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Trump supporters crowd vote counting site in Arizona

News, Traffic and Weather

02:43 min | 1 year ago

Trump supporters crowd vote counting site in Arizona

"Closer look and outside of the elections building through all of this where I've been all day today all day yesterday. Still Trump supporters who are here. You know, in many ways, Aaron E. It's a lot like a mini Trump rally here that speakers have been getting up. It's gone from early in the morning until last night overnight. Lot of unfounded theories are growing here. No evidence of fact behind them. Whatyou mean Lewis. He's among the people out here claiming that they believe there is fraud going on inside this building, Trump loses, okay. He is, If it's a rigged system, otherwise you win in a landslide. The sign your holdings has stopped hiding the ballots. Do you think they're hiding ballots inside this building? Ideo? I think that Number one. We've been caught on video. We've seen cars that have California license plates. Those people were trying to see and they were caring bags with them. And maybe this is normal thing. Moving vans coming in and out of here and docking. What do you think they're doing in the moving vans in the bags? I think they're bringing in more ballots or fake ballots and again. There is no evidence of any of this. But these are the stories after they've been hearing what the president's been saying that much of this group is talking about now They're watching every car going in suspicious of it suspicious of what's going on inside. And as we told you yesterday, Aaron, we were inside for Ah, bit of it yesterday. It is very detailed what they're doing. Democrats and Republicans working together to get the job done. And Alex, There was news in the Arizona Senate race today. Yeah, there was, And this is a big deal here in Arizona ABC News projecting Mark Kelly, former astronaut, defeating center Martha MC Sally and this is Ah big pickup for Democrats coming from Arizona. MC Sally the second time that she has lost a Senate race in this state. He has now lost both. She lost back in 2018 against Kirsten Cinema. She was appointed when John McCain died to the seat that now she has lost, but more. Kelly is widely liked here in Arizona, but shows you the change going on in this state. That a state that in the 2018 election, Arizona had two Republican senators. Now it has two Democrats representing this ST Joe Biden is ahead in the presidential count at this point. This is definitely a changing vote in Arizona. ABC is Alex Stone and Aaron Carter. Ski Stay with Cuomo News for the latest on the presidential vote count in Washington. Votes

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Ocasio-Cortez projected to win second term in House

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Ocasio-Cortez projected to win second term in House

"Where Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez gets a second term in New York Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper knocks out incumbent Senator Cory Gardner. Democrat Mark Kelly flips the Arizona Senate seat filled by Martha McSally MC Sally was appointed to fill the term left by Senator John McCain. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell hangs on to his seat, but is said to be less optimistic about keeping his top post in the chamber and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham defeats Jaime Harrison and a very expensive and tough race

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"mc sally" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"mc sally" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Welcome back America to Hewitt Joined by Arizona Senator Martha Mc Sally. Good morning, Senator. How are you? Good morning. You I'm great. I am actually out on the National Mall in between the World War Two Memorial and the Lincoln Memorial. You're going to get the vote for a new justice of the Supreme Court today. That doesn't happen very often. That must be an awesome responsibility and also privilege. Oh, my gosh. I'm so honored to be in this role. I'm just, you know, I try to do this run once a week. I just spend time is ingratitude and prayer, reminding myself of what a privilege it is to serve. I get to vote for any Cockney Barry today put her on the Supreme Court. This amazing woman who was called for this position she's tailor made for this role. She's so smart. She's so respected. She's exactly what we need right now. And he's a pioneering woman. You know her mother of seven first Woman with school age Children on the court, and I am going to be at her swearing and later on tonight and what a historic day I just so honored and humbled to be in my opponent, of course, Mark Kelly that he would vote No. On her without hearing. One word coming out of her mouth just shows you the Chuck Schumer 51st vote for their radical left agenda. No, it's the starkest contrast in the American electorate in Arizona has to go red. But Senator you're one of my favorite places in the World War two Memorial. And I am curious. What was the equivalent aircraft to you're a 10 in World War two what provided close support for the ground trips in World War two. Oh, well, I mean, we're the You know the thunderbolt, too. So, the first thing about 37. I mean, there is a great great plains out there, you know, both during the bombing and fighting their clothes, their support, so we don't want to have to pick one. And they're all amazing. And what words do you that's for? Sure, Remember, And in the movie done, Kirk. They had those pilots come over the beaches to provide close air support. That is the best depiction of close air support I've ever seen. That's what you did in Iraq. Correct. Yes. In Afghanistan. Look, we are our plane was built single seat titanium bat. A big 30 millimeter gun for flight is solo. And our job is to show up when troops are on the ground and often really moving tight fights where the risk of friendly fire is high, and we deliver firepower to take up, got the bad guys and save the Americans live. We would take off in Afghanistan with literally map of everywhere in the country, because you would just get a call saying somebody's under fire. Go help of we get a grid, coordinate a radio frequency and call sign and you just show up in orderto have them get home to their families and lived to fight another day, isn't it? It's awesome mission. That's why I want voters to shop in Arizona. Early voting is underway. I have to ask you about the debate on Thursday night, The Washington Post this morning as a headline Biden's debate night. Stumble on oil highlights The delicate type rope he must walk on climate change later it deep in the story. It says The effect of that Gaff has been a muddying of the Democratic Party stands forcing by another candidate into a defensive posture. With just over a weekend to Election Day. Muddying is a funny word. It's been disastrous for Democrats. What is Mark Kelly said about Joe Biden's transitioning from the oil industry. Well, this is what Mark Kelly has about it himself in TV interviews, he has said, We should get off fossil fuels. I called him on this and our debate and he was like, I don't know where he's getting that We've got a video. Everybody get on our Facebook Get in art better. We actually put a video together the morning after finding debate, tying Mark Kelly's comments, and Joe Biden comment. Where they're, you know, now trying to pretend they didn't say it, but this is a radical climate agenda. If you just look at what's happening in California, their prices are up. They've got blackouts and brownouts. These are the people who wanted to follow the science. Quote unquote. Well, the science has us on, you know, fossil fuels until we discovered on the you know, so give me a break these air about American job American economy, Their agenda would be crushing. To America and Mark Kelly has said nearly the same words of Joe Biden, and that's why we've got to defeat him. One of many reasons in eight days now I want a fact about early voting because the turnout is so high. I don't think any polling Is actually credible because they have models built on 2016 and 2018. Neither of those models match up with what we're seeing or expect to see. What do you feel is happening in Arizona and is the early vote are the Republicans showing up in the independent minded showing up for the early boat? So we feel like the momentum is in our favor. We're out there fighting for every last vote. We've also people changing their voting habits have it, So it's hard to model that we do have the hardcore Democrats who have returned their ballots right away. But the enthusiasm is at our side. And we're seeing little propensity Democrats that are not turning of Allison and mid potentially so We're just out there. I mean, I was doing virtual door knocking from DC you over the weekend where my team would knock on someone's door and I'd sit there and talk to them over, you know, Ah, Video leg. They asked for their vote. I do this in person. When I'm back in Arizona, we got Buzz Aldrin's endorsement you nights ago. Just incredible, like the momentum is definitely in our favor. It's in President Trump's favour, but he's gotta win Arizona to get back to the White House. We've got room in Arizona. Behold the Senate majority. If people want to help, they can volunteer a team McNally dot com He could make phone calls from anywhere in the country, and certainly if you want to give and go to make Sally for.

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"mc sally" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"mc sally" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Been there all over it. Well, I agree that there does seem to be a disparity and treatment. This is why John Radcliffe, the director of National intelligence, with just on with Maria part of Roma. And apparently spoke to the E Mail's authenticity. I would like to see Christopher Wray answer a question. I think it is in the interests of the FBI that he do. So where is the laptop? What does he think about it? Now that we know that it's there? Where is it? What does he think about it? He don't have to tell us anything Other than that. You don't have to tell us what's in it. Where is it? And what does he think about it? Hey, David. Thank you. Let's go to Michigan and Merry Merry button for John James. Yes. Good. Have you told everyone? John James needs to be the next senator from Michigan. Yes, I have. I just had a conversation with my sister about that. That as long as you know, we keep the Senate We can I love Get through this widens when if it happens. That's absolutely try. I'm increasingly optimistic about Donald Trump. But if he were to lose, we absolutely need the Senate. Everyone in the country's got to vote for Mark the MC Sally and John James and Tom Tillis and Susan Collins up in Maine. Absolutely, You betcha. Definitely So what's on your mind? I am. I'm just worried, and I'm worried about the next debate. The questions are the same questions advanced over and over. They need to ask sliding more substantial questions. Foreign tiles might be a good one. If he is going to win. These people that are voting for him need to understand. What they're what they're going to do to our country, and I don't think people understand that. It's very, very scary. Packing the courts is a country crushing event. But I also think people have to know the taxes he is proposing and the regulations he will bring back. We'll destroy the economic recovery, which is booming right now. It's booming. Thank you, Mary. How booming Let me look.

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"mc sally" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"mc sally" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To Trump. Been there all over it. Well, I agree that there does seem to be a disparity and treatment. This is why John Radcliffe, the director of national intelligence, with just on with Maria, part of Romo. And apparently spoke to the E Mail's authenticity. I would like to see Christopher Wray answer a question. I think it is in the interests of the FBI that he do. So where is the laptop? What does he think about it? Now that we know that it's there? Where is it? What does he think about it? He don't have to tell us anything Other than that. You don't have to tell us what's in it. Just where is it? And what does he think about it? Hey, David. Thank you. Let's go to Michigan and Merry merry voting for John James. Yes. Good. Have you told everyone? John James needs to be the next senator from Michigan. Yes, I have. I just had a conversation with my sister about that. That as long as you know, we keep the Senate Weekend. Kind of get through this widens when if it happens. That's absolutely try. I'm increasingly optimistic about Donald Trump. But if he were to lose, we absolutely need the Senate. Everyone in the country's got to vote for Mark the MC Sally and John James and Tom Tillis and Susan Collins up in Maine. Absolutely, You betcha. Yes. Definitely So what's on your mind? I, um I'm just worried, and I'm worried about the next debate. The questions are the same questions advanced over and over. They need five more substantial questions. Foreign styles that might be a good one. If he is going to win. These people that are voting for him need to understand. What they're what they're gonna do to our country, and I don't think people understand that. It's very, very scary. Packing the courts is a country crushing event. But I also think people have to know the taxes he is proposing and the regulations he will bring back. We'll destroy the economic recovery, which is booming right now. It's booming. Thank you, Mary..

