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"jerry nadler" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"Before we get into our favorite celebs in my my sort of categorization of them I'd also like to just bring up quickly and just ask you guys did you see New York Congressman Jerry Nadler Shit himself on TV this. is due to. Shit his pants at a press conference Nancy Pelosi and I believe it was for some fucking bullshit bill. They're going to do to make sure that trump doesn't steal the election. How perfect is that these? Fossils shuffle out to tell you. We're going to stand up and fight against the bad orange bad taking over. All excuse. I'd be shuffle off at my shit covered fucking diapers. Alive year old bad with lap surgery at a shit filled diaper and I'm going to save the elections from the Cherry Nazi. stormtroopers the wearing buddy hold over. So just like the way where it was like. He didn't even hesitate. He wasn't even like. Lovely. It because it's like if I leave the stage people are GonNa think either have dementia or there's diarrhea running down my way. He's like, Yeah Okay Myself You. Guys feel like he just walks like that. Anyway. Regardless of if he should himself, you know like because he is he's built like the mayor of Halloween town. He is the Mayor Holiday town. This country is awesome. Eater under the age of. Ninety. Five. I swear to God like Matt You. Exactly. My thoughts and I mean like people have been saying the word Gerontocracy a lot on twitter and Inappropriate One in light of. Ruth, Bader Ginsburg trumping dead and then like I following that there's an article in the Washington Post about like senior Democrats whispering on record or like behind the scenes that Dianne Feinstein should not handle whatever senate. Hearing about judicial nominees comes next because she's eighty seven years old and his gently speaking lost the stepper too and I. Just love the fact whether it's Nadler Pelosi member Pelosi with shoes on TV this week and there were like So are there is there anything off the table in terms of what you'll do to block trump's judicial nominees and she just goes Good Morning. Good Morning. Hello should. At every level for an aglow chief is. Low. I just love it like every level or face like trump is cancelling democracy the it's all real. It's all happening. We have to talk about it but like at every step of the way like every level of power that's supposed to prevent this from happening is controlled by ninety eight year olds who are just like one breath away from keeling over it's Because I look at like my grandparents and. My GRANDPA got I. Think he was ninety two and there's still people in power that age and when my GRANDPA got to that age he went through with medically assisted dying because it's legal up here has like well. Yeah. So I like you know maybe that's something that could happen down there. My grandma is like ninety three and has no idea where she is you know and I feel like you know it's the same for a lot of these people they're going to the wrong I was reading stuff that they're going to the wrong like room. You know they have to be directed to the correct room they're just they don't know what's going on. Jerry no, that's the F thirty five after burner. If at least I mean it'd be one thing if we understood these people to be what they are, which is just front front men and women for a political order that operates at the level of bureaucracy and honestly the level of the fucking market. But no, we have to invest these people with the supernatural power because we have to give politics meaning somehow. So we have to act like Nancy Pelosi this genuinely doddering old bat is also these the supreme empress just like Ruth Bader Ginsburg was she doesn't have to retire she's a girl boss Ono she someone dropped her she shattered a five thousand pieces. It's okay if people were making saddles junior soprano. Served T. Will start not doing the job you're fantasizing them to do. They are literally mentally and physically incapable of doing what you're voting for them to do and what you're expecting them to do..
House set to vote on marijuana legalization
"1000 representatives will vote on legalizing marijuana next month. The more act would remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act and raise some cannabis criminal records. Ah, floor vote on the bill would be the greatest federal cannabis reform accomplishment in 20 years. So, says Randall, Mayor of the Global Alliance for Cannabis Commerce. States would still have to vote to legalize the drug. It's already been legalized in 11 states. That Bill was introduced by House Judiciary Chair in New York Congressman Jerry Nadler last fall it past the Judiciary Committee by a vote of 24 to 10 with Democrats Republicans Matt Gates of Florida and Tom McClintock of California. The on ly Republicans to vote for the
The Big Tech Hearing Proved Congress Isn't Messing Around
"The purpose of today's hearing is to examine the dominance of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. Roger the covert 19 pandemic. These corporations already stood out as titans in our economy. As American families shift more of their work, shopping and communications online, These Giants stand to profit. Locally owned businesses. Meanwhile, Mom and pop stores on Main Street facing economic price is unlike any in recent history. Rhode Island Democrat David Cellini, opening today's House hearing with the heads of the world's big tech companies. Amazon's Jeff Bezos out of Apple's Tim Cook, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Google Sunder Pitch I. The foremen faced hours of questions from House lawmakers over whether they've used their superpower status to crowd out competition. And enrich themselves. The House Judiciaries Antitrust committee, which Cellini chairs has been looking into that question for the last year. Joining us to talk about the hearing today is tech expert Tim Woo. He teaches at Columbia Law School and is the author of the book The Curse of Bigness, Anti Trust in the New Gilded Age. Him welcome back to press play. Thanks for having me here. Well, you've argued for a very long time that the's tech giants have gotten too big. What do you think today's hearing accomplished in terms of getting more support to break them up? Well, they I think there are you know, for the first time, putting the most intense documents right in front of them and seeing how they react, and I think what we've gotten out of them, especially on Facebook. Is already some admissions of anti competitive intent that to my mind, make the case for filing a complaint even stronger. And what were some of those admissions that you heard today. Well, Ah. Mark Zuckerberg was questioned about by Jerry Nadler about the his. Ah, why he bought Instagram and pretty much Zuckerberg admitted they were ah, dangerous competitors. We sought to eliminate them at Natalie reminded him that it's illegal to buy off competitors because I don't want to compete with them, and they left it there. But, yeah, that was, I think a big admission and the main thing I've taken from the hearing so far. But isn't that part of business of hostile takeovers and trying to squeeze out the competition isn't part of the American way of doing business, so there's a difference between beating out your competitors and buying them. And since about 18 90. It's been illegal to buy a company just because you're sick of competing with him. You know, you could imagine. Let's take Coke was tired of Pepsi People's Children, Coke and Pepsi, you know and said, All right, forget it. We'll just buy each other and, you know, settle the so so Now it's been illegal since 18 90 or so. Right. So when it comes to Facebook, what about the issues of how it Spreads misinformation, especially campaign misinformation, and, you know, fake news for lack of a better term. Yeah, I know. It hasn't so far. Um, it has a little bit sorry, especially hate speech. I think the big issue there that they're focusing on and Is this idea that that Facebook has an impunity because they have such a secure market position that they're not really afraid of advertising boycotts. They're not really afraid of people leaving That's the least a point that the House representatives were trying to make, and so therefore they don't really have an incentive to clean up their act. What about the other companies? Amazon that also has incredible market share. Can you first catalogue just how big Amazon is and how much bigger it's gotten since the current virus epidemic? Yeah, you know, the Amazon has closed in on the market cap of 1.5 trillion They have 280 billion in revenue. They have increased dramatically. Actually, stock prices increased since the beginning of the Corona virus by I don't know the exact percentage don't want to get it wrong, but by a tremendous amount, in fact, And there was one day in which Jeff Bezos gained $13 billion personally, so they are the biggest of big attack for the first part of hearing they didn't get any questions, but representative Dia Paul brought it in accusing them. Of lying in front of Congress about how they treat third party sellers and pressing bass. Those hard on how he runs his marketplace. So they they, they've got some of they've got some fire. Coming in. Yeah, I guess the problem. There is not only well they sell, you know products from third parties always there slow selling their own products, and so they are. I guess in competition with 1/3 party supplies on their own platform. How does that work? I mean, that's I think the acquisition or the problem is that people worry that Amazon has become more or less the dominant online retailer. They have some competition Homer, but you know, more or less dominant. So you make it on Amazon are Or you don't make it at all. And if that's the marketplace, the prospect of You come up with successful thing? I don't know Better mousetrap, and then Amazon makes their own copy of it. So the Amazon version of it and then sells it for less. You know, that turns into a sucker's game, and I think that's been the main complaint about Amazon is ah, less that they You know about their competitors or something but more that they have turned the marketplace into something of a rigged game for their own products. Right and a sweet noted Jeff Bezos is the world's richest man. Right now, the company is you outline is just so big. It's hard to even wrap your mind around it. Is there any way you could break up Amazon or hasn't just become too big to break up? That's a good question. You know, it hasn't been subject to a lot of discussion, probably for the reasons you suggest. Most of scrutiny of Amazon is how they treat the marketplace. I think for a true old school antitrust type who just believes that too much power to concentrated should always be broken. Would want to switch, you know, break Amazon into some kind of pieces. One way might be to break off their Web services division, which is a dominant in its space. You could also imagine, as with it and t breaking it into baby Amazons. I guess that are supposed to compete with each other. But I know it hasn't been unlike Facebook and even Google. Has been talks about how would you break them up? Think Amazon. It's been more about can they? Can you get them to run their at their market place better? And then Google. Obviously a search giant and it's become a verb. It's such an intimate part of who we are at this point again. How would you break up Google if you could It's a good question. Let me let me say that Google has come under fire this hearing both from Sicily knee on the idea that they are essentially eating their ecosystem That is to say. You know if you if you like like with Amazon actually similar that if You know, you could come up with a really successful Web service of some kind in your sort of small enough that Google will make a version of it and then send all the traffic to it so that that's the accusation against them. As for you know, what would you do to Google one You could say, don't do that. That's what the Europeans are trying to dio. Another would be to say, Well, listen, it Google, you run the search part and just leave it there. Don't do everything else. Okay. Maybe run Gmail, maybe right maps. But all these other little things that are just clones of other companies. Stay out of that, or make them be independent companies. I should add. By the way, there's you know, I'm maybe we get to this, but there's been AH, Google face us a lot of Republicans during the hearing, talking about different issues. Trying to get Google to admit that it Ah Is too friendly to China. Eyes too unfriendly to the US Pentagon. That's been another theme of this hearing is that I think should be mentioned. Well, you bring up China, and I guess the argument against breaking up these companies is that they're competing against Chinese companies, which In many cases have the backing of the state and there's there's no limit to their monopolistic practices. And so if these are global companies, should there be different rules when it comes to monopoly now than there were, you know, back in the 19th century. Yeah. Or the 20th? Yeah, that is the argument. So you know, kind of goes like this. If you break up Facebook or make fix books, life difficulty the Chinese will take over. It's kind of a national champion like argument. So we have to have our guys. Um I don't find it convincing at all. Last time we heard that kind of argument was when Japan was the all great mighty power that was going to take over everything in America. And they said it so you can't break up the tea and you can't break up IBM. I think we've had a better track record. Forcing American companies to be competitive. It's not breaking them up, at least putting him under heavy scrutiny like Microsoft and hoping a new generation arises. So yeah, I think that's a pretty lame excuse not to enforce the law that put it that way. So what do you think is going to come out of this? You know, I think from what I've heard there was some documents that were coming out of this that nobody has seen. And I think they put more pressure on the administration and also the states to file complaints. I would not be surprised if Google ends up on the receiving end of an antitrust complaint before November. And after this hearing, I wonder of Facebook's gonna get 12 or whether that's going to be something that the election decides. But, yes, I think it adds to the pressure to file actual cases as opposed to talking about it.
