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"john fetterman" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:16 min | 3 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"I'm great. I chose that bumper music for you originally. I was going to play. Acdc so you got many bumper music options. Hey i just had a chat with someone you know. Well sean parnell. Who's running for senate. Yeah and he's you know he's really coming around as a candidate. He's very clear. Very concise speaks well masters the issues. How do you see a sean. Or whatever republican the folks in pennsylvania. Choose to run faring against fetterman guy who apparently guys all the money marin county can offer him well yeah i think the senate race is going to be heated and competitive. There are several people in republicans in the republican primary contest. Already with sean is one of them. I do believe shawn will prevail. Because he not only is he a sharp candid it as you said. He's been you know he. He made that race. Everyone saudi was gonna lose by ten points or more. You know right down to one point against carter lambs for for for congress and twenty twenty. But also i think in in you know. Once he gets his general you know everyone is soon. It's going to be john fetterman but when connor lambs In the first of august. I think because both connor land and john fetterman are from the west of the state. They're going to be battling out presume. It's not it's not. It's not going to be as much ideological as geographical. And i would keep my eye on. Vow are coups. Some comes county Commissioner in in the eastern part of the state is the one that might prevail in the democratic primary interesting. So you think you think fetterman is not a done deal no. I don't think veterans day connor lambs going to jump in and that's going to mess up Fetterman who starting extents the

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Parnell Announces Candidacy for Pennsylvania Senate Seat

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:16 min | 3 months ago

Parnell Announces Candidacy for Pennsylvania Senate Seat

"I'm great. I chose that bumper music for you originally. I was going to play. Acdc so you got many bumper music options. Hey i just had a chat with someone you know. Well sean parnell. Who's running for senate. Yeah and he's you know he's really coming around as a candidate. He's very clear. Very concise speaks well masters the issues. How do you see a sean. Or whatever republican the folks in pennsylvania. Choose to run faring against fetterman guy who apparently guys all the money marin county can offer him well yeah i think the senate race is going to be heated and competitive. There are several people in republicans in the republican primary contest. Already with sean is one of them. I do believe shawn will prevail. Because he not only is he a sharp candid it as you said. He's been you know he. He made that race. Everyone saudi was gonna lose by ten points or more. You know right down to one point against carter lambs for for for congress and twenty twenty. But also i think in in you know. Once he gets his general you know everyone is soon. It's going to be john fetterman but when connor lambs In the first of august. I think because both connor land and john fetterman are from the west of the state. They're going to be battling out presume. It's not it's not. It's not going to be as much ideological as geographical. And i would keep my eye on. Vow are coups. Some comes county Commissioner in in the eastern part of the state is the one that might prevail in the democratic primary interesting. So you think you think fetterman is not a done deal no. I don't think veterans day connor lambs going to jump in and that's going to mess up Fetterman who starting extents the

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"john fetterman" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