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"mc sally" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"There's no consistency. He'll say anything at any point and the media didn't even call Mountford. I'm meeting some town hall last night. You kind of sounded like he didn't sound very good. Last night. I watched I watch a little bit of it. I mean, how did actually pretty horrible and, um, but it was the same thing last night. I mean, it. Never. Never did. You know, the moderator, you know, actually ask him on NBC. Whether or not he's gonna pack the court with with far left Justices don't even ask him these questions. I mean, they carry their water for them. And you know the answer to them where you get back the car accord with our left justices, and you know they may want to change the makeup of the Supreme Court in this country in them. It's It's amazing, so they can say something. One week they could take the exact opposite position the following week and go into a debate and the moderator won't even ask them. About the discrepancy and it's you know, my father did that My father wasn't consistent. No man, would they kill him? I mean, they would absolutely kill him. And you know that last one for Merrick? Ah, there is news that just came in. And it says the Trump campaign canceling canceling ads in Ohio and Iowa. And in it, it says the campaign will focus on Poles funding in states where polls show the president trailing. So you guys are pretty confident in Ohio and Iowa, huh? You know, that's a lot of time in Ohio and Ohio feels incredible, like like beyond, and I am honestly, I'm at the time I have an Arizona Arizona field thing I was here. There are a bunch last week and I think you know that when we spoke, and I was out on the road It's unbelievable. I mean, everywhere I went. I mean, everywhere. When I was in evangelical churches I was in I was everywhere. And I mean, important state. Yeah. You feel you have to get here. It felt it felt amazing it, But you know what it feels amazing in Pennsylvania feels amazing. Every everywhere Now I'm worried about the other side cheating. I really, really am. It's it's It's really anybody who doesn't think voter fraud is really is really naive. I'm in. I could give you 40 situations that we've seen as of late, but we're all over that, But I mean, I really, really feel good and I really, really feel good people have to get out there. Clearly you have to vote. You have to vote down ballot because honestly, you have a Senate race in that state. Would you know critically important and You know, my father can't put Supreme Court justices on the bench if he doesn't have the Senate, and he can't do put other justices on the bench and I'm in this race is incredibly incredibly important State You have to get everybody out and you have to have have devoted maid. Arizona's truly You know, maybe the most important one of the most important state in the nation, Your vote is so important to get out there and vote. It is critically critically important. Can you do me a quick favor? Then? Can you call the MC Sally, campaigner of your dad call so she can wake up because Mark Kelly is a Ah Ah, business guy. He's comfortable trainer. He's done a lot of business deals with China. He wants to literally take our guns. There's a new story came out where his own people for his campaign said he is lying about his is pushed for full gun control so we can get Republican and independent votes. It's been out there for two days now, at least and make. Sally has not said a word about it. It's like she's not even trying. So I ask you Then, could you please call her and say Ah? Has your alarm gone off? Are you wake? Did you wake up yet? This is incredible How she's not taking advantage of this. Yeah, we will. We will. We will. We will call her and we will make sure she does. Ladies do But but for the sake of the Second Amendment, think of the Supreme Court for the sake of religion for every man she's got. She's got a win. She she has to win a minute. It's one thing for the president to win, but but he needs to send it and I can't. I can't express how important they Down. Ballot races are on DH. We are We're 100% behind her and were with her and and she had Eric Trump prayers to your dad. We're always thinking about him to the first lady is well, everybody that is that is infected with the China virus there, And thanks for everything you and your family have done for this country, and we will definitely talk to you, of course before the election because it's a big deal here in Arizona. Thank you for the time, Eric. You wait here. All right,.

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"mc sally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"She never paint your house again. Arizona's news Station News, 92, 3, Gators and Chad show till six. What a crazy day it started with. The president's saying he's leaving. The hospital is back now at the White House. Of course, he creates chaos and no mercy on the way. Oh, yes. The debate between Pence and Harris is it Wednesday? Yes. Okay. I got that confused. Tomorrow's debate is between Mark Kelly. Martha makes Bill sleeps in and I gotta tell you, I can't wait for that one is going to be pretty riveting. You think it is that one of those is that like a bad movie, You know how you want, like a fun thing is to get together and watch a really bad movie right together. Is that like like a really, That's a really bad. Yeah, that's hard. That's one of those ones. Really. I don't know if that was did you really need to make that and there's gonna be three of them. So it's a trilogy There's going to be there was one It's not there was gonna be three. Well, that's just punishment. I mean, Do you think Nick? Sally will? Well, we'll say you know what I mean? Just trying interrupt Kelly over and over and over and over again and see how it works for me, You know, maybe she'll baby that I don't I don't know. I mean, it's I don't know. I thought there was three. I don't know. It doesn't all that I know is who's turning into that. Honestly, he's turning you might think, but most of you already made up your minds right you It's not like you don't who make Sally is and you've given her ample opportunity to have. It's not like in the next few weeks feeling. I don't know. It's Mark Kelly's What we've had amount, Boy he sees fun. So apparently, they don't need to have any kind of personality. Go to space. You see that one of the astronauts got the code. What? Yeah, apparently the Russians lied on one of their people at Cove and they set him up there. Oh, gosh. It's all trumps Follow. I'm sure You know, you have been wearing a mask. Come here with the cove it What do you think of this? So the debate that's like put it this way. Kelly Mc Sally No, I'm going to watch that one. Harris Pence. Tell you I don't want to watch that one either, but Pence his spokesperson now does the spokesperson also have Cove? I don't know. We'll just wait until tomorrow is now mocking the biding campaign for covert precautions. It appears there's going to be Plexi glass barriers between the candidates so between Harris And pear overdoing it. Now you think that's overdoing? We're watching this thing here. There was wrapped in bubble wrap the plastic microphone they're handing off to with what you're buying in the town hall, but only some of them have it it just it look. I got zero problems with the with the Let's if you wanna have the plexiglass any of that stuff, But I think it's some point you're taking into such the other direction to prove. To the other side. You should have been doing this all along. I've been trying to get plexiglass between.

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"mc sally" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Gore that the outcome of the election would be dependent on the U S Supreme Court, do you think a justice appointed by President Trump should recuse himself or herself? Not going to get into that That's going to be up to the Senate and the president and that justice. I think it's really critical, though, that we have that that ninth Justice I think it's something that's going to be critical. I expect they will follow the law that they will look at the facts on be able Tio adjudicate that way. What do you expect? Ng Election night? What do you thinking about a month out? Obviously, looking at my ground game right now, we're trying to get every vote around. I. I was on the ground in Ohio and Kentucky in Michigan recently. The energy is very, very strong, but we're going to. We're going to keep working until election day. We want to make sure that we're making the case President Trump deserves four more years. He's leading us in the greatest American comeback coming out of this pandemic. He's the right person to rebuild our economy because he's done it before Joe Biden spent in Washington for 47 years never started a business never held a job outside of Washington and says he's going to raise taxes on 82% of American families. Those is the messages We want to get out and this army of 2.2 million volunteers that we've trained the 2000 staff we have on the ground is going to be our mechanism to talk to voters, one on one to make sure we're getting them out Voting Republican on Election Day, the debates that begin on Tuesday, How is the president preparing what the president is always talking of the press. He's out doing events every night. And, of course, he's going to do his own preparation. But again, this isn't a president has been avoiding reporters day after day and Doing public events. This is the president who's been more accessible than any other president on that on the lawn of the White House, always taking questions with his news briefings, So I think he'll be ready for this debate. Does the Supreme Court vacancy mobilize Republican voters? Does it help for those who might be on the fence? I may like the president's policies. I don't like his personality in 2016. They're definitely where voters in Michigan when I was chair that were motivated. By the Supreme Court vacancy. They wanted Republicans and they wanted a Republican president just based on that, And I think that there will be those voters of this cycle as well. I will say the energy we've seen has been unprecedented. I actually feel like there's more energy on the ground, and we had in 2016 as I'm traveling the country and with the volunteer sign ups and all the things that I'm seeing on the ground, so I don't know if it takes much more to motivate them. But certainly this may help with some of those Voters who care so much about the Supreme Court and the generational implications that that vacancy will have chairwoman McDaniel. Let's turn our attention to the U. S Senate, because, as you know, Republicans are defending more seats this cycle that Democrats what states concern you the most. What races are you most worried about? Yeah, we have pretty much the opposite of what we had in 2018 cell. We've got a lot of Republican seats that that we want to make Sure we hold Cory Gardner. We know is the battleground. See, Martha MC Sally Susan Collins. I think those air three that everybody acknowledges Thom Tillis, obviously Joanie Earth, so there's a lot and then we've got pickup opportunities and Alabama with Taber Ville. John James is a breakout candidate in Michigan, doing incredibly well against Gary Peters. So we're not just trying to hold our seats were actually looking to pick up seats as well. But what worries you the most of those races? What are you most concerned? I can't say. I don't want to make our candidates think I'm worried about their race. I feel good about what we're doing in all of these states. I feel good about the ground game, but certainly some of these they're gonna be neck and neck until election day, and we've been looking at the numbers coming from the president's reelection campaign. Do you have financially what the party needs? Does the president have what he needs in terms of money for advertising and the final push? We absolutely have the resources we need to get through this campaign. The difference with the RNC is as we've raised Record money, and we have raised more than the DNC since the beginning of 2019. We've been investing in a ground game. And that's why you're seeing stories like Republicans are out, registering Democrats in states like Florida and Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Because having that ground game early and understanding you can't pop up a ground game a week before an election, you can't train two million volunteers on the fly. Having people be able to knock and be trained in there to talk to their neighbors in their own neighborhood is so impactful and we've been Ding that for years, I feel very good about where we are on the infrastructure side of things. And obviously the campaign will have the resources that needs to get the commercials up and re elect the president and curious. You mentioned commercials as somebody who studies and understands politics from your standpoint in a presidential election. Is there a point of diminishing returns when it comes to advertising versus the ground game or other efforts to mobilize voters? I think it's kind of the whole picture. The whole ecosystem is really impactful. Turning out of voter. There absolutely are diminishing returns as TV gets saturated and people tune out. Unless that commercial is so unique that it breaks out, you have to pay more to get enough use for it to stick in a voter's head. But then you've got to use digital mail door knocking is very impactful, especially when its neighbor to neighbor it's just common sense. If you're knocking your friend's door, and you say, Hey, we live down the street. Our kids go to school together. Can I talk to you about this election? We find that that's the most important tool and then life Phones to make sure those absentee ballots and those votes come in or those early votes, so I think it's the whole ecosystem needs to be running at full strength, and we certainly have that heading into 2020. And we're seeing a lot of ads from the Lincoln Project, including your predecessor, Michael's Field, a former chair of the RNC and some of those ads taking aim it, Senator Lindsey Graham. What's your reaction? It's disappointing. I don't understand how you could hold Republican ideals like cutting taxes. Cutting regulation rule of law. Justice is energy, independence, better trade deals, strengthening our military and taking care of our veterans. All these things that President Trump has done and then say, I'm abandoning the Republican Party and no longer want those things as Democrats are espousing, Ah, path towards socialism, more government control more taxes, more regulation, taking away private health care..

