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Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

01:26 min | 4 min ago

Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"These companies have got to figure out how to work together. The White House has promised that this had this resolved before. I think they ought to get this done. Now Scott says, this is dangerous territory in which to be involved politically. Biden has always talked about the need for strong unions and sick pay. So this puts him in a very tense situation. Meanwhile, senator Kirsten gillibrand of New York says that she feels there's no, well, there is room to work in the next session. 6 Republicans voted for a paid leave for these rail workers. That means there's a willingness to, I think, work in the new Congress on a real national paid leave plan. Angela Brown says a new session should work on it. A judge has ruled that the Department of Justice may resume using seized Mar-a-Lago records without the special master's approval, appeals court vacating the appointment in essence. This is a major defeat for Donald Trump means a DoJ may move forward now he may appeal to the full appeals court and he may go beyond that to the Supreme Court, but for now the prosecution can go on. President Joe Biden says he's ready to talk with Vladimir Putin under the right conditions about Ukraine and that mister Biden feels of mister Putin if he is serious about ending the war, then they can talk and consultation with my friends and my NATO friends. I'll be happy to sit down with Putin to see what he wants has in mind. He hasn't done in the meantime. I think it's absolutely critical. What Emmanuel said, we must support the Ukrainian people. Meanwhile, president Emmanuel Macron, France, was in The White House today and the two reaffirmed together their commitment that that of NATO and the people of Ukraine. Meanwhile, China's president Xi Jinping has urged European council president Charles Michel to solve the crisis in Ukraine as a way to better the relations between those two. Beijing has made a pivot in the city to loosen some COVID controls, Bloomberg's Emma O'Brien says allowing patients to isolate at home is a definitely a major step. So this is a very big step that that will allow you to quarantine at home. That is a sign that they will accept a little bit more spread of COVID living with COVID style because it does mean less control. And MSS further move away from COVID zero then she says it remains to be seen what other cities will do. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg right. Thanks, head. Let's get to tingle, a chief China economist at Nomura international who joins from Hong Kong. Ting Liu, thanks for being with us. What's your take on the steps that the government in China is taking to relax some of these COVID restrictions? Coming too late now should this pivot perhaps have come at a much earlier time? Well, it's never too late. I think it's just very well come because zero COVID is not sustainable. And I believe they will have to do this. Yes, maybe it's a little bit too late, but I think this is the right step. Yes, the policy wasn't sustainable, but half out of it is going to be an interesting one to navigate. Indeed, what sort of bumps and challenges do you anticipate going ahead? Yeah, well, I believe they now end in zero, but they will have to get into a new stage. That's about flattening the curve. I believe we will see inevitable search of infections in China in the next couple of months. And they will have to be prepared for this. But first and foremost, of course, I believe they need to switch narratives. They need to tell people that most of the people infected of bones have serious disease. It's not a pneumonia. So they won't swamp the hospitals. They're squeezed or the resources. Then, of course, they also need to increase vaccination for this elders. That's a two most important steps for the government. Now, I know your expertise is overall the economy. But if you could get in and look a little bit at the level of the healthcare system, is it sufficient to handle this right now? Have they fortified it in a way where they're better prepared? Well, compared with city states are like Singapore or some of the small economies like the Hong Kong definitely the Mainland China is not really so reaching those resources. But competitors will be compared with a bunch of emerging markets like India and actually asking China is better. And also we need to recognize that omicron is much less what that is and before. So I believe that China has the resources to handle the infection so only

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The Biden Vote Was for Normalcy, Not Change

The Officer Tatum Show

01:07 min | 1 d ago

The Biden Vote Was for Normalcy, Not Change

"You don't understand anything. You have done no research. You should be ashamed of yourself. However, it's not about the truth, it's about what is presented. And when you look at what has been presented, they presented Joe Biden as this balanced guy, they presented Joe Biden as the person who would take the world back to normalcy, right? Because with Donald Trump came a great president, but it also came a lot of came with a lot of drama. And some people ain't built like you and I, they can't handle that much drama. And so they just want to go back to normal. They don't care who it is. They just want to go because they feel like that they could stop the bleeding if they just get another candidate in office. There would be no more shenanigans on television, CNN wouldn't be bashing Trump every day fear mongering talking about the world is coming to an end. They feel like if they got back in the system of the establishment politician that we will see a different, we will see a different world. And some people just want enormously.

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Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 14 min ago

Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"They are one of the few industries in America today that have zero sick paid lead, a separate vote to add the sick leave fail. President Biden and French president Emmanuel Macron at The White House talk about Ukraine. CBS is Skylar Henry. The leader said they remain united with other Western Allies against Russia's invasion of Ukraine. We're going to stand together against this brutality. We will never urge the Ukrainians to make a compromise which will not be acceptable for them. They are so brave and they defend precisely the lives and nation and our principles. President Biden said he would be willing to speak with Russian president Vladimir Putin only if Putin expresses a desire to end the devastating war. I'll be happy to sit down with Putin to see what he wants has in mind. Some big changes could be in store for the Democratic Party, our Jim Crow explains. President Joe Biden says the Democrats should move past what he called restrictive caucuses and embrace diversity in their order of their presidential nomination process. That would deal a major blow to Iowa's decades long status as the leadoff spot in the process. The expectation is that the Democratic National Committee will vote to replace Iowa with South Carolina. Winter storm warnings and advisories are posted from Washington state to California, eastward into the rockies, some areas have already seen snow in a pair of storms. We'll dump anywhere from two to three feet of heavy snow in California Sierra Nevada through the weekend and could also cause travel problems in other parts of the west and northern plains. The Minnesota nurses association members say a lack of sick days and severe understaffing has led to unsafe work conditions for themselves and their patients. Tricia oxner is a registered nurse at children's hospital Minneapolis. Ask any nurse with young

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Republicans Refuse to Criticize the Four Dissenting Railroad Unions

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 1 d ago

Republicans Refuse to Criticize the Four Dissenting Railroad Unions

"The railroad And the workers for the railroads And there are 12 unions as I understand it for them have refused to join in the agreement that the other 8 support So you actually have to get 12 unions to agree in order to avert a strike Mister Amtrak Joe Biden failed In September he lied to the American people as he often does He lied to the American people and he said that basically it was averted But it wasn't averted And just the way he lied to the American people to try and put things off till after the election with the Saudis But those on a course are not impeachable offenses Totally impeachable offense wouldn't involve Trump and Ukraine and they spin and twist a phone call that he had Now here's what amazes me today If we had a business that had the capacity to literally shut down the American economy bring it to its knees People would want to break it up Republicans and Democrats independents all kinds of people No business should have that kind of power over the country And yet when it comes to unions apparently that's okay I haven't heard a single criticism of these four unions not the other 8 These four unions from any Republican I haven't heard a single criticism In fact they're all acting like they're Walter ruther now

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Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on Mark Levin

"Get her day in court. The newspapers gave her about 14 minutes of coverage the media. And of course, she's never had a hearing. Anybody makes an allegation against any Republican? Well, even if they're lying through their teeth, like people making accusations about Kavanaugh or clarence Thomas, they build entire careers on it. But not Tara Reade. But over at the daily caller, as reported by Diana glib, exclusive Tyree calls Republican majority house to investigate alleged sexual assault by Joe Biden. I mean, I guess it just depends who you're sexually assaulted by. That's how sick this whole thing's come. Come to be. Former Senate aide Tyra Reed called on House Republicans to launch an investigation. Into allegations that she was sexually assaulted by then senator Joe Biden in 1993, telling the daily caller that she would be willing to testify under oath. It would be a very difficult thing if I could testify her oath, Reed told the caller. Adding that she would provide whatever information Congress needed and Congress could ask me whatever questions they wanted. I don't think Liz Cheney's. Down with the battle there, I'd really don't. It doesn't advance Liz Cheney. I think we need to have the conversation instead of me being erased, and other women that were erased and tried to come forward, read out. Saying that House Republicans should launch an investigation while they have a majority. Now just stop there. That's some news right there, isn't it mister? I think we need to have the conversation of state of me being erased and other women that were erased that tried to come forward. We see Joe Biden. He's a pervert. It's a perfect. Let's just be honest. Here's what he is. Now, I understand, and today's culture, being a pervert, is very important. Yes. You have certain rights. Under the civil rights division of the Justice Department, you have certain rights under your teacher union contract and so forth, but for a lot of us being a pervert is a problem. Because we don't like perverts. We don't think it's culturally acceptable. But listen to the sentence one more time. I think we need to have the conversation. Instead of me being erased and other women that were erased the tried to come forward. So other women have tried to come forward and they've been blocked and the media have not reported on this because they're part of the Democrat party industrial complex. It's that simple. So Joe Biden, yes, I'm implying by this, but the cover ups on, so I'm applied what I want. Was a serial molester. That's what she's implying here. Read our ledge that Biden's sexually assaulted her in a Senate corridor in 1993. By pinning her against the wall and reaching under a clothing before sexually violating her. God, she said she filed a police report in 2020 about the incident that no third investigation has ever taken place. Isn't that amazing? It's really the only case of something like this. There's never really been an investigation. I'm sure Nancy Pelosi ran to her defense. Oh, she didn't. I'm sure AOC oh no. Susan Collins, no? Kamala Harris? No? Amy Klobuchar? No. None of them? Gillibrand? No. Interns and others that worked alongside read and Biden's Senate office denied knowing that any sexual misconduct took place between read and Biden. So The New York Times reported in 2020, citing interviews with former staffers, she could also not remember some details about the incident, including the exact time date location according to the outlet. But she's got a lot more information than anybody who accused Kavanaugh of anything did, or Thomas. Biden's staffers who work would read at the time, including aids, Dennis toner, chief of staff, Ted Kaufman, executive assistant Marion baker, all denied the Reed came forward to them about the alleged sexual assaults. Oh, okay. Turner and Kaufman told NPR, they didn't remember Reed, and that she did not come to them about the allegations. Hawaii would she. Why would she run around and say, you know what? I was molested. I was molested. If the Senate staff that served under Biden had to go under oath, Reid said, I think they would have to admit something very different. He would put his fingers underneath the back of my neck underneath my hair, gee, he's never done that before in public. And then run his fingers up and down, Reed said. He would massage my shoulders and touch me. It was just weird. She added, noting this happened before the incident in the hallway. While he's done that to many people, including little girls, we've seen it with our own eyes. It'd have to be Helen Keller not to see it. Spokespeople for Biden had reportedly denied the allegations. Oh, I thought they would confess. The White House did not respond to the daily call at the time of publication. I reclaimed her mother called into Larry King alive in August of 1993. We remember that. And asked Larry King what her daughter could do other than go to the press with prom she encountered after working for a prominent senator. The only problem there is prominent. Biden's always been a low life, to be honest. Audio shows that a woman did call into the show at the time and Reed has claimed that the woman online was her mother. That seems pretty

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A New Episode of 'Things That Never Happened' With Joe Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 1 d ago