06:08 min | 3 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The rachel maddow show. We did nine eastern on. Msnbc thanks for joining us this hour all right just a few days after the twenty twenty presidential election the lieutenant governor of the great state of texas man named dan. Patrick announced a cash reward. A cash bounty lieutenant governor. Dan patrick said he was ready to pay up to one million dollars to anyone who could find evidence of the supposed- voter fraud that president trump said Had cost him the election and this one million dollar prize was not just for people in texas. it was an offer valid. In all fifty states quote whistle blowers and tipsters should turn over their evidence to local law enforcement. Anyone who provides information that leads to an arrest in final conviction of voter fraud will be paid a minimum of twenty five thousand dollars but up to one million dollars. Wow and wouldn't you know it soon. After texas's lieutenant governor. Dan patrick through that come into the water. He got a bright oddly. He got it from somebody who has the same job. He has in a different state. The lieutenant governor in pennsylvania democrat named. John fetterman said that he had taken on the challenge from dan patrick and bingo instantly. He hit pay dirt. He said he had bang-up surefire evidence of an instance of real voter fraud in the two thousand twenty election right in his home state of pennsylvania and it was maybe not the kind of voter fraud his texas counterpart was hoping for but john fetterman tried to collect just the same. He said quote. Hey lieutenant governor. Patrick it's me john fetterman your counterpart in pennsylvania. I'd like to collect your handsome reward for reporting voter fraud. I gotta dude and forty four a. Who tried to have his dead mom. Vote for trump. They as far as we know pennsylvania's lieutenant governor did not receive any of that reward money despite forwarding night information response to dan patrick's claim. He didn't get his money from dan. Patrick even after he pointed to additional evidence of voter fraud again in his home state. Yes there was the dude in forty fort. Pennsylvania that was a real thing do did get arrested for forging an absentee ballot application in his dead. Mother's name so he could cast a fraudulent vote for trump with her ballot but he was not the only one there was another pennsylvania guy this one in delaware county pennsylvania. He filled out a voter registration application for his dead mother as well although his mother had been dead for like a dozen years the guy then requested and submitted an absentee ballot in her name with the vote for donald trump for president in twenty twenty when the state of pennsylvania flagged his mother's voter registration as belonging to an obviously dead person. This guy ended up signing and sending back a letter to the states. Swearing that in fact. She was still alive. He did that. All in order to deliberately cast a single fraudulent vote for donald trump. He pled guilty to it in court. But wait there's more. There was a guy in chester county. Pennsylvania another registered republican who went and cast his ballot at his local polling place. But then forty five minutes later. He came back wearing sunglasses and in sunglasses. He cast a ballot in his son's name somehow. An alert poll worker saw through his brilliant sunglasses. Disguise if you if you don't just want to pick on pennsylvania there's also a guy in ohio actual elected local republican official in his town in ohio. He voted twice in twenty twenty once for himself and once by forging his dead father's signature again. He's an elected. Republican official in ohio. Voter fraud is very very rare in our country. But there are a few instances of it here and they're usually affecting a single vote and the few instances of it that do turn up from time to time. They're usually ridiculous. And all of those instances that i just described from twenty twenty all of those republicans all of them got off with basically a slap on the rest for their crimes. The dude didn't in forty fort pennsylvania. Prosecutors dropped the most serious charges against him that working on a plea deal guy who voted for his long dead dozen years dead mother swearing. She was still alive. He got five years probation. The local republican elected official in ohio. Who voted for his dead father. He got jail time. He got three days in jail and a five hundred dollar fine and it is worth keeping that context in mind when you also remember the case of crystal mason. We've talked before on the show about the case of crystal mason in two thousand sixteen. She went to her local polling place in tarrant county texas to vote. She discovered her name was not on the voting rolls. They're so at the suggestion of a poll worker. Ms mason filled out a provisional ballot. She was told basically. We're not sure what the problem is but fill at this provisional ballot that way if there is any real problem here we won't count it but provisionally you can cast this vote in case we can sort out whatever seems to be the matter few months after that experience crystal mason was arrested and charged with illegal voting because when she filled out that provisional ballot she was on supervised release after completing prison sentence for federal conviction and she thought because she had served her time in prison that she was eligible to vote. She did not know that under texas law. You're not eligible to vote unless you've also completed any probation or any supervised relief after release after released from prison. She did not know that even though that was a technical misunderstanding and though she cast a provisional ballot and even though her provisional valette was never counted she nevertheless was convicted and sentenced to five years in prison five years. 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"john fetterman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:30 min | 10 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The most important And the country that were born in Is the best. Great to have you with us, 800 to 822882. If you want to be on the program here is a couple of sound bites to illustrate a couple of points that I have been making all day. On the program specifically in the last hour. First up is the lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania is name is John Fetterman. He was on the CNN with Poppy Harlow. Some show called CNN newsroom on Friday. She had a question for him. She said, Mr Lieutenant Governor. It sounds like you sounds like you don't think Twitter made the right decision by taking the president off the platform. Is that right, saying that Pennsylvania was rigged or that we were trying to steal the election? Unquote. That's a lie and that you do not have the right that is not protected speech. The second, those tweets went up. They should have been deleted. That's not the platform in someone. It's deleting lies that are yelling fire in a crowded theater when there is none, and there's a difference that is not protected speech. No. One Republican Democrat whatever has the right To say those kind of incendiary lies who gets to crawl in lies? Who is this magnificent personage sitting somewhere who gets to proclaim that whatever, Trump said about Pennsylvania is lies. But more importantly, Lieutenant governor Federal what the hell did you people do for four years? If not lie. About Trump colluding with Russians to steal the 2016 election. When everybody knows it was Hillary Clinton that did exactly that. You guys still haven't conceded the 2016 electro? Yeah, Hillary may have but you haven't You're justifying everything. You're doing that Donald Trump on the basis of a lie that you can't stop telling. And nobody is deep platform in you. And nobody is taking your tweets down. And nobody's even suggesting that your tweets Lieutenant Governor Federman, come down. The Democrat Party has spent the last four years lying about the 2016 election. How in the world is what you people are continuing to do any different than what President Trump is saying about Pennsylvania Today? You guys started all of this. You guys on the Democrat side with the media are the people who got it all rolling that the American electoral system has been torched. That it has lost its honor and integrity. You're the ones for four years with never ending reports in the New York Times your Bible and it's CNN, The Washington Post. Your old testament that all of this that happened was undoubtedly true. You have put everything on your side up to the Test of legitimacy and you have claimed the Trump colluded with Putin. You said that he was a traitor. You said that he was an agent of Vladimir Putin, You said, and you never had a scintilla of evidence. Mr Lieutenant Governor, The Mueller report came up with a flat out Nothing. There was no need for the Mueller report. There was never any evidence that Trump had done anything. For Donald Trump for a couple of weeks or a month talks about how Pennsylvania may have been compromised. And you think somebody has sitting up on high determining that's a lie. And for that, Donald Trump needs to have those tweets taken down. But nobody is suggesting it. Any of your lives be taken down. Nobody's even suggesting that what you guys said for four years, his lies except people like me. But you don't have any evidence. And nobody made a move to shut you down. Nobody made a move to the platform. You nobody made a move to Take your so called offending tweets down that one of you said, hear you saying Pennsylvania was rigged or that we were trying to steal the election? That's a lie. What you say about Donald Trump for four years and counting. Lieutenant Governor Fetterman. You don't have that right? It's not protected Speech. What protected you for four years? And counting. Oh, The New York Times reporter. I'm sorry, The New York Times reporting it legitimizes it. No. The New York Times reporting it. Does nothing but slam the reputation of The New York Times. The second, Those tweets went up from the president. They should have been deleted. I could say the same thing about the never ending lies from John Clapper from from Clapper from John Brennan. From Comey. From Hillary Climbing the list is never ending. The number of people who consistently lied struck strokes. Merck Lisa Paige. That whole FBI combine all And yet Nobody made a move to take your tweets down or two. Suggest The New York Times not be able to report what they've reporting because I didn't have any evidence. They lied about the fact that they had evidence. This is exactly what if you descent You're a domestic terrorist folks, If you if you descend from whatever it is the Democrat Party today believes They are claiming they have a right to shut you down to delete your tweets. Now the lieutenant governor here, Pennsylvania, Mr Federman, he stopped short. Suggesting that Trump B d platform that he didn't agree with the Rasputin, Jack. And his decision to take Trump offered Twitter. But we have somebody who does he ask you can always kind of Democrats to give you what you want..

