30 Burst results for "Karl Rove"
Gerrymandering Committee Proved Ineffective for Republicans
"I learned that the Republicans put a committee together To look at gerrymandering in the states and who among others was on this committee This guy seems to be behind everything and is a serial loser For us conservatives in the Republican Party Who was behind this too Cut 7 go They've vaccinated A senior editor at the nonpartisan cook political report said that New York's proposed map was such an effective gerrymander that it only wasted democratic votes in a few isolated places Even then we're stopped there for a second So it judges looked at this and told New York to fix it they really wouldn't and so they throw it out So it turns out New York turned out well But the rest of the country other than Florida in New York turned out very poorly for the Republicans Very poorly Go ahead It's a brutal map for Republicans Our guys just don't get it And I don't know about you but I felt relieved I thought were Lee when I saw Karl rove I think it was one of the Sunday shows where it's not mine I don't really remember it It was on one of the Sunday shows Because we all know Carl rove is the architect It was the architect of the 2006 Senate blowout by the Democrats And the great victory By George W. Bush in 2000 Which was ultimately decided via the Electoral College Nonetheless he's apparently on some committee that is helping to fight on the gerrymandering issue mister Purdue so that scares the crap out of me
"karl rove" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Here. But I have always been, you know, not always, I shouldn't say that. But I have more recently had a jaundiced view of establishment, Republicans. But what Karl rove did in supporting the opponent of Doug monstero, how do you, how is that even possible that somebody could go over to the dark side like that? Am I missing something? I'm not aware of rose relationship. Are you saying he's supporting the Democrat, opposing mastery on the general election? Because I would see him supporting someone in the primary, but once monstery Ono broke through, I would think he'd close ranks. I can't even begin to understand that. Well, we'll put that to the side. I just wanted to know if you had some information on that. So what are some of the other races that we're looking at right now? I mean, if you're really wanting to see things stopped at the federal level, the Senate seats become all important. And staying in Georgia for a second, everyone's focused on how dumb Stacey Abrams is and she's like a box of bricks dumb. But you've also got reverend Warnock, who everybody, oh, black pastor, oh, he'll be great. And that is more pro abortion than Stacey Abrams. Yeah. And Herschel Walker has in his own humble kind of understated way. And if you've known her for any length of time, he's always been a soft spoken guy, even when he was pounding alignment into the NFL turf, running over them. He's always been a humble man. He's always been very, very quiet. And yet he has seemed to not just broken through, but taking a slight lead going into tomorrow. So if we want at least one of those Georgia seats back, we have a chance to get it tomorrow. If we pick up the seat in Pennsylvania, if we pick up the seat in Arizona, if we pick up the seat in Nevada, we're at 51. Now, if we get general bulldog in New Hampshire, who has closed the gap, I think they're polling dead even in New Hampshire polling is kind of difficult, but New Hampshire is by far the reddest New England state up there. Many times we'll vote very counter to the rest of the region. I think that they're as ticked off about most of the fiscal stuff that most of the rest of the country is. So look for a breakthrough in New Hampshire. And then you've got even opportunities to pick up seats and other places. And I'm well, we're going to hold the Wisconsin. We're going to hold the Ohio seat. So we could be at 52 53, maybe 54 seats by the end of the night if Republicans show up and vote their convictions because this is a year. If you're not motivated to vote this year, with everything that is on your plate, then you don't have a pulse. There's just something wrong with that. And that's how I see it. And you almost wonder how bad things need to get. I mean, look, hey, ladies and gentlemen, things can get a lot worse. This is, this is just a warning. What we've been seeing. You have no idea. If you've been to a communist country, if you've been to other parts of the world, if you think this is as bad as it gets, it can get much worse and it for sure will. If people don't vote. Oh, I said that in my column yesterday Eric. If people, if people, for some reason, sleep tomorrow, and this doesn't get done, the other side is going to be so emboldened. They will pack the Supreme Court. They will take rights away. Look for it to get ten times worse than it is now. Folks will be right back, hoping to get Doug must Rihanna, we have dick Morris, don't go away..
Kevin McCullough and Eric Discuss Karl Rove's Bizarre Endorsement
"Have always been, you know, not always, I shouldn't say that. But I have more recently had a jaundiced view of establishment, Republicans. But what Karl rove did in supporting the opponent of Doug monstero, how do you, how is that even possible that somebody could go over to the dark side like that? Am I missing something? I'm not aware of rose relationship. Are you saying he's supporting the Democrat, opposing mastery on the general election? Because I would see him supporting someone in the primary, but once monstery Ono broke through, I would think he'd close ranks. I can't even begin to understand that.
Mitch Mcconnell, Karl Rove Have Done Great Damage to GOP Candidates
"You know Mitch McConnell and his sidekick rove have done great damage to the Republicans running for the Senate By damaging them in the Republican primaries The Democrats have spent money to nominate certain Republicans The Republicans in McConnell who has most of the money as head of the national Republican senatorial committee he controls it This is how he gets his power This is how he gets his votes to be the leader of the Republicans in the Senate The Democrats are trying to nominate certain Republicans in McConnell's trying to stop certain Republicans
"karl rove" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Process. It makes no sense. There's another story this morning that Putin is buying millions of shells from North Korea. They are the junior partner in the four way new axis. Let me go back to just a moment to the cult like attraction of this. Did it come up last night that the Iranians are engaged in active plots to kill Americans on American soil. We know the target list. You know the target list. I know the target list. I don't discuss them other than the John Bolton indictment, which is public. But they are actively involved in trying to kill Americans, not just Donald Trump. How can we deal with these people? It doesn't that just loom up as a space Odyssey 2001 kind of block of reality to hit the administration over the head. Not just deal with them, not just negotiate with them, but potentially give them tens of billions of dollars to finance their terrorist supporting architecture and regime. I mean, their proxies have grown more aggressive throughout the Middle East. And if you remember the entire theory of the case, that Obama came in with when he pursued the Iran deal. Was that it was going to create what he called a new equilibrium in the Middle East. Basically, you could balance Iran against our traditional allies and somehow there would be a more stable region. Well, of course that did not happen. It produced disequilibrium because Iran took all the money they got from the Iran deal and they didn't use it to build infrastructure for their citizens or treat them better, they used it to finance their terrorist supporting infrastructure throughout the Middle East. They grew more aggressive and I fear that will happen again this time, except it'll happen on an even bigger scale. And of course, yes, they're actively targeting multiple former high level American officials on our soul on our soil and whether you're a Democrat or a Republican, that should offend you, and that should tell you something very important about the nature of this regime. We got a minute. Congressman, for the benefit of the Steelers fans and everyone who's new to the show, there is a regime within the regime in Iran. It's the IRGC and it's the quds force. Can you tell people what that means? We can't deal with Iran because there are two there are three or four runs, but the nastiest one, they're not at the table with us. Yeah, I mean, this is an imperfect analogy, but think about it sort of like as a hybrid between a CIA like entity and our special operations forces that goes all throughout the Middle East and indeed the world empowering and training terrorist proxies, except they don't abide by the same rules that of course our military and our intelligence organizations do. They have absolutely nothing in common and don't share our values. That's why I say it's an imperfect analogy, but it's sort of a quasi intelligence paramilitary organization and it is where a lot of the power resides in the regime. It's also you can think of it as the action arm of the supreme leader. And ultimately, in that regime power redounds to the supreme leader, you know, full stop right there. And so that's why we need that. We need Ron Johnson to be reelected. We need Oz in Pennsylvania and Herschel and Georgia and O'Day in Colorado and Blake masters in Arizona and whoever gets nominated in New Hampshire and smiling in Washington. We got to put up a block on this congressman Mike Gallagher doing a job in the house. Thank you, congressman. Sorry about what happens to you in Minnesota this week. We'll talk about that next week. Don't go anywhere America. Welcome back America Jen kegans is going to be the new congresswoman who represents my daughter and her family in Virginia Beach in the Norfolk area, Jenkins. I met in Wyoming in Wyoming at the gathering a couple of weeks.
