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Fresh update on "nancy pelosi" discussed on The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

01:05 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nancy pelosi" discussed on The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

"At buck Sexton show. You have likely seen if you've been following some of the news from the weekend. This story of this horrific shooting in Colorado Springs. At a nightclub and LGBTQ nightclub, I believe 5 people were killed. And immediately, and this is just what we've seen now in these incidents. Instead of even allowing for a day of just grieving as a nation for a horrific violent event like this and a serious look at anything that could be done from a security perspective, how could these things be likely averted or minimized in the future? What is possible to do? And sometimes those conversations can be very unsatisfying in the sense that there is evil in this world and there will be people who choose to do evil regardless of what the laws may be regardless of what law enforcement programs are in place. Sometimes there is an idea to address it and sometimes there is there is not much that comes from it. But instead it immediately it immediately turns into a point scoring political exercise for many pundits for many people in the news and it's gross. And the way that they do this now is something called stochastic terrorism they'll call it. So ChapStick, just so you know, you'll see this popping up and people who want to appear smarter than they are in the media will throw this term around. So ChapStick comes from stochasticity, which is a term from statistics. And it's effectively random probability distribution. So if you look at a Petri dish with bacteria in it, where will they go first and how fast will they grow? Mathematically, you can't really tell, so you'll say, well, there's a random probability distribution at work. Now, I'm not a stats guy, but that's a very layperson view of what stochasticity is, but when they say it's the terrorism, what they're talking about is using a form of emotional blackmail against people. They'll say, well, this event that happened. Okay, the Nancy, let's take it away from the horrific event of Colorado Springs. Let's look at the Nancy Pelosi's husband attack situation. People were saying that was, you know, whether it was politicians, people in the media, that was the terrorism. Because they say, well, what exactly was the inciting moment, what connection is there to anybody on the mainstream right or why did this happen in this way at this time? Well, there's no actual connection to anybody in the Republican Party or anybody that incited this specific act, and so they say, well, it's just an environment. It's just a general sensibility out there that you're responsible for if you're a Republican, if you're a conservative, but that this environment created this instance of stochastic terrorism. It removes any sense of causality and it's just a means of saying clay your side, I'm going to hold your side responsible for this, right? I'm going to hold your people responsible for this and we have to see this for what it is. I mean, when there are incidents, here's a perfect example when a Bernie Sanders supporter named James hodgkinson takes a rifle and tries to murder shoot Steve scalise tries to murder senator Rand Paul tries to kill as many conservative members of Congress as possible. These still ChapStick terrorism narrative would be every Democrat. Every Democrat is responsible for creating that environment, encouraging that. They should all be asked to condemn it. If they don't condemn it enough, you have to ask if they sympathize with it. That's what the stochastic terrorism narrative is. Of course, that never applies to Democrats that only applies to any time it can be set at the feet of the right in some way. And this is yet again over the weekend you see this. Somehow, every, you know, every conservative is responsible in the eyes of the left through stochastic terrorism for this horrific mass shooting that occurs in Colorado Springs, there's no basis in rationality reality and causality for this, but it's emotionally very effective for people. Look. I think we need to all do regularly. And this is what I would hope would happen in 2024, maybe it's too optimistic. We need like a national probability and statistics expert. Because I believe you were one of the first people I saw and then saying this book and then I went and looked into it and I said this is fascinating. If we eliminated every mass shooting, as it is defined in America today, 99% of murders would still be occurring in this country. So the question that I have for everyone out there and I think it's a really good one. And I think this is an example of where the media is failing. The media shows up every time there's a mass shooting and covers it as if it is the overarching problem that exists in America today. Everybody out there listening, which is nobody got murdered, right? Everybody is anti death. When it comes to people dying from violent means. All right? What makes more sense to constantly show up when there's a mass shooting and pretend that it's representative of violence in America or every weekend in Chicago or Philadelphia, or Atlanta, or New York City sometimes, certainly Houston. Many different big cities out there that have been seeing skyrocketing rates of murder that almost entirely getting ignored. What would be a more accurate representation of covering violence in America and the dangers to Americans? Would it be showing up in a mass shooting site and arguing, oh, Republicans are responsible for all of this, or recognizing that the reality is mass shootings, mass murders are occurring in all of our cities every day, and the number one way to reduce murders. Remember, if we did away with every mass shooting in America, 99% of them would still be occurring. This is my issue book with, it's so frustrating to me the way that police misconduct gets covered as if we eliminated I wish we could. Every single issue of police misconduct in America. You know what would happen to the actual murder rate? It would not even be noticeably different, right? Because we focused on these arbitrary and not representative outlier issues and we missed the larger substance of it. Black Lives Matter is a great example book. They all rush out in the streets to protest really Black Lives Matter needs the parenthetical added to it. Black Lives Matter when white people are involved in any way with the black life ending, but when a black life is taken by another black life, which is 94% or 93% of all black murders gets almost no attention or coverage at all, it's a failure of reality, a failure of truth in favor of narrative, and that's what we see every single time with these shootings. And there's also something that is really ugly and I would even

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Megan Basham Discusses David French's About Turn on Marriage

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:51 min | 5 d ago

Megan Basham Discusses David French's About Turn on Marriage

"Megan, so let's keep going. We're talking about something that just happened. Thanks to these horrifically feckless Republican senators, 12 of them, God help us. What has been the evangelist, the reaction of some evangelicals now. By the way, the fact that you mentioned the southern Baptists and the U.S. Catholic bishops dissented said this was not good. That alone is amazing news because the U.S. Catholic bishops have been incredibly pathetic on a number of things. On this, they did it right. I'm thrilled to hear that. But what has been the word out there in the rest of evangelicalism? Well, I think there's been a lot of shock over in particular that David French piece. I assume your audience is probably pretty familiar with David French, but if you're not, he is a well-known evangelical pundit. He writes at the Atlantic. He has his own publication called the dispatch that he publishes with some other never trumpers. And he put out a piece yesterday that is shocking a lot of people, not only did he defend the respect for marriage act, the disrespect for marriage act. But what he did in this piece was essentially say, I have evolved on marriage and he made the argument that he still personally from a religious perspective believes that marriage is between one man and one woman. But he no longer believes that there's any reason in law to limit marriage to a man and woman. And basically said, I have changed my views legally. And the reason that's important is because I'm just going to lay out in my opinion. And I understand that there are different opinions. But the reason that we have marriage as a state recognized institution at all is not because the state needs to be in the business of blessing affection between individuals. The purpose of the state recognizing marriage is because it is the institution in which with a man and a woman, children are produced and it provides the best rearing for children the best development for children. I mean, we could go in the study after study. So it was interesting that David French did not deal with that at all in this piece. He just sort of made the argument that you hear from ostensibly Catholic politicians like Joe Biden like Nancy Pelosi saying, I am personally pro life, but I am not going to seek to defend my pro life views in law in any way. And so it's sort of astonishing for a Christian and a really well known Christian who speaks on religious legal issues frequently to say, I'm not going to argue anymore that marriage between a man and a woman, God's design for marriage has any real value in American law.

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Nancy Pelosi Blames Colorado Shooting on MAGA Republicans

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:23 min | 5 d ago

Nancy Pelosi Blames Colorado Shooting on MAGA Republicans

"Nancy Pelosi blames maga Republicans after gay nightclub shooting. Nancy Pelosi is an individual who proves how easy it is to live with one's conscience. No matter what one does. That's how I look at her. Really, maga Republicans are responsible for this length to this gay nightclub shooting. By the way, do you recall, what was the name of the club where there's a big massacre of gays? Where was that? It was in the on the east coast. That was in Florida, and what was the name? It's on the tip of my tongue, the name of that nightclub. And they, of course, spoke about how this is another example of homophobia in America, all these gays killed, and it turns out it was a Muslim, and it was not who did it, and he was just looking. Is that correct? Is that the case where it was a Muslim? And he was just looking for a place to pulse the pulse nightclub. And even he didn't do it necessarily because they were gay. He just wanted a place to shoot people up. He had another name on his list. Had nothing to do with homophobia. He didn't even know it was a gay place.

