35 Burst results for "Marjorie Taylor"
Hakeem Jeffries unanimously elected leader of House Democrats, calls for bipartisanship
"House Democrats will have a new leader in the new session of Congress next month, and he's vowing to find common ground with Republican leaders. New York congressman Hakeem Jeffries becomes the first black American to lead a major political party at the capitol. The 52 year old is vowing to get things done for the American people. Fight for better paying jobs, fight for safer communities, defend democracy, fight for reproductive freedom. On ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos, Jeffreys vows to work with Republicans wherever they can. They're going to double and triple down on the extremism that we've seen from people like Marjorie Taylor Greene, that would be unfortunate. Republican congressman David Joyce of Ohio is also rejecting extremism on the hill. He says the party needs to serve the public that put them into office. You see all this kabuki theater taking place at D.C.. But what is that doing to lower the price of gas? What is that doing to lower the groceries? Jackie Quinn Washington
Steve Gill: Masks Do Not Work Against COVID
"Catch Marjorie Taylor green's tweet the other? Was it yesterday? She was tweeting about how you can wear the thick cotton underwear and it still will not protect you from a fart. Again, rather shocking does he is sitting member of Congress writing about this, but into her point was, so what makes you think one of those masks will be able to protect you from the China virus? Well, especially that we have a new comprehensive medical study that says there's no difference that the mask essentially do not work and the fact that you still see people driving around in their cars by themselves wearing them. I was talking with a friend from China last night. And one of the things that's fueling the riots and the chaos and the absolutely meltdown in China right now is that the Chinese people don't get news media that allows them to know what's really going on in the world. But they're watching the World Cup and they're seeing, you know, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of people going to these games and nobody's wearing a mask while their government is beating them down, locking them in apartment buildings, killing people over masks and a COVID shutdown and they're watching the rest of the world is going to soccer games without wearing a mask. They see the disparate treatment that is being played out. And that's one of the things that's fueling the anger in China.
Caller Supports Marjorie Taylor Greene for House Speaker
"Relate to nominate much you agree. So Georgia, I think, should be a good one. Is that right? So what do you like about Marjorie Taylor green Cathy? Well, I don't really know that much about her. I don't get to listen to the news that Martin stuff, but just I think she'd be a good one. All right, well Kathy, we're going to write you down for MTG as Speaker of the House. I'm sorry to hear. You know, I think there's something going around the country right now. And folks are getting the flu. They're getting sick. I hope you're doing the chicken noodle soup and everything, Kathy. I'm doing a chicken noodle soup and I don't really have a flu. I started out with tons of lighters and now it's on my chest. Oh dear. You gotta get some of it, get some good ice cream, so just good chocolate ice cream. Blue bell is a good brand. So all right. Kathy feel better and thanks for calling in. Folks, Kathy says MTG would make a great Speaker of the House.
The Art of Retaliation
"I want to talk about an important principle in politics and it is the art of retaliation, the art of retaliation. Now, this principle came to my mind when Kevin McCarthy said recently, I, Kevin McCarthy, I'm going to remove Eric swalwell, Adam Schiff, and Ilhan Omar from their House committees. Now, we should note that this is a kind of an unprecedented, well, actually, no, it is a precedented step. But it is an unusual step because the general modus operandi, the way of doing business in the Congress is this. The majority party controls the committees. They appoint the chairman of the committees and the committees, by the way, are the mechanism through which legislation passes. Committee is a very important a judiciary committee, the ways and means committee and so on. And the majority party has the majority of members on the committee, but the minority party, in this case, the Democrats in the House would have the right to appoint their own members. But the Democrats decided last time around, to violate this kind of code of etiquette, if you will, and throw a prominent Republicans, notably Marjorie Taylor Greene, offer committee. Oh, she's an extremist. So extremist or not, the point is she's not being named by your side. She was being named by the Republican side. And the fact that the Democrats said, well, we have the power to do it, so we're gonna do it. It was very important and it is very important for Republicans to be like, well, you know what? Two can play at this game.
Elon Musk's Twitter reinstates Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
"A Georgia congresswoman known for repeating conspiracy theories is now allowed back on Twitter The new owner of Twitter Elon Musk is reinstated the personal account of Georgia Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene She had been banned in January for posting misinformation about COVID-19 Last month she criticized traditional media Assassinated my character to the American people Twitter's also just reinstated former president Donald Trump but Elon Musk says one person who won't be allowed back is conspiracy theorist Alex Jones who called the sandy hook school massacre a hoax Musk says his firstborn child died in his arms and he has no mercy for anyone who would quote use the deaths of children for gain politics or fame I'm Jackie Quinn
Rep. Matt Rosendale Doesn't Know How Kevin McCarthy Will Get the Votes
"Things going on with Kevin McCarthy and we're going to have an update of all the shenanigans right now with a new guest on the show from Montana's second congressional district, a man who served in the House of Representatives in Montana in the Senate. He has been the Senate majority leader and we are delighted to have congressman Matt rosendale with us on America first wink, welcome congressman. Doctor gorka, it's good to be with you today. All right, so tell us what was going on on Capitol Hill yesterday and today, and there's quite a few people who have the letter R after their name who do not want Kevin McCarthy to be the speaker. Is that correct? That is correct. We can not continue to put the same people in to lead this conference and use the same rules that they have been utilizing for the last several years and hope and pray that maybe we'll get a different outcome. Absolutely. Now, one of the things I heard is that for an hour and a half, Marjorie Taylor Greene was negotiating behind closed doors with Kevin McCarthy. Do you know anything about that? Because that disturbs me a little bit. That I can not speak to, what I will tell you is I think that there's probably going to be a lot of discussions that take place over the next 40 days leading up to January the third when mister McCarthy is going to have to try to accumulate 200 and 18 votes on the floor. He did not receive that yesterday. He didn't receive 200. I'm sure a lot of your listeners listen heard the quote from representative Matt Gaetz yesterday. He didn't get 200. He didn't get 190. And so if you couldn't acquire 218 votes over the last 6 years, how is it that you expect to gather the additional 30 that you need over the next 40 days?
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"But I highly encourage you guys to try it for all four weeks. You won't regret it. What are the guarantees because I think one of the reasons why people are so upset and are so skeptical is because of promises that haven't been fulfilled. What does it look like then congresswoman Greene of speaker McCarthy if Kevin McCarthy becomes speaker, what does that look like from a subpoena and an investigation standpoint? What assurances can you give our audience? I can give everybody 100% assurance if Kevin McCarthy becomes speaker because he will have the gavel that our committee's will lead into investigation. So that means subpoena power. And those subpoenas will be used against the Biden administration. It will be used against all of the corruption that everyone has been upset about over the past two years. And I haven't been told no on one single thing. And I think that's what people need to focus on. What terrifies me is I just heard my colleague, bob good, who is leading this effort. One of the leaders of this effort say that he would vote with the Democrats. I didn't even know he'd said that. And that shocks me. It shocks me just the same as I heard Don bacon, tell a reporter outside the House chamber the other night. That he would also talk to the Democrats about electing a speaker. These are things people are saying out loud on interviews. Imagine what they're saying behind closed doors. And you know, I'm very realistic, Charlie, about the situation that we are in and razor thin majority means that we have to get our act together. It means that the Republican conference has a responsibility to not fall apart fighting with one another to where we come to gridlock and can't accomplish anything. We have to act like adults and professionals, and we have to work together, present an agenda that serves America first. And I'll be fighting as hard as possible to make that as conservative as we possibly can. But we are stuck in this position because of our horrible election systems. And the fact that redistricting happened after the census was done pre COVID and so many people moved so many people moved. And we won the popular vote, but yet we couldn't deliver more House seats. And we couldn't deliver more wins and governorships and Senate seats, which is devastating. And one thing that also people need to understand this is Nancy Pelosi had 32 no votes in her conference. And she didn't even have a challenger. 32 no votes and no challenger. And then they elected her on January 3rd of 2021, which was to me one of the most devastating things to happen to our country. Paul Ryan had 43 no votes. And he did have a challenger. But they elected him. And again, that was freedom caucus that gave us Paul Ryan. Unfortunately, and I'm not happy about that. And then he did nothing. They did nothing. They didn't repeal ObamaCare. They didn't fund the wall. They didn't repeal $500 million given to Planned Parenthood. To me, these are Republican failures that we can not allow to happen anymore, but the worst thing we could ever do is fight so much among ourselves and create so much drama. And the American people are sick and tired of the drama that we totally turn people off from the Republican Party when we desperately need our voters going into 2024. And so that's how I see it. I'm going to play on the playing field that I am standing on. And I'm going to have to play within the guidelines that I'm forced to exist in, but that means I'm going to play as hard as possible. And we're going to win Charlie. We are going to win, and we're going to do a damn good job that people will be proud of. Marjorie Taylor Greene, thank you for joining us. Really appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. Charlie. Thank you. Thanks so much for listening, everybody. Email me your thoughts as always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Thank you so much for listening. God bless. For more, on many of these stories and news you can trust. Go to Charlie Kirk dot com. The following is not an actor, but a real-life story from Trinity debt management. I was finishing undergrad and got credit cards because I couldn't work full time so that started the credit card journey for me. If you're in debt and you need help, call Trinity at one 809 9 O 6 9 7 6. And then when I got married, we combined our credit card debt and it became impossible to pay off on our own. At that point, I was like, I don't know where to turn. And then I found Trinity. Trinity will consolidate your accounts into one easy to manage monthly payment, reduce your interest and possibly improve your credit score. You'll save thousands. I initially was scared to call and immediately I felt relief. I mean, in a matter of three years, we've already paid down $20,000 in credit card debt, which is huge. Call Trinity at one 809 9 O 6 9 7 6. That's one 809 9 O 69 76..
