21 Burst results for "Greg Gianforte"
"greg gianforte" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"I get so many calls from people so many emails saying you know i. I would leave my job. I guess i'd speak up. But i'm gonna get fired and and i don't know i can get another job. What will happen to me there. There there are blacklists that are happening now. Unfortunately in several parts of the country and our freedom of speech is being squashed. I want to bring in daniel sir. He's a senior attorney. Liberty justice center and daniel. We've been we've been talking back and forth for a while now to try to figure out how we can help people who are in this situation and the best way to help them is to make sure that it never happens again and so we need to find some good cases too. I have this right aiming mainland. You got it exactly right right now. You and i both know your listeners know conservatives in this country we are under attack the reality is that the last and their social justice warriors they have weaponized the woke ism this ideology. That's taking over and they are taking down anyone who dares to speak up on behalf of conservative viewpoints there in a search and destroy mission. Glenn used it best about your listeners. And other folks who share these views they wanna censor them. They want to take him down on social media. They taken down at school in government and even in the workplace and so we think the answer to social justice. Warriors is what we're calling at liberty justice center one eight warriors people who will stand up and fight back behalf of the first amendment. This is gonna take a lot of a lot of guts because people know you know it's it's it's one thing when they try to curb your freedom of speech and say you can't say these things but it's gone beyond that it's now you must participate in these things and if you disagree it doesn't matter so i mean you are. You're going to be a pariah and you'll possibly lose your job or you lose your your standing in school and I mean. I don't know how many people are really willing to do that.
"greg gianforte" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Last month in a little reported story out of europe. The european parliament has voted in favor of a resolution that demands all large companies in the eu as well as some smaller businesses put es g standards into place or face harsh fines for their respective national governments. So if you don't have any seo this is e you if you don't have any as g score that you're living by you. Better start living by your. I mean they're already doled out for you. Don't worry you got one. You're going to get one for your house and you for your your kids and everything. It's going to be great anyway. This conspiracy theory that is definitely not gonna be codified. The eu parliament just voted in favor of that demand to make sure that all of the companies are using. Es standards well. This is a good thing because it's happening in europe and not in america. The resolution passed by the european. Parliament is not yet binding on member states. It's a strong sign however that the thumbscrews are coming out and everyone will of course adopted in order for the resolution to become binding. The european commission must Formerly proposed the resolution as legislation and then parliament and the member states have to vote for the legislation. Okay now it's going to happen because there is overwhelming support for it in the eu are right now according to the international law firm of shearman and sterling when shearman talk sterling listens even though sterling like that shearman. He's back stepping bastard. I should've had my name i anyway. They said the proposed due diligence framework targets three categories of potential and actual adverse impacts including human rights the environment and good governance. These categories are deliberately broad said either sterling or shearman and would in many cases require businesses to make sweeping reforms to align with left wing social justice goals imposing them on the societies in which they operate for example the human rights category means any potential or actual adverse impact that may impair the full enjoyment human rights by individuals or groups of individuals in relation to human rights including social worker and trade. Union rights. these categories shearman or sterling. Went on to say are deliberately broad and they will protect the environment it would involve according to shearman and sterling the right to safe clean healthy sustainable bio diverse environment as defined.
Montana governor tests positive for COVID-19
"The governor of Montana is isolating after testing positive for coded nineteen the Republican governor of Montana Greg Gianforte has tested positive for Corbett nineteen the state recently expanded coronavirus vaccine eligibility to adults sixteen and over engine four day received his first dose of vaccine Thursday at a pharmacy in Helena his office released a statement Monday saying that after experiencing mild symptoms a day earlier he was tested out of an abundance of caution the governor's canceled in person events and they'll be isolated well he works from home in Bozeman the governor lifted a statewide mask mandate in mid February it had been in place since last July G. forty had recently been in the news after he tried to kill the wolf outside Yellowstone National Park I received a warning from Montana fish wildlife and parks department for not having gone through a state required wolf trapping certification course I'm Jennifer king
"greg gianforte" Discussed on AP News
"Montana Governor Greg Gianforte is tested positive for Cove in 19. A few days after getting a Cove ID shot. The governor's office says he had mild symptoms and he's isolating for 10. Days Cove in cases arising again in this country. CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky cases are increasing nationally and we're seeing this occur predominantly and younger adults AP Washington Correspondent Saga Madani on what Dr Lynskey says is causing the number of infections to go up. And she says the increasing variance spread and the rise of youth sports and other activities are playing a role, she says. The good news is the majority of American seniors have now been fully vaccinated. ER visits, hospitalizations and covert deaths among those 65 older are all down. Soccer. Megane Washington Beginning today, New Yorkers over 16 years old can sign up for Cove in 19 vaccinations. I'm Rita Fall way. The U. S and Iran are expected to begin in direct nuclear talks in Vienna. Efforts to bring the US back into the 2015 nuclear deal on Iran's program are to step up a gear as Iran on the five world powers remaining in the accord meet in Vienna, while the U. S is to start negotiations with Tehran. Also do in the Austrian capital is a US delegation headed by the administration. Special envoy for Iran Rob Malley, the State Department says. Talks will be structured around working groups that the Europeans will form with the other parties of the accord. I'm Charles Dillon asthma. Iran says A group of officials have been indicted for the Ukraine plane shoot down. In Iran. Prosecutor says 10 officials have been indicted in Iran over the 2020 military shoot down off the Ukrainian passenger plane that killed 176 people. The timing of the announcement comes after Iran faced withering international criticism last month for releasing a report into the shoot down a flight ps 752 that blamed human error but named no one responsible for the incident. This announcement comes just as to Ron begins in direct negotiations with the west of its collapse. Nuclear deal with world powers. I'm Charles Dillon asthma. Thank you. For when your entire life.
