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"jill stein" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And the numbers in polls and kind of play this out. There's a bunch of young men and they get so wrapped up in this and they think it's going to be a life-changing moment that they can't miss out on. It's all fomo and that there's going to be generational wealth created for their grandchildren. If they just stick to this one thing and they all kind of were able to get their spouse or more like their girlfriend involved to an extent, but not as much as they would have liked and then their relationship started to wither because they were so devoted to this one thing. Joel, I wonder if these guys really are creating wealth through this if that sort of changes the equation with the wise and girlfriends a little bit. Were any of these guys actually doing well with their trading enough to sort of get the day passed from their wives and girlfriends? Sure. I mean, some of these guys on an exciting day could make ten, 15, $20,000. Guys, I was talking to at least. And that goes a long way in convincing your girlfriend that it's okay. You didn't go out with her this weekend. But those days were few and far between, especially as the market started to dry up at the beginning of this year. I have to say, I loved or didn't love. It was a Candice. Who's dating your boyfriend and their FaceTiming and she becomes the really small box so that he can continue crypto trading? Yeah, they're long distance right now. But yeah, they FaceTime a lot and you make her really small so that he can like check all his crypto stuff and not with annoy her. But in a lot of these cases, eventually either because of the crash or because of ultimatums, the boyfriend's somewhat came around and people were able to resolve their relationships in a lot of the cases where I talked to people. So Joe, what do you think happens if the crypto market takes off again or these guys encourage people or they learn their lesson, how do you see it playing out? I mean, do you know any gamblers I think there's hope that lessons were learned, but I think it's a very powerful draw. Packet ready for part two of this story because hi, my name is Igor and it's coming. It's coming. Fun to check in with you guys. Both have a great Thanksgiving a safe one. Jill Stein contributor to Bloomberg business week, joining us on the phone from Los Angeles and pat right near. He's markets and finance editor at Bloomberg businessweek. This story, by the way, online at Bloomberg dot com slash business week and of course, always on the Bloomberg terminal. In just a few minutes, we're going to check in with our TV colleagues. Talk a little bit about the markets, reaction to those latest FOMC minutes because we are seeing stocks
"jill stein" Discussed on WCPT 820
"This is like everything I learned in my comedy traffic school. I'm going to write all these techniques down. Well, who is on first, John? Couple last year. Hey. Alina, how about joining in? Third base. We've just been enjoying the text from Kelly loeffler's phone because. Oh, yeah. Hey girl. Hey, girl. Smart for each other. So this is the cop buddy movie. We did not need. I got some sedition going on. You want to join? You want to join? I need a senator. Who's in? Hey, girl, hey. Hey. Oh my God, you know, the other buddy movie I do not mean. Oh, excuse me, I just have to. I just think I'm gonna. You see, Tulsi Gabbard on stage with Carrie Lake. Yeah. Tells you, I feel like a rockstar. And then Tulsi goes, you are Carrie. Well, I think that one of us. That's not really a buddy movie. That's more like one thirsty fame horse soul split into two bodies. That's really all that is. Those are two women who, ten years ago, supported women's reproductive rights and now they think women who have abortions should go to jail because you know. Chelsea is running for president of Tucker Carlson's green room. She literally, I mean, there is nothing. She has not Susan Sarandon of Jill Stein's of Andrea. No, she's worse than all those can not. She's worse than she went from being a homophobe to then getting a 100% rating from Human Rights Watch to then endorsing Ron DeSantis don't say gay Bill. I mean, she is a couple of big lenses on stage. You know, you oh my God. She flips like a crack house mattress and we all owe Mitt Romney an apology. I'd like to point out that two people in this room have met Gary Lake. Oh, I know. You two. Yes. I got a nice photo with her. She told me. She did a tweet telling everyone to come see our show in Phoenix in 2017. And it's still on Twitter. She still hasn't deleted it. I know. I've retweeted it to promote our show. You know who else is unqualified thirsty fame whore? Travis? Alina Baba. Bless you. Thank you. Okay, 19 minutes. I was raised in her name, and then she said to me, they bless you. The ping Pong goes fast when you got to keep up. Thank you. 19 minutes after the hour, this portion of the show brought to you by doctor Marty's food. Hello. You are well better trained than any of my dogs ever have been asked John Hugo's thing. What do you call the walks in the winter in New York? Yeah, I did a run. I guess I called the yes. By the way, my shoulder got back at its socket after that afternoon. It was not that hard. It just kind of popped back in. Well, you do it again for George jam. That's right. They have a lot of milk Gibson Tommy that. Youthful playful energy. That's what doctor Marty's nature is. Blind gives them. Nice. Shiny code fantastic poops. There you go. Picked up a couple? It's, you know. But my coat looks great. That's what you call a friend. Okay. Is just me, me, me. That's what dogs need. That's what they eat in the wild, meet meal. I don't know. I thought I had a really good kibble. I was feeding my dogs and no, is no bueno. This is a raw first four ingredients are real meat. Meat meal is like, I don't even know what's in there. It's byproduct, Stephanie. Yes, it's like my supermarket. Grocery store meet old fugal saying jokes from the 80s. Spy products. It's fit for consumption. Okay. Just do it
"jill stein" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The Malcolm man's school. Okay, we will talk to Malcolm hopefully. That's me being owned. Discussion. Tossy gabbert has always been the Jill Stein of Susan Sarandon's. You just can't quit her. Okay. And also, she's a homophobe. All right, let's move on. Malcolm dance, hopefully, from the oh look you're wearing a Ukraine. Shirt, fantastic. I'm wearing outdoor bike shirt because it's after a bike day. Yes. Guess who I'm riding with? Debbie Boone. Today? America's sweetheart, who lights up America? Yes, she is recovered from COVID. Yes, she has recovered from COVID. By the way, I told you she gave it to like ten people at her church. Inadvertently, and her husband made t-shirts that said Debbie Boone gave me COVID on the front, and then on the back it says, you got my life. That is funny. Her husband is funny. America's sweetheart is okay now. Is she allowed to go out in the daytime now? She's drag your blood. You fed her blood. She didn't drink my blood. She did drink it. There was a small accident when I was making sweet potato. Yeah, we saw what happened to chips at a party that she was at a while ago. She did not actually drink my blood. I'm almost positive. She's not a vampire. We saw what happened in Jennifer Walters when she got some blood in her. Debbie Boone is fine. Does she get angry and turn into you? All right, can I just? I'm not sure if I'm supposed to share this. Speaking of okay, what? But it did make me laugh harder than anything has made me laugh and quite some time. And I think Judy tenuta would have left harder than anybody. Okay. So, you know, I'm a celebrity, you know, comedy legend wrangling. Right. Judy's funeral and celebration of life and all of that. And so, you know, finding out who wants to speak because not everybody, you know, it's difficult to speak at things like this. And so Paula poundstone just said, I'm not going to read the whole thing. It doesn't want to. And she said, I'm not speaking at yours either, however, I will shout stuff from the back. She's going to be. I literally followed my chair laughing. I like that a lot. Yeah, that's funny. Yeah. I'm a lousy speaker. But I'm not going to do yours either. But I can see her heckling from the back. At least my funeral is going to be entertaining because you know I'll die in a funny way. Crushed by a whale penis or something. So it'll be chuckles the clown funeral already and then Paula will be like in the back. Just going, hello? Hello can you hear me? That's what I call your show through Twitter. And on the phone, she prank calls the show. So why wouldn't she prank my funeral? Yeah, of course she will. Thank you, Paula. Lovely
