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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"On Monday from the Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield Harry Chandler who has a black belt in judo over power to deputy as he was being released from the hospital and is said to be still on the run Berkshire county sheriff Thomas Boller says Thor he's been talking to family and friends hoping that's what we're dealing with the family we've got the word out to many of his associates to hopefully turn himself in so we can have a peaceful resolution at the time of his escape Chandler was said to be wearing only an orange pair of pants he's described as having a violent past with eight open cases in Berkshire county the search centered around Pittsfield and Dalton WGY morning news time is five thirty three Twitter debuts new rules to curb hate speech targeting religious groups boxes Kristen good one Twitter updating its rules against hateful conduct to include a ban on de humanizing language aimed at religious groups the company already prohibits direct threats on the basis of race ethnicity religious affiliation and other characteristics going forward tweets referring to a specific religion using words like rats viruses or filthy animals will be forbidden on the platform Twitter's CD team saying in a blog post our primary focus is on addressing the risks of offline harm and research shows that dehumanizing language increases that risk krystin Goodwin fox news let the same time a New York politician is suing democratic congresswoman Alexandria Kazuyo Cortez for blocking him from Twitter former democratic assemblyman Dov Hikind says Kazuyo Cortez blocked in because his critics of her policies have been to stinging will be raining confetti in New York City today in honor of the U. S. women's national soccer team as they did four years ago the World Cup champions will travel through the canyon of heroes along Broadway U. S. defeated the Netherlands tutor nothing on Sunday to win its fourth overall World Cup championship the American League defeated the National League for three ninety eighth Major League Baseball all star game in Cleveland Joey Gallo homered for the American League which build a four one lead and hung on for its seven straight all star victory Indians pitcher Shane beaver struck out the side the fifth was named the game's Most Valuable Player of the win went to the Yankees Masahiro Tanaka WG one morning news time coming up on five thirty five our next update at six summary jeopardy now chucking Callie on newsradio eight ten one of three one W. G. wine cattle regions breaking news traffic and weather station.

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dot com and of course our WTVM Facebook are W. C. B. M. Twitter first headline actually local you what you're all too familiar with what goes on in Annapolis what yesterday many of the laws became official and one of them well actually not one of the most sad day out of the legislature for Maryland were for taxpayers for parents for students especially in the rule of law legislation became law yesterday that allows scholarships that were supposed to go to Maryland children Maryland college students well they will now be given to illegal aliens I discuss this during the General Assembly you know you're all you know the the senatorial and they'll get scholarships that you're allowed to a war yes they can now be given to students in the state illegally thanks to the General Assembly of course I voted against that but a shameful shameful piece of legislation that is now officially law speaking of shameful Pat Alexander a Kazuyo Cortez right we have the video at our website and Facebook she claimed that the border patrol agents at the camp Mike or can't write was actually they were forcing women she claims to drink out of toilets meanwhile so they were doing this in front of the Congress woman she's a transaction she's clearly Allah has lost that she also went on to say that she felt threatened by the border patrol workers as well just amazing and then the Chattanooga another story here pastor who visited the detention centers amid the border crisis said that not one child was in care for so who's lying there who's telling the truth for some reason I do not trust a Kaiser Cortez when there's video also at our website that shows she's walking around with media just fine no danger whatsoever so check out those stories and one more here the president and they are and say this is amazing raise a staggering one hundred and five million dollars in the second quarter of two thousand and nineteen so all these stories check us out NATO one question for you on those scholarships these legislative scholarships are you required is it mandated that you must give a certain amount to illegals as far as I am no that's not the case is not mandated but you didn't you would be a bad guy well yeah you can imagine some of the the Democrats are will I mean they may as well just put it this way if they go to any student that's here illegally that is taxpayer money out of the repair or your child's listeners child the money was meant this is direct taxpayer dollars being funneled into those were not supposed to I guarantee you this on paper next year we'll do a article listing those who did not has a nine eight members spending your district that will get you relax well that's true it's just amazing that this one on amazing that they decided to put them in front of your children it's it's it became law yesterday and it will be interesting to see how they shake out you know as you know there's only a certain amount of money available exactly number one and there's also only a certain amount of slots available so every time an illegal immigrant takes a slight perhaps an American veteran can't get that slow and they will they expanded the in state tuition as well but this art which I'm no fan of but this is an even more direct assault on taxpayer dollars when this is actually taking the money that opposed to somebody paying a lot less I mean they're a little bit different here in this one I really couldn't believe when I sat there and the committee that this was brought up and then I guess since it was brought up I shouldn't be surprised that it passed and I ask you this question that it passed by a lot no it wasn't it wasn't on the floor of the house yeah it was it breeze through the floor of the house to the governor signed not sure I I didn't I just became loss I don't know I don't think he cited about eight yeah I could become law without his signature yeah yeah I don't think he signed it well let's hope not anyway thank you for that information I can Pat okay okay want to get back to that comment by teddy because the.

