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"mark hemingway" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:51 min | 3 months ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"The media big tech in the Democrats seized our elections. Hey there folks I'm talking to Mark Hemingway, the author with Molly Hemingway of the new book rigged. Mark, you mentioned a silver lining earlier. One of the silver linings to me in the horror show that's unfolded in the last year and change is that many Americans who were sleeping are waking up. They they've been forced to wake up, whether it's the high gas prices, the lies that they hear about what happened or didn't happen in Afghanistan. Your average American knows that even if they voted for Biden, something's wrong with this picture, they're not getting what they thought. Everything looks not just not great, but in fact, disastrous. So I think that's a good thing. And I think that many Americans have been persuaded that they need to do more that they need to get involved in their democracy and help keep the republic. And I think your book rigged is for a lot of those people that want to find out what can I do to get involved? I need to get involved in my local elections, my state elections. Would you say that this book will appeal to that kind of a person who wants to know how they can help? Absolutely. I think a big part of what happened and what people feel uneasy about the last election is simply because they a lot of things that we're supposed to happen that we're accustomed to happening are not happening anymore. Like, for instance, you know, we can't report to be shocked that Joe Biden is as bad as he has been, thus far, simply because, you know, he wasn't tested in the election. I mean, you know, no one bothered to pull into account. You know, normally, it's the media's job to ask a lot of probing questions and put people on the hot seat. And that just didn't happen. I mean, the guy camped out in his basement for months, and then they pretended that major corruption. And then they literally censored his major corruption stories involving him. So I think that people are one. They're growing much more skeptical of sort of the established authorities, which is good. They need to start thinking much more independently. And the other thing is that they do need to get more involved in sort of their local elections. There are various ways to do that. But they need to start paying attention to what's going on in terms of local city city offices. How elections are managed and what their state legislature is doing to ensure that they have confidence in their elections. Already in states like Georgia, Texas and other places that had all kinds of problems, you're seeing reform movements and hopefully the voters follow through and make sure that those have teeth. The election coming up 2022, it's right around the corner practically. Do you have a sense that the American people will be able to trust what happens then will we be able to move quickly enough? That is a really good question. You know, I don't know. I mean, the 2020 and 2016 were both extraordinarily close elections. And when you have a really close elections, that highlights all of these problems within the system. 2022, at least thus far is not shaping up to be a close, particularly close election. It looks like Republicans are going to do well no matter what. So it's harder to make an issue out of things that might make a difference around the margins in terms of tweaks to election law and things of that nature. So I don't know. If it turns out to be an extraordinarily close election, then, you know, maybe there won't have been time to make a difference. But if it's just a blowout for Republicans, then it won't really matter. I'm not even persuaded that the last election was closed. That's what I think the problem is. In other words, it seems common sense tells you very few people would vote for a doddering man political hack career politician, like Joe Biden. It's just common sense. Some people hated Trump enough that they were willing to do that. But the idea that Trump can get these monstrous crowds, enthusiastic people, and that Biden can barely take questions from the press. I really wonder what the exact results were of the last election. In any event, very grateful to you, Mark Hemingway and tamale Hemingway for writing the book rigged thanks and God bless you..

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:37 min | 3 months ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"There folks I'm talking to Mark. Hemingway, AKA Molly Hemingway. Mark, you mentioned Zuckerberg. He spent 400 million dollars to do something. The question is, was that wrong? Was that illegal? Can we blame him? What went So, in this case, Mark Zuckerberg spent in excess of $400 million on what was supposed to be improving the election infrastructure in America. Ostensibly, these were largely COVID grants like they were supposed to be going to the pay for PPE for election workers and things like that. In reality, he funded this money went through liberal groups where there were strings attached. And all of a sudden these liberal groups, this wasn't just like outside spending or liver groups were going in to try and have an impact on election. These people were embedded in election offices with public officials that were supposed to be bipartisan or non partisan. And as a result, you know, Zuckerberg's own people, essentially, we're doing everything from designing ballots to having access to state voter data is this illegal. No, and that's the crazy thing about it. This is like so insane that anyone would have tolerated this that no one ever even thought to pass any laws against it. You know, right now there's a bill in Congress, for instance, where they want to stop the private funding of deploying of National Guard troops at the border, which is something a bunch of rich people in Texas did recently. And I think there are, I agree with that. I think there are certain functions that are so important that should not be funded privately because of the risk of tainting them. And this is a classic example of that when but Democrats and by the way, this money was by Mark Zuckerberg was deployed in such a way that was extremely partisan, for instance, you know, Trump counties in Pennsylvania received 59 cents in Zuckerberg money per voter, whereas, you know, Biden counties averaged 2.85 per voter in terms of the money they got from Zuckerberg. And this is specifically targeted to democratic counties to basically juice democratic turnout and it came from a Facebook that came from the CEO of Facebook. I mean, if that doesn't sync the high heaven, I don't know what does. The good news is that the Republican legislatures are now trying to ban the private funding of election administration. What happened in Maricopa County recently, everywhere I look, I get the impression. Even if I didn't know what to think or if I didn't have a dog in the fight, I would get the impression that the Democrats are scared to death of transparency. When someone is scared to death of transparency, that tells me they have something to hide. Am I mistaken? Have I misread some of the foot dragging that I have seen in Arizona and in other places? Well, I mean, obviously, there was a lot going on there with the Arizona recount and some of it was did seem a little crazy, but having said that in terms of the initial decision to do a recount, Arizona was a state that was well known for actually running fairly clean elections. I mean, the Arizona is not like Pennsylvania or Wisconsin where there are a long history of shenanigans in terms of counting ballots. And Arizona was the opposite of that. So why anyone would have feared a recount in Arizona, especially when it didn't actually change things? I think does kind of reveal to what you're saying there that they are suspected transparency. When you refer to shenanigans, are you talking about anti American criminal activity? Well, like, for instance, you know, in 2020, a former democratic congressman was indicted by the Justice Department for fraud over several elections in Philadelphia, involving tampering with voting machines. I mean, like, that stuff still happens in America. You know, is it you know on a crazy widespread basis? Well, it's hard to say because there's so little effort in this country put into policing voter fraud. But, you know, we know it's been a major part of our history and what's crazy is that most people don't realize it wasn't until like 1950 or so that all 50 states basically had private in person voting in this country that had a secret ballot. You know, which is something that we've taken grant for granted forever. There's been a history of corruption in this country. Do you discount machine fraud along the lines of what Mike lindell got into? The reason I ask is because there was a film put out by HBO, a few years ago called kill chain. Coming mainly from a democratic point of view, but it made extremely clear. That it is possible to hack the machines couldn't be easier, frankly, to hack the machines. And the Democrats were deeply worried about it. And the moment the election was called for Biden, everybody went mom, nobody mentions kill chain made by HBO, hardly in bed with the GOP, or the Trump voter. What do you think about that side of things? Because a lot of people think that if we don't go to paper ballots, if we don't do away with these mysterious machines, no one will ever believe that the election was not stolen. Yeah. Well, I think that there is no proof that is, you know, convincing proof that has emerged at all that voting machines were hacked or tampered with in such a way that it had a significant impact on the 2020 election. That is not the same thing as saying that just because there's no proof, and I'm not saying that just because there's no proof that we should not be concerned about how easy voting machines are to hack. I mean, obviously, cybersecurity experts have demonstrated this again and again and again and again. And we have plenty of reasons to believe that cyber warfare and all these other things are ramping up. So this is something that we need to be very, very careful about. And it's like everything else, you know, a big part of the reliability of our system and a big part of our democracy relies upon them and this is something time in the book. The consent of the losers, you know, that we all accept the results are valid. And if you don't have confidence in the election and that confidence is not widely shared, then you have a huge huge problem on your hands, regardless of whether or not there's proof of there being there being an election hacked or outright fraud. So you need to put you need to put measures in place so that people have confidence in the outcome. And unfortunately for Democrats and their agenda, that does mean much more emphasis on in person voting and much less emphasis on electronic voting, I think, as we go, why wouldn't China, for example, the Chinese communist leaders? They're evil. They don't, they not only don't believe in God. They don't believe that human beings or anything except product to be used as they see fit. Why would people that are as immoral as that shrink from doing anything they possibly could to install a man who's effectively a puppet who will certainly never dream of standing up to them in the way that Trump did, isn't it perfectly logical to assume that they would do everything to make that happen? It just strikes me that way. I don't think that's a crazy concern at all. I mean, obviously, tampering with an election on that scale is not above China and it's certainly possibility. I mean, I can only say that, you know, no convincing proof is emerged. That has happened. Well, forgive me, we're going to go to a break a few more minutes left. With Molly Hemingway and Mark Hemingway, brand new book, rigged,.

