30 Burst results for "Hans Von"

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01:40 min | Last month

"hans von" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"In fact I've given her name I think it's zuck buck's two Because remember what happened at what happened in the 2020 election was Mark Zuckerberg and these other liberals funneled $450 million almost exclusively into big democratic densely populated urban cities and areas to basically move the get out the vote campaign into government election offices because that's where the money went Well the same people who engineered that are now in control in the Biden White House And so Biden almost as soon as he gets in issues this executive order ordering All executive cabinet agencies and offices to prepare a plan to enhance voter registration in the next election And I think what they've done is basically now moved to get out the vote campaign into federal government offices And look Dan here's a problem with this of course And you look you know this remember when you were a Secret Service agent you had to operate right under the patch act That's the same Federal employees officials can engage in political activity but a lot of people are forgotten The reason that law was passed in 1939 was because of all these scandals it turned out that in the 1938 congressional elections like the ones we are coming up are these federal Roosevelt government officials particularly in the works progress administration We're using their power over federal benefits

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"hans von" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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01:47 min | Last month

"hans von" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I am plain sight we talk with author and legal analyst least wheel about the most notorious intelligence failure in U.S. history This Monday on 8 90 WLS Into the Dan bongino show Dan 24/7 at bongino dot com Oh gosh You know why I was thinking speaking of this whole voter fraud thing We had Han von Hans von mikovsky on You know I'll be addressing it on the Fox show tomorrow as well Dinesh has a movie coming out called 2000 mules that we got a gym Can we get him back please maybe next week Monday awesome You already see you're thinking wait at this movie I kid you not looks to be like clockwork orange eye opening They have camera footage matched up with cell phone geolocation data Nailing these people to the wall These mules were bringing these things to these ballot boxes It is just it looks stunning So while I'm him on a Monday so don't miss the radio show I'm glad thanks for doing that And then we'll repost it to the podcast channel There you go So yes you know we got to put that together Make sure he gets on the interview show on the weekend All right let me get to this and we'll get to some of your calls X chair many of us spend a lot of time in our office more than in our cars Sometimes even in our beds That's why it's so critically important to invest in the right chair to spend those hours with so you get the good level of support you're comfortable and you get more productivity out of your day It's really simple X chair Next year has made my time at the desk not only more productive but it's honestly my favorite place to sit for any reason Why Because it's got this patented I have a bad back I'm always complaining about this dynamic very lumbar support puts me at ease Gives a lot of support to the back Also it can give you a massage and heat you up or cool you down as well.

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Hans Von Spakovsky: The Purpose of the Hatch Act

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | Last month

Hans Von Spakovsky: The Purpose of the Hatch Act

"In fact I've given her name I think it's zuck buck's two Because remember what happened at what happened in the 2020 election was Mark Zuckerberg and these other liberals funneled $450 million almost exclusively into big democratic densely populated urban cities and areas to basically move the get out the vote campaign into government election offices because that's where the money went Well the same people who engineered that are now in control in the Biden White House And so Biden almost as soon as he gets in issues this executive order ordering All executive cabinet agencies and offices to prepare a plan to enhance voter registration in the next election And I think what they've done is basically now moved to get out the vote campaign into federal government offices And look Dan here's a problem with this of course And you look you know this remember when you were a Secret Service agent you had to operate right under the patch act That's the same Federal employees officials can engage in political activity but a lot of people are forgotten The reason that law was passed in 1939 was because of all these scandals it turned out that in the 1938 congressional elections like the ones we are coming up are these federal Roosevelt government officials particularly in the works progress administration We're using their power over federal benefits

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Hans Von Spakovsky: The Most Vulnerable Are Targeted by Federal Reps

The Dan Bongino Show

00:40 sec | Last month

Hans Von Spakovsky: The Most Vulnerable Are Targeted by Federal Reps

"The people who are most vulnerable in our society are the people who are applying to federal agencies for everything from social security benefits to veterans benefits and there will be told by the people they're dealing with Oh by the way you need to register to vote Oh and you need to vote in the upcoming election Well even if those election officials don't say it I mean there's a federal official Don't say it What is the what are these people supposed to think Well gosh Yeah I better register to vote And boy I better vote for the party and control The White House The Biden administration because otherwise I might not get my benefit

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"hans von" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:36 min | Last month

"hans von" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"That executive order they told all these cabinet agencies other offices submit your plans to The White House by September And yet none of those plans have been made public It's not only that there are refusing foia requests Listen I know for a fact personally because I've spoken to some of them state secretaries of state So these are the people that charge of running elections every state They haven't been told What these federal agencies are going to do They haven't been good information which of course look even if there's nothing nefarious about this and I think there is that's going to lead to all kinds of potential confusion and chaos as these federal agencies get involved is something they've never ever done which is voter registration Oh and by the way Dan this entire executive order is based on a complete and total lie If you read the order Biden says he's doing it because of the difficulties with voter registration and barriers to access to the polling places of voters particularly people of color There hasn't been any difficulties with voter registration In fact the Census Bureau The Census Bureau said that in the 2020 election voter registration in this country was higher than in the prior 5 presidential elections And look you keep your posts on news across the country If there were barriers keeping people at a polling place I think we would have heard about it

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Hans Von Spakovsky: Analyzing Federal Agencies & Voter Registration

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | Last month

Hans Von Spakovsky: Analyzing Federal Agencies & Voter Registration

"That executive order they told all these cabinet agencies other offices submit your plans to The White House by September And yet none of those plans have been made public It's not only that there are refusing foia requests Listen I know for a fact personally because I've spoken to some of them state secretaries of state So these are the people that charge of running elections every state They haven't been told What these federal agencies are going to do They haven't been good information which of course look even if there's nothing nefarious about this and I think there is that's going to lead to all kinds of potential confusion and chaos as these federal agencies get involved is something they've never ever done which is voter registration Oh and by the way Dan this entire executive order is based on a complete and total lie If you read the order Biden says he's doing it because of the difficulties with voter registration and barriers to access to the polling places of voters particularly people of color There hasn't been any difficulties with voter registration In fact the Census Bureau The Census Bureau said that in the 2020 election voter registration in this country was higher than in the prior 5 presidential elections And look you keep your posts on news across the country If there were barriers keeping people at a polling place I think we would have heard about it

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"hans von" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:42 min | Last month

"hans von" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"You can't have a constitutional republic where people are prevented from voting who are entitled to for any reason outside of illegal one Maybe they were fell into whatever it may be You know jail But what's weird about this is the left keeps going back to these overtly racist appeals to destroy voter integrity laws I say overtly racist times because if you said it about anything else you rightfully so would be called a bigot and a racist If I were to say to you Hans there's a library in your neighborhood but you have to be very careful when black people come in for a library card because they don't know how to fill out the application You'd be horrified like I'm hanging up this phone right now and I don't talk to idiots But yet that's what the left does with black voters Voter integrity measures we can't do that Black people don't know how to get on the Internet And I hear this stuff and I'm like my God this is 2022 People still talk like this on the left It's horrifying It is patronizingly racist And you know what's most interesting about that is that their constituents don't agree with them I mean just on the issue of voter ID where if you talk to progressive advocacy groups in Washington if you talk to people like check zoom or who say oh my gosh voter ID law is that they prevent black Americans from voting Actually the polling shows that Americans know matter their race No matter their party affiliation all things voter ID yeah of course That's right Requirement So they disagree with what the leaders of the Democratic Party are saying on there

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Hans Von Spakovsky: American Voters Want Voter ID

