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"jim troupe" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

07:16 min | 3 months ago

"jim troupe" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Those of you knew give a quick and dirty on how this thing runs. This is listener viewer supported. I depend on you to make this work. And i depend on you for three things three important things and in order of importance number one. Pray for me and boy. I'll tell you guys the private messages you guys send me that. You're praying for me and stuff. Those are just man. it's awesome. I'm so grateful for that. But do pray for me because it's it's a big responsibility and i don't wanna get wrong. I never want to misinform anybody. You know i wanna be clear. What's my opinion and what's reporting in salon Second thing is if you think this is good stuff and You wanna see more of it. share it and subscribe. Hit the subscribe button. Make sure you get all the stuff hit. Make sure the alerts are turned on and And then go ahead and You know share it with somebody and then the last thing is support the show financially it does need money to run and i need money to run and i'm not embarrassed to ask I don't like asking but that's the reality of the world Gotta have some some dough to make the thing we go so You can see the address on the screen. They're in livestream and then also. There is a store on the website that sells coffee. T shirts things like that and that stuff does help so if you can see your way clear to support the show. That's that matters. Now mark simmons in the comment here says the bombers. No doubt republican. Most the mass shooting in hate crimes are from racist republican people. Well i i don't know about That they're racist. I would say this that the The size impact mark of some of the actions of the people in the right has been larger if you want to consider things like the oklahoma city bombing as part of that But other than Those kinds that you know those the handful of large things and i'm not sure your the attribution of things to the right is always Correct either i will say this that as a journalist i've been i've been running around with a camera. Microphone in my hand for about thirty years off and on different times and i have never been assaulted by anybody on the right but i have been assaulted repeatedly by people associated with antiga like groups As far back as nineteen ninety eight in the world trade center our world trade center world trade organization. Wto protests in seattle so You know potentially the and i don't really care if it's right or left Domestic terrorism is not. Okay right so let's just go with that so Onward into some of the stories. I've prepared to share so in new jersey swing state. So that's where the lawsuit is Or not lawsuit. But the where their count is a little different but The lawsuits are in swing states. Of course because if you overturn you're not gonna even if you've clear out the vote fraud in new jersey. that state is not going to turn Read even absent the fraud. It's still going to be a blue state and so if the objective is to retain the white house You've got to go after that on the swing states so Yesterday trump campaign takes wisconsin constitutional fight to the supreme court so mayor rudy giuliani. The trump campaign lead attorney today announced that the campaign file a petition. For a writ of sir sherard with the us supreme court challenging the wisconsin supreme court decision that allowed over fifty thousand illegal absentee ballots in violation of article. Two of the us constitution wisconsin law the filing seeks expedited consideration before the january six congressional review of electoral college votes. This march the second constitutional challenge to illegal mail. Voting filed by the campaign a petition from pennsylvania filed on december twentieth now. The petition filed on december twentieth The option available to share with the public of no surprise. It's facebook at work. Awesome surely youtube channel so anyway the pennsylvania case. They pushed out till after inauguration day. And so if they do that with this and it won't matter. So here's as i. Regrettably the wisconsin supreme court in their four. Three decision refused to address. The merits of our claim the sur petition asks them to address our claims which if allowed would change the outcome of the election wisconsin troops notice. Doted this is jim troupe. Is the trump campaign's lead attorney for wisconsin and former judge. I believe Three members of wisconsin supreme court including the chief justice agreed with many of the president's claim in written to sense from that courts december fourteenth order. Professor john eastman. A constitutional scholar at the clermont is also noted the petition challenging the decision of the wisconsin supreme court to allow partisan state and local election officials to ignore key antifraud provisions of wisconsin. Law is extremely persuasive. The federal constitutional issues raised by the case cannot be more clear article two of the constitution as interpreted in bush versus gore assigns to the legislature the plenary power to determine the manner of choosing presidential electors not executive officials unelected bureaucrats or even the state judiciary that authority was eviscerated in wisconsin resulting in more than fifty thousand illegal ballots being cast and counted the trump petition raises a number of issues including more than twenty thousand votes that were counted from people who failed to provide identification by abusing the state's indefinitely combined confined status including two biden electors. Okay so this is important. Okay so the. The state's indefinitely confined status. So this is people who are in institutions or nursing homes or other things and have an identification loophole where they don't have to show up in person Because prior to the pandemic it wasn't mail in ballots right and so there. Was this loophole where you didn't have to show person. And so what they're saying is that twenty. Eight thousand ballots were cast by abusing that Procedure okay. Then they say. Nearly six thousand. Absentee ballots were counted that were contained an incomplete and altered ballot belowps that wisconsin statutes expressly forbid and seventeen thousand ballots were collected by hand in direct contravention of the statutes in democrat sponsored events in madison and october. So let me just tell you real life story. This is just real life phone call. Yesterday the guy came talking about the election talking about fraud talking about how things could have happened. Here's what he said to me. He said well you know. Five ballots came to my house. Because there's five voters here.

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"jim troupe" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