"karl rove" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Not much you. Not much at all. That's the best way. That's the best thing about being a new dad and I'm glad I'm a grandpa and out of debt. Congressman, I got to read you the breaking news from John breek, CBS football writer, as he picks this week's games. Quote, the only difference between now this year and then last year is that we know there are psychedelic drugs in South America that can help you win MVP. Thanks Aaron Rodgers for that knowledge. You can judge Rogers all you want for taking ayahuasca. But I'm not going to judge him for going to South American drug bender, but that's mainly because I've done some of my best work after doing weirder things in South America. Rogers might have reached a higher level of spiritual consciousness as off season, but I do not think he'll be reaching the highest level in the NFL. Aka I will not be picking his team to win the Super Bowl this year. In fact, in the first week, they've got the Vikings beating the packers down in Minneapolis, congressman. That's a trip. Liberal liberal media bias here. I mean, the concern is lazard, I guess, our autocracy or didn't practice. He's got some sort of injury. So I'm trying to assess how psycho, give him some of that stuff. But look at, okay, so look at the disparity here. So Aaron Rodgers goes and takes ayahuasca, wins the MVP two years in a row. By the way, ayahuasca not banned by the NFL. Totally within the NFL's rules, but then the fact that he didn't get the vaccine makes him a total pariah. It just goes to show you how screwed up the NFL's COVID protocols are. Well, that's true. Aaron Aaron Rodgers has reached demigod status so he can do no wrong in my opinion. He's the greatest quarterback in the league today, and that will be true when he have you ever heard of a guy named Brady. Never heard of him. No. Yeah, that old guy. All right. So let's get to the serious stuff. And the serious stuff has to do with the JCPOA two. I can not believe we are still at the table with these people. Congressman, you're on Intel and armed services. Would you, I got a new affiliate in Missouri. They don't know you from Adam. You're on Intel and armed services. You're a marine or a PhD. You know what you're talking about? Why is this a bad idea? Well, I don't know. I have a huge following in Missouri, I'm really big out there. So shout out to everybody of Missouri. But there's a few. Wait a minute, you just put a challenge out there. I want you to tell me where Frederick town, Missouri is. Do you know where Frederick Douglass is? Yeah, it's about 30 miles south of johnsonville. I think. Good answer. Yeah. Good try. I don't know anything. Okay, so a few issues at play. When Biden campaigned, he promised that he would get a deal that was longer and stronger than the original JCPOA. And remember, one of the many problems with the original JCPOA is that it was filled with sunset provisions. So some of the biggest constraints in the deal such as they existed expire. We've actually already blown past some of the sunset provisions and the remaining most meaningful ones sunset at the end of this decade. So by all accounts, we've done nothing to make those sunsets disappear, make the provisions permanent. And there's nothing in the new JCPOA that's going to address the fact that any constraints on Iran's program simply evaporate in a matter of years. So obviously, if you're Iran, the best thing you would do, the smartest thing you do is just abide by the terms of this weak deal until it expires, and then you can crank up your nuclear program to an industrial grade capacity. So that's .1. We are not going to get a longer or stronger deal. We're going to get a shorter or weaker deal. Well, now there's this new issue. If you remember due to some heroic action on the part of Israeli intelligence allegedly, we now know that the Iranians, as anyone with common sense, could have told you, the Iranians had a nuclear weapons component to their nuclear program. The IAEA, the nuclear monitoring organization, has an ongoing investigation into that very fact. But apparently one of the things the Iranians are demanding in order to sign this new weaker Iran deal is for the IAEA to completely close the books on that investigation. So we're never going to get an understanding of how far the what's called PMD, the possible military dimensions of their program have gone. And if you don't have that understanding, if you don't have that baseline understanding of how far they've gotten, how can you develop an inspections and verification regime that allows you to monitor anything you can point forward. Exactly. The third and final thing I mentioned, though there's many aspects of this deal we can get into. I think it's fair to say maybe the biggest political mistake former president Barack Obama made is because he knew this deal was so weak. He never submitted it to Congress for ratification as a treaty. I mean, it was an international agreement. A major international agreement and he did it purely as an executive agreement or an agreement between himself and the supreme leader of Iran and therefore it did not survive his tenure in office. President Trump came in and he ripped up the deal. Similarly, President Biden is not just going to repeat president Obama's mistake, he's going to go a step further and what we're hearing is they're going to insert a provision into the deal whereby if a future Congress or a future president abrogates the agreement, the Iranians will be allowed to snap back to massive advanced nuclear production. So you're basically in an unconstitutional fashion. I haven't heard that before. I've not heard that. That's wild. Totally wild. Totally well. And again, if you honestly believe that this deal is good for international security and advances America's interests will then submit it to Congress and oh, by the way, this is the final thing I'd say here. One thing exists now that didn't exist when president president Obama started negotiating with Iran. And that's something called the Iran nuclear agreement review act, which means that if there is a new deal, the president has to submit that agreement to Congress, not for ratification as a treaty, but for an up or down vote of disapproval. Apparently they're going to argue that because this is still within the old JCPOA framework, even though they're changing a lot of things, they don't have to comply with existing law. And that, of course, congressman, I want to cover two things. One, what you just described is unconstitutional. You can not bind a future Congress. All right. Number two, this is a cult. It's a religion. The JCPOA, when I went, you may have been at the one time I went to the Aspen institute. I don't go anymore because it's completely gone over the left edge. It was like going to a wake for the JCPOA. And it still is that way, but now it's become a cult and they are cultish in their devotion. There is a picture in the times of Israel this morning of prime minister lapid, standing in front of an F-35, saying to Iran, don't tempt us. And you know what? Well, Israel to strike will be this. This is a war inducing agreement as you've just described it. Because Israel will feel like Joe Biden does not have their back. I totally agree with that. And last night I was privileged to join the Nixon seminar to talk about the Abraham accords and everything that went into that remarkable accomplishment and the fact is and what makes this even more maddening is we now have for the first time in a long time in a region that I've spent most of my adult life dealing with that that's frustrated. Our policy ambitions. Let's be honest. The Middle East is a difficult place to deal with. We now have because of the Abraham cords, a framework we can build off of. We have a recipe for stability in that region and building off that growing cooperation between Israel and the Sunni Arab Gulf states because they have a shared interest in countering Iran is the path to geopolitical success in the Middle East. And if this administration jumps back into the arms of the mullahs so that John Kerry or whoever now can get a Nobel Peace Prize, they will screw up the foundation of the Abraham accords, it will create more chaos in the Middle East and then what will be returning to the problem that we've had in multiple administrations, which is where we want to spend more time focusing on the indo Pacific, but we get sucked into a cauldron of chaos in the Middle East because we misunderstand the basic alliance structure. And add on to that the fact it completely undermines this positions, Russia policy. They promised to isolate Putin as a pariah, were negotiating through the Russians in Geneva because the Iranians refused to negotiate with us directly. And the Iranians are selling drones to support Putin's war in Ukraine. Putin wants to sell arms to the Iranians over the long term. So you're basically going to solidify this anti American alliance of the Russians, the Iranians and the Chinese who, by the way. In the North Korea economic agreement with the Iranians and undermine our alliance structure in the.