"jill stein" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"I view that as a long fight the way you view building an infrastructure as a long fight. Yeah, you're pointing to the practical result of voting for Democrats. But if you're gonna get into practicality, the practical result of your race could potentially be putting a Republican in the seat instead of a Democrat. I don't understand how that fixes anything. What Jill Stein did in sticking to her guns, as you say you want to do, sticking to your principles, what did that accomplish for Jill Stein or the Green Party? The 2020 election, the Green Party vote dropped a 100%. I mean, it went from 1.4 million votes to 400,000 votes. So how did what she do in 2016? How did that help the Green Party? How did that help make a green party more viable? A third party more viable. It didn't. It made things so bad that we went to Joe Biden as our candidate. Things got so bad we people were like, oh my God, we have to go to the most the safest appearing person we can possibly go to. This was largely black voters, by the way, who paved the way for Joe Biden because they're so terrified by how bad things have gotten. You don't make things better by first making things way worse. I just don't see that as how to get there. I mean, I think a lot of what I come back to with the 2016 election is the 12 and a half million Obama 2012 orders who then voted for Trump in 2016. 8 and a half million who voted for Trump and not 12 and a half million. I mean, I've seen that from a number of places. I think the numbers range from anywhere from 8 to 15 million, they say. It's hard to get that, right? But there was that there. Sorry, what point does that make? Well, I'm saying why aren't, why are not the Democrats addressing the issues that drove people to switch from? Because racism drove that. No, they were telling me they weren't racist in 2012 when they voted for Obama, but they were in 2016. No, they're a racist both times. I would say this. I would say that that number roughly corresponds with the number of millions of Americans who lost their homes from during the Great Recession. Oh yeah, that made them very vulnerable to racist messaging. Yeah. No, I mean, I've been studies you've shown the best predictor was racism and sexism for that. People voted for Obama. I mean, have you not seen get out? They would have voted for Obama a third time. You know, like that's the reason that's such an effective line in the movie get out is because racists voted for Obama and a lot of, you know, a lot of them didn't obviously, but that voting for Obama doesn't absolve you as racism. A lot of them did that thinking like, okay, finally, we had a black president now that solves all that problem end of issue. That does not preclude them from joining up with nativist campaigning later with Trump. Things resorted to be more race based going forward after that. I mean, there's a number of studies that argue the economics of it. I'm not discounting the native stuff. I'm not at all. Not at all at this kind of white nationalist, the fact that those folks that Trump is their guy. But also too, there are a number, a study that looked at who did it Harvard and the university of Minnesota, I believe, did a study on the deaths of despair, and they also did one on casualties from the wars. And what they found was that in the counties that went for Trump that put Trump over in 2016, those counties had disproportionately high numbers of casualties from the wars. And right? I mean, in Clinton was a representation of those wars. So that's one of the things I think you have to look at too is why was the representation of those wars? Oh, absolutely. Because she represents the establishment, right? Represents the parties that and so Trump was seen wrongly. I wanted to make sure because there were multiple clintons to whom that might have applied. Oh, okay. So I just wanted to clarify the pronoun antecedent on that. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. As I look at the situation. And I look at two years of sort of near total gridlock that have driven Biden's approval rating down into the 30s, even among those of us on the left who were disappointed because there were promises of legislative action that were attempts to get stuff done. They just got derailed by one old dude from West Virginia and a flighty weirdo for Arizona. Sorry, but quick comment on that early in the show, you said they need to at least try. I would just like to point out Joe Manchin rage quit during part of this process because he is being bothered too much by the Democrats. He was being harangued too much by Biden and that's why and they were dealing with some of the emotional and maturity of a 7th grader in Joe Manchin. I mean, they didn't have the option to just bash him anyway. They had the option if he really is the reason behind this and has thwarted the agenda made things worse for tens of millions of people, right? Why is he still the chair of the Senate energy? Because if they were to vote if they were to strip him of his chairmanship, he would immediately defect to the Republican Party who would restore his chairmanship and then also take leadership of the Senate. That's a super clear look at the problem a being Manchin and sinema as obstructionist of what is otherwise a fairly progressive agenda. Again, not as far as I would like in a lot of cases, but problem is you have roadblocks saying no. Manchin is, for example, the only vote against lifting the filibuster to pass the voting rights reform and the John L Lewis Voting Rights Act, which is crucial if Democrats are ever to win again in terms of combating gerrymandering. And so my solution is to elect two more Democrats who will pledge to lift the filibuster. And so that would be my only criteria, right? I would come out, I would say, would you lift the filibuster to pass the johnna Lewis Voting Rights Act? Would you lift the filibuster to allow for causes of action against gerrymandering? I realize it's a super narrow kind of technical question. But with that in mind, even if I would rather a Democrat have a different position, what I want to do is give Joe Biden two more democratic votes so that he can turn to Joe Manchin and do what you suggested he did, which is say, hey, get in line or I'm going to strip you of your chairmanship. Oh yeah, well then I'll go to the Republican Party and then Joe Biden can laugh and be like, great. Well then I'll only have a 51 49 lead. Go knock yourself out. You know? So that's my plan. It's clearly not your plan. So I guess I want to know what would your plan be to deal with Manchin and sinema? I would, and I think maybe this is something that say an LBJ would have done. You punish the guy, and then I think where I come from is that the way Manchin is humiliating Biden and thwarting his agenda. That's not going to get you votes in the midterm.