"greg gianforte" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review
"In fact i would say spot on but there are a few that are very confusing and very concerning the confusion comes from the fact that cabinet. That repeatedly says less red tape less bureaucracy. Less government overreach added section for item seven which reads in order to receive or qualify for land and water fons a written expression of support by both the affected governor and local county or county government equivalent is required for the acquisition of land water or interest in land or water under the federal l. w. f. program. Meaning that if you the owner every private piece of ground something we hold quite dear in this country wishes to use l w for a project. You've applied forked. Up the matching cash for the grant crossed your t.'s. Whether or not you get those funds to complete your project on your land would now depend on your relationship with your county commissioner or possibly the governor of your state now aside from the fact that the trump administration took on the great american outdoors act and passed it while accepting a lot of pats on the back. Now seems they're saying you can have l w we just wanna make it really hard to access it. So here's some obstacles to make it even more difficult and more. Daunting this should irk you. This should get under your skin. As an infringement of your private property rights the plausible reason for this i believe is to protect the county tax fund development creates more revenue than agricultural land and agricultural land creates more revenue than federal land. This is the argument that accounts purely for property tax not cash coming in from gas sales and restaurants and flat tires and stuff when folks are out hunting and fishing. The other implication here would be that someone in state government from the county level up to the governor could catch wind of your project and say no for any reason. Maybe you want as a private land owner to provide an easement through your property to a river but your neighbors along that river and joy that lack of access so they petitioned either the county or the governor and they get to tell you what you get to do with your private land. This is very interesting to me. Because i live in the state of montana. A state where we have an incumbent. State senator steve daines who has cited against historical ease months to public lands. And we just elected a governor. Greg gianforte who is on the record trying to get rid of a public river access site adjacent to his personal property because he didn't want people using the river next to his home. Now another reason the you may hear as to the necessity of a county or state level. Sign off in regards to the use of l w for land acquisition is essentially a government overreach argument or the very same argument turned on its ear. You don't want the fads come in here to take more land away from the state. Well unfortunately that's just not how these things work. It's not some random federal agent in d. c. Who puts their thumb on a map. Says this spot we're going to take it starts with a member of your community going holy. Hell i worked my whole life keeping the farm together and now the kids wanna break it up. I wish there.
"greg gianforte" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Exactly. But that being said at the moment in time, right? The enemies that that Putin was rallying against were catching separatists in this country. You have Democrats and the news media itself who are often the targets of the president of the United States. I r- and to me that's something that we've never seen before. So the president's advisors, and I'm thinking most recently of Larry cudlow, the chief economic adviser says in these rallies, the president's just having fun. And there is a lot of laughter as you probably noted as you watch these hours of video here is Trump talking about Montana, congressman, Greg Gianforte. And by the way, never wrestle him. You You understand understand that? that any guy that you do a body slam? Mike. Many many people find the center -taining and politicians have always appreciated a laugh line, but you're not seeing the humor. Yeah. Look since the beginning of the Trump presidency. Many of those around Trump have basically told us don't pay attention to what the president of the United States says and to me a that's fun analytically because Trump has given us a unique window that we've never had before into the real time thinking of president he blurts, everything out and more importantly words have consequences. And that example, where the president in the midst of the controversy over the disappearance and apparent murder and dismemberment of Saudi journalist kashogi, the president is cheering on violence against a journalist was sort of horrifying context of that common. Of course, it matters in my view, the fact that subsequently we've had this wave of pipe bomb sent to Democrats and two media figures around the Cup. Country at a time when the president seems to be laughing and celebrating violence toward journalist. You know, it seems to not only while the unpresidential. But clearly there is a connection between the atmosphere in which a leader is enabling or empowering those who might be encouraged to undertake violent acts Ducey connection to those laws as MS truce and any cult of personality, you might have seen at these rallies. Absolutely. I go back to the comment during the twenty sixteen campaign, you know, that I could shoot somebody in the middle of Fifth Avenue, and they would still follow me. And those who have studied this kind of rhetoric from other divisive. Populace figures have also observed this outside of the United States, the context in which a charismatic authoritarian leaning leader wants people to embrace his narrative of the world, even and perhaps especially so when he's promoting, nah. Not facts, but an alternative version of reality because that makes them more tied to him into his view of the world. So finally, Susan, how are you seeing this Trumpian rhetoric reverberating around the globe right now? There's no question, you know, you have populations in places like Poland and Hungary, cheering Trump on and actually endorsing meters who are quite similar in many ways who came before Trump. And so I think this is a phenomenon of political presentation of confrontational ISM divisiveness. The new politics of fear that is with us in many different places. How much do they inspire each other? How much did they learn from each other? I think there's some compelling evidence that a fair amount Susan Glasser with the New Yorker, thanks very much..
