37 Burst results for "Judiciary Committee"

Scott Perry Spokespersn Denies Any 'Overturning-the-Election' Talk

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 5 d ago

Scott Perry Spokespersn Denies Any 'Overturning-the-Election' Talk

"Perry's spokesman Jay ostrich said the congressman denied being part of any such discussion about Ways to overturn the election I suppose Let's see Perry was present during the December 21 meeting between members of their house Arch conservative freedom caucus they write and Trump the strategize about what Congress could do to block final certification of Biden's election They're perfectly free to do that That's not a crime and the Democrats do this all the time Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue Now this guy is a real louse In my opinion Told Senate Judiciary Committee stab Perry called him at Trump's behest on December 27th To discuss what turned out to be an Erin analysis circulating among Trump backers at the time that Pennsylvania certified vote count was higher than a number of voters who had actually cast about who cares So what And they go on Of course they cite That's a case here Cassidy hutcheson Who of course was found not to be all that of a reliable witness was she

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Fresh update on "judiciary committee" discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

00:38 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "judiciary committee" discussed on The Financial Guys

"It's thousands of miles away, but when the shockwaves then land on your doorstep, wow, look out and it was Mark Levin, I believe, on Fox. He made that exact point that it's not just a problem for president Trump. It's a problem for America. What took place at Mar-a-Lago, let me be very, very clear. Is a message being sent to all Americans that the ruling class is in revolt that they need to take down Trump, two phony impeachments, a phony criminal investigation, a phony investigation, an Albany New York, a phony investigation in Fulton county, Georgia, a January 6th unconstitutional committee, a U.S. attorney with ties to Obama completely rogue and out of control. That's what's going on. Yep. And that's his perfectly said as it could have been there. But whether it's the Trump raid, illegal immigration, inflation. These are all problems that are now landing at America's doorstep and we are at a crossroads. I mean, this country is at a crossroads of what the hell are we going to do? Yeah. Are we going to let the extreme left continue to destroy the country that Donald Trump built up in four years? Are we going to take our country back in the midterms by having a Republican House? Potentially, a Republican Senate, and Donald Trump and The White House in 2024. Well, last question before we wrap up, if the right, I just ate my microphone there. If the right takes over, let's say either side or both the Senate and the House, do they get Biden out of there? No, I mean, I think the American people are going to do it at the ballot box in 2024. But hell hath no fury like a Republican House, you know, you think of the freedom caucus now when it comes to being in charge of the House judiciary committee. And look, it would be hypocritical for me to say, yes, the Republicans should go after a and B and seek is they came after us. If a legitimate crime was committed and I do believe that Hunter Biden is the poster boy for that, then yes, we should investigate that. But, you know, the shoe is going to be on the other foot pretty soon. And when Republicans do take over the house after the midterm elections, I mean, those elements of the party that want a pound of flesh, you better believe Hunter Biden's at the top of that list. And I guess where I'm going with that real quick is not so much do.

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Kurt Schlichter Shares His Thoughts on GOP Sen. Tim Scott

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 6 d ago

Kurt Schlichter Shares His Thoughts on GOP Sen. Tim Scott

"Cut 40. I want your reaction play cut 40. Do you think the FBI do you still believe and trust in the FBI to do its job, even with a former president in a nonpartisan way? Or do you believe as a former president says that FBI is executing a witch hunt? Well, we've had the FBI before the judiciary committee just in the last two weeks trying to figure out why they do what they do. And there's been lots of questions before this rate about whether or not the FBI is doing their job apolitical. And we don't know the answer to that question yet. This is probably about the FBI. This is going to raise more questions in my opinion. We need to let this play out and see exactly what happens. Kurt? I like Tim Scott. I think he's a great guy. I would love him as a neighbor. If it was 2004, I would be happy to vote for his sunny optimistic view of empowerment. And he's got a great story as a wonderful guy, and he's not a wartime consigliere. Okay, Tom Hagen. Out of the room, the men have to talk about how we're going to make our enemy sleep with the fishes. If you come in there and go, oh, gosh. I need to see all the facts. You don't get that there are no facts. There's all a line, all a scam, get another of the attempts to frame the president to unlawfully and immorally retain power. I like Tim Scott. Nice guy, not the right guy for today.

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Fresh update on "judiciary committee" discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

00:57 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "judiciary committee" discussed on Fresh Air

"This is fresh air. I'm Terry gross. My guest, congressman Adam Schiff, has been very busy the past few years investigating Donald Trump. Schiff is the chair of the House intelligence committee. Schiff was the lead manager of the first impeachment and Senate impeachment trial of then president Trump. That was the impeachment focusing around the call with president zelensky, in which Trump asked for a favor in return for weapons to fight Russia's military occupation of part of Ukraine. Now Schiff is serving on the House select committee investigating January 6th, and Trump's attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. After FBI agents, with a search warrant, seized confidential and top secret documents from Mar-a-Lago last week, Schiff asked the intelligence community for a damage assessment and a briefing for Congress. Schiff has served as a democratic congressman from California since 2001. He served on the judiciary committee from 2001 to 2011. His memoir has just been published in paperback with a new afterward. The book is titled midnight in Washington how we almost lost our democracy and still could. We recorded our interview yesterday morning. Congressman Schiff welcome to fresh air. In the afterward, which you wrote in May, you question whether the Justice Department is acting with sufficient determination and vigor to investigate Trump's efforts to subvert our democracy. Has the search warrant that last week enabled the FBI to remove top secret classified documents stored in Mar-a-Lago, affected your thoughts on Garland and the DoJ's work moving forward. It has affected it. I am more encouraged at the Justice Department is willing to do what it said it would do, which is follow the evidence where it leads. They certainly appear to be doing that in the case of classified materials, some with the highest classification markings that were found at Mar-a-Lago. I still am concerned a year and a half after the events of January 6th, though, that certain elements of the plot to overturn the election do not appear to be under investigation as they pertain to the former president. And sort of exhibit a would be Georgia. The president on the phone with the Secretary of State in Georgia, demanding that he find 11,780 votes that don't exist. And the Justice Department now has evidence is the result of our investigation that in a meeting with top Justice Department officials at the time. When he sat down with them in The White House and they told him in no uncertain terms that these claims of election fraud were BS, that his answer was just say the election was corrupt and leave the rest to me and the Republicans. That's pretty powerful evidence of intent and we have yet, I think, to see that under the microscope by the Justice Department. Well, there are Justice Department also recently sees the cell phone of Scott Perry a Republican congressman from Pennsylvania and he leads the far right house freedom caucus. And that was seized in connection with the Justice Department's investigation of fake electors to overturn the 2020 election. So is that an optimistic sign to you that the Justice Department is moving forward in investigating the fake elector scheme? I think there certainly investigating the fake electric scheme for what we can see publicly.

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Is the FBI Apolitical? YEAH RIGHT!

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:52 sec | Last week

Is the FBI Apolitical? YEAH RIGHT!

"Your Republican establishment. Are you happy with this? Play cut 40. Do you think the FBI do you still believe and trust in the FBI to do its job even with a former president in a nonpartisan way? Or do you believe as a former president says that FBI is executing a witch hunt? Well, we've had the FBI before the judiciary committee just in the last two weeks, trying to figure out why they do what they do. And there's been lots of questions before this rate about whether or not the FBI is doing their job apolitical. And we don't know the answer to that question yet. This is probably about the FBI. This is going to raise more questions in my opinion. We need to let this play out and see exactly what happens. That's your Republican establishment. Look, we don't know if they're being political or not. Let this play out. What do you feel about that freedom

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Doug Sits Down With Erich Pratt of Gun Owners of America

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:03 min | Last week

Doug Sits Down With Erich Pratt of Gun Owners of America

"Today on the show, we got Eric prep from gun owners of America. A good friend. He's been on the show before, you've been on radio show. We felt a lot about this. We're going to break it down a little bit deeper than just the headlines because I think it's important for you to understand some of the problems that we're seeing in some of the bills that are being passed. These rush to judgment bills, what I call them. And I had to deal with this in the judiciary committee as ranking member with Jerry Nadler over and over and over again. And then this new assault weapons ban plus, you know, really the overreaction of New York State to the Supreme Court case on the carry permit issue. So we got a lot to talk about. Welcome back to the podcast. Hey, thank you so much for having me. Great to be with you, Doug. All right, let's do something. Let's start back. It sort of reversed. You, of course, buffalo and others sort of highlighted this again. Congress got to do something that got to do something got to do something. The first iteration of this was really before even the Supreme Court case and I want to get to that in just a minute. But this idea of this quote bipartisan gun Bill. That really at the end of the day, number one, you know, from my perspective, didn't do anything to take any of these shootings would have not touched them at all, but it actually had a lot of really problematic issues. Give me your take on it, and then let's dive into a little bit of it. Sure. Well, I think you said it well. Nothing that is in there is going to make people safer. It's actually going to endanger innocent gun owners. First of all, it gives millions of dollars to encourage states to pass red flag laws. Otherwise known as gun confiscation orders. Sadly, wherever these laws have been passed in the states, it's resulted in innocent people having their guns confiscated, illegitimately, without due process, and yet you see state after state after state that's passed these laws already and it hasn't stopped mass shootings from occurring.

