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

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

07:14 min | 1 year ago

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

"Jim crow in new clothes within twenty four hours. We elected georgia's first. African american jewish senator and hours later. The capital was assaulted. It is a contradiction to say. We must protect minority rights in the senate while refusing to protect minority rights in the society. Colleagues senate rules should overrule the integrity of our democracy and we must find a way to pass voting rights. Whether we get rid of the filibuster or not. Senator wore knock received a standing ovation and cheers throughout the chamber. When he finished his speech and the senator will be our guest just ahead on morning. Joe let's bring in white house reporter for the associated press junkin lemaire national political reporter for the new york times elena plot co founder and ceo. Of axios jim vanda high and white house correspondent for politico and co author of the playbook. You've seen daniels. He's also an msnbc contributor. Good to have you all on board this morning vanda high again because we've been around Capitol hill. I was around with twenty five years ago on capitol hill We saw legislation passing regularly. Then but if you look just over the past ten years look at the last. Six years of the obama administration and donald trump's four four years really only significant piece of legislation that passed over that decade. Real big be some legislation. It was trump's tax. Cut that helped a lot of billionaires is it possible to get legislation through this senate or any senate these days without some major restructuring of the filibuster. I don't think it is unless one of the parties has some kind of dynamic election results in ends up with sixty plus votes in the senate ever since we've moved to this period of politics. We don't really have moderates in either party. You have a couple but you don't have nearly as many as they bid sort of back when we were When you are in congress announced covering they're gone are let's that's a good point to jump into the so the the reality is these guys. This is exactly right. We don't have the neither party is able to get the supermajority needed for big changes right. And so that means there's no big changes and that's the way it's supposed to be the whole idea of the senate is that we don't have sufficient votes than we don't move ahead and these guys are wanting to change the rules and it's the reality. Is that minority. Protections are going to be totally erased and they should think about this because they'll be in the minority and i don't i don't i would. I would agree with republican majorities. But i'm not sure majority. That steam rollers the minority without hearing their concerns is good for the country on either side and the fact that the minority needs to participate in the senate means that their concerns get hurt. And i don't know man. I i'm i'm not a fan of what they're doing here Chris krebs though the guy who was the said that we had the most secure election ever is doing a little bit of a victory. Dance on some of the reporting now around the disinformation that was coming in. Because now we know that some of the info about dominion smart matic and some of that now. We know that some of that is coming. Directly came directly from russia. It was not i mean it just. It was russian disinformation and that's been exposed now and so Chris crabs is doing a little bit of a victory. dance on that and It's kind of gross. Actually bet here it. Is chris. start with you your reaction to these reports Do i open this now or later when we opened. Well tell me why you know. What if you're gonna do that. I'm going to do this. Let's you the lies told about the job debt. Let me let me show you some of the disinformation. We're using foreign company that is owned by as to a close to close to To shove as are now close to maduro. Have a history. They were founded as a company to six elections. What we are really dealing with here and uncovering more by the day is the massive influence of communists money through venezuela cuba and likely china in the interference with our elections here in the united states. The president's lawyers alleging a company called minion which they say started in venezuela with cuban money and with the assistance of smart matic software. A back door is capable of flipping votes since you were adequately armed with appropriate beverage to watch that. Let's was fun. i you know it is. It's great to see that in the black and white terms that last paragraph read out of the d. h. One b report keeping my there by the executive order signed prior to the two thousand eighteen election there to reports the i was the one you referenced from the director of national intelligence. That's the one. Airport has the intelligence analysis of any sort of interference attempts that one be report was by doj in fbi d. h. s. insists and it measured Effectively any impacts on the election. And as as you said and as that report clearly states there there was no vote flipping. There was no crack and there was no hammer. There was new scorecard. I could go on and on. These are the things that we were saying in october november and december and yet the caffeine from the right and the the former president's supporters that led up ultimately january sixth They were flat out there. That was fake news. So chris go on and on because we want to talk about this a little bit now and you know. We don't need him to to weigh in on this. But i i'm trying to be a fair honest observer of what's happening here right and it. It appears to me from everything. I can gather that the democrats who ran pennsylvania for example the democrats that run round the election operations in wayne county in michigan. The democrats that ran the election operations in fulton county georgia. None of those.

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"jim vanda" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It's coming right up. The president of the United States. Donald Trump is not in Atlanta. He did not attend the funeral for John Lewis. And, of course, There are people saying this means Trump is racist, and he doesn't care. He doesn't love people and he's he's you can rise above partisan differences and so forth. Now. My memory. Is that John Lewis? Refused to attend Trump's inauguration. I know my memory is correct. John Lewis didn't go to Trump's inauguration, and John Lewis was part of the Democrat crowd that was out there every day for 3.5 years, claiming that Trump's election was illegitimate. So these people get to say whatever they want about Trump they get to accuse him falsely of everything is not stopped. It has been Multiple times a day. Every day. For three plus years and counting. And if you want to include the campaign in 2016 were into four years plus And counting. And yet Trump is supposed to be bigger than all of that. He's supposed to settle that aside, but the Democrats don't have to be bigger. Now, Herman Cain. Herman Cain was a very, very fine human being great guy. He was a multiple times success story. In American business. His real claim to fame was saving Godfather's pizza. It was teetering near bankruptcy. When he was hired to turn it around. And he successfully turned it around and made it an ongoing concern. Profitable where it was literally on the verge of Collapsing. They asked him. How do you do it? He said. The answer. Here is one word marketing. But he came came up very poor, his parents of a reporter. They worked menial jobs, but he believed in the work ethic. And he believed in good old fashioned American values. The harder you work, the bigger the payoff. His life is a testament to it. He went to the Trump Rally and Tulsa. And he was seated with people near the stage. He was not wearing a mask. Nine days later, he was diagnosed with covert covert 19. And he just Overnight passed away. From covert 19. I've been waiting I've been waiting for the connection to be made. By somebody on the American left. And it has been made. I have here a tweet from Mika Visions. From morning, Joe. The Tweet happened 11:45 a.m. And I just saw it moments ago. Just the facts. Herman Cain went to the Trump Tulsa Super spreader rally. No mask. The campaign squashed people close so the crowd would look bigger. They cheered for their president for hours. Kane tested positive for covert nine days later now. Herman Cain is dead. And so the you're supposed to fill in the blanks. And the blank that you fill in is that Trump Caused the death. Of Herman Cain. Because Trump he hasn't care. Trump doesn't care who dies. Trump doesn't care who lives. He didn't care it. Herman Cain showed up one worrying a mask. He doesn't care that Herman came sardine with a bunch of people in there. Been waiting for this. The left does not disappoint, do they? They come through when when you expect them to do whatever is the most indecent thing. Somebody out there on the left. I'll come through for you now. There's a piece today. At the Politico, written by one of the politico founders getting John Harris used to beat the Washington post years and years and years ago, And then he left with his buddy Jim Vanda hey, where they formed and founded the political politico, now an official arm of the Democrat Party. They, of course, will reject that characterization. But they've already run the story that plugs Biden's going toe pick Kamala Harris. They ran that story a couple days ago. It wasn't supposed to run until August 1st, but they ran it. That it was it was in their library it had been written. It was just waiting for publication. Somebody ran with it days early. But somebody in the in the campaign had told them That's how the story appeared. That's how it was assembled. Put together in fact, checked and all that So now they're totally embarrassed and they had to walk it back due to an error in blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. We stated that Kamala Harris to me the fighting VP. Unfortunately, we were premature and this is what we've had to what we've had to make a correct above above. Well, anyway. The peace by John Harris today. Is all about. How and why Donald Trump will quit. And not seek reelection. I'll share the details with you when we get back..

