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Claremont Institute Fellow Jeremy Carl on Anti-White Discrimination

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 2 hrs ago

Claremont Institute Fellow Jeremy Carl on Anti-White Discrimination

"The great successes of the Trump presidency that I don't think he got enough credit for president Trump was what he was able to do with the federal bench. One of the reasons why I support Donald Trump in 2024 is because of how clear and courageous he was in putting constitutionalist judges on both the Supreme Court and on the federal bench. It's a little nerdy and wonky, not everybody enjoys hearing about it, but these are people with enormous amounts of power. To interpret the constitution of whether or not your liberties and freedoms deserve to be protected or taken away. Someone's been really tracking someone's in tracking this in a really interesting way. I met him a year and a half ago at the Claremont institute deal. The Lincoln fellowship was tons of fun. I'm actually in the middle of another Claremont class right now, which is very challenging and worthwhile. And he's done some fabulous research on this and I look forward to discussing it with him. Jeremy Karl is with us. Jeremy, welcome to the program. Much, Charlie. Pleasure to be on. So Jeremy, walk us through your tweet and explain it to us where you say, quote, anti white discrimination in the Biden administration is universal, not just in the judiciary. What do you mean by that? Well, I mean, I think if you look throughout the administration, not just in the judiciary, you see just kind of blatant, not just like a thumb on the scale type of affirmative action, but a huge load of bricks where being dumped on the scale where race and gender and whether you're transgender or whatever other alphabet soup you can hit is more relevant than your actual qualifications to do the job. And at one level as a conservative, I'm kind of happy about that because it makes them less competent. On the other hand, as somebody who would like the government to run well and for people to be judged on merit, it's a very bad thing.

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Just Admit Y'all Was Wrong!

The Officer Tatum Show

01:15 min | 9 hrs ago

Just Admit Y'all Was Wrong!

"So Joe Biden talks about COVID and they use these terms like COVID, should our country down? No, you should know Trump said our country. Y'all should your government should our country down? In our schools. Y'all had no business doing this. My producer the forgotten man gave me an article and I didn't get to do it on the show, but it's kids are a hundred times less likely to be sick from COVID or have reaction to COVID is adults. I believe that's what the article said. And but y'all shut the stews down. Just admit you I was wrong, y'all know what the F y'all doing. Can you just admit that? Can you admit Doctor Fauci's a fraud? Just admit it. You ain't gotta do nothing, just admit that y'all don't know what y'all doing and y'all screwed us. Because we have this idea that the people who are running our government that they are smart and that they are acting in our best interests. And then they actually know what they're doing. No, they are here. Listen, they out here guessing. I'm telling you, they get Doctor Fauci. Doctor Fauci don't know what he's talking about. They don't know nothing about the virus. All he knows is he was a part of gain of function research at the Wuhan lab. And he probably don't know what virus got out.

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Christopher Miller: Trump Offered Dems Support Prior to Jan. 6

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 10 hrs ago

Christopher Miller: Trump Offered Dems Support Prior to Jan. 6

"I want to ask you a couple questions Were you in the meeting January 3rd or January 4th cash Patel and others In which president Trump offered or authorized national guardsmen to protect the capital Yeah I was there And that's been totally that's been totally misinterpreted by so many politically motivated quote unquote news outlets and politicians Yes we were there President was quite clear He said provide whatever support you need to the doggone federal and local officials to protect protesters and demonstrators that day Yeah I was with cash Did he mention the National Guard as cash has said and others have said Oh yeah Yeah That's all in the up and up You know the National Guard as you know but a lot of your listeners you know learning about this the National Guard he controls the National Guard in the District of Columbia because it's not a state normally the governor does but since there's no governor the president does he delegate the debt authority to me and I was so I was in charge of the National Guard for that for that episode and for those events So yep cash was there and president And he also called me I think on the 5th and talked about it So yeah he was very clear about provide whatever support you need and gave me the authorization to provide whatever that was requested

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Christopher Miller: Trump Never Implied a Military Coup

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 10 hrs ago

Christopher Miller: Trump Never Implied a Military Coup

"Wouldn't it be strange to be authorized in whatever assistant was needed to protect the building and the people and including the National Guard and then to encourage an insurrection Don't you think that would be weird Well Mark you're a lawyer You know as well as I do Capitol Hill is controlled by the legislative branch and the military and the executive branch works for the president and if you go up on Capitol Hill with military force without an invite from leadership there we know what that's called that's called a military coup Was it going to be party to that and the president absolutely and no way shape or form ever in that even implied that the military would be used inappropriately So yeah I think that's kind of why I wrote the book man I was like the rest of the story needs to be told I got really upset because you know we swear the great people that serve our country in the armed forces They're sworn to uphold and protect and defend the constitution and to have these politicians and stuff imply that they would violate their oath of office is just reprehensible to me

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Caller: Highlight of the Night Was Republican Jeers

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:03 min | 15 hrs ago

Caller: Highlight of the Night Was Republican Jeers

"Well, I listen to the speech last night and, you know, I'd like to start that folks security they're going to take it away. They're going to take away the welfare. That's all I can start screaming about normally. But the rest of that speech, he sounded like a manure salesman with a mouth full of samples. And that really kind of got to me, you know, when I especially, when they all started cheering him about certain things, and then when they started moving, that rule familiar the highlight of the speech, really. Well, I'm glad they did, Jim. I mean, the guys out there and he's openly lying about you to the entire nation. You're darn right, you're going to fight back. Oh, yeah, I agree with you. And I just hope that, you know, that everybody can see what's going on in this country and go back to some of the old times when Trump was in there and everything was running real smooth. We had border security. We had everything. I mean, I just don't, you know, it's just, I just hope American public can see what's going on, both Democrats and Republicans and put somebody in there that's come on.

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Is Sarah Huckabee Sanders Vying for a VP Ticket?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:29 min | 15 hrs ago

Is Sarah Huckabee Sanders Vying for a VP Ticket?

"There's a new CNN poll out there that says well over 70% of you thought the president did a good job last night. Over 40% of Republicans said that the president did a good job as well. What was your take? How do you think Sarah Huckabee Sanders did with the Republican rebuttal? I thought she bottled pretty darn well. And that's always a hard speech. And go back to Marco Rubio with the glass of water, where he was chugging water, remember that tobacco, and then you had Bobby jindal, the governor of Louisiana, he was supposed to be the next darling of the Republicans, and the guy sped red through the entire speed. Nobody could understand what the guy was saying. He was talking so fast. But I thought Sarah Huckabee Sanders did a fine job. She really did illustrate the point that the Republican Party is the party of the future. She is the youngest governor in America. 40 years old. President Biden by comparison is 80 years old. It was a rather striking comparison. So I'm curious to get your take on Biden and Sanders. Part of me wondered if Sanders was maybe maybe running for a vice presidential slot. On a Trump ticket. Could be, but I don't think so. 8

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Sean Davis: How Gingrich, Trump & DeSantis Stand Out

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 16 hrs ago

Sean Davis: How Gingrich, Trump & DeSantis Stand Out

"He's probably the first governor in a long time to take on almost this Reagan esque profile Where Reagan didn't use the mild color he told for bold color differences between the parties you know Desantis has done that down here in Florida won by a landslide He took on the culture wars He took on the tax debate He took on big business things we should be fighting while these other governors are winning by a hair in these blood red states I mean I really believe he's one of the first guys in a long time In decades who really understands what you just said that power is there in a political constitutional republic to be used not to be just sit there and caressed and petted like some kind of lapdog You absolutely read my mind because I was thinking of this Anna during our conversation about someone who's not been afraid And when you look I'll say over the last 20 years that Republican politicians who kind of understand the game three stand out to me First with gingrich who understood that you don't play the media's game When they come to you with false premises and lies you call them out on it and you take a big old dump on them in front of everyone Trump taught us that you can talk about issues the way normal people talk about them And you don't have to be cowed by people calling you names for saying obvious things like maybe we shouldn't be allowing the importation to murderers and drug cartels and all that And then I think the Santa's third his taught yes you can use power that you have won an election to do great things for the people in great things for the country And the only thing about desantis that disappoints me is that we don't have more governors doing exactly what he's doing There are governors and states who won by 20 or 30% Recall that desantis in this first election won by 10,000 votes And there's people who won by orders of magnitude more than that who are just doing a fraction of what he's doing because they're timid and scared So my only disappointment with desantis is that we don't have more of him in every state in the country doing what he's doing

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The Reason for the Nixon/Trump Venom With John O'Connor

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:29 min | 16 hrs ago

The Reason for the Nixon/Trump Venom With John O'Connor

"It seems like the Nixon and Trump situations are somewhat anomalous. And by that, I mean, they didn't seem to. They tried to go after Reagan on Iran contra. I'm sure they weren't happily happy with either HW or Joe or W, but it seems that there's a particular venom that I see with Nixon and now resurrected with Trump. What is the reason for that? It's all visceral. When the recent Watergate shows were on, like one produced by John dean on CNN. Every now and then, they just gratuitously throw in Trump. Oh, yes, Trump and Nixon. They're both can be cartoonish figures to the left. And Nixon was never a Hollywood guy. He was never a great glad hander, like Bill Clinton was always charming. John Kennedy starring Barack Obama's charming. Trump, to a lot of people, rushed people the wrong way. He's a bull in the China shop, and that's why he got elected, frankly, because people were disgusted with the China shop. So they're very much similar in that sense, what I would say about Nixon is he both of them have sort of a certain contentious personality and so when met with issues, Nixon becomes cheerless Trump becomes combative and it's easy to say, oh, look at this guy. He's a terrible guy. That's all it is. It's visceral. Nothing, not a lot of substance to it.