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"My dictionary. Right. Okay. And my dictionaries very large print. I can read now. Okay. All right. I'm very concerned about the fact that this bad is just two hundred eighty to be president of the United States. All right. Okay. Well, thank you very much Wilford. I what's your policy on catheters back item. Built. No, thank you so much for calling Wilfred from Sun City whilst that was that's an interesting phone call. They're they're gonna have to deal with older voters. I mean that is that is a situation. It's all fun and games when you're talking to Alexandria, Kazuyo Cortez and most of your voters are fourteen years old and can't vote. So now they're saying that because before they wouldn't say that they were capitalist. And they were all coming out and saying, I'm socialists. Yeah. There was that thing they were doing that for a while or at least denying denying. No, no, you just like this thing. Go are you a social circuses? Well, look, I think capitalism there's a lot of problems with it. And we need to make sure we're solving these problems and moving towards solutions. I don't think these labels mean anything to people. You know? I do think the label means something, and I think that means that you just running for your life. Exactly running for your life. They're pandering. Right. And they're not pandering to people are like, well, they're pandering to left they wanna show the left of their friendly to socialism. It's the opposite. They're pandering to the middle. They're saying if I say, I'm socialist, I'm going to lose a giant chunk of voters that are never going to vote for a socialist. So I better kind of come out in the middle because the same is also true. If you don't say that your socialist, you'll lose some of the Alexandria, Cossio Cortez people. But in the end there so far to the left whether they're not gonna come over and vote for Donald Trump. It's the people that Joe Biden was talking to yesterday, which is going to make the decision on who's the next president most likely people in Pennsylvania in Wisconsin in Michigan who are friendly enough to Donald Trump's policies that they supported him last time, but friendly enough to Barack Obama's policies that they support them the two times before that all they need to do is turn a decent amount. I mean, the the numbers about forty thousand spread over three states forty thousand people who switched from Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump if they had done the opposite and voted the other way, Hillary Clinton is your president. So that's how close it is here. And if that were to occur with Joe Biden president can you get forty thousand people in those three three states to switch. I think there's a good chance of it. At least. That's that's the on paper argument for Joe Biden. Now, if he's out there slurring words and falling asleep in the middle of speeches. It's not gonna work that's going to be a problem. You know, Donald Trump is able to Donald Trump has been Donald Trump for as long as we can remember him in nineteen ninety-five. He do an interview and sound just like he does today. I mean, the policies might be a little bit different. There's some differences there maybe talking about something else. But the bottom line is he he he he feels like the same person. It feels like you're getting that transition from Joe Biden, the vice president to Joe Biden, the guy who's struggling to get through speeches. That's going to be significant and every single they're all go on TV today and deny it, but every single democratic strategists understands that they're going to go. It is a it's an optics thing. If people start to feel that he appears old they will start to punish him. Him when with their votes, and we're Trump hasn't had that issue..

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on KTOK

"Of the words. He saying my diction, right? Okay. And my dictionaries very large print. I can read now. Okay. All right. I'm very concerned about the fact that this man is our just to outerly to be president of the United States. Okay. Well, thank you very much Wilford. What's your policy on catheters back item? Built. No, thank you. So much for calling Wilfred from Sun City whilst that was that's an interesting phone call. They're they're gonna have to deal with older voters that is that is a situation. It's all fun and games when you're talking to Alexandria, Kazuyo Cortez and most of your voters are fourteen years old and can't vote. So now they're saying that because before they wouldn't say that they were capitalist. And they were all coming out and saying, I'm socialists. Yeah. There was that thing they were doing that for a while or at least denying denying. No, no, no. You just like this thing. Are you a social ser- Cabos? Well, look, I think capitalism there's a lot of problems with it. And we need to make sure we're solving these problems and moving towards solutions. I don't think these labels mean anything to people. You know? I do think the label means something, and I think that means that you're just running for your life. Exactly running for your life. They're pandering pandering to people are like, well, they're pandering to left they wanna show the left. They're friendly to socialism. It's the opposite. They're pandering to the middle. They're saying if I say, I'm social. A-list I'm going to lose a giant chunk voters that are never going to vote for socialist. So I better kind of come out in the middle because the same is also true. If you don't say that your socialist, you'll lose some of the Alexandria, Cossio Cortez people. But in the end there so far to the left where they're not gonna come over and vote for Donald Trump. It's the people that Joe Biden was talking to yesterday, which is going to make the decision on who's the next president most likely people in Pennsylvania in Wisconsin in Michigan who are friendly enough to Donald Trump's policies that they supported him last time, but friendly enough to Barack Obama's policies that they support them the two times before that all they need to do is turn a decent amount. I mean, the the numbers about forty thousand spread over three states forty thousand people who switched from Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump if they had done the opposite and voted the other way, Hillary Clinton is your president. So that's how close it is here. And if that were to occur with Joe Biden. President. Can you get forty thousand people in those three three states to switch? I think there's a good chance of it. At least. That's that's the on paper argument for Joe Biden. Now, if he's out there slurring words and falling asleep in the middle of speeches. It's not gonna work that's going to be a problem. You know, Donald Trump is able to Donald Trump has been Donald Trump for as long as we can remember him in nineteen ninety-five he'd do an interview and sound just like he does today. I mean, the policies might be a little bit different. There's some differences there may maybe talking about something else. But the bottom line is he he he he feels like the same person. Is it feels like you're getting that transition from Joe Biden, the vice president to Joe Biden, the guy who's struggling to get through speeches? That's going to be significant and every single they're all go on TV today tonight. But every single democratic strategists understands that they're going to go, I it it is a it's an optics thing. If people start to feel that he appears old they will start to punish him when with their votes, and we're Trump. Hasn't had that issue. You know, I think.

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Tonight congresswoman, Alexandra Kazuyo Cortez talking about her controversial green new deal. It came out today plan for solving climate change and inequality that even some within her own party or having a lot of trouble Wapping their heads around. So Neil Marquez took a look. I am so incredibly excited that we are going to transition this country into the future the transition Alexandria cost. You a Cortez is talking about is her first piece of legislation a nonbinding resolution the green new deal that goes beyond climate change way. Beyond today is the day that we truly embarked on a comprehensive agenda of economic social and racial Justice in the United States of America. That's right surrounded by house and Senate veterans, the freshman democrat from New York took center stage. So do you want me you, please? The same resolution being introduced in the Senate by Ed Markey from Massachusetts elected to congress thirteen years before Cossio Cortez was born we now have the troops. We now have the money. We're ready to fight the resolution just fourteen pages. Long by some estimates could cost trillions calls for a revolution. In the way. We live. Viewing climate change as an existential threat to the entire world. Fire drought rising sea levels, increasingly violent storms famine and mass migrations is what we face they warn if radical change isn't embraced now where here to say that small incremental policy solutions are not enough. The green new deal calls for a ten year. National mobilization the goal in one short decade to bring greenhouse gas emissions to zero meet one hundred percent of energy needs by renewable sources overhaul transportation systems create millions of high paying jobs bring.