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"john fetterman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:06 min | 10 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"ABC News Now I'm uni Hahn. State officials bracing for demonstrations with mixed responses. Pennsylvania's Lieutenant governor John Fetterman welcomes peaceful protesters were making it clear that we want you to protest and do it in a peaceable manner that is constitutionally guaranteed. But not in a manner that would result in the loss of life, violence or destruction of property. Well in New Jersey, Trenton's mayor, Rico's Chiara had this to say We're prepared, but we hope that People do stay away and I think it's time for this country to move on and just accept the results of the election and in Washington, D C preparations are ongoing for Joe Biden's inauguration, which will take place under unprecedented security after the Capitol riots on January. 6 and Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny arrested in Moscow after a five month stay in Germany. Navalny was poisoned with a nerve agent in August and blames the Kremlin. Was denied any involvement. This is ABC News. I absolutely love my dog, but the constant shedding not so much, but then I got a Swiffer sweeper, pet kid, and it is amazing. These super thick cloths pick up a crazy amount of hair. Just look at all that. And that was from just one swipe. And the best part sweepers so much easier to maneuver than a broom or a vacuum easily getting around chairs and under the couch. You're right now. I can focus on you not you're shedding Swiffer sweeper, pet kid, because shit happens. Let the doors Well. Ooh, Everybody hope you're weak. Was Graham had a grand week? I don't know if I should share with you that I was having a bad I was having two problems. You did it,.

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"john fetterman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on WTVN

"C by Inauguration day insurance against the repeated the violence seen during the storming of the U. S. Capitol. Preparations in the 50 state capitals against violent protests in Philadelphia, parts of downtown are closed off to prevent any demonstrations or protests. Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor, John Fetterman says that includes the Commonwealth's capital governor shut down the Capitol complex, so it's not even open to the public or anybody at this point in Lansing, Michigan, and open carry state No stranger to armed protest. Security has been stepped up at the Capitol and National Guard members are on hand. Marco Malard ABC NEWS Alexey Navalny, The Russian opposition leader who was poisoned with a nerve agent last summer, has returned to Russia for the first time The Valley detained shortly after landing at an airport in Moscow. Russian police detained Alexei Navalny at passport control shortly after he landed back in Moscow for the first time since he was poisoned with a nerve agent last summer. Opposition leader flew from Germany where he's being recuperating. Hundreds of his supporters and journalists had gathered to see his arrival, but the flight was rerouted by authorities at the last minute to a different airport. Russia's prison service has said it's arresting Navalny for allegedly violating the terms of a suspended sentence from 2014. It said he now will be held until the court rules whether to convert that sentence into real prison time. Actually real ABC News at the Foreign Desk as covert 19 deaths approach. 400,000 incoming White House chief of staff Ron McClain says the Corona virus pandemic will get worse before it gets better, projecting half a million deaths by spring and Los Angeles County now with over a million cases. In Guatemala today, Soldiers.

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"john fetterman" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Bedford streaming Worldwide on the WB s a map and on WBS M com From ABC News. I'm Dave Packard 25,000. National Guard troops expected to be in Washington, D. C by Inauguration day insurance against the repeated the violence seen during the storming of the U. S capitol and preparations in the 50 state capitals against violent protests in Philadelphia, parts of downtown are closed off to prevent any demonstrations or protests. Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor, John Fetterman says that includes the Commonwealth's capital, right governor shut down the Capitol complex, so it's not even open to the public or anybody at this point in Lansing, Michigan, and open carry state. No stranger to armed protest security has been stepped up at the Capitol and National Guard members are on hand. Marco Malard ABC NEWS Alexey Navalny, The Russian opposition leader who was poisoned with a nerve agent last summer, has returned to Russia for the first time the Valley detained shortly after landing it in there. Port in Moscow. Russian police detained Alexei Navalny at passport control shortly after he landed back in Moscow for the first time since he was poisoned with a nerve agent last summer. The opposition leader flew from Germany, where he's being recuperating. Hundreds of his supporters and journalists had gathered to see his arrival, but the flight was rerouted by authorities at the last minute. With different airport. Russia's prison service has said it's arresting Navalny for allegedly violating the terms of a suspended sentence from 2014. It said he now will be held until the court rules whether to convert that sentence into real prison time. Patrick Regal ABC News at the Foreign Desk as covert 19 deaths approach. 400,000 incoming White House chief of staff, Ron McClain says the Corona virus pandemic will get worse before it gets better, projecting half a million deaths by spring in Los Angeles County, now with over a million Pieces in Guatemala today, soldiers.

