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"national abortion rights league" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:59 min | 6 months ago

"national abortion rights league" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody, happy Monday, ask me anything episode that was done. I know the news in Ukraine is unfolding and happening in real time and so some of this is timeless commentary. Email is directly freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com and support us at Charlie Kirk dot com slash support. Get involved with turning point USA Today at TP USA dot com TPUSA dot com to high school or college chapter today at TP USA dot com. Ask me anything episode where I take your questions, you've emailed me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com buckle up. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie, he's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. Alex from Ohio says Charlie, can you explain or elaborate on Joe Biden's Supreme Court pick? So in the midst of all this, as Ukraine is being invaded and we've spent a considerable amount of warranted time on that, by the way, there's a lot happening in our own country that we can not and should not lose sight of. So Joe Biden in the midst of all this suspiciously decides that just announce his Supreme Court pick while all this is happening. And so it is a woman in black woman as he promised by the name of catan G Brown, Jackson. And so far, there are many people that are very happy about this. On the left, the Fox News dot com article says katangi Brown Jackson's nomination to the Supreme Court delights progressives. She was a public defender, and we're diving into her background. She's described as a rather progressive individual. We don't have a lot of evidence to show that yet, I'm sure it's there, but the media is not really diving into her, but I guarantee you in the next coming days and weeks, there will be oppo dump after oppo dump of everything that she has said before. But here's a couple right here. In 2019, she used the Russian collusion hoax as an excuse to justify mandating that former White House counsel Don McCann testify before the House judiciary committee. More than two decades ago, Breyer apprenticed that Breyer pendas penned an amicus brief for the national abortion rights league, Nero, and other organizations that killed babies in the womb. In support of a Democrat backed law that prevented pro life protesters from congregating outside abortion facilities. Continues, Cory bush, who is a radical anti American leftist from Missouri, says this quote 233 years. That's how long we have waited to have a black woman nominated the Supreme Court. Judge katangi Brown, Jackson is a form of public defender with a record of standing up for justice. There are no words to describe how my soul is moved by witnessing her nomination. Now let's just stop here. First of all, what is a woman? I want to ask Cory bush, what is a woman? Why does it matter? I thought womanhood is complete, according to Cory book, men can become pregnant. The same people that are celebrating Brown Jackson coming to the Supreme Court should remind themselves that clarence Thomas is also on the Supreme Court, one of only two black men if I remember correctly, two black men ever to serve on the United States Supreme Court yet it's complete silence from the left on that interesting. Carey of a Reno. President of the conservative group judicial crisis network says, quote, she's someone who has a record of being regularly overturned by the D.C. circuit, including the most liberal judges on that circuit. Now, she doesn't have a long opinion record, however it's very clear that she's a progressive and progressives are embracing her with open arms. Basically everything this woman has authored before she came to this circuit was always overturned and sent she was confirmed despite hearing arguments that September, she has yet to author an opinion and she still didn't have any. So they just don't want a long record that could get, let's say, stalled or delayed or have a potential moment where this becomes more controversial for them than it needs to be. Adam Herman says quote, I don't know anything about her, but a public defender ascended to the Supreme Court is a pretty big deal. Seems great. Now, judge content G Jackson, according to the Eli's stokels, says she'll be the first black female justice, third black justice and the first public defender. Now, why race matters into how you interpret constitutional decisions is beyond me? Does it matter anything at all? No matter who you are. Matters who you are, it matters your opinion of.