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Trial Attorney John O'Connor on Biden's Classified Documents Scandal

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:26 min | 16 hrs ago

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.

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Loving the Jeering by Republicans During SOTU

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 17 hrs ago

Loving the Jeering by Republicans During SOTU

"Mark, I could tell, is uncomfortable with Republicans heckling or jeering or booing or shouting out during a State of the Union speech. And it hit me last night, why do I love this so much? Why do I, why did I love these moments so much? And you know why? Because it's a perfect metaphor for the way trumpism has upended the Republican establishment. It's not business as usual anymore. It can't be as Sarah Huckabee Sanders put it last night. You got to decide between normal and crazy. They're asking us to accept crazy. And we can't do it anymore. And so when Biden lies, if the State of the Union, first of all, do you remember Trump State of the Union, how the big criticism was? Well, it was dark. It was foreboding. They didn't say he lied through his teeth over and over and over again like Biden did. I mean, it was lie after lie. Pretending that somehow he's rescuing the economy, creating jobs. He is in creating a damn job. Pardon my language. He's not job creating. He shut the country down, and the jobs are finally coming back after the lockdown. You can't take credit for that. Are you kidding me?

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Biden & Democrats Have Failed You

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 17 hrs ago

Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Biden & Democrats Have Failed You

"White House press secretary under Donald Trump really shining last night. Here's how she wrapped up her tremendous State of the Union Republican response. America is great because we are free. But today, our freedom is under attack. And the America we love is in danger. President Biden and the Democrats have failed you. And it's time for a change. A new generation of Republican leaders are stepping up. Not to be caretakers of the status quo. But to be change makers for the American people. We know not what the future holds. But we know who holds the future in his hands. And with God is our witness, we will show the world that America is still the place where freedom rains and liberty will never die. Thank you. God bless you and God bless America. Home run. Anybody who didn't see that as a home run has a bias. It doesn't like Republicans. It doesn't want her to be successful. Home run. By Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the governor of Arkansas last night.

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Impersonator Shawn Farash Shares 'Trump's Response' to SOTU

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 18 hrs ago

Impersonator Shawn Farash Shares 'Trump's Response' to SOTU

"Here was the official Trump response to last night's dreadful State of the Union Check this out The 2023 State of the Union address or as I call it the wonders of Adderall the slur of the union started out with a kiss Kamala's husband planted a big wet one on the mouth of doctor Jill they call it doctor Jill like Peter stroke at least the page no Peter I love you Lisa I love you too The FBI lovebirds What are those grace Sleepy Joe Biden used the word folks more than I've ever used the phrase believe me which is a lot what do you think about it Believe me And I want to congratulate sleepy Joe for creating more new words than any president in the history of our great country He says the State of the Union is strong and that's fake news China's flying balloons over our great country and we will only be strong when I return to The White House and make America great again Amazing Justin amazing response by president Trump the guy he really knows how to put it together afterwards and just get right to the points He threw all the nonsense there Fact checkers back checkers calm down Calm down Bill Dee McCarthy In particular diaper off relax stop peeing in it calm down That's a joke That is of course our good friend the greatest Trump imitation voice out there even better than Trump Come on if you're listening on radio and you're not watching me on Fox nation or looking at the video and you already saw it on rumble Be honest you thought that could have been president Trump right That's our friend Sean Parrish You can follow him on Twitter He's captain deplorable He's at at Sean underscore Ferris FAR ASH It's just amazing He does make up a lot of words

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders Would Make a Formidable VP

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 19 hrs ago

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Would Make a Formidable VP

"Go to cut number 35 on how the president has served you. Good evening. I'm Sarah. Huckabee Sanders. Being a mom to three young children taught me not to believe every story I hear. So forgive me for not believing much of anything. I heard tonight from President Biden. From out of control inflation and violent crime to the dangerous water crisis and threat from China. Biden and the Democrats have failed you. They know it and you know it. And it's time for a change. Now, the last cut from governor Sanders is the one I want you to hear because I hadn't really thought about her as a formidable choice for vice president. But last night, I'm talking to Mike Pompeo is running against former president Trump who's running against Ron DeSantis. He's running against Christian who's running against Juan yunkin and running against Greg Abbott and running a Nikki Haley. And I thought to myself, here we've got a vice presidential candidate. You know, I think Tim Scott's probably going to be the vice presidential candidate, but Sarah Huckabee Sanders knows how to deliver the goods,

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Former President Trump Responds to SOTU

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:39 sec | 19 hrs ago

Former President Trump Responds to SOTU

"Donald Trump released a response video after the speech cut number 39. Here's the real State of the Union. Over the past two years, under Biden millions and millions of illegal aliens from 160 different countries have stormed across our southern border, drug cartels are now raking in billions of dollars from smuggling poison to kill our people and to kill our children, savage killers, rapists, and violent criminals are being released from jail. So you get the idea of the president was not happy and maybe a little bit later, I'll play that in the after show. I will definitely play the Mike Pompeo interview and the grand old pot.

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Hunter Biden's laptop tossed into Republican investigation machine with hearing Wednesday

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

Hunter Biden's laptop tossed into Republican investigation machine with hearing Wednesday

"Lawmakers on Capitol Hill want former executives with Twitter to tell them more about decisions surrounding Hunter Biden's laptop and the platform's treatment of Donald Trump. Republican House oversight committee chairman James comer, says Americans deserve answers about Twitter's decision in the weeks before the 2020 election to block a New York Post article about the contents of a laptop belonging to the president's son, Hunter Biden, Homer spoke at the national press club last week. We're going to talk to Twitter in place because I think there's a lot of misconceptions about the laptop. For today's hearing, Republicans subpoenaed Twitter's former chief legal officer, vija gatti, James baker, and Joel Roth, Twitter's former head of safety and integrity, Democrats are calling up Annika Collier navy. Formally, with Twitter's content moderation team, who last year testified about Twitter's preferential treatment of Donald Trump until he was banned after the capitol riot, the hearing is an opening act into what GOP lawmakers promise will be widespread investigation into

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Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy Discusses AT&T's Big Censorship Move

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 1 d ago

Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy Discusses AT&T's Big Censorship Move

"Is a top 16 channel of all there's a couple of hundred cable channels they pay. We're top 16. We're top four and it was top 16 overall. So there's probably a hundred channels lower than us in the ratings. That they keep that have high fees, newsmax, they run around and take newsmax wanted an excessive fee. We wanted $1 per cable subscriber per year. It's one of the cheapest that CNN gets $14. What? For nothing. For nothing. Well, for liberal propaganda, but you have to remember AT&T's awoke company. You know, they were the ones that weaponized CNN against Trump and the Republicans when they owned it. The chairman of the AT&T board is William kennard. He was Obama's chairman and the FCC. There's a whole bunch of Obama Clinton people at the board. So that Alan Dershowitz is just set on newsmax on the website we have it today that this is a cover for political reasons. They're using economic. He said, this was political bias. This was ideology. There's no reason newsmax should have been deplatformed, but other than their cleaning up their channel guide for the 24 elections, they don't want people to have a voice that are dissenting from the liberal establishment.

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John Zmirack on the William F. Buckley-Pat Buchanan Relationship

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 1 d ago

John Zmirack on the William F. Buckley-Pat Buchanan Relationship

"Know what William F. Buckley thought of Buchanan because I loved Buckley, but I just wonder, were they friendly and maybe disagreed on some things or did Buckley have disdain for Pat Buchanan? They were friendly for a while and then it was sort of a crossroads in the 90s where Buckley basically had to decide is natural review going to continue to be a conservative magazine. I will be morph it into a neoconservative magazine. And for a while, when he retired, he appointed John O'sullivan to be the editor, and it was an authentically conservative magazine. For various reasons, it sort of murky behind the scenes, Buckley decided to fire Gino Sullivan and replace him with rich flowery, and the magazine became a neoconservative rag. To the point where I go entire months without remembering that national review even still exists. And I don't know anyone who reads it. I don't know anyone who takes it seriously. I never see the article shared anywhere. It seems to have as much interest as the daily worker has. But you're kind of you're skipping ahead because I don't know that we want to conflate the never Trump magazine of the latter latter years with what it was then. No, this is what it was turning into. But decided the magazine is going to go in a neoconservative direction. And he got rid of the more conservative traditional conservative people and he brought on people like Jonah Goldberg and David frum who would move it in that direction. And

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Some People Will Defend Donald Trump to the Bitter End

The Officer Tatum Show

01:52 min | 1 d ago

Some People Will Defend Donald Trump to the Bitter End

"I know that there's some people that don't like what I have to say about Trump. It's like it's funny because some people would defend Trump to the bitter end. It's like, I'm not defending me. Attacking another conservative who's probably the biggest conservative in the game is just makes you look bad. Y'all not in a beef. You just throwing shots and he ain't even thought about you one time. At least this is what it appears. Maybe he is mad at Trump is saying this. But publicly, he haven't said anything about Trump. Trump is literally sneak dissing on truth social on a platform he created that there is nowhere near as big of a platform as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, it's just not a good look, man. It's like, some people believe he legitimately lost elections, some people don't. Regardless, he ate the president. And you ain't even on social media. You don't choose social. And the reason that you're not probably going to go on social media, because you got a financial interest in true social. So you can't go on other social media platforms. And they know you can. So they're going to say, we're going to lift the band and allow Trump back on Twitter. Well, you know, he can't go on Twitter, but it just makes him look bad because to me it's going to expose that it's the financial interest. It's not the American people that he's concerned with at this point. And that may be contractual. There may not be as far. I mean, he decides to go start his own network, which I have mixed emotions about.

