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"jila" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Liberal firearm, Elizabeth Warren camera, Harris, Cory Booker, and Lipson Jila brand moderate, and centrist were employed for Joe Biden, Amy klobuchar Tim Ryan while the rest of the field was, sparred any ideological labeling and that's because Julio Castro is a libertarian conservative. Yes. Clearly. Have they ever called the president, a Republican firebrand? I don't believe. So I don't think so. Despite the moderate tag Biden's lifetime rating from the American conservative union is scarcely higher than socialists Sanders. Twelve point seven percent for the former vice president six point eight percent for the Remond Senator. Even as the networks downplayed, the twenty twenty democrat far leftism. They eagerly touted adjectives describing the candidates race gender ethnicity, sexual identity, and applauding the group as crowded and diverse historically, diverse and the most verse group ever to run. So there you go, by the way, I would hate their job. Busters dot org. Viet research. Yeah, I actually have to go back and watch all of these newscasts and the and then say, okay, their word was used there that word was user in order to. So p people somebody has to do that kind of work, we salute them for doing it. Rich noise, I think is the gentleman who, who did a lot of this. We still doing it because I wouldn't want that job. Your job. He used a drink you, you need to watch all the here, you need to watch all the network, newscasts and analyze it to the minutia, and then slow it down and then start and start writing down, every time this words used or this words, you need to do an entire your only job is to analyze the nightly news. Have. There's no way I quit. I couldn't do it. I, I quit. Stock the bar heavily. And again, this is an and we've seen this before this is why when you have hundreds of millions billions of dollars over a period of, of, of, of four years, whatever which gets into that kind of money at that point. That's why you need to effectively use it. And what you need to do in the Trump administration because. You're not going to get help from the media. No. They are not. So what you have to do is you have to define the other side, if the media won't define what the and you don't have to exaggerate. You don't need to exaggerate at all in defining. These candidates is radical. No, no, not at all. And so you need to you need to find what you are about the need to define the other side. And as we said, the president last night came out and talked about the other side's for open borders right now. You've got you've got to say more than that, though, that seems to be where the president of the campaign had stopped now hasn't been a campaign really until now. But it seems the president always he doesn't explain it. We've said no. Once you make the accusation, you have to go to the political throat of the of the issue, which would be as we've stated before. Open borders. Listen to them, speak. We need comprehensive immigration reform, which would be what and ask them a question that asks the question because I know I'm going to get response that, that the candidates going to deny that there for open borders. Fine, then what would your policy be if we had total amnesty tomorrow? If we had amnesty completely tomorrow, would you have a plan where you would control the border and is there a point where you would state that at this point, you either have to be here legally or not legally? Amnesty tomorrow. What would the what would the opinion be of the Democrats, and let's go through some of the things that they have said and then you go through all the things that says, if that's not open borders than they need to clarify themselves. But I believe there for open borders because everything they ever everything that we have brought to them. You know, whether it's a partial amnesty, whether it's about allowing it, we can't get past the fact that once we get to the point of Saint, we solve this problem. Of those here illegally. Now, will you help us out of the problem permanently to have a secure border? You know. And we know we can't get their cooperation. Right. Well. It comes to enforcement. So the question is, what is your plan for enforced enforcement? If you. And you would start at there. I mean holy Costra. Let's okay let's just do away with the crime, right. Changed the law. There's no crime there can't be enforcement. So it's over. You would just change the law to say, essentially, Nope border. I mean open border means, no border not. You have to own the, you have to own the narrative, that, you know, that the majority of the American people agree with you on, and you must make them respond. And then when they respond, that's when you control you can say. Answer the question because they are for open borders. You make the accusation and you make them defend that they are not. But they claim that they are. Look Jake tapper did it to to the other day. Look on Costra says, we, you know that if you're here illegally, it shouldn't be a crime. What do you think? And he went out with his long explanation. Jake tapper stopped them, and said, well that's the question is, do you agree with early on? Castro goes on. Again, doesn't answer the question will Mike my question to you is? Do you agree with leeann Castro should it be a crime to be over here? Or would you agree with him that we should eliminate? Being a criminal act to be here in the United States illegally. Knee said, no, I wouldn't go that far he was forced to make that to make that statement. Even though I don't believe him. Iraq is for open borders. Obviously is look at all the other statements. And that's when I would have Jake tavern and do it. That's what I would have challenged all of his other statements that he has made where he is hinted at open borders, but not come out directly and set it, but it shows that even in the award campaign, even though there for open borders. They're very sensitive to sane publicly. You've got to make them you've got to back them into a corner. It just can't be the quick rhetoric or accusation. You've got to. You've got to bury them politically. You've got to bury them rhetorically. And that's what this campaign, I believe, must do if they want to ensure a win. I still think they could win without doing any of this, because you just don't know who's going to end up as a democrat and remember the circular firing squad begins next week. And so we small. Circles. I'm sorry. Do small circular firing squads begins next week? And so once once they start getting vetted. We'll see what happens. But the fact is, as you said, you always run a campaign is if you're the underdog and, and don't have this debate, don't, don't sit there and get caught up in the polls aren't accurate. No, you if you're running it. Right. You believe the polls are accurate. And you believe you're behind if the polls show, you're in front, you still believe that you're behind. That's how you run it. Don't get the argument of whether the polls are accurate or not. They, they are accurate. Why because the campaigns doing these internal polling? Yes. And the headwinds or against you, you know that. Better than anyone, in, by the way, your base knows that they need to help you rally as well. You.