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Rob ably. Welcome back. You are the vice president for communications at heritage the editor in chief of the superb daily signal. Follow him at Robert Bluey, B L U E Y on Twitter. I'd like you to listen with our listeners to a Cup from CNN last night off the state of the union from none other than John king. Cut twelve then the president I'd states at this moment in the world did not mention climate change in even a sentence is just frankly. Is it as grace rob Louis that he didn't mention climate change or all of the threats that are perhaps more important that he did talk to us about. Well, I think the threats he talked about were certainly more important. But that's that's certainly my personal perspective. You're hearing not only this from the media, which is probably not surprising. But also people like Bernie Sanders who who are criticizing the president for not talking about climate change. I mean, you have to remember their obsession a fanatical obsession among the media and the left when it comes to this issue. So the fact that the president didn't mention it is annoying them to all you know, beyond the pale. I mean, they can't take it. They they just can't believe it because it's like a religion to them. And so, you know, this is the classic thing that Trump will do and I just an easy today. Because he's he's he's neglected their their signature issue. This is a great point the the great author Michael Crichton who. In fact, not just the north of but an MD and the surgeon he gave a commencement speech shortly before he passed in which he talked about for the secular left environmentalism is their religion the human spirit craves the transcendental. And when you did ni- God you have to find him somewhere else and for them. It's guy Robert Bluey. What are you more worried about in terms of threats to the nation of the president mentioned last night? Well, I think one of the biggest threats is is right here in our own homeland. I mean, we we heard the president lay out in very clear terms that threats that we face from people crossing our border. I mean, there are not only it's not always that humanitarian crisis where the people who are are making that trek north, but the the the drugs, and and and the other gang violence that our communities are are suffering from me is in many cases tied back to those individuals. So there is a threat right here in our homeland. And then of course, there are a number of a number of factors overseas. But I thank you. And I've talked about in the past the bastion where we're confronting challenges North Korea. You know, obviously, we're making what appears to be some progress with the president personally putting a lot on the line at stake. But, but obviously, you know, still to be determined in terms of what what automatically comes of this latest summit. So a number of things that the president outlined. I mean, the the state of the union is always an opportunity to focus Americans on those foreign threats. And it's it's something that you don't often hear about in our day to day. Lives because we're not necessarily always thinking about those things that are happening at the international stage. And in the last minute, we have with you, should we be worried about socialism. Or is that just a bugaboo? Well, I think we should certainly be worried about and I wanna thank you for the PC rose to the daily signal this week. It was tremendous. And I highly popular by the way, because I think that the argument that you made that we need to talk about the American dream in a way that connects with people, I think young people today are so infatuated with the with identity politics people like Alexandria, Kazuyo Cortez that they they've lost. They've lost sight of what's great about America and the freedom that we have and socialism what strip that all the way you heard it here from Robert Bluey vice president for communications at the Heritage Foundation. Another amazing organization that if you have the capacity you should support because they've been fighting for the founding principles of the Republic. For decades and under the new leadership of Kate, James. They are going to be even more important. Thank you for. Joining us follow Robert Bluey on Twitter. And also do what I do every morning check out the daily signal, which is the heritage foundation's Marquis publication now listeners, I have a challenge for you. Personally. Can you think of at least one thing that you no longer do that you wish you could do.

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"ID El paso's, News Radio six hundred eighty s Sam. So. I was thinking about this as you were talking about Mexico going down this passive path of socialism. And it's the same thing that happened in Venezuela where you start with these sort of high aspirations this utopia can be there. That's what's promised. And then when you get there and the process goes on there's new problems that pop up, and these problems are always blamed on someone else, and they come up with some little replacement way. Like, they're putting in all the oils and trucks. And when that happens, they'll come up with say, though, that's too corrupt and that we need to nationalize it. And it goes down this road until you get to complete collapse. What you're seeing in Venezuela. Socialism is essentially the fire festival. He's the documentaries came hours. So right. It's exactly the same thing. They started out. They set all these supermodels down to island in the Bahamas. Amazing. And they gave you the thirty second. Unbelievable promo that looks like the greatest event of all time. It's all frigging supermodels and the riding jet skis. And and they're eating, you know, glorious gourmet food, and this is going to be fantastic. So all these people get excited about it. The all jump on board the thing that everyone's talking about and in that process behind the scenes, they're coming up with huge problems. They're trying to fix them. They're they're redirecting everything they can't figure out a way to solve these problems. And they keep pushing it down the line until the people show up, and it's desolate into the complete destruction. Because they do what socialist do. And that is they come up with an idea that utopian, it's great. But they haven't thought of the infrastructure. They haven't thought how many planes can we even land on this island in a short period of time? You don't have the infrastructure to do that. How 'bout the bath? Room facilities. Yes, you can go and go to the bathroom right now. And it's fine. But if you have forty thousand people here do even have bathroom facilities how about electricity. So they didn't think of any of those things they were just promising. This utopia thinking we can pull it off. Don't worry. We'll pull it off figure it out all the way to the end to where people were still coming in. They were they were on their way. And everyone had said this is going to be a disaster, and they were still telling themselves. No, we're going to be like Woodstock that was a mess too. But we're going to do it this lime. It's different. Yeah. No, it's true. I mean, listen to what Alexandria Kazuyo Cortez says when they say hi gonna pay for all this will find a way that's the same thing that happened with the fire festival. They kept saying, well, we'll find a way. Yeah. There's these problems in this problem. But again, we'll get through this will find a way we could do it. We're looking for people they fired people over and over and over again because all the way along the people were saying, no, I'm an expert in this. It can't be done you have to cancel this. And they fired. And they said we're looking for people who do not just bring complaints figure out how to do it. And they're like we can't. Figure you're fired as we're going to do it. The these documentaries have been used in some ways as a critique on capitalism because we all these millennials are thrown all their money around and these guys were all, greedy. And they kept doing that is really the story of every socialist nation on earth. It starts with that utopian promise it degrades over time, and it ends in complete collapse. That is the story of every one of them. And it's the same story with the fire festival. They ran it like a socialist country. The right. They took out all the economists. Who said, you know, the socialized this and that won't work they just ignore. And find new economists who say that their plans will work, and that's exactly what the fire festival did as well. They kept bringing people new people in. They started trying to have to work twenty four hours a day to try to get these things done. Look people who did the five year plan over in China Mao he came up with a five year plan, the first economists stood up and said, it's not gonna work. They were executed then they went through it. And I don't know how many millions of people died the first year new economists came in and said, okay, we just want to let you know x. Number a million people have died this year. They were executed. Nobody said anything on year three or year four but going into year five said the same thing. Now, it millions have died. It doesn't work. Wow. This is how we should stop it. And we can change it. They were executed. It will work. It doesn't the math has to be done. And I'm sorry. But math is not racist. Math is universal..