"greg gianforte" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Around the world repressive governments around the world that make clear they want violent stunts their political opponents, even President Trump's worse statements where he's making jokes about Greg Gianforte, which you talked about last week body slamming reporter there is an actual difference. It turns out between body slamming a reporter and bombing someone now if somebody went out and punched reporter and said, I. It because President Trump was making the sort of remark about Regine fourteen making light of that. I would say, okay, there's at least some connection they're not going to say that there's a connection between people sending mail bombs to Maxine Waters and the president of the United States saying that Maxine Waters is very low IQ individual. We say that kind of stuff about each other all the time in a free country. Maybe it's not the best thing to say. But that doesn't mean it's an incitement to violence. This kind of stuff has to stop. It really does. But the media are not stopping it and President Trump fires back in just a second. The media obviously are not lowering temperatures amazing to watch members of the media claim that violent rhetoric began with President Trump or overheated rhetoric. Non violent rhetoric overheated rhetoric began with President Trump. If it weren't for Trump. We wouldn't have anything like this really reysen rayson was sent to Senator Susan Collins two weeks ago a year and a half ago. A Bernie Sanders supporter shot or attempted to shoot thirty six congress people in nearly killed the house majority whip Donald Trump junior's wife was sent an act. Toxic substance shed to go to the hospital for it is like two and a half months ago. No, this is not all Trump. No it didn't start with Trump. This has been true in the United States for a very long time. People use charged political rhetoric that does not mean violence is. Okay. But violence has been commonplace in political circles for literally decades in the nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies bombings were actually quite routine in the United States where they're not routine. Thank god. Now, we have an eye out for them as well. We should. But you pretend that every the world began spinning with President Trump is just absurd especially considering some of the rhetoric that is used on a fairly frequent basis by folks on the left about President Trump himself. So for example, today in the New York Times yesterday in the New York Times, there's an actual piece in the New York Times. It's a it's a fiction piece says five novelists imagine Trump's next chapter. If is in the New York Times, it's in their book review section, and here's what they say. They say our focus here at the book reviews on books and stories, but also on how the books being written and read reflect the world outside of books and one of the biggest stories out there, of course. The Muller investigation and the relationship between Trump and Putin. It's hard not to speculate about what might happen next that. And we thought who better than some of today's most talented spy and crime novelists one of these novelists the person Zoe sharp. Here's what Zoe shopper is in the pages of the New York Times book review K, quote, the Russian landed at Dulles after forty eight hours of traveling of necessity. He came from Moscow by securities route a long way with very specific task. There would be no return flight in the airport bars, the TV's were tuned to different news channels. But the story was the same. I the president's campaign manager, then his lawyer Republican congressman former aides family members, those who weren't invited were subpoenas house arrests had become fashionable. And then it goes on non about how this guy was basically shadowing the president of the United States. And here's where where Zoe sharp gets to the key. When it was time. He went downstairs took his place in the lobby before the entourage appeared. The hotel staff had been lined up to see their boss, the president go by a few of them applauded. Most did not the president didn't seem to notice. He waved and his desultory fashion. The secret service agents clustered around. Found him ushered him toward the armored limo idling outside at the curb the Russian waited until they refuse steps pass before he drew the gun. He cited on the center of the president's back and squeeze the trigger the Makharov misfired the secret service agents at the president shoulder heard the.