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"john fetterman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 10 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on KOMO

"Moh news coming up in the coma Morning News, the latest on that bomb scare in downtown Seattle yesterday. Now here's ABC. Good Morning. It's a 30 across the U. S security intensifying as the FBI warns of possible violence in the days before Joe Biden's inauguration, including state capitals like Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Lieutenant governor John Fetterman says they're prepared. We're not anticipating any specific kinds of threats. But we are taking every precaution to make sure that these protests are are their constitutionally guaranteed right to peaceably assemble and demonstrate. Meanwhile, in Washington, there will be approximately 25,000 on duty in the nation's capital by inauguration Day. Sources telling ABC News President Trump is thinking about a self pardon on his way out lawyers still at the White House, telling him not to do it that it won't hold up hold up to constitutional scrutiny as the U. S approaches. 400,000 Covert 19 deaths word that former record producer Phil Specter, convicted of murder is dying in a California prison of covert related complications on Saturday. He was 81 years old. I'm Dave Packer, ABC News. Homo news 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning. Come on news time is 8 31. I'm Eric Hynes in the coma. 24 7 News Center. Here is the top local stories we're covering for Sunday. January 17th. Washington Patrol says the driver who may have been under the influence hit a patrol car early this morning on highway 16 at Tree Mon state southwest of Port Orchard. The trooper was outside of the car cleaning debris from the wood from the westbound lane. When the crash happened, the driver sustained minor injuries. The trooper was not seriously hurt. A bomb threat forced the closure of a portion of downtown Seattle Saturday afternoon, Seattle police chief Adrian de ESAs the fire truck was first reported around 1:15 P.m. here, the FBI building at Spring Street and third the owner claim there was a bomb inside, but it turns out there was no bomb. Chief Diaz says The man was arrested right now. We just know that there's a heightened level of tension..

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"john fetterman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 10 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The massive security presence in Washington, D. C ahead of the inauguration includes federal, state and local law enforcement, as well as National Guard personnel from across the map actually have a full 50 states or contributing all three of our territories and obviously here in the district performing as well. That's General Daniel are Hoke. It's in the National Guard bureau chief. There's also concern at state capitals about the potential for violence. Pennsylvania's loot Governor John Fetterman says they're ready. There been many, many protests over the last couple months. It's right there under the steps there in our capital and the governor, my governor shut down the Capitol complex, so it's not even open to the public or anybody at this point. President elect Biden said Friday he feels safe about taking the oath of office outdoors. A new memo Saturday from the incoming White House chief of staff Ron claim lays out the plans for the president elect's 1st 10 days in office on his first day right after the inauguration, then President Biden plans to sign around a dozen executive orders, including rejoining the Paris agreement, telling the Department of Education to extend the paws on student loan payments. Reverse the travel ban on mainly Muslim countries and order a mask mandate on federal property and interstate travel as part of his 100 Day masking challenge. Alex Stone, ABC News Washington President elect has pledged to improve the Corona virus vaccine rollout. Maybe she's Trevor also some governors here, accusing the Trump Administration of lying about vaccines earlier this week. Departing Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Days are saying Maura doses were on the way. But the reserve second doses he was talking about had all Already been shipping out for weeks. There is no surplus and governors across the country are outraged Governor Andrew Cuomo, saying seven million New Yorkers are now eligible for their shot. The state is only receiving 250,000 doses next week. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1.

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"john fetterman" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"I'm taking the arrival of yet another layer of barriers. Republican South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham says better police preparation could have diminished the need for barricades, perhaps quelling the capital mayhem. How could they fail so miserably? Where 20 years after 9 11? Right? Yesterday that could've blown the building up. Former Senate sergeant at arms Frank Larkin blames the pandemonium on one thing, it comes down to a failure. Intelligence, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says how Sergeant at arms, Paul Irving is resigning. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell requested and received the resignation of Senate Sergeant in arms, Michael Stinger. Thousands of National Guard troops will be mobilized in D. C by this weekend in an effort to keep the peace. The latest coronavirus numbers from the county show. Another large spike in deaths and new infections. 47 more San Diegans have died, bringing the death toll to 1738. There were 38 50 3850 new infections out of more than 33,000 tests. That's a positivity rate of 11%. Southern California's ICU capacity. Is it 0% here in San Diego County? There are about 40 staffed ICU beds available. Theo US recording the most daily death from the coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic with 4000. Oh, go on New Year's time. 902, Pennsylvania Republicans hold the majority in that state legislature on Tuesday they prevented Democrat State Senator Jim Brewster from being seated for the new term. The issue was mail in ballots. Mr. Brewster, the Democrat, defeated his Republican opponent by just 67 votes, but 311 mail in ballots were counted, even though they were not David. That's a violation of the state's election law. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court run by Liberal Democrats ignored the law surprise, They said these ballots could be counted so Republicans took the case to federal court, where it is still pending. Meanwhile, Democrat Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman tried to seek Mr Brewer Republicans and what the media calls an unusual move said No way they voted to remove the lieutenant governor as the presiding officer. The proceedings. And then refused to seat Mr Brewster until further review. Now, of course, the Democrats went ballistic. Pennsylvania's Democrat, Hack governor, Tom Wolfe, accused Republicans of subverting the democratic process. Democrats is all of, you know by now believe they're entitled to bend the law or to break it or to stomp on it or ignore it whenever their powers at stake and anybody gets in their way. Subversive. Thankfully, it seems Pennsylvania Republicans have had enough and they actually want their election laws. Father that's a novel concept will keep track here. The Rush Limbaugh show is Next on news radio 600.

