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The Times Called Officials in Every State: No Evidence of Voter Fraud
"The Times called officials in every state no evidence of voter fraud. Can you tell us how that reporting assignment went? How the story was reported leading to that sweeping conclusion. Yeah, we started with the thought of you know, there's been all these allegations coming from the Trump campaign and Republican allies about widespread voter fraud and all of these irregularities that, you know. One of the election away from them. So we started it at first, you know, just contacting the specific allegations they had made in states and election officials in those states and we thought was we were doing that. You know the whole Picture that I've kind of been painted by the president is campaign and the Republican allies you know, from before the election dating a long time ago. Has been that the you know, kind of United States electoral process is rife with fraud. Which is just not true, eh? So we thought we will reach every state and talk to the top elections official in every state. Most of the time that the secretary of state occasionally there's election commission like in Wisconsin, where there's top election administrator on bee Just ask them, you know. Have you seen any evidence of fraud or any kind of other irregularities? Would have played a role in the outcome of the presidential race. Whether it would you know, have these impacts. And we heard back directly from 45 of them on. They all said No. You know, they're very decrees of thing. Absolutely not. This is ridiculous. This thing our election was Smooth. We're proud of it. Um With it did not get back. What's already need statements saying as much on Ben the only one that didn't ever directly respond to us was Texas. But we contacted the top elections official in Harris County. The here is kind of clerk, his office and Harris County is home to Houston, and it's got a population of about 4.7 Million, which is bigger than about 25 states. And then they saw no evidence. So that's kind of how we went through everything T get to the conclusion that we drew. By the way, I think I Said. Your last name wrong. It's chorus. The needy. Yes, it is. I apologized in chorus in 80 from the New York Times Our guest. Let me stay on that aberration of Texas for a minute. Cause you reported that the Republican lieutenant governor of Tenet of Texas, Dan Patrick, already infamous for saying old people should be prepared to die from the coronavirus. So younger people can live normal lives that Dan Patrick he has offered. A $1 million reward fund. For anyone I should say. Established in $1 Million Reward Fund. I guess it wouldn't all go to one person for anyone reporting voter fraud. But Trump won Texas. So if his reward fund is intended to help Trump flip the results, How does that help? Exactly there is. It's not necessarily clear whether lieutenant governor Patrick's reward was just for Texas or whether you know it could be one of these, like we're seeing a couple of funds pop up. Among right aligned groups that are like offering rewards for reports, sir affidavits of voter fraud but you know, kind of looking beyond that. Yeah. We're talking about Texas, and we're trying to say, you know, did Texas experience any of these irregularities or anything? Obviously, from what we heard the prevailing answers? No, even though state officials never got back to us. If you'd wonder why Lieutenant Governor Patrick would feel the need to announce Uh, fun to reward reports that they already had a conference of evidence. And you know his. He has been, um Pretty vocal, making claims that you know, without any evidence that there was kind of widespread voter fraud in the past, so it kind of fits with what he is has said kind of throughout his career. But it certainly doesn't necessarily instill any kind of confidence again that there's any major evidence in Texas if you're offering money to reward reports of Voter fraud. And since Texas was still a red state in this presidential election, wouldn't it be funny if his million bucks turned up so much Republican voter fraud in this state that he wound up flipping it the other way, But of course, there hasn't seemed to be evidence of widespread forward on either side. So I guess he's not worried about it. It's political theater in
"governor patrick" Discussed on Radio Boston
"This is Radio Boston I'm Chris. Siddiq. That's the sound of hundreds of protesters peacefully marching in Boston yesterday calling for justice for Briana. Taylor after Kentucky grand jury decided not to bring charges for killing Taylor against the police officers who shot her. And it wasn't just Boston protests and marches took place in Sacramento, Colorado Springs Minneapolis Nashville and many other cities around the nation an outpouring of emotion anger sadness frustration over police violence in America writing today on WR's ideas and opinions. Page cognoscenti former Massachusetts Governor Duval Patrick said quote enough policing America has to change for peace in America to exist, and he joins us now governor Patrick Welcome back to radio. Boston Chris Thank you, I wish the circumstances were different. Yeah. That's putting it mildly. I'm going to start with a question governor the that we've asked many of our guests in the last six months. Twenty. Twenty has thrown a lot at us how we? Yeah. How're you doing? Thank you for asking Chris I am in in two thousand, twenty terms. I'm fine. We know we my family is is safe and healthy and and We're mostly together were for the first couple couple months we are able to put food on the table and. and we have still things we can laugh about but we're also. Very mindful and heartsick about The fact that that is none of that and much of that is not true for. An awful. Lot of our friends and neighbors around the Commonwealth. Around the country now. But the piece you wrote on Cockatiel a couple of specific things from that moment but I'm wondering if you could take us back to last week. When you heard the news out of the grand jury. What did you think courtesy react? Well you know as a lawyer and having listen to some of the analysis. I wasn't entirely surprised, but I will tell you that. Inside my legal training. I wanted the outcome to be different but I expected this.
