I, know talks about it everywhere I go people ask me about it. People don't think Joe Biden has the mental strength acuity alertness at and stamina to do this job. Hey, you've heard me talking about building homes for heroes and how much support this great organization. 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And I can analyze it to death and I can think myself into an assane asylum if I really had had the capacity for that, I, just don't but think about it. Logically, the Donald Trump has he lost. Any. Voters from two thousand sixteen. I don't think many if any at all I don't. If anything I would say after the horrific despicable repulsive treatment, he's received over four years Donna, and and of course. When they talk about trump or any conservative? That's prominent. They really hate you we the people because we're the, we're the SMELLY Walmart shoppers that support trump where the irredeemable deplorables the fifteen percent as Biden says the people that cling to God, our Constitution, our Second Amendment Rights, our God in our religion those are the ones that they hit us. You know for daring to want to be better people everybody misunderstands the God part. What is what is the Christian part? What does it mean? It says yeah I suck I need help I want to be a better person. And I'm striving to be a better person. Oh what a horrible thing. I mean people's perception of of people that are religious. You know they just they WANNA be they're better self it's and they're admitting they're not. That's the whole point. And it's amazing how people and I guess some people you know they, they create these images of. People. You know you got the bad preachers. You got the bad this you got the bad. He's nobody's. But they seem to relish in it as though it's a bad thing that people want to and desire to be better. which is to me you know what does the word repentance me? Not You want to change your heart you WanNa, be a better person. And that's all it is. Anyway, even Piers Morgan. Saint. tone-deaf Democrats are headed for another election disaster disaster if they don't stand up to the violence on the streets. It. Appears I love you but that ship has sailed they didn't do it this this phony last minute sixty, three day conversion is just the same crap. Fifty Years of lying what is what is Joe? Biden ever done to make the lives of the American people better. Why didn't he speak out early and often why didn't comal speak out early and often why didn't they speak out on Corona? Why didn't they speak out on the violence in the rioting and the looting and the vandalism and the arson, and they not only they just sat there in denial and told us that it wasn't happening the mob in the media. You know it's It's sad. And I'd like to know where the money's coming from behind some of these groups at some point and I know that the attorney general has been looking into that and moving forward with with his investigation But you know now they're actually pre partying and parking lots before their big shows of destruction Mike Tobin, at Fox News is reporting. In Oh you've got literally the president is in Kenosha right now and he's holding a a joint presser with with people on how to stop the violence. Now, he was able to stop it. He was able to end it. Kenosha police say outside agitators have been accounting for the most of the arrests that have taken place in that city Scott Walker was right saying the president absolutely should visit Kenosha. Despite the Gov- democratic governor Evers of objections what a Governor Evers do he at least I gotta give him some credit. They were smart enough to at least bring in. The National Guard because they were able to restore order as a result unlike Portland unlike. Seattle unlike Chicago unlike New York unlike Los Angeles and other cities, the Kenosha major said the national. Guard has been extremely helpful and he said that on fake news CNN stated they've been extremely helpful and keeping order in the city. Well, that's the first job of anybody in government, and that's why it matters that. In fact that why is this always happening in these these cities and states run by Liberal Democrats for decades? That's why I say it's a preview of coming attractions and Joe Biden and Kamala Harris is America. In Oh. So the president is like okay if you let me send in the guard, you have to ask for it. You have to ask for now the president also said look after he saw what happened to Ran Paula was on this program yesterday after he witnessed what happened elsewhere with other people is they will leave in the South Lawn of the White House on the final night of the RNC convention and people literally being confronted by these angry anarchists on the streets. he's actually had to think about invoking the insurrection act of eighteen o seven. He's been trying desperately not to do so but he's been begging these big city mayors and governors to allow him to go in and help them restore order. He goes to protect federal buildings in Portland and you know you would think he did the worst thing in the world. But they were GONNA burn these buildings down. They've been trying to burn these buildings down. It's just pathetic. You know, and then you got the fake new sycophants on fake news CNN and MS DNC oh, trump can't went on his record he has to instigate conflict. The same fate. Do CNN that was denying it was happening I showed this video last night literally. The place up in flames. It's mostly been peaceful protest few except for a few isolated incidents. President Rightly said in his interview with with Laura Ingram. I do not want my supporters confronting the protesters I would give you the same vice. Protect Yourself. Protect your family left professional law enforcement to their job. But unfortunately, in a lot of these liberal cities, they can't do that either. You know the President you know is being clear Dow. Been, you know hiding in the basement bunker you know just like, what was it three months and two days after maybe the trouble boone was a good idea. Okay. Hundreds of thousands of other Americans would have contracted the virus in how many thousands of Americans would have died if this idiot was president. And yet you get lectures from Democrats these technology, it's the worst pandemic one hundred years. You know you have a fatal shooting of an African American in La by sheriff's duties out there sparking more protests and questions out there. In I urge people in these cases, you know to let our justice system. Work it's do its job. We have to be a nation of laws. You know one of the problems is everybody including Biden and Obama. They rushed to judgment in Ferguson how was it that we were one of the few programs that actually called that right from the beginning because I. Actually did investigative work and I'm actually made contacts and I made phone calls and there were people in Bergesen in high places of power that would tell me there I witnesses that will corroborate. Darren Wilson's claims African Americans many of them in the community that were witnesses to the events of that day. And all the they create this expectation of a certain outcome and verdict member hands up don't shoot never happened. Nobody doesn't mean he's a bad guy just because he went in and bullied this poor owner of o or manager of a convenience store. I mean, you can't even work in a convenience store without risking losing your life. To fortunate working at a convenience store. It's it's been pretty unbelievable. You know the times we're living in here. You know it's and it's all preventable. You know now progressives are. Now. They want mayor Ted Wheeler out and the police chief out. After the deadly shooting that occurred in the city over this past weekend, what we have ten more dead what sixty shot in in Chicago this past weekend. Portland police declaring a riot after the protesters marched on Mayor Wheelers residents burning. Debris thrown into the mayor's building Eliza I. Guess a residential Condo Tower of some kind. Oregon sheriff's well, they were they just outright rejected governor. CAPE. Brown's request to staff the Portland protests. That's what the National Guard is for good for them. I think it's CLACKAMAS. County Sheriff Craig Roberts is his name. He said the governor never approached him about before unveiling her plan to mobilize local law enforcement agencies and he flat out said that. He's not participants and he's not gonNA send. Staff. And then he went on to say had the governor discussed the plan with my office I would have told her it's about changing policy not about adding resources. He said, yeah the other words you gotTa let the police use the nonlethal. Training that they've had which is pepper spray and dispersing crowds with tear gas when they finally do that then divinely works not. It's not brain surgery here. He said, she asked he would have told her he said the Portland's newly elected da had dismissed charges against hundreds of protesters arrested for non violent crimes in other words it's like New, York Nobel laws. So in other words, police, they arrest these guys one night and have to arrest them again later in the same evening or the next day. So there arrested night after night only to be released by the court not charged with a crime by the DA, what's the point of putting law enforcement in harm's way? By the way NYPD adding new guidelines for disciplining officers didn't know cop in New York City that's going to ever want to do their job probably they normally turn left where the trouble is up see daisy they're going to start turning right and doing u-turns and getting the hell out of there because they know they're not going to be supported. Conrad de Blasio like New Jersey calls that you know he's GonNa tax the wealthy even more. The rich are fleeing New York City, and let me Tell You New York state as well. Just like New Jersey Illinois and California. And just don't take your liberal policies wherever you go. DC Mayor's pleading with the US attorney to ramp prosecutions of violent protesters I mean there's no bail madness that's part of Bernie and Joe Biden's manifesto. Almost five million first time gun owner since January in this country. I have people asking me every day. You Hannity you. I've known that you've been a you know you been using a firearm since trained in the use of a firearm. Sincere kid what's your advice? Everyone always asked the wrong question by the way what do you think I should get what do you think an ar this I'm like okay. Slow down. You know most people I. I would say I have nonlethal weapons that are perfectly legal that I bought I. that's my first option. My first option is not to kill anybody if somebody god-forbid broke into my house probably the best thing that any family would have is a shotgun. But before you get any gun, you go down to arrange and you take a lesson one thing I can tell you about gun owners and gun professionals as they are more than eager to teach you gun safety, learn the safety and use and storage of your firearm. Before you buy it, they'll teach you and it won't cost you a lot of money to take a class. Sometimes, you take classic cost next to nothing if you buy the gun at that particular place. You. Know it's it's not that's my advice. A gun is not a toy but if you WANNA get one for to defend yourself. Learn, learn the safety of firearms. I. You know Tom. Cotton. Is Back to bill to halt unemployment benefits to the writers I mean you know look at this in Portland you have a six hundred, fifty percent increase in murder Seattle you know the first eight months total almost are passing all of two thousand nineteen just like New York City all these democratic run cities and states you know the murder rate in New York and the tour seventy seven percent increase in one month alone in. New York City these cities are disintegrating before our very eyes. And there letting it happen. I mean, it's sad to watch this. You know in calm. and. Joe, the late to the game, not even in this. I, look like a radical socialist with a soft spot for writers. Well. What are you Joel? 'cause you're the most radical candidate ever of a mainstream party in the country's history. Young lying the president didn't condemn violence. That's another lie. Just like he said Oh I won't ban fracking. You did say you were going to ban fracking. You. Know trump is allies challenge. You know it's all talk from Biden. It's fifty years of talk. Is. Not Banning fracking but he was banning fracking. That's all he's done. Is Talk about it? You know look at this on Chicago Chicago gangs of formed a pact to execute cops who draw weapons on suspects. Portland police finally used smoke grenades and pepper balls oh Jeez working. yet a man bashed in the back of the head with bricks falling face first on the sidewalk. That's all on video will show you tonight a sixty six year old viciously beaten with a bottle in a random attack caught on New York. City surveillance will show you that tonight the National Guard has been helpful Kenosha mayor says, Ken Buck is calling for congressional hearings who's funding a lot of these radical groups moving from city to city. Progressives demanding Portland's mayor and police chief resigned I. Love that one. Weekend gun violence pushed Philadelphia over three hundred homicides so far in twenty twenty more killings this year than all of two, thousand, sixteen, Fifteen, fourteen, and thirteen combined. You know over what? Nearly sixty shot in Chicago ten killed in Chicago this weekend five dead in New York City this weekend. Thirty cops dead so far this year and and thousands injured how's that liberal these liberal policies and the police become the enemy working At qualcomm, we believe in staying connected and you can see us wherever five G. is helping transform telemedicine supporting remote education empowering Mobile PC's the invention ages here learn more at qualcomm dot com slash invention age civil with a political party that wants to destroy. What you stand for what you care about that's why I believe if we are for sure enough to win back the House and the Senate, that's when civility can start again if you had to be stuck in an elevator with either President Trump Mike pence or jeff sessions, who would it be? Does one of us after come out alive. Yes I'm angry. Yes I am outraged. Yes. I. Have Thought an awful lot about up the White House. I'm. Moving the juicy anybody that cabinet. Donald. Trump is a guy who you understand. It hurts you in my testosterone sometimes makes me WANNA. Feel like punching him. which would be bad for this elderly out of shape man that he did that. So when he was elected what I wrote on twitter was we should impose martial law till we make sure that the Russians were involved in the final tally of the vote and people were like martial law. What's wrong with to your lunatic you? In the military to the border. So I want to send the military to the White House to get him You know I had a dream the other night about. That I was playing golf with Donald Trump and I was standing beside him with the club in my hand. I was. Considering my options when I suddenly woke up, you know was one of those dreams when you wanted to get back to sleep, you can finish it. You know what? Mr Burgess up against Sean. Hannity term up I need to go out and talk to your friends and talk to your neighbors. I want you to talk to them whether independent or whether they are Republican I want you to argue with them and give the face always asked me I wish our debating him. No, I wish you were in high school. I could take behind the gym. What we've gotTA, do is fight in Congress fight in the courts fight in the streets ordinary people who simply saw what needed to be done and came together and supported those ideals who've made the difference they marched they bled. Yes. Some of them have died. This is hard. Every good thing is we have done this before we can do this again I'm confirmed the. Go Strike. In fact, the only thing your mouth is good for is being Vladimir Putin's holster. Along there's going to be our saving grace, you know when he's about to nuke Finland yourself something. She's going to walk into the bedroom and you know Yeah Daddy. Daddy. He's a punk is a dog he's a pig, he's a con. Artist Mutt is an idiot talk how he wants to punch people in the face. Well. I'd like to punch him in the face. It. In that orderly and former way and lawful way we need to overthrow the government of the United States Donald Trump. Says when they go low you. Go Low we ran. When they go low. We go hi. Yeah. Right. Now we'RE GONNA kick them down. Have we forgotten the crazy insane nutty vitriol? I don't think. So we haven't on this program and the mob and the media. Same thing anyway here to weigh in on all of this. I mean I keep going through won't go through all the statistics and numbers and and issues involving violence around the country that you know I, of course, the mob and the media and the Democrats all but ignore act like it's not happening. There's such blatant. I've never seen such hypocrisy obstruction matters but not hillary subpoenaed emails, Russia matters, but not Hillary's bought and paid for dirty Russian dossier with Russian disinformation quid pro quos matter but not Joe Biden quit pro ing a billion taxpayer dollars. You got six hours to re to get rid of the prosecutor investigating my zero experience unpaid millions all the talk about corona virus. They were against the travel ban. The subsequent travel bans the quarantine and did nothing because they were too busy trying to impeach Donald Trump over the Ukrainian hoax there's you know using the the dirty dossier to spy on a presidential candidate transition team president. Now with violence, it's all it's not happening one hundred days still not happening. Where did you see is a myth? It's not true de-fund. The police I mean it goes on and on from there police become the enemy unbelievable madness the one thing these cities all having common Liberal Democrats have run them for decades Leo Terell Civil, rights attorney. Talk Show host at the Leo Terell Twitter Sergeant Dmitri Penny is with US twenty year vet of Dallas Police Force President of the Dallas Texas National Fallen Officers Foundation. Now he's running for the thirtieth Congressional district in Texas. Welcome both you back to the program You got violence you got mayhem. You've had I the Nihil then there was reluctant resistance, which is so mysterious to me Leo Terell to acknowledge it but then they acknowledge it and then they blamed trump who was able to stop it in Minneapolis Stop it in D. C. Stop it in Kenosha because finally the. People wise and up and they called in the National Guard, which people have to do, and they're not doing all these other liberal cities Sean. If you listed all the if everyone listened to the entire montage of what you play about how the Democrats are crying screaming about Donald Trump, you would expect this guy to have been drummed out of office they can't do it and he would have. Absolutely vero chance of winning this election sean the Democrats are afraid right now notwithstanding everyday you played could you imagine he was impeached by these guys he's going to win this election and I'll tell you right now the American public gets it. They know the Democrats are lying and I'll tell you right now the biggest lot when you look at everything is going on, you forgot one of. Aspect and you play the major part in this when you kept throwing the names of all those kids who were killed in Chicago. Nobles. Democratic City I did that during Biden on Obama's term Leo I know I know but in Chicago would happen to the black on black crimes. We look at what was going on and we were talking about those kids who were killed. The people were killed. During this year this year, I'm referring to the American Public Gifty, the idea that all this chaos and all these Democrats city areas going on right now they know that the Democrats are at fault. They know the key to this surviving is American institution right now is to keep Donald Trump is in office, and that's why they're trying to lie now that trump is responsible. What that Portland Mayor Did a couple of days ago we held that ridiculous conference. He was talking to himself because antiques plan black lives matter they hate him and the city doesn't get along with him and he's trying to blame trump and they woke up with a bonfire last night. The bottom line is Donald. Trump is going to win this election and the Democrats going to be out again, combining for another four years. Sergeant your take on all of this. You're absolutely right. You. You you. You find very few opportunities to to agree with Leo to Real, and that's my man. But. The bottom line is look this. This is that is right. I mean we. Look I just saw poll along the way eight in ten. Americans. Say That we're we're divided as a nation. You're right when you got you got the these these liberals on the left that a youth this radicalized audiology to divide us as a nation. Of course, we're going to be, of course, that's GonNa be the the. or every time you turn on the news, they're gonNA, continue to talk about that and look at what's happening in Portland I think if if anyone has a complaint about anything that happens in Portland, there should be the readiness that lived there. These people are being run out of their own city by mom. Mom, I mean. You're. GonNa have shootings, industries you're can have people being attacked business can't operate under that. Another type of pressure and law enforcement officers can't even do their job. So I shall we gotta come up with a solution. We gotta get back and control over the system that has that has been turned upside down. Let me tell you some. Sergeant Sixty three days before an election only because as don lemon says, well, the Poles are. Now this is this this lack of safety insecurity in law and order showing up in the polls and focus groups. So. Let's let's let's have an election year conversion and all of a sudden we're going to act like we didn't say all of those things about defunding the police and praising as Comma did the LAPD cuts or Joe saying police become the enemy and of course, he'd reallocate funds away from police absolutely look at the impact. We just saw a fifty percent increase in crime and in New York you there in New York, look at what's happening you know the these office can't they can't contend with. Any of that nobody can there's there's not enough police officers on the resources available to deal with the levels of crime that are happening in these and at a certain point the United States had the whole is GonNa have to wake up we're not gonNA be manipulated coming less time look after the election is over everything will go back to normal. It's all being. So by the by the Democrat Party, right that's the reality. But the bottom line is until we come up with a way to do. These negative narrative that are sowing division in this country until we effectively do that, we're going to deal with the same type of vitriol every cycle every re election cycle you're gonNA continue with over and over again, and it's unfortunate because the people going to be the one of their Self Leo you know I gotTa tell you this is not a party that is protecting people and. You know with all the talk about the polls and you know look at the Emerson Paul. Trump is now edging into the lead over Joe Biden We saw the same thing. We see his poll numbers with African Americans two and a half times. What he had in terms of African American vote in twenty sixteen. If those poll holds he is tripled his African American support post-convention just looking at a bunch of different polls the more recent one, the Hill Harris Poll shows twenty four percent of registered black voters in the survey said they approve of Donald Trump Sr job as president he only one eight percent of the black vote in two. Thousand Sixteen Leo that is an earthquake seismic shift in police. Just record you know I'm black and I'll tell you right now I didn't Ringo handily I single Hanley lead the charge from Idaho and look at us. You know what you're my brother and that's all I left that Dmitry. He doesn't want to admit that we're brothers. I. Mean he can't go that far with Leo two point. Sean you thought you were my brother I. Don't I'm not look in the Dan. We're we're. We're all brother. About those numbers your. Seat people don't get it black men and black women are voting for Trump Sean Bet RNC convention was real and sincere, and it draw the democratic crazy when they brought out the MS TNC come host was saying it was a minstrel show? Leo Oh, I was furious this weekend and those they were upset that was your way to show their anger because those were a heart warming story in American sought and they believed it and what's happening that democratic plantation is been destroyed because trump's GONNA get back. I gotTA break wasn't Glorious Nation under God one United People that's what we should be. That's what we can be. That's a that's becoming the more perfect union and jobs by the way and record low jaw a record low unemployment that president trump set barack joe never did it. Pay Its buck sexton. Here we are in the height of an election season that will determine the future of the country who are you going to listen to? Who can you trust join me in the freedom hot the one place where you know you'll get the straight story from a conservative perspective, Joe Biden somebody who's been a machine politician the Democrat Party from Delaware for longer than I've been alive and nobody thought he was impressive. No one. Thought he had great leadership until about five minutes ago, they're trying to fool you. They're trying to pull off a con of fraud against America and Joe Biden is the conman in cheek, the big names and the heaviest hitters in politics trust make show. We've done a lot buck and we have some great support. Your viewpoint is very important to me very, very important. That's how we got to know each other fuck sexton formerly of the CIA. Alabama sexton show iheartradio is number one for podcasts and it's easy to see why listen the buck sexton show on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcast And as we continue Leo Terell Sergeant Dmitry Penny is with us We were just talking about all these poll numbers that now show a three fold increase in terms of African American support for the President I look at it as I don't think it's any one thing Leo and this is what we I didn't mean to cut you off I. Look at as okay. More money for the longest commitment longest period of time for historically black colleges criminal justice. Reform police reform record low after record low on employment opportunities zones, and you know what words are cheap. Leo Don't with Joe Biden's been throwing out words and promises for fifty years but he can't escape the past of supporting the guy, the Filibuster, the Civil Rights Act of sixty four was against the voting rights act and the guy that Joe Biden partnered with to stop integration of our schools because they didn't want his kids going to schools that were racial jungles. Sean. You just pointed out the conference of the president in three and a half short years. Joe Biden put black people in jail nineteen, Ninety four with the Crime Bill Kamala Harris Ignore Federal Court orders and kept blacks in use them as cheap labor in prison these two individuals or anti-black when it comes to progress and Legislation Donald Trump don't talk he does the walk and he completed and I'll tell you those stories about Alice Johnston at that press conference