"jill stein" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Each person who receives a loan repayment or person who receives a contribution refund or other offset. So, and then there are rules for packs. Again, not the greatest rules on earth. But you put all this together and you get some information. And it's enough to trip up felons like dinesh d'souza, con artists like Jill Stein, and people like Ted Cruz who get away with it because the court changes its mind to help them. Well, let's talk about that. So how could this work in practice? Let's use a real world example from 2016. And let's not pick on Jill Stein anymore. Let's pick on the candidate you and I voted for. Hillary Clinton. Sorry. Bombshell announcement. That would be big news. And this is in connection with the Steele dossier. So here's what happened. In 2016, Perkins cooey, that's a law firm. Engaged fusion GPS to provide opposition research for Hillary for America, right? The Hillary Clinton campaign. There is nothing wrong with that. Perkins cooey paid 1 million 24,000 $407 and 97 cents to fusion GPS. Nothing wrong with that. On Hillary's FEC disclosures, it shows a payment from HFA, Hillary for America to Perkins cooey of $849,407 and 97 cents. That's exactly to the penny, $175,000 less than Perkins cuis payment to fusion GPS, right? So it looks kind of suspicious. And of that, $782,907 and 97 cents. That's a minus another 66,500, was described as legal and compliance consulting. Now, after investigation, it's pretty obvious what happened here. Hillary for America reimbursed Perkins cooey for the $850,000 for $850,000 of that little over a million that was paid for fusion GPS. And the other amounts were very likely distributed to Perkins cooey under other disbursements, because Perkins was also doing law firm work. They were actually doing legal and compliance consulting for the Hillary for America campaign. Let's be clear here. Again, as a Hillary Clinton supporter, legal and compliance consulting is not oppo research. The Hillary for America campaign was hiding about a $1 million that they spent. And so even if you voted for Hillary Clinton, you know, you have a right to know how the campaign spent your campaign contributions. So various complaints got filed with the FEC once, you know, the Steele dossier came out and was public knowledge. People went back and looked through and were like, hey, did Hillary tell us that, you know, they were hiring fusion GPS to do this. And the answer was, no, they didn't. So after about a year of preliminary investigations, the commission opened up what they call a matter under review. Okay, so this is that subsection 9. This is the most serious thing they do. Two of them, in fact, 72 91 74 49 because there were two separate complaints. And then about two years later, they concluded that investigation and the commission found probable cause of a violation of the election laws. Namely, failure to disclose the person that you were spending money on, and the reason you were spending money on them. Now, at that point, here's what almost always happens. And that is the campaign will come back and will negotiate a settlement. That is called a conciliation. If they don't, then you go forward to a formal decision because this is an administrative agency. You have the right to appeal that to the courts, right? So if it's something that you truly disagree with, you have due process here. But by and large campaigns are like, I'd find you caught us. What do we have to cough up? And so here, Hillary for America had to pay a $105,000. So that's somewhere between an 8th to one tenth of the amount that was directed to the Steele dossier, right? The amount that they misrepresented, they had to agree not to do it again. And by do it again, that means any violation of disclosing your vendors. So if they'd had a subsequent hiding, then the FEC could should and likely would say, oh, by the way, this also violates your consent decree. You're conciliation in this prior matter. So we can reopen that and we can increase the penalties. You know, it's kind of like commit a crime when you're on probation. Why did they do this? Are my Fox News watching family correct? I mean, why did they your Fox News watching family is correct? They spent the Hillary campaign was doing oppo research and they didn't want in their public filings that anybody can look through to say we spent this money on fusion GPS. Instead it says, we spent this money on Parkinson's. Because when you say we spent this money on some new name that shows up, then political reporters and people like me will look at that report and go, um. I've never heard of fusion GPS before. What the hell is that? And then we'll look up that vendor and, you know, maybe try and track down and figure out why the Hillary campaign is giving you a $1 million. And particularly given the content of the Steele dossier, I think they didn't want that to become a story. And so they hit it. And they were like, yeah, we're going to have Perkins cooey higher them. And when we show that we've given money to Perkins cooey, everybody looking at this report is going to be like, well, of course you've given money to Perkins cooey. They're your law firm. So open question, if they had had a separate line item to Perkins cooey for a million bucks that says oppo research. This would have been a harder case, but they didn't. They lied about it. They said, legal and compliance consulting. I guess I'm not understanding what the why they lied about it. Like, is it a timing thing where it's like they did the opposite research, they got the results of it and then we're like, oh, this is weird. So when we go to report what we pay because otherwise I guess I'm not understanding the time. If I was just like, oh, fusion GPS, do oppo research. Why would I preemptively think to hide that? You don't, the reports come afterwards. These are quarterly reports. So your first, we don't know, right? It's all supposition, but I think the first version of your story is likely correct. Perkins Kuwait said, hey, somebody made the decision to engage Christopher Steele and fusion GPS. And that report was delivered and John Podesta looked at it and was like, holy shit, we can't like, we're gonna lose a news cycle if we spend it talking about hookers peeing on a picture of Barack Obama. No, do whatever you want. Why would they get to talk about it? How would people get the report? Because you would then call up. I mean, the same way that we did in actuality. When something surfaces, you would say, oh, there is a line item here listing as a major vendor, and a $1 million vendor to the Hillary for America campaign is fusion GPS. And so reporters would be like, what the hell is fusion GPS? And then they call using GPS. And then they do oppo research. Right. And then the media says, well, we get to have that for some reason. Who knows, right? It depends on what they say at that point. This is weird to me. I don't understand why this is happening. Is the reporting so far after the fact that this was like, it was already leaked and they already knew all that and this was already public. What was in the steel dossier, so then they were like, okay, let's hide this after the fact. Yeah, so my guess is, again, without kind of going back to do a match of when things first started coming out, that there was some, there was a reason to say we do not want to disclose why we've spent a $1 million on fusion GPS. They made that decision and they made the decision to break the FEC laws. So Hillary for prison, I guess. I don't understand. So you look at we're about to unpack this a little bit. So think about what they did. This meant 5 years later, they paid a $100,000 to hide a $1 million worth of disclosures. So this is the system worked. Oh, yeah. So if you want to argue, maybe the system isn't great. Like I said, I'm on board. But that's what happens when a Democrat violates the election. Now, let's say it again, don't want it too quick way fallacy here, but I think you're going to see a couple salient differences.