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Who Is Ketanji Brown Jackson? A Closer Look at Biden's SCOTUS Nominee

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:34 min | 6 months ago

Who Is Ketanji Brown Jackson? A Closer Look at Biden's SCOTUS Nominee

"Alex from Ohio says Charlie, can you explain or elaborate on Joe Biden's Supreme Court pick? So in the midst of all this, as Ukraine is being invaded and we've spent a considerable amount of warranted time on that, by the way, there's a lot happening in our own country that we can not and should not lose sight of. So Joe Biden in the midst of all this suspiciously decides that just announce his Supreme Court pick while all this is happening. And so it is a woman in black woman as he promised by the name of catan G Brown, Jackson. And so far, there are many people that are very happy about this. On the left, the Fox News dot com article says katangi Brown Jackson's nomination to the Supreme Court delights progressives. She was a public defender, and we're diving into her background. She's described as a rather progressive individual. We don't have a lot of evidence to show that yet, I'm sure it's there, but the media is not really diving into her, but I guarantee you in the next coming days and weeks, there will be oppo dump after oppo dump of everything that she has said before. But here's a couple right here. In 2019, she used the Russian collusion hoax as an excuse to justify mandating that former White House counsel Don McCann testify before the House judiciary committee. More than two decades ago, Breyer apprenticed that Breyer pendas penned an amicus brief for the national abortion rights league, Nero, and other organizations that killed babies in the womb. In support of a Democrat backed law that prevented pro life protesters from congregating outside abortion facilities. Continues, Cory bush, who is a radical anti American leftist from Missouri, says this quote 233 years. That's how long we have waited to have a black woman nominated the Supreme Court. Judge katangi Brown, Jackson is a form of public defender with a record of standing up for justice. There are no words to describe how my soul is moved by witnessing her nomination. Now let's just stop here. First of all, what is a woman? I want to ask Cory bush, what is a woman? Why does it matter? I thought womanhood is complete, according to Cory book, men can become pregnant. The same people that are celebrating Brown Jackson coming to the Supreme Court should remind themselves that clarence Thomas is also on the Supreme Court, one of only two black men if I remember correctly, two black men ever to serve on the United States Supreme Court yet it's complete silence from the left on that interesting.

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"national abortion rights league" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"national abortion rights league" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The far left is actively working to a race our god given rights shut down faith based charities and religious believers from the public square they're coming after me because I am fighting for you and we are fighting for those who have no voice and we will win because we know how to win we because we know how the wind to get going that was the president and I was there with my wife in the crowd it was incredible up as president since roe V. Wade to address in person the March for life and who else is there somebody who is in the studio with me he managed to escape it wasn't easy the secret service the park Rangers have blocked off blocks and blocks of terra tree outside the March for life we have to go through magnetometers it was crazy but he made it into the studio he is the John Cage of political philosophy a fellow mackerel Snapple like myself and Michael J. Knowles all but of the daily why a follow him a Michael J. moves on Twitter he is the voice the fast behind my friend Andrew clay Evans incredible another kingdom the book the podcast and he's got a new podcast Michael welcome back to America first seven so good to be here I'm I'm glad I could make it out from probably the most moving demonstration I've ever been to which was this year's March for life and then come out and hang out with you in the studio I'm so glad you made it listen it really is historic isn't it what what what what do we have to wait for for Donald Trump why is this the first president let's not forget we have now had six Republican presidents this is going on Nixon Ford Reagan bush one bush too and it took until Donald Trump to get any of them to show up to the March for life what does this mean this is I have added this eleven minute monologue with the show because I was riding that wave of emotion when I arrived in the studio today and for me and may be I'm too close to it maybe the fact that I worked for Mr trump and then present from maybe I'm just seeing a little bit little bit skewed but let me ask you any body off the today who calls themselves a conservative and says the president trump isn't a conservative they don't have a leg to stand under that they don't have a single leg to stand on here's here's what they were saying before specially I'm pro life they said when Donald Trump was considering running for president in nineteen ninety nine he described himself as very pro choice which is true he did a lot of people did that then he changed his mind he matured and he is now thank the Democrats say involved we have always been involved that's right you know he's now indisputably the my mobile right by president ever had ever ever in history on the judges on the Mexico City policy on partially defunding Planned Parenthood second amendment ever right on and on and on and he's actually in good company when you talk about people who used to support abortion who no longer support abortion you've got Norma McCorvey who was Jane roe you're ready people forget that the regional Dodge rush St row of roe V. Wade the the one eighty she did a complete one eighty she became a major pro life activist and she called her participation in roe V. Wade which really she was just used by these lawyers