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House passes semi-automatic gun ban after 18-year lapse

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

House passes semi-automatic gun ban after 18-year lapse

"I Mike rossia reporting the house passes a ban on semi-automatic weapons after an 18 year lapse After a day of impassioned debate 67% of Americans support an assault weapon ban The latest so called assault weapons ban is unconstitutional We have a responsibility to try and stop mass shootings Let's call this for what it is It's a gun grab The House passed legislation Friday evening to revive a band on semi-automatic weapons On this vote the yeas are 217 The nays are 213 The bill would outlaw importing selling or manufacturing a wide array of semi-automatic weapons but judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler said it would exempt those already in possession Democrats pushed through the legislation in response to a wave of mass shootings including those at a buffalo New York supermarket and rob elementary school in Yuval Texas nearly all Republicans in the House voted against the bill and the legislation could stall in the 50 50 Senate Mike Gracia Washington

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Rep. Eric Swalwell Says Republicans Have Chosen Chaos

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Eric Swalwell Says Republicans Have Chosen Chaos

"Good morning, representative swalwell. Good morning. Good morning. I was just in a judiciary committee hearing. We call that the land of misfit toys because it's including the likes of Jim Jordan, Matt Gaetz and others. So this is a welcome and refreshing recovery. Listen, can we tell you that calling you an alpha liberal is the highest compliment because on TV on Twitter, you show Democrats how to fight. How to take it to these Republicans. You tweeted that. You said worse the land of misfit treasonous toys could get more populated of some of these mega Republican candidates win. Right, and you just went through the whole bunch of them that have threatened violence in their campaign ads, right? And I just sat through a hearing with the assistant attorney general where the Republicans are protesting that the Department of Justice is looking at people that threaten violence at school board meetings. And they can not draw the distinction between someone who would show up peacefully and passionately to talk about their kids curriculum. And the over 220 cases that Reuters has recently identified of incidents where school board members are being threatened and look, this is a lot who now is more comfortable with violence than voting. They'd rather see chaos than community. And we can't call them out enough because look only one vision for America is going to come out of this midterm. Either it's a vision of community or it's a vision of chaos. And we know they have chosen chaos

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Dinesh Reviews Senator Chuck Grassley's Revelations About the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Dinesh Reviews Senator Chuck Grassley's Revelations About the FBI

"Senator chuck grassley of Iowa has been writing letters to Merrick Garland and to the FBI director Christopher wray and these letters normally I'm not big on letter writing because I'm like a letter is nothing more than a kind of piece of paper that very often these guys are going to just toss into the trash can, big deal and sometimes our side has a tendency to think that if you write a letter, you've somehow done something. No, you haven't done anything. But in this case, we have grassley, who is an influential figure on the, in the Senate judiciary. And so it's the committee that has oversight over the FBI. And writing on judiciary committee letter had grassley makes two points. And both the points have been derived from FBI whistleblowers. These are FBI agents who have come forward and have apparently revealed two interesting things. The first one is that the FBI has been very involved in suppressing, suppressing investigations connected with Hunter Biden and the Biden crime family. So this is very telling that the FBI has been deliberately ignoring evidence and they have been using the fig leaf. In fact, they've been using the pretense that they know to be untrue. That this is Russia and disinformation.

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Whistleblowers Say DOJ, FBI Show Political Bias in Investigations

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Whistleblowers Say DOJ, FBI Show Political Bias in Investigations

"A string of whistleblowers within the FBI Alleged that the bureau and the Department of Justice have selectively observed federal guidelines launching investigations into conservative aligned figures without a sufficient basis to do so In a Monday press release from the Senate Judiciary Committee ranking member chuck grassley The Iowa Republican highlighted whistleblower accusations that quote Washington field office assistant special agent in charge Timothy siebel THI BAU Disregarded agency guidelines requiring substantial factual predication to trigger investigations Grassley's office noted that thee bolt played a pivotal role in opening an investigation into the Trump campaign Using information from a quote left aligned organization unquote and that he whitewashed the sources biases to coax approval for an investigation from FBI director Christopher wray and attorney general Merrick Garland And the whistleblowers further allege that the bolt worked to falsely discredit legitimate evidence against Hunter Biden president Joe Biden's son related to his finances and business deals abroad Grassley wrote last week to ray and Garland to address the allegations against the bolt making bold pronouncement as to the state of American justice system Should they prove true

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Congresswoman Lauren Boebert on the Future of Gun Control

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Congresswoman Lauren Boebert on the Future of Gun Control

"Of have this reputation as being this gun toting congresswoman. Right. And you say, yes. You're proud of that. Second Amendment rights are under attack. What does that look like legislatively? Do you think there's going to be more gun control anytime soon? They're going to push through as much gun control as possible. You know, it was really shameful that somebody senators actually voted with the Democrats to pass this gun legislation. I was watching hearings in the judiciary committee. Sicily, he thinks a stabilizing brace actually converts a pistol into a fully automatic weapon. And so these people who are absolutely ignorant on the issue want to legislate the issue and they don't know what it is.

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Democrats Admit They Don't Care About Constitutional Rights

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Democrats Admit They Don't Care About Constitutional Rights

"Sad part about this is the Democrats on the House judiciary committee don't care about the constitution as well. And I just want to point out this today because this is really, frankly, very disturbing because we've talked about this before on this podcast. The term salt weapon is not a definable issue. You walk into a gun store and say, I don't want an assault weapon. It's not a term. It's made up term that was came from the gun control movement who said that we needed a gun to the conclusion that they needed a scary title for guns that they wanted to take away. And if they made them scary enough by sounding like a weapon of war, again, if I hear one more gun control advocate or one more Democrat say this, the weapon of war, it's amazing to me that they hone in on these rifles, but yet, you know, so many things for huge in the battlefield from handguns, that they never talk about. They, again, be very clear when you're listening to this podcast. The reason they're willing to use these terms is they're wanting to scare you. They're wanting to make these guns sound. It's like something they're not. There's often reference to automatic and semi-automatic weapons in which they will confuse the terms just like former former governor Cuomo did in New York State when talking about a semi-automatic weapon or semi-automatic weapons while at the same time showing a video of a fully automatic weapon.

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Joe Biden Addresses Nation Following SCOTUS Ruling

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:32 min | Last month

Joe Biden Addresses Nation Following SCOTUS Ruling

"I want to go right to The White House. President Biden is speaking. Let's listen in. The women out of the power to control their own destiny. And a reinforced a fundamental right of privacy right of each of us to choose how to live our lives. Now with Rogan, let's be very clear. The health and life of women in this nation are now at risk, as chairman and ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, as vice president now as president of the United States, I've studied this case carefully. I've overseen more Supreme Court confirmations than anyone today. In this case was always discussed, I believe roe V wade was the correct decision. As a matter of constitutional law and application of the fundamental right to privacy and liberty and matters of family and personal autonomy. It was a decision on a complex matter to a careful balance between a woman's right to choose earlier in her pregnancy and the state's ability to regulate later in her pregnancy. A decision with broad national consensus, the most Americans of faith and backgrounds found acceptable that had been the law of the land for most of the lifetime of Americans today. And it was a constitutional principle of justice.