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Radio. That gray is on leased. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three nine three. And Pat unleashed on Twitter where care Armstrong tweets concerning the. Unhinged response to those Covington Catholic, and by the way, they had to close her school today because of safety concerns good carry tweets leftists called boys who stood there just stood there smiling monsters, but don't you dare call an MS thirteen gang member an animal that's for sure. Help those kids parents sue every media outlet and Hollywood investigator or instigator, for slander and liable that lead to death threats to their kids from Bronco gerski mcgurk Madore sqi, it's amazing that because of tolerant loving leftist high school kids can't even go to school today because they smiled at a guy who was harassing them. And MC tweets we can't expect the left to care about the Covington kids, they have no regard for the sanctity of human life. They think of these kids is trash worthy of nothing more than a landfill. Yeah. The I firmly believe they don't care what happens to these kids. Otherwise, it wouldn't be exposing their locations giving out their addresses encouraging violence against them. All right. We were talking about Alexandria, Kazuyo Cortez's twelve years to the end of the world speech that she was giving. She also talked about wealth being immoral to moral how America's economic system. Well, let her explain it. What's immoral about it, listen to this? It's also a moral question. It is the policy translation of a proposed answer to what kind of society. Do we wanna live in? Are we comfortable with a society where someone can have a personal helipad while no this city is experiencing the highest rates of people experiencing homelessness since the great depression should those two things at the same time. And I think. So we're starting to your ten million dollar ten million dollar all of those to be close. Not a family. Right. Exactly. It's saying Where'd you off the line? Where do we draw the line? XL exit. You don't you don't draw the line what points to this question that king that Gandhi ass that is our material technology outpacing, our moral technology is our is our material sophistication outpacing our human sophistication. We allow things to just run by default. This is where we get we get to wear six people in the United States have more wealth than half the country, if not more and not and so I think that. Marginal tax rate. Some point we need to start incentivizing investment in actual people working people on the majority of people and that maybe just. Thank you. Dale ising? Maybe you too can be a billionaire more than millions of families combined in aspirated or.

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"An eight sixty eight AM the answer. Mike gallagher. We're living in very serious times. And I've warned you over and over again Alexandria. A Kazuyo Cortez is dangerous. Socialism is dangerous and this young former bartender is now going to be on the House Financial Services committee alongside chairwoman Maxine Waters. Let that sink in. Meanwhile, with this shutdown that continues, the president practically begging the Democrats to talk to him to negotiate to have they wouldn't even go to the White House yesterday. They they are so convinced by the polling, and by the way, the winds are blowing that they can they can make this just a a winner for them. Politically, forget the people who can't pay their bills. They don't care about the the government workers who are getting paid. They don't give a rat's rear end about them. If they did they'd say, well, yeah, we'll hold our nose. And we'll go to the White House and sit down with the guy and try to hammer out a deal. They didn't even go to the White House yesterday wouldn't even walk wouldn't even darkened the door because they don't want to negotiate. And now comes this incredible. News extraordinary news that a socialist. And I'm not name calling her. She's a self-described socialist is going to be serving on the on the influential House Financial Services committee. Let's start with bluish. Hey, bruce. Welcome aboard. How're you doing? I've been listening to you said she got in low of love. Thank you very much. Present means a lot to us very much. Just sums up the whole Democratic Party. They're putting socialist on average many Cayenne, and I'm just gonna listen to what you got. Say this is this is utterly nuts. All they've lost their minds. They've lost their minds. And and you know, Bruce, a lot of this enrolled along it was funny. And all here's a bartender, and oh, she's on with Stephen Colbert. And she funny. Oh, she's dancing. There's a debate about this is a socialist socialism is the antithesis of what it means to be an American. I'm not I'm sorry. I don't want to just go into ad hominem name calling here. But we ought to be afraid of what's happening right now. And we ought to recognize these Democrats have a head full of steam. They think they've they think they've got the wind at their back. They're wrong. But it won't stop them. Think about a socialist economic socialist on the House Financial Services committee, oversees, the housing industry and more importantly overseas, Wall Street overseas the banks overseas. Our economy socialism. You rolled your eyes at seventy percent tax rate. You make do you make three four five hundred thousand a year eight hundred thousand a year a million a year. Maybe you make five million ten million a year. You better. Hang on you better. Hang on Lou, you're on the Mike Gallagher show. How you doing Lou? Pretty good. Thanks for picking up. You bet. Led to join us. What do you think? My question my question. Well, it's a question. And it's what I've been thinking a long time for about. And years. It's how can a socialist run under a democratic ticket in an election. When I can't even vote across party lines in an election. It's a good question. I mean, maybe. Basic everything everything that's normal. Isn't I grew up learning about norms? There are there are there there isn't a norm anymore. There are no more rules. Nobody is calling anybody out. How can you be a socialist and run as a democrat their separate political parties? Right. It's a it's a separate ideology. It's a separate some actual. It's a good question. It's you kind of get into the weeds in terms of the history of socialism. Is it applies to the to the United States socialism in a place like Venezuela, socialism and other parts of the world? But you're right about the norms. And believe me, this doesn't have a thing to do with President Trump. You could hate him for his tweets and not like his style. And you call him abrasive, whatever. Whatever. I mean. They're still writing about the Clemson pizza party and the and the burger party. Now, the Washington Post did an analysis that was this morning, right? Latch, the Washington Post did an analysis of how. Much it cost him he paid for it. And how much food that really? Was there still obsessing about the president invited the Clemson Tigers into the White House? They're goofy. I mean, they're not. And it's insane. But what we can't laugh about it any this is serious. We've never should have laughed about it. I mean, the the idea that a socialist that it confirmed self-described socialist is going to be holding our economic future in her hands along with crazy, anti Maxine..