"jill stein" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Happened, by the way, but that's probably not something I can get into in this 5 O one thing. But it's true that nothing happened to prevent the Supreme Court's opinion in Dobbs because those wheels were set in motion in 2017. Voting in 2020 was too late. Mitch McConnell had already stolen one Supreme Court seat and the president would get to fill two more with judges who explicitly promised to do what the Supreme Court just did. To make that not happen, you would have had to have voted in 2016 and thank you a lot of you did. But not quite enough. Some of you did truly bad thing. Now let me be clear, I mean bad here as strategically bad given your likely preferences. So let's lay those out. On a political spectrum in 2016, the two candidates who actually want any electoral votes were Hillary Clinton and the candidate to her right, Donald Trump. There was also a con artist and professional grifter running a vanity campaign who ran to the left of Hillary Clinton. And her name was Jill Stein. So there you have it, from left to right, Stein, Clinton, Trump. And then this thing happens that always happens when you have first past the post voting and winner take all elections, votes for the third party. In this case, actually a fourth party and I'm not going to list all the other random stupid vanity candidates who cares. Votes for the third party candidate wind up hurting the candidate most ideologically aligned with that person and helping the candidate most ideologically opposed. So math in Michigan, Trump defeated Clinton by less than 11,000 votes and more than 50,000 people voted for Jill Stein. In Wisconsin, Trump won by 22,000 votes and more than 30,000 people voted for Jill Stein and Pennsylvania, the crucial heart of swing states, Trump won by 44,049 thousand voted for Jill Stein again, this is just math. I'm not telling you what you should have done in 2016. I'm not saying that Jill Stein cost Hillary Clinton the election. What I'm saying is that if you were a Jill Stein voter, presumably the last thing you wanted was president Trump. And yet, that's what happened. Had those Jill Stein voters cast their ballots for Hillary Clinton instead, it is mathematically the case that that would have swung 46 electoral votes, Trump would have never been president and three of the 5 justices that wrote that dobb's opinion I just broke down for you would not have been on the Supreme Court. That was your chance to stop it. And it didn't happen. Let me be clear what I'm saying here. I am trying to craft a future strategy based on past history. I'm not saying it's Stein's fault. For some reason, this seems to be the first defense that Stein voters give after I give a talk like this. I'm not saying Hillary's campaign didn't suck or that look, none of that matters. The question is, did you want Friday's outcome or not? And if you did not want that outcome, the correct strategy would have been to vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016. Now, I can not explain the Pennsylvania Jill Stein voters. But actually I have some insight into those other two states. This comes from talking to a lot of Jill Stein voters, actually. They were looking at this state's electoral history. 7 wins in a row for Democrats in Wisconsin, 28 years of unbroken success. Wisconsin voted for Michael Dukakis in 1988, and he was a big suck loser, right? Democrats can't lose Wisconsin. Same thing. Michigan, 6 years in a row. Okay, they didn't vote for dukakis, but they voted for everybody else for 24 years. They voted for John Kerry. They voted for Al Gore Democrats can't lose Michigan. And so the thought process was, hey, Hillary Clinton's going to win my state Nate silver says it's a blue lock, right? So it's not a swing state. I'm going to use my vote as a protest to send a message that you should nominate a more liberal candidate next time. That didn't go great. Historically, people are not good at predicting whether your state's a swing state or not. Utah probably not. But past was not prologue for these states in 2016. A state is totally safe until it isn't. But second, never in the history of modern elections, if political parties gone back, looked at their margins of victory and defeat with respect to third party candidates and swung left because of it. In fact, the opposite happens. Again, I know you don't want to hear this, but this is reality. When you think about 2000, you probably think about Florida. And I can't blame you. But when I think about it, I think about New Hampshire. Al Gore, who ran probably the most progressive political campaign in modern American history. Narrowly lost New Hampshire by about 7000 votes. 22,198 people voted for Ralph Nader as the protest vanity liberal third party candidate. So yeah, if a third of Ralph Nader voters in New Hampshire had voted for goring instead, this shenanigans and their recounts at Bush V gore and hanging chance would not have mattered at all. Bush would have had 268 electoral votes with Florida and Al Gore two 70. If you forgotten, bush is the guy who nominated Samuel Alito to the court who wrote the opinion in Dobbs that came down on Friday. Now think about each of these elections in 2020 16. Did withholding votes from the democratic candidate send a message? No. In both subsequent elections, the Democratic Party swung to the right. It said, holy crap, we can't lose this race again. And with the active machinations of the DNC, they put their thumb on the scale for the most conservative democratic candidate in the field. In 2004, that was John Kerry instead of Howard dean. I was a Howard dean volunteer. In 2020, that was Joe Biden instead of Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren. I was an Elizabeth Warren volunteer. So I know a little bit about what I'm talking about here. And that gets to the bottom line. Your vote is not a message. Your vote is the right to choose frequently between the lesser of two evils that are narrowly circumscribed.
"jill stein" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Do you believe the violence on January 6th was justified morally? Do you believe the violence on January 6th was just legally? Jennifer, do you believe in the peaceful transition of power in the United States of America? Oh my God. Wow. A former United States general saying. I take the 5th on whether I believe in a peaceful transfer of power in the United States of America. Let's go. They got to call him back up immediately. Court martial him. He has belonged in jail for being a traitor for 16 other things before this. Yep. This is what happens right from this one is Malcolm he said, when you let them get away with this, this insurgency continues, right? Okay. I do have a question, Stephanie. Yes, Carlos. Insurgents of Russian money have anything to do with citizens united, and I'm generally asking that. That made it easier for the oligarchs to just pump in money. Yeah. It's all connected. Yes. Thank you, George Bush. Thank you, third party voters. Thank you Ralph Nader people in Florida and Minnesota. Thank you. Yes, yes. Thanks for voting out of spite instead of using drug baptism like Noam Chomsky, your hero says. I know, Carl, don't get me started again I can't someone posted the. For people who grasp of the amount of Jill Stein voters in the three swing states where Paul Manafort shared polling data with Russia, I mean, again, there was just no disputing it. Donald Trump won by 10,000 votes in Michigan, 50,000 people voted for Joel Stein. Similar stuff anywhere from 30 to 50,000 votes in Wisconsin and in what's the other Michigan. The margin of Jill Stein voters alone, which was what they, why do you think she was sitting at the table with Putin and my whole Flynn? That was exactly the plan to get enough Bernie voters to vote for her or stay home. And it worked like a charm. And so also the people way more than the victory. Also, people arguing that Dems could have codified roe versus what it means that you don't care about voter suppression or about religion, creeping into the constitution. It also means that you think you're absolved of your bad decision just because you think somebody else might have made a bad decision. It is such a second grade thing. You have to find in the Democrats. That has nothing to do with your bad decision to vote third party after a primary. Yeah, Democrats are not the right target. Not the right target right now. Okay, big man says we are in the fall of democracy. Literally, when he says this is my final morning, I've been warning for how long about this. This is it. I mean, this is it. This midterm. Single issue voter, democracy. That's it. You will be shocked to know that Melania might
"jill stein" Discussed on WCPT 820