08:14 min | 5 months ago

"jim troupe" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"There is the dead ends. They're hitting which is important because people need to know the facts of why that's not working on the other hand. There's the intent Which that deputy lieutenant governor. I should say argues is militias. Now absolutely i think Lieutenant governor. Chris has rained because most americans believe and agree that for democracy to work for all of us it has to include all of us. Democracy is somewhat of a secular religion in this country. We we take a lot of pride in the idea that the powerful must ask for permission to rule. We export this model of governance across the world. We fight for in wars right. This is this is democracy and this is america and yet there has always been a thread in our society from our very founding days when our founders left holes in the bedrock of that great revolutionary democracy in order to leave room for slavery. There is always been this thread of a group of people who are more wedded to raw power into white supremacy to the economic spoils of having him very narrow set of people being able to write the rules and they've always put a whites. Only sign in hung it on. The side of our democracy and americans of all colors have come together in every generation to expand the idea of democracy to include all of us. The fact that the republican party is going along in large measure with donald trump's temper tantrum after nearly a decade of the republican party. Moving using the baseless claims of voter fraud which are racist at their core because they're trafficked in an idea of people of color doing criminal things by the act of voting if you if you look at the way. The republican party has gone along with the idea of raising barriers to the ballot particularly for young people for i'm married women who may have different names on their different forms of by and for of course people of color. This is an undermining of our democracy. That has a long history and yet it has always been on the losing side of progress. Donald trump is moving. This into far more of a mainstream than i ever thought i would see in my life but he is not the beginning of it and he certainly sadly is not the end of it. You know i agree with heather's characterization of both the potential ideal strengths of our democracy and the weaknesses. And i think that in a sense. We are lucky that this was not a closer election because all of the farcical legal trouble. The trump campaign has gotten into which neal was describing if it had been one st and they have been able to flood one. St with a lot of disinformation in doubt they might have been able to turn some republican legislators their way and that has proven possible in part because there are so many states that they would have to flip so i see the danger here as being really about the illegitimacy. They're they're trying to shadow the election with and the possibility that millions of americans are not going to understand the truth about the election. Which is that. It was really well run. And despite the pandemic and very adverse circumstances thousands of election officials poll workers made this election work at the polls it was actually smoother than a lot of elections. We've seen recently. And i feel like that. Part of the story is under told. Because of all the aspersions that president trump has been casting on it and you mentioned both of you mentioned the idea of what if it were closer. I mean we're now living through the testing of this because it hasn't been closer to be all these things going on but there might be a lot more close calls about it whether that's shaking down georgia to try to toss votes or play. These games are just create so much smoke that somehow it might be argued that that the legislature stepping in the a given state was a remedial measure rather than just a straight Thuggery straight power. Grab a theft that even republican officials that many of these states have said that they don't want to be a they wanna be associated with neil raise at the top of the program. The idea that the trump folks may not have done anything right. legally whatsoever We have a candidate or a nomination for a possible thing. Which is they got rid of. Sydney powell panel stays. I want to give a little context on this. Because trump's legal path obviously had a lot of incompetence sydney powell. You may not have heard of this point as ben apart of it recently. Occupying starring role at the rudy. Giuliani press conference but has been pushed out in these final days for litigating in a way that was deemed too conspiratorial for donald trump himself. The team now stressing that she's not a part of this legal project or representing donald trump. Personally how made ways by calling for the entire election to be thrown out a flatly undemocratic demand just like the type of stuff we were just discussing with the panel it comes after a whole series of misinformation and downright confusion the affidavit of the young man from venezuela who saw he hsieh's create how they did software the system was created and how it worked to accomplish the objective for hugo chavez and camp and the secretary of state need to go with it. Because they're in on the dominion scam. Hopefully this week we will. We will get it ready to file. What's in it will. It will be biblical. I mean you know bringing us. Such gems as dominion voting scandal as perpetrated by hugo chavez who died in venezuela. Twenty thirteen is just not. But you know this is like this is not a representative of the trump lawyers. I mean for example in wisconsin. The person who's filing their main challenge. He's trying to throw out the in person. Absentee votes saying those are illegal votes there. You can't make this up. The guy bring the case jim troupe is just had to admit that he and his wife voted using in person. Absentee ballots i mean. They are scraping the bottom of the barrel here per person legal personnel for claims in the like in meanwhile a transition needs to get underway. I mean it's a profoundly uncool static and i agree with what's been said before. Frankly racist attempt to what's going on pushback. Go ahead heather. I'm just gonna say you when you see these images of you know state. Legislators you know members of boards of canvassers and frankly government bodies that we've never had to think about before thousands of poll workers and ballot recounter's doing all of this extra work during a pandemic when they are carrying their own fears their own stresses their own concerns. Their kids may not be in school. Doing all of this work to basically satisfy to temper tantrums would be desperate at the same time when the government workers whose job is to deal with the pandemic to address the economic crisis. That americans are feeling. Have just cut out of work right mitch. Mcconnell excuse the senate let them recess and we still have not seen the kind of financial financial relief for small business owners and homeowners and renters families that we need. People are needlessly suffering. And that's the part that makes it even more galling than the attacks our democracy which can feel abstract but this is non abstract when families are not able to pay their rent. Yeah it's a great point. And the other thing i wanted to share that maybe interested interesting viewers. Emily is that the walls are closing in on. Those people who are around trump have whatever level of independent. So they're not currently in office or they don't have whatever other needs chris. Christie is known as many things but he's better at trump loyalist and here's a former. Us attorneys the prosecutor noses way around the courtroom if nothing else take a listen to what he said what's happened. Here is quite frankly. The content of the president's legal team has been a national embarrassment..

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"jim troupe" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

02:20 min | 10 months ago

"jim troupe" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Out of the history books. You simply take that out of the classrooms. You, simply replace. An explanation of the history of the founding of this country. Is An interesting history Jim. Jim Troupe is kind of touched back on it. When he was talking about Plato, there's a wonderful wonderful lecture series. You'd ever like to get a cold history of freedom because all the way back to the Greeks and how our founding fathers looked all the way back through history to the beginning of the idea of individual freedom. They were no dummies. They reached back through human history to come upon this idea of America the idea that we are endowed by this creator with certain unalienable rights among these are life liberty in the pursuit of happiness. Those weren't Occidental careless words. You replace that. Well, it's got a separate church and state, and so we can't. Even we can't even use those words. We can say those words. You can't say those words, and you can't teach that concept then you can't teach the concept of ordered liberty. You can't teach what a representative republic looks like. You can't teach our founding history. You can't teach any of it if you say we can't teach God. Forty. Thirty five forty years ago, that just got taken out wanted to get replaced with. It got replaced with Howard Zinn. It got replaced with radical rethinking of and revising of history toward a political end. It got to common core where kids were being asked to look at the bill of rights, and and vote on the on the portions of the bill of rights. They would like to get rid of. Had anybody fifty years ago been paying attention to the content of American education. We probably wouldn't be in the place. We are right now, but the reason why adults over forty and adults under forty so many fewer of them say they're believers. Is because number one. They have not been expected to even understand their own faith number two. They've never been exposed to the concept and the necessity of the concept and learning American history..

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"jim troupe" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

02:20 min | 10 months ago

"jim troupe" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Out of the history books. You simply take that out of the classrooms. You, simply replace. An explanation of the history of the founding of this country. Is An interesting history Jim. Jim Troupe is kind of touched back on it. When he was talking about Plato, there's a wonderful wonderful lecture series. You'd ever like to get a cold history of freedom because all the way back to the Greeks and how our founding fathers looked all the way back through history to the beginning of the idea of individual freedom. They were no dummies. They reached back through human history to come upon this idea of America the idea that we are endowed by this creator with certain unalienable rights among these are life liberty in the pursuit of happiness. Those weren't Occidental careless words. You replace that. Well, it's got a separate church and state, and so we can't. Even we can't even use those words. We can say those words. You can't say those words, and you can't teach that concept then you can't teach the concept of ordered liberty. You can't teach what a representative republic looks like. You can't teach our founding history. You can't teach any of it if you say we can't teach God. Forty. Thirty five forty years ago, that just got taken out wanted to get replaced with. It got replaced with Howard Zinn. It got replaced with radical rethinking of and revising of history toward a political end. It got to common core where kids were being asked to look at the bill of rights, and and vote on the on the portions of the bill of rights. They would like to get rid of. Had anybody fifty years ago been paying attention to the content of American education. We probably wouldn't be in the place. We are right now, but the reason why adults over forty and adults under forty so many fewer of them say they're believers. Is because number one. They have not been expected to even understand their own faith number two. They've never been exposed to the concept and the necessity of the concept and learning American history..

