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Joe Biden Is Close to Cutting a New Iran Deal
"While all this is going on Joe Biden under the radar is close to cutting a deal with the islamo Nazi regime in Iran that assures that they have nuclear warheads on intercontinental ballistic missiles that can hit America Plus he wants to give them at least $11 billion through the back door Think about that Why don't they just call these guys Trump then Putin will hate them Excuse me then Biden will hate them Man you know mix them up imagine that So while we're watching what's going on in Ukraine and we should There's another object going on in the corner of your eye that you're not seeing unless you've listened to this program I watched me on TV and Levin TV which is the Iranian or the Iran deal will ensure that the Iranians have nuclear weapons in a very short period of
The Most Impactful Tools of Persuasion With Political Commentator Calvin Robinson
"You know the next generation, you've taught them Calvin. Can you help me? I have a mission, you know? My mission is to keep our tommies in the trenches. Our GIs, buoyed and ready to fight to give them the political and spiritual ammunition. But I'm curious, have you found in talking to those who are from the other side, or who are undecided or apolitical or just indoctrinated? Is there any frequency? Is there any tool that you have found to be more persuasive than others? I found personal narrative, especially the narrative of my parents quite efficacious and in what they suffered through. But tell us as an educator what you've seen work the best. So I've always struggled with personal anecdotes because they can always Trump you on something. If you say, well, I come from a working class background. But what I was more impoverished than you, if you say, well, I'm like, well, I'm fully black, you know, they can always one up here on that. And I find that facts and evidence don't work in arguments against them. Because there are entirely motive. So what I try to do is just ask questions. Keep asking questions. You know, with my kids in class, in particular, but Trump is a bad guy. Trump is evil, I'd be like, okay, so why? Because so what policies do you not like it is? And then you get, you know, they're almost imploding. And the more you can ask those questions, they're more they start to question themselves, but actually, why do I think that? Because they have to come to the realization on their own, that they've been indoctrinated. We can't tell them that they've fallen. They know they've been duped, because nobody wants to admit they've been due to the I have to realize it for themselves. And that's the same with adults. We can't say that this pandemic has been overblown. We just have to keep asking people. So do you really think that locking people down in their own homes is a good idea? Do you really think that sending people with COVID from hospitals into elderly care homes is a good idea? Do you really think giving a vaccine to 5 year olds when they're not at risk is a good idea just keep asking the questions and eventually they'll work it out for themselves.
"guy trump" Discussed on Pod Save America
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"guy trump" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Jesse Benton was a top staffer for Ron Paul. If you remember that crazy little dude, you know, when he ran for president in 2008 and Ron Paul started around 2014 with his political organization defending Putin. Putin couldn't do anything wrong, right? The member of the Malaysian airliner was shot down. Those Russian weapons, they gave out to pro Russians in the Ukraine. He denied it and said it was western propaganda. Then Jesse Benton goes and works on Rand Paul's presidential campaign. Now, you may remember Rand Paul, John McCain at one point before he died referred to Rand Paul as working for Putin on the Senate floor. I mean, he's saying about somebody in his own party, right? And Rand Paul's guy who ran a note. Like this is like we're in high school. You're like, can you tell her I like her and bring her a note? He ran a note from Donald Trump over to Putin. Like he was a freaking courier for the two of them. So this Jesse Benton thing that he was pushing Russian money in when he's been a top Ron Paul guy Rand Paul guy Trump guy. I mean, we're going to find out all this is so much bigger than you can even imagine. You know, and I'm just using stuff that's already been reported, right? I'm not speculating at all. And so that's where we are. Yeah, and you may know also Trump pardoned that guy, too. Jesse Benton. When he got he tried to bribe legislators in Iowa to support Rand Paul's presidential campaign, Trump pardoned him. They're all in this together, man. They're all in this together, you know? And where's the media?.
"guy trump" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"The trump presidency was full of these surreal moments. That would sort of come and go and then you forget it. I'm like two years ago this month. When the then president clumsily attempted to justify his proposed ban on flavored e cigarettes by citing first lady. Melania trump concern about their teenage son. Barron vaping has become a very big business. As i understand it. We can't have our youth be so affected and i'm hearing that's how the first lady got involved. She's got a son together. That is a a beautiful young man and chief feels very very strongly burden. She's got a son dot dot dot together nice. Save dad was september. Twenty nineteen but the seat of that vaping bam was planted much earlier the year before the then commissioner of the food and drug administration dr scott gottlieb declared youth vaping an epidemic flavored vape cartridges causing a surge in teenagers. Becoming addicted nicotine. Gottlieb's set at the time quote. Teenagers becoming regular users. No-one can look at the data and say there's no problem demanded the vape companies moved to curb use among children took steps to regulate how easily teens could access the highly addictive products. So on the one hand scott gottlieb perfectly fit the mold of a trump appointee. He was a veteran of the george w bush administration of venture capitalists with strong ties to big pharma on the other hand. This kind of aggressive regulatory action was not something so a lot of under trump mean godly was proposing restrictions on big business in the name of public health. Predictably he faced some serious pushback from special interest groups in april twenty. Nine thousand nine. Scott gottlieb resigned. Apparently on good terms ultimately leaving the flavored veep issue unsettled five months later. President trump went on to propose a ban on flavored vapes only to soften his position when his campaign manager broad scale found polling. That indicated the ban would hurt trump with his vape loving base. Some of those people protested the white house and rallies with signs reading. I vape i vote. So the president waffled and the fda ended up implementing a watered down version of the proposal but by that time scott gottlieb was long gone from the administration. Which in hindsight was a shame. Gottlieb came to be viewed as a pretty effective fda commissioner before he left office and when coated hit a year later he became something of voice of reason in the media. I mean here was this conservative. Guy trump administration official who took the pandemic seriously and was warning loudly and persistently incorrectly about the cast catastrophe that was unfolding but instead of offering that advice directly the president from inside the administration he was pushing them from the outside because he would outside of it. I'll talk to dr scott. Cop lied about this time his time. In and out of the trump administration next early last year when the threat of cove it was starting to emerge. There was a small set of voices that demonstrated vision and judgment about the course of the pandemic that i began to really rely on them. One of them somewhat surprising there was a former member of the trump administration. Who before the us recorded. Its very first cova death code a piece in the wall street journal and opinion piece warning that we must act now to prevent american epidemic. Dr scott gottlieb served nearly two years as trump's food and drug administration commissioner. He left in two thousand nineteen. He's been one of those rare conservatives. Who remain sensible clear-out data driven about the pandemic now. He's a new book titled uncontrolled spread. Why cova nineteen crushed us and how we can defeat the next pandemic where he provides new details about what went wrong. Particularly at the agency. Level made the country so vulnerable to this novel corona virus and scott gottlieb former fda commissioner current pfizer. Board member joins me now. It's good to have you doctor. I've sort of followed your your work and have a benefit from it. So thanks coming on the program. I want to ask what your first moment. What was your first o. Stomach drop moment in twenty one thousand nine hundred twenty twenty about this. Yeah i remember it vividly. It was martin. Luther king day weekend and reporting overnight had gone from fifty cases that were being reported in wuhan of severe pneumonia to two hundred and all the cases that were being reported where people who were hospitalized with very severe conditions. And so whenever you see that you worry that it's just. It's just the tip of the iceberg. That if two hundred people are hospitalized with very severe pneumonia there must be hundreds of thousands of people with milder symptoms who are going unreported because it's