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"j trump" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

10:22 min | Last month

"j trump" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Upon the sequel's release a case for Avatar this week on Intuit vultures pop culture podcast. What do you think today explain this? I don't know. Andrew prokop vox, the House select committee looking into the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol is wrapping up its inquiry this week. They're going to release a thousand page report that will surely be a top of most Americans holiday reading list, but just in case it isn't, they released a hundred page executive summary of the report that's coming out later this week. What the heck is in it? They put together all of the evidence and testimony and weave it into a sort of central narrative trying to make the point that this was very much a deliberate and planned effort on Trump's part and making the case that he broke the law in several specific ways. No man who would behave that way at that moment in time can ever serve in any position of authority in our nation again. They say, here are the crimes, essentially. And the committee voted on Monday to officially recommend Trump's referral for prosecution for these crimes by the U.S. Justice Department. Number one, obstruction of an official proceeding. That is the January 6th counting of the electoral votes in Congress and the transfer of power. Title 18 section 1512 C, which makes it unlawful for anyone to corruptly obstruct influence or impede any official proceeding of the United States government. They argued that by trying to prevent the transfer of power, trying to get Mike Pence to overturn the outcome and getting his supporters to make trouble. Trump was trying to obstruct that official proceeding, which is illegal. We believe that the evidence described by my colleagues today and assembled throughout our hearings, warrants a criminal referral of former president Donald J Trump, John eastman, and others for violations of this statute. Number two, conspiracy to defraud the United States. In other words, to make an agreement to impair obstruct or defeat the lawful functions of the United States government by deceitful or dishonest means. This is a pretty broad statute that we've seen often in the Mueller investigation, other corruption investigations that the Justice Department can use when they think that a public official or anyone really is trying to abuse their power to prevent the government from fulfilling its official functions and in this case that function would be recognizing the lawful and accurate result of the election and turning power over to the rightful winner Joe Biden. Number three is conspiracy to make a false statement. The evidence clearly suggests that president Trump conspired with others to submit slates of fake electors to Congress and the national archives. He said that Wisconsin and Pennsylvania and Michigan and Georgia, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, that they were going to put together a slate of Trump electors from each of these states. And they were going to submit them to Congress and say, these are the electors from the state. So the goal here was to get those into the hands of vice president Mike Pence, who was supposed to open the envelopes of the electoral votes and read them out. And Trump wanted Pence to say, oh, I've got two sets of electors from this state. I don't know what to do about it. Maybe we shouldn't count them or that Congress would have to vote on what to do about it. But the committees position is that this was essentially fraud. They were creating a list of electors that were not the true lectures from the state that was a lying list of electors and that deserves to be officially prosecuted. And then number four is assisting an insurrection against the United States. It is a grave federal offense. Anchored in the constitution itself, which repeatedly opposes insurrections and domestic violence. And indeed, it uses participation in insurrection by office holders as automatic grounds for disqualification from ever holding public office again at the federal or state level for crimes there in their opinion and then they will refer it to the Justice Department for the consideration of recently appointed special counsel Jack Smith. The committee has developed significant evidence that president Trump intended to disrupt the peaceful transfer transition of power under our constitution. And what does that mean referred to the Department of Justice? Because this is coming from Congress, does that carry any more weight than some guy mailing the Department of Justice a letter saying, hey, I think my neighbor is committing bank fraud. So I think the context for this has changed over the course of the year. There was a debate earlier in 2022 about whether the committee should recommend charges against Donald Trump, should make this criminal referral. The referral does not procedurally do anything. It does not force the Justice Department's hands. It's a recommendation from Congress. It says this is what we think. Now, they have made already this committee and the House have made two recommendations for prosecution that the Justice Department did act on. They indicted Steve Bannon and Peter Navarro, both former Trump advisers for refusing to comply with the subpoenas that the committee offered. So the Justice Department actually swung into action pretty quickly on those. But those were kind of special cases because that's the committee saying, we think that these people to find our subpoenas and we think you should prosecute them for that. They also recommend it to other people, Mark Meadows, and Dan scavino, other Trump White House officials be charged for the same thing, but the department declined to prosecute them. So it's really up to the Justice Department to decide what to do. Now, at the beginning of this year, it wasn't totally clear how intensely the Justice Department was investigating Trump himself for his involvement in January 6th. And what they were thinking about it criminally. So in that context, it was possible that perhaps the committee's recommendation could be a wake-up call to the Justice Department, a call to action, say, hey, we think this is really important. And you should go after it. But over the course of the year, DoJ's investigation has seemed to grow a lot more serious and a lot more intense. The subpoenas have been flying. The special counsel has been appointed. They're clearly looking at this very seriously. So as compared to yesterday, will the decision to make these criminal referrals today change anything about DoJ's mind? I don't think so. Was the whole process of unearthing new evidence undertaken by the committee helpful in shifting DoJ's thinking on this topic, that is possible. So was it just the former president or were there criminal referrals for anyone else? So the committee also referred several other people mostly lawyers for Trump who were deeply involved in this effort to overturn the election results. They were John eastman, Kenneth bro, Rudy Giuliani, and Jeffrey Clark, Clark being the Justice Department official who Trump considered appointing to put in charge of the Justice Department and who wanted to enlist DoJ into clearing the election results were false and untrustworthy and that state legislators should disregard them. By that point in time, election related litigation was over in all or nearly all of these states. And Trump campaign election lawyers realized that the fake slates were unjustifiable on any grounds and may be unlawful. In spite of these concerns and the concerns of individuals in The White House counsel's office, president Trump and others preceded with this plan, there was also Mark Meadows Trump's former chief of staff for just being involved in this whole effort. Meadows is interesting because, yeah, Meadows transcends the legal team he was in the administration, but but I feel like this stuff could apply to some members of Congress, too. Yeah, so there were also some members of Congress who the committee referred to the House ethics committee for them to look into what they did. This includes likely next speaker Kevin McCarthy, as well as likely next to House judiciary committee chair Jim Jordan. Representative Scott Perry, who was involved in this Jeffrey Clark Justice Department scheme and also representative Andy Biggs. Doozy. But those referrals were generally in connection to them not testifying before the committee in response to its subpoenas. They didn't really try to issue a final assessment of the legality of the behavior of various members of Congress who were involved in Trump's scheme. And I know all of this feels sort of familiar and even maybe slow moving to people who believe something very detrimental to our democracy, transpired on January 6th, 2021, but as a reminder, has anything like this ever happened before, criminal referrals from Congress to the Department of Justice against a former president. No, did anything like January 6th ever happen before? Also, no,

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"j trump" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:11 min | 2 months ago