Texas Supreme Court orders salon owner be released from jail
"News the state Supreme Court had ordered a Dallas judge to release the salon owner and you have until four o'clock today to set her free what's the latest ereli she's still sitting there they're not they're gonna wait till three fifty nine to fifty eight to let her know you're outta here wouldn't that be something right up until the last moment to release Sir even though the Supreme Court ruling came out at about ten forty five ten fifty five this morning yeah it wouldn't surprise me if they do that I mean it's already two o'clock and I would think that if she had been released we would be seeing that and I haven't seen anything on that yet Shelly loser put in jail seven days fined seven thousand dollars lieutenant governor Dan Patrick was on fox at twelve thirty today here's what he said about that case in the order from the state supreme courts and she should be out now I don't know what the judges waiting for she should be out already there's no reason Supreme Court said she should be released we'll see what this judge does that was it twelve thirty when lieutenant governor Patrick said that well I mean I guess the Supreme Court gave them until four and I guess as long as he abides by that what can you do I mean I think a lot of us what it said yeah as soon as you get the order you go ahead and release you know you're going to have to buy for anyway why are you making her sit there till four exactly lieutenant governor Dan Patrick said this story has now gripped not only Texas but all of America he says most of the public supports the salon owner in what she was doing and and elaborates on that people understand America that small business owners are really stressed right now you know everything they have they have tied up in their business their money and their dreams and one that's at risk they're gonna fight for it and so first of all this was a story of her fight and she's been on the front line fighting for a while on this protecting her eighteen employees who work
Boston - Deval Patrick Becomes Latest Former 2020 Rival To Back Biden
"Former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick is the latest former democratic twenty twenty president presidential race rival to back Joe Biden governor Patrick was among the last candidates to enter the race but dropped out after the New Hampshire
Deval Patrick to Democrats: Others have plans, I have results
"Divall Patrick is the accomplish two-term former governor of Massachusetts and he's running for the Democratic nomination for president. His is an Uphill Hill. Fight made tougher by the fact that African American voters are not giving the only black candidate in the race now the boost and support. He needs to have a fighting chance. The Patrick isn't giving up with reasons I said earlier. You know I have Others have plans. I have results here. What they are right now governor? Patrick thank you very much for being on the podcast Jonathan. Thank you for having me all right so when we were writing up in the elevator you said to me what what was that that you're a black man can't win so let's let's go right there. We're talking about my aunt. Gloria man part was off the Rick Now I read your column I read your column and I you know I was telling you on the way up about a caller to a a radio call in show. I was on in South Carolina a few weeks ago and he sounded. And I'm I'm aware of my presumptions and say he sounded like a Like a black man and he said To the effect governor. Patrick he said you know you are exactly right. You are just right for the country he said but I don't think that America's going to elect another black president And I will say more and he said well you see that Trump is the reaction to Obama and and we're just not ready for For Black President we thought we were when we elected Obama. But we're not today and you know I I have not Had not heard that again Until I saw your uh until I saw your article and I know you said that's not exactly what you were Right the article was about well. I mean what we're talking about is my my aunt. Gloria who lives in North Carolina at the Family Barbecue will uphold. I my relatives in in in the in the in the yard at the barbecue and she said the way the the the system the way it is right now things being so racist that it's going to take an old white man into beat an old white man old school against old school and that was her argument. For why Joe Biden she thought would be the person who should be the nominee the and should be someone who could beat President Trump and the Washington Post did a pole with Ipsos where Vice President Biden foreign away is leading among black voters in this was a poll. Only a black voters this sort of reinforced On Gloria's areas viewpoint you're standing in that poll was less than point five percent Do you think I mean given the call from the South Carolina giving on Gloria and the family hold them well the oath of the look. I think I might experience as a candidate. Eight and watching Candidates and in politics is to be deeply skeptical of polls Really right up until the eve of the election the mole that it matters to say the obvious is is Is the vote cast by by voters you know polls told us that the outcome of two thousand sixteen presidential the election was going to be very different than than the and it's not that all poles are bad. It's just I think most of what we're getting today are polls about name recognition in that. Add respect I have a lot of work to do Nationally and we're getting that work done but I think the the The part of the of the column Jonathan if I may okay so as a Respectful of your incredible work. I'll give you the critique. No it just made me sad Because I think what is happening in many ways and this goes beyond race but I also see it among A black voters I meet is that we are so focused on the very very very important work of defeating the incumbent president that we are all of us looking for permission to devote our aspirations so we keep being We keep talking ourselves or in some cases being talked into. What is the smart outcome and candidates do it as well Columnists pollsters pundits and And so forth and I think you know voters others have a singular power and that is to make up their own minds about who best represents events their aspirations for for themselves their families their communities and And the nation and seating that to To people who were you you know hard at work trying to sort of outsmart or forecast outsmart. The electorate forecast the election before people have really begun to focus in on it. I think is a a is a worry not just for me as a candidate but for me as a citizen. I'm going to ask you this question that I have I have here. You may have already answered it. But I'm going to ask it because it's sort of our black voters being pragmatic or too cautious is not just black voters and and When I say When you when when I hear pragmatic I am hearing That they are buying a narrative about likelihood of success from people whose success at predicting likelihood is mixed at best folks aren't GonNa unreason their way