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America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Senator J.D. Vance Gives Us the Latest Out of Ohio
"Vance senator Vance, welcome back to Merck first. Thank you, Seth, how are you? Good, good, good, good. I wanted to play the clip we've been playing a view drawing that little stick through the crick and then seeing all those pollutants well up. Can you tell us what the latest is from east Palestine and how our Ohio, ohioans doing without the meaningful assistance from this administration. Yeah, well, a couple of big updates. So first of all, they still have not fully cleaned up the contaminated site. So you think about what's causing those chemicals in the water. It's the leaching from the soil, the soil is still contaminated, and they haven't cleaned it up. This is the second thing, of course, the Biden administration continues to largely be MIA, especially the Department of Transportation. The EPA has spent a little bit more time in east palestin. I've actually been happy about that, but everybody else seems to be ignoring these guys. Why is the president not going? If president Trump can take the time, why does Biden not go? Well, by the way, president Trump coming, I think, actually really forced the Biden administration to do more than they were doing at the time. So any action we've seen from them, we've seen in the last week since that visit from president Trump. Look, I think Biden thinks these people aren't his voters. He doesn't care about them. It's really that simple. I think the Democrats see American politics in a friend versus enemy kind of way. They didn't vote for him, so he's not going to pay him any attention. It's disgusting, but that's the way that he sees it.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Caller Judy Wants 'Policy, Not Politics' From Trump in 2024
"Back to your calls. Let's go to Judy in Brooklyn, line two. I think my voice is going to be as deep as Dan because I'm getting a cold, but let me tell you, governor de establishment, Jeff nailed it. I loved it. He is once. You didn't tell Jeff, did you? I sure did. He deserves it. Come on, come on. Really? It wasn't like mean it wasn't like it was perfect and to illustrate how perfect it is, listen to this. I heard this earlier today, I got to share with you what's his name, governor establishment, had a book signing in Florida over there. And guess what? Anyone who wore a Trump shirt or something with something. They did not allow in. Yes. I know. I guess we're on desantis doesn't like fellow conservatives. Well, could you establishment, remember? That was perfect. I remember don't eat courage, Jeff. I got a T-shirt for you if you want to hear. Go ahead. Here we go. Policy, not politics, and underneath Trump 2024. I love it. I love it nicely, John. I'm
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Why Is Biden Afraid of East Palestine? Lord Conrad Black Explains
"I'd like to talk about your piece on Ukraine and The Epoch Times. But as I look at the coverage on television right now, there are interviewing a resident of east Palestine on why Biden hasn't visited yet. And president Trump has visited, even before the transportation secretary, you've written books on president Trump and prior presidents, such as Roosevelt and Nixon, I'm sure they probably would have visited by now. What does it say? Is it an out of touch Ness? What is your analysis that more than three weeks in? The current chief executive hasn't gone to the side of this awful calamity. It's terribly hard to explain Sebastian. And he appears to be averse to going to any domestic setting that is unsatisfactory from his political standpoint. I mean, it has become, I think, a virtual national outrage that he has only made one visit anywhere near the southern border. Which he has turned into a sieve through which millions of past without documentation. And including a carrying amongst them, not every one of them, obviously, but amongst them, literally tons, tons of fentanyl. And he made one peremptory visit to an area that wasn't heavily traveled by illegal migrants and stayed for a few hours, and that was it. And he seems to have an aversion to visiting a scene that is unfortunate in itself. And potentially are actually politically problematical for him.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Lord Conrad Black on Jeb Bush's Endorsement(?) of Ron DeSantis
"Perhaps we can start with this. A scion of one of the two political one of the two most powerful political dynasties in America, the Bush family. Jeb Bush made this endorsement at the weekend of president Trump's challenge at cut ten. Is this Ron DeSantis opportunity to run for higher office? I think it is. He's been a really effective governor. He's young. I think we're on the verge of a generational change in our politics. What kind of hope so I think it's time for a more forward leaning future oriented conversation in our politics as well. That was quite a hagiographic little interview with Jeb Bush, where he said, yes, yes, we need a new generation. Fascinatingly, lord black, early this morning, political, which is slightly beneath the gutter. Politico published the story that they had been emailed by the former governor Jeb Bush, who not quite a full retraction but stated, I did not endorse Ron DeSantis. I merely praised him. That reminds me of Mark Antony's speech at Caesar's burial. Isn't this peculiar presidential politics? I wouldn't want to mind read chip bush, but in fairness to him, I'd say two things. And look, he had a bruising battle and a completely unsuccessful battle with Donald Trump in 2016 for the Republican nomination. Anyone who followed it remembers what a shambles and a wreckage Trump made of the previously favored Jeb Bush campaign. He was thought by many to be the FrontRunner. And he was demolished. And he certainly vividly remembers the extreme antagonism of candidate Trump to the George W. Bush presidency, especially the Iraq War. I think it's fair to say president Trump's been generally much more respectful of the former prison bush, Jeb bush father. So he has that and I mean, whether one agrees with the Trump view or the bush view, I think we can all understand why Jeb Bush has his reservations about Trump
AP News Radio
Ohio senators ready rail safety bill after fiery crash
"Rail safety is drawing renewed attention from U.S. lawmakers. Following the Norfolk Southern derailment and fire involving toxic chemicals in Ohio, senator sherrod Brown, a Democrat, and Republican J D Vance or co sponsoring a Senate bill that would make trains carrying hazardous materials subject to a series of new federal safety regulations. An early copy obtained by The Associated Press shows the bill would require carriers to increase cruise to a minimum of two, create emergency response plans and notify state commissions when a hazardous load is coming through. It would also add nationwide requirements to install devices designed to detect overheated wheel bearings and other mechanical issues, and mandate that they scan trains carrying hazardous materials every ten miles. Hazardous material accounts for about 8% of rail shipments, the association of American railroads, a trade group, says railroads are generally regarded as the safest option. Railroad worker unions argue that widespread job cuts have made the industry riskier, Jennifer King, Washington
The Dan Bongino Show
Sen. J.D. Vance: East Palestine Requires a Long-Term Investment
"Yeah I mean this is a relatively small town and we just said what Another tranche of a 100 million plus dollars to Ukraine were 40 plus billion in you know their real estate senator Vance is finished I mean by their wheat by their chickens who's gonna want to buy their house Oh yeah let me buy your house and these palisades It's over for them These people they're equity their lives their jobs have been entirely nuked and they did absolutely nothing wrong They didn't bomb the train They didn't sabotage the train They were a responsible for the maintenance of the train They don't even own the train And it's up to Norfolk and the government to do the right thing by our people instead of prioritizing people overseas first This is such an important point and I totally agree Look the people of east Palestinian think about this is their own right This is where they raise their children This is where they saw their sons and daughters get married They do not want to give up on their community And I think that it's going to require long-term investment from Norfolk Southern and from our leadership to not let this community fall behind You're exactly right Homes are underwater People are worried about how they're going to feed their kids if they can't even afford their mortgage payment on an underwater home I mean this is really a terrifying situation if you're a resident here And I think this point about they did nothing wrong They're not invite this upon themselves This was a catastrophic chemical accident Norfolk Southern is at fault I think the federal government bears some responsibility here and we have got to make sure that we don't leave this community behind But when I talk to people on the ground the biggest fear that they have is that in a couple of weeks when the cameras go home and the politicians aren't focused on these Palestinian their community is going to become effectively a ghost town we can not let this happen We can not let another community of working class people who did nothing wrong be abandoned by their leadership And that's what I'm going to be focusing on not just for the next couple of weeks because it's going to take much longer than that
The Dan Bongino Show
Sen. J.D. Vance: Joe Biden Has Shown No Urgency on East Palestine
"It just seems like I think it was Ben Dominick on Fox last night senator who said this is just an easy win for Republicans He just handed not that I want the win but he just handed it to him It was just so stupid Yeah it's preposterous I mean look I can't think of anything more embarrassing than the president of the United States doing a fake air raid siren photo op in Ukraine When he's the leader of the most powerful country in the world But look I worry here and I hope that this is not the right explanation but I really worry Dan that Joe Biden has shown no urgency about east Palestinian because he knows that this is not this is not his group of voters And if you just think about what the Democrats have done in the last couple of years how much they've gone after pro life activists how much they've used the IRS to target people that they disagree with They've really taken a friend versus enemy approach to politics Where if you didn't support these guys they're not going to do anything for you The constitution be damped And unfortunately the folks of east Palestinian find themselves politically they're considered inconvenient people to the modern Democratic Party And so they're not going to pay a lot of attention to them I will say I think that we've actually gotten the Biden administration to finally wake up and pay attention From Pete Buttigieg to the EPA These guys were ignoring the problem I think for a long time and now they are especially the EPA got to say is much more engaged in this than they were two weeks ago
The Dan Bongino Show
Sen. J.D. Vance: East Palestine Requires a Better Response
"Feels great calling you senator I think you're one of the few guys up there who actually gets it having walked through the socioeconomic ladder yourself So you've been on the ground unlike unfortunately many members of the Biden administration in Ohio with this disaster and Palestine what's it like on the ground What are the conditions over there now Is it safe And what are you hearing from the residents You know it's safe in the short term I mean nobody's dropping dead And that's obviously a very good thing But if you talk to residents with their most worried about Dan is the chronic exposure issue And this is what our federal agencies Norfolk southern really nobody is set up to monitor what happens to people over a two year period of 5 year period When they're breathing the air and I think most importantly drinking the water A couple of other things that are worth thinking about here So one is that a lot of people in east Palestinian are in private well water And if you think about how long it takes chemical to seep from the ground into these private wells these are these things that need to be tested and monitored for months and years to come There's this instinct I think from a lot of our leaders to say well look if we get one positive test result with the water we should pack up and go home And that's not where the residents of east palestin are They're terrified that after people packed up and go home after they're forgotten their water is going to become undrinkable and nobody's going to be there to monitor it The second thing Dan is think about all the small businesses the farmers I talked to a woman when I was out there just a couple of days ago with Donald Trump who said look nobody wants to buy a hay for my farm Nobody wants to buy eggs that were laid by my chickens So these people have had their local economy devastated by this And there needs to be a response to that I mean this is not a huge amount of money We're talking about a community of 5000 people plus those who live in the surrounding area If we consider a $120 billion to Ukraine we can make sure he's Palestinian thrives in the future And that's one of the things I'm going to be focusing on