unusual to see respiratory pathogen that just causes severe pneumonia so made a phone. Call that day to joe grogan ahead of the domestic policy council in the white house to express my concerns. I talk about this in the book and urge him to reach out to the department of health and human services to get a coordinated briefing together between fda and cdc. Because i knew it was going to be important that the different agencies in hhs start to coordinate a response. He actually followed up on that he asks for that briefing that day and that actually is what triggered a phone call between the secretary that day at the president was the first time that the secretary briefed the president. He called him while he was on the golf course to brief him for the first time on the on the unfolding situation and wuhan. I believe that the phone call that grogan had made to the department is what triggered that that subsequent phone call you. Read the book about the that period late february and to me the key is nancy massoni as briefing where she says. I'll never forget it coming in here. I talked to my principal about remote school. And i'm thinking you talk to the principal about remote school. This is late. February you write about the fallout trump was upset with the briefing in february warning. The community spread was all but evitable the federal health officials stopped announcing new. Cova mitigation measures for full two weeks if the mere hint mitigation prompted markets to swoon. Some of the white house political team argued. It could be utter carnage. They actually implemented the measures. Massoni hit discussed. It prompted the white house to freeze further action for full two weeks while they consider their options. How costly was that. Yeah people administration refer to it as the loss two weeks. I was talking to people over the time period That's the president. Put the vice president in charge of the response at that point but they they did sort of reassessment of where they were and it wasn't until another two weeks that they started to take more aggressive actions. It was very costly. This was at the point. When epidemic really was exploding inside the us just didn't know it. The other component of that briefing. She said that community spread was all but inevitable but not same briefing which got less attention. She said there was no community. Spread at this time which we now know wasn't true. There in fact was a lot of communities spread of the virus already underway. Part of that was the fact that the testing was broken from the beginning. And this is a real institutional failure. You know. I mean there's layers to the failure that happened here. But but cdc really botched the testing. I mean they basically said we're gonna issue our own tests and those tests didn't work what. How do you understand that failure. Why it happened here wasn't just the failure of the cdc to be able to design to deploy their own tests. The idea was that they were gonna test. They had access to the virus samples so they would design a test. They would manufacture it as small scale and deployed to the public health labs. There's one hundred public health labs in this country each capable of doing about one hundred tests a day so that's ten thousand tests a day. That's nowhere near what we needed. What needed to happen was we needed to get the commercial manufacturers engaged right from the outset someone in early january inside the administration needed to say that we needed more testing and he had to get the large scale manufacturers in the game. Cdc was not going to be able to fill the testing boy. 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The Supreme Court Ends Biden’s Eviction Moratorium
"One of the things. That's a big thing in this country is freedom. that's why we were founded. We came to this country from rape britain and other places to overthrow tyranny to overthrow kings and people who dictate what we do and to have bureaucrats in washington particularly the cdc the cdc centers for disease control down in atlanta. Their job is to control diseases. They do not have authority to order people who own buildings and not evict tenants. If they've gone over a year thank you very much without being paid rent for their properties. there are also things called property rights in this country whether people like it or not on msnbc or cnn or in the new york times washington post or in the biden administration whether they like it or not landlords or people to and if you happen to have invested in an investment property or you own some apartment houses and people haven't paid you rent for over a year and you want to a victim so you can put some paying in there. The have your hands tied by the centers for disease control illegally just mandating. You can't vic people because it's related to ovid. Nineteen is totally absurd. it's legally questionable and the supreme court ruled about a month ago that it had to end and then of course president biden. Mr i believe in the law from a bad guy. Trump defies the courts bla-bla-bla suddenly Joe biden issued a an edict that they extend the addiction moratorium and even said on the day that he did it. Look this may not pass muster in the courts but at least will buy some time for people while it works. Its way through the courts and would you care to try for double jeopardy where the scores can really change. Joe here's what happened with that. The supreme court quick like a bunny moved in and said nope nope gotta go out so as of last weekend the moratorium on evictions is over. And i expect any day. Now you'll start seeing on. Tv many people who are living in their cars or who are on the street. And you'll see you know the violin music playing. Here's mary jones with her sixteen kids on the street because the bad landlord kicked her out because the supreme court which is full of trump nominees Made the decision that they have to
"guy trump" Discussed on KGO 810
"And the point I was making last hour is the next guy may know. More than this last guy Trump And he may be even more dangerous. I say he they may be even more dangerous man or woman. But the text line on that you just texted Um You don't have to be smart. This is from the 510 Shut up, 510. You don't have to be smart mark to rile people up. You just have to hit the right buttons and be charismatic. It might help to be not so smart. Like many of his trump cultist. No. I think you're right. I think you're right. You don't have to be. You don't have to be Winston Churchill. You know, you can be Donald Trump, a guy who just grabs people at the right time. And, uh, It's a remarkable thing to see. And so I mentioned in the context of the of this entire impeachment trial because you're seeing now and hearing from many of these Trump's supporters and Trump loyalists who were there that day, both on January 6 and prior to that, you know, in the ramp up to it, they've gone to the rallies and the shown various evidence and so in so doing You, uh, I think get a picture of that crowd again, and it's scary. I think it's scary because there are a lot of Americans in that crew right in the threat is still there, and that's why the capital is an island of security right now. But you know they can. They can legally ride into the next time. You know, fascism can take over in a legal way. And when I say fascism, I'm talking about authoritarianism, right? When we say fascism I mean, technically, you know, fascism involves a expansionist view. You needed government authoritarian government. A minute expansion is view of the government as a moving forward, So you need e. It's sort of a technical difference that I'm pointing to, But authoritarianism is what we're talking about when you're taking power. You're completely abridging the people's voice. That's authoritarian process, and that's exactly what's happened. That's what happened anyway. On January, 6th But that's what's happened in this group. They view the election, There's no longer valid. Right. You know, the patriotic thing is to overthrow it. Well, that Is, by definition unpatriotic. Not there are real problems with the election. That's different. We got the first hint of this when Donald Trump first took office, Do you recall he talked about so many busloads of illegals Voting in somewhere in New England was in Maine or something. He was saying that remember that was early on. And he dispatched it a commission toe. Look at that. Look at that. I forgot about that. That was that is it was our money again. So much of our money was wasted under that kind this because Because no one wanted to say, sir, there was no there were no Busses. No one voted illegally. No one came in from north of the border. But no one want to push back on this so instead They get the money. They put together a bunch of people. And then you know, the quote commission comes back and says, Mr President, there was nothing there. It was dissolved after they found no evidence so No. Um Trump was seen as a Liberator says this person on the text line from the 510. Yeah, just texted. Trump was seen as a Liberator mark who lifts us out of a corrupt government. That's right. I mean, that was certainly the rhetoric. I think that's exactly right. Um From the 415 shout out to the city. Marin. Um Why don't you just text it, boy? Those people who hate them. Why don't you just text it? We love you people. Hmm. Um, this is from 415. Maga equals gerbils 2.0. Yeah, well, from the from the Nazi regime, Exactly. I mean, inspired by something. You don't even know what you're inspired by. Come on. Look, I know that they're probably gradations of Maga. I don't know you guys were maggot. Maybe