through polls and punditry to the right answer. They're going to Eventually pay attention to. WHO's making the best case and WHO's likely to make the strongest case against Against President Trump and the fact that we know Joe Biden. We're familiar with With Joe Biden. Who by the way is wonderful person? doesn't necessarily mean that He's the most effective at a At standing up to to president trump and I'll just say if I may on my own behalf and I say this mindful that there are it's big talented field with with a bunch of my friends in it no one else in this race has a range of life and leadership experience that I do domestic and abroad private sector and public And when you consider the range of challenges that face people black and brown and white and everybody else how much like The experience of growing coming up on the south side of Chicago with other black people and That I had and neighborhoods like it. How much like that? Experience is is experienced experienced today in In the suburbs in small towns among a white working class People better be willing and able to be a bridge to change that That lasts while speaking of of your career. I'll be a little more specific. You were the two term governor of the Commonwealth uh of Massachusetts. Yes you were the former. US Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights. Division during the Clinton administration correct rang and in private sector at Bain capital in other places. Why don't you think given this range of experience and having I'm Ben in the race now is two months yet? I think so. Yeah too much like today that you haven't that you haven't been able to break through through well we you know we have a lot of work to do. We are focusing not on national polls are becoming famous. I'm focusing on building in the early states. We have With a real emphasis on New Hampshire and South Carolina for reasons we can talk about but we have organizations in each places teams growing very a fast in those two primary states up on the air with TV commercials digital commercials in in the early states and that is a that is terrific. Perfect you know in the I think in the days before I came here To your offices in. DC We were in New Hampshire. I WANNA say three three days and did nine or ten events in those days had four front page Articles in local newspapers. There's big headlines and so on bigger and bigger crowds and they're very engaged so for me it's not about you know just showing up and having rallies. It's really trying to listen to people. I have a whole bunch of very strong ideas of my own campaign by asking people to make personal increasingly. They are they're doing so so again. I have no illusions about the about how heavy the lift And had life not intervened. I would have come in more than a a year ago and I think you know that story but I came in when I did because it felt like This great talented field. Good as it is and familiar to me as many many of them are Might Miss the
Sanders and Warren in close race among likely voters in New Hampshire
"But a judge in filament western Herman Minnesota senator any closure spent a lot of time and effort in Iowa while Sanders Sanders and and and Warren Warren Warren have have have ties ties ties to to to the the the electorate electorate electorate in in in New New New Hampshire Hampshire Hampshire familiarity familiarity familiarity former former former governor governor governor Patrick Patrick Patrick is is is also also also seeking seeking seeking to to to exploit exploit exploit just just just like like like Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts senator senator senator Paul Paul Paul Tsongas Tsongas Tsongas did did did back in nineteen ninety two
"governor patrick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Five firefighters in Worcester mourning the death of one of their own lieutenant Jay said Minard killed this morning in a fire on Stockholm straight under Charlie Baker tapping into head of the state police lieutenant colonel Christopher Mason will step into the job on Friday replacing retiring colonel Kerry guilty former Massachusetts governor bill weld as a Republican and Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren S. Democrat both filing paperwork today in New Hampshire get on the respective primary ballots in February another Massachusetts same getting into the presidential race former governor Deval Patrick reportedly telling allies he plans to seek the democratic presidential nomination more now on public impeachment hearings that got under way today in Washington the next witness testifies at the returning her against president trump is Alison Keyes reviewing some all the developments in the first public hearing top Ukraine diplomat bill Taylor detailed a phone call between president trump ambassador Gordon silent over heard by an aide saying eight ask the ambassador what the president thought about Ukraine as a sauna responded that president trump cares more about the investigations of Biden which Giuliani was pressing for that references to Joe Biden presidential attorney Rudy guiliani Republican Ohio representative Jim Jordan accused Taylor of being wrong about his understanding of the call with Ukraine president I told you what I heard and that's the point what you heard that did not happen Allison Keyes CBS news Washington on the road Attorney General William Barr says he doesn't recall president trump asking him to defend his call with the president of Ukraine.
Massachusetts ex-Governor Patrick enters crowded Democratic presidential race
"Former Massachusetts governor bill weld as a Republican and Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren S. Democrat both filing paperwork today in New Hampshire get on the respective primary ballots in February another Massachusetts same getting into the presidential race former governor Deval Patrick reportedly telling allies he plans to seek the democratic presidential
"governor patrick" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Himself as Joe McGee, I think Joe was is a close relative of fibber McGee. If you close your eyes when Camilla Harrison speaking, it sounds like she Canley Hillary Clinton. You know what it really does doesn't it? I mean, again, just the, the utter phoniness of her, because she if only Allison camaraderie had asked her, what her favorite, what her favorite the? Bob Marley song was. Although I did she I guess, she may have some people. I wasn't listening pick a song, she said, what are your three favorite songs, says all Retha Franklin? She can't come up with anything by Aretha Franklin. Respect chain of fools whose zoom in who when there's so many. Hey herald, governor Patrick calling. Wow. Another college commencement. You must be proud of your kids, graduated from good colleges as opposed to your crappy alma mater. We're gonna. You must be proud. I prefer to look at it as they graduated from expensive college as opposed to an affordable college, or at least it was affordable. If you could fake you're in state residents, like I was able to. As far as being tired of winning. I don't feel no ways to. Yeah, I always thought that.