I but she called that participation the biggest regret of her life you've got doctor Bernard Nathanson the man behind the industrial line Zetian of abortion I mean he co founded name around the national abortion rights league still around today he became one of the loudest pro life voices in the country he debunked a ton of pro abortion lies and you've got you've got myself light when I was a young man I would have defended abortion and I remember I had a lunch in Washington with a female professor of mine we debated the issue and she asked me which of my stupid arguments for abortion could not equally apply to killing hole scores of other people who were older who were in cities were there I mean we're not just talking a little babies anymore and I thought gosh my view doesn't make any sense because if you can say a baby is inconvenient right you can say I don't know an old person exact a handicap person a person of color right could be inconvenient why is this is the same as all of Coles I mean this went actually we when you bring up a person of color let's not forget the eugenics origins of Outlander hood exactly let's let the this is this is if you haven't seen it it's called death of a nation that Dinesh d'souza's most recent from I believe it and he reconstructs and he has the documents he has the left is the minutes of the meetings the **** party meeting way Hitler Adolf Hitler sends a message to his cronies but he would like very much to send a letter of congratulations to Margaret sang us the founder of Planned Parenthood full her eugenics for her racism this same Margaret Sanger who's a war is on a dusty mantle peace in Hillary Clinton's Chappaquiddick code that's right and so you've got people like Jane roe Bernard Nathanson and Donald Trump who who once supported abortion and then became very strong pro life activists that's good company to be in but what does it mean for you know the editor of Christianity Today who told us if you're still in your call vote for Donald Trump what is he saying today has he stood up for pro life like this president it's so outrageous it's such a silly of pearl clutching it misses the point entirely if we're talking about a million babies a year being killed because of this horrific policy this is completely imaginary constitutional right to abortion but based upon and this is so a grieving yeah the original Supreme Court decision roe V. Wade was based on this utterly facetious and spears argument of the right to privacy that's right tags as if killing a baby in the womb is okay because you have to do things in secret right by the way killing people as a public act all right that's no longer a private act but you have that on one side and then you've got what some mean tweets on the other and you don't see that one of those priorities is more important than the other one does this mean Michael knows that I'm I keep asking this question because I want it to happen is today the final day of the president's speech talking about golf grace prefer taking the most vulnerable in society is this the day where we finally put that big wooden stake through the never trump thinking they're probably around three people left were never drum but it it the arguments always come down to look at something he said twenty years ago well you know the the good story here is that people change Saint Paul was a murderer the Jews right who wanted to persecute people for their beliefs who became one of the greatest possible exactly and you know I mean that's a very particular example but people change all the time this happens every day of wise people are able to change with new information and it certainly seems that the president has done that and I wish his detractors would do that too what's the next log argument going to use is going to be his skin color is to our engineer what what what's left I would consider that very racist room for them to make that are good point they might know go get wrapped up in their own in their own illogical so is it over it's never from data that you know the yellow crystals of the world and Morris and even Hazen do you do you see a lot in the way of bill weld's presidential campaign these days exactly I don't see a lot of good primary opponents on the right now is it true Michael miles it recently EM a certain very famous senator who looks much better in a bit cold you up instantly does it define called you up and said Hey the Knowles I want to do a daily part cost would you do it with me is it true that is almost exactly in that role yes we will well that would be the one and only senator Ted Cruz so you now have a daily part because you and Ted Cruz yes war said about what's it called it's called verdict with Ted Cruz and the amazing thing about this show is like a movie it's I know if Ted Cruz it it very well may be because I got to tell you Ted Cruz is now one of the rising podcast stores so you you have a breaking point us where are you now in the ratings the protest the podcast has jumped to it last night when we were filming our episode at two in the morning we've been doing it after the impeachment trial every night the senator comes from from the capital drives over to the studio and we go straight into it it was at the top ten last night it is now in the top five worldwide so the senator is now one of the most famous podcasters in a minute he's not he's not you the Senate is I mean he came to you didn't he modeled the story right do you know I I would love to take one hundred percent credit for but really you know what the show is is we sit down there and I sat three yeah yeah this is at three AM your recordings and what's incredible to this man Ted Cruz has been sitting through it now I guess thirty five hours of this tedious boring impeachment trial and then he shows up in the middle of the nineties jazz and he's just he's ready to go and I'm a night person to write out you know he is I yeah I didn't realize I'm certainly maybe not like you guys because I'm slumping over essay pretty much my entire role in the podcast is a senator what on earth happened today and he breaks it down like come on you got to try out you gotta let slide up in smoke.