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Democratic half your gang. You're going to have to pay attention. Look at the camera. Turn turn to me here. Democrats got the house but in the state wide races. No signature win for Democrats. Whether it's Florida, Georgia, Texas. Can we go to savannah Guthrie chief she had just a little bit say to go ahead, really, prevail? Parts of the country. You know, his truck pointed out in a wave election that's nationalized on a referendum around say trop, Indiana goes democratic doesn't doesn't stay Republican. And so when you look at at an early hour on that on the house races. We know enough already to be able to tell that the notion of a blue sue NAMI crashing over Donald Trump's Washington does not look like at this hour that it's materializing. In fact, when you look at the remaining US Senate seats that are falling play chances are overwhelmingly likely that there will be pickups in the Senate, very briefly. It's also not only who's getting elected. It's a it's a it's who's not getting elected the next cut. Please. Election because Marsha Blackburn is the first Republican to be elected from Tennessee. He was not a moderate. Bob corker. Go all the way back. They elect moderate Republicans from Tennessee Lamar Alexander. She is a tape party elected house member very much at Donald Trump's maybe red wave on the Senate side at least. That exit polls showed it was. I just I just want to point out that anybody who says, and it is a horse apiece here. This is not a clear victory. But it is it is worth stating some hearts were broken some hearts were broken van. Jones was very very sad. Others were very very sad. How I don't wanna dance on their. Yes, I do but I'm not going to dance. About that. What I am going to say is I've never in my lifetime seen a media campaign for two solid years to discredit to call every name under the sun to smear to destroy to convince America that this is the worst thing that has ever happened to us. I've never seen this amount of money this amount of airtime to try to. Thwart anything? I've never. I mean. I don't think this kind of airtime and money was spent for any war that I have lived in. I don't think I've ever seen this ever. They weren't this lockstep to convince us that war was good. And we had to go fight. Our enemy never I didn't see it with the Soviet Union. They didn't spend this kind of time and money in my lifetime. Trying to convince us that the Soviet Union was evil. They put everything on the table. They left everything on the field. The Democrats and the media and Hollywood have left all of it on the field. And gosh darn it. They just came up short. Now. Here's the one thing. They're not going to do reflect. They are not going to reflect. I did. And I have some advice. I assume advice for the Democrats, but they will never listen. And in fact, they had Michael Moore on MSNBC. They are doubling down. Which is exactly what I expected them to do. I celebrate that. The worst thing they could do is double down the worst thing. They could do is say, oh, okay. Zioka Kazuyo Cortez. She's the new face of the democrat. That's the worst thing. They could do for them. It's the best thing that could happen to our constitutional Republic. They are going to double down. They are going to get worse. And they're trapped. They really are trapped. Nancy Pelosi came out immediately said we are not going to impeach. Well, nancy. How are you going to keep all of those that currently one to eat you? How are you going to keep those people on the left that you brought into the party that are so radical that all they want to do all they want his blood? That's all they want forty one percent of the people who voted last night. So I can pretty much guarantee. They're all Democrats forty one percent that went into the poll last night. They said they wanted to impeach Donald Trump forty one percent. How are you going to keep those people at bay? How are you? Not look like a traitor to the cause to those people. There is a war that is happening right now in the Democratic Party Nancy Pelosi probably will not allow impeachment to happen because it would be the worst thing. But I don't know she can keep that party together. It was a it was not an optimal night, keeping the house would have been fantastic. But both sides should have learned something. And here's the first thing the Republicans should do the Republican House has already passed one hundred bills. I don't even know what they all are. But some of them are probably pretty good. They've already passed them. They're just waiting for the Senate. The Senate should pick up those one hundred bills and they should pass them. Then congress should get together right now and put together another tax cut. You could pass it right now. Pass another tax.

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Soa guys who you call you call radio hin because they'll show up. Will they the Israel? Yeah, they have stood firm. Absolutely. There was somebody else to that went to Israel despite everybody yelling at them. Cure cure. Right. I don't think that's who I'm thinking of maybe, but I thought it was another rock group that that went there and said, no, we're going to go. We're going to go play there. And everybody was yelling and screaming about it and they did it anyway. The cancellations turned the weekend festival. Into the latest battleground between Israel and the boycott movement that says, it seeks to end Israeli rule over Palestinians campaign organizers claim success saying it reflects growing up -sition to the Israeli government policies among international millennials. The fact that these artists are canceling is showing just how different the younger generation is viewing Israel, if that's true, that's a real shame. It's a real shame. Because how do you go with the Palestinians and. Their support of terrorism and a terrorist organization that rules much of Palestine over Israel, a nation. We have much in common with the campaign was founded back in two thousand five calls for boycotts divest -ment and sanctions against Israel businesses, cultural institutions and universities. It's despicable, but it's working. I mean the right millennials. Look at Alexandria Kazuyo Cortez. She's an Israeli hater. She obviously called them occupiers. So all these little socialist leaning millennials are jumping on this Palestinian bandwagon, and it's it's it's really a shame. It's it's sad to see triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three and a patent leashed Americans love guns. It's part of who we are cut, it's enshrined in our constitution. But if you watched a video of an actual firefight, one thing is cleared. The fear, the chaos, the fog of a live fire situation can make hitting the target difficult for even the most seasoned professional. I was just watching one of these over the weekend. And there was an officer. Who started firing at somebody inside a car. He's standing just outside the car and they shot at him. I missed and so he shooting back them over and over over over a missing. I mean, it's so it's not enough just to buy a gun and assume that you're going to be ready for the real thing. Do what we do in practice frequently with I target pro this use, utilize your smartphone and their proprietary app, and it tracks a caliber specific laser which fits your firearm and will detect exactly where you're shots are landing. You just made me think of this. You do this in your garage. You could sit in your car, your handgun and set up the target on your phone on the other side of the garage, if you wanna practice like that, yes, or anywhere in your house. Yeah, because bullets are not going through your wall outside. You're, you're not going to exactly wherever you think you're probably.