A New Episode of 'Things That Never Happened' With Joe Biden

"When Joe Biden's about to tell a fable a tall tale or an outright lie what does he do He says I'm not joking And he lies about his autobiography and his backstory and out of his family all the time all the time Almost nothing this guy said about his life story's true So there's a dark web series Jim and a dark web in the office No one knows what he's doing Introduce the number of viruses into the Westwood one cumulus program fall around in a dark web Mike's always standing by watching him getting ready if he's fired to take the con at a moment's notice But during his time on the dark web Jim found this series We don't know where it is Amazon Prime or Netflix but it's called things that never happened And the episodes of things that never happened are shockingly always about Joe Biden because he's a plethora a cornucopia of material We haven't seen a new episode in a while Jim found one during the break So here's the trailer check this out Things that never happened with Joe Biden start building the second school and revitalize the use of the Cherokee language By the way she spent a lot of time on other reservations other nations as well I'm worried she's not going to come home on these days when she goes You think I'm joking I'm telling you I hear more about the navajos and I hear about me You all think I'm kidding This has been things that never happened with Joe Biden Joe Biden I promise you has never mentioned that Jill Biden or Joe the Navajo I take that back They had a meeting with Elizabeth Warren and that may have come up a couple of times but I promise you there has been no discussion of the Navajo Nation in the Biden household at all How do I know Because Joe Biden said they talked about and said he wasn't joking which is the cue every time that it's a thing that never happened

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Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:46 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Georgia has profoundly changed the last couple of years. I really hope that we're able to get Herschel Walker across the finish line. So if you're in Georgia, I highly encourage you to show up and vote, play cut 36, Brian Kemp on Herschel Walker. Does Herschel Walker share your values? Well, listen, when I'm talking about going to Washington D.C. and fighting for what Georgians need, I'm talking about the border, 40 year high inflation, astronomical gas prices since Joe Biden took office in the agenda that Raphael has supported up there. I mean, to me, it's that simple in this race. And that's why I'm voting for Herschel walker. I want somebody to go up there and just go fight for our state and fight for our citizens, not fight to support a president that really in my view is not upholding the values of what Georgians won't. Just want to say, if you live in Georgia, we have to show up in record numbers. Unfortunately, it looks like Raphael Warnock is getting his voters out to the polls, spending a lot of money. I would hate to see us all of a sudden have a 52 person Democrat Senate in a state that should be structurally Republican as Georgia. So if you are in Georgia if you have friends in Georgia, voting does not take a long period of time, please make a priority to do this ahead of Tuesday, Tuesday is the runoff between walker and Warnock. And I just think it is mission critical to get Herschel Walker across the finish line, but Democrat operatives are increasingly rejoicing and excited because they're hitting every single one of their metrics and I sure hope that we show up in record numbers in big, in a big way. Right now, the Senate composition is 51 49, yeah, that's right. It would be 51 49 instead of 50 50. That's right. It would be 51 49. Think. Yeah, I think that's right. If we're not coins, because they would have flipped one seat in Pennsylvania with fetterman. It's still hard to believe. Has huge implications for 24. We've got to get Herschel Walker in the U.S. Senate. Thanks so much for listening, everybody. Email me your thoughts as always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Thank you so much for listening. God bless. For more, on many of these stories and news you can trust. Go to Charlie Kirk dot com..

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Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes Convicted of Seditious Conspiracy

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:36 min | 1 d ago

Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes Convicted of Seditious Conspiracy

"Talk to us first about this conviction because this seems like, according to all the legal experts, this is kind of a big deal as Joe Biden would say. It is hard to prove seditious conspiracy, and this was a good day for the government. Yeah, it absolutely was a great day and for those of you who actually read the book they want to kill Americans, you probably would have had most of the details of the indictment against Stewart road written out in that long narrative form showing he had started this conspiracy way back in 2020. And I've mentioned several times on this show that the reason I wrote that book was the things we were seeing that were happening between the oath keepers and the Proud Boys in August of 2020. And by September, they were exhorting all of their followers to start buying body armor, weapons, equipment, to go out and get tactical training and to be prepared for the post election period. And that's when the true conspiracy began that they were intending to act as a militia for Donald Trump personally. And to affect the overthrow of the government of the United States. So seditious conspiracy with the last time that anyone had been convicted of that was in 1992, 1993 with the guy who blew up the first World Trade Center bomb. Yeah. Um, Abdul Rahman in New York City. Conspiracy to attack the United States. So now Stuart roads is in the exact same position as Al-Qaeda.

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Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on Sound ON

Sound ON

01:01 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "joe biden" discussed on Sound ON

"This is something Europe has been doing for decades. I don't really like it when the Europeans do it. I don't really like it when we do it. But who is he to complain, really? They create an entire airplane company out of government large S to compete with our private sector companies. For years, the Europeans have been doing this. The French in particular, to me, is not a really a legitimate complaint from our very good ally. But they're going to, they're going to tweak this, though, to make sure that everyone's included, I guess we included Jeannie the language free trade partners, so as to not have China, for instance, get involved. But they didn't mean to exclude the Europeans. How does this end? Well, you know, it is not sitting well with Macron and most Europeans. I mean, to your point, that he described it at one point as a super aggressive, and he has said it will kill a lot of jobs in Europe and it has to be synchronized and to Lester's point they're talking about adopting by European provisions, right? They're saying you're going to do this, we're going to do it back. So it's something that's going to have to be addressed and we heard John Kirby say that they have every expectation it came up in the meeting today and that they would continue to talk about it, but he is, I think, reflecting as his leader of Europe now that he has become this is the sentiment of the Europeans as they look at both the chips act and as they look at the inflation reduction act and what Joe Biden has been pushing, this build and buy in America. Yeah, it was interesting to hear from Emmanuel Macron on this issue. And a number of senators yesterday said it was certainly not their intention. So France and simply did not contours for an exemption or another for our economy. But simply to discuss the consequences of this legislation. What do you make of that comment Leslie? Hey, we didn't come here, you know, for you guys to change it. We just wanted to talk this out. Well, you know, this is inevitable when the government gets in the business of supporting one certain part of industry vice another part of industry when we move too far away from a free market, we're going to have issues like this. This is the conundrum of centrally managed economies. This is very small compared to what a country like China is confronting, which is why they're running into a bus saw right now. So I think my old school Republican lesson from all of this is, boy, we should really hesitate before we do any kind of industrial subsidies. However, we do them. It should only be of the last resort. Because there are so many unintended consequences of them, and then you get into this micromanagement, which is never going to work out terrifically. Lester and Genie stay where you are as we turn to the rail strike, it's not happening and it's un fem. This is Bloomberg. Not completing high school is more of a social thing than it was an academic thing. I came out in the 11th grade. Nobody was embracing you. The kids were cruel. It was very difficult to be gay. Even though all these years have passed, I still had that longing to have my diploma. The hard part was determining that I was gonna do it. But I definitely didn't do it alone. At age 30, with the help of her mentor, Carissa finished her high school diploma. I have a mentor, Maria. She convinced me to continue my education and finish what I started to get my diploma. Just never judges. She's a true role model. If you're even considering getting your high school diploma, go get

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Oath Keepers' Rhodes guilty of Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Oath Keepers' Rhodes guilty of Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy

"The head of the group, all the keepers has been found guilty of charges connected to the capital insurrection. I Norman hall. A Washington D.C. jury convicted oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes of seditious conspiracy for violent plot to overturn president Joe Biden's election, wrote was acquitted on two other conspiracy charges, defense attorney at tarpley. We're grateful for the not guilty verdicts that were received, were disappointed in the guilty verdict. The case handed the Justice Department a major victory in its massive prosecution of the January 6th, 2021 insurrection, seditious conspiracy, calls for up to 20 years behind bars and appeal will be filed. Norman hall, Washington

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Respect for Marriage Act Will Impact Your Priest, Preachers & You

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 2 d ago

Respect for Marriage Act Will Impact Your Priest, Preachers & You

"Lot going on up on Capitol Hill. That's going to impact your preacher. Now, I suspect a good many of you actually are regular church attenders you go to mass, maybe you go to synagogue, you go to church, whenever the doors are open, if you're a baptist, well you got Sunday morning, then you got Sunday school, and then you got Sunday discipleship training and then Sunday Night services, and then you've got Wednesday, prayer meeting service. Baptist go to church a lot. What can I tell you? But the reality is you folks who go to church, what's happening up on Capitol Hill today is going to impact you and you need to be very, very, very, very concerned. About what the Republicans are going to be up to. And you say, well, Tom, wait a second. I thought the Democrats were in charge of the. So yes, they are in charge. But 12 Republican senators, including Willard Mitt Romney and Lisa Murkowski, have sided with the Democrats to advance the respect for marriage act. Now, here's what we're looking for and we're waiting for. We are waiting for the vote, but we're also waiting for an amendment a vote on an amendment senator Mike Lee and Marco Rubio among others have urged their colleagues to insert language that would protect your preachers because as it now stands. If this law goes into effect, if this law happens, if Joe Biden signs his John Hancock on the piece of paper, then your pastor and your church would be subjected to lawsuit, so if let's just say a gay activist comes and they say, hey, we want to be married in your church and you say, well, we can't do that because you know we're Presbyterian or whatever. And they could, at that point, under this law, sue you.

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Biden, Macron ready to talk Ukraine, trade in state visit

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Biden, Macron ready to talk Ukraine, trade in state visit

"France's president is heading to Washington for the first state visit of Joe Biden's presidency. The relationship between the two presidents had a choppy start last year, French president Emmanuel Macron briefly recalled his ambassador to the United States due to a spat over a submarine steel. However, the relationship has since turned around with Macron emerging as one of Biden's most forward facing European allies in regards to the war in Ukraine. The leaders have a lot to discuss during Macron's visit, including Iran's nuclear program and China's assertiveness in the indo Pacific. I'm Karen Chammas

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Ryan Girdusky: The GOP Disenfranchised White College Educated Voters

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:52 min | 2 d ago

Ryan Girdusky: The GOP Disenfranchised White College Educated Voters

"I want to begin by asking you to tell us a little bit about what you think happened in the midterms because I know people have sort of been debating this. The last month, you know, what happened, what we can do better next time. And I think that we need to talk about it because that way we can have a better game plan moving forward into 2024 and future elections so that we aren't blindsided again. I think there are a lot of things happen. I don't think there's any singular one lesson to be learned. I think there's multiple lessons. So let's start with the fact that turnout. The media has created this narrative, first of all, there was a quote unquote youthquake that millions of young people angry about abortion came out and voted in masses to elect Democrats. The data so far shows that that didn't happen at all. Didn't happen whatsoever. Republican turnout was actually extremely good in this election. And minority turnout, especially among Democrats, was extremely poor. That's why you're looking at Republicans probably getting over 40% of the Asian vote, somewhere in the high 30s of the Hispanic vote. And the black vote remains basically stagnated about 10%. Where Republicans faltered was among white college educated voters, especially independent voters. They were really disenfranchised with the Republican Party, even though they agree with them on issues like crime and immigration, and they don't approve of Joe Biden's performance in The White House. They were very upset over two big issues one being abortion and the idea of a national abortion ban. And secondly, the narrative over the fact that the 2020 election was so they didn't want to look backwards. They wanted to look forward. And I think that and on top of that, you've had major Republican both candidates and senators like Rick Scott and candidates like masters talking about the idea of privatizing social security, really, really irritated a lot of independent voters. So take us to Arizona, Arizona had a four Republicans win and four Republicans lose. The four who lost ran, it was a Blake Lake of hobby and in that one other guy they ran as a ticket on the 2020 election being stolen. The four who won was Kimberly E Tom Thorne and then two other big Republicans and they won on conservative platform issues. Tom Thorne defeated an incumbent running against CRT running against DEI running against bilingual education. Kimberly Lee Yi is not a moderate Republican. She's very conservative. But their message was looking forward to not backwards and they won. And I think that in states and places where the issues were very quality of life conversations like New York with crime. You serve Republican search and when the election really became about Donald Trump, you saw Republicans lose.