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If Justice Kavanaugh Was Assassinated, Media Would Still Blame the Gun

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 2 months ago

If Justice Kavanaugh Was Assassinated, Media Would Still Blame the Gun

"God forbid if this would be assassin had became an actual assassin What would the media and the Democrats do mister produce They blame the gun The gun Enough is enough It's the gun It's not Schumer It's not Pelosi It's not Garland It's not all the Talking Heads the press who said horrendous things about Brett Kavanaugh lies Washington Post would take no responsibility The New York Times would take no responsibility The so called witnesses would take no responsibility in the Kavanaugh hearings The low sum attacks on him by these committee members the Senate Judiciary Committee they would take no responsibility Where's Chuck Schumer tonight He's after all the time Can't keep the guy quiet He's hiding He's with his aides his consultants trying to figure out what to say Remember this guy White House from Robert island That slop Remember Kamala Harris Disgusting attack We could go on and on and on You dehumanize this man so what's the problem It's like dehumanizing babies at the last minute before birth It's the promise of choice

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Son of Buffalo victim pushes Congress: 'What are you doing?'

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Son of Buffalo victim pushes Congress: 'What are you doing?'

"The son of a buffalo supermarket shooting victim is challenging Congress to act against what he calls the cancer of white supremacy and the nation's gun violence epidemic Garnell whitfield junior wants to know what lawmakers are actually doing You elected to protect us including his 86 year old mom whose life mattered Your actions here today would tell us how much it matters to you Whitfield's emotional testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee came as lawmakers like Connecticut Democrat Chris Murphy worked to reach a bipartisan gun safety compromise We are not going to settle for a piece of legislation that just checks a box Murphy went to The White House to update President Biden on the talks which focus on incremental policy changes that fall well short of sweeping steps like an assault weapons ban or at universal background checks Sagar Meghani Washington

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Norm Eisen: AG Garland 'Fears No Person' & Coming After Trump

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Norm Eisen: AG Garland 'Fears No Person' & Coming After Trump

"Merrick Garland quote fears no person says legal scholar norm eisen who the hell that is And he's coming for Trump And Politico reported earlier today that Peter Peter navarra has said that he has now been summoned in front of a grand jury Did you see that mister producer Like other forms of fascism authoritarianism and reactionary politics Donald Trump's so called movement Is a symptom of deeper problems in society not the cause Trumpism is not a boil that can be lanced there by ending the infection It's more like a tumor growing from the bones ladies and gentlemen This is a radical left neo Marxist operation in my view but nonetheless it's not exactly true that the Republican Party was conquered or taken over by the Trump movement As many observers still perceive it the seeds of trumpism were planted in Republican soil decades ago and founded a hospitable environment It's more accurate to perceive trumpism as the next evolutionary more properly devolutionary stage of the Republican Party and the overall conservative movement It's where right-wing politics were going in America whether leading conservatives understood that or not The discuss the current state of the Trump movement America's efforts to defeat it I recently reached out to Norman I and a senior fellow in governance at the radical left He doesn't say it I do Brookings institution He served a special counsel to the House judiciary committee during Donald Trump's first impeachment Wow

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Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

"A day after a mass shooting at a Texas school kills 19 children and two adults the Senate holds a hearing on a new ATF head Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee President Biden's nominee for ATF director Steven detel box as if confirmed he would advance the cause of public safety I vow to never let politics in any way influence my actions Senate judiciary chair dick Durbin says he's qualified and needs to be confirmed The spot went vacant for four years Why Because the gun groups wanted to go vacant They don't want a strong agency doing its job Ranking committee members senator chuck grassley says he has concerns about dental bock heading the ATF Biden had to withdraw his first ATF nominee after stalling for months because of opposition from Republicans and some Democrats the NRA claimed it campaign to keep David chipman from the post I'm Julie Walker

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Mike Davis Explains Just How Huge This SCOTUS Breach of Protocol Is

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 3 months ago

Mike Davis Explains Just How Huge This SCOTUS Breach of Protocol Is

"Yesterday, we were diving into how the United States Supreme Court has suffered, I guess is the best word to use. And unprecedented leak from who we do not know, we think we know, but the person who is best able to describe this and articulate it is the head of a wonderful organization called the article three project that's article number three project dot org. And it is the terrific Mike Davis Mike. Welcome back to the program. Thank you for having me back on Charlie. So Mike, how are we supposed to make of this? The U.S. Supreme Court is leaking decisions before they happen. First of all, who could potentially do something like this, do we know who probably did this? And if so, what is the proper course of action to hold that person accountable? So I clerked for justice Gorsuch on the Supreme Court and I also served as the chief counsel for nominations on the Senate Judiciary Committee and my part of my portfolio was oversight over the federal judiciary. I have never heard anything like what happens with this leak. I don't think it's ever happens that a draft majority opinion for a Supreme Court case has leaked out prior to the court issuing the opinion, especially in a case this monumental. This is the Dobbs case where it looks like the at least 5, maybe 6 justices on the Supreme Court are going to overturn roe versus wade and Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood versus Casey and return abortion regulations back to the states where it belongs. This is a stunning breach of protocol. Each of the 9 Supreme Court Justices have four law clerks, each of them have generally two to three administrative aids. It is a very small universe of people who have access to these draft opinions and these opinions have to circulate among the justices because they have to work together. They have to collaborate in order to draft majority opinions dissenting opinions and concurring opinions. And if you shatter that trust, if you shatter that secrecy that confidence in the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court can no longer function.

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Dale Wilcox: Getting to Know the Immigration Reform Law Institute

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Dale Wilcox: Getting to Know the Immigration Reform Law Institute

"All right, hey everybody. Great show today. One of the biggest problems we've got going on right now and it's the least reported problem that we have right now is the problem we're having on the border. Our southern border. Well, I guess it depends on if it's a problem depending on your perspective because on Dallas, not a it's not a problem to the Biden administration. In fact, the Biden administration, if you judge by vice president Harris, has no idea where the southern border is, much less wanting to fix it. As ranking member of the House judiciary committee and being on that committee for a long time, our primary focus in our committee was immigration law and I can tell you that what's going on on the border right now is a travesty. What is happening is the national security risk and we are in we've got to fix this. And the mainstream media will not talk about this. We're going to have a chance to talk today about our immigration problem and I'm excited to have Dale Wilcox from here from immigration reform law institute. Got a good friend of both of ours, Tom hollands, who's been on this show many times in Tom and I go back a long ways, let's just say, as you well know, folks here listen to podcast Tom's a little bit passionate about this issue. So he works with this group and Dale and his group have been out show fighting in the front lines this bringing lawsuits against the Biden administration winning these lawsuits. And I just want to put it today this we get are able to use your listening to this podcast. I want you to put a perspective on just how bad our southern border has become and a little less than 14 months. He's getting ready to get

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Jennifer Horn Explains California's Scary New Abortion Bill

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Jennifer Horn Explains California's Scary New Abortion Bill

"We thought it was bad enough in the Commonwealth with the butcher of Richmond with the former governor Ralph northam with his. Pediatrician saying a woman can decide after the birth. If they keep the child or kill it, talk to us about this unbelievable story coming out of the assemblies, judiciary committee. Yeah, so there is a bill in California that was put together by an assemblywoman out of Oakland. It has the full support of our attorney general in the state, rob Banda, who was handpicked by Gavin Newsom. And really, they started this bill because there was a woman who was addicted to meth during her pregnancy. She had a stillbirth, and she was charged with murder of her child. Now, we could debate all day long whether or not that was appropriate, but that was the catalyst for this bill that was put together. And you couple that with Gavin Newsom saying that California is essentially a sanctuary state for people wanting an abortion after Texas passed their life protecting laws in Texas, California has responded by saying, come on in, will not only give you an abortion, but we'll pay for it for you. Now this new assembly Bill says that a woman and her doctor or accomplice and this is spelled out in assembly Bill 22 23. Will not be held responsible under the law for anything that may go wrong during her pregnancy or in the perinatal period. Now, here's where the problem you're talking about just blanket immunity. Blanket immunity. And perinatal, if you look up the definition, can be anywhere from 22 weeks into gestation till about typically people say about 7 days after birth, which would then say that 8 is conceivable under this law without definition of perinatal that woman could have a baby, take it home, have buyers remorse something happens to that child God forbid, I don't even want to say it. And they would not be able to prosecute that woman or charge that woman with