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"With us now as Marjorie Taylor Greene, the terrific member of the House of Representatives and Marjorie Taylor Greene has said she is going to support Kevin McCarthy for Speaker of the House. Congresswoman Greene, congratulations on your reelection and tell us why you think speaker are congressman McCarthy would be the best option for speaker. Well, thank you so much, Charlie. I'm really grateful to all of everyone in my district that has supported me to send me back to Congress to represent them. This is unprecedented. What we're going into this razor thin majority and thank God we're going to have the majority because here for the past week, we haven't even been sure if that was going to happen. We still don't know the number of seats we're going to have. It's estimated anywhere between two 18 to some would even set as high as two 26. I have a really hard time seeing that. So everyone just keeps telling me two 20 to two 22 ish. But so that means that we have no basically no margin of error. And that means that our conference has to be as united as possible. And we're also, we also have to look forward. We're going into a presidential election in 2024. And so what we're able to do here in our conference over the next two years really plays in to our chances of winning back The White House and even taking back the Senate. So here we are. We're going to be Republicans in the majority. We will not have any help in the Senate because we'll have no control there. We'll have a democratic controlled White House and we will be on our own over here in the House of Representatives. Now I'm very much a realist. I make decisions based on the reality that I'm in and that I'm given. And I believe that we have to we have to elect one speaker. We have to unify because here's what's happening behind the scenes and the halls of Congress and many different meetings. We have different factions of our Republican conference that are looking to use their power, the power of a few to challenge the leadership or challenge Kevin McCarthy in order to get what they want. Now, the problem with that is they're also talking to Democrats. And that is extremely concerning to me. I think after the past two years, what Democrats have done to this country and how they have treated president Trump, his administration, his supporters, and Republicans all over the country. And I'm talking about parents at the school boards. I'm talking about pro life activist being, you know, having the FBI show up at their house. I'm talking about the pretrial January 6th defendants who have yet to see a day in court and have been held this entire time. And just the threat, the threat to those to conservatives, especially under the potential 87,000 IRS army. I think it is imperative. And it's our duty as Republicans to pull ourselves together and prove to the American people that we're the party that can be trusted in the majority and that we can argue all we want to and believe me, I'm one of those that gets the most heated in these debates, fighting for conservative values. We are going to have to fight it out, but we're going to have to unite behind one speaker because we can't open the door to Democrats. We can not allow them to make deals we and deal with weak Republicans in order to elect a speaker that they could all choose to deal with. Now here is the bargaining ship on the table. They're talking about subpoena power. So they're trying to make a deal with anybody they can that is willing to give up subpoena power against the Biden administration. That means everything in Hunter Biden's laptop, that means all of the things that the Biden administration has been doing to our country and to America. That means all of the corruption. So to me, electing Speaker of the House, our Speaker of the House, to me, having that gavel is all about subpoena power. And I think everyone has to get laser focused on that. We have to have subpoena power. People have to be held accountable. The American people deserve transparency. These people that have done all of these things deserve they deserve accountability. And I'm talking about from everything from COVID to Afghanistan to Ukraine to Homeland Security and I'm talking about big tech. I'm talking about Hunter Biden's laptop and the things that exist on that laptop that have direct connections to Joe Biden and their corrupt business dealings and foreign countries. And so the way I see it is that it's an imperative duty of all of us to elect our speaker. We have to let Kevin McCarthy because he's already said publicly and promised all of us that he would support these investigations..
Marjorie Taylor Greene and the Case for McCarthy As Speaker
"With us now as Marjorie Taylor Greene, the terrific member of the House of Representatives and Marjorie Taylor Greene has said she is going to support Kevin McCarthy for Speaker of the House. Congresswoman Greene, congratulations on your reelection and tell us why you think speaker are congressman McCarthy would be the best option for speaker. Well, thank you so much, Charlie. I'm really grateful to all of everyone in my district that has supported me to send me back to Congress to represent them. This is unprecedented. What we're going into this razor thin majority and thank God we're going to have the majority because here for the past week, we haven't even been sure if that was going to happen. We still don't know the number of seats we're going to have. It's estimated anywhere between two 18 to some would even set as high as two 26. I have a really hard time seeing that. So everyone just keeps telling me two 20 to two 22 ish. But so that means that we have no basically no margin of error. And that means that our conference has to be as united as possible. And we're also, we also have to look forward. We're going into a presidential election in 2024. And so what we're able to do here in our conference over the next two years really plays in to our chances of winning back The White House and even taking back the Senate. So here we are. We're going to be Republicans in the majority. We will not have any help in the Senate because we'll have no control there. We'll have a democratic controlled White House and we will be on our own over here in the House of Representatives. Now I'm very much a realist. I make decisions based on the reality that I'm in and that I'm given. And I believe that we have to we have to elect one speaker. We have to unify because here's what's happening behind the scenes and the halls of Congress and many different meetings. We have different factions of our Republican conference that are looking to use their power, the power of a few to challenge the leadership or challenge Kevin McCarthy in order to get what they want. Now, the problem with that is they're also talking to Democrats. And that is extremely concerning to me. I think after the past two years, what Democrats have done to this country and how they have treated president Trump, his administration, his supporters, and Republicans all over the country. And I'm talking about parents at the school boards. I'm talking about pro life activist being, you know, having the FBI show up at their house. I'm talking about the pretrial January 6th defendants who have yet to see a day in court and have been held this entire time. And just the threat, the threat to those to conservatives,
Did Independent Voters Make the Devil's Bargain?
"Happened across the country in the only states that didn't really happen is Florida, to be honest, where independence we thought independence we're going to break our way. And Andrew, do you remember that show that we did right before the midterms of how we could lose and we got so much hate mail, where one of the ways I said is if independence somehow don't break our way. Now, I'll be very honest. I didn't think that was possible. I didn't think with gas prices with immigration with Biden being so unpopular. Now, what ended up happening though seemed to be a kind of devil's bargain that independence did in their head at least in Arizona, where they went into the voting booth very convincingly by 6 to 8 points saying that we are going to vote for some Republicans, but we're not going to vote for all Republicans. And so here's the one thing that no one has been able to explain to me, which is if it was, you know, if they were really in Scottsdale, for example, or in mesa, if all of it was synthetic, then why on earth was David schweickart and Andy Biggs? Why were they outperforming Carrie Lake, which none of us would have thought Andrew. We thought that Arizona would want a Republican governor a lot more than a Republican Congress. That is not the case. It is clear that at least in Arizona and in other states, Georgia as well, that voters were saying that we want some Democrats to run our states, which is just amazing. You think about it, but it really might not have been that. It was we want the person that is not going to be controversial. And by the way, it didn't take a lot to tip it over the edge. Why? It's because they ran up the score in downtown Phoenix.
There's Something We Can Learn From Democrats...