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Senate set to vote on bill protecting same-sex marriages

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

Senate set to vote on bill protecting same-sex marriages

"The Senate is set to vote on a bill to protect same sex marriages, I'm Lisa dwyer. The Senate is set to vote today on legislation to protect same sex and interracial marriages, putting Congress one step closer to ensuring that such unions are enshrined in federal law. Senate Democrats are moving quickly to pass the bill while they still hold the majority in both chambers, the house still has to vote on the legislation and send it to president Joe Biden's desk. The passage for respect for marriage act would force states to recognize all marriages that were legal where they were performed. It would also protect interracial marriages by requiring states to recognize legal marriages regardless of sex, race, ethnicity, or national origin, the vote on final passage is scheduled for this afternoon, I'm Lisa dwyer

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Joe Biden: Guns Have No Value Except for Manufacturer Profit

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 3 d ago

Joe Biden: Guns Have No Value Except for Manufacturer Profit

"The idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick You don't allow them moron and you're the one who's sick They're in the constitution remember It's the choice between democracy and autocracy Probably the most autocratic president we've ever had And that's saying something We allow you to have these weapons Thank God for the framers Thank God for the Bill of Rights that were later pushed by the states And adopted the first ten amendments Thank goodness Can you imagine free speech Poof Free exercise religion poof We communist China right now As it is as it is we're losing ground Those of us who believe in liberty Go ahead It has no no social demon values Zero none Not a single solitary rationale for it it's a properly done Can you profit for the gun manufacturers That's it So when you folks go and you buy guns are you doing it so the manufacturers can get rich So the big gun big oil Big baby formula big agriculture big tampon Big mouth here Joe Biden Now we buy them because we need them and want them for protection for target shooting but the undermine the cops And what do you need to semi-automatic weapon for I don't know If somebody breaks into my house I sure as hell hope I have one

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Biden calls on Congress to avert a nationwide rail crisis

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Biden calls on Congress to avert a nationwide rail crisis

"A rail strike is looming and the impact on the U.S. economy could be broad. President Joe Biden is calling on Congress to pass legislation to intervene and block a railroad strike before next month's deadline. Four rail unions that represent more than half of the 115,000 workers in the industry have rejected the current deals. Business groups said even a short term strike would have a tremendous impact on business and could cause economic pain across the country. 8 other rail unions have ratified their deals that include 24% raises and $5000 in bonuses. The four unions still negotiating say the deals did not resolve workers concerns about demanding schedules and

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Donald Trump Is the Most Pro-Jewish, Pro-Israel President in History

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 3 d ago

Donald Trump Is the Most Pro-Jewish, Pro-Israel President in History

"The reason it's not the end of the world It's because Donald Trump has demonstrated That he's not anti Jew He's not anti black He's not anti Hispanic quite the contrary He is demonstrated through action That he is the most Pro Jewish pro Israel president in modern history Perhaps in history period And all you have to do is ask the Israelis Not the secularists in America the Israelis Even on our college campuses he reached in signed in an executive order to try and protect Jewish students who are abused on our college campuses more on that in a moment And as for white racism how and where How and where So people with truly heartfelt views who are not trying to exploit this for political reasons Their views I'm interested in But that excludes a lot of people Including Joe Biden Including most of the congressional black caucus Including most of the media Including The New York Times and The Washington Post

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Larry Taunton Talks Voter Fraud

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | 6 d ago

Larry Taunton Talks Voter Fraud

"Welcome back, talking to Larry Alex Staunton Larry. We've seen such unprecedented things. The voting fraud. I think because we didn't get the red wave, we might have been hoping for. I think it's a good thing because I think it is forcing more people to realize, wait a minute, this is genuinely rigged. No one believes John fetterman grunted his way to victory. Nobody believes that Carrie Lake lost. Nobody could really honestly believe that Joe Biden won. I mean, it doesn't make sense and you're looking around and you think like something rotten has entered our political life and the folks who don't like pro American figures, whether it's Trump or Carrie Lake or Doug master yano, that they will do literally anything to keep them out of power and that they've simply taken election fraud or whatever it is manipulation to a new level and if we the people don't wake up to this. If we don't go to bat against this stuff, it's over. We have no America. Yeah, well, let me just say something very, very quickly, a little anecdote your listeners might appreciate. What an impressive lady Carrie Lake is. I say that Georgia maloney, the new prime minister of Italy, the populist candidate is the Carrie Lake of Italy. I mean, Carrie Lake is just a powerhouse, but I was with you at Mar-a-Lago and we're sitting, I don't know if you remember this, but we're chatting in the lobby and you look over my shoulder and you say, hey, hey, there's the next governor of Arizona. And I turned and looked and it was Carrie Lake.

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It Seems Unlikely That Inflation Will Be Curbed Anytime Soon

The Trish Regan Show

01:35 min | Last week

It Seems Unlikely That Inflation Will Be Curbed Anytime Soon

"Announcing that it is going to switch to smaller interest rate hikes. Soon, apparently, like possibly as soon as December. Great, because that'll really do wonders to curb this inflation that is still near 8%. I mean, it's been just massive. Look, the reality is this, they pumped what nearly $7 trillion into the economy when it was all said and done. And I'm talking the combination between the Federal Reserve and Joe Biden's big plans and the Democrats big plans. And by the way, it's not like the Republicans are blameless in any of this anyway, because they went through with one two COVID stimulus checks, followed by more stimulus, because that's all politicians know how to do. So it should give us some concern about the future. I don't know how. I don't know how the fed curbs inflation when they're actually looking at just hiking by .5 as opposed to .75 as they had originally intended to in the month of December. I mean, don't forget. The last time we saw inflation like this was back in the early 80s. And when I say inflation like this, it's because this inflation today is very similar to what we saw back in the 80s. In fact, if you look on an apples to apples basis with the same exact criteria that they used back in the early 80s, guess what? You find that we are looking at more like 16 17% inflation as opposed to this 7, 8% that they're telling

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Supreme Court Allows Release of Trump Tax Returns to House

Mark Levin

01:44 min | Last week

Supreme Court Allows Release of Trump Tax Returns to House

"Supreme Court today without opinion without opining Under John Roberts has ordered that president Trump's last 6 years of his tax returns are to be presented to the House of Representatives Now this is really an extraordinary ruling To what ends well the House of Representatives under the Democrats still use president Trump's tax returns For political ends they will leak them Then we'll try and trigger further criminal investigations They will bring on phony experts on TV to say this is a violation That's this That's that And it's never ending In the Supreme Court ordered this There's a silver lining not for president Trump but for the Republicans on Capitol Hill And I'm telling you I'm going to hold their feet to the fire This is no joke here We're not patsies here The only thing we are special pleaders for is liberty and the truth You're going to investigate the Biden family The House judiciary committee The House oversight committee Then you just need to see the tax returns of every Biden family matter a member who is in the Biden crime family Hunter Biden's tax returns James Biden's tax returns The rest of the extended family and Joe Biden's tax returns

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OnPolitics: COVID-19 era student loan pause remains

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

OnPolitics: COVID-19 era student loan pause remains

"The pause on student loan repayment has been extended. I'm Lisa dwyer. President Joe Biden has announced that his administration will extend a pause on federal student loan payments while The White House fights a legal battle to save his plan to cancel portions of the debt. The secretary of education is extending the pause on student loan payments. While we seek relief from the courts, but no later than June 30 2023. Which would give the Supreme Court an opportunity to hear the case in its current term. Last week, the Department of Justice asked the Supreme Court to consider the issue and reinstate Biden's debt cancellation plan. It isn't fair to ask tens of

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The Link Between the DNC and FTX With Natalie Winters

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:40 min | Last week

The Link Between the DNC and FTX With Natalie Winters

"Published numerous articles on this topic on the FDX scandal. Your expertise in the past for us has been on COVID. What's going on in China? We're going to discuss all that and more. Please follow this lady right now. Natalie winters on Twitter. So let's begin at the beginning. I'm a complete neophyte, I'm a skeptic Bitcoin is all a big con, although I do like, you know, a financial system or a carrier of worth. It is independent of the fed and other government influences. But give us the basics. Let's start at the beginning. Who is Caroline Ellison? And who is this Sam bankman of freed? What do we need to know about FTX? Because they had their own currency, but this is also a kind of aggregator of other Bitcoin investments. But you give us the one O one, please. Sure. I too am a luddite in the sense that I think cryptocurrency is a scam and it always has been in this whole FTX incident is just the latest example of that, but there's really interesting political ramifications really worldwide that you can sort of tease out from the unraveling of FTX. So I think most people know Sam bankman freed. I think that interview you just played of Caroline Allison is probably a close runner up to some of the more awkward interviews that SBS has given. But Sam bankman freed really became one of the leading donors to the Democratic Party during the 2020 campaign. Of course, in the midterms. And other second biggest off the George Soros, correct? $40 million. But also other, I know you know that I talk a lot about COVID and the Chinese Communist Party. They're also links with FTX there as well. But sandbank has also been sort of bankrolling using his billions of dollars to fund different advocacy groups that aren't even necessarily political expenditures in a campaign sense, but his brother. Lots of conservative ones I'm sure like Second Amendment pro life organizations. Right, Natalie. Oh, of course. Yeah, no, not quite. One of my favorite ones, because again, as Steve always says on board, there are no conspiracies only coincidences. But Sam bankman freed's brother was actually appointed to run a group called guarding against pandemics where they deployed hundreds of thousands of dollars to run ads to help Joe Biden pass pandemic legislation, but before I get into the weeds on that, all of that to say that SPF is a major power player within the kind of ecosystem of democratic campaign financing, but it's more than just that $40 million sum that was deployed in the most recent midterm election.