"governor patrick" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"So governor Patrick say, you, you know, you're you're you're talking now is if you spent your entire life in finance. So I'm impressed by how fast you've got that learning. Keep up, but you know, it's a really generous. It's a Jenner. It's a generous industry in the sense that folks are sharing a lot of their learning. They they're they're very open to what the what they have you know, where the pitfalls are. And where the open issues and items are and they've been very welcoming to to me. Well, hang on here for a second. Because I just want to get Mark chance to respond to to develop Patrick, here's saying and just as also as another side note when governor Patrick mentioned, gap standards. I believe you're talking about the generally accepted, accounting, practices standards. Excuse me. That's all right. But maybe maybe there ought to be a set of gap standards for impact investing. That's probably a topic for another show or a finance and accounting publication. But Mark Guenther. What are you hearing? What developed Patrick is saying about what he feels at Bain capital? Double impact is already accomplishing. It sounds like a very thoughtful and sophisticated approach. I guess I have a couple of questions one is when you talk about a school. What would the metric be would it be number of students served or would it be number of students who were actually placed in jobs, and then there's the the other question that that Larry Kramer of Hewlett brings up which is if you're delivering commercial returns as well. As impact how do you think about the counterfactual? In other words, head Bain not come along and invested in in this school or that clean energy company. Wouldn't another investor seeking commercial returns have come along? Anyway. And therefore, how do you think about measuring impact or not measuring how do you think about having impact under that scenario that that's why I have a bit of a bias towards investments that deliver concessionary or lower than market returns. At least in. The foundation world because foundations have the ability to make that compromise got it. So couple of things first of all in our case..
"governor patrick" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"Control that will include non discrimination ordinances. You know, you see Republicans a little less harsh toward gay marriage. Almost pro marijuana in some cases, Texas drifting that direction willing to welcome conservative Muslims as allies particularly social conservatives. Yeah. And just willing to at least talk carefully governor abbots always talked carefully about Mexico in the border. So you can see that the that the Republican party wants to keep winning in in order to keep winning. They have to have forty percent of the of the fact vote, and they have to eliminate all the the disqualifications. It's kind of like a a fella going on a date with somebody. Who's a really great girl? You know, you you don't want to be disqualified on the first date you want to at least, listen and pay attention and just don't. Say anything on the first few days, if you can go out on three or four dates and still not get disqualified that chance the Republicans are trying to get rid of everything that makes them sound bigoted or makes them sound discriminatory. And it's part of the constitution. It's part of the state rolls. They that they are the the party of religious liberty. They can't go to Austin and talk about the religious freedom restoration act and restoring religious freedom if they don't seem to hold religious freedom. Yeah. So the they're trying to be sure that the parties open every this is we talk about fourth is the west begins, and this is kind of where the west Texas mentality that you about begins because you know, you go over east to plano, and you have the suburban districts, but Charlie guarantees work in Tarrant county for public schools is you know, what Charlie Aaron does here for and castleberry and for the for the public schools in his district dist- is caught aware that spirit begins of, you know, west Tex. Up holding the need for strong public school. But Kennedy at bud Kennedy on Twitter when it take you come. I know that we've spent more time than we expected to spend with you. But it's all been riveting. Appreciate you so many people asking me about that. I can just refer them to this podcast. Now a couple of things that you see emerging in this legislature head the inaugural today. A winter couple takeaways that you have going into the next one hundred thirty days. Yeah. Everybody's talking about getting things done quickly. And particularly it was interesting to hear the emphasis again today on fixing public schools. You know, some of the backdrop on that that that some legislator told me some lawmakers have said there were that next session, they'll be focused on redistricting session after that that make up the legislature may have changed. So the Republicans particularly in the house believe that this is the last chance to spend. The session fixing public school funding and doing something for public schools. It's always gonna be the the scales of Ardy focus more on public schools or more on limiting taxes. And I'm worried that those two are gonna get combined into one and that the focus is going to be more on limiting taxes, but the emphasis today on public schools, particularly from governor abbot was really heartening. It sounds like that yoga Lieutenant governor Patrick presented this budget with a five thousand dollar as for teacher thrilled for teachers want to hear more about schools, and what's being done for the schools and not just to pay teachers more. That's a great first step. But the governor abbots talk about teacher talk about schools seems to be sincere at I think that that's what he in the house wanna focus on. And I think that Lieutenant governor Patrick has his own ideas. Okay. In another thing you see sticking out. Well, I I mentioned the bath. Through mail, and we won't have a bathroom Bill, but we will have a couple of other very similar bills come up, and they're like, I say that the just the whole tamp down a local control and.