"There is something I want to say, and I know that people do not want to hear this in our audience because they email and they say Charlie stopped talking about things that went wrong. They just flat out stole it. Okay, but this is interesting though. If you listen to what happened in Colorado, because I made a lot of calls last night, right? I made calls to people on the ground in Pennsylvania and Colorado and Georgia and in most states, except Texas and Florida, and they have all said as they're doing their data analysis. They saw a same and similar collapse of independence across the board across the country. Now, people might say, well, Charlie, it's because they had this rigged system. Well, if that's the case, then how did Ron DeSantis win by 20 points, right? How did Brian Kemp win by 6 or 7 points. Now, ballot harvesting and ballot capturing and machines going down in Arizona, we are the one of the only shows that is going to repeatedly talk about it. But there is growing evidence that there was something done by the Democrats that we can learn from that is constructive and important about how on earth did we do so well with independence in the polling and in certain early returns and in person election day, but there was a faction, a type of independence that totally gravitated their support away from us. And Andrew, there could be some explanations. But the most logical one would probably be something around Dobbs, something around a targeted ad campaign, or is it Andrew that Republicans didn't sprit sprint the last half mile of the marathon? Do you think that we just kind of were candidates just kind of let up that there wasn't a targeted campaign to go after independence? I don't know, I'm just thinking out loud. Andrew, what are your thoughts on that? I mean, listen, I think Dobbs completely. It's a point that I've made on the show this week. I think, you know, living in California, you know, my wife's Friends, we would have these conversations. And it kind of, I kind of didn't key in on it enough. Honestly. But they did a great job on platforms like TikTok, social media, you know, my wife told me hers was full of it before the election of just people saying, hey, they want a criminalized miscarriages. We all know that that's so ridiculous not to be true. I mean, half of pregnancies basically end in miscarriage. That's never going to happen. That's a crazy thing. I think it worked a lot with independence. I think it worked a lot with single women. We saw them go way far to the left this cycle.
Could Liz Cheney Become the New House Speaker?
"Some rather bizarre information coming from Capitol Hill. So I didn't think this was a possibility, but it sort of makes sense. So there is some concern that if the Republicans only have a one or two seat majority in the House of Representatives, that you could have some establishment or moderate Republicans. Siding with the Democrats and installing Liz Cheney as Speaker of the House. You say, well Todd Liz Cheney's she lost her congressional race. She's not in Congress, doesn't matter. According to the rules of the House, the speaker does not have to be an elected member of Congress, which is why so many people were suggesting, oh, let's get Donald Trump as the Speaker of the House. Well, I don't think you're going to be able to do that if you've got some renegade establishment Republicans out there who would be threatening and there are some and we're going to be naming names who are suggesting they would be supportive of Liz Cheney. This is one of the reasons why MTG and by the way, one of those individuals is congressman Don bacon from Nebraska. So this is why Marjorie Taylor Greene came out yesterday and said that she is supporting Kevin McCarthy. She's afraid that people might jump ship and that there would be enough votes to install Liz Cheney as the Speaker of the House. This is how crazy it's getting here, people. Can you imagine?
Rep. Jim Jordan: Kevin McCarthy Brings the Team Together
"Think what's interesting is you already have Donald Trump backing McCarthy Apparently making calls for him You have Marjorie Taylor Greene back in McCarthy We have you backing McCarthy We have certain Republican moderates back in the car You know I look at McCarthy and I try to step back he's not John Boehner He's not Paul Ryan He didn't try and undermine the conservative base or the mag of base He hasn't done what McConnell has done in the Senate gone after people he doesn't like to try and defeat them in the general election or in the primaries He's a different cat altogether I think Don't you Yes that is what has to happen in today's political world You got to bring the team together And he has done it so again I think that is what's needed for all kinds of reasons Most of most of which is just how radical the left is I mean again think about what they've done to our country No border record crime $5 gas 41 year inflation 41 year high inflation rate and of course what they're doing to your First Amendment Let me ask you this
Will New House Republicans Side With Democrats to Get Things Done?
"You said blame them all. Trump Republicans, their media, their voters because they form a cluster of insanity and degradation, a heaving ball, heading towards a cliff, 2022 was us stepping out of the way before a dragged us with them. We're not out of danger yet, but damn, it feels like we've dodged a catastrophe. And boy, howdy. That is really true. I mean, yeah, go ahead. I mean, I think that on some level, if the house does go Republican, they're gonna have to do some of the stupid hearings that they talk about. I think they're still talking about a Hunter Biden hearing, which is just Travis. Sorry. I want to point out on that subject. I do think you're right that they're going to these hearings, but remember, these are going to have to be in committees and committees are going to be evenly divided because the house is so close. So all it takes is one Republican, one sane Republican, which I know that's a long shot, but from a district that flipped these new York people. They're not going to be able to risk these crazy votes to keep their receipts. So I don't even know if the investigations are going to move that much. Well, Chris Hayes tweeted, I feel like the universe wants the house to be 2018, 2017, and you said one Republican could certainly be tempted to go independent and caucus with Dems. I mean, I think the jury is really still out on what happens with the house. And I think that if it's within a couple of a couple of seats, which it seems like it's going to be, no, excuse me. Yeah. Too much joy. And swallow swallow. Where it seems like it's heading, certainly, some of those Republican representatives are going to say, okay, you know what? I'd rather get stuff done. Then have to sit through Marjorie Taylor Greene going off about drag
Marjorie Taylor Greene: DeSantis Should Stay Put in Florida
"What's on your mind as you think about this Trump situation, you were telling me about Marjorie Taylor Greene. Yeah, yeah, there's apparently there's an article on epoch times that that desantis should avoid the 2024 race and remain a Florida governor and the reason she gives is that we need to have as many Republican governors in the United States as possible because they are the ones that control their state, the crime, all those things, right? And if we don't have a really good governor, then all those things that people take for granted quite frankly, will fall to the wayside or elect a Democrat and then things will go really bad. You know, like in California and in New York. So I think she does have a point, but I kind of wish she would also stay out of the primary. I don't really think that anybody should be talking about the primary right now. It's too early. It's too early and it's also a little bit toxic.
Dinesh Considers the Future of the House Leadership
"There's a very interesting and perhaps somewhat unexpected challenge to both McCarthy's leadership, Kevin McCarthy's leadership in the house. And Mitch McConnell's in the Senate. Now the house is almost certainly going to be in the hands of the GOP. There is some races still undecided, but Republicans are ahead of the Democrats substantially and should be able to get to the majority fairly easily. So McCarthy is almost certainly going to be the Speaker of the House. Or at least the Republicans will have a chance to choose a speaker. Now McCarthy has always, this guy is like a frat boy. I mean, he basically has got everyone in his pocket. They're all his buddies. They like to go, you know, eat steak with him and have a glass of wine. So he's been able to kind of glad hand his way to the leadership. And there's no doubt that he does have those personal qualities of affability and, you know, everybody likes Kevin McCarthy, but we're in a little bit of a precarious situation. And if you agree that we are in, let's call it Cold War combat mode, then we actually need a combat general. And I think Republicans are beginning to realize this. I'm not saying they're going to be able to prevent McCarthy from getting the leadership because as far as I can see, there's nobody else, perhaps Jim Jordan, who has the ability to run toe to toe with McCarthy and maybe give him a race and these positions are really important because when you come in as an elected congressman or senator, in a sense, you're almost giving up your power to your leader because your leader then controls committees controls appointments, controls the agenda, decide what bills advance and so on. So this is a very important decision. And I think that the house, the freedom caucus, by the way, Marjorie Taylor Greene is in there, Matt, Gates is in there. So these are people who might be able to exercise leverage on McCarthy and basically say, listen, no Democrats going to vote for you. You need the Republicans to kind of line up behind you. But we're not going to, unless we get certain agreements, concessions, and specific authorizations from you now in advance.
Joe Biden's Agenda Is Done With a Republican House
"Let me just put this in perspective so you know the electoral count three states out. If we get two of the three states, we have control of the Senate. We're going to take control of the House. There doesn't seem to be any path at all for the Democrats to take it. They got to win, of course, at this point, nothing could shut off me. But I'm feeling really confident and I think we all feel pretty good about House majority to the Republican Party. We have fired Nancy Pelosi. We flip the house. That's a huge story. Joe Biden's agenda is done. His radical agenda is finished, and maybe even more importantly, with House majority to the Republicans, with Republican control of the House, they'll be investigations over Hunter Biden. They'll be investigations over Joe Biden. They'll be investigations into the corrupt Democrats. Get ready Marjorie Taylor Greene. Come on. Come on, Jim Jordan. Come on, Steve scalise. Come on, Kevin McCarthy. There's going to be a new sheriff in town in January, and it's going to be glorious. They lost, they got their butts beat. No way around it. And you get your rear end whipped, whether you lose by one at the end of the game or you lose by a hundred. They lost.
Democrats Didn't Fear Trump's Failure, They Feared His Success
"Of the Republicans, you know what? I was thinking about this the other day. And I have been talking about this on my podcast in elsewhere. That the Democrats and the left did not fear Donald Trump's failure. You know, they used to say, always going to be a failure. He's going to get us into World War three and all this stuff. That was all nonsense. They did not fear his failure. They feared his success. Because they knew that if he succeeded, he'd expose all of their fraud and hypocrisy and the depth of corruption and rock in Washington, et cetera, which she has done and continues to do. But more so, they feared his success because they knew that that would give rise to hundreds, if not thousands of other America first candidates and leaders. And that is exactly what's happened. You'll notice that from Carrie Lake to Herschel Walker damn Baltic in New Hampshire across the board. These are for the most part, America first candidates. You know, it's much easier said for the left and the deep state and permanent bureaucracy to try to take down one man Donald Trump. They haven't succeeded, but it's much easier for them to target one guy and try to remove him as a political force. It's much more difficult for them to try to squash hundreds of them carry Lake Marjorie Taylor Greene. Matt Gaetz, Donald Trump, all of them, and all of us. It's much more difficult.