The Big Tech Hearing Proved Congress Isn't Messing Around
"The purpose of today's hearing is to examine the dominance of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. Roger the covert 19 pandemic. These corporations already stood out as titans in our economy. As American families shift more of their work, shopping and communications online, These Giants stand to profit. Locally owned businesses. Meanwhile, Mom and pop stores on Main Street facing economic price is unlike any in recent history. Rhode Island Democrat David Cellini, opening today's House hearing with the heads of the world's big tech companies. Amazon's Jeff Bezos out of Apple's Tim Cook, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Google Sunder Pitch I. The foremen faced hours of questions from House lawmakers over whether they've used their superpower status to crowd out competition. And enrich themselves. The House Judiciaries Antitrust committee, which Cellini chairs has been looking into that question for the last year. Joining us to talk about the hearing today is tech expert Tim Woo. He teaches at Columbia Law School and is the author of the book The Curse of Bigness, Anti Trust in the New Gilded Age. Him welcome back to press play. Thanks for having me here. Well, you've argued for a very long time that the's tech giants have gotten too big. What do you think today's hearing accomplished in terms of getting more support to break them up? Well, they I think there are you know, for the first time, putting the most intense documents right in front of them and seeing how they react, and I think what we've gotten out of them, especially on Facebook. Is already some admissions of anti competitive intent that to my mind, make the case for filing a complaint even stronger. And what were some of those admissions that you heard today. Well, Ah. Mark Zuckerberg was questioned about by Jerry Nadler about the his. Ah, why he bought Instagram and pretty much Zuckerberg admitted they were ah, dangerous competitors. We sought to eliminate them at Natalie reminded him that it's illegal to buy off competitors because I don't want to compete with them, and they left it there. But, yeah, that was, I think a big admission and the main thing I've taken from the hearing so far. But isn't that part of business of hostile takeovers and trying to squeeze out the competition isn't part of the American way of doing business, so there's a difference between beating out your competitors and buying them. And since about 18 90. It's been illegal to buy a company just because you're sick of competing with him. You know, you could imagine. Let's take Coke was tired of Pepsi People's Children, Coke and Pepsi, you know and said, All right, forget it. We'll just buy each other and, you know, settle the so so Now it's been illegal since 18 90 or so. Right. So when it comes to Facebook, what about the issues of how it Spreads misinformation, especially campaign misinformation, and, you know, fake news for lack of a better term. Yeah, I know. It hasn't so far. Um, it has a little bit sorry, especially hate speech. I think the big issue there that they're focusing on and Is this idea that that Facebook has an impunity because they have such a secure market position that they're not really afraid of advertising boycotts. They're not really afraid of people leaving That's the least a point that the House representatives were trying to make, and so therefore they don't really have an incentive to clean up their act.
Tensions between Barr and House Judiciary Committee come to head in contentious hearing
"The attorney general faced tough questions from Democrats on Capitol Hill from the get go. AH House Judiciary Committee hearing with Attorney General William Barr was confrontational. Democrats accused Bar of doing President Trump's bidding. Lawmakers questioning bar on why the president's ally, Roger Stone's jail sentence was commuted. I agree the president's friends don't deserve special breaks. But they also don't deserve to be treated more harshly. The attorney general was asked if he believed President Trump's suggestion that Democrats were rigging the 2020 election. I have no reason to think it will be. The hours long hearing was initially delayed because Chairman Jerry Nadler was in a car accident on his way to the capital. He said he and his staff are fine. The car is not In
Barr Defends Deploying Federal Agents to Protests in Showdown With House Democrats
"William Barr is defending the federal response to a rather response to protests in Portland. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports on Tuesdays Contentious House Judiciary Committee hearing. Chairman Jerry Nadler of New York, says federal agents are going after protesters to help the Trump campaign promote a law and order message. Democrats say the crowds are largely peaceful and filled with parents and military veterans. Of the attorney general says attacks on a federal courthouse in Portland are the real assaults on Justice Bill Bar says there have been multiple attempts to set the building on fire. Federal prosecutors in Portland charge 22 people with violence there last weekend. The attorney general's been clashing with Democrats who say he's working to protect the president. Bar maintains he's acting independent of the White House, even in cases involving longtime Trump allies.
William Barr Vigorously Defends Federal Law Enforcement Response to Protests During House Testimony
"Attorney General William Barr is defending the administration's crackdown against protesters. BAR says George Floyd's killing by Minneapolis police was horrible by the rioters and anarchists have hijacked legitimate protest defending deployments of federal agents to Portland, Oregon and elsewhere. It's his first appearance before the House Judiciary Committee. You have aided and abetted the worst failings of the president, Chairman Jerry Nadler says bars subverted the Justice Department and acted as president. Trump's watchdog bar says he's acted independently. Soccer Megane
Democrats seek to shame Barr over politics at the Justice Department
"Attorney General William Barr clashed with House Democrats. Of political interference in the Justice Department. Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler in your time in the department, you have aided and abetted the worst failings of the president are defended himself against accusations that he has intervened in high profile cases, including the sentencing of longtime Trump Advisor Roger Stone. The president has not attempted to interfere in these decisions. On the contrary, he has told me from the start. He expects me to exercise my independent judgment and that is precisely what I've done. Theater knee general also defended the decision to send federal agents to several U. S. Cities amid ongoing protests against racial
US Attorney General defends deploying federal agents to Portland
"Today accused the attorney general of formatting fear In order to help President Trump's reelection. Fielding questions that the House Judiciary Committee attorney General William Barr, says federal law enforcement is needed in places like Portland, Oregon to protect federal buildings under daily attack. We're on the defense, it's we're not out looking for trouble, Bar, says local police and some jurisdictions heir failing to provide enough protection. But committee chairman Democrat Jerry Nadler says federal agents are being used as political props. There is no precedent for the Department of Justice to actively seek out conflict with American citizens. Bars is peaceful protests have been hijacked by violent rioters.