"jila" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"jila" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Here's Paula in Cincinnati as we head back to the phones. I'm glad you called high. Hey, rush. I just wanna thank you. Of logic appreciate that. You're more than welcome. That's why I keep me from my keep me from getting too close to the legends here. I wanted to comment on something that Christian Jila Brant said yesterday. All the all the presidential candidates out there. I think somebody ought to remind her that, while she's trying to call pro-lifers racist, someone really ought to remind her that the abortion industry Queen Margaret Sanger was actually away a racist, that these abortion clinics were basically placed if you look around in predominantly black neighborhoods for the sole purpose of eliminating every American rain. So in her logic, the pro-lifers want to protect and save all babies regardless of race. She's calling them the way. Exactly. Right. Never happened. But I'm glad you reminded me of this. I had two different versions of the Kirstin gillibrand story. And I thought I printed them out, but I, I must not have. You know that she's sitting there in all of these polls that everybody's touting, you know what her percentages. And he's polls. What point zero one? No. It's less than that. It is zero. She has literally no support. So she's in a situation where she has to get noticed. And like every liberal Democrat tack on woman to that she thinks abortion, is the way to get noticed the way to let somebody know you're on their side. And so I wish I had the story from me because what she said is really outrageous, and I don't wanna have to paraphrase it. So I have I have to find during a break, but what she said about this. What she called people who, who believe in pro-life, what she called them racist? But it's worse than that, what she said your point about Margaret Sanger, and you jenex is exactly right and Planned Parenthood any, it's working, by the way you want to see the percentage. Of, of, by race of women who are having abortions. Didn't Hitler kind of take a page out of Margaret Sanger's book. Gotta be careful when you when you start bringing Hitlerian, even though you may be right. It really serves to discredit your argument. Okay. No matter how right you are. Because people just don't want to Hitler. Come on. She's not Hitler. Kissing. Gilbert, may be dumb. And she may be, but she's not the moustachioed dictator, calling her that. I was I was relating that the historical reference to whack to what Margaret. Okay. Hey look, I told the story earlier in the week, I tried to make that connection at the ninety second street, y and it didn't work there either. Okay. Can't make it work. I got I got dare you. And, but the connection is, is it's undeniable. Yeah. Yeah. Told the crowd that ninety second street, y if you ask me, if anybody ought to be really scared about what's happening with abortion, it would be you in this audience, man. If they had tomatoes able to throw them at me. Well, I guess the truth sometimes let me, let me, let me see here. Look, I'm glad you called. I'm gonna the Jila brand thing. The C compares pro-life viewpoint to racism, suggests that pro-life beliefs are not acceptable. That's what it was. She compared pro-life beliefs to racism, suggesting the pro-life viewpoint is not acceptable during an interview with the divine registered Jila brands comments came in response to a question about if having a litmus test for judicial nominees with threaten judicial independence. We have. That's where I knew I seen it. We have are saying, we have audio sound bite. Number twenty two. Here we go. Go ahead and run it in three two. Why there's some issues that are have such moral clarity that we have is society decided that the other side is not acceptable. Imagine saying, but it's okay to appoint a judge who's racist or anti semitic or homophobic, telling a asking someone to point someone who takes away basic human rights of any group of people in America. I think that we are we've, we've, I think those are political issues anymore. I, I don't I don't really know why this woman's running for president. Because one of the crucial ingredients to running for president is. Well, actually, it's not it used to be, but it's not going to run for president, you'd better be prepared to win you better be in it because you think you can but today, a lot of people run for president again hired to do something else afterwards as a presidential candidate on your resume. You may really qualify as a commentator on Cable News Network for apple. If you make a couple of debates, and you could become a comedy may be of some board of directors because you've run for a lot of reasons for doing it now. And so, but she ought an she doesn't have a prayer of being elected. So there's something else going on here. And it just may be that she's in trouble for her next Senate bid, I don't know. But this. I don't believe that Snerdley is telling me that she thought she was going to ride the me, too thing, all the way to the white if she really thought that if she really thought that she, you know, Clint Eastwood Senate, it one of the dirty Harry movies after he murdered a bad guy. A man's got to know his limitations and you'll something that flies in the face of if you think you can do it go for it. And once you start never give up never quit. Never give up Churchill's, quoted all time never ever give up. And then there's airy man's got a nose limitation. That's also true. You gotta know what you can't do waste your time. Otherwise, countless examples. You know, you can't play golf well enough to earn a living doing it. Don't even try just play it to enjoy the game. But if you know you don't have that talent you're wasting your time trying. There's nothing virtuous in wasting your time. Man's got to know his limitations on the other hand, no man go for and give it everything you got. You think you can do it go for it. So it's all kinds of contra, but there was no way, she was going to ride the metoo movement anywhere. As evidenced, by the fact that she is nowhere. She's had zero in the polls. Look at this. I think there's some issues that are have such more clarity, moral clarity that involves killing babies. Hey, folks, don't get mad at me. These are the people that are now claiming you aboard a baby after it survived abortion, after it's alive after. It's born. You can kill it. Don't, don't get mad at me for using the language. They are applauding. Issues, have such more clarity that we have this tying decided the other side is not acceptable. So being one who wants to support and defend human life is not acceptable in her world. In other words, the morality is so decisive in the pro-abortion sense that opposition to it is not even acceptable. So we don't even we don't even debate, we don't even allow you to have that opinion. You are so immoral. Imagined saying that it's okay to appoint a judge, who's racist or any semitic or homophobic? Telling asking someone to appoint someone who takes away basic human rights have been. How can you say saving the life of a baby is taking away human rights. This is what I don't get in their language using their language is what I don't. How can you say that saving a life is depriving, somebody of human rights? Now here's Trump, he was in west Des Moines last night at, at, at a Republican party America. I this is what he said about it personally, every top democrat in the country now, supports taxpayer funded abortion, right up until birth. And how about in Virginia where we're not talking about up until birth. But the governor of Virginia said after birth, the baby is born, and you gently rep the baby and then you talk to the mother, and maybe the father and determine whether or not you going to execute the baby. Maybe is born. And this is what they want. Who Republicans believe that every life is a sacred gift from God. Thirty seconds of applause here. Thirty seconds. Contrast that with what you destroyed. Kistin Joe MacLean say. Why is one of the two zero? In the poll. Anyway. Thanks reminding me about Jila brand. I gotta take another break, folks. Hang on. Rush will continue v network. We're talking about getting you out of that timeshare today on newsmakers, I'm Larry Morgan. And with me is Karen and Brian Holloway. So Karen, we've been talking to you for a while now about lonestar transfer. And how you and your team can relieve people of that crushing financial burden. Why is it important to you that lonestar transfer is successful? We've seen that. 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"jila" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Here's Paula in Cincinnati as we head back to the phones on glad you called high. Hey, rush. I just wanna thank you for of logic appreciate that. You're more than welcome. That's why I keep me from keep me from getting too close to the legends here. I wanted to comment on something that Christian, Joe Brant said yesterday. All the presidential candidates out there. I think somebody ought to remind her that while she was trying to call pro-lifers racist. Someone really ought to remind her that the abortion industry Queen Margaret Sanger was actually a racist that these abortion clinic for basically placed if you look around in predominantly black neighborhood. For the sole purpose of eliminating African American rates. So in her logic, the pro-lifers want to protect it. Save all babies regardless of race. She's calling them the waist. Exactly. Right. Never happened. But I'm glad you reminded me of this. I had two different versions of the cure Ston Jila brand story. And I thought I printed them out that I I must not have. You know that she's sitting there in all of these polls that everybody's touting, you know what her percentages. And he's polls. What point zero one? No. It's less than that. It is zero. She has literally no support. So she's in a situation where she has to get noticed. And like every liberal Democrat tack on woman to that she thinks abortion, is the way to get noticed the way to let somebody know you're on their side. And so I wish I had the story from me because what she said is really outrageous, and I don't wanna have to paraphrase it. So I have to find during a break, but what she said about this. What she called people who, who believe in pro-life, what she called them racist? But it's worse than that, what she said your point about Margaret Sanger and eugenics is exactly right and Planned Parenthood. And it's working, by the way, you ought to see the percentage. Of by race of women who are having abortions. Didn't Hitler kind of take a page out of Margaret Sanger's book. Gotta be careful when you when you start bringing Hitler in, even though you may be right. It really serves to discredit your argument, okay? No matter how right you are. Because people just don't want to Hitler. Come on. She's not Hitler. Kissing. Gilbert, may be dumb, and she may be flailing but she's not the moustachioed dictator, calling her that. I was I was relating that the historical reference to what to what Margaret. Okay. Hey look, I told the story earlier in the week, I tried to make that connection at the ninety second street, y and it didn't work there either. Okay. Can't make it work. Hi gotten booed. I got dare you. But the connection is, is it's undeniable. Yeah. Yeah. I told the crowd that ninety second street, y if you ask me, if anybody ought to be really scared about what's happening with abortion, it would be you. And this man, if they had tomatoes able to throw them at me. Well, I guess the truth sometimes let me, let me, let me see here. Look, I'm glad you called. I'm gonna the Jila brand thing. The compares pro-life viewpoint to racism suggests that pro life beliefs are not acceptable. That's what it was. He compared pro-life beliefs to racism suggested the pro viewpoint is not acceptable during an interview with the register Jila brands comments came in response to a question about if having a litmus test for judicial nominees with threaten judicial independence. We have that, where I knew I had seen it, we have our saying, we have audio sound bite. Number twenty two. Here we go. Go ahead and run it in three two. Why there's some.