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"john fetterman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Anyone in this in this building. Trust me, my friend. You don't want to walk up there with me up there now Republicans muscling through motion to remove Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman Democrat as the presiding officer for the day after he insisted Brewster be sworn in with other senators. Republicans then voted through another motion to recognize the election in every Senate contest, except for Brewster's Democrats and Republicans are stealing the election and committing an unprecedented abuse of power in their majority. While Republicans say the move to block Brewster's squarely within their constitutional authority to decide Who should hold the seat. The U. S representative Emanuel Cleaver says he was caught off guard by the negative response after he ended his opening prayer on the first day of a new Congress by saying Amen and a woman Cleaver, who is a United Methodist minister and former mayor of Kansas City, is in his ninth term in Congress, he told the Kansas City Star. His A woman reference on Sunday was intended to Recognize the record number of women serving in Congress. But it spurred a torrent of criticism from conservatives who accused Who accused the minister of misunderstanding the meaning of a men. Of course, the Hebrew word that means so be it. Cleaver said it was upon intended as a tribute to his female colleagues and a rear admiral Margaret Grunt Kibun, a new House chaplain and first woman to hold that role. There are 144 women serving in the House and Senate. The previous high was 129 and the Recording Academy has hit the pause button on the Grammys. The ceremony was set for later this month at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, but it's now pushed back to March. Have moved from January. 31st to the 14th of March comes amid a recent surge in cases and deaths in the U. S. Ah, hospitals, of course in Los Angeles. As I mentioned they've been swamped. Um, Max capacity. The statement from the Grammy organization and CBS has given the situation the postponement.

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"john fetterman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:26 min | 10 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"This week for allegedly covering up decades of sex abuse among Boy Scout troops in Arizona. Marks the latest litigation before the state's end of the year deadline for adult victims to sue in the seven suits, each representing seven different male victim's attorney say church officials never notified authorities about Abuse allegations. Public records show. Members of the church sponsored Boy Scout troops who were abused would tell church bishops about what they experienced Those suits alleged. The bishops would then tell the victims to keep quiet so the church could conduct its own investigation. In the meantime, troop leaders and volunteers accused of sex abuse would be allowed to continue in their roles or Assigned to another troop. Church spokesperson said in a statement that the faith has zero tolerance for abuse of any kind and that the serious allegations require a thorough investigation. Well, Lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania is continuing to publicly troll the lieutenant governor of Texas over the latter Taking of voter fraud. Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick offered up to a million dollars for anybody who came forward with evidence of voter fraud. Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman did at least one case in which a man admitted to illegally casting a ballot for President Trump. In the name of his dead mother. Lieutenant governor says he wants his money heard from early on staying for me to get serious and I'm like, Hey, my dude. You know where's Where's Where's my money? You know, and the good news. I could report from Pennsylvania's that President Trump received 100% of the dead mother vote here in our commonwealth during this Next elections. We have three cases of voter fraud. Three cases fight with the president tweeted out earlier today, the on Lee documented cases of voter fraud in Pennsylvania, where these three cases and my dude in Texas hopes Pennsylvania Big Big Bank MSNBC reporting, Patrick's office responded, saying, quote. It's not clear why Lieutenant Governor Federman continues on this topic since Democrats don't believe in voter fraud unless it's the Russians. Meanwhile, Alabama GOP representative Mo Brooks told the Fox Business Network he believes he's fighting for the country. Unlike those who won't go along with his attempt to overthrow the results of the election, Brooks is attempting to get House members and members of the Senate. To delay the inevitable by challenging the results of the election. We're going to sponsor and co sponsor objections to the electoral college vote returns of Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, Nevada, and maybe more depending on where we collectively want to go. The real issue is whether we're going to have any senators who have done their homework has studied what has transpired to the point where they understand is we do That there has been massive voter fraud and election staff. Unlike anything we've seen in American history quickly about your critics when it comes to this strategy. Here's an example here is Congressman Adam Kinzinger Republican who said this he tweeted the following all this talk about a January 6th strategy and other from other congressional grifters and President Trump is simply explained they will raise money and gain followers by blaming everyone else. Knowing full well, they can't do anything. It's sad and it's an utter scam. What do you say to kids injure and your other critics? It is saying, to the extent that we've got Republicans who are unwilling to do their homework, her and willing to make tough decisions, and unfortunately, Adam Kinzinger falls in that ballpark. If he would do his homework, he would understand that the evidence is overwhelming, and he can either surrender. To the people who support voter fraud elections after he can fire for his country. It's an effort seemingly doomed to fail, given Democrats control the House and wouldn't vote to undermine the election results, declaring the opposing party's candidate The victor. Long Island Man's been arrested after a Christmas morning crime spree that gives new meaning to the term doorbuster cops that had happened shortly before 2 A.m. Friday when Justin Shuffle, stole a snowplow from a Bayshore shopping center and then crashed it through the front door of a target. Authorities say, shuffled and swiped a coat and several gift cards before police caught him in the electronic section of the big box retailer. The 33 year old pleaded not guilty to charges of burglary. Workers have installed nearly 200 glittering Waterford crystal triangles on Times Square's New Year's Eve ball that in preparation for a pandemic limited celebration. Jeffrey Kraus is the president. Countdown entertainment. This is the most anticipated New Year's Eve celebrations since the.