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Mark Zuckerberg Spent $400 Million to 'Improve' Election Infrastructure

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Mark Zuckerberg Spent $400 Million to 'Improve' Election Infrastructure

"There folks I'm talking to Mark. Hemingway, AKA Molly Hemingway. Mark, you mentioned Zuckerberg. He spent 400 million dollars to do something. The question is, was that wrong? Was that illegal? Can we blame him? What went So, in this case, Mark Zuckerberg spent in excess of $400 million on what was supposed to be improving the election infrastructure in America. Ostensibly, these were largely COVID grants like they were supposed to be going to the pay for PPE for election workers and things like that. In reality, he funded this money went through liberal groups where there were strings attached. And all of a sudden these liberal groups, this wasn't just like outside spending or liver groups were going in to try and have an impact on election. These people were embedded in election offices with public officials that were supposed to be bipartisan or non partisan. And as a result, you know, Zuckerberg's own people, essentially, we're doing everything from designing ballots to having access to state voter data is this illegal. No, and that's the crazy thing about it. This is like so insane that anyone would have tolerated this that no one ever even thought to pass any laws against it. You know, right now there's a bill in Congress, for instance, where they want to stop the private funding of deploying of National Guard troops at the border, which is something a bunch of rich people in Texas did recently. And I think there are, I agree with that. I think there are certain functions that are so important that should not be funded privately because of the risk of tainting them. And this is a classic example of that when but Democrats and by the way, this money was by Mark Zuckerberg was deployed in such a way that was extremely partisan, for instance, you know, Trump counties in Pennsylvania received 59 cents in Zuckerberg money per voter, whereas, you know, Biden counties averaged 2.85 per voter in terms of the money they got from

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Very Few People Do Monstrous Things While Thinking 'I'm Doing Something Monstrous'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | 3 months ago

Very Few People Do Monstrous Things While Thinking 'I'm Doing Something Monstrous'

"I'm talking to the husband of Molly Hemingway, Mark Hemingway together they put together a brand new book called rigged, how the media big tech and the Democrats seized our elections. Mark, you were just saying that these generals and others who signed the letter calling the Hunter Biden laptop story Russian disinformation, they seem all to have known that they were lying that they were lying to the American people that they were using their public personae in a way that would be effective because of who they are and because of their titles. And that they did it because they thought they had to save the republic from another Trump presidency. And I only half jokingly refer to Hitler because very few people do monstrous things thinking I'm doing something monstrous. They always have what they think of as good reasons. The difference is that in a country of laws, like the United States of America, there are these guardrails. There's the constitution. We have jail for people who break laws. How is it you think that so many high figures, including Hillary Clinton would very very seriously lie? Another was know that they're lying and with a straight face, speak to American voters and citizens and say things that they know aren't even slightly true. With some desired effect. Do you suppose that they never thought that they would be found out? Is that part of it? I mean, so in the case of someone as large as Hillary Clinton, I mean, I do think that they're do exist, you know, avaricious narcissists at a level in our league leadership in this country that should be concerning to us. As for, you know, people that are further down the rung that are the lieutenant supporting all this nonsense, I think a big part of the problem, of course, is the media in this country. We have a hugely asymmetric media system in this country. You know, if I want to know what a liberal in this country thinks I can turn on the television in ten seconds later, I know what it is. You know, liberals in this country on the other hand, because they have such hegemonic control of all of these institutions, you know, they're not out there subscribing to the Claremont review of books or watching Eric metaxas to see what conservatives think about important