The Trish Regan Show
Ohioans Are Prompted To "Trust the Government"
"Really scary about the moment right now is that if the government tells you something and you dare to disagree, then you're persona non grata, you are cut off. JD Vance the senator from Ohio, Republican. He's taken Michael Regan to task. He is pointing out he actually had a great video on Twitter where he showed the water where this chemical spill had happened or just a pool of water and it was covered in oil, and it was a bunch of slime. And it was really disgusting. And it's like, who the heck is ever going to feel comfortable drinking? Water from there. Oh, but wait, the government said it was okay, right? I'm supposed to trust him. I'm supposed to trust them. When they are so set on winning, it's all about winning, you see. And this is where we're so off, we don't have any kind of long-term plan. We're so focused on the near term. And the left is so desperate to win their elections. By the way, the right is too. There's just the left happens to have big tech and the media in their back pocket, which makes it more challenging for those that are on the right. And thus, we're focusing on the wrong things. Instead of focusing on a long-term plan for the future, we're focused on fighting each other, which is frankly exactly where China wants us. Think about it. Why would you want us actually united together? Thinking about how we're going to continue to be the world's greatest power and the world's greatest economy. No, you'd much rather have the infighting.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Gov. Mike DeWine: Buttigieg Hasn't Been Involved in Railway Response
"I don't know what to believe at this point. You got the governor of Ohio suggesting it's not so bad. But he's admitting that the transportation secretary, this is the Norfolk Southern railway. This is a national railroad, a railway rather. Does that not fall under the purview of the transportation secretary? Listen to what dewine told Martha maccallum yesterday about mayor Pete. Senator Vance pushed back a little bit on that on this show. And then you said, no, we've had a great response from the Biden administration to this problem. He's asking, you know, Pete Buttigieg. Do you wonder why he hasn't been there, looked at what's going on? Is he looking at the testing that's going on? Is he looking at the damage to that one car? Why did this happen? Why so many derailments lately? Is he involved to the extent that he should be in this governor? Well, look, I'm not seeing him at all. I did get a call from the president. You know, the president said, I'll send you whatever you need. Wow, he hasn't been around at all, Buttigieg, they had a town hall yesterday, no Buttigieg, no representatives from the Norfolk Southern railway. The way we are treating these people in east Ohio is appalling.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Gov. Mike DeWine Comments on Biden's Response to Ohio Train Derailment
"Well, the Ohio governor took exception to what the new junior senator in Ohio, JD Vance has said, JD Vance has criticized the Biden administration and its response to this train derailment in eastern Ohio. Here's what governor dewine said about that. Senator vans is not Fox News critical by the administration. It's a democratic and critical Biden administration response. Are you satisfied with the Biden administration's responsibility? Is there anything you'd like to see more out of the administration as far as possible at this? Look. How you pay works with the U.S. EPA. These are the principal people involved. The federal government is conducting an investigation to determine why this occurred just crash occurred. We await that. And certainly we'll be interested in seeing what first going on. Look the president called me and said anything you need. I have not called him back. After that after that conversation, I will not hesitate to do that if we were seeing a problem or anything, but I'm not seeing it. Not seeing a problem. Biden told dewine, anything you need, give me a call. Dewine said, haven't needed to call him because I guess they're getting everything they want. They're releasing toxic plumes into the air, animals dying? What really is going on here?
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Trial Attorney John O'Connor on Biden's Classified Documents Scandal
"So let's talk a little bit about your take on the Biden classified document scandal. And what it means. Well, first of all, what Biden did bespeaks intentionality and it also is clearly concealment. Trump, everyone in the world knew that Trump had backed up moving Vance to The White House in January 18th, reported on CBS, CNN. He was not trying to get away with anything. Now he may have had an overblown idea of what executive privilege is and what personal effects are. That was his complaint and it should have been litigated in a civil way and it wasn't. Of course, we know about that. The Biden people weaponized the whole thing made it into a criminal case. But to say, and so all the comparisons are favorable to Biden, whereas what he did was number one, he stole government property. There's no doubt about it. You take boxes and you don't report them. You're stealing property. Number two, the type of documents he had bespeak intentional curation. Someone selected the joules. If I have my mother's best jewelry and leave the trinkets behind, my siblings can accuse me rightly of knowing thievery. And that's what happened here. You had presidential briefings from 2013 to 2016 that could be very useful. That's the other thing. There's an inference of use in the Penn Biden center or in Hunter Biden's influence peddle.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Senator J.D. Vance Endorses U.S. Rep. Jim Banks for Senate
"Senator Vance welcome, first time I've called you that. Good to have you on this morning. Thank you. Good to be with you. Just 15 minutes ago, Mitch Daniels announced he is not going to run for Senate in Indiana. Thus leaving JD leaving Jim banks is the only declared candidate. Have you endorsed in that race yet? Well, he was interesting. One of the things I was going to do on your show was announced that I'm endorsing Jim banks, who's a dear friend and a really good guy and was very helpful to get this across the finish line in Ohio. So I think we'll be a great conservative fighter for Indiana. I had not seen the news about Mitch Daniels. I had heard from people that he was likely not to run. Of course he was a great governor of Indiana and an incredible Purdue university Chancellor. But I think that obviously Jim's moment is now as a younger guy. I think he knows in some ways instinctively where the party is headed and where it needs to go. And I think he's the right guy for the job.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
David Drucker on the Creation of the Ronna McDaniel Storyline
"M drucker on Twitter is now with the dispatch where he writes their weekly dispatch on American politics. David, good morning to you. How are you? Great. Good morning. Ronna mcdaniel won easily. I was at the convention. The Republican National Committee winner meaning she won by 70% of the ballots on the first ballot. This was a non story that became a story because harmony was very verbal and very loud and she had a lot of good friends and I salute her running and Mike lindell was there and my colleagues create some media attention. But why does the media create storylines when there is no storyline, David? Well, because we have to cover something even if we don't have to cover it and it's much more interesting to cover if there's a storyline and we're likely to have more readers if there's a storyline. Now I will say you and that's just by the way, that's the journalism answer. I know I've sounded a little glib there. So we always look for a way to make it look more interesting. I will say that Hermes had a lot of grassroots outside activist support. There are different. As you know, factions within the Republican Party and outside of the voting members, she had a lot of local support. Of course, the way you win that race is to run an inside game, catering to the 168, you don't bring outside pressure to bear, even though she is one of the voting 168 RNC members. She really relied on outside pressure that's just not the way you win a race like that.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Who Matches Up Best Against Kamala? Mollie Hemingway Weighs In
"We come back to this and our machine is frozen. When the Republican nominee seeks to find a running mate, they've got to pick one with Kamala Harris in mine, who matches up best against her on a stage. Well, and it's one of those reasons why I'm actually not sure they can drop her for Shapiro because it would be very difficult to get rid of the only female on their ticket. But that's probably one of the reasons why Republicans are thinking a lot about Christina or a Nikki Haley, although I don't know. I actually don't love it when people pick for that type of reason. And I thought Mike Pence actually did a great job debating her in the 2020 or in 2020. So who knows? I sort of believe Tim Scott will be our vice president, regardless of who the nominee is. But here
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Mollie Hemingway Deciphers Kamala's Confusing Comments
"Molly Hemingway, the reason we bring you on, you are a big time television star. So intergenerational and multi generational and spanning the generation, I'm just a Harvard guy. I thought they all meant the same thing. What do you think? I think she was, I have no idea. I really don't. I love her. I love listening to her poetry. I think she's the best insurance policy that has ever been purchased in history. She's very much keeping Joe Biden in power because nobody wants that at the top of the helm, but I have no idea what she think they're going to bumper throw from the train through a mama from the train. That can happen. I think if they decide that they want to get rid of, I mean, I sort of think it's up to the democratic establishment. They have really good control over their party. They can decide who's going to be there who's going to win their primary or what's going to happen to them. But I mean, we'll see.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Hugh Unpacks Biden's Latest Comments With Mollie Hemingway
"From Fox News and the federalist of course joins us. I do not know Molly if you've ever even heard red rubber ball given it was written a decade before you were born. Of course I have. Okay, well this is. That's what I play when I'm about to go through it. I've asked you to come in this morning and translate the president and the vice president from yesterday. Here's cut number one, Joe Biden being asked about Kevin McCarthy coming to The White House cut number one. What is your message? What is your message to leader McCarthy? The speaker McCarthy, sorry, sir. What would be your message? Show me your budget. I'll show you mine, Molly Hemingway. What's that mean? Well, I actually think that we're getting a little bit better place than we were last week when Joe Biden was refusing to accept the results of the 2022 midterm elections and acknowledge that Republicans had won the house and that you can't treat such a thing as something that didn't happen or as if the people who won the House or not people that you can negotiate with. And so I think he's saying he's backtracking on what he said last week when he wouldn't talk to them at all to say, obviously we need to negotiate the debt limit. We
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Biggest Project Veritas Story Ever With James O'Keefe
"From project veritas joins us now. James, welcome back to the program. Congratulations on this incredible story and what you've been able to discover here. We have all the clips and I want to throw to them, but first I want to welcome James. James, welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie. Great to be with you. To bombshell story, walk us through it. Well, this is the first installment Charlie. We have another video coming out here later today, and this is a Pfizer director. He's not a low level guy. Internal document showing that he's does mRNA research. He has a doctorate and he went to Yale actually. So he's not a little person. He's talking about the things he does about the people to know. He says, don't tell anybody who's very emphatic about our journalist not sharing this with anybody about some of the things they're doing experimenting on animals, changing the language, from like you said, gain of function to what he called directed evolution. And Charlie, as of this moment, this is the most watched project river to us video in the history of project sanitize. And we also have whistleblowers coming to us from within Pfizer, even last night after this has been released.