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"jim vanda" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Disseminating information the mobile intelligence make no mistake this is the box sixteen show former CIA analyst the US the scene here in this is a bigger problem for society is information in a quality like why did the sentence do what he did why did Georgia wait so long it's because they were listening to president trump up until the last five or six days they were watching fox news they were listening to Rush Limbaugh and they were following conservatives on Twitter or social media all of whom were downplaying this so people in the information was there but in that information bubble they were basically getting a lot of sort of noise in news pollution and it has huge consequences because all of the steps which you guys talk about on the show every day could have been done months ago certainly could have been done two weeks ago yeah hindsight is twenty twenty Jim Vanda Hey from ACSI owes a lot of things should have been done a lot of things I think people will think should have been done when we finally see the consequences of this freeze and unfreeze the economy maneuver I hope I'm wrong I hope I'm wrong I I hope that this is but the same number the same people the same institutions that did not see essentially a meltdown of the economy in two thousand eight coming now we're telling you don't worry we can just stop start economy no problem N. B. D. N. B. T. as the kids say all right well we'll see we'll see what ends up happening with that but in terms of the pandemic preparations and what we've been what we've been doing here to fight against this virus I've been saying to you if if this was if it was known how scary this would be in terms of the virus is spread and how dangerous it is for people who get it I do think there would have been a different approach I think everyone admits that now but how could we have known the people that are saying this was obvious now our live their life the other people like me who will tell you there was bad information we didn't know what was this as as terrible as it was going to be was anyone saying here's a perfect test go back a month in time was anyone saying shut down the entirety of the U. S. economy minus some essential personnel and feels to keep US fed and analyze with anyone saying that you hear a single person always that's where we are now shut it down shut it all down that's what they've done that's no the doctor Fauci saying he wanted the national level country shut down for two weeks and I keep seeing people that pop up with this if we can only stay in place for fourteen days we would see a huge drop off in the virus if we have no one left her home if no one did anything for fourteen days which is a huge drop off the virus in this essay okay let's let's say we had a ninety percent drop off in the virus that would be amazing right what of that so that if we stopped doing this in place thing we have what happened with the ten percent of virus that's left starts to spread again the sale we can contain that I would just say how many times how do we contain it go back in a lock down we're going to be in this a locked down groundhog day scenario groundhog day the movie which you haven't seen a great one to watch given that we're all kind of living the same day over and over now but Vanda Hey here saying that the the red states were slow to respond I I just find this annoying and and on true the red states weren't slow to respond based on first as we know the place is in the worst hit so far our charge generally the very very blue states and and this isn't a political issue this isn't you're Republican or Democrat you're more or less likely to get this eats places with higher population density are getting hit harder higher population density and more international travel have been hit the hardest with you the one exception is Washington where this weather where there is a population density and and there were issues of international travel but that was a little bit of an ally are comparatively what we're seeing in in New York and these other cities that are in very very tough shot top shape right now so the red states though it's it's understandable based on everything we've been told by the experts which we've been told so much and I'm always amazed people get mad at me when I point out if I say Hey the experts have changed their mind on this you're a bad person for pointing out that they change their mind we're supposed to believe it is almost like the high priests of social health now or then the high priest of our collective safety and if you say well hold on that they have so many things they don't know there's so many questions it's like you're you're questioning their whole religion of science which I'm certainly not doing I want the signs to save us here we need to sign to save us we need a treatments and people keep talking of vaccines I just if we have to wait for a vaccine I mean this is society's gonna change so much the next eighteen months and it's it's not vaccines that'll save us each treatment right what would you what would you rather would you rather have a guarantee in a year of something that they can inject you with that would protect you going for from getting this virus knowing that we have to be in lockdown effectively for the next twelve months for a drug that can be given to people that come down with this that brings the the mortality rate you know down to below where the common flu is which is not where the disease is now and also means that for those who aren't in the high risk category you're probably going to be sick for you know five six seven days no hospitalization you're not I think we all know the answer this question right so that the treatment is much more likely to be a game changer yeah well much more like in the short term because there is no short term the vaccine to be a game changer so I'm I'm all in on the treatments man I'm like police one of these things got to work okay but then he's saying that is a red state blue state thing is just the numbers don't back this up and it's it's understandable why Wyoming wouldn't feel the need to have the same degree of precautions as New York City for Chicago for Louisiana and it's the densest parts of the cities the places with the the greatest concentration of people where you're seeing the worst spread of the disease you know parts of Brooklyn and queens that are very very tightly packed have all you know where as there are in Staten Island for example is more spread out more diffuse borough here New York New Jersey you have far fewer cases and there are less people but even on a per capita basis human contact constant human contact is a big component of this meaning that you're coming at you know you're getting close to people I can give you the disease so I think that this is wrong read our keep saying red state blue state right left paradigm of the talking about isn't really accurate and it's also just cheap to try and blame people who were they really they really think that the biggest names on the rain right wing media don't care about their listeners wouldn't want to tell them this is the greatest refutation that I've seen of the the Scarborough we had we had another another dumb Scarborough comment on this one Joe Scarborough whose whole game is his whole existence is to be a I don't know if he's a former Republican now but he for years years years he's a Republican who really only has criticism for Republicans I can't imagine waking up and doing a job that involves that much debasement of what I supposedly believe in everybody this is where is where he is playing a play club nine it is true gent Wevelgem saying is yeah I mean there's still so much garbage out there every day and now a lot of the more extreme Trumpists are doing everything they can to try to enter into the fandom the president and his extraordinarily slow start trying to pretend that the Intel committees are that the Intel community his own Intel community warning starting in January about this coming in pandemic K. could be a pandemic you can be very dangerous the department of HHS secretary Hayes are was trying to see him for two weeks and the present one scene and when he finally saw him in the in the in the middle of January to talk.

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"jim vanda" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Current governor of california gavin newsom who's the former mayor of san francisco and he's doing an interview and asked about the homeless problem in san francisco and why in the world it didn't improve during his time as mayor and he came out with the interesting allegations so many of you think that california ships homeless people into austin now we enrich people the austin not all like full reality gornja now is saying is that texas has been sending his homeless people to california gas ethically according to the l. a. times newsom accuses the republican led state of sending people to san francisco now yes it's true that there is a lot of cross pollination between san francisco and austin are it's usually people making about two hundred fifty thousand here i haven't heard we had a problem about homeless people going back and forth they flying first class are they on bus on train on yeah i plas kidding me ridiculous says the vast majority also come in from and we know this from texas do they i've never heard that before i go to san francisco where it in hold in the summertime and it's it's maybe they if you're homeless how do you get there exactly it's not like your wrath train you're not that homeless now if you can fly to san francisco just want to throw this out there you do not have a homeless problem if you can fly to and from san francisco i don't believe that for one at bill of course of times press on this after interviewer jim vanda high asked newsom why the net size of san francisco's homeless population hadn't changed much during his tenure as the city's mayor he says quote the vast majority were not from california i'm not suggesting they're not our responsibility quite the contrary we took responsibility so his spokesperson now points out because obviously someone would like to know evidence of the state of texas shipping homeless people a lot of you wanna shift them elsewhere in texas i never heard anyone suggest you sip them to.