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:04 min | 3 months ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Time, you're counting on the local authorities or in this case, a democratic Justice Department to go in and point out that Democrats are cheating and you know that's not going to happen. So a lot of this is about restoring the perception of fairness to our elections because there were several things that happened where the election laws were applied inconsistently and they created opportunities for fraud. And nobody knows what happened. And so people are right to have questions about this. So you're going out on a limb and saying that fraud is wrong. Yes. Election fraud is very wrong. But, you know, in contrary to what a lot of people have said, you know, election fraud is also very real. And we have at least one presidential election in living memory in 1960 where historians sort of broadly agree that, you know, there's plenty of evidence to suggest it might literally have been stolen from the person who rightfully won it. And at the same time, you know, there are plenty of isolated examples of voter fraud or problems with mail in ballots. There was an entire election that we talked about in the book and I broke this news nationally in 2020 where Patterson New Jersey was a city council election that was substantially tainted by mail in ballot fraud, where they figured something like 30% of the mail in ballots were fraudulently cast. Well, it's always difficult in a sense to come to terms with a reality without appearing to say as though well, these things happen. It's kind of like, you know, if the neighbor rapes and kills someone else and somebody says, well, you know, boys will be boys. You would most people would be offended and saying, that's not appropriate to say that just because it's happened before. It's horrific. I get the idea that many Americans are convinced that the election was in fact stolen. And of course, there are all these different words and ways to look at it. So before we go further into what I think is vitally important, which is what you write about in this book with Mali. About how to fix it. Do you rule out that the election was stolen even though you don't make that case? That's not what the book is about. I think that in an election where you know, well over a 150 million ballots were cast. That was decided by 40,000 votes across a handful of states. You know, you can't have a lot of confidence that that result was accurate at the end of the day. You know, I mean, there are plenty of other ways, you know, again, I would stress though to think about how this election was rigged other than your actual ballot counting. I mean, for instance, you talked about this in the book, and this polling showing that had the media accurately reported the Hunter Biden scandal instead of literally broadly censoring it that enough votes would have changed hands easily to provide and to have lost the election. So yeah, like I said, you know, there are all kinds of specific things here that, you know, cast out upon how this election turned out. But you could largely say that about any close election. One of the frustrating things about what's going on here is that, you know, you have to remember, there were official protests by Democrats in Congress. And widespread conspiracy theories surrounding the 2002 1004 election and the 2016 election, which were all coincidentally won by Republicans. And go back to 2004, we're talking like crazy conspiracies about Carl rose cronies hacking voting machines in Ohio. And this was largely accepted by the mainstream media. You know, the Hillary Clinton spent four years after 2016 literally calling Trump an illegitimate president that was installed by Russians and explicitly saying this. And this was never condemned. And now all of a sudden, Biden ekes out the narrowest of victories in the circumstances and it's been totally illegitimate and unpatriotic to even suggest there might be problems in our voting system. Where do we lay the blame? In other words, I think that there's layers, right? To me, the idea that a number of deep state actors, you don't call themselves that. But would sign a letter calling the Hunter Biden laptop, Russian disinformation. I think in a civilized society in the 19th century, many of them would be shot. In other words, I think that this is a level of horror in America that we've now act as though well, these are grave grave crimes against democracy because we all know that it wasn't Russian disinformation. So the idea that people would prostitute their titles and the credibility they've earned over decades for a nakedly political act I just confess that I don't know where to go with it. I'm staggered that we've come to this point. Not even to touch upon the idea that an entire journalistic class. Apart from heroes like you and Molly Hemingway, your wife and others, a few heroes would actually talk about this. But this is at least unprecedented in our lifetimes. I just can't remember anything that even comes near this, including 1968, then what followed? Yeah. You know, we tried to talk about this in the book. I mean, part of the problem, I think here is that people have a hard time wrapping their heads around the totality of the problem. It would be very almost comforting to think that there's someone behind the scenes twirling their mustache, you know, pulling all the strings and making all this happen. But the reality is is that we have this sort of like hive mind that operates by playing cultural divides against each other, where people just do this stuff, you know, kind of on in locks in lockstep without being told what to do, right? They're just convinced that the other side is so bad that they can bend the rules because they're saving us from some sort of larger harm. It's like that great C. S. Lewis quote about, you know, how much worse to live under moral busybodies than, you know, criminals, essentially, because the moral busybodies will torment you without end, you know, rather than simply satiating the grid. And that's, I think what's going on here. Like you mentioned, for instance, the case of the 50 intelligence professionals that came out and condemned the Hunter Biden laptop as Russian disinformation without knowing at all, whether it was Russian disinformation. I mean the reality is is these people are just so gaslighted that the opposition is evil. But they're willing to say whatever they need to do. That's the point. And parenthetically, that's why Hitler killed the Jews. He thought they were bad. And he needed to take action. We're going to be right back talking to the husband, so I'm told of Molly Hemingway, the book is rigged how the media big tech and the Democrats seized our elections, don't go away. Hey, folks Eric, taxes here. Joe Biden and the Democrats have laid out the most socialist agenda, our country has ever seen. Instead of following president Trump's blueprint that had the economy booming, the Dems are going to raise taxes, increase regulations and skyrocket and already outrageous national debt. If your retirement is in traditional investments, it is in jeopardy..

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"They have to tell them the beer the lies and this has been ongoing. I mean trump trump has problem and invited a lot a- mess we have but i tell you what when you look at the fbi and the justice department and and the media I that we had to be a lot To withstand as an individual because he didn't have a whole lot of people he had trag kraus's and nobody knows whether the crowds are still there or not but he had a lot of support that probably kept him goi but When it comes to the official endorsement by the The the establishment or or the government and the justice department they were. They were more likely to be the enemies and friends. Try to take care of this mass. It's interesting a couple of things that are. I think particularly interesting. I wish here's a great summary of what happened because it's pretty easy to follow and this is actually written by a friend of mine. Mark hemingway in the federalists actually both journalism fellows together many moons ago. But he sums it up very well. In some the washington post enormously printed fabricated quotes. They knew from a secondhand source in the office of a political enemy. It couldn't confirm the quotes with additional sourcing but they still attributed them to the sitting. President of the united states use those quotes basis to speculate that the president had committed a crime and the democratic party. Later repeatedly site the bogus article when attempting to impeach trump for high crimes and misdemeanors. That's a very good summary of what happened and it's very ugly. This is something that's journalism one. Oh one you probably wouldn't even see this in junior high school newspaper this kind of shoddy journalism but it wasn't shoddy wasn't slipshod for a reason and it was on purpose and interestingly enough this attribution is simple similar in the first impeachment. Trial also came out yesterday and it wasn't it didn't get the attention it should have gotten but you remember the whole. Uk ukraine great gate. Quid pro quo. There was a phone call where trump got on with zelenskiy the president of ukraine and said. Hey if you do this. We'll do that helped my campaign that whole thing turns out to be bogus in the way that was reported because the information is now come out the colonel vindman. Remember him american. Interestingly enough have been offered the defense ministry position in ukraine three times separately he was the only one. In on the call and of course speaking ukrainian. He's the only one that understood what happened. He misrepresented it or he passed it on to the so called whistleblower in the intelligence community who then blew the whistle on it And knew that it was fake. So the same thing. The media ran with fake information as if it were true. They didn't look into it and so we're seeing for both impeachment. Trials the same kind of fake mainstream media reporting and goal was to do anything to get rid of trump. And we've always said there are plenty of things that could to make him look bad but this was absolute lies..