Why the Georgia Race Will Go Down to the Wire
"All right, Georgia and New Hampshire. We got about two minutes and then three races. I'm very high on hershel's improving ability to talk and talk to people directly as one guy to one voter. What do you think about Herschel? Yeah, look, he has an enormous strength, which is if there's an enormous reservoir of goodwill. And you're right. He's not been a political candidate. He's been a pro football player in a role model. Somebody who's talked about the challenges that he faced in his own life and how he found the courage to ask for help. I think he's an inspiring figure in your right. He's getting better as a candidate and his opponent is a left winter. Rafael warnick would be right at home representing the state of Massachusetts or Vermont. I mean, it's like he'd be a good California congressman from the Bay Area. I mean, so yeah, there's going to be a barn burner, very expensive and we're going to go right down to the end and fortunately, Herschel's on the ballot with Brian Kemp, who's going to, I think, help him by making it. They're not going to be a lot of people who vote for Brian Kemp and then vote for Rafael warning. Now,
"karl rove" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"And I have sympathy for him and prayers for him, but I don't know if you can win incapacitated. Carl, does that happen? Will occasionally happens, but you have to be enormously popular or politically very adroit. And he started out ahead, but I think people are looking at him and saying, is he up to the job? Is he up to the task? But in a way, it's sort of like hiding another weakness, which is, again, much like Mandela Barnes, here's a guy with extreme views. Meaning he literally said that the referring to another state official he said he did this other state official plan that you could let a third of the people out of Pennsylvania state prisons without affecting public safety and federman said, I agree with that and I think it's very profound and I mean, again, once again, this guy is very, very much to the left of the Democratic Party in his state and yet he won the nomination and Oz has him Doctor Oz has a great opportunity to cross some distinctions here. Last time Ron Johnson was Alan, I said that I thought betterman was the most left wing Senate candidate I've ever seen and he argued with me that Mandela Barnes is actually to the left of federman. I don't think we have to decide that so much as pointed out that it's a race to go out. Let me go to the takeaway. Think about Wisconsin. I think Ron Johnson's having fun. Pictures this summer, he has been Wisconsin. They have lots of local parades and festivals and there he was. Having a fun time out there campaigning and that's what you need is a happy warrior and he appears to be a very happy warrior this time. Yes, let's go through the 5 takeaways. I'll do them alphabetically. If the Republicans win any of these, I think Mitch McConnell McConnell will be the leader again. Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, New Hampshire, Washington. Let's start with Arizona Blake masters against incumbent Mark Kelly. Well, first, let's start with one you left out Nevada. Oh, you're right, my gosh. How can I forget Adam? That's a given. Well, I don't think it's a given, but he's running a very good campaign and he's a good user friend of mine and as I suspect he's a friend of yours. I think he's a wonderful human being and a great life story and a wonderful state attorney general. And I think he's going to win, which is our best shot for a pickup. That's why I forget it because when you have to add something to your pickup list, that's good dig. You're right, Nevada. He's going to win. Now to Arizona. Tough contest got a unite the party took some very strong hard views during the primary. It's a state with a lot of Republicans, but it's got a lot of independence. And there's going to be a tough race. And my hope is that Peter Thiel continues to support Blake masters in former chief of staff and close friend because there's not enough money to go around for all these races. The surprise of the cycle is in Colorado with Joe O'Day, Karl rove, and I can't have him on enough. I like him so much. He's such a normal guy. Well, but full disclosure, a week ago Monday, I did a fundraiser for him in Denver, took time out of my family vacations and go join him. I was blown away. First of all, he and I share something in common, we're both adopted. And at what a wonderful guy. I mean, there was so much authenticity that directness. Here's a guy adopted by Denver cop and his in a stay at home mom gets into trouble what he's a teenager. His father says, okay, we're going to send you to the Catholic school, got a partial scholarship and you're going to work Saturdays and Sundays to pay the rest of your tuition. Turns his little seniors turn his life around. Graduates goes to a Carpenter's union apprenticeship program becomes a union Carpenter, works as a Carpenter for four years, falls in falls head over heels in love with a attractive Latina follows her to Colorado state university. They work their way through school, get married, work their way through school. He graduates it with a construction management degree from Colorado state, the two of them started construction company and it now is a large company that does most of the water projects in that part of the world. And he's a wonderful human being. And you look at him, you listen to him, you look him in the eye and you just sense that this guy has enormous integrity, tells you what he thinks, humble. I was just completely blown away. And I think you're right. This is a very interesting contest. And the fact that the Democrats spent ten $1 million to try to defeat him in the Republican primary says that they know something about his ability to give Garner votes..
Is Fetterman up to the Job?
"Now, Doctor Oz is getting better. He's been on this show once. He's coming back and I was impressed. He was on with Brett bear last night, and I was impressed. And John fetterman is hurt. And I have sympathy for him and prayers for him, but I don't know if you can win incapacitated. Carl, does that happen? Will occasionally happens, but you have to be enormously popular or politically very adroit. And he started out ahead, but I think people are looking at him and saying, is he up to the job? Is he up to the task? But in a way, it's sort of like hiding another weakness, which is, again, much like Mandela Barnes, here's a guy with extreme views. Meaning he literally said that the referring to another state official he said he did this other state official plan that you could let a third of the people out of Pennsylvania state prisons without affecting public safety and federman said, I agree with that and I think it's very profound and I mean, again, once again, this guy is very, very much to the left of the Democratic Party in his state and yet he won the nomination and Oz has him Doctor Oz has a great opportunity to cross some distinctions here.
GOP's House Chances Are in the Upper Range
"You should talk the most on this. Let's start with the house. How do you feel about the Republican chances of getting the house? What do you think the marginal B when we shut it down on election night in November? Well, look, I've long thought that it not only are we going to take the house, but ironically enough that it would be sort of an average midterm election, if you look at it since World War II, the average, if you take out 2002, where the Republicans actually gain seats while holding The White House, the party out of power gains about 28 seats. And I thought it's going to be sort of in that range. And because in 2020, something weird happened, we lose The White House, but we pick up seats in the U.S. House. That's why we started this legislative session 28 218 Democrats 213 Republicans. So only 5, 5 seat, 222 Democrats, 230 Republicans, only 5 down of switch of 5 would have given us the majority. And so my point is that we started in a strong position, so if we gain if we gain 28 seats, which may be the upper range, that would put us at 241 seats, which is ten seats more than Newt Gingrich had when he was sworn in and speaker in January of 1995. So I think it's going to be in that range. Maybe as time goes on a little bit fewer, could be a little bit more if conditions break our way, but I think it's going to be about in that range.
"karl rove" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"January 6th. Are you kidding me? How do you have both things how are both things true at the same time? Sometimes two things are true at the same time, but don't these conflict with one another, Carl rove on the one hand saying that the Democrats are over exaggerating the significance of January 6th and then the two of them Karl rove and kilmeade going on and on pretending that Republicans are in denial. Nobody's denying January 6th happened. Wow. Maybe think about it and tell me what you think they're trying to accomplish. One 806 5 5 Mike, 806 5 5 6 four 5 three. We have an open line for you. Here in the relief factor dot com studios, give me a theory, give me an idea. Tell me what you think Republicans like Karl rove and Brian kilmeade to Fox News channel are trying to accomplish by that kind of commentary. You think that's helpful? You think that's productive? Do you even think it's true? Let's find out your reaction coming up, one 806 5 5 Mike. Hope you join us. Be sure to get the Mike Gallagher show podcast at Mike online dot com. Oh you are everything and every thing you need. Mike Gallagher. Hey Mike, I think it's just he's referring to those people that say, oh, it's just a bunch of people that just walked through the capital, but regardless, it's still kind of silly. It's just throwing fuel on the buyer. I love the show man. I'm not sure what those guys think they might accomplish, but I'm just wondering about the lives of the businesses that Black Lives Matter and antifa ruined how come their lives don't matter as much as what happened to the Congress lives that could have been injured or during the riot. It's a good question, but my question is, what do Republicans think they're going to gain by playing into the Democrats hands? And pretending that Republicans of downplayed January 6th, yeah, there are people and I would characterize them as kind of a minority of people who think that January 6th was totally staged, that it was a false flag that people were just strolling through the capitol, the videos were staged. There wasn't really violence. There was violence. There were hundreds of people who fought with cops and broke windows and went where they shouldn't have gone, and every one of them are being prosecuted. Every single one of them. There are people that are going to be in jail for years. Who's pretending that I don't get it? I know Brian somewhat over the years through my association with Fox News. He's a very nice guy. You know, he's a former sports guy that got this great gig at the morning show there at Fox Fox News channels, written some good books. He's a nice guy. What's he trying to prove? Who's he trying to please? Nancy Pelosi? Biden? I don't get it. Maybe you do. Help me understand it. One 806 5 5 Mike. 806 5 5 6 four 5 three will start with Lynn and Minneapolis. Hey Lin,.