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Happy 80th Birthday, Mr. President

The Trish Regan Show

02:02 min | 6 d ago

Happy 80th Birthday, Mr. President

"President is now 80. This is kind of a big deal because again, it's a first. It's a historic first. We have a very old president, but I think that's pretty evident to everyone. One of the questions now, however, becomes whether or not he's going to continue on, right? Because at some point you just say, I'm getting up there like Nancy Pelosi did, right? Well, you're getting up there, plus you're losing. And thus you have to start to say, maybe it's time for a change. Maybe the Democrat party needs to think about who else? Who else is out there and I'm not talking Kamala Harris because I don't think that she's winning material in any way, shape or form. It would be great for the GOP actually if they were to run Kamala Harris. But right now, it's looking increasingly like Joe Biden wants to maybe do this again, at least that's the message that he has been conveying recently in the media. They say they're going to look at it more closely between Thanksgiving and Christmas. So, you know, that's like right about now. But he would be 82. 82 when he's running next time around, and then he would be, well, let's do the math. 86 by the time he leaves office. Already, he has shown numerous signs of his age. I'm not an ageist, you know that. And I do believe it's just a number. However, there are certain realities that you can not ignore when you're 80 years old. We've seen him now show signs of slowing. And if I am not talking about mental, I mean, I think in some way, shape or form, that's been obvious for a long time, perhaps even as long as 40 years ago, because you just can't ever quite seem to say the right thing. I do believe he was speaking about visiting Columbia recently when he meant Cambodia. So that kind of stuff. But, you know, he's done that forever. But nonetheless, there are some issues, certainly physically, you've seen he has a much slower gait right now, a halting gait and that's sort of in contrast to what we saw. Even as short as two years ago in 2020, remember, and he was jumping onto the stage on election night. So

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How Has Nancy Pelosi Helped the People of San Francisco?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:07 min | Last week

How Has Nancy Pelosi Helped the People of San Francisco?

"Well, well, Nancy Pelosi has stepped down, I heard her talk, or at least part of the talk, the honor she had to represent the people of San Francisco, here's a question. Meant completely seriously. Name one way in which the people of San Francisco have benefited. From her supreme blee powerful position in Washington, D.C.. Are the citizens of San Francisco safer. Are there more or fewer stores open did more people move in or more people move out? Are there more homeless or fewer homeless? Than when she started. Is there more free speech in America? Or less free speech entirely thanks to her party.

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Jason Whitlock: I'm Not Jumping Ship From Supporting Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:44 min | Last week

Jason Whitlock: I'm Not Jumping Ship From Supporting Trump

"Face it. People are jumping off the Trump train. Don't shoot the messenger. I'm telling you as an observer, what I'm hearing, what I'm experiencing, what I'm getting from other people. But let's me first share with you some pretty wise words from a wise man named Jason whitlock. I'm looking at Trump. They're trying to put this man in jail, they've done everything possible. The establishment on the right and the left have done everything they can to destroy this man. I'm not jumping ship. Not yet. I need some more evidence, some more proof. I need someone that's willing to take on the establishment. The right and the left establishment. Because we got here to this point because of this, this is what the establishment wants. They're all getting rich with insider trading. I don't see many of them objecting in a real way to what's really going on. I want to have a conversation with Josh Holly, one of our senators from Missouri from Kansas City, known him for a long time. I need someone to help me make sense of what we've just seen and what we've just witnessed before I jump ship on Donald Trump and the maga movement. Now, let me state the obvious. He's not fully on board because the way he characterizes it. He's ready to jump ship. He's just not quite there yet. I mean, isn't that what you took away from that?

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Will the FBI Stop Interfering in Elections?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | Last week

Rep. Jim Jordan: Will the FBI Stop Interfering in Elections?

"Congressman Jordan asked a very, very important question yesterday. The FBI going to quit interfering with elections. 2016, they spied on president Trump's campaign 2018. It was the Mueller investigation 2020. They suppressed information about the Hunter Biden story 2022. They're rated the president's home 91 days before an election. Maybe it'd be nice if the FBI and the Justice Department just stayed out of it, let me the people decide who we think should represent us who we think should lead us. That's supposed to be how America works. So this is the focus on the judiciary committee, the political nature of the Justice Department, and the linkage now to what was happening with the Hunter Biden story. Again, just 15 days before we have presidential election. Now, this tremendous congressman asks maybe one of the most important questions of our lifetime. Why can't we let the people decide who will govern us? And lead us.

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Embrace Your Family This Holiday Season

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | Last week

Embrace Your Family This Holiday Season

"Love in the air, a lot of tears. I was in South Carolina for a funeral. Dear friend of mine who lost their son. To addiction, second family I know that has lost their child to addiction and it's awful. The scourge of addiction and despair, it's heartbreaking, and it's something that we've got to tackle. We've got to face this. We got to deal with it. I am inspired, though, by the love that I felt in that church yesterday, a beautiful funeral service and a lot of beautiful people lifting my friend's family up. They have a beautiful family, beautiful daughters. They're going to persevere. They're going to get through this, and they're going to have young field in their heart, always. And I just want to remind you to embrace your family, lean into the love of your family, be lifted and lifted up by the support and the love family is everything. And again, a lot of pain and hurt in the world right now. I'm thinking about those families of those four beautiful kids who were stabbed to death in Idaho. I'm thinking about the family, the families of all these police recruits in Whittier, California, imagine what you can't. You can't even begin to imagine what some of these families are experiencing, and it's so tough going into the holiday season. It's so difficult.

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The Democrats Lost, Nancy Pelosi Is Fired

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:44 sec | Last week

The Democrats Lost, Nancy Pelosi Is Fired

"I know the media wants you to think the Democrats won last week. They didn't. If the Democrats won, we'd be treated to Nancy brain about her fulfilled promise for the Democrats to hold control of the House. Keep control of the House. They didn't. They got beat. And I don't give a rat's rear end if they got beat by one or a hundred. They lost. And Kevin McCarthy is going to be the Speaker of the House. And she got fired. You're greatest of all. She's the goat. Yeah, she's a goat all right. I just don't think goat means the same thing to me than it does to Matthew dowd. When it comes to Nancy Pelosi,

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Matthew Dowd: Nancy Pelosi Is One of the Greatest of All Time

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | Last week

Matthew Dowd: Nancy Pelosi Is One of the Greatest of All Time

"Listen to Matthew dowd. Guy on MSNBC praising Nancy Pelosi. I mean, I agree with the president. She's the most consequential effective speaker in my lifetime. As she should be on everybody's goat list of leaders of the house of the entirety of our country's history, she has to be on considered one of the greatest of all time. I think what I laud most about her and I've always respected about her, even having been on the opposite side of her at times, is a true servant leader. In all of its manifestations, she served not for her own benefit, but for the benefit of others, excuse me. Pardon me. Servant leader.

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What's There to Celebrate About Nancy Pelosi?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | Last week

What's There to Celebrate About Nancy Pelosi?

"Isn't it really, really nauseating to see all of the tributes pouring in to the fired ex Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi? My gosh. My gosh. I mean, I understand being around for a hundred years. Having some longevity can give you longevity, it doesn't mean you're effective or good or accomplished or noble, maybe they ought to build a statute in Nancy Pelosi on the mall. In Washington, D.C. and they can show her ripping up Trump's speech. In one of the most shameless tacky grotesque acts of a political figure in the history of America, or maybe they can show her clapping like a seal and mocking him. You know, nothing would make me happier than to see Trump's return to the Oval Office. And know that she's sitting in her rocking chair, bane at the moon.