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"mc sally" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You the O'Reilly update later this morning at 10 11 and 12. New on 8 60 AM the answer here you're joined by Senator Martha Mc Sally, The Great State of Arizona. Long time friend of mine. First female combat pilot in the history of the American military. And, of course, Senator MC Sally Fighting for Arizona every day. Good morning, Senator. Good to have you Good morning. You I hope you well, I am I spent last week with Secretary Pompeii at the Nixon library. He gave a throwdown speech on the People's Republic of China, and that was long overdue. I just talked to Jonathan Ward about China. China is now the issue in the Arizona Senate race because Mark Kelly, your opponent. Has got ties to the PRC. Would you explain what those are and why they are an issue? They're huge issue. Look, I'm standing up to China, holding them accountable for the corona virus and leading efforts. Teo bring our manufacturing home and disentangle us from China. At the same time. My opponent, Mark Kelly, has investments in Chinese companies. And he's got Chinese companies that are associated with the Chinese government who invested in a company that he co founded. So the financial entanglements are really hey was over in China. On another moneymaking scheme, Tio Settle a pyramid scheme over there came out on stage on a motorcycle with a Chinese flag on the back. Look, you know people can make a buck. But this is going to be a consequential question in 97 days to go. I think it's used in Arizona. I think it's huge because China has become the issue of this campaign because the virus came from China. But is the media in Arizona paying attention to this? Because I know it's overwhelmingly left wing. Are they throwing the light on him? That needs to be thrown? Of course they're not. I mean, you know how they are. Of course they're not. So we've got to get our message out ourselves and make sure the voters are aware. Look, I've been dealing with national security my entire life. This is the geopolitical threat of this generation going forward. Standing up to China, ensuring that they do not replace us and dominate the world and my opponent is entangled with them financially. So this is a a significant issue. In addition to, of course, the other crazy radical left wing policies that will be instituted if Schumer is in charge, and I'm standing on the wall to make sure that doesn't happen, But no, the media sucks, and they're not getting the word out. So we got to do it ourselves. So thanks for talking about it. We'll remind me I did not know the details of the motorcycle deal doing pyramids came in China with the American At what the Chinese like. What was that about? I have not heard that until this moment again. You've got multiple Chinese financial entanglements. But one of them was he was over there peddling a pyramid scheme, so selling vitamins and as they introduced him, I'll send you the link. You can put it out on us, You social media, this whole Chinese video talking about Mark Kelly, and then he comes out on stage on a motorcycle with a Chinese flag on the back. It's been in many of our TV ads so far. I only brought the American flag you do You think the race is closed up to dead even now? It is. It definitely is. Don't believe the nonsense out there. We've had millions of dollars of attack. We are dead. Even Arizona is right of center. The president is dead. Even I am what's standing in the way of making sure that Chuck Schumer is not in charge. But millions are being poured into my opponent. Make no mistake from, you know, the left coast and the East Coast and all the liberals who want to see you know the socialist radical left policies. Coming into force in America, and we need to stop that from happening. And we are in a dead even race, which is structurally in our favour. You know, thatyou, Arizona's right of center there, not for all this crazy stuff, And I do know that Actblue is dousing Mark Kelly with money. I just tweeted out your campaign website. How is the money race and do you need small contributions? We absolutely do. Thank you. It's make Sally for senate dot com. Look, I raised $9 million last quarter more than any other senator, Except for Mitch McConnell and a year and 1/2 senator. That's a really big deal, but my opponent rate 12.8 million. He's got 21 million cash on hand. Money is pouring in because they know they need Biden, Schumer and Pelosi in charge. To jam their radical agenda down our throats, and Mark Kelly is one of their keys. So we got to stop that from happening. We need fuel in the fuel tank for the mission is a dead heat battleground race, But I'd really appreciate people give them what they can is rounding error compared to how your tax is going to be raised. If Schumer and closing Binder in charge I want to close in the last minute. Mark Kelly's been on my show before because he is very much against the private ownership of weapons on the Second Amendment protected scale that we have. I think he'll let you have a 22 What is that issue? A right. I mean Arizona's a gun state. How big is that issue in your campaign? We care about the Second Amendment in Arizona, and that's across the political spectrum on make moment. No mistake. That's also what is at stake here with this election with my opponent, but then also, if if Schumer gets the Senate and bait or work and others there Are coming after your Second Amendment rights, and I think people are more mindful than that, with the unrest and the riots and the defending the police movement. We've seen gun sales go up, especially suburban moms. First time gun buyers and people realize that these are their constitutional right. So this is a also a consequential issue in our race. You know, Senator McKellar. You have to win this. I say that because it's the Senate. If Biden winds and Czech people have no idea they'll break the filibuster, they will expand the Supreme Court. It will be a different America. They'll make DC in Puerto Rico a state you'll get for new Democrat senators will never get the Senate back again. And they will ram through their radical agenda in their first year and it'll make Obama looked like a conservative. This is the tipping point. We have 97 days. Everybody's we've gotta put it all out on the field to protect and save our freedom standing on that wall, stand with me. I know you. Do you make Sally for senate dot com. Thank you, Senator..

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Trump rule could lead to big Medicaid cuts, governors warn

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

10:40 min | 2 years ago

Trump rule could lead to big Medicaid cuts, governors warn

"Tell folks what has happened in terms of Medicaid in particular. I guess let's start way the way you did. What are the proposed cuts to Medicare that the trump administration the station has been talking about the proposed cuts to Medicare You know I think it started with their rollout of increased privatization of Medicare with increasing Medicare advantage. uh-huh Plans Kober last year in the lakes and Florida Trump you know reported in Vanity Fair that he said it would be fun. Second Term Project to cut Medicare and then in a couple of weeks ago now in Davos Switzerland he was talking. NCNB CNBC and he said Yesterday the fact that would be on the table cutting cutting Medicare in those social security and he said that would be the easiest thing to do very strange choice of words. So that's kind of the Medicare and that's what I started with. That's why I was in Des Moines that day with the committee to protect Medicare talking about these possible Medicare cuts with you know doctors from Iowa that join me for a press conference One Press When one member of the press showed up at that press conference now you know a little bit more of the presses is listening to the line that we're calling out at my committee about these proposed cuts it's And then you know because of the news of the day. Last Thursday was Davis encounter occurred in that was the day that Seema Verma the cms administrator for trump mm rolled out these Block grant Waiver proposal. That you know everyone I can see. That is talking about this. In an honest this way tells us this will cut folks from Medicaid. Okay and so tell us. CMS The centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services when they roll out this proposal are they actually just basically introducing. They're they're basically announcing that you can you as a state Can apply for a waiver. Is that right right. Apply for a waiver. Currently Medicaid is funded by the federal government on a kind of a per person per need basis. So you know. For instance when there's a recession and more people lose jobs and more people qualify for Medicaid. The federal share of spending on healthcare for those folks will go up because of course they need that you know people with diabetes if they have a job or they lose their jobs to no fault of their own still. Have they still need three hundred dollars a month insulin slim so with block grant States could say listen Why don't you just give us a lump sum of money? And then let us in the where he used was innovate let us innovate. Ah figure out how to cover anyone cover everyone but you know if the needs go up in our state. We still get that that pot of money that you're giving us it doesn't change and yet our needs go up so more people lose out the other thing they can do is choose to cut certain services they can you know cut certain drugs that are that are. Currently they covered up a prescription drug benefit under Medicaid. So I mean I mean it is just cut. There's no way around it. And there's no way that pence didn't understand that Seema. Burma used to be his Medicaid Administrator in the state of Indiana when he was governor there so this has been a conservative dream for for ages decades thirty years. They've been trying Graham. They've been trying to block grant and and so. There's there's like you say there's multiple problems that come with the block. Granting one is that it does not act as that economic stabiliser in other words doesn't doesn't Basically expand as the the need gets greater in crises. It also does not a increase along with the cost of medicine and And like you say the states can get sort of clever because the federal government has basically said I mean this is the difference between just sort of you know me me giving ten bucks to my kid and saying you know do whatever you want with it as opposed to making sure that she spends it on you know not on on junk food or whatever it is and and she can then go out and basically spend five bucks on the. I want to keep this metaphor too much but the idea is that they can use this money in other ways that I really don't have anything to do with providing health insurance for people right and my governor is Governor Gretchen. Whitmer who gave you know. I thought an amazing response to the state of the Union last night and I was there and we talked beforehand. And she's she helped. Uh sure in expanded Medicaid under the affordable care act when she was the minority leader of the State Senate here in Michigan and got a Republican governor to expand Medicaid. And we've had you know. Nearly three three quarters of million folks in Michigan Benefit from that Their study I think Carter. Kaiser family reported recently specifically Michigan showing the economic economic benefits of expanded Medicaid. The fear was that the federal government was going to give them a hundred percent in the first year and then scaled back to I think ninety percent of eventually by next year and the reality is even though the federal share has scaled back because people are healthier because they can afford treating their chronic illnesses. They can work more they. The actual tax base has increased. I think thirty thousand jobs in Michigan created directly resulted expanded Medicaid. So I you know this is. It just doesn't make sense to me that they try and and I think that's why he dodged the question and tried to revert back to things he did. And and then eventually just said agree to disagree because He knows what it is they. They held him what it is and they know if they say what it is. People won't like it you know. It's an election year. They're trying to get reelected so they just say whatever they want they lie will and state of the Union almost solely healthcare allies again about every other aspect of healthcare. And you know I think they just say what they want they get away with it. He just wasn't expecting to meet up with a guy in tyner who you know. I mean again. I don't know this issue like a policy. Wonk I mean I just I have a biology degree in a medical degree and I work clinically as a doc but I read you know and I and I try to learn as much as I can and so you know with my limited understanding of these policies he just. He wasn't ready for that one briefed them known gave them talking points. And I think that's. That's that's what we saw unfold. Yeah he did look like a deer in the headlights and we did try to dance around it quite a bit. You were pretty easy. Road brought in on them pretty quickly I think as he tried to sort of pretend like he didn't understand what you said the first thing. It just didn't that first exchange where you said. You're going to get cuts and Medicaid. 'cause I don't think we're GONNA do cuts in Medicare and so we'll give us. I mean So you know firsthand. The implications of this expanded Medicaid and and and I WANNA get into that as just your experiences as as an emergency doctor but I also get the sense. You're on this You're you're you're you're executive director of this committee you're in Iowa so you're aware at at least some of the you know the broader politics involved in this. Where would you anticipate what states or at least you know if not specific ones than the profile of the states eight? That are going to be applying for this waiver. I mean presumably the thirteen states. Now that did not expand Medicaid under the affordable. Care Act. I would imagine would be a prime targets or prime applicants to get this waiver. Because they're going to continue you. Say we're going to expand medicaid. They certainly are interested in dismantling it as much as they can right. I think that and I think you know anywhere that there is a Republican And I guess I have to. I don't know the nuances of the directive if it's if it's an executive decision at the state level or if it requires you know something passing through their houses so we have enough house majority Republican state legislatures plus governorships. In this country that I I mean I think that would be the profile. You know certainly because those will be the places where you know folks are more likely to be in charge that share vice president pence views on you know on Medicaid in general in a and and whether or not we should be helping out poor people when it comes to healthcare That that is that's the fear now. And why should we in Michigan you you know. Why should we in Michigan? Have a different set of. I mean the whole healthcare system. So Patchwork in Hodgepodge if you WANNA call it a system a series of systems. But it's so patrick work anyways I mean I guess why should this be any different. Let's let certain states do one thing and others do the other. And if you just happen to be born in Michigan versus Alabama. Well you know good on you right Well there's so much in our society today that's determined that way it's all just a coin toss and met. I guess maybe a bunch of coins get tossed in the air. What now? There's a vote tomorrow in the house. I Don I imagine you're familiar with it. And what the what the vote is is it's under the The CRA which has been used in the past to see the Congressional Review Act. It's been used in the past undo executive the actions that have been done within a certain timeframe and the Republicans did this with a bunch of executive actions by Obama and then once they do that once they pass that to reinstitute any type of rule like that Congress has to has to authorize it with a two thirds vote right so this is like this is a this is a real this is a sledgehammer as it were and they're going to. They're going to vote on this in the house and they will probably pass yes it which would not allow the president to block grant but then it goes to the Senate and the Republicans are sure to shoot it down. How do you think this plays as has a An issue in the fall when you have a half dozen or so Republican senators running in sort of purple states on their refuse their essential like voting to allow for cuts and Medicaid right. Yeah and I and I kind of anxious to see what folks looks like Like Collins I mean she seems the only one in the purple state that I think might make along with this I think you know tell us and and MC sally the and who is a gardener I think is already toast You know maybe Joni Ernst I don't know Yeah I mean I think at least I mean the thing is having having gone record. I mean that's That's I think that's all that's what we're trying to do as a committee. I mean what we're what we're rolling out over. The next. Several months is is an accountability campaign.