Karl Rove Can't Have It Both Ways With Jan. 6
"Don't these conflict with one another, Carl rove on the one hand saying that the Democrats are over exaggerating the significance of January 6th and then the two of them Karl rove and kilmeade going on and on pretending that Republicans are in denial. Nobody's denying January 6th happened. Wow. Maybe think about it and tell me what you think they're trying to accomplish.
Let Us Not Forget Joy Reid’s Homophobic Blog Posts and Subsequent Hacking Lies
"No joy Reid had a blog. 2007, 2008, 2009, before she became a hostel innocent behead. And in her blog, she made a number of posts smearing, mocking, attacking, gaze. She implied that Tom Cruise was gay. Karl rove. She said was gay. The then senator of Florida. Chris Christie. Charlie Christie. Charlie Chris weaver. She's called him miss Charlie, miss charley, stop pretending brother, it's okay, you don't go for the ladies. And another one she wrote, now he's married to a girl, Charlie Chris is being sought for all kinds of good stuff. Quote, I can just see poor Charlie on the honeymoon, ogling the male waiters and taking to himself, God, do I actually have to see her naked? It included a joke with Chris having sex with senator John McCain? She implied that chief justice John Roberts son is gay. She also said this, quote, most straight people cringe at the sight of two men kissing. She also said quote, adult gay men tend to be attracted to very young post pubescent types. And in one post, she said, quote, does that make me homophobic? Probably close quote. Now these posts emerged after she got a job as a host on MSNBC. And guess what, she denied making them. She said she'd been hacked. She was a victim of a homophobic hate crime. NBC hired a forensic specialist to determine whether or not she'd been hacked. She wasn't. She lied. And later on, she acknowledged she'd posted them.
Mollie Hemingway Compares the Media Outrage of 2016 Election vs. 2020 Election
"In the past Molly Hemingway if you had an oligarch like a Zuckerberg and this individual through their money around in a significant way to influence the outcome of election It would be a there'd be a national outcry But the media to if Karl rove worked with the cokes to put the entire army of young Republicans into the election system I happened to think that NPR might have covered it a little bit more It would have been outrage You think about what they did between 2016 and 2020 where the entire allegation of Russia collusion That was their claim that Trump stole the 2016 election which lasted for years Their claim was that because Russians had bought like a $100,000 in Facebook ads some of which benefited Hillary Clinton some of which benefited Donald Trump That put our entire country into chaos for years And it's nothing compared to what we're talking about that actually happened in 2020 Never made sense that the Russians would decide with Trump against Hillary They got everything they wanted from Hillary
"karl rove" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show
"Simply smarter wireless. And by the way footnote. It's my understanding that. Mitch mcconnell encouraging all these vicious attacks george against herschel walker because you know mitch mcconnell and The sven gali. What's his name. Karl rove they have a different candidate. You know they did so well. Last time with the two mannequins. The idea that you have a senator from kentucky and an operative from texas who keep reaching into these states to try to affect the outcomes and have done very very poorly i might add is really quite outrageous. Always talk about the democrat. Party opening up minorities but they just like the left. They don't really mean that they want people who are gonna do what they want. Mitch mcconnell has been around way too long. He only gets involved in senate races and republican primaries for people who are going to support him and anyone he supports. We should oppose now. Let's get this started. Peter ducey's a real reporter boy who was that flunky from e. p. unbelievable some of the dumbest questions that are asked while the media have turned on. What did i tell you the other day. How stupid that line was and yet it's puked all over the place. Let's get started here as best as you can. As best as we can cut twenty six. Go mr president. There had not been. Us servicemember killed in combat in afghanistan. Since february of twenty twenty. You set a deadline. You pulled troops out. You sent troops back in an hour. Twelve marines are dead. You said the buck stops with you. Do you bear responsibility for the way that things have unfolded in the last two weeks. I bear responsibility for fundamentally all this happened of late. Here's the deal you know. I wish you one day say these things you know as well as i do that a former president made a deal with the tally boss. All american forces out of afghanistan by may one in return the commitment was made. That was a year before it returned. He was given a commitment. Taliban would continue to attack others but would not attack any. This is why. I have to keep going back to that. Ladies and gentlemen you can find this on the internet. You can find this on the internet. He's lying about what was agreed to their were conditions in that agreement now. Why the press. Don't report that is beyond well. It's not corrupt but ducey. Just ask them. Do you take any responsibility for this. Did you think you made a mistake. He's attacking trump pretty pretty bad. Go ahead remember that. I'm not being serious. I'm asking you a question be because before. No no no wait a minute. I'm asking you a question. Is that accurate. The rest of your question and they basically.
"karl rove" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"These different co tweets. I can't believe eight years ago. Eight years ago he was really kind of respect. He really drew the line. Right down the middle down the middle. And now it's like reading some of these tweets like he's sitting there just name calling everybody he's off. The handle is bought and paid for completely going back to your point though about like yeah. I do believe that obama was Was a catalyst my goodness. Oh look i full disclosure. I fucking hated george w bush and the bush administration. I fucking hated them. I thought he was terrible. President i feel like clinton was the biggest proliferator of late nineties early. Two thousands of of some of the problems the city of some of the problems that did exist because it was toxicity and there was some problems. But let's not make a mistake. Aware that was born out of the guy was getting blowjobs under his desk in the white house. Hey hey hey yeah. I mean ever listen i. That's not my circus on my monkeys but at the end of the day. He's partly responsible for if it was out of whack for getting there because they had a normalized that in the media so it was. Okay yeah not saying it was. I mean look. I'm not here to form an opinion on it it. I just say this. It takes two to tango people. Well too so i mean when it got to obama i fully supported his His run for presidency because i was so dejected from the bush administration. I fucking hated the republican party. At that point in time i i hated their warmongering. I fucking hated. Think you're alone. I hated to do so bad so i was by default. It's kind of the whole the dark knight quote about turning to a man they didn't fully understand and i think a lot of people did that with obama because they were so dejected from the bush administration in karl rove and dick cheney and all that so obama becomes this rockstar of a politician in. Check all the boxes for the media. He was a an incredible speaker. He had the diversity he had the pizzazz the name after that. Dnc speech that he made so hooper careers. Charisma was off the charts. And of course we're talking about politics fucking. Nobody gets elected in politics because policy bill clinton got elected because he played a saxophone on the arsenio hall show with sunglasses and he was cool got elected because he was an arkansas democrat which is barely a democrat and george w bush got elected because fucking family name or he was a guy. You can have a beer with. Nobody was electing him on policy. And so we get to obama who was elected not on policy on charisma and his speech and the the media loved him but anyway he won..