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | Last month

Hans Von Spakovsky: American Voters Want Voter ID

"You can't have a constitutional republic where people are prevented from voting who are entitled to for any reason outside of illegal one Maybe they were fell into whatever it may be You know jail But what's weird about this is the left keeps going back to these overtly racist appeals to destroy voter integrity laws I say overtly racist times because if you said it about anything else you rightfully so would be called a bigot and a racist If I were to say to you Hans there's a library in your neighborhood but you have to be very careful when black people come in for a library card because they don't know how to fill out the application You'd be horrified like I'm hanging up this phone right now and I don't talk to idiots But yet that's what the left does with black voters Voter integrity measures we can't do that Black people don't know how to get on the Internet And I hear this stuff and I'm like my God this is 2022 People still talk like this on the left It's horrifying It is patronizingly racist And you know what's most interesting about that is that their constituents don't agree with them I mean just on the issue of voter ID where if you talk to progressive advocacy groups in Washington if you talk to people like check zoom or who say oh my gosh voter ID law is that they prevent black Americans from voting Actually the polling shows that Americans know matter their race No matter their party affiliation all things voter ID yeah of course That's right Requirement So they disagree with what the leaders of the Democratic Party are saying on there

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"hans von" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:34 min | Last month

"hans von" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"What do you make of a lot of these ballot box videos You know dinesh d'souza I'm sure you know he's got a movie coming out I've seen a lot of video it's apparently video footage from government recorded cameras And it appears I never jumped the conclusions I like to do my homework but dinesh is a very methodical guy And he has a bevy of videos here that appear to show what looks like a lot of shenanigans at these ballot boxes Hans this was a terrible idea from the start of ballot box I mean a really terrible idea at least at a polling location I see you I know it's Hans von smokowski voting coming in right there If you've got to commit fraud you got to do it in person A ballot box it's like an adding another element to an evidence chain And it's just bound to cause problems What do you make of the ballot boxes and this video coming out that's really disturbing Oh I think this needs to be seriously investigated because it raises all kinds of potential issues of fraud and ballot boxing And ballot stuffing And look the easiest way to understand how stupid this is is all these people who are in favor of ballot boxes If you said to them that the manager of a polling place at the end of the night was going to take the ballot box with all the ballots in it walk instead of taking it downtown where it needs to be counted Instead we're just going to go out and put it on the street On guarded on surveilled and just wait for somebody at some point to come by and pick it up take it down We would say you're crazy That's nuts That's what on guarded ballot boxes are

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Hans Von Spakovsky: Ballot Drop Boxes Need to Be Investigated

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | Last month

Hans Von Spakovsky: Ballot Drop Boxes Need to Be Investigated

"What do you make of a lot of these ballot box videos You know dinesh d'souza I'm sure you know he's got a movie coming out I've seen a lot of video it's apparently video footage from government recorded cameras And it appears I never jumped the conclusions I like to do my homework but dinesh is a very methodical guy And he has a bevy of videos here that appear to show what looks like a lot of shenanigans at these ballot boxes Hans this was a terrible idea from the start of ballot box I mean a really terrible idea at least at a polling location I see you I know it's Hans von smokowski voting coming in right there If you've got to commit fraud you got to do it in person A ballot box it's like an adding another element to an evidence chain And it's just bound to cause problems What do you make of the ballot boxes and this video coming out that's really disturbing Oh I think this needs to be seriously investigated because it raises all kinds of potential issues of fraud and ballot boxing And ballot stuffing And look the easiest way to understand how stupid this is is all these people who are in favor of ballot boxes If you said to them that the manager of a polling place at the end of the night was going to take the ballot box with all the ballots in it walk instead of taking it downtown where it needs to be counted Instead we're just going to go out and put it on the street On guarded on surveilled and just wait for somebody at some point to come by and pick it up take it down We would say you're crazy That's nuts That's what on guarded ballot boxes are

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"hans von" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:41 min | 6 months ago

"hans von" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Part by stand with Israel tour. This is America first one on one with the heritage foundations, hands on speculation. I think Virginia's great. I think so many people were watching Virginia. It made it hard for fraud to be rampant. And secondly, I think we just had a smart pivot, a pirouette, if you will, from youngin, who was talking business business business, then he saw the mama bears that the school board meetings, then he embraced this anti CRT movement, and he said, I'm going to ban critical race series. And of course, Terry McCauley statement that parents shouldn't be in charge, and we have too many white teachers helped as well. But I'm not sure Virginia is the model for election integrity going forward. How much more work is there to be done? There's a lot more work to be done. You know, while a number of states that we've talked about and talk about in the book have passed election reform, other states have. In fact, in Virginia, Democrats who control the state legislature now for several years have basically reversed. All the good changes, the state used to have a good voter ID law. That got wiped out. They put in a law that's going to put in same day voter registration next year. All that's got to be changed. One thing that didn't get a lot of attention in Virginia is that the Republicans there, both the candidates and actually the state party. They put on and grassroots organization. They put on an unprecedented statewide poll watcher program that they've never had anything like it before. But even in Virginia, this election, you once again had officials trying to manipulate the election to by not complying with state law. A week and a half before they actually hit the county registrar. In fairfax county, that's a blue county. It's controlled by Democrats, largest county of the state. He came out and said, I'm not going to comply with the state law on absentee ballots. And he was just vocal about it. Again, Virginia needs to pass a law that's going to give folks the ability to go to court and prevent that kind of thing from happening. Well, they have a two seat majority was confirmed this week, the GOP has a two seat majority in Richmond. But to your point, what is the possible motivation? I can think of only one, for govern and northam. The butcher of Richmond to say, for the first time in the Commonwealth history, we're not going to verify signatures on mail in ballots. I see only one. Whether it's cashing a check or a contract, the only reason you don't check a signature is why, because it's not the right signature, and you don't want to check. No, that's exactly right. And that's why look what that was one of the biggest things that the left last year in the across the country try to do is get rid of the signature comparison requirement. And why, again, why would you do that other than to allow fraud to occur? Very simple. It's just common sense as usual, most problems in America can be sold with just a little bit of common sense and leadership and it comes down to those who are prepared to lead. I think the victory in Virginia for Glenn youngkin occurred in large part because of the grass roots leadership, not just of party officials, precinct captains, but parents at those school board meetings. Are you running for office? Are you supporting somebody who's running for office or have you volunteered to be a poll watcher or an election official? It's that simple. Thank you hands the book is our broken elections, get it right now how the left changed the way you vote. I'm Sebastian gorka, keep your head in a swivel, watch your 6 hold the line. Never give up. Never give in. And they trust me..

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What's Your Civic Responsibility to 'Stop the Steal'?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:41 min | 6 months ago

What's Your Civic Responsibility to 'Stop the Steal'?

"Welcome back to one on one with hands once again of the heritage foundation. Hans, we have to look forward. We have to hope that the states do what is incumbent upon them to make fraud as hard as possible. What is what is the role of the individual who's concerned? My wife is a trained election officer. So, you know, she does her bet. Every day we get calls here at this show. I get DMs, I get texts from people who say, that's it. I'm done. I'm not voting again. I'm a conservative, but they stole it last time, and there's no point. Now I can say to them, oh really? Did they steal Virginia? So this isn't just job a job for you or for state secretaries. Everybody has a responsibility do they not? Oh, oh, yeah, they do. And look, one of the reasons Georgia passed an election reform bill was because of a group of grassroots activists, some of whom I know, they all got together and said, we gotta have Georgia fix some of the problems we saw in last year's election, and they started besieging. Their state legislators down there and the legislators got interested. And that resulted in that election reform Bill, getting past. Look, the other thing that folks ought to do, besides being a poll watcher, working in a polling place is this. What has started happening, especially I know you've covered this. What has started happening at school board meetings across the country. Parents have started showing up at these meetings that normally they're always open to public, nobody shows up. Right. But Dave started showing up and they've started asking questions about the critical race theory propaganda being taught to their kids. In the county governments that run elections across the country, they have county election boards, and their meetings are public meetings. I was on two, one county such county board in Georgia, one in Virginia, we would have public meetings and hardly anybody would show up. Start showing up at those county board meetings and start asking questions. Are they doing basic things like comparing their county, voter registration list to the states, DMV list? To find people who've moved. It's all need to be taken off the list to find checking with state vital records departments of how people who have died so you can take them off the list. Start asking questions. And if the folks on the county election board aren't doing their job, get them replaced. Or run yourself.