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Comedy family's flying for the holidays. It says it'll make a small number of rows available to families and Wal Mart is taking precautions against what it calls civil unrest After the election. It's temporarily pulling guns and ammunition from its shelves. Missed any of the show. You subscribe to the buck Sexton show podcast on my heart radio or wherever you get your podcasts. What can the first impeachment of President Trump teaches about the second when it comes to the procedures when it comes to what we should expect, and what's going to happen and is happening right now, Mark Hemingway is with us right now. He's a senior writer for real clear investigations. He's got an excellent piece on this one mark. Thanks so much for joining. Hey, glad to be here. So so tell us. What is it? You you've been deep diving right now. We're in impeachment 2.0. But what happened in impeachment 1.0 a year ago that we need to be thinking about as this current one unfolds. Well, I think there's a lot of like anguished and people tearing their hair out over. You know how Republicans reacting in this impeachment now you know, we can set aside all of the crazy constitutional questions on did you know Process that they're throwing out now. And if you look at what happened in the first impeachment, it's not hard to explain why so many supporters of Trump and so many congressional publicans air just disgusted by what they're saying now, I mean, people have sort of for gotten, and certainly the media didn't do a good job of helping people explain what was going on. But that first impeachment just like completely poisoned the well. Um, Impeachment is supposed to be like our most solemn process for, you know, holding democratically elected officials accountable and what happened here? We had Adam Schiff basically depose every witness in a house impeachment trial, say for the first one, um, in a secretive manner. Where Republicans would face ethics charges. If they you know were to, you know, say anything about what happened, you know, under questioning with these people, Republicans were not allowed to call any witnesses to ask any questions about Biden. Corruption that you know might have possibly, you know, justified the president asking for an investigation and dividing corruption from the Ukrainian president. Republicans were just across the board so disgusted by one Democrats, you know, drive to impeach the president. Um, even before they actually got around to doing it. I mean, there were three impeachment votes. Remember on spurious charges, you know, including things like Trump disrespected NFL players wouldn't stand for the national anthem, You know?.

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We're talking to Mark Hemingway. He's got a piece of on the federalist com hiding biding. Now Democrats and media crafted the first impeachment to help defeat Trump. In 2020 and tell me about the DNC mark. The DNC Ukraine nexus. Well, yeah. I mean, that was the whole another thing that Republicans wanted to ask about in the impeachment trial that they couldn't remember. They had this. This woman who was a consultant for the DNC name Andre Chiluba. Who met with Ukrainian officials during the election to get dirt allegedly on Trump campaign officials like Paul Manafort, right? So you know, Democrats who are you know, upset that Trump is asking for dirt on political rivals were doing exactly the same thing. And you know, in the middle of the 2016 election. No, It's really, um, just a case study here in projection in so many ways. It's amazing, isn't it When you see how this whole thing has unfolded? And the fact that we're just just taking a step back as a reasonable person. The fact that we're going through now a second impeachment of the same now former president then first time around president 12 1 span. She shows him and I really think that term Trump Derangement syndrome is apt. And I think that he has broken people. I think that he they're Democrats that took his presidency. Deeply personally, and they really view this, as if nothing else an opportunity for them to get in some parting shots against the guy that they don't just disagree with. They really hate him. I mean, they deeply despise Donald Trump. Well, it's interesting despising us. I think that he threatened them. I mean, this populist upheaval that you know, trump sort of, you know, rode into office..

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Outside. Your heart starts being really, really fast. You've never done anything so hard in your life. This is camp. This is the real thing. Now it's such extreme pain. You don't understand how you can change. I can feel that there was no way I was ever gonna have my title. US. Marie It takes special inner strength, courage and desire to do this e was just thinking I'm so close so close and when I finished, I was like Done. I did it. The moment I will never forget. It was when this drill instructor that I admire so much comes up to me straight in front of me. You know, I'm on my shoulder and said Good morning, Marine. You have see some revolting became a Marine. Can you visit marines dot com or call 1 800 Marines. If you proud the Marines Stay tuned for the Mark Levin Show right after Buck Sexton on talk radio 6 80 WCBS radio or wherever you get your podcasts. What can the first impeachment of President Trump teaches about the second when it comes to the procedures when it comes to what we should expect and what's gonna happen and is happening right now? Mark Hemingway is with us right now. He's a senior writer for real clear investigations. He's got an excellent piece on this one. Mark. Thanks so much for joining. Hey, glad to be here. So so tell us. What is it? You You've been deep diving right now. We're in impeachment 2.0. What? What happened in impeachment 1.0 a year ago that we need to be thinking about as this current one unfolds. Well, I think there's a lot of like anguished and people tearing their hair out over. You know how Republicans reacting in this impeachment now you know, we can set aside all of the crazy constitutional questions on you know. Process that they're throwing out now. And if you look at what happened in the first impeachment, it's not hard to explain why so many supporters of Trump and so many congressional publicans air just disgusted by what they're saying now, I mean, people have sort of for gotten, and certainly the media didn't do a good job of helping people explain what was going on. But that first impeachment just like completely poisoned the well. Impeachment is supposed to be like our most solemn process for, you know, holding democratically elected officials accountable and what happened here? We had Adam Schiff basically depose every witness in a house impeachment trial, say for the first one. Um, in a secretive manner where Republicans would face ethics charges, if they you know were to, you know, say anything about what happened. You know, under questioning with these people, Republicans were not allowed to call any witnesses to ask any questions about Biden. Corruption that you know might have possibly, you know, justified the president. Asking for an investigation and dividing corruption from Ukrainian President Republicans were just across the board so disgusted by one Democrats, you know, drive to impeach the president. Um, you know, even before they actually got around to doing it, I mean, there were three impeachment votes. Remember on spurious charges, you know, including things like Trump disrespected NFL players wouldn't stand for the national anthem. You know? So here we are. After having gone through all of that now they're wanting. You know, Republicans in the meeting everyone, they're all like rallying around the flag trying to get Republicans to, you know, convict this president when You know, it's Lindsey Graham said he had a couple of days ago. I mean, the whole thing feels like an assault on the presidency itself. Speaking to Mark Hemingway, he's got a piece out. Uh, well, numerous pieces one here hiding Biden how Democrats and media crafted the first impeachment toe Help defeat Trump in 2020 sub headline here. A news blackout may have helped propelled by the victory, but questions regarding the binds have not Going away the mark. That's another really interesting component. All this because the first impeachment was all premised on this idea that Trump was trying to sic the Ukrainian authorities on his chief political rivals, son, right. That was the whole story and that it was essentially asking. I mean, remember, Adam Schiff was was one of the ones that was always saying. To manufacture political dirt. But there's now even greater reason before to believe he wasn't even the question didn't even involve manufacturing dirt. It was there's actually dirt on Hunter Biden. That's exactly right. It was kind of amazing it remember, like Circumstances have led to the first impeachment. Democrats were so convinced that the Mueller investigation would produce impeachable charges. They basically all the promises their face. And then when the Mueller reports just blew up in their faces on television, and in the summer of 2019 they? You know, ship immediately pivoted to this, You know, crazy whistle blower complaint, which he had a hand of bringing along and then blew that up in the impeachment. The problem is, is that I couldn't make you know this a big public issue without having to address the issue of Biden corruption, So that's why they made everything secret right? Republicans will tell you to this day that you know if it had been a transparent process where they could have called their own witnesses, And they could have publicly asked questions about fighting corruption of the first impeachment and not only would have blown up the entire piece of proceeding that the Democrats tried But also if you know, created a big political stink for Joe Biden, who was, you know, even in the fall of 2020 was a start falling. 1920 19 was already the favorite to be Democratic, the Democratic candidate for president. I mean, it could have, you know, had a serious impact on the election. Instead, you know they weren't allowed to raise any of those questions. And by the time we get through impeachment, the feeling general in the media is well, you know, Biden must be immune from any sort of, you know, corruption issues and we get by October. We have a situation where they're literally censoring news about Fighting corruption on did you know that may well have been the difference in the election. You write in your piece here As many as 45% of Biden voters said they were unaware of hunters financial scandals before the election. That's likely because Democrats.