at the ROTC what Herschel Walker said John Those bad press RNC Convention destroy the myth that the Republican Party's anti-black. The Republican Party is pro black. The Republican Party is simply pro America Enmasse why trump is GONNA win he's getting. Leah and quick I can I can I? Can I tell you what we got you guys on the other side. All right stay right there and what we're also going to do a Sergeant Penny respond when we get back in the Mola. Let you call in your calls comments questions for Leo and Sergeant Dmitri. Penny eight hundred nine four, one, Sean is a number don't forget live free or Die America the world on the brink forty percent off Amazon dot com bookstores. Everywhere. COSCO's Walmart's target's books million Barnes and noble and all that good discounts right now, which is great because this is the information you need to share with friends and family before they vote all coming up eight, hundred, nine, four, one sean straight ahead as we continue, I live free or Die America the world on the brink and it's just sixty three days until you're ultimate jury forty percent off if you haven't gotten your copy Amazon Dot com, it's a bookstores everywhere. I want to go and I want you to listen specifically. To a black lives. Matter you know protesters and what they're saying in Portland and what they set in our nation's capital just this weekend then get to your calls for Leo and Sergeant Penny. Wait where. Up. To the senators. I WANNA. Take it to the conference. I want to take the fight. At the end of the Here We. Burn them. Only. Seen. Meeting. Off. Tonight. Don't give a rip that a fascist Blah. Blah. Blah died tonight. In. A bus police heads open I did it here there I'll do it everywhere. Anyway we continue we'll get to your calls in a minute here Leo Terell At v Leo Terell on Twitter Sergeant demetre. Dmitri Penny is with US Sergeant Penny we left it off with you. Well, that's your profession those who your Collie Gun. Absolutely absolutely, and it's sickening the here but I can tell you most of those clowns that's on stage doing that most of those clouds are just doubt around with the crowd they don't actually get out there and get on the front lines and do nothing this week they don't do that. The reality is, Oh, they're going to do gas everybody up in the community out there and they're going to attack the police and the police oversaw the police are going to respond and and those guys can be nowhere in sight. That's reality what really happened I want people thought being smart this we've got to stop playing games with people I say this all the time because the reality is people want to leave they wanna live comfortable lives but ain't nobody going out there to get themselves hurt or to get themselves q now you've seen all these radical protests that have. Happened, and now you see the news clips of people with they is shot compel the ball people that let's say they got problem from the May. Well, guess what you radicalized protest before you went there they knew what it was. So we can't either I don't even like entertaining that nonsense because all they're doing is putting a a blackout on themselves. Look officers. It's unfortunate that they have to deal with it, but people are finding out and we and we see right now today these leading murder rates continue to go up people are finding out that they need they police. You cannot operate in this in this society without they and people realize that now. So we can't we. We're not playing games with this anymore law enforcement as a whole guys or the rundown there beat up but you know what they still they still do their job every day they go to work ready to defend this country because that's what they were. That's what they were trained to do. This is a mentality that not everybody can have not especially not people in Congress is unfortunate that you have these losers that don't understand what police officers deal with from from the state level and federal level they don't understand. When people start even talk about minimizing resources to. When they start talking about defunding. Holy. Don't know voting for themselves because the reality is when it pops out, you want the police show and when the other way I always asked this question, what are you GonNa do what are you going to do when somebody breaks into your house and wants to bring harm to you and your children or grandma or GRANDPA now with all due respect sergeant I know what I'm GonNa do my first the first thing I'm GonNa do is not reach for my phone and I will protect the people of my life that I love I will protect my family. And I will. I I'm capable of doing that and more you'd better how does the average person to do people that don't like listen to have a firearm? Necessarily there's new nonlethal. There are I've died if I promote them again, they're going to kill me because I'm just a customer I purchased Nonlethal That are extraordinarily effective and that would be my first line of Defense to be honest if I could use that but I have the other also available. Well, I'll tell you sean amazing. What what what's amazing is that all these celebrities and politicians were talking about the funding please Oh, they believe in the Second Amendment, they're well armed they have private security council president of La. She had a twenty four seven police protection, but she wants to find the police. So they wanted to fund the police for the average American citizen. But they love the Second Amendment they're heavily armed guard insecure. That's the hypocrisy of the Democratic Party I. Let's get to our phones for Leo Sergeant Penny We'll start with big time. I Made Jay Houston Texas what's going on Baby Aj, how are you Paris? Hannity FAMILY'S GROWN DOWN IN HOUSTON. Aj. Got A lot of family and it's growing getting bigger. Headed to Houston a hang, you come on we wait known your big daddy we wait known you. What's going on hey? Hey Hey. I WANNA say hello to the great guests at Lille. Welcome to the family that they welcome to the family. Got A mighty God. Almighty. Hey. By the way, I can't. I can't not jump in. Hey big time. With God obviously. All Things are possible Leo two point. Oh, go. Through prayer and fasting look at what has happened to Leo. Is. Good John God is good. Thanks. Hey Hey, he he bring the right when you got this calmest make up God with God you the right way come on time Leo remain. All right. Big Time Aging. Right, real quick. Hey Idiots now you know black man they they call me a white man on the radio. They say a white man acting black on the Joe pags show and everything they called me a white guy. They really say that I mean, no black folks do not think the way that guy talking black folks the real black folks we we wanna work take our families. We ain't got Tampa all that Hokey joke what they doing. Time. Time, listen to me big time. I I. Don't like this divide anything anymore we're supposed to be. I believe were all created by one God. I think we all agree with that right? The same God. Right was supposed to be one one glorious nation under God and say the Word God one United American family we all have the same interests. Don't we all want save schools a nice neighborhood we want. To the. Place we can raise our kids and work hard and our hard work pays off and we have a decent car and a decent house and. Take a vacation when the kids are sick suffer through Disney as a parent, but the kids love it. And we all want the same. Big Time I WANNA I wanna say this to you you you from Houston from his home. Oh Baby. All. Over there and play. We were talking about policy and so we start talking about comedy and the interest to improve community is is we're GonNa continue to happen status quo. So that's why I'm coming in here the five inches other people. I hope you tell everybody about me down there now. Oh Oh definitely and you know we got Sheila Jackson Lille down here in Ohio district I know. and. They keep going. Keep telling them don't keep putting these people in office people they don't mean you know. And they say at the same time that I call the CAMELIA I call it. What is this going to riot after the? Election. What That's not no way and people together. That's no and the Democrat. Convention did the same thing they'd be Biden's it and I love trump convention. Oh God and he's in Kenosha right now and watch what the media tried to do in Mexico there that idiot mayor don't want. It's all democrats state it ain't happening you. Can States Black folks this the message and I'm let you all go big guys black folks, White folks all folks all got people. Do not let he's liberals divide us any more than we already is November third. Let's put trump back in there. Let's rebuild our city and let's make America great again like it was before the Chinese hit that fire it's on us with the Democrats Hill. I'm sorry it is what it is A. Right. Big Time. Aj. We love you. Thank you make and let's get. Let's get back to our busy phones Steve. Connecticut. With Leo Terell Sergeant. Matrix Penny what's going on? Hey Sean how are you? Good Sir her you. I'm doing great. You've given us some polling numbers. Let me give you the visual I'm an airline pilot. I've been flying to these blue cities. Let's start with San Francisco two and a half months ago. B. L., M. Signs all over the place on the front lawns you know the area like going to the Golden Gate. Bridge those wounded up very. Every one of them had a you know A. Sign out there. You know they'd. Anti police sign. Let's fast forward now. Is there a week ago? They're all gone? Day Royal. You you you. You heard the tape. If we can pull this up of people saying get out of our, you know get out of our house strangers walking through your neighborhood. And you know look. That's not ideal in this. Every single day I've been in the public eye for thirty three years. I can handle it, but let me tell you the average grandma GRANDPA MOM dad. Kid We're going to traumatize kids because anarchists the walking through the neighborhood telling people to get out of. Their own homes and leave their own homes that their homes are going to be taken from them listen. Second Job. Well. Guess what? I can only take so much of that but that's what they're saying Steve. Yes Sean, I could see. Blue cities and the they overplayed their hand. I, think the average personality we're not wanting California and its chances of the crazy liberal city. But that city is a shell of a city and the people that are living there are starting to look around and go what has taken place here they marched through the streets they destroyed the day dagoes the little mom and pop shops and I think a lot of people decided home I supporting now. and. They're chain knowing what you look. I mentioned this earlier people leaving New Jersey people leaving New York the leaving Illinois Chicago the Lieven La San Francisco the leave in Seattle and Portland Goodbye My only admonition is don't bring you stupid liberal policies and ruin the next state you're going to. Be Man we don't want them in tech. I grew anyway. Thanks Steve Leo You in Liberal Los Angeles Great I love about Los Angeles at this point is in and out Burger. Well I think right now Sean I got news for you after trump wins the election we're we need to recruit new. Candidates to take over the democratic cities and please improve the School Donald Trump has said school choice at the number. One action is the subject of thirty grief. We need to take over these democratic city twenty seconds eat sergeant penny. How does this election end? Well, that election in the presidential election with President Trump winning I, believe because you have these these radicalize agendas that are happening across the country. Also in that, you're going to see a lot of coats here I think what you're. GonNa see is especially for communities like mine that are always looking for that are looking for an opportunity to succeed. Now, they have an opportunity to have a leader. There's GonNa step in that promote all the issues that that directly relate to this community from education economic development job crime who better can can address these issues in me. In comparison to a twenty year eighty, five year old and comet being there for. The people realize that and I think this is where this change in in in society is going to occur during this election. The hundred seventeen congress is the most important congress in that we that we've seen in a long time. This is GonNa be the one to make the decision that people got. Yes. The the the the point. Yeah. They gotta remember. John I'll see what? What we gotta do is very simple I mean I gotta finish getting. Well, I tried to get my book look for you die, but we have every American has to work as hard as president trump. And worked twenty four seven to get him elected and the ship is happening right now and we have to keep working hard and tell others to vote for trump. We have to expand his bass 'cause Bass will come out and he's going to win the election. He's GonNa pull the insights rates as did twenty sixteen. Right Leo Terell Sergeant Penny thank you both eight hundred nine four one sean when we come back, DON Jr... We'll talk about the election, the impact of four years. This presidencies had on him and his whole family and much more as we continue will also get to your calls news roundup information overload hour coming. Don't forget live free or die forty percent off Amazon dot com. We'll continue our live free or die. America the world on the brink you're the ultimate jury just sixty three short days. That's when you decide and the stakes couldn't be higher, and that's what we've been talking about it. Is that the this it is that stark choice has never been a bigger choice election in your lifetime that never will be either the stated policies of radicalized. Sanders Socialism this insane green new deal that. trillions towards the efforts to well let's let's re imagine what a police force is. GonNa look like and deep phone the police or reallocate the funds police become the enemy I mean it's madness never mind. The fact that we've got to be honest does Joe Biden have the strength stamina the mental alertness and acuity to be the president of the United States I know nobody in the mob and the media will ask these questions they asked that of John McCain? They asked that a Reagan in eighty four Biden was ever elected. He'd be older on day one than Reagan was on the last day of his second term when he left office anyway, just a few reminders joe struggling by the way took one day out yesterday did one city one trip and he's back taken his little nappy in his basement bunker again today taking no questions at all yesterday. Here's a little bit of the ever forgetful Joe if you agree with me. Go to Joe Three Oh three three. I'm here to ask you for your help right come from. You don't get far unless you ask my name's Joe Biden I'm Democratic candidate for the United. States Senate, look me over your we help out and not both the other by Gimme a look though, okay. We choose truth over facts play the radio. Make sure television excuse me make sure you have the record player on night four kids, justice bright injustice towns, white kids I was a democratic caucus there'd been no caucus. No you haven't your line dog face pony soldier you said you were by here you. Nominate nominated. Democrat a lifelong Democrat. Proud Democrat. By vomit Democrat because we cannot get reelected. CanNot win this reelection excuse me. We could only re elect Donald Trump. Hope you'll all join us together. I think we can win back the house. We're going to keep the house increase it and flip the Senate. Union workers. And Your Diminish your second. Shush no one is in a position where they have a significant financial disability as a consequence of this. Of this particular crisis, we can do that we did that we've been through this before the corona virus. We've been through this before scooby we've been through this before with dealing with the viruses at the end one, H, one five as well as what happened in Africa one way they get spartans by great leaders who were you know called appeal our better angels from Abraham, Lincoln to all the way to FDR. Dr. To to John Kennedy. Center, Iraq. We have to take care of the cure that will make the problem worst. No matter what. No matter what. Excuse me. You know you're supposed to cough into your elbow I don't know Sir I learned that actually covering your White House. Actually actually that's true but fortunately, I'm alone in my home but that's okay. Why doesn't he just act like a president? I suspect way to say. Is. Sorry. Go ahead. No. Probably Best I'd and what we have done is the reason why most of the world was repaired US particularly after World War Two is because of who we are as nation. We the people we hold these truths. His cetera sounds Corny but it's real real. Evidence. All created by go you know the you know the thing created by you know you know the thing in and by the way we on crack come on man you junkie anyway, Donald Trump junior of now been thumbing through. We'll be a top bestseller. It's called liberal privilege. It's just out now Joe Biden and the Democrats Defence of the indefensible. Chapter two of this book is called unfit to serve. well, I can think of a guy that's been there fifty years Donald trump junior, and I can't think of a single accomplishment that that identifies Joe Biden with anything successful man I agree Sean It's it's embarrassing I. Know Guys that take a little time to warm up like when you open up your radio show, it takes you about six or seven seconds and you're in full swing Joe Biden's had half a century and he's still hasn't delivered i. Mean he's the media's Dream Sean because they can sell the Middle America. This is you know moderate blue-collar. Joe. From Scranton he's not moderate. He's not blue collar and he's not from granny left when he was eight years old but they're gonNA use him as this vessel to sell to the American people that he's somehow a moderate but you're not a moderate with Kamala, Harris has your vp you're not a moderate with Beta hell yeah I'm GonNa. Take your Ar Fifteen. As guns are and you're sure heck not a moderate with the Bernie Sanders joint unity platform on his website, which is like a combination of the green new deal and the communist manifesto wrapped up into one incredibly idiotic package. That's what you have from Joe Biden. You have a guy that literally can't get through it Sean. I mean, honestly it's sad but it's not enough that we should give him the nuclear football I mean that's the real problem. It's. It's scary that this guy can't remember where he is. He can't remember what he's talking about. He confuses basic concepts when he's doing some of these softball interview sean he he literally is. Looking at notes off to the side, you see the eyes flickering like a deer in headlights just in total panic, and this is a guy that's been doing it for half a century. He can't get through an interview without help. How is this guy possibly going to run the country but he's not. So you know I wrote a book because it's all the things that guys like you and me talk about but virtually, no. One mainstream media where so many people are getting their news no one's talking about these things. No one's talking about the fact that Joe Biden has had two brain aneurysms. He's had explosions in his brain that required brain surgery, and then when you can't remember where he is the media, it's like, oh no, there's no cause and effect. There's nothing to see here, and then I can we got the same treatment as Joe Biden. Quid pro quo Joe. You're not getting a billion taxpayer dollars unless you find the prosecutor investigating my zero experience son paid millions of dollars. You got six hours son of a B. They did it. By the way you might not know this we'll have more with John Solomon at the bottom of the hour. This just broke I'm not sure if you're aware of it, but the shouldn't surprise you. Headlines from, just the news DOT COM State Department to release memos detailing they've now been released a Solomon detailing illegal. A social media monitoring of Americans and it goes on to say the freedom of Information Act shows efforts to monitor social media, Fox, news personalities, Hannity Ingram Dobbs as well as the president son Non Junior Here we go. Again. Here we go. Let me guess I have a feeling. There's going to be nothing to see there now if you were doing that to the Obama administration imagined. George Bush. Did this to incoming Barack Obama lied you weaponized his FBI for the first time in two hundred, forty years plus broke one of the great traditions of America the peaceful transition of power it would be the biggest scandal in American political history. All of a sudden people have no interest in this sean and that's why I wrote liberal privilege because that's the quintessential example they can do whatever they want, and there's no accountability Hunter Biden can take millions may take a billion five from China from the government not like. Chinese. Company entry will go run entity gave one point five, billion, two, hundred, Biden you know what that means in the typical fund a fund structure is two percent management features just the two percent management fee before we even talk about profits on one point five billion is thirty million dollars a year. That's one hell of a salary Sean you think Joe. Biden is going to be tough on China. He hasn't been yet in his fifty year career he sent them jobs joe bedding should be running for president of China because. He's done a lot more for China's than he has for America but the media's GonNa utilize him as this sort of sock puppet vessel to try to hoodwink the American public hardworking men and women in this country. No, it's moderate Joe but you're you're not getting Joe you're getting come on you're getting a Oh see you're getting Bernie that's their big laugh. That's what they're pushing these days and that should scare all of us and the fact that no one in the media will question any of these things should. Scare. US even more because the media as an institution is over it's dead it's been dead actually said it believe it or not in two thousand and seven eight I said journalism in America is dead it's dead it's gone. It's buried and it's worse than that I mean the the biggest financial donors to all things radical extreme socialist you know. But they spent four years lying about your father, your family they've torn this country to shreds and then they claim that they don't like divisiveness. That's all they ben is divisive. Pushed lies and slander and conspiracy theories one after another done junior and you've been a big part of it all. Yeah. They don't like divisiveness. But. They didn't take in the week long. I Hate America. Zoom call that was the DNC now one person mentioned rioting looting vandalism now. Open up your business to feed your family. They're going to arrest you they're gonNA take away your business license they're gonNA, find you. But if you loot someone else's business, you gotta pass I mean that is the Democrat. Platform Today Sean. That's the liberal privilege that they can get away with I mean imagine any other time in his world history let alone American history where that's become acceptable a mainstream party essentially turning a blind eye to crime to theft to violence. Now, you can't go to work you'll get find you can't go to school they're not open but they WANNA. To get paid obviously they don't even want the Teacher's Union is even WanNa. Do Online learning anymore let alone in person learning while BLM and defunding police have become part of the Teacher's Union platform. You're sure as heck can't go to church you got fined for that two people got tickets for going to church. But if you WANNA loot riot vandalize commit arson no problem NPR national public radio did a segment justifying looting say the case for looting. Sean they're making excuses for this when it's going on for weeks on end when no one's announced when they've let it happen and then Donald Trump's hey need reinforcements to help your police agencies that have been around over Oh. My God Donald Trump is inciting them I go well. Why because there's sending reinforcements what about the five weeks of nonstop writing that happen prior to those enforcements being reinforcements being sent is also Donald Trump's fault or you guys just full of garbage it's really sad i. don't know if you saw the front page of the the drudge. report. Oh Now your dad has to deny that he had a series of strokes befallen tweeted out never ends. Now they're saying that your favorite president me went to Walter Reed Medical Center having suffered a series of mini strokes never happened at this candidate fake news and that is how desperate there's a level of desperation now that has kicked in here right It's it's absolutely insane I mean that goes to show you. That's why it's so important for your listeners to hear this you know if you know people on the fence, get liberal privilege because they're all of these stories. This is the Biden story, the Democrat story, all of the things that if there was a mainstream media, this would be their obligation under their stated profession to talk. The apparent public, no to inform them, but they refuse to do it. So this book is really designed for those who are on the fence once they once they realized that Joe Biden is the ultimate swamp monster. He's been there for fifty years by the way. Hang on it's called liberal privilege Joe Biden, and the Democrats Defence of the indefensible. Now, just to finish the the circle here, the president's doctor said, no not true fake news. The president did not have any issues involving a stroke mini stroke or any hard emergency but that doesn't stop the mob liberal privilege Joe Biden and Democrats offensively indefensible will continue on the other side more with a Donald Trump, junior new book out today. Right, as we continue donald trump junior with us All right is new book. Liberal. Privilege. Joe Biden and the Democrats Defence of the indefensible. You know you think about this they care about obstruction but not hillary's subpoenaed emails they care about Russia. But Not Hillary's dirty Russian misinformation dossier that she paid for they. They would be screaming bloody murder of Republican ever spied on them but they say nothing about your father being spied on during his campaign deep into his presidency they care about quid pro quos but not joe, they're just liars and the media mob and the Democrats they speak in one voice and you're right they defend the indefensible. It's it's sad they they do it time and time again I, mean, you saw the quick flip all of a sudden the media it's trump's fault what what's what's trumps the riots but wait a minute for three months I've been hearing. These are peaceful protests what what happened Oh what happened Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo said it on CNN that it's affecting the Democrats in the polls and then magically minutes later. Now they're all of a sudden taking the corollary they're doing the opposite approach in the media's carrying their water for them. I'm seeing these stories donald trump is totally not denounced the New York Times now trump refuses to denounce the Riots. Why has only Joe Biden done? So I'm like, what are like are you are you serious? They're really doing Sean Lee they're really doing it. They are a parody of themselves. I. Can't tell today if I'm reading the onion or New York Times or the Babylon be they're all the same except at least two of