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"hans von" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"hans von" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

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"hans von" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

05:02 min | 6 months ago

"hans von" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Perkowski. Hands, you mentioned other countries I grew up in the UK. I lived in Hungary for 15 years. Give us a little bit of a comparison with other nations. You know, we hear these stories that vote our ideas is suppression of votes. Talk to us about Mexico. Talk to us about this more than a billion people in India. As far as I know, they show their IDs when they go to vote. So is the only nation on God's earth to put men on the moon? Perhaps one of the most backward when it comes to securing our elections. Unfortunately, that's true. If I take a quick funny story, you know, the European Union as you well know sends observers to our federal elections. And now for a number of years, I've been asked to help brief the observers before the election. I'm almost always put on a panel with representatives from these very progressive liberal advocate groups. These are the ones that have sued every state. You mean the U.S. advocacy. U.S. apps to groups. These are the ones who have sued every state about voter ID. And I remember one specific incident where they were talking about how horrible ID was, it was used as a press vote and all the European observers could not understand what they were talking about, because in all of their countries, you have to show an ID to vote. I mean, they just didn't understand wives to be a problem. Look, Mexico has a much larger population of poverty than us. They have a very strict photo ID requirement, one of the first things that South Africa did when it became a democracy when Nelson Mandela was running for president, they put in an ID requirement. So nations that have barrios, nations that have get those far beyond the proportion we have here. Managed to somehow have voter ID laws. But yes, and they, on a second issue, they frown on mail in or absentee ballot. Because they understand how much fraud can occur with those and how much easier it is and many of the nations don't allow it or severely restrict the circumstances under which you can use a mail in ballot. And simply because logically mailing in is just far more susceptible, yes. You are there at the voting booth. You're showing your ID. Depending on the state, the obverse is just some envelope being mailed, and then who's opening it? We don't know who's collecting it, who's verifying it who's standing there when it's being opened is it being put in the rubbish if it's for the wrong candidate? I mean, this is just common sense is it not? Well, it's common sense to all of us it isn't to focus on the progressive left. The other thing they don't like, the other reason they like it is, remember, in every state there are laws against campaigning in polling places. So candidates can't show up at Stanford. They can't show up. They can't pressure you to vote a particular way. There's nothing to prevent them from showing up at voters homes and trying to coerce and pressure them to vote a particular way. Told us about the significance of voter roles and their influence on the integrity of a given election. The states unfortunately are doing a very bad job of maintaining their roles. They're not finding people who have moved to other states. They're not taking people off who have died. And there have been a number of studies done on this one in particular, I know of that's probably the best has found literally tens of thousands of individuals. For example, who are registered in more than one state, and are taking advantage of that by voting in the same election. And that is a real issue, one that's got to be fixed yet. Again, every time states try to do something about that, they get sued. By the ACLU and other organizations saying, oh, you're trying to keep people from voting. No, that what the state is trying to do is take into eligible individuals off the role so that won't be taken advantage. Whose job should it be? Is there a job for private individual citizens voters, activist groups to get involved in cleaning out votes rolls, or do we leave this to the states? No, they should get involved because in fact, look, the best thing grassroots organizations can do is get a copy of the voter registration list. For example, for their county, and start going through it. And if you find, for example, that there are 40 people registered to vote at what you know is a single-family hall. One post box. You need to go take a look at that and let election officials know that there is a potential problem with those voter registrations. We're talking to Hans von perkowski, former federal election commissioner senior legal fellow with the heritage foundation joined the heritage foundation today that conservative mothership fighting for the principles upon which the republic was found in heritage. He is the author of a brand new book, our broken elections, how the left changed the way you vote..

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"hans von" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

07:26 min | 6 months ago

"hans von" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"He is the senior legal fellow at the heritage foundation managing the election law reform initiative. So let's look specifically hands. At what happened last year. And I'm not a former election commissioner. I'm not a lawyer, you served in the DOJ correct. There's a lot of so here's my layman's take and you tell me if it resonates. Conservatives are concerned. Justifiably aged because the incumbent president received more votes than any other incumbent president in history. And in four battleground states, the vote count was halted, and then the results reversed when the vote count was started again. So at least there are questions in four battleground states. For all the theories that have been developed since then, there are various baskets of theories. Some, rather ones, such as data farms in Germany, Venezuela, dominion, voting machines, memory sticks, algorithms, Wi-Fi access to electronic systems. My argument is a very simple one. If you know that the vote reversal occurred in places like Philadelphia in Atlanta, these are places that have, in some cases, Chicago, decades long history of fraught elections. And old school fraud is perhaps where we should start. The idea that ballot stuffing, filling out election ballots for people who aren't actually the person on the ballot. Does it make sense if you're looking to address these issues to follow the kiss principle and to stay with the keep it simple and start with that which we know, I mean, it's a joke, Philadelphia Chicago. These are box of jokes for decades. Before we get to these ideas of computers and algorithms, we have a lot of work to do with just very prosaic, do we not? Yeah, no, no, you've analyzed it exactly right. If you want to look at problems, the elections, you look at the ways elections have been stolen in the past. Right. And for those who think that doesn't still happen. I mean, look, you mentioned ballot stuffing, right? Okay, just a couple of weeks ago. And this didn't get this got almost no media attention. It was the media that is like covering this. Just a couple of weeks ago, a former election official in Philadelphia, who was actually a staffer for a member of the city council and who was responsible for running at least three polling places in Philly. She was indicted by the acting U.S. attorney for stuffing ballot boxes in her three precincts with bogus votes. It's an old school fraud. Yes, and for those who think that was isolated, no, last year in May also in Philadelphia, another election official was charged with exactly the same thing. Stuffing the ballot box in multiple elections for multiple candidates, and he pleaded guilty to that, and guess who he says was paying him to do it. A democratic political consultant in Philadelphia, a former democratic congressman, who also was indicted by the feds. Now, that case has not yet found whether he's innocent or guilty, but the point of it is is that old fashioned old style ballot stuffing was clearly going on in Philadelphia as part of a conspiracy. It wasn't just one isolated example. So despite what we are told by the legacy mainstream media that voter fraud election fraud doesn't happen, there are prosecutions and convictions every year, are there not? Yes, there are. Across the nation. Yeah, look, we maintain a database at the heritage foundation. We just started a couple of years ago of proven voter fraud cases. We're constantly adding more cases to. We just added two more we're following. Probably a couple of dozen more of prosecutions across the country and look the key to this Sebastian as you probably know is that look, there may not be widespread fraud everywhere in America in every election. But there's enough that we need to be concerned about it, and where could it make the difference in close elections? Yes. That is the key to it. It closed election. Like New Jersey. Yes, right. Right. Or and again, to illustrate this, a month or so ago, the Los Angeles prosecutor indicted half a dozen individuals in Compton, California, including a member of the city council for ballot fraud, that city councilman who was indicted, won his election by one vote. Oh my gosh. We're talking to Hans bonds because you have the heritage foundation former federal election commissioner, the new book that gives you chapter on verse on the challenge to the United States is our broken elections, how the left changed the way you vote. A powerful, powerful subtitle. Follow him at H von spigot ski on Twitter. So we've discussed that there is preventative role that the states legislatures have to get out in front and make elections for fraud as hard as possible. Talk to us about the other side. The practice once an election is occurring because we saw the video of GOP polo observers being escorted out of the building as vote counting continued luggage was pulled from under tables with ballots in them on camera. And then we hear these attempts to do something in the courts and fill in elsewhere that were thrown out. GOP officials locked out of buildings. What is the culpability? What is the role of the party? So what is the job of the RNC? What is the job of the GOP once an election is occurring? And how badly was the ball dropped? Right. Look one of the most important things they can do is one actually supply folks to work in the polls. Because most states, Virginia is one, for example, they have a state law that says that election officials when they're filling up polling positions. So these people actually run the polls, are supposed to do as much as possible have bipartisan polled officials. They're supposed to hire both Republicans and Democrats. And there's always too few GOP. That's exactly right. And the other thing is important as you said is poll watchers. Look, as you well know, because of your international experience, the U.S. State Department, we send teams of observers. All over the world of fledgling democracies. That's why observer programs in the U.S. are so important. And one of the things that Texas did in its election reform Bill, the one that got such criticism, because of what you described of observers being thrown out of places like Philadelphia is they actually strengthened. The Texas law on observers to make it extremely difficult for election officials to throw and observer out. And that strengthening of that statute got horrendous criticism from democratic legislative. Why would you do that? Yes. This is the obvious question, or why would measures that make fraud more difficult to be a problem to any party? I don't care, you know what the symbol of the party is or.