I know some of you are like, you know, white power crazies. And some of you are just a I just want to lower Texas Mark. I don't know I'm not of my mother Crazy Maga. Okay. Well, can you find a different movement besides maggot to make the lower taxes? Argument and Maga? Is it to me a toxic brand? And if you're part of Maga, you're you're part of a big problem in America, right? One of your listeners from the 415. When you talk about charisma rights, Ted Bundy was charismatic, too. That's so true, and and the and here's an interesting comparison. Ted Bundy also didn't murder people and in his own hands, right. He had his followers do it. Ted Bundy did murder people his own hand, did he did? He did? He was Charles Manson. Thank you are getting it mixed up Bundy delighted in he was a real crazy and also from the 415 just texted me. I gotta say the 415 is active today. Sure is, um, from before 15 When you talk about the next guy. This is something that I've been thinking about for a very long time, and I've not been able to get an answer on why is there no for the lack of a better word law? Concerning anyone running for the president who has AH has held a previous public office when the Supreme Court nominee was being affirmed. She went to restrict interrogation. But yet any Yahoo off the street can run for president. This is how we got Kanye West on the ballot the last time and this is not going to prevent one of Trump's kids. Running in the future and taking those 70 plus million people who would have voted for their father. With them. Then we end up in the same situation again. I don't know. It's kind of insane to me. And why is that? Not a thing? I agree with you. It is true. You doom or background checking for a baby sitter. Then we do for president. It's absolute insanity. True, That's what we had. Go ahead, but I was just gonna say that's what we have a press for right. Well, that is, I think one of the virtues of a free press. But of course, as you know, the press is being bought up by bigger and bigger conglomerates. Sinclair Broadcasting comes to mind E these air right wing. Giants that actually affect press coverage. But what I was going to say is the idea is that anybody in America can run for public office. It's supposed to be a good thing. So the minute you start creating all these filters you Shall we say, Umm Underscore the fact that in America it's It's an illusory kind of democracy and republic. Not really. Anybody can run. You need money. You need fame, whatever it might be. So that was the idea behind it. But you're right that People who are not qualified or barely qualified assent to public office. I have no argument against that. You're absolutely right. Look at this. Marjorie Taylor Greene. She's out of her mind. He is whacked. She's openly anti Semitic and crazy, and she got a standing ovation from half the GOP when she entered the room. So I agree with you completely 415. I don't know what we do about it. Really don't. What about Illusory. Uh, all right, I think illusory. Yeah. Very nice. Yeah. Uh, We have Oh, Brett Chu Aires that are going to be done tomorrow. For those who are fans of a breath of that, that particular franchise. We've lost him very high profile people. And we will look back on them. If there's time during the impeachment proceedings, as you know, we're in and out of the impeachment proceedings. Congress person Madeline Dean is on the podium now is on the Senate floor. One of the impeachment managers, and we'll duck in and out, as I say, But if there's time tomorrow, you know Mary Wells, Christopher Plummer of George Shultz these air all high profile losses that will review tomorrow..
"guy trump" Discussed on 600 WREC
"What the Congress decides to do. Is, uh, is for them to decide. But I'm gonna have to. They're gonna have to be ready. Hit the ground running well, Pelosi says they're strong support for a second impeachment. There is strong support in the Congress for impeaching the president a second time. John Decker joins us now our correspondent in Washington Gray Media's White House correspondent, John Welcome, and thanks for being with me. I hope you had a great weekend. Good to be with you today. I did. Thanks. My Pittsburgh Steelers lost to Cleveland Browns. Buy the lumber Pretty good weekend. John. When you're here, Joe Biden talking about the impeachment process. It's up to Congress. Yes, he's right there. But It seems he's backed off. The push on what a creepy guy Trump is and how we should get rid of him. Although you heard some of that over the weekend as well, Do you think he's just I'm just stating a fact It is up to them, or do you think that he's kind of, you know, distancing himself from that process? Well, I think you can actually answer that question in two ways. One. I think that he wants the early days of his presidency to be one in which the Senate in particular is focused on confirming his nominees. J. T. And that means all of those Senate confirmable positions that are necessary to obviously have his Cabinet members in place for what? After he's sworn into office, that is what he believes the focus of the Senate Savino. That does not mean the Senate at a later time under Democratic control. Chuck Schumer is going to be the new majority leader doesn't take up The impeachment of the president. And what that means is a Senate trial. It's happened before. By the way, there is precedent for an individual who has left office. But even after they left office, There was a Senate trial. It happened actually, in 18 76, the secretary of war, William Belk nap. He resigned from office, but the Senate after he left office. Took up his impeachment aunt. He was impeached but never convicted so that Andy could happen in the new Congress once that new Congress has put in the place after Biden is sworn in. Well. Last night on 60 Minutes Policy was talking about impeachment process. Going forward to prevent Donald Trump from ever running again. Is that The case. In fact, not only can a president be impeached after the inauguration, and he's completely left office, But if, in fact he were impeached Does that prevent him from running in 2024? So let's first of all you know, just so we're all on the same page. JT and your audience understands this when we know this from last year when President Trump was impeached, the president was impeached by the House of Representatives. But then it went to the Senate where there was a trial and if enough members of the Senate 67. Voted to convict Then last year. If that happened, it didn't happen. Obviously, there was not one Republican with the exception of Mitt Romney voted to convict But if he was convicted, it would have prevented him from holding public office ever again. This is also a part of these articles of impeachment, which is typical for articles of impeachment to prevent it individual from ever holding public office again. And to answer your question, yes. It's going down. Ah, lot of the road here. That hasn't happened. A lot of this site. Pathetic all but yes. If the president leaves office, they could have a Senate trial they could convict him. And if they do that would prevent President Trump from ever holding public office again. Do you believe that one? They will delay that Senate hearing or trial until after the inauguration in two. Do you believe the votes are there? To do that. Well, it's all up to one individual right now, as it relates to transmitting those articles of impeachment over to the Senate, you may recall in 2019 Nancy Pelosi delayed transmitting. Articles of impeachment over to the Senate for a number of weeks. Remember when that happened, and that's the reason why there was such a delay between the impeachment of the president and the trial of the president so she could do the same thing once again if she decides to transmit them right away. The earliest a Senate trial could start would be on January the 19th the day before. Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46 president. So that all eyes really JT to answer your question would be on Nancy Pelosi in terms of what she decides to do after a vote like that takes place. Well, assuming it does get to the Senate at some point late January, even February, the Senate now you know, with the vote from Kamila Harris being the tiebreaker. You believe that would follow along party lines in every Democrat would say yes. And every Republican would say no in Kamila Harris would and then say yes. Well in order to convict the president in the Senate. You need 67 votes, so it's not a simple majority. Okay, good. So that's so That's an important thing to keep in mind on then, to the other part of your question. Do I think it would be a party line vote? No, I do not. I think that Pat Toomey, who is a Republican senator from Pennsylvania. Would vote to convict the president. I think Lisa Murkowski, who is an independent, but votes with Republicans, she's out of Alaska. I think that she would vote to convict the president. But after you get past those two, and maybe Mitt Romney as well after you get past those three, I think it's really difficult to think of. Can you come up with 17 Republican senators who would vote to convict the president? That's a difficult thing to think of. But you know, you never know. You never know in terms of what may come out between now and then, in terms of things that we don't know between now and then, But that's the way things I think the read on it. It is right now. J T. Tumultuous times ahead. There's no doubt about that. Thank you. John Decker appreciates we'll do it again. Soon. A 20 now Alabama's morning news, traffic and weather together on the way next in some.