Ali Velshi Understands Katie Hobbs Not Wanting to Debate Lies
"It's interesting. You tweeted, Katie Hobbs, the midterms are a choice between sanity or chaos. I wonder where you come down on her not debating thing. I was talking about politics girl. I'm sure you've seen her on Twitter's terrific. But she said, you know, her first instinct is, oh, she should, why wouldn't she? But her conclusion at the end is she understands why she's not and supports that because I understand it. I'll say, let's look at the examples, right? Of debates that work in debates that don't work. Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock, in my opinion, worked. Because Rafa were not didn't have to do anything. Herschel even just stand on stage with Herschel Walker and that's all you have to do. So that worked. In my opinion. I think that there's a guy running against Marjorie Taylor green, who, you know, normally there isn't even a candidate running against her. And he debated her. And I thought, it's not going to win him any votes in that district, but I thought it worked because he came across as, hey, I'm a thoughtful, interesting person. Yeah. Carrie Lake is on another planet. Yeah. Right? She's not very good at television. Her rally seemed like rock concerts. I don't know. On one hand, you know, Katie Hobbs is a measured exactly the person you want is the Secretary of State. She's a measured person. She's terrified. And talk about it. Talk about courage. I mean, the amount of death threat she and her families and her endurance. She has been in a place where they have a lot of extra guns. So politics zero point was basically, it's like wrestling with a pig. You know, you both get dirty, but the people likes it. Oh, I get it? But I also feel like these Arizona politicians are running away with stuff because it's so easy to gaslight people now. Yeah. And so I don't know. And I don't want to, I don't want to, I don't want to second guess anybody's decision because I think it's offensive to debate. I think it's great to debate almost everything, except lies,
Ali Velshi's Worldwide Perspective on the Turn From True Democracy
"If anyone has a worldview because you report from all over the world all the time, it's that, right? Netanyahu is making a comeback. What's his name, Bolsonaro, thank God, just lost, but it is this ongoing worldwide battle, isn't it? About autocracy fascism. There are a couple of standouts though in that. So Netanyahu, mama had been Salman who doesn't have to run for elections ever. Vladimir Putin who doesn't have to run for elections ever. And Xi Jinping. We have a few people here who are in a much better position if Donald Trump were to win the election. And Donald Trump now looks like we'll declare that he's running for president on according to some sources on November the 14th. So there are people who are setting up for it, right? So Saudi Arabia and Iran got together to cut oil production to increase oil prices right before an election to hurt Democrats. And because they would like to hurt Democrats and they'd like Donald Trump in power. Netanyahu facing indictment and all sorts of things want to be prime minister of Israel looks like that's actually going to happen. And have never had a better friend than Donald Trump. So there's two themes going on in the world. There's a general lurch to the right, but not just the right toward fascism toward all these things. And I think a lot of people don't understand that having the vote does not guarantee you democracy, right? Iran has about Russia has a vote. All these people vote. But there's this lurch to the right, and then there's a bunch of people in the world setting up for Donald Trump to regain the top spot as the anti democratic guy in chief. And that's a big issue. You've now heard a lot of Republicans talking about, I don't know if we should spend this kind of money in Ukraine. Kevin McCarthy Senate Marjorie Taylor Greene said it. You know, so I am very worried that that is an abstraction to a lot of Americans, right? We're dealing with the price of gas. The price of food, and these are all very, very real issues with interest rates going up and inflation. But if democracy ends while we're worried about that, it's going to be a problem.
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Challengers is raking in Republican cash. By Nick Pompey it's no secret that Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has a rocky relationship with her own party. In February she earned the ire of Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell after she participated in a conference organized by a white nationalist and in October she drew criticism for announcing on the House floor that her moderate Republican colleague representative Liz Cheney was a quote joke. For participating in an investigation of the January 6th the capital attack, which green has been accused of helping to incite. But a growing number of Republican lawmakers and lobbyists are hoping that it's payback time. In the weeks before Georgia's May 24th primary, federal election commission disclosures show an influx in Republican dollars to Greene's primary challenger Jennifer Strahan, a healthcare advisory firm executive with no political experience. That intro party support might not be enough to unseat green in the ultra conservative 14th district, experts say, as Greene has raised more than $8 million in total, more than any other incumbent in the state. But the support is telling a battle over the soul of the Republican Party is playing out in a slice of northwest's Georgia. Since launching her campaign in early July, Strahan has raised about $322,615, a hall that puts her on par with some incumbent lawmakers running for reelection in Georgia. For a challenger, that's a decent amount of money, says miles Coleman, the associate editor of the election forecaster, sabato's crystal ball at the University of Virginia's center for politics. Anytime a non incumbent raises more than 5 figures in a quarter, it catches my attention. Among Strahan's contributions are a $5000 donation from continuing America's strength and security pack, the leadership pack of Louisiana GOP senator Bill Cassidy, as well as donations from former Virginia GOP representative Barbara comstock and former Oklahoma senator Don Nichols, according to FEC disclosures. Several packs including value in electing women view associated general contractors of America and business industry have also given to Strahan's campaign. It was the first time the view pack has endorsed the candidate running against an incumbent. Strahan's campaign has also received contributions from a handful of Democrats, including lobbyist Jeffrey Forbes, as well as several Atlanta based consultants and business leaders. From July to December 2021, a third of her donations were from outside of Georgia. We believe Republicans are moving away from Marjorie Taylor Greene in droves, says Jake Munson, Strahan's communications director. We hear that from her former supporters every day on the campaign trail. She's an absolute total embarrassment to Georgia and our party. Political insiders aren't so sure that conservative rabble rouser known universally as MTG. Still has about $3 million in campaign funds left on hand, a staggering sum for a district of less than a million people. It's Marjorie Taylor Greene against herself, says Jay Williams, a GOP strategist in Georgia. She's not going to lose unless she does something absolutely abhorrent. Other hopefuls lining up to challenge green in the May 24th primary include Eric Cunningham, James haygood, Charles Luton, and Seth since silian, who have raised just over $32,000 combined in campaign contributions. About a tenth of Strahan's hall. While Georgia is becoming a battleground between Republicans and Democrats, with a Democrat winning the state Senate seat in 2021, the 14th district remains squarely in Republican hands. It's considered one of the most Republican districts in the nation, according to a cook political report analysis of election results. The population is overwhelmingly white and largely rural. Most residents have just a high school education, and the median household income is about $10,000 less than the national average. For conservatives like green, this is home. Republicans don't typically throw out their incumbents, Williams says. And this is not a place you can easily do that, especially as a moderate. The district became slightly more moderate in late December when governor Brian Kemp signed Georgia's new congressional map into law, adding a small suburb of Atlanta to its district lines. Mainstream Republicans and lobbyists who back Strahan's campaign say they believe she will be able to get more stuff done in Washington than green, whose two year freshman term has been distinguished mostly by extracurricular affairs and incendiary comments. What good is having a conservative representative if they're not effective? Coleman says, if the GOP has all these members like MTG, they may take the majority, but they may lose it if this is the face of the party. Green is not known for pushing legislation or policy on the hill. And she is not a central player and day to today congressional affairs. Last February House Democrats stripped the AR-15 toting QAnon adjacent political novice of her committee assignments for pushing unfounded conspiracy theories and lies that included racist and anti semitic tropes. In March, free speech for people, a national election and campaign finance reform group filed a challenge with the Georgia Secretary of State's office that alleges green helped facilitate the violent capital insurrection, spurring quiet debate among members of her own party that she may be disqualified from office for violating the Fourteenth Amendment. The lawsuit may be the only thing that could end her political career, William says, it's literally that or finding a dead body in the back of her car, he says, but it's not.