The Eric Metaxas Show
"j d. vance" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"We have I think an exciting guest. His name is JD Vance, and he's sitting right here. JD, welcome. Thanks for having me. I never thought to ask you this. I didn't plan to ask you this, but my first question is, what is JD stand for? I could have looked it up, but I'd rather ask you, not Jack Daniels, James David. James David. The joke, because it was Jack Jack Daniels, but just James David. When did you, well, I want to introduce you semi properly. You're known mostly for having written what has nothing less than a spectacular book a memoir called hillbilly elegy, which was then turned into a movie. Yeah. So not many young people write books about their lives. And certainly not many young people have books that they've written about their lives turned into movies on Netflix. So it's kind of an interesting thing that your life is really public. Nonetheless, I'm sure tons of people in my audience aren't familiar with it. So there's a reason it was a bestseller. And it's not just because you're a good writer. It's because your story, which you did not plot or invent is an amazing story. So for my audience, which would you would you tell my audience, the guts of that story? Yeah, so I guess the summary is, I was raised by my grandparents, and they were working class people, my grandfather worked at a steel mill. And if you back up a little bit, my grandparents grew up in southeast you can talk to a cool country. So the deep poverty you think John F. Kennedy is showing up on the cabins of people who are extremely poor back in the 1960s. That's where they came from. And they moved to southwestern Ohio in the 1950s because that was sort of land of opportunity. And the story of my family sort of mirrors the story of the town that I grew up in, which is relative prosperity in the 50s and 60s and then something sort of started to decline. My mom got into drugs, was not able to take care of me for a long time in my childhood, which is why my grandparents figures so prominently in my life and we were hillbillies. We were hillbilly migrants to southwestern Ohio and my grandmother loved to cuss. She had a lot of guns, and she also had a lot of love and a lot of discipline. And those things were, I think, very important for me being able to live a good life. And so the story is sort of on the one hand, I went on to the Marine Corps. I went to Ohio State. I went to Yale law school. I sort of found myself in a rarefied world that nobody in my family had ever dreamed of. But then on the other hand, it's like, well, what happened to the town that I grew up in? And why is it that places like Middletown were places of opportunity in the 50s? And then by the time that I was a kid in the 1990s, it was like everybody was just saying, get out of this
"j d. vance" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Truth. We give it to you raw. We give it to you real and relevant and you decide. Joe Biden is a mess. He's got to go. Yeah, come over. Harris would do the same thing. I'm certain of it. She's got to go to But right now in the interim Do you comply? J. D. Vance is saying businesses should not comply. To the tyrant. Biden vaccine mandates. This is J. D. Vance. He's the Republican U S. Senate candidate in Ohio. He's called now for businesses to not comply with Joe Biden's vaccine mandates on cos It's going to be interesting to see how that plays out. But my bigger question is this. Do you comply? Will you comply? We're hearing a lot of people right now. Stating not complying. 7022575396. Let's get right back to business. Steve your next welcome to the show Steve out of time. It's almost break, but I got three points to make. Is that okay? Absolutely. And I'd like to hear your good feedback, which I always appreciate Number one You said about the, uh the amount of people infected when they first started, But I think what might have happened, Steve, I only believe the master about 10% of but all the lockdowns and the paranoia. Probably reduced it a little bit because, remember, the sheep will like you say we're taking them but putting the mass on in the shower, sleeping with the mass on driving down the street with the mass on the face boat during the car by themselves, making love with him, as on all these idiots, So it probably reduced it somewhat, But I agree with you. There was no vaccines then and look what we've got. Now we got four times as much. Exactly thing. Steve is the school Children. They did not get fresh air exercise, exercise their lungs strengthen their lungs. And guess what? Quiet Immunity. Lock them all down. Lock them all down. Don't touch this. Disinfect everything. Now you let them out. And guess what? They all get sick. What kind of morons are running this country? Tell me, you know it's number there, Adam. They're out of control. Yeah, Go ahead, but no, no, I said they're out of control. But what's your question? We're out of, uh, we're out of the Almost on the brakes were going to hurry up. But Steve, did you ever hear about the planned Oculus? This clash? Schwab in the city he wants to make with a famous saying is, you'll have nothing and you like it was that called the planned operas and it was that I don't remember what it's called. But I know what you're talking about, and he's looking. He's looking at Arizona to do it by the way. Yeah. Yeah, because, you know, but I say as long as Doug Ducey is the governor in Arizona, That ain't gonna happen that I can promise you. But I like your idea about banding together with the lawyers because I cannot see how they can do this to millions of people and have zero liability. 22 year old woman can get for abortions. That's fine according to this idiot in the White House, But you've got to. You're going to have them stick needles in your body with things. We don't even know if they tested properly and I don't believe they are. As you know, Like, I told you, the FDA is false Data Administration. That's about where they stand in my book, You know? No, You're absolutely correct. I agree wholeheartedly. I appreciate the call brother Steve. It's in the hands of God. Thank God for that. Yeah. Amen. Amen. God Still on the throne, Steve, your right. 100% accurate still on the throne, and God is never a minute late. Always on time. Never early, as we all know. But never a minute late, always on time, and that's the best thing. Steve hit it on the head right now, If you're someone of faith, you just need to pray. You need to pray for our country. In fact, there's a scripture that talks about, you know, praying, humbling ourselves. Um and changing our ways and God will hear from heaven and blessing Hillary land. That's what we need. Right now. There's a that's what we need right now, more than ever. I mean, we are in a place. And I'll be intellectually honest with you nine months into this administration. I knew it was gonna be bad. Did I think this bad? Nine months and no, I didn't. I thought, Yeah, This is going to be kind of halfway through. Towards the end of this term of this, you know, illegitimate moron. But no. Here We are. Nine months. Got to ask yourself. Why so quickly. Look, I know there's a pandemic. I know people are getting sick. I want people to have choice. That's it. I want people to be able to take ivermectin if they want you. I want people to be able to take Hydroxychloroquine..