"guy trump" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Heads rolling. We had some experts on who were with us. On. We're talking about the defense of the Capitol from Capitol police. We found out yesterday that the Capitol police chief Steven Son announced his resignation. Course. This is a day after the protesters briefs the capital. Well, I gotta tell you work out with 13 times a week. He's a real good friend of mine and is what Okay. Sorry. Um I got to tell you The guy was dressed up in the buffalo costume and the capital. You know the picture of dawn about which which that was sent to me early on yesterday, when we were talking about when someone had brought up the fact that Antifa had infiltrated Trump. And they said then they sent that to me said Here's a perfect example of that. Where is that guy? What was it? He can't find him and oh, by the way, he's not antifa. How do you know well there because you know why? Because he came out and complained that people were calling him that and he said, I'm not Well, that's that there were other photos of him at Trump events. So he's been to a lot of them. But he says he's not. And I don't believe that. Okay, that I don't believe that. Trump's supporters. Do you think a trump supporter is gonna dress up like that? And and you know what the answer is Sure they could do it. So what am I saying? I mean, But some, But why is it that guy Trump supporter or not? Why didn't he have handcuffs on somewhere? Yeah, you saw where multiple media outlets released. The photos. Of those that they're looking for now. You know what would? It's probably what 20 photos looking. They had it right there. Where they had him. Yeah. What? Why are they having to look for him? Right? I think the Capitol police were just overwhelmed. I mean, you looked at that crown how they're understaffed. Yeah, And they were just overwhelmed in that event. Yeah, there are abuses left. Have you seen the video and I sent it to you, But you probably didn't have time yesterday. Look at it of the young lady who got shot. Yes, I've seen I did see that video. Remember yesterday when we got the e mails and I brought that up, and she was climbing through a window when she got shot and time after time again, people e mailed me saying You don't know what you're talking about. I was just basing it on Associated Press story. I don't know what you're talking about. She was just standing there. She wasn't even protest. You know, Blah, blah, blah Obama. Did you see the video? How no. Okay. I sent the video to yesterday. Afternoon. Sean, Did you watch the video? Yes. House. I didn't get it either. Um E mean it is. It is graphic to watch it. And she is climbing through the window. One officer fires one shot and you see her go down. And I hate that that she hate that she was climbing through the window and I hate that she got killed. She was so why was Why was this veteran Doing that that you know her husband asked the same question. Why did she do there? Her husband said. I don't know why she was there. I don't know why she went there. Shamefully 5 26 w b a p coming up here at 5 45 this morning, Uh, 21 people have had severe allergic reactions to one of the vaccines also will check your status. How I'll give you an update on a neighbor of mine who has had the vaccine on where it's staying. So what? We'll do that all coming up here? Find 45. Nicolo say has the 5 30 news. Next calls for the removal of a Texas senator are growing. Find out why Next? Don't miss the trading group show. Learn how you can earn a full time income. Working from home is a short term trader. Call 8886468787 or listen to the trading group show every Saturday at six on the news and talk of Texas W B A P I got a chance to read a life changing review from soda client, Debbie the other day that I wanted to share with you, she says. I'm 66 years old and have Type two diabetes for the last seven years, taking 500 MG metformin twice a day after the fifth week on the program was able to get off med Forman and my glucose readings have been consistently low would not have done this on my own. I try but simply was not able soda. Has been a godsend. Wow, that's how it's been for me to. My body's changed has been so amazing £50 keeping it off. It'll be three years this spring throw last year out the door and get in the soda. As we start the new year Go to sort of weight loss dot com Breed a few of their over 4000 sort of client. Google reviews sold. It is the Chosen weight loss, Nutritional program of your Dallas man's organization and fans. That's S O t a weight loss dot com. Soda and the Mavs are sit with me now straight of yards, who tow state of the art weight loss. Finding great candidates. The higher convene,.
"guy trump" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Has led the charge, and I Give him all the credit in the world for introducing me to someone who I consider a friend of the show. He's been an invaluable resource and I've learned so much and I know we're going to continue that he did to lean on him now ever harder. Gordon Chang, author of the Coming Collapse of China. The, uh, great U. S. China Tech war both available online and, uh, he's on Twitter. By the way, Gordon G. Chang. Follow him there, Gordon. Great to have you back, sir. Good morning. Well, thank you so much for us. Gordon. The the Tucker story off the top this week on Monday was I mean, it was It was a I opener. Hey, had found some video online. That is, I guess, subsequently been taken down. It was a I'm short handing this You correct me where I'm wrong. A Chinese professor giving some kind of lecture the other folks it was in Mandarin transcribed on the bottom in English for people so playing at here wouldn't make much sense. But in short I'm short handing his comments. He said that you know, we had a pretty great relationship with people with the top on down. Things have been going pretty well. And then this guy Trump comes along. He's a problem, but it looks like we've got our friends. Back in power. We've you know, we've successfully tossed Trump. I don't know that they took credit for tossing Trump. But they're very, very happy to have their quote friends back in power. That's a short handed way. Of saying what I think I heard him say, and that was a rather exceptional thing. Given that that was on public display in China. They obviously didn't appreciate it because it's vanished. What can you tell us about that? This is really stunning. This is a professor deduction of Renmin University in Beijing on September 28th November, 28. He gave a lecture in front of a large audience was broadcast throughout China. As you point out, it's been subsequently taken down, but it is still on YouTube. And what he was saying was that China owned the American political establishment, especially Wall Street. And in prior administrations, Beijing was able to get what it wanted through the Wall Street connection. They weren't able to do that during the Trump Administration, D said, But they're looking their chops that they'll be able to do it again in a Biden term. Now what's important here is not so much the truth of that. But it shows the arrogance of the Chinese elites that they think that they own the United States. They can push us around, and this is extremely dangerous because it means we can't deter them. It also means that they're going to do things which Biden will have to oppose. This will cause friction. God knows what will occur. So it's the mentality of the Chinese leaders. Economic, political, social, cultural. This is the real concern that I have Gordon. When we hear interviews with people like Tony Bo Belinsky, I also have to give Tucker credit for bringing to our attention and when he says he doesn't have confidence that Joe Biden Hasn't been compromised by China. How does that land on your years? Um, clearly there is a lot love. We have to really be concerned and and it's not just the laptop. It goes way back with this commitment of a billion and a half dollars. The Hunter Biden, Joe Biden's son. Now China puts out a lot of money to be invested by foreigners. That's not news. What is news or two things. First of all, 100. Biden had no experience as a fund manager, and he was the son of the then sitting vice president. But also this money was channeled by a Communist Party unit that is responsible for influencing foreigners. So this money came under extremely suspicious circumstances. And that's why the Chinese think they own us. You know, Di Deng strong in that lecture, actually talked about Hunter Biden and how they could use him to influence. Um, President Biden. So really, what we're talking about is a Chinese establishment that has actually corrupted many parts of America and thinks it can use it for its own advantage. Gordon. How meaningful have the last four years been in terms of peeling back or whittling away at this kind of intrusiveness of China? Have the Trump administration? Would you call them successful in beating this back? They they not been successful. But then again, you can't expect them to in a period of four years because what Trump did and this is the real accomplishment that historians for generations will talk about. Is that Trump ditch this policy of engagement of the Chinese regime? This notion that if we could work with China, we could cooperate with them. They would then become the nine. But what we have seen, especially over the last 45 years is that China's become extremely hostile, belligerent and dangerous. So engagement theory has not worked. The real concern with the Biden team coming in is not what they've done. They haven't done it yet, but they do embrace this engagement theory, which is clearly not working. What does it mean to you when you hear influence Peddling and China and including maybe now the would be incoming president. I mean, when, when we hear what What could that possibly mean? Exactly? And and, um I don't want to be a fatalist. But I do want to be a realist. So I'm trying t really understand what it could mean that we have a president who has perhaps taken large sums of money from China. What can that What does that practically mean? Really? Well, it means that the Chinese have leverage over of President Biden. Now, Biden can if he wants to construct away from that, Um, but we'll have to see what he actually does. What the Chinese do have leverage and the other thing that's of concern. Chris is there's certain things that we know we know about the commitment of resources for investment for Hunter Biden we hear about the laptop. But the question is, what do we not know? Because we know that Hunter Biden has had a troubled past. We know that the Chinese regularly, um, photograph record Americans while they're in China and indeed elsewhere to get compromising information. And so my concern has been that, like any parent, Joe Biden is gonna want to protect his son. China's very well may have materials that could be used for bribery and blackmail. They could have national security implications. I'm not saying this is the case. I am saying this is something we need to be concerned about. Gordon Chang is with us. Gordon Gee Chang on Twitter, author of the Coming Collapse of China. This story that pop this week about the outsize influence China has had specifically in California. I've read in the past, for instance, that China is buying up a lot of real estate in California. We know about their outsized influence in big tech and academia. But now this, this woman who was said to be a Chinese spy has perhaps head romantic relationships with members of Congress. They've said a couple of Midwestern mayor's What does that tell you? Well, this is a part of China's influence campaign. They try to influence people in both parties. And it's not just that the top of the political system this goes all the way to the local level. The Cygnus of concern here is that this Chinese agent, Christine Fung actually was trying to influence Eric Swalwell when he was a council member in a city And that shows you that they really tried to nurture American politicians from the very beginning. Um, you know, the Swalwell case is important because he's now sitting on the House Intelligence Committee. But it's more important for another reason. And that is that he has been the proponent of this. Russia is our number one threat. When clearly he has been the target of Chinese intelligence operatives, Assay said. They go after both parties. So Swalwell is not an exceptional case. But swallow has made himself exceptional by propagating a Chinese narrative. It is strange that we've heard what a threat Russia has been for four years from Democrats, when in fact They don't even have the resource is of the means. I heard somebody say it..