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Senate Judiciary Committee became one of the first congressional panels to embrace new procedures to work during the corona virus pandemic the committee heard testimony from president trump's controversial pick for the DC circuit court of appeals judge Justin Walker joining me is Madison alder Bloomberg law reporter so was it a teleconference Maddie a video conference how did it work it was a little bit of both maybe with another media are gonna help you to try he went up to the ground of Irish and I make and the way they just do not want to use the larger hearing room to make it a great deal they have lawmakers who were there in person find out among you love hold them back they had at least six feet integration between them and then they had a few lawmakers who were present your video conference they showed up on a video screen and then the nominee himself or bear I mean you got there quite often I'm not an idiot so they're dumped into pandemic just like everyone else were there any hick ups any problems well the vehicle be here a few of the speaker and it went better project where he came on his work with very booming hits on about like the wonder of odd that and then later on I think America Blackburn she came on and and because your idea of birth I can't print the thank the couple of pick up it went pretty smoothly I I think you know it kind of took the best team we've been with a lot of these government institutions better coaching over you some kind of adopted version of their proceedings like Instagram court where despite a few minor hiccup in three working pretty well if the Democrats had an objection to even holding this hearing because they're holding this hearing before judge Griffith whom Walker is supposed to replace is even scheduled to step aside that since September why have this hearing now correct so Democrats were opposed to the idea of the hearing last week they sent a letter to senator Graham I will bring in the hearing came out and they said that they should be focusing on issues within this beneficiary committees during section related to the coronavirus pandemic rather than a nominee who won't be going to be until September when a judge blocked down but if you get your committee Collins said that this is going to be a priority for the Senate and the Senate Judiciary Committee is moving along without work I'm Republicans are saying that judges are part of the essential work in the finance but our Concorde and yesterday I reiterated baton again this is one of the things that the function be doing during that time so that was definitely a good thing our conversation throughout the hearing in addition to questioning the nominee and well we kind of have this debate of whether or not they should be focusing on their birthday you know other things that the committee could be doing now Walker is a protege Hey of Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who has been leading the push to fill the judiciary with conservatives tell us a little more about him Walker he is currently in charge on the western district of Kentucky thirty seven early young for an appeal court nominee he is a protege of Mitch McConnell Mitch McConnell has really championed her nomination for the DC circuit Walker was first nominated you hand property by trump and confirmed just six months ago this is a pretty quick elevation negate the fact that there was a bit of controversy over his walk nomination because the American Bar Association which does the reading or educational nominees not qualified I would shoot you with one of the handful of nominee of the trump the times were have been rated not qualified and that was not likely characterized Democrats are concerned that a lot hearing a lot of their comments were his qualifications and background however the night before his hearing baby a game and a well qualified rating which is their highest rating so why did the A. B. H. change its rating on him he's only been a judge for six month they've changed their rating because they were looking for a different one for that but the shuttle yeah I talked to a few people who follow the process and they said that the DC circuit it has different hi he then that trial court warrant at all the court found different types of cases in trial court when but I couldn't be part of why they changed their their decision here is that you know the trial court judge there are different types of Gilbert possibilities that you need to I'm having and I thank you than you do and I feel court challenge so those are the factors that could be contributing why the hell not looking great and did anyone talk about the fact that he just became a District Court judge not six months ago yeah I wouldn't log on number two the committee McConnell unit reference not when he remarks on the Senate floor yesterday during the hearing it is some of the quick elevation but this has happened and you know in the past and in other administrations where someone is appointed to a lower court and invalidated your goal an appeal court is Walker leapfrogging over other candidates who were in line yeah so that is something else that was brought up at the hearing yesterday Walker was nominated amid the pandemic huh joon nominees or detail court that yet what the L. B. on the circuit and that's the thing I'm gonna do you think they're gonna need it actually they can't right now and has been for quite some time it considered a judicial emergency which is the term given the kind of put a lot more pressure on the remaining charges them a higher workload that the that the vacant the nominee cannot be Corey Wilson was nominated before Walker we from being another appeals court nominee and then of course you can leap frog and other network back I'm going to pipeline there's about forty four nominees currently in the pipeline some of those have yet to have a hearing so there are a number of those nominees that that could also have a hearing and so is there any explanation from the committee chair or from McConnell as to why they're not dealing with the vacant seat first what is the urgency of this Robert Ben very much in terms of attracting YA Walker's nomination look but but if we look at the numbers and and that new packet three did you hear too many and trump and senator McConnell is that we prioritize appeal court nominees over other nominees there's been some you know data that shows the Bahamian quicker process than than other nominees so you know couldn't that is the contributing factor that the DC circuit is known as the second highest court in the land at the very important court and you know I'm sure McConnell would like to get into that into.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on WTVN