"j trump" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Is the judge who is in the middle of sanctioning lawyers for participating in the Trump versus Clinton nonsense suit that we've talked about. The request to the 49 separate defendants of, hey, you know, you could all get in on this if you want. So yeah, here's somebody who has neither the time nor the patients to deal with Donald Trump's shenanigans who drew the request for an injunction to have that court step in and enjoin the attorney general letitia James from quote requesting demanding obtaining possessing or disclosing a copy of the 2020 and 2022 amendments to his revocable trust. The response came in yesterday. It is delightful. I'm going to read the opening paragraph, which is there is no emergency requiring the court to grant the extraordinary relief of a temporary injection. Instead, there's just a disgruntled litigant Donald J Trump, who impermissibly seeks to evade the jurisdiction of a New York State court that is presiding over an enforcement action alleging pervasive fraud and illegality by him and others in the conduct of his New York based businesses and had issues and has issued a number of rulings that he considers unfavorable. And then there are essentially 5 arguments. These are great arguments with one asterisk. I'll tell you the asterisk one. But there's no doubt in my mind that the court is going to that judgmental Brooks is going to deny the request for an injunction and if this is going nowhere. So the New York enforcement action will continue to be able to give this just a monitor, but they can see whenever Donald Trump tries to move money in or out of his life organizations. The business version of having a breathalyzer on your steering wheel. Exactly. That's exactly how into this. And if there's any certain percentage of fraud or grift, you don't get to do it. You just have to you just have to tell them when you're moving money in or out. We talked about this in a previous episode. This is not a manager or appointing a guardian or appointing a receiver over the Trump market. That would be the next steps, right? If there is pervasive fraud in and out. Tis James will be able to go to court and say, look, sorry, you've got to appoint a receiver. That would be huge because in addition to all of the fines that they could get the receiver is entitled to get paid out of the proceeds of the organization. And this will be a $2000 an hour lawyer who will have every incentive to drive around with the meter running. Podcast co host. Attorney general James, yeah, I would be happy to serve as receiver for the Trump board. You should appoint the law office as a P and for Torres. And I promise you we will do that in an efficient and thorough manner. So the arguments raised are really good, right? So a, the suit names to James, but has no personal jurisdiction over to James. She's the New York attorney general. She hasn't done anything in Florida. She hasn't done anything specific to injure Donald Trump in Florida. The only reason it affects Florida is because he moved down to Florida. So you literally have no jurisdiction. You have no power over me. Right? That is related to argument number two that the interstate sovereign immunity. How is that the first time I thought of that quote in relation to like jurisdiction and wow, you know what that is, right? The latter? Fantastic. Wow. But we do something for 659 episodes. And there's still 80s quotes that we haven't thought of impaired with law stuff. Just saying. So interstate sovereign immunity and think about this, this is why we don't sue the hell out of Ken Paxton in New York every time he breathes, right? That is states through their elected officials are immune from being sued by other states. There is a big exception to this called the ex parte young doctrine and that's worthy of a deep dive can't do it here. So I'm just flagging that because we're going to get you to talk about export data. I will, I promise, but not that. And you didn't bring up the four chord song, so. From axis of awesome, so there's no way that you possibly cover this arm. Just teasing. Argument number three preclusion. You already litigated this in New York. You asked a New York court for the exact same relief and they said, no, stop it, right? You can't continue to form shop and relitigate the same question over and over again, even though that's all you do. And even though judge cannon probably wouldn't have cared. D, the rooker Feldman doctrine, and I'm just going to read you the description from the James briefing because I couldn't summarize it any better than this. The Rucker Feldman doctrine bars quote cases brought by state court losers. Complaining of injuries caused by state court judgments rendered before the federal district court proceedings commenced and inviting district court review and rejection of those arguments. So yeah, you can't lose in state court and then go into a federal court and guy. I want you to take a look at what the state court did. Now get out of here. And then obviously the 5th set of arguments are, by the way, you suck on the merits, right? There's no irreparable harm. The court may get there out of completeness, but you don't need to. The four previously dispositive arguments when you put them all together, I think, are going to knock this case out. But you know, it's possible judgmental Brooks in trying to bulletproof the opinion before the 11th circuit says, yeah, this is, this is so multiply wrong that even if we've got to the merits, my determination would be that there was no irreparable harm and no likelihood of success on the merits, so, you know, call. Bottom line there is, yeah, the 1.6 million in fines not great. 250 million in disgorgement would be real punishment for the Trump work. And again, remember Donald Trump is named personally in the New York attorney general civil suit. A lot of Russian high rise loans or whatever, however he felt. Absolutely. Absolutely. All right, we're going to try to squeeze in some more bullet points here. It's just so much fun these days. I love this next. Jack Smith? Yeah, our first set so don't have copies because they're subpoenas, so I've got to go buy The Washington Post reporting. But special counsel Jack Smith has served subpoenas in Maricopa County, Arizona, Wayne county, Michigan, and Milwaukee and Dane counties in Wisconsin.

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"j trump" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"j trump" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"So you look at that, there are three intent provisions in that criminal code. And they were able to secure a conviction against the Trump organization really without any specific testimony as to each of those elements, right? There was some from weisselberg, but I would argue fairly ambiguous with respect to the organization. Or falsifying business records in the first degree, person is guilty of falsifying business records in the first degree when he commits the crime of falsifying business records in the second degree and when his intent to defraud includes an intent to commit another crime or to aid or conceal in the commission thereof. And again, these are examples where the jury had no difficulty inferring specific intent from the conduct and the documents and the birthday parties. Yeah, and so everybody who's been saying, well, you know, like prosecutors aren't going to bring an 18 USC 7 93 charge because you're going to have to show with intent to keep your records Trump held. No, man, we just did that. And yes, we just did that where the stakes are nothing in penalties. But that's a proof of concept. We were able to show, yeah, it doesn't matter that it's Donald Trump, doesn't matter that what if there's a maga person on the jury, I've been saying that the Paul Manafort model is the model there. None of those were considerations. There was no problem in improving multiple forms of nefarious intent from just yet, look at this. Who would have engaged in this kind of behavior without nefarious intent, and the jurors like right? Absolutely. Yeah. So now, is there a way to make this actually have consequences, and that is the Tisch James civil student parallel against the Trump organization again? This has no criminal penalties, but it seeks disgorgement and civil penalties of a quarter of a $1 billion. Yeah, think of the Elon Musk situation. That would be real money. Remember also that attorney general James has gotten a court appointed monitor over the Trump businesses to show when they move money in or out. And that includes the Donald J Trump revocable trust which, by the way, halfway through these proceedings, Trump moved from New York to Florida. And so if you're thinking, gosh, I wonder how Donald Trump would like to sneak money out of the Trump org. He's flagged it for us. Through his revocable trust. And so what he did was move the revocable trust to Florida and then went to the exact same court drop box in Florida hoping to get judge cannon, but instead her judgmental Brooks instead. Any other judge. Exactly uniquely terrible. Exactly right. Ed judge middlebrooks is the judge who is in the middle of sanctioning lawyers for participating in the Trump versus Clinton nonsense suit that we've talked about. The request to the 49 separate defendants of, hey, you know, you could all get in on this if you want. So yeah, here's somebody who has neither the time nor the patients to deal with Donald Trump's shenanigans who drew the request for an injunction to have that court step in and enjoin the attorney general letitia James from quote requesting demanding obtaining possessing or disclosing a copy of the 2020 and 2022 amendments to his revocable trust. The response came in yesterday. It is delightful. I'm going to read the opening paragraph, which is there is no emergency requiring the court to grant the extraordinary relief of a temporary injection. Instead, there's just a disgruntled litigant Donald J Trump, who impermissibly seeks to evade the jurisdiction of a New York State court that is presiding over an enforcement action alleging pervasive fraud and illegality by him and others in the conduct of his New York based businesses and had issues and has issued a number of rulings that he considers unfavorable. And then there are essentially 5 arguments. These are great arguments with one asterisk. I'll tell you the asterisk one. But there's no doubt in my mind that the court is going to that judgmental Brooks is going to deny the request for an injunction and if this is going nowhere.

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"j trump" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:12 min | 2 months ago