"jila" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Here's Paula in Cincinnati as we head back to the phones. I'm glad you called high. Hey, rush. I just wanna thank you. Dose of logic. Appreciate that. You're more than welcome. That's why I keep me keep me from getting too close to the legends here. I wanted to comment on something that Christian, Joe Brant said yesterday. Over all the presidential candidates out there. I think somebody ought to remind her. That was trying to call pro-lifers racist. Really ought to remind her that the abortion industry Queen Margaret Sanger was actually a wait a racist, that these abortion clinics were basically placed if you look around in predominantly black neighborhoods for the sole purpose of eliminating African American race. So in her logic, the pro-lifers want to protect and save all babies regardless of race. She's calling them the waste. It. Exactly. Right. Never happened. But I'm glad you reminded me of this. I had two different versions of the cure Ston Jila brand story. And I thought I printed them out that I I must not have. You know that she's sitting there in all of these polls that everybody's touting, you know what her percentages in these polls. What point zero one? No. It's less than that. It is zero. She has literally no support. So she's in a situation where she has to get noticed. And like every liberal Democrat tack on woman to that she thinks abortion, is the way to get noticed the way to let somebody know you're on their side. And so I wish I had the story from me because what she said is really outrageous. And I don't wanna have to paraphrase it. So I have I have to find it during a break. What she said about this. What she called people who, who believe in pro-life, what she called them racist? But it's worse than that, what she said your point about Margaret Sanger and eugenics is exactly right. And Planned Parenthood. Emmy it's working, by the way you want to see the percentage. His of, of, of, by race of women who are having abortions. Didn't Hitler kind of take a page out of Margaret Sanger's book. Gotta be careful when you when you start bringing Hitler in, even though you may be right. It really serves to discredit your argument. Okay. No matter how right you are. Because people just don't want to Hitler. Come on. She's not Hitler. Kissing. Gilbert, may be dumb, and she may be flailing but she's not the moustachioed dictator, calling her that. I was I was relating that historical reference to work to what Margaret Sanger was. Okay. Hey look, I told the story earlier in the week, I tried to make that connection at the ninety second street, y and it didn't work there either. Okay. Can't make it work. Hi got booed. I got dare you put the connection is is. It's undeniable. Yeah. I told the crowd that ninety second street, y if you ask me, if anybody ought to be really scared about what's happening with abortion, it would be you in this man, if they had tomatoes able to throw them in me. Well, I guess the truth hurt. Sometimes. Let me let me, let me see here. Look, I'm glad you called. I'm gonna the Jila brand thing. The C compares pro-life viewpoint to racism suggests that pro life beliefs are not acceptable. That's what it was. She compared pro-life beliefs to racism, suggesting the pro viewpoint is not acceptable during an interview with the divine. Register Jila brands comments came in response to a question about if having a litmus test for judicial nominees with threaten judicial independence. We have. That's where I knew I seen it. We have our saying, we have audio sound bite. Number twenty two. Here we go. Go ahead and run it in three two. Why there's some issues.
"jila" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Here's Paula in Cincinnati as we head back to the phones. I'm glad you called high. Hey, rush. I just wanna thank you. Of logic. Why pre that you're more than welcome? That's why I keep me from keep me from getting too close to the legends here. I wanted to comment on something that Christian, Joe Brant said yesterday. Presidential candidates out there. I think somebody ought to remind her. That was trying to call pro-lifers racist. Remind her that the abortion industry Queen Margaret Sanger was actually a racist, that these abortion clinics were basically placed if you look around in predominantly black neighborhoods. For the sole purpose of eliminating African American race. So in her logic, the prolifer she wants to protect it. Save all babies regardless of race. She's calling them racist. Exactly. Right. Never happened. But I'm glad you reminded me of this. I had two different versions of the Kirstin gillibrand story. And I thought I printed them out that I, I must not have, you know, that she's sitting there in all of these polls, everybody's touting, you know what her percentages these polls. What point zero one? No. It's less than that. It is zero. She has literally no support. So she's in a situation where she has to get noticed. And like every liberal Democrat tack on woman to that she thinks abortion, is the way to get noticed the way let somebody know you're on their side. And so I wish I had the story from me because what she said is really outrageous. And I don't wanna have to paraphrase it. So I have I have to find during a break what she said about this. What she called people who, who believe in pro-life, what she called them racist? But it's worse than that, what she said your point about Margaret Sanger and eugenics is exactly right and Planned Parenthood. And it's working, by the way, you want to see the percentages of, of, of, by race of women who are having abortions. Didn't Hitler kind of take a page out of Margaret Sanger's book. Gotta be careful when you when you start bringing Hitlerian, even though you may be right. It really serves to discredit your argument of. Okay. No matter how right you are because people just don't want to Hitler. Come on. She's not Hitler. Kissing gentleman may be dumb. And she may be, but she's not the moustachioed dictator, calling her that. I was I was relating the historical reference to what to what Margaret Sanger was. Hey look, I told the story earlier in the week, I tried to make that connection at the ninety second street, y and it didn't work there either. Okay. Can't make it work. Booed. I dare you. But the connection is, is it's undeniable. Yeah. I told the crowd that ninety second street, y if you ask me, if anybody ought to be really scared about what's happening with abortion, it would be you. And this on you man, if they had tomatoes day thrown a man me. I guess the truth hurt, sometimes let me, let me, let me see here. Look, I'm glad you called. I'm going to the Jila brand thing, the c- compares pro-life viewpoint to racism, suggests that pro-life beliefs are not acceptable. That's what it was. She compared pro-life beliefs to racism suggested, the pro-life you point is not acceptable during an interview with the register Jila brands comments came in response to a question about if having a litmus test for judicial nominees with threaten judicial independence. We have. That's where I knew I seen it. We have her saying, we have audio sound bite number twenty two. Here we go. Go ahead and run it in three two. Why.
"jila" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I'm telling you, the every they're out there, trying to out extreme each other. It's not gonna work. This is so curious to Jila brand. Senator from New York wants to be president. Well, actually found a two thousand eight question and answer that she gave with the NRA because she was tacking the NRA is the worst organisation in the country and anyway, I wanna be clear. I ve always always have always will believe that the correct interpretation of the second amendment is that it applies to an individual's right to carry arms. He was asked about banning guns in public housing. She opposed it. What about banning certain types of bullets magazines? I'm adamantly opposed. She said what about limiting the number of gun purchases? I share the NRA's concerns and then concluded, I appreciate the work with the NRA and what they do to protect gun owners rights look forward to working with you for many years in congress. I'm telling you, the American public absorbs the absolute insanity of this. It will be a runaway for Trump. Because this is not as Joe Lieberman said, this is not that party anymore. It's like they're so unhinged. All right. We have Senator Lindsey Graham, he plays a very important role in these deep state investigations. Getting to the truth later Bill O'Reilly later other news of the day. But first, if you want to sleep and get the best sleep your life. Well, you can follow my lead. My pillow has changed my life for the better. I do fall asleep faster. I stay asleep longer. It works..