"The house Judiciary Committee is voted articles of impeachment against the president the president says Democrats are staging a baseless which owns a bad people they're sick people and their corrupt a full house vote is expected on Wednesday a thirteen year old charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of a college freshman in New York City has been ordered held without bail the arresting officer testified that the juvenile was not the killer of Barnard College freshman Tessa majors but picked up the knife used in the crime and gave it to one of the other team securely sources now tell us all three people of interest in this case attend the same middle school and they're making fast progress in this investigation two knives now recovered although police are unclear which if any are the murder weapon ABC Stacy Sager state of emergency in New Orleans after a cyber attack prompted the city shut down its computers you're listening to ABC news more details tonight on the double shooting and turtle creek township north of Cincinnati earlier today police were called on a report of prowlers in the area an eighteen year old from Centerville Mason Trudy X. was shot and killed and another teen was injured the Warren County sheriff's office says neither victim lived at the home on Oregonian road where the shooting occurred governor Mike DeWine says he doesn't think Ohio is close to resuming the death penalty governor telling the Cincinnati Enquirer he's concerned about getting the drugs needed for lethal injection which is the only legal means of execution in the state Ohio is run out of the drugs many drug companies refused to sell their products if they are used in an execution Ohio's next lethal injection is set for Feb you were a family in bay village looking for answers after their child came home from daycare with injuries the parents of a baby allege toddler frustrated over a lack of information after their two and a half year old son came home with bruises on his neck and torso doctors say were consistent with being restrained the center security cameras weren't working at the time but a police report indicates employees had trouble putting down the boy for a nap that day your interests these these daycare centers to care for your child if you see anything or anything that normal they should be able to give an answer they need to have that accountability the family is seeking damages I may see Jepsen how big of a star is Garth Brooks will tickets for his concert at Paul Brown stadium in Cincinnati that's coming up next may they sold out in an hour and fifteen minutes earlier today it's going to be the largest crowd for a concert in the history of the city of Cincinnati even Brooks tweeting today that he's humbled and grateful and has never seen this kind of response Paul Brown stadium seats about seventy thousand people I'm Matt Rees radio six ten WTVN sports face young and Justin field there in the Big Apple for Saturday's Heisman Trophy ceremony the two black eyes along with Joe burrow in jail and hurts are the finalists for college football's top individual honor college football on Saturday number twenty three navy plays army at three the mid ship and look to end a rare three game slide in college hoops number three Ohio state is at Minnesota Sunday at six thirty and in the NHL the blue jackets rapper before.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The house Judiciary Committee has approved two articles of impeachment against the president the full house is taking up the vote expected to next week house speaker Nancy Pelosi likely has enough votes but there are some Democrats who may break with their party for some moderate Democrats who hail from districts where president trump remains popular next week's impeachment vote is not cut and dry a vote in favor of impeaching the president could cost them in a reelection bid next year house speaker Nancy Pelosi says there will be no pressure put on Democrats in casting their vote she can afford to lose up to seventeen Democrats and still prevail there are six Democrats whose votes are being closely watched Jordan Phelps ABC news Capitol Hill president trump criticizing Democrats said accusing them of drumming up abuse of power and obstruction of Congress charges there was nothing done wrong to use the power of impeachment for this nonsense is an embarrassment to this country economists say it is too soon to tell what impact the president's announced phase on China trade deal will have Mason University economist Christine McDaniel says the amounts trade deal is short of details and really only does some of the damage the trade war the president began more than a year ago we still have these terrorists we still have not seen any major movement on China that addresses the original U. S. concerns concerns include China continuing to ignore US intellectual property rights Andy field ABC news Washington the centers for disease control and prevention out with their weekly numbers on the flu saying so far this season thirteen hundred people have died from the flu nationwide the CDC estimates so far this season there been at least two point six million flu illnesses and twenty three thousand hospitalizations federal health workers urging people to still get their flu shots you're listening to ABC news Arizona is a news station Katie a our on air ninety two three FM online A. T. T. A. R. dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic it is two oh two good afternoon I'm Becky Lynn here's our top story president trump's impeachment the house Judiciary Committee today approved two articles of impeachment against president trump the committee voted along party lines to send charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress to the full house for a vote Arizona Republican congresswoman Debbie Lesko voted against impeachment and says it's a bad move this is really a travesty for America and it's really tearing America apart the full house is expected to vote next week Katie our eyes on education we now know which schools will be getting extra funding for school resource officers counselors and social workers all in favor say aye the Arizona state board of education voted today to approve the latest round of school safety grant recipients we had over nine hundred schools apply for positions Kelly coal slick with the Arizona department of education says the only had funding to approve three hundred eighty one of these requests she says the application process has shown that there is a fundamental need across the state the board also approving governor Doug Ducey is request that a school resource officer be provided to Wilson elementary school which is in a Phoenix neighborhood with high crime rates result as a team KTA our news a year after former police officer Tembe already was seen on surveillance video slapping a hand cuffed suspect at a Walmart the Phoenix civil service board appealed the decision to bring him back into the Phoenix police department our TV partners at ABC fifteen report that the city previously completed an internal investigation but took no action against BRT councilmember Kurt Kurt magnum this would have gone unnoticed I'm done unless the state became available because it doesn't look like the city had any concerns whatsoever they voted unanimously to up hold his termination gunfire in the loop three oh three near good year yesterday afternoon a man driving a Camaro was shot in the leg by someone in a white Ford F. one fifty with the roof rack it looks like a work truck DPS and police are still trying to find it the man who shot should be okay but the loop three oh three was closed.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In the house the Democrats on the Judiciary Committee this whole process really is the most disgusting thing I've ever seen these Democrats are destroying the impeachment process they're destroying legal and constitutional precedent Supreme Court precedent they're destroying separation of powers were a president can actually challenge subpoenas and many presidents have over the history of this country calling an obstruction of Congress this is really the most appalling thing absolutely no due process for the president it states and then they complain he's not participating that is not participating now what we have here ladies and gentleman what is he being impeached for exactly not complying with every subpoena that the house it's not the house let's be blunt about this this is an obstruction of Congress the president is not complying with the Democrat majority in the house does not need to the Senate has nine do the Republicans the Democrat majority in the house what you're making outrageous demands of an executive which no executive in American history whatever comply with this I said the other day the constitution's the law of the land not decisions by the Democrats on the Judiciary Committee or the intelligence committee Sabinus can just as your subpoena for anything you want and anyone you want to testify is that the history in this country no it's not the history in this country and they keep talking about obstruction of Congress how can it be obstruction of Congress when the Senate's not even involved they talk about abuse of power every single president except those who have died a few months after being by taking the oath of office every single president can be charged with abuse of power because the nature of our system is with three branches one accusing the other or others of abuse when they don't comply so there is no threshold here the threshold is so low as to be no threshold there's no standard here what all this talk about obstruction there was no obstruction all this talk about collusion there was no collusion all this talk about quid pro quo there was no quid pro quo all this talk about bribery there is no bribery none of it none of it we've had presidents of use the IRS against their political opponents trappers and done that Obama did we've had presidents have used the FBI against their political opponents it's amazing to me how little interest and curiosity there is a one Obama knew and when he knew it with respect to his at B. I. and now we have the FISA report candy coated as they might his MPI which is guilty of spying I'm changing evidence of lying to a federal court repeatedly under Obama he's not held to account for anything we have president said had interment camps for Japanese Americans and Italian and German Americans we had to president said suspended habeas corpus and only Congress could suspend we've had presidents have shut down newspapers imprison journalists and we've had presidents have done more than that but this president you see if he's not in page what you hear the Democrats say we're gonna lose our democracy they don't even know it's a Republic but okay fine we're gonna lose our democracy.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Judiciary Committee prepare articles of impeachment applicants on the committee calling for congressman Adam Schiff hunter Biden and the whistle blower to testify next week CBS news correspondent Natalie brand the White House has announced its lawyers will not participate in next week's impeachment hearings in a letter to house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler the White House chief lawyer said house Democrats have wasted enough of America's time with this charade shameful disgraceful and the American people deserve better Monday morning the house Judiciary Committee will focus on the findings of the intelligence committees two month long investigation the beats of power they laid out are likely what the Judiciary Committee will use to drop the partisan feature articles of impeachment could be drafted as soon as next week and could include charges of abuse of office bribery and obstruction Senate leaders have blocked off the month of January for a potential trial that would be just ahead of the Iowa caucuses which will take place on February third the Supreme Court temporarily blocking the bank records of president trump and three of his children from house Democrats until at least next Friday then Rosenbaum a CBS news legal analysts the decision to stay the order that would require the two banks to release private financial records of the president was expected largely because there are two other cases before the Supreme Court on the same issue subpoenas to hand over the financial records of Donald Trump before and after he became president took a rational committees at the Manhattan DA's office want them the Supreme Court will rule in those cases by June and there was no reason to treat this new request any differently lawyers for president trump telling the justices that the subpoenas for the president's financial documents are extraordinarily broad and they raise profound separation of powers concerns the United States economy adding two hundred sixty six thousand jobs last month unemployment dropping to three point five percent that's a fifty year low president trump the White House yesterday stating no one thought those numbers were possible he also argued that it would have been a disaster if he had lost the twenty sixteen election former vice president and democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will be campaigning tomorrow in New Hampshire Biden that will attend events in Nashua and in Hampton and we'll be joined by former secretary of state and Massachusetts senator John Kerry who is already endorsed by dean for president in the twenty twenty presidential race Biden and Kerry served together in the Senate for more than two decades and also work together in the Obama it may shin former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley says in an interview that Amanda gun down nine worshipers at an African American church in twenty fifteen hijacked the ideals that some connected to the Confederate flag Haley telling a conservative political commentator Glenn Beck that the Confederate flag meant service and sacrifice and heritage to some in South Carolina an interview excerpt on social media drew criticism from many who said the flag represents treason and racial hatred as governor Haley openly backed removal of the flag from the South Carolina state house following those murders in Charleston it.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on AP News

"The house Judiciary Committee will assess whether president trump engaged in significant misconduct in his dealings with Ukraine as alleged in a 300 page report from the house intelligence committee but it's up to Congress to decide if his actions rise to the impeachable level of high crimes and misdemeanors Judiciary Committee members will be questioning legal experts as they discuss the constitutional framework for potentially drawing up articles of impeachment the White House has declined to participate in the committee hearing calling the proceedings baseless and highly partisan Jackie Quinn Washington