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Jeffries makes historic bid to lead House Dems after Pelosi

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Jeffries makes historic bid to lead House Dems after Pelosi

"A day after Nancy Pelosi said she's stepping aside as House democratic leader the party could create more history 15 years after Pelosi became the house's first female speaker Money everyone New York's Hakeem Jeffries could make his own history as the first black leader of either party in Congress Jeffrey says he's running for a House democratic leader after Pelosi said it's time to pass the mantle For me the hours come for a new generation Top deputies steny Hoyer and Jim Clyburn are also stepping aside with Catherine Clark and Pete Aguilar moving quickly to replace that after long working with Jefferies as lower rung leaders and now seeking a smooth transition as Democrats shift to the House minority Sagar Meghani Washington

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John Fugelsang on Nancy Pelosi's Leadership

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:07 min | Last week

John Fugelsang on Nancy Pelosi's Leadership

"That was a great, great night. And leader Pelosi was such a wonderful guest and the energy of the crowd. You know, I had met her before. She joined us on that show. I had done some TV shows with her, but honestly, there's no way to measure how many lives she saved by getting the ACA passed in the first place and by saving the ACA. Her greatest achievement may have been, taking all these Democrats in the caucus from the democratic socialists to the pro lifers and keeping them united in message discipline for the first two years of Trump's term. Yeah. I mean, it's hard to explain what leadership is. You just know it when you see it. I remember that night because you know our filthy little show. It's rockets. But by the way, you can see it on pay per view, folks. If you go to meet hook dot live, but go on, please. Yes. No, but I was just remember that night, don't you that when she came out? I mean, you could have heard a pin drop in that theater. People just hung on every word she said. I mean, she just, and you know, as usual, she just had unbelievable grace and class and timing. I think she did it perfectly, you know, in terms of saying it's time for the new generation. She's going to fulfill her term, but you know, it's not about ego for her. She's not obviously she will be there to pass the torch. Oh yeah. And I will say, though, in fairness, Nancy Pelosi did nothing about crime or inflation by going after Hunter Biden's laptop. I mean, like, there were so many chances she could have gone after his laptop to fight inflation and crime, and she just refused to. So now I think the real reason she's staying is so she can have a front row seat as speaker emeritus to watch Kevin McCarthy's dreams go up in violent bloody flames. It is the two years of a clown show and two years of Democrats saying, oh, by the way, look at all these new jobs, some of the infrastructure Bill we passed. Oh, by the way, have you noticed seniors, you're paying lower for prescription drug prices, thanks to the IRA, they are going to have a record they can run on. That's in play by 2024. And Kevin McCarthy is going to give people a great big commercial while you shouldn't trust Republicans. Thank you.

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Former North Carolina Congressman Mark Walker Talks Midterm Results

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:10 min | Last week

Former North Carolina Congressman Mark Walker Talks Midterm Results

"Let's get started. Let's just overall, you know, I just made that it reminds me, I think you've watched this show before. It was an old show from the early I can't believe I'm saying it's an old show. I mean, talking about made me feel bad. West wing from the early 2000s, you know, there was this episode called the midterms, the kids you not, in which they're sitting at the end of the show, they're all sitting around talking and saying we spent $400 million, $500 million was spent to end up in the exact same place in which we started. That's happened again, Mark. Help me understand. Well, I think spot on, Doug, if you're looking at the analytics of a few results that we're still waiting on from California, this could be the exact flip, two 22, two 22 to two 13, or yeah, two 22 to two 13, just like the Nancy Pelosi Democrats have ever. It is better, obviously, as you and I know that the Republicans have usurped the majority. I just want to make sure that we're being truthful to the American people of what these expectations are because there's a lot of hope. There's a whole lot of stuff out here. What day one we're going to do this, day one. Be careful what you promised because I think that's part of the problem that we get into that these days is overshooting the runway with the rhetoric as opposed to the results.

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Pelosi Stepping Down From House Democratic Leadership

The Officer Tatum Show

00:50 sec | Last week

Pelosi Stepping Down From House Democratic Leadership

"Yes. We'll see. We'll see you later. We'll spend some time with Paul Pelosi 'cause he definitely needs companionship I hear. Anyway, let's go to let's go to audio clip number two. Let's just enjoy this audio. Nancy Pelosi saying, she's not gonna be the leader anymore. There is no greater official honor for me than to stand on this floor and to speak for the people of San Francisco. This I will continue to do as a member of the House, speaking for the people of San Francisco, serving the great state of California and defending our constitution. And with great confidence in our caucus, I will not seek reelection to democratic leadership in the next Congress.

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Nancy Pelosi Steps Down From House Leadership

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | Last week

Nancy Pelosi Steps Down From House Leadership

"Yes, I have the news. The news from Washington, D.C., Nancy Pelosi is stepping down as the leader of the Democrats. She would no longer be speaker because the Republicans eked out a majority. And the reason that I have nothing important to say about it is because there is nothing important to say about it. What difference does it make? What Democrat does what? It will be destructive no matter what, because Democrats are no longer liberal. They are leftist and the left ruins everything it touches. Okay, so there will be a new leader, a new destructive force.

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Pelosi to step aside from Dem leadership, remain in Congress

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last week

Pelosi to step aside from Dem leadership, remain in Congress

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will step aside from democratic leadership but key per seat in the new Congress In 2007 now my privilege To present the gavel of the United States House of Representatives to the first woman speaker in our history the general lady from California Nancy Pelosi 15 years later For what purpose does the gentlewoman from California seek recognition As we gather here we stand on sacred ground the chamber of the United States House of Representatives The heart of American democracy For nearly 20 years Pelosi has been in democratic leadership in that chamber My Friends no matter what title you all my colleagues have bestowed upon me speaker leader whip there is no greater official honor for me than to stand on this floor and to speak for the people of San Francisco And she will keep doing that But as a rank and file member I will not seek reelection to democratic leadership in the next Congress One where Republicans will be in the majority For me the hours come for a new generation Pelosi is 82 as is number three House Democrat Jim Clyburn top deputy steny Hoyer is 83 and not long after Pelosi's speech said he too will stay in Congress but step down from leadership Clyburn has said he wants to keep a leadership spot but also looks forward to helping the new generation specifically noting the trio of Hakeem Jeffries Catherine Clark and Pete Aguilar For Pelosi it's all a moment of reflection When I first came to the floor at 6 years old never would I have thought that someday I would go from home maker to House speaker In President Biden's words the most consequential speaker in American history Sagar Meghani Washington

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One Week After Election: Nancy Pelosi Is Out, Karen Bass Is In

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | Last week

One Week After Election: Nancy Pelosi Is Out, Karen Bass Is In

"Finally, after 8 days, we say bye bye, Nancy Pelosi. No more does she get to strut around in her white pantsuit and disparage Republicans and Americans from the position of being the Speaker of the House of Representatives. It only took 8 days because, you know, this is America, after all. That's all. The only took 8 days in Los Angeles Karen Bass is the elected mayor of Los Angeles, all she cares about is abortion. She could give a rat's rear end about the horrific crime, plaguing the streets of LA, the challenger, Caruso, the businessman, who poured a $100 million of his own money into the campaign. Well, he was ahead on election day, but the mail in ballots did him in. She surged ahead with the mail in ballots.