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"mc sally" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"The chicken with Christy. We're working on for CUOMO. Primetime Chris is very interesting that we saw the oath taken can today by McConnell and I think ninety nine of the senator's office is still to be done next week. But it's already off to shake the start you can't really trust crossed the oath this guy that you interviewed we've seen out there with matthaeus interview. He's got credibility issues. There's no question about that but you can't ignore what he says there. There are documents that back it up. He should be tested at trial. And I don't see how the Senate gets around all the information that they must ignore or if they don't have witnesses. Yeah we'll they're going to do. Chris did that about eight minutes from seen a couple of minutes. One senator's response to a simple question from our Monterey. Ju finds are spot on ridiculous tonight time now for the ridiculous and tonight Senator Martha mcsally sadly Sali's onto the list. She's a Republican from Arizona. Who on the day? The president trump went on trial for among other things his contempt for the constitution and the rule of law revealed Horgan time don't for professionalism. One of democracy's core tenants free and professional press. Just doing its job in the halls of Congress this is what happened when our CNN colleague entourage who dared to ask the senators very straightforward and very simple question considered part of. You're not a liberal hack. That's what Senator Mc Sally called Mono now for the record heard entourage who is not just incredibly fair and responsible journalist. He also happens to be a really good human being and very nice person. He's incredibly plate. Eight asking public officials questions that they often do not want to be asked but you know what their public officials. That's part of their job. And by the way the question in that he asked wasn't exactly what Sarah Palin used to like to call a Gotcha question which weren't actually Gotcha cartoons at all. Should the Senate consider new evidence as part of the impeachment trial. Wow if you can't answer that question maybe you shouldn't have been elected to the Senate. Oh Sorry Martha mcsally actually wasn't elected to the Senate. She actually tried to get elected but she lost. I forgot that she lost actually actually to a Democrat. She only has the privilege of walking the halls of the Senate and calling others a hack because she was appointed to the job by the governor of Arizona to fill all the seat left vacant when John. Kyle who'd been temporarily temporarily filling the seat of the late Senator John McCain retired now. I didn't know much about MC Sally Ali because our record in the Senate is pretty thin it turns out MC sally is a veteran of the air force and has a really honorable an impressive record of service and she was a trailblazer in the military. Actually sued the Defense Department while serving so that female service members didn't have to wear headscarves off base when off base in Saudi Arabia. She may be pretending to be tough on the media now or hate the median now but when she wanted attention for her lawsuit she seemed to have no problem popping. Up in CBS's sixty minutes. I was eighteen years ago for persons. Become a desperate politician. That's a lifetime. She also didn't seem to dislike the media when Elle magazine which is not exactly the daily caller profiles her back in two thousand and sixteen that was when she was portraying herself as a a political moderated and according to wikipedia pragmatic conservative. Elle magazine says she quote seeks to engage in rational discussion based on mutually agreed facts. Well well based on the mutually agreed fact of her slur against Maharaja today. I think it's fair to say the mkx sal days of engaging in rational discussion or over see because what what her calling Manoa liberal hack is really about is her running scared and attempting to reinvent herself as a foot soldier. That's what this is about. She's up for reelection election. She now actually has to earn her Senate seat the one she was appointed to and she's running against former astronaut mark. Kelly is going to be a tough election. She's desperate to say or or do anything to stay in power. That's what this is about back. In Two thousand sixteen. She was running for Congress. She didn't endorse trump. She probably doesn't WanNa talk about that now but she didn't endorse trump in fact she actually spoke out against trump when the access. Hollywood tape came out. METALLICA's been public about sexual abuse that she says. She suffered from coach when she was in high school. She's incredibly incredibly brave about that back. Then she said trump's comments are disgusting. Joking about sexual assault is unacceptable. I'm appalled sure. She was running for reelection. Action is a congresswoman then in a swing districts maybe it was political calculation but it was at least politically a tough call but once trump won she ran for Senate in two thousand eighteen for Jeff Flake seat. She knew which way the wind was blowing. She started embracing trump politico. Martha mcsally wants to make one thing clear before she launches in Arizona Senate campaign. She's she's a big fan of president. Donald trump big fan sally's brave. She's been in combat. She was a trailblazer in the military. But now she wants to stay in power so she picks on him good and decent reporter just asking a fair and simple question and you know how you know that this is all just a political act because she herself tweeted out a video of the exchange and she herself is now fundraising on that exchange. He's trying to make money off the fact that she called Montage Liberal Hack and you know what the president is now asking asking people to donate to her because she was rude and unprofessional to a reporter big long slow clap for you. Reporter was just doing his constitutionally back job Bob so congratulations appointed Senator Mc. Sally sure the money's GonNa flow in May get a bump in the polls and he may win but look at the company you are now in and look how far you have come. Were once a profile. Encourage your now profile and politics news continues one hundred Chris for Cuomo prime-time Chris..

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"mc sally" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"The chicken with Christy. We're working on for CUOMO. Primetime Chris is very interesting that we saw the oath taken can today by McConnell and I think ninety nine of the senator's office is still to be done next week. But it's already off to shake the start you can't really trust crossed the oath this guy that you interviewed we've seen out there with matthaeus interview. He's got credibility issues. There's no question about that but you can't ignore what he says there. There are documents that back it up. He should be tested at trial. And I don't see how the Senate gets around all the information that they must ignore or if they don't have witnesses. Yeah we'll they're going to do. Chris did that about eight minutes from seen a couple of minutes. One senator's response to a simple question from our Monterey. Ju finds are spot on ridiculous tonight time now for the ridiculous and tonight Senator Martha mcsally sadly Sali's onto the list. She's a Republican from Arizona. Who on the day? The president trump went on trial for among other things his contempt for the constitution and the rule of law revealed Horgan time don't for professionalism. One of democracy's core tenants free and professional press. Just doing its job in the halls of Congress this is what happened when our CNN colleague entourage who dared to ask the senators very straightforward and very simple question considered part of. You're not a liberal hack. That's what Senator Mc Sally called Mono now for the record heard entourage who is not just incredibly fair and responsible journalist. He also happens to be a really good human being and very nice person. He's incredibly plate. Eight asking public officials questions that they often do not want to be asked but you know what their public officials. That's part of their job. And by the way the question in that he asked wasn't exactly what Sarah Palin used to like to call a Gotcha question which weren't actually Gotcha cartoons at all. Should the Senate consider new evidence as part of the impeachment trial. Wow if you can't answer that question maybe you shouldn't have been elected to the Senate. Oh Sorry Martha mcsally actually wasn't elected to the Senate. She actually tried to get elected but she lost. I forgot that she lost actually actually to a Democrat. She only has the privilege of walking the halls of the Senate and calling others a hack because she was appointed to the job by the governor of Arizona to fill all the seat left vacant when John. Kyle who'd been temporarily temporarily filling the seat of the late Senator John McCain retired now. I didn't know much about MC Sally Ali because our record in the Senate is pretty thin it turns out MC sally is a veteran of the air force and has a really honorable an impressive record of service and she was a trailblazer in the military. Actually sued the Defense Department while serving so that female service members didn't have to wear headscarves off base when off base in Saudi Arabia. She may be pretending to be tough on the media now or hate the median now but when she wanted attention for her lawsuit she seemed to have no problem popping. Up in CBS's sixty minutes. I was eighteen years ago for persons. Become a desperate politician. That's a lifetime. She also didn't seem to dislike the media when Elle magazine which is not exactly the daily caller profiles her back in two thousand and sixteen that was when she was portraying herself as a a political moderated and according to wikipedia pragmatic conservative. Elle magazine says she quote seeks to engage in rational discussion based on mutually agreed facts. Well well based on the mutually agreed fact of her slur against Maharaja today. I think it's fair to say the mkx sal days of engaging in rational discussion or over see because what what her calling Manoa liberal hack is really about is her running scared and attempting to reinvent herself as a foot soldier. That's what this is about. She's up for reelection election. She now actually has to earn her Senate seat the one she was appointed to and she's running against former astronaut mark. Kelly is going to be a tough election. She's desperate to say or or do anything to stay in power. That's what this is about back. In Two thousand sixteen. She was running for Congress. She didn't endorse trump. She probably doesn't WanNa talk about that now but she didn't endorse trump in fact she actually spoke out against trump when the access. Hollywood tape came out. METALLICA's been public about sexual abuse that she says. She suffered from coach when she was in high school. She's incredibly incredibly brave about that back. Then she said trump's comments are disgusting. Joking about sexual assault is unacceptable. I'm appalled sure. She was running for reelection. Action is a congresswoman then in a swing districts maybe it was political calculation but it was at least politically a tough call but once trump won she ran for Senate in two thousand eighteen for Jeff Flake seat. She knew which way the wind was blowing. She started embracing trump politico. Martha mcsally wants to make one thing clear before she launches in Arizona Senate campaign. She's she's a big fan of president. Donald trump big fan sally's brave. She's been in combat. She was a trailblazer in the military. But now she wants to stay in power so she picks on him good and decent reporter just asking a fair and simple question and you know how you know that this is all just a political act because she herself tweeted out a video of the exchange and she herself is now fundraising on that exchange. He's trying to make money off the fact that she called Montage Liberal Hack and you know what the president is now asking asking people to donate to her because she was rude and unprofessional to a reporter big long slow clap for you. Reporter was just doing his constitutionally back job Bob so congratulations appointed Senator Mc. Sally sure the money's GonNa flow in May get a bump in the polls and he may win but look at the company you are now in and look how far you have come. Were once a profile. Encourage your now profile and politics news continues one hundred Chris for Cuomo prime-time Chris..