Mexico Cracks Down on Migrants, After Pressure From Trump to Act
"President kind of sent a direct message to Mexico with his statement that we're going to slap tariffs on Mexican goods. We want something done about these caravans, right? I mean it looks like as the one Representative we talked about earlier, who was that said it's already working. Headline Mexico cracks down on migrants after pressure from Trump to act. Really? Datelined peck, Jila, Mexico. That's right, down there along the Guatemalan border. They arrived at dusk dressed for combat pouring from government vehicles, military police personnel swarmed a small hotel in the center of the city this scrappy, sitting her Mexico's border with, oh, their target undocumented migrants, illegals agents rushing door to door hauling people away. Well migrants, shouted are ran out the back scampering over the rooftops of neighboring homes. Crackdown against the surge of central Americans and other streaming toward the United States. In recent weeks. Mexican authorities have been breaking up caravans setting up round the clock roadblocks along some of the common routes north. Detentions and deportations in Mexico are multiplying quickly. So in fear among the many thousands of central Americans and others crowding the shelters and budget hotels in southern Mexico. Most of course, hoping to reach the American border. So scary says one Cuban migrants, the hotel. The fear never goes away. Of course, the Mexican government is under intense pressure from President Trump to block the tens of thousands of undocumented migrants trudging north. With the American authorities on able to stop illegal immigration into the United States. Mr. Trump has taken aim at countries in the region, including Wadham, Alba, Honduras, El Salvador, of course, the origins of most of this migration threatening punishment. If they don't do more. Promising tariffs on all Mexican imports unless Mexico stopped undocumented migrants from crossing into the United States. In Washington Monday this past day. Mexico's foreign minister warned the terrorists would simply under by Mexico's existing efforts. Tariffs could cost some financial and economic instability. He and other officials holding talks with the administration this week to try and defuse the situation. But they also warned Mexico could respond with retaliatory measures of their own. Mexico's president tries to insist. He's been doing his part all ready. Arguing the crisis stems from a complex array of social and political problems of cross the region that would take billions of dollars. In international investment, not punitive measures to fix. Okay. But on the enforcement side. Mexican officials admit their southern border is highly porous thousands of migrants, slipping across every month. Through hundreds of what are known illegal crossings. But it
"jila" Discussed on Primary Ride Home
"Jila brand begins conclusion by writing quote, I'm committed to enacting this family Bill of rights in my first one hundred days as president because at its core. This is an. Economic issue, and quote, she proceeds to explain that many parents or would be parents that she meets on the campaign trail face limited options for parenthood because of money. And as always I ask, okay, how much will this policy cost and how will gillibrand pay for it now? I didn't see an explicit cost number listed in the medium post. And that is something I'm super curious about due to for example, the cost of IVF treatment that is quite an expensive thing. And if we add that to all insurance, I don't know what that would cost. But Jill LeBron does include this note on funding quote, we'll pay for it with a financial transaction tax, which would raise over seven hundred seventy seven billion dollars in the next decade and quote. So as long as the total cost of this plan is under three quarters of a trillion bucks. The math should work out and finally reading from politico analysis of the proposal. Quote elements of gillibrand plan overlap with proposals from other twenty twenty presidential contenders. Much of the democratic field supports a national paid family, leave program, as well as universal pre kindergarten Senator Elizabeth Warren proposed universal, childcare program, paid for by a new tax on multimillionaires Hooghly on Castro also called for universal pre kindergarten in his education plan after he championed universal pre-k in San Antonio, when he was mayor end quote..
"jila" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The Democrats running for three of the Democrats running for president and introduce the legislation zero emissions vehicles and only zero emissions vehicles can be sold by twenty forty okay. When I get a lung full of air, this moment, it's thirty percent or carbon in it than when I was born, Oregon Senator Merkley said, one of the bill's sponsors and co sponsored by Sheldon Whitehouse, Rhode Island Kamala Harris. Kirstin Jila brand Bernie Sanders. Good. This is insane. But it's not one. These are the presidential candidates, it's not just the Khasi Cortez, that's a myth. He's kind of leading away you know things are. So give me an example. Thanks to the Trump economic, but look at New Jersey, which is losing population because of their burdensome regulation, and taxation, jerseys, income tax collections. Well, they came roaring back in April. Even shocking state leaders now cracking over debate over how the state should spend the extra cash because they wanna spend it in New York that down like two point three billion dollars in money's because of what they nobody wants to live in New York anymore. They tax. They tax tax, the governor said and then people leave because they don't wanna pay the high taxes, and I'm all in favor of people live, leaving high tax states like California, New York, New Jersey and Illinois. I'm all goal go get better weather in Florida, Texas Tennessee, Carol. Linas care where you go. What are you gonna make more money? You'll have.
"jila" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"White guys these Democrats gonna run for president. Anyway, other white guy jumped into the race today. I know he's a white guy. Because in the late sentence of the Atlantic story announcing that Steve Bullock is he really Sandra Bullock posing as a man democrat, Steve Bullock, one in a red state in two thousand sixteen can he beat Trump and twenty twenty. No, I'll I'll answer that question for you. The answer as the governor of Montana. Thanks. There's still room for one more in the crowded democratic primary field. Yes. Sure. There is there. It's you know, it's a hot tub. The water is getting a little yellow at this point. And also were expecting de Blasio big bird to jump into the hot tub later this week. Helena, montana. Yes. Another democrat running for president. Another white guy. That's those are the first two sentences. They hate white guys. We're gonna start taking things away from you. We're gonna start with the modern medicine electro air travel instantaneous global communications modern medicine. We're just going to start taking things away wanted to. So this guy Sandra Bullock as running his the governor of Montana. How did that happen? And he's running for president to democrat. And nobody cares. Because who the hell is see go away, and you're white guy. So your own parties calling you white guy because they're racist. And misogynist, speaking of which Kirstin Jila Brin is being underestimated for twenty twenty democratic nod. She said, I think it's just gender bias because he's a white guy. And they just identified him as a white guy that's gender bias and race by about hang on. Here's Kirstin Jilib ram. She has dimples and white teeth. And those are the two most outstanding features that she has to offer. She said she's not getting a lot of attention. You know, the news media's ignoring her she said, I think it's just gender bias and the party. I think people are generally biased against women. She's victim and also biased against young women. You're not.