"karl rove" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"This kind of change. And i i have a special highlight on a representative jamie raskin. Who's done so much. Good for humanism. Both at the state level in maryland where e came from and as a representative in the house. Now today interesting to see that Someone who embraces humanism is involved in the halls of governments. People have asked me. Do you think we'll ever see atheist president. Of course my first response is oh. We've had an atheist president. They just knew better than to commit political suicide right but the normalization of the atheist and or humanist at the highest levels of governments. I'd like to think we'll see that in our lifetime. Raskin another pavement away right absolutely. It's happening faster than people realize even on the especially on the hill you know. We're some folks still think might be political suicide but we've done surveys and if you're a have you happen to be a democrat who is pro choice and pro. Lgbt rights if you then say by the way. I happened to be atheist it has almost zero effect on your electric. According to our survey work and so there is folks who can come out and be open about it about representative. Huffman from california is Very open about his non theism and humanism and his co chairs along with representative raskin of the congressional free thought caucus. Which is something i go into. I think for the very first time. A great deal of depth as to how that came to be who said what how it happened in the book. Trust the center humanism. I go into that as well. It's interesting for a guy who hosts the show with atheist title. I'm not really an atheist. I i'd like to think. I'm a humanist. I've come to the point where i'm like. I'm a humanist i like i don't believe in god's does not really define anything else about me and some people get irritated with me when i talk about social justice issues because they hear the word social justice and they immediately flip out and they get into the yesterday w and they get into all the other i mean i just i just wanted to. Everybody take a breath. Everybody stop and let's talk about. Essentially what is humanism right. The rights of our fellow human beings to live in this world to have the basic rights that we do have human dignity to have the opportunities that we do. I was shocked to Come to the realization. You know not all atheists are humanist. That was a revelation. I was so ignorant so naive. Karl rove is popularly a atheist row. They used you know there are folks who are objectives. Who believe you know. Very strict rigid Society who are atheists. I think it is an important part of who we are. I think atheism does lean one automatically a bit toward humanism. But it doesn't make what if this it opens the door. Certainly if i don't have all the other baggage i'm not looking through the religious land kind of distorted lens to route myself in reality. I think it is a lot more natural to begin to find human-to-human solutions in this very real world. So i take your point of the book. Justice centered humanism. How and why to engage in public policy for good humanism in practice. That's phrase. i like it now. we can talk about it. Let's try to get out and do it. How can we help you man. How can we help the american humanist association and the cause in general. I think getting involved whether you're getting involved online or whether you're seeking to support and become a member that's terrific get involved in the local groups. There's hundreds across the country. You can join these things matter and the numbers matter and when we go into the hall of justice and say hey we represent this community and these numbers they listen and they're they're very very interested in the small amount of support. One thing one little tidbit. That i learned in the political halls is that a little bit of support goes a long way if somebody gives a small amount of campaign contribution directly to a candidate. They're in a very small percentage of people in that constituency base and they get listened to a small donation doesn't have to be big. You don't have to billions you. Don't have to thousands hundreds they care and it's not because they're so desperate for money they wanna do the right thing and they want to know that there are people out there who can support them doing the right thing so i think that's something to keep in mind. I think we're becoming a much too great or much too. Numerous demographic to ignore. Certainly we have to let them know that we are here and we are watching and we are listening and we are interested. My hope is we will be interested and engaged. I know the american humanist association is on a day by day basis the website american humanist dot org and roy spec heart the executive director of the a h a and honor to speak with. You thank you so much for your work. Let's talk soon okay. Mic atheist on facebook and twitter for complete archive of podcasts and videos products like.
"karl rove" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"I think we're underrating it. I honestly feel like maybe because it's so sad or because it's like such a famous oscar snob or something like we don't talk about it enough somehow. It feel like it's sort of like not to get into the homophobia of at all. But i do feel. It became a little bit of a joke. I feel popular culture. You know took it and sort of ran with it. I mean fam-. I remember family guys scenes and just sort of like really crass sort of boiling it down to. Oh it's the gay cowboy movie. And i do think that whether or not i mean whether or not that matters. I do think that can sort of tain toward sort of like you know. Ding legacy a little bit or at least lessen the fuller impact of a piece or whatnot. I just remember being inundated and sort of just like flooded with all of these sort of just like crass and sort of like you know like like you know d. minus jokes about the movie and i think for some at that could have overshadowed its actual artistry and. I'm talking to you know. I was a teenage boy. So that's what. I definitely hear the score and i remember like not even specific parodies but like for years like that bit of score would come up to be like. Oh they're gonna make a gay joke right now. About whatever is happening in the context of this and we had a. We had a text from hail sergeant who i have to say any time that they wrote crash. It was a cr and then the poop emoji. And she's really funny but they just said please mentioned in discussion that those two thousand six oscars took place in an era of very anti gay rhetoric. The at least for me left deep scars and two dozen fourteen thousand five fifteen states pass. Anti gay marriage amendments eight more states would go on to do so in two thousand six I remember the crash oscars and outsides feeling of importance. Brokeback mountain was a chance to get historic win in our column and even worse poor dolly parton song about love and tolerance from transamerica los at night. Too hard out here for a pimp. I love it is a good time. Try that. I just wanted to say for hail. Fortunately times shame now happily married adoptive dad street and sectors no longer bogert career roles but crashing. Karl rove can keep each other company and their same two thousand strache bile.
Republicans Should Talk About Impeachment After Biden's Illegal Immigration Plot
"And his comrades. They're pushing the edges of the envelopes. They're jumping outside the box. They're doing things in ways that are utterly lawless. They're trying to change the constitution without amending the Constitution. They're loading up the bureaucracy. With Reds. And not a single Republican talks about impeachment. What? What? What We are We can't do that. That's bad politics, Karl Rove says. It's bad politics Paul Ryan may not like that. What about Peggy Noonan? What about the Washington Post? The New York Times and we might get bad press. Besides, we'll lose Romney and sash and Krakowski and The weak underbelly of the Republican Party. Just hold on. We'll win. Just give us anyway. Not a word about impeachment. He's dumping illegal aliens in the communities without giving them a heads up. He's trying to change the demographics, particularly Red states. Everybody knows what's going on. And he's also doing other things he's making changes. To the Iran deal. But you're not going to be presented to Congress. He's already lifted sanctions against a number of Islam a Nazi Theocrats in Tehran without even consulting Congress. And it's his Congress Democrats. Nobody brings up the
"karl rove" Discussed on KTRH
"It is 7 17 year in Houston's morning news Democrats were in control during control. The house for all Practical purchase is the Senate and the White House, of course. These things generally don't last for long, because after a couple of years because there are those who have just become disenfranchised, or you don't like what's going on and vote in the opposite direction. Not as many as there used to be, though, and it feels like the Democrats have taken a few steps to try to make sure that maybe this time that doesn't happen. But we'll see s amuse Cal Jillson joins us here on NewsRadio. 7 40 ktrh. Nothing unusual about single party control at least until the mid terms, right? No, that's right. There was an article published recently that it showed that going back to the beginning of the 20th century's for the last 120 years. It's the norm for a president coming in. His first term have control of both houses of Congress. But it's unusual toe hold control of both houses of Congress through that first midterm election. On. So both parties are looking toward 2022 with the idea that the Democrats have very narrow majorities in both the House and the Senate. And Republicans are hoping and expecting that they'll be able to take majority control of at least one of the houses of Congress and perhaps both in 2022. You've watched it for a long time. You're quite an expert on this. Do you really see that happening this time? Politics is really change is certainly the way our government functions. Yeah, I think I think that's right. I would expect, uh, it to happen This time. The thing that might make it happen is as so many things Donald Trump and Sort of how he manages not this impeachment crisis. I expect him to be to be, uh, not convicted here. But how we emerges back into political life and what sort of a roll He plays in politics and how that middle of the electorate that is not deeply committed Republican or deeply committed Democrat response to Trump becoming a public figure again. That And if that responses negative that could stall Republican possibilities in 2022, But all other things being equal, you do expect out party to make a little bit of progress. In the first midterm election of a presidency. Kelly It feels to me that we have very, very few people left in that middle ground that you're you're describing, you know, the people who are not firmly committed to one or the other. I mean, what? What percentage do you think that really is these days? Yeah, There's a good bit of survey evidence of that up to 40% of people call themselves independents, but about two thirds of that 40% lean toward one party or the other and they act very much like partisan so The number of people who are actually available to be convinced, saying the presidential election is something on the order of 7%, which is a significant number of people. But Karl Rove 30 years ago taught people that the best way to run an election is a base strategy. Because your base is listening to you already. They want to hear your arguments because they already believe him. You try to fasten down your base. People in the middle who are uncommitted have to be convinced, And that's not easy. You've got to get their attention. Then you got to present him with arguments that That changed their opinion, one way or the other. So most political parties and most elections are run as based strategy, and that swing vote in the middle is fairly small. Although it can be decisive in a close election. You know the way some Republicans are acting right now, you'd think that their base was Democrats. Are they? Are they seeing something that we don't see that is going to be Democrats, all Democrats all the time. From now on. Well, I think Republicans of if you if you think about republic elected Republicans in the Congress and and base, Republican voters are sort of two different things. Think base. Republican voters are still committed to the Republican Party and the Donald Trump. In particular, that base might have shrunk a little bit, but not a great deal. On. So Trump is very much focused on that elected officials in Congress. I think are a little stunned right now, because you you see about 44 45 senators still willing to say that this impeachment is unconstitutional. Even people like corn in But but it's pretty clear among experts, con law professors and that kind of stuff that this impeachment is constitutional. So you've still got Republicans who are low to cross Trump, but they're worried about what Trump's ongoing influence over the Republican base voter means for them. In the reelection. I don't want to cross trump, but they see him as a bit of an albatross going forward in 2022 2024. Okay, Well, it kind of puts him in a bad spot isn't it Doesn't amuse Cal Jillson joining us here on NewsRadio? 7 40 ktrh. Time for traffic.