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"mc sally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:50 min | 3 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Three FM KTAR dot com. Okay. We are here. I guess attorney Tom Ryan and political analyst Chuck Coughlin Chuck, and I had a show several weeks ago where we went through national politics. We thought about time to take a look on the on the more local scene, but if the bridge between local or national politics, we have the United States Senate major development in in recent days, those are that it looks like the way is being cleared for US Senate nomination for Representative Gallego is has bowed out in favor of commander Kelly. It looks likely clear in the field for absolutely keep in mind that initially there was also a grant Wood's former Republican very independent minded fellow. Now, a democrat who who announced that on this show here, by the way was the we were I he he. He came here directly from the registrar's office and said, I'm just changed. My registration. He would have been a formidable can candidate in the primary, but he also had the Republican baggage from before and had a few other issues. He would have trouble who had I think he would have been unbeatable in the fall. But there's the classic problem that he had to get out of the primary. How do you get out of the primary? You're a lifelong Republican, of course, he he he would not have been good not a farewell in a Republican primary either. So correct. And then we had in Ruben Geico was considering a run and Ruben would have been another formidable candidate. But the the fields been cleared for commander Mark Kelly. And I think you're going to see a lot of NRA attack ads coming after him by he's the right guy to weather that storm. I think. Yeah, I think Kelly is astronaut right? I mean, it's the right stuff, you know. And he's a fight. Ter- pilot. That's what MC Sally was extolling. And so he's got he's never been a candidate. Right. And that's going to be the big test is how does that translate? You know, I was talking to people the other day. And it was like, you know, you don't go to space to hang out with people. You're going to find out are very closest friends in. I read a piece the other day on this and said, you know, he may not be advantaged that first time candidates who do not face primary, which is admittedly small sample. Yeah. Generally don't fare very well. And I'm sure, you know, the the reason is they haven't been tested, you know, on this dumb. And and they may do inappropriate got a great campaign team. Rod McLeod, is is consultant rod did most of Kirsten's last campaign cinema too. Well, and then he did Gabby campaigns back in the day. And so he's very close to the family and a good guy and knows what he's doing and knows how to win a centrist race. But you still have the candidate out there in this stump questions who isn't resin done a whole lot. I I wanna talk a minute about gay goes decision, which I thought was unusual for our times of self interested politics, because I believe I want and I actually. Told him this. I said I thought if he'd run he would have won. And let me explain that thinking November or November in November. Because what we're looking at in the last cycle. We had you know in gubernatorial cycle, you generally have about a historically have about twelve point Republican participation advantage. The last cycle six in a in a normal presidential cycle. You have democrat. You have a Republican participation advantage of about six so in a presidential cycle in the future presidential cycle. It's looking to be almost flat. And the Democratic Party Felicia doing a great job raising money, and they have this outreach to get millennial voters a lot more people participating and we've seen two cycles now, and our other may oral cycle here in Phoenix also had an increased Democrats outperformed Republicans in in that racist. Well, so I thought just not just beat the normal nor Republicans normally outperform, they not own close that gap actually exceeded actually exceeded it, right? And so there's enthusiasm on that side of the equation that Ruben with his more progressive politics is Marine Corps veteran Amy I think could have narrated to that constituency particularly democratic primary, but I think he holds up pretty well against MC Sally to by virtue of MC Sally ran a race. And we saw the big joke. There was her best ad was her concession speech with their dog. So you know, that that was something but Reuven made a decision I believe based upon his youth. He's thirty seven years old the prospect of holding a seat here for a long time cultivating relationships with Mark Kelly as the Senate, and then potentially if the president, you know, the presidency switches in this neck cycle. He's in a driver seat for at least eight years if not longer and being able to, cultivate, one, you know, one of the problems Democrats have had here, you know, Jim Peterson was the old school democratic leadership here. It's really not had it. I mean, we've really not had that community of support in that position. He could, cultivate, a community of support in Arizona based upon and he's not I mean, he's a fire breathing guy. He's not as progressive. I think is people think he is. But you know, he's a Harvard educated as well. He's not a dummy. And so he's not a, you know, an empty. Suit. He knows what he's talking about. And so I think there's something really interesting to watch your how he evolves and the role he takes she's got an ex wife now is the mayor of Phoenix you got the trappings of that appears to be a friendly divorce. They're they're doing well together. I mean, they are not they're raising a kid, and that's important to ask Chuck a question here about your thoughts on the mkx Sally. Kelly race coming up here. What do you think about any kind of potential backlash for pushing MC Sally and rather than calling for a general election? There's a lot of to me it seems there's a lot of angst out there because Ducey played the game with two different individuals. And then. Sally. What do you think? Is there is there going to be any residual backlash because she was the loser. And then she got shoehorned into the position. What do you think? The residual backlash would be if she loses. Right. I mean, you they'll be all kinds of people being critical of that. Monday morning quarterbacking. But I don't think on the in the inside. It was you know, maintaining some sense of stability. We were going to you know, we we've never had to freshmen senators since the statehood, right? And so that's pretty rare you want people in there with experience. She was a congresswoman from southern Arizona had won two elections in. What is considered a pretty swing district? But as we all know running a statewide race versus a congressional race or city council race or a legislative race is a whole different bag of beans, and she didn't narrate that really well last time. And so I the path for her forward. I think is is figuring out an immigration situation. Here the question, do you think she gets a primary challenge? She may. She may I don't think so because of the governor's support of for her he owns the Republican machinery now in the state. He's driving. Force behind it. And so I don't really I if she does it will not be a substantial on it will be once she could virtually and that's actually probably a plus, by the way on the other side. We've heard rumblings Christie Shane remember him. He's make. But that would that would be ineffective opportunity for a drive around without a high. But I think it'd be an interesting cycle to watch. But it'll be an interesting long term trajectory to watch. What congressman geigo does in how he matures narrow young man right now. And I think you know, he manages that. Well, he's got a great future. He will do fine. It's a tough decision. But a good move on his part. Yeah. Well, we will be back in our next segment. Moving more closer into AirAsia per se politics, when we return to just a moment in the thanking your retirement dreams begin with forwards and financial planning. And I'm here with Stephanie fourteen. Great deceive Stephanie. It's good to see you, Gaydos, your fiduciary, right? Yes. Why is it? So. 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"mc sally" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:05 min | 3 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Over Representative Maher's comments is exposed a split in the party about what kind of criticism is politically acceptable about the US relationship with Israel is that a debate that the party needs to acknowledge and deal with well, I think that it is a debate within the caucus, and I think that foreign policy is an important issue, and there are differences with many many different areas of foreign policy. But I think the problem is is. Is that the comment really didn't allow for the debate on the policy issue? The comment really reduced it to people needing to understand language that is inflammatory language that is viewed as anti-semitism, and again, we took the opportunity to make this a learning experience. And I think it was a learning experience for Representative, Omar. And I think it was a learning experience for many members in the caucus who maybe understood that that wasn't a proper thing to say, but didn't understand the full depth impact in history of that kind of statement. And I can understand this is also not the first time that congressman Omar has been accused of antisemitism. She's already had to apologize once before about a different remarks. She made on Twitter. Have you spoken to her today? I have spoken to her today have spoken to her many times as a matter of fact over the weekend we were in Africa together. So I've spent a longtime speaking with her, and I think that again, this is an edge. Education educational process, not just for her. But for many members of the caucus, and I certainly hope that this is the last time we go down this road at this point. Does it feel like this debate has overshadowed other voting priorities? No. I don't think it's overshadowed. But I think it's important that it ends today. And I think it will end with this resolution and tomorrow, we will be back voting on an important piece of legislation HR one which looks at corruption it looks at voter expansion. It looks at money and politics, and it's the significant type of policy issues that we want to address in the democratic caucus, and we will be back on point first thing tomorrow, that's democratic congresswoman Karen bass of California chair of the Congressional Black caucus. Thank you for speaking with us. Thank you. Something extraordinary happened yesterday at a Senate hearing on sexual assault in the military. One of the survivors who spoke out was a Senator preyed upon and then raped by a superior officer. That was Senator Martha mcsally as NPR's quil Lawrence. Reports MC Sally is pushing military leaders to change a culture that has struggled with this problem for years. Arizona Republican Martha mcsally has been called an air force legend first woman to fly in combat first woman to command a combat squadron. And then a voice in congress promoting women in uniform. She stunned a panel of witnesses, including rape survivors, when she told her own story. So like you I am also a military sexual assault survivor. But unlike so many brave survivors, I didn't report being sexually assaulted. Like, so many women and men I didn't trust the system at the time. I blame myself. I was a shamed. And confused. I thought I was strong but felt powerless mic. Sally referred to more than one assailant during her twenty six years in the military when she did approach. Her command many years later, she was re traumatized. I was horrified at how my attempt to share. Generally, my experiences were handled. I almost separated from the air force at eighteen years over my despair like many victims. I felt the system was raping me all over again studies show the rate of sexual assault in the military. Especially for women hasn't significantly improved. Since MC Sally left the air force in two thousand ten some are pushing for a change in the military code of Justice to take rate cases away from commanding officers. But make Sally says she wants commanders held responsible. We must allow we must demand that commanders stay at the center of the solution and live up to the moral and legal responsibilities that come with being a commander that raises the question whether commanders will be any better now than when she was in the air force. Former army Colonel Allen herring with the service women's action network had this exchange with MC Sally removing commanders from the decision making process sends the signal that there are some some crimes that are so severe that commanders have no place in deciding if when or how they're prosecuted, so that's why I think that it's important to move commanders who. I don't have the same confidence in their skills are as as you. Thanks again. I appreciate the perspectives. Everybody on this panel. I respectfully disagree, but MC Sally's democratic colleague, New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand has pushed for years to remove rape cases from the chain of command. If you don't believe your commander is going to have your back because they're the assailant, then you don't necessarily believe his boss or his boss is going to have your back because of that chain. So from a survivor perspective, we've heard over and over again that the reason you take it out of the chain of command is because you want someone who is actually trained to make the decision. A technical decision. Mcsally pointed to improvements that have been made the military now has a special victims counsel who represents sexual assault victims interests in court something that is lacking in many civilian courts. But she says the change has to be in American culture. How do we ensure that that culture is one of respect and honor and dignity to include everyone many women not being assaulted knob being retaliated against not being harassed and everything on the? A continuum of harm the Sally story. Brought a hush to the Senate committee and thanks from the victims and their advocates at the hearing like former navy captain Laurie manning, but manning disagrees with MC Sally if she can't get. Chain of command to pay attention to rape if she can't do that. If she thinks they won't take seriously that means they won't take anybody seriously preached by phone after the hearing manning said MC Sally story made her even more convinced that the military Justice code has to change quil Lawrence NPR news. Amazon says it's closing more than eighty of its pop up stores where it leads customers tryout invites devices offline but Amazon is hardly giving up on its brick and mortar ambitions as NPR's. Lena Seljuk reports the Amazon pop up store has been one of the more understated endeavors by the company. There's those little kiosks you might see in a mall or a department store like Kohl's worst-off staff will teach you to use Alexa, or Amazon's holy grails sign you up for prime. Now these kiosks are going away. Here's Kohl's CEO. Michelle Goss on her company's earnings call on Tuesday. We've made the decision to transition from the store within a store concept to a more robust hotel relationship with Amazon, basically, Amazon figured out. It's better to just sell the devices normally on store shelves like at Kohl's or.