Red Yeast Rice Supplements Likely Damaged This Woman's Liver
"So many of you have asked me about the red yeast rice and somebody called a red race race race. I don't care what you call it. And it's an over the counter supplement that people are taking to lower their cholesterol. And I would tell my patients or I would tell my listeners be careful because it acts like a Stanton. And so with the statin medications, we watch her liver. We kind of know what those you're getting. And when I started statin medication. I check your liver in about six weeks. And then I check it again at the three month Mark the six month, Mark. So I know you're tolerating the Staten. But if you're taking some over the counter, red rice, yeast or read east rice. Two. Lower your cholesterol. I not really watching your your liver. And to be careful. Well, now, we have a report that a woman in Michigan developed sudden liver damage after taking a red yeast rice supplement, the sixty four year old woman recently visited doctor was told she had I- cholesterol levels, but she was hesitant to take the status. Most people are hesitant because I don't wanna hurt deliver. And they think that the stands are gonna hurt deliver. So instead, she turned to the supplement red east rice, it's a type of fermented rice that's marketed to lower cholesterol, but it acts like a statin, and it contains a compound called, mama, Colin k it's identical to the active ingredient in the statin drug level, Staten. So red yeast rice supplements with Monaco k. Have the same risks as drugs containing the status. The only difference is you don't know how much you're getting. Whereas you think you're taking love Stanton twenty or love stat and forty milligrams. You have no idea what the hell you're getting. What the red right right east rice? So after six weeks, she went to the signs of liver injury. Fatigue dark urine. John, john. This is the yellowing of the skin of is which is a sign of kidney damage or liver damage liver damage. Then she has got a liver biopsy. And she was diagnosed with acute drug induced liver injury or liver damage would drug or supplement in this case was the rate east rice supplements. Now. This was published in British medical journal case reports. So the woman's case prompted doctors who treated her to issue a warning about the potential harm. They say physicians and patients should be made aware that read east races, not harmless supplement and those choosing to use it should watch for symptoms of Pat o' toxicity. Now Luminoso also drank a couple of glasses of wine a day. So that might have also made or more vulnerable. If you drink alcohol with a statin medication or red yeast rice that can increase your risk deliver damage, but they say the woman's case enough the first incident of this supplement causing liver problems. There have been other reports. In fact, there wasn't studying Italy the found ten cases of liver damage ties at the supplement over thirteen year, period. So love astatine may even be safer. The FDA doesn't allow products to be sold as dietary supplements they contain more than trace amounts of this, Monaco, Kate. But despite FDA actions, whereas we know a lot of supplements out there have mixed amounts of components. A two thousand seventeen study found that levels of that Monica Lacaille in red yeast rice supplement sold in the US range from undetectable to nearly eleven milligrams per daily recommended dose, which basically can equal a love Stanton. So you have no idea what you're getting. And so the NC CIA age is saying that people should not use it to replace standard medical care. So what did they do to help her well one they stopped the supplement south the alcohol treated or restored? So provoked prove or liver function. She was monitored weekly. And I'm not sure if she's back to fully recovered. She could have some irreversible liver damage, but hopefully, it's reversible. So, you know, people look, I I get I get I don't like to always take prescriptions. Also, I get. And. To that high maintenance regimen of being on a cholesterol medication where you take it. And then you have to be screened in a month for six weeks to see if it's affecting the liver. We used to wait three months. I never waited three months. I would I would check your about a month because if it was going to damage the liver. I would see it in a month. You'd start to see some of the liver injury. So, you know, if I saw significant bump up and liver enzymes, which was rare because I always start on a very very low dose, then I could go. All right. I'll check it a month or six weeks than three months and six months, and if you're good I would just monitoring every six months. But I have no idea what the hell you're taking over the camera. And I get. If you can manage your cholesterol over the counter, then you don't have to go in for blood work. You don't have to wait hours to see your doctor. You don't have to pay towards your thousand dollar or twelve thousand dollars deductible. I get that because I'm a patient to and I cannot stand the way healthcare is right now. And I want to do more. Do it yourself. The problem is that you don't know what you're getting. And when I see people go. No, no, no. I don't want to use the pharmaceutical. I want to do all these supplements. I wanted to what natural. It's natural natural stuff out. There has very similar chemicals. As what's in the pharmaceutical Jila difference is the pharmaceutical is tight traded. It's tested, and it has to be very consistent. You can only get a consistent amount of that. Medication? You don't know what the hell these supplement companies are giving you. That's a
"jila" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Our president is a coward Jila brand says if she's elected she push for Medicare for all universal pre-k and will raise the minimum wage. Of course, she I asked outlast the twenty plus other Democrats seeking the party's nomination the new horror movie from writer director, Jordan Peele has dethroned captain marvel for first place in the weekend box office. Raise us earn seventy million dollars in its first weekend. In North American theaters. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is apologizing after he was charged with two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution last month. Graft issued a statement yesterday that said he knows he's hurt and disappointed. His family close friends co workers and fans who rightfully hold him to a higher standard. It was the first public comment that the seventy seven year old has made since the charges were leveled against him last month. He said he has great respect for women and thank the love of his life. He hopes to use this platform to help others make a difference. He said he wants to be judged. Not by his words, but by his actions craft closed by saying he wants to regain confidence in respect marches national kidney month and experts on kidney disease want people to work with their doctors on keeping their kidneys healthy kidney disease is a serious condition and ended affects more than thirty million adults in the United States yet people. The early stages may not have symptoms Dr Griffin p Rogers the director of the National Institute of diabetes and digestive and kidney diseases says there are certain things you should ask your primary healthcare provider. A have I ever been tested for kidney disease, and what are the results be Hoffman? Should I be retested for it? And see what can I.
"jila" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"No later than June real quick, obviously, we said Warren comes in third at nine Harrison at eight in this domain register poll, if you're a Cory Booker or klobuchar who are at three Jila brand one are you panicking yet are you considering an exit strategy or he just say it's way too early in the game. I think you're saying it's way way way too early. I think if you're a Corey Brooker, you may spill a little bit more time in New Hampshire because a little bit closer to you. You're Amy klobuchar. You may want to get in the car and drive down Iowa. By the way, be there around state fair time, do not miss the Iowa State fair. If you're running for president shouldn't miss it. Just for fun, right? Well, let's put it this way. The average Iowa family has three point two says the average down at the end of the the average Iowa family has three point two children. If you ever go state fair, you can see the point two. Deliver the Jags. We'll get into the Trump Coulter feud covered up next this afternoon on the hammer and Nigel show. We're going to get you ready for that big Metallica concert downtown tonight by talking about local government. Are you ready to rock? We'll talk. Hello this garner. This is your wake-up call. Thank you. Well, I have you on the phone. Did you know that with the Capital One venture card? You were an unlimited double miles on every purchase. Think about it. Unlimited double miles on everything you buy not just airline purchases. That is a great deal. So I guess we should call this your wakeup call from Capital One. I should have seen that coming up, which I should probably get back to work. Oh, of course. But before you go can I ask what's in your wallet capital? One bank. USAA let's say you've just bought a house.
"jila" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Mike is wearing the studied Mad Max jacket that that costume designer and I'm going to propose to Richard during. During broken. Hollywood still memorabilia that we're gonna wear. When I talked to Jila Terry who's the head of what a and has been nominated and won a bunch of Oscars. He pointed out that like if if concerned about people not tuning in because the show the films that are nominated are ones that a lot of people don't see, you know, like the hence the best best like most popular film category idea. The below the line categories are the ones that are the movies people have seen so Mad Max. So this is the one people of seen or like an preventative war suicide squad. You know, like, these are these are where the popular films wind up, your Star Wars, your, etc. And so, you know, it's it's counter intuitive. It's it's really depressing. And I think it's cowardly speaking of cowardly, I think it's cowardly for other members of the academy to not speak up. I think, you know, speak up protect your your friends in in the film industry. You know, there seems to be some hope or sentiment that like because they're the biggest. Group in the kademi if actor say, I'm not gonna you know, we've Clem close says I'm not going to get up on that stage, unless you know, like maybe I mean, this has been months now of the kademi saying something then walking back saying something then walking back. So, you know, we're we're we're we're, you know, we're not going to do all the songs. Wait. No, just kidding. We are going to do the songs we're going to have a popular film category with. No, we're not. So so I don't think that any of this is set in stone..