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Pete Hegseth: Reacting to Nancy Pelosi Not Running for House Speaker

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | Last week

Pete Hegseth: Reacting to Nancy Pelosi Not Running for House Speaker

"So your thoughts quickly Pelosi announced today she's not going to run for leadership Now Pete you know you're all tatted up Yeah All right Wait wait again we're gonna do this again Applause for this again folks This is not the roots convention It's a patriot one So Nancy Pelosi is not running again Your thoughts Okay thank you There we go That's better So how to do that one more time We needed a redo So she has been a one woman wrecking ball for liberty and freedom and thankfully we got some good news We won back the house It looks like she's finished in that position Yes you know what I was hardened right just a couple hours ago watching Fox James comer and others holding that press conference talking about Hunter Biden and the big guy He was kind of the first realization I had of how important that takeover was The ability to have other people behind the podium with power and it seems like they're prepared to do something about that Finally I mean and finally let's hope the Pelosi era is completely done Maybe this is a precursor to that whole era shifting Joe Biden Nancy Pelosi problem is what's behind it is worse So it's not as if we're going to keep Jeffries or whoever else is coming after Nancy Pelosi I mean she was she's a radical We know that They're like real real AOC and Corey have not even like her They don't even like they don't think the kids sufficient for them So yes don't let the door hit you on the way out But what's behind you is terrible So it's a temporary pause to something that's I want to

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"She should be scooping poop and cleaning up her hometown off the streets. I like it. I like it very much. Brian and Fort Myers, Florida. Hey, Brian real quick. I got to ask you a serious question before we have some fun. How are things in Fort Myers right now after Ian? We're on the men's on the mend. Good, good. We've been praying for you guys. I know you really got hit hard. What should Pelosi do now that she's going to get fired? I think she should be the new face and voice of grey goose vodka. Thank you. Not a bad idea. Brian in Connecticut, Brian, what should she do? What should Pelosi be? You know, demographic and Republicans both hate Pelosi. I'm all for her going to prison. Someone's got to serve Donald Trump his food. Oh, there you go, but that's right. They're going to be cellmates, right, Brian, sure. Gary and Philly, Gary, what do you think? What should Pelosi do? Yeah, hi. You have to take care of Paul Paulo. He's obviously his alcoholic she has to take care of him. Sent him to clinic and watch him. All right, thank you, sir. Kathy and Brooklyn, New York, Kathy. What's a good job for Nancy Pelosi, post Speaker of the House? She should join the witches in Salem, Massachusetts. And role in the show, I love herself into this, I don't want to say it. I don't say it. You're going to get, you're going to get yourself in trouble. Mark and North Carolina, how about a job for Nancy Pelosi, Mark? Yeah, I think she ought to rewrite the movie, The Wizard of Oz, that way she could play the part of the wicked witch of the west. I got in trouble once on Fox News because I said that there should never be a bucket of water near Nancy Pelosi and people were like, oh, you called her a witch, Bill and Naples, Florida, what do you also got hit pretty hard by Ian? Hey Bill, how you doing? What should Pelosi be after she gets fired a speaker? I think watching her clean in her own denture, she should take hers out and put other people's dentures in her mouth and clean them with a bit old tongue.

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

05:17 min | 2 months ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"You know what I mean? 'cause I found this Fox business article. This Pelosi seeks ambassadorship to Italy if GOP wins House majority in midterms. Biden has not yet nominated an ambassador to Italy since entering The White House. And I was like, what? Huh. So this is by Maria bartiromo. And it says, House speaker Nancy Pelosi is planning her next move after an expected Republican victory in November. Sources tell Fox business that Pelosi wants Biden to nominate her to become the next U.S. ambassador to Italy if the GOP takes the House majority in the midterm elections. Biden is holding the spot for the speaker sources say, which is one reason he has yet to fill the position since taking office. What? So he's been an office two years and he just leaves for two years, vacancies open, just saving them for his rich, powerful friends when it's time for them to retire and move on out to Italy to get to live in luxury there. Is it how D.C. works? That's kind of disappointing. And that's why I'm telling you guys this. This is like, wow. It's a speculation earlier this year that a Pelosi ally and former Wall Street executive wanted the job has shifted with the increasing likelihood that the GOP takes the majority. So more so in the favor that Nancy takes it. There was no clarity yet on how a new Senate will react to a Pelosi nomination because the Senate has to approve nominations proposed by the president. It's another example of checks and balances, but there was a mixed reaction to her in the role from sources this week. So far, 101 Biden ambassador nominees have been confirmed in the Senate, but Biden has been slow to name ambassadors to several countries, including Italy, about a quarter of them are currently without a Senate confirmed official. So 27% of 194 ambassador positions. It says presidents typically reserve ambassador posts in the most desirable locations like Italy for people who have helped propel them to The White House, such as political operatives and donors. Really? I wonder how long this has been going on. This is something that kind of flew under the radar for me, I guess. I did not know about this, and I wonder if perhaps there should be, maybe it's petting me, but I'm wondering, like, could there be a rule that you have to fill the vacancies by a certain time so that you can't just save them for your friends when they decide that they want to transition into becoming the ambassador for that role? You know what I mean? But I digress, with that being said, we have some updates with our friend President Biden after that whole mess of a speech. Last week, and now we have Trump's reaction and we have the reaction to Trump's reaction. It's a mess. So like we talked about on the last episode and if you haven't listened to that, it's a good one.

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

03:21 min | 2 months ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"Hey guys, welcome back to the show. This is Morgan Zucker's. Thanks for tuning back in. Today we're gonna go over quite a few news updates for you regarding Nancy Pelosi. We've got some COVID stuff. We've got some Biden stuff, and oh, and some Putin and China stuff. So let's get on into it. Okay, so before we get into the first story, which has to do with Nancy Pelosi and Italy, more of like a swampy story for you. I want to talk about var a safety one more time you guys. If you guys haven't seen my Instagram, there's a tutorial of me using this, but vara safety has a reach two S that I like to use to store my firearm in my home. The one that I need for immediate access in case I need to grab the gun immediately, defend myself, defend my home, et cetera. So it's a hybrid between a holster and a safe, it's screwed into a sturdy piece of furniture

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"In China's wild west financial system, these IOUs are frequently exchanged as a form of money, a collapsing confidence could do serious damage. Apparently Beijing is now considering a property bailout that could reach $44 billion. The money would be funneled through state owned banks to buy unfinished projects, and the government might then rent out some of the homes rather than selling them. So this is consistent with speculation that G continues to consolidate extraordinary economic power at the center of the Chinese economy and they're talking about another public works spending blowout in up to $1 trillion, much of that financed with government debt. So Xi Jinping is trying to redirect away from the failures of the Chinese economy. And so he is trying to challenge the United States. Again, this looks very much like Vladimir Putin. And so the question is, what is the United States going to do? Is the United States willing to actually face up to the possibility of something quite serious? And it seems like kind of not. It seems like they're talking a little bit out of both sides of their mouth. On the one hand, they want to take a very strong position with regard to China. Fine, good. On the other hand, they want to appease Chinese needs. They want to make China feel better about things. You'll recall that this particular administration has undercut specific espionage proposals in the United States directed at Chinese targets. This administration has been softer on China certainly than the last administration was. Taiwan for its part is preparing the possibility of conflict. According to the Washington examiner, a Taiwanese defense officials have canceled to leave with some soldiers and officers to prepare for a chance of war. China warned early Monday, its military would not sit idly by, of course. According to Chinese foreign ministry, spokesperson, zhao lijian, he told it reporters on Monday quote her stature is the number three U.S. official means a trip would be highly sensitive as to what measures let's wait and see whether she and says on the visit should be the highest ranking U.S. official to visit the island since Newt Gingrich went in 1997. Pelosi released an itinerary, but that itinerary did not include Taiwan in the first place. Supposedly for reasons of national security, which makes a certain amount of sense. But again, it's the mixed signals that are being sent by this administration on nearly every front that creates serious danger on foreign policy that was from Afghanistan or mixed signals. Do we support the Afghan government? Do we not support the Afghan government? The answer is we don't. It collapses and now Al-Qaeda is in the center of Kabul. Do we support Taiwan's we not support Taiwan? On the one hand, we are ascending Nancy Pelosi there in order to demonstrate our solidarity on the other hand, we're not really doing much to build up the United States Navy, and we also seem to be going soft on China with regard to, for example, international investigations on COVID. Like the council measures that we are taking on trade in the indo Pacific region are not nearly up to snuff. We are not taking seriously. The Chinese threat to the Solomon Islands, for example. And this is true for pretty much every threat on the world stage. We didn't take seriously. The threat of Russia to Ukraine until it was too late in Russia had already invaded Ukraine, and now we're spending tens of billions of dollars in order to protect Ukraine from a complete takeover by the Russian military forces. And all of that is going to get very hairy come winter when it turns out that Russian oil and natural gas, which aren't flowing to Eastern Europe, have some pretty dire consequences. In terms of the number of people who might freeze to death, the same thing right now is holding truth regard to Iran. So tremendous mixed signals being sent from this administration with regard to Iran, Anthony blinken, the Secretary of State under Joe Biden. He is speaking internationally and saying we should get back to the Iran deal. Meanwhile, Iran is ratcheting up. It's terror support nearly everywhere. Here is Tony blinken trying to convince himself more than anybody else that it was time to get back on board with an Iran deal. Iran remains on a path. Of nuclear escalation. Although it publicly claims to favor a return to mutual compliance, with the JCPOA, the joint comprehensive plan of action. Since March, Iran has been either unwilling or unable to accept a deal to achieve precisely that goal. Getting back to the JCPOA remains the best outcome. For