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Than the Constitution itself, including Those members and so, yes, they can try to show a video. I think it shows desperation. The house managers have got caught, and I think you already hear parts of how they're going to take apart. Your entire article of impeachment that it was written but wrong, but it didn't actually lacked the process that they rushed this that they month and a half later. This is not the same, and the people don't feel the same. And And why are we talking about? You know Donald Trump every day now to the next week and a half and in the hole lead up to this instead of what the Biden administration is trying to accomplish. It's because of that fear that President Trump and his supporters I think the word was used. Cancel out the cancel culture. They want to cancel this president. And they want to somehow cancel supporters. You could shut down his Twitter account. But you can't shut down 75 million people and their views aren't going to change. And in fact you're reminding them about why they have these years. Constitutionally, you know, it's like even Senator, Cornyn said. I keep going back to it. They go down this road and they don't hold this vote today. And, yes, it will show that the president cannot will not be a peach still be acquitted again, He'll be vindicated again. They will go down a road that now opens the door for Republican senators to say You know what you know, Republican house to say. You know what Barack Obama was that fast and furious where people got killed. Is he directly responsible? What about the Irish targeting of conservative groups that that's certainly a high crime and misdemeanor? Do we now impeach him for just the purpose of going through it, And maybe then we get a vote on so he can't hold office City wards taking the event take away all his advantages. Being a former president, like his security, you know, that's at issue here to take you away your security taking away your ability. Keep your family thinks that that is that again will be part of that. I think the bigger argument here. But today all about the boat that happens. Let me take a break. We'll come back on the other side. Jordan, secular Gregg Jarrett Later on Andy Biggs and Mark Hemingway weigh in. All right, Ladies and gentlemen, final weeks. Shamo knees Valentine's Day Cell for a few days more Get their brand news. Oh teak, that deep correcting serum for free When you order their number one bestseller, Genya Salt to get rid of bags. Puffiness under your eyes and other words. Say goodbye. The adult acne readiness Stress break out. Say hello to increase firmness, smoothness. And a visibly younger you now so Teke, it combines the purest vitamin C with the brightening benefits of lactic acid for younger, healthier, happy looking appearance..

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Investigations. Let me ask you about another real clear investigation that has to do with how Democrats crafted the first impeachment helping you know, and the impact it had on 2020 in the help of the media. And more specifically, you know, if you look at the razor thin swing state margins, perhaps am I wrong in thinking that If the American people and access to a lot of the information that was suppressed on behalf of Joe Biden by Big Tech by the news media the mob as I call them Eyes it is that a leap to think that that could have swung the election and Trump's favor. Oh, not at all. I mean, there's been pulling that has shown basically that there's a You know what? That Almost certainly Biden with loss If it had been sort of widely discussed, there were polls that showed that huge numbers of buying voters weren't even aware of the hunter Biden corruption stuff. It was so successfully blocked out by this, you know, sort of huge word, but collusion between the Democratic Party in the media. Um and I have no doubt that it would have made a massive difference in the election. If the president fair and in terms of, you know, covering that stuff, and we all know if there had been this kind of corruption involving one of the Trump kids. The media would have gone overboard. On top of that. In November, it took out the election. We had reporters like Sam Stein, who I believe is now the White House editor for Politico like literally spiking the football online and saying That the difference between the Biden story and the Hillary Clinton left top story that was the big October's president. The Wiener back in 2016 was that we made sure that in the media we made sure that the hunter Biden laptop story didn't spread out into you know the mainstream news, and we deliberately made that choice to call it Russian disinformation and And that must have been the difference in the trumps narrow victory in 2016 and Trump's narrow victory in 2020. He may not have been wrong, but you know, learning just a few weeks later that they had suppressed the true story. You think that would prompt some sort of, you know dramatic reflection upon the media establishment that they went out, calling a story that turned it into a true mark of some kind of laughing about media reflection or introspection. Or an examination of their practices. Thies, the same people that spread nothing but a pure conspiracy theory for three straight years, and they never retracted. They never apologize. They never corrected the record. Yeah. I mean, they're obviously not just impeachment and abide corruption there. Any of these number number wild goose chases the media covered ad nauseam. Russia being a chief example. Um, where, you know, that might have been the difference the election to when? What if they hadn't spent, you know, four years, saying Trump was in treasonous Lee colluding with Russia, Um with that It's 1 40,000 votes. We could just go down the line here. But yes, it is truly alarming. I think the way that the media have decided to basically, you know, cheerlead and, you know, compete for Democrats essentially well said. All right, Mark Hemingway, senior writer. Real clear investigations. Thank you, sir. For being with us. We appreciate your insight. 809 41, Sean, If you wanna be a part of the program, like many of you Well, yeah, I used to suffer from insomnia and these are troubled times. Let's see Impeachment. Insurrection. Riots. Pandemic rough election. Okay, we all need want crave desire more sleep. Well, that's where all things my pillow dot com come in, and even my clindell part of canceled culture. Now he can't even promote his business, which is.