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WH Press Corp Locked Out of Naomi Biden's Wedding, Except for Vogue

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | Last week

WH Press Corp Locked Out of Naomi Biden's Wedding, Except for Vogue

"White House press corps, you know, they were righteously indicted and they fired off a letter. They were demanding access to The White House wedding, Haram Haram. And the Biden said, nope, can't do it. It's a private event. Yes, a private event at the people's house, I might add. So you might imagine everyone's surprise when the latest edition of Vogue magazine comes out and guess who got exclusive footage of the Biden wedding. That's right folks, Vogue magazine. And they did a huge photo spread and they did a lavish write up, talking about all of the cakes and the desserts and the food and the dresses. Whatnot. And grace baker, you know what's interesting is, and all of these Vogue magazine photos. Yes. I'm not seeing too many of miss Naomi with grandpa Joe. No. Can I just say the Vogue cover is a little creepy to me because it's got the bride. Sprawled out her dress is beautiful. It looks rather sexual. I'm getting to that. So she's like laying across the couch and then about the couch. Thank you. And then you've got Jill Biden. You would think it would be the husband behind her, right? Embracing her. It's interesting the hair. It's her own mother and it looks like she's sniffing her hair. It's really creepy. Grandma is sniffing the hand. And grandma's dress is a little short there. A little provocative. Just a little for, you know, that sort of a thing. I might want to close those legs together, misses doctor First Lady Joe Biden. I mean, again, I get it. The bidens, but I'm like, where's the husband? Nobody

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:34 min | 3 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"But the speech itself is an illegitimate, invalidating speech for any president of the United States. So what does that mean for us? Many of you are emailing us freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. What do I do? What do I do? You can not solve something. You do not know. It's an old proverb. What do you do the first thing that must be done and this is something we talk about a fair amount on this program. Because we must have a collective mindset shift. You are a dissident in your own country. I'm going to get some emails right now, freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Charlie, I refuse to be a dissident. I'm a veteran. I'm a police officer. And man, do I sympathize with that sentiment? I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news. You no longer control the country. Now you might say, well, Charlie, we might not control the government, but we control the country. They control every cultural main cultural institution. They're trying to take over the church. They take over the intelligence agencies, but that doesn't mean we're defeated. In fact, it's good news. It should be liberating to say that we are dissidents in our own country. It should be exhilarating. We could defeat these people. They're worried that their regime is cracking. The speech last evening by Joe Biden is not a speech given. From confidence, it's a speech given from paranoia. They've been running the same play post January 6th call half the country fascists call half the country insurrectionists, the same way that Joseph Stalin did in the 1929 speech I've got about kulaks. Run the same play, and we only get stronger. And now it's getting real. This is exactly why they had to have the 87,000 new IRS agents because these threats against the widespread of the country, you might think to yourself you might be a farmer in Indiana or you might be a small business owner in Missouri or you might be a teacher in the beautiful state of Kansas, and you might say, okay, yeah, they can call me domestic terrorist, what are they going to do to me? Do to me, but the 87,000 new IRS agents is trying to make it personal. And guess what? It's going to get personal. You think we're going to take the country back without every single one of us losing something? Impossible. The country will not be taken back without sacrifice. You might have to be audited by some degenerate bureaucrat from the IRS and fight them tooth and nail. You might lose friendships. You might be doxxed, this is all part of what it's going to take to reclaim our republic, but it requires a mindset shift, one that makes people deeply uncomfortable at times. Because at times we as conservatives and I speak at a lot of different events and I totally understand this because you get angry, you say, Charlie, I've done everything. I was a police officer, as a firefighter. I paid my taxes. I voted Republican. I raised my kids. I went to church. I prayed with them. I raised good human beings. And now you're telling me I have to be a dissident in my own country. Yes. That's right. What does that even mean to be a dissonant and one's own country? Recognize you're in the minority, not if the people, there's more of us, but they control all the power centers. And we have to destabilize those power centers, take them over peacefully, strategically, we have to delegitimize these leaders and we have to be relentless. This is not a time for the faint of heart. This is going to be a long fight..

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:12 min | 3 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. I've watched a lot of speeches in my short decade career of doing this. And I love history and hillsdale college is a wonderful job of educating the world on history and so I've seen a fair amount of speeches and so I watched the speech from the very beginning. And I had to pause it. I said, what the heck is going on? First of all, they choose, he chooses to give this speech at independence hall. A place where our freedom was articulated into words, one of the course of human events that becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands that have tied them to another, deriving from the equal. Stations of power, screwing up the words that go further on, but it eventually says deriving from the powers of the laws of nature and nature's God. And this beautiful independence hall was desecrated. So Joe Biden walks center stage with Jill Biden and the moment that Joe Biden walks on stage, the entire imagery turns red. With red lights going upwards. And two marines come out and Flank him. And these red lights are there all throughout the speech and then Joe Biden walks all the way out to center stage. And the imagery looked like something out of the 1930s. And I don't say this lightly. And I can't stand one everyone compares everything to Nazi Germany. I think that is overdone. I think that it is just kind of a lazy and sloppy throwaway line. In fact, we have a rule here on the Charlie Kirk show, which is not to compare everything to Hitler, but I'll be very honest. It was very hilarious. There is no other explanation than this. The red lights coming up and so then Joe Biden comes center stage. Clumsily to the podium. Flanked by two marines, no mistake for that, by the way. That was completely and totally designed as if I run the military, listen to what I'm saying. We're going to use the full force of the federal government against you. We are going to crush our enemies. And as I was rewatching the speech and I was listening to the word selection, I was listening to what the theme of a prime time address in front of our independence hall. Independence hall that is not Republican. It is not Democrat, independence hall that is the birthplace of our freedom as a country, the desecration by Joe Biden to do this. Ghost center stage and the best way I can articulate this and I do not use these words lightly. I do not say this, jokingly, and I do not say this happily. It was a domestic call for the suppression of political opponents. It was almost like a declaration of war. Against half the country. I don't find joy in saying them. In fact, I spent an hour this morning. Workshopping the words, I said, was it anything else in that? Is there any other way to explain what Joe Biden did here? Why did I hesitate to say that on air? Because when your president declares war on half the country, there's just no going back from that. And I said this in the open, I'm going to say it again. Part of the speech was designed to provoke you into a reaction. It was abating speech. Do not fall for it. Stay peaceful. Stay happy, stay joyful..

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"joe biden" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

08:05 min | 5 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on Today, Explained

"It's today explained I'm Noelle king, President Biden might have scores of geopolitical and diplomatic reasons to visit Saudi Arabia, but there is one big reason that the American public cares deeply about. Gas prices. Jonathan geier is a senior foreign policy writer at vox covering Joe Biden and the world. Jonathan, what's going on with this trip? Biden and his administration are just doing everything they can to lower oil prices. The turmoil of Russia's war on Ukraine has obviously contributed to prices, Saudi Arabia is kind of caught between in this geopolitics and surprisingly hasn't really overtly sided with the U.S. kind of playing both sides. So it's not totally clear what Joe Biden can get out of this visit, but I think everyone watching is going to interpret it as him trying to go there to lower oil prices. The problem is, if oil prices don't get that much lower in response to this trip, it's not going to look like a very successful use of presidential power. Can you just lay out what Saudi Arabia can do with regard to oil prices? I mean, the United States produces a lot of oil itself. It produces a lot of natural gas. What exactly can Saudi Arabia do for the United States that the U.S. can't do for itself? The narrative that the U.S. has become energy independent has been a little bit overblown. I mean, prices are still determined by this international market. And what MBS and the Saudi government can't do is increase production a couple million barrels a day. It's not a whole lot, but it might be enough with other factors and other efforts to help lower prices a little bit. The bigger issue here, though, has to do with refineries. There's just not enough oil refineries right now due to a whole load of reasons. Building a refinery is a multi-billion dollar investment. It may take a decade. We haven't had a refiner built in the United States since the 1970s. That's why it just seems a little questionable. Why the president would want to go all in, backtracking on some promises on the campaign as president and go meet with MBS hat in hand as so many people have described it when the result may not be that fruitful when it comes to oil prices. Let's talk about how Joe Biden has talked about Saudi Arabia in the past. Looking at what Biden has said as vice president as presidential candidate, you get the sense he's very conflicted about Saudi Arabia. He's very critical then, called them a pariah on the campaign trail. And I would make it very clear. We were not going to in fact sell more weapons to them. We were going to, in fact, make them pay the price and make them, in fact, the pariah that they are. This was largely because Mohammed bin Salman, The Crown prince, had ordered the assassination of a U.S. resident, Jamal Khashoggi, Washington Post columnist, really heinous brutal murder. He was strangled as soon as he entered the building by a team of Saudi assassins, who then dismembered his body. A lot of people consider MBS the reason why there's been a prolonged really devastating war in Yemen, where thousands of civilians have died. The fighting around who they support in the incessant Saudi led bombardment, aid agencies say, has created a perfect storm. One that leaves the parties to the conflict and their international backers with blood on their hands. And even as vice president, he says you know the Saudis weren't always that helpful. They're not helpful in dealing with other U.S. interests in the Middle East. We have not remained silent with Saudi Arabia. And I certainly have it remained silent with Saudi Arabia. Jonathan, how unusual, though, is it really for a U.S. president to campaign saying one thing and then become president and have to do something completely different? Well, Biden is unusual because he came in as the statesman president. I mean, no one since George H. W. Bush has had this much experience on the world stage Senate foreign relations committee as vice president. He was kind of Obama's Middle East fixer. So this isn't just any old presidential candidate making promises. When Joe Biden says he's going to make Saudi Arabia a pariah, you kind of imagine he's going to go for it. President Biden keeps insisting including in a kind of vaguely worded op-ed in The Washington Post that this visit is actually about security. So what's in play security wise? The Biden administration is trying to put forward a new security architecture, new security deals that put Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and other Arab countries together in a fight against Iran. And it looks like the Biden administration is really doubling down on that much to the anger of human rights activists who are very quick to point out that many of these Arab states are anything but democratic. As The White House released an itinerary of what the president will be doing, will he and Mohammed bin Salman be sitting down one on one. What will this visit look like exactly? So Biden has had this really kind of confusing policy up until now that he would not meet directly with MBS. Mister president, will you be open to meeting with The Crown prince Mohammed bin Salman if you do end up going to Saudi Arabia? We're getting way ahead of ourselves here. When I want to do the problem with that is he's going to meet with him in this visit and it really looks like about face and a walk down. Now there have been some incredible scenes reported. The Wall Street Journal showed this scene of Jake Sullivan, Biden's national security adviser, meeting with MBS and MBS showed up in gym shorts and was screaming at Jake Sullivan. I mean, I can't emphasize enough that MBS is erratic. He's paranoid, some intelligence experts. I've spoken to compare him to Saddam Hussein. The number two official in Saudi intelligence who fled the country is now fearing for his life, called him a psychopath in 60 minutes. I am here. To sound the alarm. About a psychopath, killer, in the Middle East, with infinite resources, who poses threat to his people, to the Americans, and to the planet. MBS is a really frightening character, and he's not somebody you want the U.S. president to be meeting with, but now, with this trip, it's all but inevitable. I wonder about Mohammed bin Salman and how it plays for him at home. If he makes agreements with Joe Biden on security on oil on increasing oil production, does he risk losing anything? Making agreements with the American president who called his country a pariah, who has gone after him personally? Well, I think it's worth keeping in mind just how popular MBS is in Saudi Arabia. Because in parallel to these heinous human rights violation, he's conducted in the world and in his own country arresting feminist activists, all sorts of members of his royal court, all sorts of prominent businessmen, MBS has also presided over a great reform culturally of Saudi Arabia, opening it up to concerts and movie theaters and women driving. Now, you could say a lot of this is superficial, but for a very young country in Saudi Arabia is a very young country population wise. He's very popular. And I think there is a huge respect and affinity for America. Not just its Hollywood pop culture and all that, but look, America had Saudi Arabia's back in the first Gulf War when Saddam Hussein very well could have invaded Saudi Arabia.