"This is a 5 alarm fire because we keep saying all of the above by any means necessary. The thing I can not tolerate right now, I don't know about you, is Democrat bashing. Yeah. Democrats are the wrong target. None of us are perfect. I get it. Coulda shoulda woulda done this, whatever. But a voting is the first and best remedy for this. Yeah. And, you know, the fact going, oh, well, we did vote to them already, and they didn't, whatever, we don't have enough you have to turn out. Yeah. You have to turn out in numbers to give us the numbers to get this stuff done. A, B, I do believe we should fight. We absolutely should be fighting to expand the court. We should be trying to help women now on every level we can. I say, I think AOC had some great ideas. And I'm like, yes, all of those things we could get done. Yes, I am. Clinics on federal lands. Whatever we can do, we should. I had to I've had this argument multiple times now this morning with my friend who rides in to work with me. Yeah. And he's like saying, well, Joe Biden could tell them to get rid of the filibuster. She should tell conscious. No. Joe Biden can't make Congress do Jack. Right. Congress has to act on the filibuster on their own. Right. And that's a Senate rule. So the Senate has to act on that. If you just put up, we should tweet up again. The margins of votes in the swing states that Trump won in the Jill Stein voters. Do you understand the Democrat, that's exactly what they want us to do right now. They want us to start dividing ourselves. And so we don't turn out. Then go all over. They should have done this, and they should have codified before, and they should have whatever. Democrats are not the right target. Is one party that has gone the path to take away pretty much all your rights. Kimberly Johnson said it. I'm a single issue voter. Democracy. Same. Yeah. I mean, it's, you know, and by the way
"jill stein" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Keep our republic Oh sorry That's not hang on There we go I have it Nobody helped me These buttons work I just pushed the wrong ones I like your shirt Thank you It came just in time How did the world get so stupid T-shirt Oh my God Jody I just Okay I don't even know where to start We have got to pack this court It's an illegitimate president got three illegitimate picks And this is what this is what's happened Has anyone had a chat with I don't know rich ladies this morning like Susan Sarandon and Jill Stein Well if they live in Missouri Well if they live in Missouri if they get an abortion they will also be arrested under Missouri law even if they leave the state See that's what the Missouri law says Right You can't have it in the state but you can't leave the state either to get one Now you can't leave Yeah yeah Which violates the Tenth Amendment for all of you Tenth Amendment people Right And right So they're saying what Like half the state Yeah Oh thank you Right but now 26 states have triggered a trigger laws for laws on the books that if it's overturned it's not necessarily true A lot of their old law goes back into play Yeah And as everybody says they're coming for everything They're coming for birth control They're coming for same sex marriage they're coming for interracial marriage Because they were all sorry on your Travis is there going to be an unmarried ceremony that I also will come to and dance by myself at the pool I don't know I don't have a voice Oh you don't have a microphone Never mind Why did I ask you a question But the thing is is they were all decided under the same constitutional right And so if this overturns that then those laws that have been established law I texted him also be overturned I texted a friend last and I thank God I'm such a loser No one wants to get married me anyway Yeah me neither No that's true You have options I do not know how options Mommy has no options Okay Every option I've had has been disastrous So I'm just taking it Can you pick for him and you pick for her Let's do that Oh God no How could it be any worse than our own kids How could we make it much worse Oh my God Antifa let's see Just throw darts Antifa's final clerk tweets it looks like the Supreme Court is about to rape American women Leak draft striking down row roll up your sleeves get out the blue boat and after November stack the damn court Yep We need to expand it Different rules right We let Gorsuch is in a stolen seat that belonged to president Obama right And Barrett shouldn't be there either If the FBI had done its job he is not suitable and we have again now how much evidence that he committed perjury during his Okay And Amy Coney barret how many people had already voted Million people say was close to an election We'd already been voting We were voting Oh my God Okay I'm just I'm sorry I'm spitting nails But give me another Amy Klobuchar last night Senator Klobuchar If this is issued over 20 states there's a trigger where abortion will automatically be banned So it's no longer going to be a decision between a woman and her doctor basically I guess Ted Cruz has made this decision for people The second thing that we're going to see happen is that you're going to have individual states considering laws banning it and meanwhile in Washington it's on us now to try to codify roe V wade into law Let's blow up the filibuster for this if nothing Thank you Thank you Thank you I got to say though Jody Joe Manchin thing and whatever book that was Doesn't that tell you everything you need to know John thune asked him if he would join Republicans And he said I would John If you were in charge it's only our democracy hangs by the threat of that he doesn't personally like Mitch McConnell But so that means yes I'm really a Republican I absolutely would I would go So don't tell me we have the Senate We don't We need to go out and get the Senate Yep In November I mean right Duty to Warren said every reasonable woman needs to vote Democrat in the midterms Oh and by the way men this might have something to do with you too Just saying Oh by the way Oh yeah someone pointed out where is that one Shauna said tip for guys who think rose demise won't affect them Child support payments usually started a quarter of your annual annual income Yep Ryan said it's a brave clerk taking this unprecedented step of leaking a draft opinion to warn the country what's coming in a last ditch Hail Mary attempt to see if the public response might cause the court to reconsider That's what I said I don't know I mean this opinion is so extreme Have you read any parts of it You did It is so extreme It is I have always said of all the disgraces on that court Alito was the biggest disgrace I agree This is so extreme and mocking and just oh my God And if I don't keep Ruth Bader Ginsburg's name Exactly Exactly One last one Alex says if Democrats had a true majority roe V wade could be made the law of the land voting for Republicans and staying home has consequences This is a massive consequence If you voted for Republicans or stayed home this is a 100% on you Yep which how many times do we say it Jody We were Walter the dog You and I were co Walter the dogs 2016.
"jill stein" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Look at her Kim Yes go ahead Now Tom Hartman corrected that by showing that if gore had the entire state of Florida recounted he would have won by any recount method Yes And yes Yes So yes there was cheating on top of it We're just saying that had there not been Nader voters Correct Challenge didn't have been that close You were Bernie voter in 2016 in the 2016 primary Let's go on record as saying Carlos rocky was a Bernie voter The whole point of it is not to insult Bernie voters the whole this is why most of us are so pissed off at Putin because he attacked our country And he stole the Putin puppet just like he attacked Ukraine and installed a Putin puppet What exactly what he's trying to do again with exactly the same guy Paul Manafort So the point was to get enough Bernie voters to either stay home vote for Jill Stein or vote for Trump which they did They accomplished that in the three swing states that Hillary lost by a sliver So it is provably true Yeah gore would have never had to maid said move if those people don't vote third party after a primary It does you're doing nothing But it was acer Right It was a massive targeted Russian misinformation campaign with help from Paul Manafort sharing the actual polling data from those three actual swing states with the Russians Okay as I always say it could not be a bigger dumber more obvious movie plot right It's not hard to follow And we overthrew our Putin puppet 81 million of us in 2020 And so it's just as I keep saying Carlos it's all one story And the media doesn't cover it enough that way right All the way through the Ukraine impeachment It's all connected obviously As Marjorie as Marge Gunderson would say I mean Christ do a lot check So we're not tick I'll do a log check march It's all connected Jerry led and guard here all the malfeasance it is No no no No I sent those votes No no I did I voted after the primary Yeah I voted Did you vote third party Jerry Well no I was going to vote but I like I said I voted and there's my record and you can check that out.