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on 600 WREC

"That has to do with how Democrats crafted the first impeachment helping you know, and the impact it had on 2020 and the help of the media. And more specifically, you know, if you look at the razor thin swing state margins, perhaps am I wrong in thinking that if the American people at access to a lot of the information that was suppressed on behalf of Joe Biden by Big Tech by the news media the mob as I call them Eyes it is that a leap to think that that could have swung the election and Trump's favor. Oh, not at all. I mean, there's been pulling that has shown basically that there's a You know what? That Almost certainly Biden with loss if it had been sort of widely discussed, you know, there were polls that showed that huge numbers of buying voters weren't even aware of the hunter Biden corruption stuff. It was so successfully blocked out by this, you know, sort of hate youth word but collusion between the Democratic Party in the media. Um and I have no doubt that it would have made a massive difference in the election. If the press have been fair and in terms of, you know, covering that stuff, and we all know if there had been this kind of corruption involving one of the Trump kids. In the media would have gone overboard on top of that, In November, just at the election, we had reporters like Sam Stein, who I believe is now the White House editor for Politico like literally spiking the football online and saying That the difference between the Biden story and the Hillary Clinton left top story That was the big October surprise of Anthony Weiner back in 2016 was that we made sure that in the media we made sure that the hunter Biden laptop story didn't spread out into you know the mainstream news, and we deliberately made that choice to call it Russian disinformation and And that must have been the difference in the trumps narrow victory in 2016 and Trump's narrow victory in 2020. He may not have been wrong, but you know, learning just a few weeks later that they had suppressed the true story. You think that would prompt some sort of, you know, dramatic reflection upon the media establishment that they went out calling a story that turned it into a true mark. I'm kind of laughing about media reflection or introspection. Or an examination of their practices. Thies, the same people that spread nothing but a pure conspiracy theory for three straight years, and they never retracted. They never apologize. They never corrected the record. Yeah, I mean, they're obviously not just impeachment and abide corruption there. Any of these numbers numbers wild goose chases the media covered ad nauseam. Russia being a chief example. Um, where, you know, that might have been the difference the election to when? What if they hadn't spent, you know, four years, saying that Trump was in treasonous Lee colluding with Russia, Um with that It's 1 40,000 votes. We could just go down the line here. But yes, it is truly alarming. I think the way that the media have decided to basically, you know, cheerlead and, you know, compete for Democrats essentially well said. All right, Mark Hemingway, senior writer. Real clear investigations. Thank you, sir. For being with us. We appreciate your insight. 809 41, Sean, If you wanna be a part of the program, like many of you Well, yeah, I used to suffer from insomnia and these are troubled times. Let's see Impeachment. Insurrection. Riots. Pandemic rough election. Okay, we all need want crave desire more sleep. Well, that's where all things my pillow dot com come in, and even my clindell part of canceled culture. Now he can't even promote his business, which is.

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And, yes, it will show that the president cannot will not be a peach still be acquitted again, He'll be vindicated again. They will go down a road that now opens the door for Republican senators to say You know what you know, Republican house to say. You know what Barack Obama was that fast and furious where people got killed. Is he directly responsible? What about the Irish targeting of conservative groups? That's that's certainly a high crime and misdemeanor. Do we now impeach him for just the purpose of going through it, And maybe then we get a vote on so he can't hold office City board. Take any event take away all his advantages. Being a former president, like his security, you know, that's at issue here to take you What your security taking away your ability. Keep your family thinks that that is that again will be part of that. I think the bigger argument here. Today, all about the vote that happens. Let me take a break. We'll come back on the other side. Jordan's secular Gregg Jarrett later on any Biggs and Mark Hemingway weigh in. All right, Ladies and gentlemen, Final weeks. Shamo knees Valentine's Day Cell for a few days more and get their brand news. Oh teak, They're deep correcting serum for free. When you order their number one bestseller, Genya Cell to get rid of bags, populace on the rise. In other words, say goodbye. The adult acne readiness Stress break out. Say hello to increase firmness, smoothness. And a visibly younger you now so TK combines the purest vitamin C with the brightening benefits of lactic acid for younger, healthier, happy looking appearance..

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on WDRC

"Simply by listening. You're proving how smart you really are. Lars. Thanks. You. Welcome back to the Lars Larson. Chal. Get bank your call shortly. It 866 Hey, Lars. That's 8664395277. I guess it doesn't surprise me that much that it wasn't Joe Biden sparkling personality or the way he had a way with words. Won him the 2020 election. It was the Democrat Party and the mainstream media and a few other allies that actually turned the trick for him. Mark Hemingway is an investigative journalist with real clear investigations. Mark welcome back to the program. And how exactly did the Democrats and the mainstream media and the big tech giants and a lot of other allies? Lay that path of the Biden 2020 win by fortifying the election. Uh, well, um I mean, if we're talking about the Molly ball article, um I'm still just astonished that that made it through layers of, you know, editing and magazine used phrases like a ball and control the flow of information and, you know, redo election rules. I mean, I You know, I don't know whether what's described in the article because it's kind of beauty, lacking specifics and key ways. Is necessarily sinister or illegal or anything like that. But it was written in such a way as to basically completely gaslight and still cold manner of conspiracy theorizing, and it's just astonishing to me that it ended up in print that way. It's funny that both you and I came to the same term gaslighting where it almost sounds as though if we know something is going to come out eventually made eventually we're gonna hear About things that were done behind the scenes, then let's let's run out of version of it. That actually explains and provides cover for that, But what you've done for real clear investigations is a bit different than that, isn't it? Yeah, You know, I I didn't sort of detailed piece on what happened with the first impeachment and its effect on the 2020 election. Um, it's kind of interesting to me how Basically as soon as that impeachment was over, Democrats wanted to move on. And and and so I think it's widely considered a failure. In a certain narrow political sense. I do think that it went on to Basically what it it it it it very effectively made it difficult for anyone to make to raise any questions about Joe Biden's corruption. Which was the thing that was actually at the heart of the first trump impeachment, And you know that later on in the election progressed, you know, as we saw on October, the New York Post or in other things like that, you know, it became impossible for anyone to say out loud by corrupt or hey, maybe we should look into this corruption And then to that extent, the first impeachment did succeed in being both being You know, very non transparent and sweeping all these questions that Biden transit corruption to the wreck, because no one's allowed to ask about it in the impeachment trial, at least not publicly. Well and Mark you hit on instinct. I mean, you had on interesting points all the time. But when you say I mean, ordinarily, I would look at that as a door opener that if if you had somebody in the community who came under some suspicion And I've covered these kind of stories before where they've always been another little suspicion. But until that first, you know, indictment that first official police investigation. Ah, lot of media will look at it and say, Well, yeah, I've always heard things about that guy. But hey, and then he gets indicted, you say Okay now, even if that indictment fails, it opens the door and says maybe we should take a harder look at this guy You're saying in some ways inoculated. Biden against those things. How does that happen? That once you've opened the door and today maybe there's something going on there, you know, because Joe Biden was bragging on how he denied or threatened to deny a billion dollars in loan guarantees unless he got certain favors. In that case, the firing of a prosecutor, I would have thought that would have opened the door instead, you're saying it closed the door to even looking at the guy during the election. Well, yeah, I mean, let's look at what happened in the impeachment. Like first of all, how many of your listeners you can remember what the circumstances were that God made President Trump the third president, U S history impeach? You know it was this crazy phone call right where Trump asked for. Asked him the new Ukrainian president before an investigation into Biden corruption in Ukraine. They already knew publicly that there were all these like crazy circumstances. Where shortly after Joe Biden made the U. S Point Man on Ukraine affairs, his son gets a million dollars a year, you know, make work job. At a Ukrainian gas company. And already that stinks, right, right? Absolutely So and so one of the defenses of Trump an impeachment should have been Is truth. The defense here? Yeah, No, no. By is a leading American official. And, you know, likely to be president of states. Don't we deserve to know whether here and his family will be beholden to, you know, foreign interests? You know, ironically enough. This is one of the charges leveled against Trump, right? Yes, but the way Democrats went about crafting the impeachment like they knew that they were wandering into a minefield to some extent, And they did all these things that were like absolutely unprecedented. For one thing. Impeachment is usually one to the Judiciary Committee and Steps the normal way You handled this whole thing because it's considered kind of a court proceeding. Instead, it gets run through the Intel committee chaired by one Adam Schiff, who already has an elaborate and extensive reputation for lying about Trump Russia stuff on television, leaking bad information, depressed and otherwise is very problematic figure. Even proceeds to run an impeachment trial. Which, by the way is like, you know, just to say, is it on one of our most solemn and important procedures for holding a democratically elected officials accountable? He has every witness it would save one in the entire impeachment trial. Deposed in such a way that they're they're they're questioning of these witnesses have done in secret. Yet Republicans will face ethics charges if they say anything about what came out under questioning. Meanwhile, the testimonies of each one of these people in the impeachment trial is leaked beforehand. So the press runs wild with what with speculation about a one sided version of events. Never mind that you know, there were all these other swirling questions like Republics weren't allowed to call call their own witnesses to ask about fighting corruption or.