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Judiciary Committee those members and hold an impeachment hearing on Wednesday the White House is legal team will not testify some Republicans say the president might want to rethink that they would be in his advantage to to to have them testify but again that would shatter the doctrine of executive privilege I'm Richard Hey it's morning edition from NPR and WNYC flags are at half staff in Alabama today in memory of a widely admired sheriff killed in the line of duty the prime minister of Malta is resigning also civilians are being honored in London for stopping a terror attack one with whatever they could find Monday December second the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman president trump leaves later this morning from London he'll attend a NATO leaders meeting NPR's I use Orozco reports the military alliances facing many challenges including whether the trump administration is fully committed to NATO presence of is made clear he's not please with the amount of defense spending from the other NATO allies at the NATO summit last year trump really lashed out at the other countries and demanded that the increase spending immediately so trumps a wild card at these sorts of gatherings he's known for stirring the pot but the US is important to the alliance and the other countries generally want to keep him happy and peers are you sure Roscoe trump arrives late tonight in London he has no initial events scheduled the Supreme Court justices will hear their first gun rights case in a decade in two thousand eight and twenty ten the court held the second amendment right to bear arms is an individual right not a right tied to military and law enforcement service NPR's Nina Totenberg reports that today the question is how far state and local governments may go in limiting the act right the key to those early rulings was justice Anthony Kennedy who cast the deciding fifth vote but insisted according to court sources on language that would permit wide regulations of gun possession and use outside the home now however Kennedy is retired replaced by justice break Cavanah who as a lower court judge wrote in support of expansive gun rights Paul Clement who will represent gun owners today knows that even so Cavanaugh was constrained as a lower court judge in ways he is no longer now he can interpret the constitution in a different way in his new perch away that Clement says will not see the individual right is limited to having a kind of home Nina Totenberg NPR news Washington funeral services are set for today for an Alabama sheriff killed more than a week ago share of big John Williams is the fifth law enforcement officer killed by gunfire in the state this year Ginny Pierre has more Lowndes county sheriff big John Williams spent four decades working in law enforcement Williams a black man was fatally shot more than a week ago at a gas station in Haynesville outside of Montgomery he was responding to a complaint about people blocking gas pumps with their cars in playing loud music the suspect eighteen year old William chase Johnson is charged with murder and is being held without bond Stewart Harel is one of the owners of the gas station where Williams was killed he says Williams will be missed by all I bet you if you go down to the jail all they might you know miss a minute that much day every matic everybody a funeral will take place this morning at a Montgomery Coliseum that seats more than ten thousand people for NPR news I'm Jim a P. air in hang Phil Alabama you're listening to NPR news this is WNYC in New York good morning I'm Richard take six of four thirty six degrees we do have some light rain right now alternates artistry parking regulations are suspended today for snow operations and we do expect snow later on today the federal government is trying to support the family of all Bangladeshi immigrant convicted of detonating a pipe bomb in a subway corridor near Times Square aqui at a law is due to be sentenced next year for the twenty seventeen explosion none of his relatives in New York was implicated but the government is now trying to cancel the citizenship of Las brother Afshan by claiming it was not lawfully obtained guardian reporter obvious stall broke the story and says the US government is also going after other relatives with green cards ever no question about their paper until a credit ACT thought about the kids from their perspective he this as well the family is being subject to collective punishment for the actions of one of their relatives she said the government would not comment on the case the Supreme Court today takes up its first gun rights case in nearly a decade a lawsuit challenging New York City strict handgun rules the state's rifle and pistol association sue the city arguing that license gun owners could be able to transport their unloaded weapons outside the city but since the court initially agreed to hear the case the city change the rules to accommodate the plaintiffs in New York state passed a law securing those rights just go Bowman Posen is a professor at law at Columbia this is now a case about a regulation that exist literally now where gun rights advocates cried foul of the city in states changes saying New York was trying to avoid a broader ruling on second amendment rights the city's department of environmental protection is still trying to figure out the cause of a sewer flood in south Jamaica residents in more than eighty homes woke up Saturday to find their basements filled with raw waste water red cross spokesperson Desiree Reiner was at a hastily organized relief center in a local public school between sixty and eighty families have come through here I'm asking for information some people needed food I've got a couple of families needed a place to stay department of environmental protection workers have pumped out the affected homes and local waste water is now being re routed through different on block sewer lines a D. E. P. spokesperson says command buses have been set up in the neighborhood to answer questions and provide homeowners with forms to file a claim with the city and governor Cuomo says the number of new HIV infections continues to fall historically a total of two thousand and nineteen new infections were reported throughout the state and all of twenty eighteen fewer residents are dying of HIV related disease as well and the states of eighty two percent of newly diagnosed.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Judiciary Committee will hold its first impeachment hearing next Wednesday December fourth when the canyon reports the house Judiciary Committee is the next venue in the impeachment process it will review all reports from the house intelligence committee's findings and then begin its own hearings with the goal of deciding whether to draft articles of impeachment and then send those articles to the full house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler says the first hearing will call constitutional lawyers to the witness table these legal experts will discuss constitutional law and how it applies to the facts in the case Nadler says he has sent a letter to the White House reiterating that the president and his counsel are welcome to attend the hearing Linda Kenyan Washington in Racine county Wisconsin voters on either side of the ideological spectrum say the impeachment hearing so far haven't changed their minds about president trump's future yeah the tubes in that swing state echo new polling which suggests that nationwide the impeachment inquiry is having little effect on the possibility of removal from office even after congressional hearings well in a new interview the president is suggesting that he didn't know that Rudy Giuliani was apparently working on his behalf and you're crying despite evidence that proves otherwise the Giuliani said last Saturday he did not think president trump would throw him under the bus in the Ukraine matter in an interview with conservative commentator bill Reilly here's what the president basically said to repeated questions what was for you Giuliani doing in Ukraine on your behalf when you have to address that to Rudy but Rudy I don't I don't even know where he I know he was going to go to Ukraine and I think he canceled a trip what you're already has other plans other than me July twenty fifth transcript of Mr trump's Cole with Ukraine's voluminous Lynskey the president repeatedly urges him to talk to Giuliani related to investigations of the bidens and Democrats Bob Constantini Washington number one do just picked up its first home loss to a non conference well since two thousand bowing.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The house Judiciary Committee has announced that it will hold its first impeachment hearing on December fourth that is the the round mound of the gavel that would be Jerry Nadler the house Judiciary Committee should have been doing all these hearings now but ships moved in their turn the intelligence community enter the first impeachment choir committing and I'll never is going to get his turn now now that what what what day on this theory that we're discussing purely hypothetically then follows he's looking for a way out of this and we don't know that that's the case I I think that she is and I have devised is as trying to be helpful here I have come up with what I think is a slam dunk way for her to get out of this law limiting the damage to her and her presidential candidates it would not be damage free by the way to limit the damage is just do what they always still just blame everything on the Republicans blame it on racism blame it on bigotry blame it on buyers this unfairness the Republicans are not interested in fairness Mitch McConnell and Republicans in the Senate looking fax ME I am there in honor denial just don't put everything on.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The house Judiciary Committee has announced that it will hold its first impeachment hearing on December fourth that is the the round mound of the gavel that would be Jerry Nadler the house Judiciary Committee who should have been doing all these hearings now but ships moved in their turn the intelligence community enter the first impeachment choir come in a and I'll never is going to get his turn now now that it is what let's let's stay on this theory that we're discussing purely hypothetically hello she's looking for a way out of this and we don't know that that's the case I I think that she is and I have devised is as we try to be helpful here I have come up with what I think is a slam dunk way for her to get out of this limiting the damage to her and her presidential candidates it would not be damage free by the way the limit the damage is just do what they always still just blame everything on the Republicans blame it on racism blame it on bigotry blame it on by us this the Republicans are not interested in fairness Mitch McConnell and Republicans in the Senate looking fax ME I am there in honor denial just don't put everything on a because there's no way she can stop an acquittal in the Senate and in the real world there's no way she wants an acquittal folks in an old like shouldn't here for the president to be found not guilty that's gonna be the headliner care what the drive bys trying to do it's just like when the mother report came out no collusion that's it am I stop caring all the last all arrest was meant no show no collusion trump did not cheat he's not illegitimate that was it they went bonkers and they're still trying to prove that he is the American people stop listening in the Senate if there's a quite old after all of this and the Chief Justice announce the verdict not it's all over doesn't matter what the drive bys do after that doesn't matter what the Democrats on TV do not guilty after four years I'm trying to run from about a not guilty in just a few months prior to the election plus he does not want that this is why we suggest the theory that she may be looking for a way to keep it from getting there the only way to keep it from getting there is to keep it from getting to the Senate and the only way to keep it from getting to the Senate is for there not to be articles of impeachment vote ended with house managers I II prosecutors assigned because here's the process just to refresh the last time this happened is nineteen ninety eight and many of you probably remember but many don't some you weren't alive some you weren't old enough to be paying attention the house will drop its article of impeachment those are the charges based on the hearings in the collection of evidence of which there is none by the way yes I'm a bunch of civil servants with their noses out of joint that trump did an end run around them in Ukraine they're not even the Russian collusion stuff and all this saw it Shiffrin whoever Nadler write the articles the charges and then managers are assigned members of Congress are signed by polo see to to to handle each case each article of impeachment is the case well.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Judiciary Committee that committee would write any articles of impeachment with continuing coverage house impeachment hearings Brian Clark ABC news for the latest traffic and weather together this early Friday morning and no problems currently on the free weights that's good news watch out though for an accident in North Korea build vine and Martin Luther king drive down the latest forecast for the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com rate increases toward morning a morning low of forty degrees so what's a what's start before mostly sunny in the afternoon a high of forty nine at night increasing clouds in the lower thirty we have a chance of freezing rain on Saturday morning from your severe weather station on nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio seven hundred W. L. W. currently fifty one news a service of progressive insurance one person dead after the shooting yesterday at around three peat near northwest high school now the investigation consisting of two scenes one across the street from the school on new market drive the other several blocks away and Waycross and milk according to Coleraine police chief marked anyone victim dead at the scene the other taken to the hospital and is expected to survive a solar farm that will be built in highland county forty miles east of Cincinnati will cover the equivalent of seven hundred and fifty football fields containing more than three hundred thousand solar panels it'll generate enough electricity to power twenty five thousand homes every day led by Cincinnati mayor John Cranley and supported by the Bloomberg American cities climate challenge the deal allows the city to purchase solar power at a fixed rate over twenty years with no up front construction costs service to city facilities residents would go on line by December of twenty twenty one hi Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW looks like Duke energy getting the green light for a natural gas pipeline for some areas of the tri state more from so but hundreds Jack Crumley people who live in Sharonville sycamore township blue ash even Dale.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on KPCC