"greg gianforte" Discussed on The 45th
"By the way, there was a reporting in the Turkish media yesterday that that part of that audio captures could show. He actually speaking to 'em Bs before he's murdered. He's on the phone with him and I don't know like to what extent that's been corroborated or confirmed. But if that audio gets released at and that audio by the way is in the hands of US intelligence on what is innovation has done is prevent the house and Senate from getting. They have basically clamp down and said, you cannot get access to this to this intelligence. You've got senators than health members saying, we want more information from our intelligence agencies in like on gonna, give it to you. So there is. I'm not saying he's complicit in the murder. I will say this and I wonder about the considering you as a journalist, speaking to journalists here is that he could very well be complicit in a similar fascinating of other journalists of if if they can get away with this with impunity, there's no reason other despots can't do this to other journalists. He's also. Complicit in the sense that his attacks on media are while documented ongoing. He has called for violence against media, I think, to some extent and so, oh, definitely, though, for second, I think your characterization is a little bit more in agreement with mind. I don't think Trump has been in on the. I don't know if I will fully say it's a cover up. I don't know what he knows is what I'm trying to say. I don't know if he knew NBS is role in all this. So it's hard for me to say that definitively that, yes, Trump is a part of a cover. I will say he is part of the rehabilitation for on NBS image and reputation, which is pretty well documented based on what he's been saying. And that he's kind of withheld judgement until more facts are no, but now we're getting more facts and we're not really seeing a budge from the president on any of this. But yes, when when he was in Montana, when when Trump was in Montana last week and he basically praised Greg Gianforte congressman who body slammed a guardian reporter. Nj cups like that was a really bad thing to do. I mean, it just it. And then in the same breath, he's calling for civility, especially on Twitter and it just like it completely undercuts everything. I forgot did he call from Daniels horseface before that or after that number? That was before that. But like I mean, like calling someone versus. Hold on. What did you say? It's fair to say that Trump doesn't care if m Bs was involved or not? Absolutely. I think the bottom line, how can you cannot be? You should, but here was not helping rehabilitate his his image if he actually cared about like what really happened, he actually doesn't care. And now they're reports that hardline Republicans and conservative combinator are trying to basically it's interesting because well, no, what known so their talks with sanctions. I don't think it's gonna happen, but what they're trying to do is to further rehabilitate this image, which to some extent means you have to accept the fact that NBA was involved was to smear kashogi. So there are male rumors that could show abuse associated with them. Some brotherhood Donald Trump junior repeated, a tweet that said kashogi was tooling. Around of honest with us on bin Laden. He was an embedded journalist, I'm that they're making these. These are reprehensible to me. I'm not even a journal. But I also want to hear from us a journalist like, wow, what kind of fears is, what is the conversation inside your community of colleague? People can acknowledge that the Jamal kashogi may not have been a perfect man, but he certainly did not deserve to die..
Trump praises Congressman Gianforte for body slamming a reporter
"During a recent campaign rally in Montana, President Trump praised GOP congressman Greg Gianforte for assaulting a reporter and calling him. My guy Republican Senator Ben Sasse held CNN's state of the union. Most people don't take that kind of remark. Seriously. Oh, it's not. Okay. But I do think that it's sort of baked into the president's stock price that sort of this amoral aspect take he has on it, just what most people think the president's gonna do and most people where I live sort of ignore most of it something like it's funny some are really anxious about it. But. Most people just think well, that's kind of how the president
"greg gianforte" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Marching band camp show, Dante remarkably that's David van campus a lot we are jam packed today. And I mean, what a time to be alive. I feel like I say it every day. And it's true. Every time I say it every single day. Yeah. It's different. It's not boring. So with a just a little under a month to go before the midterms President Trump at a rally in Montana unveiling a great campaign slogan last night again in Montana, Democrats, produce mobs, Republicans produce jobs. That's not bad branding because we've been talking about your. I know you're not supposed to call. These activists who are chasing people out of restaurants, threatening the lives of elected officials and not supposed to call them a mob. According to who according to Brooke Baldwin on CNN and many other liberal pundits. You're not supposed to call them a mob because they're just people fighting for their country. So what are you supposed the president's going to call them again and again and again mob mob mob mob mob. Correct. Because most people think that that is ridiculous. The push back to the m word is ridiculous. Yes, now, I think it was a little undermined here by the fact that Trump kind of praised Greg Gianforte. Remember that story. He's the Representative Montana, body slander. Reporter Ben Jacobs with the guardian. Yes. Remember it? Well, yeah. And wound up pleading guilty to assault had to go to anger management. All that stuff. Well, Trump brought it up again. Now the context. I I do think is important not that. I wish he would have gone down this road. But I think the context is important because he's talking about that one time Joe Biden who was the sitting vice president talked about beating up Donald Trump on the campaign trail. This is true. Yes about sleepy Joe Biden, Joe..