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"jim vanda" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:36 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To think about our next election, and it's is moving along with moving along very nicely at we've raised far more money than anybody. Not that that's the critical factor. In fact, I was criticized coming up, I was criticized that I didn't raise. As as much money as Hillary Clinton. But the fact is we did spend a lot less money much much less money than the Democrats that we won. And I think now a much better position than we were because we've done so much the president United States speaking in Minnesota yesterday. Yes, the very organized so far the much way ahead ahead of things. And I think it's almost comical that people believe that whoever gets the democratic nomination is gonna walk right to the White House press. He's got he's got some work to do. But giving her opponent. He certainly has an organization whose he knows for sure who's in and who's out as if the win over the RNC, but when it comes to money, Jim Vanda, high who have had a respect for it was on MSNBC co-founder of the playbook on politico, then went out and formed axios. Cut twenty three at this point in Q one. It's just the only indicator you have whether or not somebody has traction. And it does take money to stay alive early on particularly in a crowded field. But I pay more attention to how well. These candidates. Do it sort of being offensive and being able to get free coverage on TV and also how well they can connect on social media because long term that has so much more value. People don't a lot of studies now show people aren't that persuaded by TV ads anymore. You're much more likely to make up your mind based on your social interactions a lot of which happens on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, but that costs money you have interactions, but Facebook ads cost money and on that note. No, one has to convince the Trump campaign the social media works cut twenty four. He's spending almost all of it about half of it targeting voters over the age of sixty or sixty five on Facebook and often using ads or language that is sort of nativist or talking about immigration. They think that's how you move voters. It used to think well, you have to just do ads on local TV that can still be useful. Because a lot of older people still watch local news, but it's equally important you allies Facebook where you also have a lot. Of older voters. A lot of grandparents that are on Facebook that are trying to keep up with what's happening with their family. But also in the world, and that's how they're getting a lot of their news. And so we tend to take a very conventional approach sometimes looking at these elections what's happening on TV. How much money are people racing? When all the action is on social media. If you look at where your time is spent I don't care what age you are. You're spending more and more time on your screens off and on Facebook off and on Twitter often on Instagram in those behaviors go a lot further and shaping perception than somebody raising a lot of money and doing an ad on WJLA. And let me just tell you. My my observations are older people if they got to be on social media, it is Facebook. So that's right. But if there's anybody that would be persuaded by ads on television, it's sixty five and over because they're used to cable television. They're used to picking up the remote and go to normal numbers. Now, if you go for eighteen to twenty four they're used to going on deciding what their own program. Is it on Netflix? What's on Hulu, what's on Amazon, and it's hard to catch up with them. But as possible, you could see trends when you click on your actually, registering your likes and dislikes, we all know that a we don't know what they're listening to when it comes to Amazon, and the the Alexis the Alexa. So that's pretty important. Here's how it looks right now in the democratic side Bernie Sanders stunningly has twenty percent of the vote. You look at this guy's programs. I don't get it. Now, Joe Biden, I understand it familiar name. You know, where he stands on a lot of issues in the twenties thirties forties. Fifties, you know, where he stood in the sixties which out with with Brock Obama. Now. Mayor Pete's got nine percent. He leads the new guys beta Iraq's got eight percent. The first female right now. According to this poll is come Harris. Also, eight percent, the one that's struggling Jila brand Williams sandwich. I don't even know why she's running Senator Amy klobuchar her hailstorm. The announcement was her high point now, she's invisible she's not a strong campaigner bright woman more of a moderate, but not totally a moderate and Eric swallows. Got one percent like Amy klobuchar swallow be in and out quick. He's waiting on anti-guns. Good luck. With that a lot of democratic district. Even Bernie Sanders is out running on anti-gun. Speaking of Sanders. He added a whole look at we had a look at what he stands for look at what he stands for in terms of his estate tax. Here we go seventy seven percent rate. He will tax you on wealth over one billion dollars. Now, I don't have any billionaires listening. But I like when billionaires get to keep their money because they hire other people at fifty five percent bracket of wealth from fifty million to one billion. So get those really rich people and get fifty fifty five percent of that money and put it to the abyss called the government as opposed this thing called charity, which he doesn't do much up. Fifty percent bracket would be from ten million to fifty million. So he believes in a wealth tax, not a bad populace message. But to me, very anti-american. You work hard you make your money only data taken away and prevented from other generations to have. I know the concerned about keeping money in the same place at all times. But that is not a problem that I really think that America has to worry about with economically next Medicare for all. Here's what he would do specifically replaced job based in individual private health insurance. How do you feel about that? Seventy seven percent said that to no go for me. So. Oh, please understand. If you're twenty five and listening to the show right now, the private insurance may be lured you to the job over another job. He's taking it away. The transition the US to a single payer system guarantee coverage role with no premiums deductibles minimum copays, but as he told Martha last night. Yeah, there's going to be this going to be higher taxes. So you're paying just differently. And don't tell me the doctor's got to be happy about this. Don't tell me the efficiencies going to be there. And also, the the hospitals in waiting rooms will have the charm of a motive equal because there's no one there in the private sector making it better than the hospital next to it covered dental and vision entirely require Medicare to negotiate prescription drug prices. I don't know. I have no problem that go. She ended prescription drug prices. Keep in mind. This section one o to page for the Bill labeled universal entitlement conditions eligibility on residency. So was to be about that now legal residency, but residency so they're say. Saying you don't have to be a citizen in order to get this universal coverage. Guess what? They just turned on an electromagnet to bring all illegal here. Looking for a better life and the best healthcare the world for free show up? You'll get it. Matt Brainard listened to everything last night. He's a he's his former Trump data director and GOP strategist. I listened to him this morning review. It I thought this was really comprehensive. He did a FOX and friends first here's Matt cut fifteen. The big problem that I see with them is that throughout the night. Anytime you hit it hit him with a hard question. He would just come back with some distraction demagoguery lies. You ask him about his taxes? He's talking your moderator and asking about her taxes. He started criticizing corporate tax rates. And he he tells.

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"jim vanda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The move is is the courage that takes up? I think that that's the thing that appeals to us. Supporters of Trump is his courage. But I think devenue knows has got that political sophistication and eight caught my attention my making that move because I think we've been getting beat up by organizations like that. And nobody's doing anything against it. So I it's leadership and courage in in his decision to do that. That's impressed me. And let's see how this thing plays out because stuff with them all approved is just not adding up when it comes out to what happened on the other side was happening with the FBI now tomorrow tonight, Mark meadows, who's gonna make it announcement sometime today about an ambassador they might have been working with the FBI just against Trump. And I believe all the top of my head has got to be embassador Downer over in England. He was the one all over this Papadopoulos situation, which seems to be the biggest sham yet. Jim Vanda high is another network of founder of playbook. And now, it's actually and as also. Co-founder of axios. He says listen when it comes to social media. No, one beats Trump cut eighteen Donald Trump is exploiting Facebook again in once again, people probably are paying enough attention to it. He has already spent more on Facebook all the democratic candidates combined in this is a core part of a strategy because he can reach his voters and places like four with precision cheaply really start. They'd do the persuasion game early on. He doesn't need to just do it to raise money, and this is important that despite people saying there's less and less politics on Facebook thirty percent of all political news is coming via Facebook right now and the number one media performing site on Facebook is Fox News. So just like the last election was very much a Facebook collection. This is a Facebook election. And once again, Donald Trump is proving that they they feel like they know how to use the Facebook machine to their advantage should pay attention to the spread parts scale is true. But I would say this. He's gonna use Facebook knows preventing reason basically have just wonder if there's some algorithm there. You know, the working against Republicans causes conservatives. So we'll see where that goes. I know they're going to stand up. They're not want to take it laying down. Don, jR, came out last week and said I've already been directly hurt one eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine we're gonna come back and take some more calls, and then also talk about more to know. There's a lot to discuss today. We're also going to look inside the Michael Cohen situation. We're getting the evidence that was presented to a judge that allowed them to allow the FBI Teredo has offices which would eventually have Michael Cohen flip and testify against the man, he actually wrote a book lauding, his exploits Brian Kilmeade show..