those are intentionally trying to be funny and create satire. It's embarrassing and that's the problem for the guy that's working hard lady working hard puts you know watch five minutes of news a day. That's the warped insane lens that they're getting their information from and it's all negative against trump almost one hundred percent of it. All Right Donald trump junior's new book liberal privilege, Joe Biden and the Democrats Defence of the indefensible just out today bookstores everywhere Amazon dot com, Hem Hannity Dot Com Donald Trump Junior. Thank you for being with us We'll talk often We got sixty three days to go the American people decide this and I'm praying they make the right choice. Thank you sir. Sean. Thanks for having me on as always. Thank you eight hundred, nine, four, one Sean, toll-free telephone number. They. Scott. China. News roundup information overload forty percent off today by the way Amazon Dot Com bookstores everywhere eight hundred nine, four one, Sean. If you WANNA be a part of the program. So we actually added up how long it would take if we played all of the Biden Gaffes and it's about now we're up to ten straight minutes. I'm in I will play at one day in total so you can like record it, but I can't do it all now. So we just have the latest version with the more recent gaffes and by the way poor little Joe, the frail the week the forgetful Joe Biden Times doesn't know the day of the week. The officers running for certainly doesn't know his past positions on fracking as we pointed out yesterday but this is the more recent. Forgetful Joe who had to take the day off today because Joey at a very hard day yesterday actually did one campaign stop and Got Booed? Enthusiasm anywhere he shows up and then he lied about fracking will always does and then he screwed up again on his. Off The cuff comments and he took no questions. He's taken less than fifty questions since March his the more recent gaff but we don't have time for the extended one. Why the hell would I take a test come on man? It's like saying you before he got in this program, you take test where you're taking cocaine or not. What do you think Are you a jody's I am I am very willing to let the American public judge, my physical mental fill, my physical as well as my mental. Fitness unlike the African American community with notable exceptions. Latino community is incredibly diverse community and I had nursing at nurses at. Walter Reed Hospital who had been down which for my year. Go home and get me toes. They would make sure they'd actually. Probably. Nothing ever taught in You can't do in the covert time, but it actually breathe in my nostrils to make the move I. Think we have an opportunity to turn. The. The changing the climate, the generating a fundamentally green infrastructure supply of those and ninety, five mask and. Ninety six, mass, six policy working groups one on the economy one on education. One of those only saw there's only so much time in any given day is only so much time we have breaking news I. mentioned it briefly at the top of the show John Solomon Editor Editor in chief of just the news dot com website is doing phenomenally well by the way and where we're very happy for him is book did phenomenally well, Here's the headline State Department to release memos detailing illegal social media monitoring of Americans. Memos released on the under the freedom of Information Act will show an effort to monitor social media. Of Fox News. Personalities. Hannity Ingram. A Dobbs as well as oh the president's son Don Jr... By the way this would be illegally a monitoring in other words, the details of which is illegal social media monitoring, John Solomon Breaking. The storage joins us now. I've asked you a lot over the years because I've been told and sources have repeated to me that I've been surveilled and I've been spied on I know this we send the public domain forty, five pages of Robert. Muller's you know team of a coup supporters asking questions about me We know thirteen hundred of my private text messages were released. is a violation of my privacy right? So why would? I not be surprised that deep state is spying on all of us Yep. Now, this is what we've asked many times and today. For the first time, we have the actual documents March, Twenty, seven, twenty, nineteen, the US embassy in Kiev sent to Washington a request that the following names have their social media accounts monitored you the Jackie email. Thank you blow or some of the twitter users with large followings. We've seen tweeting or discussing Ukraine related issues over the past several days they all have verified twitter concert should be pretty easy to spot number one Sean Hannity number two, Laura Ingraham number three Rudy Giuliani number four. Dan. Bongino number five Sebastian Gorka number six. On the list goes down thirteen total a few days after this was set into motion. How come? Why can't I be number thirteen at least I always get to the top of the class. Thanks a lot. Rather be dead last on that list that rather not be on the list. Yeah well, it's very chilling to see these emails. It's clear that what they were doing in real time was monitoring what we were discussing big expressing our free speech rights to talk about these issues, Russia Ukraine other issues, and they were monitoring and effort to quickly counteract anything. We were saying to stop out what we were saying and eventually they get an email from Washington tell him hey, guys you can't monitor American state. Department can't it violates the Privacy Act and then they're told to shut it down and stop and It's something that's been rumored for over a year Tom Fitting did some great. Work at Judicial Watch his lawsuit today freed these documents, and for the first time we have confirmation of the State Department getting involved and you know a mini espionage project looking at journalists like yourself and myself illegally improperly all. So they can protect their bureaucracy. That's what this was about They've got a member of the media. They don't know that. I'm the entire newspaper you know what's so offensive about all of this is Do you remember when What was her name Ambassador Yovanovic? I barely pronounce a name at the time my discussion of her was minimal I honed in and focused. Very exhaustively on quid pro quo Joe and zero experience hunter. You you know because you have an entire investigative team at just the news dot com, you'll go on a lot deeper into a lot of issues involving Ukraine. Now, we also have the DNC operative of Alexandra Lupu we now know. The America. The Ukrainian embassy in DC and according to politico in January twenty seventeen they will looking for dirt on trump and trump associates. Correct. There they were they were trying to put together a dossier on Paul Manafort to try to connect him to wrongdoing in Ukraine and Russia so that it would boomerang around on the trump campaign and that occurs in the same. March April Twenty sixteen timeframe as early actions that we now know George Popadopoulos being intercepted or meeting with people in Rome and in London The Alexander Downer having a conversation with Popadopoulos Carter page being invited to various events in London where he ultimately get spied on this these are happening at the same time that's where they're important. One of the interesting things in these emails today 'cause you just mentioned. Ambassador. which is the original search terms. What were they trying to do? You can tell from the search terms they were trying to protect the reputation of the US ambassador. Here are the five search terms advantage spelt one way you advantage spell the different way with a common misspelling Ukraine ambassador, Ukrainian ambassador Ukraine Soros Meeting George Soros the five people or the five terms they wanted either dealt with Maria or the liberal super donor George Soros interesting that that would be something of concern to the embassy So th these emails us I'm going through clearly show the monitoring was designed to counteract stories about the ambassador counteract stories about George Soros contract stories about Joe Biden and Hunter Biden an embarrassment. and the question for the American public is, why would the State Department after worry about these things? If they were doing their job, there's nothing to fear of these stories are out there the documents are out there. This is a this is something I think we're GONNA learn a lot more about in the next few weeks. Sean I. Don't think this is the final salvo of what was going on the thing that most people don't know I mean. It's actually I actually use these words to you one day and I remember the call and I remember the that you are silent for A. Little while and kind of absorbing when I was trying to communicate to you I said, these are not normal times as saying John Solemn I. Mean we'll see you know are exposing the deep state and Fiso, abuse and and literally all that has gone on with people at the highest levels of power within the deep state that would be the Department of Justice FBI intelligence communities. Schumer famously saying they'll get you six ways in Sunday. If you dare to take them on and what I said to you was it's now officially dangerous what you're doing for a living and I was not wrong in what I said and people don't understand that you know hundreds of millions of dollars have and will be spent in the future for the purpose of taking all of us out and that's what they do and they monitor and they do things and we've only begin to touch the surface of how things like this have gone on. The second time in a week, we know that a government agency was monitoring social media. We learn last Friday again because of a great lawsuit by Judicial Watch that the FBI and Pete struck specifically was monitoring and analyzing the tweets of president trump. What is the? FBI. tweeting these are First Amendment protected privileges whether the president exercises them I exercise, you exercise them. These are not things that government officials should be focused on. They should be focusing on diplomacy if the State Department crimes, the FBI but there's this fascination that at the end of the Obama Administration going forward at least maybe it's began earlier. But certainly at the end of the Obama Administration to start to look at first amendment protected activities and in potentially infringe on them and I, think this is a troubling trend I. When you said danger I now know what you mean because every day we're learning more about how long the reach of government is into our personal lives. Let me ask you this. You've always been predicting the John Durham and his investigation that begin to see some significant developments. After Labor Day he's still on that time line. Yeah I mean I think the first one ready. Kurt. Right. I always say just before just after Labor Day we saw Kevin Kline Smith plea deal. That's important that plea deal lists information or another crime. It says that prior to Kleinschmidt, doctoring the documents back in the summer of Twenty sixteen before Donald Trump was elected the FBI was told that Carter page CIA acid and they've failed on three occasions to tell the court Before Kevin Smith Dr the document that's another crime they knew something that was exculpatory. That was supposed to be required. They didn't tell the court. So John Durham has signaled. There are other crimes he's looking right now whether we learn about those in a report, an indictment and other plea deal there's a lot of activity going on behind the scenes. It's hard to tell what what's going to come next but I do expect. This month September now that we just hit September that we'll see some more developments what they are. They could be an interim report there could be one or two more women cases being brought but the investigation is extremely active. You know great work as always John Solomon and I i. hope the people are held accountable and I've said this often and I'll repeat it. That, if we don't, if the laws are not applied, equally, if we don't have equal justice, you might as well take your constitution burned or shredded because it it'll be meaningless. It is the foundation of our entire Democratic Republic and the rule of law, and if it's not applied equally than we don't have equal justice, we have a banana republic great work. Now it's just the news dot com will have more on this investigation tonight on Hannity Nine Eastern always hope you say Dvr thank you John Solomon Think Sean. You. Know a lot of people think Look at Linda she's just shaking her head. Why do I know you? That's what you're thinking right now why am I associated with you why I'm? Just in. Orbit this is what my this is the this is my average day. And you know as much as anybody. Every day dealing with a pile of dog whatever from either the mob and the media trying to destroy you the millions of dollars spent to destroy every conservative, and then you got these guys that have abused power are corrupt and turn the power of the state against you know people that are members of the press. I truly and honestly am appalled by what I am seeing not by just the rioters and people who hate our country filling our streets. and. Just casting aside lives like they just don't matter I mean even if I didn't agree with somebody no matter who it was I would mourn the loss of life and I just it's callous and this sort of like ridiculous overreach and surveillance and what they've done to people just regular people like you like, yeah you might be a TV host and radio host, but you're an American citizen you've ever. have an email phone number I, mean the fifty, seven, hundred. Zero. Wait a minute. Him saying for years don't have access to any social media. How many? How many guards do we have a my social media accounts now including your one of them Yeah I mean. But the problem is that that's all of response to illegal surveillance to illegal overreach all of this, the minimization, the getting rid of cell phones, the getting rid of emails, the getting rid of social media access. It's a response to the egregious behavior of what should be a democracy it's disgusting. There should be privacy there's not and it's sad that you know my my best friends and my family after read this crap. But Anyway, I love my country more. Let's just be honest not the worst thing in the I'm not getting shot at that. So many people fight plead die sacrifice everything. So we can live free and but they're taking away our freedoms as we speak it's scary. Wrapping up with today. Hope you'll say dvr Hannity Fox News each weeknight nine PM Eastern loaded up tonight Oh gotTA. 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"Hi I'm Joe Firestone. Have a new podcast out now called everyday decisions. It's a show where I talked about the last twenty four hours of their life. They're still alive. They continue to live but the last twenty four hours before they recorded. That's what I'm talking about and talking about little decisions that they make throughout their day And I I really think that these decisions like you know whether you choose cue tips or cotton balls. I think these are the kinds of things that really Make make the great people great. So that's why I'm talking to them. We're going to have all kinds of guests like dentists and Comedians and musicians and You know children under five. It's going to be very good so subscribe now wherever you. Listen to your podcast. Hello and welcome to the daily beans for Wednesday April Twenty. Twenty today acting secretary of the navy. Thomas Moseley resigns after issuing an apology. Stephanie Grisham is also out the door ruth bader Ginsburg rails against the Wisconsin election decision a discussion about negligent homicide with Frank Lucy and just a day after trump slammed the HHS inspector general for her report on equipment shortages he removes the Inspector General for Corona virus funding. I'm your host G. and I'll be joined later for the good news with Jordan Kober. Hey everybody it is. Ag I'm here. Quarantining and Quarantine Day. Let's see fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen days. I think I don't know I've got the Little Hash marks on the inside of my cave. I'm not in there right now but I'm doing well I'm doing well It's getting a little easier to be completely isolated by myself. I do have the pod pets. I will admit that I'm very grateful. Pod Pets I'm playing animal crossing now and I've I've I've noticed now that I do my regular chores like I do like I do animal crossing chores and like okay so I need to take the sheets off the bed. Take the sheets to the laundry room. Put them in the washing machine. Take what's out of the washing machine. Put it in the dryer on my way back. I'll take the trash out from the laundry room and then head to the kitchen where I'm going like I planned it all out like Yeah it's pretty ridiculous and then I look at the weeds in my backyard and I leave them there. That's the one main difference between tweeted. Crossing in my real life took a shower. Today changed the bedding. It was awesome my feel feel pretty good today I just got finished talking to Jordan with the good news block. You're GONNA love it. It's at the end of the show and I have an interview with former assistant director of the FBI Appointed by Bob Muller. His name is frank fog lucy and he'll be with us For the interview. We're GONNA talk about negligent homicide and trump culpability. It's a really interesting conversation. You don't WanNa Miss Let's see what else is going on. I ordered more three wit candles from bath and body works. That's my new addiction And I ordered a treadmill today pulled the trigger on a treadmill. I don't think gyms are going to be a thing for a while and So the money that I'm saving on the gym. I can just make payments on a treadmill plus. It's rainy season so you can't run outside so I just sit. I can't I can't exercise. I get sort of Mopey and then in the rain doesn't help and it just sort of turns into this weird snowball depressive effect but not anymore got got that on the way This Friday we're having another cocktail Quarantine Q. and A. Session. Last week's theme was the Pajama Jama. Jammed this week's theme is cocktail attire. We're actually going to dress up People have contacted me saying they missed dressing up. They must putting on their face. They miss doing their hair. So we're GONNA do that. We're going to have a Hashtag where you can post pictures. We're all going to be on camera live. You CAN S. We're going to be answering your questions. as you send them in and we're going to be dressed up so it should be funny. Well you know we're all separate in different places but that should be good that's for patrons so we'll send out the link to patrons to your patron email the email you signed up for Patriot on with Midday Friday. So you'll have that and I can't thank you enough for all of your support. Your support and through Patriot allows us to keep going so appreciate that if you're able to do it if you're not no bigs we're here for you anyway and if you have anything you need to vent about or talk about or you're having issues coping with depression or anxiety or anything We're open Our our message boxes open. Send US an email. Hello at Muller. She wrote or Reach out to us on twitter and do our best to get to everybody and and you know if you just need a place to vent. We're here for that too We do have a lot of news to get to so. Let's hit the hot notes. Hot notes aren't you want to start with the numbers really briefly For you here's from Johns Hopkins Resource Center and on their website They are globally. Were almost up to one point. Five million cases with eighty two thousand deaths globally United States Is LEADING IN IN? The death of the number of deaths leading isn't the best word but we have the by far the most with almost four hundred thousand three hundred ninety six thousand not deaths. Excuse me confirmed cases Three Hundred Ninety six thousand two hundred twenty three next confirmed cases below us as Spain with one hundred and forty one so that's quite a difference. And our death toll is now approaching. Thirteen thousand We have four thousand nine deaths in New York City And of course very somber day for New York City. They had seven hundred deaths. Single biggest day for People passing away in New York City yesterday. And it's still going up Although there are there is a little bit Of showing that there may be perhaps reaching their apex so that is good news and then Johns Hopkins is now reporting the to- cases of recovered patients from from covert and. That's at twenty one thousand. Seven hundred sixty. Three here in the United States have recovered. I'm still looking for data on whether these folks can test positive twice because we heard stories coming out of Hong Kong that folks who had had and tested positive for krona virus. Were getting it again. Though symptom free they were still carriers and I like to see some studies done on our recovered patients here in the United States to see if they may be able to carry the virus but not be symptomatic. That would be Something I think Well worth knowing and there was another Press briefing and of course You know we watch them so you don't have to the theme for this. Press BRIEFING WAS TRUMP. Closed it down. He closed it down. He's the winner. He's the best because he closed it down. And he was referring to travel from China and Europe. And we're going to fact check that a little bit later. But he brought it up several times and he also talked about the World Health Organization. Being the bad guy. That's China centric. And they tried to stop him from being awesome in closing it down And and closed it down. Seemed to be the key phrase that he kept hammering home as we know he's very about repetition for his misinformation so that it sticks It's harder to make lies stick so you have to repeat the Multiple Times Found she was absent again Brooke Burke was there Along with pens. But we didn't get to hear from them they cut away after trump. They do the air trump and then they cut away for everyone else although. I don't trust Berkshire pens either but still And then during during this press briefing trump bragged about the dollar. And then you should all over everyone else's currency saying ours is the best. The dollar is the best Then he was asked about the Peter Navarro memo. And I'll talk about this a little bit later in the show but briefly Peter Navarro Guitars for Jane's addiction and host of the television show. Ink Master circulated a memo it. No I'm kidding This is Peter Navarro Not Dave Navarro. Anyway Peter Navarro Conservative Economic Fox News the advisor to trump. He circulated a memo to the White House in January outlining the emergent nature of the epidemic. Saying it could cost six trillion dollars. Which it has and half a million American lives. We have the two point two trillion dollar stimulus plus four trillion extra in paper release for for the banks. And but it's half a million lives and that memo leaked to the Washington Post and when trump was asked about it he denied having seen it or even heard about it he never heard about it and you never saw it back in January but he says although at that time I was closing it down. I was closing down travel from China. He said you. I spoke to Navarro about the memo today And he said maybe he'll look at it later. He'll look at the memo later but he only spoke to him about it for the first time today when you called and asked if he wrote a memo and then he also started talking about the World Health Organization and how the World Health Organization botched everything. We tried to stop him from being awesome and closing it. All down shutting down all the travel that he shut down which saved so many lives and as a follow up. The reporter said Actually you are downplaying. The virus when that memo was circulated saying the virus would go away within a couple of days and cases would go down to zero. And trump responded. I couldn't quite understand what was trying to say but he said look. The cases didn't build up for a while. But I'm a cheerleader for the country. I don't want to create havoc or shock. And then he talked about his closing it down again which he didn't do. I'll talk about that a little bit. More later But he he then admitted he downplayed it so he wouldn't scare us all but then later he talks about how he didn't downplay it in fact when he when he called it the flu it was you know he said the flu is worse when he talked about how many people died from the flu. And this will just be a flu like thing. He tried to convince everyone that when he what he meant was it's going to be very very serious. Because the for the nineteen eighteen nineteen seventeen. He always called. Nineteen seventeen pandemic was a flu and that was really bad so he wasn't downplaying it. He was trying to tell us. I guess in Code that it was very serious by just comparing it to afl when we know he was talking about seasonal flu. He said he again. And see the memo. He said he wouldn't have changed his response. Had He seen the memo He said he couldn't have done it any better than he already has. And when he closed down travel he was acting on his own instinct. Not a memo. No one told him anything he saw. No memo I don't know of your memo. He I have an instinct. I did it Nanny talked about a call with Biden. He had he said it lasted for fifteen minutes. Which is weird. And then he said Biden head called him a racist for banning travel from China and now a trump said Biden is admitting he was wrong. Trump was right. I don't think that happened. We'll see what Biden has to say about it Then trump said he wanted to freeze funding to the World Health Organization. Because they got it all wrong and when asked about it when asked a follow up about freezing the pausing the aid to the World Health Organization? He said he didn't say that. I didn't say that. Said we were going to look at it but he did say that he also attacked pretty much. Every inspector general that worked under Obama and then when asked about Wisconsin nights and who would be responsible if anyone if people die because they had to wait in line to vote and trump said all I did was endorse a candidate and now all of a sudden they care about safety Him He says he knows nothing about lines. People WAITING IN LINE. He knows nothing about that or any danger or whatever just a total deflection Then he said you'll have to ask the Democrat. The Democrat Governor in Wisconsin You have to ask him. Give him a call and ask him. That's his problem. If people die voting and he failed he said Trump said I won Wisconsin in two thousand sixteen. And I'll win it again In Two thousand twenty and it's just weird because the governor tried to work with Republicans over and over again to keep the people safe tried mail in. They wouldn't do mail. And they shut down at every angle and trump only one wisconsin by the way if by a few thousand votes and I still don't have confidence in in the legitimacy of that election anyhow and then this is an interesting part. Someone asks trump if you're so against mail in voting or vote by mail. Why did you mail in your ballot in the last election? And he said well. Because you're allowed to which I thought was hilarious And then finally one American network was there Standing up in the back because this is this is the news organization that the White House Correspondents Association banned from the room for showing up and standing up in the back when she didn't have a seat because they're trying to socially distance and he called on her standing up in the back and she Teed him up for the payroll tax cut question. What are you gonNA do about a payroll tax cut? He said it would be a great thing for the country. He wants it to be permanent It would save money for businesses. It would give more money to workers and it would. I want that to be permanent with the Democrats are stopping it and the reason the Democrats are stopping. It is because that defends social security Medicare. That's where all that comes from. And so that's that's basically his. That's his way of defunding those programs He didn't he didn't mention that though. Just mentioned that It would be you know Americans would have so much more money and It would be permanent and beautiful and tremendous so. That's what's going on with that. And with that. He ended the press conference he finished with O. N. And then and then walked out and then pence got up and they cut away from pence but some some of the key factor. I wanted to talk about that. I was mentioning before the key factor in today's briefing. I when asked why he downplayed the corona virus by saying it's only a flick a flu like I said he tried to convince everyone he wasn't downplaying. He was saying serious because the worst pandemic our was a flu. So now he's just full on denying. He downplayed the importance of the urgency of the virus. Or The you know. Just downplayed the severity. And then there was what he said about pausing funding for World Health Organization. He said he would pause funding and then when asked about it in a follow up. A reporter was like in regards to you. Pausing the funding for the World Health. And he's I never said that. I never said I was going to stop. I never your you know. And he was mad at the fake news media and then of course when railing against vote by mail which he did by the way he said it was rife with fraud. And there's zero evidence of that. He said he heard of people in living rooms filling out fake ballots hundreds of fake ballots to fix elections. That is not a thing and if it were his the voter fraud agency. He created wouldn't have been shut down for finding no voter fraud. I have a feeling that if that were happening that would be a thriving organization and then he also repeatedly mentioned how great he has for shutting down travel for Europe. But he didn't really he shut down travel for a handful of countries and for certain groups of people but he exempted US citizens permanent residents in their family members etc and he also talked about banning travel from China but as we know about forty thousand people flew in from China after trump and post his restriction so there was no complete shutdown for travel from Europe or China there were thousands tens of thousands of people who still traveled to the United States from those regions. These shutdowns that fixed everything so That IS THE VIRUS UPDATE. And we'll be right back. I have more news and stuff is flown under the radar. So stick around. We'LL BE RIGHT BACK. These messages beaver. 