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Sebastian and Hans Von Spakovsky Discuss Old School Ballot Fraud

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | 6 months ago

Sebastian and Hans Von Spakovsky Discuss Old School Ballot Fraud

"So let's look specifically hands. At what happened last year. And I'm not a former election commissioner. I'm not a lawyer, you served in the DOJ correct. There's a lot of so here's my layman's take and you tell me if it resonates. Conservatives are concerned. Justifiably aged because the incumbent president received more votes than any other incumbent president in history. And in four battleground states, the vote count was halted, and then the results reversed when the vote count was started again. So at least there are questions in four battleground states. For all the theories that have been developed since then, there are various baskets of theories. Some, rather ones, such as data farms in Germany, Venezuela, dominion, voting machines, memory sticks, algorithms, Wi-Fi access to electronic systems. My argument is a very simple one. If you know that the vote reversal occurred in places like Philadelphia in Atlanta, these are places that have, in some cases, Chicago, decades long history of fraught elections. And old school fraud is perhaps where we should start. The idea that ballot stuffing, filling out election ballots for people who aren't actually the person on the ballot. Does it make sense if you're looking to address these issues to follow the kiss principle and to stay with the keep it simple and start with that which we know, I mean, it's a joke, Philadelphia Chicago. These are box of jokes for decades. Before we get to these ideas of computers and algorithms, we have a lot of work to do with just very prosaic, do we not? Yeah, no, no, you've analyzed it exactly right. If you want to look at problems, the elections, you look at the ways elections have been stolen in the past. Right. And for those who think that doesn't still happen. I mean, look, you mentioned ballot stuffing, right? Okay, just a couple of weeks ago. And this didn't get this got almost no media attention. It was the media that is like covering this. Just a couple of weeks ago, a former election official in Philadelphia, who was actually a staffer for a member of the city council and who was responsible for running at least three polling places in Philly. She was indicted by the acting U.S. attorney for stuffing ballot boxes in her three precincts with bogus votes. It's an old school fraud. Yes, and for those who think that was isolated, no, last year in May also in Philadelphia, another election official was charged with exactly the same

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"hans von" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

09:00 min | 6 months ago

"hans von" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Welcome to France to America first one on one. I am going to risk everything right now. This may be the shortest one on one interview ever. In fact, we may not even have to do it because as you heard from that Montage, the 2016 election was fraught. According to one side of the aisle and the mainstream media with election fraud, everywhere you look there was election fraud. But then the self same voices said about the last election in 2020 that it was watertight. The most secure election ever. So it looks like in one election cycle we fixed everything. Seriously, let's look at the question of election integrity in America with our authority the man we always asked to discuss these issues with us senior legal fellow at the conservative mothership, the heritage foundation former federal election commissioner and manager of heritage's election law reform initiative has once McCarthy. Welcome to one on one. Sebastian thanks for having me. So have we fixed everything clearly if you ask the Democrats, it's all fixed, right? You know, they stole the last election conservatives, but now it's all fixed because what Biden won? Well, that apparently is their view, plus, if anyone raises any questions of any kind why then you're a crazy paranoid conspirator. No, look, we have problems throughout our election process. I mean, that's why John and I named the book are broken elections. And unfortunately, that accelerated last year because, as you know, progressive organizations used the COVID pandemic as an excuse to try to get all these election rules change, often right in the middle of the election as it was occurring. And the justifications for those rules were simply not there, COVID was just an excuse. And almost all of them were intended to basically break down get rid of the safety and security protocols that states have put in place. We'll talk about what happened in the last election. Let's start by setting the stage. Let's talk a little bit about you, your experience. Let's talk about the system that we have here in our republic because it is rather unique given the Electoral College and the way that presidents are chosen. Let's start at the beginning. Who's responsible for elections? Because right now we have these efforts such as HR one, which are clearly designed to try and federalize elections so that D.C. gets to control our elections are done. That's not what the founding fathers had in mind, correct? No. We have the most decentralized. Electric system of any western democracy. In fact, when I was on the federal election commission, we used to get foreign delegations, and they were always totally astonished when I told them that the FEC does not actually run. Elections in the country. The commission that you served on doesn't run elections and people say, well, hang on, that's not how we do it in our country. No, that's exactly right. As you're well know it's totally different in Europe. And here, the states run elections and actually in the states the day to today operations are run down at the county government level. That's where voter registration occurs. That's where they set up polling places and hire people to work in those polling places down at the county government level. So let's ask a layman's question if I may. When it comes to the running of elections, where is the locus of power? Who is the most important individual? Because last year's election clearly demonstrated that there's certain disagreements in various states as to whether governors can unilaterally say, oh, we don't need to verify signatures or whether it's a state Secretary of State or whether it is the legislative body. So I know every state is different because they have their own constitutions. But if you look at the original intent, where is the locus of election management in America? The locus of power is the state legislatures. But what you had last year when governors and Secretary of State and others were basically saying, well, we're just not going to comply with this state law. They were in essence, breaking the law. Yeah. And unfortunately, too many courts let them get away with it. That's why I mean one of the recommendations that John fund and I make in our book in the last chapter is changing those provisions to give members of the legislature standing to sue in court when. Election official, other government official decides not to comply with the law. So I want you to be my sounding board my son at the check because I've heard some very disturbing things from people who've worked these issues, people who've been constitutional lawyers. People like Jenna LS people like Phil Klein form attorney general of Kansas who have regaled me with numerous stories of going to state legislatures, going to state houses. And not necessarily finding malfeasance or just their rampant corruption. But finding ignorance finding state reps who really aren't aware that it is their body that runs elections and thinks think that governors can overwrite them or the DOJ can come in and rough ride roughshod. In your experience, is there an issue of education or an issue of actual constitutional knowledge? Well, that's a problem with all legislators with the state or federal level. But look, what I will say is the questions about last year's election and the frustrations over last year's election actually led to a positive development. The positive development was that it made a lot of state legislators, finally aware. Of the problems that John Fonda, I've been talking about for years. And that's why you had states like Florida, Georgia, Texas, Arizona and others, they actually passed pretty good election reform. Since the election. Yeah, they did it in the first quarter of this year. And remember, those election reform bills that they passed, places like George and Texas, came under tremendous, unfair, criticism from the laugh to me Joe Biden and others saying they were engaging in Jim Crow. No, they actually passed some good reforms to fix. Some of the holes in the system that we currently have. So they finally understood. This is a problem we gotta do something about it. We're talking to Hans von perkowski, who is co author of a brand new book R open elections. You can get it right now. Follow hands on Twitter at H von spiky. That's SBA. Your reaction, you know, you've mentioned these positive developments since November. Your reaction to the highest court in the land, saying to Texas and 17 other states, sorry, it's irrelevant your request for us to look at issues in the last election. You have no standing. How is that possible? Because the president of America is also the president of Texas, I presume. No, I think that was a major substantive mistake. By the Supreme Court. I think the idea that a particular state or in this case, a large group of states. Don't have standing if the laws governing elections are not followed, in other states, to the point where it could change the outcome of election. I think that was just wrong. And unfortunately, I believe that the justices on the court has happened with so many other judges across the country in both the federal courts and state courts of wanted to avoid the political hot potato. Of actually looking at the substantive issues involved, and that's why, as you know, all the cases that were filed. None of them actually got to the point of having a hearing looking at the actual evidence all of them were dismissed on procedural grounds. No, no standing. You filed too late, and I think judges didn't want to avoid getting into this very big political scene, and so they said, well, what excuse can we use to get rid of this case? Which means there's no recourse. The judicial branch, which is meant to actually make decisions on these issues, basically renege its responsibility. Yeah, they did, although I think there are ways to remedy some of that. And one of them, as I said, is getting rid. I remember the excuse almost all the judges judges used was no standing. Yeah. Well, that can be fixed easily with the statute. Right..