"governor patrick" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"FIFA warrants committing perjury and obstructing Justice who are they going to frame for gangland murders. They didn't commit. Is gonna come to the aid of a stone driver. Every time drivers the truck driver. Then you're screwed. That's true. That's that. You know, what that's a very good point. Because as a truck driver with that to be a deplorable. So therefore, the the ACLU wouldn't wanna protect you at all good. Good observation. Harry governor Patrick calling. Wow. Did you hear Paul Ryan is leaving office? What twelve percent favorability? That's almost as bad as you're wealthy town meeting. Now, why do you not getting re-elected? We're going to be saying I'm not running for reelection governor tweet. Yeah. But he did the if you didn't see that story Ryan had a unfavorability rating. A favorability rating of twelve percent when he left office all those all those anti Romney ads in twenty twelve didn't hurt him. But his performances speaker drove him into the toilet is his favorability rating was lower than the vol's at the end. Now, you gotta reissue t shirts maybe with a mosquito flying away with all the Indian DNA in it. If you haven't seen that on the internet. There's a me out there. It's it's it's a mosquito landing on a hand at it says there goes Elizabeth's one one thousand twenty four..
"governor patrick" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Insurance CEO or healthcare company CEO is part of what led him to to believe in single payer. Right. I mean, can you is it? Is it still credible that he's come to single payer later than you, but him that he explained. I tell you guys what I actually think, instead of speculating about it So I've always I've always been in favour of single payer, healthcare as long as I can remember when I worked for governor Patrick I. Worked for governor Patrick and his priority was making Massachusetts health reform work it was just past when he took office. And I played a key role in helping to make it work successfully, we gave two hundred thousand people in the state. Access to low income the. Low income people access to. Health insurance coverage you didn't have it before I'm very, proud of that when I went to work at the health insurance company it was a way to help low income people. Get access to healthcare. And try to make a difference within the system as it worked with big reason I'm running for governor is to be able to advocate for and. Push a policy agenda, that I that I think we need to push and so I'm a I'm a, strong believer that we need to go to a. Single payer healthcare system and I, became an even stronger believer in it because, as you were suggesting Kevin because of my experience in the healthcare industry which I. Saw up close and personal is extremely dysfunctional and not working for people You, buy up not totally I mean you know one. Of the things, when you go up a big company you have to understand that you're not trying to align with every one of, their interest you have to be willing to say sometimes that your business model. Does not meet the public interest and that's the case here and I just worry that when Jay gets in the. Room at the people he's known for a long time and they're say, j you can't kill a company you can't do. This you can't do that. He says well we're gonna. Find some middle ground and the middle ground is not, where the solution is here so I think it matters a lot of that he has not exercised this kind of vision. For a long time. Going back to and I think you need a special status skills to negotiate with those kind of companies I've done that many times nationally across many. Industries to create a, totally new system of accounting that is used by them so I I have the, experience but I think also have the tools to. Really Marshall support because this isn't, it going to be a technical battle it's, going to be a political battle and the politics of this are that you have To bring people together to move the legislators who, are nervous about making change and are hearing a, lot, that this will be a. Disaster you need to. Have the orchestration and. The ability, to, build coalitions and to lead those relations effectively that's exactly what I've done and that's a skill. That I've applied around the country and around the. World and I think Massachusetts really needs it right now I think that that is, a really important question is who's going to be able to better deliver on this ambitious. Agenda like single payer healthcare and the key sponsors and advocates for it in the legislature people like Senator Jamie Eldridge have. Endorsed my, campaign they think I, am going to be best positioned to pull those coalitions together and make the case and provide the leadership to get. It done and that's where that experience. I've had in the past I think is important It's not gonna matter what we wanna do unless we actually deliver on the summing that I'm not only committed to. Delivering on we have to. Deliver on our healthcare system is not sustainable the. Way it is it's crushing families budgets it's. Crushing businesses budgets it's crushing state state government's budget and it's in it's resulting in are not being able to do lots of other really important thing to do like invest in our. Education system make public universities affordable for people throughout the state there's a lot of important stuff we. Need to do that's getting, crowded out by the cost of healthcare and it's why we have to a, single payer system and why we're going to get. It done Afam governor but the bottom line for I think both of us is how do people define the problem if people think this is, like Charlie baker's just not managing things well enough and then maybe somebody who's done the exact same jobs who. Has been budget chief who's been ahead of insurance company maybe that's what we want I think we need a break with the past we don't. Wanna go about continue with Charlie we don't want to, go back to the The methods that we. Were using and governor Patrick time we need to move forward. Boldly we need to. Take into account, what's, happening around the, world, we are being left behind as, a state and even though things look superficially pretty good this is harming millions of people so I think that, someone with vision drive energy experience, in making fundamental, structural change and economic and financial. Training what we need and so again if people think. It's just a question of management okay but if, people understand that that bold agenda has to be comprehensive it has to draw on our deepest dreams, and it. Has to move us forward, you