"j trump" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"What's a few more crimes? That is the only plausible reason, because again, think about Morgan, like even if Morgan were not an honest person, I think her response would be like, no, man, like if you want to give me a bonus, the short, law firm, like you write the job, not committing tax for all. How about you commit the tax fraud? And use those profits to just cut me a normal bonus. That's right. Right. And so the question really before the jury was, was weisselberg, you know, running rogue or did he have the company's permission. And the companies were like, no, why soberg was the bad actor? Trump's lawyers said, we are here today because of one reason and one reason only because of the greed of Allen weisselberg. The prosecution was like a couple more reasons than that. Allen weisselberg didn't steal from the company. He stole with the company. The Trump corporation isn't the victim in this. Look, we're not stealing at you. We're stealing with you. Right. I think the best description of this, I'm going to steal directly from our friend and show contributor Liz Dai who wrote it above the law, put that in. The show notes, Liz writes, perhaps this was because it seemed to be common knowledge in the organization that several people in the C suite, including weisselberg, we're getting hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of housing and cars deducted from their salaries before filling in their W twos. Perhaps it was because no one got fired from the company when the supposed perfidious scheme was uncovered. Indeed, weisselberg testified that he remained at the company and got a birthday party on the day he supposedly flipped. That's why I had to how does a birthday party critical evidence of mens Rea? Had perhaps this is because until he became president, Trump himself signed the private school tuition checks for weisselberg's grandchildren that were later deducted from the accountant's top line salary. And again, the way in which that interface is Allen weisselberg CEO at the Trump organization for decades and over the past two decades, his income has his reported income has declined. So, you know, it is pretty rare for you to be like, yep. I'm now, I'm the chief financial officer. And they've decided to pay attention. You should be able to at the very least produce a bunch of documents or emails that's like, hey, we're failing as an organization. Can you take a picture or something, right? Wouldn't there be some reason? What it was was, essentially, you know, like I said with the Morgan example, like weisselberg and the Trump organization, clearly at the direction of Donald Trump himself, conspired to say, hey, man, instead of me pep. Why would I pay for your raises like a more with a flop than we could with it? Now, let's have the government pay for your raises by preferential tax treatment for all of us. So that's what happened. And now understanding that that's the background, these charges are charged so for example, four counts of filing a false instrument in the first degree. That is New York penal law, one 7 5.35 subsection one, class E felony. Not a classy felony. No class came up. In transcript problem, I think. Knowing that a written instrument contains a false statement or false information and with intent to defraud the state or any political subdivision, he or she, that is the defendant presents it to a public office with the knowledge or belief that it will be filed with registered or recorded in or otherwise become a part of the records of such public office. So you look at that, there are three intent provisions in that criminal code. And they were able to secure a conviction against the Trump organization really without any specific testimony as to each of those elements, right? There was some from weisselberg, but I would argue fairly ambiguous with respect to the organization. Or falsifying business records in the first degree, person is guilty of falsifying business records in the first degree when he commits the crime of falsifying business records in the second degree and when his intent to defraud includes an intent to commit another crime or to aid or conceal in the commission thereof. And again, these are examples where the jury had no difficulty inferring specific intent from the conduct and the documents and the birthday parties. Yeah, and so everybody who's been saying, well, you know, like prosecutors aren't going to bring an 18 USC 7 93 charge because you're going to have to show with intent to keep your records Trump held. No, man, we just did that. And yes, we just did that where the stakes are nothing in penalties. But that's a proof of concept. We were able to show, yeah, it doesn't matter that it's Donald Trump, doesn't matter that what if there's a maga person on the jury, I've been saying that the Paul Manafort model is the model there. None of those were considerations. There was no problem in improving multiple forms of nefarious intent from just yet, look at this. Who would have engaged in this kind of behavior without nefarious intent, and the jurors like right? Absolutely. Yeah. So now, is there a way to make this actually have consequences, and that is the Tisch James civil student parallel against the Trump organization again? This has no criminal penalties, but it seeks disgorgement and civil penalties of a quarter of a $1 billion. Yeah, think of the Elon Musk situation. That would be real money. Remember also that attorney general James has gotten a court appointed monitor over the Trump businesses to show when they move money in or out. And that includes the Donald J Trump revocable trust which, by the way, halfway through these proceedings, Trump moved from New York to Florida. And so if you're thinking, gosh, I wonder how Donald Trump would like to sneak money out of the Trump org. He's flagged it for us. Through his revocable trust. And so what he did was move the revocable trust to Florida and then went to the exact same court drop box in Florida hoping to get judge cannon, but instead her judgmental Brooks instead. Any other judge. Exactly uniquely terrible. Exactly right.

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"j trump" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"j trump" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"We are now going to speak to a young conservative who's very innovative and knowledgeable about the digital space. Someone on the front lines of reaching our youth, Ryan fournier. Ryan is the founder of students for Trump and describes himself as nuclear maga. I am too, Ryan. Ryan, I want to start out by asking you how you started students for Trump. You know, for me, it was kind of random. It was kind of on accident how all of this sort of became to be as what it is now. I believe I was in a JCPenney's with my mother and my grandmother. And I was watching Donald Trump sort of golden escalator announcement where he was coming out saying he's running for president in 2016. And I had a few thoughts to myself. One was, you know, this guy is both rich. You know, he's a white guy. back to both of the elections we lost to Obama and why did those guys lose? What was because they were both, of course, white. They were rich, but the one thing that they had missing was that they had no clue whatsoever how to connect with Middle America, but here you have this guy, Donald J Trump, the you're fired guy from the apprentice, you know, giving all these speeches. I think I watched this video of his announcement probably a month or two after he announced. And so by then there had already been speeches, their dirty bin, maybe a debater, so. And I was watching him and I was like, man, this guy is like the golden nugget because it's not that he's whiter that he's rich. You know, he transcends that, but he knows how to actually get down in the trenches and have a conversation with an everyday everyday Americans. And that's what sold me on this guy. If anyone among the crowd of 17 plus contenders that we had during that primary, it was going to be Donald J Trump that was going to be the coordinated queen herself, Hillary Clinton, and so we started this social media accounts. That turned into a volunteer grassroots movement. And then in 2019, a partnership with turning point action in Charlie Kirk, so I think we did all the right things. It wasn't easy, but at the end of the day, we've made some tremendous strides and we're going to keep doing that going here into 2022 and 24. Well, congratulations on all your success. It's amazing. What do you feel like it is? Because I know Trump, he's such a special character. He's amazing. He's brought in so many voters who would normally vote Republican. But what do you think it is about young people that make them especially drawn to Trump? I mean, it could be his humor, his personality, but do you feel like there are things that students for Trump you like to focus on to bring young people into the conservative side? Yeah, you know, and I'd like to also start by saying that Democrats especially in a very good at this. They use the college campus sort of as a road map to The White House. We're going to go on this these campuses and they'll say all of these really awesome things that sound good on paper, but when you try to put them into reality, it doesn't work out so well like this whole forgiving student loan debt sort of a carrot stick approach that they use with young people. I mean, to quote Kamala Harris, I think in 2020, she said that young people are very stupid when referencing, you know, 18 to 24 year olds.

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"j trump" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:55 min | 5 months ago

"j trump" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"The other documents included his passports. The location of the passports is relevant evidence in an investigation of unauthorized retention and mishandling of national defense information. Nonetheless, the government decided to return those passports in its discretion. We're going to talk about that in the law section of this, right? But yes, that is, Donald Trump has now said, they even came in and they stole my passports. DoJ has now said, no, we came in and you had a drawer full of stuff that included confidential national defense information and your passports were in the drawer. We could have kept them. If you were Donald J Smith and not Donald J Trump, we would still have them, but nevertheless, he made a big deal about it. So we gave them back. I saw this from the aforementioned amazing Twitter account at open arcs. This strikes me as such a whammy. It went from like the whole right-wing Trump and everybody in that sphere being like, and look, as evidence of them overstepping. They stole an innocent man's passport. And he can't go anywhere. And instead it's like, no man, actually, we ended up with those because you so badly mishandled these secret documents that your passports ended up in them. Your passports were the cheese. In between two slices of confidential bread. Along with your like subway loyalty card and like his health insurance, that's not evidence that they were stealing from you. That's evidence that you're keeping this in your junk drawer, apparently. Yep. So what all did we get? Well, now the DoJ is also happy to report. And again, this is why I don't understand why judge cannon is even entertaining arguments because the search has been done, the taint team has done its work. Remember, Trump waited almost three weeks before trying to do something. And so the stuff they took, the privileged team has been through it. The lawyers have been through it. What have they found? The investigative team, this is page 12 to 13, has reviewed all the materials in the containers that the privilege review team did not segregate as potentially attorney client privilege. Of the seized evidence, 13 boxes were containers contained documents with classification markings in all over 100 unique documents with classification markings. That is, more than twice the amount produced on June 3rd in response to the grand jury subpoena were seized. Certain of the documents had colored cover sheets indicating their classification status. And again, we tweeted out that picture. You've seen that. That one's been kind of all over the Internet. And these are the bright yellow, bright orange cover sheets that say, top secret slash SCI, or the orange one says secret slash SCI. This is designed to show you don't accidentally wind up with these. It has a huge cover sheet attached. Let me ask a really dumb question. I love Andrew. Had president Trump declassified these documents, would someone have taken these bright yellow stickers off of them? Yes. That's what you do. Yeah, excellent question. Now, what kind of documents do they recover? The classification levels ranged from confidential to top secret. Certain documents contained additional sensitive compartments that signify very limited distribution. In some instances, even the FBI counterintelligence personnel and DoJ attorneys conducting the review required additional clearances before they were allowed to review certain documents. Notwithstanding councils representation on June 3rd that materials from The White House were only located in the storage room, classified documents were found in the storage room and the former president's office, the search cast serious doubt on the claim in the certification and now in the motion that there had been a quote diligent search for records responsive to the grand jury subpoena. In the storage room alone, FBI agents found 76 documents bearing classification markings, all of the classified documents seized in the August 8th search have been segregated from the rest of the sea's documents and are being separately maintained and stored in accordance with appropriate procedures for handling and storing classified information that the FBI in a matter of hours recovered twice as many documents with classification markings as the quote diligent search end quote and you gotta love when the DoJ starts using sarcastic your own words against you. That the former president's counsel and other representatives had weeks to perform calls into serious questions the representations made in the certification and cast doubt on the extent of cooperation in this matter. We learned a little bit of stuff from the exhibits. We've known that members of Congress have known about this for a long time. Nera answered questions back in February that were sent by the House committee on oversight and reform. That's Carolyn maloney. And in mid February, said, yep, we found confidential information at the search of The White House. Nara has identified certain social media records that were not captured and preserved by the Trump administration and learned that some White House staff conducted official business using non official electronic messaging accounts that were not copied or forwarded into their official electronic messaging accounts as required by the presidential records act, Nara has already obtained or is in the process of obtaining some of those records. So again, you want to think about pieces in motion, that's a piece that's in motion that nobody has talked about yet. We've talked about what the subpoena and the company records and the certification said. So those are the things that we learned and now I told you in the last episode as we are outfitting our base camp at the apex of yodel mountain. I said in the last episode, I thought it was more likely than not that Trump would be indicted. Now Thomas what I'd like to do is give you the step by step playbook for how Donald Trump could be convicted. Wow. And I'm going to use the same process that we used back in episode 13 of the show. Holy moly. Lock her up. Coming full circle, everybody. This whole time you were talking about this nonsense that they've done. All that was ringing in my ears and my brain, Andrew, was James Comey doing a press conference saying, Hillary was extremely careless. And just juxtapose that and what Hillary was doing, which was sending some, you know, some recipes over an email server with all this. I mean, it's just maddening. I think the government has already signaled it does not intend to proceed under what would now be.