Before House committee, AG Barr defends aggressive federal response to protests
"Democrats in Congress class with attorney general Errol William Bar today. CBS's Steve Dorsey's in Washington in a confrontational House Judiciary Committee hearing, Attorney General Bill Bar defended the Trump administration's response to protests in places like Portland, Oregon. It is by any objective measure an assault on the government of the United States chairman New York Democrat Jerry Nadler said bars response to the riots is just one example. Of him, enabling President Trump's alleged misconduct and your time in the department. You have aided and abetted the worst failings of the president. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS
Before House committee, AG Barr defends aggressive federal response to protests
"Attorney General William Barr is defending the federal response to protest in Portland and other cities. NPR's Carrie Johnson has been monitoring today's contentious House Judiciary Committee hearing. Chairman Jerry Nadler of New York, says federal agents are going after protesters to help the Trump campaign promote a law and order message. Democrats say the crowds are largely peaceful and filled with parents and military veterans. Of the attorney general says attacks on a federal courthouse in Portland are the real assaults on Justice Bill Bar says there have been multiple attempts to set the building on fire. Federal prosecutors in Portland charge 22 people with violence there last weekend. The attorney general's been clashing with Democrats who say he's working to protect the president. Bar maintains he's acting independent of the White House, even in cases involving longtime Trump
Protesters continue to clash with federal agents in Portland
"Monday night again, some protesters target the federal courthouse in Portland and again, the feds deployed gas after protesters threw fireworks and projectiles. House Judiciary Committee chairman, Democratic Congressman Jerry Nadler said. The feds were there just to provide President Trump reelection footage, Attorney General Bill Bar testified Tuesday. Riders have been armed with slingshots, Tasers and explosives but unfolds nightly around the courthouse cannot reasonably be called protest. It is by any objective measure an assault on the government of the United States Bar says federal agents helping police solve crimes in cities like Chicago in Kansas City. Is under a different authority than the federal presence currently in a city like
Democrats press defiant attorney general on response to protests, intervention in high-profile cases
"D D C C happening happening right right now now into into the the use use of of federal federal agents agents at at protests. protests. Attorney Attorney General General Bill Bill Bar Bar this this hour hour continues continues to to testify testify before before House House lawmakers lawmakers He's He's defending defending the the aggressive aggressive federal law enforcement response to civil unrest across the country in places like Portland, Oregon. Our Steve Dorsey is following the Attorney General Bill Bar, who defended the Trump administration's response to protests in places like Portland, Oregon. It is by any An assault on the government of the United States. German New York Democrat Jerry Nadler said bars response to the riots is just one example of him, enabling President Trump's alleged misconduct your time in the department. You have aided and abetted the worst failings of the president. As for the clearing of Washington's Lafayette Square of protesters, acting U. S. Park police chief Gregory Monahan testified this way in these instances we have an obligation to protect the safety of peaceful demonstrators. Maintain law and order and keep our law enforcement officers safe on that Piper the Trump administration is
Barr condemns 'rioters' in much-anticipated House testimony
"Attorney General William Barr is forcefully defending the aggressive federal law enforcement response to civil unrest around America Barr says George Floyd's killing by Minneapolis police was horrible but it has little to do with scenes playing out across the nation violent rioters and anarchists have hijacked legitimate protests bar says the justice department obligated to protect the American people and property defending deployments of federal agents to Portland Oregon and elsewhere it's his first appearance before the house Judiciary Committee which last year voted to hold him in contempt you have aided and abetted the worst failings of the president chairman Jerry Nadler says bars subverted the justice department and acted as president trump's watchdog bar says he's acted independently following the rule of law and not the president's whims Sager mag ani Washington
AG Barr focuses on police shootings, protests during House Judiciary Committee testimony
"General William Barr, testifying before the House Judiciary Committee this hour, his opening remarks focusing on police shootings and protests that sparked the calling for racial justice. According to statistics compiled by The Washington Post. The number of unarmed black men killed by police so far this year is eight. The number of unarmed white man killed by police of the same period of time is 11 at the same time Bar defended the use of federal forces deploying to cities like Portland House chair Jerry Nadler, opening the hearing, accusing Bar for unfairly targeting civil rights protesters at the Department of Justice to actively seek out conflict with American citizens. Under such flimsy pretext or for such petty purposes, the bipartisan panel will get to ask questions after opening statements,
Bill Barr Under Fire at House Hearing
"Federal prosecutor Aaron Zelinsky told Congress today that the US attorney's office in DC was under pressure from the highest levels of the justice department to go easy on trump ally Roger stone chairman Jerry Nadler offered a harsh assessment of Attorney General William Barr Mr bars work at the department justice has nothing to do with correcting injustice is the president's fixer never later said the committee may very well pursue impeachment of
Justice Department officials say decisions are politicized
"To justice department whistle blowers speaking in front of the house Judiciary Committee today outlining a series of allegations regarding what they see as political meddling in department affairs under president trump and Attorney General William Barr judiciary chair Jerry Nadler told those assembled it seems clear that bill bars actions are politically motivated and improper the Attorney General had simply missed judged the situation and thought that Mr Birmingham would go quietly then we might truck up this episode to simple miscommunication and incompetence but make no mistake this was not an isolated incident joining us on the komo news line is A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey Adam let's go into what Nadler is talking about Nadler and his fellow Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee essentially accusing the Attorney General William Barr politicized apartment justice serving as something of a cheerleader attacked Dr president trump and we heard from a number of witnesses including a former deputy Attorney General under Republican president George H. W. bush said bar refusing political cronies to reverse decisions involving trump associates and the called party completed the race in his lifetime to the rule of law and we also heard some really interesting testimony from a career prosecutor in the justice department who worked on the project stones he testified that pressure from senior department officials including the Attorney General led to more lenient sentencing and anybody else would be getting solely because Roger stone was an associate of president trump that the timing of this testimony was really interesting because it comes just hours after another trump associate general Michael when he found his atheist met after ruling by and you'll score basically coming after the justice department lobbied on his behalf so we're hearing in testimony on Capitol here and we're seeing it play out in real time to dissociate the president trump being treated special are being treated differently than any other average member of the country and the president had this to say today about what he thinks about Michael Flynn saying he thinks Michael Flynn was treated horribly by a group of very bad people expired on a campaign and they should never spy on a campaign to put it mildly never happened before in the history of our country will ease basically pointing the finger back at the Obama administration saying that while he was running for president president trump was running for president back in twenty fifteen to twenty sixteen he's saying that the Obama administration's justice department was illegally looking into what was going on in his campaign and basically comes down to accusations of partisanship and politicization on both sides of the aisle I think that the Democrats really going after the justice department which has been traditionally so independent from what's happening in the White House willing to at times look into and investigate the goings on of his own party at the White House and saying that William Barkat if he's doing is constitutionally required duty just acting on the president's behalf and present health kind of playing the what about game as he looks back a few years and says he with the Obama administration's justice department I was playing politics not his own is this all coming about because of tourney General William Barr removing the district attorney Geoffrey Berman ends yeah I mean it it certainly doesn't help William Barr's case and you know although president trump has the right to dismissed any of these US attorneys at anytime you like he was the optics of the situation William Barr announcing late on a Friday night that Berman with stepping down Berman later saying I never resign showing up for work the next day on a Saturday morning and then it having to be trump who steps in to actually fire him over the weekend it seems like the trump administration there never really crossing the line when it comes to their actions always seems like there's an administrative staff but they're going about it in the wrong way in a potentially illegal waste inspired by the Supreme Court on other issues being flagged on Capitol Hill today it seems like it the governing party administrative aspect of the action that president trump and his administration you get
Democrats demand investigation over firing of powerful New York federal prosecutor
"The house Judiciary Committee plans to subpoena Attorney General William Barr as it investigates the firing of a federal prosecutor the committee's chairman Democrat Jerry Nadler says he'll try to compel the Attorney General to appear on July second the move is expected after the firing of Geoffrey Berman U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York Berman had been investigating several of president trump's advisers and associates including his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani over the weekend Berman refused to step down but reversed course when he was assured his investigations would
Nadler to subpoena AG Barr over Berman firing
"House Judiciary Committee chair Jerry Nadler says he's asked U. S. attorney Geoffrey Berman to testify on Wednesday along side to whistle blowers no word on whether he will Burma's stepped down this weekend from his post as U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York after an extraordinary public clash with Attorney General bill Barr Simon marks reports Democrats are demanding an inquiry into the extraordinary defenestration of Geoffrey Berman the U. S. attorney in the Southern District of New York over the weekend Mr Berman is the man who has been leading criminal investigations into president trump's business empire the activities in Ukraine of the president's personal lawyer Rudy guiliani and also the investigation into Jeffrey Epstein the disgraced and now deceased financier accused of sex trafficking but all of that came to a sudden end when Attorney General William Barr also president trump to fire Mr Berman over the weekend and the Democrats leader in the Senate Charles Schumer wants to know why that the actions were taken on a late Friday was the first clue something nefarious was happening the late Friday night dismissal reeks of potential corruption of the legal process the second clue was that Attorney General Barr about what he and the president were doing Mr Barr claimed that Mr Berman was quote stepping down my short while later Mister Berman revealed that in fact he was not stepping down in the space of just a few minutes our nation's top law enforcement official proving to be dishonest with the American people the U. S. attorney's office in New York has a long tradition of jealously guarding its independence
"jerry nadler" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Hopefully, that won't be the case, but it is interesting that the blouse you did a few weeks ago when some protests broke out, say that they basically were not allowed under the pause order, and as you mentioned, he's not gone back to that line this week. Because I think he understands the outpouring. Feeling is just too great for that kind of a argument to work, but. This ties into what we're going to focus on in the special third half hour of our program today we'll have on the district attorney of Brooklyn Mr. Eric Gonzalez to talk about. Not just these protests and the policing issues of the moment, but the bigger questions about the criminal justice reform conversation the discussions about racism and. And this not never ending cycle of. Violence against black people perpetrated by some officers the law. That's what we'll do in the last part of our show from six o'clock on before that Ben will have on a couple of canucks. Yes we're continuing some of our exploration here on the show in other work that Gotham Gazette and see limits are doing of the congressional races that are coming up this month. you know folks obviously have been focused on. The and its fallout so many issues related to that then we have as we've been discussing here. you know the incident in Minneapolis and everything that's tied to that and the reaction, but there were also elections happening this month here in new. York, A. Huge slate of races will be on the ballot month There's the June twenty Third Primary Day, but of course there's also early voting starting June thirteenth going to June twenty-first, and as we discussed on the show before all voters can vote absentee gubernatorial order, but you have to get an absentee ballot application. Send that back. Get the ballots and Napa back in order to vote these are. Are Closed Party primaries so most of the action as usual New York City is on the democratic side and one of those races is a new is the tenth Congressional District which is mostly in Manhattan on the West Side and parts of Brooklyn, and that is where incumbent representative Jerry Nadler is facing to challenges in the Democratic primary, and we'll have his two challengers with us today..