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:47 min | 4 months ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"There's a reason that China has increasing the tensions, and that of course is to distract from their failures at home. Xi Jinping is trying to consolidate power. And he is also viewing the United States as a weak horse. And so now is the time for him to ratchet up tensions and try to back the United States off of Taiwan. Kirby continued along these lines, basically begging China not to be angry. It was John Kirby from the National Security Council. Has The White House heard of any specific threats from China when it comes to this visit. There's no reason for the Chinese rhetoric. There's no reason for any actions to be taken. It is not uncommon for congressional leaders to travel to Taiwan. It is very much in keeping with our policy and inconsistent with our support to Taiwan under the Taiwan relations act. We shouldn't be as a country. We shouldn't be intimidated by that rhetoric or those potential actions. This is an important trip for the speaker to be on and we're going to do whatever we can to support her. So I actually agree with John Kirby here, a shocker. I actually agree with the plan by Nancy Pelosi to visit Taiwan, but you better have the balls to back it up. That is the key in foreign policy. If you are going to talk big, you better have the stones to back it up. And you better make it clear that you are going to back up that sort of action with serious ramifications of God forbid. They were to shoot down a jet with Speaker of the House Pelosi on it, right? She's the third ranking official in the United States, not in terms of the executive branch, but third in line for the presidency and the most powerful person in the House of Representatives, which theoretically is supposed to be the most powerful branch of the United States government, not the executive. According to The Wall Street Journal for Beijing, a visit by Pelosi is seen as a high profile instance of rising U.S. political and military support for Taiwan, contravening Washington's commitments to limit its ties to the island, allowing a Pelosi visit to go ahead without consequences at Chinese foreign affairs at specialist said, but only invite more senior political officials from the U.S. and other countries breaking Beijing's diplomatic blockade of Taiwan, which, by the way, should happen. I mean, I'd like to see more ties between the United States and Taiwan, given the importance of Taiwan to global, forget about democracy for a second. Just in terms of pure strategic interest, Taiwan is the producer of virtually all of the world's sophisticated semiconductors and microchips, the notion that you made subject to Chinese predation is really, really risky on a global level for the economy and for the United States. Pelosi opened her trip up to Asia on Monday in Singapore, she and four other democratic members of Congress met with the Singaporean prime minister who hailed the importance of stable U.S. China relations for regional peace and security, Singapore is obviously geographically placing incredibly close to China. And so they have to be very careful about what they say to China. They do an enormous amount of trade with China. Pelosi attended a closed door reception with the American business community afterwards you did not respond to questions outside at the venue. She then put out a statement, saying quote, as we continue our regional travel, we look forward to additional engagement with our partner nations to advance a free and flourishing indo Pacific. Taiwan's government has sidestepped questions about Pelosi, The White House is not confirming the Taiwan stop, but it's a possibility consumed a large portion of a two plus hour phone call last week between the U.S. and Chinese leaders. Xi Jinping told President Biden China would safeguard national sovereignty, describing it as the unbending will of 1.4 billion Chinese people. He said those who play with fire will perish by it. Biden told the Chinese leader that the U.S. policy on Taiwan has not changed and that Washington opposes it unilateral changes to the status quo. So the question, as always, in foreign policy is, what are you willing to do? It's the untouchables question by Sean Connery. What are you willing to do here? What are you willing to do in order to protect Taiwan? And the United States had better make that clear right up front. We're talking about what sort of economic measures you are willing to take if China were to go after Taiwan would be what heavy economic sanctions. What are you willing to do? Is the United States willing to up its amount of military support for Taiwan? What sort of rearmament are being provided right now to deter a Chinese invasion by making an incredibly costly to engage in such an invasion in the first place? Are you building up your naval superiority? What exactly are you doing? If the Biden administration is just talking big, but doesn't have the brass to back it up, then China is going to invade sooner rather than later. Also, again, Xi Jinping has a rather large interest in demonstrating aggressiveness with regard to Taiwan as The Wall Street Journal editorial board points out Beijing is escalating its efforts to scuttle a Taiwan visit by House speaker Nancy Pelosi in the coming days. And the threatening rhetoric from the Communist Party makes more sense when you consider the domestic backdrop. The Chinese economy looks increasingly brittle, so it'd be no surprise if Xi Jinping resorts to nationalist brinksmanship as a distraction. The basic story is slowing economic growth. Beijing has had a GDP growth target of 5.5% in 2022, which is modest by historical standards, even the party now seems to admit the country is not going to hit that target. Growth was only 2.5% in the first half for an economy of China's size with hundreds of millions of citizens still in poverty. This is the functional equivalent of a recession. While China is struggling economically, but there's no reason for you not to financially plan the way that China is not financially planned.

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Now, meanwhile, chaos is breaking out over Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan. According to The Wall Street Journal, Nancy Pelosi says that she is going to visit Taiwan and meet with government officials this week to find warnings from Beijing not to do so and setting up the potential for increased tensions between the United States and China. People that Pelosi is planning to see in Taiwan have been informed of her imminent arrival, a person familiar with the matter said, though some details remain in flux, some meetings are scheduled for Tuesday evening, most are set for Wednesday the person said indicating they include Taiwanese government officials. She's definitely coming the person said, the only variable is whether she spends the night in Taipei. A visit by Pelosi would make her the first House speaker to do so in 25 years and put her in the center of a long-standing flashpoint in U.S. China relations. U.S. support for Taiwan may now democratically govern island, which Beijing claims as Chinese territory. Joe Biden has I believe twice already during his presidency. He suggested that he supports an independent Taiwan and his Defense Department and State Department had to rush out and say, hey, no, no, no, no, guys, guys. We still hold by the one China policy Taiwan is still theoretically a part of China, but it's two different governances. Joe Biden has been muddying the waters. One of the things you can not do in international relations is muddy the waters. You have to have some very clear lines about what it is you believe and what you are willing to do because nearly all serious conflict begins with a misperception of strength or weakness on the other side. Virtually all, this is true of Ukraine. It is true of what's happening right now in China. It was true of the Gulf War. Misperceptions are generally what lead to war. Clarity is what leads to not war. The Cold War had an extraordinary amount of clarity between the United States and the USSR, which meant that you could be in a Cold War for literally half a century. Because both sides knew if you violate this line, there will be a nuclear exchange and we both will be gone. And while the truth is, that the United States is being extraordinarily unclear about what exactly believes about Taiwan. Joe Biden says things that I think are correct about Taiwanese independence. But he doesn't actually have the stones to back it up in terms of strengthening America's economy, strengthening our military. He's not willing to do any of those things. And so you almost have the worst of both scenarios. And I'm actually very supportive of the idea of the top American officials should be able to visit Taiwan whenever they want. China should not be dictating to the United States or any other democratic country, their relations with a democratic country in Taiwan. Taiwan is de facto and has been since 1949, an independent country. When Mao failed to take Taiwan and Shanghai shek fled to Taiwan and Taiwan was governed as an independent country, it was an independent country. And the fact is that the west has made enormous mistakes over the course of the past 30 years in pretending that China has anything, but predatory intentions with regard to surrounding enclaves of freedom. Hong Kong should be an excellent example of why you should not trust the Chinese to allow quote unquote two systems within it. And while China is sounding off a lot about this thing and China conducted live fire exercises in the South China Sea and off the cost of mainland opposite Taiwan in recent days, according to Chinese state media, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman renewed a warning Monday that the People's Liberation Army will not sit idly by if Pelosi makes the visit. He didn't elaborate on what actions China might take. The chances, by the way, they China are going to actually shoot down Pelosi's plane or something and prompt an actual exchange of live fire with American military jets. I think that that is shall we say extraordinarily overblown. I do not think that that is going to happen. I don't think the Chinese are stupid enough to provoke natural live fire confrontation with America military power. America's military about it would just be too damaging for them. I think what instead you will see is increased actions directed against Taiwan, not particularly against Pelosi. The potential for trouble prompted The White House on Monday to try to reign intentions with officials reiterating a visit by Pelosi doesn't break precedent in that U.S. policy has not changed. So The White House is sort of trying to downplay Pelosi's visit as though it is not particularly important. They're trying out John Kirby. The National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications to talk about this, saying, well, we don't even understand why this is a big deal. Here is John Kirby saying that, you know, maybe China should welcome this. Do you think it's an unnecessarily provocative move? For the speaker to go to Taiwan? No. It wouldn't be. I mean, if anything and I heard what you were saying before here, Joe, if anything you would think the Chinese would welcome it because it shows consistency. It shows that nothing has changed about America's one China policy adherence. It shows that nothing has changed about our obligations under the Taiwan relations act to help with Taiwan's self defense. So it shows consistency. We have had congressional leaders go in the past, including a Speaker of the House. There is nothing unusual about this and it's quite frankly disconcerting that the Chinese might use this as some sort of pretext to actually increase the tensions. Well, if you're losing sleep over the possibility of war with China over Taiwan, let me recommend at least one solution to your lack of sleep. That is Helix Sleep.