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"jim troupe" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

07:46 min | 10 months ago

"jim troupe" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"So let's. GO BACK TO TEARING DOWN STATUES TEARING DOWN history. This isn't about let's let's call a public hearing and let's vote on whether or not we want to. I don't know Swap out a Robert e Lee statue with I. Don't know a statue of someone famous in the underground railroad or something like that. It's not what this is about. This is about not. The people deciding this is about a handful of folks in a mob deciding that we can't. We are not permitted to know our history. That's what this is about so now. It's Jesus now. Jesus has to be cancelled. Well of course, Jesus has to be cancel. You have to cancel Judeo Christian ethics. And how do you do that? Will you cancel Jesus you canceled? Christ because Judeo, Christian ethics completely reject everything that is going on in America right now from Antifa and the mobs that are tearing down statues and setting things on fire shooting cops. And essentially announcing a blood libel for white people. That's rejected by the teachings of Christ. So you're. GonNa tear all of this stuff down. You have to tear it down because. In order to have your revolution. You need to erase. History Jim Troupe is is on the phone with me. Judge Jim is also an attorney, also a student of this of movement of political movements, communism in particular Jim, and I were talking before you got on the phone with me before we get on the air today. In, order to in order to have communism, the first thing that needs to happen is the destruction of history. It happened in the Soviet Union happened during the Russian Revolution had happened in the Cuban Revolution had happened when when China became a communist country. It happened in Venezuela. This is what necessarily must happen. You have to destroy your history or people know that history, and can hearken back to that history and can resist the demands of tyranny and fascism. If if this year this is. In every. Book! About how to create. A communist which is a godless. State, in which the state itself is, the be the board of Star Trek Right. It is that you have no insistence. That as a heart of this date. And and to do that, they must erase history. Because if they don't. You could go back. There is a scene I. Don't know if you remember this Vicki, but there's a great scene in doctor Zhivago. where? They're. They are in there now in In Siberia living, and and they give the newspaper and the newspaper comes, and the uncle opens it up any any breaks into tears and I said what's wrong anything. They've killed the soft. Can Use, and and the the LASAGNA wasn't loud. But they've killed and in Chicago says so that no one can ever go back to what if? They made your choice for. You do not get to make the choice. The mob! Make the choice and you must live with it for. And the only way to do that is to erase. Your history. And that He. So that it is, it is as basic as. You Know Jim. You think about this the attack on the Electoral College. To reduce the ability of individuals states to have any Tommy whatsoever to have any say in the outcome of of policy in this nation, it goes, it goes together that sort of the high minded hush puppy and and tweed jacket class that is trying to attempt to rip down the Electoral College It's the it's the rabble-rousing rainbow hair color died you know. woke white progressive class. That's that's throwing rocks and starting riots and tearing down statues, but what they're working at the same purpose. They're working toward the same end. You're tearing down history. Nobody seems to be fighting against it. A modest fights you add the governor of south, Dakota declare that, and under no circumstances. Will anybody tear down or try to Deface Mount Rushmore? President trump finally announced he's going to. He's going to secure the area around Lafayette Square, but these are pretty modest. Efforts to to push back and fight back and at the same time you have got you've got those tweed jacket types working tear down our ability to stop it from happening in the future by taking away our voice in an election. They're talking about trying to reduce the the the integrity of the election, and they're trying to figure out ways to cheat. They want people who are not citizens of this country to be voting in elections and the idea I think eventually is to get rid of elections. Well all of these all of these are the process by which you eliminate breed. Okay so, what happened here is we're all caught up in process right now. We think we think this is about black lives, matter and about George. Of course that's nothing to do with it anymore three. Some people participating take does so for them. I suppose it does. Let's be clear here. This has been taken over by a much bigger movements in history which is. Or we have religion. Art We have South Stuff A. Issues that are now being debate. He's not. It is not about a statute that the easy way for them to persuade people who aren't thinking about this. To go along with it, if easy to persuade people that this is about George. Therefore, you must support it. You gotta go down on our State Street, or wherever it is, and honor them by drawing. Pick up shoot, little heart on broken window. That is reminds us of Kristallnacht in Nazi Germany. So and remember this goes all the way back to your point about electoral college, one hundred percent correct, and let's take us to the next level you from the time of Plato. It is believed that a true democracy. would be mob rule. Was Our country was founded the the federal and others, the people who opposed much of the founding of our country understood. They were fearful that it would be mob rule. That's how we ended up for the Senate and House of Representatives and three park government, because no one thought. That say about this. That's the mob can rule that the pure democracy model fifty one percent on everything, because today's fifty one percent is tomorrow's thirty percents. Is Tomorrow's ninety percent. It doesn't cannot work. It has never worked overtime, and it will never work so you have a representative government that does these things, so we honor our history. We think about those things because we're tempered by. Time were tempered by the thinking overtime. What has come before and.

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"jim troupe" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

07:46 min | 10 months ago

"jim troupe" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"So let's. GO BACK TO TEARING DOWN STATUES TEARING DOWN history. This isn't about let's let's call a public hearing and let's vote on whether or not we want to. I don't know Swap out a Robert e Lee statue with I. Don't know a statue of someone famous in the underground railroad or something like that. It's not what this is about. This is about not. The people deciding this is about a handful of folks in a mob deciding that we can't. We are not permitted to know our history. That's what this is about so now. It's Jesus now. Jesus has to be cancelled. Well of course, Jesus has to be cancel. You have to cancel Judeo Christian ethics. And how do you do that? Will you cancel Jesus you canceled? Christ because Judeo, Christian ethics completely reject everything that is going on in America right now from Antifa and the mobs that are tearing down statues and setting things on fire shooting cops. And essentially announcing a blood libel for white people. That's rejected by the teachings of Christ. So you're. GonNa tear all of this stuff down. You have to tear it down because. In order to have your revolution. You need to erase. History Jim Troupe is is on the phone with me. Judge Jim is also an attorney, also a student of this of movement of political movements, communism in particular Jim, and I were talking before you got on the phone with me before we get on the air today. In, order to in order to have communism, the first thing that needs to happen is the destruction of history. It happened in the Soviet Union happened during the Russian Revolution had happened in the Cuban Revolution had happened when when China became a communist country. It happened in Venezuela. This is what necessarily must happen. You have to destroy your history or people know that history, and can hearken back to that history and can resist the demands of tyranny and fascism. If if this year this is. In every. Book! About how to create. A communist which is a godless. State, in which the state itself is, the be the board of Star Trek Right. It is that you have no insistence. That as a heart of this date. And and to do that, they must erase history. Because if they don't. You could go back. There is a scene I. Don't know if you remember this Vicki, but there's a great scene in doctor Zhivago. where? They're. They are in there now in In Siberia living, and and they give the newspaper and the newspaper comes, and the uncle opens it up any any breaks into tears and I said what's wrong anything. They've killed the soft. Can Use, and and the the LASAGNA wasn't loud. But they've killed and in Chicago says so that no one can ever go back to what if? They made your choice for. You do not get to make the choice. The mob! Make the choice and you must live with it for. And the only way to do that is to erase. Your history. And that He. So that it is, it is as basic as. You Know Jim. You think about this the attack on the Electoral College. To reduce the ability of individuals states to have any Tommy whatsoever to have any say in the outcome of of policy in this nation, it goes, it goes together that sort of the high minded hush puppy and and tweed jacket class that is trying to attempt to rip down the Electoral College It's the it's the rabble-rousing rainbow hair color died you know. woke white progressive class. That's that's throwing rocks and starting riots and tearing down statues, but what they're working at the same purpose. They're working toward the same end. You're tearing down history. Nobody seems to be fighting against it. A modest fights you add the governor of south, Dakota declare that, and under no circumstances. Will anybody tear down or try to Deface Mount Rushmore? President trump finally announced he's going to. He's going to secure the area around Lafayette Square, but these are pretty modest. Efforts to to push back and fight back and at the same time you have got you've got those tweed jacket types working tear down our ability to stop it from happening in the future by taking away our voice in an election. They're talking about trying to reduce the the the integrity of the election, and they're trying to figure out ways to cheat. They want people who are not citizens of this country to be voting in elections and the idea I think eventually is to get rid of elections. Well all of these all of these are the process by which you eliminate breed. Okay so, what happened here is we're all caught up in process right now. We think we think this is about black lives, matter and about George. Of course that's nothing to do with it anymore three. Some people participating take does so for them. I suppose it does. Let's be clear here. This has been taken over by a much bigger movements in history which is. Or we have religion. Art We have South Stuff A. Issues that are now being debate. He's not. It is not about a statute that the easy way for them to persuade people who aren't thinking about this. To go along with it, if easy to persuade people that this is about George. Therefore, you must support it. You gotta go down on our State Street, or wherever it is, and honor them by drawing. Pick up shoot, little heart on broken window. That is reminds us of Kristallnacht in Nazi Germany. So and remember this goes all the way back to your point about electoral college, one hundred percent correct, and let's take us to the next level you from the time of Plato. It is believed that a true democracy. would be mob rule. Was Our country was founded the the federal and others, the people who opposed much of the founding of our country understood. They were fearful that it would be mob rule. That's how we ended up for the Senate and House of Representatives and three park government, because no one thought. That say about this. That's the mob can rule that the pure democracy model fifty one percent on everything, because today's fifty one percent is tomorrow's thirty percents. Is Tomorrow's ninety percent. It doesn't cannot work. It has never worked overtime, and it will never work so you have a representative government that does these things, so we honor our history. We think about those things because we're tempered by. Time were tempered by the thinking overtime. What has come before and.

