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Trumps Done With the Russia Hoax | Guest: Catherine Engelbrecht | 10/7/20

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Trumps Done With the Russia Hoax | Guest: Catherine Engelbrecht | 10/7/20

"I. WanNa Talk to you about American financing. How many times a day? Do you spend ten minutes doing something wasting your time chicken? You know facebook or whatever I want you to use those ten minutes today and try to get yourself prepared. Financially you know I've said chaos is the operative word for the future if you WANNA survive it. The word prepared temporarily spiritually emotionally prepare yourself economically prepare yourself please if you have a mortgage that you're paying four percent or more. You need to call American financing. If you are sitting there paying for all kinds of credit cards with high interest rates, please consolidate those save the money, pay down your debt and put your house in order. Now is the time American financing people that I trust I. Love Them. We've worked with them for years. Many of the people around here have had loans through Stu just got alone with American financing himself. 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Harris versus Mike Pence tonight nine pm Eastern Fulla by analysis and breakdown from Glenn at ten thirty on blaze. TV. Welcome to Wednesday the debate is tonight and I'm going to be covering it and you can watch it. If you're not a member of blaze TV, make sure you become one We need your support now more than ever and we need to stick together You can join us at blaze TV DOT COM Slash Glenn Blaze Dot, com slash Glenn. If you use the Promo Code you're going to save ten percent. There's a story today in politico that I think. Think says a lot on where we misunderstand each other. I just want to read it to you during a recent videotaped message while quarantine the hospital president trump said, some of the therapeutic treatments in development are so promising that frankly they're miracles people criticize me when I say that trump added but things have been happening that look like they are miracles coming down from God as criticism. It is true. Many people who think trump's predictions of the pandemic are not entitled to much credibility, but there might not be a discernible controversy over trump's suggestion that a higher power. Might be at work to end the suffering from Corona virus with his love of searching philosophical questions. Trump may have already pondered this one. If a supreme being is intervening to find a cure, could the same force been involved in making people including trump himself sick in the first place after all man reaps what he sows it's the language of the Bible he had it coming is the language now of the dinner table, the coffee shop and other places where people debate whether the universe is more fair or unfair. I want to stop here. Because this is the fundamental misunderstanding of. Faith. Miracles are things that. Can Be sometimes dismissed as coincidence. Miracle sometimes is just a change of perspective. For instance if you look at things as miraculous. It gives you more all of the universe. It gives you more aw in your life. If it's just a coincidence, it's just a coincidence. But you remain more grateful if you look at things and say, wow. Thank you for that. Put a miracle. This is Ben. And in my best days I look at even my trials as miracles. Most Days No. But in my best days, I look at those trials as preparing me for something that is coming next. We knew look hit God. And this is the the fundamental misunderstanding. I think. When people start to say well, didn't he make make trump sick? No, he didn't make trump sick. And he's inspiring people to always build. God is good. He inspires things sometimes man makes miracles because they are inspired. God is not a vengeful God he's not punishing us for things. He is think of yourself if you think. The. Best. Advice. I've been asked several times. What is the best advice anyone ever gave to you? The best advice ever given to me was from my friend Pat Gray he said to me. Just take thirty days and look at God as Your Dad. Not Your Dad because your dad. But look at him as a ultimate father. One that loves you. And your life will. Change. And Patty sitting in front of me and I don't think I've ever said this to you pat. But that is the best advice I've ever received because it changed everything. Because I suddenly understood. How To be a dad. I suddenly understood. It's not. It's not punishments even though we. We punish our children. It's not in the same way. We don't do it angry. In fact, if you're punishing your children when you're angry that is the worst thing you can do. And usually, it's not a punishment. That comes by surprise. If you're a good parent, you say look, this is just the way the house works and we need you to do this this and this now think of this as. As universal principles. If you are robbing lying stealing. The universal principle is you are going to surround yourself with people like that, and it's not gonNA end. Well, show me your friends will show you your future right. It's a universal concept. So. It's a it's something that just flows. So if you look at God as a as an adviser on the rapids of the river of life. All he's saying is don't go down. Don't don't go close to the rocks that'd be bad. Why would it be bad because your your your boat is going to hit those rocks may flip over and you have a good chance of dying. Is the river punishing you for going. So close to the rocks now, the rocks just are the river just is the eternal laws just happen. We are a nation. That is blessed by going. This is the. This is the real point of this political article. Trump's public speculation of role in earthly affairs has uncomfortable implications for why the United States is having. One of those dramatic years in modern history marked by pandemic rational unrest wildfires amid a general climate of recrimination in despair. Did we somehow have it coming? Yes. But not because God is like and I'll watch. I'm going to start a forest fire. The forest fires in California or a natural result. Of People, building houses and getting closer and closer to the forest. It is also a natural result of people not burning the underbrush. Pudding every fire out that is started naturally. When lightning strikes? That is nature's way of clearing the underbrush and managing the forest. Now, if you want the big trees, that's great but you have to then the other brush. Otherwise when it catches fire, it'll burn everything down. That's not a punishment. That's because we were applying incorrect principles. WHY ARE PEOPLE Suffering now through unrest. Why is that happening? I'll tell you. Two reasons. One, we have violated the constitution so many times we wouldn't even recognize it. If we were really living the principles of the Constitution America would be a very different place. And you wouldn't have people being able to even make the claim that the state is somehow or another playing favorites and spying on us through facebook or Google. that the CIA or NSA would they would not be collecting all of the information you wouldn't have all of these foreign wars. But because we decide that we want something now. We want to make sure that we get what we want now. We. Have the problem of debt. And despair. We were applying the wrong principles. But there's another reason why we have what we have going on right now in the streets and I it comes from something that I wanNA play for you. This is a This is a speech by an antique embassador. He threatened the Portland City Council. Now, this is two years ago two years ago. I'm going to play this and I'm going to explain. Why do we have antiga today? What's really going on there. Is that a punishment? Or is that just US forgetting to live certain principles that we caused ourselves? Sixty seconds back with that audio. 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What do you think this is a gas mask, my own capital. Labor either put into this, protect myself from your violent and oppressive paramilitary organization only thirst for blood. You are a capitalist, a treasurer, a status, a tyrant you are nothing to me. You are just Scott. This is not about sanctuary she out to let you know there this is little Beirut Mayor Wheeler this is the city roses and it has thorns they're standing behind me. There's people getting real. Done with. Your cops on the street. You are laying the seeds for an insurrection on the record jeff singer, it is not a threat. It is a fact and it's a fact you are building towards something. That's GONNA blow. Yourself, you've pig. Okay. No. Let's just look at this dispassionately here for a second. How can this kid? Who at the time looks to be in his twenties for as much as I can tell? And he's a white kid. What do we know about the members generally of Antifa, some of the more active ones. They are white middle class. White middle class, in America. His E is the. Most fortunate, Group of people. Ever to be born on the face of the earth at any time. If you're born in America and you were born you were born. Poor in America, you are still the host. Blast person on the face of the earth of all time, it has never been better ever. Now you can say that you're more blessed if you're rich but I don't think that's true. Problems don't go away when you're rich it you're more comfortable, but your problems can become even worse and almost more psychotic. These are middle class kids and kids that have been a middle class and. The lower class. This is middle and upper. So the upper class. They've had everything middle-class kids have had almost everything. But they don't have meaning in their life. There's nothing to work for there is nothing to work at there is there is only there were only things to buy or be like famous. I want to be, famous. There is no meaning in our children's lives. There is no struggle in our children's lives and everything that is being taken from us from tarp. Is the ability to fail and struggle. Because everybody is too big to fail except for you. So the unfairness begins there. But? Because we don't have struggle. Our kids have lost meaning. You know they say when you're given something, it's meaningless. Right. Will our kids have been given an education. They have been given a comfortable life. They have been given the things that they have in their life in my generation I don't mean to sound like an old man but boy, I'm on that road. I wasn't given those things. Although my grandparents and my parents. Looked at me as spoiled because of what they didn't have, we are so many generations away from real hard work. We barely hold our kids to standards anymore. In fact, we don't tell them standards anymore. We don't expected. We expect. That, they're gonNA have sex anyway You know they're going to get into trouble. We expect that from them and so what do we get? I wasn't expecting my kids were having a hard struggling with homework yesterday and I don't know how to parent my own kids when it comes to homework because it's not dot doing it isn't an option. I. What do I say? I know I did it because I was afraid mom and dad would kick my butt. So if I'M NOT GONNA, kick my butts, the butts of my children. How do I motivate? When there are like I don't WanNa doing I just don't WanNa do it. You GotTa do it. How's that one? You've got to do it? They see no value. In things. All of our kids. And they are depressed. So what is Antifa give you? This guy actually believes that there is blood in the streets that this is violent that it is an that Portland is Beirut. He. Actually believes that why? Because it gives his life meaning. That's how screwed up we are, and it's all because we're not being punished. We're violating certain principles the truth and true principles must be restored and they'll they will be whether we like it or not. This is the Glenn Beck Program. So we've all been talking about rough Greens for a while now and I have to tell you. was a very picky eater. and. He would not gain weight in the vet was always like you got to get him to gain weight. We hand feed the dog it was such an awful chore. Last Christmas we all had to take turns it's your data feed the dog no I'll do anything I do the laundry instead because he would if you moved. He would stop eating literally you'd have to freeze it. You put the dog food in. You'd put a little bit in your hand and you Kinda coax him towards the bowl. He'd start eating, sniff it than you look at you. Then he take a couple of bites and if you moved he'd stop. We finally found a supplement that we put on and it's called Rough Greens he loves his food but beyond that he has changed as a dog over the last six months. He's not the same dog. He's happy he he is like he's seven or eight years old. He's like three again rough greens dot com slash back get it for your dog rough Greens dot com slash back or call eight three three Glenn. Thirty. Three. Glenn Beck Steven Crowder Dave Rubin Me Pat Gray listened to all the conservative voices here. The blaze blaze TV. Dot Com. Promo Code Glenn. This is the Glenn Beck Program. Grace Sim Bronco is on with its hi grace. How are you? You are a college student here in in. Texas. Yes I am that good what's happening in your life? Well, I am currently taking a class where we are learning about critical theory and also critical race theory. Yeah and I personally do not agree with either of those and I. Up Why? Why That's what I was needing how figuring out So I grew up in a conservative home. I know that the free market is why America especially in the economic sense has grown to be the country that it is however i. Don't know quite as well. How to dispute the numbers that critical theorists bring up when they talk against capitalism you can you give me any of those? Yeah sure So one of the things that we talked about in my class is the productivity versus compensation between the nineteen eighties to now the last date recorded on the graph that he gave us was two thousand ten. And What he said is that productivity has increased exponentially while the dollar has. Basically, stayed the same So the gap between Labor Productivity and compensation has been growing and now do career families are more common and especially for communities of Color, the gap is widening and persisting and. much to address that. So is that That's a problem of what That presented in my class, it was presented as a problem because of the. Race that you are. You have less of a chance of becoming. So if you're so if you're. If you're not white is that is that the theory here that he's going on? I guess put very bluntly. Okay. So if you're not white it, can you explain Asians? Asia's word not mentioned. Yes. Yes. Rise Asians do exceptionally well in America and so do Indians people from India. Yeah. They do very, very well. So it's usually better than whites. Yeah. It's not a it's not a function of race. It is a function generally of culture it is a I. The Asians are smarter than us. They come from a culture that respects hard work respects study and education, and the family works together to push and to educate and to hold responsible. Indians are from the same kind of culture they come from a place where you cannot. Break your break the system you can't. It's a caste system. So you're poor. You're always before they come here and they see the opportunity and they teach their children to study and you can be anything and they do. When you start to have a group of people and whites are now included in this that either feel entitled. Or they can't do it because of Xyz the system fails for them because that's not what this system is. This system is a system of merit now with that being said. There is an underlying problem with the way we're doing capitalism today, and that is it's not really a system of merit. Anymore, it is a hybrid. Between the free market and government and the collusion between giant corporations and the government that's why the constitution needs to be put back into its place and government needs to get away from companies and companies need to get away from the government if you have ultimate Mu- amounts of money. Always, remember this money doesn't talk it screams. And if you're Google and you have an unlimited well of money, you can do anything in this world with money. You can buy. Anything with money. So it is a corrupting factor. That's why if you will ask your professor about. the wealth of nations. And ask him about the predecessor of that, which is called moral sentiments both by Adam Smith. Both of these are the bedrock of capitalism. If you understand the wealth of nations, how nations become wealthy, how people become wealthy with the free market. You only understand half of it, and this is the problem with our society. That shows you that if you give people what they need or what they want, you can make money. But the first book is called It just said it. What is it called a the first book is a moral sentiments. Moral sentiments says, yes it will create an invisible hand but that invisible hand of the market will choke the society to death if it's not a moral society because if the society wants drugs and pornography. And fame and and dirt. It will produce that if people don't have a moral compass, they'll just start producing everything the market wants. So once the society goes bad, the free market goes bad. So the problem with our society now is not the free market. The free market just is it's a reflection of who you are. When we start to as? People. Start to respect. traditional values we start to respect people we start to respect the. There you didn't need a cap on CEO salaries in the past. Because CEOS would have been ashamed of themselves. They would have been ashamed of themselves and society would have said that's grotesque. Now Society doesn't say that because we're about money get it when you can isn't it amazing to that these professors always compare capitalism at its very worst to utopia ashes never happen and we just never happened, right? Yeah and but it will happen this time under socialism communism because we'll do it better the problem with socialism and Communism that it it always appeals to the same thing in man what makes the free market not work is that man doesn't have something bigger than himself to answer to. The. If that bigger than than yourself is government, the really dirty wicked people will go into government because then they effectively become God, they make the rules and they make the rules for themselves and their friends, and it's no longer a system that is blind. They wield the power and that's why always people suffer the average person suffers but the bus driver of Venezuela who has nothing? All of a sudden becomes a billionaire when he's in charge. I don't know if that has helped you because it's not really critical theory critical. Race. Theory is your. Is your professor. Somebody who is preaching this is fact or is teaching both sides and getting you to think. So. He does he my assignment is to tell him why I agree or disagree with what he has brought up. does give us the opportunity to bring up a different side of of. Opposing critical theory However in his lectures, I'll just put it this way he has not brought up in opposing side to critical theory. It's just been. This is why the disparity that's happening in our nation, and this is what critical theorists argue or you are you afraid to Disagree. Not. Necessarily afraid. But if I do disagree I, want to do it well and I want to do it. Yeah factually. So okay. First thing are where do you live you live anywhere near Dallas? Where are you? Okay I tell you what if I'm GonNa put you on hold. If you could come over to my studio I will leave one of my books out for you. The the the thing that really has a lot of the answers that you're probably facing is in my book arguing with Socialists it was I wrote it what a year ago came out eight months ago and it is so timely and will give you all of the facts you need with the footnotes. So don't take it from my book. God. Footnotes and find the original studies but we made it just for people like you. The other thing is I'd like to spend some time because I think a lot of people have this question. Could I get you to come on tomorrow I? WanNa Bring The guy who did all of the research for the book and Helped Co write the book I i. WanNa, bring him on and get some real answers because I think other people are struggling with this. Could I get you back on tomorrow? Yes? Absolutely. Okay. Let me let me just say this I am I'm so glad. To hear that, you say you are not afraid. To. To, fail. In his class. And be ostracized in his class. I was talking to Dennis Prager the other day, and he said one of the things that people don't understand they all say you know what just do whatever you have to do to get the grade? Well Hey you're paying for that education. They're not paying you. You're paying for that education, and if you are afraid to speak out when you are the consumer when you're the one that's paying for all of it. You will never speak out when they're paying you to work. It will weaken you morally. It will weaken you spiritually in every way possible if you're not willing to speak out when you're twenty and you're paying them. You will never do it in life. So don't miss the opportunity to strengthen your spine, but just do it peacefully and intelligently, which is exactly what it sounds like you're doing. Thank you thank you. All right. We'll talk to you tomorrow. Hang on. We'll get some information get that book to today. Somewhere in America every twenty three seconds or so someone breaks into a house in commits a burglary just happened a few seconds ago it's going to happen again in a few seconds. And not to tip the burglars off. But only about one in five houses has home security I don't know about you. It seems kind of like a low number from irritating salespeople too complicated installation from bad contracts to giant monthly fees. Home Security can be a real hassle to have to deal with. So even though it's vitally important to your home, what are you GonNa do about it? 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Think it has to go to one of the vice presidents. I can't remember it's really old timey it's never happened before right but it's twenty, twenty, twenty, twenty one doesn't go to the speaker of the House. I. Think it might go no I'm talking if it's deadlocked. Everything is deadlocked K. Yeah. Then it goes to the Senate right pants would be if it's fifty, fifty pence could be. Vote and it would become president pence. Yeah but. Nancy Pelosi is already preparing people to vote in the house for the president because she thinks there's a good possibility that they decide. Hasn't been done since one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, I think and that is the same strategy that was used by the Democrats to stop reconstruction and to be able to get all the Jim Crow laws through. That's what they did in eighteen sixty seven and it's exactly the same strategy according to them that they're using this time, they're trying to screw up all of the voting rules. That's what they did in eighteen sixty seven make everything put everything in question then get it. So screwed up that you can't actually get a real answer. Then, it'll have to go to the house then they get a pick the president, and if even if it goes not their way, they negotiate for things like Jim Crow laws. Can this get any better man? Again, it's just so you know right now I tell you something that I have a feeling it can. Answer is, yes can it can get even You know I'm not one that you know. Could foresee in the short term. Firing. Squads for people who disagree I think we could be there by spring. Really think we could thereby spring. Oh, it'd be. Fun Twenty Twenty one. Yeah. This is just the prequel. Is the Glenn Beck Program. Hey everybody knows pay pal but did you know that they were teaming up with honey to save you money? Honey is the free online shopping tool that. Finds. 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What you're about to hear. Is The fusion of entertainment and enlightenment? Glenn Beck. program. Man We pulled out all the stops for this debate tonight nobody's going to get sick nobody now with flexi glass no no, they put Plexiglas It's done. Yeah. What happens is the virus lambs against the plexiglas and just right blacks? Yeah. Right there and it's just they're. All over it. Can you know it's like seven feet and look over seven feet? Have you ever seen corona virus with climbing shoes or anything like that? No I have goes right to the floor. So that plexiglass doing you sit down in a restaurant, you can't get infected because you take your mask off at the restaurant L. Goes over your head no governor newsom has come out with a new. And I'm not making it at US great stuff He's come up with a new solution. He said when you're going out to eat you may lift the mask to put the food in your mouth, but then cover your mouth immediately between bites yeah. Yes. I am going to do that. Are You oh. To I, doing event wing it, I mean, that's what I met Ryan. Gosh these people are insane. They are absolutely insane. Or I don't want to talk about AMAC. Aarp is not the only choice she have in fact, AARP is. They suck. Let's just be frank. Remember all this stuff we were doing with healthcare win Obamacare, and we found that AARP was selling their people out Yup, I mean it was astounding. The one of the driving forces Mama Care Yeah and And we figured out remember all the details. Now we figured out why? Because they were getting all kinds of kickbacks and everything else it was sick it was really sick anyway Aimak was started around that time because Dan Webber who was the guy who belonged Aarp and then saw what they were doing was like holy cow then tried to find something that was just as good and he couldn't. So he started AMAC and it is better than AARP. You're going to get all the stuff that you usually get all the car insurance in the. 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They're not gonNA let up and they should not radical Comma Harris's Mike Pence tonight nine pm eastern full by analysis and breakdown from Glenn at ten thirty on blaze. TV? Pat Claims that the plexiglas isn't GonNa do anything. Pat. It's flexi glass. For. Do, you remember the cone of Silence? Yes. That was PLEXIGLASS O. Yeah. I know sound could get out. No I mean they are no virus can get over it right now, Mike? Pence say. When they asked the you know if he minded on the and he said I don't mind. It's just stupid because it doesn't do anything unless you enclose each of them in it with separate air conditioning unit. Yeah. Then maybe you got something right there but I don't think they're doing that that's why I'm going for the diving bell everybody should be a diving bell. Like. It'd be fun to watch everybody walk around with. The Mike he just cut the air. And they're like okay. The. They're saying now this is I think this is a Kamala Harris request that they. They have this. They're also thirteen feet away which you know will stop the larger droplets that people expel when they told him not the smart, not the smaller droplets, thirteen feet as we all know. those droplets can go as far as sixteen feet. And what if both of them starts singing? Why then all bets are off? Well, they kept saying you know we shall overcome, but they sing any religious him than than throw all various bodies it'd be very dangerous, very drenched in droplets. So Armenia, expert rob iino was on last night with the news and why it matters and we were sitting and talking off the air and you're A. WH- what is your training? Actually in rob I I have a chemical engineering degree. I went to the University of Massachusetts in that role way back in the. Early nineties. Which I can't quite remember. But yeah, well, that that that degreaser paid off for you. Okay. So we were talking about the masks, etc off the air can you just go through this because you you are a chemical engineer. So you do you do have you know the place to actually talk about this and not pull it out of your but like the rest of us. Talk about talk about just the gators. Well what it is is you know Aerosol CDC said yesterday that Aerosol socialized droplets with. Corona virus in them or one of the major transmission points and what an aerosol is a suspension of water droplets in a gas or liquid and a gas. So in this case, water in the air and they're so. And wire currents can pick them up and then the gators. The gators do the Duke University did a study on cloth masks and the gators particularly are made of mostly of a poly in you know the of polyester and things like that, and they're so sharp that they actually slice the droplets as they're coming out of your chest at you know seventy five to ninety miles an hour in two. So you're actually increasing the Vote by wearing. My Gosh in the air. Oh man wearing ater is worth worse than wearing no mask. Okay. MIC wearing a mask. Tell me about the masks. Well the cloth masks I mean if you can see through a cloth masks the the smallest that Humid I. See from all the research done is about one hundred. Mike Try. So if you're a corona virus particles, your coffee produces something between the area point four to ten microns. Now you know I didn't need the chemical engineering degree to know that if something is ten microns that he can get through something that's one hundred micron home. We all kind of know that, and especially when you're you're putting pressure gradient on it right. So especially when you're coughing and he pressure behind the mask. Is Higher than the pressure and you know of the mask yes. Masks stops spit and if the primary primarily trans mission root. Of Corona virus, but you spitting on somebody. Ensure, masks. Right. New saying that it's not. They're saying that it's you know you're putting it through. So yes. So you know sale doors you know don't be a big room with one hundred and fifty people or two hundred people don't you know expel a lot of air and don't go Montemayor. What do you mean? Don't expel a lot of air. I think they've got something with the singing and things like that because you're expelling more air when you're you're singing or or something like that. If you're at a small enclosed area with a bunch of people doing it, you do increase your risk of carnivores but that's not because they're gonNA sing and spit on you. It's because they're gonNA sing and they're gonNA they're gonNA create more of these droplets right? Even often creates more drop right and even if you're wearing a mask that's happening. Right, and even if you're wearing a mask, you're gonNA remember that the mass not for you Glenn or for me. It's for you. For me I that that that's what they tell us. They tell us and the mask isn't for the person wearing it. It's for the other person. To Stop the spill from going on them, which means didn't even always known that the virus can go through a mass both ways. Did. You hear what Gavin, Newsom did yesterday he said yes. He said if you were going to a restaurant. You must wear your mask in between bites. Right, and then the graph say that he put. On twitter to talk about it said that you must minimize the time minimize the number of times you put on and take off the mask. She just said that you're maximizing right Right like the actual word was maximized, but they use the word minimized because they have no clue what they're doing. It's it's stem throwing stuff out there, but you're taking on and off. While eating is stupid because what you're doing is you're taking the mask on and off you're touching your particularly possibly corona virus because remember the mask is not for you. It's for somebody else. So it's corona virus. Touching the mask on your hands. Going on the glass? Might you know we? You said yesterday I saw. On the Internet that said, you know I'm so happy that the grocery store has a plexiglass between me and the. Me and the cashier it's touching every single item that I bought. So lower in lexa glass. Do you feel so much more comfortable. That neither candidate will be exposed at thirteen feet away. With a bout eight foot plexiglas barrier between them. No I'm not because this was shown because you know you need to wear a mask as you're walking to your seat at your restaurant that corona virus is apparently only ages epilepsy to. Right, and they're. Both going to be seated. So don't the restaurant rules I mean they have to wear their mask and they should have that plexiglas barrier when they walk out. But once they see once they're seated, they're cool. They're coca fatigue. You're not going to get corona virus apparently that's exactly right. Exactly. Right does the could does the the barrier do anything as a chemical engineer? Does it do anything? I mean, the only thing to do is stop the spill, but it's not gonNA stop the virus from being aerosolize been depending on the. Depending on the you know ventilation system in the place if it's inadequately ventilated and there's air pushing it around, it can go right up and over you know be the flexible that that's like saying I'm GonNa, keep my house cold with the bay. With the big window or screen door open, and I'm going to put a five and a half foot. plexiglas up on it yeah. Yeah. That's A. Great. Analogy. Oh my gosh the wrath. Thank you so much rob you know from the blaze he is our he's our media watcher in reporter and Strange ease eight eight really doesn't reflect anything that Brian Stelter ever Ha- is concerned about. Which is Strange one of them seems to be very run by the way. Did you see that while were there that Don Lemon said yesterday that people just have to vote for Joe Biden because They're sick of US talking about Donald Trump every single night. Half of that, right you have half of that right Don So don't talk about him every single night what a concept I have heard from. So many people when I put that tweet out yesterday about you know or two days ago where I said, you know I can't be the only person that didn't vote for him in two thousand sixteen and swore I never would. And now, I, find myself in the last few weeks. Strangely just like really liking him, you know. Just like. It's like I don't know what happened but I find myself really really. Against I can't explain it. It part of IT IS CNN has. into his arm I think that's ninety percent of it. Yeah. It's. It's a lot. He's been really good things. He's done great. The media has driven us to him and that's what I'm seeing in in the tweets back. So many people said identity vote for him. I voted for you know some of them say I voted for Hillary voted Democrat my whole life but I'm voting for him now because I watched how the media was treating him and I thought that can't be it can't be like that and started doing their own homework and oh my gosh, I think the media. When he wins. Media, know. That he will have you. To thank. IS NOT THAT'S A. That will make me feel so good. Sleep well, sleep night night. Anderson Cooper. Sleep well Don Lemon. Wreck tack. Just outside of American financing American financing NFL eight two three three four www dot nmlsconsumeraccess.org. Yes. Right. there. American financing the Voice of God if God were a dumpy sixty, five year old man. Yeah. A, sixty five. Seventy. Thank you Jeff. American financing. 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They are now banning members of the Communist Party or any other totalitarian party from getting an immigrant visa. In general unless otherwise exempt, any intending immigrant, who is also a member or affiliate of the Communist Party or any other totalitarian party or subdivision or affiliate domestic or foreign is inadmissible to the united. States. You know you kind of wonder. Why that wasn't happening all it I'm You know what I mean you know in do you remember when it was? It was two thousand eight when the California Teacher's Union said Oh. You know what we're going to take that Communist Party thing away. If you've ever worked for the overthrow of the United States or you've ever been a member of the Communist Party, you couldn't be in the Teacher's Union. That was too hard hard too harsh. Harsh I mean you know jeeze should allow some communists San some authoritarian. Yeah. What I'm saying obviously Ben some traders to the country. You know a few I think I think or at least some immigrants that will come in and undermine us. Yes you know I think we should have something to work against right? Should we should we have something to worry about in this country? Don't we already? Know Rife not enough stuff. Did you did you see the the number? One thing that is concerning voters? What would you say it is? Your vote is going to be based on one thing. What would you say it is Right. Now, I would say it's the unrest yet on the economy I would say it mind. First Response is death of the republic. However. The second one was just like you economy average people are not watching the news we watch the news and they're not up on everything like you are and the average person is saying the economy. This is really the reason why they have kept this corona virus thing at bay if you look at the studies now between red states and blue states. The states that have the oppressive measures of keeping all everything closed their economies are not recovering. They're just not recovering if you look at the the red states where the Republicans are in charge and didn't. Have draconian laws or lifted those quickly though states are doing really really well. which is exactly why they didn't want people to lift the restrictions because if the economy is tanked when when November rolls around, they know they've got a much better chance to win. So, do you think the average person? Thinks that knows that? I mean I don't know how Romley missing this. But I I mean neither do you trust yourself with the American people anymore. I used to feel like. My. Kinda. Understand the American people and I I don't I. Don't I have no idea what people are going to do this could be. A landslide for Donald Trump. Donald Trump could also lose I don't think a landslide. Do you think so I? Yeah I mean well, if you look at the polls so yes, sixteen I don't buy the polls. I don't buy the polls. And the polls could be absolutely, right? Yeah. But that's the thing who knows. But. It also very easily could be just people trying to discourage. Trump supporters. I don't. I don't know they. I mean. I don't think they understand trump support. They think they're going to discourage. Do It's not going to happen. It's. It's really not going to happen however, the throwing out of ballots, dumping them in ditches the post office just losing them. We don't know how it happened. That continues we're going to talk about the vote and what's going on all around the country next. Is the Glenn Beck? program. We have a wreck at the house and it is great. Every time I see my mouth starts to water I. Imagine that's what happens to my Vegan portion of my family when they see somebody mowing their yard. Like. Grass. Young. Wreck tack it'll make anything from stakes to. Burgers. Yes to veggies. 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During two, thousand, sixteen said the the economy cannot get better than what it was in twenty sixteen that the Obama Administration had done absolutely everything and that was as good as it was ever going to get or the guy who said Nah I'm going to create a bunch of jobs and did. On. Debt. Donald trump is not good on debt really not good on debt. But. Have you seen the stimulus package? From Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi wanted to spend another trillion dollars but most of it didn't go to. The needy and went to a special special gifts here and there Donald Trump said, if you want to earmark the money and cut all bullcrap out and have the money to the people we can talk. Let's do it. They don't WanNa do that. They have spending out the Wazoo Catherine Angle brick is with the true the vote project she's the founder and the president. She is watching this election and watching all of the different things that are going on and this is really confusing to a lot of people. This is not the Republicans that are doing these things. This is all the Democratic Party that is tried to change the laws and changed the rules of this election in state after state they say they're doing it for covid because people are afraid to go out and vote I. Echo the president if you want your vote to count go out and vote. we want to talk about a couple of states here. Today she's going to just kind of bring us up to speed on where things are changing because even if you're in the state, you may not know what's really going on. Hello Catherine how are you? I'm Great Glen. Thanks for having me you bet. Okay. So let's let's talk today about Montana. Yes. Well, Montana. A few weeks ago the governor who interestingly is also running for Senate decided just unilaterally to allow all counties to make their own decisions and sit and mail unsolicited mail ballots out to voters. Setting in motion, an absolutely unconstitutional system across the state and so we sued. this is important because now we haven't had an opportunity to present this to the supreme. Court. And the bigger context here is this what we are suing about. In, the. Governor's secretaries of state. Activist, courts can't just change election laws that it's not constitutional and so what we're asking the Supreme Court is to set a national standard. You know when I when I when I talked to the other day I said, you know there've been ninety lawsuits and after we talked I went back and we started looking Glenn there have been. Almost three hundred and fifty election related lawsuits and that doesn't include the Fiat's that have been surrounding this whole fog of covid and the changing of laws. Fifty. So hang on, I want to go back to what they did in Montana you say election laws it can't just be changed, but the state can change the the elections are not national elections. They are state elections. So why do you say that the state just can't change those laws? Great question because there is a state constitution, there's a constitutional process and so the US Constitution says that state election laws and procedures must be adopted by the legislature not by governor not by a court. and. So that's I mean absolutely every state should run their elections however they want to it just has to be constitutional and what we're seeing now is just random. Changes now, we're going to be all male or not gonNA verify signatures. Now, you can just email us for about it. It's out of control and that's why the the government of the president's continued refrain we are a country. Of Rule we are a country of law matters the constitution matters, and we have to uphold this now more than ever before. Okay. So yours three, hundred, fifty lawsuits one of the lawsuits you you filed a four. Montana? We're GONNA. Know whether the Supreme Court is going to pick this up within forty eight hours right? That scratch correct any idea of which way this is going to go that that they're going to pick it up or not. Well. I. Mean. We hope that what the what the court will look at is that we are asking we're not we're not saying, Hey, this is gonna cost fraud and that we're saying it's not constitutional they can't do this and so many of the other lawsuits and and Fiat that have been pushed. In in all states, all in many states across the country th it's it's nobody's stopping them because it's happening with such abandoned and in such force. It's it's it's orchestrated chaos and. There's there's We have to get a handle on this, and so our hope is to create an argument. That allows the court to say, okay, everybody timeout timeout is it constitutional? Did did the legislature approved this? Because there are some states left states where the legislatures are improving it, and then you know that's a horse of a different color. That's a different matter. How many of these states are doing it the right way? I. Come. Go ahead coming. We have the right way is you know I mean relative but I mean you know we sued Nevada for example when the Secretary of State initiated a similar sort of saying, okay everybody can vote by mail and and we sued. But over over the months that it took to advance that lawsuit, they ultimately brought the legislature back into special session. And voted to adopt these new standards. Now, do we like it? No, but is it constitutional? Yes. In that instance? Yes. In. Some states that are you know leftist? Up and down there they're changing their laws and it's. constitutional. So. If. The Supreme, court overturns this in Montana. Will it affect other states you know that are these big important swing states. Yes if the is now but I am no attorney but but my understanding and and unfortunately our attorney Jim Bob is the architect of the Bush Gore argument he he is the attorney who argued this before the Supreme Court in two thousand and knows full well. What the ramifications are here this is A. This is a historic lawsuit because it it allows for a framing and a new standard to be set to say, we're not going to hear any cases if they at minimum, don't meet the constitutional standard, and that will serve to clear a lot of this fog that is suffocating our elections. One more thing Last time we spoke you told us about Marc Elias. He's a democratic lawyer he. Has His four pillars initiative. And two of them. Don't look like they're a problem. Two of them look like a real problem. I want you go over these four pillars with me and tell me what it is. He claims that he has been successful now with these four pillars in Florida Georgia Iowa. And currently under challenge in Michigan, he says pillar number one postage must be free or prepaid by the government. Number two ballots postmarked on or before Election Day, must count those two seem reasonable. Right okay. Number three signature matching laws need to be reformed to protect voters. For community organizations should be permitted to help, collect and deliver voted and sealed Bachelet's not on your life. Right. Right. That's read. Vote Harvesters. Yes. So tell out of in states now that are repurposing contact tracers. As vote harvesters. Water Contract tracers. Contact tracers for COVID. So, stay coach. My God yeah. Yeah. Oh Mark Mark Allott Marc Elias is. Is. The conductor. Of, of this. Intentional masterful engineered effort to take down our elections. I. Have to Tell You I. Don't know if you would agree with us but I bet you will. In in time. The Republic, is taken because I think this is a hostile takeover. This is a this is a a coup that most people could go through and they wouldn't even understand it until late too late I. Think this is going to be remembered as almost beautiful in its execution. It is so well planned and so well thought out and executed I mean I it's. It's amazing. It's amazing. What they've done would you agree with that? I absolutely agree absolutely agree this many of the same groups that previous two coded were suing states to prevent them from cleaning their voter rolls, prevent them from getting accurate standards around voter registrations. Those are now the same groups that are pushing these four pillars for vote harvest and don't compare signatures it is. Is. Brilliant Brilliant. They really isn't. In subversive process. I mean I mean it's evil. It's evil but it's brilliant in Pennsylvania this from AP in. Pennsylvania. These that they are not allowed to reject a ballots solely because an election official believes the signature doesn't match in one of the voters files. If If you can't say this signature doesn't match. Then what good is signing it Right. I wish I. Wish You. Wish, you had something like I know that one is going to be beaten because we're close to beating that but you. Could just say, yeah, and that's in Pennsylvania's not the only state. That this is where we are and it's why it's so important for citizens to now get involved serve. If you're if you're going to vote by mail, take a picture of every piece of paper that sent to you both before you voted and after you voted with your signature just so you have it just. So there's some article that that that you can refer back to if you need it then you go back and say I want to see my ballot. After the election. Here again, every state is different certain states do not allow citizens to look at these. that. Any application any ballot. Certain states like in Texas. Interestingly, you have to wait twenty two months. Before you can see, for example, the ballot the signature on the back of an absentee ballot request for them you have to wait twenty two months interestingly, that's also the same threshold for a document re retrievable, but that the county's house. So in other words. You can request it in twenty two months then they can also It could. Get. Rid of them could be four years before you could see it. It'll be two years before you can see it, but it's the same amount of time that that they are required to maintain the documents. So if you don't time it just right. They can. Get Rid. Of It. Oh, my gosh. It's such. It's such a granular granular process and the and and you know. It's one in lost in process and in detail, and that is why we citizens have got to get back on the field and served and see this is open bear witness to what is happening. Catherine. Thank you so much for what you're doing and we'll talk to you again I'd like to have you on every day talking about different states and what's going on because people need to know and be prepared for what is coming. Thank you so much. Thank. You so much you bet. Here's something new to worry about synthetic identity fraud. That sounds great. Yeah. Mr Roberta what the hell is synthetic. Identity fraud. It means you take real personal identifiable information, social security numbers, and then you combine it with a fake name and address and you open bank accounts or you get credit or you get health insurance. Wow. Okay. Good I'm looking forward to twenty twenty one. You need to know how cybercrime effects affects your life, but you don't need to know about all the INS and outs of cybercrime. You need to hire somebody to do it for you somebody who is competent somebody who is tested and proven over decades of being the best. 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On really everything that we have been following for the last year year and a half on the impeachment and the what was happening over in Ukraine and something that really started in July of two, thousand sixteen with we now know Hillary Clinton and later involved the White House president, Obama and Joe Biden. Last night the president. Declassified all of these documents. Tell me about the documents that are coming our way. So, the first we got last week was just kind of a hint of what we're now seeing today which got no press was huge news huge. So so that was just a kind of A. An announcement that that that somehow the the the US government intelligence agencies new from the Russian intelligence that Hillary Clinton was financing was launching this entire operation to go after Donald Trump to discredit not not to prove anything. But to intentionally discredit by making people believe that Russia was trying to help him win the election. So we now know that to be true that they knew in. Advance that she was doing that from Russian Intel and not only not only that but not only just this credit him. But the e mail hack had come out and that's specifically stated as a reason they to divert attention away from her emails. They didn't want anyone looking at that. They wanted to pin everything on collusion between the Russians and and Donald Trump I mean absolutely insane. So, now, we have everything that they accuse Donald Trump of doing. We now have the evidence the hard it's in their own handwriting. That this was going on with Hillary Clinton got no news, but there's something else that was released last week and that is the identity of the The informant, the deep throat that the steele dossier was was all based on that source which we've we've added. A while back that this drunken guy that would get with his boys you know when just basic theory craft. Thank things it was based off of that. We didn't know until again last week. But this guy was there's I don't think you can call them anything else about a Russian spy Russian spy he. He actually had been marked and I think kicked out of the country because he was he was. Recruiting people that worked at the white. House, he would say, Hey, you know if you ever really WanNa job with us we could sure use some people in the White House he the FBI caught him recruiting people in the Obama White House not saying that they took him up on it, but they caught him recruiting people for the White House. So he's an enemy of our nation he said in. So many words this might be a direct quote. It might be a little off but there's if you ever get into one of those positions, there's money to be made there. Right So he is he's working with the Russians to get people to spy on us. That's the guy. who was drunk in the bar and said, Hey, let me tell you some steel. This is what you need is a complete setup by Russia. And the FBI knew it. They knew he was the source. So they accused Donald Trump of working with the Russians. The Hillary Clinton campaign was working with the Russians on this steele with this guy, right? Knowingly everyone knew it everyone is not like all laws. Dupe everyone. Knew it just this part we haven't even gotten to the most recent. Dick, can you imagine what if the situation was? Can you imagine what maddow would be doing? Her head would be exploding on this this nothing because this is the smoking gun. This is what they were looking for Donald Trump. But they knew they would never find because they knew it was a Hillary Clinton operation. Now I want to talk about a little bit how they're attacking how left and how members of the deep state are attacking this part because I think it's really important. All right. So the way they're attacking it is in that memo that was released last week, and they said that this information, the information regarding Hillary Clinton was directing this this operation they said that the reason that it's it's Kinda do they can't really rely on it is because there's a paragraph in there that says. Something along the lines of we can't verify if this is completely accurate, we can't verify if what the Russians thought isn't fabrication. Yada. Yada Yada however isn't that didn't that happen the first time. That happened in like July of two thousand sixteen they came back in September. And said, we have it. You need to follow this right so yes, and you also just the way in intelligence circles how this works you're not briefing the president on a rumor you're not briefing the president on something that could be quote fabrication or could be misinformation. You're not briefing the president on that it will not happen you'll get fired and you'll get ostracized you'll never be back intelligent. So you know Jason was former Intel for military so he knows the rules. So this is not disinformation you don't take this information. Every intelligence person knows you don't take this information and spread it, which is what you would have. Done that's the reason why he would not have the president in the Oval Office. So if they say this is disinformation, it's not an I am sure the DNA is probably going to address this somewhat I. Think he's signal that he's going to So what they got was probably an NSA intercept would be my guess what they got with some kind of intercept saying that look this is what the Russians see. This is what they've collected, and this is what they're preparing for because they're going to have to defend themselves on this obviously So you're going to see that a lot come up a lot but. We now know that that's not just a partisan release we've now seen in. This is the new one John Brennan's personal notes in the Oval Office where he's talking about this very specifically they present this information to Obama it looks to me like a warning like look this information's out there we cannot let this go forward why because I personally think that the Obama administration they were there behind this from day one yeah. We've already got this paper trail from July twenty sixteen We also know from more handwritten notes from January twenty, seventeen that hey, they didn't find anything they investigation and they were they intentionally Biden intentionally found a way to trump up. Charges and and continue this investigation and this lie right? The Logan Act. Yes. Where yet? So they was closed the Obama Obama personally himself said, no, you're not gonNA close this not direct quote in. So many words continue keep this going they were behind it from day one other members of the Amish in that in that in those handwritten notes, you see some. People. That are that are involved. He mentioned Susan Rice. We've been talking about her forever she's been. She's also the one that sent that cover up email the day that trump was inaugurated saint member that that we we did all this neither book all of their fingerprints are all over every little piece of this. So so you know this is why Donald Trump As, had to be stopped. A another Republican would not have said you know what I'm just I'm just GONNA go bomb the snot out of Isis, and then we're going home. He wouldn't. He wouldn't do the things that Donald Trump has done. He would not have moved the embassy he wouldn't. He wouldn't do relations as as trump has done with NATO. He is a donald trump is a loose cannon. In their China shop. And they don't want him in there. They want when when I, talk about deep state, it's not some star chamber. It's all the unelected federal officials that don't care who the president is there on their own path and tell the president that he has to do x Y and Z and well trump isn't the guy to do that. And this is why because not only do you have that class which is the majority of the people when I say deep state that are Ju- They don't care what the election says they're moving forward. All with you know probably good intent. Then you have another level that is a star chamber kind of group and that we now know. Never, never thought this would get to the level of the Oval Office. But in their own handwriting. This went all the way to President Obama. And it's because the press never held them responsible for anything they thought they could get away with it and quite frankly would have. If Hillary Clinton wasn't as crazy and his dirty as she was. And if they didn't have so much to hide. And the third piece you had somebody that was a regular politician that just would have gone along. Donald Trump. They had to stop. Now why are they pulling out all the stops here? Because this investigation proves it goes all the way to the Oval Office. It is Biden it has Obama has hillary it has the the CIA it has the NSA. It has the State Department and everyone's name now is known when we first put this out, we didn't necessarily know who was gonna who is getting caught, but we did show you this went all the way in early on we were saying it has to go to the White House. You wouldn't have known it. It had to go to the White House, but we didn't have the evidence of that so we would leave that out or I would say my opinion is it goes here. But now we know everything should say we're about to know everything. We know enough today to know this goes to the White House you know it's amazing everything and we've said this for a while that they accused trump of veve they've done and you can take any accusation that they. Love and trump take that same thing, and then look through the Lens of what they've done. You'll find them guilty of the exact same thing the ridiculousness with Ukraine we that's what they were guilty of doing what they said Donald. Trump did they're talking now about they're not going to have a peaceful transition of power. We haven't had a peaceful transition of power since two thousand eight. That's why Obama's the only president to ever stay in Washington DC because they tried this and starting back in July twenty sixteen, it didn't work. So they continued it on they. They knew that was gonNA fall apart Obama stays in DC and then he starts organizing Obama for America. Obama. Organizing for action then they start building this resistance platform that we're seeing now unleashed at this very minute and oh my gosh what you were talking about last week they've got plans it is it is a, it's a coup. It is a coup against our country and you're not going to get this information from the mainstream media, but we can back. It up with all of the documents I'm going to take a one minute break, and then I'm going to come back and tell you exactly what the president did what he released and when you should start to see it and I'll tell you why he did it. It's not an October surprise coming up in just a second give me sixty. All right. Honey. What did you look up pat when I said that I was like, yes dear. My Gosh honey will save you money. I'm talking about the APP PAT you're. Disappointed the the APP honey we'll help you earn money and and will it's really. And you can even earn Gift Card reward. 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I hope it does I hope so but I mean he just those notes from Brennan was most of it's all redacted right but that goes in the probably the name of their source was probably in there So that would be redacted but I I wanna see what else was said in that meeting because. What did how did Obama respond? Right? We don't know like he would have said, oh. Yeah. That's that's the plan something. That's probably what he said. Too Smart to save. Yes and then we'll tie nell to the track and the Prima. So. But beyond the meeting, what else is coming, what else could we see and what else are we going to find is at all? Did he only release those documents? Or the documents in regards to her email. Scandal Oh. My Gosh. The it was all documents for the Russia collusion stuff in general. So what else are we gonNA hundreds and? Hundreds of documents. Basically, what this means is I'm probably not gonNA, sleep for. You know that I'm sure but I'm sure Ukraine's involves a ton of stuff everything all the Pfizer. You know back and forth all all of the stuff with Hunter Biden what they knew what they didn't do know all of that is going to be out Now people are saying that's an October surprise. I don't think so. I think Donald Trump was planning on bar and the deny to actually start to press charges before now I thought he really felt that this summer or early early this fall this would be out and my guess is, but I think it's a pretty Well educated guess the Donald Trump Sane. Enough. Enough is enough. You guys aren't going to do it. The American people need to see it. Release all Mr President weekend to did you hear me? Declassify all of and release them. Because I really truly believe he knows how wrong he has been. Everything, I would say ninety percent of what they have accused. The president of the left has done themselves. Now, I leave things on the table like his tweets are crazy. everything that they have accused him of they've said, they did and the media covered it up. And if it's not taken care of if if Donald Trump doesn't win. This is institutionalized and you have an authoritarian state. Your vote will not matter ever again because the state will do whatever the state wants to. You might have a cute little vote. You know every four years for the president, but it won't matter what the President says our promises because the state will continue on. We've we have we have so screwed up our nation because of the progressive policies on how to be the policemen of the world. Notice. We stopped doing that and everything those people said didn't happen. The the sky didn't fall in. We're. Not at war. In fact, the Middle East peace process seems to have not seems is. Is having the effect that people are calling it a biblical prophecy beginning to come true it's that big of a deal. All because the president didn't listen to the same group of people who are institutionalized advising every president and the president being told, you really don't have a choice Mr President, you have to do this. Those days are over. This has to be cleaned up. Really. Think because of the documents and because nobody was working to get these people, the lower people to to arrest them and to make them pay. Now you're going to release all of these documents and people will see Biden Clinton Obama and there's no going back. Big People will go to jail big people will go to jail and they should go to jail but only if Donald Trump win This is the Glenn Beck. program. So, you've got a family. and you love your family and you WanNa be with your family and there's nothing better than hanging out with your kids, your grandkids and playing on the floor just being with them. And not always being in pain. When you're in pain, your life changes and things just get a little more dim. 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We're not only going to have the coverage of the debate on radio but I have some other things that I need to expose to you. Tomorrow I am not You know, I, don't tell you these things frighten you I, tell you to prepare you. So you know what is coming You are probably going to be one of the very few that will be able to explain things to your friends come the day after the election and you're GONNA pay play a very important role and I urge you to prepare yourself. Physically, spiritually prepare yourself for what is coming and prepare yourself to be a leader somebody who has some of the answers at least on what is going on I that is coming tomorrow by the way Don Jr. Donald Trump junior joins me tonight in my Quick Roundtable. After the debate. Tonight, we're going to talk to junior and all of the blaze personalities. You don't WanNa miss it. You can join us with the blaze TV DOT COM Slash Glenn use the Promo Code Glenn Debates and you'll save twenty bucks. Make sure you join US tonight. LemMe. LemMe explain what I think. Has Happened and how we? Can Talk to each other and and there's a historic precedence for this. So I want you to listen carefully to what I'm about to say. The biggest split we have. Is Between those people who are awake and know. That it is the Socialist and Communist. Agenda the Marxists. The people who have done their homework and know that it is been this insidious. Plan. To. Carefully plant these seeds of division in America and it is happened over thirty plus years I. Say one hundred. But at least in the last thirty. And most Americans and I, I strongly include Democrats Most Democrats that you know. I'm not talking about. Politicians. The Democrats you know love this country. But they have been taught to hate it and our own children have been taught to hate it. And it is because of this. Even, though they think that they are still noble and proud they think they are doing what is right for the Republican man's freedom they don't know. That they are being used. Because it's almost like they've been drugged. Now. Here's the. Present. Let's say that. More eloquently. It might seem at first. To to. to to argue over if there's any difference between the. President the President Movement being called a rebellion or insurrection. But the movers, the people behind it. Well understand the. Difference. In the beginning they knew they could never raise. Treason. To any respectable magnitude. You couldn't get people to turn on the country with any name. That would imply a violation of all that we hold. Dear. They knew that the people they were appealing to. had. Moral Sense They, had just as much devotion to law and order. They had just as much pride in and reverence for the history of our of our government of our common country as any other civilized and patriotic people. They knew they could not advance directly into the teeth of these strong and noble sentiments. So. They commenced by an insidious logical steps. Through all of the incidents to the complete destruction of the country. And now. With insurrection. So sugarcoated. They've been drugging the public mind of their people. FOR MORE THAN THIRTY YEARS Until. At length, they have brought many good men and good women. To a willingness to take up arms against the government. That was said in Congress by Abraham Lincoln July fourth eighteen sixty one. The exact same thing is happening to us. It's why when we're angry with one another, we can't break through because we think just because they're voting. Our Way. Or the other way that they must hate America. But they don't. The vast majority have been convinced they're saving America. They're saving the things that we've all believed in. But it has been a slow methodical. I mean they have. They have behavioral scientists on their side. They have all of the tricks of the media on their side. This is well plant. How did he say it? They commenced in insidious botching of the public mind they invent invented an ingenious sophism. Our neighbors have been played. Some of our neighbors are waking up. I want to talk to Anthony in Colorado. Anthony. You were never a trump supporter right and a lifelong Democrat. That's correct. My friend I'm one of the coveted swing voters occasionally I have gone Republican I've Gone Democrat. But registered Democrat my entire life. So. Can't stand what's happening man. So wait you didn't vote for Donald Trump. So what changed your mind? well. The radical shift to the left. The Democrat Party. Usually comes to center as the election nears and they just seem to go further and further to the left to where there's no way I could could support it. I'm you know I'm a blue dog Democrat I I'm a conservative can't stand to see our country falling apart like this. I it's gotten to the point. Glenn. My wife's core liberal liberal. We can't even get along. I'm sorry to hear that it's divided us that much. In so if a husband and wife who love each other can't discuss this and get through this together how can we expect the country going? So, your wife is a a lifelong liberal. what is her main stumbling-block? Because liberals I don't have a problem with Liberals Progressives that understand what they're doing to progressively take us away from the Constitution and give us more authoritative control but that's not a liberal. Is She A. She's a progressive. Okay. Okay. All right. Okay. All right. Okay and That's from three syndrome just runs deep. I mean just nothing the man can do is any good. It's all horrible. It's all evil it's it. And then it that comes onto that. Manifest itself in conversations to meet. So because I'm a supporter of that, I'm racist I'm evil Oh my God. Yeah. Yeah it's it's that bad. Oh my Gosh Anthony I'm so sorry to hear that out the public you as a trump supporter especially here in Colorado as we get increasingly blue you to Kinda stay hidden. You'd have to stay out of those conversations I'm surrounded by liberals every day, and I just have to smile and nod and say, yeah, I get it. And just move about it because you can't get into it with anybody. So, what happens I am very concerned about your marriage what's going to happen with your marriage? well, we just had to sit down last night I told her that I can just stay quiet for four years and see see how this goes because trump's GonNa win and it's going to stay bad for four years but after that hopefully the smoke will clear and she'll regain some sense and she you know she she doesn't think that's a great plan. It's obviously not great plan but she doesn't. Know what she can do at this point. So she really honestly is the person that Lincoln was talking about. I was talking about she believes she's doing the right thing for America. Yeah he does and right part she does right it's just flawed and and and logic right now is escaping her. And she's a she's got a masters degree. She's a social worker but she's very ingrained in their philosophy and. You've been try just to oppose anything that's counter to that. all hell will break loose. It's I mean. Is this your shot down they cry? They make you they demonize. Use All the tricks that you see. Well, there is I mean I think you probably feel the same way anthony I do and maybe the way she does that our. Our country is is important really as family member at least in my family I mean it is. We've if our country dies, it's it is going to be devastating to our family and I don't know how somebody rift remains silent. If you see a child of yours or something that you love like child. killed. By people that you think are killing it, I don't know how you remain. Silent right right and so that's that's the that's the dichotomy. That's the that's the problem that we're in right now. I also wanted to let you know I have a my father and my grandfather was in World War Two and he got a photo album that he retrieved that is from the Nazi Labour Party, and it's full with candid photos and an interesting things from you know when. They were going through their labor movement at the beginning of World War Two I. would like to donate that to the Mercury Vault Oh my gosh we'd love that we would love that we I'm GonNa put you on hold and then we'll get you the address and send it. I would love that. Would you do me a favor also? He. I don't know if your wife would appreciate this because she probably hates my guts but on the to want your looks for me really good for her good for her. So on the twenty four I am doing an online event that is going to be on Youtube and on blaze, but also at Mercury one. And it's about putting America back to work and putting our principles back in and we're using history where I'm going to actually introduce you to the to the new vault that's here on the studio lot and show you what we're doing but also new classrooms where we are going to be inviting people virtually and in in person to actually take three day hard core class on. On the Republic and what we are and what we really believe and Yeah. So we're going to be introducing that I'd love to have you a part of that and and and just widening. I certainly well, that's the twenty four th you started for twenty four th. Yeah. We'll have more information on it a little later but yeah, the twenty-four. Wonderful. Thank you so much. God. Bless you and your wife and your wife. God. Bless you. I have a feeling. That is not unusual. Should do a show and just talk to people who are in that situation now are you dealing with that? Wow. Okay UBS warned its entire client group that they should be buying gold as they head into the election Goldman Sachs saying the same thing delayed election results will end up hitting the markets very hard. Chaos is the operative word. For. Evil and the left they are going for chaos. Wait until I show you tomorrow what they're actually planning I. Mean. Anthony didn't go far enough when he said you know the this is. What they're planning is just It's evil. It really is evil and I'll show it to you tomorrow. But anyway, this chaos going to rip our country apart I fear and when you have volatility like this and the unknown of what's coming tomorrow, it's going to radically hurt the dollar and the markets. Please you have four weeks to prepare before this kind of stuff happens we you call goldline and at least find out if gold or silver is right for you, I just bought some silver because I think gold is going to get so expensive that it's it's it'll be wealth preservation thing but I mean what you're going to use it for hey, can you break a ten thousand dollar coin? No. gold or silver find out what's right for you. But please prepare and and listen to your own guidance. You're smart enough to figure it out eight, six, six, Goldline, one, eight, six, six, goldline or Goldline DOT com. Tonight nobody cares about the VP debate rating wrong in twenty twenty the debate has never been more high stakes. I always going to interpret these protests as necessary because we'll hear from the woman who will really run the White House Joe Biden winds I know that there are still happening. Everyone should take note of that. They're not gonNA let up and they should not radical commonly. Harris's Mike Pence tonight nine pm eastern full by analysis and breakdown from Glenn at ten thirty on blaze TV. You're listening to Glenn Back. I have one minute I want to go to Chad quickly in Florida Hi Chad. Hey, how are you? Doing. All right. So, you apparently you live in Florida, you say you have such strict R- mask rules that you can actually get jail time. That's the way they had them until on the twenty fifth governor road has ordered removing penalties for individuals for not. Applying conforming to their standards. Okay. Well, that's that's not a law. That's not a law you are arrested for breaking the law. And if if they're arresting you, you should start a check with an attorney. Make sure the laws in Florida. But you should you should start a little Martin, Luther King March and not wear a mask and have two or three hundred of you and peacefully be arrested and still resistance they should love should love the love that and I know you have a Republican? Governor, but you you it's not a law until the legislature passes it and the governor signs it. Thank you so much Chad God. Bless you in Florida.

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TYT Extended Clip - October 16, 2020

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TYT Extended Clip - October 16, 2020

"What's up everyone welcome to ty T. Amana Casts Burian and you're watching the Friday show, which means that we will have a guest on later wasn't Llambro will be joining us to help me cover some of the stories, some of the current events happening in the United States, and around the world as always just want to encourage you guys to. Become members of this network members helped to keep us sustainable. They helped to make this show happen and we're forever grateful for. Their support. So you can become a member by going to t y dot com slash join We're GONNA start off the show today with an update on a story that I covered in depth earlier, and it has to do with the ongoing war nagorno-karabath This story is unfortunately only getting worse for the ethnic Armenians living in the region and I think it's only fair to update the audience about it but I highly recommend that you guys please please share the stream share this video because this is the kind of news at unfortunately isn't getting enough attention in the mainstream press. So let's go do it. The ongoing war in nagorno-karabakh and aggression against ethnic Armenians in the region continues following John's decision to violate a ceasefire that had been negotiated and brokered by Russia now Russian Armenian families whose homes have been absolutely destroyed by zero bombings are now sheltering in historic churches. Market connects. Not. Got that eventual you bit. Each. We juggled. They. To the. New. Zealand media, nitty he my. Son In caddick gun. John. By, this chamber came. Up Johnnie. Busy the not even. A I can see. That it's not religion. Have Neil. You. Need some more. Job To go war. It's not the only traffic volatile bull connor. It's it's a competition. Now Between talking and the Russian who will little WHO INSULT CAUCUS So that statement from an Armenian priest who is in the region is actually absolutely correct This has become a very similar to what we saw in. Syria unfortunately, Turkey is a major player while Turkey on one hand completely denies any involvement in the aggression against ethnic Armenians in this region. The truth of the matter is they are certainly assisting other John with military might weaponry, and now we're learning and this has been going on in multiple reports. That Turkey is helping by providing Syrian mercenaries who are trying to carry out the will of the Turkish government and other bed John's government. Now, in a previous video, I shared the historical context to this story I highly recommend you go back and you watch that This video is GonNa, talk about what's currently happening now, what's likely to happen in the future but I do want to note that while there's all sorts of other big John. A very propaganda about how all of this aggression is committed by Armenians ethnic Armenians in nagorno-karabakh the the truth is. Very different from that narrative. In fact, Armenians are now sheltered in churches because of their homes being bombed indiscriminately and now these churches are no longer providing safety for them because they're also being targeted by Forces Watch. Scientific. Somebody who? mixup. Bloomberg. Making. Impact. McConnell. The Nazi hotspot. Going Taking. Off. It okay cool. Get these. Gives you the state. Must approve is made. Hundred human. Pasta. Pasta. Jose human. Swelling. Down Hunger Schwab. Hit this. And we'll talk for knowledge you get and then. So, the historic Cathedral cathedral that had been bombed in the video that you just watched is in Shusha and it was actually built in eighteen sixty eight. It has been a longtime target of observation John. And I do want to focus on Turkey's involvement in the story because the involvement is significant and it has basically turned the more recent conflict between The ethnic Armenians. In nagorno-karabakh and the series into just a completely different dynamic because. Other John now has the type of military backup from Turkey that it previously didn't have as much of okay. Previously, Turkey was a little hands off now aired Juan very clearly is involving, his own policies involving Syrian mercenaries that he's promised salaries for, and he'll deny that. But if you talk to the family members of Syrian mercenaries who have been killed in this war, you'll hear a completely different story. So let's discuss that. So recently The Washington Post reported that fifty two Syrian mercenaries were sent by Turkey and they were killed in this war. So while Turkey denies sending them the family members of these mercenaries did speak to the. Washington Post one of them said the following they went to break the borders meaning the border between nagorno-karabakh announcer bed. John said a cousin of Mahmoud Najar a thirty, eight year old Syrian fighter the cousin interviewed by telephone. Sedna. Jars body in the coal truck was marked with the number. Twelve money is the only reason the cousin said who wants to go to bed John who even knows where John is so some of these mercenaries are on the record saying that they've been offered two thousand dollars a month in a salary in order to fight this war on behalf of our bed John Again, they are being sent by Turkey's government when you consider the. Past relationship between Turkey and Armenia and the Armenian genocide which was committed by Turkey that led to the slaughter of one point five, million Armenians. The ethnic cleansing is something that the international community overall still has not accepted or acknowledged. All of those details give you a sense as to how serious this story really is not just ethnic Armenians living in Nagorno nagorno-karabakh but Armenians overall the country of Armenia the sovereignty. Of Armenia, because what it appears to be is a continuation of what Turkey failed to finish in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifteen I mean there's really no other reason. This enclave in Azerbaijan is predominantly populated by ethnic Armenians it is governed by ethnic Armenians. The international community says this is a big John's territory but you know it's interesting to hear the UN make those types of statements while many UN. Countries still refuse to acknowledge the Armenian genocide. So to tell ethnic Armenians who have lived literally lived in that region for centuries that is not their land is laughable and how did it turn out that this land was handed over to be John? Well, it was literally handed over to orbit John by Stalin because stalling thought that maybe by doing so he could get Turkey to sign on with the Soviet Union. That didn't work out so well for him and now ethnic Armenians in the region or dealing with the ramifications of that Turkey has denied sending Syrian fighters to eight as our John Its longtime ally relatives of two fighters, Najar his nephew said in interviews that monthly salaries were promised by the Turkish supported militias and that fighters flew to other bed John from southern Turkey. The deaths of Syrian fighters have also raised alarms. Of course, this is very similar to what we saw in Syria raised alarms about how this decades conflict could now rapidly worsen as it draws in outside powers like Turkey and its rival Russia, and potentially destabilize his neighbors like Iran and Georgia. Also as John is receiving weapons from three different countries and this, this should really worry Armenia because Armenia has relied heavily on Russia to defend itself But it appears that Russia has been selling weapons to other bed John and Armenia at the same time they're also receiving weapons from Turkey and Israel as versions assault on Stepan occurred the capital of nagorno-karabakh has included. The use of cluster munitions manufactured by Israel, and that's according to a report last week by researchers at Amnesty International, who examined footage of the munitions, the United States along with France and Russia released October fits statement saying that the disproportionate nature of such attacks against the ethnic Armenians in that region constitutes an unacceptable threat to the stability of the region. I think it's important to really. Highlight that because I guarantee, there will be an influx of botts on this video claiming that all of the aggression is done by ethnic Armenians ethnic Armenian villagers in this area who have pretty much no power in this. In this case, they're the ones who are carrying out the aggression. It is absolutely ridiculous. They are relying on the government of Armenia to defend themselves they believe that. They have the right to self-determination I agree with them on that I know that I'm Armenian myself. But if you read the work of numerous historic scholars, you will see that this is an area that has been inhabited by ethnic Armenians for centuries. That's why you have literally the first Armenian school in existence built on that land and the only reason why there's this. Now, is so both Turkey and other bed John can shift the focus away from their economic failures onto this message of nationalism. That's what we're seeing that region right now, and it absolutely is leading to the deaths of innocent civilians and it will also destabilize the the region further. Also, the deployment of Syrian mercenaries has a repeated pattern from Libya where Turkey and Russia are fighting on opposite sides of the civil war. Most of the Syrian fighters in Libya have been hired by Turkey which sponsors militias inside Syria opposed to the government of Syrian President Bush Sharla Saad I bring up Syria quite a bit because much like the proxy war that happened in Syria were we're starting to see the same dynamics play out in nagorno-karabakh and one one final thing that really concerns me in regard to the safety of Armenians in that region. Looks they have relied in the past on Russia to defend them. But unfortunately, in this case, it appears that Russia is less willing. To, take a strong stance and provide the defense that these civilians desperately need. So for instance. Vladimir Putin's government has given mixed signals about whether it will intervene saying that Russia will fulfil its treaty obligations to defend Armenia proper but that it's obligations did not extend to fighting in the Nagorno Karabakh territory. this story means a lot to me guys and I really appreciate you for listening to the details. You know some of you have messaged me and asked me detailed questions about this story and I always welcome that and I appreciate it for anyone who's interested in helping out. Please do so. People are desperate. They've been displaced. And there's a centralized effort to raise money at Armenia Fund Dot Org. Any little bit helps Armenia Fund Dot. Org. please help these people out there innocent. There's no reason for civilians to be targeted this way and. Again, any little help will be appreciated. We got to take a break when we come back Wozniak laundry joins us to cover some domestic politics. 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Comment read because some of the comments are just absolutely incredible and I'm so grateful for you guys in the members section. Fifteen says, thank you anna for covering news about nagorno-karabakh international news is important. Next typ reporter says, what's The point of Geneva Convention? If no one is held accountable for violating it I absolutely agree left is best says, thank you for the great coverage as a Syrian I feel really ashamed of the reports that some of my countrymen are mercenaries in this war. Well I I hear what you're saying, but it appears that air to Awan. Is taking advantage of people in desperation you know financial desperation to. Have them fight this war on his behalf and it's absolutely disgusting Gabby Morita, says I love when ty T. covers international stories but I hate that they're always so tragic I guess that's the world we live in with twenty twenty being a raging dumpster fire worldwide I. Absolutely agree with you on that one and then Gem Oh from our super chat section I just want to really highlight his comment and everyone you know send him some virtual love because he says, thank you for covering this story as a Turkish viewer. I appreciate your input and your focus on the people living in the region. We literally cannot talk about the Armenian side of things in Turkey. So that goes to what I was saying you know in the context. Of the story I mean the propaganda is pretty intense and you're not allowed to acknowledge the Armenian genocide and Turkey, you will face persecution and so I. There are a lot of wonderful people in that area in Turkey who disagree with the Turkish government disagree with what happened you know both during the genocide and what's happening now in their denial of acknowledging the genocide, and so we should never make the mistake of. Drawing these equivalences between government and its people I know that as an American I wouldn't want the international community to think that Donald Trump is representative of my beliefs and so let's just keep that in mind. When we're talking about people versus governments. All right. Well, let's move on. We have some other news today including update on stimulus. So Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi continues catching a lot of heat for the fact that she has refused Donald Trump's one point eight, trillion dollar stimulus proposal, and one thing that's been overwhelmingly frustrating for me is that I haven't been able to find the language of Donald. Trump's proposal I thought maybe my research skills were getting a little dull, but it turns out that no one other than Nancy. Pelosi has seen the details of that bill and luckily IDA traumas. wrote an excellent piece in the intercept about this that I really want to emphasize because already there's so many strong feelings about what Pelosi should do, but we need to proceed with caution because this could be a situation in which Republicans try to take more hard earned taxpayer dollars and use it to benefit their friends. So No House Democrat Open Pelosi knows what's actually in the proposal, the top line spending amounts, and some of the major provisions have been confirmed. But no one has seen the text and no one sure L. Republicans have stuffed into it progressive lawmakers many of whom criticized the cares act from the left like representatives Alexandria Cossio Cortes Ilhan Omar have not come out and questioned the strategy of holding out Omar has demanded that relief past now but is asking Republicans to pass the Heroes Act and to be clear the Heroes Act is what the House passed months ago. That is a more robust piece of. Legislation that prioritizes the needs of ordinary Americans Now, Cossio Cortez has not spoken out about the current offer though in September she urged Democrats to hold out for a large package that includes significant health funding and aid for state and local governments. So yesterday, we had a conversation with Senator Sanders about this because I was curious to hear his take on this story. Is there any concern that trump's proposal is not really making it out to be? Let's watch. They're concerned that trump could use that appropriated money. Let's say in a you know incredible situation where McConnell actually does successfully pass trump's version. There's some concern that that money could be used as trump's personal slush fund. Do you have any details on that? Well. I think your point is well taken people say two point two, one, point eight. What's the difference? The difference is, in fact in the details and I think one of the things that trump wants and I have zero doubt would use is the front to suddenly go out to all of the battleground states already is even using a lot of money in agriculture to be spending money on farmers around the country whose votes he desperately needs. So you're right as I understand it although it's always very unclear when you deal with trump because I'm not sure that he. What he is talking about. So it's hard to know what the White House is referring to. And so I I want to get your thoughts on this was how do you feel about? Nancy? Pelosi's decision to reject trump's stimulus proposal. Well. Have you re or to Washington Post piece? she sent a letter to her to her colleagues saying that Donald Trump is trying to get a a win. By sending twelve hundred dollars with the check on with a twelve hundred dollar check with his name. Excuse me. Ahead. Of the election in order to curry favor with the boaters and the implication being that. We don't WanNA GIVE DONALD TRUMP A win, which I just think is just foolhardy tactics. He's clearly lost on the pandemic. Tens of millions of people are out of work suffering. We've seen people not to mention the two hundred thousand people who have died more and more people getting sick by the day. This is a loser for him. I don't know that a check a one time payment. Going to stay. In any meaningful way, and so I just think Pelosi strategy here is just off as misguided and wrongheaded. It reminds me of something that happened in my world and in in basketball when the Lakers were trying to trade for Anthony. Davis, there was this rumor going around that they didn't WanNa. Give Cow Kunsman because calicoes was just seen as just this untouchable great young peace and so the Pelicans not really wanting in the first place we're like, oh no, we okay. If you're not going to give us count within, give us every single draft nick for the rest of your life and the Lakers. Cool this is Basi Pelosi. It's like, oh we we can't give you twelve hundred dollars at your name on it. We will is this is just terrible on strategy is terrible policy. If she was smart I think she would challenge Mitch McConnell to go against the president. I'm sorry there's nothing the president advocates for that is that is ever unpopular with his base you can go down the line from China. Blue into ever. Donald trump is in favor of something, his base will follow him so I think McConnell. Pelosi. If she was smart, you would just put him in a binding go against the president because that's always a losing proposition for Republicans. Yeah, I mean look I am really curious how McConnell would act if push came to shove but you know I am also a little worried about what trump's proposal does entail because there has been a slow and steady drip of information regarding that proposal and one of the things that's a nonstarter for Democrats and it should be a non-starter for Democrats. It should be a non-starter for any reasonable human who has any ounce of empathy or compassion they WANNA provide liability protection to companies and corporations. meaning that if you're like, Amazon in the early days of the pandemic and you don't, you know spend a couple of dollars to prevent your employees from getting sick you don't provide masks or anything like that social social distancing measures you don't implement them. Well, if your employees try to sue you, you don't have to worry about it because passage of the trump version of the bill would prevent these companies from having to face any consequences for refusing to protect the health and safety of their workers. So I bring that up because I just I feel like there's a lack of honesty in the way the story is being covered right? Like that's that's where a lot of my frustration comes from on one hand. I totally agree with you and Americans need financial assistance right now does this does not needs to be politicized but of course, we have two parties that don't Seem to be you know too concerned with getting this done as quickly as possible but on the other hand, we both know that if Pelosi played ball with trump and passed his version of the proposal and let's say miraculously Mitch McConnell passed it, there would be all these components to that bill that people like you and I would be trashing on our shows, right? So I just want us to be honest about that because. There seems to be this strong urge to like. Tell Pelosi. You need to pass what trump wants right away. What's in that bill? How can you have a strong? How can you have a strong opinion unless you know what's actually in that legislation now moving onto McConnell because I think you made a really great point there and would be interesting to see how he would act if Pelosi signed onto trump spill. Well, McConnell for the moment being is refusing to really help any ordinary American out even as a whopping eight million Americans have slipped into poverty during this pandemic watch. Lago. Is the best way to go and so what I'm GONNA put on the floor it's what Republicans fifty to fifty three. Awesome. Feel like is an appropriate response. You're correct were discussions going on to win the? The bigger about our amount. that's not what I'm going put on. So McConnell for his part refuses any type of real aid to average Americans. He just wants to provide five hundred billion dollars in aid that's mostly directed toward helping companies that are struggling right now. That to me, that's McConnell. That's a bluff in my opinion when he comes out with the five hundred number, it's sort of negotiation tactic it's like the DEM's want to point to. The, president, who's basically my boss wants one point eight, I'm GONNA. Throw out this opening. Five hundred and sort of meet them some way way under what both of them want and pass it because the bottom line is when they passed the first cares act that wasn't a McConnell bill. McConnell. Didn't want that. That's not something he was. You know sort of lobbying pass. I think what you're seeing there is McConnell saying look I, don't WanNa. Do this in the first place. But. If the president forces my hand I'll play ball at some small number and like you mentioned before and figure out a way to get my cronies the help that day desperately need and want like. Who cares about average Americans which I guess in this bill, they're saying four hundred bucks on top of the unemployed insurance benefits, which is a two hundred dollar decrease. And they're saying, of course, another twelve hundred dollar check signed by Donald. J. That check look any any little bit of help. Is appreciated. Get me wrong. I don't want to minimize how much twelve hundred dollars can help. An average American who's really struggling right now but. Like the one time nature of it is so insulting. And infuriating. It really is. A stunt by trump to have his name on a check which you know I don't know how effective that is quite honestly I don't Care Look I. Think the people are making a really great point here and I think it's an accurate point regarding. At least some of Pelosi's intentions here the sunk Biden's brain or they sunk. I'm sorry they shrunk Biden's brain from members. Section Jeez writes in and says, Pelosi doesn't want to put relief through because she thinks trump benefit close close to the election. Watts's right. People's minds are already made up help them now So thank you so much for that comment and I totally hear you on that but let's also except that. Trump's version of the bill likely does have. Some components to it provisions that will in the long run at least or maybe even in the short term. Negatively impact American workers, many of whom are forced to go back to work right now, and if these companies can you know save a couple of pennies and prevent spending any type of money on safety? Or social distancing for their employees they're going to save a couple of pennies and what? Are. Some and I think another part of that needs to be calculated here that that I think Pelosi needs to think about is that you know, for fact, under vitamin presidency nothing's getting past straight up and down unless you know unless the Democrats are able to take the house I just I. Find It hard to believe that under a Biden presidency that he would sign off on. One point eight, billion, one, point, five, trillion, two, trillion, whatever you WANNA call it for Joe Biden to play with because we've what he's what's been his posture in the past under Democratic Presidencies, which is to obstruct which is to delay, which is do nothing at any all costs. Yeah. No I think I. Think you're right about that. So this is really a dire situation and we we have people who would much rather a politicize every moment of this pandemic rather than do what's necessary to keep Americans safe and to make sure that they're fed and housed the pandemic it's So unbelievably infuriating. But we promised to stay on this story and update you guys as we learn more about what the different proposals entail. Let's move onto trump's covert operatives because The politicizing this continues with the trump administration. The. Trump administration has installed its own operatives within the Centers for Disease Control and they're specifically tasked with some. Critical information meant to keep Americans safe. Now, there have been two individuals have been hired and they're keeping an eye on CDC director Robert Redfield because can you imagine the CDC director is trying to share information about the pandemic with the American people that's meant to keep them safe but apparently poor donny boy thinks that makes him look bad. And he wants to continue downplaying how obviously severe this virus really is So He's trying to suppress information coming from actual scientists from the CDC. The Associated Press broke this story I. Recommend you guys read the full piece. It's excellent and what they found was that the trump White House has installed two political operatives at the nation's top public health agency to try to control the information at releases about the coronavirus pandemic as the administration seeks to paint a positive. Outlook. Sometimes at odds or maybe all the time at odds with scientific evidence. So the two appointees have absolutely no public health experience zero none, but it doesn't matter because they're not supposed to be there to pursue public health. They're there to suppress critical information from getting out to the American people. The appointments were part of a push to get more politicals into the CDC to help control messaging after a handful of leaks where getting the apple cart senator trump administration official. So I'll give you more details on who these people are but was I wanted to get your thoughts. You know this is in line with President trump has done basically from the beginning of his administration with with sort of appointments like what he did at the CFP where I'm forgetting the guy's name but he appointed a guy over there and I know somebody who was working over there at the time and literally when the guy got appointed, he comes in and then I said put your pens and papers down. There's no more work to be done here, and those of you who don't know what the PB is is the Consumer Protection Financial Bureau. And You know what they were tasked with doing was holding banks accountable to consumers right like going out finding bank fraud putting money back in normal people's hands that was the job of this government agency. President trump put mullany is his name. Yes Mick Mulvaney. Excuse me Mick Mulvaney charge and basically they they got that agency do the opposite of what they were supposed to do. If you remember Jeff sessions when he got up in there right what was he doing like civil rights division we don't really know that is voting rights. We don't really care to prosecute states that are you know blatantly violating the sovereign rights of American citizens and just time and time again, you WanNa, go to Hud you wherever you want to go. Straight, is done. They point people to suppose in order for them to sabotage the very mission statements of these agencies, and if we're being real, this is a Republican tradition going back decades getting power appoint people to Cabinet positions that are the opposite of what they're supposed to do or just straight up in direct conflict of businesses business backgrounds that these people come from, and this is just more in line with that. Yet no I love that you brought up all those specific examples what Mick Mulvaney did to the consumer financial protection bureau is beyond shameful but he was put there specifically to do what he did. He was funded heavily by payday lenders. The whole point of the consumer financial bureau was to help regulate that very industry this loan shark industry that keeps praying on desperate consumers and so. You know you're right. You're right. The same thing is happening in the CDC. But in this case, it's all about risking the like literally risking the lives of Americans in order to make Donald Trump look good I feel like the press and you never saw your name and deadline or Hollywood reporting. This story. That's all that is this good press. We all love good press now. Well that's true but in this case I, if I had to choose between good press for myself or you know saving. As many lives, but you know you and I were like humans. Humans not sociopaths like Donald. Trump but let me give you more details about these two appointments. So. When the to appoint when the two appointees showed up in Atlanta, their roles were mystery to senior CDC staff. The people said they had not even been assigned offices eventually, one of them Nina would cough ski. Became acting, chief of staff and influential role as a director Robert Redfield? A right hand the other her deputy Chester trae molar. Also began sitting in on scientific meetings. So would kofsky seemed a particularly strange fit? Get this for the nation's top public health agency. She studied finance and Business Administration in college and Graduate School and at one point worked as a publicist and talent booker for Turner Broadcasting's cartoon network? Oh. Great. Great Great appointment to the CDC. That's awesome. While her political work included being. An events director during the George Bush two thousand presidential campaign. As a State Department official. She developed an international engagement program for US athletes and coaches. Sounds like she's totally qualified for this position in the CDC as. Thousands of Americans are dying every day from this pandemic. It's crazy. I'm somebody who oftentimes on the Internet will make fun of sort of credentials. Liberal twitter was like, Oh, I went to this school in this this and this that and I got these credentials and I'm fancy and. I can understand I can sympathize with the strain of thought this like all right. You don't need certain credentials to work certain jobs are being certain professions. The CDC, doesn't happen to be one of them. Global pandemic though like this is this just an extremely important job. People's actual lives in health are at risk. Right? We're not talking about some fancy seat on some fancy board or add some WACK ASS consulting firm. This is. These people are in charge of keeping people alive and healthy. This is kind of even despicable by Donald, trump standards. Yeah, it really is. So the. House select subcommittee says it's investigating these new hires which means that will probably go nowhere. But at least you the American people know what's going on they're trying to shackle Dr Redfield prevent him from sharing incredibly important krona virus information with you and so I suggest that You rely on You know stock-based. Based Information and advice from actual public health experts. Please wear masks please stay safe please socially distance and pretty much do the opposite of what you hear from Donald Trump at this point because he's a self serving sociopathic person who clearly does not care about your safety but certainly does care far more about increasing his chances of getting reelected and by the way I mean his strategy hasn't been so successful so far you can't deny or ignore the numbers of Americans who were dying on a daily basis as a result of this pandemic and as a result of his lack of leadership and action. We take a break When we come back, twitter has a band some more content. Should they have? Well, we'll give you the details on that and more when we come back. SUPPORT COMES FROM MSNBC. The first presidential debate was like no other. The second was canceled after the White House cove enough break Thursday NBC News Kristen Welker ask the questions and the candidates last scheduled face off before election day join MSNBC's Rachel maddow's Nicole Wallace Joy Reid Brian Williams, and their team political experts help clarity to a night. They could reshape the race Steve. Kornacki will break down the latest data view at the big board the next and final presidential debate watch. There is data eight PM Eastern on. MSNBC. Pat. Hey guys. Welcome back to ty T. Woz with you lots of comments about Las Story. We did and the stimulus story I wanNA think are twitch viewers though because they have. Done such incredible things especially today. So gift subs rows fifty two has gifted five subs. Ancient Wisdom has gifted five sobs null unit forty subbed at tear knoll unit forty subbed at tier three for the fifth month. Thank you and. Void Queen. Thanks, Typ for your honesty, progressive ideals and willingness to cover stories like these and that other outlets may pass over. Much love. Thank you so much. I'm assuming you're talking about the nagorno-karabakh story and yeah, it is being ignored. There was a video of a worker from CBS who responded to Armenian protesters. Anyway in the worst possible way, you should look it up I. Don't WanNa Butcher what he said verbatim but it was something along the lines of I. Hope you get bombed. That got no attention. It's disgusting. Trou- A troll Py donated one hundred bits and said I'm Russian and I so appreciate all of this info that I could have never gone anywhere else. Thank you t Y T. and men Vikings Twenty seven donated ten thousand bits. Thank you so much for your support guys, we love you. All right. That's a lot. Ten thousand bits is a lot I even I know that. All right. Well, let's let's do our next story. As we all know twitter got a lot of criticism for censoring a new. York Post piece that alleged all sorts of things against Hunter Biden. We talked about it in great detail. But before that happened they all actually censored something else that's been going on on their platform something that some experts referring to as digital black face will what is that? Well, twitter halted an unknown number of fake accounts claiming to be black people supporting donald trump for breaching the platforms ban on manipulating the site and spreading spam. The accounts were identified for using uniform language and tweets that included things like, yes I'm black and I'm voting for trump in all caps many of the accounts used profile pictures of black men taken from news reports and other sources. Several of the accounts claim to be from members of groups with pro-trump leanings, including veterans, police, officer officers, steel workers, businessman, and avid. Christians one of the fake accounts had in the place of a profile photo, the words black man photo, a hint of sloppiness by the networks creators. So. I mean look I feel like anyone with a pulse knew that this was going on with twitter I. Think it's pretty easy. To suss out the. Questionable accounts, the sock puppet accounts I think they're getting a little more sophisticated, but usually you can tell when you're dealing with bots and unfortunately there are plenty of them on twitter and all you need to do is look at polling data to see that Donald Trump doesn't have like this magical influx of black support he's been terrible. To black people to people of Color to immigrants, he's been brutal and openly. So but I was why don't you jump in? What do you think about this using twitter should be taking these types of steps. I don't honestly not for something like this not for the black dots. If you will I actually had a conversation not too long ago on my podcast hoops adjacent with the legendary hall of Famer David Aldridge he he mentioned that anytime he tweets about anything black related he get spam by and I was like I. Guess I'm not woken up never gotten. Lay. I've just never I've never interacted with them. I just think. I just have a problem with the twitter and the facebook sort of being the editors or the gatekeepers of sort of right and wrong I hate speech and things of that nature different than just you know sort of political propaganda misinformation because something like a New York Post article. I'm sorry. Outlets like ty T. and the New York Times and the Washington Post and all these other outlets that have a super duper huge reach will be able to debunk in and get that out to paint and if they really wanted to bake ages. Tip The scale algorithm, you mean, make sure that the stuff that's actually true is getting out there and being pushed at a more dramatic rate than somebody other stuff but the idea that you would not allow them to post it at all on twitter I. Think it's a very, very, very slippery slope and I think one of the great things about something like social media is that somebody can go viral who's Just a normal person just because they put something out that people are that are catching on with people, and if you stamped out there might come a date when they wanna stay at that kind of stuff out and so that's why dislike I'm not I. Don't I'm not a cheerleader for this kind of thing even if it stamping out the kind of stuff that I, guess we're supposed to be against anyway. Yeah look We covered that New York Post situation on the show yesterday and I wholeheartedly agree, I, mean first of all, if you want to avoid circulation of that story because of the inaccurate nonsense in it, and there was inaccurate nonsense in it, and that by the way that whole story is like being dismantled as we speak because Rudy Giuliani is a clown and he can't keep his own story straight. So like with stuff like that, leave it up to the the free marketplace of ideas. Let's have robust. Let's provide evidence. Let's go ahead and debunk the nonsense coming out not story that we did that in the context of discussing censorship. How the censorship is wrong but we also were able to debunk claims and that story that's what you should do i. do agree that it's a slippery slope I think that there are some instances where there's evidence of actual humans being harmed right physically and in those cases, it makes sense to censor some material. So for instance, the fact that Alex Jones was going after the pozner family they lost. Their little boy in Sandy Hook and Alex Jones made them a target and they had to move eight different times because of their you know they worried about their own security when you're talking about people who are fearful for their lives as a result of the activity that's taking place on these platforms I think you can have a discussion when it comes to content from laughable clownish publications like The New York Post like All right. Let's have it. Right. Let's let's have a conversation about it. I. Just don't think it makes sense to have this massive corporation serve as the arbiter of what is and is not acceptable on the platform especially since this is a platform where so many people get their news unless they it in a you're living proof of why we don't need this. You've gone viral dunking on and debunking stupidity like this countless times. So I don't need Jack Dorsey extra help here I got an historian on my side. Thank you. I appreciate that yeah and like by the way They, they had censored the content before they had determined whether it was false. Like that's an issue and it creates a situation where the Republican party confer this narrative that they're like victimism. So deals in the margins. Yeah. Yeah that's exactly what happened like every time something like this happens you have elected officials like Senator Ted Cruz whining and crying about making themselves out to be the professional victims and then you have the Dave Rubens of the world who without this victimization literally couldn't earn a paycheck So let's not empower them with accusations of censorship and you know how they're being how feel aggrieved let's go ahead and allow these articles to exist they're gonNA exist no matter what I didn't even WanNa read it until it was censored. I wanted to read it because that's how human nature works don't try to censor people I. Think it usually heals counterproductive You know counterproductive outcomes. All right. In the post game show today we are going to talk about Susan Collins helping to fund awful Cunanan candidates I don't know what she's doing. She's a mess, but we have other stories for you as well. including some moments from the town hall that trump engaged in a lot of people are giving Savannah Guthrie some love. I probably will not but we'll talk about it with Woz and if you guys haven't checked out Wada's work, please follow him on twitter at Big Woz and he's also writer at the athletic. Where can people find your work was? You're muted. Sorry sorry about that. For the athletic you guys can sign up. We got especially going one dollar for the first six months. One dollars a month I think even I. Could Afford that and I'm a bright boy. And of course, make sure you're listening to the athletic NBA show. 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Ep. 819 - Why Republicans And Democrats Hear Different Things