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Congresswoman green, welcome back to America first. Hi, doctor gorka I'm so glad to be on your show today. So the timing couldn't be better, you wanted to impeach Joe Biden day one. He is giving a speech today in Georgia. Which is going to be allegedly about stopping any reforms of voter integrity and the scuttlebutt has it that he will use the phrase. It is a domestic threat to try and stop election fraud in America. This means congresswoman Greene after January 6th, they're not taking their foot off the gas that actually doubling down, correct? Oh, absolutely. This is going to increase, you know, Joe Biden, who has placed unconstitutional mandate through osha on employees and companies with employees at a hundred or more. He cares so much about vaccine ID that he's made this mandate a huge issue, but yet they want to wipe out better ID. Like you shouldn't be able to show and I need a boat. That's what Democrats want. They want to anyone to be able to mail in a ballot without even showing who they are, but yet they want to impose a vaccine ID for people to be able to pursue life, liberty and happiness, you know, things like working a job to provide for their family, going to a restaurant concert game, private club, Jim, the stay healthy and protect themselves from COVID-19. But this is where the
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Twitter permanently bans representative Marjorie Taylor Greene for COVID-19 misinformation by Anna egerton, Bloomberg. Twitter Inc on Sunday said it permanently banned the personal account of Republican representative Marjorie Taylor Greene for repeated violations of the platform's prohibition against spreading misinformation about COVID-19. The Georgia lawmaker was previously suspended for tweeting false claims about the COVID vaccine and health risks during the global pandemic. A Twitter spokesperson said the company has been clear that per hour strike system for this policy, we will permanently suspend accounts for repeated violations of the policy. Green's 5th and final strike was a Saturday tweet misrepresenting data on the death rate from the vaccine, the spokesperson said. Greene can appeal the permanent ban, according to Twitter's policy on medical misinformation. She still has access to her official account at REP MTG, where her last tweet was a Christmas Eve message for her congressional district. The Republican lawmaker on Sunday took to messaging service telegram to call Twitter, an enemy to America, and to criticize Democrats, CNN, and an Iranian account for their past tweets. That's fine. I'll show America we don't need them, and it's time to defeat our enemies. Greene said on telegram. Twitter isn't the only place where green has been censured for controversial statements. The democratic led house last February voted to strip her of her two committee assignments for past statements suggesting support for conspiracy theories and violence against Democrats. The San Francisco based social network has faced criticism from right-wing users that it censors conservative voices, especially after it permanently banned former president Donald Trump in January last year following his supporters attack on the U.S. capitol..
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show with us today. Is it congresswoman or congressman? I can never understand. Look, genders are the most important thing we have to protect congresswoman. But there's this thing where you get introduced as congressman sometimes. Have you noticed this? Yeah, that was like the whole weird feminist thing that sucked into the Republican movement. I'm trying to take it back to I've never understood that. So congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene were supposed to hate you and I don't actually really like you. So why is that? Why does the media tell us that you're like an existential threat to our democracy or whatever that? Well, apparently that's what they want everyone to believe. I'm really proud of my Wikipedia page. I have to tell you is such a badge of honor. I will never change it. It says the most horrible, disgusting lies about me. And so I'm keeping it there just the way it is so that everyone can really understand what Wikipedia is all about. So I endorsed you early if I remember correctly. You did. And. Thank you. You got, of course, you got elected and you've decided to actually do what you said you were gonna do. And someone asked me a question once. I was in Wisconsin and he says Charlie, do you renounce your denounce your endorsement of marginally Marjorie Taylor Greene? I said, why would I do that? Oh, because of all these things that she said, I said, you know, this idea that you have to we have to pander to what they tell us what to do is because the media tells us to be angry about something. It's just extraordinary. So even in Congress, not even a year, is that right? Not even a year. It hasn't even been a year. What has surprised you the most?.
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
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"marjorie taylor" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Someone so far out of the American political mainstream that she can and should be ignored. That would be a mistake for both major political parties. Greene, a Georgia Republican, whose views are so fringe that GOP leadership stripped her of her committee assignments just a month after she arrived in Congress this year, represents a not insignificant slice of the current mood on the right. She slings grievance better than anyone in the Nats bull pen throws pitches. She knows just how to trigger liberals without rageous rhetoric that ripens in the QAnon realm of conspiracy theories and misinformation. She is as unmasked, unvaccinated and uncivil as she tears through Capitol Hill and wholly unapologetic. But step inside her brand of professional outrage and performance art and you are simultaneously inside a living autopsy of the current Republican Party and its reanimation. For a little more than an hour earlier this week. Green hopped on the line during a virtual town hall with constituents and fans to hurl some of her phrygia ideas, dog whistles and cherry picked facts to her base. The evening was a masterclass of a trumpian understudy. She called COVID-19 a bioweapon and said Biden's authoritarian mandate requiring that companies of 100 people or more was on hold, even though the situation is far less clear than that. In a troll of transgender individuals who are expecting she said. The only people that are pregnant are women. She wrongly asserted that Biden's Justice Department still believes parents are domestic terrorists and that Republicans proposed credible members of the committee charged with investigating the January 6th insurrection and not two members who were openly hostile to its work. She called the protesters who stormed the capitol, innocent people who simply got legal permits to protest on January 6th. Greene said Biden's looming infrastructure plan would amount to a communist takeover of America and would teach racism on college campuses. It's going to bankrupt the country. Plain and simple, green predicted, adding it probably would cost some $5 trillion. Democratic drafters have put the number at $1.75 trillion and are waiting for a ruling from the congressional budget office. The bill was a payoff to the communist social elite. She said, you know who these people are? Big tech executives. These are the companies that censored you and kicked you off Facebook. Kicked you off social media and silenced your voice. This, of course, would be news to the suspected commies who made billions on social media..
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Welcome back to one on one with Marjorie Taylor Greene. Marjorie, it's such an indictment of the business as usual, political establishment, not just the rhinos, but actually the GOP establishment that we've had hundreds of arrests. We've had the FBI chase down people who weren't even inside Congress on January 6th in Alaska. I've got friends telling me my friend was not even near Congress and they tracked her with the phone data. The phone company gave the geolocating data were you outside Congress, just insanity, the FBI hunting down these people instead of BLM or antifa. You are one of a handful of politicians, citizen politicians whose actually trying to get to the bottom of it and to fight for these Americans who are guaranteed by our constitution, a speedy, a speedy judicial process, you went to the prison, they refused you access you were so kind to call us after your visit for those who didn't hear your story. Tell us what you found when you went to this hellhole in D.C. where these people are being kept prisoner. I found something I never thought I'd see in our country. I found something that we've seen in movies and we hear stories about in other countries. I found out that what I thought was Internet rumors and not fully true, I found out it's all true. Everything we've been hearing is true about what's happening is January 6th defendants. Not only that I've talked to people who've had their homes raided by the FBI in the dark of night. I talked to one man and his wife, where they had handcuffed their child with handcuffed and she was dragged out in the front yard and nothing but a nightie and then the small town newspaper where they lived took a picture of her and put her on the front page of the newspaper, and that woman wasn't even in Washington, D.C. on January 6th. She was in California at home. And this is what's happening, but then I met people and Sebastian, I want to tell you I tried for months to get in that jail and several of my colleagues went with me, Louie gohmert, Matt Gaetz, Paul gosar, Andy Biggs, bob good. Those are the ones that have come along. They've been there every time, but they've definitely tried to. And I've tried every single time to get in. But finally, we went in, we were allowed for a tour of the whole jail. Well, I want to tell you we saw the whole jail. Except. Except the January 6th event in area, except the patriot wing. And then what did you do? Oh, I pitched a
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"I are brought to you in part by american financing but we have a very special guest on the line none other well you know have friends fellow. Patriots called mt g representing georgia's fourteenth district congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. Is it true you just left the flow of the house. What's going on there. Tell us give us an update. Yes i did. I just walked off and i'll have to be heading in here in a few more minutes. We're voting on amendment after amendment Most of this is going for the nda. So this is one of those wild weeks where vote after vote Most of them are democrat amendments. Because as you know they usually don't take republican amendments and some members of the freedom caucus have said that the nda should not be voted on by republicans until we see certain other actions taken by the white house. What's the state of play is going to go through. What's the latest number. Well there's a lot of us in the freedom caucus that are taking a stand against it we are. We're against drafting our daughters strapping young women. Especially when there's seventeen million young men eighteen to twenty five already signed up the flex services and our current Active duty military forces or at one point three million. And we're not even at war so there's no need to even be talking about drafting women at sample ridiculous. Of course we know women are capable and they're equal but we're just not into drafting our daughters our our wives and and don't think that that's that's necessary. It's another one of those Racing gender you know social issues. It's just pointless with that we can't trust this. How can we trust the military the leaders especially after they abandoned americans and and look what they did they arm the taliban so there's a lot to unpack there with the as a lot to unpack with very very excited that you could join us just for a few minutes and i know you have to go back last question for you We discussed the custom. Ninety nine eleven that we're issuing here in america first on list it's combined there's only a hundred left out of the three hundred custom nineteen eleven but you'll giving away a fifty cal barrett. I wanna post that. Has that already happened. What's the deadline. Oh no that's that's going to continue on for at least another month. People can sign up at green gun dot com. Don't forget green has an end to end green gun dot com and sign up to win by barrett fifty cal i had so much fun Shooting that ad. I actually made the shot for three hundred and fifty yards to hit the preists we had and previous the prius exploded. We're going to post that right now. A green do needs a green new deal. You need a fifty cal. I love my bad fifty cal. You need a nineteen eleven. And you're fifty count check it out. It's green with an e. on the end. Green gum dot com. We got to have you back for a whole hour. Thank you for joining us empty pops. Because that's how much she loves you. That's how much she loves america. Follow this lady. You know where to go. It is of course. Wrap 'em t. g. back with your calls here on america first. Gun owners of america is the only no compromise gun lobby from battling the biden. Administration's radical anti-gun agenda to restoring your constitutionally protected rights in the states gio as grassroots army led by a friend of this show. Eric pratt is ready..