"jerry nadler" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Twenty all my gosh this is pretty wild all the impeachment stuff is pretty wild I don't see the Democrats doing well at all as of today and now I understand why Jerry Nadler was not allowed to leave the house impeachment instigation because Jerry Nadler it was amazing Jerry Nadler was amazing and transparent in telling the United States Senate and all of its senators that if you do not vote my way you are now on American and he also called him a liar and this is a this is amazing and John Roberts was nice Chief Justice John Roberts who literally has almost no role in this even though he he does but he doesn't anything he decides can be overruled by the Senate a simple majority the Senate so he says you can do that your need to step down and the fifty one senators vote he's wrong he's he's done so he has he done with that he'll be overlooked that so he has very little power honestly almost no power whatsoever but he admonished them and nobody wants to look bad like that so he said both of you which will play all the highlights of that in a second but the big deal here is that he was obviously admonishing Nadler for saying that their treat their traitorous traders here I'll I'm gonna play this for you because this is this is really incredible but never did last night we should be surprised that here in the United States Senate actually I should say this morning right executive producer Chris the greatest a limited body in the world we we are expected to put our oath of office ahead of political expediency by the way he says the greatest but deliberate about in the world sort of which he already knowledge is it it's not like he doesn't acknowledging still says you're a bunch of friggin American trainer if if you don't vote my way listen where we expected to be honest where we are expected to protect the interests of the American people we should be surprised shocked that any senator would vote to block this witness or any relevant witness who might shed additional light on the president's obvious misconduct he's talking about voting against sipping a Bolton will you vote to allow all of the relevant evidence to be presented here well you betray your pledge to be an impartial juror would you bring ambassador both in here will you permit us to present you with the entire record of the president's misconduct what will you instead choose to be complicit in the president's cover up okay so you're you're complicit in a cover up or go back a second would you bring ambassador both in here would you permit us to present you with the entire record of the press is misconduct or will you instead choose to be complicit in the president's cover up so far I'm sad to say I see a lot of senators voting for a cover up he is sharing them this short squat weevil wobble is that sure is like that isn't that character angry from what was that the card doubles at the movie we all saw I saw I saw which **** the emotions that are in your head and you know they the guy was anger the guy was angry guy whatever he would freak out at the flames come out of it said that movie I remember what it is is a dream works with what that was a big one he's like that guy and it's amazing he thinks he can come to their house and tell them what to do it shows you the arrogance and the blindness of these folks voting to deny witnesses absolutely indefensible vote obviously a treacherous about a travel to vote against an honest consideration of the evidence of the against the president a vote against an honest trial a vote against the United States you're on American your body against the US if you don't fall my way I'm in your house telling you I'm telling you you're covering up if you don't go my way are the you want the truth or you and you must permit the witnesses or you want a shameful cover up history will judge and so the electorate area go you wanna shameful cover up because you voted against me is what he said I'll play the rebuttals from mom I got the secular and simple only rebuttals but I will play the Moblin optimize will kind of give you the context so simple only what next executive producer Chris right on make sure I get this and write or sit baloney the president's lead counsel I want but first we've been respectful of the Senate we've made our arguments to you and you don't deserve and we don't deserve what just happened Mister Nadler came up here and made false allegations against our team he made false allegations against all of you he accused you of a cover up he's been making false allegations against the president the only one who should be embarrassed Mister Nadler is you for the way you've addressed this body this is the United States Senate you're not in charge here Hey in the J. secular the president's counsel's well German Nadler talked about treacherous at about twelve ten AM January twenty second the chairman of the Judiciary Committee if this body on the floor of the Senate said executive privilege and other nonsense now think about that for a moment executive privilege and other nonsense Mr number is not nonsense these are privileges recognized by the Supreme Court of the United States that is winning that is winning Jay Sekulow continued the constitution doesn't allow which is the place what we've dealt with for the last now thirteen hours now that is a good one right in local we've dealt with this man just use my brain this piece of evidence this man right here behold look what we've been doing he should have been say look we've been dealing with for three years and we hopefully are closing the proceedings but not on a very high note only guilty people try to hide evidence so I guess when president Obama instructed Attorney General do not give information he was guilty of a crime that's the way it works pause it right there bring is that what you were United States constitution because that's not the way it was written that is not the way it's interpreted and is not the way the American people should have to live I'll tell you what's treacherous come to the floor of the Senate and say executive privilege and other nonsense we are the rest of our time I like it and then George Roberts comes out admonishes which is a a warning I think it is appropriate at this point for me to admonish both the house managers and the president's council in equal terms I had to remember that they are addressing the world's greatest deliberative body one reason it has earned that title is because its members avoid speaking in a manner and using language that is not conducive to civil discourse in the nineteen oh five swing trial of senator objected when one of the managers use the word petty **** and the presiding officer said the word ought not to have been used I don't think we need to see a spire to that higher standard but I do think those addressing the Senate should remember where they are talking by the way is placing undue.
"jerry nadler" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Jerry Nadler was openly campaign campaigning to be the ranking member on the house Judiciary Committee specifically specifically because he was an expert on impeachment that's the Nadler's campaign to be the top Democrat on judiciary this week wasn't even the first time house Democrats events news articles of impeachment it was after the seventh time they started less than six months after the president was sworn in they tried to impeach president trump for being impolite the prime hearing Mitch McConnell from the floor of the Senate is response to Nancy Pelosi and the peach went in the house yesterday change in president Obama's policy on transgender people in the military all of these plans more hot crimes and misdemeanors according to Democrat yeah this one just a few people scores scores of Democrats voted to move forward with impeachment all three of those prior occasions so it's very clear the house vote yesterday was not some neutral judgment the Democrats came to with great reluctance it was the predetermined M. about partisan crusade but again before president trump was even nominated let alone sworn in for the very first time in modern history we've sent a political faction in Congress promise from the moment the moment a president election ended they would find some way to overturn a few months ago Democrats three eight year long impeachment in search of articles found its way to the subject I'll be a crime house Democrats embarked on the most rush least sorrow and most unfair impeachment inquiry in modern history chairmanship and Cory was poisoned bipartisanship from the outset is for soldiers and parameters unfair in unprecedented ways Democrats try to make German ship into it the fact those special prosecutor not withstanding the fact that he's a partisan member of Congress who'd already engaged and strange and by us is scrapped president to cut the Republican minority out of the process you do not president trump the same sorts of procedural rights the houses of both parties had provided a past presence both parties president trump's council could not participate in Sherman shift hearings present evidence or cross examine witnesses the house judiciary committee's crime at those was even more a historical it was like a speaker called a German Nadler an order one impeachment rush delivered please the committee found no facts on its own did nothing to verify the shift report they're only witnesses were liberal law professors and congressional staffers it was red and there's a reason the impeachment inquire that led to president Nixon's resignation required about fourteen months of hearings fourteen months in addition to a special prosecutor's investigation with president Clinton the independent counsel then Kerr had been underway literally for years before the house Judiciary Committee actually done again mountains around it now mounds of testimony from first Jan fact witnesses Sir if legal battles to get what was necessary this time around house Democrats skip all that spend just twelve weeks well wakes more than a year hearing for Nixon multiple years of investigation for Clinton and they've impeach president trump and Chloe wakes twelve weeks so let's talk about what the house actually produced in those twelve weeks house Democrats rush and rigged inquire yielded two articles two of inpatient they're fundamentally unlike any articles that any prior house of representatives is ever path the first article concerns the core events which house Democrats claim in our impeachable the timing of aid do you cry but it does not even purport to alleged actual crime instead they deploy the vague phrase abuse of power abuse of power two in tune the president's action in a general indeterminate way Spiegel blows his house just gave in to a temptation that every other house in history as a manager is a I say that again speaker blows his house just gave into a temptation that every other house in our history.