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'Our Broken Elections' Author Hans Von Spakovsky on the Problems Throughout America's Election Process

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:25 min | 6 months ago

'Our Broken Elections' Author Hans Von Spakovsky on the Problems Throughout America's Election Process

"Seriously, let's look at the question of election integrity in America with our authority the man we always asked to discuss these issues with us senior legal fellow at the conservative mothership, the heritage foundation former federal election commissioner and manager of heritage's election law reform initiative has once McCarthy. Welcome to one on one. Sebastian thanks for having me. So have we fixed everything clearly if you ask the Democrats, it's all fixed, right? You know, they stole the last election conservatives, but now it's all fixed because what Biden won? Well, that apparently is their view, plus, if anyone raises any questions of any kind why then you're a crazy paranoid conspirator. No, look, we have problems throughout our election process. I mean, that's why John and I named the book are broken elections. And unfortunately, that accelerated last year because, as you know, progressive organizations used the COVID pandemic as an excuse to try to get all these election rules change, often right in the middle of the election as it was occurring. And the justifications for those rules were simply not there, COVID was just an excuse. And almost all of them were intended to basically break down get rid of the safety and security protocols that states have put in

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The Daily Signal Exposes Marc Elias as a Curse to the McAuliffe Campaign

Mark Levin

01:01 min | 7 months ago

The Daily Signal Exposes Marc Elias as a Curse to the McAuliffe Campaign

"So I should point that out We'll keep an eye on him a mark Elias I think I've talked about him more than anybody else Let me just point out That this is from the daily signal Laura Mark Elias has in some ways been the Democrats Forrest Gump of election controversy showing up in the most high profile election cases of the past two decades His involvement spans the improbable Senate victory at comedian Al Franken in O 8 to litigation both before and after the 2020 election The law is reputation may have been the reason a spokesperson from Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry mcauliffe suggested the campaign try to kill quote unquote a Fox News story that the campaign paid 53 grand a higher Elias I would suspect the reason they wanted to kill the stories that Mark Elias clients are often candidates that lost elections And all candidate wants to give the impression they're worried about losing said our friend Hans von cops key to the daily

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"hans von" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"hans von" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Hans von Spakovsky election expert. You see the GOP going to all these states and suing and trying to stop some of these extensions changes that the Democrats have put in and they fought for and won, yet they keep getting turned down. By these judges who seemed to be the end all and be all who could just say Yeah, we're gonna change this election law. We're going to grant this change to an election law. I'm I'm confused on that because I always thought that it was up to the state legislators to make the law, not a judge. What? You're absolutely right. And these judges, frankly, are acting in a partisan man or far outside their authority and probably looked the best example. This is Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania. The state Supreme Court just extended the deadline for the receipt of absentee ballots from election E to several days after the election and Unbelievably, they said to election officials, by the way, if a ballot comes in after the election, you have to accept it, even if there's no postmark on it to show that it was actually voted by the end of election Day. So what does that mean? That means people can wait till after Election Day. See how the results are coming? And then cast their ballot. And what's that going to lead to vote? Harvesters going through neighborhoods defined? Absolutely 1000 people who didn't actually vote so they now can collect him get the ballots for there may be losing candidate and then delivered, But the point here is the state Legislature. If they wanted to do that they could. The U. S Constitution gives the Legislature's the power to set the rules for elections. Not that not judges, not the course and this court. Is a very biased courted 52 Democratic majority, and they are clearly acting in a way that they think will benefit their political party. Far outside the law. It's insane. I mean, why have rules in the first place if you're just going to ignore them? And why are so many Democrats not saying What, For instance, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbert is like the on Ly one, saying she thinks that vote harvesting is horrendous. She's tryingto outlawed. She's a bipartisan bill with a Republican congressman. She's trying to push you wants to Ban vote harvesting nationwide deprive states of funding if they allow vote harvesting ballot harvesting. Yet Democrats are mostly mom on that question. Well, she's being honest. She's recognizing that this is a way of stealing, valid and a way of like in the Minnesota cage, coercing and pressuring voters, and unfortunately there's too many political consultants around working for her party who think this is a great idea? They're willing to do anything to win. I have just two quick questions. A quick follow up on the last question about the state legislators. Why can't those state legislatures say Wait a minute? You can't do this. Why do they allow? Why did they allowed thes judges to take their power number one, and why don't Republicans harvest balance where Democrats do if that's the game? I think Republicans that they just haven't caught up with what the Democrats are doing with this. And in fact, in Pennsylvania, my understanding is that the legislators are trying to do something about it. They're filing an emergency appeal with Okay. United States Supreme Court override their state Supreme Court. Okay. Gotcha. Thank you. And the Republican Party of that state has joined in on that lawsuit as well. So we'll see what kind of success they have at this moment, Hans, If you take the temperature of this election, you know, One of the things that we've seen in recent weeks is that you know, whatever Whatever desires, Democratic operatives may have to commit voter fraud. There is some panic setting in the Democrat party. Lately about the fact that so many of their voters are turning to mail in ballots because of the rejection rates among those guys. We saw Axios reporting that Democrats are now beginning to push their own voters to actually vote. In person. I think that's a positive development for the integrity of our system. What do you think? Oh, no, I I agree, and and they made a huge mistake We've known for years of the rejection rate for absentee ballots is higher than what he wrote in person. Because, you know, people make mistakes. The Post office forgets to post markets and to show you how big of promises you know. You mentioned Pennsylvania, right? The margin there was only about 40,000 votes in the last election in the New York primary, 23rd Over 80,000 votes. Absentee ballots in New York City alone were rejected by election officials were not complying with state law requirements. That is a huge number and We don't want that kind of disenfranchisement rate among voters. I don't care if they're Republicans or Democrats. Let's play this out. Gamed this out to 2 November and we know that state's going to be. Some states will be counting ballots two weeks up after the election, So we're not goingto have AH, quote unquote winner until you know before just before Thanksgiving on it. It's going to prom. Most likely be contested. Let's say it is, are the Republicans because I think That you're going to see Joe Biden win by all these ballots that are quote unquote found. How did the Republicans prove that these are fraudulent? And if they can prove that there are ballots that are fraudulent? Does that give some kind of case How is this litigated? Well, the litigation could be quite extensive. And I think I think the litigation you're going to see is probably if, for example, Biden is losing in particular state. I think you're going to see them file litigation. Life was again was filed in New York after their primary in which they were contesting so many ballots being rejected, and they're going to be urging the court to say Hey, You've got to count these ballots even if they didn't comply with state law. I'm thinking on the other side for the Republicans trying to say, you know, these are these are fraudulent. This is that this is that there's no way they can come find every fraudulent ballot. So in a way, this is a no lose operation for the Democrats. Well, yeah, it is extremely difficult to find this kind of thing again. Just go back to Minnesota. It took undercover video to to show us what's been going on their election officials there didn't discover this. The candidates apparently didn't who lost to her? Didn't discover it and make a big deal about it. Took undercover video to find it. Yeah, I'm gonna be the litigation of over those rejected ballots that determines so much about the outcome of the future of this country. Thank you, Hans von Spakovsky. Good to have you as always. Thank you. For your insight. Thanks for having me at 7 23 now and the small one of the few sources of truth. And today, one of 5.9. W E. L quite remarkable. Washington comes to talk. You know, I had one of the world's greatest car buying experiences at select auto imports in Alexandria..