990 The Answer
"j d. vance" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"I call for Talk basically about the mass vaccine not mandates out of the blinds. and how people Because should I think respond people to them in knowing where it is impossible for Over us. black Cold War is basically The mass not at ministry the blades to come after Because I think hundreds if people of thousands ignore of the Americans order fall immediate it's anxiety. impossible to This enforce is what they can come after a The few Biden 100. administration So can't come after what? 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The we other thing might as I think well we could at do least is make actually the government have red send states us a mean individually. letter before we do it I don't Car didn't bend nullify the knee just parts yet I think people of should the mandates fight back before they even That's take where we place are that Now the will other give thing us a I lot think we more could ability do is actually to push have back red against states this stuff as individually well. Yeah, started and Enola I 5 don't even parts think their of constitutional the mandates but before it's they even long take past place time that people That'll give start us a lot to actually more ability to push back against push this stuff back as in well their own individual Yeah And way. I don't I also even want think to announce they're constitutional that but J. it's D. Vance long past has time that been endorsed people start by Josh to actually Hawley. push There's back that in came their out this own morning. Senator individual Holly way has I endorsed also want to announce J. D. Vance, which that is JD Vance which is has terrific. been endorsed So by Josh just talk hawley more generally, That uh, came out this JD morning senator that if you Holly become has senator endorsed JD Vance What? which What is should the federal which is government terrific be doing So here? 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"j d. vance" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Can't even go to the grocery store or go to a ball game. That's the principle. You have to bend the need of the CBC to live a normal life. We'll think about that principle applied to more things. You've you. You've met me, Willy. I've got probably 20 extra pounds. I could lose. Do I not get to go to a ball game or grocery store because I eat too much fried chicken. Are people who have a few too many beers after work not allowed to live a normal life because the CDC says you're not supposed to have that many beers in a given day. This principle, if we allow it to take root would lead to a medical tyranny in this country. I think that's why we have to really fight. On this because the vaccine mandate is crazy, as it is, is not the craziest thing they were going to do If the public health bureaucrats tell you what you're allowed to do to live a normal life in this country. But let's look at America J. D Vance from like 35,000, ft. And you're a relatively young man. You don't recall the late 19 sixties, the seventies. We went through about a 15 year period of absolute crisis. Many of us thought, okay, the country's breaking apart from 35,000 ft. I see a southern border in total collapse with more than 200,000 illegal aliens pouring across the invasion style. The great majority have covid 19 quickly dispersed by the vitamin inspiration all over the country. I'd like to Afghanistan 20 years after about 3000 American lives about 400,000. Afghan lives Taliban back in charge, and Biden is working with terrorists. I'm looking at the leadership in Afghanistan right now, Who are the get more releases under Obama to get Bergdahl back while we get one to get Bergdahl back is beyond me. So so realistic. We released the leadership of the Taliban from Gitmo. They're now in charge of Afghanistan. I kind of look at American cities awaiting for the next horrible riots take place burned down cops to fund the police. Urban education is a myth that doesn't exist. For example, in Detroit or Chicago public school kids in the eighth grade less than 1% can read it great levels. 99% do not Despite the fact $25,000 per year per kit is being spent. So the southern border is in collapse. The invasion Afghanistan is a total disaster is going to be the repository of terrorists and look at our major cities that are about to burn and erupt to fund the police. The socialist markets are in charge. With no public education going on whatsoever. I look at inflation going up, I look at middle class jobs, non existent. In urban areas they don't exist. And now we have a president who wants to give everyone medicine and their body. The great majority whom don't need it. Is America in decline? Well, Unfortunately, I believe that it is. I do think that we're a country in decline, and I think we're a country in decline because our leaders have made terrible sources. You know the way that I think about America is we have a rock solid foundation. We have the smartest and best people. They love their country. We have the best technology because we've had the smartest and best people for generations in this country. We meet with with a population that's committed to freedom that's committed to duty that's committed to actually building this country instead of tearing it down, destroying it, But we have a leaders that have chosen to climate have chosen to invest. In other countries instead of their own that have chosen to ship some of our best jobs off to the communist Chinese who hate him that have chosen to attack American traditional culture. Teach our kids. It's the racist country instead of a good country, all of these things Or decisions made by our leadership. And if we want to, actually at her, if we want to take this wonderful foundation, the people of this country institutions, its traditions, its history. And build this country. You know, Biden always says, Build back better. It feels like to try to tear down worse. But if we really want to build this country in a way that it can be built, we really have to get good leaders and that's a self interested thing for me to say. I'm running for Senate. Of course, go J. J d vance dot com If you want to help us out But I really think that this is a question for the people Do we want to have a country that continues to decline? Or do we want to give our Children a freer and more prosperous countries? In the one we inherited? That's the choice we get to make. Thank God under the Constitution. And J. D. Vance. We have the greatest military in the world were told repeatedly. That's not one of war and about 76 years can't win a war. The generals do not permit the war to be won in Afghanistan. We had 19 consecutive generals about all the progress being made every six months. We got tremendous progress, and the whole country collapses one afternoon. And on top of all this, put this on top of the pile. Every day. When I woke up this morning, there was another $5 billion that the U. S. Treasury had to borrow in order to fund the spending habits And that's not enough. We have $3.5 trillion that the Democrats want to spend on top of the $30 trillion of debt. So we have no functional borders. We have a dysfunctional defund the police mentality. We have a military with great troops, but bad leadership. I trust those in the foxholes. Not those who the scrambled eggs like Millie on their chest. Don't trust them. On top of the city's burning on top of note functional public education, maybe long term the U. S dollar, which is the reserve currency of the world. Yeah, his borrowing $5 billion every day. The fun, more spending that are never going to be paid back the dollars, But by the time if Biden god forbid would serve and I want him to serve out his term thinking of Kamala Harris or Nancy Pelosi taking over. God bless Joe Biden to keep going, please. Change your policies, but by the time we get done if there's two terms of Joe Biden, we're going to have an accumulated national debt of $45 Trillion. What you'll never be paid back. The currency is trashed. This way. You don't have borders. The military can't win Wars. Inflation is skyrocketing, middle class jobs are gone. And I'm thinking to myself how in the world can the greatest country in the history of the world survive? The little pollutions are leading this country. Nothing's going to stop the spending orgy happening. $5 billion a day every day, seven days a week and no southern border, no functional military leadership collapse in Afghanistan and now the some of the leaders of great Britain. Says that the decision by Biden in Afghanistan was quote imbecilic. J. D. Vance. Are we in trouble or what? Then we're in trouble. But we've been We've been in trouble before in this country. And I think one of the things we have to do, Willy is we have to be pissed off, but not discouraged because The people who gave us the greatest country in the world. They have their challenges, too. I like to. I like to remind myself when I get up when I get pessimistic When I get discouraged about the state of this country that we come From the same stock that beat the Nazis in Europe that defeated the Soviet Union to put the first man on the moon. We've had very real challenges in this country before, but we've got to have leaders who stopped talking about fake problem. And to your point, you know, the military hasn't won a war in over a half century because our generals are trash collection. Politicians, not for real generals. We've got a terrible spending problem. We've also got a terrible revenue problem because so much of our productivity we shipped off to the Communist Chinese swordsman too much money, not making enough stuff in this country, both at the same time, like you said. That's going to destroy our currency and make it impossible for middle class people who live in this country. But we've got to stop talking about the fake problems. You know the general instead of talking about their failure when a war they talk about white rage, the politicians they talk about diversity instead of the fact that we have a terrible crisis at the southern border, our biggest corporations While they do business with the Communist Chinese, while the employee literal slave labor have the audacity to call their own country, racist and evil, we have got to stop. Talking like we're living in a fake world and remind ourselves that we actually live in the real world with their grow problems, and we're going to solve them with real people, and that's that's what's got to change in this country. J. D. Vance, What is your website? If any J d vance dot.