know if you just go up and talk to people on beacon hill they're going to tell you, what we can't get that much done, so aim low and Charlie Baker had the slow game high when he ran so aiming is fine but ultimately what. We need to do and. I think I'm much better position to someone who. Is free from those begin held to is. To be able to move forward as an Independent progressive force and a straw. Leading governor though is this vision drive old principles versus the. Ability to deliver no I think I had, and I think the bolt, clear vision which, people become inspired by is the. Key to -implementation and so if you don't lay it on and away that really inspires people helps them understand why we need. Ford you're not, gonna it's j. sometimes he'll just lock people in, the. Room well people need to feel that when they come out of, the room there's a lot of people waiting to hear what the answer is so. As I, say it's not a technical issue a political issue and from my, experience over forty years I can tell you that unless you create. The context for that kind of transformation is not going to happen and that's. Why I think that, the experience that I've accumulated making that. Kind of change by orchestrating the the energy and the excitement for it is is key dot our last minute that I wanted to give Jay A chance to take clothes campaigns are about right. As demonstrating that you can build coalitions and, and generate momentum and enthusiasm for making change, and I'm really proud of the momentum our campaign has we literally knocked on tens of, thousands of doors all across the state in. The last few weeks as I said we earned the endorsement? Of, the Democratic Party at. The state convention recently and the kind of stuff Bob and I are talking about we absolutely. Have to get done we need a governor with an ambitious agenda who's going to deliver on it we've got a. Governor right now. Who just on healthcare as an example has no agenda. At, all he's putting bandaids on a system that has gaping wounds he, tried to kick one hundred forty thousand low income single working mothers. Off of the Medicaid, program he's going the wrong, direction we need. A democratic governor who's going to take, us in the right direction is going to stand up for Donald Trump who's gonna fight for regular people in, the state stand up for every single person I think for the reasons we've talked about I'm the best, position to deliver on it and I really hope to earn people's support in the democratic primary on September fourth Vegans Alice Bob Massey thanks for joining us on Frank talk will hope to have you both back on herald radio many times before the primary if I haven't fleas remind people about September. Four number four the beautiful election day after, Labor Day Electra joining us on Frank talk, people listening to Boston.
"governor patrick" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"The stomp it's always been sort of all of the good things that you've got to remember about the patrick administration i was right there in the room for them and all the bad things that happened that was somebody else jaso i don't know if that has anything to do with influencing governor patrick's thinking but certainly i mean massie has been more critical divall patrick he's plainly saying we don't want to go back to the patrick administration just curious message for democratic massey's democratic primary audience but but jay has separated himself from from patrick's legacy and has been critical of gambling i think is probably the biggest issue that pops to mind jay said that he didn't support gambling but we we on the show last week and ask him if he would support governor patrick if he ran for president and he wouldn't j wouldn't commit to supporting governor patrick either so i don't know if he's really got a good complaint that he's that governor patrick should support him if he if he won't return the favor yeah my my governor patrick remains a pretty popular cooking particularly in democratic circles and and certainly nobody at bain supported mitt romney i mean you know wouldn't want would want that to happen so remember twenty twelve working for the state party when the when the bane hit with something national dams wanted to talk about our line was plenty of we know a lot of people who work for bain capital a lot of them are good democrats who contribute to democratic candidates in the democratic party but none of them would complain that would explain that what they do is job creation that was our answer because we have a lot of people work at bain are good massachusetts democrats say it was a conflict craft something there with you.
"governor patrick" Discussed on WWL
"In rappers in containers all floating on the top because we are down here and so mayor cantrell is right don't litter i mean you need to accept some responsibility for those storm drains getting all clogged up with junk because you throw it on the ground so that's some responsibility that you can't transfer to the mayor or even to the sewage and water port and are a president oliver north says ritalin contributes to moscow shootings like the texas shooting president trump tweeted out quote video games and glorification must be stopped it is creating monsters lieutenant governor dan patrick well he blamed a number of things for the school shooting whether it's through abortion whether it's the breakup of families through violent movies and particularly violent video games which now outsell movies and music psychologists and psychiatrists will tell you that students are desensitized to violence that sounds real official psychiatrists will tell you they're desensitized there there are no conclusive studies lieutenant governor patrick that support your statement there there are not conclusive studies point out that this is the reason that people go kill people that violent video is the reason is the source i mean this is a bunch of bs violent again when you think about the number of people who've been playing violent video games for so many years how can you possibly blame that there would be more killers on our streets and it's so easy for the lieutenant governor of the state of texas a red state and he's a republican nothing over republicans think this way but it's real easy for him to say well yes this is to blame you know let's not blame the gun and i don't blame the gun but let's blame all this other stuff really you know i can make the same argument for violent video games that a guy like patrick is gonna make when it comes to not blaming a gun it's a tangible item if you want to join us our numbers two six zero one eight seventy and.