"guy trump" Discussed on The Politics Guys
"My thought On that would be that. There's going to be a deal. Just not sure when it's gonna happen if the eviction moratorium runs through the end of the year you know. Then you're down to twenty one days until biden could put in a new moratorium and in quite honestly as far as traditional proceeding happened. Nothing's going to happen within twenty one days on residential evictions. I just don't see that happening meaning meaning. By the time someone mature moratorium expires. Someone falls in court somewhere in response at that point vines already in office and could issue a new moratorium if you're inclined to believe that the president has the power to do that which i'm not which which is different different situation different story. But no i think it's it's going to get worked out. And if landlords keeping my landlords operated in the economy also. Different ones have different. You know different constraints Working against them the one that we talked about this one of the big problems is smaller landlords right they may own one or two properties that they've mortgaged and they all. They owe the bank so they have to keep making payments depend on the rental income in order to do so. That said I in most in my experience Most landlords aren't will in any rushed kick out a tenets unless they have a new online up. So so my my sense would be you know. I'll the vast majority of of places would say look we'd get unless there are are. Are you know someone they know can come in and rent in pay. I think they'd be more likely just to make a deal with their their current tenant and you have workout the excess over time or something like that and i think that's probably the best best way to do it rather than a national big federal policies but make some money available through a stimulus or or aid and then let these private parties working out themselves. going forward so i guess my point here is that this is not a solution and you know. Let's say you're let's say you're you're a renter and you can't afford to pay your rent and let's say your rents for my math. Say a thousand dollars a month so you can't afford to pay that for seven months. Well then all of a sudden the moratorium and you have a bill for seven thousand dollars and maybe your landlord is willing to work something out with you. But maybe our landlord isn't and all of a sudden your you know you obviously couldn't pay you. Maybe you don't you you lost your job or your hours recover whatever and so all of a sudden you go into a situation where your worse off than ever so to me. The solution of this is is a pretty obvious. One and that is that is relieved that will subsidies or relief to either directly to the landlords like the landlord tenant version of the paycheck protection program or giving the relief to the rent or so they can pay the landlords. I mean the money's got to come from somewhere and we gotta remember that there are millions millions of people who who are really going to be suffering under this and so i'm not. I'm not as sanguine about the prospects of everyone being okay and just assuming that landlords and tenants will work it all out. I think a lot of people are going to be really badly hurt by this. If there's not some sort of larger coordinated action on this so when the pandemic started there were there were there was a push in this is what the defendant right up sort of the money floodgates to the banks and told them make money available to people in the the idea was sort of.
"guy trump" Discussed on The Politics Guys
"And and so i think that yellen is you know perfectly acceptable. I would have liked to have seen her. Serve a second term as fed. Jara's that's been sort of the tradition but donald trump. I was considering that but chose not to do that but to me. This is a good sign. And i think it's one of the medically because he wasn't he wasn't cutting interest interest rate astronaut. Exactly yeah but. But i mean i think i think this is a good sign i think. That's why markets have reacted so favourably. You know up for a lot of reasons right. But i guess this also ties into the market sort of situation is the fact that i find it very likely. At least that joe biden is making these announcing these potential picks based on his belief that it's unlikely that he's going to have a senate majority and so he needs the work with mitch. Mcconnell senate republicans to see what will actually get him fifty one votes and that means it's going to be more moderation in these picks and i think that's a big part of what we're seeing well and he could have this. One of our topics were later on. I mean he could also have read. The tea leaves from the election that that as much as the progressives certainly helped his campaign and he needed them the whole progressive socialists. type type label did not play well in swing districts. Yeah and especially. If you know the extent georgia is is still up for grabs You know. I think i think the better the better play for or biden is is moderation right but the you want to say about about yelling. Obviously there's there's nothing there's no bar to having a former fed. Chief is treasury secretary. But i always thought it was kind of fascinating. This has never happened before. And it's an interesting play you know and you didn't see it. But then average we that makes perfect sense in terms of kind of court. And that's one. I think. One of the big advantages here is that even though the transition was delayed a bit. It's quite possible that nobody has ever been in a better position to make a smooth transition than Then joe biden is because i mean just transition ever but you think about just four years ago. He was part of the executive branch right and he's got his. Donald trump reminds reminded us all the time forty seven years of experience under these circumstances. I can't think of anyone off. The top of my head would be better position to can smoothly.
"guy trump" Discussed on The Politics Guys
"Basically that sort of thing now moving on to the more to the more substantive elements of the transition. We're starting to see joe biden. Name name people. He says he will be naming as his top picks. And i think of these there were three the that have sort of taken up along the attention and that would be Lincoln secretary of state yellen for treasury and john kerry former presidential candidate or special climate envoy. And you know to me. It seems like this is the joe bind that i expected. Were sort of seeing a lot of people from abi obama administration. We're seeing a lot of folks who have deep experience not really radical type books. I mean what what. I'm hearing from the progressive left. Is he now. These aren't exactly the folks that we wanted. We'd like to see him be a little more radical. There are plenty of people who were thinking. You know that were treasury. We might see elizabeth warren. I think bernie. Sanders still thinks he might have a shot at labor secretary. I don't really see that happening but to me this is a this is a positive sign that the biden administration is going to be sort of center type of administration which is exactly what i'd hoped for from it. Well what do you make of these picks. So i i was going to do the joke on the buying mental acuity. This would be unfair but yes secretary of state is said. Gimme abe lincoln and these at what. Who do you save lincoln. No i'm kidding. I'm kidding Generally i i'm okay with these these again. They wouldn't have been my first choice as a conservative. obviously but they are mainstream. yeah so i posted the and and again janet yellen particularly is is i think comforting to me because that was one of my bigger concerns. Was that Elizabeth warren had been sort of preaching really big changes To to financial regulations. That i i believe could very much at the earth economy very much on done a lot of the american way of life but But janet yellen is is not is not that person. She's more of a technocrat. She is certainly has the experience. I'm interested in your thoughts on and we had. We had a conversation last week. Two weeks ago about judy shelton whether she is she would have been too pliant and this raises an opposite question of will the fed be to to clients to a treasury secretaries afford or former friendship. Yeah that that's exactly the question. I had the main question. I was thinking about the we. Were talking about that last week and now we have a situation where it's likely that the the proceeding fed chair is going to be working very closely with the current fed chair. And that's it's very much like hiring the outgoing boss as the lobbyists for the agency of the new boss. Yeah i think the difference here is that this would be an issue. More an issue of the treasury being sympathetic to the fed rather than the opposite. Which though it's not really a fed independent sort of thing necessarily it kind of works in the opposite direction. Here i think..