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Cheney who absolutely love and Conor O'Brian at Politico President Donald Trump has up ended the panel a federal watchdogs seeing the implementation of the two point two trillion dollar corona virus law tapping a replacement for the Pentagon official who was supposed to lead the effort so per the rescue bill. A panel of inspectors general. Had named Glenn Fine. Who is the acting Pentagon Inspector General to head up the oversight of the Corona Virus Relief Fund so all the inspectors general on this panel of oversight panelists picked a leader and they picked Glenn? Fine who is the acting Pentagon Inspector General? He's going to head up. The oversight of the Corona Virus Relief Fund but trump decided to remove him from his job as as the inspector general at the Pentagon and instead installed the EPA Environmental Protection Agency Inspector General to serve in that capacity now. A trump didn't directly. Fire Him as the head of oversight for pandemic relief instead he removed him as the Inspector General at the Pentagon which therefore disqualified him from the position because the law requires the head of the stimulus watchdog panel to be a current inspector general. This removal comes amid a new war on inspectors general by trump as we know last Friday night he removed the Intelligence Community Inspector General Atkinson. Who was the official that forward? The Ukraine whistleblower complaint Congress trump's targeting of Atkinson drew and unusual rebuke. From Michael Horowitz Department of Justice Inspector General who also oversees a Council of inspectors? General Horowitz said Atkinson handle the whistle blower matter appropriately and defended the broader inspector general community Beans on Horowitz. Getting the axe after this statement and in fact I've heard rumors I have no proof yet. There's no sourcing reporting on the saw from Any mainstream outlets but There are now seven names. I think that of Inspector General that trump has submitted to have removed all from the Obama holdovers or prior But people who worked under Obama at all whether they got there before or not Then we talked yesterday about his attacks on Christie Grim. That's the health and Human Services Inspector General during his task force misinformation briefing on Monday saying her report was wrong. It's wrong She was an Obama person when in actuality she became the Inspector General of Health and Human Services under trump. Just this past January and has worked for the federal government since nineteen ninety nine Her report wasn't an OP. Ed It was a survey of three hundred twenty three hospitals where the top issues they were facing our lack of testing equipment for corona virus and lack of P p. e. so trump even referred to it as another fake dossier in a tweet that also referred to Grimm's tenure during the Obama Administration So I doubt groom will be her job much longer either. But what's most alarming about trump being on the warpath against Truth and oversight aside from the purge of people is the deafening silence from Republican lawmakers. It's crickets on that side of the aisle now. Democrats on the other hand are speaking of vehemently about the dismantling of the independent oversight within the government House oversight Chairman Carolyn Maloney Democrat from New York accused the president of engage in quote in an assault against independent inspectors general since last Friday in order to undermine oversight of his chaotic and deficient response to the corona virus crisis. He's actually been doing this for a long time. I know that the depart VHS Inspector General is acting and then it was on his way out and he hasn't been replaced and he's just hobbling offices of Inspector General Everywhere The VA inspector general It's he's really. Got It out for anybody. Who's not on his side and basically anyone who tells the truth is not on his side and basically inspectors general. Tell the truth. That's their job is to limit or go after or report Waste fraud and abuse within the Federal Government which we want we want that. So who did trump put in? Charge a stimulus oversight. Well they have to pick a new person. The panel of inspectors general has to pick a new person but this person that he put in charge of the Pentagon or the Department the Department of Defense inspector. General's office is Sean. O'donnell he's he's also the inspector general from the Environmental Protection Agency. He'll be dual hatted. He'll be providing oversight for the EPA and the corona virus stimulus. Bill why on Earth would president won a stretch so thin somebody providing oversight at the Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Defense and I mean the decision to have them Simultaneously Monitor? The DOD is raising alarms among environmental advocates worry oversight of the EPA could suffer as a result and it will and that's by design Don't think for one second that it's not and the new corona virus law includes multiple layers of oversight the most powerful which is the panel of inspectors general given wide latitude to probe any aspect of the implementation of the stimulus package And fine was named by fellow inspectors. General the PE- in to lead that panel last week. Now his colleagues will have to make a new selection as I said and according to politico find had been the acting Pentagon watchdog since early twenty sixteen after joining the Defense Department. Inspector General's office in two thousand fifteen during the Obama Administration so either this is trump's way to stymie. The oversight of the stimulus or purge Obama administration inspectors general or both kill two birds right and fine was also the pre previously the Justice Department's Inspector General from two thousand to twenty eleven spanning three administrations for both parties. But he happened to work under Obama. So he's got to go and the Osmond who has been nominated to take over as the permanent Pentagon inspector general in a senior policy adviser with US Customs Border Protection so this there is a permanent nominee to take over the Pentagon inspector. General's his last name is abandoned. Aby Indeed he's been nominated and currently is a senior policy adviser like I said with Border Patrol Cb P But the Senate is out of session until April twentieth at least and the shorten election year. Calendar we'll give the Senate armed services pretty much no time to confirm abend meaning. O'donnell may be in for an extended. Stay at the. Pentagon while he's dual hatted as the EPA inspector general. I'm certain that is also by design and as we speak. Tens of thousands of Wisconsin is or lined up six feet apart wearing masks holding signs. Saying this is ridiculous in lines that stretched for blocks and blocks to vote in that state's local and Democratic Party primary elections because despite governor evers efforts to postpone the election amid the pandemic Republicans insisted the election Moscow forward in person voting must go forward and the conservative Wisconsin. Supreme Court agreed six to two and eventually the conservative United States Supreme Court agreed to but not without Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Having her say she wrote a scathing dissent about this decision. So from Nick Visser of Huffington Post last night Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg excoriated her conservative colleagues over their decision to deny Wisconsin Democrats request to extend the deadline for absentee voting in the state's election on Tuesday despite concerns over the ongoing corona virus pandemic in a five four vote on Monday. The Supreme Court's Conservative bloc refused to extend the absentee voting deadline by six days saying instead all mail in ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday and receive by April thirteenth. Democrats have pleaded with the courts to give more leeway to voters as Cova nineteen wreaks havoc around the nation infecting obviously more than three hundred sixty six thousand people It's higher higher now and killing more than ten thousand in political but now we know it's almost thirteen thousand. The Nation's top public health officials have urged Americans to practice social. Visiting trump has urged Americans to practice practice social distancing and to remain at home as much as possible Directives that run counter. These are the directives that run counter to the you know entering a crowded polling place. So it's it's very interesting that on one hand the Republicans finally have come around to saying you know we have to do these thirty day. guidelines that pence holds up every press conference. And now nope but go vote. You have to vote today so just very very contradictory also very unsafe. Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Who was joined in her dissent by the other? Three liberal justices says her conservative colleagues decision to see the election proceed as planned would effectively strip many with continents of their right to vote through no fault of their own Quote the question here is whether tens of thousands of thousands of Wisconsin citizens can vote safely in the midst of a pandemic With the majority's stay in place with the with the majority's stay in place. That will not be possible. Either they will have to brave the polls endangering their own and other safety or they will lose their right to vote through no fault of their own This is a matter of utmost importance to the constitutional rights of Wisconsin citizens the integrity of the state selection process and in this most extraordinary time the health of the nation. The Wisconsin Election Commission reported Monday. That forty three percent of absentee ballots already requested had not yet been returned. She says quote while I do not doubt the good faith in my colleagues but she says while I do not doubt the good faith of my colleagues. The court's order. I fear will result in massive disenfranchisement. voter cannot deliver for postmarking for for a ballot. She has not yet received yet. Tens of thousands of voters who timely requested ballots are unlikely to receive them by April seventh. And that's the courts postmark deadline. So these what she's saying is the people who requested absentee ballots. Aren't even going to get them in time to turn them in by the deadline. Disenfranchising tens of thousands of Wisconsin nights at the same time Wisconsin's highest court blocked another effort by government. Governor Evers to postpone all in person voting. We talked about that yesterday and they did that. In a four two decision Both liberal justices dissented and the move came just fourteen hours before the polls were set to open fourteen hours. That's just it's democracy or death and it's very it's it's what a terrible choice to have to put somebody to make someone for someone to make through no fault of their own. As Ginsberg said Ben Wycoff Wisconsin's Democratic Party said the court's decision would be etched in history and potentially result in many deaths quote the Supreme Court of the United States legislated from the bench today following. Trump's team was orders and writing new election law to disenfranchise untold thousands of Wisconsin voters and Co sign and a number of an unknown number of Wisconsin. It's to their deaths. That's what Ben Weicker said Scopus the Conservative members though said such concerns had already been addressed claiming they even that even an ordinary elections. Absentee ballots are usually received on the day before the day of the election. So hey voter. Disenfranchisement is normal. You should be fine with it as what the conservative court says quote this. The sense rhetoric is entirely misplaced in completely overlooks. The fact that the deadline for receiving ballots already extended to accommodate Wisconsin voters from April seventh to April thirteenth. So tough shit says a conservative court. Really set you up to be quite worried about November and I think the best I can tell you to do is to call your local voter registrar and say. What's the plan? What's our plan and work together Reach out to other people in your community and Organiz do it digitally and make phone calls and try to find out if your vote is protected. It's so important. It's it's the most important thing I can think of in these times Is Our voice. And how desperately the? Republicans want to suppress it. We'll be right back. I have an interview with Frank Lucy on the other side of this break. He's incredible Former assistant director of the FBI pointed to counterintelligence had a counterintelligence the FBI. By Bob. Mueller himself. 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That's zebra dot com slash. The daily beans spelled T. H. E. Z. E. R. A. dot com slash daily beans. Start SAVING TODAY ZEBRA DOT com slash daily means and joining us today to discuss what the president knew and when he knew it to coin a phrase is former. Fbi Assistant Director and NBC National News. National Security Contributor Frank Figliuzzi Frank. Thanks for agreeing to speak with me today. Of course I'm happy to join so I was watching you Talk with Nicole Wallace. A little bit ago about trump's vendetta against inspectors general and. I wanted to speak with you a little bit about that in a in a minute but I You tweeted earlier this morning. About a memo. That was circulated by trump's economic advisor. Peter Navarro that warned the White House in January that corona virus could cost six trillion dollars and half million American lives in. Your tweet said think the evidence in trump's last impeachment was powerful. How about negligent homicide and I have a couple of questions for you I. Can you tell us what kind of? Guy Peter Navarro is. I mean is he like a deep state? Left-wing Washington Post reading kind of guy or not so much. Well I think. Look I don't know Peter Navarro personally so I'm like you. I'm I'm stuck with the public record on Navarro and and I think the verdict is still the jury's still out on viral but everything he seems to reflect is real loyalty to trump and I think you know sometimes sometimes people do the right thing for the wrong reasons some pot sometimes bad people do good things and I think in this case there's evidence which prompted my tweet. There's evidence that Navarro saw the data. He's a bright guy as we've learned he's a PhD. He saw the data. He saw a threat he presented to the to the president and if the reporting is correct he put it in writing here. We are with an inadequate response. Yeah a hundred percent agree and about the negligent homicide part. You have vast experience not not just with prosecution and with the FBI but having been the assistant director of the FBI appointed by. Bob Muller to counterintelligence and Bob Muller as a homicide guy from what I from what I understand Tell us what negligent homicide is and if trump could even possibly be investigated for it. Sure well the second question is going to be the more complicated one. The first part is easy. So let's let's just quickly walked through the three elements of negligent homicide. I is that in the case of the case trump or a corporate CEO and that analogy works. Well and explain why you have a duty to act and you are grossly negligent in failing to act on that duty. Okay so I think it's easily agreed upon that. The president has a duty to preserve the health and safety the United States and the duties there and then we get into the issue of gross gross negligence and failure to act in a grossly negligent matter. And let's say that we were to define grossly negligent as being warned by multiple intelligence briefers and even an economic advisor that a major deadly pandemic was coming your way and that you had some lead time to take action. Well we don't see that kind of lead action. In fact by most reporting we've got a seven day delay any serious action to protect us and the time that he. The president was first notified of the of the coming threat. So we don't see for example a stocking up of the national stockpile. We don't see an assessment of what might be needed for this type of virus. We don't see an all hands on deck call with the governors and with department homeland security and with CDC. We see no evidence of that. In fact we're beginning to see more and more evidence of inaction and ignorance for those warning him the threat so I would say the first element duty to act and a gross negligence in failing to act is present. Let's go to the second element that means that your failure to act is reasonably likely to cause bodily injury or death. Well I would assert that if you fail to act and you've been warned that you must act that you're gonNA reasonably know that your failure to act is going to cause people to get really sick and likely even died based on what's happening for example in China move onto the last element third element that in fact. Your failure to act does in fact result in bringing about death or serious bodily injury. And you say well. What does that mean? That's sounds good. 'cause relationship a causal relationship so the law the law says about causing death or serious. Is that your inaction was a substantial factor in bringing about death so you could easily make an argument that that his failure to act was a substantial factor in x number of extra lives being lost. That did not have to be lost where I come from on this. You mentioned Bob. Muller was a homicide prosecutor where I come from this. My personal experience is for periods of my time. I oversaw large teams of white collar. Corporate Fraud Squad's in the FBI. And I am telling you that in a heartbeat the FBI would open a case on a corporate CEO or senior executive who through warning gross in action failure to comply with his duty to act brought about death or serious bodily harm. It's happened over and over again in say healthcare fraud cases at the hospital and clinic level. It's happened in environmental crimes and legal dumping. It's happened in hazardous materials being transported on major airlines that resulted in death. It's almost a no brainer that you'd open that case up and that that's what prompted. My response was the corporate how we would treat a corporate. Ceo and if you view your president as a corporate CEO in fact. That's what he ran on. He was a businessman. Then I think we should be applying that's-that's standard. Yeah I know. We learned from Andrew McCabe all about the criteria for the F. B. I. Opening Investigation You know when we were going over the Miller report and If memory serves from covering the more investigation we all know From the Federal Criminal Justice Manual. That you have you know about being able to obtain and maintain a conviction. But isn't it harder to prove? I mean. Well I should ask. Is it in a negligent homicide cases. Hard to prove like some of the white collar crime insider trading that you've that you've dealt with or is it is it. Is it easier? Harder is easier because I know that the the tough for to prove a lot of these white collar cases look white collar crime at this level actually accusing a company or corporation or CEO of of causing death service bodily harm. That's that's serious stuff. It's complex stuff. But there's there's good reason to believe that this could happen And here's why there's there's a written record of every single briefing so bad news. Good news bad news for trump Is that he works in the White House where everything is meticulously recorded. Intelligence briefers document their briefing material There's been a leak already of Navarro's Emails are written briefings. So that's on record. The bad news is for for us for anyone. Trying to seek justice in this would be that we're talking about the president of the United States. We're talking about this president and we're clearly not going to see any effort to bring him to justice on this in this administration. The question is whether could come later. And I would assert that you're going to see the kinds of commissions and hearings and evidence gathering that we saw for example post nine eleven where where we learned the truth that the warnings were there that that that the White House had been briefed. This guy named Bin Laden is trying to hurt us and some things in the works. And the chatters there and it's coming at US And assuming the statute of limitations is five years for this sort of thing As a civilian. I think that gives that only gives about a four month window for this kind of thing. I'm assuming they're GONNA toll that statute of limitations just because he's president So it's very important that everybody get out and vote right. Yeah I mean look. We are the purest form of justice would be to vote and have the offender removed from any possibility of causing further. Harm and to make the corporate analogy. We often in complex white collar. Cases will end up settling right with a major company. That's GonNa try to try to write a big check. He's going to help the victims right. This happens all the time in the justice system and we we just come to an agreement that look corporations are tough to put in prison. Right are people. Are they not people who's responsible you got a board of Directors Blah Blah Blah? And you end up in some kind of negotiated settlement look are negotiated settlement for as a nation would be to vote this guy out Yeah like you said nothing is likely to happen. Under this administration and so getting resignation as part of some sort of settlement is probably like like how like what happened to Spiro. Agnew is probably not in the cards right so I want to just add though that on this evidence issue right on the fact that there is documented evidence. I I hate to bring this up. Because we're going through a hell of a week as a nation here and and it's not anywhere near over but the efforts to fire inspectors. General is is in a sense. I think we're this is going is is actually more obstruction of justice. And I know people are going to cringe at this statement but when you see the president firing. Somebody like removing from his office. Glenn fine as he did in the last twenty four hours The inspector general over the stimulus package right. He happens to be sitting at Defense as inspector general but he was named by the Community of Jeez to oversee the compliance involving the the stimulus package for corona. Well trump heard that. There's a guy that's going to overlook how he spends the money he got rid of Glenn. Fine we now see the attacks on the HHS inspector general who had the audacity to do what issue a report saying she talked to over three hundred hospital administrators. Who said they still don't have the supplies they need and we saw him lash out and I predict eventually. She'll be gone as well. Why bring that up? It hurts my evidence chain when I when I see someone literally. Suppressing evidence in a case by case. I mean what we've just been talking about. I think we're seeing we're watching in real time in obstruction and suppression of evidence. I believe that. Let's let's go to the Intelligence Community Inspector General Atkinson who is now forced out. Why do I think that's linked to what we're talking about? Because I believe that the brief I on the on a global pandemic threat intelligence community have queued up to say I briefed the White House on this date and this time I wrote this paper on global pandemic it was ignored and I think part of seeing Atkinson fired is the concern that they're more whistleblowers coming with regard to corona virus. Yeah and that kind of That concept of the totality of the evidence was pretty much the foundation of the Muller Obstruction case as well. I know we went over that a lot on our podcast. So that makes a lot of sense. you're talking about this you know pattern of suppression of evidence. I I wouldn't even. I would be surprised if his anything before that. The suppression of evidence in Ukraine is in Ukraine scandal depression suppression of evidence in investigation also played a role in putting together a pattern of behavior there. But one last thing before I let you go. You had to Nicole Wallace. That you thought presidential pardons might becoming next. Why is that because I see a pattern? Look to the extent that past performance indicator of future conduct. We know that he is going to be exploiting this moment. In our history this moment of crisis for his own aggrandizement for is to progress. His own agenda we've seen the firing of the IG's and and he we saw just before the virus remember we saw the groundwork being laid whether it was the pardon or commutation of sentence for the governor of Illinois. Whether was throwing things out about. Pete rose should be pardoned and joined the hall of fame. We saw him. Beginning to lay the groundwork for pardons we saw him mention Mike. Flynn for example. Right and I'm telling you that if this crisis goes on he's going to continue to exploit it he's going to continue with the the ground were keepers laying and we're going to see pardons of whether it's stone or flynn or others he's going to. She's going to seize the moment right or both and Manafort. Yeah I completely understand that Well I appreciate you coming on talking to us today. Former assistant director of the FBI NBC National Security Contributor Frank Figliuzzi. Thanks again for agreeing to speak with me today. Say Gee stay healthy everybody. It's Aga this final segment of daily beans is brought to you by ritual. I try to do the right thing. My body healthy in the long run but no matter how hard we try. They're still GONNA be gaps in my diet no matter what I do and I most likely not getting all the essential nutrients need on a daily basis. And that's why I want to talk to you about ritual. The obsessively research vitamin for women rituals essentials have the nutrients most of us. Don't get enough of from food all in their clean absorbable forms. There's no additives. No shady at no weird ingredients just too easy to take capsules to provide nine essential nutrients. 