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"jim vanda" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Supporters of Trump is his courage. But I think Devon nuno's has got that political sophistication, and it caught my attention by making that move because I think we've been getting beat up by organizations like that. And nobody's doing anything against his leadership and courage in his decision to do that. That's impressed me. And let's see how this thing plays out because it's stuff with them. All the is just not adding up when it comes out to what happened on the other side was happening with the FBI now tomorrow tonight, Mark meadows, who's gonna make it announcement sometime today about an ambassador they might have been working with the FBI just against Trump. And I believe at the top of my head. It's got to be ambassador Downer over in England. He was the one all over this Papadopoulos situation, which seems to be the biggest sham yet. Jim Vanda high is another network founder of playbook, and now it's actually house and as also co-founder of axios. He he says listen when it comes. Social media. No, one beats Trump cut eighteen Donald Trump is exploiting Facebook again in once again, people probably are paying enough attention to it. He has already spent more on Facebook than all the democratic candidates combined in this is a core part of a strategy because he can reach his voters and places like Forda with precision cheaply really start. They'd do the persuasion game early on. He doesn't need to just do it to raise money, and this is important that despite people saying there's less and less politics on Facebook thirty percent of all political news is coming via Facebook right now and the number one media performing site on Facebook is Fox News. So just like the last election was very much a Facebook election. This is a Facebook election. And once again, Donald Trump is proving that they they feel like they know how to use the Facebook machine to their advantage should pay attention to the spread park scale is to but I would say this. I he's gonna use Facebook. No one's preventing breeze baseball. You just wonder if there's some algorithm there, you know, the. The working against Republicans causes conservatives. So we'll see where that goes. I know they're going to stand up. They're not wanted to take it laying down. Don, jR, came out last week and said I've already been directly hurt one eight six six four zero eight seven six six now, we're gonna come back and take some more calls, and then also talk about more to know. There's a lot to discuss today. We're also going to look inside the Michael Cohen situation. We're getting the evidence that was presented to a judge. They'll allow them to allow the FBI Teredo is offices, which would eventually Michael Cohen flip and testify against the man. He actually wrote a book lauding his exploits Brian Kilmeade show. Questioning.

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"jim vanda" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on Channel 33

"You know, those are his weakest answer by far among a lot of week answers is why don't you just run as a democrat. And he's nerd soggy about how he can't, you know? It's like why don't you run as a centrist democrat your day? You were a democrat. You know, why don't he eat? What don't you try to do what Donald Trump did to the Democrats? If you don't agree with their ideas is running their primary and try to you know, prove that your ideas are more popular than rank and file Democrats. But he doesn't really have a great answer that I mean, it feels like a very ninety s campaign. Does it not? I'm a rich guy. I know how to solve problems. I'm gonna keep saying like, I'm gonna point when they ask you. What are you gonna do about healthcare? You know, because of all the resistance you're gonna face in congress. And he keeps saying I'm just going to have smart people telling me what to do right, which is like a very Russ brust, bro kind of thing. And then also like I just have some kind of CEO know-how. Of how to get things done. I read this piece by Simon Molloy and media matters who was going through some of the greatest hits of centrist movements. Wooing the media. And then going nowhere. You'll remember the unity party and Americans elect also total class. We've now forgotten which was axios co founder Jim Vanda high reading about the innovation party that was going to have more executive Bergen chill Sandberg running the nation. Yes. How did that turn out? And what he taught what he talks about is how this how these kind of candidates are catnip to certain made men and women though, mostly men in opinion media, he mentions yahu is Matt by the Atlantic. Stay would from an ABC's the note, and that's all true. But don't we live in a media world where those people are less powerful than they've ever been. You know, like, I did I didn't know the note was still going. Honestly, I really did not know that I guess as a consumer of media was on. I just feel. Will the media? The political media set up now that centrists actually garner maximum skepticism instead of the loving open embrace of David Brooks, which carries as much weight. What do you think about that? Yeah. I mean, I think it's justifiable. Right. I mean, regardless of your politics, I think it's it means centrism is centrism is not a governing philosophy. Maybe it is maybe it's too much governing philosophy. But like tell us what you tell us. What you believe, you know, don't tell us what you're. What what what makes you like feel icky about the about the existing political parties, you know, about about their structural problems? I think that an and I mean, it's interesting just has you know, I mean from a from a liberal point of view. I mean centrism is is feels like, you know. Hazy night out from you know, last weekend that we're still trying to come to grips with and and and recover from. It's I it's all it means. It's it it just I I don't know it just it just seems like a really just seems like a very strange way right now to try to you know, to to try to make some noise, and especially you know, when when Mike Bloomberg is running as a democrat, who's a, you know strikes a sort of similar figure, but but he's you know, he's decided to go the more. He's decided to go the party route. And listen for you know, regardless of what you think about about Donald Trump's seriousness. You know, particularly was when he was running for president. He was a he was something approaching a public figure for many years leading up to his campaign, you know, a political figure and this just feels like just the I mean, the the the. The sort of novelty of Howard Schultz, just sort of underscores this sort of feeling of a lack of seriousness the fact that he's not coming out with any big platform ideas. Although he's, you know, eager to criticize Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris on on, you know, healthcare and taxes. You know?.

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"jim vanda" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Harrison. Medicare for all. Yeah. I think I think that's the direction that we absolutely need. I think one of the things that we're hearing right here in our. Discovering in our hearings. The real issue. That we're trying to have the. We're trying to have half a free market system. More public. It is. Commitment that our systems are breaking down. That's incorrect. That was not a dumb statement. And that was not a simple statement. But it is true. We're in a hybrid situation. But please show me the model that will be more effective. Let's work on a model that work not get somebody. They'll get you votes in a primary, and I it just boggles my mind how angry they all art Howard Schultz. Why because he's powerful can run on his own is a self made success story. He's a liberal guy's gonna try to take away your guns and try to make everything green. But he's going to try doing a practical way. Listen to some of the anger. That's coming his direction. Cut twelve in order to run down. Today. You have to fall in line with free Medicare for everybody free free college for everybody a free job forever. Yeah. And he thought that was a little crazy. So he goes on the view and base kids get yelled at for a half hour. And I don't think he's even used to that. Because for the most part people kiss his, but because he's a liberal guy giving a lot of money to a lot of causes doing a lot of social socially active things. But the ball back he's gotten from his Barnes and noble curse fest to what he's gotten on the view ever since he appeared on sixty minutes to say he's thinking about running. I think you'd probably find a standing in. As the president said, we don't think he has the key doesn't think he has the guts to run. Would it help the president for the run? Yeah. Probably. It's such a long way got a whole year. It's gotta get on fifty ballots in. He's got a separate himself from wherever the democratic nominee is. But for the most part can you lease be opened at the very beginning. In January twenty one thousand nine hundred what could happen in twenty twenty. Meanwhile, just a an idea of how angry people are Jim Vanda high on MSNBC cut eighteen livid liberals are trying to bully him out of the race. And do it quickly there. Harassing him on Twitter, the harassing staff who might wanna go work for him. They're talking to family members talking to friends trying to get them to pressure Schultz to get out of the race because they're worried obviously that they think he can help hand the race to Donald Trump, and this is unusual. Usually, no one pays attention to third party candidates, especially ones that aren't measuring that high in the polls, but Democrats are are really panicked. We've got Jim Messina on the record who ran the Obama campaign saying he's got to get outta there. He's out of touch. He's gotta do something better with his life got Felipe brains. Who was sorta Hillary's hatchet. Men. Calling him the PG thirteen version of a donkey. Get get out of the race as well. Yeah, he did. And we'll play that later on just killing them and they're killing Bill Burton for I guess running his campaign. He was the guy with President Obama very early. So listen, I find it astounding. Did there so vile that are so rude there so offended there? So dare I say violent, and they're gonna take it out on the Starbucks chain. I'm telling you, you're going to see millions of people avoid Starbucks if he runs so he's really got to think about it. That would make me want to run more. But maybe somebody that's not used to a lot of that public consternation will run from it next. We're going to be joined by Mark Thiessen, former chief speechwriter for President Bush. He had a column in the Washington Post today and said, yeah, the president lost round one. They here's a chance to win overall and get his leverage back hill. Explain then cliff SIMS author of team of vipers back in a moment. Brian.