The Ben Shapiro Show

1:00:33 hr | 1 year ago

Ep. 819 - Why Republicans And Democrats Hear Different Things

"Democrats passed a resolution condemning president trump's quote unquote racist tweets. The squad prepares to go back to war with Nancy. Pelosi and Republicans struggled to react. I'm Ben Shapiro. This is the Ben Shapiro show well. It's all a complete mess out there unclear how all of this shakes out in terms of the polling data at war with Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi at war with the squad and president trump president trump at war with anyone the media at war with everyone is well. It's just it's a complete mess. We'll get to all of it in just one second. I let me tell you about how you get a great suits. I know you're going down to the local department store and you figure you'll just pick something off the rack and it look wrong that you are what you actually need is a suit and shirts that are tailored to hugh well. This is where Indochino comes in they make the suits and the shirts to your exact measurements for unparalleled fit and come from my favorite suit isn't Indochino suit. 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There is a lot of hubbub that broke out last night because Nancy Pelosi used language that was not actually allowed by the house rules. There are House rules that prevent you from impugning the motives motives the president of the United States or other members of the other members of the house or of the Senate well. Nancy Pelosi did that on the floor of the House. The resolution itself says that the president used quote Unquote Racist Language so that is impugning. The motives of the president of the United States had violates the house rules now listen. I think those house rules are stupid. Let's be real about this. Congress members immediately leave the Chamber and then say whatever they want to say about each other anyway saying they can't say this stuff on the floor of the House has not really upped the game of the House of Representatives in Britain they rip each other all the time. They have full on parliamentary sessions where basically browbeat one another. I'm fine with that. I think this is dumb rule but it was the rule Nancy Pelosi broke it. Here's Nancy Pelosi yesterday on the floor of the house talking about how she's speaking truth to power. Obviously this is a life. She's not speaking truth to power our at all. One of the ways that you know whether somebody is honest is whether they are willing to condemn people on their own side for doing something bad. Nancy Pelosi not only will not speak truth to power to the president of the United States. She's the third most powerful person in American government really the second most powerful I the V._p.. Has No real power. She's third in line for the presidency. She runs the House of Representatives and she saying that she's speaking truth to power by not impeaching president trump. She's got a lot of power second of all she couldn't even get the support to condemn members in her own party for being clearly in openly anti Semitic so don't she speaks truth to power she doesn't she wields racism as a political tool in favor of her partisan agenda which as we will see is one of the reasons they're getting a an anti anti trump backlash rights. There's this anti-trump anti trump backlash people pushing against trump and then you have people who are anti anti trump saying well all the people who are condemning trump their compromised in some way morally. They're liars. The person hats like Nancy Pelosi so I'm not GonNa go along with the condemnation of trump just to make Nancy Pelosi happy. I think that's one of dynamics that is very strongly in play. Now here's Nancy Pelosi though padding herself on the back talking about how she speaking truth to power when she won't even condemn members of caucus for being openly bigoted every single member of this institution Democratic and Republican should join us in condemning the president's racist tweets to do anything less would be a shocking rejection of our values and shameful abdication of our oath of office to protect the American people people. I urge that the balance of going to give gentle speaker the house if she would like to rephrase that comment I had cleared my remarks parliamentary and before I read them okay and that little it'll controversy right there that little contretemps back and forth representative that those representative from Georgia who stood up and said listen you just violated the rules of the House or not allowed to impugn the motives of the president of the United States. Would you like to strike that. She said I cleared it with the parliamentarian. Apparently she had not because the parliamentarian then ruled that her language did violate the rules of the House and so there are rules that say that that she now has not speak for the rest of the day and her language has to be struck from the record Emanuel cleaver was the chair of the House house at the time he was chairing the house. You can sort of past the gavel back and forth to particular members of your caucus. He was sharing this thing. The parliamentarian rule that Pelosi's words were out of order that they broke the rules. Emanuel cleaver refused to say that they broke the rules so instead he just said I'm GonNa drop the gavel and leave came here to to try to do this in a fair way. I kept warning both sides. Let's not do this hoping we could get through. Mr Paul had a situation where we could be <hes> in on another motion to <hes> <hes> <hes> takedown words of of a friend of mine and we don't ever ever WanNa pass up at sames an opportunity to to escalate and that's what this is other anybody to look at enter the footage and see if those any unfairness but unfairness is not enough because we want to just fight abandoned the chair okay so he walks off violates the rules of the House order protect Nancy Pelosi for violating the rules of the House and Steny Hoyer. Who's the House majority leader he gets up he takes the gavel and he says yeah it turns out she broke the rules and now she can't talk the rest of the day cheers prepared to rule the words of the gentlewoman woman from California contain an accusation of racist behavior on the part of the president as memorialized in nationals precedents chapter twenty nine section sixty five point six characterization characterizing in action as races is not in order chair relies on the president of May Fifteenth Nineteen eighty-four and finds that the words should not be used in debate and then the house votes to basically changed the rules Nancy Pelosi rules awards back in order votes on the resolution rules? The Pelosi has done nothing wrong so there's this whole back and forth over violating the rules negative. I think the rule itself is stupid because these congresspeople will just go out and say whatever they want anyway away however that sort of hub last night proved again that there's nothing but chaos in the House of Representatives okay so the question becomes Nancy. Pelosi says everybody of Goodhart vote with us on this resolution. Every one of Goodhart should vote with us on this resolution and there are several reasons why Republicans were not gonNa vote on this resolution the way that it was phrased the reason number one is that his actually controversial whether the president was being racist xenophobic now this distinction that actually does matter in American politics why well because the word racist. I is the worst thing you can be called in American politics. If you are racist in American politics than your political career is basically over and we tend to categorize anybody who supports that person has also a racist right. There's a move that we make in modern American politics where if politician is perceived as being a racist because race is great dividing line in the history of the United States and the great stain on our national honor for the first hundred and fifty two hundred years of our existence and my existence. I'm dating back to seventeen seventy six not to the mayflower compact or anything like that if you're talking about slavery goes back hundreds of years for the net obviously but the the use of the word racist label somebody or somebody's action basically throws them outside the overton window of politics and so two label the president of the United States racist means that he should not be president anymore under today's modern American political definition so the distinction between racist and xenophobic does matter here. There's also an aspect of stupid meaning that President from says crap Allott and it's usually very stupid food and many of the stupid things that President from tends to say are directed in the drunk uncle at your family barbecue direction meaning is he a true deep down bigoted racist who believes the black folks are inferior and Brown. People can't be good American citizens or or is the president just somebody who's like a bad collartoo c-span show and he sees retreated to lead an ill head Omar on T._v.. Our like these people there's just go back where they came from because I don't like these people and when you say the same thing about somebody who is white and part of that caucus. I don't know nobody knows because the Justice Democrats are represented by four women of Color Right A. O. C. N. retreated to leave N._l.. Hunt Omar and and I on a Presley the Ringo Starr of this this Beatles grew so you know when trump condemns them and when he says they should we'll go back where they came from. Is that a representative of racism or is that him assuming that everybody who disagrees with him comes from a foreign place and if there were white member of that caucus would he spare that person for example these questions matter again because the word racist is so charged in modern modern American life and the reason that you can tell that this is really charged is people are saying on the left. Why won't Republicans just universally come out and say that this was racist again because you have to be sort of exact in your language when you're labeling something racist as opposed to merely xenophobic now the reason that I make this this sort of context clear is because I wanna take the text of the resolution that voted on yesterday and contrast it with the text of the resolution that was voted on earlier this year that received unanimous support condemning representative Steve King from from Iowa so here's the tax the resolution condemning Steve King of Iowa who made comments that were sort of complimentary toward white nationalism? Here's the resolution condemning and censoring representative Steve King of I remember the House Republicans voted for this thing and it was sponsored by House Republicans so Democrats couldn't condemn their own but Republicans certainly did when it came to Steve King Nowhere in the resolution did it caulking racists instead it was very specific it said whereas on January tenth two thousand nineteen in an interview published by The New York Times Times representative Steve King asked white nationalist white supremacists Western civilization. How did that language become offensive? Why did I sit in classes teaching me about the merits of our history in our civilization whereas representative kings comments legitimize white supremacy and white nationalism as acceptable in today's society whereas representative kings comments are important to the founding principles of our nation and are rich history of diversity and tolerance of those whose backgrounds and beliefs have made America the envy of the world and whereas representative kings comments reflect negatively on the House of Representatives now therefore be resolved loved representative can be censored and that has unanimously well again the reason that passed unanimously is because it didn't characterize his comments literally repeated his comments and then just made the very clear logical statement that they legitimized white supremacy in white nationalism the resolution that was adopted by the Democrats went further than that the resolution adopted by the Democrats labeled in a lot of their own immigration policy and also suggested without real explanation not even quoting his tweets they just said whereas says President Trump's racist comments have legitimized fear and hatred of new Americans and people of Color? That's that's more of a characterization of his statement than mere that Amir analysis of what the man said the the actual resolution does not even even quote his tweets in the first place as opposed to the resolution. Now's about Steve King quoted his tweets and then just said here's what he said so this was obviously going a lot further than the Steve King Resolutions that was reason number one that Republicans didn't vote for but there are other reasons that Republicans didn't vote for and and those reasons are viewed by a couple of polls that are out today regarding how Americans view president trump's comments and the response to trump's comments and it really is fascinating because there's a conversation going on in which the two sides I think are completely missing one another. We'll get to that in just one second can I. 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Do you like it or not and that's the question left thinks they're asking asking but that's not really the question the right things that the left is asking them so Nancy Pelosi will get up there and say why can't you just condemn these comments and folks on the right are looking at her going because you're the one asking because you're willing to overlook racism and bigotry anti-semitism in your own party and so we think you're a political local hack who is not actually making clear eyed assessment of what the president is saying we think instead that what you're doing is weaponising the president's comments and and attacks on on race ethnicity more generally in favor of your our own political side right that is the that is is what people are reading and you can see this in the polling data you see this very often with a lot of hot button political issues. Somebody will pick a hot button political issue and then they will say why can't you admit my point. And the answer is because we don't think that your point derives from the material that you are relying upon so to take an example the black lives matter movement was founded on the belief that black people are being disproportionately targeted by police and then they used as their basis for that the Ferguson shooting in the Ferguson shooting was not by all available data a bad shoot by the police officer. It was not a racist shooting by the police officer and yet the question that was being asked routinely is so you don't think racism exists in America Erica now. Everyone believes racism exists in America but you're asking the wrong question so you are pointing at Ferguson or you're pointing at disproportionate. Police shootings of black folks which in statistically speaking have generally been shown to be justified Berlin fryer over at Harvard University based on the activities of the criminal issue and then you are saying are you saying racism doesn't exist in America. It's like no saying racism does exist in America but the evidence you're providing for this is not clear and it feels like you are asking me to say yes us so that you can then justify the rest of your agenda. This sort of thing happens routinely in American politics and you're seeing it happened here with president trump's comments. This right is reading it. They don't feel like there's an actual open honest question being asked as to whether president trump's comments racist they feel like all it's really happening is for what they want and by the I mean the left the Democrats the media what they want is to say they want you to say yes. I think those comments were bad. I don't know if the racist but they're bad and then they say okay well. Why don't you impeach him and vote for Nancy Pelosi for president and vote for Kamla Harris for president? Why can't you admit that Republicans are racist? There's a second step that we know is coming on the other end of a question that is not honest in other words and you can see this reflected in the polling data so there are two polls that are out today showing what Republicans and and folks more generally think of the of trump's comments now I will point out here as well that the media have jumped into this game where they are openly calling trump's his tweets racists their characterizing the tweets calling it a factual verification of the tweets okay. I'm just pointing out that the media are damned liars when it comes to the sort of stuff because when it comes to Ilhan Omar saying openly anti Semitic stuff they won't say Ilhan Omar's anti Semitic tweets. They'll say Illinois Mars controversial tweets ill anti Israel tweets tweets that some have called antisemitic when it comes to trump they will say racist tweets. Even though as best I can see the tweets are not actually racist xenophobic or I think the tweets and I do think that there is a difference between racism xenophobia both are bad. They're not equivalent bad or exactly the same right. Not All rectangles are squares in other words so you something can be uniform and racist it can be uniform and not racist it can be bad and Nauseam phobic racist. These distinctions wins do matter in American politics and gracious matter in American politics as well there are lots of various shades of bad in other words and it somewhat troubling that people are are so focused in on president trump being the root of all evil evil for what are admittedly and obviously very bad stupid ridiculous tweets but they are utterly unbothered by Ion Presley going out there and saying the black people are not black unless she agrees with them or engage people are not gay unless she agrees with them. It's pretty amazing amazing okay so here's what the polls show coming out of this latest Brouhaha. There's a poll those printed by U._S._A.. Today and clear majority of Americans say president from tweets targeting for minority congresswoman or un-american the most Republicans say they agree agree with his comments in illustration of the nation's sharp partisan divide on issues of patriotism and race more than two thirds of those aware of the controversy some sixty eight percent called trump's tweets offensive among Republicans alone however fifty seven percent said they agreed with tweets that told the congresswoman women to go back to their original countries and third strongly agreed with them so what are Republicans hearing when they hear that poll. I don't think what they're actually hearing is worthy tweets good. I know the people are going and this is not me reading chicken. entrails gave my actual assessment of this knowing conservatives better than anyone in the media. My actual assessment is that Conservatives and Republicans when they are asked this question are hearing. Are you willing to condemn president trump as UNAMERICAN and racist so that we can press that's Ford Nancy Pelosi in the squad in other words. People are reading the consequence of the poll question not merely the poll question which happens on the left is well. You see this pretty often on the left as well people will ask people do you condemn socialism and folks on the left who may not even know what socialism is will read the second order order question there as well. I condemn the squad for example and they'll say no socialism's fine with me so again that poll shows that fifty seven percents they agreed with the tweets and that's a pretty low number that really is remembered. Trump has over ninety percents approval rating among Republicans only fifty seven percents of Republicans said they agreed with his tweets so you know I'm Gonna I'm going to put it out there. That most Republicans are actually not particularly happy with President Trump's tweets but they're not gonNa tell the media that fifty nine percent of of of people across the country called the tweets UNAMERICAN and again. I do think that it is an un-american thing to tell people to go back to their home country based on political disagreement. I actually think that it's un-american thing to say to somebody. You know. Go back to your home country if they're born in America I I think it's a very bad thing to say. I don't think it's racist thing to say. Necessarily it depends on the context but I think it's an un-american bads uniform. Thing could certainly be racially tinged. I'm open to that argument in any case. The the polls show that three quarters of women called the tweets offensive. This is why for all the people saying this is an act of genius by President Trump to make the squad the face of the Democratic Party. He's alienating precisely suburban voters. He's going to need for that twenty twenty elections. He can't keep his mouth shut. He three quarters of the women polled called his tweet offensive independence by more than two one said they were un-american by Republicans said that they mostly agreed about overall. It's the twenty eighty. Five percent of Americans is sorry twenty. Five percents of Republicans said that the tweets were quote Unquote un-american which is a very high number again inside his own party. How many Democrats willing to say that Ilhan Omar was an anti Semite? I wonder partisanship is a hell of drug. Nearly three-quarters of Democrats agreed that this is a racist statement about sixty five percent said that it was a racist statement overall Republicans were actually inclined to agree that the comment was racist forty five to thirty four Republicans were much more skeptical of charges of racism. Generally seventy percents agreed that people who call others racists usually do so in bad faith and that is the key question. That's the key question that Republicans are really answering. They're not answering what they think of president trump's tweet. They're answering what they think of you you the people who are pulling them that people in the media are covering them the people on the left who are insisting that they call out every instance of presidential stupidity and quasi racism except when it comes from the left at which point we're supposed to celebrate it Democrats thirty one percent agreed that people will call others racist usually do so in bad faith thirty five percent disagreed. Even Democrats apparently understand that the charge of racism goes out too often when it came to patriotism seventy two percents of Democrats ninety three percent of Republicans said they were proud to be American in this latest poll so you sorta have to decode these polls a little bit to determine what exactly people think about them. I'M GONNA get more of that in just one second I my schedule doesn't leave me all that much time to exercise but if I don't exercise I don't feel good. I don't feel like myself and that's open fit comes in on trying to work out everyday. Sometimes the day just gets to stack so I go home at night. I opened up my computer and open fit is they're open. FIT is a brand new super simple streaming service that allows you to work out from the comfort of your living room in as little as ten minutes day. Everyone's bodies are different open. It gets that which is why it is personalized. Your needs open it. 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I therefore questions Republicans and this is why you're seeing a gap in the perception of the president comment okay the pro so here are the the four questions question number one. Do we trust the media's definition F- initiative racism right that is the first question that Republicans perceive they are being asked. Do we trust the media's definition of racism so if Washington Post calls me up and says. Do you think this is racist I immediately in in my in my reptile brain. I immediately go to WHO's asking the question is an honest brokers at somebody who hates president trump is going to use this as a club against everybody because the same people who call President Trump's tweets racist also justified the activities Villena Mar and Iona Presley and all the other Democrats sourcing radical insane things so why would I tell you what I think is racist when you guys are not honest about racism. You won't even define your terms to that question number one until you're less you're less likely to go along along with the Washington Post question itself or U._S._A.. Today's question itself question number to do. We trust that this isn't just a partisan hack job meaning not only do we think that you apply the label racist too broadly and that you've been labeling everything trump does racist for his entire presidency and everything that Romney did racist and everything Paul Ryan did racist and everything George W Bush did racist and now you're asking me. Do I think this is racist. You cried Wolf too many times. Go go screw yourself as Republicans are thinking on question number one to we agree that you are a worthy source of the definition of racism then there's question number two are you partisan hacks and this breaks down into a couple of different areas one do you in the medium and to you in the Democratic Party you Nancy Pelosi apply a double standard on bigotry in other words. I can find with anti-semitism so long as Ilhan Omar is spouting it but suddenly you're all up in arms when you think Steve King is saying something very bad in other words this partisan hack attack so question number one was is your definition of racism too broad and if I acquiesced to your definition of racism in this particular case and my acquiescing to your broader definition of racism in other words if I say yeah I think these tweets are bad and maybe even racist and my acquiescing to your definition of racism which apparently includes everything under the sun. That's why the U._S._A.. Today poll is really fascinating. It shows that Republicans forty five to thirty four thought that the president's tweets we're actually racist but they also thought seventy percents of Republicans thought that the charge racism is too broadly applied and fifty seven percent said they were fine with the tweets so just the fifty seven percent in the forty five percents seemed like they should not overlap right. That's more than one hundred percent. So what's the deal the deal is that a lot of the same people in the Republican Party who are uncomfortable uncomfortable with the president's tweets are even more uncomfortable with the media using the tweets to justify their broader definition of racism because they understand the game that was questionable in question number two is isn't this all just a bunch of partisan hackery like when you're when you're asking about the president's residents tweets and when let's say let's say there wasn't an attack by a terrorist group in America and Antifa tack on an ice facility over the weekend by a person quoting basically talking about concentration camps and not a single Democrat has been asked about it by media not one <unk> Democrat empower has been asked about it zero zero when it's left to the rebel and the daily caller to ask I on a Presley and and Ilhan Omar and Rasheed had to leave an A._O.. See whether they condemn an actual terrorist attack on an ice facility and when those women stay silent when asked the question and there are no follow ups from the mainstream media trust you or Nancy Pelosi to ask honest questions upon which we should be able to reach agreement when we know that you're immediately going to use it as a tool so in other words should we should we go along with your partisan hackery masquerading as a unifying message just so that you can turn around and clock tomorrow with something intellectually dishonest and terrible is that is that something that we're willing to go along with. That's what Republicans are hearing as well in other words. The dishonesty of the left on a lot of these issues has left Republicans unwilling to even answer the question in an honest and real fashion because they don't think the question is is motivated well. They don't think the question is honestly motivated and I don't blame conservatives Republicans for this. I really note because the fact is that you do this. In your daily life all the time how you ask a question and who is asking the question is often just as important as what the question is if you are asked by police officer. How fast were you going that is different than your wife asking you after he got home? So how fast did you go is coming from a different source. The purpose of the question is difference the exact same question but everybody knows that there is a slight difference in what exactly the question is designed to illicit and Republicans applicants are reading beneath the questions what it is designed to elicit okay then there's the third question that Republicans believe they are being asked and that is is president trump himself a racist meaning not are these comments racists not are these comments xenophobic not are these comments ugly but is president and trump himself a racist and that's a different question it really is there are lots of non-racist people who say things that are at the very best racially tinged on occasion really there are people who do not believe that people other races are inferior but they're dumb and they dumb things because they're dumb. Maybe we used to acknowledge that. This was a fact in American life in American politics so what people in the Republican Party conservatives are reading is sure those racist those tweets. Maybe the racist but we don't think trump is a racist which McConnell do this yesterday for example where he was asked if the tweets are racist and McConnell said. I don't think that trump is a racist in other words. WHO's trying to cut them off at the pass? You saying okay well. I know what you're doing here. You'RE GONNA say if I say that the tweets racist. Racist you're next question is do you think trump is racist and I'm not willing to go there so instead. I'm just GonNa cut you off. I'M GONNA say trump is not a racist and of story and there I question as to how many Democrats even are willing to go out there and say that they think that president trump himself is a vicious brutal racist as opposed to the man's has dumb racially tinged crap all the time for how many things that he's a he's a overt in his own mind is he in how he thinks in terms of intent motive which is what racism is. I don't think there's a strict liability standard with racism and they actually have to have intent is trump racist. That's a question that people are reading into and then finally there is the final question which is are we all racist right that is what Republicans and Conservatives feel like they are being asked meaning. Here's how the logical chain goes. If I say that I think the tweets were racist then you're next question is going to be do you acquiesce to our entire definition of racism whereby everything Republicans ever said his racist and if you believe faith in our definition of racism and you vote Republican Than Aren't your racist the reason that I'm breaking this down because I think that people are completely misunderstanding how these poll results working and just what people think of race in America because here's the reality how many Americans on the Republican side of the I'll l. really stood up for we'll stand up for openly racist language like how many Republicans stood up for Steve King The answers about zero. How many Republicans actually stood up for the man who's for the police officer in South Carolina who shot got Walter Scott a black man in the back and then try to plant the gun on and basically how many how many people stood up for that anyone but when you take a hot button issue like this and then you know people about it people answer the question they think they are being asked in reality and we're talking past one another because yes democrats doubt Republican motives because they think Republicans are all racist and that means that Republicans Democratic and media motives which is the same thing and why wouldn't they doubt those motives? Why wouldn't they doubt those motives especially when on C._N._N.? Is Willing to go out of its way to ask the thoughts of Richard Spencer on Donald Trump's tweets so c._N._N.. Actually had Richard Spencer on actual white supremacists Richard Spencer they gave him airtime yesterday to talk about Donald Trump's tweets why when did wise wise Richard Spencer being pulled out this who gives crap about with Richard Spencer and actual white supremacist has to say about any of this the reason is because C._n._n.. Is trying to imply that if you support president trump then you are like Richard Spencer and if you think that tweets are bad but we also don't think that the tweets are end of world bad trump's in obvious racist he ought to be expelled from office bad then you are just like Richard Spencer that trump's real constituency is Richard Spencer as opposed to you know the sixty five million people who voted for the President President of the United States when C._N._N.'s that and they won't ask a single question to a Democrat about you know ianna Presley saying openly racist crap over the weekend or or or Ilhan Amar Singh antisemitic stuff repeatedly. They won't ask Democrats what they think think of an actual terror attack on an ice facility with a person who's basically paraphrasing A._O._C.. You think Republicans are going to have a trust problem. Maybe just a little bit. I mean honestly it C._N._N.. Bringing Richard Spencer on amazing thing here's what that sounded like yesterday white nationalist Richard Spencer who hailed trump when he was first elected is among those who are turning on trump many white nationalist will eat up this red meat that Donald trump is throwing out there. I am not on his again recognize Nikon game. That's it yes C._N._N.. C._N._N. had him on specifically to suggest that his real base is white nationalist as what they are doing and what the and so when C._N._N.. Ask Republicans what they think of race. What do you think Republicans are going to say to that? In many things can be true. Once once a one the president's comments are bad and the really bad those those they were bad morally wrong morally egregious xenophobic at best racially tinged. Maybe verging over into the racist. Hey all of those things can be true. Also it can be true that we do not trust the media's definition of racism and the Democrats definition of racism to think they are damned wires because they don't apply even standards evokes instead. They're applying standard that is politically convenient for them three. They're attempting to paint president trump personally as a racist so that they can four to clear everyone who supports him racist. All of those things are true all of them at once in just a second. 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We really appreciate it. We're the largest fastest-growing served podcast and radio show in the nation <music> so trump so republicans have been having trouble responding to Democrats on the basis of president trump's comments because president trump's comments again put them uncomfortable dumb position because president trump did something both morally and politically wrong here. It was a mistake at the same time. Republicans are not willing to trust the left in the media with their assessment of the situation in fact all trust is gone in American political political life because everything is used as a club two-wheeled Republicans are looking at Democrats they're saying why would we trust you to assess what is racist and what is bad and what is immoral when you're ripping Paul Ryan as you're saying that Donald trump is unamerican skin for declaring that these four women have un-american points of view in two thousand twelve the Democrats literally ran an ad with Paul Ryan throwing an old woman off a cliff in two thousand twelve just flash back to that it says remember what Paul Ryan Granny and then it's an actual reenactment of Paul Ryan throwing Ramel off a cliff is a democratic SUPERPAC literally killing an old woman and then there's another added they cut in two thousand twelve in which they accused I mean they literally throwing it old woman off a cliff. You think that that doesn't threaten People Democrats have been calling Republicans Nazis for years everyone everyone's Nazi everyone's a white supremacist and then you're asking us what we think of your assessment of White Supremacism Kazman Nazism we think your assessment sucks so even if we were inclined to grant at the president's tweets are bad and cross lines and are morally wrong. We're not gonNA answer that way to you guys because we think that you're dishonest tax. You're the same people who didn't mind it at all apparently really when in two thousand twelve Joe Biden suggested that Mitt Romney was a vicious racist wanted to put black people back in chains and a democratic SUPERPAC cut in ad suggesting that Mitt Romney gave a man's wife cancer i. I don't think Mitt Romney understands what he's done to people's lives by closing the plan. I don't think he realizes that that people's lives completely changed when Mitt Romney and bank closed the planet lost my healthcare and my family lost their healthcare and short time after that my wife became ill. I don't know how Mitt Romney Gay People Cancer Joe Biden likened the tea party to terrorists according to sources political reporting in two thousand eleven he he likes members of the tea party who wanted to restrict spending to terrorists in American government and yet now we're told the Donald trump is crossing the line guys if you're worried about line crossing maybe you should have applied that evenly all the way across the board. I'm worried about the line crossing. The difference is the when trump crosses the line. I say he crossed the line. I say that it was garbage. When Steve King crosses the line not only do I say that he crossed the line I max out to his primary opponent? When Democrats crossed the line you guys back them all the way to the hills and then you feature them on national television and this is where I think the backlash could set in in favor of Republicans because if Americans are given the choice between the uncomfortable dumb bad tweets of Donald Trump and the sentiments expressed by Ilhan Omar and the squad? I'm not sure that they choose the squad. I really am not sure plus. The squad is now turning on Nancy Pelosi again now. Remember the same squad that is supposed to be the end. I mean this is what you wonder why Republicans don't trust the Democratic assessment of what racism constitutes maybe it's because l._l._C. The Squadron Nancy Pelosi is a racist. Everybody's racist according to A._O.. See and the squad they didn't interview with C._B._S.. With Gayle King and the literally suggested again l._l._C. Ann Rashida to leap suggested the Nancy close you was responsible for attacks and death threats against them. We're supposed to give credibility to these people. This is your this is your big move here here's A._F._C. and <unk> turning to last week's fight and going after Nancy Pelosi against that wound remained it closed for approximately five seconds papered over by President from dumb tweeting and it's reopening immediately. I did not say that she was disrespectful of women of color I found some of the comments disrespectful and that was my personal opinion and I did feel that singling out on the basis of one vote was creating an opening. The fact of the knowledge is racial justice work in our country for a long time acknowledging that we are women of color so when you do singles out be aware of that what you're doing especially because some of us are getting death threats because some of us are being singled out in many ways because of our backgrounds because of our experiences and so forth so having these women stand up there and talk about what what they perceived to be racism is not going to be affected with the American people because frankly they think everything is racist except when themselves are being racist when i Anna Presley is going out over the weekend and suggesting the black folks are not black if they disagree with her and when no one Omar is dropping anti-seismic slurs every five seconds and recruited to leave Abe is accusing everybody a dual loyalty and suggesting that everything including Holly Flowers Racist. Maybe they're not the best judges of this particular situation in other words the WHO makes the assessment matters in American politics and everyone has lost such credibility not an intellectual honesty that nobody anybody to make the assessment anymore. There is no commonality there is no common standard that we hold to make these assessments at all and there's a double standard in the media when it comes to exactly the sort of material that they find find objectionable so you'll get suggesting the Mitch McConnell is complicit in advancing racism. This is the same A._O._C. who defended Ilhan Omar's anti-semitism to the hilt the same A._O._C. who squad refuses to come out openly and just condemn a terrorist attack on the ice facility. The majority leader is complicit in advancing racism in America if he doesn't even have the backbone to speak out most basic basic honestly in these members go on the record condoning the president telling women of color to go back to their own country. I invite them too because we will win the twenty twenty election and we will take this country back because we believe in fighting for every American and then you'll see ignores in her own caucus so if if that were her line and I thought you were an honest person I might agree with what she says there but I don't think that she's an honest person because when it comes to Hannah Martin Open Anti-semites you defended her to the health. Omar Mar was asked by Gayle King. Does she regret any comments. She said yesterday no she does not the other women were sitting right next to her when she said this the way that we hear and consume information is very different than how the next person might so you don't regret your words either I do not but I have gotten the I I am grateful for the opportunity to really learn how words made people feel <hes> and have taken <hes> every single opportunity guy and <hes> to due to make sure that people understood that I apologize for it and tries for anything just that she doesn't regret a word. She said she doesn't apologize for a damn thing. She's never apologized for anything. It's unreal. It's unreal she sitting there right next to A._O.. See and to lead leave and and I on a Presley and they're all sitting there silent as this open anti Semite is talking about how she's fine with what she said before and then all of them like well. If you're silent about President Trump's tweets will you're racist. What if I'm not silent about his tweets and I think that you guys just fully crap? What am I think that the tweets were bad and wrong and morally objectionable but I also think that you guys are damned? Liars and radicals and you shouldn't be in charge of the country what if both of those things are true at the exact same time it's but if I say that apparently then you're then you go right back to the poll question. In well don't you think that trump's comments racist if they were racist. How could you possibly how could you possibly support him for president? Because lots of things can be true at the same time he can say bad things racially tinged things things I find objectionable and terrible. I've not wavered one iota in my assessment of president. President trump is a personality since two thousand sixteen. I think the president trump when it comes to his personal behavior has always been not only deeply flawed but many areas of disaster area that does not change what the left is doing their broad definition of racism the reaction to that the fact that we are supposed to now choose between the squad and trump if you're gonNA force me that choice guys that choices not hard it didn't because I think trump says dumb ignorant foolish things on a regular basis I think he's has offensive things on a regular basis and then I think his policies match mine mostly and I think that the people who oppose him say stuff that is just as dumb or foolish irresponsible except they don't think that it's just foolish irresponsible in their case I think many of those people are are actually ill-motivated and vile. I think that their motives are nasty and I think that they are militarizing. Trump stupidity against him in a way that is that is politically viable but I think dishonest obviously the the the lack of nuance and calm and complexity in our analysis of American politics is what is leading to this breakdown the dichotomy because we can't just have the question that has asked out there in the ether without looking at the ramifications of the question how it's Ashton how answered that I think is is what is going on right here and you're seeing the Republicans struggle with all of this because again two things can be at once trump's comments can suck and also the squad can suck radically. They can just be awful because guess what they are okay time for some things I like and then some things that I hate so things that I like today. There's been a lot of talk about patriotism and this made me think of the Amazon show Patriot now. This shows not for everyone. It is supremely quirky. It's a it's a spy drama but it's really a spy kind of drama comedy extraordinarily dark <hes> but it's got some moments that are really very funny. It's more situational comedy than kind of punchline laugh out loud funny. It's it's bizarre situations and a person being put an awkward bizarre situations if you don't mind awkward humor than this is the show for you. Here's a little bit the preview for Patriot. I would like to send someone over to get in front of this election my son but it's complicated records towards folk music because he says it helps him with his feelings it brother all you gotta do his bag of money to be. That's never easy like that. Because projects can play out in Iran Ron and Luxembourg McMillan comes and goes both lectures like okay so series series is really weird and Quirky and it's got some real moments so you can go check it out over at Amazon Prime <hes> it's it's got some funny stuff definite Amazon's <hes> Amazon's Patriots go check that okay time for some things that I hate so everything is cancelled. Everything that is good in American life. Historically is now cancelled. A lot of this is manufactured so all of these supposed outrage over the Russell was manufactured. Colin Kaepernick is adult. He doesn't know anything about the Betsy Ross flag or Betsy Ross he declares it racist because some white supremacists will seize on any symbol of the American founding and tried to reuse it for themselves and the left acquiesces in this and goes along with this and that raises a question Erik Erikson. I saw raise this question online. I think it's the right question. Why is it that when a couple of idiotic disgusting white supremacists say things like the white the flag the Betsy Ross flag tag is racist and and we love it because it's racist? Why does the left respond not by saying other so full of crap? This is not a racist symbol. Why does the left respond by going? You know what they're right. It is racist symbol and now we cannot have any of the Nice things that the American flag is racist. Now the Betsy Ross flag is racist now. Why does the left go along with all that because it really is a tiny minority of people who don't know anything about history who immediately jumped to a conclusion based on what the troll ary the alright and white supremacists on on Gab or fortune that is why does the left go along with that? It's racist groups have always attempted to grab American symbols and use them for themselves. The American Nazi party used to have rallies with giant American flags and pictures of George Washington in background. This is not mean that the American flag represented the Nazis or the George Washington was a Nazi and you didn't see the left at the time say oh well I guess George Washington was Ozzy. The American Nazi party's using them right there the K._K._k.. You suit routinely grab American symbols and then use them and suggest that America was the K._K._k.. Goodhearted folks and left and say well what the right although symbols now but this is what we're seeing now we're starting to see symbols of the United States that have nothing to do with white supremacy they are grabbed by what you premises and the left acquiesces in that grab and suggest that the solutions this is to Bama symbol so today's example of completely manufactured controversy so yahoo runs a piece about Chris Pratt the actor now Chris Pratt is pretty apolitical by apolitical. I mean he's not a social justice warrior and he has not openly come out as a conservative and said I am a conservative Chris. Pratt happens to be a religious Christian and he's kept his politics pretty close to his chest. Everything I've ever heard him. Say has been talked. I you know that has any any political ramifications has been about personal responsibility and giving glory God. That's basically it which is a pretty innocent message. As far as I am concerned. Chris Pratt made a huge mistake according to Yahoo News what was his oppose huge mistake. According to Yahoo News is supposed huge mistake is that he wore a don't tread on me t shirt with the Gadsden snake now that t shirt was okay that flag the the gadston flags actually the for symbol of the U._S.. Navy according to Yahoo News it was controversial controversial. The writing Snake Combo on its own is depicted on the GADSTON flag a symbol created by Christopher Gadston a Charleston born Brigadier General in the continental army it came to prominence according to Yahoo News during the Revolutionary War of the United States by colonists who wanted independence from Great Britain although it is one of the symbols and flags used by the U._S. men's soccer team metallica and some libertarian groups over the years the flags been adopted by far right political groups like the tea party as well as gun toting supporters of the Second Amendment in none of those are are actually bad groups again. The Tea Party is not far right. The Tea Party was mainstream right and gun-toting supporters of the Second Amendment that would just be like you know people who believe in the Second Amendment pretty much right there which as it turns out is an amendment to our constitution which is is our founding document which provides the basis for American government of which Yahoo News is a beneficiary and then y'all who says has therefore become a symbol of more conservative and far-right individuals and according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission of the US it also is sometimes interpreted to convey racially tinged messages in some context they'd go searching far and wide for that one and then they tweeted they quoted six particular tweets from six people who are not verified twitter and how about fifteen followers and then they headline this that Chris Pratt is criticized for the quote unquote White Supremacist t-shirt now the question is not why Yahoo News does the SORTA Click Bait. We all understand why they do this sort of click bait the reason they do the Betas because they wanted clicks wchs obviously it's the same reason that the news created this fo controversy about black aerial as though there were scads in oodles of people were deeply broken up and concerned about the race of Fictional Mermaid there were just out there enforce force again all they could come up with three people and have in at least one of those accounts is pretty much completely fake so they create a controversy. They did the same thing with black stormtrooper in Star Wars. Oh my God John Boyega is going to be in Star Wars. How can it be a black act leno calories in the original like what are you talking about? No one cared. No one is the create these controversies but the question is not why these click bait sites create fo- controversies the real question is why the why the left goes along with them and then you start seeing this multiplier effect where people yeah why is Chris Pratt wearing against in flag that is a symbol white supremacy. You're like really is it. The left is going along with this pretty much. At every turn to there is a symbol it is called the okay cases right here does not mean making a white supremacy symbol. This is the okay symbol in some context like steph curry. It is the three point symbol and it's amazing now. Watch media matters clip that freeze frame it and suggesting that I'm making a white power symbol because this is what they do why will because if you are looking under every nook and cranny of American life for racism and bigotry and white supremacy anywhere you can find it you will grab it. You'll blow it up and then you will suggest that it is indicative of America's deep underlying racism schism and so if you can't find enough real racism you just make fake racism and then when you do see an instance of what you perceived to be real racism. It's too late. You've cried wolf one million times this hey get to the poll results on trump's tweet. This is Z.. You guys problem. Trump's tweets are problem and separately your assessment of what racism is is completely fictionalized crap because even searching for it and all the wrong places and then lying about it when it isn't occurring and declaring the Chris Pratt is a fricken white supremacist on the basis. This is worrying Gadsden flag. There's something else that's going on here to think Ben Damage the federalist I believe was made this point. Whoever made it as a good point the point is that for the left the reason that they are so willing to go along with the obliterate? Who's Dan sorry it was <hes> Dan <hes> is names? He's from from National Review. I can't believe his name is is hill. Forgive me I can't believe his name is slipping my mind in any case the actual the point that he's making is that for the left for so many people people who are on the left they actually share the goal of obliterating America symbols because they believe that America is steeped in racism and bigotry and homophobia because they believe that America is deeply racist place in the constitution is is driven by racism and white supremacy they share a goal with these radical morons who are trying to Relabel the Gadston flag racist so they know the gas in flag isn't racist early. They suspect it's not but it's Dan McLaughlin sorry the the national of you got back instead they're trying to do is they. Share a common cause. The common cause is let's get. Let's get rid of these symbols altogether because America is deeply racists. We'll find places to place our interpretation of racism every place we can find it and into if we share the common cause of painting America's history as irredeemably racist then we'll even go along with your lies. We'll even go along with Betsy Ross's flag as representative of racism. There's Nike's routine. We'll even go along with that because it backs the overarching narrative that everything thing in American history was racist. You can literally pick a random object from the revolutionary war era and it becomes racist. You can pick up mural of George Washington that asks serious questions about American history in San Francisco and it must be obliterated because all of American racism is not controversial it is openly racist. All of its races you can find a cannon on the Cambridge Commons next to which George Washington assumed command of the Second Continental Army and you can it or the first continental army and you can declare the cannon racist because the cannon itself is a symbol of time in which slaves were held left goes along with this because it fits with their perspective on American history. It's ugly. It's stupid. It's divisive but it's not particularly shocking and the media to this with nearly everything now so to take a more more prominent example yesterday. The Washington Post ran a piece called the hard charging space program breakthroughs breakup and breakneck and they tweeted about it and they're suggestion in their tweet. Their suggestion in the tweet is that it was overwhelmingly white NASA whether this was this is what we should take away from the NASA space program not the the incredible achievements of humanity not the magic of NASA using what by comparative <unk> Abacus in order to send a man to the moon. You have more computing power in your iphone right now than all of NASA had when we sent a man to the moon I it's. It's not that that's not the story. The real story is that they lived in a society where racism was common one which is not a story because we all know that that's not the story of NASA. That's like saying the story of Babe Ruth is the story of racism. No Story Babe Ruth is a guy who had a lot of home runs also the story of M._l._b.. Included racism no doubt out at the time but that's not Babe Ruth's Babe Ruth when I talk about Babe Ruth Hitting Sixty home runs that is not an indicia an indicator of white supremacy. That's Babe Ruth had sixty home runs. It's different story to read racism into everything including the moon landing landing okay so what's what's the idea now we gotta take down the American flag on the Moon because the flag is racist. The Moon is racist and Nassar was racist. Everybody's racist so Karen Heller. has this dumb piece today talking about this back then in the sixties rocket scientists were the bad attitudes of innovation Asian. Just the title was about the highest BRAINIAC accolade that could be conferred as in he's smart but he's a rocket scientist as NASA worked relentlessly to fulfil John Kennedy's goal of landing a man on the moon by decades and it turned the nation's engineer. Many of them were fresh out of school running the gamut from mechanical electrical engineers because that's mostly what was taught and universities and almost exclusively to white men if the story of the moon landing was racism. I think that you're missing the story and you're doing it on purpose. I suspect that you're doing union on purpose. Tobacco separate narrative that it turns out has nothing to do with the moon landing. It's all about wiping out the glories of American history in favor of separate narrative. I was talking with a friend of mine on the left yesterday and she was saying why can't we believe that America is the greatest country in world history and is great and was great and also recognized that America's history shot through with racism and white supremacy and I said well we can certainly recognize both of those things but I have a feeling that a lot on the left are not willing to acknowledge the first or explain why they believe the first is true if they believe the seconds of the overarching same where you put the focus is the key if you look at the moon landing and your first take is not unbelievable. America is such incredible country that we put a man on the moon using old garbage technology and the ingenuity of the human mind and we did it because we are free and because we are creative. We defeated Evil Empire in doing it if your first instinct is <hes> but segregation was still thing then wasn't it and NASA was full white folks yet. We know that wasn't the actual story at this particular time you WanNa talk about segregation perfectly up for you. WanNa talk about the Eagles of Jim Crow perfectly up for you WanNa talk about America sucking in every aspect of American life being tinged by this and not up for it nearly as much already. We'll be back a little bit later today with two additional hours of content and see here tomorrow. I'm Ben Shapiro. This is Ben Shapiro show. The Ben Shapiro Show is produced by Robert Stirling directed by Mike Joyner Executive Producer Jeremy Boring senior producer Jonathan Hey.