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"j trump" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

07:35 min | 5 months ago

"j trump" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"So that's an important detail in the story, right? They show up. They're marched into the room. They're like, hey look, okay, all the other kind of records and stuff, the only place they're kept is here in this storage office. Can we look at the boxes? No, you may not. And again, they're there pursuant to a voluntary agreement at that point. So they don't. But by the way, that doesn't mean that DoJ just goes home, but it's like, well, we asked to see the boxes and he said, no, so, you know, we're out on this one now. No, but I want to make sure I thought I heard something in there that was interesting and just want to make sure I heard it right. It sounded like a kind of interesting catch 22 happened and maybe was this the trap you're referencing, which is they go over there and newscaster that for some reason is the custodian of all these secret documents. If she acts like, oh yeah, we're doing a good job protecting these totally classified documents. Then that takes away the ability to say he declassified him, right? Or had they just acted like, oh, these documents, but we hand them out to golfers because it doesn't matter because he just classified them, right? Is that what happened? They kind of acted like they were taking a good care of these in a way that protects them because they're classified, but then that takes away the ability to say he had declassified them. You have got that exactly right. And I'm just going to jump ahead. I was going to do this chronologically, but I'm going to jump ahead to the text of the actual subpoena. So this is attachment C, which again is also I'll link it in the show notes. It's available. We published these exhibits on our web page. The subpoena itself says, and I thought this really, really interesting as a glimpse into the DoJ strategy. May 11th attachment C says, hey, give us, quote, any and all documents or writing in the custody or control of Donald J Trump and or the office of Donald J Trump, bearing classification markings, including but not limited to the following. Top secret, secret, confidential, and then there's like 50 different letters. More than normal amount of tape around them. So the important thing is the subpoena said, give us the classified documents. That's what enabled them to make this representation of, hey, you may have. We could give us the classified documents now. And we get it, you may have also accidentally taken some other stuff. So there could be other things kind of hanging out behind. But, you know, this is really, really important. You turn those over to us, and attachment D, the letter, the cover letter that went with that subpoena, said, yeah, we're not going to make you show up and testify. It said, quote, dear mister corcoran, that's Evan the cork. That's Trump's lead lawyer. Thank you for agreeing to accept service of the grand jury subpoena on behalf of the custodian of records. As we discussed in lieu of personally appearing, the custodian may comply with the subpoena by providing any responsive documents to the FBI at the place of their location. The FBI will ensure that the agents retreating the documents have the proper clearances and will handle the materials in the appropriate manner, the custodian would also provide a sworn certification that the documents represent all responsive records. If there are no responsive documents, the custodian would provide a sworn certification to that effect. So that was, I think, the last chance to voluntarily get out of this. And it would be really, really interesting. And again, completely out of Trump's character. If he had said, all right, well then I'm going to give it all back. You got me. I can feel the walls closing in. And if he'd given it all back, then we might not be here right now. But of course, he's Donald Trump. He didn't give it all back. He put a 102 hundred documents in an envelope and made a reporter from OAN sign it that says, I certify. And again, this is attachment E signed under penalties of perjury. I have been designated as custodian of records based on information that has been provided to me. I am authorized to certify on behalf of the office of Donald J Trump the following. A diligent search was conducted of the boxes that were removed from The White House to Florida, B, this search was conducted after receipt of the subpoena in order to locate any and all documents responsive to the subpoena, see any and all documents responsive, a company, this certification, and D, no copy written notation or reproduction of any kind was retained as to any responsive documents. So remember, gave them one envelope. That's the trap having been sprung. Okay, maybe we had kind of an accident and some stuff behind, but now we've definitely given you everything. And the DoJ, this, we're going to now go back to page ten of their opposition. They say, you know, you could cue the Morgan Freeman voice-over going as it turns out they did not give them everything. I think you're thinking the Arrested Development. I think that's the proper meme for this. They didn't. Ron Howard. I could do with that. She says, after further investigation indicated that the response to the subpoena was incomplete, obstructive conduct occurred in connection with the response to the subpoena and classified information remained at the premises, so DoJ obtained a court authorized search warrant. And again, I just want to read you one paragraph out of there that says, through further investigation, the FBI uncovered multiple sources of evidence indicating that the response to the May 11th grand jury subpoena was incomplete and classified documents remained at the premises, notwithstanding the sworn certification made to the government on June 3rd. In particular, the government developed evidence that a search limited to the storage room would not have uncovered all the classified documents at the premises, the government also developed evidence that government records were likely concealed and removed from the storage room and that efforts were likely taken to obstruct the government's investigation. This included evidence indicating that boxes formerly in the storage room were not returned prior to counsel's review. Now, I speculated on last Tuesday show, maybe they had a surveillance warrant, maybe they have witnessed testimony from cooks and groundskeepers at Mar-a-Lago. I don't know. What I do know is the DoJ has now said in print, you gave us this certification and we have multiple sources of evidence that you lied in the certification. That's not real good. And just checking, you're not allowed to just do that, right? No. They even gave you the chance to plead oopsie daisy. They could multiple opportunity. Issued a writ of oopsie daisies, but they didn't, and they said, all right, we've scouts honor. We've given you absolutely everything. And then Ron Howard came on and said, they didn't, in the background. We can pull out your pin on the passport. That shows up on page 12 in footnote 6, and this is just chef's kiss level. Plaintiff, that's Trump repeatedly claims that his passports were outside the scope of the warrant and improperly seized, and that the government in returning them has admitted as much. And we've talked about that. These claims are incorrect, consistent with attachment B to the search warrant, the government sees the contents of a desk drawer that contained classified documents and governmental records commingled with other documents.

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"j trump" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

06:23 min | 6 months ago

"j trump" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Hey folks, I was supposed to take this week off completely for the first time in like 5 years. But due to the breaking news on the FBI rating at Mar-a-Lago, the biggest news in years, I'm now signing in to comment reporting live here from Israel. So according to The New York Times, former president Donald J Trump said on Monday that the FBI had surged his Palm Beach Florida home and had broken open a safe and account signaling a major escalation in the various investigations into the final stages of his presidency, the search, according to multiple people familiar with the investigation appeared to be focused on material that Trump had brought with him to Mar-a-Lago his private club and resonance when he left The White House. Those boxes contained many pages of classified documents according to a person familiar with their content. Mister Trump delayed returning 15 boxes of material requested by officials with the national archives for many months, only doing so when there became a threat of action to retrieve them, the case was referred to the Justice Department by the archives early this year. This is an insane thing. It is just an insane thing. So here is here is the bottom line here. The FBI is not trusted by many, many Americans. I mean, a majority of Republicans do not trust the FBI according to polling data. A majority of independents do not trust the FBI. According to polling data, what the FBI just did requires extraordinary institutional trust. This is an FBI under the auspices and a current administration rating the home of the leader of the last administration and the likeliest potential nominee for the opposition coming 2024. It seems like on the face of it, banana republic type stuff. It seems like on the face of it, pretextual, especially because if you're going to do something like this, there had damned well, better be a crime. The crime can't be something like the president of the United States when he left office. He brought with him stuff. Bill Clinton brought half The White House with him when he left office. He was never rated. It can't be the president of the United States has a battle with the national archives over material. It can't be about the national archives. It's got to be more than that. It can't be something like the national archives is just mad that they don't have a full record of everything that went on, especially if what we are talking about here is not particularly important material. And then there's the problem that the last president of the United States, while he was in office, has plenary authority to declassify anything he wants. So all the other cases that people are talking about today with regard to situations in which people have mishandled classified material. We're talking about people who are not the president of the United States. You're talking about, for example, the former Clinton national security adviser, sandy Berger, who in 2015, received a misdemeanor charge for stuffing classified documents down his pants. Are you talking about in 2016? The FBI investigating Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified documentation. She could not declassify things, she was the Secretary of State who was not the president of the United States. And by the way, she was never actually rated. Remember, they grabbed Anthony Weiner's laptop. You remember that they went in a variety of directions trying to Garner Hillary Clinton's emails. But despite the fact that James Comey announced that it was actually quote possible that hostile actors gained access to secretary Clinton's personal email account because of his handling of the classified documents, her house was never rated. Her offices were never rated by the FBI. And then you have several years under president Trump, of the FBI, attempting to undermine the president of the United States on pretextual information, provided by the Quentin campaign on the basis of the Steele dossier. James Comey, the former head of the FBI, when he was head of the FBI, approaching Donald Trump to launder into the press, the Steele dossier, knowing that there was nothing in the Steele dossier that had been verified. He went to Donald Trump, he told him about it simply so that the media could then run with the story that the Steele dossier had been presented to president Trump and therefore it was newsworthy and BuzzFeed could run all of that material. For example, and then we got years and years of investigations down rabbit holes that led nowhere with regard to Russia. In other words, trust in the FBI is at an all time low. And yet it's the FBI under Christopher wray, apparently with a warrant that had to be signed off on by the DoJ and attorney general Merrick Garland. Now, initiating a raid into the former president of the United States. So here's the thing, could there theoretically, in some world, be it rationale for this sort of activity, sure? Sure, there could. But is that going to have to be a damned, extraordinarily solid, like rocks, I like bedrock solid, rationale, with serious underlying evidence, it had better be or what we are looking at is a political crisis. When you have current administration's investigating, former administration, to the point of sending the FBI into their homes to pick up documents on the basis of, well, you know, you didn't hand it over to the national archives, even though we were negotiating. You didn't handle what we wanted you to. That's not. That's banana republic type stuff. And it looks more like an attempt to take Donald Trump out of the running come 2024 than anything else. Or maybe nefariously. It's an attempt to elevate Trump for 2024. We don't know. But here is what we do know. Here's what we do know. If there is no extraordinary basis for this raid, then what we are looking at is a crisis in American governance right now. It looks like the intelligence apparatus being weaponized against the opponents of a political administration, which is insane. And what it also means is that down the road, let's say that Donald Trump runs. Let's say this comes to nothing. And Donald Trump runs. And let's say that Donald Trump loses. Do you think that there are going to be a lot of people who are going to trust that he actually lost? Again, the trust in our institutions is so low right now that they're actually activating their exacerbating all of the worst possibilities in American politics. If you don't trust any aspect of how the system works, and it feels like the FBI is rigged against the president of the United States when he's Donald Trump. And then rigged against him again when he is candidate Trump come 2024. If it feels as though all the institutions are set up in opposition to one political party into one guy, how do you think that's going to work out? And I'm amazed to see. So many people on the left today, people who are highly critical of the cops normally. Pramila jayapal, the progressive caucus out there saying things, like, well, you know, they wouldn't do this without a basis. Really, wouldn't they? You guys were doing defund the police. 5 seconds ago, but now when they're targeting your political opponents, you're all in favor of it. I'm here on the conservative side of the aisle. And I was willing to let the FBI have a lot of rope when it came to, for example, russiagate at the very beginning. And then it became clearer and clearer and clearer the whole thing was a farce. And my trust in that institution was undermined just as many Americans trust in that institution was undermined. And now I'm sitting here with some very serious questions as to what the hell they think they're doing. So they'd better get out there with the evidence with the warrant.