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"jim troupe" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

13:39 min | 2 years ago

"jim troupe" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Welcome back to the program. Boy, that you talk about, you know, a quick flare up, and then nothing the Mandela Barnes story. This is our Lieutenant governor who is spending an excess of five thousand percent more on his security detail, then his predecessor. He's already spent nine times more. On drivers. And it's not even the end of the year. Then Klay fish Rebecca Klay fish spent in the whole of twenty eighteen. Vice in an article about it a column about it in the Milwaukee journal sentinel. The Wisconsin GOP put out a press release and a couple of weeks ago, with politics actually had taken a look at the numbers that the amount of money that was being spent and did a, a story that not a whole lot of people saw on it. But that's pretty much it. So let's spend a little time on this. I've got our pale judge. And also attorney Jim troupe is standing by on the phone. He's jim. And I were talking yesterday. He said Vicki. I mean they they busted Kelly Ryan flash for a whole lot less than what Mandela Barnes is essentially admitting that he's doing. It's good to have you, Jim. Hey, good afternoon. Good afternoon. Vicky. Good afternoon. So let's kinda juxtaposed. These two stories Mandela Barnes, it appears is using Wisconsin state patrols, Wisconsin, dignitary service. It's under the Wisconsin state patrol umbrella as his personal driver to go and do personal things personal errands. I don't know what they are. Maybe it's running to the grocery store. Maybe it's clubbing who knows Kelly Ryan flash was wrapped up on felony misconduct in public office, because she didn't walk out the door of her office to answer an Email on her personal smartphone from her consultant client, her consult, a political consultant client, because she used the wifi service in the county executives office, even though she didn't know that was like something she couldn't do. She a turn off our WI fi. She didn't walk out the door. She was charged with felony misconduct in public office and subject to a John Doe. Invest. Education, Mandela Barnes has spent two hundred twenty thousand dollars on his personal show. I service we're spending that money. And no one's even talking about an investigation this pretty amazing. I mean, this is genuinely amazing. Let me let me give a little background here for your audience. There are a number of lawyers in Madison among them myself, who over the years, have represented, public officials in interestingly John Doe proceedings. Because every time the Dane county DA gets a whiff that something has happened at the capitol by Republicans and Democrats in the past. They begin an investigation into immediately. Call in people and, and investigating eventually charges. And, and so it's very common that went allegations of the type we're talking about here are made. There's an immediate criminal investigation immediate hottest. Let's go by. I want to go back on the facts. We don't know enough to say exactly what's going on here. We know enough to know there's probable cause to believe something going on here in the use of state resources statutory provision is nineteen Forty-five sub one in that provision, Al quoted the legislature hereby, reaffirm that a state public official holds his or her position as a public trust in any effort to realize stance, personal gain through official conduct is a violation of that trust then subsection, two says no state public official may use his or her public position or office to obtain financial getting or anything of substantial value for the private benefit of himself per cell for their family, and that provision than triggers, under nineteen fifty eight sub one any person who intentionally violates any. The provisions of this chapter Shelby. Find the less than a hundred dollars nor more than five thousand and imprisoned for not more than one year in jail. This is serious Dolf. We're talking about here. Turning. State police diplomatic protection unit into a private show I service. It's unimaginable given the history of the state and Rebecca pie fish is play fish as well as all prior Lieutenant governors would reaffirm that this very fact, they couldn't get a private car. They couldn't ride in the back of an SUV every time they wanted to go to church or go home or go out to dinner, and if they did that would be a clear violation of these provisions. So so, so let's start there. This is potentially criminal conduct by tenant. Governor it has been in every prior administration. But of course, these guys, the first thing they said, was so predictable, the governor's office says, well safety is not a perk. Well, wait a minute. But tenet. Governor Barnes, didn't need safety protection at this level before he became a tenant governor what dramatically change. Known tenant governor history has that, that I know of so what changed you just wanted to he doesn't apparently have a car media has a car to want to use it? Maybe he just likes having a driver in the morning. That if they want that they can go to the legislature, and get an allocation to give him a private driver car, which is this is actually this is a Sumed and this is stuff that has not been budgeted for its again five thousand percent and access Mandela Barnes does not have an argument for five thousand percent, more of security service, especially when you consider that Rebecca Klay fish routinely got death threats. This is I mean, let's let's be honest here. Big, please, let let's at least bring a small modest honest, clearly, he's abusing the privilege. Clearly, that's not that's not. I mean that's really not debatable. Okay. He's abusing the privilege of the DP, and what's interesting here. So I did a little bit more research over the last couple of days. Now, there is an extraordinary guy. And I say this. Extraordinary won the medal of honor, fantastic guy, Anthony Burrell, who is the superintendent of the state police now. Interestingly entity Burrell must I think must have approved this because if he didn't then there'd be no question about this. But if he did why did he do that? Why aren't these columnists Bice and others? Doing some research into what went on between Anthony Burrell and Mendeleev Barnes to make this allocation possibles is the governor saying he personally stepped in and said, I'm giving him a private car. I'm giving him a car. So he doesn't have to expenses related to driving. An automobile. Every state employees, by the way, who takes out, a private automobile, again, if you just research, repu minutes, he signed out for his SUV, which he is getting free. He would have to pay under the doubt delay rules, eighteen hundred and forty six dollars a month, plus the cost of the gas. So he's just written a check written himself, a salary increase of forty thousand dollars. Oh, yeah. And he doesn't have any kind of the other types of responsibilities that every other person working in state government would have to have, you know, I remember Jim. Back when, when governor McCallum was in office that the press spent. Oh, just I mean feet of column space talking about governor mccallum's use of the state plane and use of, of resources. And they were out they were accusing him of using them for private gain. And if I recall right, he had actually, you know, I mean reimbursed the state for some of the money, nobody's even talking about Mandela Barnes, ought to be considered to be required to reimburse the state for the excessive use of this dignitary detail. But but beyond that, let me ask you, this, even if Tony either said, oh sure, will let you spend five thousand percent more, and we'll give you a private driver to go, clubbing, if you want to can does he have the thorny to do that. See that's the question. It the, the problem here is that the statute talks about they can do things for security purposes of diplomatic protection unit was for security purposes in special circumstances. None of those things are hair. None of those things are innocent. It's not a daily driver. It's not daily protection that's provided in other ways. But it certainly the question is the governor had to sign off on this or the superintendent had to sign off on it. And somebody in the legislature needs to look into why did they sign off on every single day? This isn't something that you generally get it's allowed each time you ask for it. I'm guessing they don't follow any of those rules. I'm guessing you're right. I'm guessing you're exactly right. I'm guessing that they just simply approve it rather than pre approve it because otherwise you don't get to the point where you're five thousand percent in excess of your predecessor who your predecessor again I point out received death threats for just simply being in the position. You, you know, you don't spend that much more. I mean, I would like to know does Mandela Barnes have some kind of cartels stalking him. Does. He have a hitman on his tail worry needs this kind of service where he needs to have a driver to the grocery store. We need to have a driver every single day to and from Madison, where need to have a driver when he goes to the bars. I mean that these are the kinds of questions that a. A good investigative reporter would ask but, but beyond that, Jim that a D A would already be looking into absolutely absolute-. We're talking about a quarter of a million dollars. And by the way. Where does that come from public? Yes. But it comes out of the state police budget. Our state police chronically underfunded. He had even staff people because they can't pay them enough and now they're using a quarter of a million dollars if their budget. So that Mandela Barnes so far so far. Yeah. Because the Mandela Barnes, doesn't want to drive himself anywhere. It's it, you know, I the first thing that needs to happen. Obviously, is an ethics complaint needs to be filed someone needs to file an ethics complaint immediately filed an ethics complaint and the DA ought to be opening an investigation. But we know that the DA Dane county is, is not interested in opening an investigation. And so that's going to be up to the legislature. And this is something that they need to take very seriously, because it's basically a guy, who's who appears at least with regard to his to his transportation. Live in pretty high on the tax payer hog. When we all like till I ride in a large black SUV back and forth from Milwaukee. Yeah. To make I would love to not have to make choices for my entertainment, whether or not, I want to have a drink or two because I can rely on the fact that I've got my personal designated driver in a super luxury Kush SUV me anywhere. I wanna go. Police officers are chomping at the bit to get an opportunity to talk about what's going on. They're not only they raise the salaries of everybody at the top level, then he turned around and give them cars and give them private drivers. They're using police officers should be out enforcing, the law state police officers as chauffeurs I mean, if I'm a police officer, I'm pre euro -tated I'm. Now, maybe there's something back in the background still. We don't know. Well, Robin Voss and Scott, it's Gerald have a right. And the head to the joint finance committee, have a right to know what is going on here, if they have to learn it privately, privately. But by gosh, they have a right and let us. We do too, because we're the ones footing the Bill for this job. That's right. Thank you very much for coming on the program today. I do appreciate it. I appreciate it. Because as I was talking about this yesterday. You reminded me of just how serious violation this potentially is. So I do appreciate your time on the show today. Folks. What we are we are going to take a quick break here. I'll come right back.