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"jim vanda" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Harris. Medicare for all. I think that's the direction that we absolutely need. I think one of the things that we're hearing right here in our. We're really discovering in our hearings. Half a free market system. More public. It is. That our systems are breaking down. That's incorrect in that was not a dumb statement. And that was not a simple statement. But it is true. We're in a hybrid situation. But please show me the model that will be more effective. Let's work on a model that will work not get somebody. They'll get you votes in a primary, and it it just boggles my mind how angry they all are at Howard Schultz. Why because he's powerful can run on his own is a self made success story. He's a liberal guy is gonna try to take away your guns and try to make everything green. But he's going to try doing a practical way. Listen to some of the anger. That's coming his direction. Cut twelve in order to run down. Today. You have to fall in line with free Medicare for everybody free free college for everybody a free job for it. Right. Yeah. And he thought that was a little crazy. So he goes on the view, and basically it's get yelled at for a half hour. And I don't think he's even used to that. Because for the most part people kiss his because he's a liberal guy giving a lot of money to a lot of causes doing a lot of social socially active things. But the ball back he's gotten from his Barnes and noble curse fest to what he's gotten on the view ever since he appeared on sixty minutes to say he's thinking about running. I think you'd probably find astounding. And as the president said, we don't think he has the doesn't think he has the guts to run. Would it help the president for the run? Probably I mean such a long way got a whole year. He's got to get on fifty ballots, and he's got a separate himself from wherever the democratic nominee is. But for the most part can you lease be opened at the very beginning. In January twenty nineteen what could happen in two thousand twenty. Meanwhile, just a an idea of how angry people are Jim Vanda high on MSNBC cut eighteen liberals are trying to bully him out of the race. And do it quickly there. Harassing him on Twitter, the harassing staff who might want to go work for him. They're talking to family members talking to friends trying to get them to pressure Schultz to get out of the race because they're worried obviously that they think he can help hand the race to Donald Trump, and this is unusual. Usually, no one pays attention to third party candidates, especially ones that aren't measuring that high in the polls, but Democrats are are really panicked. We've got Jim Messina on the record who ran the Obama campaign saying he's gotta get outta there. He's out of touch. He's got to do something better with his life got Felipe. Raines who was sorta Hillary's hatchet men. Calling him the PG thirteen version of a donkey. Get out of the race as well. Yeah, he did. And we'll play that later on just killing them and they're killing Bill Burton for I guess running his campaign. He was a guy with President Obama very early. So listen, I find it astounding that they're so vile that are so rude there so offended there. So dare I say violent, and they're going to take it out on the Starbucks chain. I'm telling you, you're going to see millions of people avoid Starbucks if he runs so he's really got to think about it. That would make me want to run more. But maybe somebody that's not used to a lot of that public consternation will run from it next. We're going to be joined by Martisn former chief speechwriter for President Bush. He had a in the Washington Post today and said, yeah, the present loss round one they as a chance to win overall and get his leverage back hill. Explain then cliff SIMS author of team of vipers back in a moment feeds Brian Kilmeade. Question. Do you have a health insurance plan? You are not happy with will Bethany. And Jason thought they were stock their plan just kept getting more expensive and Bethany favorite doctor didn't even take that plan anymore. And then some friends at church told them about medishare with our previous insurance. We were paying twelve hundred dollars a month with meta share, we now pay around six hundred dollars a month. Yes. They're paying six hundred dollars less per month. And that's a pretty typical savings with meta share. And they actually like meta share more. I was able to go back to my original doctor. I absolutely loved, and it's just been an absolutely beautiful thing being apart of meta share. Yeah. So they pay a lot less, and they like it more. No wonder meta share is growing so fast..

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"jim vanda" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Right. Even your watch very concerned. Anybody here watch Sherlock, right? There's an amazing scene where where Microsoft is yelling inside of sherlock's brain, micro, the older brother who intimidated by. Then he says, and what do we say about coincidences, Sherlock and Sherlock response. The universe is rarely so lazy factor like this. These are not coincidences, and you can go all the way back Donald Trump on this show and December of two thousand fifteen saying that Latimer. Putin was a stronger leader than American leaders, and he didn't care that he assassinated people that US troops in Iraq killed people to go back to that. And it's one Susan one after another after another after another example after a while the coincidences there is no explanation here, and again on what Vladimir Putin wants the most taking over the Middle East like getting the United States out of Syria. Donald Trump is the only person in Washington DC other than rand Paul. He doesn't really count. Anyway, does he that wants to Syria and the? Only thing I keep coming back to its on American I policy, it's Donald Trump. I Pol Russia for always. It is always about Donald Trump. It always comes back to anytime you want to know why does he have a secret one on one with Lanham Putin? Does any of the things he does? He does it because it is in his best interest. And hopefully, we'll learn more about what those interests are. All right. Jim vanda? Hi, thank you very, much and. And still add on morning. Says that voters have more faith in Democrats than the president and Republicans including over border security confidence, Nancy. Absolutely. Donald Trump Nancy wins big time on that one against Nancy Pelosi that really worked for you Republicans. Really? Well, last time try that again. Plus Senator Elizabeth Warren takes on the wealthiest people in America. And they are freaking out that includes former Starbucks Howard Schultz. He'll be our guest this morning. But I will we have some billionaires freaking out coming up just because Bill very calm milk. Cairns's little upset coming in here. But it's not because he's got billions of dollars that he's hiding the Caymans. Now, it's because of this polar board. All the kids are talking about. Yes. The polar vortex, by the way, everybody about five years ago the media caught onto that never was making a big deal about it going back. There was actually mentioned it like the late eighteen hundreds..

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"jim vanda" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Showing thirty seven percent of business leaders are optimistic about the country that fell from sixty three percent last year. So here we are Jim van high. We have all these pressures around the world and here at home. Of course, we're new our second month. Now, we've been talking about it in terms of days and weeks, we're into our second month of the government shutdown right now with the prospect of federal workers losing a second. Check coming up at the end of the week. But man, it doesn't look to me. Like there's any movement or even any talk in congress any negotiation over President Trump's latest proposal. I in twenty five years of watching this stuff. I've never seen an impasse like this where both sides feel so self. Certain and then can point to data showing that their party wants to continue the stance that they have. So there's not an obvious middle ground. I think Republicans have anything feel more dug in today than they did four days ago because they think the president's speech allows them to go out and say, listen, we're trying to propose a compromise that takes care of immigration in a more comprehensive way Nancy Pelosi says it's a non starter. Most Democrats say it's a non starter swan pointed out Jonathan swan pointed out over the weekend. There's not a single democrat. That's come out and said, I like the Trump compromise. So we're no closer today than we were thirty days ago. The president is said privately this could go on a year. I don't think it would go on a year. But at this point who the hell no was because there's not any sign that there's a middle ground Jeanne striking that this shutdown the longest in history surrounded by rhetoric on both sides is Jim Vanda high just pointed out Democrats feeling confident in their position Republicans feeling increasingly confident because of the president's tell. Allies appearance out of the afternoon, and yet overhanging this is a level of almost indifference among elected officials that even someone as jaded as I am finds absolutely shocking. Shocking. Yeah. It's it's amazing. There's this fight going on, and as you and Jim Vanda high pointed out. Both Republicans and Democrats well for their own good reasons are more dug in than ever. Apparently yet. There's a shutdown going on there's real impact on real people some of my neighbors deer and the blushing area. But but not just in Washington in places like Alaska where this percentage of federal workers and Montana poses places like that across the country. This is having an impact it's not just federal workers. It's it's contractors as well people work on contract or for firms that were contractors film men who were who were having the economic impact. I don't see how this gets resolved until the broader public fields more of direct impact can impact and that can have happened for example in air travel. A lot of TSA agents who are simply are not going to be able to continue to work without pay for that much longer. Just not going to be able to make that much money. They make they have to put food on the table. And and in a kinda that it's basically full employment. They're going to have to go out and look for other jobs. The air traffic control, they make more money. But but take Vate keep director pilots in the sky. There can be lots of disruption in something like air travel that could concentrate the minds of our elected representatives. And maybe get the singer that might that might be the key to end in this thing once these elective, senators and representatives try to come back to Washington this week to try to resolve this, and they told at the airport while they're standing in very long lines because people aren't getting paid that the traffic control is that they didn't show from work. You're going to get on the plane. Think about what we're saying here that to convince them to break, this the Republicans have said Susan now, if you go down the line, really, this seems to be the talking point is look the president's not gonna sign it. He's so what why even negotiate this anything that doesn't have the border wall. Anything that doesn't have the five win seven billion dollars to sign it. So we're not even gonna talk about it on the other hand. Democrats are saying we can't set this press. That when the president wants something that he promised his cheering crowds during the campaign..