"karl rove" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"We get to your questions. I often note I'm going to circle back. I hate to disappoint conservative Twitter, but I'm going to circle back on a number of things as we often do directly I think they should start mentioning the color of her hair. I think that would get two or even more. Oh, how we I don't think that's necessary. But you know what? I do that unnatural. Is that a natural color? Do you often see that color in in nature, But how? You know what I think is telling now is when people because Jim Acosta this too. They used to make fun of him and say, Dear diary, dr dot and he would dm people who would write it and he would be so mad that they were writing Dear Diary, and then people said, Oh, he's following this, and it's getting under his skin and then what people do They tweeted more. It's like you can't let people know what aggravates you. You're just feeding the beast exactly Exact. That was a nice interview you had with the guy who wrote the story about John Weaver. I mean, there's a there's another great story. I mean again. How could The New York Times write a giant story on the front page and not mentioned that these guys were doing Biden's work? Well, like Biden would like Biden had nothing to do with this, but but how we don't you think too about the Lincoln Project, and I said this a little bit earlier, but it's not just that people knew about it. It's kind of like the Harvey Weinstein that people were trying to kill the story. For John Weaver. People were going out of their way to make sure this didn't you know, see the light of day? That's what drives me crazy. I love this. The Atlantic and again great should not old enough to remember this. But the Atlantic was one of the most respected journals in magazines, and it was based in Boston, right on Beacon Hill running definitely not old enough to remember that. About Trump. And you know this respecting the ward that of World War one hears this thing from last year, Rove spread a rumor Karl Rove that Weaver had made a pass at a young man in the state Republican function. Weaver won't reply to the Samir Do we really think it was a smear now? Atlantic? Are they going to run a correction and say correction? I guess it wasn't a smear Well, Howie Eyesight, So I said this earlier. I said, You know, I'm not really into bedding, but I would put my money on the idea here that may Maybe Karl Rove was onto something just based off some of the evidence. I mean, Ryan grew dusky said. We're looking at 100 people. Right 100, which probably means more than 101, 100 people. I know that's insane. Guys. Don't miss Howie Carr Show He's coming up. Next. I'll be doing hate mail Monday in my new segment, and also a weather report from fifth. Buffington and Lord Do we need it? It's about to start snowing. This is Grace.
"karl rove" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"You will see This story That is just huge Tonight. People are very excited about it. China rules out Anal Swab Corona Virus test, saying it's more accurate than the throat method I'm all in, and I'm hoping they expand this and make these super centers for just this procedure so that we could have more safe, more compact. Convenient and lesson month, much less invasive testing. Um Hmm. And again thanks to my friend Anthony, White police officer with and Vice President Ford with police off SOC ATION So thank you for sharing that story that breaking news with the crisscross show tonight. Finally we went to that one. Okay? Um, the Bidens first week was a race to the left, says Karl Rove, and he's right and obviously but here let's just kind of go through this a little bit, and then I'll opine Seymour. Um Too many discrepancies. Between declared intentions and subsequent actions, and that's exactly what's going on with Biden. And it's not because he doesn't know what he's doing this because he does know what he's doing. That's how we got the office. That's how he Um, and he got the office by hiding this basement. Yes, He gets mad now when he gets as serious questions because he's not used to it, and he is getting old and senile. That kind of stuff, but There's too many discrepancies between his declared intentions and the subsequent actions because that's exactly what he knew he would do. Haydn frequently calls for bipartisanship. But that's not what he's doing. I've told you that on covert 19 stimulus president did nothing of the sort. Instead, he laid out his initiative. He didn't consult. Republicans. He didn't even chat with them. Talk to them. He just He didn't He knew that there were things in there that were unacceptable the GOP lawmakers and he still pushed it through because he doesn't want to work with Republicans. He just keeps saying it there so more advanced now. And we understand they know Like he said. He said, You know, it's like Joseph Gerbils with the Nazis. You just keep saying it over and over again, and it works and he was wrong about Holden Cruise, but he's right about himself and the Democrats. How they work. He just keeps saying is bipartisan. He's reaching out and he's not. But that's okay because keeps saying is Well, No, he's not. While choosing not to immigration. Heavy path on citizenship for illegals. And it appears even the illegals. Many of them Rove rights could become citizens before some standing in line legally today. Yes, illegals come before legals in line. Also very Levin. Border security. For example, Homeland Security has a directive on removal policies. Listen this because this is worse than you think it is already there was okay. Southwest border. With the executive order, which makes him like a dictator, in his own words that, he said three months ago Homeland Security's directive on removal policies the Southwest border. Must surge resource is to the border in order to ensure safe, legal and orderly processing of illegal crossers, literally. There's there were surging people there to help the illegals come over the border and be greeted and and be allowed in gently. That's a stab, um Not the government stuff because we don't have the rapists or murderers or Sarah Coyotes. It. Therefore, Rove rights orders an immediate 100 a pause on removals. No wonder a federal judge immediately blocked it. And that's that was a trump appointee. Judges. I told you yesterday and are our attorney general compacts and who I do have a lot of issues with was awesome on what he did with that. Road continues Biden's commerce and yes, I just took a sip Itty, Biden's commerce secretary nominee Um, the former governor of Rhode Island. She refused to pledge that while way The Chinese state backed wireless provider will remain on the department's list of companies banned from the U. S. As a security threat. She will not say that's going to continue. Which Rove says is welcome news in Beijing. Much of the price for buying focuses on how he's different from his predecessor, Warden Warren Harding's normalcy has its appeal. But it looks increasingly as if the new president offers soothing words about bipartisanship and then delivers policy prescriptions favored by the left. That's what he's doing, and that's a choice. That's a strategy, guys. He's not as stupid as you are saying he's not stupid. He knows what he's doing. He's doing what the far left wants. But he's doing it by stealth. Because you look come on, man. You know me Mater. I reached out to work across the aisle. He hasn't He doesn't and he won't He knows that because this is his second term, he's only running for one, so it's like a second term for president. Right? Now. He's off to a soggy start road rights with too many discrepancies between declared intentions. And subsequent actions. Biden frequently calls for bipartisanship. It doesn't I'm covert 19 stimulus. He did nothing of the sort I had mentioned. He already said. I kind of messed up in that reading one from earlier, Okay, so that's one thing. Here's something else. He wouldn't answer the question about whether or not he would pack the courts. And we knew that meant city would so now he's doing what he's what he's doing in strategy overall, which is pretending to hear the other side of the work with the other side, well, shoving it through. He's going to mark my words now. And I said this before, but I'm saying to get now a new fresh to use his work. He's going to pack the court. He's going to pack the court. He's at least going to try to force the court of Impact will happen. I don't know, but he's going to try to. He's going to pack the court if you can. And that's why he quietly launched a commission. Today on reforming the Supreme Court, reforming the Supreme Court. 11 branch of the United States government. Just launched a commission on how to reform another equal branch of the government. This would be like the Supreme Court..