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That's Martha mcsally Throwing shade at her. Opponent in, Arizona Kristen cinema all it's gonna, be a show Johnny GATS great to be, with, your Facebook. Tony cats radio that's where you find me. Martha mcsally congressman Taking out Kelli ward and happy to, see, it and. Taking out sheriff Joe Arpaio in that primary For the Senate. This is, the seat to replace Jeff flake different than what's going. To happen with the late Senator John McCain there'll be a replacement appointed by the governor, Doug Ducey and. From there we. Will see how things go and who. Runs the next time. Around but so far. So pretty, good that is what's going on in Arizona. You go to Florida, it's a whole different fascinating story Rhonda, Santa's? Who was endorsed by President Trump he is your Victor. But the Democrats that's the Republican side right so that's for the primary that's to run for governor the Democrats picked, guy by the name of Guillem Andrew gillum the mayor of Tallahassee who was endorsed by Bernie Sanders Yeah Florida Democrats picked to socialist Theron here is congressman to, Santa's but we have people who in Florida who have fled socialist countries like Cuba and, Venezuela they don't want that imported into. Florida we also people who flee from left wing policies in states like New York and, Connecticut and they don't want that imported into. Florida so I think we wanna keep. Florida. Great we want to keep it going in a good direction and going in the direction of an Kazuyo Cortez is just untenable and it will not happen in. Florida Might happen in Florida You could say, won't happen in Florida but but not to go off full nor McDonald's better Am I might have in. Florida what do you, say Mr. gallon, will accept his nomination,.

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"This is the Larry O'Connor show For me A moment that turned you it was when I heard about what was going on the southern border Not so fast again this man by the way as it should shouldn't CNN explain how they prove that somebody, on these panels is in fact a Trump voter, just because they say, I was a Trump. Voter and then. Suddenly. They come out and they say this is a monster this man's? A racist shouldn't they say okay so now can you? Show us some sort of paper trail. Here. How do we, know that you were. A Trump voter they kept reiterating over and over again Alison camaraderie kept saying these are Trump voters why even do this panel of Trump voters to find out? Whether they, regret their vote or not, when the statistics and the polls that these guys rely on I mean if the poll say something then. These guys stopped the presses and they go for an hour about what the polls are, telling them we'll Paul show the Republicans now support Donald Trump. At the level of ninety two percent which is the best, of any Republican president in modern history so why even go through the motions. Of doing this poll it's a non story except you get this guy I want to apologize to the nation for my vote for him it was the wrong thing to do it was the biggest. Mistake I, ever made like I said, he is a racist he's racist racist look what happened in Puerto Rico he said all they wanted just. Cry and you know they needed help just because they're not white skin he doesn't want, to go down there and help them out PJ glad Nick. Some good writing over it newsbusters uncovered a lot about this, guy along with as I mentioned before a YouTube Vlogger Vincent James as YouTube channel called. Red elephants you, start hunting this down on. Not only is this guy the owner of a, Facebook page that is replete with Huge endorsements for Alexandria Okaz Kazuyo Cortez But he also has. A Twitter profile. That is currently locked it's it's. Protected you can't. See, any of Jeremy Montana's is tweets however. You can't see how he. Describes himself here's how Jeremy describes. Himself you ready I'm a. Great, guy a grew up in Mexico and. The US say I'm fluent. In Spanish And I'm an actor He's an actor And his Twitter handle is Mex, lover. Zero zero nine Mex lover zero zero nine so I'm a producer at CNN and I'm doing a, panel Of of Trump voters. Or people. Who claim that they are Trump voters and this. Guy. Steps up Jerry Montana's oh? Yeah I'm a, Trump voter and nobody does any hunting no-one does any looking turns out. He's an actor turns out his Twitter handle Twitter, handle is, Mex lover zero zero nine and it turns. Out that months before the election the election he claims he voted for Donald Trump, in he put this in his own face in his own voice as a YouTube. Video Genesis disgusting and.