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"jim vanda" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Christmas Eve, I believe we got our letters electronially that we have set down. Meantime, meanwhile, I'm still going to chemo do have what about five or six four three four about four five chemo treatments last. And we get the news that I mean, he paid so come January, and thankfully, we've made it to Christmas without any interruptions without pay. But here comes January, and I'm still having chemo treatment that is Sean Latimer an employee at the treasury department. A mother a stage to cancer patient dealing with the fallout from the government shutdown dealing with not getting paid good morning. And welcome to morning, Joe. It is Tuesday. January twenty second Joe is off this morning, but along with Willie and me we have MSNBC contributor, Mike, barnicle, Republican strategist and MSNBC political analyst Susan Dell prosciutto pull it. Surprise when columnist associate editor of the Washington Post and MSNBC political analyst Eugene Robinson and the co founder and CEO of axios. Jim Vanda high is with us in a moment. We're going to continue that conversation update you on the government shutdown now having an impact on the global economy as well along with the lives of the American people, but first President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani said Sunday that despite multiple denials during the campaign. His client continued gover sations about building a tower in Moscow until November twenty sixteen. Now Giuliani is trying to walk back his comments in a written statement yesterday. Quote, my recent statements, this is the president's attorney my recent statements about discussions during the twenty sixteen campaign between Michael Cohen, and then candidate Donald Trump about a potential Trump Moscow project, we're ethical and not based on conversations. Had with the president. My comments did not represent the actual timing or circumstances of any such discussions. The point is that the proposal was in the earliest stage and did not advance beyond a free. Non binding letter of intent. However, speaking to the New York Times on Sunday Juliana, quoted what President Trump allegedly said to him that the Trump Tower must go discussions were quote going on from the day. I announced to the day I one in light of his written statement, the New Yorker magazine asked Giuliani about what he told the times and Giuliani replied, I did not say that as if the times just made the quota up Giuliani said I don't know if they made it up what I was talking about was if he had those conversations they would not be criminal. This meat is to follow Willie is New York Times is reporting. There's frustration with Giuliani within Trump's inner circle the piece quotes several people close to Mr. Trump. Have grown exasperated with Mr. Giuliani's public appearances. They also expressed concern that he is increasing. Prosecutors anger with the president and potentially creating a missing Prussian about the Trump Tower project in Moscow it interview last night with Fox News, the president son Donald Trump junior denied that he and the Trump campaign knew anything about the project. When was the last discussion about this Trump Tower deal because Rudy got everybody really confused? I have to say he goes on meet the press, and he says well could have been like read through the election. Then he said he was talking in hypothetical terms today. I don't know. I don't talk about things that I don't know about. But you know, unfortunately, that sometimes happens no different than anyone else. But the reality is this wasn't a deal. You know, we don't know the developer. We don't know the site. We don't know the way anything about it old was mogul Cohen essentially trying to get a deal done there for a long time. He wasn't exactly a deal guy didn't bring to the table. So I don't think anyone took it all that. Seriously. That's the reality of what went on in September two thousand seventeen Trump junior testified to the Senate Judiciary committee that he knew very little about the project except that his father had signed a letter of intent in two thousand fifteen and then another exchange from Rudy Giuliani's interview with the New Yorker yesterday. He was asked saying things for Trump not always being truthful about it. Do you ever worry that? This will be your legacy. Does that ever worry you in any way Giuliani responded? Like, this absolately, I'm afraid it will be on my gravestone Rudy Giuliani. He lied for Trump. Somehow. I don't think that'll be it. But if it is so what do I care? I'll be dead..

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"jim vanda" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