"jill stein" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"I was about to hope for what the update was, but I worry I could get into trouble for saying what I was going to say. So what's the update? Great news again. So look, we told you in episode 5 65 just a couple of weeks ago that we took that seriously, right? The challenge on the ballot to Madison Cawthorn's not a one weird trick. A one legitimate challenge. Yep. And so huddle up my lefty Friends. I sometimes get emails that say, hey, we're all on the same team. Why do you go after occupied Democrats and the crescents deans and the jacobin bag. These terrible sources. I do this not because, you know, just stick to going after Trump and the right. I get that. I go after them for a couple of reasons. One is many times they ask for your money, like Jill Stein, and I want to tell you, do not send these critters buddy. Slightly more important than that is, if you are reading, left wing sources that have a mistaken view of the law, that can SAP your activism. And Thomas, I know you remember this, but some of our more recent listeners may not remember the halcyon days of early 2017, right? In which a great many of folks on the left thought, you know, the courts can check against the worst of the stuff that Donald Trump is going to do. Are going to be fine. This will accelerate the revolution. You know, what's the big deal? And one really good example of that that we took on early on was Trump's Muslim ban. And we said, as it was phrased, there were a lot of problems, but that eventually those idiots were going to get it right. And that the Supreme Court that as you look at the right wing fascist monkeys at the typewriter, they will type an immigration ban that works. And that the statute delegated that level of authority to the president. I wish we didn't have laws that did that, but we accurately told you that was going to get through. And I took Donald Trump three revisions and two years, but ultimately that practice went into effect. And I remember early on like we criticized, it did me no favors as a card carrying member of the ACLU. We criticized an ACLU headline that was like Supreme Court strikes down Trump's Muslim ban. Because it didn't. Yeah, that implied, okay, it's all good. Nothing to do here. And our lesson and it's one I hope people have taken away is this is still on you, right? The fascist cosplayers with eye patches who want to overthrow the government are working their asses off. They are stockpiling guns in hotel rooms. They're putting in the work, and if we don't put in the work in return, if we don't outwork them, they're going to take back this government, and it is terrifying. So that's a reason. I don't want to give you false hope and say, this is, you know, you've read this meme and it says that this is unconstitutional, so it's all going to be fine. It's important to tell you when you got to do the work. And the third reason, and this is the happier one, and it dovetails with what we're doing here today is if everything is one weird trick, then you can't evaluate the things that seem like there will be a weird trick that actually do have a chance. And this is as we said in episode 5 65 and I want to emphasize again here today. This is something you should take seriously. It is something the election board is taking seriously. And I'm going to tell you how we know. So every election cycle, candidates are kept off the ballot. They are disqualified as a result of state law. Now, it is true that usually that is for one of two things, either failure to get the requisite number of signatures that are required on the petition, right? You challenge the particular case you go back and look through these. And if it takes 50,000 signatures on a petition to run for Senate, you look through and some percentage are going to be Donald D duck one 23 fake street. People lie when they sign up for on petitions. And a certain number are going to get challenged. It's why best practices in politics are to blow through those numbers. If you need 50,000 signatures, you get 70. The other way in which candidates are kept off the ballot is they don't live in the district, and he prove, yeah, I know you said you rented this apartment, but actually you haven't paid rent there in 8 months. You don't really live there. You've never been there. The landlord doesn't know who you are. And candidates get kicked off the ballot. So this is the latest filing by the North Carolina board of elections. Why do they have a filing? Because as we told you, the challenge itself is stayed pending the results of redistricting in North Carolina. We read that North Carolina Supreme Court opinion. But that didn't stop Madison Cawthorn from preemptively going to federal court and moving for an injunction. He did that on January 31st. And the NCBI said, okay, we oppose that. So all of this comes from that state board answer. And I just want to say, at the outset, the state board says in the past four years alone, the state board has decided 12 candidate challenge appeals, involving all types of races, meaning electoral races. Including candidates for the judiciary, state legislature, sheriffs and county and municipal offices. In contrast with postal election protests, wonder why they had to say this. These pre election challenges serve the critical purpose of ensuring that only qualified candidates appear on the ballot and are voted on by the electorate, while promoting public confidence in the electoral system. I love that little implicit dig of wait. Aren't you the party of we want to stop voter fraud? Right, yeah. This is potentially this is how we actually police voter fraud, having candidates who are not eligible to run for office..
"jill stein" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"99. Just go to my pillow dot com click on the new radio listener specials get your discounts in a promo code Larry or 808 9 1843 for these great radio specials that my pillow dot com promo code Larry or one 808 9 1843. Now with respect. The implication is that had Hillary been president on January 6th. And she was not. Had she been president on January 6th and lost the election by 30 or 40,000 votes in three states. Her supporters would have quietly accepted the results. What is your basis for saying that? I repeat there were four days of protests, including violent protests when Donald Trump got elected in November. I'm not talking about what ifs and what might have happened had Hillary gain elected all the lost by the 2012 interview. My goodness, Hillary filed a lawsuit about the 2016 election to overturn the election, she joined a woman named Jill Stein, who filed a lawsuit to overturn Wisconsin and filed a separate lawsuit to have the recount done by hand. Okay, can I talk about events of January 6 2021? And even though Donald Trump had his social media platforms shut down because he pervade the so called big lie, Hillary called him for four years illegitimate called the election stolen to the point where 78% of Democrats believe the Russian interference changed the outcome of the election. The Senate Intel report reached no such conclusion, yet 78% of Democrats believe the Russian interference changed the outcome of the election. But nobody suggests that Hillary and the former president of the United States Jimmy Carter, who also publicly said, the Russians put Donald Trump in The White House in 2016 without any evidence nobody calls these people undermining our republic undermining the integrity of our elections. Nobody says a word about that, but they all attack Donald Trump because they hate okay. It's not fair. The interview notices you don't want to hear it. That's what's called media bias. Damn right, you didn't want to hear but you're going to hear it and he heard it. There's another almost ten minutes left to go of this interview I had with this gentleman. So please stick around for that. All across America, the Larry.
"jill stein" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Just type sailing news channel into the search bar, listen to us and watch us all day long come check us out. We are the antidote to the main screen media, Salem news channel dot com that stay on the news channel dot com. Back to my interview Sacramento B. We're going to ask you a lot of questions today. The trailer, mostly on the statement, but since the governor, California will also be a leader in the nation, we want to address that. So the question I would ask next is a month conservatives. There is a growing quorum who distrusts elections and election officials, including in California. Do you believe Joe Biden won the 2020 election freely and fairly? And do you trust in the integrity and validity of California's elections process? I do believe that Joe Biden won the election, a fairly and squarely, but can I say something about that? I know Donald Trump has been accused of fomenting the big lie. If I had a nickel every time I watched CNN and I watched a lot of CNN, I watched Chris Cuomo and Don lemon. And Wolf Blitzer if I had a dime every time they said Donald Trump has pushed the big lie, I could still find my campaign. I want to point out that for four years and counting Hillary Clinton referred to the 2016 election as having been stolen. Her word not mine. She referred to Donald Trump for four years in county as illegitimate. Her word not mine. When the Senate investigated the 2016 election, they made two major findings. One of them was this that despite their efforts, the Russians failed to change a single vote tally. Yet, according to a YouGov poll, a respected poll, 66% of Democrats believe that the Russians changed vote tariffs. One more time. The Senate report found zero evidence that the Russians changed a single vote telling. Now, the politics editor of CNN is a man named Chris Salim. He wrote a piece where he excoriated Republicans for a quote falsely believing the quote falsely believing that there was widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election. 