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She she made a valiant effort but she's falling apart not much. I mean I think we work so much better talking about good news and happy stuff so I'll go first first. I you know Thomas. Moseley the acting secretary of the Navy who flew eight hundred miles down to duke to Guam to bad mouth the captain of the Roosevelt after he had been unceremoniously ousted much to the chagrin of the crew They gave him a really Warm sendoff off when he was lead disembarking chanting his name and and very supportive. And and that's how it always you know in the navy and so this you know. And he he's nuke. Captain Crozier was a new. I went to school. He went to school. it's very difficult school very smart intelligent and super great guy and and then here we have mode who was like a junior helicopter pilot so he's flies down there bad mouths the captain of the ship to the ship's crew. You could hear people in the background. Going what the fuck and he. He was forced today to apologize. That was the first news that we got was that he apologized. And then in the afternoon it turns out he resigned. He resigned his position so he is gone. So I'm very happy about this. Do you think it's fair to say that was purely from shame? I don't know what motivated him to resign if he resigned. Or if Maybe the you know somebody else in the Pentagon was like. You gotta go Bro. Or if I you know if trump had anything to do with it I have no idea. I guess we might learn You know in the coming days but you know all in all. I'm just glad he's gone. He was terrible. Yeah me too. That's a quick moving storyline to over the last week. Yeah I think somebody high up at the Pentagon somebody high up in the Navy Like the person Gill Day who opposed the quick firing of Crozier and was overridden by me. I think maybe he probably lobbied to get him to resign. And and I think maybe a lot of high high level officials in the Navy agreed at the Pentagon Department of Justice and also gone also gone today Stephanie. Grisham right weird. Yeah she's just she's gone Probably to start her career with Fox News as every other former press secretary maybe will go on dancing with the stars like like spicy did. That'd be amazing. If trump tries to blame the poor outward facing response on his press secretary that never hosted a single press conference I know I know not one and you know you could actually have six entire seasons of dancing with the stars with former trump Press a impress people insane. That'd be interesting. Dancing with former White House. Plays God. Who the hell's GonNa Watch that. It is exclusively a Fox program and also I wanted to talk a little bit about New Zealand. I know yesterday we were talking about Prime Minister of New Zealand calling the Easter Bunny and the tooth fairy essential employees and to you know let kids know that they would still be doing their job. They'd still be out control. They might not make it to every house you know just. She came up on my radar with her handling of the shooting the mass shooting in New Zealand and her amazing handling of that situation and now they New Zealand has one corona virus deaf and they have completely smashed the curb. The curve didn't even exist in New Zealand so I just you know hats off to whatever you know. Whatever they're doing down there. I wish I wish our government would take take note of of of their response to this pandemic. Yeah She. I definitely had a leader in V with her more than once. Yeah that's what that's what happens when you put a woman in charge I know seriously I think I think you said that Either in a text exchanger on our facebook group but yeah totally. Yeah Yeah Manda said that I think yes that was that was mandy redeem all right. You have our listener. Good news stories and I guess a couple of quarantine confessions what do you have? Eso? I'll start with our good news. We got a bunch of good news first. One is from Pearson. She says msw patron in the indivisible organizer. Here's some good news. Good News. Is that a coalition of progressive groups including indivisible dem cast. Npa resists is going to organize our first digital rally. We're rolling out details today. We're holding digital event on Friday April tenth from eight to nine PM Eastern. The topic of the event is trump's. Awful mishandling of this pandemic response. We are asking participants to take a picture of themselves wearing a mask if they have one. In holding a sign that reads trump's Cova vid fails and then to tweet it out between eight to nine. Pm on Friday Or shared on a designated facebook post using the Hashtag Hashtag trump's cove fails and we'd like them to tweet with what they think. Terms worst blunder has been along with that image. So just a good good. It's like It's like a good hate. Rally almost would live for. That's amazing. I listen that I love it too. It's nice to event you know. We can't march so digitally digitally March. And I'm glad indivisible I leave it to indivisible what incredible organization leave it to them to find out find a way to digitally organize a rally. Yes and I just WanNa make it very clear. Obviously I use the word hate a very different sense than when we talk about. Actual hate filled rallies. But this I love because people need to get together and it's it's tough. It's tough finding people you know. You don't want to like maybe ruminated on it on your own all the time or you don't WanNa share it with the person that you're living with or something so it's good to have a space where you can come and just kind of vent about this stuff because there are so many things that are vent worthy indeed. Indeed there are. Yes our next from Cynthia She says thank you so much for all you do to help. Make the world a better place as you know. The extrovert capital of America New Orleans has been hit really hard by the Cova crisis and as a city that is relying on the hospitality industry for much of our income. It's been really devastating for many people. Here fortunately we also have an amazingly creative community and all kinds of amazing responses have occurred to help people and businesses out. I have several friends who are cooking seafood and delivering it to healthcare workers homes on Fridays traditional during the lent season in this Catholic city and an awesome drag queen friend who has started hosting town hall meetings on Facebook to provide emotional support for affected community members. One of our more Esoteric Mardi gras crews. I believe that's out said K. R. E. W. E. S. or. Is that a word that I don't know I don't know it. I WanNa say Cruz has started taking donations to buy food at local restaurants for healthcare workers and has so far raised more than one hundred thousand dollars. I think that says it might be cutting off but I think that's one hundred. Yeah Oh yeah. Yeah one hundred thousand dollars. That's insane and local musicians are doing front porch concerts and serenading neighbors. My feet is full musician. Friends performing for anyone interested the New Orleans jazz museums facebook and instagram pages. Have done a great job tracking and posting these. If you WANNA take a look that is so cool I will definitely be following All of this group very cool. Yeah that's great. We got a good news story yesterday. Much like that one where they're working together to raise money. I think using the NEXTDOOR APP to To buy food from local businesses to give to frontline workers healthcare workers etc. I think they were up to twenty five thousand and that's just in their little neighborhood so I love these programs. This is a really good idea. It's something you can organize where you are. This is really cool And then I will do one. More from our from our first block This is from anonymous on our long quarantine walks filled bags with roadside trash to clean up our little corner of the world safely wearing gloves. Using grabber I love this one because anybody can do that If they are able I should say anybody. If you're safe willing able and then you know that's a pretty on the ground thing to do and it makes a big difference that is. That's that's a really good idea. I used to do that like when I was in high school and college. We'd go out have a beach pickup day or whatever and now you can't don't go to the beach but like just walking around your neighborhood picking up trash while you know while you're out doing your daily walk getting some fresh air again. Don't go to parks. Don't go to the beach or anything but what. I just think it's cool. A little local cleanup stuff reminds me of Leslie. Nope yeah yes. Very Adamant and dedicated to her local spot in the world. When she's in like waiters up to her knees in the Ponti River like picking up trash and shit. I'm here for the Ponti River Cleanup. And it's just her and boots like cleaning up the river so funny. Gosh she's so good. What a great show. What a great show you if you if you're looking for something to binge parks and rec is where it's at absolutely. It's it's like that and I know. Are you the one? That's not a huge fan of the office. I forget yeah I think parks and REC is much better than the office. And you and I had this conversation whereas when I watch the office I just felt like I was at work. Yeah yeah that's right but I feel like they're filmed very similarly so they are both of their senses of humor. Essentially it's just taking taking workplaces that could be otherwise mundane but obviously the characters are so rich and fruitful at that. It's so fun to watch that stuff. yeah that one that one veep is another great example of government show? Yeah I just started watching that because you live so good and of course thirty rock which is not a government organization but it is a major corporation. That's pretty great to and everything Tina Fey and amy poehler touches. Just gold so yeah. It really is a side note on office things to forget that. I mentioned the thing. John Kuczynski is doing called. Some good news have talked about that. Yes we do that okay. Cool just WanNa make sure everyone check that out. There was an amazing second episode thing that happens at the end and it has to do with Hamilton. There's a little girl who didn't get to see Hamilton and Jonkers inskeep. Does this amazing amazing thing for her. That is like I was just sitting there staring with my jaw. The floor like tears welling up was so cool so everybody who John. Tell everybody who. He is Yes jonkers and skis demand. That plays Jim Howard of Jim and Pam in the office. Yes yes the tall gangly goofy man. Yeah and he has a good news network right some some good yes senator. Yeah she isn't it. Oh some good news. Sgi I knew there was an ESA in there. Wasn't he s in good news network exactly so. He took it upon himself to compile all this good news and do like a fifteen minute videos with random guests. Robert Deniro has a cameo in the second one he's into episodes but if you look them up it's just dedicated to good vibes and it's short quick and fun and it's just it's nice. It's really nice to see celebrities coming out and doing stuff like that Yeah I have although I have good news block jealousy because he we doing it before because we don't have deniro. We were doing it before but like you know we don't we don't get Deniro and art good news block. So yes I now that is. That's a tough one match. He's only in it for literally one sentence though so who knows we might be able to get in a throw us. A sentence doesn't reach out. I'll reach out to my three celebrity friends and see who I can get. Yeah we can get a dealer celebrity to say a paragraph or a B list celebrity. Maybe say a word we can. I think we could make we could make something happen. Maybe I'll just buy it on cameo. Were Part Shitty. Hey Stormy Daniels. Can you just say our neighborhood program? Raise twenty five thousand dollars to buy food for. Healthcare workers have yes that was so close to me. I bet she's on there too. That'd be so freaking awesome. Oh God is on their Andy McCabe. I wonder if he's on Cam. You know I doubt it you happy birthday. Hope you're being and making good choices. This is an even game to break the law fatherly cameo appearance so good oh Okay the next section from good news. This is new. This is apparently from our listeners. Who requested this? And I love this idea and Amanda put it into the works and it's called quarantine confessions so she She put out a call for funny stories that come from quarantine and you all answered so let's hear some of those first ones from anonymous They say after the houses asleep by sneak out the garage to eat from the last leave of a thin mints that I have hidden in the big freezer only one clear night and I savor it like a drag from Hobart cigarette. I nearly got caught Sunday night by my husband but quickly made up a story about looking for ground Turkey in the freezer. I only have two left and I'm rationing them out for my sanity. What am I going to do when they run out? You can get them delivered now But I I have to say though if you're if you call an anonymous. I don't know how much of a confession that is really. Yeah that's yeah. I was just going to say they were. There really committed to this submitting as anonymous. There's no way in hell their families finding out they'll go to the grave with the secret so funny. That is so great. It's like post secret but corentin secret. Yes definitely I think So funny and relatable because thin mints. They're so light and airy it's so easy for some asshole in your house to just eat a bunch of them now you put them in the hands of someone responsible like this. They're having one day one night. Savoring it treating them responsibly. So good on. Yeah abyss ICEE. I consider a serving of thin mints to be a Tube. You Tube of thin mints so I know. They're so good okay. That was very funny next from Curtis Curtis says each day that goes by without a shower. I am amazed at how stench actually grows exponentially which is so true. It's I think I'm wondering I one day one day one smells like day. One day two smells like day in day. Three smells like day thirties. Yes yeah exactly. Which are time periods? You haven't yet made into but you can only imagine it's far down the way because it should not be this pet that is that's how I feel like You know there's no reason for us to not take showers really unless you know maybe you're trying to conserve for another reason or something but in general you could just shower every day so I like that. We've all just universally agreed. We're not showering. Yeah Hey save the water right. Why why why put California new another drought when you know you don't have to? Yeah so funny. I have noticed that myself though but with native deodorant. You own smell for twenty four hours. I don't know what they're guarantee is that's her. The ad falls off. I like lavender and rose. That's my favorite center and they have all sorts of seasonal sense. And if you act mound fifteen percent I order needed deodorant dot com slash day. The beans and They can deliver it right to your door. Subscription service you save seventeen percent exchanges are free and easy and you can use your subscription anytime and the customer services immense. Thank you and these they actually. They aren't Oh my God. What have we become when our games of Improv Verges advertising? Did I tell you did I tell you Jordan I went and did Venice Underground A comedian before me. That went up before me was doing some crowd work and they found out that there were like six or seven marketing advertising agents in the crowd so my opening. I opened with an ad. Just didn't add read off the top of my head from the podcast. Never was looking at me like what? And then they sorta caught on and then it was by the end it was. It was pretty hilarious so funny. Yeah it's the gotTa do everyday so they're seared near brain this all right. This next one is from Karen. Karen says here by the way what happened with the whole Karen thing on twitter. Oh somebody said that Some Karen complained that it was a racist against white women to first of all that statement. Right there racist against white. Anyone is ridiculous but racist against white women to to to refer to somebody as Karen and everyone just jumped down her throat. Like people were like. Do you want to speak to the manager or like it was just it was it was like the epitome of privilege in just like come on. Karen. It's you know being a care and isn't isn't isn't the same. No so and there was a here and there was a Karen. She says as a Karen I would like to say that it's not racist and Y- You're absolutely an idiot. Thank you Karen. All these Karen responded it was pretty great. Oh God everyone knows it. Karen and everyone's Karen is Karen. You know it's so interesting how it works out that way. Who was the comedian? That's how come you never meet a baby named Karen or Nancy. Like where do they come from? Do they just? That's very true. They realize as as thirty two year old human resources manager. Yeah that's so weird. Or maybe like they were named Karen and their parents knew they would just go by K. Or something until they decided to assume the entirety of their name. Leave it up to them while Karen listeners are awesome. Karen's and we have one cool Chad. We have one good actually. We probably have multiple but we got because we would. We would call a group of fraternity brothers Chad of the collective now. We called him a Chad and we got an email from a guy named Chad. He's like. Hey I'm Chad I'm but you're right. Chads are assholes. I'm the one. Good Chad Oh. My God is Chad at short for like Chadwick every time or no. I don't think so Ex Husband's name is Chad. One of them one of my ex-husband's Chad And it wasn't short for anything. It was just Chad. Oh yeah look at that. It's a masculine given name of Anglo. Saxon origins the modernized form of the old English given name Cha Cha Cha it's Cheddar cheese. It's spelled C. E. A. D. D. A. Oh interesting it is also short form of Charles Chad with new d's that's an interesting deviation. Just the diesel away yeah. That's pretty. Oh No Chad oh please you can call me Chad. That's like Mitch Hedberg joke. He's got a girlfriend named Landon. An ex girlfriend named Lin and the old girlfriend spells her name with one end and the new girlfriend spells her name with two N.'s. And my my new girlfriend hates it when I call her by my old girlfriends name. She can tell because I kn- into long enough buddy. Good also chatter Ich. I didn't know that was the name and then Chedda wick amazing anyway from Karen. Karen says. Here's my latest colonel. Virus Confession wouldn't have happened otherwise with lots of spare time. I decided to decoder my entire house by cleaning out forgotten drawers and closets in order to give away extra stuff small problem charity intake stations or shutdown down all around town so now houses cluttered with stuff that used to be put neatly away oops That was nice. That's that's that's like half good. News have Corentin funnies. I like that all right in our final quarantine confession from Oden. I was really bored. And fiddling with many stapler during zoom law school class and I accidentally stapled my index fingers together. I don't know that anyone noticed but I hope that made someone's day better by telling you this. I have mixed three hours to that one. How do you manage to staple your index fingers together? I do you know my my sister. She stapled her finger once but it was too like something underneath. I don't know how you don't together using your feet. Oh that's terrifying. Maybe like I don't know. Oh God yeah that's true. No finger really. Has the dexterity necessary for for stabling? Are the strength right. I would really have to try to staple my index fingers together and I don't know that I could successfully do it. I'm impressed that he asked accidentally did. Yeah that tells you how boring that law school class was. He invented away to staple his own index evolution of motor skills. Came from how boring that was. That's so funny. Zoom law school. My God I wonder if it's still nerve wracking when the professors like Odin what do you have to say in She was paying attention. I was stable. My fingers together. Sorry the god of all gods the lead. God Odin stapled his fingers together today during zoom law. School Class News at six is that what? Odin is God. He's the Norse Zeus Hell. Yeah that's cool. Oh look at that. Yes the God of Wisdom Poetry Death Devastation and magic that's a good garden game magically stapled his fingers together. Yeah which one would that fall under magic. Maybe all right. That's all we got for the quarantine. Confessions and I have one. Oh yes perfect. I give your most for the kids know. They won't understand I gave myself. I gave myself a do it yourself home Brazilian with my ex husband's beard trimmer a God. How did that go? It was great. Oh good stick. Oh that's good and I hope he asked for it back in the divorce and uses it on his face. It's funny it's funny. How the origin of hair is for some reason. Something that people can't get over like if it's an eyebrow outlook an eyebrow hair gets on you so it's like oh how beautiful. Let me make a wish on it or whatever all you sick fuck it away from me. In fact it's funny but yeah I'm I'm glad that worked out. I think I have abandoned. I mean my my toenails at this point. I can like you know when people do that saying when they're waiting and they like tap on the they go like yes. Yes exactly. I can like do that with my toenails. Now I had to. I had to. I had to take off my Manicure from a couple of weeks ago and I gave myself a little home manicured. It's really sad. Release add these digits. Hard that Shit's impossible to do. Well I'm always like making myself bleeding. Should get dangerous quick. Yup I got an alley. I got an alley young. Yeah exactly and then one more when we're good news. This is an update to a good news that I had shared randomly in one of my self recorded notes but one of our listeners She's on twitter at Little Olive Lil. Sorry Lil Olive Eco. Exo She is the one who made six hundred masks on her. Oh yes so. She said that she got interviewed By city lab slash Bloomberg in an article called in the fight against current a virus. The makers have mobilized which is super cool. That's city dot com so I'll check that out our listeners. Making differences very cool ties nice to be recognized yes and our listeners are so engaged in active and compassionate and awesome. It's it's great to have all to have this whole look little community with Lil Olives Doing things also did. You might my friend Steve. My Co hosts. John I disagree. He which by the way direct upset today He said that there at eight o'clock where he's living in downtown. He can hear all the people that are going out on their balconies and flashing lights and Dj -ing and stuff for health workers which is really nice. That's awesome we had a somebody read in and say that People were howling out there. You know out on their porches and you could hear it in the neighborhood. They all go out at eight o'clock at night and they all how who saw cool. I love that yes but yeah to that finishes the Good News Block and I think the quarantine confession was very that is going to be. I'm really glad that you all had the idea to start this. Because this is a perfect time for confessions no one. You know your your loan. I feel like everyone's everyone's a little bit up to here in terms of needing social interaction. So I'm ready for some big bean see at spilled on these stories. The more embarrassing the better. I'm going to share some one stab. It'll be great. Yep and feel free to remain anonymous. It's total definitely like like a like a Catholic confession. They put the screen up. You can't see who it is. No one knows yeah. You get better confessions that way. Yes definitely all right. Well thank you for all that news. Any any final thoughts anything. You WanNA leave Leave everyone with No not currently Hope we're we're into a week in April. You know whether that went by fast or slow. We got here either way. So that's good. Congratulations to everybody. That's been pushing through In the ones who have been having a tougher time and making it through everyday is a success and I hope that people are reaching out to you and you're reaching out to them and I am doing good and better than I was doing a couple of days ago. So thanks for the good messages again. Everybody yeah shout out to my friend Jill Kimmel She's a comic and and a friend. She she actually just posted on her facebook last night. Hey I don't know who needs to hear this but it's just going to your kitchen. Just empty your dishes clean the dishes out of the Sankyo fuel a million times better and I did. I was like up. Jill told me to. I'm going to go do this. And if it did it felt that felt really good So yeah it can be tough but I think I think we're learning that we all support each other support. One another and that that really helps Definitely hurt well. I have no final thoughts either other than Jordan. I really like this that we do the good news together. I suggest we keep doing this. And going forward if you're cool with it and I'm Super Cova Daddy kidding me get all right. We'll do that for who do that for a while. See how it goes out to see what people think of it. and Until tomorrow everyone please take care of yourself. Take care of each other. Take care of the planet and take care of your mental health. I've been ag Ivan Jordan Coburn and the beans. The daily beans is executive produced and directed by Aga Jordan Coburn and engineered edited by Mackenzie Mozelle and Star Burns. Industries Are Marketing Manager Executive Assistant Production Social Media Direction as Amanda Reader Fact Checking Research by AG Jordan Coburn Amanda Reader. Our music is written and performed by. They might be giants. Are Web design and branding or by Joel reader with moxy design studios and our website is daily beans pod dot com.

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Ep 535 | HEROES ACT Guide for Dummies: What's REALLY in the Dems' Bill?

The News & Why It Matters

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Ep 535 | HEROES ACT Guide for Dummies: What's REALLY in the Dems' Bill?