"karl rove" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Book Redefining Anxiety and we're inviting your calls here told Free and nationwide a triple 882552 to 5 as we talk about your life and talk about your money, Triple 88 to 5. Five. 2 to 5. So, um, John posted on Instagram, uh, dared to do this. That, uh, that people should be nice to each other. And you did that. On the day of the inauguration. People should be nice to each other. And apparently, it's not okay to say you should be nice to each other. So just for everyone, listening eyes, the most hate mail he's ever gotten, so I'm really been messing with him all day. So just a conservative said You're a liberal and all the liberals said, Well, where have you been to protect our Rights all along. That's right. So you just screwed up. But you screwed everybody. You asking them to be nice, you word. Oh, I know Don't usually you word. And so I don't watch the news just as a general principle because I care about my mental and social and physical and spiritual help, So I stay away from that. And I communicate with which you know, he was credited. Evidently does so I'm walking through the office and I see the end of the inauguration. I stick my head and say, Oh, yeah, that was today. Like a terrible citizen. I get that and then I see Karl Rove come out and say I'm just going to say it. It was a good speech, and I thought, well, America's over right and then I thought, Karl Rove says. It's a good speech. Biden has a good speech. The second coming of Jesus is about honesty. It's freezing over or yeah, world coming to gets gonna, We're gonna come together and they you know me. I was think everyone's gonna come together at the end. Hoo boy! So I have I'm leaving the office after my show yesterday and I posted. Hey, it's not everybody come together. We're gonna be unified. We're gonna say I'm sorry. We're gonna ask one more question. Like I don't know what you mean by that could help me. They don't you were asking people be nice and that Z illegal. Just be kind. I'm surprised that Facebook hasn't completely thrown you off because that's kind of asking people to be nice is hate speech. John Haven't done read message from Zuckerberg. He emailed me last night. I'll open it. When I get the courage to do we just stop. Just stop. People would rather Have a terrible day, then say. Meantime, what you mean by that people would rather have a bad marriage for the parking. The hilarious thing is is that you're so politically naive that you have no idea that you just walked down the alley asking to get hit by both sides. I told somebody because it's like a gauntlet. You walked into her e mail, and I said he was so funny. I just walked through my girlfriend's front yard and stepped in dog poo and tracked it all over her parent's house without even realizing that's what I did. I had no idea Hey, get this day. The first person who wrote me said something along the lines off. Oh, I see what's going on in China and conspiracy and I wrote back and that No, you didn't. I answered it. You've got to stop, Dave. I wrote. I wrote. Ha ha ha! Awesome. I thought they were messing with me, eh? Here's the thing they were super dot They're They're really mentally ill. They were not messing with me. The Unibomber just sent you a message on Instacart. Man. Listen, listen. Hey, The good news is is that mental illness is everywhere. And so you got a big job You got almost as big a job as I do. Getting people out of debt, and Jenny Craig does with the three of us are gonna be employed eternally employable forever, And if I'll just shut my mouth, The change will just deposit themselves Be nice. Be nice. Let's be let's be willing to listen to other people's ideas. Oh, God, You're a liberal doesn't know I didn't. I had to go on instagram to find out. John was a liberal. I had no idea..
"karl rove" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"It's crazy time. Stick with us and you'll get the truth. Let's go to Robin, New Jersey Lane to welcome rub. Mr Gorka. I actually have a jersey number when I'm in Hawaii, so Oh, my God. All right? Yes. Okay, well, that's even better Welcome from Hawaii. Thank you. I love your show. But question and I, You know, I'm not a big news follower. I listen, you guys on the radio while I'm you know, I have my small business, but I keep hearing and I keep saying that the information that Rudy Giuliani is presenting and I watched, you know him presented you Georgia, Wisconsin state level But I keep hearing that they based on what you know you have a clip from Karl Rove. Karl Rove said that that was all repudiated. That wasn't true. So then Mr Giuliani actually get the opportunities in the court to present the information and what you shot down. That's my biggest question. And then number two. Why aren't we having Investigations. I was the only create investigations on Capitol Hill about everything. Why aren't they investigating any of them? That number one fabulous question, Except for a handful of cases, the majority off the suits that Rudy and Jenna and John Victoria board never ever made it to the floor of a court. They the idea that the evidence was repudiated is a lie. It is a propaganda statement, the majority of courts sadly. Refused to even hear the evidence. Why did they do that? It's very easy. Who was it was? I think Andy McCarthy who said it on the show. Maybe it was mediate. You do understand that judges are just bureaucrats with robes. Some idea that you know this idea that the magical independent, unbiased arbiters of the truth is not true. That just bureaucrats with a lifetime term in case of the Supreme Court, so they're just afraid they're just cowards. Why isn't any of this being investigated? On Capitol Hill. Well, it is I mean, some of it was, you know, the lies has been have been investigating when it comes to Russia collusion, But when it comes to the election, I remember Remember the time crunch rub. The election was a few weeks ago. Less than three months ago. And who controls the house. It's not the Conservatives. It's Nancy Pelosi. So the idea that anything meaningful was going to be investigated? What did we get? There was a meaningful In the last four years, except Lindsey Graham saying You know, I'm gonna send some subpoenas. Honestly, No, I will. Trust me. I will send.
"karl rove" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Defense. There is a strong likelihood that more than 17 Republicans will, because essentially, that argument is this was justified. The attack on the capital in the attempt to to end the congressional hearing on certifying the election was justified because all these charges are true, and frankly, they aren't they have given been given every opportunity to prove him in a court of law, and it failed to do so. So I think it really boils down to what's the defense that the president is gonna He's gonna make it If it's Rudy Giuliani's defense, I think there's a raises the likelihood of more than 17. Republicans voting for conviction. That's the problem with our side. Karl Rove that little clip of Karl Rove on Fox News Sunday. Is an encapsulation. I mean, what was that 36 seconds. That is everything you need to know about the swamp on the right. Hey, Karl Rove. Rudy Giuliani. Did not. And nobody on the president's team has said that the violence on Capitol Hill was justified by election fraud. You lying hack Oh, she's so angry. So angry. And secondly, The idea. But you are Providing a scenario In which the president would be convicted in the Senate. Is more view wishful thinking than anything else. Hate Showing clips of people like that except to illustrate a point. Karl Rove. You made it by lying about your fellow Americans. You any relevance as a deputy chief of staff under the Bush administration, and today you're actually An impediment. The conservative movement reforming itself. And you have no idea why we elected..
"karl rove" Discussed on KTRH
"A brief update. Use radio 7 40. No better than anybody. Ktrh. Uhh! Uhh! Political science Professor Jackie Valley will join us here in just a couple minutes before we do that, though. You know, we're going to talk a little impeachment. Karl Rove. Who has given up his White board, evidently. Whiteboards just for elections. Is giving up. His White board was on Fox yesterday explaining Don't we all understand what impeachment is by now we've been through it so many times. You would think so. Anyway. He was there explaining impeachment. And what he thinks Joe Biden should do about all this. Well, the House will take it up because the house can and they will pass it quickly because Nancy Pelosi has announced he's got the votes, but they sent it by unanimous consent. Every member agreed that they're not coming back into session until January, 19th, which means that if they attempt to come back into session, all it requires is one member to say I object and they cannot come back into session. So they've already agreed. We're gonna appear back here on January, 19th. Assume that the house passes its business, then has to be delivered to the Senate, and they will be physically unable to begin a hearing in the committee or vote actually hearing on the floor. And do the trial that they're supposed to do until after President Trump is no longer president. I agree with the Wall Street Journal editorial that said, one of the things that Joe Biden could do to both heal the country and advance his own interests in the short run. Is to is to call it into this. Do you think he can, even if you wanted to? I don't either. Cause I don't think he's in charge of anything. At this point, you know, he's the placeholder six twenties, their time, time for traffic.