Google Assistant is making a run for Alexa (The 3:59, Ep. 516)
"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX ribbon. Joni thousand Google is trying to use its massive brain power to outsmart Amazon's Alexa, our own rich. The wrote a story today about the search giant using machine learning artificial intelligence to create new features for its assistant that are tough to match some of these are interpreter mode, which speaks twenty seven different languages. There's also duplex which is that robocaller that mimics like if you had a secretary that was calling to schedule a hairport -ment or get a restaurant reservation. So a question you, though, is this something that you think people are going to want out of their assistance in the first place. Well, one of the things that I think people want is. More natural conversation with assistance, not having to feel like you have to say, hey, Google play me this song on this album from this artist. It feels like you're talking in code basic does. And so I think people as as it seems like people are welcoming more voice assistance into their lives. I think that the work that we will says it wants to do on making the con- making the conversations conversational. Yeah. And so this executive that rich talked to said that they're hoping to get the basics of natural human conversation down Pat in five years, right? A little skeptical about that. I think that's actually a much much harder problem to solve even for Google by. I think they'll get a hell of a lot closer to it in five years. The other thing that I want to mention about this because I cover Amazon is a company don't can Amazon out there. They've hired like something like ten thousand people for their Alexa team Rio. They they see this. Huge opportunity for them. They're not just building the hardware. They're really trying to push this as much as possible because they see voice computing as a really big opportunity on as making push into it. But where do you think will does have the advantage? I think rich had it right where Google currently has the advantage when you talk about machine learning artificial intelligence their ability to do translation, I also think that Google in general is just much much better at actually understanding what it is that you say like us both and Google typically just gets it. Right. More often. I don't know it'll be an interesting battle. And we'll keep writing about it either way next up podcasts. So hot right now. Spotify. Spotify announced bought to podcasts companies Gimblett an anchor can't say that I actually heard of anchor, but Gimblett to me that sounds like a pretty big deal. I mean, like, that's that's a rather significant podcasting company. Right, right. Yeah. So this is something that Spotify has been messaging that they would be doing that. They're really interested in non music, audio entertainment. And so it's not a surprise that. They would be going after podcast they've been talking about how much they're interested in that kind of thing. But I think it is surprising how much Spotify thinks the market for podcasts really arts still sort of a knee ship thing in not in terms of listening, but in terms of making money off, right? And that's something that spot if I really need to do music streaming doesn't make a lot of money. Most music streaming companies are not profitable, including Spotify. If you look at their total like year rather than just looking single quarter. But yeah, they wanna spend up to half a billion dollars on acquisitions year, and this is a big chunk out. Yeah. How do you think this helps them against apple music? Well, apple in terms of itunes is obviously like the defacto place that people get their podcasts already. So while Spotify is still ahead of the game ahead in the game against apple music in terms of the number of people that are using it and the number of people that are subscribing to it podcasting is an area where it's definitely apples turf. So if Spotify wants to sort of change the equation about how we find podcasts how people post podcasts and where you're listening to your podcasts. Then apples the one that they're still going to be batting up against bright being said, they're not gonna like pull Gimblett podcasts off of I tunes. Right. Like that would be crazy nuclear option. Yeah. That'd be a great question. I mean, you could say that if they were to do that it wouldn't be it wouldn't be like they'd be putting it behind a paywall because Spotify obviously has the free tier two. Listen to anything with ads, and that's not going to be going away anytime soon. And so it would be I guess it just depends on how disruptive they wanna be to dedicated podcast listeners and people have sort of their ingrained ways of doing things, even if it's not necessarily a loyalty to apple like, I gotta listen to this is where I got it. Yeah. It's it's at least a very grain behavior. So it would be interesting to see if they do pull up. I'd be surprised if they do just because it would be so destructive to this core audience of podcast listeners. But we'll see last Angela aren't errands. I think Aaron Jila errant here anymore. Pun still works. Yes. Apple's retail chief and former Burberry CEO is leaving an April apple said she's heading out for quote, new personal and professional pursuits either way, we're out of time. So if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on seen it. I'm Ben facs Rueben Joni thousand thanks for listening.
"jila" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Organizations? Also. Yeah. Yeah. And then. My favorite one is Chris Jila brands going have a transsexual. They're really. Yeah. Okay. Who is in the navy checking all the boxes? And then Trump has a special guest. He's bringing the kid that got bullied because his name was also Trump doll. This kid was getting death threats parents had to pull him out of school and stuff, but just because his last name was Trump. No affiliation whatsoever. Remember when they used to be like one guest at state of the union, and it was a guy who fell on a grenade somewhere. Yeah. I remember that Trump here is Kellyanne Conway, the Trump whisper a Trump advisor today on NPR host Rachel Martin confronted Kellyanne over Trump's cyber bullying ahead of the state of the union address tonight. I wanna ask you the president. And the first lady have invited a young man named Joshua Trump to attend tonight. Because Joshua who is in sixth grade is in bullied because of his last name is the president going to mention Joshua in his address and in doing so well, he apologized for his own role in cyber bullying people with whom he disagrees. He will certainly we're certainly happy that Josh for Trump is coming. His story is really at the heart string of anybody. But those of us who have squeaks children with the president apologize for how he has used the internet to believe people. The president. The president is the president needed his will media platforms to cut through the middle men. Who don't we tell the truth about his record? Counterpuncher if you're talking about when he called out a Senator from Connecticut who lied about being in Vietnam. And never was you're talking about him calling up people who like to criticize came out, the racist abortion, governor African yet democrat. Intelligence chief calling. All right there. She was Kellyanne Conway talking about Ralph more than there at the end. And then I believe she had mentioned what was that other thing that she mentioned. Connecticut. Yeah. But let me ask you this does the NPR host have a point here. With Kellyanne Conway, you're telling me the Trump's bringing in a kid for getting bullied, but Donald Trump uses Twitter to bully people every day where she wrong. I don't think nicknames are bullying if you look at Trump's Twitter account. He never responded one. I mean, he literally gets hundreds of thousands of responses from each he puts his thoughts out there. And he's done. He has nicknames. They're great they're clever. They're funny. You and I and hammer have a group little text where we happen. Trump tweets crooked. Lovers. It's all right. Is it? I mean is he bullying Pocahontas is that bullying when you're calling out a public figure like that in using these nicknames in the NPR host? Look Donald Trump is a cyber bully himself nights. If you're running for president of the United States, there's nothing you can do that would quote unquote, bully another person, especially if you lied about being a native American. Come on. Yeah. That's a fine line. We're walking there. Especially when Melania Trump. That's her whole her whole first lady platform is eliminating cyberbullying. If someone wants to be a private citizen, and you wanna go attack them. Okay. Fine him open to that. But if you want to be a Senator, there'd be congressman you certainly want to be president of the United States and you want to lie blatantly about your native American heritage. They get a job in a college. That's not bullying. It's pointing out the truth. So you're saying it's it's it's fair game to use Pocahontas and crying Chuck and all at the same time coming out against cyberbullying. If you're going to run for public office, you are gate my friend day coming up next this kind of slipped through the cracks over the weekend. I want to get to this and involves Don lemon and CNN and trying to shame a legend on TV Friday night. This is pretty outrageous. We'll get to that. Right after..
"jila" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I was talking with this today with my own Jake, Jake. Is that he was we were talking about how Jake Jila turned down superhero movies for a long time at what is almost like he got mad 'cause he was opposed to be Spiderman and they picked everybody else. He'll fuck it. You know, if spider man, I'm not doing anything. I had him talk about that a said they would never gonna put that rumor out there because Toby Maguire was England for more money, and he kind of looks like and that was like, oh, you look like Toby we'll. What would you think about this is like a note y'all up to? Yeah. Right. Yeah. I know that he's turned down a superhero role because it's always the room in that. He's gonna be Batman next. Yeah. And we'll that fucked up so. I'll go ahead. Join us this year. Yeah. You know, the, plus marble money probably pays more to be marvel billon than. But I'm just thinking that if this is the one that he's taken right here. There's something. Hopefully, there's something about the scrim made him want to do it. Sure. Yeah. Man. Peeing original love of ultra role because you didn't see script script when he came back and say, okay, still so possibly he took this because the script is good. Oh, oh, and the more of the money. And twisted. No bill. He's doing it for the art. All right. Come on, man. Former? Four million dollars and a trip to the free church. Eight ball on my hands never have to work again. If you don't want to. Excited about this, man. I'm and again a lot. Okay. Yeah. A lot of has to do with this being spider, man. Yeah. That's that's the biggest part of it. But I'm just amazed at what they were able to show me. Yeah. No. He's a quick look over. Yeah..