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"john fetterman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:48 min | 11 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"J. Liederman, who does our theme music, lieutenant governor told NPR's morning edition. I will never tweet out anything that Twitter has to slap a warning on like a packet cigarette. Other words, he says, he steers clear of hyperbole and tries to stay focused on fax. Sam done. Club member station W. Rtf tells us what might be next for the charismatic state leader. If you've been paying attention to the post election news cycle in Pennsylvania, you've no doubt heard the voice or seen the face of John Fetterman, the state's 6 ft eight tattooed lieutenant governor who has a Harvard degree. He sums up the attempts by Trump's campaign to discredit the state's election like this. I said, you could sue a ham sandwich. It's not going to change anything where you can order the ham sandwich. And it's not gonna change anything. Federman has clearly taken point on the administration's efforts to defend Pennsylvania's election process. Neither Governor Tom Wolf nor Secretary of State Kathy Book far have talked much since Election day, leaving much of the election fraud debunking to the lieutenant governor. And that's okay with him. One of the Internet jokes or means is that I'm governor was anger translator. And so there's some truth to that. You know where it's like. Let's start talking facts. Let's break it down. You know, the term Anger Translator is a reference to a long running key and Peele skit from the Obama era. And at this point, Federman says, he'd rather turned the focus to a more important issue. My hope. Is, we could finally agree that the true enemy is the corona buyers, not each other. But let's just stop and address the pandemic which is raging, you know, right under our noses at this point. Of course, the lieutenant governor has a life outside of anger translation. Before he held a state row office. Fetterman was mayor of a town called Brad IQ near Pittsburgh. When he came into office, it was known as a steel town decades passed its economic prime. He and his family still live there in a converted car dealership. Federman is also a self described Democratic socialist and could have a recipe potent enough to pull off a statewide election win, says political science professor Chris Borick of Muhlenberg College because of where he's come from, and is his experiences in a place like Radic could speak for the challenges of working class people on the margins and some of the problems that they have from substance abuse to access to health care. It's possible Federman may run for Pennsylvania governor or U. S Senate to big spots that will be open in 2022. He tried the ladder back in 2016 and came in third in the Democratic primary. But in 2018 governor, Tom Wolfe chose him as his running mate. After he won a crowded lieutenant governor primary, Federman tells me he's exploring his options for a future run. I'm considering both leagues, but it is certainly not my primary focus right now. Even so, long time Republican political consultant Christopher Nicolas is already thinking about him for the next cycle. I think most Republican political consultant like myself. Would rather face someone like him in the general election that a more traditional candidates. In my opinion is too far out of the mainstream for the state as world Democratic strategist Daniel Gross, on the other hand, doesn't think so, she says. A traditional candidate wouldn't necessarily be a shoo in or appeal broadly to voters Statewide. Is John Settlement crazy the guy that if you put out a casting call that he'd be the person that you'd expect to spill it. I am not sure what you know. We've seen some really quickie casting choices by Pennsylvania voters. Either way Pennsylvanians should expect to hear more from the man G Q Magazine calls a quote American taste God, thanks to his laid back mechanic, Esq fashion sense. For NPR.