"j d. vance" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Head covid and you get over it your body's credit antibodies. You come to the same place from two different points to different streets. Same place if it's 85%. And every week that goes by goes up, maybe a half to 1%. We're getting to the point of 90% that's called Herd immunity. We're good to go. It's just like the Brits. The Brits say Novaks passport. No more lockdowns in India is good to go. Where panicking for no reason. Media And politicians, especially Democrats, want to scare the bejeebers out of everyone in the country so they can control what you do. Don't buy into it. Let's go to the cost. By the way in about 45 minutes or an hour or so, we're gonna have to put in a call to J. D. J. D. Vance. Who's going to comment. He's running for the open Senate seat to Senator Rob Portman, seeing him quite often in the Wall Street Journal and J. D. Vance is from Ohio. But he's a tech kind of a guy spent a lot of time out West. And he wrote the book, Hillbilly Elegy, and then it's a top of the last hour. We're going to have Wayne Allyn root and later on as Jay Ratliff, who was running airports during 9 11. To talk about what happened the day before. What happened on the day. What happened afterwards that commemoration of the sacrifice of so many men and women who rushed into buildings knowing that they were probably sacrificed their lives trying to save others. Let's go to the telephone calls. Let's go to Billy in Ohio, Not me, but someone else. And then we have called them West Virginia, Louisiana, Kentucky and Massachusetts and more. Billion Ohio. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show Billy and Ohio Welcome. What do you got? Our ability to, um Change the subject because I want to do here. What you have to say about Cold there, but Trump went to. I saw that. Trump went to see the firefighters and the police department. Departments and they have a big photo of him. I don't know if you saw that I did. I saw him with fire. He visited a couple of fire stations. The guys that women love them. The cops love him. And, uh, it's it's beautiful, and when I watch Obama causes projectile vomiting. When I see Bill Clinton, I have explosive diarrhea. I can't look at Jimmy Carter. I wish the guy well as soon as nineties, and I wish him well, But right now we have five living presidents. We've got Jimmy Carter. We have, of course. Clinton is too we have. We have Bush 43 We have Obama for and we got Trump five, and we got one in the White House six and the oldest and most incompetent is the one now servant. And how how we ended up the only reason Joe Biden, one is to media rolled over and played dead and the media and Big Tech did not want Trump to have a second term. In fact, if media and Big Tech had known that Trump was going to win in 2016 He never would have one then and so by 2020. They knew that Trump might win, so everything in their power was done to make sure that Trump did not win a second term. And big tech and the media and so many others that they won. And now I will never believe that somehow legitimate voters that the majority voted for Joe Biden. I don't believe it, and it was used by the media and by Democrats to have different rules for voting, so there'd be less fair Fication who was voting And it's seconds me, but let's not go back, Billy. We can't change that. And, uh, the trump visits to the f D, N Y. And the NYPD I thought was fabulous. Yeah, that was really great. There's no way Joe Biden could have got 2080 million votes. I find that you mean 80 million legitimate votes now another 80 million legal votes, and so I don't know it's over. Uh, at one point, it wasn't ripe another point. It was mood until the winner source declared in December, the court said. It wasn't right. We don't have a winner yet, And by the time they declared the winner, it was moot. Because it was too close to the swearing in. The courts are going to be involved in this kind of stuff. Very rarely, And so it is sickening..
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"j d. vance" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Anbar province, Iraq and served two terms in the Ohio Legislature, as well as to terms of state treasurer of Ohio. Josh is currently a candidate for US Senate. In Ohio. All of the current polls have him ahead in the primaries. Josh thanks so much for joining the show really appreciate it, Ben Good to be on. So let's talk about the state of the Ohio Senate race on a broad level, then we'll get to the actual details of the primary on a broad level. Obviously, this race matters an awful lot. The Republican control of the Senate is up for grabs. I would have said that it was a fairly even shot Republicans grabbing the Senate up until the last several weeks. Now it appears that Republicans are in pretty good shape to retake the Senate, considering the races in New Hampshire and Nevada, But Republicans must hold Ohio. So the polls consistently show that almost matter who the Republican candidate is that that against somebody like Tim Ryan, it's very close in Ohio. How close do you think the races for that seat next year? Listen, This is a state where President Trump won twice. He won by, uh, about a half million votes. Uh, both times. And so I believe over the past few elections. We've probably ventured from being a purple state, too. Been a trump state. But that doesn't mean that we're bright red. We're definitely not Alabama or Texas. You know, we're a state that you know, still split politically. But what's changed is the Democrat Party. Left Democrats and President Trump spoke to so many men and women in this state who for a living swing hammers and then steal and run wire and drive trucks. Uh, you know, right now I'm coming out here from a town called Columbus Grove, Ohio. It's nowhere near Columbus. I'm in rural western Ohio and people in this part of the state are the embodiment of red blooded patriotic Americans. And even if there's folks not too far from here, a places like Toledo that might have been union Democrats. Now they're Trump Republicans. So In my mind, then you know this election. It's not just about nominating a Republican. It's about nominating the right kind of Republican. We have to nominate, not just here in Ohio, but across the country, constitutional conservatives who are willing to take on the squishy rhino establishment Republicans, so Josh, obviously running in a primary. The typical rule says You run to the right during the primary and then to the center during the general you've received. A lot of criticism, particularly online for sort of a criticism is a Trumpy affect right, burning a mask. Tweeting in in in pretty Um, I would say, colorful ways. What do you make of those criticisms? I am who I am. You know, I've never changed. You know when I was state treasure, Uh, I was the Republican who was leading the charge against John Kasich when he was the Republican governor. No in case it was trying to expand Medicaid under Obamacare. I led the charge against Medicaid expansion, and a lot of folks in the Republican Party were like Ajax. You can't do this. He's a Republican governor. I said, Listen, I don't give a Republican or Democrat expanding Medicaid and making people more dependent on welfare is the wrong thing. Then one case it was trying to push forward common core. The federal education standards said Wait a second. We don't want Washington, DC involved with education here in Ohio, and I led the charge against case combat. When Casey was trying to keep the state's finances and state spending in the dark from the taxpayers I took the state of Ohio is checkbook. I put that on the Internet, I said the taxpayers have a right to know how the tax money is being spent. So listen, it's not lost on me that there's a lot of folks We're, of course, so the more establishment part of the Republican Party that don't like me, But I wear that as a badge of honor, and it's not new to me to be taken on this question. Establishment Republicans. I've been doing it for a long time. I did it. When Cacic was the governor of Ohio, I've been calling out Mike DeWine recently. Mike DeWine has acted like a total tyrant during Covid. I mean, calling him out as well, and he's a Republican governor. Listen, I'm not in politics began to make friends. I'm not going to Washington make friends or to get invited to cocktail parties. I'm going there to stand up for the Constitution and stand up for the liberty and the freedom of individuals here in Ohio and throughout the country. So, Josh. Obviously you're in a very hotly fought primary campaign. Right now. One of the other candidates has been getting a lot of online attention less attention in the polling so far as J. D. Vance, he has been gaining in the polling. Originally he was in the single digits. You're still doubling them up in some of the new polling. You're in the thirties, and he's still in the teens. Um, but what do you make of some of your opposition in the primary? And maybe do a bit of a comparison is why you make the best candidate from Ohio. Sure. Yeah, I think if the election were held today and Hollywood, Silicon Valley, Wall Street or D, c, I think J. D Vance would run away with it. But if the election was held today in Ohio, he'd get destroyed. Because Ohioans are not buying what he's selling. When President Trump was running against Hillary Clinton. Judy van said that he was going to hold his nose and possibly vote for Hillary Clinton and said he voted for Evan McMuffin, but he couldn't bring himself to vote for Donald Trump. Then, when Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party we're calling all of us deplorable J. D. Vance is out there calling us Racists..
"j d. vance" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Anbar province, Iraq and served two terms in the Ohio Legislature, as well as to terms of state treasurer of Ohio. Josh is currently a candidate for US Senate. In Ohio. All of the current polls have him ahead in the primaries. Josh Thanks so much for joining the show. I really appreciate it. Hey, Ben. Good to be on. So let's talk about the state of the Ohio Senate race on a broad level, then we'll get to the actual details of the primary on a broad level. Obviously, this race matters an awful lot. The Republican control of the Senate is up for grabs. I would have said that it was a fairly even shot. Republicans grabbing the Senate up until the last several weeks, and now it appears that Republicans are in pretty good shape to retake the Senate, considering the races in New Hampshire and Nevada, But Republicans must hold Ohio. So the polls consistently show that almost matter who the Republican candidate is that that against somebody like Tim Ryan is very close in Ohio. How close do you think the races for that seat next year? Listen, This is a state where President Trump won twice. He won by, uh, about a half million votes. Uh, both times. And so I believe over the past few elections. We've probably ventured from being a purple state, too. Being a trump state. But that doesn't mean that we're bright red. We're definitely not Alabama or Texas. You know, we're a state that you know, still split politically. But what's changed is the Democrat Party. Left Democrats and President Trump spoke to so many men and women in the state who for a living swing hammers and and steal and run wire and drive trucks. Uh right now I'm coming after from a town called Columbus Grove, Ohio. It's nowhere near Columbus. I'm in rural western Ohio and people in this part of the state are the embodiment of red blooded patriotic Americans. And even if there's folks not too far from here in places like Toledo that might have been union Democrats. Now they're Trump Republicans. So In my mind, then this election. It's not just about nominating a Republican. It's about nominating the right kind of Republican. We have to nominate, not just here in Ohio, but across the country, constitutional conservatives who are willing to take on the squishy rhino establishment Republicans, so Josh, obviously running in a primary. The typical rule says You run to the right during the primary and then to the center during the general you've received. A lot of criticism, particularly online for sort of a criticism is a Trumpy affect right, burning a mask. Tweeting in in in pretty, Um I would say, colorful ways. What do you make of those criticisms? I am who I am. You know, I've never changed. You know when I was state treasure, Uh, I was the Republican who was leading the charge against John Kasich when he was the Republican governor. In one case it was trying to expand Medicaid under Obamacare. I led the charge against Medicaid expansion and a lot of folks in the Republican Party where, like Hey, Josh. You can't do this. He's a Republican governor. I said, Listen, I don't care. He's a Republican or Democrat. Expanding Medicaid and making people more dependent on welfare is the wrong thing. Then, when Kasich was trying to push forward common core, the federal education standards said Wait a second. We don't want Washington D C involved with education here in Ohio. And so I led the charge against case combat. When Kasich was trying to keep the state's finances and state spending in the dark from the taxpayers I took the state of Ohio is checkbook. I put that on the Internet, I said the taxpayers have a right to know how the tax money is being spent. So listen, it's not lost on me that there's a lot of folks Were some of the more establishment part of the Republican Party that don't like me, but I wear that as a badge of honor, and it's not new to me to be taken on this question. Establishment Republicans. I've been doing it for a long time. I did it. When Kasich was the governor of Ohio, I've been calling out Mike DeWine recently, Mike DeWine has acted like a total tyrant. During Covid. I've been calling him out as well. And he's a Republican governor. And listen, I'm not in politics began to make friends. I'm not going to Washington to make friends or to get invited to cocktail parties. I'm going there to stand up for the Constitution and stand up for the liberty and the freedom of individuals here in Ohio and throughout the country. So, Josh. Obviously you're in a very hotly fought primary campaign. Right now. One of the other candidates has been getting a lot of online attention less attention in the polling so far as J. D. Vance, he has been gaining in the polling. Originally he was in the single digits. You're still doubling them up in some of the new polling. You're you're in the thirties, and he's still in the teens. Um, but what do you make of some of your opposition in the primary? And maybe do a bit of a comparison is why you make the best candidate from Ohio. Sure, I think if the election were held today and Hollywood, Silicon Valley, Wall Street or D, c, I think J. D Vance would run away with it. But if the election was held today in Ohio could get destroyed because Ohioans are not buying what he's selling. When President Trump was running against Hillary Clinton. Judy van said that he was going to hold his nose and possibly vote for Hillary Clinton and said he voted for Evan McMuffin, but he couldn't bring himself to vote for Donald Trump..