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"joe biden" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

13:02 min | 11 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on Today, Explained

"But working to reduce harmful and illicit content on their platforms is never done. Keeping your feet safe will continue to be everyone's priority at Facebook. Learn more about how they're helping people connect and share safely at about FB dot com slash safety. You're a stupid son of a bitch. Matthew, we just ran through the ABCs of Biden's blunders. But tell me, why does it feel like he just doesn't really know what he's doing right now? I think that you oftentimes see this with presidents when the economic fundamentals are going poorly for them. Their approval ratings get low, and then they attract a lot of criticism, like why is he making this mistake? Why is he making that mistake? And then they try to respond to critics out there and the responses don't really work, which makes them look more kind of incompetent and you get this downward spiral and oh, it's an administration and crisis. I do think it's important to remember that most people just don't pay that much attention to politics or to the news. And then what's actually playing out in reality in terms of COVID cases and economics matters so much more than these kind of day to today decisions about what message do you put out or what tactics do you use? But it's like, you're talking about things that are somewhat out of his control, but it feels like this mansion in cinema thing is more sort of illustrative of just this decades long experienced senator just fundamentally misunderstanding the things that he should fully understand. I mean, he spent nearly 40 years as a senator, but he's so spectacularly unsuccessful at convincing two of his colleagues to support his legislation. How do we explain that? Biden is a very experienced U.S. senator. He knows a lot about how this stuff works. And he has shown, I think some real aptitude in surprising people with his ability to get certain things done. One of the biggest problems that he ran into is that he was so good at convincing cinema and mansion and the more moderate democratic senators to back him on the American rescue plan that I think it created unrealistic expectations. Historic legislation is about rebuilding the backbone of this country and giving people this nation to work in people with middle class folks. People built the country of fighting chance. When they first rolled out that $1.8 trillion proposal, I was on a briefing call with other journalists and they were explaining it and that was taken my notes and you know I put in the notes that this seems to me like it's an opening bit. There's no way Congress is actually going to do this. And you know I checked with other people I knew outside experts economists. And that was their consensus. That this was Biden kind of throwing some stuff out there to start the negotiations. But he got almost exactly what he asked for. Just mind Republicans criticism over its size, the package was hailed as a triumph for Biden and to showcase of democratic unity when it passed the Senate. And that made people think, oh my God, you know, maybe he's gonna do it again. Maybe this extremely narrow legislative majority is going to create a blossoming of incredible progressive change. And ever since then, he's been trying to do that with build back better with voting rights with some other things, and it hasn't been working. And we're getting the volume of legislation that I think you would expect from a 50 50 Senate, which is not that much. If you just kind of told somebody in 2017, imagine a world in which the Senate split 50 50, how much stuff do you think is going to pass? You'd say, yeah, probably not that much stuff and what does happen will probably be bipartisan. So I think that there's a slide toward that reality, but it's been a long road, because Biden has been trying to get more done than the outcome really supports. Is the reason we're seeing him fail that he's trying to pressure mansion and cinema into doing his bidding in public? Is that the strategy that's sort of fundamentally flawed here? Because to pivot to voting rights only to have cinema come out the next day and say she has no interest in changing the filibuster rules, feels like it all just could have been avoided by picking up the phone and saying, hey, senator cinema, what are you gonna do if I do this? Biden and it's not just Biden personally, right? It's Chuck Schumer and it's Nancy Pelosi. None of them have wanted to be the ones who deliver the bad news to progressives that they didn't do that well in the 2020 elections that they ran a couple points behind Biden in Congress, and they just don't have the votes to enact this sweeping progressive agenda. So you keep seeing a kind of a game of hot potato in which each leader will say, well, it's the other one's job to come deliver now. As we all know, much more needs to be done. But we have made great progress in this year. And the hot potato kind of got tossed to The White House to be like, why don't you turn up the temperature on this? The last hour, White House press secretary Jen Psaki put out that statement was referencing it. It's pretty long. It's pretty dense and it's all about Joe Manchin. Normally the majority leader of the Senate is someone you'd expect to say like, hey Joe, let's make us talk about voting rights. I don't have cinema mansion, but Schumer wanted The White House to do this. The groups wanted The White House to do it. And so they did. And I think makes everyone look really dumb. But it's a kind of a consensus position in progressive circles was that you got to go for it. And it has succeeded in making everyone mad at Joe Manchin and Kristen cinema rather than mad at Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden, which, you know, your mileage may vary in terms of how valuable that is as a long run outcome, but it's part of the game that's being played. Do you think he needs a better Senate whisperer? Could that turn some of these recent fails around? Joe Biden has a strong personal relationship with Joe Manchin, but the staff in The White House is much more heavily populated by people from the progressive wing of the party. There's a lot of sort of Elizabeth Warren type people, working at high levels of the administration. And you know, there's a lot of smart people. She's a very popular figure among young ambitious, highly intelligent policy thinkers, but they don't necessarily have a great rapport with or understanding of the kind of most marginal members of the Senate caucus, they put a lot of stock in Biden's ability to kind of personally sell these moderate senators on things. And it worked on the American rescue plan. The problem is, I think, Manchin's view is that The White House kind of use their credibility on that, right? They said, you know, trust me, we really need this. And so now he's much more skeptical. Whereas I think The White House is hope had been, well, if it works once it'll work again. You know, you use the word normal earlier that President Biden really promised to get us back to normal. He was going to be a normal president. It felt like he did a reasonable job of that in 2021, but is off to a really rough start in 2022. Do you think he's maybe lost sight of the normalcy of that vision that he promised? I think there's been a tension in Biden's sort of political persona, where a lot of the time, you know, he's been seen as the avatar of normalcy. He was the vice president under Trump's predecessor. He was criticized a lot in the primary by more left wing people who said, you know, all he's going to want to do is get rid of Trump but not too bad tweets. But Biden has also promised a lot of substantive policy changes. And you can see that he himself is torn between taking incredible pride in a bipartisan infrastructure Bill that kind of defied the critics and showed that he could bring Democrats and Republicans together to go past something. But wanting to say to the progressive base, like, know the haters are wrong. I can deliver on your agenda. And you know, he can deliver bipartisan legislation. He has done it. He's halfway through another bipartisan bill called usica, aimed at boosting American science funding. But what he can't deliver in a bipartisan way is the progressive agenda. And he has been very committed over this past fall and winter, to saying, you know, he's going to do that. He's not going to give up on build back better. He's not going to give up on voting rights. But just refusing to give up, doesn't get that stuff done. The side of Biden who's good at doing deals is a side that recognizes you have to listen to what the members of Congress actually want to do, and then just kind of get on board with that. But the side of him that wants to deliver the sight of his team that wants to deliver on this transformative change is pushing for more than that. And how does that play out in advance of the midterms? I mean, the reason that it feels somewhat perplexing that he's taking all these L's to kick off the year is that it is of course an election year and his majority is literally as thin as it can be. This is a tension that is familiar from earlier presidencies. On the one hand, it would probably do Democrats well to be more moderate. You know, to just cut some really small board deals, pass some stuff, pat everybody on the back, stop talking about transformative change, be a little bit more popular. That would reduce their loss in the midterms. At the same time, when you're sitting there and you're like, okay, we've got this majority for ten more months. And then we're gonna lose it. The pressure's on to deliver, right? And so it pushes people in both directions and you saw this with Republicans and the tax cuts and jobs act in 2017. You saw what Democrats and the Affordable Care Act in 2010. And you know, the incumbent party gets kind of torn between duck and cover before the political backlash comes for us and get as much done as we can before the political backlash comes for us. People usually reconcile this by saying, well, voters will be angry if we can't show them that we've delivered on our promises. But there's really little evidence that that's true. You know, I think voters would like Biden to deliver cheaper gasoline and groceries, they would like him to deliver less spread of the SARS CoV-2 virus, but they are not that invested in the progressive agenda. They are not thousands of people rallying in the streets for build back better. Or for the Voting Rights Act. You know, there is just not a lot of public engagement with these debates, which people have these day to today problems in their lives. You know, they're either worried about the virus or they're worried that virus related restrictions are hurting them. They're worried about their job and their cost of living and stuff like that. And the only thing that would really work is to make those things better, not to kind of pass big picture policy change. Matthew Iglesias, he writes the slow boring newsletter, you can find that at slow boring dot com. I'm Sean ramas forum, our episode today was produced by miles Brian edited by Matthew Colette engineered by. Fact check by Laura bullard halima Shaw will read hardy Milwaukee and Victoria Chamberlain work here too a theme Shapiro's art director of sound, amana Al Saudis are supervising producer Noel king is our future co host Liz Kelly Nelson is vox's VP of audio. We use music by brake master cylinder and no I'm hassenfeld, and today explained is part of the vox media podcast network. This is advertiser content. Facebook has invested $13 billion in teams and technology to enhance safety over the last 5 years. In the past few months, they've taken down 1.7 billion fake accounts. Learn more about their ongoing work at about FB dot com slash safety..