"governor patrick" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It's just don't send your kids to school the country's not safe properly the president's hope eats nonsense like they literally made up facts in order to get that twenty or more because you can't make laws or something that never actually happens i was so pulled by that list and it has gotten absolutely no coverage to you covered it google tonight fewer school shootings and i have all the school shootings since in the last twenty two years there's been a total of nine mass shootings and those are the facts but the media can't go with the number that's so insignificant they had the crap out of you and even lieutenant governor patrick of of your state of texas of animal my show a few times he's a great guy but he's buying into the idea of tsa type metal detectors and doors being shut down i mean i don't mean to diminish what happened in your state what happened in santa fe high school was terrible but i wanna know what law prevents criminal activity and this kid stole the guns i guess from his father and there's a criminal statute in texas that said the owner or user of firearms must secure them so the father is going to be charged with a crime but i don't know how you stop these is extremely rare events from taking place for me all but i don't like g idea but it is an armed guard in the schools idea even even in this case one of the one of the teachers saw the shooter and because he was alarmed all he could do was both fire alarm and nine people perished ten people including the teacher is that teachers had even a teaser he could use the keizer instead of the fire alarm and save ten lights you don't have to be guns irs are just as effective against children but on on on impeach completely unarmed school an online protest against people who are armed he's never going to go well so we we can't have it zero guns on campus because the only gun go then belong to the criminals who aren't following the legal law and also mark the left is wonderful at putting traumatized teenage victims in front of the.
"governor patrick" Discussed on WJR 760
"My call i was actually in highschool during columbine which was the first of all these shootings so i i was there when all the news coverage covered it we all got metal detectors the my whole school district lockdown we all got counselors it was great and i have been watching the school shootings up i saw parkland i counted that as number four personally after sandy folk and i was recently informed by a co worker that we've had twenty in the last ten years i was so appalled by this that i made him look up to very list that you're referring to and we found that if five blocks away there was a gunshot that's a school shooting one of the school shootings was a kid showing a gun to another kid it didn't even charge even my friends is went when he realized how big of a fear tactic this don't send your kids at schools the country's not safe properly the president's fault nonsense like they literally made up facts in order to get that twenty or more because you can't make laws or something that never happens i was so appalled by that list and it has gotten absolutely no rich until you covered it google tonight fewer school shootings and i have all the school shootings since in the last twenty two years there's been a total of nine mass shootings and those are the facts but the media can't go with a number that's so insignificant they had the crap out of you and even lieutenant governor patrick of of your state of texas i've animal my show a few times he's a great.
"governor patrick" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"And i have been watching the school shootings count up i saw parkland i counted that as number four personally after sandy folk and i was recently informed by a co worker that we've had twenty in the last ten years i was so appalled by this that i made him look very list you're referring to and we found that if five blocks away there was a gunshot at the school shooting one of the school shootings was a kids showing a gun to another kid it didn't even charge even my friends is went when he realized how big of a fear tactic this is don't send your kids to school the country's not seat properly the president's hope nonsense like they literally made up facts in order to get that twenty or more because you can't make laws for something that never actually happens i was so pulled by that list and it has gotten absolutely no reach until you covered it mark i'm going to go tonight fewer school shootings and i have all the school shootings since in the last twenty two years there's been a total of nine mass shootings and those are the facts but the media can't go with a number that's so insignificant they had the crap out of you and even lieutenant governor patrick of of your state of texas i've animal my show a few times he's a great guy but he's buying into the idea of tsa type metal detectors and doors being shut down i mean i don't mean to diminish what happened in your state what happened in santa fe high school was terrible but i wanna know what law prevents criminal activity and this kid stole the guns i guess from his father and there's a criminal statute in texas that said the owner or user of firearms must secure them so the father is going to be charged with a crime but i don't know how you stop these these extremely rare events from taking place for me it's all been i don't like g idea but it is an armed guard in the school ideas even even in this case one of the one of the teachers saw the shooter and because he was unarmed all he could do was both the.
"governor patrick" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Taxes on you wanna talk about the school shootings please go ahead awesome thanks michael i was actually in highschool during columbine which was the first of all these shootings so i i was there when all the news coverage covered it we all got metal detectors that my whole school district lockdown we all got counselors it was great and i have been watching the school shootings counting up i saw parkland i counted that as number four personally after sandy folk and i was recently informed by a co worker that we've had twenty in the last ten years i was so appalled by this that i made him look up to very list that you're referring to and we found that if five bucks away there was a gunshot that's a school shooting one of the school shootings was a kid showing a gun to another kid it didn't even guess charge even my friends is went wide when he realized how big of a fear tactic is don't send your kids to school the country's not safe properly the president's fault nonsense so like they literally made up facts in order to get that twenty or more because you can't make laws for something that never actually happens i was so appalled by that list and it has gotten absolutely novell's rich to you covered it mark i google tonight fewer school shootings and i have all the school shootings since in the last twenty two years there's been a total of nine mass shootings and those are the facts but the media can't go with the number that's so insignificant they had the crap out of you and even lieutenant governor patrick of of your state of texas i've animal my show a few times he's a great guy but he's buying into the idea of tsa type metal detectors and doors being shut down i mean i.