"guy trump" Discussed on The Politics Guys
"Which as you and i have talked about a bunch of times as i don't think ever been successfully prosecuted in the only time it was unsuccessfully prosecuted was was over one hundred fifty years ago and you know more more to the point that also you get into the strange. I've with this challenge. I don't know whether i said this on the show or just yelled it out on the streets on point summer could can make the the point of. Let's walk through the elements of what michael plan is supposed to have don and told me which evident piece of evidence fits those elements I'm happy to hear it. And i've i've never i to this day. Haven't haven't heard it and again my last point would would be look even the fbi. Investigators who interviewed him came back saying they thought he told the truth at least initially and they went back and say i wanna maybe we can massage that a little bit. So i mean for all those reasons and and that's sort of the general reasons of justice. I think it's right thing to do. I think it's also the the right thing to do Almost the same reason that gerald ford pardoned nixon and also pardoned people who fled the draft. is that if you want some kind of national closure this this is the way to do it rather than continuing to prosecute in my my concern is and this is the same thing i said the same thing about trump locker up rhetoric and all that is that you start to descend into the banana republic type thing. If the if this is what we do after every administration we continue to prosecute someone the outgoing administration so i think it was good on on reasons of of justice and law for all the reasons that the panel of the dc circuit said but also for reasons of national closure healing. All that sort of thing. Yeah you know. I don't really buy the argument or don't necessarily buy the argument that this was from the beginning deep state hardison hit job against donald trump. But what i do believe. Is that prosecutors..
"guy trump" Discussed on KGO 810
"Because the people who do the in person voting are overwhelmingly Republicans. Way get. I don't know what that is. Yeah, that was very nice. Well done. Ah. But the red Meraz showed up. And All of us myself included, and I knew about the red moon. I mean, I talked about it. We talked about the fact that the early returns would likely favor a GOP run, and then the later returns. Mail in ballots and other ballots provided By absentee ballots in all the different ways you can vote were overwhelmingly or largely, maybe not overwhelmingly Democrat. And so the Red Mirage would then be replaced by the blue wave. Now the blue wave I You know, I don't know if it quite crashed ashore with the thunder that everybody was expecting. Certainly not expecting the pollsters that we're not expecting. I think this Less than impressive BlueWave particular when it comes to Senate, You know all you heard all this story? Well, I think it's likely that the Democrats are going to flip the Senate is just a question of how many seats well. No guess again. But and loss of seats in the house. But what I'm trying to say is that the early returns going red and then now The ballots being counted. Going blue. You just heard Michael show refer to the fact that they're going to be all of these ballots overwhelmingly for Biden that's in the in the race for Pennsylvania. That is going to change the character of things. This has gone exactly the way we thought it would. In fact, Trump did exactly what we said he would do, which is early on now. Early on. It was still neck and neck when he made his announcement and pronouncement, you know that he's won. Let's stop the Let's stop accounting. Let's see. Well, let's start the counting everywhere. But Arizona I thought that was great Arizona County where everywhere else should stop down, all right? Anyway. My point is simply this is has kind of gone, according to According to Hoyle that has gone along the way. That we thought it would, right. Ah, And yet it's not over and there will be the legal challenges. I think that's something else that we anticipated. I mean, we talked about that ad nauseam here. But here's the other thing I wanted to say, okay. And you may or may not like this, but I'm just going to say it. You can take me on a 415 80 88 10. If you can't Do better than this. Against Donald Trump. Who is In the middle of a pandemic. Incompetent. Corrupt, inept And unable to, I think, you know, do anything to help the average American. He's done a lot to help those who are the wealthiest Americans. I think that doesn't speak well for either a the Democratic Party or be Joe Biden. Now, eyes, you know, was not a Joe Biden fan. He's a tepid candidate. He's middle of the road. But I have to say last night there was a part of me. That goes well, Maybe that's what America wants. I know they want somebody who's middle of the road. You know, I like somebody who's more of a firebrand. I like to listen with Warren. I like somebody who's more of a flamethrower. Somebody with realize ideas. You can really do something You can shape legislation, not somebody's going to reach across the aisle. Wall Street's not worried. Nobody's nervous about Joe Biden. He's a Republican. Let's face it. He's an absolutely now. Where he's not a Republican, probably is with the Supreme Court appointments. I mean, I don't mean to suggest that there's no difference between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. There's a huge difference. There's a Gulf of difference. What I'm trying to say is this guy Trump is incompetent. He's hired his family. He's looting the Treasury, and he's hired all his crony friends who are lobbyists to run all of these major of of institutions. In Washington, and I'm just saying that I would have thought that the Democrats could have put on a better show. I don't know..
"guy trump" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Show as promised. We have a clip from a 30 year old interview. That Donald Trump did with CNN, I think isn't CNN. I can't remember who it's with. It doesn't even matter. It's with a member of the press. That's all you need to know. And it just struck me When I listen to it. I was like, Wow, you know, the more things change. The more they stay the same, and it's so weird to see and we're talking about this the top top of the hour oftheir. It's so weird to see him as normal guy Trump. Yeah, right. Like he's doing an interview. And yet, you realize How crazily consistent he is because he's not in, you know, showman character. He's not, You know, he's not running for public office. But in many ways it's the same guy saying the same thing is and by the way before I forget, because I have to mention it, the new this dancing that he's doing at the rallies. I love the dancing. He's got this little sideways thing going. I love it so much. I can't get enough of it. All right, But this cliff, I think will demonstrate. Everybody that his What's the word for disdain? I guess for the media has been there for a long time. Take a listen. People say something false. I attack those people. Because the news gets away with murder, the news media Get away with murder. You're tough in terms of libel laws because the media so protected and it's ridiculous that they're so protected, But they can write virtually anything. The difference is with me. At least they pay some price. And I think more people should have that attitude. And I think you'd find a lot more accurate reporting, including yours. What.