"jerry nadler" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"After eleven thirty eastern last night nine thirty our time they're having those house Judiciary Committee hearings on impeaching president trump when chairman Jerry Nadler started speaking on the microphone and I think it was unexpected to a lot of people it said that it's been a long two days of consideration of these articles and that is now very late at night I want to members on both sides of the aisle to think about what has happened over these last two days and to search their consciences before we cast a final votes wow a lot a lot going on in that statement along two days Jerry how bout a long three years your party has been trying to get president trump out of office pretty much since he won the election three years ago I mean what was it right afterwards recounts ordered and some of those swing states he won like Michigan and Pennsylvania than there was Russia collusion in the boulder investigation that ended really with a thought and now this Ukraine business so yes Jerry I'm sure it has been a long two days and working fourteen hours yesterday because your committee is trying to jam this impeachment investigation thrill and then something else I need to point to that he said and that was bush league now that that that when it was it was this one that never she's been a long two days of consideration of these articles and that is now very late at night I want the members on both sides of the aisle to think about what has happened over these last two days and to search their consciences before we cast a final votes he sounded to me like a kind of a lecturing chastising dad now you take time to think about this think long and hard about the decision you're about to make yeah because nobody's been thinking about this at all for the last three years since it's been every day all day on pretty much all the cable networks and I'm sure some jury number in your party or thinking long and hard about this because their political futures are on the line there are thirty or so Democrats in trump districts or swing districts who maybe one Turner's because of how all of this is playing out pulls a lot of polls are showing most Americans are not in favor of impeaching the president so you have Jerry Nadler unexpectedly there apparently putting off the vote on whether or not to impeach president trump and here's what ranking member Doug Collins said he's blues not half that was bush league why I've seen in my life because they want to simply get it back on the camera because after eleven o'clock tonight and they don't think enough people is watching this committee is more concerned about getting on TV in the morning it was finishing his job tonight and letting the members go home so in other words I think of calling to sing numbers postponing it because who's going to be watching that eleven thirty at night at ten AM eastern you're gonna have a lot more people viewing this today's house Judiciary Committee vote on it three Arizonans are on that committee any big that it was still Republicans Democrat Greg Stanton and they're going along party lines on this Stanton wants to impeach Biggs and let's go have been and remain fears defenders of president trump all right so that's that's what's happening but here here's how I think this is going to play out like it or not the Judiciary Committee will vote to impeach the president on obstruction of Congress and abuse of power the Senate for a full house vote and then the Senate will take it up assuming it passes the house Mitch McConnell Republican leader in the Senate so he's the Senate leader was on fox news last night and said this is what's going to happen the case or so darn week coming over from the house we all know how it's going down there's no chance the press is going to be removed from office so now that we have all that settled it's time to get to the important stuff I apologize for doing that but that there was a great Twitter battle it started.
"jerry nadler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"With now Jerry Nadler in nineteen ninety eight had a different standard for impeachment the effect of impeachment is to overturn the popular will of the voters we must not overturn an election and remove the president from office except to defend our system of government or our constitutional liberties against the dire threats and we must not do so without an overwhelming consensus of the American people they must never be a narrowly voted impeachment when impeachment supported by one of our major political parties and opposed by the other that was Jerry Nadler back in nineteen ninety eight Nancy Pelosi Sameer because to move forward on an impeachment is very serious I think it has dramatic impact on the confidence of the American people have in government that the world has now in our president and that we are setting a precedent that we and I believe that we shouldn't be frivolous and how we go forward and punishing a president whose politics we don't approve of that was Nancy Pelosi back in nineteen ninety eight thank any peace now to be bi partisan cat Jerry Nadler same thing nineteen ninety eight any peace but I to be bipartisan how bipartisan is this not a single Republican in the house voted for impeachment inquiry as opposed to thirty one or so Democrats voting for the impeachment inquiry into Bill Clinton as opposed to a vote of four hundred and ten to four to proceed with an impeachment inquiry against Richard Nixon this is a man the most one sided in the history of this country it is not even meet the criteria set forth by Jerry Nadler and set forth by Nancy Pelosi back in nineteen ninety eight when we come back Jim Cramer of CNBC said like trump trump these economic numbers are the best numbers of our lives Kevin McCarthy the Republican leader in the house to the Democrats still can't get over the fact that president trump won the election and I still want to explore Joe Biden repeatedly saying that he marched during the civil rights era and was involved in organized protests to desegregate a movie theater and a restaurant in Wilmington Delaware the problem is there's no evidence of it and what makes me repeat a moderate now if you're in any kind of pain I'm talking about back neck shoulder hip or knee pain you've got options you've got relief factor which is a one hundred percent drug free supplement to help your body deal with prevent even lower information tens of thousands of people are now taking really factor every single day and it's because they are in less or no pain and I got to know Pete and set top with the father son owners of really factor and that is precisely why they created the three we quick start to make it as easy and as inexpensive as possible for you to get out of pain too they're on a mission to get you out of pain.
"jerry nadler" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"So let's talk a little bit about the lawyers who are testifying. Because it's kind of interesting. I was looking looking at the lineup and for people who read or listened to slate. There are a lot of familiar people who are going to be up there first up. This Guy Noah Feldman we've had him as a guest on the show before he's most famously known as the guy who went and worked on Iraq's constitution for President George W Bush when the very young right I mean they're young and to me I saw him on. This list does like in the before times this would be like a conciliatory move for the Democrats towards the Republicans. Look we have this guy who's sort of a neutral figure who Republicans have trusted. But I'm not sure that's GONNA come come off this way this time around Yeah no film is someone who is extremely well credentialed and is in an especially partisan person but he has a lot of expertise expertise on impeachment and he has written some opinion columns The show he's quite concerned about this. So you know he might be very good witness for for Democrats in this case. He's not not someone who can be slammed as a partisan but who is deeply troubled about what president trump has done and knows his stuff. Yeah there's someone else on this list who also caught my eye which is is Her name is Pamela Carlin from Stanford and she caught my eye. Because I'd heard her on asleep. PODCAST on amicus. I think it was last month. Because she was just arguing in front of the Supreme Court in favor of gay rights. Basically saying you can't be fired for being gay because it's a sex discrimination and the reason why I was struck by the fact that she was on this list was not only because she's been talked about as a potential Supreme Court justice herself which is interesting but but because she joked with the Supreme Court justices when she was up there like she made an snl reference she referred to. Its Pat in answering one of the questions which the justices this is did not get by the way but got sort of laughs from the crowd but it struck me that she might be a good witness in the same way. Fiona Hill was in that that she won't take a lot of Goth from people who are looking to push her around yet. It might help Democrats just in terms of keeping interest trysts in this hearing. You know so. It doesn't just become the sort of academic seminar that Republicans are portraying it at us. Yeah Jonathan Turley is the Republican choice. And and he's the sort of interesting guy. He testified in favor of Clinton's impeachment. You know a few years back but he also just read an article that was called. How the the Democrats can build a better case for impeachment? So I guess he's sort of new neutral a little bit but his main advice was you need to get first-hand first-hand witnesses which is interesting because it's not that the Democrats don't want firsthand witnesses. They're just being prevented from getting them. You know he's been in in the public spotlight for a while. His politics are it can be a little all over the place depending on the time He's I mean he's pretty libertarian. Overall but You Know He. He was quite critical of certain aspects of the Bush presidency torture. Now he is. He's sort of come out. Criticizing lot of allow things. Democrats have done And I think that's why Republicans are bringing them on because he's you know I think on this particular case Pretty close to their position this hearing with the Constitutional Scholars I. It seems like a way for Democrats continue with inquiry carefully. But they don't have a lot of time if they want to vote on impeachment by Christmas. Jim Says it's GonNa be a Mad Dash. The House of Representatives has already extended session by a week. It wasn't supposed to be there till December twentieth but they will know sorry. Jim No vacation for you. Well I don't know if I'm ever GONNA leave the capital because the twentieth going to be sort of the apocalypse I mean. The twentieth is going Media Apocalypse Lips. It's going to be the apocalypse because we have. That's the government funding deadline. And that's that's when it looks like they'll probably vote impeachment if they're able to get it done beforehand hand and it's also the day that the new star wars movie comes out so like everything's happening on December twentieth and we got one of these one of these. Very chilling notes from the majority leader's office. It says changing the schedule and says we will now be going till Friday December twentieth remember should be advised that votes are possible after three. PM which book your flights right. which don't book your flights and and also you're going to be four in the morning? Maybe so yeah it's GonNa be it's GonNa be a sprint. Can you just lay out. The dance moves are going to have to do Over the next three weeks to get this finished. It's a pretty clear schedule of what you do. They're going to have this. You know academic seminar with the law professors first and then they would give you know the president a day or at least a session with his lawyers to make their case against it and then they would go to drafting and amending and marking up a specific articles. They would vote it out of committee. They debate on the floor and the vote out of the floor is just something saying that especially when you want to give people enough notice to prepare their arguments and you want to space out hearings. That's usually what makes us take awhile. Two and a half weeks is especially when they're no more hearing scheduled for this very week. I mean that's really quite condensed. So you know we'll see if there's any pressure you know if there's any pressure from the public or within the caucus to space this out over Christmas but Democrats have never announced a timetable because you never announce a timetable. Well if you're not completely sure but it's pretty clear. The marching orders are to get this done before Christmas. It just seems like it's GonNa it's GonNa feel Pretty Rush Jim Newell. Thank you so much for joining me. Okay thank you. Jim Newell Covers Congress for slate. He's our senior politics writer. And that's the show if you're looking for something else to listen to right now. I highly recommend listening to those lawyers who are about to testify on Capitol Hill going to what next archives and look for Noah or Feldman we talked to him back in January about bill bar and again in May then you can go check out Dolly Olympics. Amicus podcast where you can hear. Pamela Carlin and Michael Michael Gearhart. What next is produced by Mary? Wilson Jason Billion Daniel Hewitt and Morris. Silvers I'm Mary Harris. Catch you back here tomorrow..