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"And then everybody who's in the working coalition, which will be much bigger than the Republican Party. I think then you have a chance to put together the American people. And to start rolling up here, so he's in getting things fixed. But you know, I hope they're listening to you and they should. I think you're the best speaker, the Republican Party has had and especially you see what you got done in the 90s. Let me ask you about that. So I respect for Kevin McCarthy. He's a friend of mine. You know, he has to do a very tough balancing act. He is unlike Boehner and Ryan where he does not declare war on the base of the party, which obviously I sympathize with. What is your public advice to what speaker McCarthy has to do to balance the different camps and what should he do with the kinzinger Cheney types that seem to be more kind of Democrat lights and they want to just keep on the carousel of going after Trump. In the difficult job of being speaker, what would your wisdom be in that? You know, I've thought about a lot because I was speaker. And I thought about how do you handle certain kind of problems? First of all, I think Kevin's done a good job overall. It's very hard job. And he has run a balancing act. He's faced with a dictator. And then I mean this literally. Nancy Pelosi runs a dictatorship. She kneecaps people she courses them. She does things to Republicans that are a violation of 240 years of American history. And she is an extraordinarily destructive freedom. So he's got a different situation than I had. But I think he's done a good balancing act. He was very positive in 2000 and the commitment to America. He recruited brilliantly. People thought he was going to lose 25 seats. He won 15. That's a swing of 40 seats. And he is positioned now I think to become a majority. In my advice, public and private is really simple. Focus totally on building the biggest possible majority. That's one. Two. Announced right now, we will have a committee on committees. And the committee on committees will review everybody. Democrat and Republican. And we are going to create a brand new committee with no staff. Which will basically be a Turkey farm. And that committee will have no jurisdiction have no duties. And we are going to select Republicans who are idiotic and Democrats who are destructive. And so waters, for example, will Maxine waters will lose her chairmanship. And be transferred to the Turkey committee. The Turkey committee will be sized by the number of people who are turkeys. And there'll be a couple of Republican turkeys. We're going to treat them with great dignity. They will have a committee. They won't be able to go home and say that they weren't given a chance. But we're not going to pretend that somebody who is a total Turkey has got to be treated with respect. And we're going to take every single Democrat. And require them to come and appear before the executive committee of the Republican Party. If they want to get a committee of any kind, and if they don't want to come and appear, they will have no committee assignment next year. Because Pelosi has set the terms. That's right. And the term majority party gets to totally run over the minority party, and we're going to take that playbook. We may not do it. The second time we're in charge. But for the very first time we're in charge for 22 for 23 and 24, we are going to let Democrats learn that there is in fact payback. And I think not do that would be a terrible mistake. I totally agree. And they're not even allowing Bill markup Sessions. They're not all the precedent has been thrown out. Can you can you just elaborate a little bit more on that mister speaker on the unprecedented nature of the Tsar Pelosi? I'm glad you call her a dictator. She is, she's a thug. She has to explain the elaborate how she has changed..

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"I mean that's a big job. It's a very coveted job especially among democrats because they tend to usually win the office. It's obviously very blue state. So you know. I think she should be prepared for a number of people to throw their reading in the hat Deference isn't something that new york democrats do very often so that could be a tough fight but look she's got an opportunity Coming as she does Albany's first Female governor to really distinguish herself as well from cuomo. Who was known as a bit of an autocrat and a bully and that was her message she came into office is that she wants to work with people. She wants to get stuff done We actually wrote a great editorial making argument for one thing. She could do Because it's a very popular issue is Extend cuomo's but build on cuomo support for charter schools Right now the cap for charters and the state is four hundred sixty. There's a smaller sub cap of two hundred ninety in new york city. That's already been reached. So there are eleven charter applications. The ben approved by authorizes but can't open State legislators would need to lift that cap and you know when koma was pushing for this back in twenty fourteen to give some charter. Some protection Cole was there with them And here is a quote we. We had we from her. We have one hundred nine thousand kids trapped in failing schools through no fault of their own. I'm here to tell you it's time for change. So these are the kind of issues that she could define herself with And they're they're both things that will show some bravery within democratic circles but also you earn her support from independents and and pro charter and folks on the democratic side. there's also issues obviously of crime There's the issue of the economy and what you do as as covert reopens. Are we opened from cova. So there's a lot of chances for her. We'll see if she's the kind of politician who knows how to seize them. We'll let me dig it a little bit We'll give you the last word here bill on this question of charter schools. I mean if governor ho comes out swinging on behalf of them i mean. There are a lot of success. Success academy parents parents of other charter schools. Who would be gratified to hear that. On the other hand bill does that put her crosswise with the the union supporters. That you really need to win a state like new york yes..

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"But it looks like this may be her last raw Getting this through. So she is very different interests from a democrat in some of those swing districts that's beginning or at the middle of their career and in who want to continue in their seat. You know for her. It's largely done. She'll get the credit and these guys may be holding the bag and i. I think that you know. Mrs pelosi knows well. This is the last chance the last gas to do something big in the house because she's not likely to retain her majority in the mid terms. I mean it's historically unlikely anyway even apart from the mistakes that joe biden has been making so I think there's a big conflict of interest between some of those people who are younger and mrs pelosi. Who's a lot older on her way out. One last little point here about timing There's another reason that. Nancy pelosi is pushing so hard to get this done this week and that is the democrats are increasingly worried about the white house's approval rating in the country. You know there's a very old Kind of mantra in washington or rule as it were that you know when your president is popular is dangerous for you to vote against him but when you're president is unpopular it is dangerous for you to vote for him and so there's a big worry at we're seeing joe biden's poll numbers drop. We're seeing afghanistan grow into an even bigger mess. And i think pelosi is very very concerned that if this gets pushed off to the end of august that the will among her party members will have really dissipated to go along with hugh spending blowout but kim where do you come down on this question of how much pelosi really cares about the political ramifications in twenty twenty two. I mean the president's party we all know at ch. Tens generally loses seats during the mid terms and binds approval rating is now two points underwater according to the realclearpolitics average and republicans. I'll throw in here. Also are in pretty good position for the redistricting after the census with the new census data and so two bills argument here. pelosi kency the right that writing on the wall and no. She's probably likely to retire. So i mean this her incentive to push through the big bill and They swing district moderates are going to have to deal with that and maybe they'll lose but That's that's the pelosi legacy pulled pelosi has always been willing to sacrifice her moderates..