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06:13 min | 3 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Representative Omar's comments is exposed a split in the party about what kind of criticism is politically acceptable about the US relationship with Israel. Is that a debate that the party needs to acknowledge and deal with well, I think that it is a debate within the caucus. And I think that foreign policy is an important issue, and there are differences with many many different areas of foreign policy. But I think the problem is is that the comment really didn't allow for the debate on the policy issue. The comment really reduced to people needing to understand language that is inflammatory language that is viewed as anti semitism, and again, we took the opportunity to make this a learning experience. I think it was a learning experience for Representative, Omar. And I think it was a learning experience for many members in the caucus who maybe understood that that wasn't a proper thing to say, but didn't understand the full depth impact in history of that kind of statement. And I can understand this is also not the first time that congressman Omar has been accused of antisemitism. She's already had to apologize once before about a different remarks. She made on Twitter. Have you spoken to her today? I have spoken to her today have spoken to her many times as a matter of fact over the weekend we were in Africa together. So I've spent the longtime speaking with her, and I think that again, this is an education educational process, not just for her, but for many members of the caucus, and I certainly hope that this is the last time we go down this road at this point. Does it feel like this debate has overshadowed other voting priorities? No. I don't think it's over shadowed. But I think it's important that it ends today. And I think it will end with this resolution and tomorrow, we will be back voting on an important piece of legislation HR one which looks at corruption it looks at voter expansion. It looks at money and politics, and it's the significant type of policy issues that we want to address the democratic caucus, and we will be back on point first thing tomorrow, that's democratic congresswoman Karen bass of California chair of the Congressional Black. Caucus. Thank you for speaking with us. Thank you. Something extraordinary happened yesterday at a Senate hearing on sexual assault in the military. One of the survivors who spoke out was a Senator is preyed upon and then raped by a superior officer. That was Senator Martha mcsally as NPR's quil Lawrence. Reports MC Sally is pushing military leaders to change a culture that has struggled with this problem for years. Arizona Republican Martha mcsally has been called an air force legend first woman to flying combat first woman to command a combat squadron. And then a voice in congress promoting women in uniform. She stunned a panel of witnesses, including rape survivors, when she told her own story. So like you I am also a military sexual assault survivor. But unlike so many brave survivors, I didn't report being sexually assaulted. Like, so many women and men I didn't trust the system at the time. I blame myself. I was a shame and confused. I thought I was strong but felt powerless mic. Sally referred to more than one assailant during her twenty six years in the military when she did approach. Her command many years later, she was re traumatized. I was horrified at how my attempt to share. Generally, my experiences were handled. Almost separated from the air force at eighteen years over my despair like many victims. I felt the system was raping me all over again studies show the rate of sexual assault in the military. Especially for women hasn't significantly improved. Since MC Sally left the air force in two thousand ten some are pushing for a change in the military code of Justice to take rape cases away from commanding officers. But MC Sally says she wants commanders held responsible. We must allow we must demand that commanders stay at the center of the solution and live up to the moral and legal responsibilities that come with being a commander that raises the question whether commanders will be any better now than when she was in the air force. Former army Colonel Allen herring with the service women's action network had this exchange with MC Sally removing commanders from the making process sends the signal that there are some some crimes that are so severe that commanders have no place in deciding if when or how they are prosecuted. So that's why I think that it's important to move commanders who. I don't have the same confidence in their skills or abilities as as you. Thanks again. I appreciate the perspectives. Everybody on this panel. I respectfully disagree, but MC Sally's democratic colleague, New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand has pushed for years to remove rape cases from the chain of command. If you don't believe your commander is going to have your back because they're the assailant, then you don't necessarily believe his boss or his boss is going to have your back because of that chain. So from a survivor perspective, we've heard over and over again that the reason you take it out of the chain of command is because you want someone who is actually trained to make the decision a technical decision. Exactly pointed to improvements that have been made the military now has a special victims counsel who represents sexual assault victims interests in court, something that is lacking in many civilian courts. But she says the change has to be in American culture. How do we ensure that that culture is one of respect and honor and dignity to include everyone men and women not being assaulted knob being retaliated against not being harassed and everything on the? Continuum of harm the Sally story. Brought a hush to the Senate committee and thanks from the victims and their advocates at the hearing like former navy captain Laurie manning, but manning disagrees with Nick Sally, if she can't get. A chain of command to pay attention to a rape. If she can't do that. If she thinks they won't take her seriously that means they won't take anybody seriously breached by phone after the hearing manning said MC Sally story made her even more convinced that the military Justice code has to change quil Lawrence NPR news..

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"mc sally" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Seven hundred Tucson's. Most stimulating talk three things. I think you need to know number one center MC Sally admits that she was revealed. She was a victim of sexual assault. While in the air force didn't wanna name the perpetrator all at a hearing where there are other victims of sexual assault remembers the military. She also said that she was. Last year. I thought it was I thought it was last year. Maybe it was two years ago. I had this story. Arizona Republic where said she was sexually assaulted by a high school track. Coach when she was a teenager, terrible stuff. Second thing. I think you need to know democrat congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, just defended Ilhan, Omar cheese from a different culture. That's they're all saying Jan Schakowsky saying, she comes from a different culture. She and understand the words that she was saying they're defending the anti-semites third thing. I think you need to know secretary. Nielsen says we're expecting a million legal aliens to cross the border and we've discovered a children children recycling ring so people can act like their families. It's being advertised in Central America. And the Democrats didn't care. They just said Trump puts kids in cages, we'll get to all that first. Tom was a former Jag officer. John autom- woke McCain We lose them. Maybe maybe the other line right there on check that one out. Well, but I'm saying maybe because it started going so maybe he switched we'll get to the Pelosi stuff in just a second. And if we can get now you lost Madam and cool to hear that the former Jag officer. Nope. Gone. So all right. We'll move on. I wanted to get a Jag officers perspective, but didn't happen. So maybe we'll get them into the future. What what he said? They did prosecute for rape back then. Yeah, they're prosecuting rape. Really? I'll check. All right. I know another lines of blowing up who knows what happened. Is that? All right. Hang on hang on. Ready, Tom we lost a now, you're back. Walk. Mccain esti. Hello, tom. Are you good? What's happening, man? Well, former navy Jag in the seventies had contact with a lot of Jag officers over the years and small group I can confirm that we have constantly and assiduously prosecuted. Bill sort of things I was wondering that when she said that because he of course, you have the TV show. And it's not new. But you so what was your reaction? Then when when you know MC Sally said, I didn't image basically said that I felt if I said something it would hurt me. Well, I'm upset because that was our sworn duty we prosecute. Every every naval base. I had every military base. Heavy Jag, and those are the attorneys prosecute. I mean, there's prosecutors there. There's people to report it. There's naval investigative service. There's a legal system within the military. I think Lindsey Graham was Jag officer. Believe you up. Yes. I mean, interesting his his area his perspective. So what's your take? Then. I mean, do you. Yeah. I take you. I find it very difficult to believe that she couldn't go. See a navy Jag were officers. Just issues an officer and make a complaint. Do you think we're women shunned back in the seventies? If they came to you and said or any of your colleagues and said, I was victim of sexual assault. I'm very unaware of that certainly not Jack core because that's where we prosecuted, but I I, you know, I just find that hard to believe I mean, I'm not saying there, isn't sexual assault. But it is not prevalent, and I can tell you during the Obama years, they'd be much more strict, the metoo type thing she says good it happened very strong. It's Marine Corps buddies that were Jags in the. Well, during Obama's years, and they said it has gotten to the point where you prosecuted those things vigorously, well that's different than when she was in the late eighties early nineties. I agree. I'm not, but I'm saying that it has become progress. Yeah. So you're saying on so right? Walkaway from what I mean? I think that's incorrect. I just it just bothers me that they would put a stain on military, especially when she said at the end, I felt like the system was raping me over and over again, as if there was no way, she could get help or get Justice. That's bogus. Yeah. Well, again, that's that's why that's people are not, you know, they they have their opinions of MC Sally. And listen. Thank you for your expertise. Tom, tom. I thank you for forgetting back on after we lost her. Thank you, sir. Bye. Bye. There are people that just they don't wanna believe for whatever reason. And they don't believe. So there's that's now let's go to. Nancy Pelosi just minutes ago. She literally defended the anti-semites congresswoman Ilhan, Omar. She defended her she was asked by the press right away. Listen to this. Here we go this happened just minutes. Ilhan Omar understands why her problem attic? And what happens if this happens again? Well, first of all thank you for the question. I don't I don't think that that the congresswoman is. Appreciate the hurt. Other people..