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"I know you love Steve Miller until I wanted to wanted to ask you. Did you know that he's actually the descendant of asylum-seekers? Yes, yes, they were. Ironically, trying to get asylum away from him. They, they couldn't escape the off. Stephen. Trying to escape anti Jewish persecution anti-poll his grandparents were in Belarus in nineteen. Oh, three. He was in the FDR administration the force he would've sent the ships back parents back. Yeah. Sorry, mom and dad, you dirty Jews. Just identify as a Jew. You I'm distant. can identify. We did. Now is I'm sorry, it was his great grandparents just to correct to clarify, wasn't his grandparents either way they'd be back on about, okay, you guys, we'll. We'll keep an eye on this ju just a quick note on yesterday's elections were recording the nation, a little early this week, you guys, we had elections on Tuesday, and the results seemed to be like, oh, not everybody wants their version of Alexandria, Kazuyo Cortez in the primary. Did you have any takeaways from the election. Well, there was one in Michigan. The first Palestinian American Muslim woman will be elected to take John Conyers, CNN him in Italy, tantamount to election of 'em's. Great. I just think Democrats have to win. I mean, not it's not one size fits all, and I think it's been overblown. The press like, oh, the insurgent wing LA. It's basically I think it's essentially the same except for presentation. And I like misquote tag, but it's basically what does not much daylight on the issue. Agree. And again, that's what primers are four. But what you're seeing is a real despite the stories that are being pressed, I'd be very wary of anyone that tries to say that they're major rifts in the Democratic Party. I'm pretty sure those aren't coming from within the Democratic Party because it's just all whether or not you use the word, democratic socialism or not. That's kind of it, you know? But again, we're in a two party system and the Democratic Party is doing very well currently. Oh yeah. Well, the big news in a high which is still progressing, they have to run again in November. So this is a conservative district that went to Trump by twelve points. It's basically a tie and they said there are sixty eight other districts where that's less conservative. So they really have a lot to worry about and that district in Ohio. The last time I went for a democrat was in one thousand nine hundred eighty. And before that apparently it was like nineteen thirty eight or something. So it's as solidly red as you can possibly get pretty impressive. Even if they, if even if the Democrats lose in that special election, which will see it's not going to be. By more than one or two point in November arming number for the GOP statistical tie right now, and they have to wait for provisional ballots. But again, you know, I think this is why you see panic on the GOP side because you know, they may, they they, they made their deal and you know they had, they had their their power grab. And this might be the end of the line if the trends continue to crank up their voter suppression. More session if they allow the twenty eighteen midterms to be validated. Like every secretary of state in those red states, they have little placards in their office that say, crank up, voter suppression, walk it every day. It's like, and they look at and they're like, I know what to do. I feel like I feel like the Republicans right now in all these district setting up like these fake towns like in blazing saddles just so people like go and vote at some fake. Fool them November fourteen. All the clocks back. That's awesome. All right. Well, we're gonna keep an eye. Obviously, keep an eye on the midterms. We're going to keep an eye ends Stephen Miller, and there's Viking, the immigrant horrendous immigration plan, and we will keep you posted in the meantime, let me know how much you guys are crying because I had a moment. I had a moment for my friend because I have a lot of green card holders in my life. So fuck I had a moment anyway. Here we go. Let us move on now to topic. Number three. We read a piece in the New York Times called the podcast Bros. one optimize your life. It's written by Molly Worthen and details. The rise of dude centered podcast. People like Joe Rogan, the.

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"President Obama net going quietly into young night he is not, gonna retire quietly he is going to stay involved in politics and he plans to campaign, in several states this fall because it can never have enough Obama and he has released his initial round of Eighty-one Democrats for the midterm elections he will release a second round before the election now, this is this is I can imagine. How many deep sighs. Of relief there must have been yesterday, from all of the democratic power centers because, the cry for months has been, Obama Where Art Thou We need you so badly where's where are you and instead he's like broiling out with Joe Biden did you see that the other day it was that he went to a restaurant with Joe Biden Crowing about the bromance, the? Bromance is still? Alive of any president vice-president been this cool ever. And I was like man I got? To buy a new computer just threw up all over it You know who else interestingly is left off this list Bob Menendez Injures -i Bob. Menendez's, left, off this list to member heat, a lot of problems well yeah as. He's not endorsing Bob Menendez which I thought was, interesting as well there's a couple, of people left off this list, but the big one being? Alexandria Kazuyo Cortez left off the list and The socialist darling Why do you think he? Left her off eight hundred eight six, zero, nine, six two five. John and, Alexandria. Good morning John you're on mornings on. The mall high I think, because And in terms of somebody that's, been really win, like I say she has. Not been challenged he's taken. Me softball interviews Remind me Sarah Palin but she about two steps ahead of her and, in terms of, understanding the issues in being. Able to push the agenda He's good at that I don't think that Obama thanks if he can win when it. Comes down to it I think Challenge really gonna be exposed right but I don't know if they even do debates in even know if that's something that she's even going to participate in a debate. And the people who love her love her knowing was, literally nothing about her all. They know is that she's young and she's vibrant and. She jumps, on stage it's can be free stuff for everybody while she's she. I mean you won't need a debate in order to get the typical, thing? You get out, of a debate which is exposition of her blind spots right so in debates do you usually find these things because it's. A tough round of combat and then you kind of, get, into the details you dig. Like two inches beneath the surface near like wow that candidate doesn't. Know anything she's doing that. By on her own because she keeps accepting. Interviews, she, and she does them and then? By virtue of like simple questions oh well how will you pay for that. Then you sort of get this like cluster of. Garbage doesn't exactly explain anything. And the problem here is is is multifold one she's a, bumper sticker socialist? She doesn't. Actually. Know what's underneath that. Is sort of like what's the slogan free healthcare perfect I'm. For it And then she goes for that and then when you dig a little bit she's she's barely done a Google search on the subject. The other side is I think Obama knows is upside, downside one she's gonna win. Why is she helped by Obama she's not really a. Obama would, be helped by it and he doesn't need the political help he's. Done being president twice and to its downside for Obama because it makes, him? Look like he's, picking stone-cold losers to John's point? The more she exposes herself as basically having thoughts and representing her party poorly the more. It's gonna open up the Pri the former president to, criticism, for really what you want. The future of the party to be I think he's running away. From that explosion well see. And I think a lot of this has. To, do, with the internal rift that's happening? There's a split happening in there in the democrat party where you have a. Large burgeoning socialist far left wing emerging from the. Democrat party and then you. Have the traditional old guard Democrats are like wait a minute, wait a minute? We we. Did. Pump the brakes On this this whole socialist full blown socialist we want this this. This free like further left than Bernie Sanders we need to pump the brakes. On that and I think Obama's part of, the old guard part of the Republic of the democrat party I mean that that side the. Democrat socialist side truly represents a country that. We, don't live in it's a completely different country progressing towards it that's what progressives do they're progressing. Towards it I'm which you but but the but the concept is here that that's dangerous I mean if you if you fully engage in. Those ideas if you get beyond the bumper. Stickers and you, fully engaged with. The notions of. Open, borders the end of capitalism Paid for universal healthcare universal basic, incomes once you start shutting down that road that is a fundamentally different country entirely than the, United States of America And the voters, to the extent. That any of. Them have a stomach for we're. Heading off in totally diversion directions and if we. Have nothing in common that way lies civil war that's a complete those are two different countries entirely. So whatever the thing. Is that's giving Obama pause whatever reason he might have, at this moment? To take a pause on on her and her, ideas let's hope. That continues let's hope the Democratic Party, finds it sense and says you know what this is bad for America Yeah, I it doesn't? Look like it's headed match No it doesn't and listen it looks like. That's what the voters want their the the Republic the Democrats want, at least, the far left part of their party their full-on embracing it. And calling for it and voting for these. People so that's part of the problem as well and I don't know how much the the establishment part of the democrat. Party can stop the voters voting for these people they run and they. Vote for it's five twenty two and WMA AL do you have an idea for.