News in Brief 14 January 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Some Member States are still falling short on offering a better future to children who continue to die prematurely and fall victim to poverty trafficking, and slavery U N rights chief Michelle Basch Alette said on Monday in her opening address to the committee on the rights of the child in Geneva. The High Commissioner noted that twenty nineteen marked the thirtieth anniversary of which she called the most widely ratified human rights treaty of all despite almost universal recognition and strides made in many countries, including laws to protect youngsters in virtually every state party miss special. Ed insisted that not all states parties insure to the maximum extent, the survival and development of all children everywhere. She painted a grim picture for those children, particularly vulnerable to trafficking and slavery, millions of girls. Become mothers weather. Children damaging the house and strengthening a cycle of poverty. Millions of children are traumatize unharmed by Arkham fleet and it is impossible to accurately estimate. Just how many boys and girls are forcibly recruited by our roots aside IRS or in effect as leave in two thousand sixteen alone, you and money tours verify more than twenty thousand such victims. But the phone number is really far higher Sunday Mark the ninth anniversary of the Haiti earthquake that killed some two hundred twenty thousand people and displaced one million more the tragedy. Also took the lives of one hundred to u n mission staff there, including the secretary general special on boy, hideous Annabi and his deputy Luis Carlos Costa marking the anniversary you went survivor. Sophie, Bootle Jila com. Told you in news that she was in a meeting when the earth. Quake hit seven and a half months pregnant at the time then spokesperson dove under a table until the shaking stopped when she managed to exit the building through a collapsed wall. She discovered that all six floors had caved in I asked everyone and she reeked, especially to make sure they closed the gate. So we would have everybody accounted for because people were running around everywhere. And we need to know how many people are still in the building blocked under arrivals and who is outside and to organize ourselves in Pakistan. You mean rights experts have urged the authorities not to execute. Former police officer key Saad high yet who suffers from serious mental health condition, the imposition of capital punishment on individuals. With psycho social disabilities is a clear violation of Pakistan's international obligations. The experts stressed on Sunday. Sentenced to death in two thousand and three for the alleged murder of a fellow officer the experts pointed out that during his trial. No evidence or witnesses were called in his defense, nor were any questions asked about his mental health. He was later diagnosed with a mental health condition for which he has been receiving treatment for the past decade implementing the death penalty under these conditions is unlawful and tantamount to an arbitrary execution as well as a form of cruel inhumane or degrading punishment underscored the experts Mr. Hyatt's execution scheduled for Tuesday. Liska Fiji U N news.
"jila" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Strep your storm. How? What incentive Democrats have to give an inch on this Democrats? They have no incentive. Democrats don't have any positive incentive to make a deal with Donald Trump. There isn't a lot of incentive and democratic leaders. Don't have a lot of incentive. Democrats don't appear to have any political incentive to compromise with the president. Because there's no incentive for them to do. So Democrats have no incentive to give him. What he wants to be loved from the Matthews brothers studios. Here are some of the steel slots of the president's been talking about. But as we're walking along here, we're not seeing any kind of imminent danger. There are no migrants trying to rush toward this fence. No sign of the national emergency that the president has been talking about matter of fact, it's pretty tranquil down here. Take that native is big freaks you creepy wall obsessive 's Jila Kosta, just spanked. You was there doing the of hard boiled sue leather reporting that has major Mukasa household name, Costco, right to the wall itself. And what Jim Acosta found there will shock you. Not a single illegal alien was anywhere near that wall. There was no ten city the area around the steel barrier was pretty tranquil sea. That's what you get when you build walls, America, tranquility, wait. Point who's your captain? How a guy. Hey US. I offered our own Dan plan who's reported many times that the wall is not an issue here. I in fact, most is sufficient and believe it is effective knowing this CNN declined to have us on their programs, which often present the wall as not required and other places. They didn't like what they heard from us swabs axon moon, bats, beware. It's Howie Carr. I hope Chuck Anansie today. You're figuring it out 'cause he's going to win. This is absurd. Swabs Jackson moon, bats, beware. It's. You're.
"jila" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"At harvard. And then she figured that. She would double down on that by taking a DNA test which proved that there was a possibility of her being one thousand. Yeah. Four or something like that percent? And then for her holding that up going see everybody, I told you I was it was brutal. And and that, you know, she had always had strong rebukes from your President Trump, and from you know, all flavors of Republicans. But when she took the when she took the DNA test that really kind of brought the progressive left, which should be her bread and butter that really brought them down on her two for being pretty tone-deaf tuned to to the native community. It didn't though because it's that Trump derangement syndrome. Well, I think that I think that if she were the nominee, the Trump derangement syndrome would make them forgive her for it. But it's going to prevent her from from from from getting that position. We'll see because Elizabeth Warren is this mix right of perceived progressive. And native American and she can why why say she's a mixed though is because Elizabeth Warren one has proven that she can win hard races. So people forget sometimes, but this was Ted Kennedy's Senate seat. It's flipped to Scott Brown who was a pretty popular Republican, and then she was able to defeat Scott Brown in that election. And then by the way is now winning by margins. Unheard of even Ted Kennedy wasn't touching her margins in that state as crazy. So so she's she's a winner. Gaffes aside because all all politicians have gaffes to the extent I would say of Elizabeth Warren gaffes winner perceived as a progressive by the progressive base. But then can also fundraise already like like almost no one else. So I would say the the the establishment money Democrats that are going to play a pivotal role in in getting somebody the nomination. I think their choice would be Hillary Clinton to be quite Frank. Even this time around. But I think Elizabeth Warren scratches enough itches on the democrat side of the aisle that she could very well be the nominee. I think it is foolish for us to just do pop. Pop shot native American jokes and assume that she's not got a chance because she does and twenty twenty will be incredibly difficult. She does have a chance at getting Trump reelected. This is this is literally the problem, and this is coming as again from somebody on the outside. I have no real skin in this game. I really dislike both parties about equally. But the problem is this the Democrats do not understand why they lost the presidential election. And that is why they're doomed to repeat this process. I mean, if you look at the Democrats base, you take Obama Obama was like this isolated incident that kind of came outside of their their party's influence. I it's super interesting because that's one of the reasons why Bernie didn't get the nod and Hillary did because Hillary was supposed to be there last time, they kind of just said, well, we. Got to kind of go with Obama sit down. We'll get you next time. And that's just how this establishment works at the DNC side. And if you take out Obama who again was his isolating. They don't have anybody. That's galvanized anybody to where they can mobilize. Nobody cares. I mean, this last election probably cost them a very large. I mean, I know tons of people here in Minnesota that were very big supporters of Bernie Sanders who will never vote for the mainstream Democrats ever again, and they can run whoever they want against Trump who they hate. They will never vote for him again. And that's where this doesn't even matter. I mean like when you're looking at the field of Democrats. I mean, I think your best bet is probably Biden. And that's I don't even know if he can pull that off. There's there's nobody they have. And it's definitely not going to be Liz Warren 'cause Liz Warren lakes to yell and the thing Trump's gonna do is he's going to keep her off balance. Her anger is gonna give way and she's going to say something stupid, and she's gonna lose historically. Well, and I think that the the issue with. Elizabeth Warren is that if it was like it was with Hillary where we were where other than Bernie there really wasn't a a a real possibility. I think then Elizabeth Warren would be able to be packaged in a way, they'll be more