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"john fetterman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:11 min | 11 months ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"His trip to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where he was set to meet with Republican state lawmakers about allegations that he's made a voting irregularities. The Commonwealth certified It's election yesterday, officially awarding its 20 electoral votes to President elect Joe Biden. Joining us now from Philadelphia is John Fetterman. He is the lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania. All right, so President Trump canceled his trip wife. Oh, no. Oh, Too bad. Well, those first all those aren't allegations. Those are bald faced lies about Pennsylvania's election system. It worked actually beautifully, and we delivered a true result that Unfortunately for the president Named Joe Biden the winner, and that's how it is going to go. So why he canceled? I I don't know, but it's not going to change anything. It's just a sad Amway meeting in a hotel, Blue ballroom and Gettysburg. And it's not gonna have any meaningful impact on the outcome. All right? I want to go back to the last segment where I just We just interviewed Peter Navarro, and he brought up manufacturing jobs. Obviously, manufacturing is such an incredibly important important sector in Pennsylvania. How do you How would a Biden administration What do you want to see from a Biden administration in order to bring back manufacturing jobs to places like Pennsylvania? Yeah, G I Joe Biden is all about Bill's back better and made in America. And, you know, speaking, I mean, I'm literally sitting across the street from a steel mill. And you know, acknowledging the investment in these kind of industries that we already have here in Pennsylvania. U. S. Steel is poised to build the greenest steel mill in the world. And it would be amazing to have a president who truly understands that we can move forward with existing industries and make them green make them more efficient. Make them more environmentally friendly. So we can preserve the union way of life here and make us much as we can right here. Not only in Pennsylvania but here domestically, so I'm encouraged. By everything that I know Joe Biden stands for From what I heard. I want to talk a little bit about the economy. You've been a proponent of legalizing marijuana. We've seen some other states do it. But frankly, the revenue is never as much as the assumptions in the budget. Is this just another way to help try to close the budget deficit. Well, you know, I don't know if I agree with that. It's the assertion that the revenues don't always match They actually often will match and sometimes they will exceed that. But you know what compared to a state that we're wed. His league is illegal in the revenue zero except if you don't count the drug cartels and the dealers, so the revenue that we're saying no to would be a minimum of $5 billion over Over 20 years here in Pennsylvania. That's a fact. So the idea of free money is always better than no money, especially when it's going to the black market so absolutely convinced that it's the right reason not only for budgetary reasons, but also for justice and for freedom and from jobs. It's it's a no brainer, to be quite honest with you. And I know right now we're trying to balance jobs with a health emergency. And I am curious..

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"john fetterman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm Brian Clark, the nation's waiting for the projections that could make Joe Biden the next president. The United States has its eyes on Pennsylvania, where the 20 electoral votes up for grabs would put Biden over the top. The Commonwealth Lieutenant governor, John Fetterman, tells ABC. The blame on the lack of results is on Republicans in the state Legislature. Who did not allow early and mailing votes to be tabulated before election Day. There is no path there is no cluster of trump votes that you haven't discovered in Pennsylvania. This is all going to continue to break in the vice president's favor and president seems intent on dragging this out. President Trump has just arrived at his Virginia golf course on Twitter, he says. I won this election by a lot. Twitter's flag that message along with several others from his account this morning, where he alleged voting fraud without offering evidence. One state where the president is closing the gap in the vote count is Arizona. But it's not known if he's doing it to the point where he could win the state, ABC serene Shaz in Phoenix secretary of State right here in Arizona, saying that the Processes working exactly the way that it should. It's a process that shows the margin between the candidates shrinking. They're separated by about 30,000 votes. That is less than 1% point. It is unclear if that is enough for the president. Across the finish line, at least right here in this state, But it also leads in Nevada and Georgia, where ABC News can project the Senate race between incumbent Republican David Perdue and Democrat John Asafa led to a January runoff means both Georgia's Senate race will be determined in runoff that could tip the Senate balance of power in the White House chief of staff Mark Meadows in at least six other aides have tested positive for covert 19 cases air rising across the country. There are desperate attempts to slow the search all across the country in Massachusetts, the state Eating a 9:30 p.m. curfew on restaurants, movie theaters and James as doctors braced themselves for a search. Maybe see Stephanie Ramos. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's.