"j d. vance" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You the truth. We give it to you raw. We give it to you, real and relevant and you decide. Joe Biden is a mess. He's got to go. Yeah. Kamala Harris would do the same thing. I'm certain of it. She's got to go to But right now in the interim Do you comply? J. D. Vance is saying businesses should not comply. To the tyrant. Biden vaccine mandates. This is J. D. Vance. He's the Republican U S. Senate candidate in Ohio. He's called now for businesses to not comply with Joe Biden's vaccine mandates on cos It's going to be interesting to see how that plays out. But my bigger question is this. Do you comply? Will you comply? We're hearing a lot of people right now. Stating not complying. 7022575396. Let's get right back to business. Steve your next. Welcome to the show. Hi, Steve. I'm out of time. It's almost break, but I got three points to make. Is that okay? Absolutely. And I'd like to hear your good feedback, which I always appreciate Number one You said about the, uh the amount of people infected when it first started, But I think what might have happened, Steve, I only believe the master about 10% of but all the lockdowns and the paranoia. Probably reduced it a little bit, because, remember the people like you say we're taking them but putting a mass on in the shower, sleeping with the mass on driving down the street with a mass on the Facebook, and they're in a car by themselves, making love with the mass on all these idiots, So it probably reduced it somewhat, But I agree with you. There was no vaccines then and look what we got. Now we got four times as much. Exactly other thing. Steve is the school Children. They did not get fresh air exercise, exercise their lungs strengthen along and guess what a quiet immunity. Lock them all down. Lock them all down. Don't touch this. Disinfect everything. Now you let them out. And guess what? They all get sick. What kind of morons are running this country? Tell me, you know it's number. They're out of their out of control. Go ahead, but no, no, no. I said they're out of control. But what's your question? No. We're out of we're out of the Almost on the brakes were going to hurry up. But Steve, did you ever hear about the planned Oppel us This clash? Schwab in the city he wants to make with a famous saying is, you'll have nothing and you like it was that called the planned op A listener was. I don't remember what it's called, but I know what you're talking about, and he's looking. He's looking at Arizona to do by the way. Yeah. Yeah, because you know, but I'd say as long as Doug Ducey is the governor in Arizona, That ain't going to happen that I promise you But I like your idea about banding together with the lawyers because I cannot see how they can do this to millions of people and have zero liability. 22 year old woman can get four abortions. That's fine according to this idiot in the White House, But you gotta you're going to have them stick needles in your body with things. We don't even know if they tested properly and I don't believe they are. As you know, Like, I told you, the FDA is the false data Administration. That's about where they stand in my book, You know? No, You're absolutely correct. I agree wholeheartedly. I appreciate the call brother Steve. It's in the hands of God. Thank God for that. Yeah. Amen. Amen. God Still on the throne, Steve, your right. 100% accurate still on the throne, and God is never a minute late. Always on time. Never early, as we all know. But never a minute late, always on time, and that's the best thing. Steve hit it on the head right now, If you're someone of faith, you just need to pray. You need to pray for our country. In fact, there's a scripture that talks about, you know, praying, humbling ourselves. Um And changing our ways and God will hear from heaven and blessing Hillary land. That's what we need. Right now. There's a that's what we need right now, more than ever. I mean, we are in a place. And I'll be intellectually honest with you nine months into this administration. I knew it was going to be bad. Did I think this bad? Nine months and no, I didn't. I thought, Yeah, This is going to be kind of halfway through. Towards the end of this term of this, you know, illegitimate moron. But no. Here we are. Nine months I got to ask yourself. Why so quickly. Look, I know there's a pandemic. I know people are getting sick. I want people to have choice. That's it. I want people to be able to take ivermectin if they want to. I want people to be able to take hydroxychloroquine. If.
"j d. vance" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"3300 Americans have been evacuated from Afghanistan at least as of Saturday about 3300. That's about 10% of all of those evacuated from Afghan Understand. Faces. Chris Wallace talked to Ben Stassen, her business from Nebraska about this specifically about the developing split on the right over the issue of Afghan refugees. This has got 25. I want to drill down on this question of Afghan refugees because there's quite a split inside your party about bringing our Afghan allies the people who stood up for us for the last 20 years, bringing them into this country. GOP Congressman Tom Tiffany says the Biden administration's plan to bring planeloads into the U. S now and ask questions later is reckless and irresponsible. Ohio Republican Senate candidate J. D. Vance, author of Hillbilly Elegy. Says he'd like to hear zero about Afghan refugees until we get every single American out first Senator There's a real difference of opinion inside your party. First of all, a great nation is a nation that keeps its word. The American people need to understand who we're talking about. Here. We're talking about men and women who risked their lives to protect Americans. They fought hand in hand with our troops, and we made promises to them. There are 32 million Afghans. We're talking about 60 to 80,000 people. So the first thing to say is the American people need to understand who we're talking about. We're talking about heroes who fought with us to take the fight to allocate and the Taliban number two. The administration has been way too slow to get people out of harm's way They can get them to Kuwait. They can get him to Qatar. They can get them to Bahrain. They can get him to Ramstein in Germany and sort through the larger processing and bureaucratic issues there. But number three when you fought on behalf of Americans to protect our people, you're welcome in my neighborhood. All right now I have to say, I think you know, business kind of danced around a couple of these issues here, particularly when we're talking about the vetting of Afghan refugees. I mean the point of having the special immigrant visa. Was supposedly that these individuals would have been vetted already. Okay, right. But the problem is that my administration has been dragging its feet. Uh, with the s I V process. And so we've got a lot of folks who Are not vetted, but the other issue is, you know. So what do you do right now? I understand. I believe that we should Our biggest priority right now should be getting Americans out of Afghanistan. But if we can't even get Americans to the airport And yet you've got thousands of Afghans who are there. What do you do? Do you keep the planes on the tarmac while you wait for Americans to arrive, or do you say all right, We're going to get these Afghan refugees out. And you know, while we work to get Americans to the airport, I think a lot of this is a problem of the bite administration's own devising, But at the same time, I don't think you can let those S I V visa holders just sit there. While while Americans are unable to get to the airport, I think that would be an even bigger disaster. Well, I think you're right Cam. So I tend to err on the side of maybe on Ben's fastest side where I do think that we have a responsibility to help those who helped us. Now. Does that mean that that comes that they come before American citizens? Absolutely not. You know, I think the Biden administration needs to figure out how do you get to your American citizens? How do you find them? And then get them safely to the airport. But it absolutely doesn't make sense to have planes that are three quarters empty. Um, you know, taking off when you could potentially be saving the lives of people who Who frankly helped us during during this war. You know, I I do Don't I don't like this kind of dichotomy between J. D. Vance and Ben Sasse as though that the right is split in half on immigration. You know, I do think everyone wants to make sure that anybody coming here is not going to be a terrorist, and that's something that we need to to ensure that that happens. It's not being nationalists. It's not being Um, uh, some sort of supremacist or whatever the case is, that's being smart. And just as we expect that at the Southern border, there's nothing wrong in expecting that at our airports, including here in Dallas. No, You're absolutely right. And I got to say to you know, it's not like the Afghans are having a particularly easy time of it, either. Jim Garrity right. In a national review, he said, you heard from a longtime reader. He spent years in Afghanistan working for a defense contractor, he said. We directly employed thousands of Afghans. Their lives are in danger retaliation by the Taliban because they help the American military and recognizing this on August, the second The U. S government created another classification of asylum visa processing called Priority to, um These are basically Afghans and their immediate family members who are at risk due to US affiliations, but they're not eligible, very special immigrant visa. Uh, So this guy, this reader of natural view has been busy says all week, submitting referrals to the State Department on behalf of Afghans and their families. He says the submission is through email to a dedicated inbox at the State Department. And he said, we began receiving messages that the inbox is full. And this has been going on for half a day. Now he shared with Jim Garrity. An automatic reply. Email is stated quote the recipients of our boxes full and can't accept messages now, So this guy says, Look, lives are in danger. Evacuations are in chaos and Department of State can't manage a damn email inbox, he says. I've never been so disappointed and angry and my government Then, today says this is madness. I would hope that maybe one of the White House reporters reads that to Jen Psaki, who seems to think, Oh American citizens. Anybody can simply just email us or tweet at us, and we'll get help to them. You know, this is this is disgusting. In the short term, these are potential lives that are that are being put on the line here. But in the long term, what is it sent to put two feature people in other countries that we wanted to help use their help? It's going to send a signal. No Americans will abandon you when times get tough. Unfortunately, I think you're absolutely right. All right. It is 7 44 here on W m A l.