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"You are listening to a free Berge of majority report with Sam cedar to support this show and get another fifteen minutes daily program. Good already dot S M, please. Jara? With Sam cdo? It is Monday, November twenty six two thousand eighteen my name is Sam cedar. This is the five time award winning majority report, we are broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravage Gwanda canal in the heartland of America. Downtown Brooklyn USA. On the program today. David, dan. On the progressives quest for congressional committee power. Power. Also on the program today. Thirteen agencies of the Trump administration releases a report saying that climate change is dire. The administration vows to do nothing about it. Meanwhile, the US border patrol tear gas is families. To keep us safe. Standoff intensifies between Russia and Ukraine. Yemen peace talks set for December. Whatevs? Meanwhile, Trump far outpaced Obama in his two year a drone a campaign. And tomorrow, Mississippi will. Possibly elect a unrequited racist to the Senate. Simultaneously, the Senate will confirm an unrequited racist to the federal judiciary. Data shows name while right wing violence. Rising in the United States. And coincidentally in a bid to rejoin to regain old friends. Gavin McInnes Quinn. It's quits the proud boys pretends to do it for the proud, boys. And what are the proud boys? They barely exist. Anyways. Hey, while how Trump protects Iranian enabled terrorism and a government shutdown looms as dams looked to protect the Muller investigation. Lastly Trump's recession watch GM announces fifteen thousand layoffs. All this and more on today's program, ladies and gentlemen. Yes. I hope you had a happy thanksgiving. We are all back in rested. Well, we're not all back. But we're almost where we're almost all back. Jamie is still stuck at the border. I think. I don't know the possible. This is nowhere near Tijuana. She not die. Don't know. Do. I do not know it's possible. But I trust everyone had good thanksgiving. Matt I heard that you got into an argument. No was I was more just holding forth and didn't really realize it until I was told about it. The next day that I was a bit loud Lee, talking about Disney and copyright in front of my friends. Parents right for they in any way associated with Disney or no, they they were sort of just innocent bystanders, but they seem to bit who you talking to about just everyone in the room. I love Matt's version of a drunken rant like when he's like at the holidays. He's he's sipped a little too much. And it's like a very genteel. It's like yo- really ideal weight is these just Lockheed creative culture. I mean, I probably am guilty. Like in lighten Steve Bannon. I love it. I. Probably guilty of similar type of moments. But I'm just curious as to how one gets there. I think it was because we're talking about mystery science theater three thousand which is the guy figured his name is, but he's very Joel year. I can't remember now. But he he said he we were talking about that. And then I mentioned his tweet about how Disney gave us copyright fascism. And Mickey Mouse isn't funny and just kind of use that as the lodge enough point good, and Michael did you have any sort of completely non sequitur style arguments with era? I think actually it was pretty mellow to be that was there was there's a lot of there's a fair amount of political agreement around the table to the fights that we have won't report on public. No. No, I see. Okay. And Brandon anything untoward happening your thanksgiving, very normal thanksgiving at the fin household. Gotta say all right. Well, god. Thank you for the meal. It's delicious. You're welcome son. How's the city going? Well. My sid really brings the gentile energy. My son has entered into a stage where he just says he hates me constantly now. Listen he's five early after. Well, he's he's he's just joking. However, when it sister who's thirteen constantly says it she's not she's serious. She genuinely hates me. He just thinks. It's funny to say that he hates me. And then I say all right saw enough. I I've had enough of the joke. I'm not feeling so great about this. And he goes can I keep calling you? But. And do you let them or do you cook out? Yeah. No, I say butts. Okay. I get that. That's a a term of endearment. He's like, okay. But. He's a funny kid. He actually has a sense of humor. If. He's funnier than gab mcginnis. But we'll get to that later. So meanwhile, while we were all enjoying our families there were families at the border several hundreds of people. I don't know what the percentage of families were some were families some were just children of parents or somewhere just parents of children, and they have traveled through Mexico. They were at the border attempting to cross and. Then of course, you needed to disperse them to protect this country. You understand these people some of them had rocks. Some of them may be trained in martial arts. We don't know. And so we need to protect ourselves. And of course, what did the border patrol do? Well, they fired high density pepper, spray and tear gas. According to the a p. There were some who I guess this. According for the AP US border agents fired tear gas on hundreds of migrants protesting a near the border with Mexico after some of them attempted to get through the fencing in wire, separating the two countries. American authorities shut down the nation's busiest border crossing from the city where thousands were waiting to apply for asylum. Mexican police had kept the the migrants from walking over bridge leading to the Mexican port of entry but migrants pushed past officers to walk across the Tijuana river below the bridge. Migrants walked along the river to an area where only earthen levee and Constantina wires separated them from US border patrol agents. And. An AP reporter saw US agent suit several rounds of tear gas after some migrants attempted to penetrate along several points along the border, and here is some guy on FOX and friends. This is Ron Cole burn. Colbourne is from the border patrol foundation. He's the president of the foundation that supports the border patrol. I'm not sure what they do the tax deductible organization. I would imagine. Everybody's gotta get gotta work, folks. And here he is going on FOX and friends to explain all we did with the little kids is put a little pepper in. There is there was a small hole they were able to puncture through the border wall. And they. Hurled all sorts of rocks at cetera at the border patrol agents. And then they fired tear gas is that warranted. Absolutely. And to clarify, the the type of deterrent being used is OSI pepper spray. It's literally water pepper with a small amount of alcohol evaporation purposes, it's natural. You could actually put it on your nachos. And eat it. So it's a good way of deterring people without long-term harm. Oh, so those Mexican and Honduran and a Guatemalan people could put it on their nachos. The should be saying Gracieuse. Yes. Grassi us. That's what I say grass. You unbelievable. Couldn't couldn't miss the opportunity couldn't miss out conscious. Interject something briefly here. It just occurred to me. I know we don't really debate the use of the we're fascism on this show this show that much, but we're all I think we're all basically on the same page, but it's like a manufactured fake crisis. Which is the caravan. And then the actual barbarism. Of this is I mean, you're starting to get extremely textbook now very textbook very textbook. Here's some photos of some of those lucky migrants who are able to get some of that pepper spray. And I guess theoretically put it on their their nachos. As you can see the kids are in diapers. And that's the most dangerous type of child. I can tell you that. And there's the mom wearing the frozen t shirt, which is also obviously incredibly dangerous to the American people. And I think actually in the background, I think. Yeah. There you go. You can actually see a stroller back there across the the the ravine their crisis child actors. Yes. Of course. And thank God. We're being protected from these folks, listen, we don't need more children running around in strollers. I can tell you that coming from stroller. Central in Brooklyn. I'm very very glad that we are firing a pepper spray at at parents in their children. So that they can't make their way up here in endanger, all of us advocated that in front of Hugh q train stops. Oh, yes. Absolutely. And in fact, here's a Thomas Homan. He is the former acting director of the US, immigration and customs enforcement. And I think he's now the still the. Executive director now of of ice he stepped down. But there's speculation that he will take over for Nielsen when she's oftener. So of course, he's going back on Fox News Streep. Yes. And here he is saying that that these asylum seekers, this is all just a game for these people are is there is there's heartache when you see those pictures pictures. There's the rule of law. The president continues to hammer down on how do you address laws? Incidentally, the rule of law would also have. Jared Kushner and others in prison right now for their disclosure forms the rule of law not so not so rigid when you get to that point. Yeah. Going back to our discussion on fascism wouldn't rule of law is invoked maybe start to wonder does this look like fascism opportunities to opportunistically using the law. I mean, it's a shame that those people had to have children to make it so dramatic when they were getting pepper spray, your real well, first of all I've said many times, I certainly feel bad for the plight of these people, but they're not a silent that they're not true asylum-seekers. They don't qualify under existing law to claim asylum. Could they want to come here? You're seeing them. Funny thing about existing law. And you know, you keep bringing up fascism. I'm not gonna say what country it was. And when but what they managed to do was all legal because they changed the laws to make it legal to oppress certain minorities in their country. Now, you'll recall that Jeff Sessions changed so much law the regulations, I guess you could call it, but more or less the same. On what constituted a legitimate ask for asylum? We simply changed it. We simply basically banned all the reasons why you could seek asylum. If you were coming from Central America. Domestic abuse gang violence. The fact that your country was almost non-functioning in terms of dealing with crime and violence that your child or your husband was murdered by gang, and you are under threat, and there was no recourse in your own country. We just simply said, it's no longer a legit reason for asylum. But let's listen to the game. That's being played island for they want to come here. You're seeing them they're carrying size. I want a job doesn't qualify for silence. I certainly understand the play these people I can certainly understand them wanting to be a part of this country, but there's a legal way to do it. And they're not in the not found the legal process. They're used laws. They are using the exact legal process, which is you go up to the border. You say I am seeking asylum. And then we have a legal process to determine whether or not your claim warrants asylum. That is the only legal process to get asylum for these people. Are they all have legitimate claims? Statistically. No. But we don't know which ones do, and that's why you have a legal process. That is edified in US law to make that determination. Theoretically, this guy knows it or using the sign of system, which which harms real true silence seekers. I really are escaping persecution. But on your first point about the women and children escaping tear. Guys. We gotta look at the facts here, a minority of this of this caravan of small minorities, actually, family members, women and children, most of them are males. But the media some media out there are guidance shots of the women children to try to heartstrings of America. And and and even the caravan himself that people that are coordinated we've they'll put the women and children up front to make. It seem like this is five thousand women children. What is not there? They're playing the game. So I'm the media outlets are playing the game. This is a this is a vast majority of a male seeking employment in United States, not women and children. Now, of course, males don't have families. We know this right. They're not family members. They're just males. They're just mails looking for work looking looking for for probably very very fancy and exotic jobs, I've actually suggest that it's some pretty anti mil- chauvinism. 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Blue apron a better way to cook. All right quick break. When we come back, David, Dan. Don't actually. We are back Sam cedar on the majority report on the phone. It is always a pleasure to welcome back to this program a reporter for while he reports for the intercept he writes for every major magazine that you've ever written. I mean read I would say also author of chain of title, perhaps the say these seminal, but one of the seminal books on the two thousand eight financial crisis that started with housing, and my understanding is he's writing another book. I can't remember off the top of my head would it's about put David day and welcome back to the program. Hey, thank you. I hope you're thanksgiving was good. It was just fine. Okay. All right. I'm glad to hear that. Always. Oh, you don't even want me to go into. Okay. No. It was good. It was good. Mine was fine. But so I'm glad we got that over with that was that could have been uncomfortable. David. Let's get into this. I read. Read it. I read this piece last week. I wanted you on last week. And I was like I don't want it to get buried and thanksgiving. You wrote this piece in the intercept I find it fascinating. Because so much of politics is reduced to who we going to elect to office, and there are two other major elements one from the perspective of citizens. We should be doing activism to to to get our elected representatives to do what we want them to do. In addition to building communities etcetera, etcetera, the other is what are these electives doing on the inside? Because so much of what happens in our government, and it makes sense right that it's going to be complicated and somewhat opaque from your average of you're reader listener because we have a huge country. And it is you know, it's like riding a. A bull in some respects. So you wrote about one of one of the one of the power plays by the congressional progressive caucus in the run-up to the leadership challenge Nancy Pelosi, which is still ongoing. But all right. Tell us just set the table force. How big is the congressional progressive caucus before the election after the election? Before the election. I believe they're seventy seven members of the progressive caucus and actually picked up to shortly after the election the numbers who decided join after the election. I mean, this this is kind of an interesting question because I think the membership is going to be more based I it's gonna mean something a little more in this incoming congress than it may have in past congresses. I mean, you literally have a handful members who are members of the progressive caucus and the New Democrats who which are the centrists sort of libel to the progressive caucus. So the progressive caucus in the last decade has been sort of more a badge you can wear. It's hey, I'm progressive. I'm a member of the progressive caucus don't bother me. Now, it's going to mean, something a little more. Directly. I feel in my discussions with you know, people in the know about this. I it's it's it's going to mean that that your votes are going to have to be a certain way, it's going to mean that you're you're you're going to have to, you know, provide a little more support for certain physicians. So they think when that all shakes out, even though there about twenty incoming numbers that are likely to join they're probably going to be some drop-offs from members who wanted sort of say that progressive, but don't really be voting in a manner consistent with the progressive caucus. So that rob what's the mechanism? So what's that mecca? So so Mark PO can. Ryan Pramilla J Paul J, Paul others in the leadership of the mechanism for enforcing that. I mean, I think it's the same as the mechanism for forcing sort of the freedom caucus. You know? I mean, you you've haute our way or we don't support you in your lecture, you know, and and considering that A progressive caucus member Mike Kappa. Lonzo lost his election to an incoming member. A on a Presley, and and others seemingly would be on the radar in in this next congress. I think that's a somewhat printable threats. So you know, there's there's going to be a bit of a shake-up but bottom line is about forty percent of the caucus progressive. Cox forty percent of House Democrats are going to be in the progressive caucus in the new congressional. Okay. So forty percent. That's a pretty big if they are voting number. It's a big number, and it's an it's an important number if they're voting as a bloc, right? I mean, if they're if they are in presumably, right? They're coming up with at least, maybe they don't write it down or maybe they do, but with basically scoring mechanism these votes that you need we need you to take these votes. If you don't take these votes, we give you a seem Linus or a D or an F. And if we give you a debt enough, we're going to be out there or even a D we're going to be out there. And we're going to be supporting a progressive challenge to challenger to you in your district. And so that. That makes a big difference. If you're voting like a block, right? It doesn't matter. I mean, your size is is less relative freedom caucus, my son's thirty people. Yeah. I mean, we're talking we're talking about a third of what the progressive caucus likely to look like. And now it's not going to be quite as cozy as the freedom caucus. I think that's pretty clear, but even if it's minimally cohesive giving the margins in democratic in in the house next year. You don't need that many to to swing votes. Right. Okay. So progressive caucus is is a new, and so what did they what was their first sort of like, I don't know if it was their first, but it feels like it was their first real exercise of this. I don't want to say thority, but this power. Yeah. This was a definite power. So, you know, we have this leadership sort of battle with Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi needs not only majority of Democrats in the house to vote for this week to be their nominee for speaker. But on the floor because of the way it's structured she needs. A majority of all members in order to get the speaker, which means she needs virtually every democrat to vote for her on the floor in order to to become speaker. And that gives members some power to dictate terms and the progressive caucus new this sought this had a meeting with Pelosi where they said, hey, look, we're forty percent of this caucus. However, we don't get forty percent of the seats, particularly on key committees. And four for them are domestic and then one of them is separate more talk about them separately, but the four domestic policy committee through which all domestic legislation runs. We're talking about the appropriations committee which sets the funding and appropriate money. We're talking about the ways and means committee, which is mainly tax policy and trade we're talking about the energy and commerce committee where healthcare legislation and climate legislation would go through and we're talking about this financial services committee, which is financial regulation and housing policy in all sorts of other things so those four committees and then separately the intelligence committee, which only has one progressive caucus member out of its nine. The other four are all under that forty percent marker. And and and the progressive caucus said we want forty percent representation we want proportional representation. On all of these committees. And Pelosi said, yes, you can get that we will restructure so that you get that committee proportional representation, and that's a very big deal. Because the these are the places where this legislation will initiate when you're thinking about almost everything that progresses are moving to one. Whether it's legislation on prescription drugs legislation on single payer health care Medicare by and legislation on a green new deal. I mean, you name it. It's all going to go through these committees. So you don't have the people you're not gonna get your stuff for. All right. Explain it just explained that that that dynamic is. I'm not sure that folks understand. I mean. More or less, people know, you know, you have a Bill, and then it becomes a law, and then it gets to do a little schoolhouse rock here. You don't have to. So, but the committee structure is very important in that there are committees of jurisdiction. I mean look much of congress turf wars. Right. I if if you have a legislation on healthcare that the Kennedy in the house, they're actually to the energy and commerce and the ways and means committee. They're gonna say, well, we're taking that Bill. We get that Bill, and we decide whether to market up we decide what what to do with this Bill. Anybody can can introduce a Bill, but it goes into one of those committees. And if it has to do with taxes, there's any kind of financing ways, and means it's gonna look at it. If it has to do with with all sorts of of of. Issues whether it's healthcare climate, or whatever energy and commerce is gonna look at it. And and and they that's where the baseline Bill begins. I mean, you know, things can be done on the floor of the house, although we don't see that very much anymore, but the committee's really control the legislation and where they begin is critical to where they at and where they began is in those communities, and this is where the bills get formed. I mean, we have a try. That's right. You can you can introduce a Bill, but, but it goes through essentially, you know, a sausage factory as it were. The factory is and there aren't enough progresses in those factory. And so this was the power plant to get a quiet, you know, the proportional now of progressive caucus members in those committees doing the work to shake that legislation. We this is we learn from history here in after two thousand eight when we had the Dodd Frank legislation turned out that a lot of these freshman and sophomore congressman who won in two thousand six in two thousand eight who were blue dogs and New Democrats, they flocked to the financial services committee, and they got to shape that legislation which was actually far worse in the house than it ended up being in the Senate, which is the opposite of what you would think because the Senate is, you know, people who senators. Come from states supposed to be moderate. Actually, they were better on that deal. Because the committee was stacked with new dams and blue dogs who go there because it's a source of stuns lobbyists control are interested. Let's say in in all of these money committees, and they will spend money to influence them. And and it was commonplace for Democrats put these new dams. They call the frontline members members who need to raise a lot of money to retain their seats on these committees for access to those lobbyists donations. So that we we know that that affected dodd-frank me know that made dot Frank worse and progressive didn't wanna see that happen again. So this is not just for now. Right. Because you get seniority you. The move up through the committees. The though the more longer pin on one the more opportunity you have to influence legislation. This is not just for now. This is for far into the future. When we have a democratic president and a Democratic Congress to have progressive in these positions will change the face of the legislation that ultimately comes out and people should understand this dynamic works. I mean that that the idea that these new dimmed types right would flock to these committees that control the money and then money interests will bankroll their their reelection campaigns and presumably in some instances spend against any opponents and whatnot. There's also a flipside to this in that like these committees are not that sexy from a progressive standpoint in a track to say money because you know, the the the the whole point is that Wells Fargo is not going to see let's just use her as an example AO see on the financial services committing like, oh, this is going to be we're going to shower her with cash, right? Not not gonna happen. Meanwhile, you know, I guess I don't know the Greenpeace. I don't know how big their lobby is there something, but the Greenpeace, you know, to the extent that they can get their members to vote for somebody is not gonna vote for somebody who's on the financial services. They're going to do it for somebody who's presumably on a climate change committee. Right. Like, the new one that the AFC is trying to set up the money, quote on this is something that Alex Lawson who's been working on this project. He's the guy was social security works, but he's been working sort of in a sort of freelance capacity on this committee assignment situation. Here's what he said to me said. Progressives come into congress wanting to change the world and New Democrats come into congress wanting to be on the ways and means committee, like they're very targeted in what they they. They know they can do to really influence what gets done in Washington and progresses. Come in. A lot of them were civil rights, lawyers or or are working law firms. They flocked to the judiciary judiciary committee has seventy five percent of its democratic membership are members of the progressive caucus. It's almost like everybody hangs with their people. It's easier to get things done on the judiciary committee. If all of the members are practically all of them, are progressives. It's easier to get things done on the other committees. If majority of the members are new depths, and so they almost it's almost like the jets and the sharks they keep to themselves. And from grasses have not really told that story of the importance of these committees. Maybe until now and the problem that they're running into two fault. So the first problem is what you just described. It's it's just not sexy to talk about driven his regulation or or or overnight repo agreements, it it's not what progressive members of congress sort of spiel that they came into congress to do necessarily. And so it's hard to get new members excited about being on these committees. And so the only other reserve there are existing numbers and getting into shift committee so that you can get to this forty percent level and that becomes hard because of the seniority factor. So if you spent ten years on the transportation structure to Nettie, and you're you're seeing this incoming congress. And the sort of remote possibility of an infrastructure Bill coming in. Why would you wanna switch off that committee to start over essentially on the ways and means committee where you don't have seniority, and you don't have as much ability to affect the ultimate outcome as you would as a somewhat senior member on a different committee. So you get into that. And then the other sort of you know, political factors regional diversity plays a role in this. They don't want multiple members from the same state or the same region on one committee. You need sort of sponsor within the committee. If you wanna switch or join it to sort of be your guide to make sure you can get onto it and and get past the chairman or chairwoman. Let's talk about that for one second. The the sponsor. What is I mean, just tease that out for us because it seems to me? That you've got a problem if if there is a well, I mean, presumably, right? There's a member of the progressive caucus on all of these committee who theoretically be the sponsor what correct. Okay. So so what? In what the question is what influence they have. You know, what is their relationship with the chair of that committee? How does this all end up working out? It's like it's like a tetris situation to to to slot all these people in the right place, like a giant seating chart for your wedding, tons of people can't sit next to each other. So so how do you do it? And and and how grasses are those existing members going to be in helping get new members on now, we know that the New Democrats do this as a matter of routine, we we learned in the course of our reporting that that Josh got Heimer has a second term Democrats centrist member of the problem solvers caucus and was gonna out there. A chair of it actually that that God Heimer is being that sponsor, he's he's he's actually going out and recruiting people to be on the financial services committee financial services sector did yeoman work in spending money to get him elected in twenty sixteen deeds. Scott Garrett out in New Jersey who is pretty right wing guy. But in God timers voted pretty reliably with the financial services sector throughout his first term and going into a second term. He's trying to get more people who think why came onto the committee. So you have in addition to what the progressive cock is trying to the New Democrats are doing what they always do which is try to maximize their power on these money committees to really influence the inside of of legislation. And so how is it going? I mean, they they first of all who cut the deal with Pelosi. I mean poke can and John Paul had had the meeting where they agreed to increase the membership of the progressive caucus on these committees. But it's almost like, you know, once they say that they have a handshake deal. You gotta bring the horses. Now, you gotta you gotta close that deal. You have to find the members willing to switch or find the new members willing to go on these committees and submit them to leadership has a whole process by which committee assignments get told how it's the steering and policy committee, which it really is just the speaker. I mean, I mean Pelosi is the chair of the steering policy committee. And when you're talking about the intelligence committee Pelosi actually, doesn't even go through that she. He appoints members herself. So I it's really about bringing that package over to the leadership and saying this is this is who we have willing to do it. And it's it's kind of mixed right there. There's a lot of hamming in high. It's very fluid. I've heard stories of of peop- members saying that they would switch and then changing their minds within a twenty four hour period. It's it's extremely fluid and difficult because it's just not historically what the progressive caucus has been focused on certainly not what progressives on the outside have been focused on committee. Assignments is not something that is has historically been a rallying cry from from from progressive nationwide. And it's a difficult thing is an inside kind of deal. It's hard to influence, but you know, I was hoping to at least shed some more. Light on the process and show that you know, I it's not enough just to get elected. There has to be a willingness to govern on the part of of liberals and progress in congress, and this is right at the heart of that. There has to be I guess on some measure some level of of sacrifice of you know. Yeah. I just remember in in college. I had a government professor. And he he I I don't know if I should say too much because he was always worried about, but it was years and years ago, he. Sort of I think conservative leaning he as a as a young man he had served as an attorney for a as part of the peace corps for I cannot. Remember what country it was, but somewhere perhaps in in Indonesia, and he stopped the US government from doing ten weapons testing in or around this this country. And he you know, I was talking to him about where I was thinking about going loss school, and I was saying something like Antioch or something. Like that at the time. He goes, look, you know, you can go to school like that. But the bottom line is if you're gonna go in and actually help the clients that you wanna help you've got to learn the less sexy things and go in and actually, you know, play the game as it is. So that you can win it for, you know, have the causes. And that's basically what this dynamic is. Go in do the less sexy stuff on these committees. Where it's also gonna make your job a little bit harder to raise money. Theoretically. You're not gonna go to the town to the, you know, nobody goes down and says, I'm on the financial services committee, or I'm on the energy and commerce committee vote for me. I'll impact wheel change voters. Just don't necessarily know about this don't an act it. They don't connected, but we've been here before in our history. Like, so do you. Remember the book the liberal, our which talked about policy making in the Kennedy and Johnson heirs one of huge sticking points was the rules committee. So the rules committee which sets the terms for debate, and what gets onto the floor and how it gets administered was run at that time by six Dacian. So there was like no way to get civil rights legislation through and also it was very difficult to get social policy. Legislation through because of the fears that if you pass Medicare than African Americans might actually get better healthcare too. So I mean, it was it was a serious problem. And what they eventually did is they expanded the number of people on the rules committee through rulemaking and that allowed that segregations ran the community outvoted routinely. So that was the key that unwalked all kinds of great society legislation in the nineteen sixties. And so here we are again where progresses at the figure out a way to get influence in Washington. And it means being as you said taking that sacrifice which it really is Felli if you're an existing member how to be on one of these Canadians. Yeah, how do 'cause you're basically giving up all your seniority? I mean, everything that is that's that's a that's a big currency in in congress, huge and not just in terms of self esteem. But literally, you know, you get on a committee because you think you're going to deliver for your district and you build that's in yards. So you can continue to deliver material benefits for your district when you can't do that anymore becomes somewhat problematic. I mean on some level there is a quality of in democratic politics where we're seeing a more nationalization on some level, right? Like like things like write a care for all all the Democrats, not all a huge percentage of the Democrats. Maybe fifty some odd percent. Maybe more ran on that that weren't proposal which is pretty unique as far as I can recall, at least in modern times, the Democrats running, you know, maybe it was against the war in two thousand six you know, but this is for in terms of policy. It's. Rare to see you know, the sort of organic nationalization of of particularly in midterms. All right. So, and it's it's difficult to think about I mean, it's difficult to to really project because you can even go more into the weeds here and talk about sub community so Rokon a- and Bernie Sanders last week put out this legislation that would force compulsory licensing per prescription drugs. If the price point in the United States is larger than a basket of price prices for prescription drugs around the around the world in five different industrialized countries. So that's great, but the ten of the subcommittee on health could very well be this woman and s you who's based in Silicon Valley area who isn't a valve supporter of the pharmacy. Physical environments go industries. She would never let that legislation come before subcommittee. Oh, you just would not happen. So it's one thing to write a Bill, but it's quite another to make sure that Bill has a chance at becoming law, and and it's hard to sort of get your head around that stuff. But that's the way if you're thinking towards the future, and you're thinking about actually getting, you know, action accomplish, that's the way you have to start start to think about congress. So how is like poke in in? J paul. How are they? How were they like how trying to executing this? I mean, it sort of is there some level about one on one talks with members both from the progressive caucus leadership themselves and also from outside groups, we're talking about progressive labor groups various advocates whether it's in healthcare or financial services, or or what have you talking to members saying, we know this is active as we know this is hard. We will have your back. We will an and also just sort of talking to people on these committees and trying to get them involved and making it sort of bigger ass saying, you know, if if we want if you're legislation on drug prices can be tasked then you're going to need. People willing to vote for it. So you're going to have to do your job to get people onto this committee. So it it's it's very complex. It's very fragile. But it it's just it's it's all relationships and communication point to try to get people to do what we do. Like. I mean, we get people who hear this story ministry me. How do we influence this? I mean, I guess the only thing that comes to mind right now, maybe just my own lack of imagination is, you know, act blue, you know, friends like, you know, not unlike the Susan Collins one right like that are not marked to air money for you. If you go onto the ways means, here's the ways and means committee fund, anybody goes on ways, eight means committee jumps will get a portion of this fund. Here's the one for financial services. I mean is that why I don't know that. Those discussions are being had. But, but I you know, you can certainly do that yourself with your giant audience here. But I think the wet one way to for the outside to affect this. You know, it's very hard. It really isn't inside deal is just by publicizing. So the the fact that it's out there now that progressives are having, you know, these these difficulties mustering, the forty percents that gives a little more leverage to the caucus leadership to say, look, we can make this deal with Pelosi, and then not deliver that would that would be the end of us. It creates a lot more pressure around. It's no that that. Yes. This is what's going on? And yes, there is some difficulty. And I would say if you're listening, and you have. A lawmaker who represents you that isn't member of the progressive caucus go check out what committees they're on. And if. If they're not on the committees that I've just described the money committees ways, and means appropriations energy and commerce financial services. Give them a call and say, I I would I would really like it. If you got on these committees that are at the core of of progressive policy over not just the next congress, but congress calm and the same thing for incoming members who probably haven't named the committee yet. But if you voted for someone who you think is is our who ran on saying they're going to be a member of congress. They were going to be a progressive legislator. You know, call them and say, what committee are you going? Here's what I here's what I want out of that. So there's there's some room for the outside. I will say this that if every office that you just talked about in that universe. Got ten phone calls about. The committee assignments that would that would represent such an incredible increase in would be ten more than they've ever gotten before. Honestly, the way the algorithms work there. The, you know, ten phone calls is represents an enormous number of their constituent percentage of their constituent live. And and yeah, I think that that you know, I haven't seen a coordinated campaign around that. But you know, from it, I'm coordinated perspective that that's should definitely be part of this that there should be a lot of pressure on these lawmakers to to to make sure that the caucus the House Democrats are represented on these important committees in a way commensurate with the beliefs of the caucus. All right. Let me just lay this out one more time. And I got one more question ask you about the problem solvers caucus, but so people should understand you're in a district. You look, and you see what your congress person is serving on their not on one of these committees. All you need to do is literally tell four. Friends. I want you to call this number over the next three days and say, I want you to get on one of these committees. It's really important. So that you can fulfill the deal you're going to have a material impact in a way that it's so outsized because of this. So people have something to do here. And you can do it. You'll be super easy in your return on investment could possibly be huge. All right because you it, and I would say needed to it really quick as this thing is going to be wrapped up by the end of the lame duck session few weeks. All right, folks. Get on that do it if you do it. All right. So let me just ask. You you mentioned the problem solvers, the problem solvers are a so-called bipartisan committee. I mean caucus. Yeah. Of I don't know twenty members thirty members like they are basically kicked the can pay down the debt. What are those guys called? I can't remember now Peterson wha-. Yeah. What's the no labels and? Labels notables air funding. Find no labels since they have a label. It's problem solvers. But that's okay. There's not really able and so these problem solvers they basically went to Nancy Pelosi. You will not get our votes. Again, the threshold. I think Nancy Pelosi can afford to have about fifteen people in the house, maybe sixteen. I don't know the exact numbers not vote for her Democrats before she has to rely on Republican votes to become speaker of the house, and then things get a little bit complicated. These problem solvers are trying to leverage it just like the progressive caucus did for these committee seats, they have asked for essentially rules changes. That are extremely weedy. It seems to me about how laws get made who has an opportunity to Mark them up in in what processes broadly speaking. What is the gist of this? Read those in. I just don't have the expertise to say, hey this. I can see what they're doing here. I haven't followed a totally closely because this kind of developed over the holiday and really available. How my I know. But my understanding is that the big ass that they're making is that anything that has some sort of bipartisan agreements any any amendments needs to get a vote on the floor as part of of legislation. Now, I don't know if that amendment has to beat your main to the legislation as you know, is it if there's some bipartisan deficit reduction thing can be does it have to go into a park. Spill I I don't know. But it there's a mechanism by which amendments bipartisan amendments in particular would get votes on the floor of congress, really subverting. Committee process, by the way, going around that and and and and moving forward. So, you know, this is something that you could obviously see as as not not the fitting the will of the majority of the caucus. Sometimes I it's it's it's kind of puzzling. Where this this? You know, what what it would ultimately mean? But it's a way to get, you know, conservative democratic or or moderate or whatever you wanna call it priorities at the forefront of legislation in in in the next term whether or not it has support from the entire caucus. Now. You know, I could see both sides having a problem with this democratic leadership and Republican leadership Republican. Leadership doesn't necessarily want. These these kind of ideas that that don't have full support within their own caucus getting getting these votes. It it's it's, you know, they're they're ideologically rigid as anybody. So you know, I can see a lot of people have a problem with this and Pelosi is yeah, she's in a tough spot. She as you said needs pretty much everybody on the democratic side, so support her, and so she's gotta make these deals now. She's been pretty skillful. I would say, and you know, as a last resort, which he could do with this problem solvers caucus to say. All right. Go ahead. You're gonna vote against me. You really wanna do that? You're going to risk a primary in your district because you didn't support the Democrats are speaker, and you set up a process whereby Republican is the speaker of the house after Democrats won the majority. You really wanna do that? Go ahead. We've already seen the letter that was signed by sixteen members saying they wouldn't support Pelosi on the floor. We've already seen that, you know, two people Brian Higgins, and Stephen Lynch already sort of waiver and say, yeah, probably support it on the floor. You know there. There could be bluff called if there's not a way to resolve the situation. Generally, speaking, democrat or any kind of leadership in the house doesn't want a situation where amendments that are sort of beyond their control and getting votes. You know, there's a lot to be said for an open process and let the sort of wheel of the majority work its way, but typically leadership thinks about the next election and thinks about the hard votes that that their members have to take. So, you know, we'll see what happens, but. I think Pelosi played this generally pretty well most people know, she's going to be speaker. And I don't I don't know that this is a credible threat. I guess we'll see David day in fascinating stuff. People can read about what we've talked about in your piece at the intercept from the twenty-first, we will put a link to it at minority. Got feminine our podcast YouTube descriptions, all that David, Dan. Always a pleasure. Sounds good. Thank you. All right. What's your new book? When's that coming up? Oh, so well, I don't know exactly date when it's coming out. But we are I am going to do something on -opoly and the impact of corporate concentration on everyday life and everyday people. So a lot of books have come out recently. On. House books man, a lot of come out about sort of be aggregates statistics, and and antitrust policy and things this is going to be more book about how people are affected on a daily basis. So looking forward to it David, Dan, always applies yet. Thanks. Like. David Dan out preorder that book right now. But I don't think it's even salable preorder. If you start writing. If he hasn't started writing it yet couple of weeks he'll be done with hit the way machines machine. It's unbelievable. I I've never I don't I still don't understand it. I've known him for I've known him for it for twenty five years. I guess, but I've known him as a reporter for fifteen. I still have no idea. I still think there's something going on. If somebody came to me at brilliant group of policy analysts. He's a deep in deep cover. You know, like, oh, yeah. Exactly. Now, he doesn't do any of this stuff. There's a whole team of people who do it. They write it for them. TV gain isn't a person. It's a concept. Right. And it was revealed or some type of like experiment is all Donald image photo. There's like three different people. We whenever we have David Dana. We don't know which one it is. But they all do that voice ends. Yeah. In the horror movie, you you're in some labyrinth. And she's like, hey Sam just at a new peace twenty of maybe he's cloned. I don't know. It's very strange Amazon's exploiting a loophole. That was signed during the Clinton he as a little bit was a little bit. There was a little bit of a hint during when I asked him how thanksgiving was sort of answered as if someone who really didn't exist would answer. Right. You answered it like someone who had thanksgiving with a bunch of identical. Davide exactly all my clones got along. It was very reinforcing. Sam folks this program exists because of your support you can become a member today by going to join the majority report dot com, but more importantly than joining the majority report today is. Look up. You got basically three steps. I one I guess is get on your computer. Second one is look up. What committees your congressperson is on? Second and a half step is to see if they are on the energy and commerce committee the ways and means committee, the financial services committee. Or the appropriations committee if they're not on one of those four committees. Call them. I guess five steps call them tell them you want them to be on one of those committees. They can choose be part of the deal that the progressive caucus has pushed obviously they got to be member of the progressive caucus. And then once you've done that. Right. It up in an Email those four steps, I guess, maybe we should be a little more clear when it, but and then send it to for your friends have them do the exact same thing. Although they won't have to look anything up. They could just call and say I want you to be on one of these committees. And believe me, you this will have a material impact such a small thing. And you could actually make this happen because they get no calls like this. And the idea of four people or ten people or five people calling because they've read this article, let's say or heard it on the majority report, and they're now keyed into it. This is what moves them. This is the algorithm. I mean, I even. You know in calling today as opposed to emailing. Has even more weight. I was an intern in nineteen Eighty-six on the ways and means committee Brian Donnelly sat on that committee when they were doing the and. Like for every letter, you would get or call. 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09/25/19: How to prevent an alien attack, and why you shouldnt take LSD at Disney

"Yeah it's time for another episode of news boost with your hosts. I'm Ben the Cup of whatever it is you drink. Get come because we're about to take you know I then I have been up to. I was GONNA ask you. What have you been up to. No I was going to ask you. What are you going to go on and on and on I think deal then. What have you been up to tell me more. Tell me more bump in my might great as our good has been V well. You just like bumping. Mike's then those guys do bump our mics with each other. Yes we bombards like a dude thing as locker room talk. I just beyond that not a whole lot. Just you know where you know. uh-huh eaten yeah. Lebron's Guei debate work yeah what about you well I have not. I have been struggling with anxiety. We uh-huh I have gone into full organization mode. Oh I see yeah so now. Budget is pretty again. Oh that's nice. I've started at my dental and that's pretty great at tech a few things off today. Did you know what a bullet journal as you giving me. A face tells me I'm assuming that it's you allocating what your bullets are. GonNa go to now yeah burglar. It's a different way of planning today also have been obsessed with an audio drama podcasts Magnus Archives who good it's spooky lewke first couple of episodes. They were really boring house. I just didn't Caz random stories that aren't that Spooky Banal. It started to pick up a bit of an overarching storyline in. That's getting exciting exciting that I be at all intimidated that you're listening to another podcast. Yes is it better than me. You like it more. Definitely they like you more. Is that what you're listening to. When you go to bed I thought about it but yeah other than that eating sleeping working repeat though headlines Yeah. Do you have any. I've got headlines Today. Let's Big Day. I wanted to start with some of the biggest news. ACA Stan had an earthquake killed dozens. That's pretty sad news out an earthquake did they did not kill dozens. That's good. Did they have an earthquake. At the same. Time was the one in Pakistan so strong. It also got to California. Okay okay that would be. I think seismically impossible okay. I'm not really sure where Pakistan is in relation to. La California kind of my world geography isn't great. We should move on. Let's just almost the opposite side cool Hong Kong. Okay Yep still protesting Yup Yup in bad news. The News in Hong Kong right now is that journalists are getting prosecuted. Oh what a ring the protests with covering the protest in never happen. I mean isn't that the whole of the protesters freedom so I mean you think anti-freedom is right now surprising Hong Kong Yep so who's prosecuting prosecuting the reporters. Is it the government impressive Hong Kong government. Yeah that's what I assumed and then I had to clarify good to know yeah yeah checking in and and you know as with all other headlines only casually really paid much attention. I did just check in to make sure Hong Kong still protesting. I could cover headlines and you know. Hong on Congress custom made up yet protesting protesting while brexit still on now well yet still some UK drama. Oh yes Nicole gave the giant middle finger to Barra sleet what and it was about time wounded Ivan yesterday. It was awesome. That woman had an incredible broach as well. It was like incredible upon incredible see that spider thing. It was glistening like nearly blind you how spot that was tell me more I want to do you want the spider broach. That was her head down. That was it alive. It could have been almost as big as a head. It was quite sizable. That sounds really great. I don't want it to be clear. Don't get me that I don't want to broaches and I wouldn't that one in the UK news you can use yes or slide YEP YEP and they've already started calling for his resignation uh-huh Yup and at the moment he's like no thank you prediction next episode still calling for his resignation still no thanks yep still no thanks. The British incredible hulk is just not stepping up but the good background is that right Yup and then they'll bite about no deal brexit Yup and no deal no deal yet. They'll sell. UK and I think that was it for headlines. Nothing else happened nothing. At all. Nothing of America's just pretty much standard same mm Dale he'd been on keep it on change. Yup Yeah actually now that you mention it. I do recall something happened in America. Oh Yeah is all trump's twitter feed. Oh yeah did he. The witch hunt is still going. It is what it is yep some regional news which on some wondering is this presidential harassment is oh. It's that impeachment thing yeah. Oh yeah so that again Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi though she's the speaker of the house okay okay so she she would be in line runs house. Ron Sells whose house runs house run DMC. Oh come on you say who's sows icee runs out having this is straight up in my hand. Is this a reference reference top culture to run DMC Z. Cam Say Okay you remember the other night. I was trying to culture the kids so I turned on music videos from the eighties nine nine made them watch aerosmith them and they freaked out about it and I made them watch aerosmith with a rap group YEP run. DMZ Okay whose house US runs house. Why did he have the runs. He had his own show. It was like a day in the life of run DMC and the beginning was whose house runs out Nancy. ANC Pelosi of the run's house she's at runs his third in line yeah. This is the best conversation I've had all day. They did oh so third in line for the presidency. Okay started an inquiry of impeachment okay and that means if they find reasonable cause to impeach the president did he break the rules. Yep then they vote on it in the house and he's impeached okay and then once he's paged and then the Senate have a trial. Yep If he is convicted in the trial then maybe he moves to runs house. Does he go to jail or is losing the presidency like like brutal enough. Losing the presidency would be brutal enough. The incoming president would pardon him if trump goes. Is that mean. It's pence is that worse. The Democrats seem to think so I think at the moment they're starting to wonder yeah and it would be a year of pence. and I think for the Republicans what they need to be asking themselves right now is do I have as much favor with pence as I do trump and if I have more so than maybe the flip I mean we're in our survivor scenario. We are they. GonNa flip or are they going to keep with alliances who knows but if we could just Palese whatever we do have this trial with a Tiki torch and that that'd be amazing. What did they say okay. Kobe tribal spoken as the only I remember that entire show is like a Lotta people looking really grabbing bobby and giving each other the evil eye some went into the forest ones van like scroll and then they will get the ones that happened one once so oh you know my one experience someone found scroll. They all kind of gathered outside hot that was taught whence they all spoke before in ganged up on each other. I was kind of mean Maine. We'll just go out and admit that seemed really mean. I absolutely loved survivor. I watched it in a very long time because I have a life but there was a point that I watched watched every episode for everything and was putting in. My videos wanted to be on survivor. Pick me pick me but I'm over that kind of fandom to it. still still such a great show and what you just said was just from a survivor fan perspective so offensive offensive about it. I was summing up the show. Make Grubby Robbie mean to each other like every episode the way they reacted to it was like it was big deal community yeah. It's a scroll in the woods. Munani tried to hide it and then someone else founded narrow grubby and dreaded angry and the strategic really is just like the whole social game was just unfold tilt and you're basically not in any way appreciating it. It was just really horrible. It's like why I struggled with. Rupel's drag race is they're all just so mean to each other. Okay I can get on board and that's really sad I mean I don't WanNa. Watch people being mean to if I mean if it was survivor where they all have to gang together to survive and they all want something if they survived avocado but there are so mean like the meanness if Jeff Proof said there's Jeff Paris time for your life. He's not stupid is he. The state is maybe one of the best av personality for reality. TV there ever was ever half. The reason I want to be on the show is just so I could talk to Jeff. WHO's dance via life. Is that reports driver. I got ten minutes in and then I got really sad about it and attended Oh. They were very catty. Though trump yep is going to runs house going down the path to run house yet of impeachment lane yet getting the runs and we alluded to his twitter replies yes presidential harassment while the when I read those there's only so many things you can do do with all caps. Is there right so I mean a voice can do so many things other than just talking. Yeah Yep. If he was is to sing well. What would you do with his letters. Surely it'd be all caps. That's true I like to think of when he does which hunt is. He's like the Guy On that Adam Sandler movie and he's like we're on. We're on we're that middle had the best reply to his tweet on. I'm trying to track down because it was really funny. Rosa Dental Harass S. Moon harassment harassment bache at you holding the full while I look this up. I just refused to believe that it's only him. Just screaming has more than two modes as really does he does. He has more than two modes. He has sarcastic anger. would that also be all caps or was that just regular here we go that metal Bette. Midler who says what did Donnie rough couple of days and to top it all off you want nominated for Nobel Peace Prize of course you our unqualified in literature economy medicine physics and chemistry but we'd probably be willing to give you one for peace if you shut the fuck up and give us some this quality. You're a bit of a champ is pretty great so while this is the absorb potential of being the impeachment episode we'll that wouldn't make it very amused. Bucci now would it wouldn't wouldn't be a taste now so there's a little snag want more go somewhere else. CNN New Anyway Yeah Anyway. You'll be lucky accu- with any other story that we bring you because that's it if it doesn't say Boris in Pelosi on it. That's it surprise making being surprise is yes. You know who is really surprised this last week the Russian Navy. Oh did you hear about the story I don't believe that the Russian Navy maybe preemptively getting aggressive towards all of this excitement that was about to happen in the world okay. One of their boats got attacked by a Walrus was I did not know warez was so anti Russia so didn't know walruses were so anti Russia now. Here's my favorite part of the story. Not only attack the boat. It sank it. How big was this. How big was this. I mean a Walrus thinking. A rowboat would be a big deal. This isn't rushing navy due to it did it flop itself on board and capsize it. I'm picturing like the two big tusks smashed into the side and it's like it's a wonderful warriors inspe- an impression just just wanting to let you know for all the people at home who can't see me. I've got my tusks out lodged into the side of the microphone and I'm you okay John Rating wearing my tail yeah and I've got a big Walrus Moustache. It is an awesome walrus impression. I'm quite surprised so there were people on this the Russian Navy okay what I'm imagining yeah. Let's the wars sunk the ship and the ship was going down. It started to rescue all the sailors on the boat and so you've just got like six. Three sailors astrid this warrant as powering through the say to safety and like rainbows and like what is that what happened. I'm more or less wondering because there's so many positions in the navy right. Yes you think any of them were carpenters why the Walrus and the carpenter what what Joan and the Lael Walrus and the carpenter walking walking through the land. How does awards walk. I'm really confused. This is another reference sytem. Now I would expect you to get Alice in Wonderland. I wasn't in Allison Allison. Wonderland upset me as a child as a carpenter. Brain begins to poke. Well sweep this queen and half a year. If you don't mind the work I am Ooh Whoa so the Walrus and the carpenter. I read Allison Wonderland when I was maybe seven years old ended upset me and I'm really go there again. I've seen the movie it was. A disappointment of the Hashtag for this episode is Abby Mrs so a couple of years ago. I watched pulp fiction for the first time and while that opened up the world to me. They're all these references. I never understood and suddenly I was like. Oh my God that's a pulp fiction reference. Never rooms right and you were just wishing you could kind of rewind the last four years of your life and actually video every time someone said something great all of a sudden it was like my eyes had opened at times times you'd probably already ordered a royale with cheese and then didn't realize that you'd ordered royale with cheese and what it meant under sent to laugh too you can it's cute. It's really young out of touch millennial a high. Would you like a story from my side. I'd love story from your side right so so people of the UK prepare yourself approach the kitchen slightly differently because judge leaders in Rochester have asked the government to enforce stricter rules on the sale of domestic mystic knight is that don't like how do they are. They don't feel that you need the point. The point was when you didn't have knives and forks and you have to like pick up with the point of the knife and that's no longer needed knife crime has apparently increased by eighty percent because it's such a handy utensil right there and you leave made me Mattis debut so that cooling full the government to be stricter about it. Remove the points from knives from kitchen not from hunting nine kitchen knives kitchen knife 'cause I so readily available and apparently I M Pei's of signed this as well L. They're asking for urgent measures to promote the sale of safe kitchen knife designs and restrict those designs which have been used in so many acts of violence though if and what happens coming out of this is a sharp angles punny in work related incidents. Are we going to Dole the forks. Are we going to turn them to sparks and then we do spoons what if people start gouging each other's eyes out with spoons. Oh that's a risk I mean honestly I would rather be stabbed with the ninth. I uncowed go. You WanNa go quickly with a knife into a robinhood situation. When is the government realized we're just going to up the ante we they would go after each other with toothpicks who yes well great plan biters illegal now kitchen knives illegal illegal. Yes we've is covered this episode. One Eagle spiders illegal they they 'cause card is then legal. You just want to kill them. No I shop at I dubbed it. I said I hereby Dub spiders illegal and now it's done. What does it mean when you dump something. We've totally underwater authority. Have you made spiders illegal abby. Yes we have millions of listeners across the world and when I say fighters ought to the illegal yeah they rise up visit petition. Is there a petition. They don't even have to not only. Do we have million listeners okay. They're powerful. The state's presidential harassment. He's busy being harassed. Yeah he's probably not time right now. We're which it hung and he's hearing this and he's picking up the phone right now by force listening to Ben Ner GonNa the start attacking people with toothpicks. Don't do it yeah. Endorse going to be like hold on just waking up. I don't know what he would say. I I don't know he would say. I'm the incredible hulk that you wouldn't like me when Yup exactly. How does the fire? I think so that's what I head anyway yeah and that's what happened. That's how it would happen by Brazil. Legal kitchen knives back. Yes we have made a powerful awful influence here speaking of illegal okay. Did you hear about the new law that they're trying to pass him. Bali okay. This is going to ruin Bali okay. What do you think of when you think Oh yes. I have heard about this. Bonin Bonan yeah no more bone in Bali yeah unless you're married. Yep and what I really thought it was fun about it because I saw on the news this morning. They've put out a statement saying something like please. Just carry on with your holiday planned. Don't worry it's all okay how might but wash your holiday was just banging the whole time. Yeah I'm thinking about our honeymoon naked humping yeah. We were naked for like ten days. I think we did it till my Dick Fellow if that it was in Bali to bring it home in a box separately and reattach it once. We hear you asked for it. You said you know what I'd really like from. This marriage is a dick in a box. I walks yeah if it was Bali then one Dick in a box but maybe for different reasons now. Here's the next thing yep so say we're naked. Okay you picture turn this. Yup Alright good times and they're going to enforce this it first of all. I don't know how they're going to see US boning. Maybe the here and so they likely and then hello is it room service. We didn't ask for the lobster to show up yet and then they're like Nah. Aw It's the police we hear in their Bonin out. You married and like okay. Is it enough to show him. The ring would if we're too cheap to have rings yeah what if we decided not to bring the marriage certificate yeah and then when you're on your honeymoon we were the out you hadn't yet changed your passport over exactly because it costs money to change change your passport okay yeah gotta go to the UK Bull. You'd have a different passport name. Then I swear officer I swear and then once so then they arrest us when they arrest us do they put us in the backseat same car and do we do like Thomas Meghan. I was GONNA say. Do not run off with the handcuffs. I won't run up even get into trouble if they don't catch US Bonin in the back of the Cup car do they lock in the same cell and then they lock in the Zelda. We just keep Bonin. This sounds ridiculous all right so we're we're policing boning now. Dan Yes in one of the most romantic places ever. Yep No Bonin unless you're married madness well when I was reading. was basically saying people are gonNA stop going to Bali yeah 'cause no Bonin when we went to the travel agent and they were like what do you want to do on your holiday. We were thinking boning yeah we didn't we didn't decide hey boning because if we had said bone and they would have been like go to. Bali yeah great place to uh-huh keep lobster from room service arrives at an appropriate time. Yeah did not ask very curious hotel staff. Yes we'll snowing the wire you okay though I'm not the police but are you married. I'm not the police but I am curious. I am just curious areas. I have a story for you. I have a story fee. I brought you on that. I knew you would like okay in previous episodes. You've indicated to me that you like space news. Yes Oh oh you brought me space news. I did time I had more than one to choose from. I've been reading space news today so really yeah okay to choose from this. One is less about actual news okay more about a paper published by some astrophysicists. Oh tell me a young okay. Though this kind of combines a couple of your favorite topics okay yes has this topic is how aliens would attack us if they attacked us us. Oh okay sounds fascinating yeah so it was a real deep think peace and it starts with the whole idea that other planets would life on him a really really far away so the chances are going to send big motherships you see in some of the sci fi movies where a big ship shows up and then little spaceships via off of that in the attack with the little. It'll spaceships okay dot would not happen okay too expensive. How do they know the cost of materials over that. Maybe that's really cheap shape too expensive. Okay physicists says cannot be wrong so too expensive now then they theorized okay even if they came over here and say you traveled all this way to a foreign place Are you gonNA take on an entire planet by yourself. Even if you're totally bad ass like Nick Predator Bolsa the answer is no answer is no so they came up with the most likely way we we would actually be attacked. Are you ready. I'm so ready X. Message so let me take a moment because I'm not entirely sure how to articulate the depth of disappointment. I'm failing right now pretty crushing okay so that is the Bianchi lame I expected better from astrophysicists that they elaborated grid and they said okay so they're going to send this message right and then we're going to try to Dakota and we're going to put it into our computer systems and bump bomb. It's a computer virus and it takes us completely down and maybe even takes control. Maybe it's an AI computer virus and then the computer starts to attack so you're just sitting at your computer and then all of a sudden your keyboard. Lord rises up and starts beating you against face because it's the super advanced computer virus okay. I have a further comment. Yes firstly. I like how they attempted did to make the text message thing. Kula like tried to turn into a terminator situation. My second question is why is it that we've assumed that they cannot afford to send big chips tiny ships but that they have been able to figure out how all of our computer systems work so they can install a virus that can make a keyboard smashes in the face I duNno. It sounded plausible to me. Did they actually say about cable hitting you in the face with the I'm just you know they. They have like those little legs you can fold up and down depending on the High A. Cable imagining them like springing up woods and all of a sudden bouncing at the end smacking you in the face a little cold wobbling blonde behind it like tail. That's really worrying but don't worry my thoughts all the potential of an alien attack thoughts but don't worry because they've come up with a solution great. Is it equally lame slim okay. Is it turning off the phone network. Is it sending the text message back know who this new number who knew phone who did uh. You know me ability to the whole time. We're buds. I can't believe you. It sounds to me like this ridiculous. You don't change your number think it's nearly that good though I'm ready. Their answer is imagine a scenario one in which a message has flown millions of light years across the galaxy and and one astrophysicist gets the message and he calls them up and says what should I do and they say delete delete it. Don't open it. Don't look at it to delete it too late to be like hey. I got a message from an hour in any way deleted spam filter delete. Do they have a special number one. Could you tell from the area code. This way utilized a message no matter how they're trying to attack you. You don't find out similarly if they're sending you. A message is to say congratulations. You've been selected in the INTERGALACTIC sweepstakes. We've now got a new home for you. That's not about to blow up and die. You have no fucking clue philly delete so I was hoping you would like Space News. Tomase astrophysicists physicists can't be wrong. UK. You're crying is at the western new phone who knew who does. I don't even even knew how long does stall you seriously appear to broken. I broke you elite instantly delete it and I have to reiterate for the listeners out there just weeding through all of the Pelosi Bullshit. It took so long to find that that was buried very far underneath a whole bunch of which bullshit you seriously right over that Gig and we're back had to take a brief interlude breath so I was broken into other Alien News Mojo. Oh Yeah Okay this story. I'm hoping is kind of like a pallet cleanser for you. Okay great so we're up on Mars. I wake up in Mars business. Oh Oh yes yeah. We've been there for a while. We've got some new probes their cake right and this new probe has discovered that electromagnetic pulses go off frequently but mysteriously steriods only sometimes around midnight. Oh yeah white so hang on sometimes around midnight as in sometimes they don't go around midnight. They go other times All it's always at midnight sometimes always at midnight weird. I know it's like I'm kind of Martian. Is that called when you drop acid and go to a club. This is an amazing segue into my next story yet so it's like some kind of Martian like dance party at midnight. Yeah electromagnetic pulses ooh now the sad thing is the story was I think about three paragraphs long pretty much said so they found that don't know why moving on check back later yeah. Maybe we'll find the party. Maybe yeah maybe we haven't been invited feeling a little better. We're we're a bunch of nerds from NASA and we don't find parties very often. DOC NASA NASA would throw the best parties. It'd be spacey. Did you have something about parties. No I had something about dropping acid. Oh Oh really Kinda I might have seen the story was it related to the best price of all time is new in yeah dropping acid at Disneyland La.. Ooh What kind of filter he needs to put on the show. It's an experience that we can all relate to. I think okay as taken Alistair the Disney so this was Disneyland Paris. I see Yup. Apparently a Swiss man went missing after his girlfriend gave gave him. LSD at Disneyland Lamb Paris and he fell into a lake and they found him several hours later about a mile away completely naked walking down the road not does Newin. Would you fall into a lake at dismisses. The mystery he fell into the lake somehow he turned up a mile lighter completely stock is and they had pulled together one hundred thirty people to try and and find him wow you think he found a magic passage. Yes out of the lake in Disneyland outside of Disneyland so now if you WANNA get in for free you can find this other passage which kind of goes through like a sewage well he's out in the lake fell into a lake near pirate speech at adventure land so by Captain Hook Ship and skull rock but it seems like there's going to be a sneaky way magic portal last April so that is not the LSD story. I found okay because the story story I found was all about the myth of not looking into the mirror with Oh. I saw that headline. I didn't read the so I read it and spoiler alert uh-huh okay. It was all about how there is a myth when you're on. LSD You look into Amir. You basically lose yourself yeah. I have heard it's a similar myth to the one. That's like don't ever have sex went on ecstasy. Our you'll never be able to climax again. The misconceptions misnomers with rugs. This story was all about how actually you're in a state of mind that really takes away all of your defenses and all of your different layers that you perceive the world with like rationality so looking at yourself in the mirror is actually like a real coming to age moment which causes you to like see yourself with completely no bias okay and does often change people's perception about themselves like stop dying their hair decide to change their life. Just don't like what they're you're doing anymore. Wow Okay yeah profound. Thanks Alice Day. It was dumb. I thought that it might be kind of a segue to the the trend that's happening right now. Through psychedelic research oh expanding people's brains and doing break brain therapy using psychedelics or microdosing with Psychedelic which I think is honestly a really bull yeah therapy. Oh yes really interested in more but don't know too much about it besides. PTSD seems to be well-treated with Mushrooms Aby at I did actually watch a documentary on it but I don't remember cool. Ill speaking of weird treatment. I have a story okay about girls eating tampons. I was this close to including that today and I chose not to partially because I was on a work computer and I didn't necessarily want to write teenage girls eating tampons into my work browser so yeah so I think both all of us are pretty familiar with the sitek talk. Yes unfortunately yes through no choice of our own. Bruno choice of our own are quite familiar with Tik Tok. Yep and there's there's a group of girls on talk that have come forward to admit that not only do they eat their own tampons and they were using it as a public service announcement announcement for boys to become aware that actually sometimes you lose so much blood. It's really important to find a way to ingest it that yeah you should just eat your tampon and get that blood back. Yeah I mean it reduces the risk of becoming a Nemec well. I mean you might lose a lot of iron in the process. Oh you absolutely do I get any so so they've found the solution and actually I thought established process yeah exactly that they've found a solution. It's that the solutions been there for a very long time and they're coming out to it. Just brings them awareness to this topic. It's disgusting. Yeah I mean because it's one thing to have a baby and then eat your placenta. Yes I mean not make sense. Yes yeah I mean tasty. Yeah and you know if you're the sharing type you share it with the rest of the family placenta. Yeah you do you but you know if you're losing your blood then in Tampa on well. I think they didn't really cover it in the right way okay because it's very much like when kids don't. WanNa eat their veggies. There are things you can do so you can like if you pull the string out and and you pop a popsicle stick in there and you melt some chocolate and you dunk it in and then you freeze it. It's like a lolly like chocolate a lot of pop a cop yeah. There's plenty you can do it. You know it's just how you decide to consume used Tampon. No it's at this point right now that I really hope that we haven't lost STA listeners because the rest of the story is they were totally fucking with people. Oh Yes yes and that is not something you should do. ooh. But hilariously enough they kept this joke going for quite a while and got a lot of people believing that not only were they serious but that it was a widespread thing that other women are doing and it wasn't just a hey we discovered this. It's by the way you know all girls do it was hilarious. I think is right idea. Yeah I really like people talking with other is a perfect example of when it went right because the thing with periods and tampons and stuff not all guys but a lot of guys oh you don't talk about. I don't want to hear about it so you can feasibly sell that to a lot of people and make them believe it's true and they'd go wait what. Oh my God really well like. The people supplies that this three holes not to pay out the same place. You know on loan mind blown your wealth. What do you mean three holes. I did not too. I did only two so maybe one in new mel out of the other right so about six years into my relationship with my ex is the moment I blew his mind. He didn't realize realized three hells yeah but your XS a KNOB. Yes and we know you listen Knob so those girls were really trying to help people. Yes us now. If people want our help what they could do yes is they could right they could they could and while we do have millions of listeners across the globe now some would say billions some would say billions from maybe the most audience has ever been for podcast. I'm pretty sure we're setting records. Yes so we I'm golden. Mike's coming our way oh well. I mean not only that don't they. They're going to give us a diamond YouTube yeah because because not only are we breaking podcast records yes on Youtube so we've got billions of people watching US new. PD Pi Yeah. We're coming for you. They're not subscribing. They're just watching downloading casually the whole thing and watching but not subscribing Adnan Hook subscribe and the other is you. They say when you when you start your your podcast yes. They say you're gonNA reach your audience and you might be surprised who it is that you're actually reaching now like Mr President because we've got got millions if we can confirm that they all have a trait in common. They are introverts because they don't like to write us and correspond yeah. Give us feedback back and ask US questions. You know so when we have the segment where we really want help people yes. We have to find it. We Day from somewhere else we do so we we went and found a question that listener to a different show had and we stole that we did some would say borrowed Komen Day for a segment. We like to call. I no no you didn't ask us but and today special edition. Oh yes abbey's brought us the story. I have an you don't even know what it is of no clue flu. We're getting like real time. Ben Realtime Ben Realtime Ben Response and I don't actually know how to answer it so it's GonNa be really great. Okay Okay you ready. Yes okay. I feel like I need you in my name. Yeah what's your name. My name is Sheila and I'm married to someone could bruce. I wanted to get a bit down under socialism Sheila Embrace. Okay Yeah what you're talking about Sheila so I'm Sheila Sheila Hello Bruce. Nah Okay my adviser. Oh ready talk most Sheila my God. I regret going you sheet cooling. May Sheila Sheila to anyway so say hello. I'm Sheila. Would you talk about she's like so. I have a bit of a problem okay. I'm a worried about my marriage. Don't worry I oh that's nice of you. I feel secure so around nine years ago. I met my now husband and we started dating and while we dating we talked about kids and I said to him that had always been a dream of mine since I was little to adopt okay and he said you know he we really wanted to have kids of his own but the idea of adoption sounded really cool sweet. It is so we got married. We had two of our own kids than Al Five and three. We've got really great careers. We have a house with completely okay on the money side. Everything's really great and so I said to my husband I think now is the time time to adopt I. I've really wanted opt and and he doesn't want to do that anymore and he said to me. I don't want to adopt one. I said please tell me why because we talked about this this before an in you find with it and his response was if we adopt we already have a five year old and a three year old. I don't want the kid we adopt to feel left out. I don't know what to do eh because ever since I was little I've always wanted to adopt of always wanted to give a kid a home and a loving family. I don't know if this is the end of my marriage these help so I I can understand where you're coming from. Add save firstly. I'm sorry you did the right thing. When you got involved with Bruce I near ago about talking about whether or not you he wanted children and not only that whether or not you wanted to adopt and the good news is nine years ago you were on the same page. The bad news is you're not not now. Is that 'cause to engine marriage and I think that there's a number of things I would start with. That's before you end your marriage. You you should definitely do some kind of counseling to try to get onto the same page and at least establish a real finality that he's immovable on on this topic and the there's no work around to his concerns but if you're a movable and he's a movable the necet is over and it really does come. I'm down to no matter how beautiful the nine years you've had and the things you've done are if you were truly on the same page nine years ago. Oh you're not now and that means you grew apart. You may have grown together in every single way but you cannot control how the other person and your marriage gross you can hope and pray it's in the same direction and that you continue to be on the same page of all the things that matter. This did not happen for you. You've gotTa talk it out and just find out if you're actually immovably on different pages now. If so those sorry I would agree with that especially the counseling side because to me the comment the her husband's reasoning for not wanting to adopt was solely and maybe we just don't have the rest of the details but was solely based on the fact that he you didn't won't be adopted child to feel left out in that might be his viewpoint but that sounds like a way of saying no without actually either I mean maybe he doesn't know maybe he doesn't want to say the reasons. He doesn't want to adopt anymore but that seems like a relatively small reason to not want to adult if you are otherwise really keen to adopt that seems like quite quite a small detail to be concerned about in the scheme of it and that makes me wonder what's actually going on because he might not want to adopt anymore and people change. It doesn't matter what is this could be ownership. It could be wanting to own a dishwasher verse not wanting to own a dishwasher and just literally not being able able to compromise this is a major thing and yet a dishwasher less so but what's the difference between Nessin him wanting to move to Bali and quit his job. Bob and go live in the rainforest with kids. I think it's the point. I'm trying to make you know I'm with you. Is that counseling what at least even from Sheila's perspective allow that conversation to happen so that she understands if his real reason is to kids enough. They're already overwhelming. I'm worried about a careers. Here's what ever but having that level of understanding might make either of the movable or might just make it really clear the they're both movable and that's a really great point which is is going to counseling isn't about just him now moving on the position not just hundreds that at all. I mean she. She's basically made the stance. I'm not going to change yeah yeah. He's done that too then. I the someone's got to adjust. They've both go to adjust all. They both go separate ways along but that won't happen to us. I mean we don't want to adopt no so that's why what happened to us more power to if you do but you know it could happen to us in the sense that all of a sudden. I really want adopt. Oh Yeah I'm a movable on that. Yeah you like not that's it. No I want a little baby yeah and adopted a little baby adopted a little oh baby you never know never say never. I could be like seventy in you know rolling in the dough because we had so many patriots yeah. I'm just like what am I going to do with all this. I better adopt like twenty seven kids ADB. Let's adopt twenty seven kids then pay someone to bring them up and we just got hang out with them for fun stuff stuff. We'll have an dumps plantation with religion can have an adoption plantation and call that Manasian home we could transport them with like a legit bus full public transport bus not a shuttle bus yeah like the Partridge family and then we could make a band we can make a big band. Partridge Richard Family had a bus. They were partridge family over fuck who the partridge family. I'll be mrs another reference. I mean the Partridge family were like incredibly famous family that had that I were they a real family they were real family okay in the seventies they were on TV and and they had a band the family itself was a band and they were a touring band and they had a TV show they were the partridge family and the Partridge family bus and there's like one of the kids was a drummer wanted the kids guitarist. One of the kids was based singer. Take a moment clarifying on played the tambourine and take a moment. We're not talking about the Jackson's right right. The partridges not not Jackson's because their whole family like was it the Jackson five and they all kind of told wounds late saying and they'd be like named time but this was a very white family right. Okay yes very different. Yes not talking about the Jackson Five Hanno. I've no idea who these people. I don't know that I've ever heard give them an overall identical satin. I correct myself okay. They weren't a real family because now I'm remembering David. Cassidy was one and he's not a partial day. Oh she was a babe typically again. I don't know who either of those people are but I'm imagining the Brady Bunch right around the same time. ooh. Yes Tom Brady bunch yeah so if I would have said. Oh the Brady Bunch and we read about you would've been like Oh yeah I know what you're talking about but said the partridge family and you're like I do not know who they are. I also don't know who David Cassidy is. In the sues blasphemous Su Su day see Davis Sue David Cassidy a legend okay. You should know who David Cassidy is okay a legend daily I do. Maybe I'll see picture of. I know you're listening. Send me an email. Let me know the you appreciate my support. Maybe I'll see a picture and and I'll know who he is and who's the other one do Susan Day. He was a babe. Okay I don and she'd been in anything else lots of things actually I also need to look era Sarah and David Cassidy by the way also been in lots of things okay when you see him. You're going to be like Oh that'll do doug. I didn't know him okay yeah right. I'm in my defense uh-huh very bad at names I work on a floor that maybe has seventy or eighty people and I could name maybe half of them and I've worked a year so in his time faces David David Cassidy was like the heartthrob of the world he was like the guy who like all the little girls were obsessed with was David Cassidy yeah right yeah so my mom would have been like David Cassidy. We're getting married and it's a good thing. She never met David because otherwise then I wouldn't be betting yeah so I. I think we helped everybody that we did. All you people out there. You're welcome wanting to adult other half not wanting to adopt and who had a different problem that it didn't get solved. Go ahead and write an email at a news. Bouche gmail.com correct or you can tweet us. Oh boy public or can you indirect messages on twitter. You direct messages on Instagram. You can send us a messenger on facebook. You have options lots of options. We also have a contact form on our website lights. I really I mean. I don't know how we could make this easier. We're actually so open to like every direct line of communication except when you recognize us out in public. Please don't ask us then yeah that time at that point. We're probably buying groceries. I may need coffee. It has been nice the overwhelming response we've gotten from those listeners nurse but also it's a little alarming to. I've been to felt you're out in public. Now I mean we're on episode five yeah now that we're on episode five. I feel like we're out in public and people are just watching everything. Oh my God. Would you like another story yeah. Well you know the Amish asked Megan. How well do you know the Amish. That sounds like a loaded question not really. I'm just wondering here experience with the Amish. I'm not amish specifically. Do they like to party. The if I understand correctly are very religious folk yes. I actually don't think party but they're one of those really religious coltish kind of groups Yup. Ah when people get out of it they like leave their villages and then go be crazy wild before going back to their village so they get their jollies out in private because they're not in their community so do you feel like if they've just left their village if they're in transit with a bug in the whole the therefore they're not in the village to be caught drinking spiked ice tea with a twelve pack on top of their Buggy as well as a full stereo system and speakers fits within matt so the Amish aren't allowed to use machines so they can't check out this tweet rides with they can't trick on Stereos so so if they've already gone so far as sweet right stereos they might as well go all the fucking way and this story I mean it's excellent because they're rocking canal on a buggy with drinking spiked ice tea like I do like to on the rue ready to go but what makes the story both sad and somehow better okay is that when they got pulled over by a deputy pulled over when they got pulled over they saw him and because they technically sleep breaking the law because they were using a vehicle buckets to consider vehicles they were drinking and driving yes of course there were very legal tha that previous episode yeah like spiders apparently illegal was drinking and riding a bike yup. Yes it is also why we cover a lot of road so they he got pulled over panicked and ran off the two because it's two dudes the twos runoff did they leave the worse yes and the Horse and buggy though the Horse got scared an also ran off with the buggy so they haven't found the two amish men yet very kind farmer is taking care of the horse and the deputy has kind of Said Jim. Maybe wanting a horse in your buggy back but they haven't go forward yet. So how do you explain the missing wholesome. Buggy to your associates. I mean no. I mean you have a lot of questions story for Sure Yeah I. I'm so I'm really torn right now because my job when you're telling stories is digested it over here and reactively be as witty as possible. Yes and I'm supposed to run your story through this just real time processor that adds a layer of wit on top of it but I was completely paralysed because all I could think about was that got you at the Spicer. Yes you absolutely did because you know. I'm really partial to Arnold Palmer. You are pretty recently. I've discovered Arnold Palmer's would gin Jin mazing as well as Raspberry Arizona ice tea with Jin Buchan amazing. I'm sitting on King I'm like do I have gin do I have. I think I have lemonade. I've got I've definitely got lemonade makes my tea. So Oh sorry maybe I should've. I should've been like so they were caught. Drinking spiked beer yeah and then I'd be like okay. Keep going tell me more. There were sitting on the top rocking out. Star Wars or two horses was at one horse for the both of them. They share in the Horse who whoever these questions before like dicey that's where they were. I'm totally stuck listeners. Can you bring me a spiked ice tea. This seems like a really a great time to move onto good news which you okay so every episode we like to end on a good news story and that last one was pretty pretty good pretty fucking amazing. We've covered but given the day that we've had I'm sure a lot of depressed because you're you know hoke Boris Chris Lovers or you might be on either side of that witch hunt and just completely consumed or maybe even you went onto the Internet today really Hoping Ping to be enlightened and now you're utterly depressed because it's just too hard to wade through all of the presidential talk so we did that work for you. We did did and Abbas brought you a good news story. I have so it's another Disney story his name so apparently they've offered this in the past. They're offering and again so it's often. Don't want to go to bed at bedtime as you well know so kids who that fine with it right now go to bed so Disney are again offering toll free line that parents can Cole where certain Disney characters will answer and it's prerecorded message but they'll tell them about that day and they'll basically say to them. You know time now good night. The kids will be like yeah. Okay I get to my favorite character and go to bed so they've put back on again. You can choose from six six characters what I really really loved about this. Story is the quote that they put on their facebook page. Disney's facebook page Disney shop said nothing laws a child child into slumber quite like the soothing speech of Yoda the Jedi master eight and put a quite which I did not put an document picturing like a young thirty Star Wars Geek Ben. He's like go to bed and you're like well. How about we call your master master. Yoda and see what he's up to and then it's time for bed okay and then his art by the time it is good your he says feel the full around you like a blanket. It is the six Disney characters. I love that one of them's Yoda. That's wonderful though soothing. If there's any voice a lull you to sleep pits yoga yeah. That's GonNa give great dreams sweet dreams listeners before you go to bed if Disney call talk to Yoda the see what's suffer the Outta. He'll tell you about his day. It would kind of dreams you have yeah and then right as and tell us about report back so until next time you can find us on fucking anything extremes facebook. Yes twitter Instagram News Bush Dot Com options. I'm I'm Ben. I'm abby by Yeah the report

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Vine the scenes the White House was gearing up to attack him tonight. We've obtained a letter from the president's White House counsel belittling, the Miller report calling it a law school exam paper and accusing Muller of not doing his job standby for more bombshell detail. Lied us bigger. Nancy Pelosi accuses attorney general William Barr of lying to congress. She's calling it a crime Pelosi's broadside came after the general refused to testify before the House Judiciary committee turning today's hearing into a show featuring an empty chair and a bucket of chicken tonight. Democrats want to hold bar and condemn undercover operative. A blockbuster new report from the New York Times reveals the FBI was so concerned. The Trump campaign had been infiltrated by the Russians it sent a seasoned investigator undercover to question Trump campaign advisor, George popadopoulos will the revelations help or hurt the president and more is less a second. Trump's pick for the Federal Reserve Board with just forced to back up. Stephen Moore blames what he calls the unrelenting attacks on my characters both. But but we're both Democrats and Republicans right to call more unqualified. For the job. I'm wolf Blitzer. You're in the situation room. This is CNN breaking news following multiple breaking stories in the battle between House Democrats at President Trump's attorney general William borrow Sierras of tainted White House letter to the attorney general accusing special counsel Robert Muller's team of playing politics with the Russia investigation. The letter also describes the Muller report on floating now as a prosecutorial curiosity are truth commission report and part law school exam paper that's a quote, this comes as speaker Nancy Pelosi is accusing the attorney general of committee crime saying he lied to congress on Wednesday US Democrats are furious. He skipped today's hearing of the House Judiciary committee, also breaking the New York Times is revealing new details about the counter intelligence investigation of the Trump campaign back in two thousand sixteen including that an FBI investigator went undercover posing as a researcher to question Trump campaign adviser. George Papadopoulos democratic Representative Hakim Jeffries of New York. A member of the House Judiciary committee vary. He's standing by to take our questions and our correspondents and analysts. They will have full coverage of the day's top stories. Let's begin with our White House stores. Bonnet Caitlyn Collins Caitlyn just as Democrats were accusing the attorney general of lying the White House leaked scathing letter from the White House counsel limit flood same special counsel. Robert Muller did not do his job. Yeah. Well, it's a letter that was written over ten days ago. But it just got released today. One day after Bill Barr appeared on Capitol Hill, and it's a scathing evaluation of Robert Muller and his investigation and wolf in. This letter is they're accusing the special counsel of playing politics. They're also turning an eye toward the fight with Democrats, the ongoing ones and the upcoming ones saying that just because the president did not assert executive privilege over this report doesn't mean he won't do. So in the future. With the Russian Vesta Gatien still on President Trump's mind. People say how do you get through that whole stuff? How do you go through those witch hunts and everything else, and you know, what we do Mike? We just do it. Right. And we think about God new CNN reporting reveals his White House sent attorney general Bill VAR a letter last month blasting the special counsel, claiming its report suffers from an extraordinarily legal defect Emmett flood accusing Robert Muller of playing politics and straying from his mission alleging his team failed in their duty to act as prosecutors and only as prosecutors the White House lashing out at the special counsel for how he handled the obstruction investigation into Trump, even though current guidelines say a sitting president cannot be indicted, flood said Muller needed to either ask the grand jury to return an indictment or declined to charge. The case. Adding the one thing the special counsel was obligated to do is the very thing. The SEO intentionally in unapologetically refused to do. But Muller said that DOJ guidance had a major impact on how he conducted the investigation arguing that even if he found concrete evidence against Trump. He couldn't charge him. But Muller making clear he wanted to preserve the facts. If investigators want to revisit the case once the president leaves office yet bar testifying yesterday repeatedly disagreed with his longtime friend Muller and the action he took during the investigation. I think that if he felt that he shouldn't go down the path of making a traditional. Prosecutive decision then he shouldn't have investigated that was the time to pull up the Whitehouse telling bar in its letter that Muller overstepped his mandate because some Democrats now want to use his report as a roadmap for impeachment under oath yesterday bar stood by his assertion that the Trump campaign was spied on going to back off the word spying and today a report in the New York Times could give Trump and his allies ammunition for their claim. According to the times, the FBI sent an investigator who was posing as a research assistant to meet with the former Trump campaign aide, George popadopoulos in twenty-six teen as part of its efforts to look at the campaigns links to Russia the bureau's moves are now under investigation by the department's inspector general many people seem to assume that the only intelligence collect. Action. That occurred was the a single confidential informant and a Fiso Lorant. I'd like to find out whether that is in fact true. Now wolf that's not the only news out of the White House today. The president also announced he will no longer. Nominate Stephen Moore to a seat on the Federal Reserve Board after his past comments about women surface that prompted a big sigh of relief from Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill who were telling the White House in recent days that he was going to have a very tough confirmation fight. And that they were not ready to throw their weight behind him wolf. This makes him the second person in recent weeks. In addition to Herman Cain. The president has floated their name out. There said he could nominate them for this position in the in the end after their passed comments and conduct surface. They were only later pulled or withdrew their names and essentially Republicans are sending one message to the White House after this wolf, and that's what they need to vet their nominees better much better job vetting before they put out those names. All right Caitlin. Thank you very much. The attorney general of the United States was supposed to answer questions in front of the House Judiciary committee earlier today, but infuriated Democrats by simply. Refusing to show up our senior congressional correspondent is up on Capitol Hill so monitor what's next in this increasingly bitter standoff wall, the attorney general could soon be held in contempt of congress. Andy could soon be served with a subpoena compelling of to appear before the House Judiciary company. Now, this comes as the White House has defied number of requests from House Democrats, including subpoenas Democrats out debating the best way to enforce subpoenas. Whether it's going to court levying, heavy fines or even impeachment. Judiciary committee will come to order the clash between the Trump administration house. Democrats took a dramatic turn today after attorney general Bill Boggs was a no show at a highly anticipated hearing about his handling of the mullahs report, we will have no choice, but to move quickly to hold the attorney general in contempt if he stalls fails to negotiate in good faith adverse threats coming after bar defied a subpoena to turn over the full unredacted report to Capitol Hill, Democrats, ridiculed the attorney general saying us too scared to appear with congressman Steve Cohen bringing glass chicken and a bucket of KFC for a fact it shows the fact that he is a coward, and he said chicken, and that's his new name chicken VAR bar. Boycotted the hearing over the Democrats demands that he also be questioned by staff, lawyers and extremely rare request. We go back to a circus political stunt Republicans accused democ. Kratz of sabotaging the hearing for political gain. My question is what are the Democrats scared of they don't want Bill bar here today? They've had the report they've read it. They don't like what's in it. But some believe that Democrats strategy may have dragged this fight out could backfire since they may have lost their best chance to question. The attorney general haven't units sense made it harder to get the answers that you've been asking for. We cannot concede to the administration the ability to control the manner in which congress does its job the rhetoric intensified outside of the hearing room. House speaker Nancy Pelosi charging that the attorney general lied to congress attorney general of the United States of America is not telling the truth to the congress of the United States. That's a crime charge. The Justice department called reckless irresponsible and false Republican said the real goal is to impeach President Trump Nadler has been one. To impeach the day after the election. He can't have the facts to prove of why he should. But he will not stop yet while Pelosi temps down calls for impeachment a growing number of Democrats say the continuing defiance of congressional demands means that maybe their only option if the Trump administration wants impeachment. They're doing good job of pushing the Democrats there. It's unifying the caucus today. Standoff comes as that are new questions about what bar has been discussing what the White House Gooding concern that Trumper others in his administration have suggested or directed bar to open investigations has the president or anyone at the White House ever asked or suggested that you open an investigation of anyone. Yes, or no, please, sir. President or anybody else seems you'd remember something like that. And be able to tell us. Now, Nancy Pelosi wants to continue to focus on oversight. And they hope to bring in the special counsel Robert Muller by mid may before the House Judiciary committee, even Senate Republicans wolf are ready to move on. But one Senate Republican Mitt Romney told us earlier today that he would actually like to see Robert Muller testify in public. But something that the Republicans are not willing to do at this moment. Both you up on Capitol Hill. Thank you. We're joined now by Donna credit, Representative Hakeem Jeffries of New York. He's a member of the House Judiciary committee is also the House Democratic conference chairman congressman thanks so much for joining us. Let's get to the news of the day. And you just heard our reporters instead of spending today questioning the attorney general your committee. The judiciary committee held a hearing with an empty share. You could've asked some pretty tough questions if if you had gone along with that hearing was that a mistake. It was not a mistake because the house is a separate and Coequal branch of government. We don't work for Donald Trump. We work for the American people when? Gonna take orders and directives from either Donald Trump. The Trump administration has minions or the so-called attorney general we have a constitutional responsibility to serve as a check and balance on an out of control executive branch. We're not going to overreach not gonna over politicize. We're not gonna over investigate. But we are not going to run away from our constitutional responsibility. To do meaningful oversight of the administration on behalf of the American people. Do you think your committee could have done more to accommodate the concerns of the attorney general, no, they'll be ongoing discussions, and hopefully the attorney general will see the light. And he will agree to come forward and testify before the house committee based on the rules of engagement that we set forth on behalf of the American people. I think Jerry Nadler did the right thing. We'll the judiciary committee chairman, Jerry Nadler, subpoena, the attorney general. To appear and testify. That's certainly a possibility. But the next step is to make sure that the attorney general complies with the subpoena that he has already chosen not to follow which is the one that called for the unredacted Muller report that was due yesterday. They failed to provide that document they failed to provide the underlying evidence that we also requested on behalf of the American people. So we can understand the full story and advance of his testimony. We're gonna move on as well to make sure that we secure the testimony of Robert Muller. So he can tell his story to the American people that is going to be highly relevant get to that in a moment. But what can your committee do if they refuse to comply with the subpoenas? Well, one of the things that is being contemplated is holding the attorney general in contempt of congress. That'll be a decision that will have to be made by the chairman of the House Judiciary committee and consultation. With the staff, and of course, with speaker Pelosi and the leadership team that is certainly one way to go. We have to make sure that we do not allow this administration to move us away from Democratic Republic and to speed taught a dictatorship because we have an individual sitting at sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue who clearly has some Thura -tarian tendencies, this is not a Republican issue or a democratic issue. It's an issue about whether we are going to continue to be a government of the people by the people and for the people, but if but if Nadler boosts were word and your leadership boost for with content and they still refuse to comply. What do you do next? How do you? How do you get this thing? Moving to your post fines, do you suggest maybe even some of said jail time for the attorney general of the United States? Well, jail time is not something that I believe is being seriously contemplated. And look, well, if we understand that we're going to have to continue to proceed along two tracks just this week, even though we've had a disagreement with the. Ministration about the failure of the attorney general to testify that was a high level conversation between the speaker and Donald Trump to see if we can come together around a meaningful infrastructure plan to repair our crumbling bridges roads, tunnels, airports, mass transportation system and public housing development. The very same House Judiciary committee on Tuesday past four bipartisan bills designed to address the anticompetitive practices of the pharmaceutical industry as part of the House Democratic effort to drive down the high cost of lifesaving prescription drugs. So we're gonna continue along track of trying to find common ground on behalf of the issues that would improve the lives of every day Americans while at the same time understanding that there's another lane which is going to require for congress to hold the administration accountable win it steps over the line, and we're not going to shirk that responsibility. Either. We're let's hope you guys could work out some sort of. Bipartisan deal on infrastructure spending. As as all of us knows the country really needs that really needs badly, Representative Jeffries. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you will up next will the president and his allies be helped by the latest New York Times revelations about the FBI using an undercover operation targeting his campaign. And now that speaker Nancy Pelosi is accusing the attorney general William Barr of lying to congress will Democrats take legal action. Tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses. 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So it's been there for a while. It's all memorialize, but it's only been released today. And it really goes after the special counsel it really does. And essentially what he FANG is lifting. All you had to do is make binary choice. It was either. Yay. Or nay prosecutor not prosecute nothing else should have been permitted all the contacts all the four hundred plus pages, essentially with spotter and a roadmap to give to members of congress. The democratic house in particular to try to give them some fodder to be able to impeach or at least have roadmap to do. So now, of course, it is ironic to condemn the report for being thorough after all of the millions have been spent actually conduct this investigation and of. Of course, people would have been enraged public members of congress and probably White House counsel as well. If there had just been a yea or nay and not the context because of course, it would have allowed the American people's minds and imaginations to go as to what took twenty two months to come to position about the president himself has said it's been a witch hunt all of this time. So you would think they'd be one of the as holistic as possible particularly given that this president who has west council is behind him thinks he's totally exonerated. Why not more detail the better Jeffrey Toobin to way, you've read the single space five page letter from Emmett flood the special counsel over at the White House to the president is not one of the president's personal attorneys. This is the White House counsel is legally sound the arguments that he makes her well the thing that's so peculiar about it. Is that? Robert Muller was not allowed to indict the president. He is an employee of the department of Justice. He is someone who was bound, by the opinion of the office of legal counsel that a sitting president cannot be indicted. So how you can criticize him for failing to ask for an indictment is mysterious to me the irony here is that Moeller was trying to bend over backwards to be fair. He was trying to say look because of the president can't defend himself. If I say, he should be indited. I'm not gonna come to a conclusion on that. So I am going to lay out the evidence and just let let people draw their own conclusions in return he gets slammed by the by the White House here for failing to come to a decision. So, you know, I I don't think any of this is going to change people's minds, particularly, but it does seem like a particularly unfair criticism of Mahler, Chris. The White House console Emmett flood, he's accusing the special counsel Robert Muller in this letter of playing politics. I mean, you can accuse anyone of anything you like, I don't know to Laura. And Jeff's when I guess, I don't know where the politics would be here in that, it seems as though Muller's and a damned if you do damned if you don't situation if someone's playing politics, I mean, it strikes me that Donald Trump saying total total exoneration, no collusion. No obstruction the day that the bar while I guess, it's not a summary letter anymore top line, Leonard and civil right. Sorry words are important him saying that over and over again and saying, well, you know, a look I've been cleared we won he said that at a rally shortly after what? If what am at flood is saying is true. Then you can't have your cake. And I'm using a lot of metaphors. You can't have your cake and eat it to though, and you can't say on the one hand, this is nothing more than a law school hypothesis and on the other I'm using said law school hypothesis to totally and completely declare me myself exonerate is this letter gonna change any Democrats view potentially going forward with impeachment proceedings in the house. Well, I think the most important person to look at Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi, and the leadership they've been pretty dug and on this essentially saying that they would rather see investigations play out. They're not taking impeachment off the table. But they wanna focus on these investigations. And we saw some of the back and forth. Obviously go on today with Borer refusing to testify in folks on the house. I'd still wanting the unredacted Muller report. I think there are two problems with impeachment, right? And those aren't going to change. We don't think anytime soon one of which is just the procedural problem. Right. They control the house. They don't. The senate. So they couldn't remove the president. Anyway, the other is the public is on their side. Fifty six percent of the public at this point is against in preach minutes about the same among independence of Democrats or for impeachment. But again, they only control half of the branches of the legislative branch at this point. So I think we're we're going to stay right ear if you listen to Nancy Pelosi, and she's controlling, you know, beyond a why do you think flood the White House counsel put his concerns that are, you know, in detail here in writing while his client? We're talking about the president of the United States continues to talk that the mullahs report completely exonerated him. Well, I would guess it. Emmett fled read the entire report and his client probably did not. And in reading the entire report. He saw that there were areas of deep concern. And I agree with the panel. This is sort of a lose lose situation. That Muller was put into imagine the outrage if he had just issued a one page one sentence report that said Noah. Obstruction no collusion or vice versa. There would have been outraged. This was an investigation his opinion was not anywhere throughout this piece. It was delay. Or by layer of thorough investigation over the two years the same by the way as had been in part one of this report about Russia and Russia's involvement. You have the details as you would have in any investigation. The timing. Obviously is interesting that this letter just happens to come out to the public the day after bar had a horrible day yesterday before the Senate and members of Senate. And so I think this could very well have been a situation where the White House was trying to throw him a bone given what we saw happened today. And obviously what we saw happen yesterday and finding out the night before not one not two but three interactions two letters one phone call with Robert Muller his bad day yesterday. Got worse today when the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi accused him of lying under oath before congress and. She said that's a crime much more on that. When we come back. Remember to create an ad like this one visit pure winning dot com slash CNN. Political legal experts and the of the attorney general he refused to face the House Judiciary committee this morning as that was happening. Nancy Pelosi was having a news conference. She's not mincing any words. The speaker of the house about his previous bars. Previous testimony listen to this. He liked to congress. He lied to congress and anybody else did that it would be considered a crime. Nobody is above the law, not the president of the United States and not the attorney general pretty serious. So what are the consequences? It's hard to say. I mean what they what can they do? I mean, they can't impeach him. Although you've had some folks like Houlihan Castro coal for his impeachment. Again. It's a problem. I mean, they can start a pound their chest here. Call him ally. Of course, they're talking about a his testimony about what he knew about Muller's us since of the four page letter. He at least he was you know, it most he was sort of misleading whether. Or ninety perjured himself is unclear but I think this is what Democrats want to talk about. This idea of not only bore thinking. He's above the law bar being a liar. But it's always tied that to the president to an essentially just paint Republicans paint Donald Trump as someone who is corrupt. And this is I think this is the bronze at of framing that they're going to go with again, they don't have any power to out Donald Trump and let me power to announce a Boer either. But they can continue to kind of sort of frame how they think about these Republicans essentially say they're unfit to run the country anything about it. What are the absence congress has opposed to act accusing them as being alive? I while they're the groundhogs day element. We remember Jeff Sessions also trying to decide whether he had committed perjury about his amnesia with regard to a Russian ambassador, etc. You have this whole notion line on, but congress has certain limited functions contempt as one of their main vehicles to actually be able to hold anybody accountable and there's the impeachment process, but they were to pursue contempt. For example, one of the ways they do that is to the criminal process. Relies on the ninety plus US attorneys across the country and guess who their bosses William bar and the president of the United States who are not going to be very eager to do. So the limit to the tip. It would happen the civil courts and we've seen that that takes a very protracted process. Ask Eric Holder and operation fast and furious, asteroids W Bush and the Obama administration when it came time to Harriet Meyer at cetera. It all goes into the next administration. So they're kind of their hands are tied, but to make these accusations his refusal to go ahead, Jeffrey bigger point. Well, it's not a hundred percent tied. I mean, if the Democrats really wanted to play hard ball, and I haven't heard many people talking about this. But congress still has the power of the purse and congress can say we are not allocating money to the Justice department in less. The following changes are made we are not allowing the White House to have the budget at once in less. The following documents are produced this is within the power of the congress. Now, I don't think con. Even Nancy Pelosi is ready to play that kind of hard ball. But these meaningless contempt citations. And frankly, I think there is no doubt. It would be legally and practically meaningless is not the only remedy available to the to the house of representatives. And look there's no doubt the ball is in the Democrats court right now one thing they want to avoid is going too far and one tactic that they could take is to follow up on. What Nancy Pelosi thus far has said with regards to impeachment for the president. She says he's not worth it. Let's not go there. I'm not ready. Let's get stuff done. You could make the argument that you're not gonna get any more from bar. He's now been before congress multiple times for hours at length. He's made himself clear as to what he's willing to say. And what he's not even in the most heated of moments. You could say, you know, what no more bar? Let's get Muller up here. And we need to hear from Muller because you're clearly seeing more and more tension between the two in fact, one thing I noticed that was the few times that you did see bar become ERC yesterday. Are incensed was when he. He had to remind everyone that he in fact was Muller's boss, and there, you know, we're contradictions that he made about Muller's assessment. So there could be an argument of saying bars not worth it. We're not going to get anything out of him. Let's go straight to molar his refusal to appear this morning. Chris before the House Judiciary committee followed several moments yesterday when he was clearly struggling in the face of house. Senate Judiciary committee members asking him some pretty pointed questions wash this. That when congressman Chris s she led question a few days later. No, I'm saying that this was the. Lecture. Don't recall for sure. I. Let me move. I I can say the president or anyone at the White House ever asked or suggested that you open an investigation of anyone. I wouldn't I wouldn't. Yes. Or no. Extract. Could you repeat that question? Well, I mean, yeah, let every time he was asked specifically about what seems to be as an earlier willful misrepresentation at best as it relates to his answer to Charlie Kristen where you at all aware of this satisfied. He did that. And there's a reason for that. Because he's under oath. And he knows that if he says straight out, no never he can't do that. Because of the penalties there. It seems to me there were obvious places where there were weaknesses investigate ongoing investigations as it relates to White House his seeming contradiction and not telling the full truth when it came to whether or not he knew special counsel is unhappy, but I'm with Bianca. He's not going to. Let's say he appeared before the house today. He's not going to suddenly say, you know, what that's my bad guys. I I should've told Charlie I'm sorry about that. Is it cool? Like, he's he is said what he's going to say. And so in some ways, it's sort of you can keep beating that dead horse. But but Bill bars not going further than he went yesterday. We really wanted to hear from Muller right now. I really want to hear from Don Mcgann, the former White House counsel. Let's see if they appear before congress coming up a new report sheds light on the ordinary steps the FBI took to probe suspicions that Russia had infiltrated the Trump campaign, but first which of the twenty one Democrats running for the White House has the best. Chance of unseating President Trump. We have an exclusive new CNN poll. I'm Biagio Messina. And I'm joke soon. We are the producers behind HSEN television documentary series unmasking killer. Join us as we explore the identification capture and arrest of Joseph James, Di Angelo the alleged Golden State killer in a special ten part podcast series unmasking killer, all new episodes premiering Tuesday. February twelfth subscribe today at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Fascinating new CNN poll contain some mixed news for President Trump. Let's bring in our CNN political director, David Chilean, David. There's some good news for the president as far as the economy is concerned, but it's not necessarily translating into his overall job approval number. That's right wolf. But that those economic numbers are a big deal. Take a look at this. President Trump is at fifty six percent approval on his handling of the economy. And we know that that is a driving issue and look at this over time that fifty six percent number is a high watermark. We have never in CNN's polling history during the Trump presidency seen the president this high on the economy, but as you noted that doesn't necessarily translate into his overall approval rating, which is still quite underwater. Forty-three percent approve fifty two percent disapprove, I should note that forty three percent also near a high watermark. I mean, we haven't seen him that high CNN polling since the first hundred days, and so it's a good moment for President Trump, but not necessarily. An ideal approval rating that you would want heading into a real and on these early numbers hypothetical contest between the president and some of the democratic challengers. He's been going after Biden a lot would by might not necessarily be as only problem. Now. I think these numbers show is a baseline a quick snapshot against the top six Democrats that he's got a real challenge in. Let's look at some of these numbers Bernie Sanders. Besting fifty percent to forty four percent. You mentioned Joe Biden, he's beating the president right now. Fifty one percent to forty five percent. Take a look here at people to Jj. He's besting. The president forty-seven percent to forty four percents is all within the polls margin of error, by the way, common la- Harris forty nine percent to Donald Trump's Forty-five percent. Elizabeth Warren actually is the only democrat of the top six who comes up numerically just one shy of the president. And it is better work. The former congressman from Texas who's besting him. Fifty two percent to forty two percent. Again, you're talking about five and a half percent margin of error. What I am showing us a baseline snapshot at the beginning of this race. This is going to be close and the president has a big. Challenge ahead of him. They chilean. Thank you, very very much. Coming up new details emerging right now about a bizarre attack on North Korea's embassy in Spain and the US based activists accused of organizing it. 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I do details emerging tonight of a bizarre attack North Korea's embassy in Spain and the US based activists accused of organizing C N N's. Brian Todd has been working the story for sub Ryan lots of questions surrounding this case. This case just keeps getting more bizarre at every turn tonight the alleged ringleader of that raid is being hunted by US marshals and for the first time we're hearing a startling claim from that man's lawyer about why his team went into that North Korean embassy. My name is Adrian Hoang tonight. Adrian Hong is on the run his face is plastered on a US marshals wanted poster. And he's allegedly armed and dangerous. Hong who strangely uses the name as WALDO Trump as an alias is accused of being the mastermind behind the bizarre rate on North Korea's embassy in Madrid on February twenty-second, according to court documents from prosecutors just unsealed in Los Angeles, US and Spanish officials accused Hong and several others of breaking into the North Korean embassy using knives. Iron bars machetes and fake guns. They tied up embassy staff members and beat them court documents allege before making off in embassy vehicles with a stash of thumb drives hard drives computers, and at least one cell phone. The North Koreans call it a grave terrorist attack Spanish authorities have asked the US to find an arrest. Adrian Hong, but his lawyer tells CNN tonight, the US marshals aren't the only people hunting for him. We know from credible. Sources that the North Korean government has seeking Adrian Hong and some of his associates from the provisional government of free Joe on. An seeking to target them process nation in his a brutal to tell -tarian regime ruled by Royal family, the goal of Hung's group, the provisional government of free on is to overthrow Kim Jong UN's regime. US authorities raided hongs apartment last month. But he wasn't there. His lawyer says Hong is scared for his life. And that he denies roughing up anyone at the North Korean embassy. He says they were invited into the embassy that day, and he points to these surveillance photos of another member of the group entering attorney Lee will Ascii says members of the group had contact with someone at the embassy in the days before the incident, but why would members of a group which wants to overthrow Kim Jong Hoon be invited into that embassy. It is there where the defections generally occur. It is individuals who are posted outside of North Korea. Who when given the opportunity will choose to defect. So did they go to the embassy to help someone defect? They have said that they were responding to an herb. Urgent situation in that embassy. And I really out of concern for the safety of some people who may still be in that embassy. I would prefer to just leave my answer for now at that US. Prosecutors now say homes group tried to get a top embassy official to defect, but quote, he would not betray or desert his country. Still analysts say Hung's group has succeeded in embarrassing violent inven- dictum North Korean dictator. He would see it as a threat of a he's assassinated or executed any number of senior officials that he saw or perceived to be a threat. So he would go after these numbers as much as he could tonight. Hongs attorney is slamming the US Justice department for exercising warrants against Americans. He says based on the accounts from North Korean officials. Justice officials promise the suspects will get due process wolf, Brian this embassy is now being hunted by US marshals, but didn't didn't he also meet with the FBI the ring. Leader of that raid. Yes, he did. Wolf Hong Adrian Hong shared material taken from the embassy with the FBI shortly after flying to the US right after that raid. So he did come face to face with FBI agents not long ago, then not long after that the US marshals were after the FBI is not commenting on any of this embassy. Rates suspect to be hunted by US marshals right now. Our Brian Todd. Thank you very much coming up. Breaking news more details emerging from the White House letter attacking the special counsel, Robert Muller's investigation in a moment. Senator Mark Warner the top democrat on the Senate intelligence committee joys me for his first interview since the Muller report came out Russian Asian.