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"That's right now. I just I'm just just wanted to reiterate that's why it's not enough that the governor and others simply raise money. You just critical that they get out there and defend this me defend this good meat and make it possible for him to get elected in April. You gotta get generate the same level of enthusiasm. He did for your own campaign. That's what's gonna happen. Both with with the gov- with the Senator with the various congressman and certainly with members of the legislature. You don't back down as they have done in the last three weeks depressing to watch the quickness with which they gave into the less, usual silliness. And and viciousness on matters of religion. Great. I agree. And again, one quick reminder in case people have forgotten this the reason why we're talking about eighteen months from now the Democrats thinking they're going to be able to take the court if they are in fact successful in defeating Brian Hagan is because Justice Kelly runs for his seat the same day, the democratic presidential primary will be held in Wisconsin. And we had a chance to change that. But we didn't change that. Because again, the same editorial pages that got bullied the realtors association into leading the charge to get people to abandon the hangar in campaign is the same bullying that got a couple of Republican senators to bail on the idea of changing the date of the democratic presidential primary. And so we've set ourselves up to undo everything we've worked for in the last eight years, Jim it is sick to think about, but unless people understand the necessity of turning out for this race on April second that is exactly what we're going to be facing. I agree. Couldn't agree. More. Thank you for coming on the program. Jim, I appreciate it. Take care of. If you have a great one judge judge. Jim troupe is on the show. And for those of you who don't know, Jim drew the last legislative maps, he understands this stuff better than anybody in the state of Wisconsin. We'll be right back. Blue Cross Blue shield believes.