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"j d. vance" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Vance is the most relatable to that. Especially compared to Josh Mandel and Jane Timken. He has the store. He is from rural Ohio. He grew up and knows all about the opioid epidemic. I think he is relatable. So when you're going around the state and you're stopping in, Zanesville, you're stopping in Ironton and you're stopping in my Medina. We're again. Most of the state is rural. I think that voter there relates more to JD vast, potentially than Josh Mandel or Jane Timken, who are kind of more of the machine. I mean, certainly. Josh Mandel and Jane Timken are more of the political machine. And so I can see what you're saying. But what I'm what I'm saying. Maybe I didn't articulated well enough in the column is that I'm not necessarily saying like you made inroads with you know, was party insiders for her party insider purposes. What I'm saying is that that's where you develop a base of support, and you have to work hard to develop those relationships with your local party chairs, precinct executives very bad and those are the people then who are then go out and help the voters in 88 counties. Understand what your messages understand who you are. Understand? Uh, whether you're genuine or not understand where you stand on issues you cannot in the state. Buy an election. You just absolutely can't you cannot sweep in as a venture capitalist from San Francisco and expect right out of the gate that you can spend 10 million and buy your way to name idea just does not happen in the state. 12 regional television markets, nearly 12 million people, and there's very much in mentality, though coming from the J. D Vance camp that Oh, well, because I've been on Fox News all the time. And I'm on Breitbart and all these national publications write about me and I've spoken all over the country that all of a sudden, like I can walk into Ohio and relate Well, you've been gone for awhile, dude. And you know, meanwhile, and again say whatever you don't don't don't don't care who wins. Um, but Jane Temkin has been on the ground in Ohio. She has operations in all 88 counties. Josh Mandel has already he's the former state treasurer. They know what it takes to win. They? Certainly Josh Mandel. That's why he's leading in the polls right now because he's the only Canada and the race right now have statewide name ID, which he built, working his way up from a City council member and his Small little suburb and now two terms of the Ohio treasurer and look and again. I know there's a lot of criticism of him. I've had my criticisms of him. But you cannot replace the fact that this is someone who has worked incredibly hard throughout his career to develop relationships in all 88 talent. I agree with that. But you do not agree that Mandel has a Is he genuine problem? He has a perception problem. There's no question about I absolutely right. Which is why I think I think I don't know. Will he be able to do it? I don't know. I think If J. D. Vance talks about the issues and talks about what's going on, and the lack of funding for education in rural counties in Ohio and gets the issues issues issues issues instead of trying to do I mean, he's done some things on Twitter. I have not been there kind of dumb right like, but if he just sticks to the issues and hitting those and hammering those, I think he can become the genuine relatable candidate compared to those other two, But I mean here. I think you know your points are very valid. I just think it's gonna Remains to be seen how it.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"j d. vance" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"There's a perception problem here of a guy who like, you know, he's even made comments that I referenced. This in my column is that he told The Wall Street Journal in 2016 that he feels I'm paraphrasing here right now, but He doesn't He feels out of place place in Ohio or he doesn't see us. Uh, I can't remember the exact I'm driving right now. Back from the South Carolina Don't have it right in front of me, but it was along the lines of He feels a little out of place back home in Ohio. But again, rock your point is that that was 2016. Can you give someone a chance to make some changes? So guys hold hold on there, Jason. Let's you know, Let's walk this back just for you know, 20 seconds and for people who don't know, J D. Vance wrote the book. Hillbilly elegy, right? He's from Middletown. Middletown area grew up here, and as you just pointed out, Jason, he moved to a He's a Yale graduate. Correct? Yep. And, uh and is going on California very highly successful with that book. They made a movie of it that just came out last year. I believe so now And now the guy is, uh, is going forward with this. But proceed. Well, I mean, and I think your concern Jason Actually be a Johnny Come lately, right? Because to your point he hasn't been going to Republican work chair meetings for the last four years or six years or speaking at events or it's kind of like all of a sudden this guy appeared, and he has this Rock star kind of story. I guess your concern is that is he just doing this? Because all of a sudden you got this? I got some money, and he's got kind of a national backing. And okay, this sounds like a good idea. This will be cool run percent. That's And I can I can understand that. I mean, again when there's not maybe the the lifelong or the many years of doing things to help the party, you're doing things that are helping rural Americans and all that sort of thing I can understand, I guess And again, I'm not endorsing him. I want to find out more about him and every candidate. Here's where I kind of lie. And I'll kind of mapped this out. I am of the opinion that Ohio is a state. It's the working class and I think the Republicans moving forward if they want to win, they need to keep latching on to kind of what Trump brought forth. Which was this is the state. This is the party of the working class. And because of that, I think J. D.
860AM The Answer
"j d. vance" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"J d vance dot com trade events dot com support him because he's a threat to them is correct. But let's put flesh on that bone on that skeleton. He's a threat to them because of their interests and how they see their future Because for me, there's a much easier way of explaining why Donald Trump had to be taken down or why you're a problem. I'm a problem and tuck is a problem. Because of if you love America, And if you think America is good, that's enough to make you a target. Is that an oversimplification? J. D. I don't think it's an oversimplification at all. But also these people have gotten rich by plundering America and by plunder against middle class. The whole thing that's happened in the with China, For example, the last 30 years Is that you've got a lot of companies that decided they could get richer by employing Chinese slaves instead of by employing American workers, by the way, said a lot of American companies did not make that decision. There are good American manufacturers who are struggling desperately to try to make a good life in their own communities and not get in bed with the Chinese Communist Party. But the ones who got in bed with China they got a lot richer but at the cost of destroying their own countries, you're absolutely right. They basically hate the people who love their country. Whether it's in the business world of the political world. They recognize that if you really love this country, you try to build it. You try to invest that you try to teach Children to love this country and love its traditions. If you hate this place, then you try to tear all that down. Yeah, absolutely. We need more people like this who seen the beast from the inside Love. America has served this nation and now want to serve it in the swamp.
"j d. vance" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Trial. The first post Civil War battle over Civil rights and Voter Suppression. Great to Talk with you again, Scott. Hello, Melissa. It's always a pleasure. It feels to me like January six revealed some serious problems with former military and police officers being radicalized Couldn't an exploration being widely read of issues of race helped to address that? So I would agree 100% with that, So I mean, obviously, we know that groups like the proud boys Patriot Prayer with keepers, etcetera, etcetera have made no secret of the fact that they are encouraging their members to join the military as well as local police forces. I guess they have some sort of fantasy about someday being in a position of authority if they ever have to take over the United States government or something like that, so I think it's It's a problem that General Milley was certainly wise to raise. I hope it's not very extensive. In fact, we don't have good data to know how extensive neo Confederate white supremacist views are in the military. But it's certainly a concern and the military being one of the most integrated institutions in American society. You mentioned that 90% of all the active duty or African Americans and 40% of our people of color. Obviously you want to have an organization of that size be harmonious. And so you need people to understand each other, understand their backgrounds understand of special experiences. And so I think you said General Millie's offering the fairly commonsensical notion that hey, I should learn about all the people under my commands and understand how they think so that they can all work better together. J. D. Vance is an author of Hillbilly Elegy and thinks about working class folks, and it does seem to me that there's a working class overrepresentation in the military. Is that right? Well, I'm sure there's some degree. There's some truth to that in a sense that it's not a volunteer army, so it is self selected. And I think a lot of people who have don't have obvious pathways to success in business and other things. See the military is a great career or in a way to raise money for college. And so I do believe that people from the working class is probably are disproportionately represented, but I don't think it's on a racial basis is more on a class basis. Now What I want to do is take a very quick break here When we come back, I want to think a little bit more about how race works within the military for our understanding of patriotism as well..