palatable to the Democrats. I think that what the issue is going to be with her is that there are scores of candidates for progressives and other people to pick from who I think are more attractive electorally, and we can run through a couple of them are here. Just you know, there's Kamala Harris Cory Booker Christian Jila brand though. I think those three that you just read. I know that is like this is what I'm talking about. They don't have anybody. And if you think the Democrats are gonna run with anybody that is a straight white male. I beg to differ. They are not going to know that they're going to go with with a white lady who has racial issues either. But there's Sanders Biden seventy something years old. Yeah. Sharada Brown would be interesting out of Ohio. Oh, Karen Murat's. It'd be so upset with you. She's she's a big fan of Sharada. I think she has a crush on him our good friend Bego. Babo Rourke down those Yvonne Vado being on an under card the. Yeah. Well, yeah. Absolutely. I mean, I could see I could see beta being either Biden or Bernie late just just on and undercard. I I don't see him being the main candidate who the Castro Michael Bloomberg air Garcetti, and there's so many people that are rumored to be running right now. What is interesting though, as you talk about Bego. And and Bernie the Bernie people are attacking Bego. I think assuming that Bego is the leader in the clubhouse at this point. Because the Bernie Sanders fans if you go if you go on the Twitter seen this a lot with not so much with with my podcast, the Democrats on my podcast a hobby earned. Karen, I don't see it so much as them supporting beta right now, but they're back to having the Twitter wars with the Bernie people. Here's the other thing with. Burning to though don't sleep on Bernie running as an independent. I don't think that he's going to switch over to democrat. Again, this time like he did last time he had enough traction. And he doesn't want to he got absolutely jobs. And he knows it everybody. I mean, I don't think that he would have beat Trump anyways. But I don't think that anybody really can look at the field of the last election and say that most of the Democrats didn't want Bernie, they it seemed like almost all of them want to Bernie and not the the the young Democrats wanted Bernie. They were energized for him. And I think I think that you can't look at what Donna Brazile is the head of the DNC what she did say that it convention. I don't know the hill failure would won anyway. But they certainly cooked the books in a way they absolutely guaranteed that Hillary was going to get that out. Yeah. I tend to think that this doesn't matter to anybody, quite frankly, I think the Democrats how how many times do we have to kind of like learn our lesson as Republicans to say, and I know we're not all Republicans even in this room. But to say. All this candidate is to moderator. This candidate is too far left have broad appeal. Democrats will support their ticket. I mean my goodness. I look at the governor's election in Minnesota. Tim wall's got more votes in Minneapolis than any other candidate in history. And look at Keith Ellison. I mean, look at all the scandal magnet that guy is. And he sold out people to come out and vote for him in mass numbers. Let's take a call K W from Minneapolis. Thanks, cutting K W Iraq on one gentleman. I just love it. When does on the right to analyze us on the left and political party? But we have three hours today. We gotta gotta talk. W philipson. What what are we wrong about? Okay. Here's what you're wrong about going back to the twenty two thousand eight campaign what Barack Obama Burston this thing. Are you know of the Clinton has a very very well financed and a very well organized grassroots grassroots. Is operatives in in in major voting market in two thousand twelve doing the abundant Sanders repentant campaign almost pulled that out. But he he put a dent in Hillary's campaign operation fastball to the twenty twenty the Democrats. We're gonna be one goal one team. But I believe the Republican party is fractured for number one the Republican party. They're both fractured. The Republican party platform has always been border security and a smaller government and getting rid of getting rid of the Healthcare Act. But right now, they're not doing anything regarding major platform issues. Sort of the Republican party is fractured cars, your mainstream Republicans. They don't support Donald Trump. And maybe your new Republicans do support Trump so doesn't that does the party that's factor in fighting civil war? So basically, Donald Trump is going to be a one term president. Thanks kid w to what he said though, every president since Carter has enforced border control. That's not a Republican issue. So whatever he's saying as part of our platform is stronger way than but he also said that like the portable Healthcare Act was actually Romney care. That was started by the Republicans to sort of act like any of these are bipartisan is just insane. It's it's literally both sides. I think it was what I was saying before K W called in. I actually think K W is right on a number of points. And this is why Democrats this is the philosophical challenge that we as Republicans face Democrats view, everything that they're doing even right now, especially since Trump got elected as a collective effort period. They can they can have a Twitter wars right now. But at the end of the day, there is no denying the Tim walls of. Very moderate democrat candidate, at least that I got more votes in Minneapolis than any governor candidate history. So it's one of those things where we as Republicans or we as kind of an independent minded or libertarian minded. We view ourselves as the individual. We view ourselves as having worth in and of ourselves to do something that matters Democrats. I think from here on out will view everything. No matter how fractured they are. Right now will view everything. So you're trying to say that socialists will just become a collective. Yes. Well, and and and I think he w was right about a lot of things. But when I went in recent memory, where the Republicans most unified, it was, you know, after the the the the judge cavenaugh hearings Republicans were were pretty for you know, for that couple of weeks right there. They were they were pretty unified. And when I look at some of the democrat names on this list. You know, Paula Harris. Cory Booker, Chris. And Jillian those three those three. I got to interrupt those three I think you can ask them right off the list. I don't think any of those three have a shot Booker. I think Booker might be the only one on there. And I see look at Harris. I I think Joe I think gillibrand because of everything that happened with Al Franken, actually, I think that that she's up those I think Kamala Harris, you know, being, you know, a fire-breathing woman of color. I think that she she has a shot. And maybe it's as you know, an old white guys number two Biden or or someone like that. That might be what it is. But I think she I think she's definitely viable. But anyone like anyone who is that controversial is going to also bring a lot of those Trump Republican or conservative or libertarian Trump. People who are worried about Trump. I think of that that will bring more of them the full look, we almost have Corey back. Strew the democrat. I mean, you probably won't because you keep growing government but other than that. Yeah. We gotta do something about that. When you're supposed to be the conservative party conservative stubbing so liberal with government. I agree. Yeah. But what about the children Corey? Yeah. What about the children Corey? Let's bring the troops back and talk about the children. Okay. But to this whole democrat point, the nominating process for for the Democrats to there is this element of needing to be able to raise money and have establishment appeal because at the end of the day, the super delegate process is going to decide who your presidential nominee is the Democrats are hamstrung that way. Do they not thought they got rid of the of the super delegates no super d-, supposedly significant reform of super delegates or they'll have less. But at the end of the day, they're still gonna have super delegates from the what everything podcast he was a super delegate, and I can tell you. He hated it. His his I in boxes full of nothing, but hate from diff-. Different wings of the NFL, the Democratic Party so gillibrand in and of that point in and of itself. Gillibrand is out. She the the Franken opposition the public and opposition angered donors and big big establishment Democrats. So I think she was reasonably well positioned. But for that. And it's sad. Because you know, she didn't do anything wrong there. She tried to hold him accountable. But you know, because you know, the of ultimately everything that went down, you know, she is blamed for trying to hold someone who has a sexual sexually assaulted a woman. I in a picture that we can all see and maybe more. You know, he's he's not the bad guy. She is we are up against the break. We are going to come back and keep talking about twenty twenty candidates so Brian from grove Don from Burnsville, please hold on. We want to hear from you six five one nine eight nine five eight five five. You're listening to the Justice and drew show on twincitiesnewstalk. Aim eleven thirty FM one or three point five catches on. Twincitiesnewstalk dot com. And listen to us anywhere on your iheartradio app. Justice.