"It with the Judiciary Committee which is going to weigh whether or not her case is strong enough to bring it before the American people and before the Senate. I'm Michael. that's coming up on the deal from the New York times. you'll hear that story on the daily in five minutes but first from KPCC news I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven thirty no indictment for the off duty LAPD officer who fatally shot a man back in June had a cosco in corona details from KPCC is Frank Stoltz a grand jury convened by the riverside district attorney decided not to indict officer Salvador Sanchez Sanchez was off duty when thirty two year old Kenneth French struck him in the back of the head while they were standing in a food tasting line at a cosco in corona it remains unclear whether French who had an intellectual disability accidentally bumped or intentionally hit Sanchez who fell to the ground holding his eighteen month old son D. A. my castrum said Sanchez none the less feared for his life it was out of the blue and the officer was on expecting it he was hit in the back they had the DA reveal just three point eight seconds passed before Sanchez fired ten shots three heading French in the back to more hitting his mother and father store video released by the DA appears to show French and his father moving away from censures at the time pastor and said he will follow the grand jury's lead and not file charges against Sanchez who now faces an internal investigation by the LAPD covering public safety I'm Frank's so thirty see a thirteen year old boy who was seriously injured in an attack last week at landmark middle school in Marino valley is clinically dead after a life saving treatments failed the riverside county sheriff's department says to students at landmark were booked into juvenile hall last week and could face prosecution the only unified school district is cracking down on charter schools that have claims space on district on campuses but aren't using all the space they've claimed the story from KPCC is Carl Stokes state law requires districts to offer classrooms to any charter school that asks for them how many classrooms depends on the charters own enrollment project. but school board member Jackie Goldberg says dozens of colocated charter schools have asked L. A. U. S. T. for rooms and then didn't fill them the school at that school was colocated with could not use any of those rooms for a computer room could not use it for reading lab those classrooms were left empty not used by anybody LAUSD officials have the power to find colocated charter schools for this but they haven't done so until now superintendent Austin Buechner recently announced six point seven million dollars in penalties against forty one schools for alleged violations some going back three school years charter advocates say the district has missed its own deadline to demand payment but the schools have said they will pay any money they covering education I'm Kyle stocks the city of Los Angeles today filed a friend of the court brief with the U. S. Supreme Court in support of the appeal to the Boise rolling that's the decision by the ninth US circuit court of appeals earlier this year that says a local governments cannot enforce laws against camping or sleeping in public places if there's no place else for those people to find shelter LA says under the Boise ruling the city risk getting sued as a works to build more permanent supportive housing only city councilman Joe blow's gain says it takes too long to build housing for homeless people and today he introduced a resolution before the city council calling on governor Gavin Newsom to declare our homelessness state of emergency in California it would allow the the governor to surgically active power to make or change laws as necessary to resolve emergency at hand and in this case we have a public health public safety crisis in our streets out some of those guiding us as an emergency declaration by the governor would allow the state to approve and build housing much faster B. Arroyo seco parkway from Pasadena to downtown LA what we know is the one ten freeway. was the first freeway built in the US made opened back in nineteen forty but they didn't know a lot about building freeways back then you can sure tell by the Arroyo seco parkways hair raising curves and teeth clenching on ramps and off ramps well now after almost seventy years Caltrans is looking to fix what it can on the Arroyo seco parkway it's come up with five different plans from bringing down the speed limit to restricting traffic Caltrans environmental planner Jason Roach says is actually not a lot they can do since the Broadway is a federally recognized historic resource I drive there are I also all the time and it's a great resource and it's something that I think that we can maintain the historical integrity of that while improving safety you can get a look at what cal trans is planning next Monday they're holding a public meeting at the Ramona community center in Highland Park former vice president and democratic presidential candidate Joe binds in town he had a Manhattan Beach fundraiser this afternoon he's on Jimmy Kimmel live tonight it's seven thirty five from the New York times I'm Michael Walker this is the. the speaker of the house has begun of formal impeachment inquiry into the president saying he must be held accountable. my colleague next Santos was there. in a conversation with one of the lawmakers who helped convince policy.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Judiciary Committee out a deep dive into the origins of the Russian pro center where does this investigation stands well you've got three lines are you got what the committee will do my committee you've got an instructor arm is looking at criminality using as a turning Connecticut and got the hall was inspector general report but I think will be coming out in weeks not days not months now played the harlot this report is going to be ugly and damning regarding the department justice handling of the Russian probe did you hear that Charles Oakley and damning damning regarding the a Russian pro shops in managing this imagine if you're running from I run for office I was state representative here in the state of Illinois I know how tough and how hard it is just a even put your name on the ballot and run for office now imagine your own government then sets up an investigation you into your campaign without your not solicit Dianne Feinstein senator di offense not Feinstein Jenna driver something was going on hanky panky with that you know what the FBI did they reached out to her to give her a call to give her a heads up to say Hey what was going on why couldn't they have done that to the trump campaign why what was the reason why they couldn't pick up the phone or call one of the call drop in and say hello this is what's going on we think we got some hanky panky going on you know why because they want to destroy his got it what is it that they had no idea he will be president at all and we couldn't have come in there and clean up this mess that's what I think what is the reason why but here's a cynic in me though here's my problem I get it and conservatives are gonna rah rah and say yeah this is going to be damn and I can't wait for it to happen but you know realistically you know about the power and the money and all that kind of stuff what are the chances that they will actually be full both investigation clear determination of what happened and I won all three and prosecution and punishment for anyone who may have done anything criminal what currently room of the I. D. V. I. G. report is not a criminal investigation I'm currently the term investigation is not acrylic dorms is that you said it was good it's basically right now as an administrative review of what happened now I I think I think because rumor dorms investigation is not complete the IG report is complete that I've I've just based upon us Jon Solomon from the hill that investigation is complete now when it comes to what dorm is doing if he then in fact after his and that's gonna you know I was a police officer then this was this would be to pick my interest in my Spidey sense raise up on on the back of my my neck when I saw how this investigation even began I knew something was up I knew something was wrong and you know Lindsey Graham goes on to say you know I'm really I'm really curious about the role that the CIA play here we know that the files a worn application was based on a dossier from Christopher seal that was biased against struck pay for about Hillary Clinton campaign by the way and I was one problem but this was whole this was a whole intent Telligent operation what role did the CIA play you know he who knew about this in the White House there's a question was president Obama be briefed on the fact that they will open up the counter intelligence investigation gets dropped campaign that's I think I think the whole world wants to know that well yeah that's true I mean it's all important stuff it'd be good to know but the issue is that nothing go I just being a cynic saying we could even we may get lucky even if we get to the point that all that information is is out there but even if it is out there the problem becomes what happens because of it so all that information is out there and then they're just going to find some creative way to walk away so we're angry we know what happened and nobody gets in trouble yeah but I I think how I don't know if that's going to happen is do you think Barack Obama's going to you know how to I don't think I don't think at all I think that's impossible to not ability with do you think what we we are very known that she that's all on Hillary anyone besides a fall guy is what I'm asking well as as in these type of I guess investigation that's normally what happens the fall guy well you don't have what you want right what you want is the people responsible to be found guilty what city was it that's what this is what you have to understand about government investigations that's always a clean up as always the clean up process conspiracy theories but it gives conspiracy theorist but I think that's part that was part of having a Andrew Weissmann at all those people involved in the initial investigation I think they clean it up I think beget based upon as as a as an officer investigating the crime I I can see the through the pores mystery doctrine fallen in here somehow some way in the coming days well I hope you write I hope we do find out what happened and that something actually happens to those who were responsible but this is the whole for leave it there will you listen to jail while shown with Charles and John from black.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The chairman of the judiciary committee just said that Muller found there was no collusion. That is not correct. Lazy Graham defensiveness showing to talk about everything that went into it. And then let's breakfast is stunning stunning mischaracterization exercises. Specially about reveals, but I talked about before the he's sitting there today, the judiciary committee human shield for Donald Trump and here. Again, we try to offer just a gavel to gavel coverage, but that phrase or the lack of it it's absence from federal code this. No collusion mantra that of course, is your sick ugly. Twisted media is beyond comprehension that this is how they cannot accept the simple truth, which is the words himself of Bob Muller that there was no American that colluded conspired with Russian operatives to create chaos in the twenty sixteen election. But yet they cling to it they hold onto it. They cannot admit that they're wrong that they bought into conspiracies and lies same Brian Williams that so people floating right outside of his hotel at Katrina. Oh, the only problem was. There's no water around his hotel. And now we don't do. We don't do this offer on Brian Williams. Shoot news in New Orleans, and you saw.