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Audio released of voicemail from Trump lawyer to Flynn lawyer, seen as attempt to deter cooperation with Mueller; Politico: Pelosi tells Democrats she wants to see Trump "in prison"

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Audio released of voicemail from Trump lawyer to Flynn lawyer, seen as attempt to deter cooperation with Mueller; Politico: Pelosi tells Democrats she wants to see Trump "in prison"

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But at the same American war cemetery in France, we sinks back into frustration slamming Robert Muller and Nancy Pelosi lock him up. Speaker Nancy Pelosi reportedly has told House Democrats. The doesn't want to see the president impeach- put that she does want to see him in prison. An American pawns has tensions escalate between the US and Russia Moscow continues to detain to Americans this letter we're putting using them as pawns. What's his goal? I'm wolf Blitzer? You're in the situation room. This is C. N N breaking news news for the first time, we are hearing of it into the Russia investigation on a federal judges orders audio has just been released the voicemail from President Trump's former lawyer to a lawyer for Michael Flynn, seen as an apparent effort to disrupt Flint's cooperation in the Russia investigation that certain to be one more big frustration for President Trump who has given way to his grudges today after winning threes for his solemn d day aniversary tribute to those who fought in the invasion of Normandy. But speaking on that very same hallowed, drown the president described former special counsel, Robert Muller as a quote full, and he called the house figure Nancy Pelosi nervous Nancy and a disaster Pelosi this week reportedly told a House Democrats, she doesn't want to see the president of peach, adding, I'm quoting now I want to see him in prison. House judiciary. Committee chairman Jerry Nadler, who told me yesterday here in the situation room that may come down to impeachment is quoted by sources saying, you'll subpoena Muller within weeks off, speak with congressman Jim Himes of the intelligence committee, and our correspondents and analysts will have full coverage of the day's top stories first. Let's get to the breaking news. Our senior Justice correspondent oven for as is with us. Evan first of all take us through what has just been released. But wolf, this is the first time that we're seeing some of the underlying evidence from the nearly two year Russia investigation, and at the orders of judge as you mentioned, this is an, this is a voicemail, that's been released by the Justice department is John Dowd. One of the president's attorneys back in November of two thousand seventeen right after Michael Flynn has decided to start cooperating with the government. And he has some concerns that he wants to raise this to this to this tape of the, of the voice mail. This is John again. Maybe I a sympathetic. I understand your situation. Let me see if I can. Stayed in stalls appearance. If you have. Will surprise me if he's awesome. They could you. With. I understand that you can't you joint such. If on the other hand. Did you feel nation? Implicates the president. We've got a national security issue or maybe necessary so the mall some issue we've got to deal with all for the dozen if he come. So. You know then. You only need sometime heads up just for the sake of. Protecting all all in just come without you having to give up any. Topping. So and if it's a former. Well. Then the what we've always said about. Feeling toward slim. Oh, that's so nice. Let me know and I appreciate your listening and taking the time based on. And we'll if again, we'd we'd heard we'd read some of the comments obviously, but it's a lot different to hear this audio and it's a bit rambling, but it does seem to portray that John Dowd was had some concerns had some worries about the idea that Michael Flynn would be cooperating with the special counsel, a special counsel certainly interpreted that way it that way. And in the report, the special counsel, said that they interpreted to mean that they were trying to essentially interfere with Michael Flynn's cooperation with this investigation. We do have a comment from a statement from John Dowd. When the this was initially the transcripts initially released and he said, quote, this is clearly, a baseless political document designed to smear and damage the reputation of council and innocent, people, do you think actually hearing the audio of the voicemail will make much of a difference as opposed to having read the transcript of what? This voice mail said, you know, I think it does. And again, this is one of the differences between seeing the Muller report and hearing from either Muller from people who are involved in putting it together. I think the American public, I think benefits from hearing, some of this evidence, seeing people who were involved in putting putting it together describe what it was that they were investigating what they're what they're certainly what their impressions were. And I think it makes a difference to hear the audio as opposed to just seeing a transcript, the always does, you know, it just makes a difference for people to understand what the context was, and perhaps, you know, it may make it clear. What exactly was was being what was being said, in this democrat is clearly wanna get a lot more of this kind of evidence, actual audio or video as they pursue their investigation. Right. There's also the audio of Michael Flynn's discussion with the former Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak. I think that would be an interesting thing for us to hear. Again a lot. There's been made about this, and, and certainly general Flynn's and the president's supporters would say that it's no big deal. But I think hearing it might give us a different impression. We also heard today that Michael Flynn, who awaiting sentencing has decided to go ahead and fire his lawyers seek new console or maybe already have new council. That's pretty unusual at this late moment. Right. Is a very unusual move. But I gotta tell you, what, if I think, I think we kind of expected this to have happened a little earlier, if you remember a few months ago, he was he was a routine hearing before judge Emmet Sullivan, and it sort of went off the rails in part, because of a filing made by the legal team that was representing general Flynn and in that in that filing, they suggested that he was railroaded, that the F B I tricked him into lying that the crimes were not as serious as the government had made it seem. So that really angered the. Government, the judge and really put Flynn in peril of having to spend time in prison even though the special counsel is not recommending any prison time. So I think this is perhaps a strategy by Flynn to sort of maybe go to the judge and say, look, my lawyer screwed up there. You gotta give me another chance and perhaps he can fix the situation and avoid going to prison. That's his goal here. Not going to prison. Evan perez. Thank you very much. Good reporting, our senior White House, correspondent, Pamela Brown is traveling with the president. She's Ireland right now. Pamela, the release of this tape comes just as the president is finishing up his trip to the UK, France. Ireland has there been any reaction so far from the White House? Well, no reaction, yet wolf on that front, but even as President Trump faces growing pressure back at home. He stuck to the script today and Normandy, he put divisive rhetoric to the side and gave a unifying speech to a crowd of world leaders and surviving veterans who stormed the beaches, seventy five years ago today. The streets of global delivering a soaring speech about the importance of foreign alliances abroad at the seventy fifth anniversary of d day this morning. Our bond is unbreakable tonight. The president is facing fractured alliances and old frustrations back home, during an interview with Fox News set to air later tonight. And with the backdrop of an American cemetery behind him, the president reverted to his criticism of the Russia investigation as special counsel, Robert Muller. He made such a fool out of himself to last time she because what people don't report is the letter he had to do to straighten out his testimony because his testimony was wrong. While also directing insults towards the speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi, I quoted nervous Nancy Nancy Pelosi doesn't talk about it. Nancy Pelosi is a disaster. Okay. She's a disaster and let her do what she wants. You know what I think they're in big trouble. I don't talk about the president. But before she arrived in France Pelosi made a stunning remark to her democratic colleagues. I don't wanna see him impeached. I want to see him in prison that according to multiple democratic sources, who spoke with politico, the statement coming amid questions on whether Pelosi in House Judiciary chairman, Jerry Nadler are on the same page when it comes to launch an impeachment against Trump, are you on the same page with the speaker, Nancy Pelosi when it comes to impeachment. As I said, we are launching an inquiry now and whether we'll launch an impeachment increa- it may come to that. Back home intensive negotiations with Mexico's foreign minister, and whether President Trump will follow through on his threat to slap of five percent tariff on Mexico, imports except to go into effect Monday. Berkshire doors. Berkshire doors in yesterday coming back this morning in Washington. Meeting at the White House. I think a lot of progress was made yesterday. But we have to make a lot of progress, they have to step up to step up to the plate. And perhaps they will we'll get to say they could solve the problem. We have some advances, and we have to return later to continue. Discussion tonight. Mr. Trump is back at his golf resort in Ireland after managing to stay on message during his day speech, despite the pressing issues back home to the men who sit behind me and to the boys who rest in the field before me. Your example will never ever grow old. And here in Ireland. We are told that President Trump has been getting updates on the meetings happening in Washington over the Mexico tariffs, and he's been weighing in from here, but press secretary, Sarah Sanders, just released a statement wolf saying that the president has not changed his mind that the tariffs are still set to go into effect in Mexico on Monday and wolf, the president would have to sign executive order by tomorrow in order for those tariffs to be averted. We'll, we'll see what happens Tamila Brown in Ireland for us traveling with the president, not a Capitol Hill here in Washington. A source tells CNN that the House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler has said he will subpoena. Former special counsel, Robert Muller within weeks. Let's go to our congressional correspondent some funny someone Nadler subpoena threat comes one day after he told me here in the situation room he hoped. He didn't have to resort to that kind of subpoena. What are you learning about the democratic strategy right now to get Muller to testify? Well, negoti? Nations will still going on between the House Judiciary committee and Robert Muller over the terms of a potential testimony up here on Capitol Hill. But now raw chairman Nadler, here clearly laying out more of a deadline sources telling CNN that now learned this week says that, if they cannot reach an agreement soon, then he will issue, a subpoena within weeks in Nadler has been very clear. He's been very vocal about saying that one way or the other. He things Robert Muller will be up here on Capitol Hill testifying, but he's scenes over the last days and weeks to try to be trying to give Robert Muller some room hopeful that they can figure it out hopeful that it would not come to the point of having to issue a formal subpoena. But now there are also being clear that if, if he does have to issue, a subpoena that something in that he would do. Here's what now they're told you last night in your show. Why are you so confident that the former special counsel, Robert Muller will appear in public before your committee without a formal subpoena? Well, I didn't say without a formal subpoena. Hopefully it won't come to that. But it may well are you confident he will appear one way or another with a subpoena or without Keno? Sure, sure, he's a he's an honest honorable person. Unlike the White House, which is defying congressional subpoenas. There is no legal excuse for denying the for defying these subpoenas. And I can't imagine that, that Mr. Muller would defy the law. He's an honorable person. And ask speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi about this yesterday. When shoes up here on Capitol Hill saying is it time now to just formerly subpoena, Robert Muller. And she says that she trusts the committee strategy on this one. But certainly, she said that, if a subpoena comes she hopes it would be friendly, and that Muller would actually show up and come through the house speaker, Nancy Pelosi reportedly said she wants to see the president of the United States behind bars despite not wanting to impeach him. What's the latest on that front? That was such a significant and rather stunning statement, coming from the speaker of the house, will it came, and it was first reported by politico should say it came in a closed door private meeting that Pelosi had on Tuesday with four chairs of her committee, and it comes at such a critical time for her as speaker. She is, as we've been discussing for the last days and weeks, been facing increasing pressure from members of her own party. Now, fifty nine Democrats within the house have called for her to. Formerly open an impeachment inquiry, and she's been working hard behind the scenes and really in front of the TV cameras expressing her strategies Saint trying essentially to keep that rebellion from boiling out boiling over focus on investigations been clear. She doesn't want to go down the path of impeachment too soon. So it certainly this sets up a potentially huge weeks next week. The house is not in session today or tomorrow, they'll be back next week, they will have contempt votes likely on Tuesday for the attorney general and former White House counsel Don Mcgann. So certainly a big week with a lot hanging over her head wolf, not we ride, so those body up on Capitol Hill. Thank you. Joining us now, democratic congressman Jim Himes of Connecticut. He's a member of the intelligence committee, congressman thanks so much for joining us. Good evening wolf on, let's begin with this newly released voice bail from the former Trump attorney John Dodd to an attorney for the former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, is this, the first time you've actually heard this recording. First time I've heard the recording. Of course, the transcript has been out there for a little while. And we'll look this is just a piece with what we know to be true about the president and his lawyers, which is they were doing everything they could to keep people from breaking and supporting the government's case we saw it, you know, everybody saw it. You didn't need to have access to classified information to see that the president said that Paul Manafort was standing strong and was admiring him on Twitter whereas Michael Cohen, who was cooperating was a week man. So this is all a part of a major effort, probably an illegal effort, one that I think, does qualify for obstruction of Justice at the president and his people did to try to stop the investigation as a whole and to try to stop people from cooperating with it. There's it make much of a difference from your perspective that we're now actually hearing, the audio of this, this voicemail, as opposed to simply reading the trans. Grant. Well, it doesn't make a big a great deal of difference from my perspective. You know, I we, we know the story here, obviously hearing, somebody actually say it that will that will sort of, I think Andrew public consciousness in a in a more intense way than reading words on a paper, well, but look at the, the larger story here is that there was a massive effort that started with the president himself, right down through his lawyers to encourage everybody who had been questioned by Muller to, to knock cooperate, and I think there is probably even more information down the road related to those efforts, you know, Michael Cohen obviously came before my committee and talked about some of the some of the editing of his of his statement, and Michael Cohen, obviously, not the very most of trustable of witnesses, but nonetheless, it's it, it paints. The picture of. Of, of just a unified effort on the part of the White House, and the president to keep people from cooperating with the investigation if they couldn't bring it to a close. The speaker as you you now know Nancy Pelosi is told some of her fellow Democrats in the house this week that she would rather. See President Trump in prison instead of impeach. Do you want to see President Trump in prison? Well, look, I, I you know, probably thirty to forty percent of the American public wants to see this president imprison. I think what Nancy Pelosi is saying, first of all, I think she's channeling the emotions of a lot of people who are very emotional who look at the behavior of this president, the constant lying the use of tariffs against our best allies in biggest trading partners. You know, the attacks on the media, the attacks on judges and just say, this is not who we are. Now what Nancy Pelosi has the leader of the Democrats needs to do is that she needs to manage and think a little bit longer term than just those who are saying impeachment proceedings should begin. Now, I think she's sort of understands that the Jerry Nadler, and the rest of the committee chairman are doing the investigations, they are being stonewalled with the White House. If all of a sudden Nancy Pelosi says now we're doing impeachment. It's not like all of a sudden, the White House is going to cooperate. So I think she is laying the groundwork winning in court as you know. That we, we did two weeks ago with two judges saying you've got to comply with congressional subpoenas. Getting testimony out there, maybe a Bob Muller testimony so that this is a careful and deliberate and not an emotionally driven effort. Well, let me press you, congressman. Do you want to see the president of the United States in jail? More than anything else. Will I this isn't about my feelings are about retribution? Look, the, the lizard brain that I have says, I hope bad things happen to this man, because he has been so destructive to our Republic to the concept of democracy to the concept that internationally we are a light unto the nation. So, yes, I have my emotional reactions. But look, we are a nation that is of a rule of we are a nation of laws. So, so what I really hope, and this is me, personally speaking, what I really hope is that if impeachment is not a mechanism of accountability, and I will tell you flat out that I can't imagine anything happening anything at all happening that would cause the Senate to convict, and therefore remove this president so impeachment stops in the house, in my opinion. My real hope is that in twenty twenty the American voters look into their hearts. Think about the generation that we've been celebrating today. Who has young men decided that they would give their lives for this country? Think about the generation that rebuilt Europe the paid for it, that didn't live by the notion of America, first or me, first and say, hey, this is not who we are. We're going to elect a different president, that to me that is how this country redeems itself, whether one nasty individual, you know, spends his, his years in jail is a lot less important to me than the redemption of the values that animate this country. I asked the question. Congressman not only because of what Nancy Pelosi told her fellow Democrats in the house about preferring to see him in prison rather than being impeached. Because Democrats is, you know, they've heavily criticized President Trump for himself talking about jailing his own political opponents. He's raised the possibility of their committing treason, former senior officials in the Justice department, the intelligence community, the FBI. So what she is just what you're now saying is that any different when you're suggesting? Maybe the president belongs in jail. It is when the president of the United States, the leader of the country says something it is different than when even a member of congress says something, the president command the most powerful apparatus in human history that is the executive branch of the government with the military with the FBI et cetera. He commands the most powerful institution that human beings have ever seen. So yes, what the president by the way he speaks for the country. I don't speak for the country if unlucky, I speak for just more than half of my constituents, but the president speaks for the country. So of course, it matters much more and look, I'm a I'm a big believer in, in civil language, which is, you know, why I am setting aside my personal feelings about whether the president should be in prisoner. Not I'm a big believer in in, in civil conversation. I think I think we owe it to our country to be civil and thoughtful about the way we talk about politics, but wolf of co. Of course when the president United States who speaks for every American who speaks for this two hundred and forty year old experiment democracy when he speaks it is very different than anybody else in this country will the speaker of the house, the second in line to the presidency. So she's got an enormous amount of responsibility as well. Let me get your reaction to what congressman Jerry Nadler, the chairman of the judiciary committee said here last night in the situation room. He wouldn't say specifically, whether he would open in a peach mint, and quiry without speaker, Pelosi's blessing. So as far as you're concerned are you on the same page as Nancy Pelosi right now in preferring to defer any formal impeachment? Procedure. I am on the same page. I think it is very unlikely if not impossible, that any committee, chair would do something independently of the speaker, one of the wonderful things about the democratic majority is that, while we have as many opinions as the Democratic Party has always had we are acting as a team right now. And, and, and I will tell you that we are universally the president's comments notwithstanding. We are universally standing in awe of Nancy, Pelosi's, leadership ability here. You know, I I've said this before Nancy Pelosi is already a historic figure as the first woman speaker of the house in American history. She has her eye right now not unwilling for president, not on being governor of the state of California. She has her eye on one thing, and one thing, only, which is what is right for this country and what her role because history is pointing at her. What her role is, and making sure that. Congressman United States does what's right for the country. And that does that, that may mean and I think it does mean that right now you take care, and you act with some prudence when people are very emotional, as they every right to be about the behavior of this president. But then you take the long view as I think Nancy Pelosi is doing right now and that doesn't mean she's not going to be in favor of impeachment for weeks from now. Three months from now for months from now today. She's being prudent and careful and keeping your eye on the big picture hundreds for Jim Himes, as usual. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you wolf up next, we'll have more on the breaking news the audio there's now been released of a voicemail from President Trump's former lawyer to our lawyer for Michael Flynn of wizard an attempt to try to dissuade Flynn from four operating with the special counsel. Remember to create an ad like this one, visit pure winning dot com slash CNN. We're now actually able to hear some of the audio the evidence serve reviewed by the special counsel, Robert Muller, after a federal judges order, the Justice department has just released the recording of a voicemail from one of the president's attorneys to the lawyer for the former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, Flynn's attorneys interpreted it as a possible attempt to try to deter Flynn from cooperating with the Muller investigation want to discuss this, and more, with our political and legal experts, and Joey Jackson. Let me play the audio of this mail. Listen closely to this. Understand, is to worship. Let me see if I can. State is in stalls up terms. If you have. Surprise me. If he's all. So could you. With. You only need sometime has. Just for the sake of. Protecting all on become without you having to give up. Helping. Remember what was all about? Because you feel would Flynn. That's nice. So join that was a portion of the voice mail, you think this represents potentially solid evidence of obstruction. There's no question in my mind wolf that it does for the following reasons and what appears to me, if I had to have takeaways from that, that tape right there. These would what they would be number one at appears as the president is unnerved and certainly although his attorney is speaking in a calm voice, that he's unnerved as well about the prospect of some cooperation, having taken place, which would implicate the president, number two based upon the cooperation, that's implicating the president, there fishing to confirm whether or not that cooperation exists, number three, he's offering a pardon, you know, the feelings of the president, and as a result of these feelings of the president, they still stand, and so call it, what you will spin it. How you will what is said is clear. And to me, that is evidence of obstruction last point wolf, and that's this when you're looking at obstruction or any evidence. You can't look at it and I. Salaciously everything is a data point. You have to look at this aspect of the president's conduct his attorney on his behalf and you have to look at every other aspect of his conduct is prosecutors do, when they build the case. So if you want to build a case for obstruction, and you look at this piece match with the other eleven items at Muller, said exists, void you have it. Jackie we've had the transcript of this voice since last month. But hearing it clearly makes a difference. I mean, clearly that it's always better that the public here. See have more information in order to back up, what the mullahs report was was based on that said, I don't know that this changes minds and it certainly doesn't change the Muller report itself. But more information is always good. We'll be go Ron Bronx moved away. And what do you think? Ron. Well, I think it just underscores the potential impact of televised hearings on the entire Muller report, because despite the special counsel, Muller's kind of quaint notion that all Americans are going to read through a four hundred page report that is written with a lot of double double negatives. And, you know, very closely considered legal language, the fact is, is that hearing and seeing as Jackie enjoy a both said is very powerful. And this is just only one of many examples of how bringing the mullahs report to life. I think does represent a kind of a clear and present danger to the president also underscores whether Democrats want to hear from Robert Muller, who was himself, even if he only comes back to congress and reads from his report to hear him, say, all of this would be very significant as Ron was talking, I was thinking to myself, I think of what Robert Muller did in the nine minutes at the end of last month where he talked. He didn't really say any words. If if you just read a transcript, that weren't contained in the mode report. But what why does it matter that you have audio and visual because you can tell emphasis you can tell the same reason that you don't play poker remotely? Or if you do your probably bad gambler because you need to see everyone around you how they react. What's their intonation? How'd you come out of that Muller nine minutes, saying he wanted to do this to make clear that he had no option to charge Donald Trump in his reading of law, and he wanted to make clear that Donald Trump was not exonerated? And if he had been exonerated the MP had been able to say down Trump was exonerated he would've. So there's a difference. It's a pow visual and audio or powerful ways in which we communicate and you can get more from that than just words on a page. Right. And it's part of the reason why the president doesn't tear point doesn't want his former Nizer's his former testifying kind of congress. It has everything to do not a -sarily what they might say because they might not say anything new. But it's that visual, it's that in front of the cameras that the president is very attuned to. Only one lesson. The remember we're not talking necessarily here in terms of the legal case right now. Right. Just sparkman says he can't be charged while he's a sitting president what we're talking about. Why Jackie's point is so right on? We're talking about the swing of public opinion visa the impeachment right in the way in which that happens is not being like did you read page two hundred fifty two of the mole report. It's right. It was a good page. It's, it's having Robert Muller or, or, you know, these people Joey quickly to weigh in, because at the very end of that voicemail, we hear John Dowd, say, remember what we've always said about the president and his feelings towards Flynn, which to some suggest, maybe he's laying out the possibility. If Flynn a dozen cooperate. There could be a presidential pardon bingo. And that's absolutely the point the point is, is that when you're speaking, sometimes you speak in language, which you and I know what it's about wolf because we've talked about this before, but we wanted to skies it into certain way. And so I'm, I'm not attempting to be. Various. I'm not attempting to spout conspiracy theories. I'm simply analyzing what we hear and what we hear is someone saying, you'll get a part. And if you look out for me, everybody stand by there's a lot more. We're following right now. Much more on the breaking news right after this. The right sheets can take your sleep, and your style to the next level with Boll and branch. The upgrade has never been more, forcible. Every set is crafted from one hundred percent organic cotton. They get softer and softer over time. That's why they have thousands of five star reviews and even three US presidents have Boll and branch sheets. Try them for thirty nights. And if you don't love them, send them back for a full refund. Go to bollandbranch dot com today for fifty dollars off your first set of sheets, plus free shipping with promo code CNN to spelled B O L L, andbranch dot com. That's bollandbranch dot com, promo code CNN, too. We're back with our political or legal experts crystal is what do you make of the speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi, telling some of her fellow Democrats in the house that she really doesn't want to see the president United States? Impeach. She wants to see him in prison. Joey mentioned last segment context, as it relates to obstruction. Donald Trump context matters here, too. Right. Why is Nancy Pelosi having this meeting? At least one reason is to try to continue to hold back the forces, including some. Committee chairman level, who want impeachment proceedings to begin the start of an impeachment inquiry to be open. And so, what's one way to do that without outside events sound a really strong rhetorical point? Like, you know, hey guys I'm with the I want wanna see more than impeach impeachment. I wanna see imprisonment. I think that's what she's doing here. And I think she knows what she's doing here because she does not she said many times publicly Donald Trump wants us to impeach him and makes some victim, the Senate, Jim Himes said, this t- wilt, the Senate is not going to Republican controlled Senate, not going to convict Donald Trump, therefore you give him the issue without getting anything out of it, and, and what she's what she's leaning against is member saying. But this is our constitutional race whether or not the end, it's going to be what we want this is still something that we should do. And that's what she's beating back against and it's tough because it's getting louder and the more that. That you give credence to the fact that the president may have committed crimes. That's that might be counter-productive with some of these numbers, you feel passionately and look at the look at just looking at your response to you yesterday, wolf and that tells you everything you need to know. Are you Nancy Pelosi on the same page with impeachment? We're working it out. I mean you go ahead and a break yet. Yeah, as I say, I mean look, she's managing tracks. We don't talk about it much. But they pass the dream act, this week they've now past six of the nine legislative priorities. They laid out at the beginning of the year, and they've had a total of two dissenting votes. From Democrats on all six combine, which is unimaginable and other democratic majorities in about three dozen Democrats voted against the Affordable Care Act. So on the legislative side, they are actually kind of systematically, implementing the agenda, they ran on and putting the ball in the court of Mitch McConnell is so far has gotten away with completely ignoring all of the things that are being passed on the other side. She's trying to manage as Chris said, she's trying to manage this demand for impeachment, which is still pretty much confined to Democrats from safer district. You don't have a lot of Democrats from swing districts, Trump districts were out a banging the gong for that. You know, I wrote today, I think they are over learning the lessons of Bill Clinton, in one thousand nine hundred eight the fact is that, yes, Republican. Loss house seats after impeaching Clinton in ninety eight when the country to the support it of, but they lost five house seats and they maintain control of the house and two years later in the presidential race. The arguments that were raised it impeachment where report and part of George W Bush's winning presidential campaign. She may have more leeway than she thinks, but for now she is really keeping a lid on it. I think largely out of deference to those thirty one House Democrats in districts that voted for Trump in two thousand Joe, you're you're the legal expert when Nancy Pelosi says she wants to see the president of the United States, imprisoned rather than it peach, is that just rhetoric. Is that at all realistic? You know, I think it could be realistic. And I think that easiest way from a legal perspective. I was advising to impeach the president is to defeat them in twenty twenty and here's what I mean, I think peach mint would be an exercise in futility. Why? Because ultimately, he will not be removed or otherwise convicted, right? As Chris cillizza says, by the Senate, it's not going to happen. They don't have the votes in the event, however, that you wait and you. Feet, the president and he's prosecuted, what she can be as a citizen out of office. There's an instance where he's not in peach, but he ends up in jail, if we're going to subscribe to the notion that no person is above the law, and that applies to the president people are going to have to ask themselves, very seriously and politicians alike. Do we want to set the president of having it precedent of having a president NGO because that's exactly where he could be should he be prosecuted once he leaves if he's defeated. And the fat. The fact is that he even he is a ready in essence and unindicted co conspirator in, in the case that has Michael Kohn in jail. And that is hanging out there in two thousand twenty one but it is also worth noting that again, if you look back at the full frame of nine hundred ninety eight in two thousand even though Bill Clinton was not removed from office, by, by the democratic by the Republican controlled Senate, the issues that were raised in impeachment were an important part of the next presidential campaign when George Bush ran on restoring honor and dignity to the Oval Office. No one had any confusion about what he was what he was talking about, just sort of add to Ron's point, very quickly, Newt Gingrich's. The problem of why we remember ninety eight the way we did Newt Gingrich a week before the ninety eight election was saying, we're gonna win thirty seats thirty five seats on impeachment. If you can get you said, nothing then runs right? We would've see it back as sort of a wash election as opposed to this big rejection of impeachment. Gingrich was speaker of the house. Our guys stick around. There's more news. We're following including Vladimir. Putin using two detained Americans hawn's as using them as ponds in a bigger game to increase his power. From CNN films. Apollo eleven experience humanity's greatest feed. Like you've never seen before their nail. With newly discovered incredible footage. Entertainment Weekly says it's so pristine and Chris Plante. Feels like it was shot yesterday. We. Come on, for one wild ride. Apollo eleven Sunday June twenty third at nine on CNN. While President Trump and European leaders gathered in France to commemorate d day Russia's President Vladimir Putin stayed home to host the splashy forum to encourage business investment, and boost his struggling economy. The United States mostly is boycotting Putin's for them largely because the Russians are detaining a pair of Americans. Let's go to our senior national correspondent, Fred pike. And he's joining us live from Moscow right now Fred, tell us born are these American simply pawns in a larger game between the US and Russia. Well that's a big question wolf. And the Russians are continuing to say that there's nothing political behind these detentions, but of course, the US sees that very dif- very differently. They're very angry about the fact that these two Americans are still being detained it's very weighing very heavily on the economic forum here in St Petersburg, learning. Tonight. A lot of MIR Putin's favourite economic forum almost completely without American participation. After Russia, placed American, Michael Calvin, one of the biggest foreign investors I in jail, and then under house arrest cowbys detention. Another factor, escalating tensions between the US and Moscow Kremlin spokesman claimed the case is not political cocoa, but you're saying that we would prefer, Michael Calvi to attend. The Saint Petersburg economic forum among other investors in of course, regret that he has problems with law. President Trump continues to seek federal relations with Vladimir Putin. The US remains at odds with Russia on a wide range of topics hitting Moscow with a flurry of sanctions prompting a rare personal jab from Putin's to, but it in term. Despite the fact that President Trump has broken all records in imposing sanctions on Russia. Nevertheless with him in the office trade between the United States and Russia has increased by five billion dollars Americans detained in Moscow remain a major issue. Another American citizen security expert. Paul Whalen has been in custody for months, charged with espionage. We Lynn recently, issuing a call for help. I wanted to tell the world that I'm. The victim of clinical kidnap and ransom. Obviously, no credibility to the situation. This is retaliation for sanctions. There is absolutely no legitimacy. I've been threatening. My personal safety has been threatened. There are abuses and harassment that I'm constantly subjected to while the US embassy officials have been able to visit Paul. They say their access has been inadequate and bow to protest his treatment, his told this before that he feels that he is under psychological pressure to confess. And in this case, we're now hearing that he feels that he is under physical threat, as well to confess. And I guarantee you, we will protest this fact with the Russian government all we pretrial detention. We'll go on for at least several more months as for Michael Calvi Moscow has indicated he might be released from house arrest, but only to attend the economic forum and Saint Petersburg for a day. And the Russians also trying to throw this right back at America Moscow, saying that they believe that the Americans are trying to dissuade companies from taking part in the form and investing here in Russia. The Russians for their part are saying, look, if the Americans don't want invest, they'll find other partners the one country, they're really making a push for right now wolf is the Chinese. Great interesting. Fred plight giving port report. Thanks very much friends in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Coming up. There's breaking news. We have exclusive new details about the fight over impeachment of source says, did you this year? He committee chairman Jerry never wants to launch an each fiery, but is reluctant to cross. The speaker Nancy Pelosi by going. The manhunt for the Golden State killer is over. And there's a suspect in custody. How did law enforcement finally ID him after searching for over forty years, who exactly is the suspect that Joseph James the Angelo, how did he fly under the radar for decades? And what are some of the victims and their families saying about the arrest? 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"It's the doctor. Bill Eagles presented by neutral medical dot com. Call Eight eight eight six four zero and welcome back we have. Andrew Jackson will behave connecting in just a minute. He's a Jew political analyst and author and a Christian. And we're GONNA talk about some major issues that are brewing There's never been a more violent time. I'm an American politics and right now in fact what's going on with the Demon Radical Party With Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi. I call her lousy. Because he's Lousy Rosie Mr Radler I call him a rattlesnake loose and and Mr Schiff last fillers his name change from f. f. t. t that's what he's full of. We have a situation now where the Democratic Party. You're driving the country into into oblivion. They're not reducing drug prices Asia ratifying the US MC agreement with Mexico and Canada or dealing with the border or anything in fact if anything they actually want open borders get rid of the the D. H. S. Opened up the prisons have open. Borders supply A broken health care system to everyone and bankrupt the country And destroy our military by blowing the budget. So we needed to understand. That's what's going on we have Andrew Schalken here Andrew. I welcome to the program okay. you see the numbers not working right to nine two seven six one. I've got this number eight here. So Hi Andrew. I've got You on my speaker phone because uh-huh okay great. Well I'm going to get the studio to contact you in a second. Because somehow they I don't know why they say they can't contact us through the numbers and sending ending it over to my board off you hang up on. They're going to recall used to say. Yeah so yeah your phone number. I've sent it over to are ward off. Okay just one second okay. There's a number again. I talked to him a second ago. So does work so we'll reconnect now. Here the issues we have the Democratic Party trying to impeach trump on nothing which is normal discussions veterans the job of the President President. Make sure that the country's not corrupt when we give them money our money our tax money to supply their country was ever military protection water resources. Whatever what the Democrats are doing completely insane in fact when we have private conversations between the president anybody of any of the nation trump? Release the Dossier you want to call the transcript. The transcript dialogue because of the crazy Democrats have been trying to impeach him from the moment he was actually inaugurated aggravated three years of insanity of the Russia Gate. And of course what we have. This situation Okay we've got okay Andrew let's this let's roll. Okay now you've been an author of a number of books. What gives the latest over the books and some of the key issues to deal with The books are I first rush. Let me make clear that I am a A Christian who takes the full authority of Scripture as well as the star Christian faith then changed my views in that respect. Because I think it's absolutely and we're strong Christians to so and the audience listening wave not Christian you better become one because with only movement toward Subservience to the most I god. You can't do good if you don't do. God had an extra and if America does not repent it's going to be destroyed and so we'll the people's verse. I I agree with you and let me tell you about these folks The first one is called on the Christian worldview it hits. This book hits both religious and political issues. I forget what it does. Cover the issue of abortion which I do vehemently opposed at the other for the second book is Faith Culture Politics Philosophy again? A mix of politics philosophy and law and I have the Book Fried Friday prime me here and And of course Christianity another book is I just wrote recently. Went on the Powell and which the two which are Jesus does give many warnings in these rules about what can happen to us. Unfortunately and and I also do book select legal topics and select the topics I wanted to. I'm presently finishing a book on the Psalms working on one on the miracles. rickles in the Bible and One on the saying to Christ in the Gospels but these are all on the pipeline. Yeah now I want to mention a couple of principles that I try to teach across the board it under shows. You can't good unless you do God in other words if you don't have a relationship with God you can't do good. You can't do it in your own mind in your own ideas because Do let us right in your own is is actually the definition of evil chancery number. Never to We have to understand. Our nation has done great good but also does great evil and some. It's by mistake or tons because a lot of our politics is run by secret orders that are basically either on the left or the right in. Both of them are wrong. We have things going on even inside. The trump government which I don't agree with Overall the the man has got a good heart and wants to do things but we honest with a lot of things that are happening under his watch that are not good at all like recycle toxic water five network et et. CETERA wants to deal with their borders wants trade and wants to protect the nation. We're trying to get through to trump because there is a danger of Russian nucs and lower chiloe island north Venezuela as well and Nick Nicaragua and he wants to work out. So I'M GONNA deal so we make Russia back in the G eight nations but Russia's basically perforating nuclear weapons and China's got the weaponized islands. And they've actually been stealing intellectual property and WanNa control their own documents from g the production of all commercial goods and eventually AI. By Twenty Twenty twenty-five it's actually written by g the new Emperor of China so we have a situation where evil is gripping our world. The re the so-called churches by and large large are dead on arrival there basically irrelevant because basically milk and cookies. Churches are not teaching strong Nicole Special Forces Christianity. Being a real. Christiane is not an easy thing. It's a serious to submit. God it actually prey on everything you do is not easy because we have to constantly return and become humbled and what I see happening. Our nation has double grace good and great evil and the fact is right now. We're on nice edge because if we turn turned to the demon rats and they take over power twenty twenty four impeach trump Before the election or twenty twenty four. We're done America will receive great judge from from most. I got their abortion rate up to the moment delivery and even infanticide. They're open borders release. The prisons getting rid of ice other the Second Amendment First Amendment Rights. We will see civil war in this country. We all see a degradation economy. And we'll see the end of America's we know that'll happen and all of these demon. Rats are being avatar. Transformational extra planetary entities are actually learning dwelling playing like video games are world leaders including leaders in the river got party and many even Republicans like re Romney. We're dealing with great evil that's gripping our world and even the Vatican is pushing an agenda suggesting that the extraterrestrials can actually were like Darth vader. There are father and they genetic be crazy the progenitor race of humans on earth and evangelize us so people need to realise evil has gripped. Our world is such an extent. Now we're heading toward economic geoclimatic back a political disaster. That's going to destroy much of the human race and you don't watch it and we need to repent before God otherwise guy can rescue us not just from a physical land of horrifying horrifying death but an eternal end of NY elation. Because you don't go to hell to play games like with seven Davis Junior Flip Wilson and Howell drink hot drinks you get annihilated annihilating. God is a crater but he's also destroy you're not Satan Satan to pervert the destroyer as God when you lost go beyond grace and you receive judgment. People need to know that don't they. Yeah but they don't take seriously enough. They don't realize they don't show respect and God wants us to be his sons and daughters autres. He wants us to become the Queen of Heaven when he returned and Mary the human race saved so we become evangelist for the cosmos. We're at right now is Satan is here and his and his minions to destroy the human race and they're getting pretty damn close may look at the policies. We talked about last hour with Deborah Devaras. Look at the other shows if you did last week. With the Elliott Muzuli things are prank gain. Extreme and these are not open to theories anymore. Uses Inglewood actually. It's a conspiracy theory that term was invented by the CIA to discredit those people who ask tough questions and have evidence or classified access information. This is an open anybody's opinion anymore. And it's all in the Bible. This is nothing new everything we talk about has got reflections in the old and New Testament does so I think we are very close to judgment judgment we don't we have a very short time. Grace left and repentance necessary now for America to be saved because we're close to a catastrophe not just America America if America will go down the toilet grace will be withdrawn from the planet earth. We're going to see a death of a much of the human race and not just physical death but he served journal Separation and annihilation and the place called the lake of fire. That's not good and people don't realize how close we are disaster isn't it. I am waiting for you go ahead oh well I I agree with you. You I believe that President trump although he may have faults and deficiencies. He's I think He he has attempted to do an honest piece of work for the most part. We want to talk to him to to try to straighten straighten him on some facts or areas because he's surrounded by people from the project new American Century globalist on the left and right and I think he he operates the government. Almost it's like a game show host where he listens to game show host number four that he thinks will add opinion. Looks pretty good. So we'll try that now. He doesn't let people push him so for example when McMaster a year and a half ago try to push into voter quartermaine troops in series. And now we're not going to do that now. I'm concerned way. He handled removing the twenty-eight troops And having to put you know personnel career back into oil wells in northern Syria. Because when you when you walls don't let the Russians took her airbase the Russians Russians Iranians and Turks took over the territory and the Kurds were then handed over into the arms of a brochure. Lozad who we should probably carved away from the Russians and and the Iranians because the Iranians are now back doorstep of Israel and Israel has to actually take those missile silos because aimed at their territory which is good we took over the Golan Heights an in recommended it in Israel took that territory because radon overall settlements. But I think we are in grave danger. Because Israel's put against the wall to the Samson option option and that means any nation attacking Israel will be annihilated in fact they don't realize every capital in the world is has a new cabinet the Russia that Israel can blow up if they are you put like the Temple of God ready to be destroyed. Like a like a Samson what I see happening. ISRAEL'S NOT GONNA put up with it. They're not it doesn't matter. It's Russia China or anybody attacking them or Muslims. There'll be annihilated if they try even if they do succeed do great extent. Herman damage Israel W destroyed and the problem is the whole world be destroyed at the same time because we we'll trigger off nuclear chemical and biological war. ISRAEL'S NOT GONNA put up with him we should have that tree that trump Dr vote between Nelson Israel. We should have missile defense systems. We should start preemptively dissecting away shirl Assad in Syria from the arms of the Iranians because the next step with a nuclear war. Damascus like it says in the Bible will be nuked and that is only ten miles from the northeast border of Israel. People realize Damascus is right on the border. Isn't it it is how do you feel there at that. Withdrawing our military pressure. I'm here yeah Afghanistan stupid. You can't withdraw in the middle of a battle. What they should have done is surgically go in there and just blast the heck out of them with their most advanced weapons which means annihilate the Iranian silos inside Syria aimed at Israel's hurt go in and take over Hezbollah in southern Lebanon in the Bekaa Valley Put Russia on notice that. You're not going to get back in the economy in fact closed down. The bank accounts of Mr Putin knows all the guards and The nukes and lowered Sheila Island and and where to Nicaragua. And that'll put Mr Putin. And his bunch of maniacs Russia on notice the same China China wants to steal all the intellectual property and control even ai by twenty twenty five which is the A.. B. System prophesied in the Bible revelation. Thirteen that they want to control the beast. which is the artificial intelligence super? God Cyber God that they're building how do you. How do you feel about the Muslim religious system? Political should what we should sir. Twenty percent of Muslims will attack other fellow Americans in their own internal poll. Two years ago fifty two percent which suggests that they'll take surreal over American American constitution and state law. I think we should put a ban on further Muslim immigration. We should start closing down moss reporting imams. What they're still coming in the country? Yeah I don't think we should allow Muslims. I think it's just not. Oh yeah there is all kinds of the thing is we should not permit them Islam and the American constitution do not mix us like all on water. We should start realizing report when they get the requisite numbers I minority while it didn't get back in city and when they got just from one territory near Quebec City. They tried to change the dietary rules five years ago in Quebec Canada for everyone understanding. Someplace like Deerfield Michigan where they of course he will doing already. There's ten thousand cells inside the United States with advanced weapons. Forty two live ammunition training camps clean. One just outside New York call Is Largely Whoa evil. Hell you'll have to understand the Muslim regular evil satanic from from the bowels of Haiti's the moon more got Mecca Medina is the bows of Satan. It is not a religion according to to lead in and theater Chabad. Well it used to be bargain for the whole family legacy emergency food is the top recommendation from Dr Bell. Deal for the Los Auction concentration. The largest entrees about protein. 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Two eight eight seven one or Newton medical dot com and listen to the mission mixture medical report on the Genesis Radio Network with open. Lines every weekday moocher medical dot com bringing nutrition and medicine together in Asia Minor. Six or now the seventh is no longer exists. Right and we're back we have Edry a couple of really good questions that are on the break. Repeat what you uh-huh okay. I think you defined very important point doctor. Dr Daego namely that the Muslim immigration gration is a deliberate attempt to establish a presence in western countries with the object of domination and conquest is that I left left and the right and both sides are globalist are collaborating with bringing the Muslims into break the country up into calls Balkanisation. They break us up in different religious and sexual orientation Asian groups and then destroy the country. Make US borderless and part of a new world order Francis. Let me get your take on this. He said in Vatican Attic Vatican to shed and Francis back that up that Christians in Muslim worship the same God. He said they said it. He's a lying piece of human garbage. He's he's not a Christian first church he's he's not a Christian he's a druid. Okay you have to understand the minor on the head of the pope is a fish head toward the sky. Worship God dig on the Moon War God of Mecca Medina Medina the same God by the way it was there when when John was on the beach by the whale the sperm whale. It's been out on the coast near in Syria. A near Niniveh. It's the same God by the way the King of dinovite who's to worship and when Joel actually came on all white and prophesied king repented. They delayed judgement on for forty years until his grandson became king. And they then God brought judgment giant city twenty by twenty by twenty miles the European about this stuff to dig. I knew very bright guy and you got a handle on things. Left launched interested in Christianity. Replace it with a universal kind of a universal church. I call it Ah ANTIFA tourism which basically means they WanNa Gospel of alien beings that have created a genetically. They WanNA aliens EVAC already. said to evangelize realized as they WANNA make sure that he's not even relevant and and by the way they want to limit all religion including Boone Awesome Grom Catholicism even Islam and by the way the left doesn't care because if you read the three letters of of There were putting the British wish museum by Albert Pike. Last one put their back in eighteen. Sixty it makes it very plain that their intention is to get rid of all religions except for satanism which he's basically draft dimensional and and Trans Galactic ruled by poetic. Because they're Satanists there Satan as they worship the transfer rulers which are the ancient ones are now unveiling our world leaders. I repeat doesn't Aleph sleep with Islam. The left opposes. Christianity doesn't sleep with Islam for now but they're both going to be destroyed right they do so I Don't they they're delusional. They can manage Islam- they're crazy if you're in Saudi Arabian you're gay your throat the eleventh floor window you'll be before Friday morning prayers right Throw gaze off ques- yeah absolutely You have to understand. Islam has gay sex before the child. Young man is is a puberty because it's considered for example. I have friends in special forces were in Afghanistan standing told not to bother the Afghan military because they actually have gay sex with young boys chained to their beds. They do do that. And and and I consider normal and they actually get a dispensation to even have a prostitutes for say to our temporary marriage that then go to the the local you know Muslim cleric and get a dispensation for two or four hour. Let's say prostitution and considering legal. So so they they tried to turn into something. That's a legal contract including evil. And it's by the law to Ken Morona. It's a lot of light to those. Were Not Islamic so you you can subjugate Andrew murder them. Aren't there enough women to do stuff with their what they're doing right now. Women are considered a piece of property in Islam. You have man camel sheep goat and woman is at the bottom of the list. Women are property and women over there which is amazing to me. These two women that are in our Congress Congress right now wanNA fighting in push Islam like this other was low maniac. You don't understand that women are treated like absolutely human garbage in Islam. They're not treated like persons at all and they want to push their agenda here in America and it suicidal suicidal. We believe that the women in Islam all going to rebel against what they do to them. I don't think most people have enough guts. I see the same the Christian church you know you don't want biggest. Frustration is even on. Her people are not willing to ask tough questions. US questions you're smart guy and you're tough mall's those people are afraid to ask questions because they don't want to think that someone has a answers and I'm inspired by the most. I God given talents but also incident inspiration. There is not a problem almoner that I can't give you an immediate answer or a breakdown of the problem to his constituent parts in any area health geopolitical or spiritual. I know the answer to everything because I'm called. Of course he was in fact. I have a document from SHABAZZ DOT COM S. H. O. E. BAD DOT com him and he actually supported spreading. In fact. I put it in my video just yesterday. That Barack Obama pushed Basically Islamism basically Islamic vacation of the West. That's why is second in command. Mister Brennan worked directly to TRY TO DESTROY MR trump rate from the won't before I even got a speech in Egypt. Obama that he looked forward to the day when they're being Lamin president will he wasn't Islamic. President people need to understand who Barack Obama was. Do you know what his name means in Kenya because he was not born in. America was born in Kenya's grandmother actually was also Muslim school in Indonesia. You know what his actual name means in Kenya. I Dunno lightning fallen. I'm from heaven. You know what that title me into the Bible Lucifer. The blue the blue light the Liar Madison. You never was a citizen. He's a liar right. He takes so long fault. He has a false idea from From someone else's social security number number from Connecticut he never lived there but the problem. Is You see two years ago listening to my program. Ns agents actually sent me the photo shopped. Opt Original Photoshop dubbed vaults birth certificate of Barack Obama. I have all the documents I get everything agents. Listen to me on on the show and actually contact me after the show and seventieth specific documents contacts inside the Pentagon Centcom Homeland Security. And say okay. Do you believe conversative. Getting he produced was fake absolutely. He's a liar and again remember president's key member his his daughter she's on yeah. Men would be Mika Brzezinski. These are pieces of human satanic garbage there in dwelt by transfer mentioned entities are generally possessed and they're not not here for the human race or not even for their own salvation and by the way when he if die they're not just going to have physical deaths are going to have annihilation of their soul. There's thrown into lake a fire and it's not a place to play games with Flip Wilson and same Davis Junior. It's where you become an isolated you cease to exist and the fire of Hell's an internal fire realizing your boat to cease to exist. It's going to take forever to annihilate you Do you think that He got his college and Law. School remarks go I think what I've heard from my sources that he wasn't even there in these supposedly. It was an author of a specific section of the of the of the thing but none nobody else going at that school even remembered him. What does he was actually working as an agent for a speaking language most countries? I don't think so. I think he's a liar. And then when you saw legislation in in Illinois he actually proposed legislation to cause infanticide up to three years of eight. Not just abortion. But if the child had birth defect to kill him up to three years of age dino what do you think the because he's a liar Everything Barack Obama's alive. I don't think so right. Everything is remember new secret orders. The Guy who wrote the bookable Ottoman recommended changes name is his name. His name was not Barack Obama. His name was trying to members named it was Indonesian And when he came here you applied to the school in California as a student from Indonesia and he actually got a supporting supporting bursary to get them to go to a local college in California. Brock Obama is invention but they laugh at us. Because we're so stupid we put up with it now with trump. How did he get the money to come to do? Become one standard here. That takes a lot of money billionaires behind the Satan back in this context. Ignore Brzezinski wrote to Grandchild's board another billionaires for example. That are supporting him the he no he does now. There's a lot of money. In fact he's got contracts with big media people like net flicks. How did he we get again? How did he get he get to be a senator? Because the powers that be wondering it'd be one just like go through The erode scholarship just like electric like dry like a Bill Clinton ten percent or so. He'll say psychopath. Psychological testing was associated. Psychopaths have you talked to people. Louis behavioral younger. He's a psychopath okay. And so you got promoted by the satanist behind him and the billionaires of wanted this devil to being controlled when he was walking. Yeah Yeah but there's lots of money to people that are sadness okay. High level internal orders secret orders and by the way his two children. There's two daughters are not even his own. I happen to know from my sources intel sources. They're actually donated daughters from female and male doctor. The donated those daughters others are not his and his so-called Wife Michelle is Mike. Who's actually a Trans Chans? Email have really good evidence that biometric and other evidence. So if you remember Mama's completely a fake pressure at one breaking I don't think very much evidence of you did it was all Zala Shan member just like anything. If you have the connections you can become anything. Remember the secret run. Everything in the medical schools law schools politicians secret agencies. Are the shadow government the forest. If you want to ask you search warrant him senator and if you wanted to. He doubled the debt of America. You may more debt than any other previous president. He was deconstructing. AMERICA DESTROYING CIGNA military. He put it in a bomb care. I call Ambaum macaire which is basically if you completely put it in was there to terminate people into force vaccinate people. We have this idiot Biden. Who wants to so-called fix obamacare? Which I mean we're GonNa have forest vaccinations broken system? It'll bankrupt us and even worse Got Elizabeth Elizabeth Warren and wants a new system. That would even replace that the sixty Detroit that we can't afford with a broken system that doesn't work so you gotta understand. These people are completely out of their mind completely. Run by. Listen Eric Transformational powers and Avatar. I'd like a video game by these entities inside them. Do you believe that Donald Trump is basically is the best we can have and deserve campuses this but it needs to needs advice if for example he could talk back to you and me and my experts John W spring and people like Johnson Gray and people like cody snodgrass whose admissions expert the. Turn down half a million dollars above the Merle murrow building and was a whistle. Try to kill him afterward and Colorado if you can talk to Donald Trump and give them actual solution. I have a solution to healthcare. I have a solution to missile defense. They have a solution to the Russians with nukes lower. Sheila Island nor in the Antilles north of Venezuela and put where Nicaragua. I've solution to the board. Did you know that the drug cartels are run by the sad special activity due to the CIA. The last act of of George Bush Junior was to pass presidential directive. 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Every day I remember catastrophe geopolitical decision. Welcome back so in a segment to advise what I would say for trump to do number one. He needs to let some of the people in the audience. People here in the community that are actually know what to do like me. I and my colleagues w spring etc.. He needs let us talk to him directly not through his Phalanx filters okay if if I could speak to donald trump which I'm working as Sebastian Gorka whose honor me if they do I'm GonNa have a chance to straighten Mr Trump. Oh I need to be along with my colleagues like John W spring. His Samuel and I would provide them evidence that he can corroborate with Intel agencies. So it doesn't have to believe me just like could tell people in the show whether it's a health issue or anything else please don't believe me. Let me validate with blood. Testing imaging studies or geopolitical facts like I have Intel sources from inside the agencies and I guarantee that I can validate for example satellite photos that the Russians have nukes lower she lila. uh-huh can get into administration. I better otherwise. We're in big trouble. We'll see anybody anybody else with the brain so the guts to actually do what I do. Nobody reluctant Elizabeth Allergic while it's going to be the next version. It's very likely he's going to be elected but if he's elected was doing bad things you will be irrelevant for example. He Pushes Five G. Network Genetically Modified Food and it doesn't deal with the sad special activities division of running the drug cartel new Madrid. It won't make any difference in other words. You'll be distraction he needs to do. Policies Policies are going to remove the Russian nukes from lower than point where they Nicaragua. He needs to deal with the Chinese. WanNa steeler technology and actually control control which means they're going to control the B. System by twenty twenty-five which is already written up he needs to stop Islam from Hamas them and teaching young first second concern generation Muslims in America to be terrorists in our country. We have ten thousand old. He sold a huge arm and the Saudi Arabia ignorant with them. Dip Bring these people in. Yeah well he's doing is it's because they have the petrodollar and me. This is stupid Wade. In the first off the Saudi Arabians don't actually have strong. Melchior got a lot of hardware but the fact is unless he's supplies chips for the aircraft. They can't work after after one week. Well the problem is he's actually collaborating openly with Saudi Arabia. You gotTA understand Sunday. We didn't do nine eleven. We did it okay. I know that they won't respond. And the government's supposed off the idea of subpoenaing because all these families want us to the Saudi Arabia. Saudi the demolition of nine eleven was done with the Port Authority of New York. The CIA Special Activities Division visioned. CIA and dark elements government. We contract it to some sposa pilots who couldn't even fly a wide body jet especially in the side of these buildings. And I I know all the facts. In fact I've tried to radiation toxicology news neutron spectroscopy since nine eleven and the last lab three and a half years ago in Tokyo said at the. US State Department told the lab and Tokyo. You're not even allowed to talk to Dr Deal Okay. All of Germany Canada United States Jordi labs CBS South Africa everywhere. GotTa test the Neutron Spectroscopy Briefing World Trade Center. They've shut me down now. Believe Aspen I have on my my shows. And how many so-called co host and the other networks when I was at fourteen and a half years on genesis when I left there last January for the last year and a half they wouldn't even allow comedy put commercial saying I had a product with a show on the network my commercial. That's how bad Ika in person respected me on both Genesis Genesis Network and Republicans. John more on tomorrow everybody else was a piece of human garbage. Either afraid of me jealous of me or trying to put an alternative things that they control the spin been like Alex Jones and either Mike ads. These are bad people. You have to understand. Even if they say some portion of truth they want to control the narrative and I don't mess around Arca. He's not. He's not black. Muslim is is from. He's half white. His mother's white American. It is an African Muslim. Okay and the black community. That's because the black community are dense. They're starting to weigh up though because the people that con- US starting to wake up the fact that the Democrats were the ones that control of course the trying trying to get to kill their babies Gonyea says tried to remove fathers from the families with social services try to remove Christianity from their homes because seventy seventy years ago so no walls Christian people were blacks. I love black people that are conservative. People that I consider an angel the fact is we. We have a situation where anybody of any heart was. Real Christian is colorblind. What they what the Democrats want to do with bulk is a nation to make us hate people of other caller because that's so their advantage right how to corner the black and Jewish community how to do that? They lied to them and they told him garbage than they believe the lies. He's the only one to protect them. And the Republicans were so gutless. They didn't go and even campaign in black areas or offer them. What do for example trump's doing he's made a black unemployment in Hispanic out employment and women's unemployment the lowest in history? I know he's allergic number of jobs. The lowest unemployment fifty years ears so that when people go to the this is like Al Green in Houston. He's made the clear statement that if we don't impeach him he's going to get reelected. Of course you will. If he doesn't die of chicken can code. You may not be impeached by by You Know Nancy Pelosi. He'll be impeached by the Diet Coke in his right hand. Because he's a fattest president since our taft aft- right. That's what it's going to be impeach him his diet coke. Okay as funny I call it like it is okay and I want to get through the man because I see him as a pre catastrophe house at a medical catastrophe geopolitical. He's tough the fact. The almost glories and the idea of people attacking any counterattacks is amazing. Man That's tough as nails but the problem is an point. This is going to be catastrophic. I'm waiting attempted suicide. You pick your brain on this. Why does the Jewish? He is the best thing that ever what happened to the Jewish community. The Muslims related in here. They'd be rounded up and probably killed. Why does He? Why did you vote? Yeah I don't think they do anymore. I think that user leaving see the comments by the squad and by other Democrats. Most Jews are so disgusted with the Democrats. You're going to see them like independence moving toward the Republicans. Donald Trump by the way the next few months when actually start these open hearings brings the Democrats are can media political suicide. The Democratic Party is over. It'll be a generation before if the if trump does the right thing and does it properly it'll be a generation before there's another Democratic Party will not an expert in no they're not that's not gonNA happen. Trump will be reelected. Well what we need to worry about. WHO's GONNA come after trump? Who's going to be the next president after trump and four and a half years five years because Le- let me tell you if trump reas re elected won't much matter because in two thousand twenty four of a Democrat comes nail destroy this country? They never need to get back in power. Never their agenda agenda already devastated. It's so destructive conservative. What's that tower? No great concern at that point hero. Conservative it's not really conservative. I'll tell you what it is. It's logical decent Christian. See The the Democrats sorry atheist agnostic and Satanic. They're interested in human population reduction in addressing the Green Agenda which isn't even true environmentalism environment. Is I was one tournament Greenpeace fifty years ago in an oceanographer before I went into medicine. These people relying pieces of scientific foolishness. They don't understand anything I do. I was an oceanographer fifty years ago. I know exactly what we'll fix. The environment genetically up raid the toxically damage. Phytoplankton stop are using space-based weather modification technology like thorium strontium barium aluminum space space scaler technology cause weathering earthquakes stop playing playing games with the population was with economic policies to ensure people that are burned other homes in northern California. Start drilling for primary water. So we have water reserves. There's everywhere start. Doing things actually reduce the chances of fire starting and get rid of smart grid which actually starts fires against lots of Scotch one. I have a solution into every problem on earth everyone I am called mosaic profit. And I have the answer to everything because God speaks to me and inspires me gives me the answers and I want people to understand this and you know. My hardest thing is with the talents in God's given me and I'm only here a limited amount of time because got ahead. Resurrect me a number of times. They they better start listening to me. Because if the Americans and the people vs do not listen to the solution God's presenting through me and my colleagues like John W spring on Wednesday Jonathan Gray and ancient archaeologist archaeologist in New Zealand the human race is doomed and we're not just doing for physical disaster that will destroy by violent deaths much of the population. We're talking about Eastern Separation Annihilation of your soul so the problem is right now. The devil wants to kill the human race and he doesn't want us to become McLean in heaven. People don't understand that the marriage supper is about to happen and before the bridal chamber is ready the devil wants to abort us all he wants us to do evil evil not in God's eyes and destroy our relationship with the creator. He wants us to destroy the constitutional republic which is basically since the state of Israel is the only Republican public waters. God is the ruler of our nation. Not King or emperor or Satan America like ancient Israel is the only constitutional republic that honors got in trump. Taxable of keys. You wanted to build a giant glass church before I even got into politics. Now he's not very verbal about his faith but trump Chris even he was in the past a high level Mason. He's coming out of masonry. And if I get a chance to talk to the man because I administer to Bill Schnabel in the ninety s screen Mason. I know more about Mason's than any other living person on on earth I know exactly what's going on. I don't have a little wavering. In my knowledge base I know everything I know from the Jewish cepheids IRA the talent of Babylon each book of the dead. You ranch book no everything that all a little bit. I know everything okay. What about the college students? They ever GonNa wake up from the propaganda. This subject in Cuba taught at their entire schooling by idiots and Satan nece and leftist. If only we hand over our authority to a social network of communists and control freaks that will be taken care of like little babies. It'll be diapered by the state. No it'll be terminated so if you ever get something serious other than McCullough. Call A hangnail medicine. Problem at the end of your life whether you're young with cancer or old they terminate you. I saw it in Canada okay. Socialist states terminate people that are sick. They don't like innovative medicine life extension. They don't want to develop technology which I have for life extension. They WANNA kill you as soon as you get sick because it's too expensive to keep going and believe me Elizabeth Warren. It won't increase hospital. She's a lying piece of garbage. She's part of you know what I'm changed her name. Her name is not hiawassee. It's liar with it. What do you think of that Lila over? Yeah good name Dan disgusting. She should not open. These people should never be anywhere near representing editing except pile of human garbage. It's disgusting and all these Democrats like our Al Green says honestly. If trump doesn't get impeached he'll get reelected. Of course he will as much as trump's got it all as defects in a way Kinda counter punches knees little narcissistic stick. He's a decent man trying to do the right thing. And he's still got bad advisers around him. Luckily he has a common sense. He didn't do stupid things in Syria. But the things he did withdrew and put the Kurds in the hands of the Syrian. Didn't dissect the Syrians away. Because if you're a worst if you're a Syrian Alawite you let the Jews and Christians at the table you won't kill Woah. So but surely Assad mild-mannered British eye doctor with the British wife. WHO's running Syria? We should have dissected Syria away from the Russians in Iran audience or not because they want the twelve months to show up so they can have a fi the world and they've got missiles on the side of the Hebrew to destroy the state of Israel and if they they try to Israel will annihilate them and we've given them the weapons to make sure it happens. Okay so you have to understand the The end time is coming. We are months and in years not decades away from Armageddon. We are so close. I can smell the breath of the dragon on her neck. That's why I'm desperate