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"national abortion rights league" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"national abortion rights league" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And I was there with my wife in the crowd it was incredible up as president since roe V. Wade to address in person the March for life and who else was the somebody who is in the studio with me he managed to escape it wasn't easy the secret service the park Rangers have blocked off blocks and blocks of terra tree outside the March for life we have to go through magnetometers it was crazy but he made it into the studio he is the John Cage of political philosophy a fellow mackerel Snapple like myself and Michael J. Knowles all but of the daily why a follow him a Michael J. moves on Twitter he is the voice the fest behind my friend Andrew clay Evans incredible another kingdom the book the podcast and he's got a new podcast Michael welcome back to America first seven so good to be here I'm I'm glad I could make it out from probably the most moving demonstration I've ever been to which was this year's March for life and then come out and hang out with you in the studio I'm so glad you made it listen it really is historic isn't it what what what do we have to wait for for Donald Trump why is this the first president let's not forget we have now had six Republican presidents this is going on Nixon Ford Reagan bush one bush too and it took until Donald Trump to get any of them to show up to the March for life what does this mean this is I have added this eleven minute monologue with the show because I was riding that wave of the motion when I arrived in the studio today and for me and may be a too close to it maybe the fact that I worked for Mr trump and then present from maybe I'm just seeing a little bit little bit skewed but let me ask you any body off the today who calls themselves a conservative and says the president trump is in the conservative they don't have a leg to stand on to that they don't have a single leg to stand on here's here's what they were saying before specially I'm pro life they said when Donald Trump was considering running for president in nineteen ninety nine he described himself as very pro choice which is true he did a lot of people did that then he changed his mind he matured and he is now high on the Democrats say involved we have always been involved that's right you know he's now indisputably the my mobile right by president ever ever ever in history on the judges on the Mexico City policy on partially defunding Planned Parenthood second amendment right on and on and on and he's actually in good company when you talk about people who used to support abortion who no longer support abortion you've got Norma McCorvey who was Jane roe you're ready people forget that the regional Dodge rush St row of roe V. Wade did a one eighty she did a complete one eighty she became a major pro life activist and she called her participation in roe V. Wade which really she was just used by these lawyers I but she called that participation the biggest regret of her life you've got doctor Bernard Nathanson the man behind the industrial line Zetian of abortion I mean he co founded name around the national abortion rights league still around today he became one of the loudest pro life voices in the country he debunked a ton of pro abortion lies and you've got you've got myself I when I was a young man I would have defended abortion and I remember I had a lunch in Washington with a female professor of mine we debated the issue and she asked me which of my stupid arguments for abortion could not equally apply to killing hole scores of other people who were older who were in cities were there I mean we're not just talking a little babies anymore and I thought gosh my view doesn't make any sense because if you can say a baby is inconvenient right you can say I don't know an old person exact a handicapped person a person of color right could be inconvenient why is this is the same as all of Coles I mean this went actually we when you bring up a person of color let's not forget the eugenics origins of all land road exactly let's let the this is this is if you haven't seen it it's called death of a nation that Dinesh d'souza's most recent from I believe it and he reconstruct and he has the documents he has the left is the minutes of the meetings the **** party meeting way Hitler Adolf Hitler sends a message to his cronies but he would like them to send a letter of congratulations to Margaret sang us the founder of Planned Parenthood full her eugenics for her racism this same Margaret Sanger who's a war is on a dusty mantle peace in Hillary Clinton's Chappaquiddick code that's right and so you've got people like Jane roe Bernard Nathanson and Donald Trump who who once supported abortion and then became very strong pro life activists that's good company to be in but what does it mean for you know the editor of Christianity Today who told us if you're still in your pond vote for Donald Trump what is he saying to date has he stood up for pro life like this president it's so outrageous it's such a silly of parole clutching it misses the point entirely if we're talking about a million babies a year being killed because of this horrific policy this is completely imaginary constitutional right to abortion but based upon and this is so a grieving yeah the original Supreme Court decision roe V. Wade was based on this utterly facetious and spears argument of the right to privacy that's right tags as if killing a baby in the womb is okay because you have to do things in secret right by the way killing people as a public act alright that's no longer a private act but you have that on one side and then you've got what some mean tweets on the other and you don't see that one of those priorities is more important than the other one does this mean Michael knows