"Today jobless claims top thirty six point. Five million people Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down the extended stay at home. Order and Joe Biden is included on the list of Officials. Who REQUESTED TO UNMASK? Michael Flynn who the drama. We've got a lot coming up and it starts right now. Welcome to the news and why it matters. I'm Sarah Gonzales. Today joined by Tim. Young back in the studio with the Washington Times and he would tell you all of the other places. He's less of a bearded with. Yes and you got the haircut. I don't look as wise as I did last week. Well I didn't want to say anything to hurt your feelings but you still got the glasses to give credibility though so it's fine we got news newsmax host grant stench field as well Along with Yaqoob Wayans. Who is a filmmaker Fellow at the Falkirk Center. And you've you're like ten. It would take me ten minutes to go through all of the US. We're good my favorite. Nfl. Or I mean that's like the biggest player I was going to say. Difference between him and me is that he makes money. We've got a lot to get into Let's cover I this The jobless claims they have topped thirty. Six point five million a million there are nearly three million Americans who filed for new unemployment benefits last week that has obviously pushed that up The Dow dropped three hundred points in futures trading upon hearing this news again. I I feel like a broken record at this point because this is something that we've been talking about this entire time that they have been shutting us down Hey guys they're going to be ramifications for this down the road. You're looking great depression levels of economic recession and depression and here we're seeing it all all play out in the latest jobless claims numbers. Tim What can you make us? This is awful. I mean we we need to open up. I mean that's going to be the message the entire time. A lot of the topics were already because I prepared. It's going to be all open up. Open up up more than me. I didn't prepare already knows. But here's the thing you take a look at this and you realize that all of these people who are unemployment or getting an extra six hundred dollars from the federal government as well. This is increasing our national debt by record rates at the same time this insane at this point we need to open up. People need to be allowed to get back to work. Yeah and grant I mean. Even I agree with his point. We need to open up even when we do thou. It doesn't just flip back on right not know all these whole but it would be a light switch but as you see the the policies they're putting place to open back up. It doesn't appear that it's going to be a lights which I do think there's going to be a slow growth though once we open up it's important to know too though the Dow recovered was up three hundred points today. So this really is to be expected. I don't think tanks apprised anybody that the jobless numbers comes in and you're looking at millions of people out of work and the Tim's point you have people staying home because of that extra six hundred dollars not only are collecting state unemployment tax. They're getting subsidy from the federal government. They're making more money than they were working at the regular job. And then you tell me what sense that makes talk about debt. We're laying this on. Our kids got a ten year old. You you gotTa kill one on the way. This is on their shoulders and dad and their shoulders and their children. I mean there's no telling how three generations deep here Sam. Sorry to interrupt selling. I'm about done right. Opened the country up all of it not twenty-five percent here be smart. Of course I'm not newsom. I'm about to drive to California and sit with this guy and say what are you. GonNa do when you people can eat. You think he'll sit with you. I don't think these your three more months is what they say these people. I've got people calling from California. So you're going to see real issues. We remember from Africa seeing this movie. Play before I've seen it play when there's no food in the streets and what happens okay. I've seen this and it's not good. This is the United States of America. It's time to take our freedom back. This is a freedom battle now to your point That one point two million kids are expected to starve to death this year. Because of this So the employment rate The unemployment rate is fourteen. Point Seven. this is also the biggest loss in the United States history as far as job. Loss goes Numbers obviously highest since World War. Two and of course the unemployment rate under president trump had dropped from Barack Obama at ten percent. We saw that drop to three point. Four percent under president trump now all of a sudden looking at fourteen point seven does president trump ultimately. I know it depends who I have on. What the answer So I want to get all of your feedback. Does president trump pay the price at the ballot box for these unemployment numbers? Even though you're seeing it come from whole new different animal right. It's not something that he did specifically for the economy that wasn't in response to global pandemic And something that was unknown that we were all told that we needed to fear. So does he pay that unemployment price. Does he pay for those unemployment numbers at the ballot box? Do you think to California's twenty fifth Congressional district. Special special election would say otherwise. I mean that flip twenty four points from the last From two thousand eighteen to now. Katy Hells Yeah. Hopefully it turns out when you brush your staffers hair thing. I guess is not as distancing and I think that to their But no it really looks like people are going to rebel against their governors and blue states and rebel against blue in general. I think that there's going to be a red wave. I hate to like big make a bold prediction like that. Because you know but that's what's going to happen. Yeah I would say based on jobless numbers Alana's clear that doesn't help the president but the less reaction to all of this does help the president and and I think whether you look at Blue Governors Blue States Blue City leaders you look at Los Angeles and what they're doing to keep the city closed and then of course you look at the media and you have to say if you're a reasonable person. This is outrageous what they are doing to president trump and the laying this at his feet. Come on I mean you talked about Barack Obama. The unemployment numbers were what ten percent of the highest so? We're only four percent above where it was where Barack Obama's worst worst point was and that was just based on bad economic and that wasn't that long ago either an exactly this is an artificial downturn. This is not real numbers based on anything too bad with the economy. This was simply a silent weaponized disease that that has been used against us with two. You're going to see it right. Wave the economy will turn back. We've got smart people in America. We still do people understand. This is not one man's fault. No one man can be blamed for this. They will try to late at his feet. Because what else do they have? This is GonNa be Hail Mary upon Hail Mary until the end of the year. They're going to grab it straws. The reason newsom as the guy that's going to hold out like Dak. Prescott is holding out to sign his contract at the cowboys signed the Dan Contract. Dak Right. He's NEWSOM WHO's going to hold out years why it's the last stand because of that. Electoral College in California and they will push this thing as close in November as possible because they don't want you to go to the ballot box. Listen to me they want you to mail in a vote so they can steal this thing from your American. Do this all over again. Hey they had mail in ballots at that Congressional election that that the Republicans. Just talk which is pretty surprising. But I'm just telling you they gonNA Throw Hail Mary After. Hail MARY TO TRY AND THROW IT. Trump's feet it's not he's fault to answer. I don't think so. I think the American people understand why we have. The jobless numbers we have is not because of his failed policies. Well and you also see To yuccas point tim you also see. I know you could make the argument that well. Yeah I mean. President trump ultimately kind of tied. The governor's hands behind their backs and made them make this decision. But I don't think so. I think that he was very clear that he was making recommendations based on these top public health experts and it was the governors of these particular states who then decided what they wanted to do with the information that president trump gave to them and the recommendations of the CDC and the top public health experts. So really. When you look at it I mean that the states have some responsibility. I would argue more responsibility in this whole thing. President trump. What do you think it's really apparent from twitter? The Democrats don't understand how the government works at the beginning they said Donald Trump's views power to shuttle the states down. He refused to do that then when he said. I want to open everything up. They were like you can't do that so it's very clear that. Democrats don't especially on twitter. Don't understand how policy works in the president's powers include. But yeah. No. This isn't going to fall back on him at all. I think people are smart now. We have social media. We have the blaze. We have twenty four hour news cycles. The plug and and people know to do their own research now and they're sick of this stuff. Maybe if it was in the sixties Democrats get away with this when you only had a newspaper. One television channel not anymore WanNa switch to the The new the latest stimulus corona virus. Relief bill that the Democrats are looking at passing. They just recently released it this week. It's another three trillion dollars. And apparently there are critics. Who are saying. Now it is what eighteen One thousand eight hundred and fifteen pages so may no one's going to read that bill all right. I can tell you there the we could probably count the number of lawmakers on one hand will actually go through the reading of that entire bill but Pelosi apparently snuck in a provision to include. What some are calling amnesty for illegal. Aliens who work in jobs declared a central It allows some illegals who are engaged in essential critical infrastructure labor or services in the United States to have a quote period of deferred action on deportation You know it's interesting to me because I feel like one doesn't have anything to do at all with the other. I'm really struggling trying to figure out. What Corona Virus Relief Bill has to do with deferred deportation grant? Can you work that one out for? This is what I mean when I say they've weaponized this virus this is what they do. They've used the virus now to push in every single liberal ornament that they can hang on their own liberal Christmas tree and so now they wanna give amnesty to illegals figure. They've been pushing this for years. Part of that too is a mass release federal prisoners. And they'll tell you. These are nonviolent prisoners but Jakko has been around the court system for very long time. I can tell you. These prisoners plead down. They get sent to jail for crimes. That are much less than the crimes. They were initially accused of just enough to go through trial and plead this out. These are violent people that will get on the streets and so look. They call the criminal whether they're illegal criminals whether they're American criminals. That's what you get from the left and what happens. Good people in America. Get hurt because of it. It's right cow that's right you can't say better than that. It's a fact and it's with reckless. Abandon of the American worker. You WanNa you WanNa take care of an illegal about Nancy. Pelosi you focus on America. First Americans Americans right. We're here for a reason. You're talking to an immigrant legal immigrant. I I understand value here. We need to be clear. He said a legal immigrants legal not illegal immigrants. A legal right way sworn in as A. Us citizen took the test which most of you may fail more patriotic more patriotic than a lot of Americans who were born here. I will say that joke study for their job. No you actually understand how government works. The left would fail that test. Nancy may fail that test. Now I agree with grant it bad. People are going to walk around the street and other lives are being lost. The collateral damage again is is unsurmountable and saw it in New York rikers island. Let out like one hundred and ninety criminals one hundred ten of them have been rearrested for things like burglary literally led out for corona in New York City and other burglarizing people's homes. And it's not just that these people are being led out onto the streets but people like shelly. Luther are spending time in jail for the awful crime of going to work and trying to make money to feed her family. That because I got my haircut Salon This past week at Salon Almo God bless people and by the way three trillion dollars is roughly ten thousand dollars per American. And if that bill doesn't just say ten thousand dollars or nine thousand dollars per American shove it. Yeah that's a great point And it's not just Illegal aliens that that critics are saying. The money is going towards Also planned parenthood apparently abortion clinic workers are categorized in this bill which is called the heroes. Act that's just so cute and warm and fuzzy but abortion clinic workers are categorized as essential workers and The Heroes Act. This new bill would provide two hundred billion dollars in hazard pay for essential workers Jakko sounds a lot like what grant was just saying. Which is they're just weaponising this to try to get what they want. The problem I see is will. That will that trickle down to the average American Person. Will they see that the left is completely politicizing? I they're shutting you down. They're not letting you feed your family. Then they're playing politics with your life basically and your life trying to buy you at this point. We're buying people now. We're buying repaying paying you. Stay home we're paying you to move toward socialism. We basically slowly killing you in enforcing you to socialism. I HOPE SO SARAH. It shows like this honestly. This is a shameless plug. We better we better crank up the volume and we really honestly Glenn everybody. We better beginning the word quickly about what's really happening. Because historically the American people has had the fleece wool pulled over there is historically we have. I'm just being honest with our our. Our situational awareness is not very high in this country and we have surfaced level. We don't really go deep and we need to really go deep on these issues the way you just said it unless it's nine ten thousand dollars per American shove it. Because the money doesn't trickle down I don't believe nor does the information so we we're GONNA have to do a really good job to inform people. We've got a lot more coming up. 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Now What happened was the case was filed against the H. secretary-designate. Her name is Andrea Palm She was the one who issued the order on orders from the Democrat. Governor Evers over in Wisconsin so instructing down the order the court ruled that palm both violated the law in specific manner in which the rule was adopted and also exceeded her statutory authority in the scope of the rule They also said that this wasn't involved in this particular lawsuit but the court did note that They cast doubt on whether the governor could have set promulgated an equivalent rule And the court said you know. Obviously if there's a forest fire that breaks out you need a beat at action. You know we understand that but in the case of a pandemic which last month after month the governor cannot rely on emergency powers indefinitely Tim It's almost like they read this. Really old dusty document in making this decision and decided crazy. I think that's what it's called the holy part about so at one point in our country's history we were actually ruled by another country and then we had to fight them off because they had done like this limited liberty it started a whole war and then we were never going back to that and then that's exactly no. I think that there's an asterisk in that. Says we're never going back to that unless there aren't man the band is also on there. They predicted framers. You everything now. All of these state home orders are unconstitutional. I think when it comes down to the Supreme Court I believe I'm going to predict it will go six three and the Supreme Court. When it's there I bet one of the liberal justices gets their heads screwed on straight and and votes that these are unconstitutional. Because again it's tech. It's overreach from an executive branch and it's overreach on people's personal liberty who are they deem what's essential what's not who are they deem Whether or not you can operate your own business or go walk in a park. This is insane this entire thing has been saying and I think it's a very positive. Move that Wisconsin There Supreme Court struck it down the beginning of the end of this. I would like to add that. It's insane not only because it's irrational and unconstitutional but it's also insane because the science does not back up the more information we are getting about all of these people who were infected. That have had the antibodies with no symptoms whatsoever. The death rate is plummeting right now to the point where we're shutting down. And then she comes out and says maybe no more schools. I don't know if you had that on the list or not but no more schools like are you kidding me. How are people supposed to go to work? There's like another side of the whole school issue to of course And so sorry Yesterday was talking. It was it yesterday. The Senate hearing everything is a blur to me when he when he Sunday is the day. The big paper comes. That's how I figure out my days of the week. The big pick up Sake Syndrome now. Goalposts moving go to the point that I think at some point the plot points from shark NATO. Come into this to keep people staying in home under. It's just getting ridiculous and Kawasaki Syndrome is very curable and people can very rarely get it. It's just it's nuts. At this point I go then. Foil hat right. I've been accused on this show before I wear it and hold on your net accused always offer it up in foil half okay here we go telling you behind. The curtain is Barack Obama. They've there's very very few people that's really really standing with this president and these close circle and and I believe he knows who they are and who they're not in FAO. She is on a bad path. This guy's pointing in the wrong direction okay. It's starting to feel like he wants that. Month lockdown remember what they said in the beginning came out of the house of the Ivy League establishments. We need eighteen month. They WanNa go there it is. It is so ridiculous but one thing that we don't realize the impact America has on the global economy and what world countries do. You've got presidents in Africa and first hand witness this past week. Say because America's talking because she's saying is because they saying no schools there in total lockdown South Africa's on house arrest. You can't go to the grocery store without a note from the police people going. Okay then come to my house police so I can get. A note is not enough. Police arresting people voted grocery store. I mean this is insane and pointing at America saying America's in Californian CNN and so free country out here what they're doing exactly it's reckless. It's really wrestlers. Yes grant I wanna go back to something that you brought up which was foul cheese comments about school. President trump has come out and said know. We can't do that We need to. We need to open up. I disagree with him on that. I WANNA get into that conversation because I do think it is a very important one to be had but listen to President. Trump's remarks on DR FAO. She saying That we need to careful about opening schools. These young people these are students. Young students are great shape there. Will you have an incident? One out of a million one out of five hundred. That will something happen. Perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen too. So we're GONNA open our country for one open when you say. Both sides visa just surprised by his answer. Actually because you know It's just to me. It's not an acceptable answer especially when it comes to school. So maybe hopefully optimistic about the president's response to Dr Ouchi But something that I really really took interest in that felt. She said when he made these comments about schools reopening was he said We're talking about treatments and he said well you know I don't know if there's going to be a potential treatment but he said but we're not really talking about treating a student who gets ill but how the student will feel safe in going back to school. If this was a situation where we had a vaccine that would be end of that issue in a positive way But we don't see vaccine playing out that quickly so what I take from this is. We're not really looking at logic and facts and statistics looking at making sure that the student feels safe when they go back to school. Which is just such a dangerous road to go this. What happened to flatten? The curve was all about curve the grand then all of a sudden now. It's not flat in the curve. Now that you've got to have a vaccine now. We gotTa have a cure for all of this. Meanwhile I'm reading articles in every city across the country that thousands of students disappeared. They don't know where they are. They're not showing up for their online courses. Kids that don't have the Internet a lot of places and they don't have computers and sometimes they don't have parents who are good to take you know my question is maybe you guys can help me on this. I'm skeptical ever everybody that I look at Dr Voucher Deep State Liberal. That he that he somehow ill-intentioned all of this but I don't know maybe he's just a big government liberal who who finds his job as a doctor needs to take care of everybody and he's overly protective but boy. Oh boy it. Sure seems like every time he comes out to say something he saying it against what the president has just said and I don't know whether he's ill-intentioned or if he's been in government for way too long but either way I'm starting to back the whole foul. I'll tell you this. You saw a wartime president because his work time times bullets flying. But this is you saw a wartime president with logic sound decision. And he's badly watching these battling not to throw out you under the bus there track faculty this is a this is a a Clinton Foundation guy. Okay this is a guy that's as deep in the deep state as you can get in deep in the deep state. I'm telling you okay. The the funding that came from the universities that is attached to research develop in the past. This follow the money okay. He's going to speak like this. Why are we focusing on children which we already deemed the safest in our society? Why not focus on their potentially had preconditions showed that they were ill. Something as simple as hey is if you had. Copd for the last three or four years if that upper respiratory problems we know you're using medic medicine. This is this is medicine is prescriptive. We're going to spend money and focus on you. Johnny over here. Twelve year old wanted to play soccer. We don't worry about feel good. The left is all about feeling good. What's also a back way to continue to collapse the economy because a single parent if your parents at home do you know how much childcare costs? I've learned this actually. It was what my piece was about this week. I don't have kids. I've a bourbon collection. So I don't understand this. I stayed with a family failure right. That's why I'm fat. We'd have we have kids issue. Oh well let me just say I have a child so I have the child and the child care and the Bourbon collection for when the children go to bed. Go ahead fifty dollars. Years is probably three. But here's the thing. It's back way when when kids have to go to school or go to school during the day they're stuck at home and those parents or they're single parents can't go to a job or they have to pay for childcare which is ridiculously expensive and so it continues to keep things at a terrible level. Yeah all right. We've got much more coming up. I we want to thank sponsor this segment Laurel Springs. So we're talking about This craziness that's going on with public schools. Are they going to be open You know or you're going to be able to send your kids anywhere or are you going to be stuck in giving them. I know I get in trouble because people who school are like. Stop calling at home schooling. Okay this is crisis online learning. You're not a real homeschool mom. All right I got it. But for those of you who don't want to crisis online learn their kids. Laurel Springs is going to be a huge asset for you. They are accredited online private school for Students K through twelfth grade so they can take care of all of it They recognize that. Each child is unique. They are unique individuals with their own personal interests their own learning styles and they have a very flexible learning program that offers challenging diverse elective courses. 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Third parties anyone. Because I don't really want to drop this case yet that doesn't stink at all But apparently now we know not only Joe Biden but Former FBI director James Comey former CIA director. John Brennan former Director of National Intelligence. James Clapper and Former President Barack Obama's then chief of Staff Denis McDonough they all were involved in requesting to unmask. Michael Flynn now. I know that if you listen to the mainstream media there is a lot of unmasking not a big deal. All right unmasking. They unmask so many different people every year. It's not a big deal it's legal. It's fine but my question is why go through the trouble of having an unmasking system if it was just so routine can I kill Iraq? The media argument please. It is not common to have three dozen top administration officials getting down into the weeds and unmasking the name of who turns out to be a political opponent and working for a political opponent. This is such an outrage. You're spying on American citizens and this whole idea that somehow Michael Flynn was not part of the government. Anyway he was the incoming national security adviser. He had every right to be doing what he's doing. Including talking to the Russian ambassador the mainstream media again is covering for Barack Obama and Joe Biden. And I'm telling you JOE BIDEN SET. Your soul deal is one thing. This is a blockbuster because he sat in that office with Barack Obama and they talked about President Trump and Michael. Flynn and the reason they did. It is because they knew Michael. Flynn had the goods on then and this whole thing was a Russian hoax. They knew the Russian hoax. Michael Flynn had all of it. And they figure we got squash him and squash him now. That is not the America I live in not under president trump. It certainly was under Barack Obama to you. Make the judge because I see this and I'm like Qiu Ju making yourself any more obvious that you are one of these deep staters who wants to protect everyone at all costs. I mean like. There's no precedent for the judge to do what he did. Why stick your neck out like that well? Weaponized is the word of the day whether they weaponize a virus or they weaponized judicial system. This is what you get when you have liberal judges on the bench who were working for the politicians in office and trying to run this whole socialist liberal agenda and they'll do anything keep their power. This is all about power. It's not about what is right. And just look you. GotTa you gotTA BELIEVE IN I. Do you got to believe the phone rings in Judge. Gets the Congo your last line of Defense here? You got to do something your last line of Defense here. I just want to shout out to Sydney Powell. Okay thank you Sydney Sydney Pal. Keep going. She's an amazing woman. That's defending Michael. Flynn doing fantastic job. It's unjust we've said Lady Liberty's is closed. I mean it's sort get so upset that grant Max's bringing the good ratings Tim. I just couldn't imagine a court anywhere in America when both sides say let's dismissed the case the judge going hold on. Let's go outside the courtroom. Now I'm going to yell down the and see if we can find somebody else. Who wants to keep this going on like we need to get married any any objection before I say they leave at gopher you know because it really truly. I was thinking about that this morning when I was getting ready. I thought okay so bring this to a local level right so the DA Has Been Given some sort of charge from the from the police officers right from the police that what marijuana or whatever whatever the case and the DA drops the case the judge steps in and says No. Don't drop the case yet. You would never see that at any sort of local or basic. Say that the COP doesn't show for your speeding ticket. And the judge calls the cop on the phone and says hey listen. I'll hold the case for another two hours. If you got time take lunch. Take your time to get in here and just put you on speaker and you can just go ahead and give us your story that happened with the impeachment. When we went to the Senate we want to call more witnesses place. Now you had a chance to deliver. We were told that they had your pens right. This offer those walk him ceremony and there was a slow walk to it was a slow walk. She probably had an ice cream party. Afterwards we missed out on the chocolate ice cream party grant I wanNA. I'm just I'm trying to fire you up right now So you know you look at Adam Schiff you wanNA mention his name. 