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Stone Cold Weirdos

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Stone Cold Weirdos

"The following program could have some filthy talk that would make a stevedore blush. And by the way, if a blushing stevedore or an embarrassed longshoremen is your want. Well, you could get content like that and my newsletter slate dot com slash gist news, actually, it's pretty clean and fun for the whole family tells you everything I did all week. It's Monday, January twenty eighth two thousand nineteen from sleet. It's the gist. I Mike Pasco. Yeah. Of course, it's far too reductive from Washington insiders to look back at that shutdown and use it to winners and losers, right? This is undoubtedly the weakest moment of President Trump's tenure in office. The president may be the commander in chief of the American military, but Nancy Pelosi now looks like the commander in chief of Donald Trump. I think Nancy Pelosi is obviously the big winner. Here a month ago people were questioning whether she should even be speak. She actually did I shared Jason's winner in this situation. It is definitely Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi. It's Nancy Pelosi. She did it. I wonder what changed about Nancy Pelosi because you know, there was a time when the conventional wisdom was that Nancy Pelosi was kind of stiff not nimble not able to adapt to situations that demanded you change on the fly. So what was it? What changed after she faced Donald Trump? What do we? Find out that wasn't true about her in reflecting upon her confrontation with Donald Trump. Well, those critiques for sure Cummings was predictable. Not exciting. Sure. Implacable, but also an emotive. But now that she's gone up against Donald Trump and out strategized, Donald Trump. I guess she brought all her skills and tactics to bear against Donald Trump turns out we were wrong. She's a bit of a master tactician a to have overcome the stratagems of a Donald Trump. She matched which with Donald Trump, and somehow was not outmaneuvered again should have been outmaneuvered by Donald Trump. I guess she's not the risk averse symbol of caution. Ono with Donald Trump is her opponent. She revealed herself to be widely in class. Ever bordering on the lethal as proved by her mastery of this showdown with Donald Trump. Okay. It is clear that what is going on is that while Pelosi's flaws were never quite as flawed as we had been told many Democrats, by the way, we're doing the telling we really shouldn't think we've discovered this tally ran like negotiator in our midst and shrewd as her spine is steeled. Maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration because in a two sided negotiation. There is the other side. It's like one of those unbeatable Taiwanese teams the Little League World series. I mean, they do seem imposing, but they are beating up on twelve and thirteen year olds Pelosi actually benefited to be very fair to Pelosi who I credit she benefited from her weakness and her weakness fairly or not fairly. I think it's true that she somewhat unexciting, but being unexciting was a great strength in this the Goshi. When you have an opponent who over excitedly goes off half cocked and runs around in circles and takes blaming assigns blame it deflects blame you all you have to do. It's just kind of bland and somewhat competent, no wall. You win cautious dependent consistent. It's what the more firebrand dish of Dem's on the campaign trail took issue with it's what they said they'd be voting against. And yet, those are the qualities that Slade the dragon or maybe it's more like Nancy Pelosi was simply a large immovable lands and the dragon was prone to dancing and flopping about until eventually he impaled himself. So what I'm saying is that Nancy Pelosi master tactician and perfectly fine with that. Which is to say perfectly fine in a fight against Donald Trump. Just perfect on the show today. I should feel about Roger stone and those in his slithery or. Orbit. But I the other two is a new show on comedy central about this preteen pop sensation. Well, actually, it's not about him. It's about his two adult siblings. They are the other two. Now, the boys sibling is an actor in waiter who has not been cast in much lately. So it's got to be hard. When your little brother has a viral, hit before sporting hair on his upper lip drew Tarver plays. The other brother carry with a likeability and also vulnerability the veteran improv or stop by to talk about his role and another two or three. Support for this podcast. And the following message comes from slack the collaboration hub for work. No matter. What work? You do. Teamwork on slack happens channels where your information in conversations are organized around projects offices and teams and because everything you need to work as in one place. It's faster and easier to get things done designed to support the way people like you naturally worked together slack makes collaborating with your colleagues online easy, inefficient is face to face. The more slack is used across the company. The more value it provides as tools and information shared by one department become accessible across departments helping teams work together across locations time zones or job titles with slack to right people in your team or kept in the loop. And the information they need is always at their fingertips. Learn more at slack dot com. So drew Tarver is this very funny guy who I was researching in preparation for the interview you're about to hear, but I had one of those slight brain cramps. And I kept coming up with a hit that told me he was a member of Howard. Stern's wack pack was also a member of the KKK. And I realized I was putting into the search engine. Daniel Carver not drew tar. I see both are from Georgia and say outrageous thing, yes. Yeah. Talk. Hopefully, we don't share too much. But I could see that. I could see how you all the wack Packers. Is he the one you most identify with? I don't know maybe a Beetlejuice you'll choose one of the beetle juillet fetal not in this environment as we say, right? Yes. So these show that Mr. Tarver is here to talk about is. I think it has a chance to become one of these have you seen the other ones because it's got a lot of. Things. It's about a Justin Bieber esque character. But not about him. What about his brother and sister? Yes, we are plays. I play Kerry on the show Kerry do back who is the older brother to adjust in Bieber esque singer, internet sensation. And I am much more of a loser. He's the talented one of the family, and we are you know, me and Elena your who plays. My sister on the show. We are the other two. So we are just the other two in the family that nobody cares about and following him around. And so the elements of the show that I think give it a real chance to kind of breakthrough. And there are so many sitcoms are well, just the craftsmanship and joke in joke out. But there it's got a couple of things that I think are very appealing one is the parts of the show where the interact with real media is real you're really on. Well, you're not on the real today show. Right. It's not a full version of the today show. Right. It takes caf-. Yeah. It takes place in this. Swirled? Yes. With these shows. Yes. And the songs that the Bieber ask character sings are fantastic terrible. But in the way, that's only like eight degrees off from the real song. That's number eight on the billboard charts at. Yes, it is. I mean, Chris Kelly and Suresh Neider who wrote the show who used to be head writers. They wrote do it in my twin bed back home ballers, they they had been doing these amazing comedic songs at SNL. And now they are doing them for this character whose name is chased dreams we can keep saying Bieber esque or chase dreams it'd be and they're so funny, but they are very they. 'cause the guy who writes the music the actual beats and stuff for them rights for choice avant. His name's Leland and rights for all these real pop have to. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He's got he has the hooks. It's all there. They treat them like a real engineered pop song. And then they. Just write jokes for it. And they're so so funny. Yeah. So the to get a show like this. Exactly. Right. The creators the actors can go in a very mean direction and everything is very nihilist or they could try to find ways to give it heart. And I think the way they found to give it heart was two main things one the kids, not a monster. Like you kinda like the kid, right? And the second thing is your character, not your sister. But your character is a very redeemable person right eye relatable doesn't mean anything in that probably has something to do with your performance, but you can watch the show and kind of hope most of the people die in a fiery wreck for your entertainment except for your. Yes, I think they do a great job of making making it feel like a real family dynamic. They don't shy away from any sweet real family moments. And what would it be like if a real sweet kid just started became a an over overnight sensation? And he. He was sweet and you did root for him. But he was maybe getting bad guidance and stuff, and I mean, my sister. She's she's like a monster issue sometimes on the show, but they do really make the show have deep real moments that the comedy sits around that you can kind of grasp onto and they don't treat the fee or they don't deal deal with that character with a ton of cynicism. Right. So I did read one review which compared you to the Jason Bateman character in arrested development. I know the hairs a little spike, you I think it's a little off in that. He's more like in a different universe were. And you're at least a couple observations. Your character is at least adjacent to the wacky universe there. Yes. Your character isn't totally without flaws or character skull Yakup things about yes. Yeah. And the last thing would be is you're not always relied on four say reaction shots that was he's a great actor. But that was his purpose in the show. You have to kind of see the show through him. It's not exactly what's going on in the show. Would you say? Yeah. I would I would say that my character kind of goes back and forth between straight manning other people and being like, they're wrong and himself being fully wrong about things. So it was an interesting thing to take on acting wise because sometimes you're like, okay, am I smart this person or am I dumb than this person is my character smarter? Dumber. Sent you have to always be consistent. I felt like I had to because I'm not I'm I don't even really view myself sometimes as an actor. I'm just kind of I started doing sketching improv. And now, I am on the show. I am an actor was as the character you've played longest because you were on what's that jillion dollar properties which did go for three seasons. But this feels something on C. So how can you kill it back and to say, it's not getting ready to I know. Right. Like, we don't know there's still a fourth season that has yet to come out because he's just went away lost. We've. The laws Jillian everybody's on on trying to torrent it, but yeah, you're Romania. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I guess what? I'm saying is I felt weird being like, okay. Can we stop the scene? Am I smart in this? You know, I think it just the writers are so good that they you know, if I ever had a question of like how how dumb should I be right here or do I know better than this. Because the character knows better, but he's just desperate. So I think he is he's an actor who may be got one commercial where smells a cat. Yeah. He is just a desperate desperate actor who's trying to figure out. Should I distance myself from this fame that I don't want, but it is fame? So should I use it to help my career this character, parallels, my life and a lot of ways. So it is when I first read it part of me was like, wait. Are you guys making fun of me? Because my my little sisters were the talented ones of the family grew up in the middle of nowhere in Georgia. A small town called Glenville, which is a great place to grow up, but there's just not a ton of arts there. So you like if you wanna be funny, you get up in church, and you say something funny about the wise men and see if you can get a latte or you wait till a frankencense humor. Yeah. Yeah. Hi there so many animals in here. This is a birth place. And I grew up really, honestly, my family was a little bit religious. So my first experiences with comedy were funny pastors and and funny Christian comedians, but my sisters were singers and dancers, and we're really the talented ones of the family. I couldn't saying I couldn't dance. So my little sister Caitlin was on a the year after American idol. There was a spin off American juniors which was hosted by secrets my sister. Auditioned for it. My dad drove her up there and was like, we don't get you on this show, baby. Drove up there. They got on the show, then she instead of voting kids off they got in the top ten they couldn't vote kids off because it was too mean. So this was back then when they couldn't vote kit, right, right? Yeah. Yeah. Now, they're fine with the firing McCann. Yeah. This is two thousand three much easier time, so she got on the top ten and instead of voting kids off they would vote one kid on each week to a five person group that Simon cow. What was going to manage? They flew us all the whole family all of us rednecks out to LA to sit on the side of the stage while she saying each we secrets she would sing secrets with throw to us. And we'd be like Tarver's. What did you think? And we'd be like dang we loved it. So we I was kind of living this show. I was seventeen at the time. She continued. She didn't make it on the group that Simon Collins gonna manage unfortunately. But through that, I would we would walk outside of the studio and people would go Caitlyn. That's my sister named Caitlin Caitlin. And then they would turn to me and go Caitlyn's, brother. And they I was like this town is great. You can just do nothing and people will sort of yell your name. This is great. So at that point our family had kind of been exposed to Hollywood. And I was like what do I like and avenge really I started. Sort of figuring out. Oh, maybe my attention is a need to make people laugh. So I started doing stuff like that and found out about UCB. And and now Kaelin's big recording star. She she's great. She's like on this season. I mean, she's still the town of one of the fan. She Sern -able impurity provable town. Absolutely, absolutely. And yes, she's songwriting. She lives in LA. She song. She was on this season of ballers. She's doing great. And I'm still I'm still trying to get people to know me, not as Caitlyn's brother now as part of your real life experience that parallel the show. Did you come up against or did you encounter? One running joke on the show that everybody has a gay brother. Right. Yes. That back in two thousand three two thousand four we admitting that no we weren't. No. I was it's a strange thing. Like, I play a gay actor on the show kind of dealing with the industry, and whether you whether you're out or not or in real life. I'm bisexual actors. So it's like it's so almost identical that it's very strange. But no, I think an episode one. There's a line about by sexuality is now something we can admit exactly it it. There's a. Joke about like, hi how like I think the joke is it's not two thousand fourteen anymore. Bisexuality is real which is a funny joke on by erasure, which is a very real thing. That is the the creators are so good and the room is so good at making, you know, queer jokes making fun of certain things. And and yeah, I was not out then and very much, you know, have dealt with that along in my career trying to figure it out and carry in the show is also very much trying to figure out himself and his identity. So it was an interesting thing to be on a comedy show on comedy central. But also be doing scenes where like if feels like this is really like so close in scary right now invulnerable also I may be wrong because I'm not exactly on the cutting edge of this. But it seems to me that it's possible that this show is the first that's. Exactly at the at the intersection of it's not just a queer show. But there's tons of stuff there. That speaks to the moment of where we are. But then there's also a ton of stuff. That's you know, probably would be classically in a lot of sitcoms of 'bout straight, sex and stuff. Yeah. So the thing that's new is a sitcom with maybe the sister character who's having sex with Beck Bennett. And right throwing that in our face while at the same time, the same exact thing is going on with the brother, and they're not backing away from it. Anyway, they're not making a joke about it. They show two guys lying on top of each other. Yeah. Yeah. It's a great. They don't shy away from anything in this show sexually that maybe some shows will be like, no, we can't show two guys kissing. Yeah. And but it also parallels. You know that a lot of this stuff is saying is the same for gay and straight people, you know. So it's but it's definitely it has a ton of. Queer real queer issues in it that that my character is is dealing with it. I would have liked to see in a show growing up to be like. Oh, okay. Yeah. There's there's some stuff that once you come out you deal with that still feels tough like what just sort of like internalized, homophobia. You know, you've you've been hiding yourself for so long that you can't really get it out of your system that that you still deal with in this character still deals with going through at one point. He is at a bar and a guy says he comes up to Carrie and goes, oh, ask him out on a date and carries. Why didn't you ask me out a while ago? And he's like, oh, I didn't know you were gay and carries us. Thank you. And the guys like, ooh. And cares. Oh, no. No. I didn't mean thank you just stuff like that. It's and it kind of feels gross. And and you just get to see that stuff, which I think is a cool thing for for a show on comedy central. So will you know, you've made it when your sister identifies herself as drew sister. Yes, I think that's what I'm trying to do is switch the dynamic. I will be finally, okay, good somebody when somebody when we walk out of a studio and somebody else, drew and drew sister. I'll be like okay now, I can stop. I'm going to move home. Drew Tarver is one of the titular other ones. It's sort of an off handed tischler right because it's like referring to the other ones. So the main character isn't even referred you, technically, he's the main character of this sitcom, that's really about the other characters retard ver the other one's on comedy central. Great tomato. Nice. And now the ship. He'll I've largely avoided getting sucked into the tanned vortex. That is Roger stone. He's like a puffed up Tinkerbell in that he needs you to believe in him or he'll fade away into nothingness, which was actually a fate. I had hoped for him. So if you're a New Yorker growing up in the era that I was and paying some attention to politics stone was always there on the present. But on asked for like, a squeegee guy on the fifty ninth street bridge. He sunk Spitzer his messaging for Al D'Amato, essentially lost him the Senate seat, and he was kind of the connective tissue between Donald Trump and sore on lawyer ROY Cohn, and like a tissue Roger stone was often discarded. But then he seemed to blow back stone was house of slithering before J K Rowling ever cashed a welfare check and his exploits intermingled with all that was sorted in Gotham for much of my youth. He also. Forays onto the national scene, which is what SNL weekend update anchor. Michael Chang was referring to when he said this on Saturday, by the way, I googled this guy Roger stone because he looks like he pays black guys to bang his wife. Found out in nineteen ninety six. He was forced to resign from Bob Dole's campaign for asking black guys to bang his wife. Kidding? Look it up. It's fans. Muscular guy. Sure, but I saw no reference to black guys per se the National Enquirer broke this story in nineteen Ninety-six about stone and his wife frequenting swinger clubs and they took out ads advertising their wares. Here's the New Yorker pretty ING it up when they quoted an ad insatiable, lady and her handsome bodybuilder husband, experienced swingers seek similar couples or exceptional muscular dot dot single men. The New Yorker goes hunt. You say the ads sought athletes and military men while discouraging overweight candidates that was the New Yorker what they actually said in the ad was no phonies or fat. He's so there's plenty of advertising of the muscular, I didn't see any advertising. I didn't see any references to stone seeking out black men. In fact, there was an excerpt from a piece of writing about the DC swinger. Gene, which had Roger stone disapprovingly look at a woman in a swingers club in a short, skirt and attractive, white woman and said, she's probably slept with every black man here. And that was a problem for him. So it seemed anyway, my favorite detail from the National Enquirer story nineteen Ninety-six about these swinger ads. Stone took out on the net. Was this quote website is a place on the internet. We're computer users who pay a fee can post any pictures and texts they want then anyone who visits the internet can access the website stone surrounded himself with a coterie of characters some of his own invention. He plays to operatives in the campaigns of rival candidates. He nicknamed one sedan chair to he actually did the thing early on in his career where he delivered pizzas to another campaigns address one time he delivered twenty pizzas to the Edmund Muskie campaign for fundraiser. He also hired for that. Fundraiser to children's magicians from the Virgin Islands, and then invited dozens of African and Middle Eastern dignitary to the fundraiser, even though they weren't invited. Weirdly, the Muskie staffer who had to sort out the the mess with the pizzas and the magicians and the embassador from Kenya was a young housewife. With a big political donor husband who seem pretty unflappable her name Madeleine Albright. But with the Trump campaign stone had dealings with let us say like minded blonde prankster slash parcel mouth. Julian Assange, the seven count indictment against him issued by the mother team stone is said to worked with a guy named Randy credit. Co ready credit co is sometimes identified as a radio host. Well, he did have show on the radio station WBAI for a while WBAI is the kind of community run station. That's not exactly in the business of saying you have to stop being on the air at W. So credit co hosted his program live on the fly as in gadfly critical really does have classic lefty politics, very much civil rights. I guess he thought Roger stone was funny or interesting credit co interviewed stone and critical also interviewed Julian Assange, the great publisher also from Australia, Jillian, Julian Assange, thank you Jillian for joining us today. So credit co is suspected of being the go between connecting Assange and stone stone, according to the indictment did not like that being out there. So he threatened credit coz beloved dog Bianca a service dog who he took with him to testify before the grand jury. Assange also advise credit co to pull a Frank Pantano a reference to the godfather to character who conveniently got him nesia when called to testify before a Senate panel. So whatever they wanted me to. Promised me a deal. I made up about my only because that's what they wanted. But it was all live. Fray pen tangibly, by the way and godfather two slits his wrists in a bathtub. So when stone was telling Credito to pull a Frank Pantano. What did he mean? Here's Roger stone's explanation to CNN's Chris Cuomo as far as Frank potentially is concerned. Mr. critical is an impressionist. That's when he does. And he doesn't very funny. Frank pin Kandula imitation, certainly not an implication that he should kill himself or that he should lie. Is that plausible that old? Raj was just after the classic Frank Penn. Tangibly impersonation that Randy critic, oh wheeled I cannot independently confirm the quality of Randy credit coz Frank Pantano, but I did have him doing a couple impressions. So in this in this event, which was put on YouTube in two thousand thirteen don't know when it's from critic goes brought onto stage by the Reverend Al Sharpton, and he's asked to do an impression of. Of the Reverend Al Sharpton, the audio is not great. But this is really Al Sharpton. For me. One of those you want about brothers from vintage edgy. Edgy do as Willis. Gene of distributor. Imagine shoe reading because. Then again, the audio is of poor quality, but not worse than Randy critic goes impression of our Sharpton. We'll get together. And they would they chocolate. Mud credit coz, Jesse Jackson got a slightly better reaction from the crowd. Just jetty could not go out shopping because. The most people to fall. I want to say this is a great pleasure to be here today. This is a weird right critical. White. Did I mention that? So you haven't doing impressions of preachers and civil rights leaders before a civil rights crowd odd. But you know, what else is odd? The fact that al-shar in two thousand four had a major campaign advisor named Roger stone. That's right. The village voices. Great investigative reporter Wayne Barrett confirmed quote stone played a pivotal role in putting together Sharpton, pending application for a federal matching funds getting dollars and critical states from family members and political allies at odds with everything Sharpton represents he stone also help stack the campaign with half a dozen incongruous top aides who've worked for him in prior campaigns and stone even boasted about engineering six-figure loans to sharpens national action network. If it's weird and squirrelly and discordant and made up of strange and usually muscular bedfellows. There is Roger stone. Enjoying the rob. I do not know if he's innocent of the charges against him. But innocent is not a word that often applies to Roger stone's tactics or motivations that is at least the impression that I get though as in many of these things it could be very very bad impression. That's it for today show. The just was produced by Daniel shredder. They both famous symbols peers brother, you may know better as the guy punched in the nuts by that Aranka Tang that time, and when Daniel sister was h us to stand on her bathroom, vanity and Gifford full-throated affirmations to giraffe's senior producer of podcasts. Her brother, Rafael Rafael's? The Florida undergraduate who screamed don't taes me, bro. Low though, so many times the gist. I do have a famous sisters. Well, the other one in my case as Lauren Pasqua. She played miss outta line in a school five production of guys and dolls. Choose also in several George Lucas films, but quit vowing never work in a Wilkie suit again appro- and thanks for listening.

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20190924 Nicole Sandler Show - Tuesdays with GottaLaff

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20190924 Nicole Sandler Show - Tuesdays with GottaLaff

"The following program contains graphic material including offensive language discretion is advised wanted to arise broadcasting around the sprawling outskirts of the Florida everglades indeed collection won't Wilderness south-south laud the outer regions of the vanity that people will do just because it does. This is the no goal. Sadler show all all right here. We are welcome to a Tuesday everyone oh my God. I'M GONNA play John Oliver for just a second because of John. John Oliver were on the air today what he would do right now is hit that red button and scream. We got it all right. In case you haven't heard the news nothing's official yet now but screaming from the headlines. Breaking News House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to announce formal impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump. It's about time yeah my goodness the one thing oh I didn't I didn't pull my little musical interlude over because all I see this song that kept running through my head today or or the part of the song that keeps running through my today. Is this you oh yeah baby. It's raining meaning. It's raining in DC and the levees about to break the flood's. GonNa come sorry for all the musical metaphors there but it's about out fucking time so here's what's happening. It is now three o'clock eastern. That's when I do the live show at Nicole Sandler Dot com and on Youtube for anyone who wants to join us for the live broadcast at four eastern right when we're wrapping up is when Pelosi enters this caucus focus meeting of the House Democratic Caucus meeting apparently right now she's allegedly behind closed doors with certain members and leadership deciding the way forward forward her deputy chief of staff drew hamill just tweeted out an hour or so ago. Speaker Pelosi will make a statement at five PM. Am following the House Democratic Caucus meeting advisory coming so this is what's happening. They meet at four she will come to the microphones at five reports are saying saying that yes she will announce a formal impeachment inquiry and say that she personally supports it my my what a difference a day makes so all this is going on today's Tuesday so gotta laugh will be along in a little while so we get to shoot the shit you know sorry that it's such a slow news day and there's nothing much to talk about now before we get to. Laffy we need to check in with our Powell Dennis Campbell who's in the UK because there's action over there as well so so this happened earlier today. It's out tell me again. I I did such a good job of pulling all my audio and I forgot to pull it all over to my wallow sound. So did I bring up the no I did. I thought I'd save the video but this was the UK Supreme Court just a few hours ago. This court has already concluded that the Prime Minister's advice to her majesty was unlawful void off ordinary effect. This means that the order in council to which it led was also unlawful void and of no effect and should be quashed rushed means that when the Royal Commissioners walked into the House of Lords live they had walked in with a blank sheet of paper the prorogation was also void and of no effect Harlem and has not been prorogued. This is the unanimous judgement of all eleven justices. ooh So the Voice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom let's bring on our friend Dennis Campbell Campbell who was an American expatriate living in Wales. He's been over there for how long Dennis Campbell Sixteen years now in in UK seniors in the Ukraine so so this all happened this morning boy on both sides of the ocean. We're all in the I don't know there must be something cosmetically early aligned right now so the Supreme Court over their rules that the prorogation was invalid so Congress so parliament is still officially officially not not in recess well as of eleven thirty tomorrow morning. Speaker Burke has called everybody back. Which of course is his perogatives. indeed Jeremy Corbyn. The leader of the Labour Party did his speech which was scheduled for tomorrow this afternoon noon at four o'clock. which was a big surprise to everybody and everybody's ready to kick button take names? I think when when everything opens tomorrow the big question is what is Boris going to do when he touches down early in the morning 'cause he's leaving New York tonight I all night here so he thanks the the music he's giving his short speech at the UN today and immediately flying back home to deal with all this how interesting so Boris Johnson won't be around own for the rest of the week and of course Benjamin. Netanyahu didn't come because his prime ministership is is up in the air or waiting emerged from Israel. What's happening there but things are not. I want to salute. The name of the speaker over there in the in the House of Commons is what John Burqa jumper. I have a little video tribute to him because he's got a lot of lot of fans over here so I'm very quickly before we go any further. Let's let's call to odd lips. Let's start about that would help if I did this in the chamber really by saying according to the bureau self or dot com take yoga. You'll find it beneficial mind. Learn the art of patients. He was intellectually knee high to a grasshopper home yourself rap pizza mind odor odor. The best thing about Switzerland is Roger. Federer dot order is quite difficult to vape something. If there isn't a vote drop eight it isn't worth it and actually very good. He he's quite a few steps on the Lao distill to climb. I'm afraid who long name cool in this shape may be a cheeky chappy. Fever will say except high you get the idea so anyway. Dennis Campbell echoes on that video goes on for like three minutes. It's just why can be he can be a great great ball of funds when he's up sitting and you know we've only got thirty thirty seven days left of them so we will miss him. Those will be hard hard shoes to fill because he's been there for ten years. How well he he. He entertained US over here here. I wish our someone Peter Griffin in the Youtube. Chat Room was just that I wish our house and Senate was more like the. UK's certainly be more entertaining so Nancy Pelosi. Did you hear this afternoon noon. In two hours. Allegedly is going to come out and officially kick off an impeachment inquiry then you know what the next thing she needs to do is uh-huh actually goes through and impeach him well well. There's that but I think she needs to cancel the planned two-week recess. That's that's supposed to start next week. They just go back and they're supposed to go out for two more weeks. Yeah yeah that that that doesn't work. She well not good optics. I mean you know the man is now standing there in very deep coal you give them a a new show with a sharp late and a nice school drink and let him kiss. Let's keep digging deeper because the headline this afternoon that that blew my mom was where he turned around and said basically yeah. I did it and the reason the reason I held the money back. Was I really wanted to get other nations to come in right. There was such it was such a such a bullshit answer but you noticed he had a quick retort asked today unlike yesterday when he said go away or something he's snapped at a reporter who asked him the question. Now they came up with a storyline. You don't bullshit answer to give out so so this is not GonNa end welfare either either Boris Johnson or Donald Trump for being that move or any of these patriarchal autocrats autocrats in general because they're all finally hitting the wall out about close to the same time yup well and wouldn't that be lovely to quote what a famous Broadway musical so what happens now so so parliament comes back into session tomorrow because the Supreme Court ruled. It was never prorogued. Oh Kd never never suspended because what because Johnson didn't have the power to do that. Well the means that he used news to basically sell the parochial was we're not we're north on the upper. The it was very transparent and very transparent at the Supreme Court that have you know this was not a true for the reasons that were stated to Her Majesty. The Queen and you know if she's got a woodshed out there at Buckingham in palace. I mean he's a twelfth or thirteenth prime minister. I can't remember which one and you know she's been through quite a few of them and I think it's just a matter of time before she finds a way to express Bresser displeasure. He's just a lucky he was in New York at at Unger this week. For representing the United Kingdom is had he been there Monday would have been the day that he would have had to sit down and have a little chat with Her Majesty and then Tuesday this would have blown up and you know he would at least have the international flights covered but it is you know extraordinary. I've been doing media on both issues at the exact same time the implosion of Donald Trump as well as the smear seeming implosion of Boris Johnson because everybody nobody seems to think here that you know he's probably going to be put in a position grow. He has to resign. There's no way you can you can be or force vote of no-confidence which Corgan and everybody have to join a long play but they'll find a way to postpone it. They have to until after that brexit date until to a deal is actually worked out okay. Hey Dennis Campbell before I let you go I need to I've got the last time you were on. I did ask you about Jeremy Corbyn Corbin and what's the deal with him because we keep hearing the smears against him that he's an anti Semite and you even went there and I got a little pushback from a couple of listeners who said he the is not. This is the same bullshit. They're pulling on named the candidate here at smear tactics that Jeremy Corbyn is not anti-semitic. I'm not over there so I don't really really no Do you know I mean more about the back story here. Like wh why this is being said or is there any proof or did he do anything. Although there was an issue over the summer where it was a very clear situation calling for him to vote and say look we are. We are nothing dramatic and he didn't he waffled he pulled the Donald Trump in some respects might just not responding to the question and I think that's how the row okay fueled and started and it just took on a life of its own and you know I'm. I'M NOT GONNA get into the series. That's not important. I think the problem he has right now is that he's very weak party leader. He's been taking leading that party into an election. It doesn't look particularly good even in his bat and Boris Johnson is he could still end up walking on majority which is scary right. No I hear you well. It's all scary. Look Netanyahu also evil evil man. I cold called hotel in Tel Aviv and spoke with a wonderful woman who has just was beside herself happy with happiness that it looks like he's GonNa lose but until they form a government we we don't know it's still neck and neck over there. Let's hope that the bad guys are truly ushered out and it brings in a new you a new era of peace love and harmony. How about that. I'm not sure that's folks because if you look at the guy who he's currently sharing space we in the polls. Benny gets his name. Who's also a hard liner? He's also not not exactly a dove but but he I'll take incremental change at this point and I will take take anything that gets Netanyahu out of there as a buffer until they can move more progressive direction. How's that exactly exactly I mean it's it's an astonishing tell him and then we're going to look back at. September twenty four you know as a fairly important day in politics because I mean think that you've got the Supreme Court decision starting things off at five thirty in the morning Utah and then the whole drama running over here at the same time trump says is I think what you know. Kubler Ross has ex-members stage. Yeah what he's trump's got his own stages ages of no. I didn't say it well. You know I might have said it but if I did. It's not a crime up. I did say it wasn't a crime. That's right so he got yeah. I did it today and you know. It does his response the opportunity there to really kick some tale but it's it's just it's just it's a strange day and you know. It's one that we're going to look back and say gee that September. Twenty fourth two thousand nineteen wasn't important day until industry for hey that she'll live on in infamy anyway Dennis Campbell. You and I are GonNa talk either tomorrow or the next thing because you're gonNA come on the broadcast with me later in the week as this all folds over there and we'll you know we'll we'll be able to talk a little more in depth over there about what's happening happening so you'll keep us posted. Thank you very much find Dennis Gamble on give off a big kiss from me. Well do thanks all right bye you can find line. Dennis on twitter at client loyalty. DC and I will post a link to him as we await his new podcast to begin. That's coming in the near future all right it is Tuesday. Laffy is going to be here. I know I got a lot of news but you know what we'll get to it. Maybe SORTA Kinda at if I don't get to it during the course of the show I'll play the what's news even extended version afterwards because I'm not filling in for broadcast today Antequera Brad and does today and then I'm in for them like for the next two weeks so we got you know basically double shows coming up for the next little while. Oh that's all right so I'm going to play. We didn't do a comedy bit to start thing. I thought we'll get a little bit of laughter to lead into gotTa laugh and for for that we turn to our friend Lauren Mayer. Take it away. Lauren Sean Spicer can't dance and Randy Boob it on the TV show. He did really weird acting in a shirt arrested glow we we thought he was a clown. After that performance now we know the trump folks say that the votes gotta be enticed because the judges don't love God or see how Sean sacrificed so now he's going and showing that Shimmying for Bryce I founded on the bongos really off the beat beat the bounded on the dance floor showed us to left the from his time in the White House yet. They should have one after all the tap dancing and dodging he's done Blattman Sega's. He said voice and it's all because spicer wants to make spaghetti so fake and the ball the way. It's all really dance hall to be. The way is a piece of false. on the small mouths wants next the wall all right. We also Lauren Mayer what time it is now. Don't you know it's time for laughing. Eh It's time for the Nicole Sandler show segment the shooting the Shit Alavi. Oh yes every Tuesday gotta laugh and I get together to review the news of the day in a segment. We call shooting the Shit with got laugh. I we've got to get her on the line. Hello Oh I yes. You've reached the Yes trump. Is this stupid hotline. Okay and and you'll notice you'll notice youtubers the audios working today just saying okay go ahead yeah how novel press one if you think trump was is going to attack. Biden for being senile but then he forgot what he was going to say okay press two. If you think trump's I've been digging himself into a hole so deep that three migrants used it to cross the border press press three if you think trump thinks his whistle blower is such a lying sneaky low-life that he's considering hiring for a cabinet position yeah. There's always that always an option speaking speaking of the whistle blower tweets my goodness well. I mean we just gotTa. Find my tweet. My twitter window ya where Adam Schiff is has tweeted that we he said we have been informed by the Whistle Blowers Council that their client would like to speak to our committee and has requested guidance from the acting as to how to do so. We're in touch with council and look forward to the whistleblowers testimonies soon as this week but then I wanted to. I have more for later down. This is Michael Michael Michael Gillett. This is huge. The whistle blower on trump's bribe offered Ukraine wants to speak on the record to the House and the Senate Intelligence Committee's buckle up. Yes well now. Here's what's scary about this though because it is it is a scary situation. I'm looking for the actual clip from I think it was from Friday here. It is Adam Schiff was on Rachel maddow's show on Friday night and she asked him well now that the whistle blower went through the appropriate channels went to the inspector general who did an investigation found it to be credible and urgent turned turned over to the Lord's deny Xiao turnover the full whistle report to Congress this acting DNA because we don't have an actual deny said oops. I'm not going to do that because Donald Trump said. I can't so shift. Rachel asked shift now that he's gone through the pro or she. She has gone through the proper channels. Can they come directly to you and here was Adam Shifts answer basically explaining why they can't guarantee they can protect this person. You look we would love to talk with the whistle blower directly and it was certainly our expectation. When we wrote this statute that there would be an opportunity for anyone in the I see to come to the committee and expose wrongdoing and that's always been the case because whistleblower complaints even when they were found not credible even when they were found not urgent we're referred to our committee and the whistle blowers told you could go talk to the committee here. The director is refusing to tell the whistle blower that in fact the department of Justice is effectively telling the whistleblower. You're not covered which means that there is a real risk even in coming to Congress and that is obviously a supreme problem. I would love to be able to say that. The president won't be vindictive. that the Justice Department vindictive but I can't make that assurance if the Department of Justice has taken the position your not covered and you know the the people who do come for their assured that if they do their complaint we'll get to Congress and so a lot is riding on this assist. Those promises are hollow that means these important sources of information about wrongdoing are going to dry up and that that can't be I mean they need to shore shore up the whistle blower laws and protections because this is bullshit. Oh is it ever but I like. I'm looking at his statement again. His tweet Adam shifts and it says we're in touch with council and looking forward to the testimony as soon as this week I so I wonder if there was a way to give them that protection night it. I would hope so I would think why would he come out with a statement other right. I basically putting it out there that the whistle blower or has been in communication and saying that he or she wants to come forward but I'm guessing that the only way that'll happen is if some protections are afforded the fact that this administration is basically by not providing those protections is threatening this person. Oh absolutely theon detective retaliation and that's frightening. That's the hallmark of a dictatorship it absolutely in fact. I'll go on to read the other comments on that. You WanNa Gimme my tweedy intro. Oh sure let's we we gotta let loose the Birdies Yeah Tweet I. I'll tell you I loved it when I opened up twitter and it was one after another Nancy Pelosi is going to formally say articles of impeachment at five o'clock. It was like the next one and the next one and the next it's for me because I was on. I guess I was on earlier the the new if I it was an onslaught of I've come out for impeachment. I'm I'm now supporting pitchman enquiry. I'm now supporting one after the other after the other after the other from different Congress member so I'll tell you the flood gates were probably opened by John. Lewis exactly oh my goodness what a moment John. Lewis stood on on the floor of the House. Here's a little bit of it because it's been patient when we tried every other path and use era of the two we will never find the truth unless we use the power given to the House of Representatives and the House alot so to begin an official investigation as dictated by the constitution. The future about democracy is as St Doubt Komo time when you have to be moved to spirit I history to take action to protect the desert integrity of our nation. I believe eighth at surely the lead the time to begin impeachment proceedings against this president has come to delay to otherwise would betrayed the foundation democracy preach it brother other better late than never. I'm glad they're all coming around. I guess it took this and I'll tell you if they didn't come around after after this then you know well. Oh yeah but I think the reason they they came around on this. They had this so pathetic is because because it's an easy story to tell everybody can see beginning middle end it can be set in a tweet so they feel more confident about about walking in with this rather than having to explain the whole. Muller report thing on top of everything else so they have something to hang onto or hang their hat on or whatever stupid thing you want to say so I guess that's why and then once the right people came out for it then everybody could as we said John Lewis. Everybody could pile on after that so there's a lot to it's all political bullshit some of the reaction to the whistleblower that I have some reaction on the impeachment announcement. Let's see aw L. E. Hoenig I guess I don't know how not are not that ally Haneke's. CNN write Lennon Elliott Elliott. I I think he's yeah I think so wow whistleblowers certainly are entitled to protection if they so choose but also can choose to come forward publicly even trump and bar can't stop her obstruct this but as we were just saying they they may not be able to stop him or her but they can retaliate and then Scott Stedman in who is an investigative reporter who I I really like he said I can't overstate how incredible and gut wrenching this decision must have been the whistle slower is prepared to drop all protections given to him her in order to inform the American people wow and we're all dying to know who it is and judging judging from the events the calendar around the time of the phone call to the leader of Ukraine it look it was right eight just a couple of days after Dan Coats Deanna who's now his job is still by an acting deny when he left left and when he left he went to his second in command sue Gordon and said you need to resign now too and she did immediately and it was like two days later that at this whistle blower report was filed so you know you put two and two together. Just seems like it's one or both of them yeah. That's exactly what's been kind of simmering in twitter land. They're saying it's GonNa be who else so we'll find out eventually but I mean so much is going on. Okay so on on. Oh here so trump tweeted. I am currently at the United Nations representing our country with a capital Z. But have authorized the release tomorrow of the complete. The qualified unredacted fully declassified unredacted acted transcript. If my phone conversation with presidents Alinsky of the Ukraine you'll see it was a very friendly and totally appropriate con- no pressure I might be Biden's. No quid pro quo oh. I'm sorry I'm sorry does he so I'm thinking to myself so will you do the redacted version meaning altered version yeah even though he says or is it the sharpie happy Markup Veran. It's allegedly gonNA be unredacted and a complete transcript and what we say to that is not good enough. We should shit enough now. Do the whistleblower complaint that all the incidents all the information okay so then Andrew Feinberg who is media White House reporter said context alert trump. White House often edits transcripts just yet my said to remove unflattering statements Mr Make It seem as if trump did not say something he actually said and then empty wheel Marcy Wheeler said as trump denies a quid pro quo to his latest impeachment activity you remember that his obstruction prevented Muller from obtaining evidence key to turn to determining quid pro quo in the last one anything short of whistleblower complaint Santa's more obstruction and then Glenn Kirschner the Attorney said I'm sure this will be the bill bar approved of the transcript which will can contain definitive evidence of no obstruction no collusion and then empty will went on to say dear press. Please don't be chumps by believing that the transcript script adequate. Yup By law Congress gets the full whistle blower complaint not just an isolated transcript and then Justin Miller a lot of their lottery reaction for the daily. Beast said Ukraine expected military aid from the US in two thousand nineteen as part of the annual Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative initiative authorized by Congress in two thousand fifteen the absence of aid would be noticed immediately in Kiev without trump needing to say a word uh-huh and it was because all reports say after this allegedly friendly conversation in which trump invoked Biden eight times times according to the reports. We've seen the Ukrainians were wondering what wondering where the money is because it just didn't appear it disappeared it was supposed to be given to them in aid and it was it was just not mentioned it was not brought up it was disappeared appeared until people started making noise about it and then then they just release it without any fanfare showing that they got caught thought yes oh you know they're so obvious it's embarrassing. If they're GONNA be criminals they should do it better. No kidding so stupid. David Shuster tweeted House Democrats expect Pelosi will green light a quote narrow impeachment inquiry plus Special Committee hearing focused on on trump and Ukraine. The goal says one lawmaker is to keep this simple with a committee vote and subsequent House floor boat in weeks not months. That's his take on it or what he's heard. I keep hearing all different things by the way I mean one thing after another and then this is right in line with what you tweeted all immigration tweeted House Democrats are so good with impeachment media blitz. They are announcing it today then taking in two weeks off leaving the airwaves for the trump propaganda. Do you get all your strategy hints from Fortune Cookies if she doesn't cancel this recess. I don't know what I mean. It would be typical. It will be just is typical of the Democrats it would it would or if not outright canceled do what what's his name. Jerry Nadler originally said and just do things during the recess you know he said we will be open to to UH. He says whether it's called off or not exactly so she doesn't cancel recess for everyone the House Judiciary Committee needs to stay in in session the other thing that are floating is putting together a new committee to simple to deal exclusively with this so like there was a Watergate Committee. I guess there would be a you know. A what do we call it. A extortion committee trump extortion yeah well the good thing about there are pros and cons. Some people in my feed screaming now. Don't do that come on on the other hand I had attorneys saying I can't recall which ones but I I noticed different legal minds popping up here and they're saying actually that's a really good way to focus and have a consistent. You know a real water her Watergate style thing happening. We're every day we control the cycling. UK Attorney's questioning hopefully people so and one other thing thing they need to do is if somebody pulls some nonsense like Corey Lewandowski have the sergeant at arms on site eight ready to arrest them. You commit contempt of Congress. You're going to be arrested and yes we cleared out the cell in the basement that is now a jail cell once again then and we can use it because we are empowered to do so and so and and people like Rob Porter and the other guy whose name I keep forgetting who just ignored ignored the congressional subpoenas last week they need to be arrested the need to to to stiffen their spines and actually do something other than issue a strongly worded letter right one of one of the Congress members who I can't remember off hand somebody who I give some credence to said they they mentioned that they said we should do this. You know and they mentioned exactly what you just said so hopefully that's being taken can vary seriously now and they'll consider that because I mean they're being walked on and and it's it's just humiliating and they really really really better get an attorney doing the questioning no kidding no kidding what what a difference that made. Don mcgann what I didn't say anything about Don mcgann Noah the Rob Porter and the other guy who didn't come in with reporter last week but yes don mcgann also ignored the subpoena and he should be arrested arrested two and held in contempt if you if you ignore a congressional subpoena you are in contempt of Congress. Sorry ass arrest arrest them. You can make yourselves aggressive and assertive show who's boss. Don't let them get away with anything anymore. We so past that this onslaught of news has happened over the last two or three days. Now has given them full permission. They don't need to pussyfoot around anymore anymore. They don't need to sound apologetic as they were because they felt well some people. I guess they didn't think we really had a case because you know. Obstruction of justice isn't enough. Collusion isn't enough so they felt not confident. I guess in what they were doing. They don't need to do that anymore right. They never did need to but you know what I'm saying. Now they've got a cut and dry. I story line here. They can just run with this bright and by the way just as an aside I did you. Did you happen to see it was embarrassingly. Singley bad trump's speech before the UN. Oh Oh my God I did. I tweeted about it I said why is he reading like this. I like this. I'M GONNA play. I tuned in in the middle because I was recording an interview. That'll air tomorrow on the bradcasting case you were wondering when he started his address and I started seeing things on twitter about his low energy and so when I finished the interview I just hit the recorder and just listen to his cadence listen to his voice. This quote has all the wrong on this false sense of virtue before the lives wellbeing and countless innocent and people when you undermine what does security you are undermining human rights and human dignity. L. And it went like that for the we're good spoke. He went like border illegally. Please hear these words. Do not pay the smugglers. Do ought not do not put yourself in danger. Okay that's enough. It went like Oh my God. They caught at one point two Wilbur Ross who was sleeping thing he was sleeping. I have a I think I have a tweet about that. Yeah I mean I turned it on about two thirds of the way through because early here right right and and we slept late oops so we've got to set the alarm and we like both shot up in bed went. Oh what time is it so yeah it toward the end and when I saw it he literally was doing one word at a time and yeah it was. It was full full. It was so bad oh my God and then he did the thing where he said the wrong word and then he added had and right right right anything. We don't notice that like ours. I'm going to admit I mean I didn't admit and I didn't admit right. I mean he'll he'll just he'll say the word and an ad whatever he was supposed to say that's supposed to be okay like we're not gonNA notice you can't read why can't he just say rather or excuse me. I meant to say you know just like a normal person. Everybody makes mistakes when they read. That's okay but he admitted mistake so so you know the other thing that that's coming out in all this is how complicit his his acolytes are. Ah Mick Mulvaney Okay Mick Mulvaney heads up the office of Management and Budget and as such that's how trump got him to pull the four hundred million dollars military aid for Ukraine and put it on hold because he ran the O. M. B. as acting chief of staff. That's not part of his his duties but because he's now straddling both these positions and I think oh still running the consumer financial protection bureau. He can do these things. This is why trump has just a few people now in these acting positions because they bow in his general direction dole listener. They're not accountable. This acting deny is proof of that he I should be arrested too because the law states the DNA Xiao turnover the whistle blower report to Congress to the Intelligence Hannity's pinstr pen should be held accountable to lutely absolutely on my goodness. Um Yeah Anyway. I'm going to by the way did you. Did you hear what pens did this weekend weekend. I just have to get this in which thing okay mackinac island in Michigan is is like a fire island New York. There are no no vehicles allowed on the island so there's this Republican retreat or or some Republican Conference on mackinac island pence helicopters hopped in. They ferried over vehicles for him so his motorcade of eight eight. SUV's could run through the town. The through mackinac island where vehicles are not allowed all my join. The environment has never really been a thing of the goal of these people. They are just so reprehensible reprehensible. It's disgusting. They're the worst people that ever lived there. They the epitome of a of a movie villain there everything you hate and more because it's really happening. It's and there are so many of them. It's not like we'll only trump and they're kind of like you know. We're kind of embarrassed because he's trump is doing. They're all doing it. They're all this bad there. They should all be tried. Convicted and thrown in prison for the rest of their lives are horrible horrible. People who are destroying lives destroying the earth and it's almost irreparable so I mean a lot of it is a reputable. It is it's number because she does something so cool. Oh God there's an other than her original coolness okay first of all because I didn't get to it today. I I actually WanNa play her speech because it was just so brilliant and it wasn't even a speech so to set the stage this is the beginning of the Climate Action Action Summit at the UN she had given her remarks prepared remarks. Yesterday I believe this was a panel and so she's up on the stages and she's asked question. I'm going to play the video for those of you watching on Youtube. If you're listening you'll hear it. You can hear the intensity in her voice. You can hear the power and my only the comment is this was was just this is yesterday and this whole the pressure pressure of this whole the enormity of this event of these events have to be weighing on her. She's a sixteen year old girl. We know that she's got asperger's asperger's. I worry that she's not sleeping enough that she's not taking her time for herself that she's too overloaded because it's easy to get over stimulated related but oh my God I give her so much credit for this passion all right. Here's a gratitude Berg speaking yesterday at the U N I climate strike. I was lonely event a little over a year ago and in the intervening time you have sparked the interest of millions literally of children around the globe demanding action. Shen for climate change. What's your message to world leaders today here. She goes my message. Is that we'll be watching you. This is all wrong. I shouldn't be up here. I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean yet. You all come to US young people for hope. How dare you you have stolen my dreams might childhood with your empty words yet. I'm one of the lucky ones people are suffering. People are dying entire ecosystems collapsing we are in the beginning of MS extension and all you can talk about is money adventure tales of each economic growth. How dare you I love love that line for more than thirty years. The science has been crystal clear. How dare you continue to look away and comey saying that your doing enough enough when the politics and solutions needed still nowhere in sight you say you hear us and that you understand on the urgency but no matter how sad and angry I am. I do not want to believe that because if you really understood the situation and still kept on failing to act then you would be evil and that I refuse to believe she's breath so eloquence sixteen wow and this is not her first language popular idea of cutting our emissions in half in ten years only gives gives us a fifty percent chance of staying below one point five degrees and the risk of setting of irreversible chain reactions beyond human control fifty percent may be acceptable to you but those numbers do not include tipping points most feedback loops this additional warming hidden by toxic air pollution or the aspects of equity climate justice the also rely on my generation sucking hundreds of billions of tons of your co two out of the air with technologies that barely exist so a fifty percent send risk is simply not acceptable to us. We have to live with the consequences to have sixty seven percent chance. Shawn's of staying below at one point five degrees global temperature rise the best odds given by the world had four hundred twenty Giga tons instead of co two left to emit back on January first two thousand eighteen today that figure is already down to less than three hundred and fifty fifty guitars. How dare you pretend that this can be sold with just business as usual and some technical solutions with today's emissions levels that remaining. Co Two budgets will be entirely gone within less than eight and a half years. There will not be solutions or plans presented in line with these figures here today because these numbers number so to uncomfortable. You are still not mature enough to tell it like it is. You're not mature enough. I love your failing us but the young people are starting to understand your betrayal. The ice of all future generations are upon you and and if you choose to fail us I say we will never forgive you. The we will not let you get away with this right here right. Now is where we draw the line. The world is waking up and change is coming whether you like it or not. I think you just go awesome. What an incredible young woman she's articulate. She's bright. She's compassionate. She's passionate in it. Oh my goodness you've got a 'cause she's standing up for it and she's walking the walk and wow and what is trump to trump's smears her. Did you hear okay. That's yeah well here. I go go ready. y'All because it's got a it's got a good end does okay so trump tweeted over a tweet about that speech MHM and his tweet was she seems like a very happy young girl looking forward to a bright and wonderful future so nice to see and he was being obviously very sarcastic and everybody jumped on it okay so then juxtapose to that is gratitude. Burg's her account Yup her profile page Asia and it says now her nearly half the young girl looking forward to a bright and wonderful future bomb took and exactly actly took him as her own said. Fuck you you know what I think it her own special way in her own special way Greta with singing a song to Donald Donald Trump. You know there's that there's that lifts that's going around when he walked in and she noticed him us and that's look it's a dagger coming out of rice. It was just perfect. I know that you know how the trolls a a spin that one how oh look at her trump walked right by her and ignored her swear to God okay. I got got so many trump tweeted that line that you said was your favorite line it was to um and I tweeted that out over with something else and how much I love her or something and how it brought tears to my eyes and I it got tweeted over well over a thousand times man. I didn't like really because I thought everybody was tweeting and and and I guess it got retweeted by the right people but then what happens when that happens is I get inundated by trolls and I mean for a good twenty four hours. I'm still Lsu and that's I got an they all had the same talking point too and that was and I may have a tweets on his. I don't remember but that's how we're using her. She's she's somebody first of all. She's a Brat and then she suffers from a disability and how we're using that and we're exploiting that and Blah Blah Blah and the now now anyway Andrew Weinstein or Weinstein depending share of the Democrats Lawyers Council said it speaks volumes that there are actually Republicans who were more critical of the Parkland students students and gratitude Berg than they are of Putin and Kim Jong Un no that's true that the truth doesn't that speak albums okay then there's an somebody tweeted me an article from the Irish Times but it ends like this and I thought it was so good why is Greta tune brick so triggering because of what she represents in age democracy is under assault she hints at the emergency of a new kind of power convergency of youth popular protests an irrefutable science and for her loudest detractors. She also represents something else the site of their own. I'm sorry this side of their impending obsolescence hurtling towards them okay Bam but a boom bomb oh so back to the speech the terrible speech we were talking about Wilbur Ross. I said an MSNBC Guest Wilbur Ross was in the audience and slept through trump's speech as it comes to think about trump slept through his honesty. The Roth story occasionally does these roundups of you know. Trump's speech was so bad twitter went ballistic and so there's there's one there now that they tweet quoted me on here. The headline is somebody else's tweet tweet brain cells leaking out of my ears. Internet recoils at trump's insane. UN address mine is the last one they quote at the bottom of the page and of course it. It doesn't want load for me so I can't do it alone. Eventually I think I'm just using a lot of lot of bandwidth here all right with bland with here here it come and go to so Nicole Sandler tweeted at real donald trump embarrassing Americans daily. What an an awful laughingstock. He is this quote speech was just plain awful awful twice from the words written by Stephen Miller probably and spoken by a son-nam somnambulent MHM Nambu lint look it up trumpers. It's Asleep Walker you know I just figured I'd use a big word. I guess that's why it was popular because some Boston to look it up but he didn't look like he was asleep. It did he looked. Somebody said his eyes look like little slits like a picture of two mouths when they put the mouth where the I should should be as little funny things anyway Here's something that just irked me yesterday. This is from yesterday but I saved it because it irked me all day until trump had his little ego rally. They had the thing in the corner where they say Houston. Trumps trump rally begins hate that I hate it and I tweeted tweeted it and I said stop doing this. MSNBC and then rusty cannon one of my follower said stop covering his rallies or start covering all Bernie's Elizabeth and other democratic challengers as well I just hate this. It's like it's not that they didn't learn from two thousand sixteen. EXCHAN- they don't WanNA learn from two thousand sixteen right. They're doing this intentionally. No look this hurrying with the asking the the leader the president of Ukraine to get dirt on his political opponents. This is history repeating. This is exactly what he did. Hey Russia if you can find those it was three thousand emails. He's doing it again. It was specifically blatantly. You're not allowed to do this and he says fuck you. I'll do whatever I please. I'm the president because you know you know ups. You know that it is not illegal yeah. That's his idol Roy Cohn and Richard Nixon well in Millhauser who is now with vox yeah yeah he moved over to box and he said the lesson of the last few days is that trump could accuse Elizabeth Warren of having a sexual affair with Leon Trotsky and the New York Times headline would be what we know about the scandals allegations against Elizabeth Warren. Oh my God that's that's what it's true though they always turn. He said that's what they would do because that's what they keep doing. They keep indulging trump right and this is exactly the type of headline they would put out. He's right Yup Jeff Style. Here's something that I liked what the next Jeff Stein of Walpole he said what the next president it could do unilaterally by David Dan. Oh here's what David Dan I'll you that no by did see it because the interview that I recorded for tomorrow's Brad cast is with David David Dan about this David Day and there's a new executive editor of the American prospect and he said he had this idea the first time interviewed for the job to do something like that so it's a it's an eleven part series. They came up with thirty things that the new president can do on day one without out you know having to pass any laws based on laws that already been passed some our executive actions. Some are not just things that a new president could do so David. Dan will be my guest tomorrow on the broadcast talking about this very story so that you want me to go ahead. Please do okay well. Here's what here's what his ideas were without signing a single new law the next president can lower prescription drug prices cancel student. Dan Break up the big banks. Give everybody who wants one on a bank account counteract the dominance of monopoly power protect farmers from price discrimination and unfair dealing forced divestment from fossil fuel projects x close a slew of tax loopholes hold crooked CEOS accountable guy mandate reductions of greenhouse gas emissions allow effective legalization of marijuana. I WanNa make it easier for eight hundred thousand workers to join a union and much much more we have compiled a series of essays. Blah Blah Blah exactly what you're going to talk about the they'll be rolled out a few at a time so so far there's only been like three or four of them that have been rolled out the marijuana one one because I was interested in that and and so they'll be rolled down over the next couple of weeks so it's a great set prospect dot org you can read it and again. Listen to our interview tomorrow broadcast. Yeah that's good Loyd. That's good okay so buzzfeed. tweeted Fox News has apologized to sixteen-year-old climate activists Gretchen Berg after conservative Pundit Michael Knowles called alter a quote mentally ill Swedish child on the networks air which is what I was saying to you and then a jet appetite tweeted Lachlan Murdoch made a forty eighty two million last year promoting hate and division so this is just one of many things they've done and they've only apologized for this and their apology means nothing anyway so cluster. Fox is what I like to call. Yup Ned price net price who was a special assistant to Obama Obama. He was talking about okay so I he quotes over this Tom NOCCO Nanako. I never know how to say names anymore. So I'm like that bad buzzfeed said Wow New York Times publisher says the trump administration was prepared to sit back and allow one of US journalists to be arrested in Egypt so the paper turn the reporters native Ireland for help and it was those diplomats who got him out not the U. S. So ned price said a lot going on but I can't get over the fact that trump administration was content to let an American reporter behold off to Egypt in prison where Americans have been detained for years in in some cases deciding not to warn the New York Times required an affirmative decision and that's chilling yes. This story is on on. I say it's unbelievable but it's totally believable because we're talking about the trump administration and this is the the heinous shit they do on a daily. Lee Basis exactly and then one more thing I want to read. I have a bunch from yesterday but this one from yesterday. I'd like to get to you and I talked about this. Ted Lieu do he tweeted out. Trump has okay. He okay okay. Trump has around thirty attorneys working to defy Congress and the American people are House counsel staff is a tiny is tiny in comparison time to change our approach. Oh He's the one that said it uses inherent contempt power dramatically increase house counsel staff. We need to fight right back effectively and then impeachment lawyer. Ross garber replied. I've been noting that one of the ways you can tell house. Dem's aren't doing a real impeachment. Inquiry is to look at the size and the lawyer staff Berry Burk Norm Eisner Great Moon Heart Time as Ted Lieu Notes House DEM lawyer staff is tiny so and that's that's something to keep an eye on. If they're increasing their staff at it's meaningful data well it is it is now three fifty nine eastern so Nancy Pelosi should just be going into this House Democratic Caucus meeting in which I guess she will tell her members that she's now in favor of impeachment and to get the ball rolling in an hour five eastern. She will allegedly make the announcement. I'm going to hold off on producing the first segment of the broadcast Ono. You know what I'm not on Bradstock today never mind Angie Koi rose in for Branson so she'll cover it. I'll have it all tomorrow. That makes my life so much easier. Yes godel in the meantime. Sorry for those who don't know. Brad's father had a suffered a really really bad stroke last week and the prognosis is not good so radin dizzy are out. I'm filling in taking most of the slack Andrew Queiroz helping a little bit but ah you know look. I know what it's like. I told Brad don't worry about his show. He's in good hands. We'll take care of it so I'm pulling double duty for awhile now so any any guest suggestions feel free to send them my way so Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi. Go do the right thing all right. GotTa gotTa Laugh Finder on the twitter. Is that GONNA laugh and here every Tuesday and well. I'll see on the twitter's later all right bye.

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Ep. 733 - Send Her Back?

The Andrew Klavan Show

45:49 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 733 - Send Her Back?