"greg gianforte" Discussed on KGO 810
"He's talking about Representative Greg Gianforte who pleaded guilty to assaulting a reporter who was asking him questions. That was the crowd behind him. Because he was celebrating assault and battery upon a reporter for asking a politician questions this while Jamal kashogi. Was just murdered in the Middle East for speaking up against the Saudi regime now Eric Trump was on. Fox News just moments ago, by the way. Eric Trump son of the president. Eric Trump guy who goes to Africa and murderers. Large wild animals calling. It sport this guy who believes in killing he's cool with killing yet claims to be. A pro-lifer liar total hypocrite, by the way. With kill who says, hey, look, you can't be executing journalists at the same time. He just said this on Fox News. Eric Trump did at the same time who are our friends in the Middle East. What are you gonna do take that and throw all that away? Nobody's saying throw all of it away. Or Trump weird that you are a two year old, and you see things in black and white in false dichotomies. It's good or it's bad. You're with me or you're against me. We either are best friends or you're an enemy. That's how you see the world. This is why we're having international diplomatic issues and your daddy last night, the president celebrated body slamming a journalist for asking questions. Listen this other quote that President Trump said last night in the rally in Montana, and I want to hear from you defend it for me. Go ahead and defend at work. Tell me what's wrong with it that I'm not pointing out. I I'm very curious four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten there's another quote from President Trump last night in Montana. I had heard that he body slammed.
"greg gianforte" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"I'm reading this Markley and fame Capshaw. All right. Markley in band camp show, Jamie Markley that's David van camp. A lot to get to. We are jam packed today. And I mean, what a time to be alive. I feel like I say it every day. And it's true. Every time I say it every single day. Yeah. It's different. It's not boring. So with a just a little under a month to go before the midterms President Trump at a rally in Montana unveiling a great campaign slogan last night again in Montana, Democrats, produced moms Republicans, produce jobs. That's not bad branding because we've been talking about here. I know you're not supposed to call. These activists who are chasing people out of restaurants threatening. The lives of elected officials, and you're not supposed to call them a mob because according to according to Brooke Baldwin on CNN, and according to many other liberal pundits. You're not supposed to call them a mob because they're just people fighting for their country. So what are you supposed the president's going to call them again and again and again mob mob mob mob mob. Correct. Because most people think that that is ridiculous that push back to the m word is ridiculous. Yes, now, I think it was a little undermined here by the fact that Trump kind of praised Greg Gianforte. Remember that story. He's the Representative of Montana body slammed. A reporter Ben Jacobs with the guardian. Yes. Remember it? Well, yeah. And wound up pleading guilty to assault had to go to anger management. All that stuff. Well, Trump brought it up again. Now the context. I I do think is important not that. I wish he would have gone down this road. But I think the context is important because he's talking about that one time Joe Biden who was the sitting vice president talked about beating up Donald Trump on the campaign trail. This is true. Yes. How 'bout sleepy Joe Biden? Joe remember, he challenged me to a fight. And that was fine. And what I said you wouldn't last long it'd be down faster than Greg would take them down. Thank god. But after immediately connect that we endorse Greg very early. But I had heard that he body slammed a reporter. The freak outs coming. It's coming anyways. Way up. And he was way up. And I said this was like did they up the election or just before? Yeah. Oh, this is terrible. He's gonna lose you election. Then I said, well, wait a minute. I know Montana pretty well. I think it might help him. And by the way, never wrestled him. Any guy that you do a body slam? He's mike. The. Okay. And. Yeah outs on it. Yeah. It's not easy to defend that I'm really not going to try to defend that. You know, when you're talking about rice in scares, and you're talking about getting in front of people's faces and harassing people in public restaurants. Yeah. It's probably not great. Also, then turn around and praise somebody body slamming a reporter with the guardian. Sorry, Mr President. It's just the way I feel David. This way. I look at it. Because we do this show and you're covering news. And it's almost in some weird sort of way like you're answering for something. Yeah. Because you're even though you hate to admit it somewhat part of the media. If you're just regular everyday working Joe that goes seizes buddies at work talking about the news of the day. You may be supported drop, you don't like everything. But yes, you like the direction the country's going. You see what Trump says about the body slam? Yeah. What's your reaction? Boy, he's driving them. Crazy. Thank you. He driving him. Crazy. Why everybody's play. You see the media? Now, they're flip it on this. Now what that does. It does shine a bright spotlight on exactly how under the rug everything else has been swept. Right. I mean, you have rights and scares. And that's a that's just story. But not all that big of a story. You have people going after Republicans because they supported Brad Kavanagh with death threats and all of that. But none