'cause fired up about it. I do know go. You know you look at the a lot of people will say well you know you gotta be careful when you start investigating Former president because that sets a bad precedent. And I'm looking at this and I'm saying what happened to the peaceful transition of power that we always had in America. Now you have this president who was involved in this if we don't investigate it. I mean the Democrats already gone there right. We've already spent the last three years talking about Russia and Russian collusion and they investigated every single person who was tied to President Donald Trump and came up with nothing. They found the crime. They actually found the evidence to the crime. I mean what happens to America? If we don't investigate the highest places that this goes if you break the law. I don't care whether you're a former president of the United States a current president United States or a past president United States or the dog catcher. If you break the law you need to be investigated now. Barack Obama has also not following the whole model of. Let's not criticize current president's. Let's stay out of the deal. This guy is a thorn in the side of president trump and I am convinced went through a tin foil hat monz on the floor. I squashed it because there's nothing to do with tinfoil hat. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are still pulling strings with the deep state in Washington. They are behind all of this. They were behind the Russian collusion nonsense. Both of them. And it's all coming out now and so it's going to be hell to pay so I'm sorry Mr President Obama that you may get investigated but it's about high time we do it and Biden too. Because they're dirty as you can you can imagine. Yeah this is an Obama Gate. Something like this is. It is time watch. Let's go back to hunter a little bit. Just pull on that. String a little harder it. We've forgotten about him. No one's see Joe Unravel former president vice president Joe Biden just on that hunter strike next contract China. Komo news kids over there. Oh Yeah I listen you kinda covered everything here but the the big thing and you're missing this from the fifty thousand foot perspective. You're not supposed to be able to investigate your political opponents. We were told this for years and years and years after they had started to investigate trump set him up and now they've investigated in for three years. But you're not allowed to investigate political opponents and we keep like it's literally they scream this at the same time while doing the exact same thing and it's over and over and over again and I hate to admit it all the conspiracy theorists been right like I always reserve comment on these types of things and like Michael Flynn. I waited the entire time. I was like everybody's like Oh. We was set up at steep state. I hate that they're right right. That's why the tune foil hat crumble. It up and isn't it interesting? Though that that there were alternative media sources You know I blaze TV included Who were saying from the GECKO? This isn't right. It doesn't smell right you know. I know Dan Bongino had been on this since day one. But that was the only place that you were hearing any inkling of worth from alternative media sources. That was it. Yeah and they all got d platform for the moment. So that's another thing like you take a look at somebody who I don't agree with half of the things or probably ninety percent of the things he says it's based out of Austin and does a lot of stunt things. I hate that he was right like age but I'm glad that they were and I'm glad that these voices are out there and that's why they need to have their platforms and all right back in a minute. I want to go for a second to San Diego. San Diego County supervisor says that only six of one hundred ninety. Four Corona Virus Related Keyword there corona virus related deaths that were in the county he says only six of the hundred and ninety four appear to be pure corona virus deaths meaning. They died from the virus. Not just had the virus at the time of their death. Now He's already gotten some pushback public. Health Officer Over there in San Diego suggested that he was being callous By saying not suggesting that and saying their life is no less valuable than someone's life who does not have an underlying medical condition. This is not just San Diego. How San Diego does it? This is the way that we this is the way that we're counting the numbers throughout the entire country which to me isn't really an excuse so much as it is an admission that all of this as a farce and the numbers are probably much less than they're telling us that they are grant. You're looking at me like you agree. Well I totally agree. I mean is a farce and the numbers aren't what they're telling us. Nobody dies of natural causes anymore. You only die of covert right and can we just say by saying. This is a farce. Doesn't mean we don't believe that corona virus real right thing of course is the thing is the problem. The problem is you've now incentivize hospitals to declare corona virus is the cause of death getting. I don't know what the number is you tenor. Thirteen thousand dollars thirteen. Every patient that dies if they label the Corona Viren. The penny drops right. There that's where penny drops it's great you know they're instructing suggestively hinting in a seven page document to doctors across this country to potentially consider adding corona the death certificate. I think they're telling them to do it suggesting that. This fell play all throughout. We did have that conversation as morning with Nan Hayworth. It's fell play. You know and by the way the virus isn't the killing agent it's conditions in the body. It's lungs pulmonary function. This only things happening so just go. Oh Corona virus killed that person. You'd better be Dang sure it wasn't something else. Yeah and well and not to mention Tim just this this. Move the moving of the goalposts that we've discussed. I mean just at great length for the last what. How long have we been stuck in this eight weeks? Feels like groundhog's Day every single day but the moving of the goalposts. Where you know. You've got this collectivist mentality. Now that's growing the media and that all of these health experts are pushing that will their lives are no less valuable than yours. Well we're supposed to modify we're supposed to all shut down now for six people in one county. I mean where. Where does it end? It doesn't end and by the way. I am an expert on this because I tweeted out. I was looking at the actual corona virus numbers on the CDC website and the actual deaths just from Corona virus from cove. Nineteen are about half or less. I tweeted that out. Buzzfeed wrote a debunking article about my tweet alone. Slopes wrote a debunking article about it. This is totally politics and when me a comedian who just happens to have a bit of a political following tweet. Something out like that just questioning. I just said Hey. Why are the numbers lower here and both buzzfeed and snow peas and then a pile of other garbage outlets and blogs try? To debunk me. That tells you something's up. Yeah Yeah Grant I mean really you look at the the idea of individualism that has made this country so great and you know we all have rights and we all have responsibilities that come with those rights and then you look at this collectivist mentality that when taken to its extreme is just communism right that everyone has to work for the common. Good that I'm here to protect you. That yes all life is valuable as pro-lifers of course we think that life is valuable but you you can't just factor in. There's a couple people dying in this county so we're going to shut the whole thing down or modify everything to protect people from dying of correct me if I'm wrong but death is kind of the whole part of this whole thing we call life. It's part of life. You know I actually interviewed Rudy Gallon of the Gatlin brothers. And he's sixty seven years old and he took the view of look. When you gotta go you gotta go. I'm not changing my whole life and I think that's where politics start to come to play in this. Do you see those on on the right. That are saying we're GONNA plow through this we're GONNA get through it and those on the left are running scared and liberals typically tend to run scared. You know what we're Americans we're not supposed to be scared with the strongest country world. Let's act like for change and you can't. You can't come as the lifts and tell me every life matters when it's convenient for you okay. You can't is it or is it. Not Because if it is then you have to consider the collateral damage the suicide rates through the roof in this country. Children dying from hunger in this country. Does that life matter? It's key to win. It's convenient Sarah. Then it matters all of a sudden it's covered nineteen daft interesting Do you remember? It was like eight or nine weeks. Maybe longer than it might have been three months ago. You were talking about Kovin you may have been here and it had not been a really big thing. This is one of the first time ever started. Get mentioned and you asked me. Are you worried about it and I said No. I'm not worried about this. I don't think everybody says Oh grant you wrong when you said you know what. I'm still not worried about it. I still have a different feeling than I had that day. They ruined my country over this well and without being said you can understand why certain people with certain immune conditions or underlying health. Conditions may be worried about that for them of course but that doesn't mean you put restrictions on the rest of the country that means that person makes the individual decision here in America where you're allowed to do that. The individual decision to stay home to modify their life to wear a mask everywhere to sanitize their hands. I mean there are so many other things that think that people could do if they are in fact scared themselves which is a great reminder for all of you out there if you If you are a big fan of the lockdown you know in those restrictions are lifted. You don't have to leave. The government is not actually forcing you to leave. If you choose to stay home forever and you figure out a way that you can make that happen you go for it to just say. Please real quick. If you're one of those people driving around in your car solo with a mask on you. Stay home when the lockdown over Iran within a window today mask on Window Open. No knock off to someone in the car with the mask down here with a cigar maybe back into good luck none of it makes sense in this. Guy Walked. His huge guy really poll question. What is Joe? Biden's biggest weakness in November. You guys agreed with us. That mental faculties is the Big One. Seventy two percent of you said mental faculties followed by his corruption at eighteen percent. His record with China coming in at six percent and the terror read allegation at only four percent. Gosh isn't that sad when there's an accusation an allegation of sexual assault in twenty twenty where we're told believe all women and that is actually the least Joe Biden's worries you can't feel good if you're Joe Biden right now all right. Today's poll who has the most to hide you ready here. Your options Obama Biden Hillary or trump. Oh that's hard. I mean I guess I would say Hillary because I think that woman is basically the devil is the OJ. She's been at this for like thirty. Actually Know Biden would be the O. G. before the Clintons still go with Hillary. Okay. All right ten celery. What do you say I'm going to say right now? You Know Hillary's pretty smart. She probably has a lot to hybrids. Probably done a good job of it. I'M GONNA go with Biden because he probably not a bad job of it. Okay all right. That's fair doesn't mean he has got pack interest. Wanted to be different. Let us know what to think. You can go to the places twitter. We'll see tomorrow pension attention.

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Ep. 948 - Republicans Gather as Democrat Cities Burn

The Andrew Klavan Show

46:13 min | 5 months ago

Ep. 948 - Republicans Gather as Democrat Cities Burn

"President Trump yesterday announced emergency FDA approval for an effective plasma therapy for the Chinese flew with flu or the Kung flu or the flu, Manchu or covert. Which stands for Over vicious and despotism times. Nineteen. Or something like that. The New York, times a former newspaper denounced trump's action saying that if the therapy shouldn't factor not to be effective, it presents a serious threat to the First Amendment by hammering the president's duty to spread unreasoning terror in the hopes of getting Joe Biden elected in an editorial personally written by times editor in chief blithering prevarication the third on his personal velvet she'd laptop with the Sparkley keys meant to represent the glittering quality of his integrity and attacking injustice whenever and wherever threatens the election of the Democrat and an attacking justice under the same circumstances. Mr Third wrote quote the idea that any action taken by Donald Trump could reduce the? Death and suffering from this pandemic is an unprecedented danger to this republic because it could turn voters toward Donald Trump who's an unprecedented danger to this republic and thus causes reelection, which would be an unprecedented danger to this republic. Trump has already begun to bring peace to the Middle East, which is not only stab in the back to the cause of innocent and the press terrorist everywhere. But also harms the reputations of foreign policy experts merely because they happen to have been wrong about everything. Now, he threatens to reduce deaths from covid nineteen, which could undermine the very foundations of the great and good American narrative. We were planning to peddle straight through November on quote. Presumptive former Democrat President Joe Biden said in his convention speech last week that he would create testing staffing and manufacturing buildups that trump has already created. He now says he's working on getting emergency FDA approval for an effective plasma therapy move the times hailed as brilliant trigger warning of Andrew Klavan, and this is the Andrew Klavan show. So. The. Top seed. So. Wonderful As we want to see. All right we're back speaking to an entirely new audience because no one could have survived this clave homeless weekend. But if you are here, that is all the more reason why should go on the Andrew Claybon, Youtube Channel and subscribe very helpful to us of you subscribe and if you leave a comment that's even semi intelligent, we figure it will raise the level of the conversation on this show and so we'll read it out loud for instance, we have one from. Joel. says. Bernie Sanders walks into a bar and yell drinks on me. WHO's paying? That's pretty good. Watching Bela Marxist and right wingers clashing in Portland. There's been violence all over the country, but there was a clash between some right wingers Marxist in Portland I was reminded of disturbing trend. I've already noticed on TV shows that take place during the last century. The two shows that come immediately to mind to the excellent German detective show Babylon Berlin, which is about the Weimar Republic and the fine gangster show peaky blinders that takes place in. England around the same time in both shows we see the Shailene rise of Hitler's Nazis and also in both shows, we get a sympathetic view of the opposing communists as if this were a battle between good and evil. But it wasn't, it was a battle between two opposing forms of oppression. It's true. There were probably more people of goodwill on the socialist side than on the Nazi side since Hitler was an openly hateful and maniacal piece of garbage, it would have been hard to follow him with goodwill but the very best that can be said about the Socialists is that they were incredibly naive and misguided, and that didn't stop them from being violent and from engaging vandalism. Like the French Revolution the Soviet Socialist Revolution inspired Europe with the hope of a better tomorrow and like the French Revolution the Soviet revolution devolved into a crap show of mass murder oppression almost immediately and as with the failure of the French Revolution intellectuals and other idiots refused to acknowledge the failure of the Soviet revolution and continued to spread its toxic philosophies while demonizing anyone who pointed to its catastrophic results. At some point well intentioned or not. 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There was another police shooting of a black guy in a in the Democrat run city of Kenosha. Wisconsin. Violence erupts a car dealership was set on fire I mean just read you some of the headlines. His Washington Post video shows Wisconsin police shooting a black man multiple times as he enters a car. CNN Wisconsin police shoot black men as children watch from car attorney says ABC Kenosha. Wisconsin shooting police shoot black man from behind protests erupt with garbage trucks on fire. His Joe Biden you probably have heard of Joe Biden here's his statement. He says the nation weeks up yet again with grief and outrage that another black American is a victim of excessive force. This calls for an immediate full and transparent investigation on the officers must be held accountable these shots pierced the soul of our nation. From the governor of Wisconsin is Democrat saying what we for certain that he's not the first black man a person to have been shot or injured or mercilessly killed at the hands of individuals of law enforcement in our state in our country. He promised, there would be accountability. Let me just play the video for him. Here's the video it's upsetting this shooting. So I'm not going to rush to judgment but the guy is they he's under arrest arrested police were responding to dismiss domestic disputes. They're placing him under arrest. They've got their guns pointing him he continues to walk away and then he reaches into a car. We don't know if there was a gun in the car the police certainly don't know if there's a gun in the car, there have been incidents of guys pulling guns out of cars and shooting police. I forget about judging the shooting I. Know we all like to have a judgment right away but forget about that for a minute but can't we at least say the Joe Biden and Governor Evans and governor. Evers and ABC and CNN and the Washington Post can't we at least say that they are discussing this is a disgusting rush to judgment. It's disgusting abandonment the law enforcement who are out there risking their lives. It's disgusting disregard for Law abiding citizens who are not running away from the police who stopped when the police ask them to stop it is when the police do that I know what's an listen? We've all been stopped by the police for speeding been stopped for speeding nobody likes it but that's the way the law is enforced. We have to let them enforce the law. It's it's. Just a hauling it when the cities are already burning to put out this incendiary information, and again, this is regardless of whether the cops were right or wrong. I mean if the cops are wrong, the thing that leaders should be doing the same. Hey, stay calm. Let's get the facts. Justice will be done. That's what a leader says. That's not like Oh my God you know burke set the city on fire everything's terrible. This is absolutely disgusting and really really it's the left the Democrats they should be held to account just for what they said about this before there was any proof you know. There's. During the protests, there's one video of a rioter showing up with automatic weapons. Meeting a sheriff with automatic weapons where are the Democrats? Where is Joe Biden this incredible stuff, and it's all based on this idea on this overwhelming idea that we heard again and again at the DNC convention last week that America is inherently racist this woman Jamelli Hill. She was a sportscaster recall ESPN. Now she's worked for the Atlantic she she had this tweet that went out and I I mentioned. This is not just a pick on Jalen hill or the. It's because this is all part Djamil. Hill sorry bizarre part of the narrative that they've been selling all this time now Joe Biden is selling I mean there's just no way of getting around the fact that Joe Biden is selling this narrative and obviously the governor of Wisconsin. SELLING ABC CNN Washington Post we know the New York Times Long Perp they possibly. Practically, made it up. Jamal Hill she says I've been reading ill Isabel Wilkerson new book cast. Now this is a book about cast that compares Indian the Indian caste system to. And it's been touted by Oprah Winfrey who is in the highest cast of American Society lifted by love. She was a oprah. Winfrey was lifted by love just like Barack Obama lifted by love to that position. If there's so much hatred against black people that she was not be where she is but Jamal Hill says I've been reading this book and if you were of the opinion that the United States wasn't nearly as bad as Nazi. Germany. How wrong you are can't encourage you enough to read this masterpiece what a dimwit I mean what a dimwit really you know the Democrat Laws against black people the segregation laws passed by Democrats in the South Were absolutely they were absolutely bad. They were bad and some of the early laws that Hitler passed against Jews. The Nuremberg laws had the same kind of You know aspect of as as Jim Crow now, there was a million differences. One is the gym the Jim Crow Laws were passed to preserve the bigotry that was already there in the Democrat South the Democrats lost the civil war they lost their slaves they tried to reinstitute slavery through Democrat institutions like Kook, the Ku Klux Klan and grow so they were trying to hold. Onto something that was already there the Dome Berg Laws were passed against people who were full citizens of the society. I'm not excusing Jim Crow at all I'm just saying it's nonsense but the Nuremberg laws, which is the first step of the absolute destruction of people. You know it's it's intolerable that she's taking what was in a certain part of America. The part of America where the dixiecrats the Democrats dixie were operating in keeping Jim Crow in place and she is comparing that to what happened Nazi. Germany but it's it's everything they do. They have a stupid post office thing where they came back like it's an emergency, they couldn't come back to send checks to people who are out of work because of the China flew over not because they're trying to flu because of the shutdown because the government shutdown Democrats couldn't be bothered to do that. They actually said Nancy Pelosi actually said, that's not very strategic of us right now they want us to suffer because they were saying to us vote for Joe Biden or you will suffer more. They now have but they do rush to have this thing where they're going to send. This is obviously one of those house bills that will never make it through the Senate if they want to send twenty, five billion dollars to rescue the post office. So we don't something something something fascism conspiracy. The Post Office has plenty of money. They've got like twelve billion dollars. They couldn't spend twenty, five billion dollars in any effective way between now and the elections was complete show. It's complete theater complete Kabuki there. But listen to Rashid to leave. Okay. Listen to her talk about this is cut sixteen. Do you hear that. That's our democracy crumbling. Let it be clear. This administration is waging authoritarian campaign to sabotage this election by manipulating the postal service to suppress our votes and they are threatening the livelihood of our postal workers are seniors, our veterans, and so many more in the process. This is not a conspiracy theory. This is fascism. We will not stand for this now or ever. It is a conspiracy theory. It's not fascism and it's know even if she thought it threatened fascism this kind of overblown rhetoric. At this moment in history is just absurd. It's the rhetoric that's worse than anything that's happening even anything's happening on the left and it's giving licensed people to burn down these cities and they the the press things they're going to get away with not showing it. They think they're going to keep it off the Internet I don't know what do they think they're going to do they'll just set out at like one of those flashbang grenades and we'll all go blind and we want Oh, I thought I was watching riots everywhere but now I can't see I guess vote for Joe Biden maybe that's that's the strategy. Here is an interview I think it's. Robin Roberts and exclusive ABC interview with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and she asked them about this. Let's play the one with Biden for twenty. My administration across the Board Zeman look like America number one. Number two, we're going to make sure that we change the entire system within which we deal with with criminal justice from one of punishment to rehabilitation no one should be going to jail because they have drug addiction, they should be going into mandatory drug treatment. What's amazing about this is just like socialism it's been done before the reason the country sank into high crime and their cities became unlivable in the nineteen seventies is followed this. If you want the history of it, it's an Ann Coulter's book mugged, which is excellent and Co.. best books and Coulter's Mug traces the way the leniency and the pro criminal policies of the left set this country on fire and made cities unlivable, and it's because the people you're supposed to be governing are the normal the people who follow the rules the people pay the taxes, the people who pay for these buildings and streets that you're. Littering with homeless people and with violence, they're the people you're governing for. Yes. Do you have compassion on people who are in poverty? Of course of course it has nothing to do with compassionate. where's your compassion for everybody else? Where's your compassion for the majority? Why is the it's like in the upper west side in New York now they've they've just absolutely. Invaded the place with homeless people they've destroyed him out there when the residents complain and say our children are endanger our lives are endangered. Our neighborhoods have gone down the drain we paid for these places. We'd put all our investment in these places, the rulers of New York, the New York regime says shame on you for not caring about the homeless. Policy keeps homeless people off the street and it's not the policy of ruining neighborhoods that where people have invested you know these these people, these governors living off that investment they there's no tax base. If people leave, there's no tax place if the if the normal people leave Andrew Cuomo at least knew that when he started begging them to come back but why should they come back? Why should they come back? This is the way they are and Kamala Harris? This here's let's play the part of Kamala Harris. With Robin Roberts on ABC's cut twenty one. You conclude by saying that you wanted to see more police on the street. Do you still feel that way. Listen. I think that there is no question first of all when I wrote that book. We black lives matter. Did Not Exist. And I give full credit to the brilliant of that movement in terms of what it has done to advance a conversation that needed to happen a long time ago. What black lives matter has done as a movement has been to be a counterforce against a very. Entrenched. Status quo around the criminal justice system in America, and that's why I'm so excited about what we can do in terms of a new administration and the White House. That is about taking on these issues in a way that makes clear that the American people are ready for it and they wanted. And nobody says to her milk press reporter says to what about the violence in the streets what about the violence against police what about the crime that's killing black people so much more than any police violence is you know the the ninety percent of black people who die violence are killed by other black people by murder, their murder and most black did not want the police defended. Of course, they don't the police are in there to protect them. Let's hear trump on this. His responses is something he said before the Kenosha shooting this on Friday cut one. They're also not talking about law enforcement at our great police. They're not talking about that. They don't want to talk about it. They see Portland and you see New York with a three hundred and fifty eight percent increase in crime some number that's just crazy and you see what's going on in. CHICAGO. But look at Portland they're anarchists they don't want to talk about police because it's a losing subject for them they want to defend the police and they want to. They want to abolish police I mean they're actually trying to do it in Seattle. The Democrat run cities are a disaster. You know they really are, but I think trump needs to take more action. I don't think you can have sheriff's confronted by. Automatic weapons without going in there without sending Federal Troops National Guard in there I you know I know that trump doesn't want the trouble with the press because the press makes it seem like he's starting the islands but you can't have city is being burned for months and months on end. There are people in those cities who pay taxes who follow. The rules and they need to be protected. I think trump should maybe step up his game a little bit in bringing law and order back to these cities. All right. Let us pause for just a moment and talk about your ancestry. 