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Haven't been a tremendous amount of fraud cases. However. I just thing, though, is whenever we talk about voter fraud. The argument seems to be by the fall, which is, you know, like a first year logical fallacy that you learn in school, which is, you know, they argued that the absence of evidence is evidence of absence, which they just because there aren't a lot of prosecutions for voter fraud. That doesn't mean that voter fraud isn't occurring because voter fraud is most often likely to occur. In places like Patterson, or, you know places where there's a lot of local corruption or, like, you know, party machinery that's willing to participate in voter fraud. And that's usually in unit party states and things like that, where there's not a big incentive to go in and prosecute voter fraud that the ruling party benefits from Um And you know, I just think unless we take a lot closer look at this and or implement much stronger security measures. You know, mail in balloting is going to be, uh, serious, serious problem and to rapidly expand it all at once. It's going to create major incense or fraud. Well, if it wasn't lucrative, the Democrats wouldn't be pushing for it. So I automatically by radar goes up in media was like, Wait a minute. What's going on? And In New Jersey and Paterson. They were all Democrats. So something smells. We've got to figure this out before the election, because if we try to figure it out after the election, it's never gonna happen. We're never going to figure it out. And they will always be questions as to the outcome of that election. Thank you so much. We appreciate you joining us and straightening out. This issue with the ballots Mark Hemingway from real clear politics have a great week. So in other words, Vince I don't trust voting by mail, 7 15 male trapping and whether every 10 minutes first on the list of agents in the carpet cleaning better Maryland outer.

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"X. number twenty which is four fifty and that has the right lane closed but that one's been there over an hour now from garage door repair dot com the W. one L. stormwatch seven forecast we're starting off at the Monday morning dry and warm temperatures are in the seventies we'll be into the mid eighties by noon and high temperatures this afternoon into the lower nineties sunshine mixed with a few clouds were dry and warm tonight back into the seventies and tomorrow another hot one fact that the ninety seven meteorologist watch seven whether it's already seventy five degrees in Gainesville seventy three envelopes bills seventy six at Reagan national mostly sunny hi Barbara print on one oh five point nine FM Washington's mall WMAL Washington mornings good morning to you seven thirty six on WMAL or Washington comes to talk coming up this morning yes we got it off my mark Hemingway will be with the senior writer that's the gauges and a thirty five Abigail Schrier from Wall Street journal talk about her book irreversible damage the transgender cranes seducing our daughters on Vince holidays with merry Walter Hey good morning and joining us right now is that Dr David Samadi from the fox news channel we're gonna talk about.

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This had been done for this I wrote this is cut thirty three Joe Biden with charming the garden radio show last week now in fairness Biden has apologized for this comment in fairness he has been criticized for the comment by folks from the black community Democrats as well as Republicans but most of the Democrats comments have been someone quase I understanding here it is right cut thirty three listen you gotta come see it when you come to New York VP Biden well it's a long way until November we got more questions you got more questions by telling if you have a problem figuring out what you're for mayor trump and you a black so if trump has said something like if if you got a problem figure it out if you're from me or Joe Biden and you ain't white new eight white can you imagine what okay it would have been I'm marketing I yeah I mean it's it's really just a double standard all the way down I mean you know Biden has decades of you know questionable behavior and verbal gaffes and insults and all those things and like I said you know again Biden is treated as sort of you know a normal part of all of Washington DC and trump again it's it's just treated that like you know insane out wires going to burn the place down the reality is that there is a lot closer to between the two that anybody want to bet no doubt we're gonna open phone six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty very quick break back with mark Hemingway if you agree with really what is Bob both analysis of this that as despicable and is repugnant and as reprehensible as trump's comments president trump's comments were vis a vis Joe Scarborough as it related to the to the young woman who's been dead for nearly twenty years in whose memory was peace has been peace marched as a consequence and.