"jerry nadler" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"So we're about to see these hearings things in the judiciary committee and this is coming after a couple of pretty barbed letters back and forth between the Chairman of that committee Jerry Nadler Learn and Pats at Bologna. The White House counsel what of these guys been saying to each other. Well if we go back to the impeachment process resolution the Democrats. It's passed last month laying out the process once the process reach Judiciary Committee after the Intelligence Committee had passed off. Its findings The president would have a right to participate in the hearings. Have Their Council present Ask questions present their defense. So Nadler sent a letter last week. Asking the White House if they would participate in this first hearing pretty simple letter they got a response from White House. Counsel Pat Sipa Loney earlier. This week that was about five pages of ranting about the process saying it's you know unfair and a sham. They will not participate in the first hearing but they would consider participating in future ones. The hearing today seems a little academic Democ a bunch of constitutional lawyers getting together and sort of talking about what is impeachment. What is the committee need to do today? Eh I think that Democrats just want to have some experts in there to say that what the president has done is well within the bounds of what the founders considered high crimes and misdemeanors and the sort of behavior they left impeachment in the constitution for I did enjoy in White House counsel Pat Sip Bolognaise. He's led the committee. He called it a after the fact. Constitutional Law Seminar and an invitation to an academic discussion with law professors. I mean he was essentially actually saying what I think the. GOP response to this hearing will be which is boring snooze. You know. We don't need to hear these expert. This hearing is a is a waste of time but it is keeping keeping in precedent with the Clinton patron where they did open with a similar hearing from experts just to get a grounding for what constitutes an impeachable offenses one of the lawyers who is showing today actually did testify in the Clinton impeachment to so these people have been around for a while talking about this very issue right. Passable got to Bologna is the president's lawyer of course and a lot has been made about the fact that he and the president. no-one from their team is showing up here. But in some ways I read that letter that you're talking about and I was kind of as a point. This is a an academic exercise. I don't know what the lawyer for the president would be doing it. These hearings right. Yeah I don't know if it's that important for the White House to have a presence here I mean. Would they just sit in a chair. Aaron watches experts have their academic discussion. So I don't think that was. It's really that necessary for the White House to have someone here. You know they can just use as another opportunity you to send out a letter that says this whole process Sham White House lawyers are not the only ones criticizing. This impeachment process is illegitimate. After after weeks of congressional hearings Republican lawmakers released a scathing summary report of their own rejecting most of the sworn testimony. Can you talk a little bit about looking at that report. Hundred Twenty three pages long. What you thought about how? The Republicans are honing honing their strategy. Here yeah well you know some had been wondering if Republicans after all this testimony if they would move to a a point of well. The president clearly made some mistakes but we don't think it rises to the level of impeachment. At least in the House that is not where they are they are very much at the point of the president. Did nothing wrong. Democrats crafted a fictional narrative. I mean the report that the Republicans release which is one hundred twenty three pages. I admit I did not read all of it But you know it's it does not say there's even a hint wrongdoing. It says the president you know presents Alinsky and Ukraine was elected. The the hold on aid was put so that the president has team could vet him to make sure that there wasn't any You know to make sure they wasn't just another corrupt leader of Ukraine eventually. Eventually they determined that he was not and they really hold which is sort of the theory that Jim Jordan one of the the main Republicans on the Intel Committee who will also be on the Judiciary Committee that was his theory that he together so yeah. Republicans are really holding this line that like literally the present did nothing wrong. And perhaps it is job. Excellently and Democrats just can't handle it and are trying to overthrow him but of course. There was this reporting in the last week that the president knew about the whistle blower report before he released the aid and so it becomes this circle of well. He released the aid but did he know Some evidence is being left out. Some evidence is being included. Yeah I mean I think. Republicans aren't really paying attention to the details or the nuances in any of the you know any of the explosive testimony. That may have come out in the weeks before. And they're using sort of the lack of a smoking smoking triple smoking gun. I E president trump. You know shaking presents Alinsky by the lapels and demanding these investigations and they're just exploring that to say that the president did nothing wrong. Everything else is here. Say Okay When this was in front of the Intelligence Committee we Devin nunes? WHO's the ranking member of that committee? Really making these arguments to just look anywhere else. But the president that hearing was the pitiful finale of a three year long operation by the Democrats the corrupt media and partisan some bureaucrats to overturn the results of the two thousand sixteen election and he was bringing in a lot of conspiracy theories. There's a lot of talk about this Democratic Arctic operative named Alexandra Chalupa but I think that Doug Collins who is the ranking member on the judiciary committee might take a different approach. Do you want to lay out a little bit. How his strategy might look different than what we saw in the intelligence committee? Yes so you know. In the Intelligence Committee. We saw a lot have Jim Jordan. Doing a lot of the taking the lead in a lot of ways whereas devin nunes was just sort of sarcastic little conspiratorial. But it didn't didn't didn't really use lavas time. Doug towns could be a little bit more like Jim Jordan and that he's GonNa talk really fast he's GonNa try to trip up the witnesses. He's going to try to sure about the other Democrats on the committee is also true that you issued over two hundred twenty eight hundred subpoenas executed nearly five hundred search warrants of more than two hundred and thirty orders for communication records and fifty pen in registers. That went a little fast for me. Okay in your report at this very simple you did a lot of work right. Yeah I agree so I think you're just gonNA see him throwing a lot of wrenches into What Nadler's trying to do lots of points of order lots of parliamentary inquiries and Nadler Adler you know some Democrats say is not as quick on his feet at shutting those down as Adam Schiff was so? I think that they're just gonNA. They're going going to try to take advantage of Nadler's Sometimes good impulses to allow points of order and parliamentary maneuvers to be voiced out loud into gum up the proceedings. Yeah it's interesting because watching the hearings over the last few weeks with Adam Schiff and control. He was really able to keep a tight rein green on things like he would banged that gavel and just no no no no suspend not recognize have a point of is not recognizable point of order. Now John was not recognized. I do WanNa respond allowed to order. I jump is not recognized in there. Four minute scripts. That have been in. Relief is not recognized ranking member was what is it that allows him to do that. But people worry a little bit about Nadler's capability of doing the same thing. Well I think one of the low points for Democrats is Congress was the Testimony with Corey Lewandowski. Who is the president's former campaign manager in the Judiciary Committee in mid-september sort of just before this Ukraine scan was breaking up and loon doc- came in and stonewalled? The Committee made a mockery of it. You know he he would refuse to answer a lot of questions. And there was one really excruciating moment with Nadler specifically were Nadler Adler asked him a very basic question. Like you met with the president this date and wanted to ask you said oh I need to see the page report where it says that seventeen gene you met alone in the Oval Office with the president. Could you read the exact language of the reporter. I don't have it available to me. I don't think I need to do that. And I have limited time. Did you meet alone with the Krizan that date to refresh my memory by providing a copy of the report so I can follow along. You don't have a copy with. I don't have a copy of the report congressman and then Collins would chime in about how Nadler couldn't stop clock during all. This one's the questions I asked Mr Chairman. The clock overview sick and Line German gentlemen one of order a witness has the timing. Nadler seem to get a little bit flustered so it took three minutes for now to get Lebowski to sort of admit that he met with trump on this specific day. And that's I think what Democrats are a little worried about is just that that. He's he could allow the the works to get gummed up and he also has to deal with a much larger committee. I mean there are I think. Twenty three people on the Intelligence Committee Eh. Their forty one people on the Judiciary Committee. Silly Double Yeah nearly double and you also have a lot more you know you have a lot more showboats. I guess you could say the Judiciary Judiciary Committee who might want to jump in and try to gum up Nadler. So I think you know it's not that Nadler's necessarily uniquely bad of this or something thing I think it's just a difficult job in general to try to keep an impeachment hearing something that polarizing on track when you have such a difficult called committee to manage so there are a lot of cats to herd and there are more like outdoor cats on this committee ads. Yeah.