of that really matters. You have elected officials and party representatives from the Democratic Party talking about harassing public officials in restaurants, not letting them go to the grocery store, not letting them go to gas stations, and we're not supposed to call that mob mentality. Now, the president comes out and says something like that again. I wish he hadn't said it. And now you have a freak out by doing this. What he did was once again expose exactly how the media culture is. And how they've they've picked aside. That's and I just wish they'd come out admit it. They're not going to admit it. It's the lens. They see everything through the think they're on the side of good at this guy is bad. Well, that's he's inciting violence. They're also saying he is the one responsible for the journalist jerky to be killed the Saudi journalists who at the consulate in Turkey who is killed Jamal Khashoggi. I know I've seen that take over and over and over again that somehow oh, and it's becoming now a fever pitch. As far as takes go this morning on cable news meek, and Joe, they're all Trump's fault. Yeah. It's Trump's fall because Saudi Arabia never did anything underhanded before Donald Trump became president. Gimme a break with that. A congressman Joaquin Castro who came out today as well. And suggested that kashogi was on one of Jared Kushner's hit-lists saw that too. And this is this is twisted. And Trump said look we're going to we're going to give them time to sort some stuff out, and we're gonna. We're going to get to the bottom of this. And there might be harsh penalties. Trump has said that. Yeah. And to go down the road, though that somehow he has prompted the government of Saudi Arabia to maybe ignore human rights issues is to completely ignore recent history when it comes to Saudi Arabia. Oh, dude. And you go back to last night. You know, if I was writing this speech, would I've got helping me not, but of all the things to worry about it was very tongue in cheek. That's the way I took it last night. You know, the bodies laying did worked in his favor. Oh, by the way, one of the fifteen Saudis who was in Turkey the same day, Jamal kashogi disappeared. Yeah. His name is Michelle side. Abbas Donnie, thirty one years old. He's a Lieutenant in the Saudi Royal Air. Forces was apparently among the fifteen member hit team that landed in Istanbul and two private jets from Riyadh and then headed to the Saudi consulate where could Yogi was killed. He's died in a car accident. Boy, that's a crazy. Coincidence is one of those weird things, you know. I mean, the roads dangerous dangerous place. That's how it happens at south fast. Thanks for a guy to get wack. Very much. Yeah. It seems like they are trying to maybe tie a few loose ends. Call me crazy. But that could be it. I know one thing that guy's not talking now. That's the no that's the way it works now world, I know, that's it. Absolutely. So they're saying that. Yeah. Prince Ma the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, would you anything to get rid of the evidence? And maybe that's it. You know, you're getting rid of people who might be talking, correct? Yeah. Clearly, Donald Trump's fault. Right. I yes. Clearly, he's the monster in all of this people need to get a grip because you know. Radical muslims. Never killed any journalist before our president sitting president now said the other the enemy of the people. He created the whole thing, right? Yeah. Great take. Moving on to other news items that are getting some play today. Well, this is some sort of political ad. It's a group supporting Republican, congressman French hill. He's a he's put out an ad. I'm sorry. The group is put out that. He didn't put out the ad a group supporting him has put out in the group is called black Americans for the president's agenda. That's a great name French hill. And yeah, this ad is something else, man. It's talking about the cavenaugh tobacco. It's the guilty until proven innocent mentality. And it's a very heavy handed way of trying to make a point. So it saying this is a group black-americans for the president's agenda. So we're about to hear this is a black lady talking about. Yeah. The ad is to black women talking with one another about the cavenaugh debacle and how that might affect the black community. Okay. And the Republicans dangerous to change the presumption of innocence to a presumption of guilt is actually for black. If.
"greg gianforte" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Applauded the move Scott Carr, Washington. All right. So we got mount Pompeii down there. Maybe that'll help things out. Here is the light of the night from the Trump rally in Montana. Trump rally in Montana, please. Here we go Democrats produce mops Republicans produce jobs there you go. Did you say originally said that told me it was Scott Alan, the creator of Dilbert? I ripped it from Dilbert. To Dilbert rip off their Trump. That's okay. It's totally take it. So okay. So now, then Trump's in trouble because he said this we got a Representative Greg Greg Gianforte, Greg Gianforte, Greg Gianforte as the guy who was being just totally prodded by it was just goaded into pushing this reporter this was last time he ran guys in his face and just being a real jerk and finally and forty s enough shoves him up against a wall. And then he was in trouble. He was in trouble. He sits apologize penalties. You know that kind of stuff but Trump's in Montana where Jian forties from last night and Trump has a little fun with the and forty situation he knows his audience. The the left is becoming unhinged over this line. But what else is new Greg is smart? And by the way, never wrestled him. You understand that never? Any guy that can do a body slam these Mike?.