"guy trump" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Country anyway and the foreign policy established it was like. You're so stupid. Twentieth. Donald Trump tweets you're so dumb Donald Trump. I mean listen John Kerry in this speech, the Brookings Institution. Is Listening to John Kerry tell everybody how stupid you are to think this is even possible. What just happened this past week the third deal UAE Bahrain now Sudan Listen Ron Carey Grey poupon got tell us how stupid we all are check this out. There will be no separate peace. Between Israel and the Arab World I WANNA make that very clear to all of you. I've heard several prominent politicians in Israel sometimes saying, well, the Arab world's in a different place. Now, we just have to reach out to them and we can work some things. The Arab world will deal with the Palestinians. No, no, no no. I can tell you that reaffirmed even in the last week as I've talked to leaders of the Arab community, there will be no advance and separate peace with the Arab world without the Palestinian process and Palestinian peace everybody needs to understand that that is a hard reality. Joe Can you give us another. Poly, you gotTa home for. US. Joe One, more from me. Weird weird how that happened. Joe You're listen. I know you're a sub-standard intellect like name. Thank you. Were Idiots. I. Mean like trump were all stupid. You know podcast produced Dobie finally come on. John Kerry can figure this out he probably. Just a cop I mean, what do I know? John Kerry would have been a police chief so smart right awaiting of the street cop. Politics Web developed what an idiot John Kerry designed website so much smarter than all of us and he's clearly smarter than trump and international businessman who's made the money here and there, but made money as well. He's clearly smarter than this idiot trump. BJ's said it right. From a while ago to be fair John Kerry but. Understand that this was the accepted. Almost taught a logical truth. From the White Paper Writing Intelligence on foreign policy for literally decades. That if you think a peace deal will be signed with an Arab country without the Palestinians. and. Even worse if you aggravate the Palestinians. By moving the embassy to Jerusalem, you add no chance. I'm okay. It's just happened for the third time. You Know Dumb Guy Trump did it the job carries the smart guy remember trump trump's eighty definitely vote to get Joe Biden. So he appoints John Kerry commissar of truth or something like that. Why the long face just heard it on tape.
Trump Repeats Claim He Is ‘Immune’ To Covid As He Proposes Kissing Audience Members
"Boy. Donald Trump's been talking off a lot about that lately. Here is last night in a rally kiss Every guy, man and woman, man and Woman. Look at that guy Trump. Now at two state rallies, has been talking about kissing people. We're joined now by Trump Campaign senior adviser Steve Cortes. We know he's making the point, Steve that he feels so good. After recovering from Corona virus, he could kiss people, But in my commentary yesterday, I asked if the president comes here that he vows to not even threatened to kiss anybody. Can you make that valve for him? Steve? I will in his stead. Well, actually, I shouldn't say that because you never know. Right. Trump is such a jokester. You never know what he's going to say about how much I will promise He will not actually do it. Okay. Don't kiss. Candle in the crowd and start kissing people randomly. Hey, listen, it would win this election. I'd be happy to give him a kiss. Okay, well, there you go. Hey, let's talk about him coming because he was in Florida on Monday in Pennsylvania last night. He's scheduled to be in Iowa today. Are we going to see the president back in Arizona once, maybe even twice before Election Day. You know, I don't know about twice. But yes. Once I can guarantee I can't divulge details yet, But he will be there. Yes, And twice is not an impossibility with travel schedule. This guy, Keith, We just haven't gotten that far out on the counter, but But you will be
"guy trump" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Putting their own safety at risk to protect the president they were all wearing those and ninety five mass as president trump waved at supporters outside of a Walter Reed Medical Center, your thoughts on that. Because the headlines over the weekend. The invincibility of the White House and GOP is catching up with them super spreader strong. That was another one that caught my attention. Of course they were talking about the ceremony in which president trump announced his domination of Amy Coney Barrett for a Supreme Court justice. Left. Open by the very tragic death of Ruth. Badir Ginsburg Oh yes. Super spreader strong and then this was the corker for me this morning MSNBC I believe it was you can find it online talking about the fact that president trump had the audacity. To get in to that motorcade and wave to his supporters just yesterday. MSNBC'S SAYING this underscores The very essence. Of. Toxic masculinity. Would you expect anything different night seventy, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, Tanna drop us a text on our thirteen ten Kfi text line at the three one, nine, nine, six, right a very, very busy show for you. This morning David Bossy. Co. Author of a new book that he wrote along with Corrie Lewin Dowse Guy Trump America first, the president succeeds against all odds going to be a very timely conversation with David Abbassi when he joins us. At six thirty, five this morning going to be interesting to talk about what the campaign now looks like as what were. Twenty eight days out from the election. Can you believe it? It's closing in fast. So what does the campaign now look like for President Trump? We'll check in with David Bossy he is A. Former. Deputy Campaign, Manager for Donald. Trump 2016 deputy campaign manager and President of Citizens United also co author of trump America. First, the president succeeds against all odds.
"guy trump" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"To be physically removed from the White House. There are suggesting that question and it came up on Fox and friends. This one. It's a complete and total obvious fake news. Just like the whole asses Harris eligible to be vice president or president. That is a completely completely Democrat manufactured nonsense issue. Well, it was one day to talk about it, but I know But why did he? Why? Why? Because he was asked about it right. They brought it up. They asked him about it and and he responded. That's all That's all it was and they keep bringing it up and they keep respond. They keep forcing him to respond, and they play his comments as though he initiates the issue itself. He's actually moved on from that. You're right now They do ask him these questions, and he's forced to say something, but that's such a silly well mine and he wasn't strong enough in his rebuke of the person who said shut up up. No, I'm saying you're coming, so I did just commercial. Hegel and I talked about how the MBA playoffs are in play, and you can go better. All the games on vandal and locally the Brooklyn Nets. They put the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday afternoon, and it sounds like W up and talk. But it's not because, as we talked about earlier President Trump every day every day, says something about sports. And yesterday he talked about The MBA, the NFL and college football all in one day Now, I did put him beyond for two seconds from the hospital. I saw Portland play Phoenix or something. I know what it was. I did see the black lives matter. Logo on the court and miss if I did see them wearing is designed to be front and center on your screen. It's right there on the court, and then you can see on their jerseys, of course. Education reform. I am a man who ever said they weren't meant. You know what? How about just plain old education? Right? Alright. You morons. Idiots! Our student athletes? Yes, sure. Yeah, right. Okay, So the reason why Collins happening? Didn't go on any talk shows because he can't talk. He actually knowledge, you know? Yeah, Of course they all want to come. No, Not all. LeBron James didn't well, they're not. Student athletes is the point. Just athletes that I get that they're going to college. Some of them are J. J. Reddick. The duties of the right guy except right exception, But for the most part, you're right. Well, Donald Trump, the president didn't actually talk about how he feels about the embassy. The black lives matter and the kneeling and as you would expect. He wasn't happy about it. I've been fighting for football to come back. We're trying to help the NFL. As long as they stand for our national anthem. As long as they honor our flag in our country. If they start dealing, I'm not going to be helping them much might come back, but I won't be watching. Neither will a lot of other people. I think what the n ba did was atrocious. I thought it was disgraceful, The way they knew atrocious and disgraceful. I mean, you take watching the Nets and Raptors on Wednesday. You talk about pulling no punches exactly atrocious and disgraceful, disgusting and exercise and cowardice and just ignorance. It's just unbelievable. Yeah. God bless President Trump. Thank you for saying that because that's exactly what it is. He ripped. Roger Goodell, the commissioner of the NFL yesterday ripped him a new one with Eric Bolling, Our old buddy Eric Bolling, formerly a poxy box and Fox News. Now he's on What is that America's team or something? Ah, one American news away, and I don't even know, but that's the kind of guy Trump as he remembers bowling. Yes, balling used to support him in a huge way. Bowling. Gotta Roy. Maybe a raw deal. Maybe not a raw deal, but maybe just made a mistake. We actually did his very last show. We did. That's right, Hammett. Right? Me And you, It was him Eboni Williams