"jerry nadler" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"It's always seemed weird at first. Even podcast seemed weird when they first came out. They were called audio blogs. You downloaded them right right to your little. MP Three player just like podcasts. Electric cars are normal now. They've got longer ranges faster recharging times and more models to choose brought electric cars. They're normal now. Learn more at normal now dot Kala yesterday after weeks of investigation. The Democrats in the House Intelligence Committee released a three hundred page report. Art It attempts to tell the story of what went on between president trump and Ukraine. The Summer Equips George Washington Ben. Franklin sums up more than one hundred hours of testimony from seventeen witnesses but if you want the cliff notes version the Democrats put that out to. Oh why these sizzle reel that they put everyone was in the loop. We followed the president's orders orders the Democrats that trailer for impeachment that they put out. Yeah compelling for your considerations so he's going to do the first words you see on the screen seen in this video. They read two weeks of testimony one story of betrayal. Slates Jim Newell. He covers congress. He says sure this may seem a little dweeby. But also it does I guess distill it into. Here's the witnesses. Here's the role each played aide with terrifying music and everything did set him on buses. Fallen Gotten I think this is all going to blow up. He we are. I mean if you weren't sure that that what trump did was bad. Maybe the music tell you that it was bad. You know because it was very frightening this report. This sizzle reel will they signal. Congress's impeachment inquiry has moved onto a new stage. It does yeah. The Judiciary Committee has jurisdiction over impeachment. you know so they just kick most of the investigating work to intelligence but yeah it does have to go through judiciary now. It's Jerry Nadler. WHO HEADS UP THE JUDICIARY Committee? He's been wanting to impeach the president for months now but Nancy Pelosi insisted on taking a more cautious approach. She routed impeachment hearings to the Intelligence Committee first. So what's the VIBE. Now that it's going back to Jerry Nadler the guy they sort of kicked out of impeachment and now it has to go through him anyway. I think it's a little bit nervous. I think Democrats recognize that their best opportunity to build the case and to to move public opinion into martial support for this was in the open hearings with some of their best fact witnesses. And now it's GonNa Judiciary where you have some of the biggest clowns in Congress and and you have a chairman who is not really the best You know Disciplined master the maintaining order in a pretty unruly committee. It may just be a little sloppy and I don't think they're looking forward to that today. On the show. The Democrats in the House seem determined to vote on impeachment before Christmas despite intense political gridlock Jim Newell is going to tell us what to expect when hearings pick back up again later this morning. I'm Mary Harris. You're listening to what next stick with us. This episode is brought to you by electrify America electric cars. They're normal now. Electric TRUECAR's May seem a little different but new technology. It's always seemed a little weird at first. Even podcasts. Were Weird when I came out in early two thousands they were called audio video blogs you download them to your little. MP Three player but now people all over the world. Listen to podcasts all the time. You're doing it right now. Just like podcasts. PODCASTS electric cars. They're normal now. They've got longer ranges. Meaning they're not just for work commutes. They've faster recharging times. See you don't have to wait around all day for a charge charge and they're more models to choose from sedans. SUV's luxury vehicles even motorcycles with more affordable models and less routine maintenance they they may actually help you save money electric cars. They're normal now. Learn more at normal now dot com..
"jerry nadler" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And Jerry Nadler I said that he wants is done by the end of the year so the question is can they do that and over runs in an election year how much is that impact things from minister Boris Johnson in the U. K. is rejecting any suggestion that he resign following the court's determination and he broke British law more from correspondent nic Robertson has made it very clear that he will respect the decision of the cold however he says he strongly disagrees with that this is going to continue in its mission to get written out of the European Union by the thirty first of October the deadline that is coming up very soon instead of Wednesday's opening bell on wallstreet right now Dow futures up fifty three man six of fourteen million Francis. so there's this guy named Jordan and he's a healthy guy he's a dad of six and he works as a guide in Alaska but then he goes to the doctor and he's diagnosed with cancer stage four and here's the thing he had switched from medical insurance to measure which is a Christian health care sharing ministry so the question for Jordan and his wife Jenny was is this really going to work our medical bills exceeded a hundred and sixty thousand dollars medic share members shared all our bills it was about more than just the money to this is a real community megashare is is a family a group of people that stick with you through the hardest times of your life I just don't know how I could have done it without measure it's so worth looking into there's a reason this is.
"jerry nadler" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Not Jerry Nadler anzac conducting press conference where he sat we we can't go any further now last we've seen of the grand jury materials from the mother of investigation that's a violation of the law he's asking the want to be broken the higher can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack sure.
"jerry nadler" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Officers. Many of Don. And you have others that are suffering painfully from a whole variety of cancers and other health issues, and there's been an acceleration of those dying in just the last couple of years, or those that are in a terminal phase right now because of just the nasty toxins, and the carcinogens that were ingested and breathed in, in the aftermath of nine eleven. I don't think about Al Qaeda and the only killed three thousand people on nine eleven. No, it goes far beyond that the number of police officers and firefighters. First responders that have fallen ill have died, or they are going to die, or lives that have been so ill affected, because of health issues. And I don't know why we have to go through this. I don't know why this has to be dragged out where congress could not establish permanent funding to compensate and help with the medical payments and the health issues of these first responders, this ought to be involuntary. This should be a no brainer. By the way, I played, some John Stewart. I want to finish up with just the, the rest of the audio cut that I was playing at the end of last hour. This is the House Judiciary committee. This is Gerald Nadler's committee. You know, as I looked at the video, and you can see the camera right in front of John Stewart on C span. And then they'll show the, the, the shot from behind John Stewart shoulder to the dais, where the house of representatives of the, the, the, the committee members in the house are seated, and you see all the empty seats in this day. I don't know if I saw Jerry Nadler, there, I was looking to see when they have the reverse shot looking out at the day, whether nether was even sitting there. I don't think he was. And Jerry Nadler is the chairman of the House Judiciary committee, because the Democrats, obviously, hold all the committees because there, you know running the house these days. And keep in mind, the Jerry Nadler is a house of representatives member. And committee chair from Manhattan. He is from the Upper West side. His district includes the Upper West side of Manhattan. I don't even think he was at this, this committee hearing, which is disgraced stack. It's what gave a reeling nation a solid foundation to stand back upon to remind us of why this country is great of why this country is worth fighting for, and you are ignoring them..
"jerry nadler" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Into the soul of Donald Trump is. I think fails to realize how. Happens to be here in this country. What the hell is this guy rambling on about? I think he fails to realize how he happened and the media find this guy's spectacular. I go get go. Get little dick Blumenthal. Well, yeah, we need. We need some expert input here. He can't find him. Okay. Jerry, Jerry, Nadler, we like Jerry Nadler. Can't find Jerry go get at my Sheff. He's, he's a good one over and over. They loop these guys in Blumenthal, chef Nadler, Nadler, blooming fault shift, then waters, Loma tall chef waters. It sounds like a song. Same damn thing. Still, what's that running for president soi? Well. Eric swallow, well. He needed calculator to keep up with all these candidates running on the democrat side, don't you? I feel like they went to an insane asylum, and then emptied the place and cetera year run for president. You're running for renting for me. I have to get a haircut Bego sit down and shut up. I want everybody to see him getting my teeth clean, excuse me. This apparently appeals to millennials. Okay. And I apologize. I'm white male. I'm straight. I'm rich. I'm sorry. If you're that, sorry, why are you running for president the United States? I don't understand this. Nobody will like say week man Beethoven just so you know nobody likes a week man. Like you anyway. Back to little dick Blumenthal from then not make state cut ten go..