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"john fetterman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In Pennsylvania, the president has a modest weed of 16,000 votes and dwindling and their 160,000 outstanding mail in ballots and there is not one county or region in Pennsylvania, where those ballots Wildly to Joe Biden. Whether it's 60, 40 and even out of Philadelphia, it's high 90 10, you know so It's It's math at this point, and it's inevitable in Pennsylvania how the count's going to go. So, um, I mean, it's just a reality here on the ground. I want to just emphasize also because the president has sought to make this a partisan issue. He's falsely said the Democrats were counting in Georgia, where most officials are Republican, for example. I do know that you're you're a Democrat there plenty of Democrats involved in the counting in Pennsylvania. But is it correct that this is a nonpartisan process, also in Pennsylvania that involves both Democrats and Republicans Court? Of course, your Your your listeners can encourage them to follow Commissioner Al Schmidt in Philadelphia. He's a Republican voting commissioner who's helping oversee it and manage it literally. And you can go online and watch them counted on the Internet from anywhere in the world. So this idea, like I hate to even have to see this because it lends credence to these outrageous statements and lives. About the process, not being open and transparent. You know, our election in Pennsylvania went, you know just incredibly well. No voter fraud, No voter intimidation Anything. And we are counting these ballots, and it's taking this long because the Republican Legislature refused to allow even a 24 hour extra window to pre canvass these male and valid But now they didn't. So now they're saying, Well, why is it taking so long? Because you would let the state pre canvas Earlier so we could get a result more quickly. So there was an argument. There was an argument over whether preparatory steps could be taken before the closing. And then I win if I might, though, when the president falsely claims he did last night that there's some kind of fraud somewhere and again. He offered no evidence for that. He didn't even really try to back up his case. He just made it. How if it all does that affect the work of ballot counters in Pennsylvania? It doesn't The president sadly, has just assumed the role of some random Internet troll saying, you know, pointless, outlandish things and I just tune it out. It's just I don't care how big your microphone is. It doesn't make a lie anymore. True, and the fact of the matter is the count is going fine in Pennsylvania. The math is inevitable, and today you're going to see that margin evaporate. Ready pretty quickly and then from there on in, there's no mathematical probability where the president doesn't ultimately come out behind by a significant number of votes. With these mail in ballots their outstanding then I guess we'll just repeat again. Of course you'll count and you'll report what the results are. But you're basing that on the way the mail in ballots have gone so far from All over the country. Let me ask you, Lieutenant Governor about security. I'm told that Philadelphia Police are investigating some kind of plot to attack a convention center where votes are being counted. What have you learned? I mean, I know what you know, in terms of of what what's being read in whatever. But again. It's just contributing to this. This atmosphere of chaos. You know, uh, everyone just needs to take a take a deep breath. And realize that all these forecast of doom and gloom about our election were then come to pass. As I consistently said, You know, we have this process well under control. We are Accounting, and we're wrapping up after the largest election we've ever had in our Commonwealth, and the results will be true and will absolutely reflected democratic will of our residents. That's effect and I will never tweet out anything. Nor will my governor. My governor tweet out anything that Twitter has to slap a warning on like a practice cigarettes. Any statement coming from any Pennsylvania official? Is going to be true. Based on facts and in reality, no warnings are going to be necessary on social media. John Fetterman is lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor Federman. Thanks so much for the time really appreciate it. Thank you. And he's telling us to watch for the final count.

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"john fetterman" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"855 94 used talk 5 50 k f Y i and ii dot com On Twitter at K F Y I really news in Realty Time. Arizona license number 2 to 2. 36 Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin have spent the day in talks over another round of Corona virus related stimulus, but the two sides remain far apart on key issues. We not only have a dollars today we have a values debate. Still, I'm optimistic. Pelosi is moving ahead with the vote this evening on a $2.2 trillion proposal, backed by House Democrats. It represents a trillion dollars less than the Heroes Act passed by the House in May. But the White House and Senate Republican leaders have rejected the measure. Mnuchin has put forward a counter offer totaling about $1.5, trillion on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News in case You are keeping track, the federal government's fiscal year ended yesterday. 2020. A year of record spending won't know the total. $6 trillion on voting. Democrats lining up to say the president is trying to undermine the election. Pennsylvania's Lieutenant governor John Fetterman, the latest trust, We have a clear quite now, where is chaos is the objective? To create and undermine Chaos to historic the confidence that we haven't mail in voting, and Prince painted Federman saying mail in voting in Pennsylvania 100% secure. Of course, there's been problems with in person voting in Philadelphia already, of course, the president, he says, the Democrats trying to rig the election moving in towards an all male in system. Some shepherd all high school varsity and J V football games going to be cancelled after several members of the team coaches tested positive for covet. So the next two games the teams scheduled to play off the books for now, the team in a quarantine for the next 14 days on Wall Street Today, the Dow finished up 35 points to close at 27,816. Could you look at traffic.

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"john fetterman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"john fetterman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Robust times when the steel industry was flourishing. But who are you hearing from what are some of the applicants saying, by the way, they have to be residents? But what are some of them saying are their qualifications? Well. And it's a variety of folks have applied people who have no idea about how local local government functions as well as individuals that are business minded and want to do things to build the business community back up and down. We're we're expecting to to get someone that's engaged that is community centered. So it's promising at this point. And I I don't know how many people will Indem with. But I I'm hopeful that on the twenty ninth will be able to select someone that cares about Brad is engaged. What we get another. You know, John Fetterman another Harvard grad, I doubt that. But I think we're going to get someone that is very focused and is energized about making Braddock a better place to live work in play. Well, you know, it's interesting. We're at a time in our country's history. Where there's a debate about whether. Not somebody having had experience in the world of politics. Whether that's a good thing or not. Are you looking for somebody who's had political experience or you looking for someone who maybe hasn't had any and and might be a bit of a flame thrower? And either way what are you concerned? I mean, if you if you get someone who's never done anything like this before it could go either way. I don't think that that matters is much as it does that the individual have. I guess what we would call intellectual curiosity. So if they have a willingness to learn to understand local government into to grow in that capacity. I think we'll have a we'll have a wonderful. They Oreo appointment, and hopefully they will seek the office permanently. By the way, these auditions on the twenty ninth will they be? I mean, not dancing. I certainly, but will they be making a pitch they will. So all the applicants have registered with the borough office. We will be able to assess and and make sure that they've voted in the borough of product and pull up that information. They've also submitted their resume in a letter of interest and during that public meeting they will for five minutes. Tell everyone council and all those in attendance, why they want to be the mayor of the borough Braddock, quite quite a local moment. Tina say the council president of the brattleboro Braddock, Pennsylvania. Former steel town that's seen quite a bit of a comeback under its previous mayor now looking for a new one through audition. Thank you so.

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