"governor patrick" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Well management issue the state agency that the governor overseas so i think in the same way that you know after a term the governor can be held accountable for the operations of the good or bad in the same way that i don't have the democrat blame governor patrick for the woes of the tea because governor patrick was there for eight years as well so but i think when you're the person sitting in that corner office and we're talking about the management of the state agencies it's it's i think it's pretty weak to not that he's doing this but i think it would be let's say well i've done my hands are tied the legislature really is one the only reason i ask about it is because it's actually evans who's making this case what happened in and this is taking you into the little into the weeds a little bit here but what happened in i guess it was ninety seven legislatively took away the power for the boston police to make an arrest in that in that area and it can only be restored through legislation apparently so it does actually matter that's true and that's that's the jurisdictional issue that i think it would be weird discover governor baker were jurisdictional issues and saying please can go here please can go there but i just mean in terms of not not so much that putting the core management of how they're reporting whether they were using overtime all of those issues are right right on his lap yeah.
"governor patrick" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Ardi all or an extra so let's see your kid gets killed while texting and driving down the road and nobody says hey we gotta stop kids from texting that would be stupid simple to do under certain circumstances but your kid gets killed in high school we gotta take guns away from every law abiding citizen in the united states of america let that sink in that's pretty much the argument being made by gun grabbers by the psychotic anti second amendment crew and they are legion now on gentle leap this whole show today has been pretty much inspired by trump's safety school safety plan in my comments around it but keep in mind that there organizations out there right now that want the second amendment shredded and keep in mind those of you that want to do this stupid ill thought out lee chat fields one of them lee chatfield a a non supporter of governor patrick phobic hopefully governor patrick he's there into this insane what is it called con con something or overconcentration constitutional convention they want a constitutional convention so they can get themselves a balanced budget amendment and they all are deluded in thinking well we don't have to worry about opening up the constitution because it lobby very control and it's only around one amendment that's not how it works it doesn't work like that if you go to the constitution section that says you can either amend the constitution or constitutional convention once it's open it's open and if you don't think communists are licking their chops just sit back and say don't get involved it because if these socalled conservatives go around and get these states to to do this there so now even stupid that we will come in and be part of this with leftwing legislatures legislators and we will shred that constitution in particular we will do it second amendment if you don't think that's a foot year nuts so knock it off with amending the constitution to balance the budget how stupid can you get now by not amended but open up the constitution if you wanna do it amended the constitution that's the way you do it you know the forefathers when they wrote that right now they're spinning in their graves thinking what the hell are we doing giving these idiots enhance open up the constitution again we.
"governor patrick" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Of he's the majority other what the majority leader of the senate state senate yeah and having everybody's listening to this station knows what's going on it basically he got upset with pay he's been upset with petkovic for a while and he got upset with pat callback because senator patrick callbeck soon to be governor patrick callback hopefully because he had done some speaking at a right to life meeting in his district and he pulled out some rule that said you violated then removed senator coal back from all his responsibilities control over his staff funding budget i mean basically just slapped him an and that's telling this is why you should vote for patrick here because you know what the swamp guys like meek off the these guys like me offer up there in lansing spending your money doing whatever listened to the special interests not doing what's best for the people and tax payers of the state of michigan and when they remove patrick coal back from these committees it's because they don't want a commonsense conservative who's looking out for you involved and that's why they took him out so patrick coal back is the guy if you want somebody who's going to represent us as taxpayers us as citizens of of the state of michigan patrick cold that your guy and you need a look them up you need to talk them up he is a rocket scientists he's not your typical politicians and he's going to have an article on the front page of the next issue coming out this week of the current yes he's going to have an article just discussing us so there's a march against me off this coming out the state capital and it's gonna be on november 27th and people are me the capitol gallery a ninth thirty in the morning and they're asking if you show up be polite be kind this is more of a silent march to protest against me cough but it's it's the basically show the voters displeasure i think this is working to senator caldbecks advani advantage do yeah i i would say the notoriety is showing him as the underdog people liked the underdog yeah i pet like a lot of our republican politicians just need to get more marketing in system you know like bob younger nazi yeah yeah it's one of those things well pay attention to that one because the.
"governor patrick" Discussed on Politico's Off Message
"Governor patrick have this huge proposal but he ruled out but he didn't get the buyin of legislative leaders before he did it until so it caught everyone off guard and ultimately the proposal singles and nothing really happened now interesting works we're seeing governor charlie baker republican you know going forward with with proposals for transportation than if he has this kind of infamous uh good relationship especially with the house speaker that you know we didn't see with governor patrick even though they were all the same party so i told you a lot of obama people about patrick them and the possibility that it would run and 2020 uh and was surprised at how open many of them were about it uh what are you people in the state house people who worked with him governor or even just people and on streets in boston and the throughout massachusetts and large we would think about that idea of devolved patrick presidential candidate and maybe if all the things click together in a way that he himself is pushing offers the possibility of this point too should should be noted uh that what you're talking about president of all patrick what would people make of that um i think there's a there's a strong representation of the devolved pattern afrah you know eight years in office produce there's a lot of different people who have a lot of different connections so you know they massachusetts there are um there could be a lot of job opportunities in a federal you know patrick administration that i think you know it can be completely out as uh however you know if anyone who sits down and speaks with devolved patrick or listens to one of his speeches you know the way he speaks and you know i it's it's almost cliche to write about all patrick soaring over oratory um play you really don't have that kind of has that.