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on Pivot
"Story. Marjorie taylor green and rand. Paul of both been suspended from social media this week. Green was booted from twitter for the fourth time after tweeting. The fda quote should not approve the code beck seen. Meanwhile on youtube rand. paul claim that mass were ineffective inviting kobe. nineteen leading to suspension from the site. Their suspension will seven days. Green is one suspension away from permanent band according to twitter which archer. She'll be doing really soon. She's obviously active on getter. Which i have been on lately for reasons. You'll find out soon. Enough is state run social media. They banned me for owen w one week. She can't spell one week for telling the truth. Hall said google and youtube becoming an arm of the government. Paul also revealed week that his wife bought stock and drugmaker behind cova. Treatment is disclosure comes sixteen months late per congressional rules regarding stock trading. Which is of course. He's trying to make money off while also insinuating. There's problems with it. His zebra mass where he has lots of other things he says so if she gets a v band will trigger follow-through actually banner for good. What do you think about this. I think the age of accountability is expanding landing more firmly upon us. And i believe they will also believe you'll raise a lot of money off of it yes exactly. She will perform victimhood very well as she's talented. Doing speaking of aggrieved. Yeah performance art to the shenanigans from the wing around all this stuff and i tolerate a little bit of it because politics can be theater. Cubans can be silly but when we're talking about you know this pandemic which is killed six hundred fifteen thousand just in the us and is ripping the world apart and tara families apart. I would hope that that will be off limits my whole business placed. Obviously because it's not but it's just it's below any kind of line of decency and have much tolerance or patience for people who i know no better. There are smart enough there. They have access their members of congress. They're senators like they get the best intel and the best info so they're going out of their way to play dumb to play loose with the facts and that's influencing people and hurting the country you call political theater but is is it helpful for. There's been several stories about whether they're gonna i sort of hanging covert around these people's tax essentially because now they have a choice and it's really interesting because this is a this is vaccine. Donald trump wants total credit. For of course whatever but he's does it really he doesn't he. Has opportunities has media moments. He's got his blog or whatever and he's got you know there's underpopulated rallies and he could be out there affirmatively encouraging the people who clearly do what he says the capital in his name. I think they'll inject some science into their bodies if he said so so he is under utilizing his power it for this week. Was ashley abbott calling her. Essentially which was crazy. You know just another crazy so waste of power that that person. Yeah i think he was. Galway's the federal self-aggrandizement at this point. But what what is twitter. Do in these situations i mean. For example. i had a really interesting discussion. If if trump runs for president he wins. And i said god forbid to myself internally. What would happen to twitter. Can they not can keep him off. But they're gonna they're gonna throw her off she's gonna she is. She loves this whole game. They're playing with her. But what do they do when these people are continually doing this stuff sort of walking up to the line crossing it coming back next like that. I wanna live in a world. Where twitter does it have. Such concentrated power to have such impact on our society. We live there yet. Hopefully things that are happening on the regulatory front will help us get there. They're not that big though. No date like. Facebook is much bigger. And then i wanna live in a place where they stick by it. You know the we had we. We allegedly live in a rule of law. Nobody's above the law right. That's kind of a premise of american society membership and i. I'd like rules apply equally so it should not be interpreted as it will be. Would it should be political if you violent now where they got themselves into trouble. Historically is that they were so focused on technical engineering they let the social impact go completely off the rails and then they were very selective and then they walked forward and they walk backwards and they lost credibility people described the. Cdc so i get it but we can always expect more and better and so. I expect more and better from twitter. And i think they've started to demonstrate more better so i i encourage more in continue. Consistent enforcement of elected. officials shouldn't trade stock or be uncertainty trading stock thing. I'm with you. There godly always do this iraq within a racket that they got going on. Paul is really quite a loathsome character. But i need someone to yell at on twitter if you took all the politicians off then you're really reducing the value proposition of this platform. Yeah that's fair. That's fair so when she calls it. Though you benches a state run social media. it's it is not let me. just be clear. You don't have to be on twitter. you don't have to be on facebook you don't have to be on youtube. They problem is size. Is is the fact that there's no alternates by the way marjorie you can go over to her. Go over with your people with extremist right-wing thinking coming back to bite them in the but twitter is my pillow. Twitter is the christmas tree. The hobby lobby company right twittering. Private business that they will defend private businesses right to discriminate against lgbtq plus people they will do to discriminate against black people but if they get subject merely to the rules of the platform they cry foul. There's government run so either you believe in private property rights or you don't that is absolutely true. That is one hundred percent. I think what's what's happened. Though is idea what a public square has been changed right and so people consider it the public square and the fact is these people in silicon valley are just making these decisions. And they're so haphazard about how they do it. I think that's the pro and it it's by nature has to be haphazard because it's it's everything coming at you at once from people who are have no ability to handle this and by the way. I don't think i could like. How could i could like you know your off. I have no problem. I love the faith self care. Because i said so the judge has ruled cut here comes the judge says so. That would be my. I'm giving him no good reason. There's no transparency. I just decided to do it. Because i am in power. We're and production for season. Three of how citizen most of my focus is on that pocket. And it's going to be all about tech and how we design spaces and uses of tech. That actually help us show up citizens. I just had an interview with this morning about this. So caesar there's good news on this front. There are people okay designing weekly. We're all living in private spaces and we forgot about the need for intentionally designed spaces for the public and we're using somebody else's lawn when we should kind of build something and mix up where we spend our time. We have libraries hundred parks. We don't just hang out at the mall most but also have died though. there's still a few. I had to spectrum store with my in laws to help them combine their broadband. It's it's a whole thing. That's okay i'm not. It make retail for the washington post and the night before and they were dying then in any case. Where attuned date. Let's quick break when we come back. We'll talk about what. The new census means for national elections and take a listener mail.