"karl rove" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Then we change the world. Yeah, I think I'm gonna shoot way. Take Georgia and then we change America America. Nobody can serve God on the military. Welcome back America to you. What? Those air the clips. I had played the most for the past two months. David and Drucker and David I've got a new affiliate in Albany. So I had to tell them about you. Longtime political reporter for the Washington Examiner. Longtime friend of the show sartorial expertise. Well, David, would you agree with me? There's not much point in spinning if you're Karl Rove yesterday. I mean, your donors are all in the campaign is all there's not much point in spending. If you're Rove yesterday, is there No. Look, I mean, I think this you know, it was always gonna be a hard fought race It was going to be about Whether both sides could motivate a robust turnout. And then you know what's gonna happen in a state that is a legitimate purple swing state, But where Republicans, especially looking down ballot. I always thought any runoff scenario should have a slight edge, but it was about Party not being sort of divided amongst itself. Believing that it was worth showing up, having motivation to show up. Given that it's happening after a presidential election normally when we have these scenarios Party. The wins the White House doesn't do quite as well in the runoff. But in this case, we have a lot of voters that did not vote on November 3rd voting in the contest, and so it's just become this all out. Sort of war of attrition. And they're you know, we're just gonna have to see Where it comes out. I still contend it would be very unlikely for Republicans to lose both of these races and then the Democrats don't want control of the Senate. Much. They went both races. Now. The reason I brought up robe is in Punch Bowl A M. This morning, the new newsletter and news Service by Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer. They report the Georgia Battleground fund has been the centerpiece of Republicans effort to keep those two seats. Red. Reelect Purdue and send left lower back. Karl Rove was the group's finance chairman, held a private conference call for bundlers yesterday, so it's not he's not trying to spend. He announced they'd raised 58 million for the party's efforts to boost left learned Purdue. He also played prognosticator and said that the models show with one million or more George and turn out the vote. Today, Republicans will win they expect to get at least 62% of the Election day turnout. Right now, Rove said. Republicans expect to win both races. That by the way is consistent when I heard yesterday from people who know the NRSC team pretty well, I know Dem Zehr trying to spend a little bit on Oh, the early vote helps us but I'm I'm feeling pretty good this morning, David. Look, I don't think you have a reason. Tol Ophelia of good. I've just been very cautious and how I'm approach all of these contests this cycle then, as we have seen Some of them have been extremely close. I think in particular with Senator Purdue I felt pretty confident. He should be in a position to win because he won the first round and, in fact did better in the state van did President Trump He won by about two points. He just fell short of 50%. Obviously, the president fell short by a lot left by much less than that. And so all things being equal. He should be in a position to pull it out. I think the left will warn operates is a little bit more uncertain in my mind only because I think war not despite all of his Troublesome statements and the deep dive into his background that didn't occur in round one is a more dynamic candidate on guy Think Lefler is not as good of a candidate, as is David Perdue. And so you know that plus all of the infighting in Georgia between President the governor, president, secretary of state There's just some wild cards in there. And if we've learned everything anything over the past couple of years is that on the one hand wild cards don't always mean massive. Surprises but sometimes actually do. Let me play something that the president said last night cut number 13. Tomorrow. Each of you is going to vote in one of the most important run off elections in the history of our country Woman, Frankly, forget about run off one of the most important elections. Really. It's really not run off its elections because it's a big our country's depending on you. The whole world is watching the people of Georgia tomorrow on you got a swamp because everything so crooked around I mean not Not here. There was sex. Always complaining about judges Don't know. I'm complaining.
Biden team should get access to intelligence briefings
"Republican senators have congratulated Biden on his win at least six more GOP senators Josh Holly of Missouri, John Thune of South Dakota, Chuck Grassley of Iowa, Rob Portman of Ohio, James Lankford of Oklahoma and Mike rounds of South Dakota or saying that Biden should at least be receiving intelligence briefings even if Trump won't order his appointed head of the General Services Administration. To officially recognized Biden as the president elect here is sent it around to South Dakota. Look, one of these two men will be the president, United States after the election results have come in. And I think at this point, just as a matter of Protecting our nation's interests. I do think that both the president and his and his competition here, the vice President Biden should have access to those classified reports. Conservative British TV host Piers Morgan on Friday afternoon urged Trump to concede on Twitter GOP strategist Karl Rove said Thursday that Trump's lawsuits won't change the election results. Cindy McCain also told CNN today her deceased husband, former Senator John McCain, would have wanted Biden recognized as president elect You Beecher, he would be telling these people it is time that we that we move on. It's time we heal. It's China. We support our president elect and also encourage the G s A to release the funds so that the heat and get on with his transition team. Cindy McCain is an adviser to President elect job. His transition team. Trump's press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany, and White House Trade advisor Peter Navarro. Both gave interviews on Fox business doubling down on the idea. Trump is preparing for a second term. This came as major news outlets today formally called the State of Georgia. For Biden and North Carolina. For Trump Theologian. Toral Vote count is now 306 for Biden and 232 for Trump
Republican resistance to Biden victory starts to crack
"Or publicly coming out to urge the president to accept the election. Results of 2020 Karl Rove took out an outfit in the Wall Street Journal to say Trump can't win and should concede John Bolton with a similar piece in the Washington Post, accusing the president of trashing The U. S electoral system. Republican Senator James Lankford He's from Oklahoma says he will intervene by tomorrow if the Trump administration does not give Joe Biden access to presidential daily intelligence briefings, calling this a matter of national security. It's also one of the first rights given to a president elect after winning. 1 38. We'll have that
Senate Republicans push for announcement of Supreme Court nominee
"Trump and Joe Biden on the stakes of appointing a new justice to the Supreme Court in the final days before the election, and it's time now for our Sunday group GOP strategist Karl Rove. Fox Fox News at night anchor Shannon Brain who covers the Supreme Court for US, and Noel Athe of Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public Service. Panel. I've done some reporting on this, and here's what I have been hearing from a source a top source close to the process. Republican senators and White House officials are pressing the president to announce His nominee before the first debate next week. Ah, consensus seems to be developing in the Senate toe hold confirmation hearings confirmation hearings before the election, but delay a final vote till a lame duck session after November 3rd. To protect vulnerable Republicans who are up for re election. As for the nominee, the early focused on the White House not settled yet. But the early focuses on two federal appeals court judges any Cockney Barrett of Indiana and Barbara Lagoa of Florida, Carl What is your sense? I'm sure you're talking to people at the White House and in the Republican majority in the Senate. What's your sense of where this is at it? Well, I think you outlined it. I think the president is prepared to make a quick nomination. I suspect that the Senate is ready Assumes the FBI does its background check one of the things about doing both of doing either. One of these two appellate judges is that they were confirmed by the by the Senate in recent years, so the FBI background check will only need to be sort of an update, not a complete new deep dive. So The process is on its way. I suspect in a rather rapid fashion. Do you think the confirmation hearing happens before the election, But the actual vote happens after they hold that for the lame duck. I wouldn't be surprised to see the committee hold hearings and maybe even vote before the election. But I don't expect that with just over 42 days, 44 days. I guess it is that that it will be possible. Teo bring this all the way to the floor before the election.