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"mark hemingway" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

11:15 min | 2 years ago

"mark hemingway" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I remain healthy and strong like bull as does my guest senior writer it real clear investigations mark Hemingway mark I'd met you at C. pack how are you faring I'm doing fine I feel great you have not inspected the invaluable Mollie Hemingway your spouse much beloved here on the Hugh Hewitt radio program no I I have not thankfully but you know we had we were both at the factory collectively like three hours so hopefully we minimize any disease vectors remeber countered well it is a seething Petri dish of viruses every time I come out of there I come out with some sort of cop hi infected I recently infected Derek hunter and his his family was something last time I was at C. pack in any case I wanna get right down to some of what's going on here there's all it you know you're at real clear investigations you've got your finger on the pulse of what's happening in the swamp there are a lot of people out there they observe the manifest cognitive decline of Joe Biden and they're thinking Hey at this convention we may see Hillary Clinton slip on it is the savior one of yeah heard about this this is crazy talk well there was a story in The Washington Post last night I believe it was all about how the new tactic it Biden rallies was to make his appearance too short he goes out there and he you know he makes an appearance but it's often for short is five or seven minutes you know which tells you something about what's going on here you know I don't want to necessarily speculate about what's going on with Joe Biden aside from the fact that he is seventy years old and you know he was gaffe prone even in his best years but you know clearly they don't have confidence in his ability to speak in public and and that really tells you a lot about what with their campaign that and and how do you think that they have to handle it to get to the campaign well I'm look all of us in our our lives have encountered people in our lives that we you know we we we like and respect but they get older and frankly they get well what's right where they they get a little adult adult and your normal people look at Joe Biden I think this guy is not ready to be president or no longer capable of it why the disconnect between what normal people manifestly observe and and and and what that is the Democrat party is trying to shut down our collective throats well we know the answer and the answer is is that the media doesn't want trump to lose this election so we don't already you're starting to see this narrative congealed with those same thing happened with Hillary Clinton in twenty sixteen where it somehow is the height of bureau of unpatriotic activity to somehow question whether not at his age he is you know fit to do this job even though as you point out it is a perfectly legitimate question that normal people have is that we just you know normally except when you're dealing with someone who's seventy years old I was just watching a video of Joe Biden from twenty sixteen where you know sit down interview and it seems like there has been some sort of like obvious marked decline in in the last four years and it's just insane that we can't talk about whether or not the seventy eight year old to be president you know I I I think we all agree that it's incredibly stressful job and should probably go to people who are in some kind of your private their life or at least in some sort of you know demonstrated health what are the Democrats so intent on trying to nominate one of these so much as you know Bloomberg was old Bernie Sanders he's super old Joe Biden's old what you know what what if somebody like Pete just comes on and you look I understand the people who judge is very very annoying especially as Audie Murphy act steel spare me but you know he's young and he's fresh and he can speak English and you don't have to worry that he's going to have an invisible friend who's a carrot that he has conversations with during cabinet meetings well I don't know I mean I think the answer honestly is the bathrooms influence in the party and and that's just kind of their bench I think that one of the underappreciated aspect of what happened during the Obama administration was how devastating electoral you'll bomber was Democratic Party yeah sure a bomb at the top of the ticket had his own electoral coalition and had lots of support but you know twenty ten was the worst to P. for major party in American politics since the end of World War two I mean it wasn't just that the Republicans took over the house and Senate at the time it devastated Democrats on down through state legislatures they have no more bench left so that's what you're left with a bunch of like you know very old people who are quote unquote party leaders and it needs a complete unknowns like people to judge who you know are are mayor of south bend Indiana you know population hundred maybe thousand I think ten thousand people voted as mayoral election I mean they just don't have any sort of you know leading nationally known Democrats for the most part in between the printers of thirty five and like five in the that's just you know really really A. for their party to be well even Hillary Clinton's demonstrating problems I I wanna I wanna play a clip of her on CNN with Fareed's a car you're talking about the sars epidemic that happened from two thousand and two to two thousand three she was secretary of state from two thousand nine to twenty thirteen cut number fourteen the sars epidemic which happened in the very beginning of the Obama administration because I was secretary of state at the time that staff not not a thing Hillary what where are the Democrats going to start breeding a farm team to replace these people who are just plain losing it well it's a really good question I think part of the problem I have now is that the party itself especially among younger voters with training so part of the left is the other issue here so you know if you look at who's up and coming and who's you know known for being a younger Democrat going to put people like Alexandria because the Cortez and again the party leaders are terrified of the party heading that direction because we know it's electoral suicide I mean I think that the recall the party congealed around opposing Bernie Sanders it wasn't because the building because they wouldn't back Bernie Sanders if you want it to fit they knew that he had a minimum down ballot would be devastating to the party you know and and and you know assuming that they they were already worried about its chances of defeating trump so again it'll be very interesting to see how that shakes out because you know as you point out you know they they receive really seem to be rallying around and taking their cues from you know a lot of septuagenarian switches you know just a terrible place to be in your party yeah I'm not sure a platform of get the hell off my lawn is really you know the kind of change that America is looking for in fact it seems to me that they've given up the idea of being the change part right Donald Trump is still the unchallenged change guy Joe Biden is literally I want to change it back and if you think that Americans are really eager to change back to the kind of carefully managed decline that the Obama administration embodied that's a that's a good point you know Joe Biden was senator for thirty six years before he became vice president for eight years I mean they're very you know very few people do you could nominate that could allow trump to still possibly run as an outsider after you know for years in the White House and certainly Joe Biden is absolutely one of them it'll be very interesting to see throughout this campaign as you point out how the Obama administration is sort of handled you know it's it's taken for granted that the bomb ministration is popular within certain you know democratic voters such as African Americans you know of course that makes sense but on the other hand I'm in a lot of what went on during the Obama administration was you know for all the talk about the chaos of the trump administration everything like every time we turn around or something going to bomb restoration whether they were shipping pallets of cash to Iran or suing nuns over birth control and this then despite the fact that the media was with them and trying to pick this narrative that you know all is well constantly I think the average American voter was somebody into the bombs to two terms was sort of just beyond themselves in terms of you know what scandal fatigue and some other things like that so it'll be very interesting to see how much Joe Biden's gonna run on his Obama terms and whether or not people react positively that because I don't think big attributes as Joe Biden the ticket as well it seems he's trying to occupy the normality and unity space and that's I don't think that's it I don't think what he calls normality which is change back is really where Americans want to be built up right up on the streets was far far more radical than been anyone wanted to give it credit for at least in the media when and where is the unity I mean this is a guy who won't know who's willing to put hundreds of thousands of energy workers out of the job yeah they can go learn coding as kind of this sacrifice to the Santa Monica Manhattan you know whether Kohl's he wants to take guns that put bait in charge of taking guns I mean this is this this seems like crazy talk are the Democrats ever going to get in contact with with with with normal Americans again because I don't see how they can prosper if they don't we only about thirty seconds yeah I know I've got to get another really good point you know even for the fact that Joe Biden is supposedly the mainstream representation the Democratic Party the party went so far left under Obama on Joe Biden's watch it it's just going to go far left in general that Joe Biden himself if you're gonna be able to run it any sort of 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