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Matt gaetz a congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. I wanna go to the big targets straightaway. I wanna talk about. We'll talk about the gop in a moment. Let's talk about breaking news of the last week of i think it was thursday with e even providing justification with reference to an unpublished appear reviewed indian study The speaker of the house has decreed that everyone has to wear mosques staff members and visitors. Who don't will be arrested. The chief has allegedly climbed back because of things that you guys and your colleagues did. Let's have a little fun. I i said it on my show on thursday. I'm very impressed. That somebody has invented a force field somehow contains cove it in the house but cents so the culture difference with the senate and the house that you guys got to moss nancy. Because thursday she didn't wear moss but in the senate. Nobody has to now so fourth. Let let me start right here. Let's talk about a second. i'm fed up. I am not interested in people telling me that she is the arch. Strategist i think this woman has lost it. She is so she's mari antoinette on steroids and has no even sense of how what she's doing looks like from the outside am i am i crazy. You are totally wrong about this. I believe nancy pelosi is a master. Strategist i believe. She holds power and money over the rank and file and the democratic party. I believe she has greater control over her caucus. Then paul ryan or kevin mccarthy or john bainer ever had so. I don't disrespect the skill of nancy pelosi and think about this. The masks aren't about healthcare. They aren't about mastercard about we know that. So what are they about control. Ashley wants to show a controlled opposition. She wants to show a controlled conference and that increases her power. But we've always been what nancy pelosi spent about. Let me push back in the and then we'll get much to jump in. I'm not talking about her power over her party. Which i think is pretty absolute right But i think a lot of that has to do with power. Relationships have been established over. The last thirty is i'm talking about. Does she have any idea what this will look like to the american population as she wants us depressed. But at this point. Who's gonna trust anything that comes out of her mouth vouchers. Mouth or even democrats want sorry. I'm vaccinated but now my kids. It's coming to an end because like there's a weakness. Now i agree with what matches said which is a master. Strategist i mean. Look at what they're doing. They have everyone focused on the shiny object. Totally the mask. The vaccine passports all the stuff anyway six committee. They're doing all this stuff when really what's happening is socialism the green new deal communist tactics vaginal or border invasion on our border. They're tearing our country to pieces while they have all of us in hysterics over masking vaccine passports and all of this policy doesn't give a damn about covert she did. I should be shutting down the border where there is a mass influx of everything that those illegal aliens are carrying from cova defeating all to whatever. So let's dispense with the notion that she cares about corona virus when she needed votes for political power. She brought people into the chamber of commerce with coast. Are it's about imagery it's about power and you're right they know. They have a crisis of credibility with their embrace of dr fallacy. And what they've put our country and our people through and so they're trying to have us all masked have us all under control with the hopes that the diminution her credibility won't be zero sum. Giving those of us who've been telling the truth more credibility they want us wearing masks they want us in a controlled state. And that's why marjorie was so leading republicans last week marching through the capital massless showing that we are not going to just give in to this tyrant to nancy pelosi regime gene so he his. Let's switch the gop for a second. What what you did last week but both you do the doj and at the prison. Wha- what we wanna see. It's what republican voters want to see every single day. Why is it the one that twelve foot fence went up with the razor wire with the humvee. He's with the force. It takes one of my callers right one of my callers to ring in with this idea. After we see the invasion of illegal immigrants with alexa in biden tee-shirt guy calls up and says you know what i'd like to see the gop with their voters by t shirts that say biden. Nancy lettuce in and go to that fence in dc in their hundreds. I'm sort of cnn. Couldn't ignore you. Nobody could nothing. Zips squash zoli. So here's my my my question to you. Is we know the left. I know the left. My dad was put in prison by communists. He escaped from a communist prison. We understand what they're doing. Is the biggest threat. We face today. Not the establishment. Gop that the biggest threat. We face today is inaction and the refusal to stand up to you. Know what it is you you know like a snow globe with glass. It's really thin glass. It looks like you can't break it but honestly it is so fragile. What means diplomacy pelosi is holding. Together is it's like a bunch of koch tape that the people could go right through. And i don't mean through violence. I mean literally by getting into action and if our gop leadership if republican members of congress would say we've had enough we don't care about the political consultants. We are worried about the polls. We don't about what the media is going to say about us. They would actually get into action. Like matt are. We could completely shatter that glass flows. But you're but you're asking. I think a question that millions of listeners are asking which is who is going to fight for us who is going to lead us. Who can we trust because more and more when you see these typical republicans and their typical talking points. There's not a real belief that they're gonna they're gonna lead us in a battle against the ideas of socialism that would destroy our country that destroyed that ushered destroyed your homeland. So here's my perspective. It is all about the money. Follow the money when republicans get together on capitol hill to have strategy meetings marjorie on. I wanna talk about. Let's fight these mask mandates. Let's stand up for our staff and say they're not going to get arrested because they walk in buildings out of mass and you all the conversations about how do we get. The lobbyists and the political action committees to donate to us again literally at the last meeting. We had. That should have been about these issues that we're discussing on america first radio. The principal issue discussed was money and about how re-ingratiate ourselves to the lobby. I'll it was. It's unbelievable willie at one meeting this week while all the stuff is happening the country's on fire we had one meeting one conference meeting and it was all about fundraising where there were charts giant charts. About how much each each of us have raised and donated to the in our c. c. shut like shaming charts and. Then there were alter calls donate your money. Donate your money. So this is what's happening. You know when they should have been doing. We should have been meeting every single day for as long as we could to figure out how to fight and stop this insane ity and communist whatever i feel your blood pressure rising and so i want you to take a breath here and realized this as well. The people giving the money want the free flow of illegal immigrants across the border. Those issues are tied if you want to know why. Every republican in america is it raising cain every hour of every day about the border. It's because they think if they're soft or tepid on the border that may be the packs that want cheap labor will again find them in their favor moved back them You're not helping my blood pressure. This is it's the truth. And i'm gonna share a story with you. Guys a story with millions of listen views we have right now so I'm sebastian gorka. We're talking to congresswoman module. Taylor green from georgia congressman matt gaetz of florida. It might be a cliche when you say you are what you eat. But it is absolutely true. Eating the right food in your body gets the nutrients it needs to maintain your health and that includes whether you like it or not guys them..
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly
"I mean one thing that's striking when you hit that. Of course we we expect in a way now. The universe the republican universe to support somebody like modules green. Perhaps we have become used to that but in some ways. It's slightly more shocking. The reaction on the democratic side. Brad schneider of illinois congressman is introduced a censure resolution against taylor green that's just sort of big congressional condemnation but quite noticeable the top party officials in the democratic party. Nancy pelosi as speaker of the house have stopped short of calling for taylor green to be expelled for example from congress and preferring instead to say that she should just keep your mouth shut. I mean we get the fear on the republican side only explains why democrats would hesitate at throwing the and throwing it really hard to act mt g right so i think that there is some hesitation among among democrats to throw more attention on marjorie taylor green. Of course they've condemned her most recent comments about the holocaust. But i think that there is some fear that if they try to punish her again as they did in february when they removed from her committees that they may end up actually kind of fueling her rise giving her even more attention in the form of for example. A censure vote yes we know that you create to kind of republican martyr potentially and she's already so massive in the kind of fox news and one america news network world. You don't wanna make even bigger so you know you get that lead stirred interesting contrast that isn't it because it means that even democrats who were very very quick to deal a leadership level to deal with accusations for example of anti semitism when they appeared on their own side and speak of blazey did ask for example congresswoman ilhan omar to apologize when she made comments. I think suggesting that you know support. For the pro is our organization apec was in all about the benjamins all about money and that seemed to a lot of people have an unfortunate echo and their historically and that's he plays he was right on that and yet not going in for the jugular when it comes to somebody on the other side of the political aisle right yes and i think that a republicans have certainly jones on that on that dynamic as well. I think that one of the reasons why actually House minority leader kevin mccarthy condemned greenslade comments about the holocaust is because republicans have been trying more recently to paints a democrats as antisemitic because many progressives our voice criticism of israel during the recent By attacks between israeli forces and hamas in gaza and so it is definitely a dynamic that republicans are eager to jump on. And they're hoping to use that to their benefit as they look to the twenty twenty. Two midterms is that they are trying to paint democrats as antisemitic. And so that's why marjorie taylor. Greens i think did spark some form of statement at least from mccarthy condemning her that comparison because it didn't exactly help their efforts a level. Those kind of allegations against let.
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly
"They were rather quickly to act. I think republican party leaders are dealing with the reality that in many ways their base is actually closer to the marjorie taylor. greens Of the world than they are to for example. The liz cheney's of the world when you look at a whole of the republican party base more than half of republicans believe that the election was stolen from donald trump through widespread voter fraud. That is a complete lie and it has no actual relationship to reality and yet in half of the republican party believes it and near about a quarter of republicans. Uh support theories related to the An cunanan conspiracy theory and so it's really. They are in the difficult position of knowing that their party base supports politicians like a martyr taylor green More than politicians like this cheney. I mean the word soda seems to come down to essentially fear is that republicans in congress. They fear the pro trump base. And that's why. They turned on liz cheney. She had voted for trump impeachment and feel wary of throwing the book. Marjorie taylor green. Because they think the base is it's basically donald trump's party now the base will not tolerate action against trump trump. Like yes. I think that's exactly right. Everything comes down to. does this. Help us or hurt us when it comes to winning back congress next year. The matter of is their moral obligation to punish someone for making anti-semitic and xenophobic comments. That doesn't really factor into the calculus. It seems everything seems. Come down to will help us or hurt us in the elections next year and i. It seems like they've decided that it would do them. More harm in that respect to actually punish margiela green for these comments. Yep so all of this was in the air already. A because of things she had said in past q. And on or jewish space leases. These questions were already being asked but they come. They have come to a head in recent days because something she said which in a way has even people who had got pretty inured to mt. Jeez views on things. Even they get did kind of drop their jewel when they saw her most recent statement and that did promptly some kind of rebuke from the republican leadership. Why don't you just remind us what she said. And how the party leadership reacted. We can look back in time in history where people were told to wear a gold star and they were definitely treated like second class citizens so much so that they were put in trains and cake into gas chambers in nazi germany and this is exactly the type of abuse that needs. Pelosi is talking about sure so in an interview. Marjorie taylor green made the extremely offensive argument..