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"joe biden" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

07:14 min | 11 months ago

"joe biden" Discussed on Today, Explained

"There? What happened in Afghanistan is that Joe Biden made a kind of a bold decision, which is that he had promised to bring troops home from Afghanistan to end the war. Bin Laden is dead, and Al-Qaeda is degraded in Iraq and Afghanistan. And it's time to end the forever war. That was very popular. Donald Trump promised the same thing. It's time. After all these years to go and to bring our people back home Barack Obama promised the same thing. By the end of 2014, the Afghans will be fully responsible for the security of their country. But the Obama administration and the Trump administration, they both knew that if you actually brought the last troops home, some ugly stuff would unfold, and they both found ways to kind of kick the can down the road and leave this as a problem for their successor. And lots of terrible things happen in Afghanistan in the last two years of the Obama administration in the four years of the Trump administration, but they didn't get much attention. Biden said at the time, he said, you know, I am not going to leave this problem for my successors, the way my predecessors left it for me. And that meant though that he took the heat tonight the Taliban parading what it says is some of the billions of dollars worth of American weapons and equipment, they now have in their arsenal. There was an incredible amount of attention suddenly on bad things happening, the withdrawal was very chaotic. And Afghans who helped America's military effort are stuck too. A lot of people got to say, well, I agreed with the idea of bringing the troops home, but you know I would have done it in some other way. And maybe there could have been a better way to do it. But I think fundamentally, there's no great way to admit defeat on a war. And that's why we've seen time and again, presidents try not to actually do this. Biden thought, you know, he could ride it out. His numbers at the time were pretty good. There was strong public approval for leaving Afghanistan, but when people watched it play out, he took a lot of criticism in mainstream media outlets like CNN and The New York Times that had been quite friendly to him. His refusal to acknowledge that this is not gone the way they expected is kind of surprising to me. It really hurt his numbers, at least temporarily. Come on, man. Even though Afghanistan went so badly and approval numbers dropped. Biden did sort of manage to pivot the national conversation to this massive spending plan he had. B is for build back better. That didn't work out either. It hasn't worked out so far. I mean, we'll see what happens with it. You described it as a massive spending plan. And to me, that's the biggest problem that he's had there. For reasons related to how the filibuster works. Democrats decided that their best chance of getting things done was to take a whole bunch of individual ideas, kind of rope them together into this one package and try to pass it through the Senate. If they manage to get that done really, really quickly, we'd all be looking back and saying, you know, what geniuses, their masterminds, they understood the process. But what happened instead is it's proven difficult to negotiate the terms of a multi $1 trillion spending bill, which I think it's not that unusual. But it means that we keep hearing a big debate about a massive spending bill or a debate about numbers. Are we going to spend $1.8 trillion or are we going to spend $1.5 trillion? People don't have the perception that Joe Biden is fighting for hearing benefits for senior citizens, or the Joe Biden is fighting to expand access to preschool for three and four year olds, and nothing has happened. So the story every day is like people are yelling at Joe Manchin or Joe Manchin is mad at more liberal senators. And it's just a kind of a bad look. It's frustrating to progressives who want to get things done. It's frustrating to moderate who want to see people getting together. And I think to normal people, it's just a little removed from what is worrying them in their daily lives. It's not, it's not really what anybody wants. Give me a break. Need time. The president's been catching a lot of heat for his handling of this variant. C is for COVID, especially as press secretary going out there and saying, what do you want us to do? Mail every America to COVID test, and then the federal government will purchase one half billion. That's not million billion with a B, additional at home rapid test with delivery starting in January. I guess that could be seen as The White House adjusting to this pandemic, but it also is seemingly a sign that The White House wasn't ready for this variant, yeah. I mean, you know, they're in a tough position, right? I mean, they started off with a lot of momentum. We weren't a very bad shape in the winter of 2020, 21. There was a really big surge in cases, but vaccinations were rolling out. And I think the idea was we were going to focus a lot of attention on the logistics of the vaccine rollout, but just saying the Trump administration hadn't really done, people were going to get off these waiting lists, and then everything was going to be great. I feel confident that by summer, we're going to be well on our way to heading toward herd immunity. Once very un started a rising. You know, they wound up in trouble, right? Because what Biden had said during the campaign trail is that I'm going to shut down the virus, not shut down the economy. But since it hasn't proven possible to shut down the virus, there's now this tension between what do you do, a lot of people have been vaccinated and at this point are not that worried about COVID and mostly want to see a normalization of the situation. But then a lot of people continue to be very worried about COVID and they feel that Biden promised to be the COVID hawk president. They're torn because Biden promised to beat the virus and get us back to normal. And I think it's now clear that you can't do that, right? You could do more to fight the virus in terms of imposing restrictions and rules on people's conduct, but that would make the situation less normal. Or you can encourage a return to normalcy, and tell people go out do whatever, you know, see Spider-Man at the movies, live your lives, but that's going to mean that the virus spreads in that particularly unvaccinated people are going to get sick and die in large numbers. America, I'm here to tell you there's one simple thing. You can do to make this whole virus go away. Stop seeing Spider-Man. So then sometimes they come out and they say, well, you know it's a pandemic of the unvaccinated. Everybody should get their boosters. And to some people that sounds very sensible to other people, it sounds callous to the unvaccinated themselves, they are mad that he's pushing vaccines. You know, it's challenging. Biden made big promises as to what he was going to be able to achieve on COVID. And he's achieved, I think, you know, not as much as he said he could. President Biden kicked off the week.

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"joe biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"Any fault is mine. And then he said we're changing the strategy as a result very different from joe biden's approach but lisa isn't it odd. I mean For me remembering nine eleven very well Try and come into manhattan that day and having to turn back after after the attacks it just seems so incredible for me that a president of the states is talking about partnering with the taliban taliban is partners without kedah And it just it just seems to me that this this cannot be good for joe biden much less for the right and they've been They put out connie network which is a designated harris group in charge. It they slave Kabul i mean tallying just announced or unveiled its new government and includes not surprisingly doesn't include any women there. Also you know a lot of people who have basically you'll condoned attacks on americans over the years And have worked with the al qaeda in the past And so i think you're completely right. I think this is you know we. How can we be depended on a towel ban. Who which is an ally with our you know our sworn you know group that wants to murder americans ending the other issue is the human rights right. In taliban you know is notoriously mean they. They imposed jihadist lie. There sharia law rather And so they don't allow women to go to schools they. There was a shooting of a female A police officer the other day. By taliban anyday disavowed that. But you know this is not a group that has a great human rights frac tracker record in biden and his state department and other diplomatic route. They were around the world. Saying you know we're committed to advancing women and you know gender equality Yields very hypocritical. Okay stay with us. We'll be right back you're listening to potomac watch from the wall street journal editorial page it's hard to make sure you're getting all the nutrients you need throughout your day. If you keep busy schedule work obligations family friends.

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"joe biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"I mean For president biden's you know own self. He is presented this as a flawless. Exercise said you know. He didn't make any mistakes kind of things that were happened. Were inevitable but it is extraordinary for the american people have such a lack of confidence in a man who tried to do what presumably they want him to do. Well i think it doesn't add. It undermines his credibility as well as his the presentation of being a competent dealt dealt in the room. Who can make these kinds of decisions. soberly I think the other issue is i mean. Thirteen americans were killed. Nearly two hundred. Some afghans were killed in In that The suicide bombing attacks by the airport and hotel. And you know we were that you were going to get out of the afghanistan in order to reduce you know The american presence but also the risk to our troops. I mean i think the there is a strong argument To me that you know we really moves. American troops weren't engaged in combat for years And there was really very little risk of keeping their and actually the risk of withdrawing As precipitously as we have has actually put americans and american troops greater is in right. Now you're seeing basically the taliban Hold some americans hostage. I mean the administration will acknowledge that what is happening but there are still americans. That can't get out of the country. And were completely reliant on the taliban for clearance yes and kim a further your point about the polls you know having been a presidential speechwriter. The president is your biggest asset when there's difficult time or something when he goes out. Usually a presidential speech improves things. Maybe not shifts. The tide turns it completely around but it seems that joe biden makes things worse every time he tries to address this issue. You know whether he's dismissing people falling off planes From the kabul airport or Promising to get everyone out. Not doing it is one of the problems here. I noticed Anthony blinken is saying. There's only about one hundred. Americans left behind enemy lines and he specifically denied that their hostages. But if these americans are there and we rely on the largesse and generosity of the taliban to get them out doesn't that they facto. Make them hostages in in the sense that it limits the possible Choices that an american president might otherwise make. I think you put your finger on one of the problems here. Which is that. It isn't just joe biden but his entire administration when they come out. They're selling a line that is so divorced from the reality of the situation that nobody's buying it And you know you have that example of blinken suggesting that it's all good and that We're going to rely on. The taliban and the taliban has committed to let anyone with proper documents lead the country in a safe and orderly manner by the way that was the secretary of state. just recently Putting your faith in them and suggesting that therefore there's no continuing problem in afghanistan in terms of getting out our people or the afghan allies. Who helped us over. The years is simply at odds with everything that we know. Not just the facts on the ground but common sense but this has also been the entire line of the obama. The the administration of the past weeks as this is unfolded. You know the president coming out and saying well..

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"The biden administration just gave us a apache attack helicopters. the what what. What in the actual. There's no way to do the show that the f. word there's just no way here's here's the president of the united states. The tally blonde has a taliban has to make a fundamental decision. Is the taleban going to attempt to be able to nine provide for the wellbeing of the people of afghanistan which no one group has ever done since before feeling for hundreds of years and if it does is going to need everything from additional help in terms of economic assistance trade in whole regions six taliban is going to have the telephone is going to have to make a decision okay. So let's say they have to make a decision who knows what decision gonna make on the one hand. They could do all the things. Joe biden wants them to do on the other hand. It could tell them to go screw himself. Kill everyone who allied with us stuff. The women back into burqas and then back into the basement and then rape them and to whatever the hell they want. I wonder which i haven't i. I my hands up here. I know the answer. I think it's a hard question. i think. I know the answer to this one as to what the taliban is going to do i think i know this is really rough. By the way. Joe biden was then asked a question about isis. Which again is rising in afghanistan. And here's joe biden's electrifying response in case against the that that's the president of.

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Now some you might say well. Charlie cam is going to be worse. Make them go through the process like donald trump did put him on defense. Get answers. it's time for us to start using political power against him now. The articles of impeachment might not succeed. Do it anyway introduce it. Make the case. Joe biden is not fit to be president nited states. It's time for him to resign long pastime for him to resign. You better be careful with the. I can't recall type stuff because cami who is very anxious to become president. She is waiting for that. Fifty percent mark of the presidency to go which then means she could serve another two terms if she if she doesn't serve more than fifty percent of the term ida constitutional scholar. Say this to me once. I'm a little doubtful of this. Connor can check it. But there's an argument to be made that if she serves less than fifty percent of the remaining term she can serve another two terms. So it doesn't count as a full-term camera harris. I would be working. This sixty percent of the most diverse cabinet ever to start trying to invoke the twenty-fifth amendment when a republicans going to stop suing for peace like neville chamberlain. And start taking this president as an existential threat to our nation which is what he is. He is indifferent knocking on wood. While americans are under duress and are on the verge of being held hostage in a foreign nation and then joe biden. Says i have his whole dialogue. Here with stephanopoulos says how about the threat to the united states. Most intelligence analysis has predicted. Al qaeda would come back. Eighteen to twenty four months after withdrawal is that analysis now being revised could soon biden says it could be but george look. Here's the deal al qaeda isis. They metastasized or they grow. He basically says what's the big difference with the different and then stephanopoulos says. Are you confident we're going to have that. Afganistan biden says yeah. I'm confident look george. It's it's it's like asking me. You know i'm confident that people are going to act even remotely rationally. Here's the deal is the threat from al-qaeda and their associated organisations is greater and other parts of the world to the united states than it is in afghanistan. He is unfit to lead. Remove him republicans. I know you don't have the political power to do that yet. But at least say it draft the articles. Go on television. Make the case. Put him on defense. make him defend himself. he is unfit to serve. All right. you might be hearing a little crunch. Does i'm eating something. That's really special. So we have a new partner here on the charlie kirk show and they're pretty awesome. They're called uprising foods and hear me out. Ninety five percent of americans live in the fiber gap over nine and ten are deficient in fiber fibers. One of the most well studied nutrients of all time and is a bona fide. Superfood for most people until uprising came along. It was nearly impossible to get all the five each day. Because it's literally impractical completely impractical to thirty grams each day. You have to have two full heads of broccoli okay. These people made it simple to enjoy and hit your high fiber numbers. You wanna push back against big pharma. Hit your fiber numbers everybody. They've cracked the code on healthy bread. So they send you that a rubik's cube of bread okay. It's really interesting. Only two net carbs per serving six grams of protein. Okay and nine grams of fiber. If a bio hacker high farm market bakker had a baby it'd be uprising foods uprising. Foods is where you can get your fiber supply every single day and it's bigger than just the product. I can tell you right now. The guy that reps uprising. Food's great guy if anyone is excited as much as he's excited about this thing i'm telling you something to get behind so you right now if you're like charlie. I don't got it okay. So here's how it works. I'm i'm allergic to gluten..