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"Still to come on the program as well. The tax reform. It's probably going to catch a lot of people off guard when they file their taxes this year. I know because it caught me. So we'll talk about that on the program as well. If you did not adjust your withholding and you did not withhold enough. You could be writing a check and that may make the perception of this tax cut. Look a lot worse than it ought to really quickly, although the overall tax burden savings for me personally. And my husband was about seventeen hundred dollars because my husband did not adjust withholding. We are writing a check for sixty five hundred dollars. So you have to look at the overall tax burden to realize now, I actually got a seventeen hundred dollar tax cut. But when you have to when you didn't adjust your withholding, and you have to write that check for a lot of people that is going to look like a tax increase, even though it's not mentally it's going to look and feel like one. So anyway, we'll talk a bit about about that coming up on the program. Republicans ought to be ready to message this. Very quickly because folks are starting to file their taxes. And there is going to be probably a good solid month of articles about people having to write checks. They didn't expect to right? All right, but back to the supreme court race judge. Jim troupe is on the phone with me right now who has a unique perspective on the issue of the Wisconsin supreme court, particularly with regard to the issue of apportionment and the maps which we want to talk about Jim because really the single most important thing about the supreme court race is the upcoming reapportionment. And it's great to have you on the program. Thanks for joining good afternoon. Good afternoon. Well, let's start there shall we? I mean, we can talk about a liberal supreme court overruling all kinds of different things that we have come to accept as as take for granted almost is policy permanent policy in Wisconsin. But but the sort of bigger fish to fry for the Democrats and why Eric holder's group is in this state spending three hundred thirty five thousand dollars on behalf of candidate. Lisa Neubauer is because the Democrats want control of the court when it comes time to draw the new maps, right? Among other things. Yeah. I mean, there is no doubt that they perceive that as the big the big ticket item. And the reason for that is so everybody understands is that once every ten years the state legislature, and the congress is reapportion that is the boundaries are redrawn to equalize population among the districts, and when that happens. You can have dramatic impact on the ultimate shape of the legislature. That is the political leanings of the legislature one way or the other, and let's be clear that the Democrats for decades decades a hundred years were expert at drawing districts that drew out minorities, very important folks in Milwaukee, you understand the whole purpose or one of the central species of the democrat was up until very recently up until nineteen ninety was to minimize the number of minority members of congress, and they did this simply by drawing lines in various ways in states all over the country, including Wisconsin. So as to exclude minorities and keep the old white legislators. Primarily men in power. And then you saw this in Wisconsin. We saw this everywhere in the country. So the irony here is they spent a hundred years line those districts that way. In nineteen ninety the Republicans flipped it. The Republicans came to the defense of the minority communities in Milwaukee. Specifically, I was involved very directly in that case, and the minority representatives and the groups in the minority communities in Milwaukee, particularly African American community joined with the Republicans to draw maps that would maximize the number of African American legislators in the Milwaukee area, and in the state of Wisconsin. And we did we added multiple seats to members of minority groups not not by gerrymandering. But by reasonably drawing the districts based on equal population in order to give minority groups in Milwaukee a reasonable opportunity to elect representatives of their choice. Now, you have Eric Holder his democrat minions arguing almost the same. Same thing. They did for a hundred years because now what they're saying in different tone is we need to take politics into account. We need to say, hey, we equalize districts based on their present or future political structure. Meaning what we wanna do is we want to maximize the number of Democrats without regard to the populations without regard to minority interests. We want to maximize diligent, and that's what they're doing under. This guy's of trying to undo what they call gerrymandering it. And it's amazing. Whip of face and flip that history is so contrary to what they've done. Now, that's. Our courts are key. Jim our courts. Yes. The courts will ultimately decide whether or not the maps are going to pass muster. And if the court is in the hands of the liberals, the idea for the Democrats, at least is to make sure that the court insures at the maps are drawn with a political interest in mind. And if that means drawing population out of Milwaukee into a district that has no actual rep, you know, a relationship besides being maybe next door to Milwaukee, they will do that they will draw population into areas where they think the Republicans have too much of a political advantage at the expense of minority communities at the expense of minority. Representation if necessary. Absolutely, they they could care less about minority. Representation what they're interested in is political representation by what's so bizarre. Here is what people here publicly is this idea, we need to take politics. Out of the map. Are you kidding? They're making politics. The only thesis of the maps not equal population. Not the fewest number of divisions of counties and cities and villages, not the representation of minorities, but the equalization of politic politics. So when they say they're trying to take politics out of it. It's precisely by making politics, the central focus of every thing they do. And it is a it is a critical moment, then things like this state supreme court race that we have judges who look at maps or look at an issue before and apply the law without regard to the political outcome, and the reapportionment is such a good example because they're saying they want to achieve a political. Balanced. They're actually telling you on the democrat side. That's what we wanna do. Then simultaneously saying, oh, we don't want politics in the court. Of course, it's it's so duplicitous, and so obviously duplicative, but if you lose the state supreme court, if you lose control of state supreme court, you lose the ability to stand in the way of that kind of rigging elections in the future because that's what they're gonna do. Yeah. Because here's what's happened. The Democrats have found themselves concentrated at least the representation there the way their party has moved. They find the people interested in voting for their policies concentrated in very densely in fewer areas that are that are electing Democrats. And so you've got a lot of cities that are concentrating a lot of Democrats. You've got a lot of of immediate suburbs. Concentrating democrats. But when you when you go out to the excerpts you go out to rural Wisconsin, you don't see that happening. Then it's you know, it's it's whether the policy that a democrat or Republican proposes is what is most interest is what the people of those districts are most interested in the Democrats have realized that they have created a disadvantage for themselves. So when it comes to the apportionment maps what they want is to take their densify democratic populations and draw that population into existing purple or even maybe even read districts and nationally it's the same thing that's motivating their attack. On the electoral college because they have simply concentrated their population to densely in areas that have made them uncompetitive, given the constitutional system. We've set up correct? That's exactly that's exactly right. And when they elect judges, and when they get behind a judge on the state supreme court, it's because they know that the outcome will be driven by the politics. I I was I was taken just this last week by another issue that was central to this supreme court race, which is the school formulas. Again, it is so central to what's going on in Milwaukee with charter and choice schools, you've made it possible and governor Walker made it possible for more and more students parents and their families to choose where their children will go. Now, you have an all out assault on that in the upcoming budget to restrict its growth to change the formulas for addressing all of those things are politically motivated, a judge or a court that look. Looks at a formula for school districts or the like for like surely legal standpoint. So there are things you cannot do you must treat students equally color or white or a by choice or in public schools. Dies with the election of Neubauer over. Oh in this race. That's that is what will happen. And so you need people need to understand school choice is gone. It's just gone. It'll be it'll be zeroed out by a court. In fact, Lisa Neubauer who says that her that her, you know, her philosophical muse for the corridor. Shirley, Abrahamson, Shirley Abrahamson is the one who argued that school choice should be held on constitutional because parents should not be permitted to choose to send their children to religious private schools under the out your program. And this is this is her this is her Sven Gali of a supreme court justices. Shirley, Abrahamson interesting. This is going to be Shirley Abrahamson, essentially her seat to fill and if anybody thinks that the two things number one the school funding formula to force taxpayers without regard to anything that would re reserve. Symbol legal fairness to infuse more dollars in the Milwaukee public school system dollars that are already being wasted your your delusional and another in a direct confrontation to the legality of school choice in Wisconsin. I think that if people actually think that's not going to happen if the liberals takeover the court, I think they're I think they're whistling past the graveyard. Well, they're already smoking the marijuana. That's about to be made legal the Democrats budget. I mean, right. Kiddo. Because let's be honest. If if Brian Haggar Dohrn does not win this spring. You have about eighteen more months of school choice in Wisconsin. That's about it. Because next spring. We have a far more difficult election on the state supreme court for my very good friend Justice Kelly. And that's seat is going to be contested in a way during a democrat. We all talk about that everyone understands that especially the Democrats is one is they win this one. They take control of the court next year and the reforms whether they're act ten, but particularly I think for people in Milwaukee to think about school choice and charter schools, and what it has meant that is going to be gone. And if you don't understand it, and you don't get excited, and you don't get angry, and you don't get involved in this election in the spring. Because in eighteen months the end of school choice will be beginning because they will not allow it. It's contrary to the public teachers unions. They're not it's not going to exist in five years in Wisconsin. If you already saw the assault her budget, you saw the assault in the budget. The Republicans will never sign off on eliminating or constraining school choice in a budget. Tony Everts knows that he put that in the budget as a signal the elements in this budget are a signal because the Republicans are not are not going to sign off on this. But they're a signal to what the court potentially is going to be taking before itself and dealing with in terms of policy. That's why Tony ears. Put some of this stuff in the budget, the court will likely as well take up driver's licenses for legal aliens. Absolutely. This court will will take you will see another wack taken it act ten Tony didn't include it in a budget. I think that simply because it's a foregone conclusion. That if the liberals takeover the court, you're going to see almost immediately that will give you a whiplash. It'll come so fast. A challenge shack ten but absolutely to school choice because they have been gunning. The left has been gunning for school choice and school choice was originally passed. So and it was expanded under governor Walker. The teacher's union have been claiming that school choice has drained dollars from the public school system. You're these are the kinds of things that are in the offing. If people don't take this race on April second seriously, which is why it's so frustrating to see so little activity coming out on behalf of elected Republicans to support judge hag adorn. It was so disappointing to see the bullying that was successful with the Wisconsin realtors association, and some of the business groups, I'm pleased. Governor Walker is doing a fundraiser is doing fundraisers for Brian Hagan. I wish he would put out a statement encouraging other legislators and other conservative leaders to get behind Brian Haggar door and get behind him and support this campaign because. What we have come to take for granted as policy in Wisconsin that has made Wisconsin so strong, and so successful in so competitive could be gone in a six month supreme court session. And and and the the saddest personally, the saddest part is Brian Hagedorn is spectacular candidate. He's not just good. Nobody can question his credentials. I mean, the guys he's a he's a brilliant lawyer, a brilliant writer, a brilliant judge. He was he was a really counsel to governor Walker all of these things, and he is committed to the rule of law. You don't get candidates like that very often. And and so, you know, to to see what she is going through the viciousness of the attack is is is in fact focused because this is somebody they really can't afford to put on the court because he'll be a leader for twenty or thirty years. And that's and they're fearful of that. And they know if they win this one they've got the coordinate two months, or at least they feel that way very strongly. So it's not feel that way because the democratic. Go ahead. Jim. No, no..