"Nancy Pelosi delivered a speech the other day in front of either a flaming pile of week-old fertilizer or the House of Representatives. It's become increasingly hard to tell them. Apart Pelosi was offering a resolution to condemn Donald Trump for saying things that could be twisted to sound racist or in other words for being a Republican in the tradition of the recent Democrat resolution to condemn anti-semitism which ended up condemning everything and therefore nothing Pelosi offered to condemn all presidents whose words could be misrepresented as racist or who were Republican or who had orange hair or who were named trump in condemning the words that could be twisted to sound racist squad member IANNA Presley from the state of Lunacy said quote. We cannot have racism in this country but instead only have black people who say black things women people who say women women things and gay people who say gay things and all things should be the things I want them to say then we will be free on quote representative Ilhan Omar also spoke up for the resolution saying quote how dare trump say I should go back to Somalia when I love this country so much I just explode preferably in the middle of a crowded street and when an anti-american Racist Donald Trump says that I support al Qaeda I won't even dignify that with the response certainly not with an honest response unquote Alexandria occasional cortex added her voice to the anti-trump resolution saying I just WANNA reach out to every child all around the world and say whether you're black or white or Mexican or a drug smuggler from Costa Rica or terrorists moving weapons through Argentina this country belongs to you it will when I get through with it. Unquote for four Republicans voted for the resolution congressman dopey sleepy wimpy and Scuds the other Republicans fear that if Donald Trump were silence there would be no one left to say Republican things because they sure as hell weren't going to do do it. I mean I'm Andrew Claybin. This is the Andrew Claybon show so sure Jake Thompson disabilities. It's so wonderful to see uh-huh why people go to auto parts stores they go because they feel insecure and they think the person behind the desk is GonNa look into a computer and find out something they don't already know but it's actually not always true and rock auto. Will we'll give you the stuff you need right. 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So here's a story from the old days when Shapiro the God king and I were on on a site called truth revolt before we all got fired and regrouped for the daily wire in two thousand four the European Space Agency performed the miraculous feat of landing a probe on a comet instead of celebrating this giant step for all all mankind feminists attacked one of the scientists on the project because because he wore a shirt with sexy cartoons of women on it by the time these shrieking shrews were done with this guy. The poor nerd was nearly in tears and forced into a Stalin show-trial style apology. So of course I thought it would be hilarious if I wore the same shirt in my next satirical truth revolt video without even mentioning it so we had this annoying factum hanging out around the place named Michael Goals and I asked Knowles to locate such shirt and because knowles turned out to be a very stable genius he found the last one available so I'm prepping for the video and I put the shirt on and I looked down and I felt like a total idiot. What a stupid sexist shirt? This was is because of course in real life. I like people of the female persuasion in general and at least one of them happens to live very close to the center of my universe. I believe it is my privilege and responsibility to treat the Lady of my house in an elevated manner that includes behaving in such a way that people I can see how I honor and respect her so I don't go to Hollywood parties where a lot of sexual malfeasance might be taking place and I don't wish stupid shirts with sexed up cartoons of women on them but I wore one that day you can go on Youtube and see it by searching Klavan even and Gamer Gate because I wanted to make the point that people should be free to wear whatever they want and we should treat our fellow humans with humor and grace and we should focus on important things like landing on comets instead of on unimportant things like doc feminism now like Shapiro's wife. My son Spencer is a doctor. Unfortunately he's a P._H._d.. In ancient Greek classics so unless you're suffering from an imbalance of the humors the kid is basically useless but Spencer did explain to me that I was operating here in an elocution every way instead of in a proposition away I didn't know what that meant either but he explained that elocution involves the social effect of an utterance of what you say in this case wearing the shirt to declare our right to free speech whereas proposition means to propose the actual meaning I express which in this case was wearing a crass and sexist shirt now the left has wrapped us in a mental prison by purposely mistaking are ill locations for propositions propositions until we're afraid to even make a joke without explaining it because we don't want the outrage mop showing up at our door or more importantly at our sponsors door so yesterday donald trump had a rally and when he started describing the medicines of congresswoman's Ilan Omar Omar de Palestine the crowd started chanting centre-back many on the left and right reeled in horror at the chant fearing that proposition Li it was racist or more accurately xenophobic but my friend John Nolte scoffed at these pro cutters saying they know this was an elocution act not tweeted quote the centre-back chant is as American as it gets is everyday Americans being hilariously inappropriate poking a hole in the joyless pompous mugs who responded responded exactly as they hoped now I think in the case of Ilan Omar on a visceral emotional level the crowd and nolte have appoint. She's an American all right but a more ungrateful un-american terrorist sympathizing Jew Hating wretch the American would be pretty hard to imagine so yeah I'll go with elocution here. We feel send her back in our hearts not because of the color of her skin but because of the content of her philosophy and so being Americans who can say anything we damn well want we will chant no matter how many people and left US news outlets get all teary eyed and grump about but at the same time I have to note that the proposition side of this is dangerous both politically and yes morally that chance is going to be appearing in Democrat ads forever and it could bring out many angry left. Left leaning voters in two thousand twenty who stayed home in two thousand sixteen as our president would say not good plus. I want even the crowds to be clear about this. One thing Omar stinks not because she's black but because it I mentioned she's an ungrateful un-american terrorist sympathizing Jew Hating wretch. Could we somehow make a chance out of that probably not but I think we can do better and smarter than centreback all right. It's mailbag day today and we will get to that and solve all your problems in this problem the problem of this crazy screaming going on in your ear driving people off the road with shock and we will we will get to more about this Illinois more thing that I let us talk about Ray con- you know when I'm hiking I sometimes times listen to my audio books which I love and I want good ear sip phones and the ones that everybody uses frequently fall out of my ears. 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She didn't want to give an answer to that question. Omar blame the United States for the crisis in Venezuela. I mean think of that one and she looks down with contempt on the hardworking American American saying that ignorance is pervasive in many parts of this country and obviously and importantly Omar Omar has a history of launching vicious anti-semitic screens so of course the media reacted with their usual calm objective fair minded you know approach <hes> where they put everything in context and gave the whole thing now of course not. They had their hair on fire. I think they actually have a blowtorch so they can set their hair on. Fire are at any given time and of course there's racist raise. Let's look at one Mika Brzezinski this. This is the stuff that I just find hilarious where they're so full of virtue our news people are so full of virtue that when they see something a little off until toward <hes> they actually a burst into into tears. I try not to invoke my father because I could never live up to even be half who he was the people like my father and people like Madeleine Albright who came here and made this country greater point the president's term they will tell you that this is pure and simple evil and that someone's going to get hurt whether it be someone in an office today or in school will or anywhere in America someone is going to get hurt whether they are hurt personally emotionally psychologically or physically so virtuous Jeez so cheers as Berwick cheese evil. She just absolutely innocent she can't. She can't stand it as somebody's watch. This and I think it's nice. I have some news with emotion beliefs anyway. This is constantly say why trump got elected. I think this above all you know yesterday. We did backstage which I thought was is really entertaining and fun and Jeremy the God king did this hilarious video that hearken back to a strong bad which was just a really funny site <hes> back in the two thousands <hes> at my my son used to watch I just used to watch over his shoulder and just crack up because it was so funny and he'd made one about the squad and after it was over you know it was all this kind of mocking squad after it was over then explained the incredible ways they had to twist and turn to make sure there was nothing nothing there that media matters could pull out of context and used to cause outrage and attack us and I'm not criticizing them at all because I you know it's been Jeremy who have to make sure that the people in this play who work in this place get paid so I'm not that's not my job and I. I don't have to worry about that but I'm not. I'm not criticizing but to me. That is the problem. That is the thing we're fighting against. I mean there's going to be policy arguments. There's going to be compromises but we can't compromise right to be Americans who say crazy things and act inappropriately make jokes that that is the thing that I personally feel is the most important thing because as long as they can make us afraid as long as they can make us. You know kind of say Oh yes. I explained my jokes and all the stuff they've got us. They've got us and this is the thing this is. The reason that <hes> that trump got elected. Did I think people feel this guys like me and guys like all of us. Here are protected by the First Amendment but you're not necessarily a protected by the First Amendment if you're James Damore if that was his name who says you know I think women and men are different gets fired for it. <hes> or the people who say a man in address is not a woman even if he cuts his bits off. He's still not a woman that that will get you fired and those people are not protected by the First Amendment and so it's a problem and the thing is we are. This is the fight light that we are in right now. People see the people in the news. They want you to think it's a fight between racism and their incredible virtue but it's not it's a fight between free speech and not free speech. That's what it's a fight about and they keep using the same racecard over and over and over again until it becomes an obstacle to actual free speech and you know I despise racism I despise it as a philosophy despise it as a fact in American Life Not American life and all life while it's part of all of us were all we all have seminar heart one of the sins in our hearts we have along with lust and envious. Vs tribalism we all have it. Everyone of us have every color. It's wrong for all of us now. There's none of this stuff about. 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Here's the squad these four horse women of the apocalypse talking to Democrat Plant Gayle King <hes> Big Democrat why she's supposed to the news person on C._B._S.. This morning I don't know but here she is in listen carefully to what they say. Are you speaking to Nancy Pelosi. Our teams are in communication are keeps our but shouldn't be face to face with go to your face to members of that. No I'm very protective with all due respect. She doesn't need protection. I WanNa know if you are the new member. Not The speaker would have every right to sit down with her at any moment any time with any of us. She is speaker of the House. She can ask her meeting to sit down with us for clarification. The fact of the knowledge is and I've been racial justice work in our country for a long time acknowledged the fact that we are women of color so when you do singles out be aware aware of that and what you're doing especially because some of us are getting death threats because some of us are being singled out in many ways because of our backgrounds because of our experiences and so forth but I think he's interested in having a conversation face to taste speaker house sit down with her. Yeah no absolutely reached out to that so we are women of color so you have to be aware of that. When you criticize a stick your caller stick your womanhood your congresswoman? It's your ideas and your proposals as the matter and the languages that you talk and this is what they do they hide behind their skin color and their gender identity whatever their identity is like a kid hiding behind their mom's skirt and they think that that's supposed to protect them and it doesn't and here's a poll from Rasmussen. ASNA MUFFIN was released on Wednesday. One in three Democrats think it's racism anytime a white politician criticizes a politician of color. One third of Democrats believe that if you are white you cannot criticize a politician of Koehler says well eighty percent of Democrats believe the president is a racist eighty. Five percent of Republicans think the racism charges by his opponents politically motivated voters not affiliated with either major party or evenly divided on the question thirty two percent of Democrats thirty two percent say it's racist racist of any white politician to criticize the political views of a politician of color. That's view shared by sixteen percent of both the G._O._P.. And unaffiliated voter it should be no percent it should be no percent and we got this for eight years eight the ears of a Barack Obama anybody who said Your Policy Stink your corrupt your unconstitutional all of which was true all of which was true is always just because he's Brown. It's because he's Br that's why you're saying. That's why you're saying you know. The Middle East is on fire. The economy economy stinks. You're not letting the economy recover. You're stopping people from speaking. You're using the I._R._S.. To silence political dissent you stink. I don't care what color you are and that's the thing people this is America. People want to talk and let's talk about some of these policies that Ilan Omar is pushing. She pushed a resolution. You know there was a resolution condemning. <hes> be the boycott divestment and sanctions against Israel because it's trying to shut down the only free country in the Middle East the only one country that is unique like America is unique for being freer than other countries and Omar introduced a resolution affirming Americans rights to isolate Israel through and he or issues <hes> talking about that we should condemn in the strongest terms violence that perpetuates the occupation whether it is perpetuated by Israel Hamas or individuals but we if we are going to condemn violent means of resisting the occupation we cannot also condemn non violent means. We cannot simultaneously say we want peace than openly oppose peaceful means to hold our allies accountable. It is precisely and it's precisely when people say when people feel hopeful when people feel that nonviolence does not work that their voices won't be heard that they turned towards violence this week I introduced a resolution. Oh where civil rights leader our colleague John Lewis and Rashida to lead who know the importance of nonviolence movements it recognizes the proud history of by cut movements in this country dating getting back to the Boston Tea Party. We should honor these movements and that history the Boston Tea Party. I mean this is this is the kind of thing that the Democrats do okay think think it through the Boston. Tea Party was fought for liberty. It was fought fought to install a government up of liberty in America. It was fought to throw off the chains what they felt were was the burden of the King of England ruling America to become a free country. The the fight against Israel is a fight against a free country in favor of people who have not shown they can be free. Show me a Muslim country. That's truly free. Show me one where the fat cats at the top don't have all the money talk about inequality show me one with a women are allowed to be free and then you ah we can start to talk about it but even define Israel's existence as an occupation is already an anti-semitic attack already an attack on this country's right to exist which is yes anti-semitism per. Se you know who said so. Oh Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi about four months ago was an APEC the Jewish pack and this is what she said must also be vigilant against bigoted or dangerous ideologies masquerading as policy and that includes this last week the introduced the Schneider that would be Brad Schneider of Illinois and Nether that Jerry Nadler of New York the Schneider Nadler resolution the House that explicitly opposes that B. S. movement so she's she says the she's talking about the moment as secretly bigoted a secretly antisemitic which it is and what they do with the with the Democrats do the leftist do is they. They make moral. Roll equivalents and Omar Says Oh yes we have to be careful whether it's the Israel or Palestine you know no no. They're fighting for different things we should support the one who are fighting for the things that we believe in like freedom so once you say that they said well you just saying that because people in Palestine are Brown as if people in Israel are all one color which they're not but they say oh yes and I'm a woman and a woman of color and you know I I know a gay person and so you can't say what you cannot talk about the things that matter and that's how they protect protect themselves. You can't talk about this things that they are actually proposing and this anti-semitism this anti Israel Anti Semitism infest slow left it infest the left because people who hate freedom people who ate God hate the Jews. That's that's the way it works. I mean it says it's the devil. Anti-semitism is the devils flagpole you know it used to pop up a lot more on the right used to see it on the right now. On the very very far fringes of the right is not in the middle of the of the of the Republican Party it is he is in the heart and the beating heart of the Democrat Party is anti-semitism. Here is net roots right. This wasn't covered what we can talk about sender home forever but there's not a lot of presses and covering net roots where all the <hes> left-wing online people get together under the aegis of the daily cost and here's Mark Lamont Hill the Columbia guy the Columbia professor <hes> talking about working at a new station and how that is compromising in and of itself awesome dimension was expectations Jim Journalists. I WANNA work for Fox or maybe not name those any more and more from A._B._C. N._B._C.. Whoever I want to be able to tell these stories and it's like the same like when I meet young kids at Wharton I want to be social? Justice activists not want to be an investment banker they at some point everyone go to heaven to die right. You gotTa make you make choices about where you're going to work and if you work for a Zionist organization you're going to get Zayn this content intimate how big rich you are in the newsroom two three four seventeen or maybe just one really powerful person consistency conspiracy. I'm just saying that on his point of view. If your point of view competes with the point of view of the institution you're going to have challenges. Hill tried to walk walk that back but you can't I mean you're talking about the Jewish control of the news. That's what he's not a conspiracy but that's what he's talking about. He's talking Jews run the news you know that's the one of the oldest cliches in the business and that when windy run the news they run it for Jewish purposes but if if there is a bias toward Israel which I very much don't think there is in the mainstream media. This should be a bias toward free countries over slave countries. There should be a bias toward countries to the the good good and welfare of countries where women have rights where Muslims have more rights than they do in a lot of Muslim countries of course there should be a biased those countries. That's actually moral. You know you do have to have a moral framework even in reporting the news you don't have to be completely blank. <hes> in being objective you can be objective and say who did something wrong and who did something right. Israel does wrong things too. That's absolutely true but of course you should be more supportive of Israel than you are of countries that don't treat their people as fairly as Israel does right so the G._O._p.. Is put out a really funny ad basically just just without mentioning trump just going after the squad showing the things they say showing the fact that they don't like America <hes> and it's a good ad particular the United States is running being concentration camps on our southern border never again something if this organization is as fascist as you have called. It just said it's fascist then why don't you adopt the stands to eliminate it. You're colleague who was at the border with you compared the facilities to a concentration camp. Do you agree with that comparison absolutely weight well the fire a car. The parking lot was torched an investigator. Say the suspect through players at a propane tank to bake it explode. They took down in American flag in Colorado state flag and instead she see some of this video. They raised a Mexican flag. We are learning new details about the man who threw explosive devices in an immigration detention centre Tacoma Washington. Will you clean them Antifa for attacking an ice facility. Will you condemn the Antifa town in Washington over the weekend. Will you condemn ANTIFA for the attack. In Washington says squad goals anarchy at the end <hes> there is a it's an an excellent add. These people will <hes> set themselves on fire. They could bring down the Democrat Party and my only <hes> you know my only reservation about things like the sender back chant and all the people chanting that is that those are going to be on ads too and we do not want want those ads to inspire a leftist to show up at the polls when they were suppressed because they didn't like <hes> Hillary Clinton. We don't want them showing up in twenty twenty so you know trump look look trump made this mistake in two thousand eighteen when he went back to the base with his were being invaded baited were being invaded. Were being invaded. Let the press beat him up over racism and all the people said you know all the pro trump people said no no this is. He's speaking the truth. He's doing the right thing. You know. It is politics you do have to win. You know winners make laws as cocaine cocaine Mitch One said winner make law winners laws losers go home and so I just I just think these guys we are far more. We are far more under threat from the Socialist anti-american left than we are from Donald trump far far more under under threat from the left. That's why I WANNA see trump win and that's why I think we have to have just a little just a we should be able to say whatever we want to say but we shouldn't actually want to say things that are actually racist. This was on the border line and I understand that it's a thumbing the nose at the restrictions and all that but you gotta be smart to that's my only point about it. I I really WanNa talk about my trip to Idaho and a new Saint Andrews. I had such a good time and such an interesting experience talking <hes> to these kids <hes> who they're in a kind of Christian <hes> retreat. I don't have time now because I want to get to the mail bag. I will try to do it tomorrow because we will be on tomorrow. <HES> so you want to go to daily wire dot com and subscribe now so you can be next week mail bag and also watched the show whole without getting thrown off youtube or facebook daily wire dot com. It is what is it a lousy ten bucks a month. Come on I mean the point. Is You have that money. We want that money. Give it to us now. The MAILBAG is coming up. Was it getting fast. We're streep dul with all right. I just want to read this one. I'll try and read it quickly. As long so I'll try and edited I read from Stacey. <hes> it says dear Andrew. You weren't kidding about your whole. Your answers are guaranteed one hundred percent correct thing were you. I wrote you last November about my marriage. I talked about my charming smart funny abusive husband. I mentioned feeling terribly guilty for thinking of leaving him because I'm a Christian and it would he would be hurt. You said if there's abuse in a marriage it's not a marriage and not what God wants for me. <hes> and I went on to say. She says he went on to say at once at one point something I just couldn't stomach. Stomach you said that the worst part of abuse is at the abused person that would be me begins to believe they deserve the abuse. I rejected this notion immediately while she said I did leave about four months ago. I got some counselling. I've given it all a good long think and you were one hundred percent right deep down in places. It's so inconvenient. It's so convenient to ignore a because as scary deep down. I did believe that I deserve the abuse. The good news is I did leave my husband and the abuse behind I started a new life and most importantly I'm striving everyday to cultivate. You believe I'm free safe and loved. Your words meant so much to me. I listened to them over and over thank you. I can't thank you enough. I just want the guys in the back room. The engineers actually know that they actually are doing something for a living. Their job is not just the press that screen button all the time so I wanted to read that up on the obviously not getting through stacy. I'm so happy to hear that I really am. It moves me immensely get letters like that and I hope anybody who has experiences like that all right and let me know <hes> from Kelley demonstra Mr Clayton. I recently graduated from College. The degree in religious studies you in the daily wire podcasters help. Keep Me Sane on a very liberal college campus. <hes> thank you for that on my question is what is your opinion on women preaching interesting. I was talking about this for the guy in Idaho <hes> I I. I lead an all girls Bible. Study Pastors asked me to pray about going into ministry. I believe that men and women are created equal in the eyes of God but I also believe that men and women are different and have different god-given roles. I would love to hear your thoughts. Thank you so much. There is a line in <hes> in in Paul. I can't remember which epistle saying <hes> <hes>. I can't remember which epistle saying that women should not preach. They shouldn't have leadership roles over men <hes> I actually believe that that is not not true and I'm not even sure the translations right what I think that they were worried about at the time was <hes> women <hes> kind of becoming over emotion which seemed to be happening from reading the tax is that women were getting up and sort of <hes> ranting at people and they didn't want that to happen <hes> listen listen. I have heard many women preach and they they're false of the faults of women as the faults of men are the faults of men so you have to be careful of that. I hear women when I often hear women preach I hear them get very involved in their own emotions and very involved in their own sense of affirmation and maybe lose track of the Gospel but not all the time I have heard women preach into it exceptionally well so my my feeling about it is just like a man has to watch out for the faults of men women have to watch out for the false women when they preach but in fact I think it is worth hearing what they have to say and I believe in Christ there is no male and female so I would say that women preaching <hes> you know can be a real addition <hes> to Christian <hes> to to Christian preaching. I I do believe in the headship of men in relationships leadership of men in relationships but I don't think that that should keep women from having a voice and <hes> and from interpreting the Gospels and from giving people the you know I don't. I don't think you can get the whole sense of Christianity if you don't hear it from the female side I know there are a lot of evangelicals. People have talking to who disagree with that but I feel pretty strongly that I've heard some women say things that really rocked me and came at me from an angle but I wouldn't have thought of that. I don't think men would have thought to the night just think that's really worthwhile so that's where I come from. <hes> from Michael Dear Lord Cleveland Master of the universe me the sun shine brightly upon your head and reflect upon us <hes> I have two very dear aunts were the only family I'm close with. They were close for a long time but the last few new year's they do almost nothing but fight <hes> I see both of their positions when they fight <hes> and but they seem to completely miss the other sides of things I tried to mediate support both that hasn't worked. They won't resolve their problems won't try to find someone to mediate <hes> and also won't leave each other because of past trials whether together the whole thing is unhealthy. I and they are Christians. I pray for them but is there anything else. I can do. Feel helpless watching this train wreck from the sidelines. Thank you for your answer. It will it will change my life possibly for the better yeah no. There's nothing you can do what you can do is you can continue to have relationship with them and what might be a good idea is to have it with one of them at at a time like take them out for lunch one of them out for lunch. Take the other one after lunch and don't preach them but just listen to them <hes> hear what they have to say and try and get it's kind of. It sounds like something may have happened there. Maybe some underlying thing here so if you're listening to one of them or the other of them may be just listening to hear what's going on and maybe there's an underlying problem that you can help them address. That's what it sounds like to me. It sounds like there's something underneath the fighting that they're fighting about things on the surface but underneath that this may be some hurt <hes> going on but don't make that your goal make that a possibility by taking them out individually and having relationships with them individually and listening to them and talking to them about other things and see what comes up see where that takes you don't necessarily push push for that. That would be what I would do <hes> from Dennis I just graduated with my M._A.. In Biblical counseling and want to start building my county ministry. You've talked about your experience in counseling from the client side of things. What is some advice you would give to me as I looked to work with people as a Christian counselor I tell you the way I feel about this? Dude God does he listens and he gets at the things that are in your heart so <hes> I have been a counselor on hotlines. Not I don't have a degree or anything but I have taken training and how to do that on hotlines and the people who come to me and told me they were doing terrible terrible things in my heart. I wanted to just say stop doing that. Stop doing that but I don't think that works and I don't think the idea that I get to express my decency by telling someone the right giving someone good advice that they're they're not going to take is really helpful. When you listen to people you can sometimes get at the place in their heart? That actually knows the answer. I believe that every person is built such that there is a path to God within them and I think that if you listen to them they know they know when they're doing the wrong thing. They know when they're doing something to hurt themselves and might my experience is that about fifty percent of people who see counseling won't help the other fifty percent WanNa come and hear you say things and then tell you why you're wrong and so they try and draw you into giving them advice which they'll then tell you why that wouldn't help. You'll see that pattern again and again then other people are actually trying to find a way and they're searching for a way and if you listen to them and guide them to that way that they already know <hes> it is it can be really really helpful so think of what happens when on your pray pray God doesn't hit you with lightning if he finds out you were doing something bad <hes> what he does is he listens he speaks into your heart. He lets your heart speak to you and I think you can do that as a counselor as well <hes> from Matthew Dear Lord overseer of the multi-version everything that is good. That is my correct title in the past month. I met a girl we hit it off instantly. I've never felt the connection so quickly with a girl <hes> and that and I know she feels the same she currently lives an hour and a half away and that's no problem <hes> but I'm going to school in September. The university is four hours away on top of this. I found out that she has an exotic dancer which I think is code for scraper stripper. She's an exotic dancer so I'm not really sure what to do. I like her but don't know if I want my first serious relationship to be long long distance with an exotic dancer. I know what you're thinking. Just say the word he says really my question is do I break it off now and try to make it easier for the both of us see her until I go to school or even try to make it work in the long run for a little more context twenty-five never been a serious relationship Jim. She's gorgeous. <hes> thank you for taking my question wiser and better looking mister clean <hes> that the key line here is I know what you're thinking. Just say the word that means that you know the answer already okay. You don't know what I'm thinking. You know what you should be told obviously. Obviously there's two things in the words I found out I just found out. She's an exotic dancer. She wasn't telling you this. This is get out. This is get out of this relationship. You know this is a woman who is obviously listen. I'm not picking on people was strippers. You know people have lives that lead them to places that are not so good and I don't. I'm not passing judgment on those lives. Maybe that's better than something else that they could be doing. Maybe there's they're working their way up and out of that thing but for you right now in your life there is something that went on here where you found out about something so you were being treated dishonestly and obviously this is not a good relationship for you to be and you already know what I'm going to say because you already know what the truth is and I think what you're what you WANNA. This year is break this off because you know it's not good for your sorry. I know she's beautiful. I know she's hot. You know that's why she's doing what she's doing but you know you wanNA. Be You want to be in a good relationship especially at the beginning especially when you want to find somebody to be with forever I mean this is not does not sound like something that's GonNa last. That doesn't sound like there was honesty here either which is really important <hes> from Patricia you have spoken well saying you do not want to condemn anyone for who they love. I want to keep out of others bedrooms in which we weren't so but bombarded by labels Abel's my question though is about two men in a committed relationship who somehow got a woman to become impregnated by one of them and after the birth gave the child to them to raise the same sex couple to get to raise <hes> I rejoice that a new child has come into the world. I'm deeply troubled. The fact that the child no longer has a mother's life. We're asked to celebrate this fact. How do we do this your thoughts please okay? This was the wrong thing to do. They did immorally wrong thing to create a child purposely to give it a home home. That is not the optimal home. His is selfish very different very and I I would say this even if it was a single mother who says Oh. I'm just going to have a child by myself which I have seen many people do. I do not think that is the right thing to do. That's different very different than adopting into child who would have no home if you didn't give it an imperfect home all right so that's that's a different thing. That's generous thing that does good. This is a selfish thing that creates a person who is now going to be at a disadvantage. I think they do it for selfish. Reasons and I don't think it should be done now. Here comes the hard saying claim them okay because you're not gonNA like this. There is nothing you can do about this. There's nothing you can do about this except treat these people with love and especially this child with love. I don't know what your relationship is. I don't know how how much a part of this child's life. You're going to be like whatever it is bringing the goodness into into this child's life that you can bring there was nothing absolutely nothing to begin by preaching to these people. The harm has already been done. The act has already been accomplished <hes> when you say people I want you to rejoice of it over it. You don't have to rejoice over at all you have to do is bring the love that this child needs and maybe these people need to which would maybe help them in their lives. I know that's a hard saying because you always want to say when you see an injustice when you see something selfishly done you always WanNa tell people about it. It's not going to help just not gonNA do anything and I think what you all you can do is bring the love into the situation as it exists. There's a lot of stuff in life. We can't do anything about this is one of them but yes. Your instinct is right. This was the wrong. This is wrong selfish thing <hes> to do different than if they adopted someone who wouldn't have had any home at all <hes> otherwise <hes> from Mark D._N._C.. Get Sagacious Andrew Brother of the same birthdays I <hes> as someone who strongly believes in God and General Christian beliefs I e God wants insist love him love each other his creation selves often struggle with the godlike qualities of Jesus the man did he actually perform all of the miracles. Did you really resurrect from the dead. The Gospels were written by men sometime after his death and we all know how stories can take on a life of their own. I believe there's a spiritual world world with God at its center people have connected with God throughout time one man Jesus at the purest connection. I've gone through all this in my life. I understand what you're saying. You said when you came to Christianity that you struggle as I do <hes> can I call myself a Christian if I believe wholeheartedly in his divinely inspired message yet doubt the Verbatim Gospel claims to miracles and resurrection. I don't find it very important if Jesus walked on water clearly Jesus Christ new God and was sent to Earth to shed light on us. I'd love to hear your thoughts and yes. I did struggle with this. I mean I'm very practical guy. I'm a very down to Earth Guy <hes> but what I found is is I kind of accepted Christ provisionally on the same kind of grounds that you are want to accept him and I found over time as I studied it more as I looked into it more I found I began to believe in a lot a lot of things I didn't believe in before for one thing the you've got more eyewitness testimony to the Resurrection <hes> then you do to like the death of Julius Caesar I mean you have more historical information <hes> and the only reason we don't believe in it is this is something that both believers and non-believers believe. We both believe one thing this stuff don't happen. We all believe that otherwise if we didn't believe it we wouldn't be awestruck that it happened <hes> or the people who don't believe it wouldn't be atheist or walk away from it so we all believe this is anomalous. It's a miracle. That's what it is. It is something that has happened exactly once it has happened one time and so we have no way to say oh well. I've seen this happen four times five times so it must have happened again. The thing is the <hes> the fact that these people were preaching at risking their lives giving their lives often preaching in the town in the place where this happened in the Jerusalem with this happen to people who would have seen what had happened who would have seen the the crucifixion would have seen from the stone rolled back. There were preaching these things being killed by these things and even in the Gospels there are people saying you know they're going to steal the body and pretend there was resurrected. It has the entire feeling of historical fact it has the entire feeling of the historical norcal fact that's one thing about it. The other thing about it is that it explains so much about human life. It explains so much about the way we live morally the way we think morally the things that we're willing to sacrifice a former reality without even thinking about it and so that again and seems to confirm it is what is she s Lewis say I believe in it <hes> not only because it makes sense but it makes sense of everything else so I have come to believe in the miraculous <hes> and I have seen miraculous things happen in my life not as miraculous as that but again it's a one off <hes> and so and so we don't believe it because these things don't happen but that is also the reason we are awestruck when we start to accept that it did happen. I what I would say is follow the truth in your heart right. Do not lie do not pretend to believe something that you don't believe you know enough about Christ to follow him now and when you follow him he will take you where he wants you to go <hes> so that you don't you don't have to be concerned about that. You don't have to be worried about that. Keep your integrity. Keep your <hes> your beliefs and be honest about your beliefs and see where it takes you when you start to follow Christ. That's what I did. It has been one of the joys has been the joyous experience in my life. It has changed my life. Anyone who knew me before knows me now knows I'm a different man <hes> so I I highly recommend it to you and and I don't don't listen to what other people tell you you must do in order to find Christ go with go after him. He'll take you where he wants you to go out of time but we'll be back tomorrow right. We have a Friday show this week so be there and I will be there. I'm the Andrew Klavan. 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"Morning Joe supported by the almond board of California, did you know almonds grow in shell protected by a whole on a tree all of which are put to use with a goal of zero waste by twenty twenty five. Researchers are exploring new uses for these co products, including strengthening recycled, plastics, creating fuel brewing, beer and more. Learn more at almondsustainability dot org is the president really prepared to shut down the government again in three weeks. Yeah. I think he actually is over the next twenty one days, I expect that both Democrats and Republicans will operate in good faith. No one should ever underestimate the speaker as Donald Trump has learned not been clear on. I had been very clear on the wall. Any chance you'll cooperate with special counsel? Robert muller. Iffy. Asks, you know, that's a question. I would have to I'd have to determine after my attorneys have some discussion. I am seriously thinking of running for president I will run as a centrist independent outside of the two party system. Let's do this. Well, there we go. The president is weakened the house. Speaker is empowered the special counsel is advancing. And as you saw the presidential race is getting interesting. Good morning and welcome to morning, Joe. It's Monday January twenty eighth along with Joe and me we have columnist in associate editor for the Washington Post. David Ignatius politics editor for the Daily Beast, slam Stein. He's. Budge with was coming. Sunday, man Sam. Shutdowns over. Chief of staff at the CIA in department of defense. Now, an NBC news. National security endless, Jeremy bash and NBC news chief foreign affairs correspondent and host of Andrew Mitchell reports Andrea Mitchell good to have you all and Joe great to have you back. I'm glad you're feeling better feeling better. I'm you know, I'm old. I'm just. I guess I guess I'm feeling better. You know, you don't make it one of the one of the things you learn as a young first year law student. With an undisciplined mind is you learn to read these huge. These massive law legal cases, just page after page after page after page and really the gift of of what a great law. Professor can do they can they can tear. They can help you tear it down to its bare. Essential by saying, okay? Listen, I know you've read one hundred and thirty pages. This is the sentence. That matters this is to take right? And so you take that skill with you and your life, and you're able to sort through everything I'm looking through all of those clips that you showed in the I don't don't worry me. This plane is coming in for a landing. What I've got his dad's MC nations because David is more disciplined with his facial expressions. David so much was coming at us in those clips you're trying to say, wait a second. That's what we're going to be talking about, you know, five years from now. But there's so many things whether it was stone or whether it was my gosh Kamla Harris's announcement Schultz get causing just peer panic for a lot of Democrats what a weekend. So I had the feeling that we were watching the beginning of a change of regime this last weekend. The Muller investigation now becomes very tight around though, Trump with Roger stone people so close to the president are now in Muller's jurisdiction, and we had this chain of lies. That's now the story that's told in molars legal actions. One close person that Trump after another alleged to have been to been lying at the same time. We see the Democratic Party trying to find new a new voices new ways to to to connect with public. We have no idea whether come a Harris. Yeah. Joe Biden who will emerge from this. So I thought it was a weekend when you head just that little sense of of Washington changing outset. Also. Yeah. Hey, joe. It's back to school day are thirty five days of this dysfunction are over the shutdown Monday that a workers have worked in a long time. So that's it was kind of that kind of weekend for me. Now it was incredible weekend. And today, actually, I know a lot of people don't don't have any reason to know this but make it today, obviously, a really important day, certainly for your family. I wish I could be in Washington with you this morning to be celebrating what we're going to be celebrating later on. And that is forty years ago tonight, you caused an international incident with Deng Xiaoping finished US Chinese relations forever. But but but forty. Years ago tonight was was sort of the unofficial opening was the state dinner that the Chinese decided to hold it your dad and mom's form house in McLean Virginia instead of at the White House to open up relations between China and the United States, and we're going to be celebrating that this morning. Yep. That's why I'm here in Washington and ahead. We'll look back at that key moment in American foreign policy and my family. I literally had a seat at the table. So we'll reflect on that night. And how we all survived. It quite frankly because it was rough trying to do a state dinner at a small farmhouse in McLean. It also it also ended Mitchell, it's tough. When little Mika Brzezinski was waitstaff and spills caviar on Deng Xiaoping's lab at least doing it up. That is true. China relations were brokered by vision ski so history was made that in the farmhouse and the run up to it and all of that diplomacy and Jimmy Carter's legacy. There overshadowed later by a lot of other stuff, obviously the terror terrible things in Iran, but that may be the lasting legacy US China relations. We shall see. We'll talk maybe. All right. Let's get a news. They'll Mika I'm doing it. I'm doing it. And look at these poll numbers new Washington Post news poll has Trump's approval approval rating sinking to thirty-seven percent one point above his all time low and giving him the lowest two year average approval rating of any president in the seventy two year history of presidential polling among political independence. Sixty three percent disapprove of Trump's job performance up ten points. Since November the poll also found that twenty two percent of Americans more than one in five say they were personally inconvenienced by the thirty five day government shutdown and sixty three percent told the NBC Wall Street Journal poll that the nation is heading on the wrong track matching the record high for the Trump presidency. So the government is now temporarily reopened but President Trump is again ramping up the pressure on lawmakers to strike a deal that includes funding for. His border wall. The agreement with congressional leaders will last three weeks until February fifteenth to allow for them to continue talks over border security on Saturday. The president tweeted Twenty-one days goes very quickly negotiations with Democrats will start immediately will not be easy to make a deal both parties very dug in the case for national security has been greatly enhanced by what has been happening at the border and through dialogue. We will build the wall at one point in the middle of is White House speech on Friday, his teleprompter stopped rolling. And the president of boy decided to riff on some of his familiar and unsubstantiated talking points on border security. Based on operational guidance. From the experts in the field. They will put together a homeland security package for me too shortly signed into law all over the next twenty one days, I expect that both Democrats and Republicans will operate in good faith. This is an opportunity for all parties to work together for the benefit of our whole beautiful wonderful nation. The walls. We are building are not medieval, walls, they are smart walls. Women are tied up. There bound duct tape put around their faces around the house, in many cases, they can't even breathe. They're putting the backs of cars or vans trucks. They don't go through your port of entry. They make a right turn going very quickly. They go into the desert areas or whatever areas you can look at and as soon as this no protection, they make a left or right into the United States of America. There's nobody to catch him. There's nobody to find him. While that's just an and nothing to get hung about. Strawberry fields forever. I have absolutely no idea Sam Stein. What what all of that meant. That's the president. Obviously, he was so on scene his poll numbers, absolutely battered. His high forty three percent. But that's an outlier. The AP had him at thirty four percent. An ABC Washington Post poll this morning has been thirty seven percent. He's is what I don't understand Sam. He's getting pounded just go through every demographic group things are getting worse for him. What changes over the next three weeks? If if Nancy Pelosi is not going to be moving on the wall, which she she isn't. And she shouldn't then how does this? How does this indifferently three weeks from now? Well, it obviously doesn't unless he declares an emergency declaration, which you know, he should if it was in fact, an emergency would have declared at any point over the past five weeks, which he hasn't done. But that speech was like, very surreal. Right. I mean stuff he was talking about that is just not tethered to reality the whole duct taping. And right and left turns when they enter the country. None of it really makes sense. And I guess I just don't understand who. Is giving this president strategic advice and the White House. He spent five weeks doing the shutdown fight. He got the hopes of his base up. He then killed the hopes of his base by giving in he ruined his poll numbers. He took an economic impact he emboldened Nancy Pelosi, and then he says to everyone I'm going to do this again in three weeks. I mean that is insane politically, and I don't know what they think they have to win this fight that will be new to them in three weeks. They didn't have four or five weeks ago. At one thing. That remains the same is Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi is not going to move an inch on the wall. And you know, Trump has to know that this has to be three weeks strategy figuring out a strategic retreat, it it will end up being some kind of semantic variation. You. You saw a couple of people meet the press talking about a fence. Well, in that case, if there is some money for a fence, and they call it a wall or some sort of additional border security money isn't the issue. That's the interesting thing. They're not worried about the fiscal side of this. They are willing the Democrats to spend a lot of money on border security, just not call it a wall. And I think the difference is that the Republicans and the Senate have had it they really fed up. You don't have. And I don't think we'll ever given. The current circumstances have twenty Republicans into people I've spoken to who are willing to over. Ride, a presidential veto or worse. Worst case. You do something at a convicted at trial and impeachment trial. But because they see in his poll numbers, strong Republican support. And so many of them don't want to be primary. So he's still has Republicans support. But the Senate leadership and throughout the Senate caucus are really fed up. You saw that in last Thursday's lunch meeting, and they're not going to let this go to it. And we just make one quick point on the Republican support. What was interesting by part of his cave was that. In fact, there was a Rozhin Republican support in all demographics. But last night in an interview to the Wall Street Journal, Trump went after Coulter for being mean to him, and if that's the type of bickering that you're going to see in the aftermath of these fights. I'm not sure that Republicans are going to be so allied to Trump in the near future because what is the biggest? Yeah. Let's let's I so glad you brought that up. David ignatius. Let's stop for one second. And this is not personal anybody. It's just the truth. Is we all know it as as just a matter of fact that it was an Coulter. And Rush Limbaugh that actually get Donald Trump to move away from a deal that would have averted all of this all of this. And if you are just Donald Trump or one of Donald Trump's closest advisors. You look at the incalculable damage that those two have done to this president and did this presidency and his ability to govern over the next two years. History books will be written about it. And I just wonder if Donald Trump understands how much those two savage his presidency on that one day. Well, actually, he's savaged his presidency by being so weak that he couldn't even stand up to him. He has been like a yo-yo played by these right wing. Income tators. It's been true from the very beginning. He had through Jared Kushner deal with Mexico to finesse the whole issue of the border in the first week of his presidency. Mexican president was coming to Washington. The deal was set. And there was right wing condemnation of it and Trump just just absolutely freaked out. He just can't handle the criticism from the right? Oh my gosh. My basis is in danger and the deal was scuttle the Mexican president cancelled his visit, and that's sort of the prelude to what what we're in. Now. It's still not just I'll make a crazy prediction, which is that by February fifteen the deadline. We will have a deal. I think the Democrats would be foolish not to take this. As a win is a win which they can craft a win that the country will I country is so sick of what they're watching. If the Democrats extend that or seem to extend it strikes me on what planet him closing down the government again or declaring. National -mergency would be politically prudent for him in any way. And now from the disaster. Yeah. Exactly. And speaking of Republicans getting a little fed up. Then there's the FBI Jeremy has the political deadlock over the shutdown gave way on Friday FBI director. Christopher Wray broke his silence to address the strain on law enforcement agents and personnel who had gone more than a month without pay. Making some people stay home when they don't want to making other show up without pay. It's mind boggling, it's shortsighted and it's unfair. It takes a lot to give me angry. But I'm about as angry as I've been in a long long time. Now, I know there's some question about why you haven't seen the FBI leadership out there in the press fighting the good fight over the past five weeks. But there are real cost to doing that for us as an institution and for our one hundred and ten year old brand, you know, better than most that we've been thrust into the political spotlight more than we would have liked over the past few years, and the last thing this organization needs now is its leadership to Wade right into the middle of a full on political dispute. But let me also be very clear, we are actively advocating for you left and right at every level. So Jeremy, I mean think about this Donald Trump's talking about declaring national -mergency ever something that every expert will tell you is not a national emergency with border crossings down ninety percent of the drugs coming through legal ports of entry. I could I could go down the list, and yet this shutdown that he caused by creating a phony crisis actually did 'cause one danger after another there we saw the FBI director. Of course is as you know, the FBI not able to pursue all the terror leads. They usually would pursue or you know, the leads against, you know, gang gang members, you could talk about the coastguard and being not being able to do all that they do on stopping the flow of drugs and human trafficking into this country. You talk about TSA agents not being able to do their job is affecting the dangers that that. 'cause the Pilots Association talking about air Tra. I mean. Just there was one example of another example after another example of how this phony crisis created by Donald Trump created a real national security risk. And again, I just got to wonder Jeremy is this really a risk that Donald Trump or any Republican is going to allow to be repeated again in three weeks. I think we're headed is national emergency declaration, disagree with David. I don't think the Democrats are going to give in to what they see as a concocted phony crisis that actually undermine national security in the way that Joe just outlined. And so I think we'll where we're headed. For is the president saying I'm going to toss this to the courts, I'm going to direct the department of defense, the department of the army to take money that would otherwise be used for military readiness and for operational activity, and we're gonna devote it to building the wall. And I'll fight this out on. The course I think he wants this issue off the table politically. But to your point show that move like this past three weeks will also undermine national security because it will take something tangible from the Pentagon, and cause it to be used for a fake campaign promise and one thing about it is such a wreck challenge show, you know, this better than anyone. He's taking money that congress appropriated for specific things and would be under this term moving into something else that is going against, you know, the the kings of congress they appropriators it's an abusive power where it is. Actually, it's it's an abuse of his his ability to do that the statutes that provide for that were not envisioned to fulfil a fake campaign promise. Well, so as we've seen over the past two years, we know where this ends up. If he does that. And he knows where this ends up. It ends up in the courts, and you can bet that there will be federalist society court. Justices who will overturn any emergency declaration conservatives. Moderate liberal judges. Whether they were appointed by Barack Obama or or Donald Trump that so this is a president who is backed into a corner. And there's only one way out of that corner. He has got to deal with Nancy Pelosi on terms that he is not going to like so tell us mak-, how do you think that looks it looks like it's going to be absolutely fascinating. And I don't think it ends well for him. I think he's not as match with Nancy Pelosi. I think he absolutely doesn't know how to handle her because he's used to handling people in a very childlike level, bullying them. Taunting them calling the names that does not work with Nancy Pelosi for a whole host of reasons and it's actually perfect placement. Her matched up against Donald Trump. I wonder though, David Ignatius you're optimistic. I I'm attorney optimistic. So let's just you and me talk here as as as optimists between. Why why couldn't why couldn't the Democrats go to Donald Trump and said, okay, you say five point seven billion dollars for your wallet? What we're gonna do. We're gonna give you six billion dollars for border security. But here's the deal. We're going to focus on ports of entry where where ninety percent of the heroin comes in. That kills our kids and kills our fathers and kills our mothers and destroys our communities. We're going to spend more of that money also on on drone technology, and the sort of technology that we're using now in warfare and Afghantistan and across Syria. We're going to use it on twenty first century technology. We'll meet you there. And yes, they're parts of the fence that actually do work and have been proven to stop illegal immigrants from coming in to the United States, and Democrats and Republicans have agreed on that and parts of those fences are actually in disrepair right now. So we'll spend some money to repair. That as well. And we'll do all of that. And all you have to do is say what you said, you were going to do on dreamers and on on DACA, you know, a year ago. Why can't that be grand bargain? David where everybody wanted it. It can be and I just have this. Hunch. I could be wrong. I could be too optimistic that rather than take the country back in the shutdown land that Nancy who is a dealmaker. She is what Donald Trump pretends to be. We'll find a package that you know, has so much money in it for things that Democrats can defend you her Donna Shlala over the weekend. So, you know, we want border security. We want to spend the money we want to be there for on this issue of and come out of it with a with a formula that it's very hard for Trump to to to turn down the only other thing, I wonder given how upset the public. Is about the shutdown. Whether we won't see more efforts to say, this tactic is just not acceptable anymore in American politics that whatever else we do. We're not gonna we're gonna have sub continued revolution built in. And I think that would be a great way for the Democrats back there. So to Joe's point, the reason the reason it can't work Joe is because Donald Trump had a deal like that presented to him at the end of two thousand seventeen but the deals for twenty five billion on border wall funding. So if you were to accept anything under twenty five billion at this point, it would be a lot of egg on his face in a massive failure. And on top of that all the right wing angst that you saw at the end of this current shutdown would be amplified tenfold because he would be doing in. There is what is known as amnesty. And now today it's point the reason it wouldn't work from the democratic perspective is that it's now more than just about policy. It's about the leverage of using government shutdown to negotiate and what they want to see is not just policy gains that they can point to. Doc, for instance. But also a commitment from the president and never use a shut that as leverage and a tactic before we saw Nancy Pelosi in a briefing this past week where I tend to where she said she would support legislation that would prohibit shutdowns from ever happening again of the way out it could be it's got it me that that that could be part of the layout. But again make we can talk about what happened in the past. But the past is the past what we're looking at is a three week deadline. Donald Trump knows as two Republican senators. We can't we can't do to the FBI into the coast guard and the air traffic controllers, and the TSA what we did over the past month. So there is a possible way forward. Donald Trump was holding four aces a year and a half ago when he was demanding twenty five billion dollars right now. He's got a busted, you know. A busted straight busted flush mustard whatever's busted when you're playing poker. And you don't get that car that you want to draw and one other thing too. There are a lot of Democrats in states like Virginia in states like Georgia that one in Republican-leaning districts, they need to be able to go back, and they need to be able to say, hey, it's not just words when we Democrats say that we believe in border security to we mean, it Donald Trump asked for five billion dollars for a medieval wall, you know. We gave him we gave him six billion dollars six billion dollars at homeland security. And and that all the experts said will actually make the border safer will make America stronger and will stop drugs from coming into northern Virginia me twenty twenty. That's what the Democrats need to get out of this. They can't overreach. They need to make a deal to. That's why count me. Me as a member of team Ignatius. This more. We'll see we'll so far instead of a wall. He got a cave. We have a lot more to get to on morning. Joe so much still ahead Jared Kushner, reportedly told Chris Christie that firing Michael Flynn would end the Russia thing Christie says he laughed out loud new nuggets from the former governors book and the latest from the presidential campaign as a California Senator and to Starbucks CEO shake up the race. We'll talk about all of that ahead on morning Joe with faith in God. With fidelity to country. And with the fighting spirit. I got from my mother. I stand for you today to announce my candidacy. President. We are at an inflection point in the history of our world. We are at an inflection point in the history of our nation. We are here because the American dream and our American democracy are under attack in on the line. Like never before we are here at this moment in time because we must answer a fundamental question. Who are we? Who are we as Americans? So let's answer that question to the world and each other right here and right now America, we are better than this. Senator Kamla Harris officially kicked off or twenty twenty presidential campaign with a rally in Oakland, California. This campaign stated that Oakland officials estimated twenty thousand people attended yesterday's kickoff in the senators book at that crowd. She was home. And I think she was really strong. Joe what are your thoughts? It's so interesting trying to figure out who's going to success six aid who's going to fail on the presidential stage. And Andrea it's sort of that it factor about either somebody has what it takes are. They don't feel the stage. I've seen six foot four men tried to fill that stage and look extraordinarily small. I've seen five foot four women standing on a stage. Delivering a statement looking like giants, you either have it or you don't there's no predicting until that moment that person walks up to the microphone and announces a running for president. I don't know about you. But the second I saw her up there. I said, wow, she's guys without it takes she filled that stage and she can play in the big leagues. Absolutely. And she had a couple of uncertain steps along the way coming to this point. But there she was in Oakland, huge crowd and a. Really, good speech. She had they and the people around her. And her core message was very very strong about America is better than this. We are better than this. We are looking bad to the world, we we're encouraging racism. She confronted all of those issues. She's clearly bright and has a new feeling about her. But this this really came together. Now does this play in Ohio in Michigan? I think certainly in Michigan and Pennsylvania. I don't know whether it's all across the country, or whether this is an east coast west coast thing, but right now come in a great position in this field. I think the real other development over the weekend. We can talk about is Howard Schultz. Absolutely put Democrats in a total panic. Well, we have that former Starbucks CEO Howard show is weighing a potential twenty twenty presidential run as an independent. Schultz tells the New York Times they plans to criss cross the US on his book tour over the next three months before deciding whether to formally enter the race, but has already laid the groundwork for a campaign in all fifty states. Here's what he said about it twenty twenty Ron in a recently taped, sixty minutes interview that aired last night. I am seriously thinking of running for president I will run as a centrist independent outside of the two party system. We're living at a most fragile time. Not only the fact that this president is not qualified to be the president. But the fact that both parties are consistently not doing what's necessary on behalf of the American people and aren't engaged every single day. In revenge politics. Some Democrats are on easy about Scholtz's interest in running as an independent. They're worried that he could poach voters that would otherwise vote democrat and ultimately solidify another four years for President Trump to his critics the self proclaimed. Lifelong democrat says it would be disingenuous of him to run as a democrat because he believes the party has shifted so far to the left, and I'm interested Joe and your thoughts about his comments about revenge politics on both sides well us, he's absolutely right now would be a perfect time to have the interview right after government shutdown. They're obviously going to be a lot of Democrats. We're going to be very concerned about how this breaks. Of course, you never know until you actually run the race, and you have the election, and you see who takes from whom I know the Bush family still believes to this day, the Ross on hell helped elect Bill Clinton is. So it's hard to say, I we can we can say this though, David Ignatius that there is no stronger brand in American politics right now than independent you look at young voters. They are they are not registering majorities and not registering as Republicans and Democrats their independence their nonaffiliated. This is the future at some point at some point. There will be an independent present sometime very soon. But I don't know if it's in twenty twenty and I don't know if I don't wanna be the guy that had the reelection of. Donald Trump pinned around with them. You know, wrapped around my neck, like the albatrosses I shot for the rest of my life. Well, people will be angry at anybody who's seen as as having helped Donald Trump get a second term with a minority of the country behind him by running a third party candidacy, I put it a different way. Joe, I think, you know. Yes. Younger voters are sick of two party the alignment that. We've got. But what I think they're looking for certainly what I'd say. I I'd like like to see more of is the big party that can create a big tent under which everybody can gather, and that's the standard by which I'm going to be evaluating to come here. She gave a great speech. She knows what she wants to be president because I know how to build that big tent. We're Democrats of lots of different viewpoints from all over the country can gather people who may have voted for Trump butter sick of them can gather under that. That's that's how I'm going to measure come Laura's pretty much everybody else Howard Schultz. I liked the one of the things he said this speech. But as you say, it's tough to be in that in that place in the middle that takes votes away from from from both sides seems like difficult time to run as an independent Joe with the risks. We have trying to do. Is it you know, Sam Sam Stein. I think of picture that. I saw a from the nineteen Ninety-two Clinton Gore convention that had the Gore's and the Clinton standing next to each other with their arms all held high in the air and the caption underneath said three of these four people won the popular vote for president of the United States. Only one got his sitting the Oval Office. The reason why Ralph Nader and Jill Stein, I'm we can the electoral college. Yes, that is well, but also people taking votes away from Al Gore and taking votes away from Hillary Clinton. Yeah. I mean, listen empirically. We don't know who would lose more here. For our Chilton Iran, whether it'd be the democrat or Trump, we don't know where we kind of do we we can always do. But either way the idea that no one really. Wants to find out basically, and even centrist-minded Democrats who I was talking to yesterday are not really like into this Howard Schultz run. I talked to someone at third way, which is a deficit minded centrist democratic think tank, and they called it, quote, a catastrophic mistake if he were to run so no one's really into this game and just to button this up a little bit. I do agree that there's a pool of people who don't associate themselves with political parties anymore. They are independent minded they don't wanna be Republican a democrat. But I just happen to think that they also don't flock to a multi-millionaire CEO whose sole agenda is to tell them. We can't afford this. That's not the galvanizing message for that block of voters. Yeah. Yeah. Well, we we we never know. But, you know, Andrea again, you never know what's going to happen a year from now I year from now Donald Trump may not be an office. And suddenly it's Mike Pence against. You know, camera Harris or Elizabeth Warren, and then suddenly it seems to fit a little bit better in the middle. And Bill Clinton decided to jump in and nineteen Ninety-one. You were there. Everybody thought he was crazy. He was running against the guy that had eighty nine percent approval rating. So you never really know at fascinates way. Too early. Just just to button it down though, come Harris had a great role out, and she's going to obvious, absolutely. Being be big player here. Everyone wants to see what Joe Biden is going to do. He's got a lot of problems as well. But he has. They they're Andrea. What what that's the question of the month? Watch Joe going to do he's told some people in a week or the week before that he's seventy five to eighty percent wanting to do it. There are some family reasons that are holding him back. He wanted to see who else is rising to the surface. But I tend to think he's going to get into this. Well, and that will be a game changer in another way, you've got turned McAuliffe who's eagerly raising the gay. What by once that doubt? You know, you've got a lot of other people out there who really want to do it. It seems to be coming together. Very quickly though that you've got these three senators three prominent women senators front and center now and come Harris among the three seems to be you looking strong looking strong, and we're hungry. I really and I'm sorry. And Alex is going to be mad at me. I'm sorry. Alex has got a name to this mix. I know are we're about thirty minutes over in this block alone. John Kerry, it's an aim that I've heard it's there's a possibility also John Kerry jumping in what's the latest. You've heard on John Kerry surprising the field and getting in. Well, I think I think he might well want to. But I just don't think that once you've been nominated. You get another another chance to do that. At least Vincent did that didn't work out. So well, but not since then if somebody, you know, somebody can run and then run again after not winning the nomination. But once you've won the nomination. I don't think he would have a chance with this part. Right. Final thought which I will leave hanging with no comment is that there is also word Hillary might jump back in Howard Schultz will be our guest on morning. Joe this coming Wednesday still ahead this morning morning. Joe family Willie Geist here. You like the long deep dive conversations on morning Joe every day. I think you will love my Sunday sit down podcast every week. A new extended unedited interview with another big star with names from Bill Murray. Jerry Seinfeld, and Kevin Hart to China Garton. Claire Foy me lacunas? Mark wahlberg. Ryan Reynolds, Lenny Kravitz, and yes jaylo I could continue name dropping, but you get the idea. You can check out the free Sunday sit down podcast wherever you get yours.

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Audio released of voicemail from Trump lawyer to Flynn lawyer, seen as attempt to deter cooperation with Mueller; Politico: Pelosi tells Democrats she wants to see Trump "in prison"

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Audio released of voicemail from Trump lawyer to Flynn lawyer, seen as attempt to deter cooperation with Mueller; Politico: Pelosi tells Democrats she wants to see Trump "in prison"