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Your breakfast isn't going to be served with a side of someone else's agenda seriously. Go subscribe to the daily wire morning wire installed the morning wire. Go subscribe right now. Have we just ended private property in america. Now you might say. Let's so dramatic. How could you say something like that. Well this addiction moratorium basically ignoring the entire. Us supreme court and its decision basically nationalizes rental properties as we know it in. Our country cut eighty-one tucker talks about this. Before i play that i just wanna say where this is headed is nowhere good connor. Let's find a supreme court decision we don't like and let's defy it. Why don't republican governors start defying supreme court decisions. You know what we should do. Just go start building the keystone pipeline. The governor of north dakota should just mobilize the north dakota national guard and say hey federal government. You gotta intervene. We're going to build these pipelines whether you like it or not. What does the federal government have to say. It's not like we're a nation of laws anymore. Where national political will. We're not a nation of strict interpretation of the constitution. Now that's what republicans would do if they actually were serious about saving the country instead. They're too busy. Instituting mask mandates mandatory vaccination measures having your six year old where mass go to school keeping the southern border wide open. And yes that's right. Negotiating multi trillion dollar infrastructure. Chuck schumer joe biden. So we can have more electrical vehicles across country. now it's not all negative. There is one republican that is fighting really hard that deserves our credit deserves credit and our support and we are going to give it to him in just a little bit. But i wanna play this tucker and a couple of segments here is. He's the man that's all. I have to say the way he words. This is. Poetry cut eighty-one linski announced. Today that she's decided to nationalize america's rental properties tenants are no longer required to pay their rent. Property owners cannot have victim under any circumstances. Making someone pay to live on. Your property is now a federal crime at the same time you should know. Property owners will still be required to pay the banks that hold their mortgages. There is no moratorium on mortgages cut. Eighty-two continues joe biden appointed rochelle walinsky to run the cdc in atlanta. It does seem like a big deal but now the cdc is a legislative body of the united states because everyone bows to the altar of public health. And let me just say this. I don't like the i told you so. I don't like that but on this program here. In april of last year we were warning you that if we do not get a check on the fourth branch of government under the guise of public health stuff like this is going to happen and some conservatives. Charlie that's a slippery slope argument. Some people media said oh power will never be abuse. You could trust us. Well now we have a new congress. The congress is headquartered in atlanta. And they do whatever they want because they say people are going to die so that they can make laws cut. Eighty eighty-two joe biden appointed woolens to run the centers for disease control and prevention in atlanta. The time it did not seem like a huge deal. The cdc is not a legislative body. It's a public health bureau. The cdc does not make laws in this country. It's not allowed to under the us constitution. Making laws is the exclusive role of the congress. You vote for your senators and your congressmen. And they decide what the rules are. That's known as representative democracy. It's been our.

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"With the cover of the media in a very technical and albeit wonky and kind of under the radar way has just done the most blatant unconstitutional measure of executive order of a president. I would say sense. Fdr fdr did some really wacky and tyrannical things. and that's probably right definitely. Woodrow wilson her. Fdr this is impeachable and yet republicans are talking about negotiating infrastructure. Republicans are like yeah. Let's go to negotiate infrastructure with the democrats while joe biden is ignoring and defying the us supreme court. The kind of attitude that andrew jackson had towards the supreme court never materialized the guests. Were that attitude did end up. Manifesting ended up manifesting in the civil war. It ended up manifesting in a schism of the country. If you don't believe that the people who interpret the laws have ultimate and supreme authority if they're nothing more than just kinda like the new york times editorial board. Oh that's nice. That's a nice opinion there. Nothing more than just a bunch of talk show host on cnn where they had that big ninety five person panel and they're all saying the same thing if you think the supreme court is just a bunch of talking heads and not the people that issue the guidance on the laws. The country is broken. This beautiful document. The constitution becomes nothing more than a bunch of suggestions and were in chaos. I cannot emphasize enough with joe. Biden is doing here is unprecedented and it's very disturbing and where are the republicans. Oh they're negotiating.

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"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"And has the most potential power. But only if we honor it. What branch of government has power but only if people respect that power meaning. They don't have the bill. The ability to enforce it in eighteen thirty two there was a famous supreme court decision. It was worcester versus georgia. A landmark case in which the united states supreme court vacated the conviction of samuel worcester and held that the georgia criminal statute that prohibited non native americans from being present on native american lands without a license from the state was unconstitutional. Now the president at the time was andrew jackson. Andrew jackson completely and fundamentally disagreed at this decision. Andrew jackson famously than said something. That is very provocative and exposed a vulnerability in the american constitutional system. You see on this program. We talk about the positives and the benefits of the american constitutional system. There is one vulnerability and it only gets exposed. If president decides to be flippant an almost tyrannical andrew jackson looked at this decision. And he famously said will let marshall sent his army so john. Marshall was the supreme court justice the chief justice of the supreme court of the united states. And what he meant by that is make marshall enforce this so what if the supreme court rules. What's their enforcement capability. What is their ability to actually make the law that they issued the guidance they issue enforceable. You see article one and article to the legislative and the executive branch they have enforcement abilities. They have checks and balances impeachment proceedings for example appointments executive control. Each branch can check each other at the supreme court is only as good as the full faith and trust and confidence that we have in the us supreme court. The supreme court is only the supreme court if we decide to honor what it says. If the supreme court were to rule for example on brown versus the board of education the supreme court ruled on roe versus wade or the court ruled on any significant court. Decision and half the country said. We're not going to honor that we're deciding we don't like that decision. The constitutional republic we enjoy. We'll start to fall apart now. On the federal level federal agents are supposed to follow from the supreme court judges are supposed to follow guidance from the us. Supreme court and that tradition has generally been followed. what happens. When a president's like andrew jackson turns the john marshall and says send your army enforce it come on. What's the big deal. It's not like you're the president. You're just the suggestion court not the supreme court when the last twenty four hours joe biden has pulled an andrew jackson. Joe biden has turned to john. Robertson said john. Roberts send your army. What are you going to do the. Us supreme court ruled that the guidance on evictions such as the evictions from people that are not paying their rent can expire on july thirty first. And it's going to require legislative and congressional action to renew or extend that moratorium on evictions. So what happened is congress decided to go on a break. Congress home which left this big opening left an opening where the us supreme court article three said. Hey this thing's going to expire and you need to do your job article. One went home and didn't do their job. That's the legislative branch so then article. Two joe biden decided to do something. That is an impeachable offense. Let me say that again. It is an impeachable. Offense in fact would joe biden did and is doing right now is constitutionally worse than anything they ever accused donald trump of and almost no one in the media's covering this so joe biden saw that the supreme court had a certain ruling about evictions and moratoriums the right the correct brands to solve this legislative branch went home. And what did joe biden. Do joe biden announced yesterday. I'm sorry on. Tuesday afternoon that the center for disease control issued a new order imposing a moratorium on certain evictions. The cdc's new order is substantially similar to previous eviction moratoriums that expired at the end of july but with one exception. So what does that mean. This means that joe biden condition executive order. Confiscating all your weapons. And he doesn't care what the supreme court has to say about it. What's this what. Let roberts send his army. Make cavenaugh enforce make any conybeare enforce it with joe biden has just done and his administration is they have just said that we do not have three equal branches of government. And they say well it's a crisis it's public health. There's people that need help from eviction moratoriums. That's not the way. This works congress. Go do your job. Go fix it. They're not it's not a priority congress and it's outside of the constitutional authority and purview of the executive branch of the united states. I cannot emphasize enough. How unprecedented this to have a president ignore what the us supreme court has said and do it anyway. So what's the supreme court gonna do. They are gonna issue another ruling. Joe biden just ignore it. The supreme court was. I don't do that joe biden. Say what's your enforcement capacity. You don't have handcuffs you. You write papers. Joe biden will basically look at article three and say that's funny. The supreme court is just a bunch of suggestions. Donald trump never did anything close to this when the supreme court spoke. Donald trump always followed their guidance when circuit court judges spoke. Donald trump followed those guidance. Remember the travel ban. Remember the emergency use of.

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"joe biden" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Texas to get a sense of the forces in play across red states when the votes are being counted. They're back in november. It looked like it was going to be very close. Between republicans and democrats wasn't it. Texas is an interesting microcosm of trends happening in america as a whole in particular diversification and the decline of white male christian america and the theory has always been that this will help democrats because people of color and other minority groups for the last half century so have tended to vote democratic and there was a theory in twenty twenty. Maybe the moment would come the backlash against donald trump and cities in texas. Such as austin which are now very liberal leaning and diverse and young and really embracing the democratic party thing of former texas governor. Rick perry has said these are like blueberries in a tomato. Soup is little dots of blue in the sea of republican red but when it came to it in the two thousand twenty election. Donald trump gained five point nine million votes there. Joe biden got five point three million votes. That was incredibly disappointing for democrats hoping for a miracle but they are eating away at republicans advantage. That might explain why. Republicans are veering to the right and really digging in and trying to shore up that power. Their tennis about greg. Abbott the texas governor. Who is he. What's he like for greg. Abbott's is republican governor of texas. He was elected in twenty fourteen. Look what you say..

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"joe biden" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Thank you may feel that we now live in a world without donald trump but in many red states across the us. He's still campaigning. Like it's twenty twenty told you. Crime is surging murders are soaring. Police departments are being gutted illegal. Aliens are overrunning their borders. Nobody's ever seen anything like it. Are poor borders perfect. They were so good. Got in washington. Bureau chief david smith recently went along to one of his rallies in a higher and found the former president be as bullish as ever it was like stepping looking glass into upside down world where left is rights and up is down and everything you think about. The world is turned on its head in view of his real hard core supporters. One woman warranty share that said unmasked on muzzled unvaccinated unafraid. And someone else warranty show that said if you don't like trump then you probably don't like me and i'm okay with that. They say there's a joy in being together with other people who are angry and as trump well described the media's fake news and the crowd all tons and jeers and boos together we will send joe biden and the fake news media. There's a lot of people back. Look at that. Look at look at that if you purely stayed in manhattan new york all central washington. Dc would be easy to believe. Trump is a former president. He's off the agenda. He's off twitter and facebook. Perhaps things they're getting back to normal we can. Go back to autopilot. An american democracy has been saved. But when you get smaller towns around america and go to a trump rally and see still the force of enthusiasm for him among this base..