09:22 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"We've held over for a couple of segments. Let me bring up the chat screen here. A pulse on a Bloomfield hills. He's got a cable access show. And I don't want to go back to we've already done. It's been it'll be in the archive tomorrow. He's looking for support keep this going, but and if you're just out in he's he's done some television show couple one didn't air because it it vilified Mohammed accurately, so as being a pedophile through David David bigshot, Republican in Michigan and. Then you got back on the air the yanked him off again. So let's take it from there. Paul welcome back. I hung up on your by accident there. I wasn't censoring you like those bastards out John Kibble access. Well, thank you. I just want to invite your listeners if they want to learn more about this. It's I set up a Facebook called fight for free speech and Bloomfield Township. Which is encouraging people to call the township supervisor and the general manager I have their phone numbers on there as well. What's the site give the site location? The name of the event is fight for free speech in Bloomfield Township the weight is on Facebook on a on a website on Facebook. Okay. So you have a Facebook page, right? Okay. Now, people aren't going to remember that. It's too much to write down if you're driving in the car. What do what what some keywords people would search on Google? So they'd find this. Fight for freedom Bluefield hill cable access TV something like that. Well, if they can try to remember fight for free speech. And then you know, it'll probably come up for Bloomfield Township. Okay. Well, look, that's that's deep in the weeds up the if people look for to find here's what I want to go with this. That's why we were up against the heart break their news. Why have you not contacted an attorney on this? This is huge. First thing, man. Well, I agree. But you know, it it's. They obviously have unlimited funds, and you know to hire a journey to fight it. It's gonna be costly. And they don't care. What is there are people out there that I think if you would find the right people, they would take this on a pro Bono. Because this this has an assault on the first and second amendment now attorney publish it there on your crazy. You know, how the system works, blah, blah, blah. We can't do it because the cable access as Paul said has unlimited funds pretty much, and they'll come back with they had this written into the green before you went on air, blah, blah, blah. But this is a trashing of the first and second amendment because cable access TV as well. As public radio. I would argue exists to serve the public such that anybody can get out and say anything they want to any damn time. I agree. I which I could find attorney who might want to get on probably won't. And I'll tell you why Resnick resonate with this. I was fired in two thousand and three from W EMU public radio. And it was wasn't around anything like this. But it was definitely around a freedom of speech thing. One thing led to another. And it went to the Michigan supreme court. I could have chosen to taken to the United States Supreme court, and I would have won it. But you're right. I would've started at like a repeal off a check for five grand to do it. And that's just the beginning. I could take a decade and cost me three hundred thousand dollars dropping at that point. So anyway, I wish you the best good luck to you. And. If you've got a Facebook page get over to Theran Xingtong on Facebook. And wish you already did message me in the chat screen, and I'll see about maybe posted in your your link on my page. We'll I'll have to look at it. I see what's gonna I'm very picky about what I do. Don't do on that. I will do that. And thank you so much for the timing of the love me. All right. Well, thank you so much, and I support your brother, good luck. And the reason I say that I, you know, I'll I'll see whether I posted on my centered on my Facebook page is very very information Centric around well, a lot of different stuff. If you're familiar with their next thing too. It's got a whole let's say style to it. So, but I want to get this man's information. Now, again, recapping this apologised called us public access kind of like Wayne's world Wayne's world type of thing making fun. But seriously, that's what public accesses you get on Aaron you do crazy stuff there guys on there doing what is it hillbillies on acid or something on local one the guy with? The bag over said with the flames behind them. There's a lot of crazy stuff marks world. Whatever. On cable access, and that's what cable access is all about affect safety girl do Steph safety girl here in the People's Republic event number. I think they show reruns of that. I wound up on that show three times with my band twice. That's a whole separate issue. But that that was a safe grow. I think they they took it off the internet. But that was one hundred percent, free speech. If you don't like it turn it off. So I wish Paul the best. And again, I I see this as even more important done. Just the freedom of speech thing. This is a freedom of religion thing. This guy's show didn't air because he had a guest on that took the tack that Mohammed is a pedophile. That's a fact whether you like it or not I don't give a damn if you're if you're a Muslim. It's a fact you're wrong. If you want to have sex with children and the story there's no way to justify that if they still do it all over the Middle East. Yeah. You know, our our president can address the nation tomorrow night. And I'm hoping it's around the wall for sure, but one of the things that he needs to start doing addressing the nation regular. Early on a regular basis because he's made the most excellent point the most excellent point in that there's nothing over there. But sand and death. Yeah. So roads and a piece my ass. So I'm going to say about getting information to you. But this infuriates me infuriates me, this is not an FCC thing. No. This is the people out there in Bloomfield hills with the cable access, which I'm sure is a a piece of Comcast something like it direct TV who knows? Making the call that oh we can't have that information on because if you call Muhammad if you call him a pedophile, they'll storm are building. Maybe maybe, but are you going to shy away from the first amendment an NBA, essentially censor shut down. Because you did. That's what you did. Now, I want to get into community to save America. I was going to get into the economic Bill of rights. This is something we've done on the show before this is around that pitcher Casio Cortez and her attempt to bring about socialism in America. And she's so far getting somewhat successful as doing pretty good. I know she's a junior rep out of New York. But man, she's making the case that the youngins the youngins resonate with. Now, if we don't have Donald Trump back in office in and twenty twenty they're gonna stand an even better chance. This is the committee to save American. This is post of axios. Xia swings. Both ways they do some things that are progressive something's ever known. And I think by accident that are we the thinking, but I saw this on Steve Hilton show, and I was shocked because I dialed in Wednesday was talking about General Mattis General Mattis, of course, a gym mad dog Mattis being a bad guy. Being on the wrong side being an anti-american. I went what first of all the guys English new boys. American citizen. I did it the right way. Wait a minute. What? And then I heard his case. So I went over and I looked at the community to save American. I thought. Yeah. Madison's on the wrong side man is he ever is. He ever. Listen to this. This is opposed by somebody named Jim Vanda high or something plus Mike Allen. It's called the committee to save America. This is an actual group. Here's one of the most intriguing consequential theories circulating inside the White House, the generals, the New Yorkers and the Republican congressional leaders. That would be the swamp see themselves as an unofficial committee to protect Trump and the nation from disaster. So they're going to think for the president. Well, that that some of that comes with the territory. Absolutely. That's why you have staff. Hey, I wanna do this way. You better not do that. Because this might happen. Think about this new strategize about that make sense on on some levels. But not the way this committee set up, and we're going to get into this after the break because we're coming up on a commercial break here. This is setup to protect the swamp and save. America. So that the swamp can keep benefiting from it. And nothing comes about nothing comes about in terms of going toward the we the thinking agenda that we sent Donald Trump to DC with..

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"jim vanda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:25 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"New to view streaming edition on iheartradio. Conservative thought not just chalk it is the Dan O'Donnell show. News talk eleven thirty w I s and my latest column at the McIvor institute resolution. Part of my opening monologue about how the Democratic Party has like Jane curtain, resolve to kill the GOP, at least politically in two thousand nine t they firmly believe that this is the year to do it. You can find that on my social media at Dan O'Donnell show on Twitter Facebook dot com slash Dan O'Donnell show. Well, if you had a rough New Year's Eve more specifically a rough start to New Year's day rest assured that you did not have it as bad as a guy from Waukesha who drunkenly stumbled into the wrong house at woke up in a dog bed next to one hundred fifty pound master woke up, and I saw somebody over here on this dog bed says when she woke up at five fifteen an intruder was asleep. Just a few feet away. We ran into the kitchen and grabs knife. Then we were scared jarver says her one hundred and fifty pound dog. Benton was also asleep partially on top of the man seeing somebody sleeping with my dog is weird. That's FOX six reporter Brett LeMoyne. So the woman wakes the guy up calls police, of course, he says I did I need to find my glasses when he's told that he's not in the correct house. He looks around says, oh my goodness. I live up the street. I'm sorry. I got into the wrong house. I apologize. Police said do you want to file trespassing charges? The woman said, no, it's okay. No harm. No foul. The big takeaway here is that she might have the absolute worst guard dog in America. Some random dude just climbs into bed with the dog dog is perfectly fine with this may sleep the rest of the night together. Apparently this also happened according to FOX six reporter Brett LeMoyne. This also happened to a family in Germantown after a New Year's Eve party. They got a random person just sneak into their house. Stagger in Andy woke up and ran outside. Happy new year. I suppose President Trump is calling for congressional leaders both Democrats and Republicans to meet with him on attempting to solve the border shut down the government shutdown over the border. And of course, he and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer spent the better part of Christmas break blaming each. Other. Trump star tried to get the hashtag Schumer shutdown started. When President Trump to be fair said he was perfectly fine shutting down the government to get border wall funding and. I for one I'm with him. I have never been all that opposed to partial government shutdowns, if it means that we could get our federal budget under control for at least a few fleeting days until the government opens yet again. And I think everyone knows by this point we've had a shutdown roughly every two years for the past quarter century, or so I think everybody realizes now that the overwhelming majority of federal outlays that is payments from the federal government still get made the overwhelming majority of the government still remains open. It's a partial shutdown is very interesting on morning. Joe this morning, Jim Vanda. Hey, who is the founder of axios dot com, which is a political news site. They do a daily newsletter. He was on. He said, look, I think President Trump is making a big miscalculation here. The Democrats have no interest in securing the border. There issue is all with. Protecting illegal immigrants is what I think Trump is not reading correctly, especially if you look at these tweets as he's assuming that the Democratic Party of today is the Democratic Party of oh six or twenty ten parties changed on immigration. I think the feeling that they have to appear to be really strong by supporting a lot more border security that that has waned in that the the the enthusiasm of the Democratic Party is for protecting immigrants. And I think that's the miscalculation that he may. Now, what he means by immigrants is illegal immigrants that the crux of the democratic party's argument is no longer that we need to have border security. Sure. Sure. Sure, we need to be tough on the border. They have abandoned even the pretense that they had in two thousand six when George W Bush was able to get the secure fence act. I read an opinion piece in I believe it was the San Diego union Tribune, the name of the newspaper and was basically, well, if there is such a crisis at the border, how come San Diego is so safe. Never mind. The fact that there was a caravan of illegals that the border patrol needed to fire tear-gas ad is they violently charged the border sandiego was one of the cities that got a secure fence as part of the secure fence act of two thousand six in. This author was writing about how El paso's crime rate has dramatically declined. Yeah. Because there's a border wall outside of El Paso Paso is no longer an entry point for an endless flood of people and drugs and guns that sort of the point that sort of what President Trump is talking about what how is he supposed to negotiate once again, how is he supposed to get any sort of agreement with a political party that clearly sees illegal immigration as a boon to them that clearly see we want to protect the rights of illegal immigrants. Right. I'm sorry. At least as far as the law is concerned at least as far as the sovereignty of the United States is concerned someone who enters the country illegally does not have. Right. Someone who attempts to enter the country illegally is committing a crime. Now, we've done our level best to decriminalize this activity to sort of encourage it with a wink wink nod nod. Hey, it's only a civil forfeiture. It's not actually a crime, and we'll just take you right back across the border. So you can try try again. But the reality is when you're negotiating with a political party that clearly has as its operating philosophy. And it's overriding concern is Jim Vanda. Hey, unwittingly admitted there is no way that they're ever going to give in to even a cent for border security or a wall or anything stock market dropping again on the first trading day of two thousand nine hundred and we'll try to make some sense of it with AmEx wealth management, Dave spot. Oh coming up next. Hi, it's Jay. And I'm here to talk about coal investment group, the retirement specialists, people are wired for certain things, right me. I love history and social sciences, but finances studying markets and funds. I have no interest. And so after hacking around blindly for years trying.