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Like Liz Cheney. He sent her father out there. Any futures hunting partner and face Are you going? 6108 50 09 90. Look, I'm just trying to deal with this head on. Liz Cheney. Marjorie Taylor Greene, the two most important women in the Republican Party. We're told at this hour, all right? Who stays who goes and I'm accepting at face value that Marjorie Taylor green. I don't know her. I'm just accepting the narrative that she is the craziest rat in a 10 outhouse. Crazy woman ever been elected to Congress. I'm just accepting it at face value. I don't know that that's true. I'm just accepting it. And I'm asking you if you are a trump or a Republican voter at this hour, Which of these two women bother you more in the House of Representatives lives Cheney, who voted to impeach Donald Trump or this woman who would support Donald Trump. To the ends of the Earth and says wacky things on Facebook. It's what I'm asking. So far. I've not heard one person say they'd rather lose Jamie. Say Stay, not one of you. I'm not here to argue. If one of you said Liz Cheney should stay. She's the more sober, responsible one. That's fine. I mean, come on in, if that's your position Let's go to Mary Ann. What do you say, Mary and good morning. I christen this response. Really? Who should stay? Haven't You should stay. Who should stay. Marjorie Taylor, really? Yeah. All right. I don't care what she says about anything, you know. Ah, lot of things like that are proven right? Well at a later date. Mm hmm. Yeah. You know, science fiction goes right. Science fiction, You know, you'll watch it. Star Wars and all that stuff and then all the sudden, later one. Here it is. I don't know if she's right or wrong, but they say she's crazy, but any way you want it to stay. All right. 6108 50 09 90 Bobs and Ben Salem. Hey, Bob. All right. How you doing? I'm great. I can't believe it. Everybody siding with the space laser lady. Well, let me tell you about the space laser Laser lady. I don't know anything about that as far as razor to go out in California, but I do know what she is Spot on. And that's the airplane crash. John John Kennedy 10 boy. His praises brought back broke down on purpose. You got to remember he had the magazine George, but that's not It's not named after. Here's the thing. I don't look, I don't even know about any of it. All I'm saying, is they if people think you're not, so she's not so whatever. They say that Liz Cheney and Marjorie Taylor Greene or the face of the Republican Party in the House. So you're telling me that of these two women you would prefer she stay and Liz go, right? Absolutely. Because Liz Cheney is what to you. She needs to go. Why? Well, first of all products Cheney. Right? Well, correct. Okay, we'll hire the next two grown with him. But that's another story. But first of all, she voted two to impeach a president Trump. She's a phony. All right. 6108 50 09 90 Who goes who stays? I'm tackling this because everybody is telling us these are the two most important women in the Republican Party. Maybe all of Washington right now. Matching Downingtown. Hello, Matt. Very Chris. Good morning. Good morning, sir. Your your opinion on these ladies? Well, Dorthe Chinese daughter has to go. She's part of the establishment. She's always there. Dad was, you know she's a Cheney Come on. You know, Bush era people. Let's let's get them out of there. And Marjorie Taylor green. On the other hand. And you're really hold it against the conspiracy theorists at this point, honestly, so you don't feel uncomfortable If somebody corners you and says, Hey, she's nuts. Matt. She's crazy. Do you stand with that? Do you stand with the crazy things, she says. Well, even a broken clock, right? You know, all right. This is really something. 6108 50 09 90 Mart mikes and Yardley Hey, Mike. Good morning. How are you? I'm doing great greens. Gotta stay and I'll tell you All these I research and Maura Maura about what she's been saying, and it's all lies. They like the hole and a Senate anti Semetic was basically just because she was kind of blasting George Soros. So you know where that good a lot of stuff online people need to research. Yes. Instead, it's been taken out of context as well. Well, hang on just a sec. Can you hang on? You're my king Understood Mikes and Yardley all right, because I've got somebody Steve's and Philadelphia, Steve Steve's in filling that, Steve you say green. It needs to go and you say it's because you think she's anti Semitic. Is that right? That's absolutely right because she didn't just say space laser, she said. A Jewish space later laser she tied the Rothschild family into it, which is a known conspiracy theory. And and, frankly, you know, I don't know how informed the people have called in. Those four are on this issue. But if but if they are in front informative, too sad commentary Liz Cheney made an unfortunate vote recently. But she's been in Congress for I think six or eight years and has been on upstanding, conservative voice. This was an unfortunate vote. Only in the other hand, you've got Marjorie Taylor Greene, who definitely has expressed So meaty seventies, But but what I would say is every time that somebody mentioned larger retail's a green everybody's and fired back with Ilhan. Omar. Who people questioning her. Couldn't agree with that more. Mike. Do you wanna Mike? Do you wanna answer to Steve? Because I just thought since my Steve wanted to make this point, Mike, you have a thought on that. And he's right. You know, Omar? Yeah, We definitely know about her to leave and everything that's what they had said. But I'm not bitter is everybody go re here? Facebook post about about the whole laser. Thanks as she was talking about the California wildfires that she said it came to my attention..
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"W F L A The phone lines are packed. We're gonna go right back to him in a moment again. The numbers 809 69 93 52 809 69 93 52. We're talking about the Republican Party and this Inflection point that it's reached where you have potentially a vote to remove Liz Cheney from leadership at the same time that a large portion of the caucus is giving a pass to Marjorie Taylor Greene. And I think this is real problem for the conservative movement and the way I define the conservative movement, and this is what I want to see from the Republican Party because again, I think it's important to have a strong conservative party in this country to offset What progressives and what the far left want to do. What I want to see. Are conservatives in Congress who can come up with legislation. That, instead of mandating companies to act a certain way can offer up incentives for companies. To make sure that your average American hardworking Person. Benefits from the success of that company. That's not just those top who are reaping the benefits of increased production and profits. Want to conservative party that is fiscally responsible that does take deficits and debt seriously and just doesn't just do lip service. To those issues. I want a conservative party. Who offers up Taymor market based, competitive, based, transparent healthcare system option, as opposed to something like Medicare for all Want a conservative party in this country that strong on national security and serious about it, working with allies using those alliances to push back against adversaries that has a long term strategy for taking on China. That's important that we have that what I'm seeing. Is too much performance of politics. From these people. The loudest voices are not serious people. And just as a response to a previous caller who said Maybe that Marjorie Taylor Greene will learn from all of this won't she's fundraising off all of this, so I know I don't think I don't think she's gonna learn any lessons here. She's literally fundraising off of all of this. And one thing I do need to mention and in this particular conversation. We're really focusing on the Republican Party here. But for Democrats just because I did mention the squad and AOC and Ellen Omar and proceeded to leave and all of them. Democrats have a real problem that they just refused to address with anti Semitism on the left. It's there. It's blatant. And they do nothing about it. They don't push back against it in a serious way. They let these people get away with comments that They would never accept from someone on the right. You said them. There is a real serious problem with anti Semitism on the left, and it's just kind of sitting out there. And the media doesn't pay enough attention to it. And the Democratic Party certainly doesn't pay enough attention to it. 809 69 93 52 is the number of them going to Sean in Tampa now, Sean, thanks for the call. Was going, all right. I'll tell you all the time, man. You need to be running for office. Let me say that Now. You said that the right before I got into this cult you said about the left..
"marjorie taylor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, the concern. Conspiracy theorists out of Georgia Large Marge, She's the new IT girl for the Democrats to hate because the orange man's gone. Donald Trump's not around anymore, and they can't really legislate. They have to hate on somebody. And she's the new target. Yeah, so I think she's a little wacko. I'm not gonna lie. I think she there's some stuff that she believes that is just Totally out there. But this push to have her removed from committees this push to expel her from Congress. Those are ridiculous propositions. She was elected with a huge majority on one big She won big in her district and, you know, say what you want about the voters there. They voted her in and that has to be respected, and we cannot set these presidents that just cause other members of Congress thinks she's crazy, and they don't like her. They're going to expel her, because that means that they're discounting the vote. And again the what about is, um, the hypocrisy. You can't be serious. When you say Take Marjorie Taylor Green off of all of her committees. And then you promote Eric Swalwell to one of the impeachment managers. And he gets to stay on the intel community intel when he was banging a spy. Thank thing they Yeah. They knew about the Intel Committee knew about his relationship with the honey pot, and then they still put him on there. I mean, they do that I got promoted or the fact it zah mate. Thing, And I'm just I'm disappointed. You know, to seeing all this stuff from McCarthy saying, Yeah, he's trying to make deals with Steny Hoyer about what committees you know she's going to get removed from its all nonsense. Mitch McConnell's fired up, too. No, I just, You know, listen, they can think she's wacko. I think she's wacko. But the fact of the matter is she's a member of Congress. She got elected to it fair and square and just cause she's thinks crazy things. So this little hand Omar exactly Let Omar says, just as dangerous things, if not worse, That's exactly right. And so that's that's the way it is. Until somebody votes are out. These people are there to stay. So this Sunday night and I've been talking all week about the game. And on top of that, what kind of food spread? I still haven't made up my mind? I don't know if I wanna have like the trump White House kind of Ricky. Bobby fast food buffet. If I want to ratchet it up a little bit and have you know a grill set. Shin steaks and broads and kegs and all.