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"j d. vance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Scott Ferris, author of Freedom On Trial. The first post Civil war battle over civil rights and voter suppression. Great to talk with you again, Scott. Hello, Melissa. It's always a pleasure. It feels to me like January six revealed some serious problems with former military and police officers being radicalized Couldn't an exploration being widely read of issues of race helped to address that? So I would agree 100% with that, Melissa. I mean, obviously, we know that groups like the proud boys, Patriot prayer oath keepers, etcetera, etcetera have, uh, made no secret of the fact that they are encouraging their members to join the military as well as local police forces. I guess they have some sort of fantasy about someday being in a position of authority if they ever have to take over the United States government or something like that, so I think it's It's a problem that General Milley was certainly wise to to raise. I hope it's not very extensive. In fact, we don't have good data to know how extensive neo Confederate white supremacist views are in the military. But it's certainly a concern and the military being one of the most integrated institutions in American society. You mentioned that 90% of all the active duty or African Americans and 40% of our people of color. Obviously what to have an organization of that size be harmonious. And so you need people to understand each other. Understand your backgrounds understand our special experiences, and so Because you said, General Millie's offering the fairly commonsensical notion that Hey, I should learn about all the people under my commands and understand how they think so that they can all work better together. J. D. Vance is an author of Hillbilly Elegy and and thinks about working class folks, and It does seem to me that there's a working class overrepresentation in the military. Is that right? Well, I'm sure there's some degree. There's some truth to that in a sense that it's no volunteer army, so it is self selected, and I think a lot of people who have don't have obvious pathways to success in business and other things. See the military is a great career or in a way to raise money for college. And so I do believe that people from the working class is probably are disproportionately represented, but I don't think it's on a racial basis is more on a class basis. Now What I want to do is take a very quick break here When we come back, I want to think a little bit more about how race works within the military for our understanding of patriotism.
WCBM 680 AM
"j d. vance" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Movement update and you can expect a big announcement today from former President Trump. He will make an important announcement. About his plans, not for 2024. Not yet because I think he has already kind of told us kind of, frankly and directly. He's running, but Social Media platform announcement coming today. Newsmax will carry the event live from Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, Big announcement coming today. Lot of speculation what that could be, Um, so it is. We understand that the former president plans to confront big social media companies for their decisions to block him. Like Twitter and Facebook. Now there's a new social media platform out there called Gator. G E T T E R I'm on it. Um, you should. You should get on it. It is not going to censor people. Uh, yeah, There's there's all sorts of wild things you'll see on it. Uh, but Jason Miller, the former Trump Adviser has launched this platform and already the number one downloaded free up on the iTunes store today. Get her You can get it. That's a phone app. Can get it for your computer. On an APP on your PC as well as your laptop, but it's G E t t E r. They are a little like red torch as one of the teas and it's it's promising. It's pretty easy to use, whereas some of the other alternatives parlor that is since it's come back, it's not been the same. And the few of the other ones, Telegram and Gap and all of those stuff. It's again. They all have their good parts. But right now it looks like get her look kinda looks to me like it's almost modeled after Twitter. I wonder if they're going to sue. Get it, but a lot of folks on there. Mike Pompeo is on their domestic Souza. Uh, Steve Bannon's the war room. Lot of folks already I've noticed on on get her Marjorie Taylor Green is on there as well. So I'm wondering, I'm wondering. President Trump is going to announce he's officially joining gutter today because it wouldn't make much sense to compete with Jason Miller. But then again, he might do his own thing. So I have to wait. It's 11 o'clock this morning. Conservative Maryland delegate Dan Cox, who was a pro trump Republican in this state, said he's running for governor in 2022. So again, That's a delegate Cox He was on this week with Pat McDonough here on the Wcbm. So that's good news. J. D. Vance is running for Senate in Ohio. He's now saying he regrets criticizing President Trump, he said. Quote like a lot of people like criticized Trump back in 2016. I asked folks not to judge me based on what I said in 2016, because I've been very open about the fact I did say those critical things. And I regret them and I regret being wrong about the guy. I think it was a good president. I think he made a lot of good decisions for people, and I think he took a lot of flak. Sounds like J. D. Vance is fishing for an endorsement. Of some sort. President Trump issued a statement yesterday, saying election reform must happen in swing states like Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin, Arizona, where voters have lost confidence. In their electoral process. The secretary of state in Pennsylvania allowed 21,000 deceased voting registrants dead people to remain on the voter rolls in the 2020 presidential election, a total disgrace. Todd Starnes, writing that Donald Trump is the only Republican who can stop the Democrats. Um, probably, although I think Rhonda Santas are probably getting a good A good run as well. And finally in Wisconsin, official says Mark Zuckerberg's funded group seized control of 2020 election and, uh, the other question is did Stacy Abrams Financial Group Fund A temporary agency. That's staffed the Fulton County elections that needs to be fully investigated as well. But stay tuned 11 o'clock this morning big announcement coming from former President Trump regarding social media, everybody for our country and for our Children, the best is yet to come. Indeed, in a, um Current Democrat congressman.
"j d. vance" Discussed on WTOP
"D. Vance is the best selling author and a Republican running for Senate and Ohio. Says tonight, though he regrets his since the leader Twitter Post that criticized Donald Trump ads is accused of flip flopping as he runs for that Senate seat. The author of the memoir, Hillbilly Elegy, started his campaign last week has come under fire, though, for deleting tweets from 2016 that were found by CNN's Andrew Kaczynski, including one in which he said he was voting for Evan McMullin. And another calling Trump reprehensible because of his views towards immigrants. Muslims, etcetera, Dmitry talked more about it with Politico's national political correspondent MEREDITH McGraw. Well, J. D. Vance isn't the first politician. He's certainly not the last whose regretted what he said in the past about Donald Trump. And now that he's entered the Ohio Senate primary. He is trying to like all of the other candidates running when over Trump and potentially when his endorsement to and going along with that he went on Fox. News today to say that he regrets some of the comments that he's made about Trump in the past, and they hopes voters can look past that. But J. D. Vance is really an interesting candidate in a very crowded field. He was sort of brought up by his bootstraps. He went off to join the Marines and Yale Law School and Then he wrote a best selling book, hillbilly elegy that really captured sort of the zeitgeist of the Trump era, the disgruntled white Appalachian voters that Donald Trump really captured their attention and their imagination, certainly in 2016 and then again in 2020, even though he lost, but it's a very crowded primary field. There are five candidates running and all of them have been vying for Trump's endorsement. I was at the rally last weekend in Cleveland, Ohio, where all of them made an appearance. Although Trump did not make an endorsement, and he's not expected to, according to his aides, But J. D. Vance has the support of Peter Thiel, who is a Republican donor supporter. He started PayPal, and he put $10 million into a super PAC to support J. D. Vance. But others in the race have the backing of Trump allies. It's going to be an interesting race. I've been told not to expect any endorsement from Trump anytime soon. CNN's on earth scene of J. D. Vance has come Comments from 2016 when he said he would vote for Evan McMullin instead, certainly throw and wrench into his candidacy, But we'll have to see how things go. I might be operating with an old playbook. But I thought J. D Vance would be the type of candidate who not only would explain to us here on the coasts. What's going on with the thinking of Trump voters, but also be a guy that maybe you would try to separate himself from Donald Trump. But it seems that he realizes he's got to do this. If he stands any chance of winning, you know, you know how I? Oh, we've seen candidates like John Kosek. We've seen Rob Portman. They were more moderate Republicans. But really with the Senate primary field, they've all taken a turn towards the Trumpian. And they've all been very eager to try to get his attention and try to.
860AM The Answer
"j d. vance" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And if you'd read J. D. Vance's hillbilly elegy You would have understood why the game stop. Robin Hood. Wall Street story. Is pure Maga. So what really happened last weekend? Here? I have to give credit to my 21 year old son who's been in Robin Hood. He's been updating me every day on his investments on Robin Hood on what's going on on read it, So I went, I had a competitive advantage. The big boys. Melvin Capital, Citron, the hedge funds sort company, a brick and mortar video game store called Gamestop, and they wanted to crush it because they said that They'll never transform into the Internet age. They won't be able to what Netflix did, so they shorted it. They bet on its stock plummeting. And when the subreddit on that media page that social media app Of young guys of average Americans said. Hey, that's wrong. We love games. Stop! We're gonna buy shares. They pumped up the price of that share. More than 700%. Day event or David's took on Goliath. And they won. On one level. Anybody who loves free market should love this story. But I don't know that. It's about the little guy versus the establishment. On the establishment winning And it that in the establishment Losing to the little guy. That Is exactly why we elected Donald Trump. Represent the forgotten men and women across America. Maga is stronger than ever. It's up to us..