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"hans von" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"hans von" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"On Friday on Mary Walter here with Hans von, Who's sitting in the seat. Corbin's colonies hunts Did you get to see any of the president's speech and the fireworks at Mount Rushmore? I did, and I thought it was great and thank goodness. Someone among the political leadership of this country is actually standing up for the great achievement that we've had and in the history of this country because not a lot of other folks were doing that. No, and it's amazing and we touched. On this a little bit with Jody Jennifer in the last half hour is I really thought that the president was going to teach the Republican side If I give them the clearance like I'm doing, it's OK to do it. You can fight and you'll still get re elected. That's the most important thing in the world to them is getting reelected. You'll still get re elected if you fight And it just the message has not gotten through Lindsey Graham, not a fighter. I think Lindsay Graham is all yak. No shack, you know, all show? No. Go. That guy. You know, he talks a good game, but that's about as far as it goes with Lindsey Graham. Sorry. I like you, dude. But you gotta get of walk The walk, not just talk the talk, so I'm not a huge, huge fan. But the the Republicans are saying they'll say the right thing. They'll give lip service to it. But they don't actually do anything was President Trump is out there fighting the battle all by himself. Elf, and I look at these Republicans and like if you would fight just a little bit. The president is a really good chance of getting re elected, and you know it, so will you, But they haven't bought up until this point. They keep getting reelected, so they're going to go with what's safe and what works. Because this way then they don't have to worry. And as long as they get reelected, so they don't care If Trump gets reelected or not, As long as they get reelected, they still get the pages. They still get the you know the lobbyists coming around with all sorts of goodies. We looked totally apart from the from the election. I think they need to realize that the overwhelming majority of the American public is They're proud of being Americans. They want to preserve and learn from our history. Yes, we're not a perfect nation. But we have been pushing this country from where it started to being the great Democratic Republic that we are today. One where Everybody in this country. Has the opportunity to succeed and all these claims of systemic races all that that is that is just so not true of the great opportunities that exist in this country for those who are willing to work hard. And achieve. You know what? They're what they want to and more folks need to be standing up. And speaking against Antifa and the looters and pillagers and destroyers. Of American Monument since and statues and the president. Actually, this has cut 11 Jeff the president talked about that about the destruction of our history and our heritage. No movement that seeks to dismantle these treasured American legacies can possibly have A love of America at its heart can't happen. No person who remains quiet at the destruction of this resplendent heritage. Could possibly lead us to a better future. The radical ideology attacking our country advances under the banner of social justice, but in truth, it would demolish both justice and society. It would transform justice into an instrument of division and vengeance, and it would turn our free and inclusive society into a place of repression. Domination and exclusion. They want to silence. We will not be silenced,.

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The Light of the Holy Spirit - an excerpt from Christian Meditation

Balthasar: Beauty, Goodness, Truth

01:15 min | 2 years ago

The Light of the Holy Spirit - an excerpt from Christian Meditation

"An excerpt from the writings of Hans von Balthasar 's. Christian Meditation. Here, the close parallel between word and sacrament makes itself felt. It would be wrong to attribute the spirit's work of making presence solely to the sacraments, and not also to the word of the Gospel, which as we have seen embraces the Lord's deeds, sufferings and resurrection as well as his words. Origin very strongly emphasized this in. The texts in which the Prophet Ezekiel and the senior of the apocalypse are commanded to eat the word in the form of a scroll. This father of the Church knows that the word is the true food of the spirit, and what could be more nourishing for the soul than the word. Just as material, bread is assumed into the nourished body and is transformed into substance so to the living bread. Come down from heaven. God's Word is assumed into the spirit and soul, and imparts its own strength to anyone who offers himself to receive his food.

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The Light of the Holy Spirit: an excerpt from Christian Meditation

Balthasar: Beauty, Goodness, Truth

01:15 min | 2 years ago

The Light of the Holy Spirit: an excerpt from Christian Meditation

"An excerpt from the writings of Hans von Balthasar 's. Christian Meditation. Here, the close parallel between word and sacrament makes itself felt. It would be wrong to attribute the spirit's work of making presence solely to the sacraments, and not also to the word of the Gospel, which as we have seen embraces the Lord's deeds, sufferings and resurrection as well as his words. Origin very strongly emphasized this in. The texts in which the Prophet Ezekiel and the senior of the apocalypse are commanded to eat the word in the form of a scroll. This father of the Church knows that the word is the true food of the spirit, and what could be more nourishing for the soul than the word. Just as material, bread is assumed into the nourished body and is transformed into substance so to the living bread. Come down from heaven. God's Word is assumed into the spirit and soul, and imparts its own strength to anyone who offers himself to receive his

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"hans von" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"hans von" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back to the M. five fell we are joined now by Hans von Spakovsky enhance your an expert in a number of things but one of them is voter fraud and that's a voter fraud interesting topic because half the country's really upset about it really concerned and concerned about the other half of the countries in favor of it so you know that's kind of the that's kind of the dichotomy as I see it hi it's one of the things going on right now is this movement toward voting by mail and a lot of people those on the left side of the spectrum are saying it's too dangerous to go to the polls because of the cold virus and we got to have everybody voting by mail and and a lot of people are concerned that this opens up a huge possibility for voter fraud is is is that right it does and and I think it's a push that is both unwise and unnecessary okay quickly why look nobody disputes we need absentee ballots right we we you know for people who are sick or too physically disabled against the falls we certainly need him for our military personnel who oversee bite the problem with them is that they are the most vulnerable ballots when it comes to everything from being stolen to intimidation and pressure being put on voters in their homes to the vagaries of the of the postal system and the reason of course all this is that what you've got now election officials supervising what's happening at all and I can cite you case after case after case involving absentee ballot fraud in which everything happened from folks ballots being stolen out of the mail to boat harvesters third party showing up on people's doors and doing everything from filling out their ballots for them to taking their ballot changing at sometimes forging signatures or putting it in a pressure and intimidation of the voters to do it and then add on top of that the fact that look at the you know in general the US postal service does a pretty good job but they handle a lot of mail and think about all the mail be gets misdirected all the time I'm sure there's not a a listener to the show but hasn't had mail list delivered to their house it is meant for somebody else so do you really want to hear your balance over to the US postal service and hope that it gets delivered looking to Wisconsin primary April seventh I just this year they could have a lot of people a vote by mail you can easily do it by the story of how they found tubs full of absentee ballots in a mail processing facility after the election they're not been delivered and that's the kind of problems you you you're faced with that hi Sonny staffie there because there's one thing I don't I don't really understand about vote by mail and that is how do people get the balance if you don't go to the polls you know I do do they mail out these ballots with the idea that the voters will then mail them back is that how it works yes and that is what the second part of the problem forty five states and DC have absentee ballots got it five stages surged over to all mail ballot Oregon Washington being prime examples of and what they do in Oregon for example is basically mail absentee ballots to every single registered voters what not a problem with that is thank you John you know I know this ready Lois are in horrible shape cherub all the terrible thousands of those people are dead many of them have moved I mean it is the surcharge are terrible so think about something ballots are very valuable commodity think about ballots arriving in neighborhoods at people's homes with people who used to live there are people who died and then think about well hopefully most people will throw those away by other folks might be tempted to vote them plus boat harvesters again a third party report the candidate's party may go through neighborhoods collecting those ballots I actually pulled the numbers on Oregon or Oregon all mail ballots the twenty eighteen Alexion the state officially listed that over a hundred and seventy thousand of the ballots today they'll be out on deliverable afterwards they came back from the postal service nobody lives at that address there were over eight hundred and seventy thousand ballots in Oregon they're listed as I'm now that means unaccounted for their names election officials put them in the mail to send election officials and then never heard another word about now maybe the voters got Emma decided they just didn't want to vote but the point is we don't know what happened to I see that just thirty seconds here how big a threat is this how many states do you think are going to implement this a vote by mail scheme well unfortunately a number of states already setting to do it like California but outlook again Wisconsin April seventh three hundred thousand people voted in person all the safety protocols saying things that we have in our grocery stores and drugstores you got to and there's already reports.