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But at the same American war cemetery in France, we sinks back into frustration slamming Robert Muller and Nancy Pelosi lock him up. Speaker Nancy Pelosi reportedly has told House Democrats. The doesn't want to see the president impeached, put that she does want to see him in prison and American pawns has tensions escalate between the US and Russia Moscow continues to detain to Americans this letter we're putting using them as pawns. What's his goal? I'm wolf Blitzer? You're in the situation room. This is C N breaking news news for the first time, we are hearing of it into the Russia investigation on a federal judges orders audio has just been released the voicemail from President Trump's former lawyer to a lawyer for Michael Flynn seen as an apparent effort to disrupt Flint's cooperation in the Russia investigation. That's certain to be one more big frustration for President Trump who has given way to his grudges today after winning threes for his solemn d day aniversary tribute to those who fought in the invasion of Normandy. But speaking on that very same hallowed, drown the president described former special counsel, Robert Muller as a foot full, and he called the house figure Nancy Pelosi nervous Nancy and a disaster Pelosi this week reportedly told a House Democrats, she doesn't want to see the president of peach, adding, I'm quoting now I want to see him in prison. House judiciary. Committee chairman Jerry Nadler, who told me yesterday here in the situation room that may come down to impeachment is quoted by sources saying, you'll subpoena Muller within weeks off, speak with congressman Jim Himes of the intelligence committee, and our correspondents and analysts will have full coverage of the day's top stories first. Let's get to the breaking news. Our senior Justice correspondent oven for as is with us. Evan first of all take us through what has just been released. But wolf, this is the first time that we're seeing some of the underlying evidence from the nearly two year Russia investigation, and at the orders of a judge, as you mentioned, this is an e this is a voicemail, that's been released by the Justice department is John Dowd. One of the president's attorneys back in November of two thousand seventeen right after a Michael Flynn has decided to start cooperating with the government. And he has some concerns that he wants to raise this into this to this tape of the, of the voice mail. This is John again. Maybe I a sympathetic. I understand your situation. Let me see if I can. Stayed in store appearance. If you have. Will surprise me if he's awesome. They could you. With. I understand that you can't you joint such. If on the other hand. Did you feel nation? Implicates the president. We've got a national security issue. Maybe necessary so the mall some issue we've got to deal with all for the dozen if he come. So. You know then. You only need sometime heads up just for the sake of. Protecting all all just come without you having to give up any. Topping. So and if it's a former. Well. Then the what we've always said about. Feeling flynn. Oh, that's so nice. Let me know and I appreciate your listening and taking the time based on. And we'll if again, we'd we'd heard we'd read some of the comments obviously, but it's a lot different to hear this audio and it's a bit rambling, but it does seem to portray that John Dowd was had some concerns had some worries about the idea that Michael Flynn would be cooperating with the special counsel, a special counsel certainly interpreted that way it that way. And in their report, the special counsel, said that they interpreted to mean that it would try to essentially interfere with Michael Flynn's cooperation with this investigation. We do have a comment of from a statement from John Dowd. When the this was initially the transcript as initially released and he said, quote, this is clearly, a baseless political document designed to smear and damage the reputation of council and innocent, people, do you think actually hearing the audio of the voicemail will make much of a difference as opposed to having read the transcript of what? This voicemail said, you know, I think it does. And again, this is one of the differences between seeing the Muller report and hearing from either Muller from people who are involved in putting it together. I think the American public, I think benefits from hearing, some of this evidence, seeing people who were involved in putting putting it together describe what it was that they were investigating what they're what they're certainly what their impressions were. And I think it makes a difference to hear the audio as opposed to just seeing a transcript, the always does, you know, it just makes a difference for people to understand what the context was, and perhaps, you know, it may make it clear. What exactly was was being what was being said in? This is clearly wanna get a lot more of this kind of evidence, actual audio or video as they pursue their investigation. Right. There's also the audio of Michael Flynn's discussion with the former Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak. I think that would be an interesting thing for us to hear. Again a lot. There's been made about this, and, and certainly general Flynn's and the president's supporters would say that it's no big deal. But I think hearing it might give us a different impression. We also heard today that Michael Flynn, who awaiting sentencing has decided to go ahead and fire his lawyers seek new console or maybe already have new council. That's pretty unusual at this late moment. Right. Is a very unusual move. But I gotta tell you, what, if I think, I think we kind of expected this to have happened a little earlier, if you remember a few months ago, he was he was a routine hearing before judge Emmet Sullivan, and it sort of went off the rails in part, because of a filing made by the legal team that was representing general Flynn and in that in that filing, they suggested that he was railroaded, that the F B I tricked him into lying that the crimes were not as serious as the government had made it seem. So that really angered the. Government, the judge and really put Flynn in peril of having to spend time in prison even though the special counsel is not recommending any prison time. So I think this is perhaps a strategy by Flynn to sort of maybe go to the judge and say, look, my lawyer screwed up there. You gotta give me another chance and perhaps he can fix the situation and avoid going to prison. That's his goal here. Not going to prison. Evan perez. Thank you very much. Good reporting, our senior White House, correspondent, Pamela Brown is traveling with the president. She's Ireland right now. Pamela, the release of this tape comes just as the president is finishing up his trip to the UK, France. Ireland has there been any reaction so far from the White House? Well, no reaction, yet wolf on that front, but even as President Trump faces growing pressure back at home. He stuck to the script today in Normandy. He put divisive rhetoric to the side and gave a unifying speech to a crowd of world leaders and surviving veterans who stormed the beaches, seventy five years ago today. The streets of global delivering a soaring speech about the importance of foreign alliances abroad at the seventy fifth anniversary of d day this morning. Our bond is unbreakable tonight. The president is facing fractured alliances and old frustrations back home, during an interview with Fox News set to air later tonight. And with the backdrop of an American cemetery behind him, the president reverted to his criticism of the Russia investigation as special counsel, Robert Muller. He made such a fool out of himself to last time she because what people don't report is the letter he had to do to straighten out his testimony because his testimony was wrong. While also directing insults towards the speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi. I quote, a nervous Nancy, Nancy Pelosi doesn't talk about it. Nancy Pelosi is a disaster. Okay. She's a disaster and let her do what she wants. You know what I think they're in big trouble. I don't talk about the president. But before she arrived in France Pelosi made a stunning remark to her democratic colleagues. I don't wanna see him impeached. I want to see him in prison that according to multiple democratic sources, who spoke with politico, the statement coming amid questions on whether Pelosi in House Judiciary chairman, Jerry Nadler are on the same page when it comes to launch an impeachment against Trump, are you on the same page with the speaker, Nancy Pelosi when it comes to impeachment. As I said, we are launching an inquiry now and whether we'll launch an impeachment increa- it may come to that. Back home tends to go. She with Mexico's foreign minister, and whether President Trump will follow through on his threat to slap of five percent tariff on Mexico, imports except to go into effect Monday. Berkshire doors. Berkshire doors in yesterday coming back this morning in Washington. Meeting at the White House. I think a lot of progress was made yesterday. But we have to make a lot of progress, they have to step up to step up to the plate. And perhaps, they will. We're going to say they could solve the problem. We have some advances, and we have to return later to continue. Discussion tonight. Mr. Trump is back at his golf resort in Ireland after managing to stay on message during his day speech, despite the pressing issues back home to the men who sit behind me and to the boys who rest in the field before me. Your example will never ever grow old. And here in Ireland. We are told that President Trump has been getting updates on the meetings happening in Washington over the Mexico tariffs, and he's been weighing in from here, but press secretary, Sarah Sanders, just released a statement wolf saying that the president has not changed his mind that the tariffs are still set to go into effect in Mexico on Monday and wolf, the president would have to sign executive order by tomorrow in order for those tariffs to be averted. We'll, we'll see what happens Tamila Brown in Ireland for us traveling with the president, not a Capitol Hill here in Washington. A source tells CNN that the House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler has said he will subpoena. Former special counsel, Robert Muller within weeks. Let's go to our congressional correspondent some funny someone Nadler subpoena threat comes one day after he told me here in the situation room he hoped. He didn't have to resort to that kind of subpoena. What are you learning about the democratic strategy right now to get Muller to testify? Well, negoti? Nations will still going on between the House Judiciary committee and Robert Muller over the terms of a potential testimony up here on Capitol Hill. But now raw chairman Nadler, here clearly laying out more of a deadline sources telling CNN that now learned this week says that, if they cannot reach an agreement soon, then he will issue, a subpoena within weeks in Nadler has been very clear. He's been very vocal about saying that one way or the other. He things Robert Muller will be up here on Capitol Hill testifying, but he's scenes over the last days and weeks to try to be trying to give Robert Muller some room hopeful that they can figure it out hopeful that it would not come to the point of having to issue a formal subpoena. But now there are also being clear that if, if he does have to issue, a subpoena that something in that he would do. Here's what now they're told you last night in your show. Why are you so confident that the former special counsel, Robert Muller will appear in public before your committee without a formal subpoena? Well, I didn't say without a formal subpoena. Hopefully it won't come to that. But it may well are you confident he will appear one way or another with a subpoena, or without the sure, sure, he's a he's an honest honorable person? Unlike the White House, which is defying congressional subpoenas. There is no legal excuse for denying the for defying these subpoenas. And I can't imagine that, that Mr. Muller would defy the law. He's an honorable person. And ask speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi about this yesterday when chews up here on Capitol Hill saying is it time now to just formerly subpoena, Robert Muller. And she says that she trusts the committee strategy on this one. But certainly, she said that, if a subpoena comes she hopes it would be friendly, and that Muller would actually show up and come through the house speaker, Nancy Pelosi reportedly said she wants to see the president of the United States behind bars despite not wanting to impeach him. What's the latest on that front? That was such a significant and rather stunning statement, coming from the speaker of the house, will it came, and it was first reported by politico should say it came in a closed door private meeting that Pelosi hat on Tuesday with four chairs of her committee, and it comes at such a critical time for her as speaker. She is, as we've been discussing over the last days, and weeks, been facing increasing pressure from members of her own party. Now, fifty nine Democrats within the house have called for her to. Formerly open an impeachment inquiry, and she's been working hard behind the scenes and really in front of the TV cameras expressing her strategies, Saint try and essentially to keep that rebellion from boiling out boiling over focus on investigations been clear. She doesn't want to go down the path of impeachment too soon. So it certainly this sets up a potentially huge weeks next week. The house is not in session today or tomorrow, they'll be back next week, they will have contempt votes likely on Tuesday for the attorney general and former White House counsel Don Mcgann. So certainly a big week with a lot hanging over her head wolf, not we ride, so those body up on Capitol Hill. Thank you. Joining us now, democratic congressman Jim Himes of Connecticut. He's a member of the intelligence committee, congressman thanks so much for joining us. Good evening wolf on, let's begin with this newly released voice bail from the former Trump attorney John Dodd to an attorney for the former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, is this, the first time you've actually heard this recording. First time I've heard the recording. Of course, the transcript has been out there for a little while. And we'll look this is just a piece with what we know to be true about the president and his lawyers, which is they were doing everything they could to keep people from breaking and supporting the government's case we saw it, you know, everybody saw it. You didn't need to have access to classified information to see that the president said that Paul Manafort was standing strong and was admiring him on Twitter whereas Michael Cohen, who was cooperating was a week man. So this is all a part of a major effort, probably an illegal effort, one that I think, does qualify for obstruction of Justice at the president and his people did to try to stop the investigation as a whole and to try to stop people from cooperating with it. There's it make much of a difference from your perspective that we're now actually hearing, the audio of this, this voice mail as opposed to simply reading the trans. Grant. Well, it doesn't make a big a great deal of difference from my perspective. You know, I we, we know the story here, obviously hearing, somebody actually say it that will that will sort of, I think Andrew public consciousness in a in a more intense way than reading words on a paper. Well, but look at the larger story here is that there was a massive effort that started with the president himself, right down through his lawyers to encourage everybody who had been questioned by Muller to, to knock cooperate, and I think there is probably even more information down the road related to those efforts, you know, Michael Cohen obviously came before my committee and talked about some of the some of the editing of his of his statement, and Michael Cohen, obviously, not the very most of trustable of witnesses, but nonetheless, it's it, it paints. The picture of. Of, of just a, a unified effort on the part of the White House and the president to keep people from cooperating with the investigation if they couldn't bring it to a close. The speaker is you, you now know Nancy Pelosi is told some of her fellow Democrats in the house this week that she would rather. See President Trump in prison instead of impeach. Do you want to see President Trump in prison? Well, look, I, I you know, probably thirty to forty percent of the American public wants to see this president imprison. I think what Nancy Pelosi is saying, first of all, I think she's channeling the emotions of a lot of people who are very emotional who look at the behavior of this president, the constant lying the use of tariffs against our best allies in biggest trading partners. You know, the attacks on the media, the attacks on judges and just say, this is not who we are. Now what Nancy Pelosi has the leader of the Democrats needs to do is that she needs to manage and think a little bit longer term than just those who are saying impeachment proceedings should begin. Now, I think she's sort of understands that the Jerry Nadler, and the rest of the committee chairman are doing the investigations, they are being stonewalled with the White House. If all of a sudden Nancy Pelosi says now we're doing impeachment. It's not like all of a sudden, the White House is going to cooperate. So I think she is laying the groundwork winning in court as you know. That we, we did two weeks ago with two judges saying you've got to comply with congressional subpoenas. Getting testimony out there, maybe a Bob Muller testimony so that this is a careful and deliberate and not an emotionally driven effort. Well, let me press you, congressman. Do you want to see the president of the United States in jail? More than anything else. Will I this isn't about my feelings are about retribution? Look, the, the lizard brain that I have says, I hope bad things happen to this man, because he has been so destructive to our Republic to the concept of democracy to the concept that internationally we are a light unto the nation. So, yes, I have my emotional reactions. But look, we are in nation. That is a of a rule of we are a nation of laws. So, so what I really hope, and this is me, personally speaking, what I really hope is that if impeachment is not a mechanism of accountability, and I will tell you flat out that I can't imagine anything happening anything at all happening that would cause the Senate to convict, and therefore remove this president so impeachment stops in the house, in my opinion. My real hope is that in twenty twenty the American voters look into their hearts. Think about the generation that we've been celebrating today. Who has young men decided that they would give their lives for this country? Think about the generation that rebuilt Europe the paid for it, that didn't live by the notion of America, first or me, first and say, hey, this is not who we are. We're going to elect a different president, that to me that is how this country redeems itself, whether one nasty individual, you know, spends his, his years in jail is a lot less important to me than the redemption of the values that animate this country. I asked the question. Congressman not only because of what Nancy Pelosi told her fellow Democrats in the house about preferring to see him in prison rather than being impeached. Because Democrats is, you know, they've heavily criticized President Trump for himself talking about jailing his own political opponents. He's raised the possibility of their committing treason, former senior officials in the Justice department, the intelligence community, the FBI. So what she is just what you're now saying is that any different when you're suggesting? Maybe the president belongs in jail. It is when the president of the United States, the leader of the country says something it is different than when even a member of congress says something, the president command the most powerful apparatus in human history that is the executive branch of the government with the military with the FBI et cetera. He commands the most powerful institution that human beings have ever seen. So yes, what the president. And by the way, he speaks for the country. I don't speak for the country, if I'm lucky I speak for just more than half of my constituents, but the president speaks for the country. So of course, it matters much more and look, I'm a I'm a big believer in, in civil language, which is, you know, why I am setting aside my personal feelings about whether the president should be in prisoner. Not I'm a big believer in in, in civil conversation. I think I think we owe it to our country to be civil and thoughtful about the way we talk about politics, but wolf of. Course when the president United States who speaks for every American who speaks for this two hundred and forty year old experiment democracy when he speaks it is very different than when anybody else in this country, pointing out the speaker of the house is second in line to the presidency. So she's got an enormous amount of responsibility as well. Let me get your reaction to what congressman Jerry Nadler, the chairman of the judiciary committee, a said here last night in the situation room. He wouldn't say specifically, whether he would open in a peach mint, and quiry without speaker, Pelosi's blessing. So as far as you're concerned are you on the same page as Nancy Pelosi right now in preferring to defer any formal impeachment? Procedure. I am on the same page. I think it is very unlikely if not impossible, that any committee, chair would do something independently of the speaker, one of the wonderful things about the democratic majority is that, while we have as many opinions as the Democratic Party has always had we are acting as a team right now. And, and, and I will tell you that we are universally the president's comments notwithstanding. We are universally standing in all of Nancy Pelosi's leadership ability here. You know, I I've said this before Nancy Pelosi is already a historic figure as the first woman speaker of the house in American history. She has her eye right now not unwilling for president, not on being governor of the state of California. She has her eye on one thing, and one thing, only, which is what is right for this country and what her role because history is pointing at her. What her role is, and making sure that. Congressman United States does what's right for the country. And that does that, that may mean and I think it does mean that right now you take care, and you act with some prudence when people are very emotional, as they every right to be about the behavior of this president. But then you take the long view as I think Nancy Pelosi is doing right now and that doesn't mean she's not going to be in favor of impeachment for weeks from now. Three months from now for months from now today. She's being prudent and careful and keeping your eye on the big picture hundreds for Jim Himes, as usual. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you wolf up next, we'll have more on the breaking news the audio there's now been released of a voicemail from President Trump's former lawyer to our lawyer for Michael Flynn of wizard an attempt to try to dissuade Flynn from four operating with the special counsel. Remember to create an ad like this one, visit pure winning dot com slash CNN. He knows we're now actually able to hear some of the audio the evidence serve reviewed by the special counsel, Robert Muller, after a federal judges order, the Justice department has just released the recording of a voicemail from one of the president's attorneys to the lawyer for the former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, Flynn's attorneys interpreted it as a possible attempt to try to deter Flynn from cooperating with the Muller investigation want to discuss this, and more, with our political and legal experts, and Joey Jackson. Let me play the audio of this voicemail. Listen closely to this. Honest to worship. Let me see if I can. State is in stalls up terms. If you have. Surprise me. If he's all. So could you. With. You only need sometime has. Just for the sake of. Protecting all on become without you having to give up. Helping. Remember what was all about? Because you feel would Flynn. That's nice. So join that was a portion of the voice mail, you think this represents potentially solid evidence of obstruction. There's no question in my mind wolf that it does for the following reasons and what appears to me, if I had to have takeaways from that, that tape right there. These would what they would be number one at appears as the president is unnerved and certainly although his attorney is speaking in a calm voice, that he's unnerved as well about the prospect of some cooperation, having taken place, which would implicate the president, number two based upon the cooperation, that's implicating the president, there fishing to confirm whether or not that cooperation exists, number three, he's offering a pardon, you know, the feelings of the president, and as a result of these feelings of the president, they still stand, and so call it, what you will spin it. How you will what is said is clear. And to me, that is evidence of obstruction last point wolf, and that's this when you're looking at obstruction or any evidence. You can't look at it and I. Salaciously everything is a data point. You have to look at this aspect of the president's conduct his attorney on his behalf and you have to look at every other aspect of his conduct is prosecutors do, when they build the case. So if you want to build a case for obstruction, and you look at this piece match with the other eleven items at Muller, said exists, void you have it. Jackie we've had the transcript of this voice since last month. But hearing it clearly makes a difference. I mean, clearly that it's always better that the public here. See have more information in order to back up, what the Muller report was was based on that said, I don't know that this changes minds and it certainly doesn't change the Muller report itself. But more information is always good. We'll be good Ron Brown's moved away. And what do you think? Ron. Well, I think it just underscores the potential impact of televised hearings on the entire Muller report, because despite the special counsel, Muller's kind of quaint notion that all Americans are gonna read through a four hundred page report that is written with a lot of double double negatives. And, you know, very closely considered legal language, the fact is, is that hearing and seeing as Jackie enjoy a both said is very powerful. And this is just only one of many examples of how bringing the mullahs report to life. I think does represent a kind of a clear and present danger to the president also underscores whether Democrats want to hear from Robert Muller, who was himself, even if he only comes back to congress and reads from his report to hear him, say, all of this would be very significant as Ron was talking, I was thinking to myself, I think of what Robert Muller did in the nine minutes at the end of last month. We're talked he didn't really say any words. If if you just read a transcript, that weren't contained in the mode report. But what why does it matter that you have audio and visual because you can tell emphasis you can tell the same reason that you don't play poker remotely? Or if you do your probably bad gambler because you need to see everyone around you how they react. What's their intonation? How'd you come out of that Muller nine minutes, saying he wanted to do this to make clear that he had no option to charge Donald Trump in his reading of law, and he wanted to make clear that Donald Trump was not exonerated? And if he had been exonerated the MP had been able to say down Trump was exonerated he would've. So there's a difference. It's a pow visual and audio or powerful ways in which we communicate and you can get more from that than just words on a page. Right. And it's part of the reason why the president doesn't tear point doesn't want his former Nizer's his former testifying kind of congress. It has everything to do not a -sarily what they might say because they might not say anything new. But it's that visual, it's that in front of the cameras that the president is very attuned to. Only one lesson. The remember we're not talking necessarily here in terms of the legal case right now. Right. Just sparkman says he can't be charged while he's a sitting president what we're talking about. Why Jackie's point is so right on? We're talking about the swing of public opinion visa the impeachment right in the way in which that happens is not being like did you read page two hundred fifty two of the mole report. It's right. It was a good page. It's, it's having Robert Muller by or, or, you know, these people Joey quickly to weigh in, because at the very end of that voicemail, we hear John Dowd, say, remember what we've always said about the president and his feelings towards Flynn, which to some suggest, maybe he's laying out the possibility. If Flynn a dozen cooperate. There could be a presidential pardon bingo. And that's absolutely the point the point is, is that when you're speaking, sometimes you speak in language, which you and I know what it's about wolf because we've talked about this before, but we wanted to skies it into certain way. And so I'm, I'm not attempting to be. Various. I'm not attempting to spout conspiracy theories. I'm simply analyzing what we hear and what we hear is someone saying, you'll get a part. And if you look out for me, everybody stand by there's a lot more. We're following right now. Much more on the breaking news right after this. The right sheets can take your sleep, and your style to the next level with Boll and branch. The upgrade has never been more affordable. Every set is crafted from one hundred percent organic cotton. They get softer and softer over time. That's why they have thousands of five star reviews and even three US presidents have Boll and branch sheets. Try them for thirty nights. And if you don't love them, send them back for a full refund. Go to bollandbranch dot com today for fifty dollars off your first set of sheets, plus free shipping with promo code CNN to spelled B O L L, andbranch dot com. That's bollandbranch dot com, promo code CNN, too. We're back with our political or legal experts crystal is what do you make of the speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi, telling some of her fellow Democrats in the house that she really doesn't want to see the president United States? Impeach. She wants to see him in prison. Joey mentioned last segment context, as it relates to obstruction. Donald Trump context matters here, too. Right. Why is Nancy Pelosi having this meeting? At least one reason is to try to continue to hold back the forces, including some. Committee chairman level, who want impeachment proceedings to begin the start of an impeachment inquiry to be open. And so, what's one way to do that without outside events sound a really strong rhetorical point? Like, you know, hey guys I'm with the I want wanna see more than impeach impeachment. I wanna see imprisonment. I think that's what she's doing here. And I think she knows what she's doing here because she does not she said many times publicly Donald Trump wants us to impeach him and makes some victim, the Senate, Jim Himes said, this t- wilt, the Senate is not going to Republican controlled Senate, not going to convict Donald Trump, therefore, you give him the issue without getting anything out of it. And and what she's what she's leaning against is member saying. But this is our constitutional race whether or not the end is going to be what we want this is still something that we should do. And that's what she's beating back against and it's tough because it's getting louder and the more that. That you give credence to the fact that the president may have committed crimes. That's that might be counter-productive with some of these numbers, you feel passionately and look at the look at just looking at your response to you yesterday, wolf and that tells you everything you need to know. Are you Nancy Pelosi on the same page with impeachment? We're working it out. I mean you go ahead and a break. Yeah. As I say, I mean look, she's managing to tracks. We don't talk about it much. But they pass the dream act, this week they've now past six of the nine legislative priorities. They laid out at the beginning of the year, and they've had a total of two dissenting votes. From Democrats on all six combine, which is unimaginable and other democratic majorities in about three dozen Democrats voted against the Affordable Care Act. So on the legislative side, they are actually kind of systematically, implementing the agenda, they ran on and putting the ball in the court of Mitch McConnell is so far has gotten away with completely ignoring all of the things that are being passed on the other side. She's trying to manage, as, as Chris said, she's trying to manage this demand for impeachment, which is still pretty much confined to Democrats from safer district. You don't have a lot of Democrats from swing districts or Trump districts out, banging the gong for that, you know, I wrote today, I think they are over learning the lessons of Bill Clinton, in one thousand nine hundred eight the fact is that, yes, Republican. Loss house seats after impeaching Clinton in ninety eight when the country to the support, it of, and they lost five house seats and they maintain control of the house and two years later in the presidential race. The arguments that were raised it impeachment where reporting part of George W Bush's winning presidential campaign. She may have more leeway than she thinks, but for now she is really keeping a lid on it. I think largely out of deference to those thirty one House Democrats in districts that voted for Trump in two thousand sixteen show. You're the legal expert when Nancy Pelosi says she wants to see the president of the United States, imprisoned rather than it peach, is that just rhetoric. Is that at all realistic? You know, I think it could be realistic. And I think that easiest way from a legal perspective. I was advising to impeach the president is to defeat him in twenty twenty and here's what I mean, I think impeachment would be an exercise in futility. Why? Because ultimately, he will not be removed or otherwise convicted, right? As Chris cillizza says, by the Senate, it's not going to happen. They don't have the votes in the event, however, that you wait and you. Feet, the president and he's prosecuted, what she can be as a citizen out of office. There's an instance where he's not in peach, but he ends up in jail, if we're going to subscribe to the notion that no person is above the law, and that applies to the president people are going to have to ask themselves, very seriously and politicians alike. Do we want to set the president of having it precedent of having a president NGO because that's exactly where he could be should he be prosecuted once he leaves if he's defeated. And the fat. The fact is that he even he is a ready in essence and unindicted co-conspirator in, in the case that has Michael Kohn in jail. And that is hanging out there in twenty twenty one but it is also worth noting that again, if you look back at the full frame of one thousand nine hundred eight in two thousand even though Bill Clinton was not removed from office by, by the democratic by the Republican controlled Senate, the issues that were raised in impeachment were an important part of the next presidential campaign when George Bush ran on restoring honor and dignity to the Oval Office. No one had any confusion about what he was what he was talking about, just sort of add to Ron's point, very quickly, Newt Gingrich's. The problem of why we remember ninety eight the way we did Newt Gingrich a week before the ninety eight election was saying, we're gonna win thirty seats thirty five seats on impeachment. If you can get you said, nothing then runs right? We would've see it back as sort of a wash election as opposed to this. Big rejection of impeachment. Gingrich was speaker of the house are guys stick around. There's more news we're following including Vladimir. Putin using two detained Americans hawn's as using them as ponds in a bigger game to increase his power. From CNN films. Apollo eleven experience humanity's greatest feed. Like you've never seen before their nail. With newly discovered incredible footage. Entertainment Weekly says it's so pristine and Chris Plante. Feels like it was shot yesterday. We. On for one wild ride. Apollo eleven Sunday June twenty third at nine on CNN. While President Trump and European leaders gathered in France to commemorate d day Russia's President Vladimir Putin stayed home to host the splashy forum to encourage business investment, and boost his struggling economy. The United States mostly is boycotting Putin's for them largely because the Russians are detaining a pair of Americans. Let's go to our senior national correspondent, Fred pike. And he's joining us live from Moscow right now Fred, tell us born are these American simply pawns in a larger game between the US and Russia. Well, it's a big question wolf and the Russians are continuing to say that there's nothing political behind these detentions, but of course, the US sees that very dif- very differently. They're very angry about the fact that these two Americans are still being detained it's very weighing very heavily on the economic forum here in St Petersburg. Here's what we're learning. Tonight. A lot of MIR Putin's favourite economic forum almost completely without American participation. After Russia, placed American, Michael Calvin, one of the biggest foreign investors I in jail, and then under house arrest cowbys detention. Another factor, escalating tensions between the US and Moscow Kremlin spokesman claimed the case is not political cocoa, but Amir saying that we would prefer, Michael Calvi to attend the Saint Petersburg, economic forum among other investors in of course, regret that he has problems with law. President Trump continues to seek federal relations with Vladimir Putin. The US remains at odds with Russia on a wide range of topics hitting Moscow with a flurry of sanctions prompting a rare personal jab from Putin's to put it in Trump. Despite the fact that President Trump has broken all records in imposing sanctions on Russia. Nevertheless with him in the office trade between the United States and Russia has increased by five billion dollars Americans detained in Moscow remain a major issue. Another American citizen security expert. Paul Whalen has been in custody for months, charged with espionage. We Lynn recently, issuing a call for help. I wanted to tell the world that I'm. The victim of clinical kidnap and ransom. Obviously, no credibility to the situation. This is retaliation for sanctions. There is absolutely no legitimacy. I've been threatening. My personal safety has been threatened. There are uses and harassment that I'm constantly subjected to while the US embassy officials have been able to visit Paul. They say their access has been in adequate and bow to protest his treatment. Here's told this before that he feels that he is under psychological pressure to confess. And in this case, we're now hearing that he feels that he is under physical threat, as well to confess. And I guarantee you, we will protest this fact with the Russian government all we pretrial detention. We'll go on for at least several more months as for Michael Calvi Moscow has indicated he might be released from house arrest, but only to attend the economic forum in Saint Petersburg for a day. And the Russians also trying to throw this right back at America Moscow, saying that they believe that the Americans are trying to this Wade companies from taking part in the form and investing here in Russia. The Russians for their part are saying, look, if the Americans don't want invest, they'll find other partners the one country, they're really making a push for right now wolf is the Chinese. Great interesting. Fred plight giving port report. Thanks very much friends in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Coming up. There's breaking news. We have exclusive new details about the fight over impeachment of source says, did you this year? He committee chairman Jerry never wants to launch a minute fiery, but is reluctant to cross. The speaker Nancy Pelosi by going. The manhunt for the Golden State killer is over. And there's a suspect in custody. 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"Pat Gray is here on the blaze radio network. Good Morning America and Friday gave you with this. Thanks for being here. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three also at PAT unleashed on twitter. I think we've said many times that we lead with our mistakes and so I just WanNa make sure that you understand. That's the case. Yesterday I said with this New Jersey shooting. It would be pretty hard this time to blame white nationalist that were inspired by Donald Trump. Yeah since I don't know the murderer was black. Both both shooters were black. And I thought it'd be hard to blame white nationalist. Well I stand corrected. Here's here's Joyless Bay yesterday then you look at the police officer. Detective Joe Cecil's who was murdered. He's married father of five gone. John just shot in the head And killed an just an awful awful things to walk up to the car. He he walked up he. He walked on the front line. And it's a really terrible thing and we need to pray for this detectives family. Those five children awesome that you will. You will conceive that the nationals these white nationalists have been let out of their holes. It's listen it's awful full device when you curse folks able to express these kind of us no matter how they are no matter what the ethnic religious bias why is they have. I mean his babbling is just mindless nonce. All of them. I mean you can't tell her Joy even the killer is black. You're going to still blame the murder on white nationalist and it's not like she's making some lean wean here. I'll they already knew who the framers were. They knew it right away with just a I mean that's truly a feet. You know that to to be that three of shame that free of facts to be so hateful of Donald Trump that yield completely ignored all in reality out of their whole and Chris doesn't even even with a quick well. That may be true joy but the shooter's African American. Yeah and then move right right and it's not true I mean they've been let out of their whole. They've always who let them out. And of course the inferences that Donald Trump let the modern royal. That's that's the difference. I mean that has to be the dumbest statement of two thousand nineteen. I mean. That's an to blame white nationalist for a murder committed by black people. I knew if anybody has a nomination for an alternative dumbest statement twenty just thinking. I'd love to hear that might be a good show. Yeah I find find the dumbest state my people call us at triple eight nine hundred thirty three. So you're saying you know these two individuals don't look like Doc Pretty well I mean for sure. Pretty sure they're not doing white power and all that so. Ah can't even you CA- all reality has been flipped on its. Oh it's all reality. Zara world rosiest crazy. All right let me tell you about keeps because You want to keep your hair. You don't WANNA lose it. 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We are getting along great behind breath so even Even liberal writers are Shredding The New York Times reporting on trump's anti-semitism executive order. Oh Yeah Oh isn't an anti-semitic Attica because that's important yeah. I Know New York Times reporters of butchered this story on the forthcoming executive order from President. Trump he's trying to make antisemitism discriminatory on campus. You can discriminate based on religion on campuses for some reason. I don't know why but you can't discriminate based on nationality right. And that's what he's up. So they're making they're making Judaism a nationality. Well John John Cooper from the time of tweeted out as trump plans to sign an executive order. Classifying Judaism is a race or nationality. Remember that in Hitler's first I written comment in nineteen nineteen on the so-called Jewish question he likewise to find the Jews as a race and not a religious community. You've gotTA aww kidding. That's another contender for the stupidest comment. Nineteen exactly yes. Then you've got Aaron Biba Anyway She tweets anyway anyway. Hitler kicked off the Holocaust with Nuremberg laws. That among other things declared German Jews weren't of German nationality so trump signing an executive order to clary sorry Judaism its own nationality. is well not great for us. Descendants of Holocaust. Oh my God. You're right harder. Got To be kidding me. Doing you WanNa talk about being blinded blinded by your hatred for the man he was doing the exact opposite of what you're saying right. Yeah kind of blew it even taken to task by the New York Times in that good the case which yes Good is right. I mean that's how much they hate. beat him they don't care what the reality is. They'll spin it to their own hate Agenda Cheese also speed hateful. This poll that we did on diehard stateful. Poll heart is not Christmas. We knew that's what the outgoing didn't we had no idea. I didn't even know diehard was considered Christmas movie white people until last year before I'm like what what are you talking about route. Okay it's a it's a movie about terrorism out. Is that Christmas. It's not seventy one twenty nine even Christmas from terrorism. Seventy one twenty nine nine okay. And and and here's some further proof just to muck and fudge if you'll recall sent us this last year. It's it's a Christmas story here and it's a it's a nice book I mean look at this I mean this it shows you how stupid and it shows you how ridiculous snow Christmas the lights on it holly which is also the wife's name they give her a rush so Seventy one two thousand nine. There wasn't a lot of snow going on in. La At the time uh-huh. Oh yes. Oh but Right in Los Angeles. It's about terrorists. I know that they were doing they. Were having the Christmas party at Nacogdoches Plaza. I know yeah Anyway Pads spoken seventy one twenty nine. It is Christmas movie. Yeah seventy one percent of the people are wrong. What are you GonNa do Brock in South Carolina? Hi You're on the big day that you doc dot org thing you agreed at home alone is a Christmas movie not really no no. He was saying the other day. No not really. Yeah it said Edit Christmas time but it's about a kid stuck at home alone right right. I've heard would listen to well if I if I consider your. The whole premise was blown right from the club. Thanks appreciate it. It's been the weekend catching up on the PODCAST. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three let's see. We got this tweet in case you haven't seen this Do we have the picture of the. Merry Christmas This is over. I don't know an interest something where what's his entrance to. I don't know but there's the big sign on that entrance. Merry Christmas if offended call eight six seven five three hundred. That's just until I guess she'll help. He thinks she's changed her number by now. Wow I mean it's been a while been awhile and probably moved so yes so. Stop calling imagine anybody in in in the city with that number so obnoxious. Surely they've taken out of circulation everywhere we do right right and plus. I don't know at this point in time. It's been what forty years. You Really WanNa Call Jenny anymore. Now I really. I don't personally I didn't want to call Jimmy then. Yeah Oh another another huge story is what happened to Britain yesterday with the election. Yeah orest Johnson crushed the opposition. Although it wasn't about him right the so weird yeah he just picked up more seats right a lot more seats. I mean it was a landslide election. Did I see a headline basis. Nineteen eighty-three no. I saw bigger than that. I saw biggest since nineteen eighty. I thought I saw nineteen thirty five somewhere. Mar Nineteen twenty two. I thought I saw fourteen twelve. That's what I call your day's it's going to be one of those shows. Okay so anyhow Boris Johnson GonNa get his way on Brexit. It sounds like well the British people are going to get their way the and that's kind of what they declared thank you. How many times do we have to tell you get us out of the EU right? We want out I. It's just an I heard part of Boris's speech where he talked about. You know we're going to do it on time. which is I mean okay? January is is not really on time but it's time he promised time enough. Yes yes yes. It was such a bloodbath that the opposition Guy Jeremy Corbyn. He's he's. He's got to quit his day. That system is so weird if they elect a bunch of people. Not from your party then you have to quit the leadership of your party. It seems like it's I don't know so so weird. They said that some areas of Great Britain especially in the north wind blew conservative. Tory whatever they they went blue for the first time in one hundred years one hundred years. How many times have to tell you this they were so we want to be out of the e so you you can tell us tell us no no no no no yes yes we want out? That was an absolute breakfast. Brexit a mandate So I hope they don't ignore my choice I know. Imagine how pissed off they'd be if they ignore aurum again. So when do they do. I mean I don't know if you know this but I wonder when they actually take their seats like when when are they sworn in or inaugurated as ANC might say. Because I guarantee you. That's the first order of business. And what was the first bill that was going to sign when she was inaugurated to the Congress I forget but she she was gonNA sign some bill. Bill Hurts thing inauguration gone. Hey that's great I'm GONNA. I'm getting their ask stupid. See and I'm not going to get there all right. Let's see as far as the impeachment. humint is concerned. We've got a lot of territory to cover before we get to more on Trivia today. which by the way is between the Colts Saints Saints Saints the home team so we'll be doing saints colts in About forty five minutes but the house. Judiciary Committee decided late last night to delay. They voted on the articles of impeachment. After fourteen. HOURS OF DEBATE HOUSE JUDICIARY Chairman Jerry. Nadler said they resume the session at ten. Had o'clock this morning. It is now very late at night. He said last night I want the members on both sides of the aisle to think about what has happened over these last few days and to search their consciences before they cast their votes. Yeah that would be nice if they actually did that right. Yeah actually going to happen. But here's some fun from from yesterday. Which one you want Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi. Oh okay so. This is after the fact when they're asking her. Hey why don't you send it up Bribery opt to me. I myself am not a lawyer sometimes. act like one not as often as I actors have Dr. I practice medicine on the side without to this August. Recommended by are working together with younger. Should have no no case. They're setting ETA. Yes she just said it. We've got no case on bribery. Couldn't we couldn't make the case for bribery. Otherwise they would've and our attorneys told us is that so we dropped it. That is unbelievable. We had to go to something so broad as abuse of power at. What does that really mean or contempt of Congress Congress which you can be in contempt of Congress and the judiciary has to has to figure it out? It's just it's absolutely asinine with power below pet. I think thank you forgetting the abuse of power that the president was making policy right so right. He abused his power because he didn't allow the State Department to do what they WANNA do. Sorry it's not up to you. Unelected Morons she's also Ted Deutch Talked talked about his reason for impeachment. This ought to be good so I asked my kids on our family group. Text what they thought at this moment. What do we have responded? Almost immediately and they told me what they were feeling is day what their friends were feeling. Go ahead and they confirmed the word of the win but we'll get together then. Their faith is shaken. One of my kids said trump has made me feel like our country is failing. Impeachable offense right there. He made his son Phil You. It's me where I live. Don't tell me about you made your son feel as though your son's pretty dumb by the way if he's talking about democracy I mean you need to teach each and better than that. Yeah we tell them you know son. We're not a democracy so it does if I told you you obviously zero zero. Yes that's the case with all these Democrats because that's their game is just pretending that we're democracy so they can sneak in socialism. That's the whole agenda here This week of course. 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Haynick you're on the blaze. I this is actually Bonnie Bonnie. Frank there's something that seems to be forgotten and all of this impeachment hearing nonsense quite game I can speak from personal works. -perienced that Eric's wall absolutely did not fought live on the air and I know I I. I realized the fact that there is direct evidence of aww absolutely no hearsay. All right thank you thank you. Yeah yeah that's right. Yeah so swallow allstone Bernie Bernie Franks line right when they when he started on the air. Because Barney Frank was the original Gas Gate remember that his head like the lean. So we're Barney Frank. He would lean to the side swallowed. Just kind of like you know elevated but there you go good good commentary on that thank you the anatomy the anatomy of an on Air Fart. That was very nice explained. That's why I'm here appreciate okay Chris in Virginia. You're on the blaze. I I'd like to make emotion that we nominate joy behar all right she certainly blogs Expressed appreciation. I mean if there was such a thing anymore yes but if there ever was a douchebag I think joy behar is that dude. Oh absolutely did unbelievable. Two percent unbelievable I mean do you. Do you actually even turn on the news. Have you seen a report on that shooting to see that they weren't white nationalists now. She doesn't care nope she doesn't care. All she cares about is her agenda that that's it she's sitting. I chaired by the way. So Whoopi off. No Yeah Yeah here so this is a story to tell the truth about the story narrow. Just let her go. Yeah that's right all right so yesterday. Also Hank Johnson had some brilliance. He everybody's talking. What about you know why they should impeach Donald Trump and of course Hank Johnson Had his thoughts on the matter look weak. Well I tell you that brings to mind the picture of President Trump and presidents alinsky meeting in New York in September at the UN. And I- big chair for president trump. Little Chair for presidents Alinsky. Big Six foot. Four President Trump five foot eleven Mr Linski inskeep residents Alinsky and they're standing there and president trump is holding court and he says oh by the way no no no no pressure pressure shaking his head as if his daughter was downstairs in the basement. Duct tape is this is this. I mean there's an imbalance of power in that relationship it always has been and there's no way that the nation of Ukraine can stand up to the power to the power of the United States of America and president trump used that that unequal orbiting position. Because he's taller. Every is that what we're saying. A bigger chair. Yeah yeah he's taller and there I would guess. They had the same unkind chair. We should look votto. Look for that photo. There's no way he had a littler chair that donald trump usually have matching chairs out there. They're not going to mismatch act chairs by the way. That's a United States congressman. Yeah I know I know it's just it's pathetic. I mean that's almost as stoop. Maybe it's more than than my fear. Is that the whole island island will become so only populated that will tip over and And capsized I will say that for those watching on television and have seen the capsize video and the latest video from the hearings During the capsize videos hank was completely shaving. CLICHE shave his entire face Today doesn't shave. His face just has a little little little beard GonNa Throat area. I'm not quite sure. What is this the throwing to throw diers wrote? That's good for some. That is a good look. Good look for Hank. I'm not sure what AH okay. So because Donald Trump is taller JEN's alinsky. I guess he shouldn't even talk to him. Get him out that what the deal is that. You don't even talk to this guy's not the power dynamic there. I'm so tired of the power dynamic nonsense. They're both world leaders. Shut up what are you supposed to do by the way. There's no country as powerful the United States you nobody measures up to the United States. And that's trump point. That's why we that's why he got elected. Well I think I think I think another thing here. We're in don't overlook the fact that apparently president trump has kidnapped zilinskiene daughter and has her duct tape and bound in the basement is hat are and then who was it that was it was Nadler saying Who Was it was saying that Trump has a gun to his head and all this imagery they have nothing. They are flailing real time. Right before us. They have no case in now they're just going for hyperbole and effect it's pathetic Also had some great comments from some of the GOP senators and Congressmen on impeachment. Jim Jim Jordan explained things quite. They're never gonNA stop Congressman Green said yesterday. If the Senate doesn't convict it will not end. This is not what about Ukraine facts on the president sides. Let's he said he wasn't pressured. Ukraine is didn't even know aid was held at the time of the call and most importantly they did nothing to get the aid released. This is about one basic fact. The Democrats have never accepted the will of the American people three weeks ago. Nancy Pelosi called the president of the United States and imposture imposture and the attacks on the president started before the election July thirty first two thousand sixteen the FBI opened the trump Russia investigation. An spied on four American citizens associated with President Trump's campaign they took the dossier to the court and they lied to the court. Seventeen eighteen times didn't tell the court the guy wrote the dossier was desperate to stop trump. Didn't tell the court the guy who wrote the dossier was working for the Clinton campaign didn't tell the court the guy who wrote the dossier hey had been fired by the FBI for leaking information to the press and the FBI continued the investigation after the election on January third 2017. Senator Sumer said this if you mess with the intelligence community. They have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you. It took all three days for that statement to come through January six and trump tower. Jim Comey briefed. President elect trump on the dossier the dossier that the F. B.. I already knew was false. They do it so that they can leak it to the press. The press will write about the fact they brief team. The president was told. He wasn't under investigation when in fact they were investigating him and trying signed to trap him at that meeting and of course. They continue their investigation. After the inauguration we deposed Jim Coleman in this committee last congress he said after after ten months at the FBI investigation. They didn't have a thing combing gets fired on May nine twenty seventeen eight days later Bob Muller gets hired and we get to years of the Muller Investigation One thousand nine hundred forty agents five hundred warrants. Twenty eight hundred subpoenas but zero collusion Democrats. Don't care about the facts. And and they're never gonNA stop. Whistle blowers lawyers said ten days after the president was sworn in who has started impeachment to follow Sixteen Democrats on. This committee voted to move forward with impeachment before Bob Muller ever ever sat in front of this committee and testified before president trump of presents lipsky ever had their call. They're never gonNA stop their attacks because they can't stand the fact that President Trump is actually draining the swamp and doing what he said he would do and most importantly getting results taxes taxes cut regulations reduced economy growing at an unbelievable pace lowest unemployment fifty years gorsuch and Cavenaugh on the court out of the Iran deal embassy in Jerusalem hostages home from North Korea. And oh by the way I knew Nafta agreement coming any day now. They can't stand it and they're never gonNA stop and it's not just because they don't like the president isn't it. It's not just because they don't like the president they don't like us they don't like to sixty three million people who voted for this president all of us in fly over country country all of us common folk in Ohio Wisconsin Tennessee and Texas. They don't like us. That's wow that's really good lane announced so true. What did he say there? There wasn't true all of that was dead on the money. She's he's really good is should be speaker of the House the best that around a little bit. Yep Jim Jordan Speaker of the house give it a year a triple eight nine hundred. I'm hoping that the same thing that happened in Britain happens here in the upcoming coming election. I hope we show these people disgusted. We are with them and get them all out of there. We get back to house and increase the majority in the Senate and and keep the presidency. So here's a thought on on those that are on the fence trying to figure out if they're gonNA vote for trump or not. Okay if a lot of these states are now now gonNa do the popular vote of the nation for their electoral votes. Okay then then do you want to basically Screw over these liberal states. These blue states dates by voting. Even though you live in red state or somewhere or whatever and it's not gonNA make a difference one way or the other. You could change the electoral votes of these blue states. That are now going with the national popular vote so you vote for trump. You're actively flipping these states even though it may not affect the outcome in your state. I think that's that's an argument for voting for trump. If you're on the fence you know. Hey I don't have this time. Well you WANNA screw all these states vote for trump by the way Speaking of the power or dynamic in the little teeny chair that they sat him. It's it's ridiculous the chair. They put him put him in a little teeny clown chair gonNA show it to you in a second. Oh well there it is right there. Look at that that little team this year. I've never made furniture pat but yeah it's insane correct. That's right that's right. Boy Triple eight nine hundred thirty. Three ninety. Three and in PAT unleashed on twitter. Where Michelle Renee tweets my favorite? Christmas movies are diehard diehard. Two and home alone home alone onto lost in New York. That's my yearly tradition. That's not true. Stop it nobody. Nobody says there's not one person in America that says. Hey it's Christmas time. Let's break out die hard for our written. Nobody does that if someone were to do that now. It's only in spite of the argument that it's not a Christian but another case to be made is really. No one likes diehard to. They'll take your old prefaces lost She goes on. It beats cheesy hallmark. Christmas movies Oh my Gosh. That's probably that's probably true actually Some of so bad some of them. That's why you are so bad. So he was C. J. C Barton await diehard wasn't about terrorism. It was about robbery by foreigners right always just about the money from GS Jesus lamp or lamp to sure The Christmas diehard poll won the popular vote but the Electoral College got the nomination. Not a Christmas there we go from. PATS festive kale recipe. Jeffey makes every piece of furniture looked like a teeny clown furniture. Aw why what do you mean. I don't understand that I don't know Jeffey I don't know why this is the chair share right and you're just sitting in it. I don't know why wouldn't make it look teeny. If you're in it sharing hazard pay try understand the point there. Let's go. Let's go back to the picture. Sure of a trump and the teeny chair with With Zelinski and you can tell that man that was just an effort to humiliate the guy. Yeah look at that. Look at that look at that. I mean he needs to work on his posture. Real weird thing exact same age as you knew it was. They don't have mismatch. Shares for world leaders leaders dumb ass. That is so stupid. So wait a minute are you. Got Small teeny little chair for S- Alinsky shot so you want us to. I believe pat gray that Hank Johnson got a fact wrong. Yeah I do. I know that's hard to believe. Because he's he's a genius might be genius. Intellect taps is a guy in Congress seriously but there forever result flood stupid and and he but stupid doesn't belong there. Wow let me let me check the Ol- how long has he been in Congress longtime yeah with what he's gotTa be three or four terms now what's was with really funny is that Twenty fourteen I believe it was twenty twelve a real big time constitutionalist. Ran They redistricting so my dad actually lived in Johnson's district. Oh and then they re district and he was in this other guys district but Yeah he is is I WANNA see. I'm going to take a look at Map Georgia and figure out the Hank Johnson man. Somebody run any blake literally. Anybody run against him. Yeah you would think somebody would just put all of his dumb statements on a continuous loop and say seriously. You WanNa send this guy back again. Stop it stop it. It's the the madness has to end. I mean there are looking at this map could totally find somebody that has commonsense more than Hank Johnson to run. Just throw a rock in the air and whoever lands on we'll according to this the The the you know of course. The experts at Wikipedia can't be wrong doc. No this says that he's been in office since. Oh seven right. But that's that that's district for the district. So if if that's changed and he's been in there longer longer because he was a different district right. Yeah I don't know if they changed the name of the district of these or what but I mean it is out there I in. It's I mean it's part of the Atlanta city limits but it's also way out in the suburbs to I don't understand I mean there's a lot of space here to like I said throw a rock in the the air and whoever it lands on we'll have more common sense than Hank Johnson. You would think you think. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three Get a list of America's all time timezones. We're talking about diehard Christmas movie let's see where it ranks here All time favorite Christmas movies based on author Jean Shepherd's birds okay. That's the affair them. Some divulging the winner here. Now now. I really wanted to shepherd who's okay at number one. The number one Christmas movie of all time. What do you think it is? Oh probably a wonderful life and that was my guess wonderful life now a Christmas story. Oh Yeah Yeah Ralph U. S.. Another one that I I. You know. It's a Christmas. I just don't like it. I big Fan Dan. Look we're in agreement it's overrated. I mean it's entertaining there. There's some really good parts that really stand out the leg light. ha ha ha lamb lamb and Yeah he goes down the slide Santa Blah Blah Blah. Whatever I mean it's fine? Oh he gets his tongue stalk talk on a good moments. BB Gun but it'll put somebody's eye out okay. Stool probably still probably show up in here. Really angry never to Charlie Brown Christmas movie number two good agenda that high but yeah never three. It's a wonderful life number four out of Christmas movie planes trains and automobiles at struck moving. Because they're all again that's like that's another trice. Go right trying to get home for Christmas home alone. Number five the polar express number. I love that I like it too. I like it National Lampoon's Christmas vacation at seven number eight home alone onto lost in New York. You gotta be kidding good. I like I like the shop around the corner. Isn't that why shop around the corner isn't that she's got mail or was. Was that movie with Tom. Hanks and Meg Ryan you've got you've got mail right. That's that's the updated version. That's a Christmas movie. I don't know that number ten and Santa Claus is coming to town number eleven. How the grinch stole Christmas and I think that's the live action version because from two thousand? Yeah that's when that came out right we rudolphs not on this list. Well after hang on there's twenty lie bad number twelve a Christmas carol from nineteen eighteen. Thirty eight not that not that one not that version and then the Christmas Carol right after that is number thirteen Christmas Carol two thousand nine. I don't even know what version that is from. Two two thousand nine. What came out in two thousand nine? Oh the Jim Carey version the Jim Carey. Yeah that's right which I I like. It was done miracle on thirty Fourth Street and number fourteen a Christmas Carol. One thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Don't know which one that is. That the muppet Christmas Christmas Carol Number Sixteen is a Christmas. Carol from there's four okay. So there's five of them on the nineteen nineteen fifty one version with Alastair Sim. That's that's the one right. That's not my the one but it's it's a good one white. Christmas is number seventeen. That's good how the grinch stole Christmas nineteen sixty seven cartoon. The I love that gluck a Christmas. Carol Nineteen eighty-four. That was the George C Scott version that I blake and then Santa the Santa Claus the first one number twenty. Yeah that's good. So Rudolph no no Rudolph it's not takes a hit. Wow Personal God yes go ahead please do not abuse gendered language to to attract everyone all right. We'll keep that in mind when we listen to the elves. How how how? How can that be on the list? So hold on did you say did you say ell you. You said else on there right now. I didn't say Elf is not on. This didn't make the top one. Travesty of justice should be on this list who ended did top twenty a good Christmas movie. Yes it doesn't belong in the top twenty probably whereas National Lampoon's it's Christmas vacation is that number seven. It wasn't cool. What's your you're listening to ABC? I'm probably looking for facts to help you. Accentuate your points. It's probably what I'm doing. Continue all right triple eight nine hundred thirty. Three ninety-three ended ended PAT unleashed on twitter. More good Christmas news of a Vegan big vegan influence sir. What does that mean somebody? WHO's on the Internet all the time? What a stupid word by inflation? Licensed that were so bad. vegan influence our. Yeah okay. It's a person who influences people that makes tim an influence. Sir You're you're an influence or we're all influence are we influencers look good former formerly Vegan influence unser revealed to her fans that she spent thirty days eating nothing but meat and animal products. She also revealed that the new diet had some surprisingly positive effects on our health. Elites Parker who has over two hundred thousand instagram followers over seven hundred thousand youtube subscribers explained planed her decision on instagram on this would seem to be imperilling her influence in the vegan world. Right Eight. Well this is her argument that she's going to go back I see. She revealed that she she decided to try the carnivore diet after hearing about all the health benefits from friends. So it's a test so she explained. I had my own fair share of health struggles and eventually reached breaking point where I was willing to try anything to function properly again. So she was. She wasn't functioning properly on Vegan Diet ta so she tried it and she started eating meat and eggs and dairy. She said I swallowed. My pride. Decided I'd give it a shot full on carnivore. I woke up the next morning. Feeling more mentally clear focused wholesome and healthy than I had felt in years. Wow that's that's crazy because that's what you hear from the other side of this all the time including my wife. I feel better. I just get I a few better as a warm up any no. I've called for its own. Maybe that's why on Youtube where she elaborated under experience variant of her fans reacted negatively. As you can imagine with once commenting this is so disappointing. Another one route if you had to kill every animal you eight in this video radio. We all know you'd go back to Vigo immediately. I've also been Vegan for four and a half years now no meat for six. I've never been this healthy in my life and I have the blood work to prove it. Good for you you snotty another user added. You should see a doctor after and show US those results rather than you on a scale and your ABS- ABS- This is. This probably isn't helping your eating disorder. People weren't so he'll right right. I mean people are just so nasty. Oh yeah so. N- asked Time Yup is Internet as you can get away with it but there's a lot of talk about how just just strictly meat diets or animal product. It's is the way to go and get some traction up there speaking which there's something interesting about The new big food of the day you know the impossible burger that everybody's as jamming about it's wonderful and so great. It's good for us. You know when you actually look at the caloric content about the same if not even even worse for his in the actual meat and I don't know that it's really better for you in any way it's just other does not meet well now now fairly. We're finding out something even more interesting about the impossible burger so yeah listen. Let us to this professor who I guess Greg Henderson now he's like the host but anyhow this This professor was on this agricultural. Talk you know. It's fun radio a few months ago and listen to what he has to say about the impossible burger ingredients and I don't know if there's a food more process than what these plant burgers are. Well I think I would agree with that When you look at impossible Burger or of your meat you'll find that they have twenty one twenty? You too highly processed ingredients in fact so processed that That you are hard pressed in identifying the difference between those items versus. Let's say press food pet food. Wait what so beat between the the impossible Burger and and and pet food. So is there last night on twitter. You had a trivia tweet tweet out there you have the ingredients for beyond meets. You had the ingredients for impossible foods and you had the ingredients for some dog food food and quite frankly to my uneducated i. I didn't see a whole lot of difference Dr Over the last twenty four hours I had one hundred thousand. The people check in and answering trying to answer that Trivia question as to which one of the three is the dog food the vast majority of people headed wrong. Very Interesting I. I didn't mean to be facetious with that. I just wanted to point out What nature food that read it is that they are producing and and how indistinguishable it is from documents? What's amazing here and I have to share that story with you A couple of years ago go as a speaker at the National Academy of Sciences. Then and by coincidence I had dinner with a founder seal impossible foods. Zuma's Patrick Brown and over dinner. We had a conversation about food of course and he said to me that back in his days when he was a graduate student that he actually as documents and I thought that was just like didn't a joke or something and so I laughed and he said no no really a if he made that a habit or if that was a one time deal but I asked him so you eight documents. Why did he duck Nelson said? Because have you ever seen the ingredients. The stuff is actually wholesome and Any cheap and thought he was joking. I feel I did a little bit of research. In and compared his burger versus beyond burger versus against what I would not be able to tell difference and to Lee that's just testament that actually going ahead and making something that from an attritional basis might be very different from dog food heading the flavors I ended mail. And yes attorney to the real thing and you don't want it to smell like dog teeny Jeannie bit of a turnoff among us having the dog food. I mean everybody's dog food once or twice in their life or not everybody well no not. Everybody knows no I mean no. I'm saying long says the dog me. But like I said everyone has but You gotta add flavors. Maybe Cook it in you. You know I don't know yeah and gravy you have your little dog. Kibbles Burger that. You can't kills so when you're eating impossible bird. I just know that Doug Gables this same stuff as dog food I may I may or may not have tried. Little Dog treat wants what I'm saying is delicious. Yummy it's fine. Yeah Okay all look like Bacon you know. How am I supposed to know? I'm in middle title school. Look like Bacon. Maybe maybe you tried that Nagin strips is. Oh that's what it was. Yeah I mean I mean the cartoon dog on the packaging wasn't a giveaway but no I wanted to try and it was nasty. It's gotta come on. That's gotta be like those are bad burritos. Okay when you mix it right yeah see. I'm ready breath. Bring me the dog treats like I said everyone's proudest moment. Okay the good thing is you're paying a lot of extra a lot more for for the dog. Food Burger than you are right a lot more ahead of the Kursk now. People go to Burger King for that right. That's great all right triple eight nine hundred. Thirty three ninety-three Linda Tennessee. Hi you're on the blaze. Hello Good Morning I Let me just say that I love Y'all show you people are so funny I love are at now You had a comment about joy. They Howard being expect Johnson Literature. I mean Congressman Johnson. Sign car right up at the top of the way. There's no doubt about that. Thanks late appreciate. That's one hundred percent facts. Good thing that we cleared that up because you know we got to. We've got to absolutely no the hierarchy of the the people right and joyless and Hank a right unless you're Stephen Missouri you're on the blaze. Hi Hi how's it going. Good Okay you're talking about the nineteen ninety nine version of Christmas Carol. Yeah that's the Patrick Stewart one Okay all right right yeah. That's not bad. Yeah but I I'm like you. I like to Georgia Scott wanted to wanted to make the list is scrooge with Albert Finney. I thought very good right. That was good. The music used to P.. ACN used to carry it and they have an offer two or three years now. I wonder if they probably lost the rights for sure. Yeah I don't know who has that anymore but you know everything's changing. As far as rights are concerned I who can play what that's changing rapidly. triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three we've gotten more on Trivia coming right up next saints colts there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field keeping watch over their flock by night. and Lo the angel the Lord came upon them the glorious Lord Chill wrong about them and they were sore afraid and the Angel said unto them fear not her behold Colibri new dining for great joy to all people for hunting. You is born this day in the city of David a savior Christ Lord Assigned to you you should find a way. Breath squadron does lying in a manger suddenly their age a multitude instituted the heavenly host praising God saying glory garden highest piece. That krish. Schmidt's Charlie Brown on the frozen Tundra of the human mind which country borders the United States to the north. Oh Wow that's a great answer. Exactly north though man two teams as infinitesimal intellect in a cloud of glory. The Ten commandments were carried down the mountain. By whom you don't know his name was Blaine Mental gladiators capable of taking reminder incline and turn it into an unscheduled summit. America claimed its independence from which country I don't know yeah. Yeah Dope versus dewitt. What territory did the United States purchase from France in the early eighteen hundreds New England duds versus doffed salt? What is socialism talk to the public? Thank you go. Moron versus Moron. What does USA Stanford Have Paso? It's the upstairs attic. You'RE GONNA pass. What does you as far epic battle? Serb nitwits if a show airs at six. PM Eastern time. What time is it in the Pacific Zone on my four five? This is not about football now. Iran China Jim James. This is more on Trivia. Good Morning America head Friday More on Trivia today. Here's our Moron on Trivia Commissioner Jeff Fisher to explain the rules. Well we're GONNA predict the outcome of an NFL game and that's what we do by playing this game. Today's game is The Annapolis let's call taking on the New Orleans Saints and we. We predict the outcome of the game by calling convenience stores in those teams local areas. And we do that Four Times four quarters. There's each team and the convenience stores that answers the most questions correctly we predict will win the game and we are seven and six of a season. And we're selling we're still hanging in there One of the NFC leagues we still be First Place Division divisions in the NFC. We'd still be to name name. Nfc Ah what are they both said. Well I think an eagles are six and seven to win that division. Wow that's some good ones. That are another about six hundred sixty six or seven redskins They still have a shot at three in a seriously. A may be mathematically quickly eliminated by now triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three so we await it contested Orleans so obvious to get US started today on more on. Trivial meantime got some tweets here from Jeffey screaming shirt buttons shirt. Buttons are screaming about. `Bout even understand that. I don't get that. I don't know what that is. And what trump wins. The popular elect the popular vote. How fast who'll liberals be calling for? The return of the electoral college dressed dog tweets planes trains and automobiles is at Thanksgiving movie. Come on man. Yeah that that. Listen on as one of the Christmas. It's not a Louis the holiday okay from Tricia Sanders. Wait what how. How is health not on that list? That's Christmas hairs. Heresy True Elsa great movie. I really like it Cara thirty twenty two. You've got mail. L. Was a remake of the shop around the corner. That's what we thought which starred the Great Jimmy Stewart. He really was to. Do you like Jimmy Story. Big Huge Fan huge fit again. Why are we France? Said I'm a huge fan for broader. Jeffey look fat. The Democrats were right. The social security is bad. So we'll all be eating dog poop. Yeah no kidding. That's right and so that impossible burger. We'll have US use to it by the time we're being convenient else. So that works out really nicely actually. triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three and PAT unleashed on twitter. The other day we had that we had that Video of the little pigeon walking around Chicago. Where were they vegas? No Las Vegas. That's that's right to vegas with little teeny cowboy hats on. Nobody knew how their hat on their head. How it stuck there because it was stuck there I know people were wow W. to was it a staple was it nailed to the top? I don't know there were some who said they didn't care on really. Yeah there were pigeons right and so it didn't really matter. They do a crap everywhere. I've heard people like that. It's just it's not. It's not kind. I'll say that no. I don't know who that was but wow So there's there seems to be a theory bike Mike South including in this building Tara who helps out with the show and other shows and does much at the blaze. She found some video on Mike Tyson. Mike Tyson apparently pigeon Guy Weird thing yeah he knows a lot about pigeons okay. Shared his Vegas Guy. He lives in Las Vegas. Oh Oh here's Here's my kid. Enrolling enrolling fitness in the words going in December the come Servia comfort with dice any style dive in their quick. And we call those pigeon area opinion. You're flying around on the sodas and call him. Fortunately some somersault forte. Is Bad. TASTIC can open up the air the Air County foot. Why no so? We had a fan Dan from Russia's said that he had pigeons wanted to give you. Yeah very dash country. They'd be making these. Yeah yeah so the greatest possible. Mike is putting the cowboy hats on right uh-huh or it's possible. He's the one that's pissed off about the people that are putting it is possible to be a big pigeon there and so if you were say a person who were to put the cowboy hat on with glue Mike would probably not be happy about it. Probably not and you don't want Mike Tyson not happy. I know that a guy still videos taken. But the guy's a beast I sure as he's still be he doesn't sound like a beat the paging they need to take the page in the in a year and then they do little cart. Wheeled Minute me heavyweight champion Mike Tyson Buster by few all your skull. Everyone has a plan to give to the face. Favorite line align over and so that video from two thousand fifteen speaking of just four years ago that guy boxing in the eighties and stuff like that Leon spinks your that fighting for his life. He's the hospital trauma them. I don't know what Jeff have. You heard I cared enough to look at the headlines and went on. Oh No that's sad but I did share enough to open the story to find out exactly what was wrong with. It just says a lot of medical problems and he's in hospitals so I apologize to Mike and I'm sorry that you're that you're sick and I don't want you to be sick but I didn't care enough to open the story okay. Wow I'm glad I leaned on you for that one my phone. I did shows us where you are we on spring so much. Why are are you calling Mike? I mean you don't even care about his life name. I mean what's the problem between you and Leon seriously we're nine minutes into the show we the hour. We still don't have anybody from New Orleans. Shut the city down. I don't know that's a city. That shutdown triple eight nine hundred thirty eighty three ninety three. Hopefully we'll get a contestant. Do Rely I do want to remind the the the callers that it is the Greater New Orleans. Yes Concludes Oklahoma. This was north. Florida used to stretch all the way to New Orleans wins as a matter of fact so keep that in mind Ami let me tell you this. The Louisiana purchase goes all the way to Montana all the way to Montana take Let's go to Stephanie. Now in New Orleans. Hey Stephanie. Stephanie Mills Lil Stephanie. This is Capri Louis. Wanted to say we don't want to talk to me. I'm glad it's you Capri Capri. We'd like to ask you for questions if you don't know the answer just gas and you can't ask anybody for help. Okay all right okay. Question Number One. What is is easy? You stand for you. Yes no we you don't know I don't worry about that for three three more anymore here for Ya okay. You want to be a big winner. You want to be a big winner three more questions that make you a winner here so everybody everybody knows it stands for extra ugly. Okay okay. So you'll know that next time like somebody would say you all right question ever to finish. H This quote by Rene Descartes. Not Her I think therefore I am. Okay yeah that's good all right question. Three what is why is the year seventeen. Seventy six important to Americans. Oh God don't feel stupid. Oh nobody. Nobody's gotten this question on this independence. Independence Day awesome nailed it. Nice job number four doing really well. who is Elizabeth Elizabeth Warren. No idea idea she. Second Julia's mother member. Second Julia et Help Lewis and Clark with the Louisiana purchase so her mom for like thirty years. Yeah the whole Capri Capri so so capri the next homely customer that walks through those doors. I want you to go man. You E- You right. That's how you use it the EU all right okay. All right we're going to send you the home version of James psychically are and I just did all right. Thanks a lot capri all all right all right after she didn't get EU. I thought there was no right. I think therefore I am still she nailed it and so we it's just a just a technicality just to make sure because we're going to get flags on all right amber her Indianapolis Hi. How are you doing great? Thanks for asking you just. Are you really concerned or you just making small talk. Hey I'm just a mm-hmm friendly yeah okay. Sure sure all right. WE'RE GONNA ask four questions if you don't know the answer you just take a guess and you can't ask anybody for help okay. All right question number one. What does he you stand for you? Hi Dad nobody's ever extended underwear under question. Ever to finish this quote by Rene Descartes. I think I think therefore I am I do yes. number three. Why is the year seventeen? Seventy six important portent to Americans That's the Declaration of Independence Declaration of independence. It's also the year. We signed a peace treaty with Outer Mongolia. And that was a big big day. Everybody everybody who is Elizabeth Warren Man. She's a hateful hateful woman hateful woman. Isn't she figure how close I want to give that it to you. I know that she is actually the new owner of the Washington redskins. All right. Well well You were fantastic. Congratulations what are you doing this weekend. I'm actually playing in Dr Tournament but yeah hopefully take a little bit of money Dr Tournament. That's really good luck. So you're big dark player I am very competitive very competitive competitive. Wow good all right. Have you ever WanNa Tournament. Oh Yeah I was on a team. USA This last year. Actually out in Vegas so oh wow. That's incredible translations. Do we have. Do we have a good team in the United States Good Dr Team I mean. Does it several different It depends on what what you're planning and that type of thing but yeah the women won and They hadn't won for a couple of years. Yeah I don't know about that. This is a serious question. Is there any chance that that might become dart throwing an Olympic sport or something. You know I wish it would. I think it could be it's very big overseas. You know and steel tip and that type of thing big in England and that type of thing. I think it'd be amazing to see something like that and the Olympics but probably a little bit off of that This wheel to weaken steel tip. I'm not offset. Oh that's It's pretty big actually. There's a lot of money and it's actually pretty big in the Indianapolis area. So we like steel steel tip because they use his face as the board Darts right so you prefer the steel tip or the software like what's the difference really have a preference. I guess it just Kinda depends on what region of the country. You're in a still bigger and and like the east coast or the South south southern part of the country It's it's here and there in Indianapolis Annapolis but it Kinda just carries there's a very big Plastic tip crowd here and there's a lot of money that floats around in that. Yeah all right well. Good luck this weekend. Then all right thanks. That's a little more about Dark tournaments that I ever wanted to know probably not. That's good that's that's good stuff. Triple eight nine hundred thirty. Three Ninety three we are at three to just acquittals over the same technical thing here through the due to to to she. She didn't get that one right. I know she got seventeen. Seventy six. She got a car. I can't count you know math but the first girl who said Seventeen seventy six just on. I don't care. She said the question is why is the year seventeen seventy seventy-six important to Americans. What was your answer? Independence Day we celebrate independence. All right I don't care I'm just making sure because the flags are coming coming. Let them come. Thank you for participating. Happy to hear about a quarter number. Two right AH grape. Unleash into the second quarter saints about. Get the ball home team for the second quarter of more on Trivia two two two right now as we get into the second quarter citing first-quarter. Yeah now there is some controversy over the seven year the why the year seventeen seventy thirty six is important. She the first dollar said something about celebrating Independence Day Independence Day was what it was to get anywhere anywhere near it. I mean please. We Got Stephanie in New Orleans Stephanie. Hi Hi how are you finding yourself on. I'm great couldn't be any better. Perfect really Are you a Saints Fan. Yes yes anybody anybody in particular killer on the team you like no matter what I feel like the whole team and number two pick any one person. Yeah what do you think that number seven guy you know the Swiss army knife versus you know what I'm talking about. Yeah I don't either but you will all right. We're GONNA ask you for questions if you don't know the answer. I guess you can ask anybody for help. Okay okay all right here we go question number one. How many quarters are in a football game? Four is exactly right number. Two brexit exit is primarily an issue for voters in what country don't know don't know. Brexit Alexia the country of Brexit. Oh Yeah Yeah. They're good at the Olympics right Yeah they were third last time question number three. Who is Columbus Ohio? Ohio named in honor of Dono donating that Bob Ohio. Who you really Bob Ohio Ohio? What did he what did he do was famous for? Founding Columbus Ohio was the first guy who's the first guy changed Kebab right forever Daba because remember Robert the Bruce still he wasn't Bob Bruce. Yeah he was Robert the Bruce all right question number four. Justin Trudeau is a prolific black-faced artist. But what else does easy famous for Justin Trudeau US Senate who name as because he's a really famous mime friends. Yeah but you were really close. Really close a lot of lot of senators our minds all right Great Stephanie. Stephanie were fantastic. We couldn't be happy and because of that we're going to send you the home game psychically and I just did all all right. Give us these Games will be looking for number seven this weekend. Okay you got the Swiss army knife. Okay okay okay. Good right yeah. That was good. Great the Bruce Bob. Ohio doesn't in have the same ring to it as Columbus Ohio. I will say that really. Yeah yeah that's why he wasn't. It'd be Columbus. Oh Bob would've been stupid right only. Oh yeah see I just wonder if then go and talk to their friends later in Columbus Ohio. It was named after a guy named ball. I didn't know that Stephanie get back to work. That's rough. I don't know I hope that happened. I hope to I mean we're there anyway. We're at the destruction anyway. We might as well just give it a little pretty sure. That's what we're doing what we're doing aright triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. We have the colts Sony to go in the A second quarter. It's three two saints correct. Dang three two and the colts haven't had the ball yet so This is 'cause I I mean. Is there a chance that the saints lose two in a row like that. I don't know we'll see I guess you just don't question more Trivia. Go at home to seven all right. Oh I do okay only the take care of this. Then let me tell you about real estate agents. I trust because if you're looking to sell your home you want somebody who really knows your market if you just go ahead and price your home on your own or go with the realtor. Who doesn't know what they're doing? And you know you price it too high. It's not going to sell and it'll just sit there and then you got to lower the price over and over and over again people start wondering what's wrong with that and then you don't sell it and so you don't need any of that. Go somebody who knows the market can help you price your home in a way that it sells for the most money and in a timely fashion so the object of selling here putting her house up for sale is South L.. It Yeah Okay and quickly and quickly. Yeah you don't want to sit there for a year because has your more or more Glenn's Housing Connecticut was there for what eighteen years of the felt like it was there for a teaser for a long time and they lost. I A lot of money on it. You don't want to have that happen to you. So that's why we've got agents who have great track records who really know your market they They have great marketing plans. They're not just going to tell you to have open houses over and over and over so you can keep your house immaculate and then leave it for the weekend and let people trump through it. The whole weekend You might have an open house but it's not going to be the only marketing plan. They have so go with the with these people who have a high sense sense of urgency and who are all by the way fans of the show so you could also have a lot in common with them real estate agency trust DOT com. Go there. We'll introduce you due to the best agent in your area real estate agents I trust DOT com. So okay here we are at the end of the No. We're the middle of the second quarter call. It's about to get the ball three to two saints man I know Saint Teetering on the edge of disaster. Stir here so hopefully. We'll get somebody from India next and finish up more Andrea next gray unleashed triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety-three three also at pat unleashed on twitter. we're in the second quarter cults about to get the ball. Things already had it. It's is three two second quarter in more on Trivia we do. I think we've got a couple of flags on the field on twitter and they were basically. Because does we talked about the year. Seventeen seventy six the year of so. Why is the year seventeen? Seventy six important to Americans and I think the first person the one points in New Orleans said something like Independence Day does Independence Day. Okay if they get anywhere if they say the word independent news I mean. We're not talking to rocket science since rocket scientists here or brain surgeons talking. I mean we're not so they get close to talk. Yeah we they know what we're talking about giving the point to Elizabeth Warren Bien a hateful. What was it off and I I was ready to want to give her the plot? Want to give them the head Eh but then she went on saying speaker of the House was obviously let me give her point because she was obviously Right there were tempted but no we. You may have a meeting if we have we tie at the end of the hour then yes poor time. Maybe whether delayed issue the HAPPE- apple point that'd be a half a point. That's out there for Indianapolis is that right was that was it an amber amber. Yes yes keep that in. Mind that in our back pocket. All right we'll good there. We go then okay. So we're waiting for a contestant in Indianapolis usually we don't have a hard time in the mid West while we though was cities but It's been a little slow. Triple eight nine hundred thirty. Three Ninety Three by the way we talked about they being webster dictionary's word of the year because the searches riches for the word they spiked three hundred and fifteen percent last year do know that quid pro quo spiked six hundred forty four percent went. That wasn't the word of the year that's why they went to bribery Rep. Nobody knew what the hell yes it but you know what we need is. We need a fundraiser. A charity for people who are called by the wrong pronoun because it is so sad when people say him or her instead of they are them or theirs or ours. I mean that is. It's it's tragic we need. I don't know like Sally struthers to be on this case. I'm Sally struthers For less than the cost of the blue whale in butter sauce. I just hey you could fund to cry room safe space for someone who is just experienced the crushing blow cold by the wrong pronoun. I just saw alive. Yeah yes I just saw her looking up to see us in a movie. I think it was in fact I said to everybody but nobody knew was is talking about it. Might my millennial. Children are all who who. I'm sorry what others while she sighs struthers and they're like I don't know what's what's the Sally struthers seventy two now but she's alive yes she is not that that's good edited the IMDB to see where you're watching. Because I can't remember what it was but it was a stupid Christmas. It was either a hallmark Christmas movie or something on Disney. I can't remember what it was. Just we're watching that Disney plus all the time speaking of Disney plus kind of thing. Okay after the Manda Laurean and after they've got the engineer what are they got nothing Family and I started watching the Jeff Goldblum show. Oh Oh you did yeah. That's kind of fun. Where he the first episode was just like the history of why sneakers are so expensive and all this stuff like the history and anyway? It's isn't that goofy Goldblum stuff. Yeah he's being goofy self. Might be fun wasn't bad. Yeah I'll try it so she's been busy okay. She's been busy. She's got like three things going from two thousand nineteen but you're referring to is two thousand eighteen Christmas harmony it was. It gives us a review man. We want to know about it. was there a big wailing in butter sauce. A big blue quail and butter sauce because a blue whale is so largest animal to ever existed on this planet all malls calms my hunger You're preferably will surely if you cook it in a butter and cream sauce in the oven like how do you get it to just jam. It has to be a really big goodness. That's a recipe. Maybe one day. We'll do the you know. We'll do for social media wwl butter sauce recipe. Boy Matthew horder blue whale so tell me what the other projects she did were. Oh she's got some movies coming up in the already. Bypassed went into Christmas harm. Sorry just got Friendly neighborhood Coven heaven. which was a short from this year? That's weird at a TV series short again just a a summer camp and that's voices and she's in a TV maybe so called insecurity but she's still she's still work at seventy two. That's great steelworker. Her by Golly Save the children and I I won't hear somebody tells me that is not good for you. I'm not hearing no I well. I don't care I don't care. They're endangered shut up. You just went. I was surprised to find. I just found this out. In one of those nature shows that The Blue L. is the largest breathing thing to ever exist including dinosaurs including Jeffey. Or are we including Jeffey that measured just clarification man. Sorry I mean obviously that's giving it's not bigger than Jeffey come on surprise maybe smaller blaze TV but this room is actually worth the middle of arena. It's hard get this and just to give you an idea of how large a large Jeffy is the blue innocence. Not Bigger than Jeffy. The blue whales heart is the size of a Volkswagen again. It's some of its veins are so big. You could swim down them. Oh man that's how big this thing is that tail hale weighs more than seven forty seven aircraft. I mean we're GonNa get blue whale facts. Nowhere is rush. Tell you that no oh no. He's not not today. The tail weighs more than a seven. Forty seven yeah. I mean that's a lot of good. That's right uh-huh and Jeffrey Lord here. Those are unhealthy. Nice so we get somebody in Indianapolis triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Also while we're waiting let's show you this of some of the journalists Of taking photos look at this of Republicans work their notes during a lunch break and pitch. Yeah pitch is a cameraman. See that that's a can't why isn't somebody Costa's guys in. Hey get that doing that seriously. Look Ah guys watching for him and I can't blame him. I can't blame them for doing Capitol Hill police in the shot up top. They're cleaning Lina. Camera just click the camera shot. Are you for real bad. Get out well so there you go. There's our democracy right right there. The one that's holding everybody. Everybody accountable right there. That when the fourth the fourth estate or the state thank you the fourth is stay right there. ooh people all right. Let's do wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait. You're about to do what I'm about to do. A commercial okay and then by Gum. I want somebody who Indianapolis greater if the Annapolis Liz area. Which of course includes the entire continental United States? Somebody called peyton manning. I'm sure we have the number. I mean He. He's probably up there right. He's not doing anything if you're in pain and I might have just the solution for you. And I know you've been hearing about this for a long time. And I think we got the relief factor people coming to Texas like is it next week. So they'll be showing you How they feel about them in some of their clients and it's just so good because it's helped so many people with With getting out of pain rain this was created by doctors Who put four key ingredients that each help? Your body fight against inflammation and that's why win because when you come down the inflammation. The pain normally is going to go away. If it's inflammation based obviously this is one hundred percent drug free and if if you're not really sure about it just start with the three week quickstart try it. It's nineteen ninety-five for three weeks. And most of the people seventy percent in fact act who ordered the three week start go on to order. More Keith has been using it for how long now Keith Blow my goodness years right. Five six years. Yeah all that long while at every day and every time he has to go off of it due to surgery or whatever. He's always having something done because as a Klutz and A really accident prone can't argue with any fact that gave us. And so sometimes you gotta go off your anti-inflammatories when he does what happens. My Lane curtain the weird leg leg pain right back time to get back to the early factor. And then he takes it and it's gone seriously just like clockwork. If you WANNA drugfree way drugfree natural literal way to ease your pain and get your life back. It's relieffactor dot com wait. Pat Gray unleashed. Haven't even seen. It's a wonderful life yet this year. Wow what's your problem. I don't know something something problem. Well does he was too many Christmas Harvey by the way according to this This Christmas bowl. I'm trying to see who did this. Half the respondents respondent Yeah I don't I don't know I don't know who did this. Survey they just somebody. Somebody survey two thousand Americans which is a pretty. That's pretty it's a pretty good amount of people. Yeah and it's a wonderful wonderful life was only third on the list. Which is flawed? This is a Christmas story. They'll Christmas story really does on almost every poll show up number. One people love it. I just don't yeah and I guess I'm not a person I know I don't know I just are. Do you love it Keith. Yeah absolutely wonderful story no no. I'm sorry Nope I just think it's got some good moments moments. Six Ball okay. Is Doug stock that mustard but from start to finish does not hold for me and I can't believe stew as it back here railing against us because he loves he loves it number four planes trains and automobiles as has has been pointed out Thanksgiving movie holiday. It's fun to watch home. Alone is just a bad parent movie. It's not Christmas movie It's like a like a CPS movie it's a movie that that should be shown by CPS on a regular basis. Here's what you don't want to do as parents okay or we'll take your kids from from you. Here's what you do you go to Paris without your child and you leave him home alone to fend off to stink. Garvey other kids Ed's then we're GonNa take your kid from you but I mean you know what though it's kind of like a life lesson right in. He learned how to be self sufficient efficient and in independently and MacAulay caulkins been pretty independent. Ever since as well as that What rarely takes the list Is the Christmas twist our very own and that is a shame it is that is bubbling. Just under number twenty one and it was pointed out on chewing the fat which you can necessarily for free by going to the blaze dot com slash podcast and click onto the fat Is that what we should do. Next is the Biden family. Christmas Christmas especially since hunters We're GONNA find out how much money hunter was making from burroughs. macos the baseball. Yeah maybe Mama was taking them to court and they're looking for cash where the Senate Republicans can't take the reins on going after hunter by looking for cash. The the judge is like I wanna see I wanNA see financial records. I love it I love it. We have the photo of the two of them. There This side by side. I don't think we have that but I guess she's an ex stripper stripper. Yes he worked in DC. That's where that's where they They met quite the Arkansas. He's attractive. I know yeah she is. She is and she's suing for child. Support needs him to reveal. I think the last five years zone that would include the Ukrainian gas company but he stuff that would be awesome. The amount that London Alexis Roberts is asking Biden to acknowledge. He reaped at the energy firm is redacted in the forty seven point request for admissions from lawyers but reports have said that Biden was paid. You know way more than fifty thousand a month ivory one hundred and fifty thousand a month. He was paid in millions. If it's fifty thousand that's the only only six hundred thousand in a year but the bottom line more than that. That kids are GonNa be living in luxury very soon. Yeah she's asking you know. She child support she wants. She wants all the legal the bills security to like the security from secret service. You gotta be kidding. So she's asking for just say. Hey Sam Grandpa the front runner to be vice president and Standing outside of Strip clubs in. Is that how what's happening or are we going to do this. They don't have strip clubs in Arkansas. Aw I don't think that's true. Yes never been challenged geographical locations of Strip club. I should just says she doesn't want to work at the Strip. She's hoping she won't have to work. That's correct and and hunter can make that a reality for so so that'd be great. All right is there any chance. What are we doing is or call being made? It's like yeah galls. INDIANAPOLIS IN IN INDIANA. I'm pretty sure calls are being paid is. Is this thing on actions. Hello is this thing on. Okay Eh. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three while we wait for somebody in Indianapolis. Maybe we can show you exactly what you shouldn't be doing at a gas station This is pretty amazing. Somebody shows up at a gas station and they did double bag. We'll show you that in just a second. We've got Levy Levy in Indianapolis Halabi. Hi Are you a Indianapolis Colts Fan. No me neither me neither man. I just don't care about my game. My game is cricket. What you're yeah okay? We're GONNA ask you four quick questions. If you don't know the answer. Just take a guess. And he's gone and we lost. Oh No oh shanks type for tits yet. Yeah I got a visit to it. Just get to business to business. All right we've got to show you this person getting gas in a bag like a plastic BA- looked at in a plastic double bagged. Well no well. There's no single go back yeah. He's a single bag. Put it in. Yeah she she ties it ties it. There's no way that gas is getting out of there. Goes back to trunk. It's unreal trunk straighten out the trunk and getting another bag. Yes now we're doubling our thing. Okay all right yeah. Safety First Safety I write this is happening. That is on spilled some spilled out your double gas at a bank. She knows she's double bag. Put it in the trunk Outta here. How this double bag out of here? Okay just just for the record that will eat through that plastic in no time flat grabbing a third back while she wants to sit on the third. She's opening the third bag. So the double bag of gas sits of the third again safety first safety conscious and that and then when that bag does get online. I don't mind that gasoline that trucks never gonNA smell gasoline ever is rarely. I WANNA follow up. I want to know what happened the rest of writing to I want to know as soon as she went to block. was there any gas left in that bag. No way home on the person. Follow her to to find Out like what what what does this do. I got to know the rest of the story. And now you know the rest of the story major explosion interesting. I mean what a hazard that is environmentally to her health. Well fire danger definitely fired. Uh she had to transfer to get somebody that ran out of gas or whatever then go inside the kroger right. There's a little probably shop there. Go by the biggest container Hainer of you know a a two liter coke or something like that. I don't know any of those still are They're not. They're not the best way to go there. Better better than a free bottle is not an approved contain. I got it. But you're the grocery bag when compared I think that Liter bottle would be way you better. I mean any trunk then go go buy one and dump the dump the go inside to them what you're up against and they might have won the loan you crazy. She's out of gas station. You don't have a gas cannon. They're novell Terrell. Oh Hey Terrell. Hey we're GONNA ask you for questions if you don't know the answer. Just take a guess and you can't ask for help okay. All right all right question number one. How many quarters Certif- football game or four? Exactly right yeah. It's shortened from seventeen that they used to have that was clear back in the old. The one thousand nine hundred eighty s brexit is primarily an issue for voters in what country. Great Britain Whoa Nice Job. All right. WHO question number three? Who is Columbus? Ohio named in honor of prefer Columbus Columbus and question number four. Justin Trudeau is a prolific black back face artists. But what else is famous. For Justin to DRO-. He said the Prime Minister of Canada. A hey you got an A.. US correct Johnny. He's clean sweep right there. Yeah I know but Tyrrell's getting help all is. Are you getting help. Toronto helping you guys. I know what this is no away second week. Everybody what really I would do is I am so Japan. I don't even know what to do right. Wow that is amazing. I this never happened into last week announced announced two weeks in a row. That's amazing I can't wait. I can't wait. I can't tell everybody. All right thanks a lot. Terrell the band and you still had helped though emailed though I hear everybody else heard the help that he got back there. Yeah Great Britain Britain was set out loud and the guy at the ingalls. I can't hear the question. The other guy on it maybe two of them are legit. Like the four quarters thing. I don't want to give partial credit in Columbus Ohio even if only two are legit that's still new throughout the whole quarter then or are you still going to give him credit kid asks for help we tell them the can ask for help. But what is the penalty for that. They don't get the question okay. So they don't get. You might have gotten to. This is a controversial ending here. What's the score? Because it was three to two saints coaches technically four may two they have the half point in our back pocket. We give them the two. You guys don't make some four to three win. Yeah Okay and if you give him the half point they still. We're still in a four and a half two and a half to three your final score under protests here but I mean that's Terrell to be happy about being participation. I mean how shameful is that you know who who we are yet. You have to have help to answer these questions. What does that say about you man and again? He said that he wasn't going to help now. It's possible it's possible. Able since he knew who he who we were that the other person they were listening right so the person was just saying it but Terrell already knew it you give if you give terrell the benefit of the doubt out as a as a blazed this is where I got shot right you gotta give them the benefit of doubt that he knew it and the other his other CO worker with listing as well L. an answering as well so he wasn't getting help they were just both answering the question either way coal twit we got there. 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Ep. 614 - The Dying Wish Doctrine

The Michael Knowles Show

50:21 min | 7 months ago

Ep. 614 - The Dying Wish Doctrine

"The Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG has died at the age of eighty seven but according to several highly reputable sources in the mainstream media. The late justice has never felt better and fully intends to finish out the courts term. If you thought twenty twenty had reached peak madness buckle up a Michael knows this the Michael Null show. Welcome back to the show biggest. That could possibly happened just about in the two thousand, twenty election cycle has happened Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG has died. You know the mainstream media have been saying now for years and years after this woman is battled all sorts of cancers and she was obviously up there in age they keep saying, oh, she's doing great. She's fine. Not a worry at all but but of course, they they can't continue to keep making that protest station and. Ruth Bader Ginsburg is gone to her eternal rest and we have gone to our eternal unrest in the madness that will follow. We will get into all of the many lies being told right now about what this means for the court what this means for the election cycle I my favorite comment from Thursday this is from gs on Youtube. I don't think China is who Hollywood has sold its soul to. That's true. That's true. It's not just China China's a sort of stand in there is also a moral and a philosophical dimension here as well, and you see that actually that same sort of thing at play in the Supreme Court. RPG. Is Gone and the Democrats are threatening civil war this from. Bo Willerman. He's some show business blue check. He says quote we're shutting this country down if trump McConnell tried to ram through an appointment before the election well jokes on you Bo you already shut this country down. You shut it down six months ago over the China virus and really just because orange man is bad and you you guys all thought that by shutting. Down the country and driving everybody crazy and crashing the economy, you'd have a better chance of winning the election. So now now that you WanNa, do it over a court vacancy you can't because you've already done it former CNN host and noted Cannibal, Reza Aslam tweets out. If they even try to replace our BG, we burn the entire ethic thing down. Once again Mr. s land jokes on you. You've already been burning the country down for six months. Listen to this madness if they try to fill court vacancy. If, they tried to do one of the basic functions of government that the constitution tells the president in the Senate to do. They will burn the country down. Well, of course, they're willing to burn the country down over anything. They're willing to burn the country down over justified use of police force. They're willing to burn the country down over the election of Republican president they're willing to burn the country. Over just about anything many others are threatening islands. That's a bad reaction to justice GINSBERG's death. How about a decent reaction for that, we turn to president trump was giving a rally when the justice passed away when the news broke and so he was asked he was sort of told of this news for the first time by a a reporter ever wrote is a little nervous. You know sometimes president trump can speak off the cuff then it gets a little. IMPOLITIC but I have to tell you he handled this beautifully. died. while. Back. I. Didn't know that. Be the first. Time. Let amazing like. What else could you say? She was an amazing woman. Agreed or not she was an amazing woman. An amazing. As, we said. Thank you very. Loud. Perfect response from the president of the United States. The fact that you had Elton John Playing in the background after this rally just makes it all the more cinematic who Miklos and he's deer gives us very empathetic early sympathetic response. So that was great. How should the rest of US react? I was actually doing a radio interview when this news broke. So I didn't have any time to think of it either and I was asked breaking news the justices died What's your take? I reactions we should pray for justice. Ginsburg in Seoul. We should pray that she gets to go see her old buddy Nino Scalia. Again, don't forget Antonin Scalia who we all love her his best friend on the court was Ruth Ginsburg, and so we should pray for her because now she's gone and hopefully she gets to see her buddy again I don't think we need to sugarcoat this I've seen some conservatives come out and say, Oh wow, we all need to be like. She was notorious shows was so wonderful. She was you don't. You don't need to say that she stood for very bad things on the court and we don't need to pretend that all of a sudden we agree with those things. She she certainly lasted a long time and she she certainly had some good opinions and she had as a matter of judicial opinions mostly bad opinions but but you know she's still a human being we should pray for her when she dies. Some people are saying, this is a tragedy. That, it's a tragedy that Ginsberg has dot. It's not a tragedy when a woman dies at the age of eighty seven having accomplished everything in her life that she wanted to accomplish. That's not a track. It's a tragedy when a little kid gets a an illness and dies it's not a tragedy when someone lives their natural life and has a life they're happy about. Really the only tragedy that really Ginsburg is that the Democrats were so hell bent on killing babies that they wouldn't let this poor woman retire. That's the tragedy. This woman didn't get two seconds of retirement because. The Democrats. Were so intent on keeping one very bad court decision Roe versus wade in play here. It shows you how weak that Roe v Wade decision it's because that's what all of this is about. The whole thing is about is roe versus Wade which nineteen seventy-three invented the fictional constitutional right to kill a baby in his mother's womb. And because there's obviously no constitutional basis for that, right? Whatsoever. The courts have become hyper politicized. This isn't about any other issues. OBAMACARE redefining marriage even really intense issues no those aren't threatened at all by these courts. It's just roe versus Wade when Democrats are threatening to burn down the country right now S. Land and Bow Willerman and all these people. They're threatening to burn it down if the right to kill a baby in his mother's womb is ever even remotely threatened. Consider. It's amazing. That's an amazing fact. That shows you. That Sometimes. Bad ideas drive people mad or maybe spiritual things. Right people mad and leads them to bad ideas. So it's not tragic ruth, Ginsburg died but it is still sad and we should still pray for her I haven't seen some other people now come out and say we who cares about Ruth Ginsburg? No, we should care because in the words of John Done any man's death diminishes me because I am a part of mankind, right? So Never, send for whom the bell tolls for me. Pray it's a nice thing to do. And we should move on now and look at the political realities of this court. We'd been told. That Ruth Ginsburg's dying wish was that no conservative gets to replace her. Dying. Wish well. I'm I'd like to grant people's dying wish but that's one I don't think we can't. We'll get to that in one second I though gotTa our friends over at rock auto. You know I never want to go to the car parts store mostly because I don't know anything about car parts. I don't know very much about cars and these guys always know they can scan me. 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S. in there how did you hear about US box so That they know that we sent you you know daily whereas moving to the heartland pretty soon I'm going to have to start learning how to work on cars so that I can be a proper true. American. Man Guess where I'm going to go first place when I'm working on my cars rock auto dot com right in also they know we sent you According to many Denver I don't even know if this is true. report RPG rather has been so. Exploited particularly in her latter years by the left that we don't even really know if this is true or not. But we're told her dying wish. Is that trump not replace her? I don't know I. Guess She has some inside knowledge here delivers that final message. Be Very last dying wish. Of Our BG was that her vacancy not be filled until the new president takes office in January. That was her dying wish tonight Mitch McConnell. Publicly. The night that she the night of her passing, he couldn't wait twenty four hours issued a statement saying. That he was going to give trump of oh in violation of of her dying wish. People can say how appalling people could say this is horrible et Cetera but we know who this man is. We know who this man is. This is a man who does not care about a dying woman's final. Wish clearly. Hashtag me too. I do not care about this dying. Wish I certainly I certainly do not care that. This justice who I'll take at his word maybe she was a very nice lady but she was hyper hyper partisan and I don't care that. She allegedly said this very partisan thing at the end of her life. I tell you what I heard. Here's what I heard, and who knows if it's I just heard it that Antony Scalia is dying wish was that Roe versus Wade be overturned. So, are you really going to deny the man his dying wish? Look it's his dying wish he said it it's in the constitution. It's right there in one of the numbers in the nation's the dying wish doctrine that if someone on the court wants anything at the end of their life, you have to give it to them. So that's I'm pretty sure. It's also Scalia said that the Treasury should give me at least four to ten million dollars I I heard it from somebody said it, and you know it's in the numbers. So anyway, give me give me my money not our constitution works up. There is lots of confusion about how our Constitution works. Even some Republicans like Mitt Romney or Lisa Murkowski or Susan Collins now want to honor our BG's wish and not confirm a judge. I will take you through a a whirlwind. That will take you through all of the ridiculous and dishonest arguments going on right now about whether or not we should fill the court seat. Just to give you the top line, you should we fill the vacancy? Yes. Of course, we should fill the vacancy. This is going to be a very bad faith fight with a lot of bad faith arguments including from some people on the right. In the midst of all this political posturing everybody is missing the point. So the first argument is the first. Point that the Democrats are making Bill Clinton just made it the other day it's that Mitch McConnell would be a hypocrite to fill the seat in an election year after he refused to fill Antony Scalia seat with Obama's appointee during twenty sixteen. We're really close to the election. and. Let's remember the. Example Abraham, Lincoln, soot, and let's Remember the commitments in the comments Mitch. McConnell made. I think it would be good for senator. McConnell. To make him feel better when he gets up in the morning. If he It'd be. For that he wasn't being a hypocrite at the time. And he just stuck with this physician. And I think all the other Republicans could should be asked to do the same. But. You know you can't. Keep a democracy if there's one set of rules for one group and another set for everybody else. You heard it from old bubba himself who definitely would never play by a different set of rules than his political opponents right now, Bill Clinton you kidding me the Clinton's youth. They could never be hypocritical but that's the that's the point they're making. I don't even come not even gonNA. Get into the Clintons today. They're making Mitch McConnell's as because he wouldn't. He wouldn't feel the seat in two thousand sixteen, but he wants to fill it now. Well, okay. What did Mitch McConnell say what precisely is the McConnell rule from twenty? Sixteen? It's campaign season. We're right in the middle of it. More. Than Eighty Years Since Supreme Court vacancy arose and was filled. In a presidential election year. Will Not be hearings or votes. The next president, whoever that may be is going to be the person who chooses the next court justice. Boom. He's a hypocrite. He's a hypocrite, right? Yes to because he wouldn't feel the season two, thousand sixteen, but he wants to fill it. Now that's the McConnell rule except is that the eternal McConnell rule that you can't ever fill a court seat during an election year or was that a real specific to that time? Well, it gets a little more complicated because at the time in two thousand, sixteen, Democrats were lambasting McConnell for not filling that seat accepted you know where McConnell? got that rule from he got their role from Joe Biden, the current Democratic nominee. We'll get to that one second. I got to thank our friends over at lifelock. It's very, very important to understand how cybercrime and identity theft can affect your lives. You don't WanNa get hacked. You don't want to feel dumb because you didn't take the precautions you could at the time but I know we think that no one's coming after our data we think nobody's coming after us on the Internet. They are every day. 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So then by their logic shouldn't shouldn't be excited that we're going to fill the seat now while I don't know because the McConnell relax she comes from the Biden rule which was given back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two where Joe Biden said absolutely not under no circumstances should the president put forth nominee now why did he say that because there was a republican president who be picking the nominee? It is my view. that. Deficit Court justice resigns tomorrow or within the next several weeks. Or resigns at the end of the summer. President Bush should consider following the practice of a majority of his predecessors and not and not name a nominee until after the November election is completed. The Senate to Mr President. Must consider how it would respond to a Supreme Court vacancy that would occur in the full throes of an election year. It is my view. That if the president goes the way of presidents, fill more and Johnson. And presses in election year nomination. The Senate Judiciary Committee should seriously consider not scheduling confirmation hearings on the nomination until ever until after the political campaign season is over. Okay. Now, this is getting really complicated because it turns out that that McConnell rule in two thousand sixteen that the Democrats were so upset about it was actually invented by Joe Biden who's the guy that they just picked to be their nominee for president this year. So to put it into perspective, you've got on the side of do not appoint a judge. Nominee in an election year, you've got Biden in ninety two and McConnell in two, thousand sixteen, and then on the side of point a judge in an election year, you've got McConnell and twenty twenty, but it gets even more complicated than that because it turns out the Joe Biden after two thousand Sixteen Joe Biden in a twenty twenty is four confirming a judge in an election year here is here's Joe Not Joe Biden Twenty Twenty Joe. Biden's changed his tune again, but this is now. Joe Biden. Not, in Nineteen ninety-two after the Garland fiasco saying yes. They should have confirmed the judge. I made it absolutely clear that I would go forward with the confirmation progress processes chairman. Even, a few months before presidential election. If the nominee were chosen with the advice and not merely the consent. Of the, Senate. Just as the constitution requires. Just as the constitution requires, president can put forth a nominee. Them. So I'm sorry to keep you spinning in a whirlwind of changing opinions by ninety two. Don't put a judge on the court Biden. Twenty sixteen two thousand seventeen yes. Put a judge on the court McConnell back in two thousand sixteen do not put the judge and the court McConnell Twenty twenty put the judge on the Court Democrats now saying absolutely you cannot put the judge on the court in the election year Democrats in two, thousand, sixteen all of the top Democrats in two thousand sixteen you must put the judge on the court the American people deserve a fully staffed court of nine president nominates and the Senate advises and consents or not, but they go forward with the process we're seeing here and hope this is temporary disrespect for the Constitution, the constitution is one hundred percent clear. The president of the United States has the right to nominate someone to be a justice of the supreme. Court Senate's function is the hold hearings and to vote the blockade on filling a naturally occurring vacancy in my view is harmful to the independence of the article three branch. You cannot keep a seat on the supreme. Court with represents all of you cannot keep it vacant against the Constitution to pretty much everything they can to avoid acknowledging the legitimacy of our democratically elected president. The American people expect the president's nominee to be given a fair hearing and a timely Joe. Every. Day that goes by without a ninth justices another day the America's People's business is not getting done. Oh, I. Love That symphony I love that symphony. 'cause you have every top Democrat in two thousand sixteen making the opposite argument than they are making right now and sure maybe McConnell's doing that a little bit to Joe Biden's done it multiple times totally swinging from side to side. Does this mean that they're hypocrites. No, it means very funny means. They're very funny people and it means that some of them are unserious people, but it does not actually mean that they're hypocrites. At least McConnell's not a hypocrite the people to make the eternal arguments universal. Here's the rule for all time. There's a little hypocrisy there, but the people making the argument. No. In this election year, we shouldn't put up a judge in this election year maybe we should put up a judge. That's not hypocritical. That is about power. This is a very simple issue. The constitution says that the president has the right to put forward a judge nominee. The Senate has the right to advise and consent to worry checked that nominee and then when they consent to it, the judge is put on the court. Very simple. There is nothing complicated about that. There's nothing controversial about that. Anybody who is trying to tell you that this is complicated or controversial is deceiving you deceiving themselves. So what changes? What changes is power? Right now. We have a Republican president and a Republican Senate. So we can probably maybe except the Republicans are so useless, but we can maybe get a judge nominee through. Good Twenty sixteen. You had a Democrat president, a Republican Senate. They weren't going to get a judge nominee through. Right, that's power. That's how it works. There's nothing hypocritical about elected politicians using the power entrusted in them by the people according to the constitution nothing hypocritical at all. All about power what kind of funny coincidence here, which is that this brutal confirmation process for the Supreme Court was very modern thing and it is in part Joe Biden's legacy. It's Ted Kennedy and Joe Biden, Joe Biden with Clarence Thomas Ted, Kennedy with Judge Bork and it's all about Roe v Wade. It's all about abortion. This started when conservative Judge Bork was being put up for the court in the nineteen eighties and Kennedy used in particular the issue of abortion to demagogue the issue. It, Robert, bork's America. There is no room at the end for blacks. And no place in the Constitution for women. And in our America there should be no seat on the Supreme Court for Robert Bork. Mister Borges has been equally extreme in his opposition to the right to privacy. In an article in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy one he said in effect that a husband and wife. Have No greater right to privacy under the constitution then a smokestack has to pollute the air. This was president and Supreme Court nominations where you have this this murderer Ted Kennedy. Unbelievable unbelievable right that Ted Kennedy this womanising drunk killer of his mistress comes out and calls a judge Bork absolutely upright man some sort of a sexist. That's a beautiful thing that it's so hilarious. It's so outrageous that. It strains credulity it calls a racist to, of course, you're gonNA call them all these things and shoots down the nomination of a qualified guy. These judges used to sail through they'd be confirmed unanimously. But because in particular, the issue of Roe v Wade was decided on such preposterous constitutional grounds. They now need to have their own hyper partisans. In the mold of Briar or Ginsburg or any of these other people to be put on the bench to protect that fictional right And they do it and they instead of work we got Kennedy Kennedy became a liberal and through our jurisprudence into absolute madness. Biden tried to do this to Clarence Thomas when when he was nominated by h w Bush, he tried to do it to Thomas Fortunately. Thomas was a bit quick around his feet. He was a little more clever totally shut it down. Committee will please come to order. Judge. Tough Day, and tough night for you. I know. Let me. Ask Do you have anything you'd like to say before we began this circus. So national disgrace. And from my standpoint. As a black American as far as I'm concerned, it is a high tech lynching for uppity blacks. Who in any way Deign to think for themselves? To do for themselves. To have different ideas and it is a message. that. Unless you kowtow to an old order. This is what will happen to you. You will be lynched destroyed caricatured. By a committee of the US US Senate rather than hung from a tree. In that particular clip you can see it in others the minute the Clarence Thomas Rings. This point up. The High Tech Lynching Point Joe Biden during his head goes right down and goes off shoot. We're the only ones who were supposed to play the race card. The Race Cards for Democrats Republicans can't play the race card I. Darn guests. We're GONNA have to let this guy through It's it's a beautiful. You should watch the entire statement but. Clarence Thomas Gibbs. But that point, there was this a high tech lynching for uppity blacks who anyway to think for themselves. And they'll be lynched by committee of the Senate rather than hung from a tree. Guess what happened then they confirmed didn't work. This was the moment that Andrew Breitbart says, made him conservative radicalized in these he saw. that. Even, even more than the borking, what they would do to any conservative who threatened the liberal regime of completely imaginary constitutional rights there was subverting our. Constitution. So Democrats did this Joe Biden. In particular did this they've been doing it for over forty years Republicans have never done this. We've never done this to any democratic judicial nominee. Part, of me is hoping that trump will nominate Merrick garland just so that the Democrats will be forced to call him a rapist because that's the new thing. Now you're put up for the Supreme Court, your call, a rapist, the rule. They'll do it to and they'll probably do it to amy Barrett. Any Barrett is now considered to be the leading contender to replace Ruth Ginsburg. We'll get into that. In one second we'll get into WHO and how we should fill this vacancy Lots of lots of takes from the left that are actually the opposite of the reality of tells us a lot more about the left wing view of women and the judiciary than the conservative view which we'll get into in one second but I if you watch this podcast on Youtube, you gotTA. Know that on September twenty eighth, it will be moving from the daily wire channel to be available exclusively on my youtube channel the Michael Knowles show you can get the Lincoln the description below some people have written to ask if I. AM leaving the daily wire I saw actually saw some people in Orange. County yesterday came up to me. You're leaving the daily wire I'm not leaving the daily Wire Ben. Shapiro is not so lucky. We're all staying on the daily wire, but we're moving this show the live shows every single day to the show youtube channels. This has more to do with big tack than it does anything with the daily wire. So subscribe over to the Youtube Channel Michael Knowles, show ring the bell. Make sure you never miss out on a new video head on over to daily wire dot com. We will be right back with a whole lot more. Should we fill the vacancy? Absolutely should we get rid of the filibuster? Absolutely one issue now is that we have this row called the Filibuster, which means you need sixty votes to get anything done not a simple majority. Should we get rid of it? Yes. Filibuster is not part of the constitution. It's only been theoretically possible since eighteen o six it's only been used since the mid nineteenth century it's only really been used in earnest since the nineteen seventies and Harry, Reid and the Democrats got rid of for most appointees executive judicial back in two, thousand thirteen and McConnell warned him he said, don't do this. You'RE GONNA. Regret it well, now's the time for it to be regretted by the Democrats already promising to get rid of it. If they come to power, we won't get any cookies or Brownie points for maintaining this tradition and and tying arm behind her back. So yeah, absolutely hundred percent fill the post. Question is who should it be the leading contender right now? Amy Coney Barrett. Three words that strike fear into the heart of the Liberals who is Amy Barrett she's an appeals court judge she's a mother of seven five biological children to adopted children from Haiti? She's a law professor obviously qualified we don't know much about her judicial philosophy actually we know she clerked for Scalia, but she's young she's been on the bench not too long. Still. The left hates our guts. Why two big reasons I one they hate her primarily because she's Catholic here is Senator Democrat Dianne Feinstein, lambasting her because the Catholic dogma lives loudly within her. When you read your speech is. The conclusion one draws. Is that the dogma lives loudly within you. and. That's of concern when you come to big issues that large numbers of people have fought for for years in this country, it's a big concern because Catholics aren't allowed on the supreme. Court because our constitution establishes a religious test for president and you need to belong to the religion of secular liberalism you can't possibly be a Christian that would be on America. As the argument she's making Luckily Dianne Feinstein is far too ignorant to know that that's the or even that she's making but it's a deeply anti-american argument the things she's saying right there. Violate the constitution even asking those questions is a violation of the constitution. Dick Durbin another leading Democrat a little bit quicker on his feet. Then Dianne Feinstein falls into precisely the same trap. You use a terminate article or you both determinate article I'd never seen before you refer to Artha ducks Catholics. WHAT'S ORTHODOX? Catholic. As I recall that term. We said something like for lack of a better term, we're using the term. Catholic and there was a long footnote saying you know that that was an imperfect. Could refer to Orthodox Judaism Greek Orthodox and so we kind of cast about. But what that term was designed to capture because we were talking about conscientious objection was a judge who accepted the church's teaching that the death penalty would be impermissible in that case do you consider yourself? Catholic. I am a Catholic Senator Durbin I don't well. A Catholic kind of as I said, in that article, we just kind of use that as a proxy, it is not to my knowledge, a term curly in use. But if you're asking whether I, take my faith seriously and I'm a faithful Catholic I am although I would stress that my personal church affiliation or my religious belief would not bear on the discharge of my duties as a judge. Gave a very long judicial judicious answer here, but a simpler answer is. What do you mean? You've never heard of Orthodox Catholic. Dick Durbin is not a stupid man said I've never heard that orthodontics. Catholic. Well, let me spell it out for you Senator Durbin Orthodox, meaning you actually believe the things that you say that you believe Catholic meaning you're Catholic. You're you're part of the Catholic Church. You could be a heterodox Catholic meaning you consider yourself a Catholic but you don't believe the things that the Catholic Church believes. You can be a heretic, a heretical Catholic. You could openly preach things against what the Catholic Church teaches. Even though you consider yourself a Catholic or you can be an Orthodox Catholic and actually believe the things that the Catholic Church teaches and that's the issue here because when Democrats used the term Catholic is I'm a devout Catholic. My Catholic faith is important to me with they really mean is. I have Christmas dinner. I maybe go to mass sometimes if I want to. That's what they mean. Joe Biden's a devout Catholic. He thinks that taxpayers should should pay to kill babies in the womb up until the moment of birth, but he's a which which Catholics are not permitted to believe but you know he's a devout Catholic. Some Democrats say, yeah, I suppose Socialists but I'm a devout Catholic, you're not allowed to be a socialist. Catholic. So what they mean by devout Catholic is. They think religion is this kind of little ornament and it's the sweet little thing that maybe you do in the privacy of your own home because you're afraid of the dark and it's a little superstition like knocking on wood or or any other superstition but you don't take seriously don't think it means anything. You certainly don't believe all that crazy stuff that those churches say. And the Democrats are shocked to find a woman who is intelligent who is articulate who is accomplished? Who Actually thinks? It's true. And Now? There are a lot of Catholics and and Christians and people who think this way. But the Democrats don't meet them. They're always shocked. They you don't. You couldn't possibly believe that stuff. That's the first reason to hate US second reason they hate her is she disproves all their stupid theories about how women are supposed to be on paper. She is everything a woman should be or could be. The left always says women can have it all right and usually what that means is that women should go and delay getting married and delay having children and just work for the widget factory and you know they should go cut their hair and they should go only vote for Democrats and they should have lots of abortions and they should I don't know all I'm trying to mix the high and the low. You know you get like stupid like really like Harry cuts like you remember that thing that the Democrats were doing years ago the feminist women were doing like it is very unpleasant and The very important things like they should. Engage abortion or they should. Foreign families in a certain way or this or that or this and that. That's what the Democrats that you can. You can have it all. That's the promise that you can have a career. Have a family have kids. Do all these things you want. Usually, it doesn't work out that way. So you have to fall into one one camp or the other but for amy. Barrett did work out that way. She had five. Kids, she then adopted two children from Haiti. They'll find some way to call her a racist. I'm sure. She found a way to have this incredibly successful legal career. And yet, they still hate her how later. She did what most of them never could do? She had it all? Well, it's because she doesn't think the way that they do. New York Times runs a piece to conservatives. Barrett has perfect combination of attributes for the supreme. Court Maybe that's true for conservatives, but actually it's more true for liberals the headline should read to liberals. Barrett has the perfect combination attributes for the Supreme Court. She's woman and they think that a woman needs to replace. Ruth Ginsburg. She's has it all she has had this great career, but she hasn't had to sacrificing their personal life. Or Not at least that we can say. She checks all of these kind of boxes, right Here that Amy Barrett's a woman I don't think a woman needs to replace or Bgn the Supreme Court? I. Don't think a woman needs to have it all needs to have this very intense career and have a total family life I don't I don't think you have to do that. But they do and she did it but she doesn't think the way that they think. So. Now all of a sudden. They hater they're going to try to kick her out. We absolutely should push through if for no other reason than to trigger the LIBS, it'll be very, very funny. Also, the reason we need to push her through. I think we should all get onboard if it's her might be a couple of the people are being talked about she's the leading contender right now. But the reason we need to push through this nominee if the nominee is in any way acceptable to conservatives is we're in a bare knuckle moment of politics right now we're not in a nice deliberative moment of politics where all these judicial nominees. Unanimously confirmed that's on and the Democrats ruin that and so we've got to play. We've got to participate in the politics that we actually have. This is bare knuckle stuff. There's a poll out. That just just twenty two percent of Americans believe that this year's presidential election will be free and fair this according to Yahoo News and YouGov twenty, two percent little over one in five Americans think the election will be free and fair. Half of trump supporters say the election will not be free and fair more than a third of Biden supporters. Agree it will not be free and fair. It's about forty six percent say that the election will not be free and fair which is more than twice the percentage of Americans who say that it will be. Here. Now, a place where. A small number of Americans have faith in that institution of our free elections. So, now you've got to exercise power in a way that's a little less subtle than perhaps you would in the fast I in the past part of the reason why I think Americans don't believe all this stuff. Is that everything seems fake right now the lockdown has really contributed to this. There are a lot of reasons why we don't have that are institutions anymore but one reason I haven't heard people talk about and it does come from covid is the degree to which now everything is virtual everything is digital. The emmys were last night. I. Know that nobody watched it. But what was so weird about the EMMYS. That the EMMYS didn't really take place. It looked like they place but they didn't what happened was. The EMMYS USED Jimmy Kimmel on green screen to host the thing and then cut to footage from past years to make it seem like people were laughing at the jokes he made the jokes weren't that funny the way you knew there was a laugh track is that people were laughing at it sounded like people were laughing at them that couldn't possibly have happened. The whole thing was just a weird. Virtual award show take a less. Hello and welcome to the pandemic. Wow, it's great to finally see people again. Thank you for risking everything to be here. Thank me for risking everything to be here. You know what they say. You can have a virus without a host. The big question that I guess we should answer is, why would you have an award show in the middle of pandemic? Those seriously, I'm asking why are we having an award show in the middle of a pandemic? And what the hell am I doing here. This is the year they decide. They have to have a host. Lot of groner in Jimmy's monologue was not very good and then you're looking on the greatest say wait none of them are wearing masks. Wait there. Altogether wait they're laughing at those jokes. Oh, because it's all fake. The whole thing is fake and so. This is a problem is not Jimmy Kimmel's fault necessarily or the EMMYS. This is one that has grown over time and it's not even our. Politicians fault. It's actually technological problem. I was. Reading an article about deep fakes other day deep fake photos and videos where looks like someone is saying something that they aren't actually saying and part of me actually welcomes this into politics because we live in such a Gotcha moment of politics that I think it would be it would actually maybe help our politics if we can't trust video as much video footage you know and just say like I dunno, maybe that's real. Maybe that's not real. We'd have to start actually listening to the arguments that our politicians are making looking at their actual records rather than just these kind of silly gotcha moments but one effect of this technology is. We don't trust reality anymore we don't we don't. Trust even things that we see with our own eyes because we know that they can be manipulated like the or even like our politicians because it's not just the glitches. It's Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi was giving an interview on ABC. News and halfway through the interview it seems like her brain just melted and she didn't know what does she kind of glitched out for a second then they got the wires working again. And she continued. Ten. States as I said on Friday started their early voting the day that we lost. BAITER GINSBURG. But to be clear, you're not taking any arrows out of your quiver you're not ruling anything out. Good Morning. Sunday morning. The. We have a responsibility we take an oath to protect and defend the constitution of the United. States. You're going to look at George Stephanopoulos. During the interview he's obviously a Clinton spokesman. He's a Democrat flack and even he's looking at. What did I just witness? What happened to you? Just kind of totally glitches out for about ten seconds in there, and then gets back into it. So we think okay I can't trust racy on video I can't trust these politicians are at all with it. They're completely I it's like they're not even. Alive it's like they're just were relying on these people who have been in public life now for seven hundred, fifty years. Who seem to have a very tenuous grasp on reality so we can't trust them to make persuasive arguments more and more. This is just a bare knuckle brawl for interests, and then you have the Democratic nominee for president who probably has the least solid grasp on reality just gave a speech about the corona virus in which he said, the two thirds of the country was about to die. It's estimated two hundred million people have died probably by the time I finish this talk. The complication covert nineteen like lung scarring and heart damage. Could become the next deniable pre existing condition for over six million. Americans. Two hundred millions are going to die before Joe Biden Finish speaking this two thirds of the country I've got a sixty seven percent chance of dying goodbye cruel world goodbye I thought that I had a ninety nine point seven percent chance of survival even if I got the virus but turns out just a regular Joe on the street. Has a two thirds chance of dying. Of course that is not true. Joe Biden was off by several numbers mathematics. Critical thought economics never has been the Democrats strong suit. Obviously he's not with it either. So you look around and you just say Gosh nobody. is is even capable of making arguments right now, that could allow us to use reason and use prudence to govern ourselves as our constitution was intended and there's a deeper problem to. That goes to Trevor Noah. A lot of problems go to trevor. Now he's the guy who took over the daily show after John Store and everybody stopped watching Trevor Noah said something on his show a few weeks ago. and. All this or BG. Court talk. Has brought it back to me. which is a trevor was talking about the wildfires and how wildfires in the West restarted by revealing party, and he made a joke about the gender reveal party. But what was so weird about it was. The basis of the joke was not common sense. Usually usually what would happen is you're you're making a joke and joke is something bizarre and fantastical. That's what the setup is and then the punchline brings you back to common sense but with Trevor No is joke the punchline was that. Gender socially constructed and we won't know somebody's gender until they're eighteen or so the the the premise of the joke the setup was actually the common sense and the punch line was bizarro world. It was an inversion of a normal job take a listen. This has to stop right. What if you insist on a gender reveal you should do something that helps the situation waters pink. It's a girl aside from all the damage it can cause celebrating a baby's Genitalia is starting to feel very outdated. Like given everything, we're learning about gender gender reveal parties should only happen when the child is old enough to know their actual agenda and to pitch in some cash for the fire damage. So he gets that little like little bit in at the very end, which is yeah and they've got to be able to pitch in cash, but he's dead serious. When he says we should hold off on gender reveals until the kid is old enough to choose his own gender. So, you're now flipping. A joke but not to him because to him that's common sense to a lot of people in the country maybe not a lot. Maybe not half the country but let's say a third or so of these hardened left-wingers. Seriously believe. That you can't tell if a baby is a boy or a girl at birth that you have to wait until they decide whether they're boys or girls, and maybe they're boys and they become girls or vice versa. And what that shows you is the country. Is more divided than we have ever been more divided than we were at the time of of slavery. More divided that we were at the time of the civil war. The issue of slavery was practically much. Tougher issue than the issue of gender or whatever. Right? Because you're actually talking about all of these Americans held in bondage. But the division over slavery was was a division over a group of people. It wasn't a it was a division basically over someone is a man or not a man, but it wasn't a division over. Essentially what a man is or is not. The the issue of of the civil war, the issue of whether or not a certain group of people qualifies into humanity. Is a specific problem because some people didn't recognize humanity in a whole swath of the Ritz population. But now what we're talking about is people don't recognize humanity at all. They don't recognize human nature at all. That's a much deeper divide. So I don't see any way to bridge that now if you've got. A huge number of political activists GONNA burn country down if you in any way, threaten their right to kill the baby in the womb. That's not recognizing human nature. That's not it's not recognizing humanity at all. If you've got people in this country who don't believe that there's such a thing as sex. So fundamental to our human nature. How do you bridge that? How do you have a self-governing republic? 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Ep. 680 - Impotent Impeachment