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"From the opinion pages of the wall street journal. This is potomac watch. Welcome back how much do you think him. This is about substance. and how much is it about process. I mean there was a notable quote from one of these nine centrists. who wrote the op-ed He's one of the leaders of this group. And here's what he said. I've literally said to my colleagues. Let's vote on the infrastructure. Bill and then like fifteen minutes later we can start debate on the budget resolution and vote on it the next day unquote and so i mean kim do. Are these house centrists. i do. They really have substantive objections to this. Three point five trillion dollars. Do they want to try to whittle it down at least some or is this basically about jockeying for how the process plays out. I think it varies among different members. it's been very disappointing. That most of them in this group even though they're pushing back it doesn't seem to be about substance at all i mean. Where are the people saying. Look we cannot afford to have another three point five trillion in spending look. I'm concerned about inflation. You know look at this particular policy in the bill. That dramatically expands. the entitlement. State is problematic to me for these reasons. You're not hearing any of that really I will give a shoutout to one member Kurt schrader from oregon. Who did all the way. Back in june Say i'm not voting for reconciliation I'm not gonna vote for five. Trillion of spending. We spent five trillion last year We don't need it this year. businesses are opening up. And he got worried about mentioned inflation so he did talk about these things. We'll see by the way if he's still in that position now as we come to this vote but most of them this is just about they dug and because they want to be able to say they've got an infrastructure win There is some suspicion out there obviously high suspicion from progressives that there are a number of democrats that would rather not vote on the three point five trillion bill because they think it could hurt them in the next election and that they wouldn't be sad if it just went away but they have not yet been willing to voice The courage of their convictions and actually make the substantive case against it. They're just playing these process games and hoping something saves them in the end but part of that calculation also appears to be. Don't make me vote for a three point. Five trillion dollar resolution. If the senate is going to ultimately whittle this down to three trillion or three point two trillion anyway and Some of these nine are in pretty democratic districts. But there's a few of them that are in quite swinging looking districts Adjust god heimer who i quoted a minute ago. He's from northern new jersey. That is a district rated r. Plus one by the cook political report trump wanted in two thousand sixteen by one in twenty twenty another of them is caroline bordeaux from the atlanta suburbs. That's an are plus two district also a trump biden district and so a bill. I it seems to me that part of their part of their argument here is I'm willing to vote for a big bill. But don't make me vote for any bigger bill than we can get through kirstin cinema right The problem is with the timing. They may not have that luxury Look i think what kim was saying. One of the things gets to the different conflicts of interest. Nancy pelosi has been speaker for many years now. it looks like she's on her way out. Although we thought that a couple years ago right when connor lamb was telling us he was going to vote against her as speaker..

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"Sand and then just don't stick by it or find an easy escape and i think almost all the congressmen involved Have that escape. Hatch there the challenge for nancy pelosi is that her. Her democratic majority is so narrow she can only lose three votes and so if she has these nine centrists or swing state or some of them who who want the infrastructure to go first and say say that they will block the budget resolution That's a problem. And the group of progresses on the other side is even bigger. I mean it's a progressive caucus of i think ninety and they say that a majority of their members don't wanna move forward on infrastructure until the budget goes through so kim i mean how is nancy pelosi. She's a canny operator. How is she handling this. And what's the most likely outcome. One way to look at this. Is that nancy. Pelosi is doing the only thing that actually potentially could work for democrats. Because here's the problem which you just put your finger on is that let's just say she were to cave To these swings daters demands and tee up infrastructure. I it's not clear that she could actually pass that. That the house could pass it because while it has the definite support of those ten or so democrats that number might be larger overall because there are some other swing states that aren't necessarily part of this group But that are in favor of this bill and not in the progressive caucus so maybe you get like twenty boats But the progressive is of all vowed that they will vote down infrastructure unless they get their bigger budget resolution i so you essentially have to go to republicans she would had in hand and beg them for their support as a means of getting this over the finish line there are a lot of republicans who are opposed to this infrastructure. Bill because they think it's unnecessary and cost too much which is a decent point So i i just don't see the numbers for having that happen so you can make the argument..

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

Verdict with Ted Cruz

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

"Box an and you know. Let me answer that by making A reference to to a series of books that. I read as a kid zone. I was a kid. I was a big fan of. It's a seven-book series. That's called the great brain energy jewelry. Great brain no no item okay. So it's so. It's by a guy named john john fitzgerald and it is about a family in utah on the late eighteen hundreds so at the turn of the century and their three brothers. John d fitzgerald has the youngest brother. Tom defense gerald. Who's the middle. Brother and sweaty fitzgerald is the oldest brother and the middle brother. Tom d is the great brain and he's a little con man. He's basically a swindler and in a sort of like tom sawyer. But it's it's sort of clever cons. And i read these when i was in junior high. I read them. They're great kids books. I have unfortunately get either my daughters to read them but they're great kids books but the opening chapter to the first book Is johnny the little brothers. The author of all of them and he's telling the stories about his Con man middle brother. Tom d and he said he said you know we're growing up in in utah. The late eighteen hundreds and he said Virtually everyone in the town where we live as mormon and he said we're not mormon And he said but but they're very tolerant and and and and it's okay and he said it was simply a matter of me learning to whip every boy my age and tom d- learning to whip every boy his age and s- wendy learning whip every boy his age and he said that they're very tolerant of us now. It's amazing how tolerant someone can be when you can whip them that statement. There's enormous wisdom in it. it's always. I've always thought of that statement. When i think about israel's foreign policy it's amazing. How tolerant israel's neighbors are when the fact is israel can beat them militarily in terms of dealing with the democrats. We're not going to persuade. Nancy pelosi What we will do. And i and i believe we will do it. In twenty twenty two is we can persuade the american people and we can beat them at the ballot box and retire. Nancy pelosi by taking the house back and we can retire. Chuck schumer's majority leader by taking the senate back and we can retire. Joe biden although. I'm not sure he would know it. by winning and twenty four But the only way they will not stop the angry socialist crazy left will not stop until they get trounced at the ballot box. And if and when they get trounced then. I think there's some realistic prospect that that at least some reasonable democrats will say will gosh. Maybe we shouldn't have gone so crazy. Far left maybe we should recalibrate but but that takes some time to have happened..

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

Verdict with Ted Cruz

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

"That was a really good incentive to get vaccinated It encouraged people to get vaccinated because they wanted the freedoms and by the way. This is not hypothetical in my family so heidi and i were both eager to get the vaccine. My mom got her parents got up. But my dad didn't wanna get the vaccine. I mean you know my father. He's he's eighty two years old. he's a pastor. He is stubborn. As all. Get out. And i spent probably a month arguing with my dad about getting the vaccine. He's like i don't trust it was developed too quickly there might be side effects and you know what the there may be risk. It was developed very quickly and often with medical innovation. You don't anticipate all of all of the effects of it. And i went round around with my dad. I really wanted him to get it and it probably took me about a month and eventually he he agreed to get it and what was really compelling for him. So he's a pastor. He had been holed up at home for a lot of this. Pandemic is really hard on him to be alone And i said listen. You wanna get out. You wanna be preaching again. You wanna be in crowd. You want to be talking to people at eighty two. You wanna do so safely. Where we're you know we've seen with this virus that for people who are your age. The risks are pretty significant. And i actually take you inside argument with my dad He said why don't trust. Trust the vaccine it might. It might be bad. And i said well look. Here's the vaccine. Everyone in congress has taken. Why don't you take that vaccine like nano. I don't trust pelosi. And reid and schumer. I said look i. Don't trust in schumer either. But do you think they're like trying to poison themselves like like. It is what they're taking. He finally did it but it was his choice. No one had to make him. He finally did it because he wanted to get out again. And now my dad is back preaching in churches. He's back giving speeches..