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"hans von" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"hans von" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"What I show we have here sitting in the seat for Vince colonies today is Hans von Spakovsky hunts good morning good good morning merry at all I'm not actually sitting in his his state right thank that's been the going jokers like I'm really not Vince's basement or Vince's attic or every broke as well I'm in my own home all right so the president yesterday Hans I his team was arguing a day about these these subpoenas to get the presidents of tax returns you have us iris Vance junior working for the southern New York I guess is the Manhattan district they're trying to get his tax returns you have OB the house trying to get his tax returns as well two separate cases and they're arguing could be somewhat two different things you do have the DOJ are helping them out this time around which is which is different from I I guess in the past there's is actually three cases that were argued yesterday of the trump team has sought to prevent these in these subpoenas from being enforced that were issued not directly to him but to his accounting firm you'll you'll hear mais ours that's his accounting firm and to banks Deutsche Bank and Capital One for financial records including tax returns now it's got to the Supreme Court because because lower courts in Washington and New York ruled against the president in all three of those cases are the rulings are likely within weeks now he has declined to a we as we know releases tax returns jihad some ruling likely coming in just a couple weeks in the Supreme Court not just to give you an idea in nineteen ninety seven the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that sitting presidents could be sued for conduct outside of official duties the bill Clinton case with Paula Jones that was that it was a win there for her and in ninety seven it unanimously ruled that Nixon had to comply with court subpoenas for the tape recordings of the Watergate scandal NET two of trump's cases concern his effort to block enforcement of subpoenas by the house our house committees that are seeking his financial records from may's ours and both Deutsche Bank in capital one the other case concerns a subpoena issued to may's ours for similar information including tax returns as part of a grand jury investigation into trump is being conducted by the Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior the New York criminal investigation comes out of the whole thing with Avenatti and stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal and these alleged payments of hush money which we know and correct me if I'm wrong here house but when you if you signed a non disclosure agreements are very common I if you fall in a casino somewhere you fall in a restaurant you slip and fall a lot of times will settle out of court they'll say okay fine will pay you a hundred fifty thousand dollars for your suffering in your injuries but you're not allowed to talk about this because they don't want everybody and his brother to know that you can slip inside of you know Bob's restaurant and they'll pay a hundred fifty thousand dollars so they they put a gag order on the person so you can't discuss it is it am I right that's normal yeah look look I actually listen to the oral arguments yesterday before the U. S. Supreme Court I don't people realize but you know they just like everybody else nobody's making health out of the courtroom there so the arguments are being done over the internet remotely and you can actually listen live something you've never been able to do before Silas the argument yesterday and I frankly don't think that the lawyer for the house of representatives did a very good job what what people need to understand about this and and this is this is what was debated discussed yesterday was yeah look committees in Congress have broad oversight authority but it isn't completely open there has to be a legislative purpose behind any investigation and if they were really unable to a justify or or come up with a real legislative purpose in all these house committees trying to get all of the president's financial records I mean it's pretty clear that what was going on is they just want these financial records because they want to find what they can to expose and there's a lot of cash yesterday about they can engage in exposure just for the sake of exposure interesting all right well what let's let's talk more about this because we do have some of that since you listen to to the to the hearings yesterday you probably have a lot more information that you like to share with us including some of the questions maybe that were asked by some of the justices and I coming up we also have in exchange for you between J. secular secular and a leg Elena Kagan for everyone to listen to for those of us who did not sit and listen to the arguments yesterday but I'm.

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"hans von" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"hans von" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All right now enter the pin out of the looking good at New York Avenue in down the accident of Bladensburg road blocks one right lane in the way from South Dakota Avenue garage door repair dot com the WMAL stormwatch seven forecast scattered showers warm and breezy on this Friday high temperatures near the eighty degree mark for the first time this year showers will be likely tonight as well it will be cooler lows back into the forties tomorrow morning clouds afternoon sunshine behind the cold front it will be cooler tomorrow highs in the mid fifties I'm eighty seven meteorologist Alex look at Mr watch seven weather center right now it is fifty eight in Springfield fifty do and Frederick sixty one at Reagan national I'm John Matthews on one oh five point nine FM Washington's mall WMAL Washington mornings thirty seven on Friday morning it all week joining us in half an hour Hans von Spakovsky will talk to him about the corona virus on mail in ballots what stating support about mailing your ballot is that a good idea at seven thirty five station landing guns will join us to discuss the rise of gun sales Dr oz's with us at eight OO five Americans and handing over corona virus and a thirty five Kevin Lewis and W. J. O. A. will join us we'll talk about what's happening locally regarding nineteen a merry Walter with his calling yeah you mentioned that coming up we'll talk to Steve Schneider from Atlanta guns at seven thirty five and I'm I'm looking for that conversation because I want to find out what kind of people are actually showing up at his gun shop you know who's actually buying these guns a lot of first time gun buyers showing up during.

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"hans von" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:23 min | 2 years ago