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"The transmission of the roadmap, but the story and the lesson for Nadler does not quite end there. Because congress a few years later wrote the roadmap procedure into law. The now defunct independent counsel law required. That quote, an independent counsel shall advise the house of representatives of any substantial and credible information, which such independent counsel receives that may constitute grounds for an impeachment. It was under this law that Kenneth Starr issued the so-called star report which was actually a referral of information that in stars judgment. The judiciary committee might consider grounds for impeaching Bill Clinton. The result is that we have something of a presidential tradition in which special. Prosecutors investigating presidents have referred material to the House Judiciary committee. That they regard as possible grounds for impeachment. The trouble is that the particular statute under which star operated has lapsed and the regulations that replaced. It have no provision for an impeachment referral to the contrary. They require that Muller. File us confidential report to the attorney general who then decides what to do with it. They conspicuously do not require that information that might be essential to Congress's performance of its duty actually reached congress. So if Muller actually has evidence that congress would want to examine under the impeachment clauses tapping into the incipient tradition of referring such material would require a decision on his part, and it would actually require as well a decision on the part of incoming attorney general William bar. A letter from Nadler would be designed publicly and formally to remind both Muller and bar of the tradition, and of congress is expectation that they act in accord with it Nadler has declared. He will get the Muller report, quote, if necessary our committee will subpoena the report if necessary will get Muller to testify he said recently, but this actually skips an important step. It assumes that Muller's report will be a fully developed narrative that answers all of congress is questions on impeachment matters. But what if the Muller report is not factually rich, what if it is not designed to deliver to congress information to help congress do its job..

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Shorts. January thirty first two thousand nineteen today. An article that we ran this morning on l'affaire entitled what an old Watergate document can teach the House Judiciary committee by me. The chairman of the house committee on the judiciary faced a vexing problem pressure for impeachment was building. But while lots of evidence against the president was public key pieces of it were not they were rather in the hands of a special prosecutor who didn't work for congress. The prosecutor's job was to prosecute crimes not to evaluate the president's fitness for office that ladder job lay with the chairman and his committee who didn't have access to the prosecutor's evidence. So the House Judiciary committee chairman wrote a letter requesting that the evidence be turned over, quote, the house and the judiciary committee are under control. Rolling constitutional obligation and commitment to act expeditiously in carrying out. Their solemn constitutional duty wrote chairman Peter Regino in a letter dated March eighth nineteen seventy four to John, Sarah. The chief judge of the US district court for the district of Columbia. It was Redeina said the quote committee's view that in constitutional terms. It would be unthinkable if this material were kept from the house of representatives in the course of the discharge of its most awesome, constitutional responsibility, unquote. I have a suggestion for Jerry Nadler, the current occupant of regina's old office he should consider taking a page from his predecessors book and formally requesting a referral of possible impeachment material. Not ler. Circumstances are admittedly a bit different from regina's, but the similarities are striking to and regina's course, suggests a way forward for Nadler that is worth serious consideration it boils down to this if Nadler and his committee want the evidence in the hands of special counsel, Robert Muller that is relevant to their performance of their own constitutional function. They should start by formally asking Muller to refer it to them. I ran across regina's letter in a passing reference in my recent research on the Watergate roadmap. The grand jury report that Watergate special prosecutor Leon Jawara ski referred to the House Judiciary committee in nineteen seventy four specifically Ceric mentioned the letter in his opinion approving the transmission of war skis impeachment referral quote. The House Judiciary committee through its chairman has made a formal request for delivery of the report materials the opinion says a footnote in support of this point footnote number four sites the Rudeina letter specifically along with a hearing transcript the national archive has made both of these documents public and we posted them on law. Fair this morning. Let's acknowledge up front the differences between regina's circumstances and Nadler's regina's committee already had an open impeachment inquiry authorized by nearly unanimous four hundred. Ten to four vote in the house of representatives Nadler's committee by contrast has no open impeachment inquiry. Indeed democratic leaders insist they have no plans to impeach President Trump and are waiting on the evidence from Muller before making any decisions about how to proceed as Nadler himself recently. Put it, quote, we have to see what the Muller report says, unquote. He added we have to get the facts, we will see where the facts lead maybe that will lead to impeachment. Maybe it won't it is much too early unquote. Perhaps more importantly Jawara ski. Unlike Muller was ready to provide material to the house, the Watergate grand jury had specifically prepared the report for purposes of transmitting it to the House Judiciary committee in support of the impeachment inquiry by contrast Muller is keeping things. Very quiet. He presumably doesn't want congressional activity to interfere with his investigation. And he's evidently, not look. To jump start congressional investigations that will want to talk to his witnesses. Indeed, it's not even clear if Muller believes he has information that he would want the House Judiciary committee to examine pursuant to its obligations under the impeachment clauses. So if I sit in short to say that at the present time, neither the supply side, nor the demand side of this equation is as mature as it was in nineteen seventy four. And yet as I say the similarities between the situations strike me as alternately more substantial than the differences for one thing. The structural arrangement is very similar once again, the judiciary committee has the impeachment thority, but not the evidence while the prosecutor has the evidence, but not the authority to think beyond the narrowly criminal in critical respects, the current interational of this problem is actually worse than it was in Watergate back then after all the Senate Watergate committee had done its own extensive investigations key witnesses had testified publicly and the broad parameters of the story were thus known..

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"judiciary committee" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"judiciary committee" Discussed on KTOK

"The workdays over. Now, let's hash out the day's events. This is the drive with Leigh Matthews. Good afternoon and wild you were working a busy at your job. All kinds of things were happening both in Washington and all over we're going to get to them here on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. And get what you think about them two eight four one thousand star one thousand to in the conversation, LeBron to use Katie, okay dot com. Trump's attorney general candidate appeared before the judiciary committee. It was the judiciary committee's first order of business for twenty nineteen with a new judiciary committee chairperson, and I think you said all the right things. But we'll go over what he said. And what it means? I also think many Democrats and Republicans who hate the president are going to be saying by this time tomorrow, they got another one. They just can't stand it when the president gets gets a nomination through. But we'll get into that coming up on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. Interesting story out of Tulsa, I wanted to share with you was it manslaughter or was it self defense because there is a fine line sometimes and as an advocate of the second amendment. I think we need to know. And if you're a second amendment supporter, like I am, you should know what is the difference between manslaughter and self defense. I'll get into that Brexit may be in trouble. And I know what you're saying. Well, who the hell cares? Well, actually, we should because one of the things the English want to do more of is trade with the United States. They can't trade with the United States because there too tied into the European Union who sees the United States, Canada and Mexico as a direct competitor. So anyway, the prime minister of England was trying to negotiate a deal. So the England could peaceably get out of the European Union. It didn't go well, and it may not go well for her the prime minister, and it may not go well for their economy either. We'll get into that. And tell you why NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. How's that shutdown working out force? We'll get into that with Mike Michael Bauer of twenty four seven news. Also, Trump buys the champions cheeseburgers at everyone's losing their minds. What? Again, I think we need to turn the sensitivity meter down at Kabul, clicks, just a couple. People are trying to text me while I'm doing this with you. So I have to give you my undivided. Attention built separate will join us to and he'll tell us a little bit more about the Senate Judiciary committee meeting that happened today. All on NewsRadio one thousand eight four zero one thousand star one thousand to join in the conversation. Leigh Matthews, Katie. Okay dot com. This half hour utterly Matthews program. Brought to you by hill in company a train comfort specialist. It's hard to top hill..

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