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

Verdict with Ted Cruz

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz

"And why does she do so. She does so for one reason political theater. Welcome to hurt with ted cruz. I'm michael knowles senator. I have to compliment you. You have now very famously. Read and quoted dr seuss and lord acton on the floor of the senate that is a very broad spectrum of reading and i think the lord acting quote was absolutely apt. We have now passed the five hundred th day of fifteen days to slow the spread and we are seeing the reinstitution of mask mandates even for the vaccinated we are seeing the threat of lockdowns around the country. Is it just deja vu all over again. Is there any way to break out of the cycle. Well i do not like green eggs and ham. But but i do not like absolute power being abused even less This has been a bad week for liberty This has been a bad week for science. It's been a bad week for commonsense and it is. It is frightening because we're saying you know to decisions. I'd highlight both of which came this week. number one is you know the cdc revised its guidance so a couple months ago. The cdc acknowledged what people knew already which vaccines work. That that actually science operates if you're vaccinated the vaccine has a very high likelihood of being successful. And so the cdc acknowledging that reality said people moore vaccinated. Don't need to wear masks. That was right then. I it's right now But as this week the cdc magically changed its guidance and now said even if you're max vaccinated in to wear a mask that wasn't science that was politics and and it was cynical politics at that and i think people are frustrated with hypocrisy from from the cdc and they're frustrated with how democrats are behaving. We're seeing now democratic jurisdictions imposing new mandates imposing new mass mandates The cdc decreed that that when school starts this fall that that every person in a school must wear a mask regardless of whether you're vaccinated or not that's not remotely based on science. That's based on the politics of the fact that the teachers unions demanded that and the cdc is basically acting like it's part of the dnc at the it. It is a political arm in the biden administration and then also this week. Nancy pelosi issued a decree that anyone in the house must wear a mask even if you're vaccinated. She said that if you're a member of the house and you walk onto the floor without a mask she will find you and even worse she said if you're a hill staffer And you're caught without a mask that that that you will be arrested that you will be potentially put in jail.

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

"It. I've had enough to drink our you. Yeah all right look. I'm drunk enough to pretend on not gonna remember. Does that count is. That's gotta count for something wherever he soon have kids. And you're buying new age who cash everything's changing. No war snowbirds. The cousins okay. I'd rather you did that. Then get crazy himself brain and go kill somebody funke cousin if you have to whatever if it seems a life i'm in just made sure they yes or not no listen to me please. Nano is not the same as yes. Always get the skit writing with a picture. Yeah deo tape that you can get real holding up a piece of paper that says he s and today's date. I would be very very helpful. man ms whatever. It doesn't matter. Yeah did i guess it was okay to reap your cousin. This is a weird show built. We really don't have a defense here. I don't know we can get back now. I'm bleeding nancy pelosi Those are the rich beach anouar. I would not. I wouldn't fucker with your debt. Or would i wish i could say i wouldn't chances are i haven't just lowered over the years i think on it at one point. They just grew that bar out the window. That's fuck took it to the metal recycling my sixty five cents and i'm in buying everything That's just fucking gross in florida but jonah a pulse and that's really all they look for anymore and if i was in we'd moving your place the police would probably be option. I'm not gonna There's lots choose from here just like you have access to the boss all the time Anybody has access like keeping conference or something. Yeah yeah this weird. Yeah we case all in the military there. While you're not you're you're you're casket and then you're is in a concrete ball. We'd just like horrible. The and margaret What are you doing like taking trying. Land which is at such a premium and filling it with water using concrete. My good yeah. There's I'm still trying to figure out why i mean i don't get the brains of it. I really don't is probably something so you don't fucking ride into the septic system or something stupid. All the septic water treatment plant is right behind us got. This is what i'm saying. I don't might be and make this stuff up. I think before. I say star. Do you know. I usually say No but i'm talking about like scientific thinking it when those to because it's bliss he said so I am better than fox news still. Yeah you gotta is that buddy But my point is if you if they're all encased in concrete then. You need more than a shovel. You're not be honest. You know pick ax. Well the no because the concrete thing on my they're not steal. It's just a lid placed on top. You could just slide it off and fry it up all right game. Oh that's a really strange thing but yeah yeah well. That's my business was my business that is i glad it's not because it's treats the hell out of me new orleans by any means it's it's it's a weird industry. It's creepy do..

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

"Depressing fuck. Oh i would imagine. I can't tell you how many times we've had like fucking family dinners where my dad sitting there going through the bucket and obituary section going. Oh well lou who will be getting a phone call from soon. Yeah i still remember. Say publicly. But but I still remember one time when the There a high school. There's a bus crash that had like a whole bunch of students ended a whole bunch. High school kids died man. I swear you can see delegates. My dad's dies over dinner. That i know my lord. You would have to think that way though right. Yeah that's just it. That's somebody's gotta do it. What are you gonna do boxes. Gotta eat so marissa and by boxer. I mean the guy who puts people in boxes. I told me flip that shit Cut it is. I'm probably gonna end it some of this tonight I think just like the raising of the cousin might be the. Who am i to censor nancy. Pelosi true so good so good. That's how politics worse would have been a perfect wandering around the cemetery talking beautiful and late so nobody's driving but i get more and more worried about those jumped trucks and every year haven't in forever ever since i chased that one they disappear. That's what scares me there on me or some shit. Oh very creepy. Hey you're still listening at this point. I don't you are school back and listen to the one where gordon was chasing. Weird trucks around. The neighborhood is weird. X-files shit jayco. We had two hundred thirty some odd episode archives. So if this one bother you or does it on their us. There's another one that will or won't yeah. Didn't you label that. What about bad episode budgie by mother drunk driving did that on there to my mom and my cousins probably probably o clock. Yeah how does that. I got no more news. Good 'cause i am you you're gonna kill it..

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"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"nancy pelosi" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

"Had enough to drink our you. Yeah all right look. I'm drunk enough to pretend on not gonna remember. Does that count is. That's gotta count for something wherever you have kids. And you're buying new age Everything's changing no war snowbirds bothering the cousins. Okay i'd rather you did that. Then get crazy and sell brain and go kill somebody fucker cousin. If you have whatever if it seems a life. I'm in just made sure they yes or not. No just listen to me. Do not please nano is not the same as yes. Always get the skit writing with a picture. Yeah deo tape that you can get real holding up a piece of paper that says he has and today's date i would be very very helpful. man msi. Whatever it doesn't matter does did i guess it was okay to reap your cousin. This is a weird show built. We really don't defend here. I don't know we can get back. Now i'm bleeding. Nancy pelosi de have dish anouar. I would not. I wouldn't fucker with your debt. Or would i wish i could say i wouldn't chances are. I haven't just lowered my bar over the years i think on it at one point. They just grew that bar out the window. That's fuck it. Took it to the metal recycling. Got my sixty five cents. And i'm fine That's just fucking gross Vagina anna pulse. That's really all they look for anymore. And if i was in we've knitting your place. The police would probably be option. I'm not gonna There's lots choose from here just like you have access to the all the time Anybody has access like keeping conference or something. Yeah yeah mill is weird. Yeah we all in the military there while you're not you're you're as your casket and then your is in a concrete ball. We'd just like horrible or the and martin What are you doing like taking trying. Land which is at such a premium and filling it with bodies in concrete. My good yeah. There's I'm still trying to figure out why i mean i don't get the brains of it. I really don't is probably something so you don't fucking in into the septic system or something stupid. All the septic water freedom plan is right behind us got. This is what i'm saying. I don't might be and make this stuff up. I think before. I say do you know i usually say Know when i'm talking about lay scientific thinking it when okay to read because it's bliss he said so I am better than fox. News still Yeah you gotta is that buddy But my point is if you if they're all encased in country then. You need more than a shovel. You're not be honest. You know pick ax. Well no because the concrete thing on my god. They're not steal. It's just a lid placed on top. You could just slide it off and verify it up. That's a really strange thing. So but yeah yeah. Well my business was my business that is. I glad it's not because it's no creeps. Hell out of me new orleans by any means. It's it's it's a weird industry it's creepy. Do.

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