and cat him. Yes, And we did. The very last show. He was out of sorts, and we're like, Wow, bowling doesn't seem very friendly and that we had done a show before. I know, but actually, I said company, I said he's usually a jerk that even though we like them, I go today. He's really a jerk. And she's like well and then Baba the whole story and that of course, hey has since lost a son. Terrible and the president is good to do something for a guy like yes, and he did go on with them. But he did rip Roger Goodell and the NFL about the national anthem. Now that what you really should He wants to see college football, though you know, last week President jump, and we saw Scott Atlas. On with Martha MacCallum. The same day the president Trump was saying play college football. Scott outlets was saying a Martha MacCallum. There is no medical reason. There's no science, no science that backs not playing college football. SECNAV boys men that age. You know, a generation ago were storming the beaches of Normandy and evil Jima, for God's sakes. I mean, you're worried about getting something that's Ah, you getting a cold, They'll get better in what? 6 to 8 days, and then they come back. That's a great point. And plus, the players want to play. They want to be showcasing big opportunity. Yes, The doctors say that they're in a safer environment into college the setting than they are at home where if they don't play will go to school or play football? They might get in trouble. A lot of these kids are from the inner city as well, not just trouble, but they live in neighborhoods where Colvin runs rampant. Let's face it. They live in poor communities. That's what was so crowded Cove it right. Exactly got a better chance of catching it at home than a Clemson University. So the people who are shutting football down or anti science yes and anti kid. I mean, it's all politics, putting these kids in much more serious trouble anyway. Here is President Trump. Played college football. The S E. C. The Big 12 in the A. C. C. Are back. They wantto come back, and I think they're coming back in the big 10. The Pac 12 are not and I wish they would come back. I'd like to see college football come back. I'd like to see them come back, proud and strong. The SEC will set their scheduled today, but it's so nice to hear the president United States he's actually breaking down conferences, and he had it correct the other team, the conferences that called it quits and the ones going to play football this year. You know the Ah A lot of the players have started positions. The Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields, Yes, started petition They want to play. He has a 100,000 signatures. Let us go back. Coaches want to play quarterbacks wanna play players want to play? It's all about politics. I mean, it's big business, too. Of course, these college football games Andre wanted everything. Anything that could make that third quarter report look bad, which is going to come out in October is going to be the less metric on the economy less big metric before the election, anything that will make it look bad, including shutting down college football schools. Keeping businesses closed as long as possible of the Democrats before. No doubt we're going to talk to Mike Florio pro football talk dot com and NBC Sports Jerry Jones made comments last week. That was very unfortunate. And Donald Trump a ll. That NFL stuff coming up at 9 20 plus beat Bernie stick around a great hour to come on a Bernie and said Monday Edition Stay connected.
John Roberts Condemns Schumer for Saying Justices ‘Will Pay the Price’ for ‘Awful Decisions’
"Chuck Schumer what the heck your your mind there and this guy's bad at what he does he really is but he's ticked off a lot of people here yeah he has so he is the top Democrat in the Senate and he threatened to Supreme Court justices during a pro abortion rally yesterday and the context is this the Supreme Court is hearing arguments over a bar in Louisiana that requires doctors at abortion clinics to have admitting privileges at a hospital now a similar law in Texas was ruled unconstitutional something like four years ago Chuck Schumer called out Jess is Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch by name the two guys trump nominated to the court yes he did I want to tell Kilgore's arch I want to tell you you release the whirlwind thank you very you if you go forward with these awful decision and they're taking away funds what made him want to he says he was talking to Republicans in the Senate I mean no he wasn't are you going share he named them so yes he didn't really apologize this morning but he did say something like I I should have used different words something like that never apologize the whole but John Roberts the Chief Justice iota statement he says justices know that criticism comes with the territory but threatening statements of this sword from the highest levels of government are not only inappropriate or dangerous no I I I think again you gotta think if trump had said something like that won't be the full on meltdown oh my god okay so Donald Trump what was it last week says that sort of my R. and Ruth pater Ginsburg should recuse themselves from all things involving Donald Trump yeah which is something the left has also argued when it comes to Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh yeah when trump says that he's pulling the Supreme Court he can't do that and Schumer even in his statement in response to to Chief Justice John Roberts he says the justice Roberts to follow the right wing's deliberate misinterpretation of what senator Schumer said ball remaining silent when president trump attacks justices Sotomayor and Ginsburg last week chose justice Roberts does not just call balls and strikes except John Roberts has issued statements about Donald Trump before about staying out of the judiciary yes this whole thing and we've wanted for a while how big of an issue will abortion B. in the presidential campaign Ford C.
"guy trump" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To see if he wants to take the oath of office so he could do in writing he has every opportunity to present his case but it's really a sad thing I mean what the president did was so much worse than even what Richard Nixon did but at some point Richard Nixon cared about the country enough to recognize that this could not continue they'll drop is in that guy trump's not going anywhere anytime he still doesn't know how lease because his life is always been never apologize he doesn't never apologize never apologize and you can say sorry in different ways out saying I screwed up but I look at this yeah the more I see the more feel uncomfortable and don't tell me well you still understand it's no no stop being in the cult take a deep breath and say alright look there seems to be some stuff here that is very uncomfortable that is very very wrong and politics aside and that's the problem right now with the politics the politics is so embedded in so ingrained in everybody at this moment time we see politics long before we see the truth and that's frustrating for a lot of people somebody asked me over the weekend I church yesterday so what do you think's gonna happen I said what should happen what I think's gonna happen I said I think nothing's gonna happen I think it's going to go to the Senate and eventually it's gonna die unless or something that so overwhelming that that you look back and go okay we have no choice but we have to remove the Scott I don't think we're there yet I never say never but the reality is is you know it's it's this isn't a good look when you've got people that are going to to jail that are surrounded by you in many cases they've done their own deeds that have been wrong but there's just a lot surrounding him and this right here is an ugly look I don't care which way he is side of the island on if you're honest with yourself if this was a bomb a doing this you'd be for you be apoplectic you be losing your mind he has to go he has to go up this oven Hillary has to go has to go and because we can't see the politics of it all this is what we get three two three five three twenty four twenty three at seventeen shows your Twitter to free tweet at us all of this going on I believe this is happening in the Hong Kong and it's getting uglier and uglier was home politicking.
With eyes toward general election, Biden attacks Trump in Iowa
"Overnight in Iowa. Joe Biden, making his most direct attacks yet against President Trump. I believe that Trump poses a fundamental threat to America eager to look past his democratic rivals, Biden is turning up the heat on Trump for not only to repudiate Donald Trump's policies and values. We have to clearly and fully reject for own safety, sake. His view the presidency. Quo. I have complete power. No. You don't Donald Trump? And the president is paying close attention. He was some place in Iowa today. And he said my name so many times, people couldn't stand that anymore. No don't keep saying, sleepy guy. Trump says Biden doesn't have what it takes. He looks different than he used to he acts different that he used to. He's even slower than it used to be Biden's response. People have a right to question over. That's totally legitimate can says, watch me, just watch me, a new national poll shows Biden, leading the president by fifty three to forty percent, but the president is doing his own poll. Testing out a new campaign slogan, make America great again. Keep America great. Thank you very much. That's a free poll pose. The damn thing. And the president is brushing off these new poll numbers, and Joe Biden isn't putting too much stock in the either. He says this is just the beginning of a very long marathon now, as many other twenty plus democratic candidates, the new numbers show that Elizabeth Warren is on the move. She is now in third place nationwide. Just four points. Bernie