76% of Republicans, he said, believes this lie. 78% of Democrats believe that the Russians changed the outcome of the election in 2016, even though the Senate report could not find any evidence one way or the other. Mostly what the Russians did, as you know, is by a bunch of Facebook ads, some pro black, some anti black some pro Trump, some anti Trump pro Hillary, some anti Hillary in order to just stir up discontent. But the Intel report found no evidence whatsoever that the Russians changed the vote to change the outcome of the election or not. Yet 78% of Democrats, according to Gallup, believe that the outcome of the election was changed by the Russian interference in 2016. Yet Hillary's social media was never shut down, even though she was promoting the big lie. Social media, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook never shut her down, even though she was promoting the big lie. Now when I say that, people push back and say, well, Hillary can see that the election Donald Trump did not. Google, Donald Trump and concede, and you'll find numerous articles where Donald Trump continued the election. I agree he didn't concede it right away, but ultimately he did. And neither Hillary nor Donald Trump use the C word, concede. The second pushback is, well, Hillary did not suit overturn the election. Or contraire mon frere, she joined Jill Stein and Jill Stein for lawsuit to overturn the election. In Wisconsin and filed a separate motion to have the recount done by hand. Third, Hillary's supporters did not storm the capitol on January 6th. That is true, because Hillary was not president on January 6th. But on election night in November 2016, there was widespread violence on the part of Hillary supporters all over America, including clashing with the police, including police cars being burned. And on the third week of January in 2017, when Donald Trump was inaugurated, 200 people were arrested in Washington, D.C. because of violent protests. That's almost half of the 400 people that were arrested on January 6th. So I believe it's a double standard here. Donald Trump has been pounded and pounded and pounded for promoting the so called big lie. Hillary had promoted the big lie for four years and counting and has never ever been, in my opinion, operated over that. And finally, Donald Trump to my knowledge never referred to Barack Obama as having stolen the 28 election or the 2012 election and never referred to him as illegitimate during the 8 years of his presidency, but Hillary as I repeat referred to Donald Trump as having stolen the election in 2016 and being illegitimate. I think there's a double standard here and I wish the media would acknowledge that. And by the way, I do not believe that Joe Biden won the election fair and square, and I modified that answer after that. And I talked about the shenanigans. I talked about the way COVID was used to expand vote, deadlines, and how COVID was used in excuse for Michigan to get the ballots. I talked about the two and a half year phony collusion investigation that dog president Trump. I talked about the way the Hunter Biden story was shut down. And I talked about how the CEO of Facebook spent over $400 million to influence election officials in various battleground counties and battleground areas in order to influence the election for Democrats. So I do not believe that Joe Biden won the election fairly and squarely, and I substantially modify that after afterwards. So please don't have a heart attack and send me any letters. I also was asked about this about Barack Obama not being born in the country for some reason that came up. I was also asked about George Soros back DA candidates and several other questions in this interview. So stick around for that. Again, we've extended invitation to Erika Dee Smith, the calmness with the LA times who referred to me as a black face of white supremacy. She recently just a few days ago said this quote as President Biden said of elder while stumping for Newsom in Long Beach, quote the leading Republican running for governor is the closest thing to a Trump clone that I have ever seen. What does that even mean? And the point is that during my campaign over and over and over again, the governor of California talked about this being a Republican takeover. The media never held him responsible for the rise in crime, never held him responsible for the fact that people are leaving California for the very first time. Never held him accountable for the fact that he shut down the state 9 kids a whole year of in person education while his own kids were enjoying in person private education, never any pressure put on him to debate me. And he got away with it. Largely because of people like Erica Dee Smith who writes for the LA times. Larry elder is the black face of white supremacy, sub headline, you've been warned. That is how left wing and ridiculous the media are here in California. And it was a huge benefit to my opponent..
"jill stein" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Climate change policies Yes and in the tradition of Jill Stein and Ralph Nader It's doing just so much good for our body politics 29 minutes after the hour It's definitely more shall we What would you CPT 8 20 Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter A wall of worry on Wall Street today stocks are plunging this morning on fears of a new COVID variant found in South Africa and just confirmed to be in Belgium now that could evade vaccines Major indexes all lower by triple digits It is a half day of trading on this Black Friday Markets close at one p.m. eastern One market that's not closing because it never closes cryptos Bitcoin Ethereum and others trade 24 7 and cryptos are lower today Watch travel stocks on this COVID variant news airlines down between 5 and 7% this morning while vaccine stocks are popping up to 8% this morning of course it's a big shopping day some stores were open early this morning for in person deals this year A Deloitte pre Thanksgiving report predicts consumers will spend an average of about $450 each by Sunday Night I'm Jessica edinger CNBC I'm doctor baker You're the CNBC business updates Each weekday at 9 30 1230 and four 30 Now you're W C PTA 20 Chicago traffic.
"jill stein" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Against climate change policy Yes and in the tradition of Jill Stein and Ralph Nader It's doing just so much good for our body politics 29 minutes after the hour it's definitely more shall we This is 8 20 where you can hear the Stephanie Miller show every weekday 8 to 11 a.m. because facts matter This is a W CPT civil rights snapshot When the United States entered World War II president Franklin Roosevelt believed that Major League Baseball should continue despite most of the players being off defending their country in the war Worried about the future of the sport Philip Wrigley founded the all American girls professional baseball league in 1943 Despite being the first lie for women believe do not want any racial integration and turned away pitcher mamie Johnson because she was black But Johnson's love for the game did not let this stopper as Johnson and TRE other women of color cried out for the Negro leagues and all three of them were then signed by the Indianapolis clowns The three women faced struggles from their male counterparts but one over the league and the fans that they're playing ability During their run the clowns are the highest attendance beating out any team in Major League Baseball and the all American girls professional baseball league Please stay vigilant about our civil rights The fight is never over The future depends on teachers Every day teachers are shaping our tomorrows starting their students on journeys that will change the course of history Right now in a classroom somewhere in the United States there's a tea transpiring of future scientists who will make preventing pandemics their life's work Sharpening the mind of an aspiring environmentalist who hook come back climate change And generating possibilities for a student will be the first in their family to graduate college It all starts with teachers who meet challenges with creativity who reinvent education for the future who work towards a school system that lives up every child regardless of race income or zip code and to enable the full potential of our students our communities.
"jill stein" Discussed on Papo no Auge!
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"jill stein" Discussed on The Fashion Geeks
"To for a long time in twenty sixteen. I very much was back on the green ticket for presidency. And he was the vice presidential candidate for that With dr jill stein and to basically then. He's been someone that i've i've looked up to as i mean i mean he's just show intelligent and he's show and so i got seems speak live which was like the best best best of all afterwards i went up and actually got to meet him and i swear to god my knees shaking. I was like you know out of my mind. It was unbelievable. I got to sit there and talk with the man But he he actually brings our baldwin a lot because he talks baldwin bringing in that combination of of the serious hardcore intellectual thought but also being in touch with the people you know talking about making it relevant. What's going on and to bring this back to ball and i think that's that's something that ball does so well read some of his writings and and sometimes You know he writes almost from from too much of an academic perspective and sometimes he writes from the street perspective but he's able to blend them in a way that i know what i'm going to style but his writing is truly like nothing else. There's no one else that writes like him and bring it back to the clothing. It's the same clothes that he he wrote in the james baldwin style and he dressed in the james baldwin.