"greg gianforte" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The president made that joke about Greg Gianforte us. There was one gentleman a Trump supporter in the crowd who was doing. Pro wrestling moves doing body, slam type gestures. So the crowd was obviously eating this stuff up. I wonder whether or not there's a cause and effect whether or not the pros rhetoric plant seeds violence in his supporters is okay. Browse. I think it was pretty evident there. The crowd was loving every minute of this. When the president was talking about assaulting joking about assaulting reporters at this rally tonight. An embarrassing performance tonight by the president with those jokes and people cheering him on as Don lemon. Don, lemon gets funnier. I listen, I'm starting to watch Don lemon because he is he is beside himself. You wanna talk about being triggered Don lemon is a perpetual state of being triggered the poor guy. Looks like he's going to break down every single night on TV. Trump is living in their heads rent free. He's driving them bunkers, Mika good old Mika Brzezinski over on MSNBC. She didn't like it either. You got Jim Acosta and Don lemon talking about how just awful and embarrassing, and he he's he's pledging the seeds of violence. Well, make a Brzezinski said, Don lemon, and Jim Acosta, hold my beer, you think Trump's bad about planning the seat of violence against local reporters like this guy from the guardian or whatever in Montana, the I guess it's from the guardian over the UK. But nonetheless, you think that's bad hold my beer. I can do you one better. Here's me cut number one. This is audio audio and video from of course, MSNBC and gravy. And because this president has been calling the press the entity enemy of the people, and I can tell you. We're not gonna let this go. We're not gonna let this go. With the Washington Post is not going to let this go. The New York Times says not going to let this go. And also in terms of how we conduct our foreign policy. We can't be a joke. We can't be siding with the Saudis when they murder a Washington Post columnist that can't be our reality at some point this has to end and one way or another or you're not going to let it go. Make a really is this time the time you're not gonna let it go. You haven't let anything go since the president denounced you and made fun of you and your and your hurt because you used to be pals with guide you and Joe used to hang out at mar Largo on New Year's Eve used to use a party with the president. And then he denounced you and turned his back on you. I'm sorry that was from CBS last night. That was I guess on the Stephen Colbert show that wasn't on MSNBC. Yeah. You haven't let anything go. And we're going to don't you love that threat. This time we're not gonna let it go. These guys have been defeated. These guys have been I love what John Dempsey over a town hall writes about the way, the president has freed the Republican party from the Mika Brzezinski, Jim Acosta, Joe Scarborough wolf Blitzer, you name it. Mainstream media. The media has taken him on from the first day they've attacked him relentlessly, but they have consistently failed his approval ratings are going up. And it's making them much. It's making them really crazy. And I always say this with a cautionary reminder. I'm not mocking mental illness. I'm not minimizing mental illness. I'm not trying to discount real mental illness. But this is a derangement that is. The more. They try. The worship gets the more. They try. The harder they fall, and I kept hearing that over and over last night in Tampa we're off to Philadelphia next week and then Dallas. And then Chicago, I'm told Dallas is sold out. So we'll mention the date..
"greg gianforte" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"And that night the president simple Balsas to joke about an unprovoked attack on a reporter fed Jacobs. Buy this congress. He's talking about Greg Gianforte who's running for for congress out there in Montana. Does this wash with you? Does this negate the mobs somehow out there swarming Capitol Hill in your community in marches and rallies breaking windows antiga that whole explosion of violence in hate were seeing does a congressman in a disagreement with a reporter who slams them down equate with these mobs were saying, by the way that happened back months and months ago. And is Trump side comment? I think it's just a joke. I and and to add to this. Not unlike Leslie stole, which we we decomposed demystified that interview written decomposed that we broke it down for you last week earlier in the show and Leslie stole unwittingly. I believe now was really used by the president as as a stand in for the rest of the media. And I think when when the media begins its echo, and they stop having original thoughts, but begin to echo one another. The public utterly tunes them out. In fact, this is why I believe so many Democrats gave the president a second look because they said, wait a minute. If all these people are against him, and they're all saying the same thing. What is this guy really doing and they looked closely? That may be what's happening now as we approach these midterms. I see some of these polls everything tightening up that naturally happens in the midterm. Will there be a Trump effect? Let's go to cliff New Jersey. What do you think cliff? What moved you? What is moving you to the polls. What's the issue? Meet. The polls is Democrats. I believe are behind this March. And I think that all you talking heads.
"greg gianforte" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"This may be one of the more bizarre home invasion stories, you'll hear an Alabama woman came home earlier this week to find a burglar who made himself breakfast took a bath washed his clothes. She says he refused to leave because he was waiting for his clothes to dry. He was arrested. You're never more than fifteen minutes away. From today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. Continuing coverage of President Trump in Zona on Arizona's morning news. Arizona's news station. KTAR news ninety two three FM. We will continue to bring you updates at the president is up to here in the valley. He is doing more than just rallying for Martha mcsally this evening at six thirty which of course, we've been telling you we will be carrying live that rally here on KTAR news. But I think a lot of people are wondering what he's gonna talk about tonight. You know, he obviously he's gonna he has to mention the border. He asked mentioned Borey he talked about the border yesterday on Twitter and talked about the border a little bit. When he was doing a rally in Montana last night. Another thing he talked about which I think a lot of people are going to be interesting to see what he has to say. If he continues to talk about this kind of stuff, which is you know, violence violence now, I want to preface all this by saying I completely acknowledge that most of the violence that has happened around Trump rallies have been from the anti Trump people. Okay. Let's just be honest upfront about that. I just don't off. It's very seemly for a president to cheer on someone who decides to actually, you know, body slam a reporter we endorsed wreck very early. But I had heard that he body slammed a reporter. He's talking about Republican Greg Gianforte who was he's now the sole member of the US house of representatives from Montana, and he was pretty excited about that incident where the president anyway Briggs about the incident where he decided to. Yeah. Basically body slam a reporter who asked him a series of questions. He did not really like this is like the day of the election or just before. And I said, oh, this is terrible. He's gonna lose the election. Then I said, well, wait a minute. I know Montana pretty well. I think it might help him. And help them to be violent. That's good. Yeah. That's what I want to pass on to my kids, you know, violence fix fixes everything. And you know, what the president likes violent people way. Never wrestle him..