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Ep. 680 - Impotent Impeachment

"Add another accomplishment to president. Trump's record president trump becomes the first president in history to be impeached twice house. Democrats seem to think that they are destroying trump's legacy if anything. I think the impeachment actually might help it. I'm michael knowles. Is the michael knowles. Show welcome back to the show. My favorite comment from yesterday's from james colley who says the national guard at joey's inauguration will be his largest crowd that is true. Not just is the largest crowd you know of of the day at the inauguration his largest crowd ever we sort of forget because now we've certified the election results. Joe biden's the president-elect we sort of forget that the guy couldn't get more than like twelve people to show up to any of his events for the entire campaign and now one suspect he's going to have mostly zoom inauguration. 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There was some rumor that mitch mcconnell senate majority leader was eager for impeachment. You remember. I read you that new york times headline just this week. And i said according to the new york times so take that with a boulder sized grain of salt mitch. Mcconnell is looking forward to an impeachment trial so that he can purge the party of trump and so that he can prevent trump from running in twenty twenty four. I said you gotta take it with a big assault and it turns out you should be as mitch. Mcconnell said that the senate will not take up the matter of impeachment before the inauguration meaning the house impeaches then the senate holds the trial but if president trump is no longer the sitting president then he cannot be the subject of impeachment. Trial doesn't work. They lost the vote. Yesterday was purely symbolic one thing that this should remind us. First of all is always way today when you hear something in the new york times and you know maybe have a little bit more faith in cocaine. He's he's served us better in recent years then perhaps some of us thought he might but also it reminds us how much power one has if if we control the senate you know the fact that republicans for at least a few more days control the senate means that they can say impeachment trial completely off completely ridiculous and democrats can't do anything about it. There were a handful of republicans who voted for impeachment in the house. I think it's important to read their names so that we can remember those names. John cat co of new york. Adam kin zinger of illinois. Fred upton jamie ler. Dan newhouse peter my jer. Anthony gonzales tom. Rice and tom valid. How do recognize any of those names. I don't either they just sound like some. Gop backbenchers Worth remembering. I guess when they're up for re election obviously trump will be gone at that point but the squishing disloyalty and the ignorance of the law. Even just on on the objective. Legal matters of the impeachment Really makes one question their judgment. There is one name though that we can recognize here. That would be liz. Cheney liz cheney daughter of dick cheney liz cheney voted for impeachment and liz. Cheney is technically in leadership so she's not. You know the minority leader the republican minority leader in the house or anything like that should not chief whip or anything like that. She is the chairman of the gop conference and it is a very strange thing that someone who is at least technically republican leadership in the house would vote to impeach the republican president with no real legal basis. The league the legal charge here was that trump incited a mob to attack the capital. We played the clip on the show. You might say trump's actions in the last month or two have been imprudent unwise irresponsible reckless use. Whatever adjective you want. They haven't been illegal. He did not incite the mob to commit violence at the capitol. He explicitly said be peaceful. So whatever you wanna say about trump it's a frivolous dan crenshaw that out just a couple of days ago and yet liz. Cheney voted for very strange to have that kind of a person and gop leadership really really don't have a ton of faith in her judgment. And i i don't have faith in the judgment of gop leadership if they're going to have a person like that they're just worth remembering now all of this is symbolic but that's all they all. They voiced on trump right now. Is this kind of symbolism. In what the democrats and the never trumpers want to do is they want to say. Trump is historically bad and evil. They were hoping they could prevent him from running. Twenty twenty four. They failed to do that but they just want to destroy his legacy. I think they've done the opposite. I want to put aside for a second anything about the capital to put aside for second anything about trump's tweets. I wanna put aside for a second anything about how you don't like the cut of his jib. I want you to focus on the impeaches. I want you to focus on. Not just the house. Democrats in the handful of squishy. Republicans want you to focus on the broader ruling. Class guys like jack dorsey. These silicon valley all arcs hipster. Rasputin who who decides that. He he ought to be able to censor the duly elected sitting president of the united states. Want you to think about guys. Like mark zuckerberg another zillionaire master of the universe who decides he can censor the duly elected president of the united states. Wants you to think about everybody. Over youtube and google decides they can censor they decide they can censor the duly elected president of the united states. When you think of that ruling class and then you had the corporate glass to that and then you had the higher education part to that. Then you add hollywood and you had the corrupt mainstream media. The ruling liberal class has come after trump in a way that. I've never seen them come. After republican in my lifetime they hated bush. They hated romney. Even though now they love romney they hated mccain even though the other times they loved mccain we know way back in the olden days. They hated reagan in particular. They went after reagan fairly similar way to how they've gone after trump but they ju- trump is like singular if you have faith in that ruling elite right now. Then they're impeaching. Trump twice is a knock on his legacy. There's no question but if you think that that ruling elite is corrupt wrongheaded idiotic malevolent in some cases certainly malignant. If you think that that ruling elite is a rotting oligarchy that deserves none of our admiration respect. Then their second. Impeachment of trump is a badge of honor taking away any argument that they made for the impeachment. The fact that they've come after this guy again and again and again they were so threatened by this guy that when he was running for president the first time the ruling regime decided they had to spy on him to try to undermine his campaign then the minute he gets inaugurated. You had democratic representatives. Saying we've got to impeach him because otherwise he might win. Reelection try to impeach him for this. Then they try to impeach him for that and they try to impeach him for the other thing when they finally do impeach him for some bogus nonsense he gets. He gets acquitted isn't convicted in the senate. Then they after him again and again and again. They rewrite the election laws in the weeks and months before the election in some cases explicitly violating state constitutions like in pennsylvania there so threatened by the sky and then they impeach him again They'll try impeach him a couple more times. Is that a knock on his legacy. Or is that a defense of his legacy. I think in the long run. It's going to be the latter. Consider the people who are doing this. Nancy pelosi nancy pelosi and and and all the rest of them by the way. Maxine thing about maxine waters who explicitly called for violence against republicans. Think about hillary clinton who says you can't be civil with republicans. Think about all of these other people. But nancy pelosi speaker of the house. She decides that the people's business. It's very very important that house. Democrats pass a resolution such that. The house rules will no longer include gendered language. All the troubles we face right now. The draconian lockdowns people losing their livelihoods threats from abroad rising china all of these issues. Nancy pelosi is very important. We pass this resolution such that. The house rules will not include gender. Language listened to the arguments she makes for that resolution. This is not theoretical and this is not motivated by partisanship. I stand before you today as an officer of the constitution a speaker of the house of representatives. I stand before you as a wife. A mother a grandmother a daughter old then she wants to pass a resolution getting rid of gender language in the house rules and to defend that she says i stand before you as a wife mother a grandmother a would you call that gender language. I think i would. That sounds like the most gender language you can use which is hilarious and it shows. They're sort of frivolity and ignorance. But it also shows something a little bit deeper about all these moral claims that they're making namely they will not hold themselves to those standards. They will hold you to those standards. They won't hold themselves to those standards. President trump says go peacefully protest at the capitol and then some islands occurs. They say off with his head basically but they explicitly encourage violence. Maxine waters right. Hillary clinton civil chris cuomo comes out and says protests don't need to be peaceful they encourage the quote unquote peaceful protests. That seem inevitably to these. Riots they go on television they say with is on fire. This is a mostly peaceful protests. They bail out the rioters. Like kamla did and then they try to impeach trump and some squishy republicans. Still don't get it. Those handful of people led by liz cheney that we named maybe they get it. Maybe they're just not on the right side. That's the leadership that we're talking about house. 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Now it's funny about some of these claims you've heard other democratic lawmakers claim make these sorts of claims for make a big deal out of the masks and then some of them have been caught on camera now wearing the masks all the time This is true of almost everybody who who demands that people wear masks. Dr fauci not least among them dr fauci or memory throughout. He tried to throw the baseball at the nationals game. And he had the mask on even though he's standing in the middle of a baseball diamond in an empty stadium. Nobody's around him anywhere but he makes a big show. He's got the mask on. Then he goes back to his seat and he's sitting with some of his friends right next to them and he takes the mask off because he doesn't really care he's not worried about it he's just making a big show and i suspect that's true of many of these democratic. Legislators is well shows you what happens though when you can control the house and the senate so much of it is about how you can set the rules how you can put off certain things these masks. It would seem to me or here to stay at least for the foreseeable future. And that's a really bad thing. It's a really bad thing that the democrats are saying. It's very important. It will help us back to normal. It hasn't helped us get back to normal. How long are you going to believe this folks fifteen days to slow the spread just comply just comply just comply just another couple of a couple of weeks just another couple of weeks. We're coming up on a year. Seems like a very very bad idea. We're gonna be talking about this two months from now. I bet people are still going to be wearing. These masks on airplanes are going to be wearing them for a while. I've spoken personally to public health experts. Who told me i say. When are we going to get rid of the masks. Will you know maybe maybe we should just keep wearing the masks. You know it was so crazy us before we used to be all these germs and we wouldn't wear them put on the mask. Comply comply seems like a bad idea. These are the sort of frivolous people who impeach the president led by the most frivolous of all of them alexandria. Ocasio cortez who just went on a long rand. That is both hilarious. But i think insightful. She did not realize it was insightful. But she unwittingly gave a lot of insight into the way the leftist thinking so so she opens up in this rand describing the tragedy of the scourge that we've been talking about all week you know. This is the the incarnation of evil in america. It's a pervasive problem white supremacy. You don't you feel you're walking around. It's like you're surrounded by skinheads wherever you go right right. Well no maybe. You don't know any skinheads. Maybe you don't know any meal nazis. But i am reliably informed by the democratic party that this country is teaming with skinheads seventy five million of them. At least right doesn't matter that you don't know any of them. Trust me that trump supporter that you don't talk to very much but maybe you saw them across the street. That guy is a neo. Nazi that's the white supremacy. So he goes on to describe the tragedy of white supremacy. They would rather the our country burn then to see them be shoulder shoulder equal to others. That is the tragedy of white supremacy. The tragedy of white supremacy is that it is doomed to fail. It's doomed to fail. White supremacists will never ever adver live in a world where they will see their fantasies. Come true ever hold on a second here. I think i was listening to what she said did. Afc said the tragedy of white supremacy is that it will fail. That is a white supremacist. Did i miss something i know. Politics is changing a lot minute by minute but my to understand that. Aoc considers it a tragedy that white supremacy will fail. There was trying to think. I thought is it. Is she describing tragedy in a sort of shakespearean set of literary sense. You know someone who starts off like really great and everything's working out really really well and then it completely collapses no. I don't think she would say that about white supremacists. I don't think she considers skinheads to be these sorts of people where they're heroes and everything's going great but then awesome character. Flaw makes it makes work. She's saying the tragedy that there are doomed to fail because a see not Not the brightest bulb in the pack however however she is very effective. She's very effective at communicating her views to rile up her base and to rile up our base. To right. she's extr- she is singularly talented at getting. Her radicals riled up but also triggering. All of us right. I mean that is that is kind of her. Her singular feature and then she gets a lot of headlines in conservative media and that helps her become more popular and that helps her amass more influence within the democratic party. And it really really has worked out for her pretty well so aoc spins a good yarn aoc during this During this rand it was part of a larger rip about how she feared for her life during the capital riot. Listen to her harrowing tale. As for myself i had a pretty traumatizing. Happened to me And i do not know if i can even disclose the full t of that event due to security concerns but i can tell you that i had very close encounter where i thought i was going to die and you have all of those thoughts. Where at the end of your life and all of these thoughts come rushing to you. And that's what happened to a lot of us on wednesday. And i thought i i did not think i do not know if i was going to make it to the end of that day. Alive a harrowing tale you remember. Afc day said that almost half of congress died and of course that isn't true. No member of congress died and doesn't doesn't appear that any member of congress came even close to dying or really got so much as a scratch. Which is god right. We're we're very glad. No member of congress was injured in the riot. And i have no doubt it was very scary. If you remember congress. I'm sure it was terrifying. You don't experience that sort of thing. Now they're taking riots really really seriously however where was a concern when businesses were being burned. People's houses were being hundred when people's lives are being threatened and ended in city upon city upon city this summer during the blm riots. Where was where was her concern them. Well that was good wasn't it. That was the cry of the oppressed masses. That was a wonderful thing that we had to encourage in our words end for some lawmakers with our money. Comma harris bailing the writers out of jail so they could go burn more businesses down. I bet those business owners were pretty afraid. A bit some of them for feared for their lives. Some innocent people lost their lives. Many innocent people lost their lives during the riots that the democrats encouraged and and made excuses for and said were mostly peaceful. Weren't mostly peaceful. If the riot on capitol hill was a riot if the ryan on capitol hill was not mostly peaceful certainly the destruction we saw around the country during the mp was not mostly peaceful. It's amazing these democratic lawmakers. They only seem to really worry when it affects them but then he goes on and unwittingly gives a very important insight into the left wing ideology. She said that the south is the democrats for the taking. That's what we gotta do. We gotta organiz. And i think what we saw in georgia is a really good example with black women leading the way with multiracial. An multicultural organizations leading the way We they proved that southern states are not red states are suppressed steets which means the only way that our country's going to heal is through the actual liberation of southern states the actual liberation of the poor the actual liberation of working people from comic social racial oppression. That's the only way. Southern states are not red states are suppressed states. This tells you so much about the left's and the way the left to mock recy- according to the left if they lose elections that is simply evidence that the election was completely illegitimate. Now the right questions election sometimes too. But it's in a very very different way. You know if you want to hear more on this topic and many others. You don't just need to listen to me. You don't just need to listen to bench bureau you don't just to listen to matt walsh. You can listen once again. Finally at long last to andrew klavan drew is back. Every friday will be a longer show and ninety minute show to wrap up the week. There will be special guests. The first show is this friday. Tomorrow it will air friday evening. We still don't have an exact time. This stuff is happening all live. Also tonight is the big big night for the daily wire tonight. Daily wire makes it's entrance into entertainment content with our first feature film. Run hide fight at seven pm eastern four. Pm pacific we will air a virtual premiere of the movie a special episode of backstage. Which will stream live over at the daily wire website mobile and streaming apps as well as our youtube channel. Tonight's event is free for everyone to watch but after the livestream is over the movie will be available exclusively to daily wire members. I really enjoyed the movie. I got to screen it before we even acquired the movie. And i thought wow this is this is cool it got you know a good reaction at the venice film festival is getting good reaction places. Why why isn't it being shown we'll part of that is it was a little politically incorrect. It's not a propaganda movie. It's not a political movie but it didn't tow the woke party line and so we thought well we'll release said very excited to bring you great stories that hollywood refuses to tell. We hope you will join us for tonight's event that has seven pm eastern four. Pm pacific can't wait to see you there. Head on over to the daily wire dot com. Join if you're not already a member will be right back with a lot more. Aoc said something very important during her ramle social media rant. She said that it is her view that southern states are not red states. They are suppressed states. Meaning that when you go in there and you completely changed the election laws and you get rid of election day and make it election season and you have widespread mail in ballots and you take away. The election integrity measures that have been place for decades. Then all of a sudden democrats win and maybe a few extra days to count the votes. But don't worry democrats with now. I'm not saying democrats are alone in questioning election results. Obviously republicans have been questioning election results for months at this point but they are different. Arguments seems to me the republican arguments for election integrity. Were hey guys. We've got these election integrity measures in place namely you've gotta. Ideally you show an idea so you can prove that you are who you say you are You have to show up on election day where they were going to be poll watchers. You need to count the ballots on election day to pull watchers from the democrats and the republicans to make sure. It's all good. You need to make sure that the election laws are followed in like for instance in pennsylvania. The constitution was violated during this recent election. You need to do all sorts of these things and if you don't do that what one has to ask the question. Why are you getting rid of all of these election. Tegra efforts right. it's not. It's not incumbent on me to prove every instance of fraud fraud happens in every single election. The question is was it enough to sway an election but it the i think the best republican argument least was. It's not incumbent on me to prove every single instance of fraud. I'm noticing that your getting rid of all the election integrity measures. Why is that. That would seem to me evidence of some shenanigans now. There were some more eccentric election arguments. Saying you know the cia was involved. Germany was involved in the computers. And all that Fine i guess worth hearing the map but we didn't see a ton of evidence for for widespread fraud in that way. But i think the election integrity measures totally illegitimate democrats make a different argument. Their arguments on the legitimacy or illegitimacy of elections do not focus in on those kind of practical tangible measures. Their arguments are much broader for democrats. If they lose an election that is sufficient evidence that the election was rigged okay. Republicans questioned the results of this election. This was an unprecedented election. In american history. The entire system was up ended in the weeks and months before it happened. So i understand why that happened. Republicans did not contest the election in twenty twelve. Did we know when we lost. We didn't contest the election in two thousand and eight when we lost. No we didn't contest the election in nineteen ninety six when we lost no didn't contest the election in one thousand ninety two when we lost hadn't really contested any election modern memory. What about the democrats. They lost in two thousand. They contested the election. They lost in two thousand and four elected. Democrats contested the certification of the electoral votes which we were told unprecedented a few weeks ago. They did it in two thousand four democrats contested. The election in two thousand sixteen refused to give it up. hillary clinton's still insists that she she's she was rightly going to be the president and then russia interfered or some other macedonian. Click forms democrats stacey. Abrams still appears to contend that. She's the governor of georgia democrats always contest these elections regardless of any. That doesn't matter if there's no change to the voter laws. And the reason they do that is for democrats. Evidence of democracy is they are winning and it this has this has actual intellectual basis which is a- during the past century or so You heard from the second wave feminists this idea of a false consciousness. That idea is also articulated by the father of the new left. Herbert makusa remark who came to prominence as a thinker with the frankfurt school. This is an idea that you've heard from your graham sheet. One of the great thinkers of of western marxism at comes remarks himself who describes the idea of a false consciousness. What is a false consciousness. It's when the oppressed people don't realize that they're oppressed. And so they need consciousness raising. This was the slogan used by the feminists in the nineteen seventies The the version of it that we use today is called raising awareness. We need to raise awareness. What's the same concept. The idea is that oppressed people. Maybe you know a black person or a homosexual or an immigrant votes for a republican. They might do it. but that's not legitimate. because they are are laboring under a false consciousness. If they were fully conscious of their own oppression they would realize how bad the republicans are they would vote for democrats and that is. The subtle premise sometimes not so subtle premise of all of these democratic challenges to elections. And that is what. Afc is saying and she even goes into it further. Say it's not just the southern states it's people on the basis of social status and economic status race and this and that and the other thing they need to have their consciousness raised they need to stopping suppressed and they need to be to use her words. Liberated and you can't be liberated by the forces. The illiberal forces of republicans or conservatives. We cannot tolerate the intolerance of conservatives or republicans. All this also comes from herbert makusa. This very influential thinker of the left. Or i suppose earlier than the new left he kind of gave birth to new new left for mercousur with is very famous essay repressive tolerance in which he said that what we need for liberating tolerance we need to suppress and sensor views from the right and we need to encourage views from the left. We need to have a new standard the old standards or suppressing radicalism. So we need a standard and that's going to suppress conservatism. That is what they mean by democracy. I don't think afc understands. That's what she means. I don't think she has a particularly sophisticated thinker. But she has been steeped in this kind of ideology. And that's what she's that's what she's communicating shows. You how naive these republicans would ever side with them. Who would vote to impeach without a legal basis naive or playing for the other side. These are nasty guys on the other side. You think trump is nasty. Wait until you hear the guys on the other. Side jake tapper. You know straight laced jake. Tapper calls it like he sees it you know. He's he's fair he's old school. He's the last journalist in america. Jake tapper or he's a democrat. Hack which is i think it's maybe the latter jake tapper was just a describing a A congressman member of congress. Who he doesn't like and he. He used the most disrespectful language. I've heard from cnn. In at least several hours reams reams of evidence that we have. There's one other thing. I wanted to share with just one other thing. That's relevant what you're saying right now is relevant because congressman. Brian a republican from florida. Who lost his legs by the way fighting for democracy abroad. Although i don't know what i don't know about his commitment to it here in the united states he said did anybody say that yes. We heard him fans yes. Yes yes. Brian mast who lost his legs fighting for democracy abroad. I don't think he cares too much about democracy here. What do you mean. He doesn't care about democracy here first of all very very disrespectful and you can tell jake tapper knows that. He's crossed the line because he hesitates when he says it and usually jake tapper is good at keeping a straight face but even that he thought. Oh yikes that's the well. Whatever i'm just gonna make the nasty comment but he's using democracy in exactly the same way. Oh see is there. Is nothing undemocratic about pursuing legal challenges to an election. Nothing undemocratic about it at all. There is nothing undemocratic about objecting to the certification of certain electoral votes. Now if for instance. Mike pence had come out and unilaterally declared that he was going to reject the electoral votes. That would raise some issues that would have thrust us into a constitutional crisis. We've actually seen that. That constitutional crisis happened before that would have happened in eighteen. Seventy six and eighteen seventy seven but still that would have been a crisis but to go out and follow the procedures that are available to you in a democracy as the people's representative and object a certain votes that's not anti-democratic. The reason jake tapper thinks it's anti-democratic is because it's a guy on the other side. I don't remember jake tapper. Ever referring to the many many democratic lawmakers have objected to electoral votes as anti democratic. Did he no of course not because if you support the democratic party you support democracy and if you support the republican party you're a neo nazi skinhead fascist who should be platforms formed who should be ostracized from society who should not be able to engage in commerce. That's ramping up to. We went through it yesterday on the show. President trump can't even use his bank accounts in certain places. Now parlor bill. Build your own twitter. The left told us okay. We built our twitter. They said you can't do that. Can't engage in commerce can engage in society. Republicans need to wise up to this sort of thing. Conservatives need to wise up. I can't believe we've allowed ourselves to be duped. I can't believe those extraordinarily naive or more cynical. Republicans who voted for impeachment would allow themselves to be duped like this. I can't believe a member of the republican leadership would either fall for something like that. We're ally herself with something like that. Really really pathetic really concerning stuff. Aoc was talking about allegedly aggrieved minorities and a leftist always talking about allegedly grieve minorities when they can't find an agreement minority. They'll just invent one. Well we did get some good news. Recently for an actually aggrieved minority. A real problem in this country Where whereby people will abort davies on the basis of what they to be Defects this is specifically true of babies with down syndrome and it's disgusting but it happens all over the all over the place you will. You'll go in. I mean when you're about to have a baby you go into the doctor this okay. We're gonna do a screening you know and Then we're going to. We're going to figure out if you know if they have down syndrome or something like that. Then we can discuss our options. What options what do you mean. Options all the options. Do you have the baby or do kill the baby. Do kill the baby because you don't think he's perfect because he's got down syndrome. We got some other condition. That's the real thinking that goes on and it's led to extraordinarily high rates of abortion of killing down syndrome. Babies in some countries boast about it. You know in iceland a few years ago. There was a big press release. They said iceland has eradicated down syndrome. Is if they cured a disease but there's no cure for down syndrome. It's not like they figured out some kind of gene therapy. That would fix down syndrome. They just kill them. All how ghastly is that and the left cheering this on. Yes we kill babies because they have intellectual deficiencies. Aren't we wonderful. Well governor christie gnome in south dakota his just Just come out against this process. She says children with down syndrome or a gift to us. All i'm asking. The south dakota legislature to pass a law that bans the abortion of a pre born child. Just because that child is diagnosed with down syndrome. We must stand for the right to life of every pre-born child absolutely right steph in a good way by the way to to go after this issue what conservatives really want to do is get rid of legal abortion and some sometimes conservatives are honest about that. I tried to be honest about that Sometimes conservatives make these really frivolous arguments where they say you know abortion. We want to get rid of abortion because it's bad for the mother or it's it's harmful. We want to protect mothers and in a psychologically spiritual. I guess that's true but no you want to protect the baby. That's being killed. They'll say we you know we want to Po we want to only have safe abortions. And that's why we're going to shut down the abortion clinics because they're not safe. oh no. it was no portion to save. kills a baby obviously. That's not you know. They're all kind of somewhat disingenuous arguments but their tactical and they think it's going to chip away at the edges here and they're fine by me. This is a good way to do it. This is actually a good way to do it because you are appealing to the moral standard that the left at least pretends to have namely that they oppose racism or sexism. Were able ism able as being discrimination and bigotry against people with handicaps. What if what if we passed a law said you can't aboard a baby just because he's black. Do you think the left would object to that. I'm sure they'd find some way to object to that would be very difficult for them. To what if we had a lot said you can't you can't afford a baby. Just because she's a girl and that sort of thing does happen. Maybe not so much in the united states yet but certainly rent world. I mean we saw that happened in china which is why there's a lopsided population now people were choosing boys and then aborting the girls. What if we passed a law like kristi noem says to ban abortions of babies just because they have intellectual deficiencies. I'm sure the left would find a way to argue against it but it would be very difficult. Argument would make them look very very. I think it would move the needle and as as kristi noem has this kind of solid spine. And i think real evidence political acumen. She is positioning yourself very well. For twenty twenty four which a of people have been talking about. You know i'm i'm noticing There have been some people coming out. There was actually a very prominent professor. Who came out against christine. Who said christina muir. Your state has one of the highest levels of covid and covert death and covert hospitalization in the country. This that's true. It's up in the top five or top ten or something. It's way below new york. Though you know you know andy. Cuomo is being hailed by all of the left christina. Put herself in a very good position and seems to have a lot of moral clarity. We don't get a lot of wins. These days on the right however we did just get a win at the supreme court and this actually ties into everything we were talking about about democracy and the legitimacy of elections and and how republicans are going to be able to win moving forward right now in texas. There's a law that says that you can't have universal widespread mail in ballots that you've got to request it and you've got to meet certain criteria to get a a mail in ballot democrats in texas challenged this law. They wanted to invent a constitutional right to universal mail in ballots. Which is ironic because we have noted many times on this show. There are states where the constitution explicitly forbids spread mail in ballots but democrats challenged at anyway. Goes all the way up to the supreme court. The supreme court rejected that bid. The supreme court rejected a democratic bid for universal vote by mail in texas leaving intact. A state law now democrats take texas. They can just get rid of the law and then they'll have universal widespread mail in ballots. This is going to be very important issue. I think if republicans do not fight this thing. The universe of widespread mallon. It's going to be virtually impossible for us to win. Important elections in the future city machines. Democratic machines have long engaged in shenanigans with elections long stuffed ballot boxes. They stuffed the ballot box in texas and nineteen forty. Eight gave us lyndon johnson. Okay i don't. I i look forward to fact checkers coming after me on on this notion and defending democratic political machines because they've been going on a very long time okay and the way that they function is by getting rid of ballot integrity measures if you have universal widespread mail one. You can't check to make sure that the person who's voting really is the person who says they're voting and to you won't have people tallying the results on election day you're going to have it dragged out now. Now takes a long time to conduct elections in this country. Now doesn't it didn't use to take us. This long gives a lot of opportunity for abuse a big win at the court. We gotta follow it up. Though with legislative achievements speaking of dubious legal doctrines like the right to a universal widespread. Nalen mayor bill bolshevik in new york de blasio comes out. He is severing the city's ties with the trump organization. Obviously donald trump has had a long standing relationship with the city of new york. Now the radical mayor there is going to get rid of the that relationship according to a doctrine of the law. That i it doesn't seem to hold up to me. The city of new york is severing all contracts with the trump organization. Our legal team has done. The suspect in the contracts make very clear if a company and the leadership of that company is engaged in criminal activity. We have the right to settle the contract inciting an insurrection. Let's be clear unless he's words. Inciting an insurrection against the united states government clearly constitutes criminal activity so the city of new york will no longer have anything to do with the trump organization They have profited from these contracts. They will profit no longer. So here's bill de blasios argument. The trump organization has a contract has multiple contracts with the city of new york and their rules around these contracts. You can't just pull out willy nilly but you can pull out if someone is engaging in criminal activity and therefore trump's engaging in criminal activity therefore we consider the contract. What's the criminal activity bill. Well the criminal activities inciting an insurrection. Okay when was trump. Convicted of inciting insurrection Well he well. He was impeached wasn't he. Yes he wasn't when was he. Convicted impeachment is just a vote by the house that then sets up a trial and then the senators at that trial convict or acquit. Donald trump was never convicted of inciting insurrection. Donald trump was never convicted of inciting insurrection in part because he never incited an insurrection. He behaved recklessly. he behaved irresponsibly. He shouldn't have done that. Okay fine. you're maybe whatever. He obviously did not incite the insurrection. He said explicitly be peaceful. He said it before they went to the capitol. He said be peaceful then. He said it while they were at the capitol then he said it after they were at the capitol be peaceful same. Can't be said of maxine waters. Who said get up and republicans faces go to their homes where their children's sleep get up. Get up on them. Says the city of new york anna several ties with the waters organization. I guess there isn't one. Is it enough now to just accuse somebody of crime and that has the full force of law. Apparently it is right. If i go out there. And i say bill de blasio is a communist. This guy is a red. He is a pinko. He's a subversive. He's seditious does that now. Have the weight of law have convicted him if that crime. No i obviously can't do that one because it would violate the law to because i'm a conservative. But the left can do that. And that is what they're doing and that's what they're about to do they're going to say you can't do business. You can't bank. you can't have the your contracts. You can't go to certain places. They're going to try to continue this impeachment after trump's out of office. It's not possible. So i suspect it'll fizzle pretty quickly but there will be a movement at least among democrats to do that then. I strongly suspect they're gonna be all sorts of investigations into trump's personal life. You can indict a ham sandwich. So they'll try to find something then. I strongly suspect there's going to be a movement among legislators to try to pass a law saying trump can never run for office again because they're so afraid of him now that would violate the fourteenth amendment. I don't think it would work. But who knows. We're in a lawless era. We're in a lawless era. Now where a baker can be sent out of business for not engaging in a gate. Wedding violates as religious beliefs but social media companies web companies can censor outright based on any reason they want can refuse to engage in business with anybody because the mere accusation carries effectively the force of law. Someone goes out there and says seventy five million americans are nazis. That would seem to be sufficient to begin to silence them to begin to ostracize them to be into exile them. We're in the beginning stages of that trump is still the president. Imagine how ramped up that is going to get. What a corrupt ruling elite would do that sort of thing and to incur. 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Episode #1521: The New Phil Hendrie Show

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You know they're going to impeach that's correct. They'RE GONNA Impeach President Donald Trump at least that's the thinking that's the the feelings that are going on going on on around wound in Washington. DC I'm Jay Santos along with General Gail and we'll see Larry Grover coming in here just a minute and he's going to be giving his input and his updates on how he feels about. Everything's going on now. The impeachment precedings was announced by slowdowns on it was announced by Nancy Nancy. WHO's Nancy Duly Nancy Dooley? I magnetic doolittle Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi Dancy to Nancy doolittle all right J just it. I'd forgotten forgot. I forgot the woman's name Nancy Pelosi. She's a speaker of the house right now. I want to make this point. Get some clear. She's as a speaker of the House and so I would think she is deserving of you. Know Self respect. I thought that I just respect her. I just I what I said Nancy and oh I thought Nancy I was GONNA say Nancy Sligo you want that. You don't need that. No I don't you're absolutely right to go ahead so dancy. Pelosi AH announced that they would begin a an impeachment inquiry and this was based on the fact that Donald Trump yesterday take a before said that he had spoken to the Ukrainian president possibly investigating or otherwise mitigating Joe Biden's political medical successes and some people don't that had to do with Donald trump well yeah I mean they they looked at that had to do with Donald Trump's trying to keep biden down John and being able to defeat him right in the two thousand twenty election and that was the feeling there by Democrats and so Nancy Pelosi Pelosi said you know I'm going to I'm sorry said all this stuff though Steve Ozone we'll st bozos joining us here online on our newsmaker line tonight because I you know I wanNA find out from Steve and a lot of other people that are supporters of president trump why it is the president trump has said the Democrats are just as guilty you know. He said that the Democrats have been they were obstructing justice justice and they tried to influence the election to yeah exactly so if he thinks it's a case why it is that they had not Dan that they did not know Oh that they did not they indict people themselves that is correct. Why do they not indict people themselves? Why were they not not indicting p? Y you say why did they. Why did they indict people sounds exactly so Jason Houses police shooting case ask ask the of the of the reconstruction and right and you're Stevens you'll be? NBA Construction Steve you been a long time supporter of president trump's your valley and to tell what do you think is at. Why is it depression? Trump has not indicted nobody on the democratic side when he says justice this is crooked. You know your I'm not so sure I understand so you're saying that president trump was opposed and do what we say that President Ways and president trump indicting people if he thinks they're crooked for us this year Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton you know or four or is there any Casper Guy Mc Camper Casper Lear or whoever Casper spor- Hillary Clinton John Podesta I mean president trump has said he's been saying loud now and he's made to look like a fool and people are laughing at him going or you know however white and you know the Democrats was engaged exactly the same thing. He said that the Democrats were doing the same stuff that that they're accusing trump. Doing you know trying to manipulate the election trying to influence the voting beginning dirt on people so on and so that that has been his standard. The question is why hasn't hasn't heat why he is not president trump gonna he's the President United States. Okay okay okay so as the pres- United States eight he has full full freedom and calm and the conference Moore of people. Whoever needs you and die too I'm here tonight whoever needs to do it. Due to a night I mean why died whoever needs to the jail because they're guilty. Leave something yeah. That's right there. You really the courtroom so why hasn't president trump done that why I'm sorry but why has he done what why hasn't he yeah why why hasn't he had Hillary Clinton arrested or died or something. Why does he had John Podesta arrested or indicted? Why is he had all these Republicans us all all these Democrats indicted and and you know prosecuted for crimes when he says they've done which is just like the crimes? They said that he done you know I don't know what about right no I. I know I mean president. Trump has been victimized by the Democrats and made to look like like an ass and made to look like a fool and I know that's dance kind of your standard things Stephen. I appreciate that what I'm trying to see is no no. I know what you're saying. you see why because I mean he's not he's not he's not attorney general. He's the president he's the top law enforcement officer in the entire country why we talking about. You didn't know that the present state of United States. He's the top law enforcement worst-off Sorta hold cookie. He's the head of the the executive branch of government which has a attorney general the Attorney General. It's the Department of Justice. It's the F. Spe- high on the kid wasn't deal silence of the lambs Margaret do that Yeah Margaret great does impression of Sir Campbell Campbell Lecter Hamble and see him Bong Cambone liker which type man I can. I just take so. I'm a big fan of of of the Hannibal Lecter series and we use it Tamblyn record now. I sound like I'm and I don't mind I would never mind being black. Okay Yeah but you just don't WanNa oh wow and going tick yourself deeper holder Steve not want to clear your throat which you sound like you know. I know I did that you you don't you don't want to be known as Hembo after I not that. I don't want to be known. I WanNa know if the guy that is buyer. Meyer emptied the books that I read that I like that guy. Who's the YOU WANNA be call him bone? I don't want him to call hamble. Why is that are we get a little bit off point? He's right we are getting. Let's stick with the point here. The point is that Donald Trump has not in all of complaint and crying and screaming and crying and I'm not putting him down because you know I am a buyer president trump. I don't want people because remember citizens auxiliary police that all people to know how I voted Okay but still in all yeah still annoy you voted for Donald Trump. I mean I'm not going to say but I also don't want people thinking you know yeah. You don't want people thinking you voted for Clinton so you voted for trump but you don't want people yeah no that way of doing it. I think I think is a fair way to do that so I did vote for Donald Trump but I don't want well. You just announced it. Oh Man mm-hmm yeah that's true. Did you just as you don't want people. No one I don't want I got the reasons donate yeah you gotTA. Give the reasons Bud God so you. You don't want people knowing you voted for Donald Trump but by the way you did vote for Donald Trump okay so now you're making it worse I because what I said was we know what you said so. I don't mean to tell you how to do the show here which maybe Jason He seems and gain I mean I don't WanNa be the buster chops Jane so getting back to the the point that we were initially making Steve. Do How many folks I mean you know He. I think the reason why is because he wants to play three dimensional. He's such a good chess player. He's not gonNA you know. Arrest them to suck commanded. I'll come in until finally sucks. You know it sounds like so much horse Dung. You're really does talking about man. I'll tell you what I'm talking about. If the prayers United States date who is the number one law enforcement officer in in a country has enough evidence to arrest to die and Yes to convict of a very bad a crime. He's not going to sit there and spank. I'm sure they have to put it this way you know but he's not going to sit there and not do anything yes. He's GonNa sit there and not doing anything he's GonNa to do. Something and I'm telling you it's going to do something just as soon as the time is right and and and just you know. He feels that he says it the Times I'm trying he'll give the word he'll have the they'll pass the word down the line some kind of a military operation when he passed down the line whenever he does he'll say thank he'll he'll say three to now you know now. He says three to what Lynn I'm a member of this is police paramilitary organization Eric General. I don't know what you're saying. Yeah okay well. That's what I am and so the way we would do it well. How do you think he'd do both you guys are off piece piece the way I think he'd do it and I think he will do it and there are Lewis got here right now who are hoping and praying trump will finally arrest liberals now? You can't arrest all liberals but I see no. You can't arrest all liberals to Africa crying. You WanNa restaurant. People could be crying at did you yes I do but at and so trump will say yeah like yours. Go three two okay. Now you know okay so he says okay now now. What did he do? Quick under step to where like let's say your job. General Shaw is to rest unlike arrest of first liberal. Let's say let's say jealousy or liberal would say right and you know a countdown and radio receiver well no but I mean you know it's GonNa take place in a certain time of day and you'll hear a guy you know summer because you don't know where all all the people all the people are so no you bet your your your liberal Q. Tried. Tell your cue. Oh my God oh my gone but what's wrong with that man. All Q. is just another way of saying that we're united in our belief that president trump maclean it up. That's all right so what happens when the word comes down okay goal when you're going to arrest all of these liberals all right so you're not gonNA morning new what's going to happen at seven o'clock half past late last night about a half guys always gets every we have a program you stuff like that and the two don't do that. Thanks a lot and plus. We confuse that because one of my subcommanders gleason is five to nine every time I think about five foot two is a blue what I want to have SAS with her so that the problem what I've tried to say here let's get to the point so trump will will give the tail and we believe what's going to happen is president. Trump will get the highest sign then he'll give the high sign and we'll be walking along and we'll know that in that instant president trump will arrest all liberals and we'll finally have a country can three then and be proud of Uh and you'll just you'll be walking and walking and then you'll hear someone maybe the guy will be like a block away. Maybe the girl be you're just into by not you misery was was in you. Buy was being divided about Eve's all right so and I think he said he heard the call to be. There and I'll send you here voice go. If you go and you go yeah and Where are you going your guest? You haven't assigned task okay but you're saying task is what ah you voted for trump to anybody voted for what you have assigned tasks. What about you general? What are you asking me? I have an assigned test to what time comes for the Liberals No. I do not have an assigned task well in something down the plans wrong because the plan is all the people that voted for trump tom including everybody in q. q. and on q t on acuity and Cutie be okay and the and and the PD Hugh all those organizations nations that are queued and they've been lined up in queued and fully buffed they I asked them Steve Steve. What are you talking about? What I'm talking about? You guys wanted to know when we give to win. The high sign comes down for president trump whereas the liberals okay so and I'm talking talking about the various communities talking about Cutie P. I know PD Donahue T- are you kidding me all right so we're talking here with with J. J. Larry Ah with Larry Grover. No that's Larry's not here yet. No Larry is this is just this is. What's your name? All Wow man ups people stephenville Larry Whoever's GONNA be coming up. They'll have that open phones. We'll be doing open phone segment coming up right here on the impeachment roundtable here and standby Larry. We'll be back you just his second Larry here over. He's been with us here on our roundtable and so I mean what I'm trying to say a and maybe I'm probably not. I'm not take it easy. I'm not seeing good. Hey Francis. UK Samsa the citizens police. 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It's the best value online other than porn all the other chumps. All the other chump change all their little donation boxes. Don't put down yeah. These guys are everybody's working for a living and all you guys have patrol and or Patriot or whatever the hell you're all worthy worthy people Mr Harry trade having CS it takes people who've got credit cards doesn't mean that other people don't Oh my God you see that to me for a minute there Shannon's if you were gonNA metamorphasized to be sell at j just covered his face with a piece of paper what does that but you you're gonNA go. You'RE GONNA put a little his job on you might have finished sorry so get a backstage pass description. The world famous Phil Harry Show today now back to Jay settlers impeachment roundtable on the Phil Hendrie show and bring on L. Larry Krueger. There's anybody in the the ails the finish filling every shows mortar voted conservative because these days Donald Trump and Larry grover whose in from Culver City California where he lives with his mother Glory Glory Anthem Anthem and very great to see you Larry. You are a member of the conservative current county on any given day. I think think you're either a brigadier mother can explain Larry is either. He's either a brigadier. No He's done. That's you. That's I thought I'm a Brigadier Abd Oray. If you say so I've got nothing to do with that. Larry has been the president of the of the sears roebuck. She's talking about. The conservative county. Yes Larry has been president of Conservative county or he's been the the treasury secretary. He's been the vice president. He's been the recording secretary he's been delegate. Citizens the current county state convention back in Nineteen wait a minute was ninety nine two thousand two thousand and one at twenty question. If the the organizations called Conservatives inservice occurring Kelly Amin and you go to a state convention create gift Yup so where are the chapters while we have a chapter and as a matter of fact I'm a sort of on withdrawal right now as a member of the Culver City and killing thank you of the Culver City chapter of conserves current county. We have a chapter in Richmond. We have a chapter in Oakland. We have a chapter in purdue. You got a chapter purdue. Where's that that Sanford a deal yeah? I'm sorry you'd San Bernardino. We have a chapter in Fontana. Wait wait wait a minute. Sit The conservative citizens of I'm not done General Mike Await the what is it pope. It's called. It's called conservative current Kelly. May I finish finish what I'm trying to save any. Let Larry Finish all right then you you can jump in. Excuse me excuse me you know I'd rather not be referred to as depolored right now. You're acting like one needs to get this said. I'm probably GONNA sit so the chapters are as follows. We've got one in Fresno one in Bakersfield. We have one in the San Fernando Valley Los Angeles. We Have Ventura chapter. It sounds to me. You said you had one in purdue. Yeah Yeah we do. We have one in Dago and what's Ganga's in San Diego. I still phillies. Where's Jay what happened Jay? Jay Santos has had to take a week and so I think you guys I think you guys are going to be talking among yourselves. You should never walk boy at Phil was here. He'd fire you. We're going to fire me day flash for you okay. You're way off Mike picking up so I knew slash where he can't fire be. I will work for them. Yeah Oh yeah yeah that was about his fruit bowl as it gets it really Jay. Hey do yourself a favor and just back way off of that stuff off of what you're going on yeah so what man can lean yet you're going to see descending general I was GonNa say the conservative Kern county chapters and all the same towns the hells angels to say that again I you said you've got tempters of conservative. Kern county in Burr do Dago Richmond. That's correct yeah just a nickname San Bernardino first of all we haven't. I haven't heard anybody called San Bernardino Bourdieu in years. That's number one number two occasionally occasionally. You hear hear a guy say I'm going to produce for the weekend. I never hear anybody say they're going to purdue for the week. Nobody goes to San Bernardino for anything other than to get gas and drive through San Bernardino thank you that's into any pool. That's Kinda general show. I don't really give a damn. The General Shaw's got to say what I want to say that things that I gotta say okay fine and what are you going to say what I want to say is. I heard what you ask. Steve UH grover. QB Steve Brazil Larry Bird Larry Bird Larry whose Larry Bird play play basketball. I know that we don't have a Guy Ninety Larry Bird here. I what I'm trying to say to you is that Donald Trump is not having anybody arrested because he doesn't. I WanNa you know he's trying to. He's trying to cool it out. He doesn't WanNa have anybody arrested. He want to okay. You guys tried to manipulate the election but I'm not going to arrest. Anybody would just uh-huh oh I see so he's GonNa Excuse me generous bike show so ask is calling him on the ground again. I'm looking AH lost my glasses. I lost my glasses. I don't know where they went so you're seeing that president trump is not going to fulfil his duties as the United States. He's going to let this slide in the interest of what interest of brotherhood or something yeah we gotta say in the interest of being a Patriot it. He's just saying okay you guys trying to F- with me it it didn't work you know I got elected. President added states and all your dirty background dealings but hey hey you know what in the interest of that sounds like one big horse Dung Story. That sounds like something trump would cook up to make it look like he's got a reason why he didn't indict Hillary the region as well as I do. He didn't Indict Hillary Clinton because he doesn't have any go on her. I mean it's hard on argue with that. Don't you think Larry No. I don't think it's hard to argue listen president trump. What do you mean? He doesn't have anything on her. If he had something on her he would have had a restaurant or at least indicted. He's got plenty honor. How do we know that? How do we know that how does how does Donald Trump convinced the American people that he has evidence on her? If you won't act on it yeah yours brother I think Larry's trying to say and I don't defend his position. I agree to that point. I agree with you. Jane with with General Larry is trying to find a way so that the big orange gibbon has been called disrespectful disrespectful Larry so the Big Orange Gibbon has has divined swing on as he swings away from trouble and swings into a more luxury aunt can't and if fully aided tree where he sets up a hut and puts on his his banana suit. You know thank you very much. That was very nice well. I don't know event you mother. You're laughing in a very sick woman. Okay you know she's mental i. I didn't know she's mailing. I think she said there that made sense to me and I voted for trump the big orange gibbons Panana suit. Oh Wow you're not going to give this band of benefit benefit. Anything are you well. It stands again to reason why well he arrests pedestrian. Why won't he arrest Hillary if he he has got the goods? You know why we're going to go to a phone call and we have a line here Karen Karen calling in on vacation here in in California with the here. She is impeach around table. I love your program. I wanted to ask you a big. So have you been my husband which I y is still there winds feel Henry's not here because we're doing impeach roundtable. We'll and fill is headquartered croup. You know we had the crew. Watch language. Okay okay okay. It's my brother-in-law Yeah Okay Joe Upfield not here he'll be back tomorrow night. Go Baby. We fill in res. I thought wow was that lale boy. I tell you I so anyway I wanNA thank everybody who's been here. What what does that? That's the. That's the whole well show. Yes no show for me. I know I get home. I got a whole lot of spanking. I gotta get in. You Know Oh my God. What do you think about that mother? Oh my God thank you very much. Everybody we will see how things develop fill Henry will be back tonight and we do WanNa remind you backstage pass to the world famous Phil Hendrie show and this this coming Saturday there will be a marathon a twenty four hour marathon ideologue. You WanNa tell people because he bought a flip food food food thoroughly edge instead have liked that whatever's wrong with you Santos. I'm grateful. I don't have it Jay Santos impeachment. You've been roundtable brought to you by the Phil Hendrie show executive produced by Phil Hendrie for Samper Incorporated. All rights reserved reserved on podcast. One is general came ashore thanking you for Penis Jay Santos Mover current downtown roundtable on another full spank production get to old navy for thirty percents off your entire purchase forty percents off your purchase when you use or open an use an old navy credit card even on Denham like the new must have fit the boyfriend and textured sweaters. 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COVID Hypocrites

KILF Morning New Podcast

05:01 min | 4 months ago

COVID Hypocrites

"Sufficient ernie brown as you drive in this morning getting all the news from david. Amy drive home with me and talk about all the day's stories in the metroplex afternoons four till seven right here on real news information. Five seventy fail gavin newsom. The first one we talked about who is hypocrites. We've done some many stories now elected leaders in positions of trying to set a good example for their constituents nen covid nineteen things stay home. Don't go out stan. Mass wear a mask don't don't be around anybody except your immediate family and don't pay any attention to anything i'm saying or anything i'm doing just do as i say not as i do and it's still going on. Yeah at tarrant county. Judge glen whitley extended. The countywide mask mandate to february twenty eighth prompting a strong rebuke from citizens and republican party. Chair alan west and a photo surfaced on thanksgiving day of several cars parked at a house in hearse that according to the tarrant appraisal district is owned by whitley and his wife might have had some some thanksgiving guests over. This is Judge whitley who previously asked governor abbot for permission to fine people for not wearing a mask. Judge whitley told all of us to only eat at home with our immediate family and to wear masks during thanksgiving according to a post by true texas projects. Ceo julie mccarthy meantime. He's got five vehicles in an rv at his house on august sixteenth. Whitley's daughter posted a photo of him without a mask at her birthday party. A photo of dallas county judge clay jenkins at a wedding in october. Not wearing a mask. Unlike most of the people at the wedding and they aren't the only elected officials in texas caught going against what they suggest. Mandate nintendo no. No no no mayor steve adler of austin in early november. He hosted an outdoor wedding and reception with twenty guests for his daughter. And the next morning he and seven other wedding attendees boarded a private jet for kabo. San lucas a vacation for a week at a family timeshare. The thing is that Mayor adler had been telling people he does a a a nightly facebook show of some sort. He does his own life facebook thing and he says he said Well he actually posted. Facebook live while he was in mexico. Yeah he said. We need to stay home if you can. This is not the time to relax. We're going to be looking really closely. We may have to close things down. If we're not cancelled if meantime hobbies in kabul and he didn't he didn't say that and he apologized on wednesday after the austin american statesman reports about his activities so he was found out. They give me this half last apology. I regret this travel. My fear is that this travel even having happened during a safer. Whatever could be used by some as justification for risky behavior. Will you think in hindsight and even though it violated no order. It said a bad example for which i apologize. Think boy. I don't know i mean it's one thing if you're going to hold an event let's say you have a child getting married and let's say there's ten members of the family who were going to attend and you all quarantine for fourteen days before that event something something like that. Yeah that him okay with. Yeah but if you're mayor of a major city it just the optics do not look good. Were governor of a major state mayor of san francisco. We mentioned a little while ago. Mayor of san francisco caught having a dinner party at that same restaurant. That gavin newsom was at the night after gavin newsom wizar- and Let's see sheila. You'll los angeles county supervisor. And what am i trying to think. I don't remember but yeah and what's her name getting her hair done. Diane nancy pelosi nancy pelosi. I know and it's and they're all democrats all of its five fifty five. That is really hard to save missing to. It's five fifty five and accepted andrea tax. He in dallas. I forty five northbound between labar pennsylvania avenue. The right lane is closed yet for overnight construction. It's backed up onto one. Seventy five pound. What all rogers westbound at field and acted as reported.

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Nancy Pelosi

Throughline

24:31 min | 2 years ago

Nancy Pelosi

"Hey, louis. I'm Rhonda Fateh and on this episode of through line from NPR the ballad of Nancy Pelosi. Nancy Pelosi is the speaker of the house of representatives and second line for the presidency. She's also one of the most polarizing figures in American politics today, and depending on where you sit she's either a villain or a brilliant politician. But without a doubt, she is a political force for more than a decade. She's had a leadership role in the Democratic Party. And even though she lost her speakership in two thousand eleven she managed to get it back something that's a rare political feet earlier this year. She started her second run a speaker of the house and within weeks. She was having a standoff with President Trump over the government shutdown. We came in here in good faith. An and we entering into of this kind of discussion in the public. Not bad no transparency transparency while we're not stability to a set of facts of cheese become a foil to President Trump in enemy of the right? And on the left she's had to contend with rebellions maintain control immunity over a party. That's increasingly divided that Nancy Pelosi the one we see in the headlines all the time the one who stared down Trump over the shutdown. She's kind of an Igna. So we wanted to know who is Nancy Pelosi, and what made her the person we see today. One of the most powerful political figures in America. So most of us know Nancy Pelosi as the speaker of the house, the Representative from San Francisco, but her story really starts in Baltimore why she was born Nancy Dallas entre into a family that lived and breathed politics. Her father was the mayor of Baltimore also served in the house representatives. Her brother was the mayor of Baltimore. She grew up in a political talion family fear. Very devoutly Catholic family tau proud about talion where it can heritage fiercely patriotic and staunchly democratic and almost everything she learned about politics. She literally learned at her father's knee. That's lane Povich senior correspondent for state line and author of Nancy Pelosi, a biography, she says that what Pelosi learned as a girl was turn kind of old fashioned machine politics at its heart. It was a pretty simple kind of transaction. Folks would come to the Dulles Andro home and in the front room. Little Nancy would sit with a file and the folks who would come would ask for things they needed the trash picked up in their neighborhoods. Somebody in their neighborhood wasn't doing well in needed help with job or needed help with food and mayor Dila Sandro would see what he could do to help. But their name was recorded in what was called the favor file, and when election time came don't, you know, they opened that favor file and looked to those people for whom they had done favors to help out at election time, everything was organized, you could count those votes. You knew who would vote for you. But the Dila Sandro family didn't expect Nancy their only daughter to enter the family business at least not as a candidate. She went to college got married. She had five children in six years and moved to San Francisco still politics was in her blood, and she found ways to stay involved. She was a wife. And a mother, but she was also an organizer behind the scenes, she stuffed envelopes, she had meetings at her house. She taught the children had a stuff envelopes. They went canvassing, and she generally had a stroller or two with her and maybe one by the hand, so Nancy whose last name was now Pelosi stayed involved in local politics and did a lot of the behind the scenes work that it takes to get people elected. She knew how to keep things together on-track organized just like she learned as a little girl, and she was really good at raising money holding dinner parties that doubled as fundraisers for the Democratic Party in California. And then in nineteen eighty seven as our kids were growing up and leaving home. She was Hansel elected and endorsed to take the congressional seat of a longtime friend who was dying to many. It seemed like she was cutting in line as you can imagine. There are a lot of people who wanted that seat. They thought she was just a wife and a mother, and you know, sort of Adila. Todd, and she came an organized and she eventually won that primary. So at forty seven Nancy Pelosi was elected to congress for the first time and after her swearing in. She did something unusual. She asked to make a speech on the floor of the house. She was told in no uncertain terms. No. No freshmen are allowed to speak. That was back before. Everybody was allowed to speak were literally a backbencher you're supposed to sit back and watch for a few decades thing were allowed to open your mouth. And finally, she said, well, I just like to make us short speech, and the speaker of the house agreed the gentleman asked to address the house. Without objection. The gentlewoman from California is wreck. Thank you very much. Mr Speaker, the leadership and her first speed, I'm sure about the aids crisis, which was affecting San Francisco at that time. And now, we must take the leadership, of course, in the crisis of aids, and I look for for to working with you on that. But I just want to say one thing Mr Speaker, and it was devastating to San Francisco and not very popular topic in Washington or a lot of other places. It was considered a plague on the gay community. So right away Nancy Pelosi made it clear that she wasn't going to sit on the sidelines and wait her turn. She was going to play the game the way she knew how the way her family pleaded on her own terms coming up how she went from freshman congresswoman to house leadership. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the great courses offering digital video series on a new history of the American South. Dr Ed of the history podcast backstory provides an extensive exploration into the story and legacy of the south and its role in shaping the US. The great courses has a special offer for through line listeners. Order a digital copy of a new history of the American South and get eighty five percent off the original price to get this offer. Go to the great courses dot com slash through line. Now that may says has lost all its territory what happens to the people ISIS left behind. She chose taika so fat that she should starting Syria. And what about their children? How it ends a new series on embedded. Okay. So Nancy Pelosi begins as just another member of congress won in four hundred thirty five, but she spends the next decade leveraging little power that she has. She got a seat on the appropriations committee where deals are made and money is spent she uses that position to raise money and help her allies because Pelosi's district is so safely democratic she's able to spend much of the time. She would have been spending fighting for reelection. Instead supporting others money is the grease that makes the machine for. So if you have money, you can turn the levers of politics, you can make the power work, you can have friends because you helped them, and they will help you. It's the favor file all over again. If you go out and help someone raise money, and then you turn to them and say, hey, I'd like your vote for speaker. It's very very hard for them to say, no. And so by the early two thousands all of our instincts and all of her skills accumulate at this point Pelosi launched a bid to become house minority whip which is one of the most powerful positions in congress. Their job is to make sure that as many possible members of the party vote together by launching that bid, she made clear her ambitions for leadership and for breaking barrier. She also understood that the women's movement was odd continuing to grow in strength and power. So she sensed I think that the time was right for a woman to move into leadership. And it was sort of like why not her? And she won Pelosi became house minority whip beating out longtime rivals, Steny Hoyer. She stood out for a lot of her left-leaning positions, including her vocal opposition to the Iraq war. The president has spoken in his speech. The other night he talked about rebuilding Iraq, the Konami after our invasion. We have problems with our own economy. We must focus on building our own economy before we were at the time. Pelosi was sort of the intellectual leader of the progressive left of the Democratic Party. What I think has allowed her to remain in strengthen is that wing of the Democratic Party. The liberal progressive wing has grown that Sudan service. Congressional correspondent for NPR in two thousand seven Pelosi was elected speaker of the house. She got there by building up lionesses cashing in on favors. And of course with. One of the best fundraising skills in democratic politics. Plus, she had a thick skin. Now, I don't think that they would probably be stomached in our national political dialogue. But the way that she was attacked for her looks or her appearances. I mean, those kind of jokes. She has sustained for decades. And I just think she kind of she brushes it off. I think you have to you can't let it be about you. So I think she's always shown an ability when she's gone into sort of the legislative arena. You know, she keeps notes she definitely keeps receipts. But someone who has been your legislative opponent one year could be your ally. The next basically, she learned how to win it politics. How to whip votes as far as I can think there's never been a time in her career. And she was she was the whip before she was leader. And she was leader before she was speaker. So she's done all these facets of leadership that when the votes really mattered when she had to come up with the votes to put up the numbers. I don't think there's ever been a situation where she failed in. She's the kind of leader who is really tough. But she's also at the same time, really nice. And so you don't recognize what? She's working. Yeah. This is former congresswoman Donna Edwards. She came to congress in two thousand eight after winning a special election an election which Nancy Pelosi had supported Edwards opponent. So on her first day she met with Pelosi. And as you get imagine. It was probably awkward I had the one on one sit down with her and her office where she gets to discuss your hopes dreams and aspirated ins as house speaker Pelosi had the power to assign members of congress to committees, and she wasn't shy about using that as a tool to get people on her side. She asked me about what I wanted to do. And she was what I noticed is. She was incredibly familiar with my background. And so I remember saying I wanted to go on the energy in congress committee. Right freshman, I wanna go on energy and commerce coming in the middle of session. When of course, there are no seats available on energy and commerce. She said, well, you know, your district is having. A lot of transportation issues. You know, you trying to get that purple line built. And she knew everything about my district and wouldn't be great for you to be on the transportation committee. It's an Amish. She had me sold committee assignments can be used as a reward. Or as a warning? She doesn't like to pick fights in public with people. But I do think she would call somebody into our office and sit them down and look in the eye and say, you will never get a seat on the judiciary committee, and then she leaves it on you to walk out of the office. And if you want to tell the press that I just told you that you'll never be on the comes out looking. Okay. Yeah. You know? And there are people that will say that that's not fair or that's an abuse of power. But I always say you have to remember that party politics are team politics. And if you don't keep the team together, everything falls apart. And so I think sometimes she sees her role is like you have to punish some players. You have to lift up other players and all of it is in the goal of keeping them all on the same team at the same time. So after learning how to use all the tools, she has a speaker Pelosi just over two years into her tenure was about to face her. Biggest challenge yet? You're in the summer of two thousand nine House Democratic leaders unveiled legislation on healthcare and it quickly became the subject of fierce debate. Members of congress are back home holding town hall meetings on the issue in meeting after meeting there's been a pattern of disruption. Since. Question. Phone. It's changed shouting members of congress so loud at times police are called let me tell you the American people don't want this to pass the Republicans. Don't want us to pass. There will be no Republican votes for this Bill. He was a once in a generation battle that seemed to divide the country. One of the most far reaching bills in modern American history hangs in the balance this morning and a handful of wavering Democrats will decide whether to vote for health care reform or let the president's signature issued die on the house floor. Even if Pelosi could find the votes among members of her own party. It seemed clear that supporting health care reform was likely to come with serious consequences. I think they were very clear eyed at what this could do to their majorities. They were looking at the same polling data. Everyone else was they were seeing town hall meetings all over this country where people were completely divided and I think Pelosi solve this Bill and this policy. As bigger than her majority as bigger than her speakership sued. Davis says that at one meeting with their caucus things got pretty contentious as they neared the final vote. Many members were starting to get nervous. So Lucy got up and was like it is not your job to perpetuate your own self in congress. That's not why you're here. You're here to advance policies that are going to help this country essentially telling her own members. Yeah. Some of you are going to lose because of this Bill, and we're still going to do it. And if you think about that in terms of the cowardice of so much of our politics that is one of the boldest bravest brashest moves a leader with a very tenuous majority could have done. After a year of debates protests and deal making congress has passed a healthcare reform Bill to with great pride that we tonight we'll make history for our country. Nancy Pelosi gavel down that Bill about eleven fifteen pm passing it by the skin of its teeth. We will be joining those who stabbed social security Medicare and now tonight health care for all Americans. The Bill passed the house by just seven votes. And even though in the next election Pelosi lost their speakership, and the Democrats lost majority. I think if you were to go and talk to any of those members who took that vote and lost their races. They still tell you that. It was the best vote. They ever took. Maybe more than anyone else including President Obama. The passage of the Affordable Care Act made Pelosi the face of health care reform, and that made her target Republicans have spent tens of millions of dollars on attack ads against her Mansi. Pelosi was safely confined to liberal San Francisco now gorged on our taxpayer dollars Pelosi his grown into a power hungry lights defies, Connor. But in Washington he'd be one of Pelosi. She joined Pelosi enjoying to take more of your money to fund sex study programs of San Francisco prostitutes. I remember going out into district's campaign in twenty ten twenty twelve and I'd wake up in some hotel room, and and it's television on and it'd be this commercial. It would have the face of this candidate. And then it would just kind of mold like the exercises into Nancy Pelosi's face. And it was scary. Like what the heck? Dennis nancy. She has become a villain in the tale of divided government. You if you look at her fever on Fave ratings for politicians, she's deeply unpopular in this country by a significant number of people. But I don't know how much of that is because of the things she's done on her own or how much her political opponents have successfully defined her despite all of those tax Pelosi seemed to stay focused on the long game. You have to take the long view. And I've heard Nancy say this that you don't look at a victory through the lens of what happens today to look at where it is ten years down the long the rest of us think in snippets. But really, I don't think like following that major defeat after decades in office. Pelosi didn't give up on politics. She went back to doing which she was really good at raising money. She is one hell of a fundraiser. And she has probably raised. More money for the Democratic Party than almost anyone certainly as much as Bill and Hillary Clinton and probably even more than Barack Obama because a lot of Obama's fundraising was for Obama himself. Nobody comes even close. This fundraising is key to ANSI Pelosi's power. And it's one of the things that makes it hard to imagine anyone else taking her place. She has managed to figure out raise an awful lot of money from an awful lot of people and Democrats who are in tough districts should understand the value of that. We don't have anybody else in our party who can do that. After Democrats took back the house in twenty teen. Pelosi was ready to claim the speakership again. But not everyone in her party was excited about that idea, including a group of sixteen democratic members of congress who represented a rising insurgency within the party, they even wrote a letter opposing Polisi others, like incoming freshman Representative from the Bronx Alexandria, Akasa Cortez. Joined a protest at Pelosi's office to push her to faster action on climate change. Each and every physical one of you. Thousands and your body and. Hang on the line. Make sure that was save our generation. It was clear there were a lot of factions within the party, and it wouldn't be easy to unify them. All. Just like with Don Edwards Pelosi asked for a meeting with Ocasa Cortez after she'd won her race fi were fly on the wall. I would say it probably went something. Like, congratulations Alexandria for winning the seat decision rate. It was time for new blood, and you did that congratulations. Now. What do you need for some Pelosi did what she always did offer them something in return for their support? But other Democrats still thought she'd been in leadership too long. So she also had to make another commitment. She promised to only serve two terms as speaker because people felt she was too old at seventy eight to do it for long and for years from now, we'll see this might be the final question Pelosi has to answer. When is the right time to step aside and pass the reigns onto someone else? This is something about her that I think will be debated for when she's long gone from politics is did she stayed too long. She have laughed. She has had a not insignificant and potentially growing number of Democrats in the house who are eager for her to to exit gracefully. There was an expectation when they lost the majority that she would bow out Pelosi allies would argue that there is a part of her that would like to leave. No, one was ready to step up, and that leaving would leave a leadership vacuum that would lead the party worse than if she stayed that is certainly Polisi ally arguments, I think there are Pelosi critics who would say no new generation can rise as long as you staying because nobody wants to look like they are positioning or maneuvering or trying to take out the first woman speaker of the house, and that it would be healthy for the party if she were to exit and let them fight it out. That's it for this week show. I'm run that rump to and you've been listening to NPR. This episode was produced by route Tina meet our team includes Jamie York, Jerry, Anna, hope Lawrence, nor was Michelle Lance. Niger? Thanks also to on your gunman. Chris Turpin, Susan Cummings. I music was composed by drop lecture. If you like something you heard or you have an idea for an episode. These rights do lie and MPR dot or hit us up on Twitter at through line and PR. Thanks for listening. 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