Trump campaign transfers $3 million to Wisconsin for recount
"After the two thousand sixteen presidential election green party candidate. Jill stein spent three point five million dollars on a statewide recount in wisconsin which then increased donald trump's total by one hundred thirty one votes. Donald trump called that recount a scam and called on voters to accept the results of the election today. The trump campaign wired three million dollars to the wisconsin election commission to pay for a recount of ballots. In just two of the state's counties the two most democratic counties milwaukee county and dane county joe biden beat donald trump in those two counties by a total of three hundred sixty four thousand two hundred ninety eight votes and joe biden. Beat donald trump in the state of wisconsin by twenty thousand five hundred sixty five votes today. George christianson and scott mcdonnell the clerks for milwaukee and dane counties. Said this about recounts. I'm not surprised that they selected dean and counties they certainly didn't select them for a regularities they sunk to them because they're democratic strongholds. Of course a so frustrating. You know we were trained georgia and i trained for a year and a half or more for this kind of this information from the kremlin That's what we were trying to figure out. We're gonna try to mitigate that information on it out a lot of these bo- never thought it would be coming from from ourselves from from within the united states joining us. Now is wisconsin attorney general. Josh kaul general call. Can you tell us what you expect. In this recount process and whether it will lead to any possible of election litigation trying to overturn the results. Well i the recount itself is virtually certain to confirm what we know. Which is that. Joe biden scott's by about twenty thousand votes as you mentioned before we have recount for years ago and the change in net votes for the candidates about one hundred and thirty one votes. We haven't after twenty eleven states court races. Well and kind. Statewide recounts are in the hundreds. Nothing even approaching twenty thousand boats and the trump campaign does seem to be a little confused about how this process works because in re competition they raised a variety of legal claims but the time for legal claims relating to lose the election is well before the election. There's even a doctrine that says you can't our plans to close to election because you need to have certainty about rules are now bring those arguments. After voting. his happened after ballots have been cast after about twenty thousand more. Wisconsin voted for. Joe biden voted for donald trump. It's too late for those kinds of challenges. So will this delay the certification of results in wisconsin. It shouldn't recount needs to be done by december first and that's the deadline for certifying results. So absence some sort of order or something else that interferes with process moving forward certification will have to happen on december first so it sounds like the trump campaign believes that this is not just counting votes. But it's some kind of evidentiary discovery of some sort in which they might at the end of the process. End up with a legal claim. Is that even possible. If all we're doing is counting votes. That's what they're suggesting you know. But that's not how the rejoin process works as you said a recount is about recounting the votes. It's about confirming that. The numbers were accurate. They may very well. File a legal challenge as the recounts going on or at the end of it but any kind of like that is certain to fail. We've seen the trump campaign's success in court post-election and they keep losing case after case in the reason is because their claims have no merit and if they were challenging staunton I'm confident that it would be swiftly rejected courts so attorney general. Call knowing everything you know about this The vote count as it is the recount process as it will work. Wisconsin's history with recounts the likely on numerical changes as a result of recount Would you say tonight that. We know who the winner of the state of wisconsin is. Yeah there's no question about who's won the state of wisconsin. Donald trump is basically the equivalent position. Somebody who bought lottery tickets but he's Ticket after the lottery has happened. It's it's over and we know who has won this election.
Trump campaign would have to pay nearly $8 million for Wisconsin recount
"Of Wisconsin says the Trump campaign will need to pay nearly $8 million for a vote recount. They asked for Wisconsin Elections Commission says it's ready for a recount, but that first it needs $7.9 Million from the Trump campaign recount cost estimates from the state's 72 counties that are four times higher than Green Party candidate Jill Stein's recount in 2016, the state's elections chief, Meghan Wolf, saying the increase was driven by expenses related to conducting a recount during the coronavirus. Pandemic counties have until today to certify election results, leaving the president 24 hour window to officially request to recount Jeff Mona's So.
GOP-led states back Trump’s legal drive to challenge election
"President trump has yet to concede the election but the trump campaign has already announced a number of legal challenges to the results in states like pennsylvania georgia michigan arizona nevada and north carolina. But the big question is whether these are a last ditch effort by the president to remain relevant or whether they actually have legal merit. And that's what my next guest deny are going to discuss. marc joseph. Stern is a staff writer for slate and he covers the courts and the law mark. Welcome back to the show. Thanks so much for having me back on so judges in georgia. Michigan and nevada have already dismissed lawsuits filed by the trump campaign. What were the legal grounds that judges had for dismissing those lawsuits. So most of these lawsuits are really about process. Not about substance. So the trump campaign has repeatedly argued across several states. That legal observers specifically republican legal observers. Were not allowed to witness the top relation process closely enough that they couldn't get close enough to make sure there was no funny business going on. That doesn't seem to be true. These seem to be fabricated claims designed to kind of throw a wrench in the vote in process Rather than winning any extra votes for trump and the reason judges have thrown them out is because they don't have much merits the trump campaign can say whatever it wants on twitter but when it gets into court and it's lawyers are under oath. They have to speak the truth and the truth is there just isn't any mischief going on behind the scenes in any of these states. Well let's talk a little bit about pennsylvania because they had been dealing with some legal issues even before the election started. Where does that stand now. Mark yes so. The pennsylvania case is the strongest one for the trump campaign by far so pennsylvania. Law says that all ballots have to be received by november third but the pennsylvania supreme court extended the grace period to november sixth for ballots that were mailed by election day. The trump campaign has fought that very hard and four supreme court justices have already said they would basically like to throw out those ballots so the trump campaign has been sort of reminding the supreme court. Hey we've got these late ballots. The counties are segregating gum in not including them in the vote. Count so you know. They have not contributed to joe. Biden's victory there so far but right now it doesn't look like there are nearly enough of these late arriving ballots to change the outcome of the election to make any of this litigation worth it's it's in the thousands perhaps while joe biden's is in the tens of thousands and so even if the supreme court came in and said we've got a throughout every ballot that arrived in pennsylvania after november third. It would not give trump that state and it would not change the outcome of this election. Another state that the trump campaign has its eyes on is wisconsin. They've already said that they would ask for a recount there. Where does that stand and will they be asking for a recount and any other states so it looks like there will be a recount in wisconsin. But the reality is that recounts usually only change a few hundred votes at most. If you have a super thin margin you know a few dozen. Or if you hundred votes separating the winner and the loser then recounts can be a nail biter but right now biden ahead twenty thousand votes. It doesn't look like it's going to change anything you know after jill stein paid for a recount in two thousand sixteen. Donald trump ended up getting a few more hundred votes than the initial counted found. So that will happen but it probably won't change anything. i believe. The trump campaign will seek recount in georgia as well possibly arizona and nevada though. It's too soon to tell but again as thin as those margins are we're talking in the thousands or tens of thousands not in the hundreds so they don't seem likely to change anything
Hillary Clinton says Russians are “grooming” a 2020 candidate
"Does anyone beyond Hillary Clinton and people who are losing their minds and the Democratic Party really believe that Tulsi Gabbard and Jill Stein a Russian agents now there may be some Russian box in some Russian this or that that's trying to help this candidate or that candidate you realize that you know you look back at what we've actually learned about Russians trying to meddle in our elections they try to help Hillary to the tri delt drawn to try to help Hillary they're they're trying to just mess up as much as they can and get us at each other's throats and is working they've done a pretty good job of it you know and and their troubles right to say this and people get all crazy on him but we do the same thing we have gotten involved in other countries elections and try to get what we wanted out of it or try to get this party against this party this guy at local present above the din in Israel I mean give me a break but this one really tell Tulsi Gabbard why is she a Russian agent why the Russian supposedly love her simply because she didn't want to get a warrant Syria Tulsi Gabbard is the only person on the democratic stage that actually fought in a war on the battlefield and she is a Russian agent because she is against sending American troops into Syria New York times also tried to call her a