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"jim vanda" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:26 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And that's new to view streaming edition on iheartradio. Conservative thought not just talk. It is the Dan O'Donnell show on NewsTalk eleven thirty w I s and my latest column at the McIvor institute resolution. Part of my opening monologue about how the Democratic Party has like Jane curtain, resolve to kill the GOP at least politically in two thousand nineteen. They firmly believe that this is the year to do it. You can find that on my social media at Dan O'Donnell show on Twitter Facebook dot com slash Dan O'Donnell show. Well, if you had a rough New Year's Eve more specifically a rough start to New Year's day rest assured that you did not have it as bad as a guy from Waukesha who drunkenly stumbled into the wrong house at woke up in a dog bed next to one hundred fifty pound masterful up, and I saw somebody over here on the bed means Arbor says when she woke up at five fifteen an intruder was asleep. Just a few feet away. We ran into the kitchen and grabs knife. Then we were scared server says her one hundred and fifty pound dog. Benton was also asleep partially on top of the man seeing somebody sleeping with my dog is weird. That's FOX six reporter Brett LeMoyne. So the woman wakes the guy up calls police, of course, he says I did I need to find my glasses when he's told that he's not in the correct house. He looks around says, oh my goodness. I live up the street. I'm sorry. I got into the wrong house. I apologize. The police said do you want to file trespassing charges? The woman said, no, it's okay. No harm. No foul. The big takeaway here is that she might have the absolute worst guard dog in America. Some random dude just climbs into bed with the dog dog is perfectly fine with this may sleep the rest of the night together. Apparently this also happened according to FOX six reporter Brett LeMoyne. This also happened to a family in Germantown after a New Year's Eve party. They got a random person just sneak into their house. Staggering Andy woke up and ran outside. Happy new year. I suppose President Trump is calling for congressional leaders both Democrats and Republicans to meet with him on attempting to solve the border shut down the government shutdown over the border. And of course, he and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer spent the better part of Christmas break blaming each. Other. Trump star tried to get the hashtag Schumer shutdown started. When President Trump to be fair said he was perfectly fine shutting down the government to get border wall funding. I for one with him. I have never been all that opposed to partial government shutdowns, if it means that we could get our federal budget under control for at least a few fleeting days until the government opens yet again. And I think everyone knows by this point we've had a shutdown roughly every two years for the past quarter century, or so I think everybody realizes now that the overwhelming majority of federal outlays that is payments from the federal government still get made the overwhelming majority of the government still remains open. It's a partial shutdown is very interesting on morning. Joe this morning, Jim Vanda. Hey, who is the founder of axios dot com, which is a political news site. They do a daily newsletter. He was on. And he said, look, I think President Trump is making a big miscalculation here that Democrats have no interest in securing the border. Their issue is all with for. Testing illegal immigrants is what I think Trump is not reading correctly, especially if you look at these tweets as he's assuming that the Democratic Party of today is the Democratic Party of oh six or twenty ten. I think the parties changed on immigration. I think the feeling that they have to appear to be really strong by supporting more border security that that has waned in that the the enthusiasm of the Democratic Party is for protecting immigrants. And I think that's the miscalculation that he may. Now, what he means by immigrants is illegal immigrants that the crux of the democratic party's argument is no longer that we need to have border security. Sure. Sure. Sure, we need to be tough on the border. They have abandoned even the pretense that they had in two thousand six when George W Bush was able to get the secure fence act, read an opinion piece in I believe, it was the San Diego union Tribune is the name of the newspaper and was basically, well, if there is such a crisis at the border, how come San Diego is so safe never mind. The fact that there was a caravan of illegals that the border patrol needed to fire tear-gas is they violently charged the border sandiego was one of the cities that God. Got a secure fence as part of the secure fence act of two thousand six in. This author was writing about how El paso's crime rate has dramatically declined. Yeah. Because there's a border wall outside of El Paso Paso is no longer an entry point for an endless flood of people and drugs and guns that sort of the point that sort of what President Trump is talking about what how is he supposed to negotiate once again, how is he supposed to get any sort of agreement with a political party that clearly sees illegal immigration as a boon to them that clearly see we want to protect the rights of illegal immigrants. Right. I'm sorry. At least as far as the law is concerned at least as far as the sovereignty of the United States is concerned someone who enters the country illegally does not have. Right. Someone who attempts to enter the country illegally is committing a crime. Now, we've done our level best to decriminalize this activity to sort of encourage it with a wink wink nod nod. Hey, it's only a civil forfeiture. It's not actually a crime. We'll just take you right back across the border. So you can try try again. But the reality is when you're negotiating with a political party that clearly has as its operating philosophy. And it's overriding concern is Jim Vanda unwittingly admitted there is no way that they're ever going to give in to even a cent for border security or wall or anything stock market dropping again on the first trading day of twenty nine thousand nine we'll try to make some sense of it with annex wealth management. Dave spot. Oh coming up next. Hi, it's Jay. And I'm here to talk about coal investment group, the retirement specialists, people are wired for certain things, right me. I love history and social sciences, but finances studying markets and funds. I have no interest. And so after hacking around blindly for years trying.

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"jim vanda" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jim vanda" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Trump has absolutely no leverage. None and many Republicans are furious that he has left them in political peril for absolutely no good reason, promising a wall that Mexico would pay for might have helped Trump get the nomination might have been that red meat. But right now, it's the president not Democrats who are walled in or boxed in so to speak. So with us this morning. We have veteran columnist and MSNBC contributor. Mike barnicle professor at Princeton University columnist for time magazine, and author of the book democracy in black Eddie Claude junior Republican communication strategist and Emma. Political contributor Rick Tyler co founder and CEO of axes Jim Vanda high and Washington bureau chief for USA today, Susan page, great to have you all happy new year. And here we go President Trump appearing to soften on his demand for a wall holding his first meeting with congressional Democrats saying syncing, he would quote take the mantle for government shutdown. This was about three weeks ago. We've been going through all this Trump has invited the top aide congressional leaders from both parties to the White House for a briefing on the border wall today this afternoon, it will be the first significant conversation. He has had with Democrats since the partial shutdown began twelve days ago, this hours after Trump tweeted, quote, border security in the wall thing, and that would be thing in quotation marts and shutdown is not where Nancy Pelosi wanted to start her tenure as speaker. Let's make a deal to wheat which. Speaker designate Nancy Pelosi replied, Donald Trump is given Democrats a great opportunity to show how we will govern responsibly and quickly pass our plan to end, the irresponsible Trump shutdown just the first sign of things to come and our new democratic majority committed to working for the people and most of the people Rick Tyler don't wanna wall. So how does Trump get out of this box and do Republican stay in the box with Trump Trump will declare this week that he has to army corps of engineers who erect a force field..

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