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"j trump" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"j trump" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"According to The New York Times, former president Donald J Trump said on Monday that the FBI had surged his Palm Beach Florida home and had broken open a safe and account signaling a major escalation in the various investigations into the final stages of his presidency, the search, according to multiple people familiar with the investigation appeared to be focused on material that Trump had brought with him to Mar-a-Lago his private club and resonance when he left The White House. Those boxes contained many pages of classified documents according to a person familiar with their content. Mister Trump delayed returning 15 boxes of material requested by officials with the national archives for many months, only doing so when there became a threat of action to retrieve them, the case was referred to the Justice Department by the archives early this year. This is an insane thing. It is just an insane thing. So here is here is the bottom line here. The FBI is not trusted by many, many Americans. I mean, a majority of Republicans do not trust the FBI according to polling data. A majority of independents do not trust the FBI. According to polling data, what the FBI just did requires extraordinary institutional trust. This is an FBI under the auspices and a current administration rating the home of the leader of the last administration and the likeliest potential nominee for the opposition coming 2024. It seems like on the face of it, banana republic type stuff. It seems like on the face of it, pretextual, especially because if you're going to do something like this, there had damned well, better be a crime. The crime can't be something like the president of the United States when he left office. He brought with him stuff. Bill Clinton brought half The White House with him when he left office. He was never rated.

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"j trump" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"j trump" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"We got a great example of Patroller in chief that would be one. Donald j trump president donald j trump Going out and and making sure that everybody who is offended which is pretty much everybody on the left gets absolutely triggered and can just never have any kind of fun so this weekend. The president decided to head to the baseball games right to the baseball game Between the astros and the braves and of course the left in their wisdom. I know mockingly has come out against the tomahawk chop. So what did trump do. The only thing that trump knows really how to do in this regard which is when this music hit our heart glorious president. Donald profit allegedly stolen fry yet starts in that tomahawk chop baby. I'm pretty sure every single job. That trump did another liberals demonic fell on. Or maybe i don't know but it was. It.

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"j trump" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"j trump" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Thousand Americans are dying today. They are dying. That's true. It is what it is. More and more people at The White House has to offer the coronavirus. We're going to walk down to the capitol. Donald J Trump, the only president of the United States to be impeached for a second time. This is the greatest embarrassment in the history of our country. That's awesome. That's great. It's just like a whole thing of Donald Trump's buffoonery. And the thing is is that anybody who sees that automatically, that's fake. That's like, I mean, it is amazing how we have so many people in this country that are absolutely this damn stupid to continue supporting and claiming that they want this guy. I mean, if you want Donald Trump back for another four years, you want to have a stomach virus with no toilet paper. It's just out of his man. It really is, man, and he is such an idiot. And that's why I find it so funny that these people are willing to die for him. And right now I'm literally like, you know, we were talking about with these hospitals and nobody can get in. But to watch parents fight so that their children can get sick to watch parents fight against protecting their kids during a global pandemic and how many times do we have to look at children on ventilators that are absolutely just breaking your heart to watch these kids go through this and then see these parents out there saying we don't want to, my baby's got a pretty face and I won't everybody to see it. You know, how's that baby going to look when she's embalmed? Because it's time to just go ahead and call it for what it is. These people are absolute idiots. We have a dangerous situation in this country. Where we have allowed for information to poison everybody's minds. You know, we should look at the QAnon and look at we should treat them like the frigging Nazis. You know, we got to go after these organizations that are that are absolutely filling people's minds full of bullshit. I mean, it's so sickening that this is going on in our country. And we're supposed to be, you know, we're America. People are looking at us in other countries that are absolutely like. I don't know. The laughing at us has passed. Now they're just disappointed with us. Yeah. I'm a hose hurt. Love you, major airborne. Thanks for the $2. And kinky street said kinky stuff making a lot of good points..

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"j trump" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"j trump" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Evening from washington. Dc maddie hasson. In for chris hayes. It's friday august thirteenth for most of you today significant probably does not go beyond a warm summer friday but for the one in three republicans in this country who believe donald trump will be installed as their rightful president. Today is a very significant day. Indeed it's reinstatement day. And the reason they believe this deranged nonsense has a lot to do with this man. The mypillow guy mike lindell. He's in many ways a harrowing life story from the depths of his crack addiction that customers home and his marriage he found god founded a successful business and most importantly he found donald j trump but he never found common sense. You see in the bizarro conspiracy world where donald trump won the twenty twenty election. lyndale access. Something of a ringleader. And according to him today august the thirteenth is the day on which donald trump will be reinstated as president following massive incontrovertible evidence that china yet china stole the election for joe biden. According to lyndale president biden himself will accept the results and immediately stepped down lyndale even believes that the supreme court will vote unanimously to install trump as president again. You don't even have to deliberate. Donald trump won. We gotta vote nine zero immediately to pull this down and get rid of whatever the communist.

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"j trump" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

(EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"j trump" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

"Marcy latimer for mars bar. And i have not had a show a couple of weeks. I took some weeks off after the fourth of july fact. That was the week that i was out of town on vacation as everybody should go on vacation it was a nice time actually was with my family. And i'm gonna say this. We had a rule. We were not going to talk politics. And i'm going to suggest that for everybody because it actually ended up being much more pleasant being around my sister and other family members who are liberal minded. And i'm of course very conservative so because of that i think that it just made sense and it was a good rule to follow and we all followed that we did not mention politics. We didn't talk about it and we had a great time so everybody that is at different ends of the spectrum when it comes to politics in a family i would definitely suggest you follow that rule. Excuse me and it definitely makes for more pleasant times. Excuse me. I don't have a cough and i wish i did. Okay so Had clear my throat. All right thank you so much once again. This is july twenty third twenty twenty one and you are listening to mars bar. I do appreciate you coming in. I always start with a prayer. And i want to say that this does have to do with our president. Donald j trump allured. Our hearts ache for the people who have believed for the past four years the mayes of the left their hatred of donald j trump has fueled them open their eyes ears hearts and minds show them what truth and justice look like oh lord show the mercy and father god please help us remember that the closer we get to victory. It will beginning harder..