"jerry nadler" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Into the soul of Donald Trump. Is he? I think fails to realize how. Happens to be here in this country. Now what what the hell is this guy rambling on about? I think he fails to realize how he happened in the media find this guy's spectacular. I go get go. Get little dick Blumenthal. Well, yeah, we need. We need some expert input here. He can't find him. Jerry, Jerry, Nadler, we like Jerry Nadler. You can't find Jerry get out of my shift. He's, he's a good one over and over. They loop these guys in Blumenthal. Chef Nadler, Nadler, Blumenthal shift, then waters Blumenthal, chef man waters. It sounds like a song. Same damn thing. Still what side he hits theme running for president soi. Well. Eric swallow, well. You need a calculator to keep up with all these candidates run on the democrat side, don't you? I feel like they went to an insane asylum, then emptied, the place and cetera year, rented for president year rented for Renan for me to get a haircut Bego sit down and shut up. I want everybody to see them getting my teeth clean, excuse me. This apparently appeals to millennials. Okay. And I apologize. I'm white male. I'm straight, I'm rich. I'm sorry. If you're that, sorry, why are you running for president the United States? I don't understand this. Nobody will like say week man Beethoven just so you know nobody likes a week man. Like you anyway. Back to little dick Blumenthal from the nutmeg state cut ten go. Here.
"jerry nadler" Discussed on WTVN
"Welcome back. Rush Limbaugh, having more fun than a human being should be allowed to have. So aby one subpoenas. And. This statement from Jerry Nadler. We have to get the facts. We will see where the facts lead. Maybe that'll lead to impeachment. Maybe it won't so Muller. And his investigation are open ended. There's no crime specified, which is violation of Justice department regulations. So mother had free rein to go. Find a crime baller had free. Rein to go make up a crime. And he made up a bunch of me created a bunch of process. Crimes to nab a bunch of witnesses any of the indictments that Muller has announced as any relationship to Donald Trump referenced. So now here comes Nadler doing the same thing. Jerry, Nadler says we have to get the facts. We'll see where the facts lead. Maybe that'll lead you impatient. Maybe it won't. Wait a minute. If there aren't any facts, then why are you doing this? Just like with Muller. He wasn't given a crime. And so this special counsel investigation became a counter intelligence investigation and counter intelligence investigations do not seek out crimes. Which is why this whole thing has been a gigantic hoax. But. When did it start just because you don't like somebody, you can begin mass subpoena requests? To get the facts. After all of this after everything that has gone on a pass to two and a half years Nadler admits he doesn't have the facts. They are so ticked off that Muller. Apparently hasn't come up with anything that they're now saying well Muller's scope was much narrower than ours. In one sense. That's true. But Muller's investigation would have a little bit more. Leeway than there's will accept eighty one. And he's just getting started. He's promising to go after vodka. Down the road and others. But this is this is crazy we've gone for two years of investigation. And a campaign where everybody and their brother was out to find dirt on Donald Trump and all they came up with was that access Hollywood tape. Two years, FOX. And there's nothing they haven't found a thing on Donald Trump. And they're gonna keep looking precisely because they don't have anything. This is not the way things happen in a Representative Republic or a democracy. This is not at all you at least have to have some indication that wrongdoing is taken place before you start pursuing it. I think they're gonna make they're.
"jerry nadler" Discussed on 710 WOR
"One subpoenas. And. This statement from Jerry Nadler. We have to get the facts, we will see where the facts lead. Maybe that'll lead to impeachment. Maybe it won't. This is taking on an aroma or an air where did this come from? Jiji giving boxes of Kleenex just magically appeared. Right. I did. So these replaced in here over the break when I didn't even notice they were. Very very now. No, that's fine. The fact that two boxes get up here with my back turned, and I don't even know it. What if there was a knife? Anyway. So. Muller and his investigation are open ended. There's no crime specified, which is violation of Justice department regulations. So mother had free rein to go. Find a crime baller had free. Rein to go make up a crime. And he made up a bunch of we created a bunch of process crimes to nab a bunch of witnesses any of the indictments that Muller has announced as any relationship to Donald Trump referenced. So now here comes Nadler doing the same thing. Jerry, Nadler says we have to get the facts. We'll see where the facts lead. Maybe that'll lead you impatient. Maybe it won't. Wait a minute. If there aren't any facts, then why are you doing this? Just like with Muller. He wasn't given a crime. And so this special counsel investigation became a counter intelligence investigation in counter intelligence investigations, do not seek out crimes. Which is why this whole thing has been a gigantic hoax. But. When did it start just because you don't like somebody, you can begin mass subpoena requests? To get the facts. After all of this after everything that has gone on a pass to two and a half years Nadler admits he doesn't have the facts. They are so ticked off that Muller. Apparently hasn't come up with anything that they're now saying well Muller scope was much narrower than ours. In one sense. That's true. But Muller's investigation would have a little bit more. Leeway than theirs will accept eighty one. And he's just getting started. He's promising to go after Vonk. Down the road and others. But this is. This is crazy we've gone for two years of investigation. And a campaign where everybody and their brother was out to find dirt on Donald Trump and all they came up with was that access Hollywood tape. Two years, FOX. And there's nothing they haven't found a thing on Donald Trump. And they're gonna keep looking precisely because they don't have anything. This is not the way things happen in a Representative Republic or a democracy. This is not at all you at least have to have some indication that wrongdoing is taken place before you start pursuing it. I think they're gonna make.
"jerry nadler" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The chairman is from New York, Jerry Nadler champion, Nadler ranking member Collins and other members of the committee. Thank you for the opportunity to be here to share my experience and perspectives on gun violence in America. My name is Ella. Eastman, a senior at high school in parkland, Florida lotta is an honor to be here before you today. I'm only here because of horrific events that have compelled me to be here. Next Thursday marks one year from the day that seventeen and my fellow classmates and educators was shot and killed seventeen. More injured. Many like me we're fortunate enough to walk away with. Lives. We will never be free from terror somewhat carry visible scars, but all of us were scarred. Emotionally for the rest of our lives. I was in my fourth paid holocaust history class. And we were presenting projects on hate groups. I can never have imagined my group partner nNcholas store at saved my life in moments to come after our presentations, we begin to hear loud pops when a gunman shot into a classroom. Nncholas door was in front of me the guy men's bullets killed him. And Helena, Randy as nNcholas fell and asked his every movement and hid underneath his life is as bullets riddled my classmates, I thought I was going to die as I laid there bed guy to make it fast when they moved on to another classroom. I wrote nNcholas off of me in places head on his arm. So it wouldn't be touching the ground. My classmates plumbing behind a filing cabinet. Why called my mom and my dad to say what I thought would be my last goodbyes, I told them how much I loved them and my brothers. I will never forget that day. What I saw what I did what happened to my classmates. I will never forget nNcholas door at who in-depth protected me. He saved my life. My life. He affective is shooting did not end on February fourteenth days later, the stress from the shooting took such a toll on my mother melodies by that she experienced a miscarriage gun violence and thousands of lives every year. It is an epidemic that extends well beyond high profile shootings. My family knew this long before parkland fifteen years ago in Brooklyn, New York, my uncle Patrick Edwards was shot in the back and killed. He was just eighteen with his whole life ahead of him. I ask that you give my generation a chance he never had minority communities very bear. The heaviest bright enough gun violence. We know this. As a fact we used to go a new report shows that the life expectancy for African Americans is reduced by has been reduced by four years on average because of gun violence, but disappointed in show me anything. I didn't already know balances everyday occurrence, and the vast majority of the communities are minority. We must stop the supply of pine guns. And they must also ensure that there's comprehensive criminal Justice reform to address structural inequalities. In the system, I'm here to tell you a simple truth, then violence is such an epidemic that anyone anywhere at any time can be affected which report white black yellow old all Americans are at risk. And this is the side of America that none of us can take pride in this is she's been radio programming from Wednesday WC SPF in Washington since that horrific day my classmates. I have been working tirelessly to support and support a sensible gun laws. I got involved with Brady campaigns team enough young people dedicated to strengthening gun laws and engaging in communities most impacted by gun violence. I'm just one of the hundreds of thousands of students that came out at the March for life demanding change. I story voices must be heard on the most important issue facing our generation, we are the generation that will end gun violence. I implore you to pass legislation..