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You know she was like when she heard Obama, she was clasping her hands under her chest like like test true heart after Dick Tracy had saved drew. Thank you. You know it just it's just insane. So let's see how they cover the RNC it should. Be pretty funny they released their agenda they obviously they want to push job creation create ten million new jobs and ten months a cut taxes to boost unpaid developing vaccine about by the end of two thousand twenty Tim Scott is out there he was one of the speakers obviously they've got get a black guy in there and he's a good one. He's a good man and here's his his pitch now cut eleven. Here's what we're going to do. We're GONNA focus on growth the trump administration pre covid nineteen created seven million jobs and they did it in an inclusive way the lowest unemployment rate on record for African Americans Hispanics Asians seventy year low for women. If president trump is related and he will be, we can expect more growth. Hope. I think this is a good deal of one of the things that we saw i. think that Biden got a bump on the DNC and that rarely happens that John Kerry I remember. You know it's not a good sign right now you know trump is still trailing, but the signs are pretty good Republicans are just now getting interested in the election I. Always Tell I always commentators because you know pundits always think that everybody's like us that were there everybody's paying close attention. A lot of people have not been paying attention. The Democrats, of course have been wholly engaged because they hate trump so much but the Republicans haven't now the Republicans are paying attention he's held. Onto his base nobody nobody knows whether he has increased you know support in minority voters I mean it's very hard to get that information because people are afraid to say stop but but who knows I mean right now I'd say he's just about as far behind as he was with Hillary Clinton the battleground states are narrowing. We will see the left is doing everything they can to make chaos out of it but but you know they're trying to get a more hopeful. Message is trump again last week cut ten. Joe Biden Grimly declared a season of American darkness. And yet look at what we've accomplished until the play came in. We're Joe, Biden American darkness icy American greatest. We've seen heroic doctors nurses racing into action to save lives. We've seen first responders helping strangers in need we've seen the passage of historic legislation to save fifty million American jobs. We've mobilized American industry like never before. It's this statement of what he wants to do down at the bottom. You know he emphasizes the stuff about healthcare and changing our reliance on China. But down toward the end, there's some really good stuff. You means it education provides school choice to every child. In America I think that is a great agenda teach American exceptionalism I think that is the right thing to do. Actually I would wanNA see taught is the freedom agenda I would like to see freedom emphasized as the prime value the history of freedom how it comes to us from Greece and Rome and through Europe and to America. That freedom is the thing that makes this country some so different or has up till now and I think it's important that children learn that you know that it comes with problems. It's hasn't always you know if if slavery was wrong, Here's my thing. You know they like to emphasize slavery all great center of Slavery in Britain a great sin indeed but. A grayson being committed by everybody else including everybody in Africa. So pretty universal sin but if slavery so bad. Why is it so bad? Well, it's so bad because freedom is good. Right? If the freedom is not good, slavery is not bad but slavery is bad because freedom is good. So I would like to see freedom the Freedom Agenda taught in school. He has a thing I drain the swamp pass congressional term limits. Excellent idea that would be absolutely terrific. Some people say that congressional term limits are bad because they give more power to the. To the permanent governments of the bureaucracy but I would like to see the laws about the bureaucracy changed as well and that's another one and bureaucratic government bullying of US citizens and small businesses that I think should be done by law I think that they should get rid of they should pass laws to counteract Supreme Court decisions that give too much power to bureaucracies, allowing bureaucracies to interpret their own regulations, which essentially makes them not just legislators. It also makes them the judge in the trial, which is not a separation of powers bad want to. Defend the police rather than to fund police end illegal immigration, and protect American workers and innovate. They want to have a first manned mission to Mars, which I love I. I think that's a great idea. And America first foreign policy. You know it's interesting that they're touting. Of course, the Democrats are Touting Fair Enough Republicans like Jeff Flake who have defected to Biden's side and I can't imagine. I'll talk about this in a minute I can't imagine how anybody seriously anybody can support Joe Biden Kamala, I mean really hate trump stay home I get it but really voting for you know I mean the only the only way I could see doing it I guess is is just saying like you think trump is so bad that you'll even vote for these comment this the brain dead guy in the Communist. And the corrupt Communist, but it's it's pretty bad. It's lowering yourself a lot but the PEOP-, the Republicans who think there are a lot of them and whether their. Principal or not is not the point the Republicans who think once we get rid of trump we can get back to normal. They are wrong. They are wrong. They people trump to the presidency for a reason he beat every other Republican like that I mean the defeat, his defeat trump's two feet of hillary. Clinton may have been a one off. He may lose see this is the thing I keep telling people and they just. Hear. The words coming out of my mouth because everybody said, well, it was it was a mistake. It was a fluke that he beat Hillary Clinton maybe. So he may lose the next election, but the fact that he beat seventeen other Republicans and the best that the Republicans had to send a told the story before. But just before the primary started, I met a guy who's going to work at a very high level in the Jeb Bush campaign and I blurted out in my completely Cleveland esque way which I wish I sometimes which I wouldn't do but I can't help it. I blurt things out that. Say The thing that I think is true. I said Jeb Bush, no one's GonNa vote for him and he snorted at me you know what are you know and later they had me on a podcast where they how did you know and I said everybody knew everybody knew except that guy except Jeb Bush and the Republican Party it? They think they're going back to the JEB Bush George W, Bush Republican Party, and they will ever win again. They are wrong. Trump was right about immigration that people want. You know I was I was reflecting on this watching TV over the weekend I saw somebody talk about. Immigrants and I thought you know that's an immoral thing to say undocumented immigrants. Surely, the rule of law matters it's not immoral to say I hate this law and I want to open the borders. It's wrong but it's not immoral today I, WANNA law opening the borders but the save somebody can break our law and Edison salting insulting to the mention that he's an illegal immigrant because they are illegal immigrants that's what they are and they're not even immigrants illegal gate busters. They're just invaders. Basically you know and it's has nothing to do with where they're from or who they are. It's just a broken our laws are laws or what keeps US free. Our laws would keep us equal being a country of laws and not of men is what makes a free country work and this idea that you can break our laws and somehow just shrug it off is absolutely. Is absolutely wrong. It's immoral. You know it really is. You meanwhile Biden has put out this statement with Bernie Sanders called the Biden Sanders Unity Taskforce, which is really far left stuff climate change is a global emergency and it's not just global emergency but like so many crises facing the United States, the impacts of climate change are not evenly distributed in our society of our economy communities of color low income families and indigenous communities have long suffered disproportionate and cumulative harm from air pollution. Because they breathe more because the air condenses around but you know, what are they talking about? Those like dolts joke about the New York Times Headline World Ends, women and minorities are you know if they if climate change is absolute global disasters the global disaster for everybody you know the their economic their economic rules are very far left stuff. We all know and it's it's just it's galling because we've seen it all before we have seen the dealing with the causes of Crime Poverty Causes Crime Poverty doesn't cause crime you know the Poverty doesn't cause crime because people on Wall Street rich guys on Wall Street commit crimes. They don't commit the same crimes because they can do things safely with a pen. Another man, a poor man has to do with a gun on the street and I understand that I understand the kinds of crimes that come out of impoverished. neighborhoods are worse. Crime is caused by the human heart that's people commit crimes and we figured this out. We figured it out after decades of you know the kind of thing. The Joe Biden is talking about the rehabilitation stuff we figured out that kind of no nonsense law enforcement that lowers crimes saves black lives. We put it in place and they want to go back. PROGRESSIVISM is the most regressive philosophy. There is. All right. American. Home Shield. 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We're going to have another one Thursday on August twenty seventh will be live streaming and all access rive watch party for the last night of the RNC that'll be hosted by Michael Knowles because it's his turn in the barrel livestream will start at eight forty five. PM. Eastern. Five Forty Five PM Pacific sign up it daily wire dot com slash. Cleveland with. Coupon Code Access to get twenty percent off your all access membership. It was my favorite part of the Biden interview over the weekend this Cup. Four. Watch me. Mr President. Me Look at as both what we say what we do, what we control, what we know what kind of shape we're in come on this look, I think it's a legitimate question to ask anybody over seventy years old whether or not they're fit and whether they're ready but I just. I could say the American people it's a legitimate question to ask anybody watch me. Play the radio make sure the television excuse me make sure you have the record player on. Four kitchen just as bright and just towns white kids we choose science fiction. We choose truth over facts think about it. We all these truths to be self evident. All created by go you know the thing? Just watch me says, watch me. So you know Biden did exactly what trump was trump what exactly? What trump's said happened happened with Joe Biden he got through his speech without falling over without like. Saying anything. Incredibly. Stupid. Oh my goodness. What a wonderful wonderful thing. It was how the greatest thing ever. And and Brian Stelter by the way has come up with the idea of how to cover the RNC to protect any comparison with what we saw from Joe Biden here's. Brian stelter. Mentioned begins on Monday and the television networks going to interesting choices to make interesting decisions to make about whether to cut away if there's this stream of disinformation happening. I can tell Ya Daniel, Dale CNN's fact checker. He will be by I think you will see him in Primetime here on CNN providing facts when necessary. But I also think we're going to see. A cemetery in the Fox covers the convention. The E Cry. He's it's been hard on Brian. stelter. Is the most dishonest woman in the news business I mean maybe chuck. Todd. It's not just that he is so biased in he's so obsessed with I'm sorry. I'm using I gotta get my pronouns. She's so biased and so obsessed. With. Fox News and their biases. It's a she refuses to acknowledge that it's bias they're going to cover. They cover according to our friends at Media Research Center, the newsbusters website that I like so much the covered ninety percent of the RNC convention. Are they going to cover up the? Event Convention are they going to cover ninety percent of the? Not, a Brian stelter has. Anything to say about it I didn't get a chance to cover biden speech. But I do want to talk about it. A little bit is Biden's acceptance speech at the DNC and the reason I wanNA talk about it is because like I said. The fact that he delivered the speech at all that he didn't fall over in like bump his head on. A teleprompter or something was greeted with kind of wonder and delight and Chris Wallace who has become increasingly unreliable as an observer and I. You know I don't feel like Chris Wallace has to tow the Fox News Party line conservative line. I don't feel that way at all. He is the absolute right to his opinions but. You want his opinions to be informed and incisive. You want some fact checking you want some. Some examples of his knowledge of history from being a reporter for such a long time. When he interviewed Donald Trump I thought his questions were ill formed I thought they were badly phrased I thought they were unfair and everybody you know if trump makes a gaffe, everybody jumps on that fair enough. But we're Joe by and here is Chris Wallace reaction on Fox to Biden speech eighteen. I thought that He. Blew a hole a big hole in that characterization of you talked about the Line A. Character is on the ballot. Decency is on the ballot he talked about the different path for the country. Not In, a deep programmatic sense. But he did talk about plans, the virus and the economy for climate change and race and foreign policy, and he talked about what a united America can do to accomplish all of those things it seems to me that after tonight Donald Trump is going to have to run against a candidate. Not a caricature. This is a Guy Chris Wallace. Himself says, he has never seen anything like Joe Biden's refusal to the interviewed by anybody the interview with ABC was a softball interview and you know there's none of this shouting atom like people gathered around shouting on him like they do with trump there's nobody you know they asked trump about on and then they build this into a big thing I don't understand why queuing on such a problem eventually kooks support trump what's he supposed to? You know it's like they so they have a Kooky conspiracy theory the Kooky conspiracy. Theory from the Democrats is being sold by Nancy Pelosi. That's a lot more dangerous. Nobody's GonNa ask about that. Nobody's going to ask about the lies that Biden is told over the years the the plagiarism nothing like that. So he's praising the speech. Chris Wallace Wallace's play present the speech, and again he is right to his opinion but but it should be an informed incisive opinion. That's all I ask and let's take a look. For instance you know Wallace says Biden has plan to deal with the Chinese flu. Let's here by on the fluids cut seven. Five Year President on Day. One Will implement the National Strategy I've been, laying, out, since. March. will develop and deploy rapid tests with results available immediately. Make the medical supplies and protective equipment that our country needs. We'll make them here in America so we will never again. beat the mercy of China or other foreign countries in order to protect our own people. Will make sure our schools have the resources they need to be open, safe and effective. Will put politics aside we'll take the muzzle off our experts. So the public gets the information they need and deserve honest on varnish truth. They can handle it. We'll have a national mandate to wear masks not as a burden, but as patriotic duty to protect one another. Now with the exception of that that overreach about the masks, he's going to have a national mandate to have a mass which I may not even be constitutional. But aside from that, every single word he said trump has already done and when he says this has been my plan let's not forget that he was against banning travelers from China because he thought it was you know xenophobic you know he has been completely behind. The curve on this. But every single thing he said with the exception, the mass man they trump has already done. It's really as if you said, you know I'm going to have fly away red hair and bill buildings with my name on top of that. That's nobody's ever done. You know what is it? Is it even talking about what is he talking about and all the stuff that they put out the yesterday trump had a. Press conference to. That, he had gotten FDA emergency approval for this plasma treatment, which has been helpful to about thirty five percent of the people who taken. So it's reduced deaths by a third and the New York. Times immediately said, it's they use the plasma people who've gotten sick. So they have antibodies. So The New York Times first taxes cynical because it comes out right before the Republican convention then sends out a tweet. This is this really actually breaking news Hong Kong says they found somebody who had the disease and then got it again. So maybe these antibodies don't let you. Can't they can't stand it. It's the FDA the FDA is largely responsible for the screw up on testing they didn't. Make emergency get rid of the regulations on an emergency basis. So people were spending one hundred hours on paperwork before they could get any tests done and finally cleared that red tape away. Who Do you think is better clearing red tape away trump or the Democrats. The Democrats who come like they're basically made of red tape red tape. It's like a horror movie like red date monsters so When Chris Wallace says Oh how wonderful the guy actually stood on his feet and spoke words as if they were he knew what he where he was. You know it was just great. You know he's talking about stuff like that. All trump has already done, and by the way the hilarious power ties site put out this little video sped up of Biden's two thousand eight, Democrat Convention Speech Versus Two Thousand and twenty speech here they are. Respect, it's about were not. You can look at child in the eye and say, we're going to be alright. It's about respect. Scratch place in the community. And say honey is going to be okay. Transform the economy by making alternative energy a national priority. Opportunity, for her to lead the world in clean, energy. And create millions of new good paying jobs, the process and in the process created five million new jobs with five million new manufacturer Takata jobs. As you get older. You can remember things in the far past better than you can remember yesterday. So maybe that's why by the same speech, it's the same speech. And it's like we have to deal. We have to deal not just with the conflict between these two people, which is a conflict between two ways of running the country I mean trump is an abrasive character i. know he is, but basically we have these two parties are still the same two parties parties evolve over time. But this is still one party that thinks America is inherently great and one party that America is inherently flawed. This is. Still One party that thinks individuals should be free to make their own decisions to build their own businesses to keep their own money to spend their money the way they want an another party that thinks no, it's about the experts it's about the governor's you should just do as you're told, put on your damn mask but on your damn mask, stay home shut down your business we know what's best listen to the experts don't be against science. Yeah we're wrong. Science has been wrong a million times during this pandemic experts have been wrong a million times but listen to the next time because they're better than it's one. Is Basically one party that is in tune with the founding principal of personal liberty. That was what made people come here in the first place is why people sailed across the ocean and the other who is just feels that even sailing across the ocean was a crime against humanity because the Indians were here already and they shouldn't have been displaced. That's really that's really what's going on and when you compare. Donald Trump. Personally to Joe Biden I know that trump is the more. abrasive character but but Biden has a history of dishonesty. He has plagiarized before he has lied before about his involvement in the civil rights movement he has lied about his. School record in law school he has lied about the plagiarism he's lied about all the stuff. He was always an MD guy and he's lying now repeatedly about, Donald, trump saying there are good people on both sides meaning the white supremacist. And the Marxist because that's not what he said he never said it the press just let them get away with it, and that's the other thing we're dealing with we're dealing with. A party who is constantly attacked by the press and party for whom the press covers and personally on that basis alone, I would rather have a president of the press is going to go after and have a president like Biden or Kamala Harris who are going to go after this country that they do not like they essentially do not like the founding principles of this country and they're gonNA go at it in the dark because the press won't cover it I. GotTa Stop There but I'll be back again tomorrow I'm Andrew Cleveland this is the Andrew Klavan show. If you enjoyed this episode don't forget to subscribe, and if you want to help spread the word, give us a five star review. Also tell you friends to subscribe to were available on. Apple, podcasts on spotify wherever you listen to podcasts. Also be sure to check out the other daily wire podcast including the Ben Shapiro Show Matt Wall Show and the Michael Knowles show. Thanks for listening the Andrew. 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Ep 607 | Riots In Kenosha Affects Polls and NOW CNN Is Paying Attention!

The News & Why It Matters

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Ep 607 | Riots In Kenosha Affects Polls and NOW CNN Is Paying Attention!

"Today president trump will send in federal law enforcement to Canossa after Ryder fatalities and CNN finally thinks riots are bad because you know polls and stuff we've got a lot to get into and it starts right now. Welcome to the news and why it matters I am Sarah Gonzales today joined by lieutenant colonel. Allen West who is no longer by the way a candidate for the GOP party of Texas he is the chairman. Of a the. Yeah. No, we were so so thankful to see you to see you in and really anxious to see what you do with it Kazaa because we need you there right now. Which I'm sure you've noticed. So who? Also joined by chief researcher of the Glenn Beck, program Jason, patrol, thank you for being here as well, and by the way he did a lot of the a lot of the work for glunz. Special. That is coming up tonight that is a must watch for everyone I think. But specifically, if you have children who are going to school, it is a Master Watch this show. Of freaky stuff this show freaked me out the most because it's targeting kids preschool to twelfth grade when you see what they're teaching these kids. Oh my Gosh I have my son in my Home Office. I moved his virtual learning right next to me which by the way, your son is how old these freshmen in Highschool He's not a young one jason so like you're right by me. Doing That's nine PM Eastern tonight. All right. So president trump just said earlier this afternoon that he will send a federal law enforcement and the National Guard to Kenosha Wisconsin to restore locations in order after several days of unrest in the city in a night of fate several fatalities on the ground he tweeted out, we will not stand for looting arson violence and lawlessness on American. Streets my team just got off the phone with Governor, Evers who agreed to accept federal assistance and then put in parentheses. Portland should do the same. He said today I will be sending federal law enforcement and the National Guard to no-show Wisconsin to restore law and order now just to kind of give some context to this overnight. It got really bad I'm sure both of you saw. There were all of these riots they were looting businesses they were burning not just buildings but cars plenty of private property over the shooting of a Black Man Jacob Blake who is currently paralyzed and Since then we've had Elijah Schafer who is of course with blaze TV host slightly offensive with blaze TV he's honestly the craziest person I know because he's down there in the middle of everything saw one of the fatalities happen right in front of. Him where a man was shot in the head Now, he actually interviewed the alleged shutter who has been taken into custody. He's a seventeen year old and he has been charged with intentional homicide But here is the video of a liser Schaefer interviewing the alleged shooter and the shooter explaining that they were. They had live rounds and they were there to protect the business says watch we're projecting from the citizens and I just got pepper sprayed by. person. In the crowd. Not We don't have nonlethal. Ready to defend the property. We are eight