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Senator Martha McSally recounts Air Force sexual assault

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"A Senator breaks news about herself for the hearing into sexual assaults in the military. Arizona Republican Martha mcsally was the first female air force pilot, the flying combat. She's also a survivor of sexual assault. But unlike so many brave survivors, I didn't report being sexually assaulted like so many women and men I didn't trust the system at the time during an Armed Services Committee hearing on sexual assault MC Sally talked about being raped by a superior officer. She did not say when that assault occurred. Name her attacker. An airforce spokesperson says we are appalled and deeply sorry for what Senator McCain Sally experienced in her steadfast in our commitment to eliminate this reprehensible behavior in breach of trust in our

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Sen. McSally says she was raped in Air Force

"Amount that air force spokeswoman says the air force's appalled and deeply sorry. After Senator Martha mcsally said that she was raped by a superior officer. Captain Carey Volpi says the criminal actions reported by Sally today before the Senate Armed Services subcommittee, quote violate every part of what it means to be there. But she says the air force stands behind MC Sally at all victims of

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"mc sally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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12:00 min | 3 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Sunny today, the high sixty six degrees. It'll be clear tonight with a low of thirty seven cloudy and sixty four for the high tomorrow right now, fifty three degrees in Gilbert. Weather brought to you by Howard air whether replace or repair, call Howard air. I'm Bob McClay on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. Arizona's news station. KTAR news on ninety two three FM. Get some perspective. Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. Just one hour ago. Former Arizona attorney general former Republican grant Wood's kept his word said he'd come in here. Let us know what his decision was as far as running for Senate. I'm not gonna run as a democrat here. I'm not interested in spending the next eighteen months. Running against Democrats. So that then we can go against MC. Sally and thirty days later early ballots. Go out. Okay. There's a lot to unpack their one. He says right off the bat. Real quick. I'm not gonna run as a democrat here. Okay. Not run as a democrat. So Bruce followed up a little bit later on and said does that mean you're going to run as an independent? Yeah. Would you run? And he said, yeah. No, not not being cute with words. He wasn't he's running. And then also, you know, I don't wanna I don't wanna run against them a Kratz. And I asked him like, did you really think that you're going to be the only one running on the democratic side? Like you had to anticipate that there were going to be other people jumping into that field. Well, we like to give you perspective on this show. And so to get perspective on this announcement, we've invited Kris hurston democratic political analysts into the studio to talk a little bit about this announcement good morning. Good morning. So were you surprised by grants decision? Not to run. No, I thought that he was running that he was going to run maybe six weeks ago. What changes in six weeks? I think what changed in six weeks is he determined that. He would not have a clear field in the democratic primary and others were gonna run namely to people who Mark Kelly. The astronaut. Giffords and congressman Ruben Gallego and he realized smartly that with those two in the race. And he in the race. There was no way he could win a democratic primary in. So that's what made the decision in in. Chris. You are a. An analyst a political analyst for for Democrats of former yourself you switch parties as well. Three and a half years ago. Yeah. Grant woods, not running good or bad for Democrats in Arizona. Boy, that's a tough question. Good news or bad news. If win this. I think for the Prodi's to win the seat. It's probably good now that he doesn't run. Let me let me let me just say, I like grant woods, I've had a great working relationship with the people who know almost thirty five years when I was in the legislature and the governor's office, and he was attorney general we worked very well together. He's a good guy. And he and he loves Arizona. And so forth. Sharp guy. But having said that he's not a democrat. He he should pretty much says the same if you if you if you wanted to put him Bishen EPA curb. He should've read reregister should've left the Republican party. He doesn't belong there. But he should be a registered independent. That's where he is. And you heard that in. He was critical of the Democratic Party already. The push back on that canon independent in all reality actually win a massive race. I mean, the amount of money that it would take on the democratic side to win this seat. I mean, millions upon millions upon millions the last race between cinema and mix. Sally. The most expensive state has ever seen the amount of money for just the parties that have the mechanisms to raise it is so high how the heck does an independent do that. Oh, they don't. That's why he didn't really go with what he he where he belongs as an independent because he's really critical of both parties, Chris he registered as a democrat because he knew that was his own way of winning the US Senate seat. So you're okay. So. I'm trying to understand it correctly. And I think I I'm getting this. You are. You are recently confirming the frustration that Pamela, and I feel that we do not fit into either fringe of either party therefore after the primary process goes through. There are no candidates that inspire us to come out and vote and get excited. And it's it's it's not just you. And I we know we're talking to the masses. And folks that are like calling in on our open mic line is saying the same Brian from Kashgar, and it really saddens me the grant won't run based on the political climate that we have today the fringes have just literally killed everything. So you have so many people saying that. But then who do we vote for when all that remains are the fringe are either leaving office or won't run for? All right. You you two are wonderful. But but you're displaying an naive attitude. It's been this way for hours. Our political system. Every election is the most important election of your lifetime. I get that. But it feels like the fringes are more fringe. There are not centrist candidates and that the parties don't appear it used to be my impression your your political analysts that the parties used to fight for the center. Now, they're fighting for the free. Oh, absolutely. The the big ten theory that you were taught in political science classes decades ago, the why the two parties had to have the big tent and let all different views come in that had a moderating influence on. Both. Ronald Reagan announced could not win a Republican primary now, it's a pumpkin theory. So how are we naive? No. Because it's been like, this this isn't anything. But would you acknowledge it's worse than it has? But it seems to be going to an extreme. And I wonder if there's going to be a backlash. Yeah. I think I think you need. The backlash isn't going to occur in twenty because Donald Trump. Okay. I think whoever crafts nominate for president. Whether it's camera Harris, whether it's the lady who I liked by the way, that the grant Wood's chose to criticize today, and that's Elizabeth Warren, whether whether you know, it's it's any of these candidates K. I think the issue will be we gotta get Donald Trump out of office. And oh, by the way, the lady running for the US Senate seat for McCain Senate seat embraces Donald Trump that'll be the issue. So whoever the Democrats nominate that will be the issue tons of national money will come in from both parties, and I do believe the Democrats will take out Martha mcsally with with with Kelly or Ruben Gallego. Okay. But let's talk about that. Because we're talking to democratic political analysts here, Chris hurston, and we're talking about the news that grant woods broke on our show about an hour ago that he will not be running for the US Senate. He's now taking himself. Out of the democratic primary a primary that we all kind of expect. But don't fully know that Mark Kelly and Ruben guy probably gonna throw their hat into the ring and having any minute that yet. But it's it's kind of like the talk. That's okay. So Mark Kelly has in my opinion one platform, and that is anti gun gun legislation based on what happened to his wife. And and you know, what absolute yet. No not faulting him for that. And this isn't an attack on him and his platform. I'm simply offering you this Chris how can a guy who's main platform is restricting the second amendment in Arizona. Beat an incumbent what public in which would being, you know, Martha mcsally in this case. Well, first of all I want to just say that Ruben gay or Mark Kelly will be very strong candidates. But you've asked me about Kellyanne center on him. First of all. I think anybody that doesn't agree. Not anybody many people that don't agree with Mark Kelly like I do agree with him on more gun control being necessarily fair. I do believe that the mainstream of Arizona believes that too. Yes. I think you've missed the boat on this. I winning. I think there's enough independents and Democrats agree with Mark Kelly and Gabby giffords on on gun control. But even if they don't k- they will be forgiving of 'em of on that issue because they will say to themselves. You know, if my wife had been shot in the head and had that horrible thing happened to them. I probably be for more gun control. They will give him a pass on that. And then all the other issues will be out there, and he will be a fresh political face not tinged by the political system with Gabby giffords. Who's a he heroin side running against a lady Martha mcsally who embraces Donald Trump is it enough? We'll win that seat. If he's the nominee is it enough to just be anti-trump, though almost. And let me tell you. Mark Kelly gave a speech to the miracle. Book county Democrats over a year ago over a year ago and gave a speech where he taught never mentioned. I don't believe gun control. He touched on a whole bunch of other issues, and he got a raucous ovation from them on other issues. Don't underestimate his ability to raise a ton of money, nationally and spend that money talking about all these issues and he's going to appear as a fresh face. Who's not a typical politician? He's an astronaut, you know, a strong commander military background to go against MC. Sally. And we'll have Gabby giffords at his side who was by the way as a legislator, and a congresswoman very centrist think Kelly will be an alternative could be an alternative that will roll in the general election if he can get by Ruben Geoghegan's Mary. Mary. It's gonna be fascinating to see in that primary because you're more plugged into this than I am you've been doing this a heck of a lot longer than I am. And I'm talking to Chris hurston here again democratic political analysts. I'm just looking at this from like a thirty thousand foot viewpoint, and yes, I'm sure the man has several different platforms book, the one he is known for the most famous one that he has been going around the country raising those funding those money on those funds on is gun control. In would that work in other states, California? Absolutely. This is era zone. I think that's going to be a huge obstacle for him. You know every single candidate. That was I believe that was successful from the democratic side this last election the presidential election turnout. Whether it was Katie Hobbs or Sandra Kennedy or any or any of these folks, Kathy Hoffman. If you ask them about any of these issues like gun control. They would have been Justice progressive on that issue is Mark Kelly, and they did just fine where he is Arizona. Politics these days. I think a lot of people listening to grant Wood's announcement that he won't run disappoint some excites others, but it certainly shakes the field up a little we're going to continue dig a little deeper into that with our guest, Chris Erste democratic political analysts will do that right after Bob McClay checks in with our top stories..

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"mc sally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Weather brought to you by Howard air. It's twelve o two and sixty four degrees in Phoenix. We're digging deeper into the hacienda healthcare case after learning. The facility doesn't have a state license KTAR's. Ashley flood is live in the news center to explain Bob KTAR has learned hacienda healthcare doesn't have a state license. But that's because they're certified by the federal government the hacienda healthcare facility where a woman in a vegetative state gave birth last month is exempt from a state license as long as the facility is Medicaid, certified, which it is the state health department does regularly review the facility on behalf of the federal government. Now, if the state finds any deficiencies that are serious enough, they can be put on a termination track. This gives them ninety days to correct any infractions. And if they don't the federal government can void their contract live in the news center. Ashley, flood KTAR news Chandler police are looking for a man suspected of shooting it Arezzo to department of transportation. Officers after they attempted to serve an arrest warrant it happened early this morning at a department complex realm of school road in Chandler boulevard. The suspect attempted to drive off and in the process tempted to run over one of the eight hundred officers gentler. Police sergeant Daniel Mahia says that officer was hit by the vehicle while it was fleeing the scene. None of the officers were hurt suspects. Still outstanding. If you have any information, please call police an eighteen year old man who was accused of assaulting America county sheriff's surgeon is now also charged with terrorism is my Hamad fountain hills allegedly threatened the sergeant with a knife before being shot and wounded earlier this month. He's now facing two counts of terrorism. Although it's unclear why retired CIA chief Dan Hoffman gave Arizona's morning news one alleged theory Hamad was possibly radicalized in cyberspace. And that's the challenge again for state and local law enforcement. And if there's a nexus to overseas. Then of course, our intelligence community, including my old agencies CIA would become involved records state that Hamad allegedly provided advice assistance direction or management to ISIS. Arizona department democratic Representative Ruben guy says he's quote, very interested in running for the US Senate seat currently held by Martha mcsally in twenty twenty geigo would be challenging MC Sally for that current position. It's the old post that John McCain used to have guys go met with Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer earlier this week President Trump says he may declare a national emergency to fund the border wall. But in Arizona, Republican isn't sure that's the best idea. The legal analysis is going on related to that. That's a last resort. Senator Martha mcsally told Arizona's morning news a little earlier, she preferred Democrats come to the table and negotiate. They are acting like children. It is not an unreasonable request to ask for additional border security and. Border barriers where President Obama put that in his own budget and got it funded. This is day twenty seven of the government shutdown, and there doesn't appear to be any end in sight. Jeremy foster KTAR news. Meanwhile, house speaker Nancy Pelosi Democrats said today that President Trump should stop pushing for a border wall insistence on the wall is a luxury the country can no longer afford. Pelosi says the shutdown is undermining national security and hurting economic growth. President Trump at the Pentagon today called for a more aggressive space-based missile defense system to protect against threats from North Korea and Iran and counter weapons weapons systems that are being developed by Russia and China Trump unveiled the administration's new missile defense review. We are committed to establishing a missile defense program that can shield every city in the United States, and we will never negotiate away a.