Trump, at Montana rally, praises congressman who body slammed reporter
"President Trump attended a rally in Montana last night and praised a controversial Republican congressman President Trump told the rally in Montana. He supports congressman Greg Gianforte saying we endorse Greg very early. But I had heard that he body slammed a reporter. Forte pled guilty to misdemeanor assault for that incident last year. President Trump Thursday said any guy that you do a body slam. He's mike. Forte's running against democrat Kathleen Williams in the race for Montana's sole
Trump, at Montana rally, praises congressman who body slammed reporter
"Resident Trump praising Montana congressman Greg Gianforte for body. Slamming a reporter, Greg is smart. And by the way, never wrestle him. Never any guys that can do body slam. He's mike.
"greg gianforte" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Be joined tonight by somebody who has been working with me and an incredible guy. Great human being and a very talented Senator, but somebody that loves you, and he loves the country Senator Steve Daines, Steve. Coverage and she's been radio from Washington. He is a great guy. Tell you what he is the strong silent type. They're the ones. I liked the best. I want to be that way some day. Now, Steve Daines has been he's been a great Representative. He loves he loves his day. I also want you to go and vote for an incredible Montana leader somebody that's gone to congress and in a short period of time. What are the most respected people in congress? Greg gianforte? Hey, Greg come up come up here. Let me just say. On behalf of all of Montana. Mr president. Thank you for giving us hope again. He's so smart. You.
"greg gianforte" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"A tad so so just broaden it a little bit and we've talked a lot on this podcast about how democrats are working really hard to find the right candidates to vet them to make the match for the local race do we feel like republicans are doing the same they are i mean look i'm we are not like cook political reporter inside election to like they you know they interview like every candidate in the country and and do qualitative but but systematic qualitative to the point where it feels quantitative judgment on kenneth quality from reporting i've read it seems like republicans are doing okay given the environment but certainly they they do not have the kind of plentiful choices that democrats do just given the political environments is blanking blankenship in more are the biggest example of outlier of bad candidate of well i guess i guess you have the guy running for ryan seat in wisconsin from the mon in montana the guy won a mentana greg gianforte slammed yeah yeah so they issues yeah handful of bad candidates the montana guy one and and i don't know i look if blankenship went i think he will go into the general as an underdog but i wouldn't roll it broil out m winning you know yeah you can i don't that's the west virginia is really really really really conservative they have a partisan lean of fivethirtyeight partisan lean tm of what is this forty percent forty one percent republican leaning more republican leaning than country that makes it west virginia's more republican leaning than every state except for whitening.
"greg gianforte" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"A list as says politicians who received uh the more money money from the nra the ten wanted list yeah uh on on the top of the list with john mccain yeah now is the number one more lifetime recipient of nra money right but but the but the interesting one was was my congressman greg gianforte hm he's the guy who beat up the reporter right yes does he make us proud yet yeah yes right anyway three hundred forty four thousand six hundred and thirty dollars and and the people that in their office didn't know anything about that uh now and that's probably the money that was donated to his campaign the big way that the nra influences elections is they'll come in and they'll spend millions of dollars without running it through the campaign uh uh you know coffers and this way they get around anchorman of restrictions at all they simply run the ads either trashing you know say in the case of marco rubio they could run an ad that says we all need to support marco rubio for the great work he's doing to defend american values and it's not actually a rubio addeds it's not saying vote vote for rubio it just says nice things about him or if he's got a challenger you know if there's a democrat run against him they'll run attack ads against the challenger and those are not considered inkind contributions if they do it exactly right and the nra spends the i mean that's how they put thirty forty million bucks into trump's campaign so did i talk to him about thirty thirty three thousand people killed uh per year to congresswoman have been shot the doulos vegas situation and ask them about so who pays for all these medical and funeral expenses this has got to be something that's ridiculous i mean you can't perform this would just go fund me pages and i basically told him i said you know just because a person has mental problems unless the play with maxus doesn't give them the right to go out and buy a flame store right and uh you know i talk to them about the things that you see a gun shows you know the the thing that if if you wanted to buy a gun and you have a criminal record or you have a history of mental problems you go into a sporting goods store the new and.