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08:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Good afternoon. Welcome to the program. I'm Vicky McKenna broadcasting from the upside down. I think that's gonna be the new tagline for the show. Stop stop making sense. If you got a thought in your head, and it makes sense. And you want to sort of understand how the liberal sees the world, then get rid of that thought that makes sense and replace it with one that doesn't and then you have a better idea of how the liberal sees the world. Nothing is supposed to make sense. I think though, I think part of the point of the left-wing transformation of society is to make it. So that nothing makes sense at all. Let me give you an example. Just the latest example. A judge is just in California. Federal judge one Richard Seaborg has rolled. The Trump administration's inclusion of a citizenship question on the United States census is unconstitutional. And and I quote a threat to the very foundation of our democratic system. How you might ask. Vicky. How is asking people on a census, which is designed to get a head count of citizens in the United States a threat to the foundation of our democratic system. Well, apparently, if you ask people if they are citizens, then you are going to make it impossible for the United States census to determine whether or not people are citizens. Of course, of course, that makes sense. If you ask people their citizens, you're not gonna find out if people are citizens. Welcome to twenty one thousand nine America. Yeah. Unconstitutional because I guess asking the question of people are citizens is going to make it impossible for us to find out. If people are citizens. So there you go. Who knew I mean here I've been bleeding all of this unconstitutional stuff for so long. We'll get we'll actually get a little bit into this on the program a little bit later on in the program. Judge troupe is going to join me to talk about this and the Haggadah race the Wisconsin supreme court race and the importance of the Wisconsin supreme court race. I have a brand new head shaking. Sexuality for you guys to consider because it's very important that we make sure we list all of the identified sexuality. So that we can then I guess alter our entire society to accommodate for these multiple sexualities brand new one one I've never heard of before to share with you on the program. And also, the university of Wisconsin system is steeped in the foundational principles of racism. We'll get into that on the show as well before I introduced Jim troupe. It's going to be on the phone here in a moment yesterday as I was talking about the haggen race talking about the business groups and the third party groups pulling out of support for the Haggadah on race because they took a cue from the realtors association a group that was bullied out of supporting judge Hagedorn. I asked what's left? Well, Scott Walker can help Brian Haggadah. I asked why isn't Scott Walker helping Brian Hagedorn I received a text from former governor Scott Walker saying that he was doing a fundraiser for Brian Hagedorn, and is going to be assisting him in his campaign. So Scott Walker is helping. Judge Brian Haggai Doran in this race. Governor Walker if you're still listening, I know he was driving through the area. If you're still listening, please. Put out an official statement. Please put out a press release. Please make this news. So that it is covered by the Milwaukee journal sentinel, the Wisconsin state journal and all of the other state newspapers. So that everybody knows that you are behind the candidacy of Brian Hagedorn. And if you do this other Republican legislators will fall in line behind you. Nobody wants to go first. So Scott Walker apparently is completely comfortable and indeed is supporting overtly supporting the Hagedorn campaign. I'm not sure how many people know that. Now, you know, what could you you've heard me saying on my program because governor Walker told me explicitly yesterday, he was so now put out a statement. What happens if you do that because you're Scott Walker because you are beloved of conservatives in Wisconsin. And because you are still. A de facto leader of conservatives in Wisconsin, others get in line behind you. Your first you had to go first now. And if you put out a statement, unofficial press statement, I mean, I can say this, and hopefully some Republican legislators listening will say great Scott Walker is supporting judge Brian Haggar. And I'm going to put out a statement in support of judge Brian Hagedorn. Some might do that based on my saying this. I'll even read the test tax day. Vicki Scott Walker here doing a fundraiser for Brian. And I've done a number of things to help him with his campaign. But you're right. Getting the grassroots motivated is important. That's actually from the former governor. Okay. So I don't know if that's enough. To get the Republicans on mass to sort of rally support for judge Hagedorn. I want it to be. But I don't think it is then so what I'm hoping governor Walker is willing to do is to put out a very bold statement follow in maybe sort of in the same lines that former Justice Michael Gable men embraced when he put out a video message asking people to support judge Brian hanging on some other parties local county parties are trying to get people excited about this race. Trying to whip up some enthusiasm. So that there can be some infusion of campaign resources of there can be some infusion of grassroots enthusiasm for the campaign. But I tell you what if if I'm pleased to hear governor Walker is helping but people people have to know about it. I didn't even know about that yesterday to apologize to the governor for not knowing about that yesterday in mischaracterizing his support as lack of support. But please governor put out a statement indicating your enthusiastic and strong support for this judge and ask even overtly call on demand. Request the assistance of all leadership in the Wisconsin conservative movement, it elected leadership in Wisconsin conservative movement or unelected leadership to put forth efforts on behalf of this campaign because the future of the Wisconsin supreme court is hanging in the balance and the future of the survival of the reforms that we have now gotten to the point where we're taking for granted these reforms. Voter ID act ten the reins act, the venue change, Bill castle doctrine concealed carry all of these things that we have been enjoying in Wisconsin. Because of the great work that the conservatives did and because of the great work governor Walker did could be lost. If we lose this court race, we're gonna take a quick break here. I'm going to come back with judge. Jim troupe is and talk more about the importance of this race. Why it is? It's the only thing that anybody in Wisconsin ought to be worrying about talking about working on behalf of. We'll be right back. Watch.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Vote in that area. Once you have divided these districts. I if you if you don't ask the citizenship question, you could shortchange whole districts. Whole rack, you know. So somebody's a winner. And somebody's a loser. But the point is there are losers in that. And there's no reason for it in in two thousand and ten best. We could do. Estimate the number of citizens because we didn't have the question. You didn't have the answer. So now, you've got a bunch of college professors getting paid fortune of taxpayer dollars old pine one way or the other on how many citizens live in the district. I'm not making this up. Go read the case. Easter district of Wisconsin on Rio district in two thousand eleven. The point here is is this that citizenship question is not for the purpose of discriminating gets non-citizens, we still wouldn't do that is in fact to empower minorities Hispanics, and African Americans we should actually be making this. We should be making this case. And we're not making this case say asked us citizenship question or you will under represent substantial potentially substantial portions of important voting populations. I think the Republicans need to call you judge. Jim troupe is and say, can you come and meet with us? 'cause I don't think we all get this. And by the way, I'm actually running out of time. Jim. So I do really really appreciate your time on the program today in explaining all this stuff for us. Thank you, very good to have you judge. Jim troupe is ladies and gentlemen. I will be right back. I heart.