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"mc sally" Discussed on 550 KFYI

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Time for download with Craig Martin. Congress is picking up where the old one left off in a stalemate over the partial closure of the federal government. The White House insists that there will be no agreement without more than five billion dollars in border wall funding newly-elected house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the wall is a non-starter the wall in my view is an immorality is again, a waste of money and opportunity costs to protect the American people that it is a diversionary tactic on the part of the president. The democratic led house is debating legislation that would fund most affected departments and agencies through September Kirstin cinema and Martha mcsally made history today when they became the first woman from Arizona, sworn into the US Senate Democrats cinema is the first woman elected to the Senate from Arizona. She after she beat MC Sally ended Ovimbundu. Election MC Sally. Who was appointed? By governor Doug Ducey to fill the seat of late. Senator John McCain said, she'll work for all Erazo commitment to Arizona's is to represent the Grand Canyon state with a heart of service and gratitude duty honor and country have been guiding principles for my service to our nation for over three decades in the Senate, I will continue with that focus. Sally, we'll have to win a special election in twenty twenty to retain that seat for the remainder of McCain's term new figures from rent cafe find that rents in the valley are some of the fastest growing in the country. Phoenix wrench rose seven point seven percent last year second only to Las Vegas. Doug, wrestler of commercial real estate data company yard. He matrix says multifamily housing will be one of the best investment vehicles over the next couple of years look at the larger fifty units and up type of apartments to be able to make a pretty broad investment and get a good return other valley. Area's also experienced sharp rent. Increases including Peoria, Mesa, Scottsdale. Rents are also expected to go higher this year. KFYI covers the valley with eastside. Westside traffic. Here's leap alad, Steve trello. Here's the latest Craig Martin. We've got a wreck.

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"mc sally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

10:23 min | 3 years ago

"mc sally" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We believe in what we're understanding is we are about just less than one hour away from the swearing in ceremony. We know from governor Ducey when he appointed Martha mcsally to the seat vacated by Senator Kyle previously. Vacated by Senator McCain step that. Congresswoman gosh, the terms Senator electric cinema will be sworn in. I making her the first female Senator immediately followed by. Congresswoman Senator like MC Sally being sworn in making her the second female Senator. But both of them will be sworn in roughly ten AM Phoenix time. Well, I don't think you would call MC Sally Senator elect Ben let me clarify two point Senator appointee. Or whatever the analogy is right. Let me clarify because she McCain's term would have ended in twenty twenty two crash. She gets to serve until twenty twenty and twenty twenty there will be a special election where should she win that election? She could serve until twenty twenty two. Another two years mealy run again. So yeah. So you could say that it's a good thing to get appointed to Senator McCain seat. But the flipside is you basically have to run for that seat. Two more times to get to a full Senator term of six years. So it it's basically what she had been done in the past the congresswoman where you have to run every two years. But the question is, and I think one of the the the question marks. You know, you can look at it from a national perspective. What's going to change the Democrats take control of the house today? How will that the balance of power sharing power working there? But how? And who are are senators going to grow into our two new freshmen senators to females who ran against each other. From different political parties, certainly have some differing views. I assume they agree on some things as well. But I think one of the frustrating things for me. And I would I'm not saying I paid attention to it more than most people, but I kind of had to right? I can't fully tell you everything cinema and MC Sally your foreign against because the campaign. I think I can acknowledge was not indicative of who they really were do, you know, what I'm saying? When you would you run for Senate, but whether it be the negative attack ads or the puff pieces that you run in favor of yourself. Who are they really because it takes some time to understand who they are all uses an example, it took time for a lot of people understand who Senator flake was for him to find his voice. The Senate Senator McCain didn't show up as a brash maverick on day one it it takes time for you to understand. Okay. What kind of a Senator they going to be are they going to be very vociferous. Are they going to be outspoken or are they going to be one of these these people that I'm sure you hear it all the time. I hear the Senator from somewhere I go. That's a Senator. Right. What am I gonna Looper? Where's he from the Hecker? Well, the thing is is that there are some senators who stand out like, oh, I don't know Mitch McConnell stands out. Marco Rubio stands out because he was from Florida. A and B he ran for president. Remember when they had seventy running for president, you kind of get to know them. But I think for Senator cinema. I think she's going to be more of the same. The big question will be what Martha mcsally will do. Because what kind of she lost in a red state to a centrist democrat because that is what Kirsten cinema is out of cheap voted sixty percent of the time with bills that Trump side. I I made the point earlier that if Kirstin cinema was running for Senate in Vermont New Hampshire she would run as a Republican. She is not their version of a democratic that is not a democrat. Now, she is decidedly too far to the right for them. So we all grade on a curve you look at the different states and kind of the bay Cup of it like a blue dog. She's kind of like that blue dot talk about that used to be the term they use for like Gary Condit that was the term they use because he was that conservative. Democrat those Democrats who kinda liked Reagan, but didn't become Republicans. But is changing and is the Senate so fundamentally changed or is congress so fundamentally changed that somebody like Kirsten cinema won't be able to fit in. I don't know there are there are senators who stand out, and there's freshmen senators who stand out. But they stand out for maybe not always the right reasons. Let me throw this out there. Cory booker. Cory booker. Democrat from New Jersey. You got the former mayor of Newark. Yes. Yeah. Right. Not not the loveliest town to look. No. But but he stands out for being. Outspoken for being a huge Trump critic you see what I'm saying? Well, he's he's the liberal nice guy. But that's his brain. He's on Twitter. And he's you know, and he's like he's run into buildings and save citizens who were has. So by question is and what I I admit, I'm not sure what will cinema and mix Sally's brand be what will their image be not only in the Senate kind of on a national level. But what will it be here in the state of Arizona? I will they more likely reflect I think mcsally might have to change because again, she lost to cinema. But she's still got a seat. Like, she got a participation trophy. You don't get all six years, but she get too. So Don tweeted me, by the way, at Bruce St James said, I disagree a little he says, you know, who they are by now by how they voted cinema is a policy driven independent mix. Sally is with Trump. And I don't know if I necessarily agree with that. And that's not me trying to defend or attack one of them. Kirstin cinema has evolved over time time in in the house, she has evolved from the person who I got elected to the house to the person that ran for Senate. I'm not I'm not accusing her of not being genuine. I'm not one hundred percent sure like where where water will find its level with her. And the thing about MC is mix. Sally was not Colt forty five build a wall locker up until she ran for Senate. And then after she lost her Senate race, she seemed and they did a post mortem internally. We're basically one of the reasons they decided she had lost looking at voters was she was too closely aligned to Trump. So I think Mick Sally knows if she's going to lock her up build the wall candidate she could lose again in two thousand twenty she can lose this thing all over again, if the antibeach are she seen as being too closely aligned to Trump. That's what cost. Her this last election, and that's the risk for her. If she runs against former attorney, General, Grant woods or former or is it marker Scott Kelly. Mark Mark Kelly. They're twins my confusion, if one of them runs those are strong names to run against. So it's not like she's running up against the businessman that nobody's heard of these are people who know how policy works. These are people who are in the trenches and talking to people and could raise a whole lot of money, and she'd have to raise a bunch of money to we regardless of money because this will be a hot Senate seat and keep in mind that they've got two years to govern. And again to show us who they are by their votes by their stances by their policy. Both cinema and MC Sally. But the big difference is MC Sally's immediately running for reelection kissing cinema has six years to worry about another election issue. I'm saying. That gives you a little wiggle room. Because. So okay. So she has to I have to do math. So in twenty twenty four when cinema has to run for reelection. If you choose to consume. I don't think a lot of people would go remember how she wasn't January of two thousand eighteen like that's not what people are gonna remember. Sally doesn't have that. Luxury. People are gonna go. Well, here's exactly the type of Senator you were for the last two years that vote that's going to happen on the budget, for example wall that's gonna affect. Cinema cinema. Nope. Six years from now. We'll people remember that government the great government shutdown of two thousand eighteen thousand nineteen my guess is that won't be what they're voting on regardless of how you feel about that won't be the thing. It may be one of the key things when it comes to MC Sally. And I think MC Sally has again the much finer line to walk for a variety of reasons. One of them being is how pro slash anti-trump. Does she need to be where is that balance for her to appeal to a large enough group of people in the state of Arizona to get elected? Well, that was a genius of cinemas campaign because from the beginning it looked like I mean, she said the word independent and all those did you notice that never democrat. He just said in. Well, she talked about how. Yeah. That's what Arizona's like they like a maverick like Democrats. They mourn the loss of John McCain, which they should have. Because there was one thing. He was he would get on the floor of congress, and you can look at it and YouTube and make fun of his own his own party. He was he was chastised. They were alone the more door. I mean, he made a Lord of the rings reference at which you got a of differences is entering McCain had some tenure and seniority that the senators would sit there and take it from him. Neither mic Sally, nor cinema are going to be able to get up there and give that speech and have any of the other senators care about it. The lead brought to you by Berge Ford off the US sixty and Mesa drive online at bergeford dot com. So because of the great government shutdown of two thousand eighteen thousand nine hundred some employees won't be getting paychecks for quite a while. As a matter of fact, some of them may not get paid. 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Is Trump stepping back from his hard-line of shutting the government down?

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00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Is Trump stepping back from his hard-line of shutting the government down?

"Time Michael Flynn opted to waiting until next year for his punishment. After a judge said he could not guarantee Flynn would not face. At least some time in prison finest pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with the Russian ambassador. The former national security adviser is given prosecutors full cooperation which edge. Emmett Sullivan warned he was not bound by the special counsel recommendation, Matt Flynn, serve little or no prison. The judge said Flynn had misled federal agents from inside his office inside the west wing of the White House. A very serious matter. The judge added Flynn's lawyer said he might still be called to testify in a case against to his former business associates charged with. Acting as agents of Turkey, they opted to wait until that case ends to hear Flynn sentence. Carrie Johnson NPR news, Washington. Arizona. Governor Doug Ducey is appointing Republican Martha mcsally to be that states. New Senator filling the vacancy created by the death of John McCain in August just last month. Sally narrowly lost the race. For owners other Senate seat democrat Kirsten cinema today. Mick Sally cechini tends to work with her colleague, we had a very spirited campaign. But it's over. I congratulated her on the phone the night. I conceded an in person on the floor, and I look forward to working with her in the future. Mcsally also appears to have reconciled to some degree with McCain's widow, Cindy, McCain McCain's families, reportedly furious MC Sally, followed President Trump's lead. And did not mention McCain's named at the signing of a defense. Bill just before his death, builders, breaking grammar more homes last month, virtually all that increased building was in the apartment sector. The Commerce Department reports construction of new single family homes actually fell last month. Overall housing construction was up three point two. Percent from the previous month after a Volvo session on Wall Street, stocks edged up modestly the Dow gained eighty two points. The NASDAQ was up thirty points, the SNP closed up a fraction this is NPR. And you're listening to WNYC in New York

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The Conservative Circus

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Michael, Garcia and Harris. discussed on The Conservative Circus

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