"hans von" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Here with Hans von because he's been so kind to spend the morning with me Hans I I I use door you think it's so much for doing that I really appreciate it where are you you're welcome there is our final hour before we all head off to feed our Turkey yes it is and hopefully watch the Macy's thanksgiving day parade as of seven forty this morning of New York City officials still have not made a decision yet regarding the large balloons in the parade with it will have to fly lower whether they'll be allowed to fly at all there so they said this decision is due down to right before the celebrations start so one hour from now that is that is when they're going to make that decision so keep an eye on it we're trying to get an update for you hopefully by the end of the show will know because that will be nine o'clock so hopefully we'll get into a ruling on that soon but based on the wins I'm going to go with the no I I can't imagine that they're going to fly them but I'm not a professional balloon so I don't know alright joining us now J. Christian Adams who by the way in addition to being the present general counsel of the public interest legal foundation the founder of the election law center and he served from five to twenty ten of the voting section of the United States department of justice he is a professional balloon and so he can probably answer that question for faith Christian warning wow I've I've got a lot of introduction I've never I've never been left speechless by what you listen with your credentials I thought haunts knew everything I think you are Rincon's in the knowing everything apartment so I expect people like you to be able to answer these questions right well I I suspect they will not be able to to balloon today I'm gonna I I absolutely concur and since I am a super genius then I think we're right let's move on to something a little bit more series and something that I think a lot of people are starting to talk about as we get closer to the election it is something that I have said in people of looked at me like I'm crazy or a conspiracy theorist I don't trust the results of the elections period and the story I haven't trusted them for a while I think there is a lot of room for shenanigans and I don't like it I think there's a lot of room for shenanigans on local levels you constantly see stories or pick people take videos inside the voting booth where they try to vote for a Republican and it automatically switches to Democrats and they keep trying to both Republican and it's which is Democrats and whenever these things happen it's always Democrat to Republican and we're always told that it's just a glitch in the system I find it hard to believe that these are all just glitches and that they all happen it just clicks the same way it's really weird so what's going on what are the concerns for twenty twenty well you know the machines are not so much the problem as much as a broken system of elections you remember the president two thousand with the cited by five hundred and thirty seven votes basically just in Palm Beach county Florida and we took a very hard look at the public interest legal foundation at Palm Beach county Florida over the last couple of months and you want to believe that the the sorts of problems we found there that you know you two twenty nine or nineteen years after an election like that you still have problems in the election just one county in one state he he county right and and I mean that if things are still so bad in Palm Beach county even after the two thousand election that christened it didn't the governor run move he Alexian director at the beginning of the year for incompetence right and it is it for incompetence of the governor of Florida Rhonda Stannis removed somebody named Booker B. U. C. H. E. R. and replaced it with somebody named windy link and we've been reeling deep into their records over the last five months of really found some startling conclusions that Palm Beach county elections remain a map they remain a mess in fact we found more votes there were bad votes of people who were dead to people who lived in and voted twice in multiple states things like that we found more votes in Palm Beach county then the margin of victory in two thousand so so this includes people who were illegally registered in more than one state and voted basically in more than one state really write their numbers let me share some these are people registered in Palm Beach county and other states and by the way the other states we looked at were only New York Pennsylvania and Rhode Island only three states there were twenty thousand people registered multiple states of those of those two hundred and twenty five cast ballots in both states there are there were two thousand two hundred dead registrants and of those a hundred and thirty nine cast ballots the result is sixty eight admitted non citizens who voted there was four hundred and thirteen people who were registered twice Johnston Palm Beach county alone no these are insane numbers and so my quite I've got to have some questions for you because if this comes up every four years and it never seems to get better first of all making sure that the voting rolls are comply with with you know state records such as there's not you weed out all the dead people every year because I think family members forget to do that I got it on it things like Gee if someone comes up and they want to vote in somebody's name and you know that person is not on the list I have a question for you but why is this so difficult this doesn't seem like a hard job to me well I'll tell you part of what's going on you have some people out there who would like to work at the Brennan center for justice in New York City who care very little about having clean voter rolls their attitude is who cares if all these people you know all this takes place all this fraud and and double voting because what what the alternative business to disenfranchise people they think it's a zero sum game and so that's important because nothing gets done in a lot of places because those election officials listens of the Brennan center and not Han's that's part of the problem we tell me who those people are because I know a guy well yeah and and outlook that attitude unfortunately of people left is demonstrated by I'm sure people in Maryland probably remember that I think we just two thousand twelve quite have the democratic a democratic congressional candidate named Wendy rose and I think she actually won the democratic primary she was forced out of the race when opposition research discovered that she was not only registered in Maryland and Florida the state we're talking about but had illegally okay it states in multiple actions but you know that the key point that story as it wasn't discovered by election officials it was discovered by opposition researchers if she hadn't run for office she probably could have gotten away with illegally illegal double voting for years well that's exactly right in that we have found an interesting phenomenon our data research by the way this is the first time that anybody's really looked at this kind of stuff this is five six years ago nobody was doing this kind of work where you're looking at voter rolls and looking for patterns of fraudulent voting we found an interesting phenomena merry were husband and wife teams are double voting right a married couple in Connecticut who also was registered in North Carolina their double voting and that's how you know that these are real people this isn't like you have the wrong John Smith I mean this is there are husband and wife teams voting twice for president added states now one big question is why is the federal government not egg not enforce the law yeah which prohibits double voting in federal elections that's a great question that unfortunately we know the answer when it comes to Eric holder but I'd like to know why the current justice department hasn't been doing anything yeah the the and they're just so many questions that I have for you on this and I think it is as we get into this more as we get into the election cycle more does very quickly in in thirty seconds here because Luke is gonna kill me is it in my right when I see most of these these mistakes are happening to benefit the Democrats well for my paranoid about this because public interest legal foundations of charity but in Allegheny county we've done a lot of problems in Pittsburgh and by virtue of fact as a Democrat area the answers just yes yeah I don't know I'm not I just want facts and not looking for a for you to say something to make me happy I'm I'm just at that because that's the the impression that I get and people say our how you can't prove that you don't know and and it's so I just wanted to me to make sure that all right I'm a little crazy that's fine as long as an awful long crazy I'll take it I'd could J. Christian Adams thank you so much for joining us especially on this this holiday have a fantastic blessed thanksgiving we appreciate it you too thanks all it is now you fifteen the W. I. mail traffic.

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"hans von" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"hans von" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Patrick thaws tens of thousands upon of mostly in black jammed. The city's streets of Sunday. Batting an end to a proposed extradition Bill and the resignation of the city's top leader. Civil human rights front activist body. Luang says that protesters should keep up the pressure on the Hong Kong government until it withdraws the legislation entirely all the individuals chambers of commerce work has students who have any related to Hong Kong. You must keep on signing about education and keep voicing out not only for the sake of Hong Kong people, but also for your own sake pro-democracy to this for to allow some suspects to be set for trial in mainland Chinese courts which the legislation provides more than one hundred rallies were held around the country. Saturday calling for the impeachment of President Trump Heritage Foundation scholar. Hans von spouse, keep tells the radio the move to impeach is a misuse of the gospel, Titians impeachment provision by those who oppose the president's policies think they can use the impeachment process to basically upset the two thousand sixteen election. He calls the tune of the president of real threat to our democracy. Former Republican congressman Chevy says President Trump is using the threat of terrorist to address issues being ignored by congress, president turns around and says, I'm going to, you know, do something, and it's going to make Mexico blink. And they did. And, and again, this is why I still travel the state of Ohio people support this president. He says he's not comfortable with tariff threats. But that the president is affectively using that tool. A rights group has urged the Pakistani government, not to execute a prisoner with clear symptoms of mental illness, scheduled to be hanged in two days. More of these stories at townhall dot com. Across america..

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China central bank says cannot refuse, discriminate against cash payments

Bill Cunningham

02:03 min | 4 years ago

China central bank says cannot refuse, discriminate against cash payments

"Unions forging ahead after the supreme court deals a large blow in a recent ruling you leaders to make their voices heard now more than ever after the supreme court's decision to not force nonmembers to pay public sector union fees the courts conservative majority decided union contract negotiations were linked with political activities a decision af afdc president randi weingarten calls manipulation of the constitution so let's make no mistake about it this was a an access special attack on us critic hans von spas vosges says the decision offers workers more choices moving forward this was a great upholding a first amendment right the right not to be forced union leaders and speakers encourage members to stay involved and keep their eyes set on the fall election in pittsburgh tie kirkland fox news morning in massachusetts after a police officer is killed a massachusetts police officer as well as an elderly woman both killed michael chasma of the weymouth police was responding to a car accident investigators say a lobes fled the scene and proceeded vandalizing nearby house officer chestnut pulled out his firearm and demanded loaf stop norfolk county district attorney greg connor says that's when the officer was attacked with iraq striking him in the head officer chesnut fell to the ground lopes then accused of taking chesney gun and fatally shooting him with it he reportedly fired several rounds also killing it on identified woman is stray bullets sprayed her home he's now in police custody tom graham fox news china's economic growth slowed to six point seven percent for the second quarter down from six point eight adding to challenges for beijing with the mounting tariff battle the decline was expected after beijing tightened controls on bank lending last year to cool surging debt forecasters say without sediment the tariff war between the us and china could weigh on activity i'm an character fox news radio from the florida central credit union home loans.

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Ten-month old puppy dies in overhead bin on United flight

Mornings On the Mall with Brian Wilson

02:09 min | 4 years ago

Ten-month old puppy dies in overhead bin on United flight

"And am six thirty washington's mall w on aol now washington mornings on the mall am six thirty good morning coming up on mornings on the mall hans von spaghetti is going to be here since six thirty this morning talk about whether or not you should mark whether you're a citizen on the census felt like that's common sense but at seven oh five dr brickland is gonna be here he's a clinical psychologist we're going to chat about our students in our schools and what's driving some of them to the chaos that we've seen seven thirty five steve moore and economists and friend larry cudlow who has got a new job at the white house eight oh five bone steal from the washington post march madness boom and tom fitna beer at eight thirty five from judicial watch on andrew mccabe so much to talk about i'm vince ghana is longtime mary walter fly with me let's way can you with a pet with a family member that has for you might wanna rethink flying you might wanna drive if you can i don't know take a slow boat something along those lines so so to recap we know that united airlines had an incident with a puppy at ten month old puppy that was flying with the family in an airline approved case hope carrier and the carrier under they allegedly put the carrier under the seat in front of them and the people who are around them corroborate their story a long story short these stewardess or flight attendant to be politically correct insisted that they put the carrier in the overhead bin and it kept saying there's a dog in the carrier and she said has to go in the overhead bin it's blocking the aisle goes in there a dog's whining through through for a couple of hours the dog calms down they they land they take the crate down and the dog is dead the puppies debt ten month old puppy was an english pub and they say they have problem breathe but apparently there's not a whole lot of air up there in the in the.

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