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"You know, that's the reason why President Trump stepped in and signed an executive order to say that these families would be reunited that they would have to be not kept separately because of that political pressure. You know, he initially pointed at congress and said, congress is going to have to change the law that he wasn't going to do anything. Well, he got out in front of that and wind up signing this executive order. And we saw congress actually not be able to get its act together and do anything to rectify the. So you know, that's really what the what the problem for Republicans have been, especially these moderate Republicans in these swing districts. Now, the issue that Republicans have have done is that they've, they've taken this and decided to run with it and say that if Democrats want to push some of these more extreme narratives like. Abolish ice because that's what became the thing that people started talking about after the democratic socialist candidate in New York. Alexandra Kazuyo Cortez one that suddenly this abolish ice movement became the thing, and that's something Republicans latched onto and said, this is what Democrats really want to do, and it didn't become about family separations anymore. But when you talk about family separations, that's hugely unpopular, but let me, you know, I wanna flip that Dominica the audience that this drama is being played out for is not in my opinion as much Trump's base, it's Central America because all of these images and you know the emotional anguish story that we heard from Maria. And you know the, the wailing of the children in detention centers that were played in a press conference with with homeland security, secretary, Kirsten, Nielsen, all of these problems they've had with family, separation and reunification. I believe. Going to act as a deterrent, which is what the administration wanted in the first place. I'm John. Kelly told me in an interview in his office. This family's separation is meant as a deterrent. The kids will go to foster care wherever and these are horrific stories and images, and the Spanish language media is going to transmit this all over Central America and people are going to know that these are the consequences. If you bring your kids with you and you cross into the US. So we'll have to see and remember Mike Pence went to Brazil to deliver exactly that message to say, don't bring your children to the United States. Don't make that difficult drive difficult journey, and I really want to emphasize that interview you had with John Kelly. In fact, I think we have some of what Kelly told you and so family separation stands as a pretty tough could be tough to turn would be a tough deterrent, a much faster turnaround on asylum, even though people say that's cruel and heartless to take a mother away from her. Yeah, I think cruel and heartless. I wouldn't put it quite that way. The children will be taken care of to put into foster care, whatever put the big point is they elected to come illegally into the United States, and this is a technique that no one hopes will be used extensively for very long..

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"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"kazuyo cortez" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Americans that don't like all his vitriol and nonsense they know I. Taught their kids for twenty years right, economics ethics professor for twenty years so, everybody in my area knows who I am and. So these, associations don't. Work in the end the the American people are seeing through it. While the meantime the Democratic Party is veering, sharply? To the left you know the the new face of the Democratic Party is this young woman from Brooklyn Alexandria Kazuyo Cortez and she's apparently a disciple of Bernie. Sanders they're going around addressing crowds together talking about Venezuela, gas and how, they want the US to be like Venezuela what do you make Yeah well I mean I it's refreshing because Bernie is refreshing, young people like, him because you he actually says what he. Means right and so the Democrats are good at cloaking the true agenda but it turns out the agenda is, no shocker it's socialism So what are. The Democrats want on healthcare they socialized one sixth of the academy, healthcare with ObamaCare and, your premiums, have gone up about. One hundred, fifty percent over six, years that's what socialism does you lock your doctor you lost your charts your premiums are going up. And now, the. Democrats, blamed their, policy failures on Republican because we're we. Have the house the Senate the, way it is but right that's, why? We we we need to keep our promise, and real repeal, ObamaCare and bring back quality care with low cost. And so Again across Yeah. the United Fire States away on a much larger Yeah scale we're, talking a story with. Congressman somewhat Dave, like this is different brat. they're all different Excuse but a stray me congressman summit so like this one thing that strikes is me being about an acted Alexandria at with, respect to Cortes Papa John's pizza the new face of. The Papa Democratic John's pizza Party I you think got. it. Elected May be to driven congress out of business she she's being hailed by. because she Hysteria knocked off. A veteran congressman? race related What's his hysteria name Joe Crowley that is caused in that company, in to be Brooklyn a pariah where you got elected and to congress the founder by knocking, of off that the company house majority to be leader to in. become The Republican a pariah primary that's I that's tried. another To story. remember congressman A much were bigger you fund one over by the and media perhaps a more the ambiguous same way one that I don't know but, Okaz Cortez but, this is one. Is being? just unbelievable Fawned, over now to me we're going to have more No about it is the a. Funny one right back I to Chuck Eden Todd had bakery. me on Didn't you first. turn out to Of be all exactly carved? Up Eden statements Eden that took them for out of the. context Two, boasted young women them who got then fired he'd had we're going on to go his to show, a break with a and we're circular gonna come back firing with more squad about with. this Five story Democrats and your calls, and if he you wanna has. comment A on what happened. To these two, couple young of Sundays women ago at one eight five on? One and five Astrolabe forty like you Laura like puppies is the and number kittens to call than the this Laura. Ingram show If it is shocking answer you have vote by. Socialist he doesn't bring that up and now they. Have their new slogan right for the. People, I mean what does that, mean? For the people socialism for the people. You know I'm lower, Jay Farner wages CEO for of Quicken the people Loans buying, a home should less be one of economic life's best growth experiences less jobs but today's for the. fluctuating People I mean interest what rates they can have leave no you. content With unexpected no agenda higher they just payments have these. Neutral and that can phrases turn a great with experience no contact into an anxious one and at I Quicken,.

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