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"joe biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"The context of a july second journal news story and the headline the anat is us steps up planning for emergency afghan evacuation and it talks about expanded planning for an embassy evacuation reflecting an increase in concern that a taliban offensive could overwhelm us security in afghan government forces guarding the embassy and so kim I i don't know that anybody should feel comfortable and confident. I mean the the journal editorial on this says follows biden's remarks. They're saying let's hope that he's right and I think we do but it's not sure it's not clear that that that's really the case i think that statement is a reflection and this pame pretty clear As the president was talking that they understand that there are going to be real consequences from this and that there are already preparing for that one of the more remarkable positions or comments that the president made during this remarks is said he said you know. Look i think it's unlikely that you see a unified government running all of afghanistan. that's an acknowledgement that the taliban is going to continue taking territory. it also seems to be him setting the bar failure of whether or not the taliban ends up running the entire country But everyone you talk to including the military advisers who are speaking off the record understand that this is going to lead to bad results further gains by the taliban if not the complete collapse of the afghan government there could be a civil war in the country. You could see al qaeda regrouping in that territory. you could see some really horrific stories coming out about the taliban once again making life hell for average afghanis living there and it really does raise the question of what the president is thinking because this is long been his position. Think back back when he was vice. President barack obama had a surge in two thousand and nine we. We pushed our troops from about thirty thousand about one hundred thousand biden. oppose that It's long been understood that he doesn't want a presence there but a lot of even supporters of have are asking why he wouldn't simply leave a smaller contingent something to have a us presence. So that you know even if things go bad you can't be subject to the complaint or the criticism that america simply abandoned afghanistan. And that's what he's setting himself up for. It's somewhat inexplicable to me to kim's point about the the outcomes another notable point was when the top. us general in afghanistan last month said this. A civil war is certainly a path that can be visualized if this continues on the trajectory. It's on right now unquote and then also you have to add in. I guess bill the withdrawal from air force base or excuse me beggar airfield and that was really a remarkable moment and i'll report of the a. P. story on this says the. Us left afghanistan's bagger airfield after nearly twenty years by shutting off the electricity and slipping away in the night without notifying the basis new afghan commander unquote and then after that there was some ransacking by looters before the afghan forces were able to regain control and bill again. None of this I think inspires confidence that the afghan forces really have the wherewithal to To maintain control of the country. Yeah unlooked there's several points about this. You mentioned joe biden saying this is not vietnam the i hear all these biden. People saying it's not vietnam. Why are they saying that because the natural thing that comes up is vietnam and it's not just when the americans withdrew from vietnam when the north vietnamese were moving in and the democrats shut off all aid and support or the government and if you were in the government of afghanistan and you were watching this pullout where we don't even tell them when we're leaving..

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"joe biden" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Hose used that somebody gardening. Oh timmy hunter must have had you when he was on crack. Let's play today's briefing. We discussed our is going to devote the remainder the summer to a special focus on five ways to make gains and getting those of you unvaccinated vaccinated. Because here's the deal. We are continuing to wind down the mass vaccination sites that did so much in the spring to rapidly vaccinate those eager to get their first shot and the second shot that if they need a second now. We need to go to community by community neighborhood by and often times door to door knocking on doors to get help. For the remaining people protected from the virus look equity equality remains at the heart of our responsibility to ensuring the communities that are the hardest hit by the virus have the information and the access to get vaccinated so as we shift from these centralized math mass vaccination sites for during thousands people a day put even more emphasis on getting vaccinated in your community close to home conveniently and location. You're already familiar with. I i do. This includes forty two thousand local pharmacists. Were folks with questions can talk to the pharmacist. They know and already have done dealt with these locations overwhelmingly. Allow you to walk in without an appointment. Get the vaccination picking up your prescription or just going into get get toothpaste or something else. You need to the drugstore second. My team is good. A place renewed emphasis on getting vaccines to more and more family doctors and healthcare providers so more americans and get shot at their doctor's office from the folks that they know and they trust the most thurber rented. We're going to step up efforts to get vaccines to your family. Doctors and other doctors usurp younger people so the adolescents ages twelve eighteen can vaccinated and as we just for a second. There's one thing. I just i that it beginning he goes. Hey we're gonna go to these communities underserved because we're going to try and help them or so that the young people can get vaccinated it. This is such a wonderful piece of propagate. Hey we're just here to help you. Remember is a want to heal the soul of the nation will. It's about showing up to your home and giving you vaccine to your kid at help it. That's the creepy. I mean that's the creepiest part. Is this like and then they throw in the socialist bullshit and they're in the middle like because it's about the equality it's like no people in certain minority communities don't trust the government and they're actually smart enough to realize yet go barbershop. They're smart enough to just be like fuck this and your dumb vaccine. I'm not getting it. i'm healthy. I don't need it and now they're trying to figure out while it's not an availability issue. It's that people are not sold on that. This is a good idea. And it's now you're ramping up. And by the way part of why. I think they're in panic. Mode is a realizing the vaccines aren't as good for the delta variance. And so now like this is their last chance to try and sell this thing so you know before they all be all before all the vaccine sour they gotta get as many arms as possible. Well that's that's exactly right and what's going on here. Essentially is that we've hit a crossroads. Where at this point pretty much. Everyone who wants the vaccine has gotten it and everybody else is comfortable with the risk. Doesn't want it so now. What do you do now. A situation where they got all of these vaccines that are produced. They have expiration dates on them and they did not hit nearly the numbers they wanted. You know mike arnovitz had a tweet about this. The other day that i thought he made a really good point where he was like. Look this is what happened right. These people kind of paraphrasing and adding some my own words to it but he was getting at this that these guys coming off the biggest mass propaganda campaign in history did not get nearly the numbers. They thought they would. So they're saying that it's something like fifty percent of adults have have been vaccinated. But as mike pointed out that was a very good point he goes. What percentage of those people were basically soft forced into. doing lamey. jobs made him do it. They couldn't yeah yes Schools colleges all around. I've heard from several people. This is just anecdotal. But there's i've heard from several different people who were my school made me do it. And they were in situations where they were like. I had literally like i. Have you know. Seven credits left until i graduate can't transfer and i can't do this. I literally had no choice. You know as like not forced but soft forced into getting it right. Let's as let's just assume ten percent you know as a number so it's really only like forty percent who like enthusiastically got it. So that's what the biggest propaganda campaign history got you. It convinced a minority of the population. And that's just the adult population. You know what. I mean let alone trying to get everybody's twelve year old vaccinated. So that's what they're looking at here. They're dealing with that reality. And this is the fork in the road right because the obvious correct just not even like forget like even liberty or anything like that but just the the sane up response to that is like all right. We tried and the people who didn't get it are they're comfortable taking the risks and now life goes on but the other fork is the scary one. Where now they go. Oh okay so. This wasn't enough. We got to step this up in some next level whether that's vaccine passports or some other type of creepy thing and particularly the thing that really Got a lot of people freaked out by this speech. Understandably so is when joe biden goes community by community door by door that we have to go door to door now..

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"joe biden" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"joe biden" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"It's punishing all the women who are competing because now whoever wins kind of has like an asterix next to their victory because she was really the favourite. So it's it's punishing everybody in robbing them of their shot. The the thing. That's so infuriating. About joe biden. Having the nerve to say the rules are the rules is that joe biden is the e living archetype the architect of the war on drugs the most influential member. That is still around today. And i understand. This isn't a law but to act like these rules aren't influenced by the last. Four years of american federal legal policy on marijuana would be absurd joe biden in the eighty s challenged ronald reagan from his right. He partnered up with strom thurman to challenge ronald reagan for being too soft on crime. He was if you will so my i. It seems like a pretty reasonable response to me. I was just making the point. That for joe biden to come out and be like well. She shouldn't smoke pot. Rules are the rules. It's like well. I understand your black ladies. That's clear that biden will not support black women athletes. Look i'm just saying if you have a history of being the architect of the war on drugs and making the rules that locked people up for marijuana. I mean there are still right now. There are thousands of people who are doing life in prison for marijuana charges and lots of people who have done jail time and are currently doing jail time. I mean do you know. Thousands and thousands of people's lives ruined Probably in the hundreds of thousands just for pot and you know for you to come out and say the rules are the rules. It's like well look. You're the guy who wrote these rules or lobbied for them. Lobby might not be the right term. He was a senator the whole time but really actively pressured everybody as i was just giving a little bit of the history on this let joe biden actually was was to ronald reagan's right in terms of being a advocating for the harshest of the war on drugs policy. And this is just a fact. This is joe biden all through the eighties and nineties. So i was just making the point. That like yeah. I mean if we're gonna talk about now had this woman's like Like aspirations olympic dreams have been ruined over pot which i think every person noses ridiculous Then there's joe biden just saying well rules are. The rules is is pretty outrageous now. I didn't think that would be anything that would particularly trigger a liberal democrat. Most of them in general seemed to kind of agree with that So i was not. I was not expecting what What came next. But this was mr hans response every minor drug men and the nine s evolved on this issue on this issue. Tell me ask kristi. Noem is and other right wing conservatives in this country this woman out the race isn't jaber legalize. Marijuana is is the entire democratic established. So let's be clear turkey not reschedule their right by the way chris right chris right into people to love new. Please love me. Let me hit joe biden. Please love me look. This woman should be allowed to race. What are you won't chris. Her literally saying. I didn't claim that this was his current position. I'm saying she is responsible for what he did. In the past and what. He didn't pass his evil. Enslaved millions of people that means something. That may not mean anything to you but it does mean something he more. And i'm sorry. Dave i agree. It's positions. I agree as position to pass this raw. He has evolved on that position at the gop right now for her out of your mind. Dave smith has sistance and authentic positions on freedom and liberty of anyone in radio. He does not come on y'all or any other shows to one unlike you because you are pedaling false sense right now about jokic reason test in your garbage take on the ladder shave not once kennedy for one second. Donald trump mom kristi. Noem your let me just say this real quick info crumbs for what he did to the people of yemen. How's that for taking on the right. Don't you're just defending your democratic president. I actually stand on principle. What am i. Stand against the democrats on coal me out like that i. I'm sorry i stood. I stood people calling out the declaration of independence in the first act to this show. Have you watched it back since it happened. That was pretty. I mean look dude. I understand like part of the thing is just that cable. News is such a like ridiculous platform. Like it's just it's so silly the whole thing. Don't get me wrong. Because kennedy is so good like she is. She does the best you can do with it. I mean if you listen to like her her monologues and her like topical storm segment like. She's funny she's informative. She's right about almost every single issue but for type of like back and forth like that. It's all just. It's very strange when you exist in the world of podcasting and you'll just have for anything you're gonna do. I mean i've done a lot of debates and a lot of podcasts and a lot of these shows and it'll be like okay. We have like a couple hours to get to this subject. You know that everyone's going to be able to make their points. Everyone's going to have to hear the other person's points grapple with them. This just becomes like this shouting fest and free for all. But i mean it can be useful. You can get big. You can get important things out in a short amount of time and there's something about that that is valuable so i don't mean to dismiss it entirely all right guys. 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