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05:26 min | 2 years ago

"jim troupe" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Tax from iheartradio. Remember standard data and message rates apply. First thing I want to start with here before we get to the circus is an Email. I got yesterday from a fellow who is listening to my show in Madison. Hang on. Let me pull this up. I put this up on my Facebook page because I was just I was I was simultaneously amused in appalled at the same time. No, it's not from a liberal. It's just a really short note from guy named Ryan. That says this happened about fifteen minutes ago. I was at a stop light in Middleton, Wisconsin and got yelled at and videotaped for listening to your program. I have never been so happy and so proud. So that was the amusing part is that he was psyched about that. The pathetic part. The appalling part is that you're just sitting at a stoplight. Listening to my show or a conservative talk show and someone starts yelling at you. And whipping out their phone to record you what possible purpose does the recording of someone serving. Shame him on Facebook. Are you going to say this guy was listening to Vicki McKenna? And at the time, I was talking to tell you what I was talking about the time. I was talking at the time. This guy sent me the Email with a friend of mine who's been on this program before as well Jim troop is he's a judge about Jim's trip to NEW GUINEA, and at the very moment she's screaming at this guy in videotaping him. We're talking about these women in this village in NEW GUINEA who are outcasts the tribe has turned them into outcasts because they're they're men abandoned them, and we were talking about the progressives claiming all of these Handmaid's tale imaginary scenarios about, you know, the non existent war on women in the United States. And contrast it with the story the real story of these women that my friend. Jim troupe is met on his trip to NEW GUINEA. Who were outcasts who not even we're not even given. If there was no scraps of food left. They would not even be given scraps of food. That's what the person was flipping out about. That's what I was talking about. When this guy was listening had his radio on and his card is windows down and got yelled at and videotaped. You know, you left this our psychos you understand. That's that's just that psycho stuff. That's that's that's crazy stuff. That's unique medication and therapy stuff. That is you should not be let loose to roam in in in a mixed society. You should probably just become a shut in and take drugs that's complete societal dysfunction stuff. That's what the left has become. They've allowed themselves to feed on the endless buff Fe of fake outrage. So here's this liberal sitting next to the guy got imagine this, right? It was a woman I think who is sitting next to this guy. And he's got to listen to a couple of people contrast. The the nonsense about this nonexistent war on women with a story about really oppressed. Women women who are cast aside from. A tribe in a subsistence hand to mouth existence. They're cast aside, and sometimes they can find food and sometimes they can't. And if they have babies with them their babies are left to fend for themselves as well. Can you imagine somebody who has been feasting on the on the buff Fe of phony virtue, signaling an outrage having to to even in the back of her head be bothered with this idea that she's full of crap? I love it. And she loses it, and how dare you listen to that person. I'm going to videotape peo-, that's psycho stuff. Those are the kind of people that you cross the store to avoid. They're the kind of people you'd you'd move away from in the restaurant. They're just they're just the kind of people who are nothing. But. What was the name of the of the of the episode of Star Trek? Remember, the episode of Star Trek the next generation the one that claimed the life of tasha Yar and they encountered this blob of black goo and the black goo was the hate and the ugliness and the misery in the viciousness that the race had poured into this black goose so that they could try to try to a radical, but it from themselves. That's what the left has become. They like the black goo they wanna bathe in it. They want to they want to scrub their armpits with it. They want to steepen it. Nothing else explains. This or well in real life that we're living in right now. Not.

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"jim troupe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jim troupe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Getting the prayer for air force that's erik basket while they were set up they won't got to play they wanted and powell kinda messed it up now they're going to turn over at center ice taken away by jordan him paolo skates down at the red line miles power power works his way through three air force defenders goes in behind the net rental onto the other side and norrish keeps it employed willett over on the far side of the ice a minute into the tiger powerplay look in the thai this game at one apiece willett at the blue line to the top of the near circle gets a two miles powell cross ice pass for norrish down logo line back through the air force that they swing at all where around a willett i slot willett to power power one timer no dumps it down low then they get it back to willett lot of passing by the tigers urban very few chace now there's a shot dot org by air force had the crowd loves the work of herokee acres twenty five seconds left on the tiger park when we got a whistlestop played yeah they're gonna say that all right rate touch this will highstick i believe j her air force air touch with ice stick to the faceoff is going to come into the neutral zone they're going to drop it just outside the air force line didn't see that one jim troupe is going to give frank serotonin exploration he's got his hands up in the air he didn't see it either but the call was made faceoff is in the neutral zone seretary on the dot twenty six seconds that that will be a malkey frank sarah tori nodded his head it jim trooper said okay yep understand air force winds to try and get secure so it all comes out in washington anyway it start from two hundred feet away let out by matt app who handles the park in the neutral zone air force doing a good job keep an eye team traveled up at center ice now they.

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"jim troupe" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"jim troupe" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The reason i didn't share any of this information i'm still not gonna share full details about my husband is is that people are jerks that's why didn't now you i'm not it's not it's not that i'm you know the the the great and oil listeners of new south 1130 wins then it's not you guys it's the trolls hino from citizen action wisconsin or one wisconsin now or the other various sundry leftwing agitprop groups protester stationed at my at the base of my driveway during act can i was just trying to guard against something that many in my family would not affect bombs chanting or blowing vuvuzelas so that's why didn't share that information ahead of time help you understand having heads the most on believe ably beautiful room in wisconsin capital and yes they do it all kinds of weddings that were going on saturday at the capital there is one in the rotund i passed as i was leaving i believe there is one of the assembly chambers but i i went to the sands and supports the most on bull leave ably beautiful room in wisconsin capital and yes they do there's all kinds of weddings that were going on saturday at the capital there is one of the rotund i passed as i was leaving i believe there was one of the assembly chambers but i i went to the wisconsin supreme court chambers and frankly i've just much much gratitude to former justice david prosser for helping me make the right context so that i could secure that room help to aram thanks q dean stands burke for helping out and on justice patron chief justice pat rogin sack as well who check the box and signed off and all that stuff rebecca bradley i think also helped my efficient judge jim troupe is just i mean everybody was just you know trying to be as helpful as possible and i was i'm very grateful for that and it went boost beautiful it's the most beautiful place beyond a church i mean i i.

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