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"j trump" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"j trump" Discussed on The Daily

"The rest of us lay people. This is all feeling pretty distant but then all of a sudden. There's this indictment a few weeks ago of the company that bears his name the trump organization. And what is the story behind that case. Do you remember stormy daniels. Stephanie clipper op cornstarch. Or who goes by the stage name. Stormy daniels said she and donald trump had sex once in two thousand six. He's like wow you or special. You remind me of my daughter. After trump won the republican nomination daniel says cohen reached out with the now infamous one hundred and thirty thousand dollar offer which came with a nondisclosure agreement. She's the adult film star. Who said she had an affair with donald trump and she threatened to tell her story on the eve. Be presidential election and so trump's fixer. Michael cohen time pays her one hundred and thirty thousand dollars to keep quiet and essentially show that story right. So that payment drew the attention of federal investigators in manhattan who were already scrutinizing cohen and they conclude that this payment was potentially illegal campaign violation. It was excessive pass with campaign. Donations are allowed to be and it was not recorded but it was majorly impactful of the election. They concluded so it was a federal crime. Cullen pleaded guilty in august two dodging taxes lying to congress and violating campaign finance laws and ultimately cohen pled guilty to that august eighteen as well as a host of other crimes and he stood up in court and said that he did so at the direction of donald trump and ultimately a few months later. Kenneth sentencing michael cohen is going to jail. Cohen has just been seven to three years in prison. The prosecutors confirm just that very fact they say that the payment was made for the benefit of an at the direction of donald j trump and the rules you can indict are sitting. President there are various issues. They encountered in terms of proving intentive. Donald trump's knowledge of the campaign finance laws of that time but michael cohen was a lawyer. Michael cohen should have known and ultimately pleaded guilty to this. Although no charges were filed against the president. At that time it still implicated him as part of that scandal right implicated him but couldn't really touch him and i remember thinking well. That's that the feds have got michael cohen. But not trump right in the feds continue to investigate his company. Because it wasn't just michael cohen acting as a rogue agent or at least. That's not what the feds thought. The feds came to believe that donald trump and some people in his company were involved in these payments perhaps even directed them believing something improving. Something are two very different things. And so despite digging interviewing various witnesses and doing what they could prove the trump organization and mr trump's involvement in the hush money they ultimately wound down their case in july twenty nineteen. Mr trump was not accused of any wrongdoing Donald trump essentially is able to argue that. This was the actions of michael cohen. And michael cohen. Only who he described as iraq and somebody who's disloyal to him and he was able to basically brush it off as over zealous prosecutors targeting. Somebody who he was no longer aligned with so what happens. How do we end up getting to where we are now. So is the federal investigation wound down. You have just a few blocks away. Sivan's the da in manhattan keeping a very close eye on all of this and pretty soon after the investigation wound down in the federal fear. You have mr vance's office issuing subpoenas right as far as we can tell vance's office wanted to tell whether or not there was a sort of improper effort to deduct the hush money payments as legal expenses from their tax returns so they needed to look into the tax returns themselves and see what was in there now. I think they started to get a sense. That if they opened up that pandora's box they might be able to see other things as well and so they didn't just ask for one or two years of tax returns dafur eight years of tax returns so trump's lawyers sue and they say absolutely not. We're not during that over. We're not having our accounts. Turn that over. And this case basically works his way through the courts and trump keeps losing at every level until it reaches the supreme court the fight over donald trump's tax returns hitting the supreme court in a historic standoff while john where he once again in a very consequential opinion. We have breaking news coming in right now from the. Us supreme court is again which just decided that a new york prosecutor can get the financial records of president trump so effectively after some delay after eighteen month court battle prosecutors investigating former president trump for possible fraud have obtained his tax and financial records. The da's office gets those records and that is just a major turning point new investigation. And so what does the district attorney in manhattan. Sivan's what does he and his team find. Once they have the supreme court ruling and suddenly eight years of the president's tax documents in their hands so the da's office seems to identify few potential issues. One is that there seems to be a concern that the president's company essentially keeps two separate sets of books one set of books for his lenders and another set of books for the tax authorities. Explain them so in. The lenders said books. You get a glowing picture of the president's finances and it's everything you would want to see from potential client that you would wanna lend to their in great financial shape. They are a company. That's very worthy of getting loans and then to the tax authorities. They paint a different picture. A company that has some financial issues and that is not have full occupancy in buildings and this contrast between what was told to lenders what was told to the tax authorities raises some eyebrows. And so that's one area of interest for them but then they also seem to identify this separate issue which is that. The company seems to have been paying out perks and bonuses and various luxury items to some of its top executives totally off the books and as they identify this in sort of unschooled that that leads them to potentially vast as they describe it fifteen years scheme to defraud the government out of getting tax income. Okay so after the. Da fines what maybe financial for telling lenders one thing which is very rosy telling tax authorities. Another which is very dire and after finding would tax fraud. In the form of these untaxed executive perks. What does the do with these discoveries. how does he act on them. He acts by syrian on the trump organizations longtime. Cfo alan weisberg. He really drilled down on mr wiesel birds. Perks and everything that mr weisberg had been receiving from the company over the years and that included mercedes benzes that included a rent. Free apartment in the west side of manhattan. That included tuition for his grandchildren at a prep school manhattan. So these were things. That immediately caught their attention. It seems why though. I mean what's wrong with a boss. There's nothing wrong with generous boss. Just got to record it on the books as compensation and you can give people company cars. You can give them apartments. You can even pay tuition. But the problem is you have to tell the irs and you have to tell new york state that these are perks. Forgiving giving so that everyone pays the taxes on it. multi. They concluded that. Mr weisberg had about a one point seven million dollars in perks that he received bonuses and fringe benefits that he received that were never reported to the tax authorities which means he owed the irs. You'd the state.

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"j trump" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"j trump" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Who's running is bernie sanders running. Why can't they say mean turner's name or right nina turner's name in the headline. The sub-headline doesn't even specify that a turner is running in this race. The decision by representative james clyburn to oppose an outspoken ally of senator bernie sanders in a special election in. Cleveland highlights the generational and ideological gulf in the democratic party. They seem like they're afraid to say her name. I mean that headline sub-headline is laughable. And i just want to read you. A few excerpts from the piece where the new york times reporters say turner is undoubtedly a divisive figure as well a prominent surrogate for mr sanders in two thousand sixteen and a national co-chairwoman for his campaign in twenty twenty. She has never minced words about what she calls corporate democrats. She has declined to say whether she voted. For mrs clinton in two thousand sixteen and before election day november she suggested the choice between donald. J trump and mr biden was the choice between a full bowl of excrement and half of all. I think that sounds pretty good. And right on so. I'll tell you where you can donate money to nina turner's campaign. It's put the graphic up. Go to that link which is not the best linked to go to but we'll get you guys better linkage just a minute i think it's Hello somebody dot com. But we'll look that up Anyway so check out nina turner's campaign. She's actually fighting. On behalf of the american people she's actually fighting on behalf of the policies that would improve people's lives materially. We deserve better and nina. Turner is willing to deliver so.

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"j trump" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"j trump" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930. You are irrational group of people, for the most part, I think, And I think we could have some rational conversation about this, and we could set a standard for conversation. And I don't care how passionate you believe in Either position. Just tell us what it is. And then after 11 o'clock, we will move from Donald J. Trump. Tom Brady on We will lighten it up since this on a Friday night as we head to the weekend, all of you who are listening. Thank you very much for joining us every night and or whatever night you do, join us and feel free to dial the phones. Now we've had Three more women callers tonight than men, which is great. I love women. Callers loved by went men call us But I love my women Call is more the ladies line we have on Lee to open lines and they're on the ladies line. 617931 10 30. Let's light it up at this hour of the night, your voice is being magnified and heard. And about 38 states around the country and on up into Canada and for that matter of the Internet around the world. Feel free to join the conversation Express your point of view. This is this is a true free speech zone Nightside all points of view. Welcome and encouraged 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930. I'm gonna try to get at least 10. Maybe as many as 14 callers in this hour. I want to give everybody an opportunity to express themselves. In advance off Trump trial 2.0 coming back after this, It's night.

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"j trump" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"j trump" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Sounds confused. Are you throwing bricks? Hmm? And then, of course, the legacy media has to explain it away. That's as Rachel Maddow how she related to the violence from her fellow Democrats cut 15. Have had protesters at inaugural parades in the past for George W. Bush after the Bush people or 2000 election. There are a number of protests along the parade route that year. It's happened before. It's just It's just you did his kids having fun. You know, the difference is Rachel Maddow. Before we didn't get to more than actually more than 200 people arrested Because of the violence they perpetrated in our capital. Inauguration day. None of them went to jail. Why is that? Why is that? The story of the last 10 months in America? With violence raging across the nation in Democrats, cities and states. More than 700. Police officers injured. That we know off. More than 30. Americans murdered. Half of them Black. They were bailed out. They were Allowed out. Sometimes their bail paid for Leftist celebrities. That rate, so Is different. I'm Sebastian Gorka. This is American first of the Salem Radio Network, and we forgot the most fun. Well, let's have a fun one. What happened when Donald Trump Was actually sworn in four years ago. I was that Some people took it badly. Video Cut 10 Play cuts, Donald J. Trump.

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