that I'm I keep asking this question because I want it to happen is today the final day of the president's speech talking about golf grace prefer taking the most vulnerable in society is this the day where we finally put that big wooden stake through the never trump thinking they're probably around three people left we're never drum but it it the arguments always come down to look at something he said twenty years ago well you know the the good story here is that people change Saint Paul was a murderer all the Jews right who wanted to persecute people for their beliefs who became one of the greatest possible exactly and you know I mean that's a very particular example but people change all the time this happens every day of wise people are able to change with new information and it certainly seems that the president has done that and I wish his detractors would do that too what's the next log argument going to use is going to be his skin color is to our engineer what what what's left I would consider that very racist room for them to make that are good point they might know go get wrapped up in their own in their own illogic so is it over it's never from dad other you know yeah elle crystals of the world and worse I mean even Hazen do you do you see a lot in the way of bill weld's presidential campaign these days exactly I don't see a lot of good primary opponents on the right now is it true Michael miles it recently EM a certain very famous senator who looks much better in a bit cold you up instantly as it's a fact call you up and said Hey the Knowles I wouldn't do it daily put cost would you do it with me is it true that is almost exactly that role yes well that would be the one and only senator Ted Cruz so you now have a daily part because you and Ted Cruz yes what's it about what's it called it's called verdict with Ted Cruz and the amazing thing about this show is like a movie it's I know if Ted Cruz it it very well may be because I got to tell you Ted Cruz is now one of the rising podcast stores so you you have a breaking point us where are you now in the ratings the protest the podcast has jumped to it last night when we were filming our episode at two in the morning we've been doing it after the impeachment trial every night the senator comes from from the capital drives over to the studio and we go straight into it it was at the top ten last night it is now in the top five worldwide so the senator is now one of the most famous podcasters gonna he's not he's not you the Senate is I mean he came to you didn't he modeled the story right do you know I I would love to take one hundred percent credit for but really you know what the show is is we sit down there and I sat three a at this is at three AM your records and what's incredible to this man Ted Cruz has been sitting through it now I guess thirty five hours of this tedious boring impeachment trial and then he shows up in the middle of the nineties jazz and he's just he's ready to go and I'm a night person too right you know I I he is I yeah I didn't realize I'm certainly maybe not like you guys because I'm slumping over I say pretty much my entire role in the podcast is a senator what on earth happened today and he breaks it now like come on you gotta try how'd you gotta let slide up to Stoke smoking a cigar I don't wear any while he's Michael no solid right now Michael J. in those of the daily why the man the voice behind another kingdom with my friend and you play with an.

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"national abortion rights league" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"national abortion rights league" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And who else was the somebody who is in the studio with me he managed to escape it wasn't easy the secret service the park Rangers have blocked off blocks and blocks of terra tree outside the March for life we have to go through magnetometers it was crazy but he made it into the studio he is the John Cage of political philosophy a fellow mackerel Snapple like myself and Michael J. Knowles all but of the daily why a follow him a Michael J. moves on Twitter he is the voice the fast behind my friend Andrew clay Evans incredible another kingdom the book the podcast and he's got a new podcast Michael welcome back to America first seven so good to be here I'm I'm glad I could make it out from probably the most moving demonstration I've ever been to which was this year's March for life and then come out and hang out with you in the studio I'm so glad you made it this is it really is historic isn't it what what what what do we have to wait for for Donald Trump why is this the first president let's not forget we have now had six Republican presidents this is going on Nixon Ford Reagan bush one bush too and it took until Donald Trump to get any of them to show up to the March for life what does this mean this is I have added this eleven minute monologue with the show because I was riding that wave of the motion when I arrived in the studio today and for me and may be I'm too close to it maybe the fact that I worked for Mr trump and then present from maybe I'm just seeing a little bit little bit skewed but let me ask you any body off the today who calls themselves a conservative and says the president trump isn't a conservative they don't have a leg to stand on to that they don't have a single leg to stand on here's here's what they were saying before specially I'm pro life they said when Donald Trump was considering running for president in nineteen ninety nine he described himself as very pro choice which is true he did a lot of people did that then he changed his mind he matured and he is now high on the Democrats say involved we have always been involved that's right you know he's now indisputably the my mobile right by president ever had ever ever in history on the judges on the Mexico City policy on partially defunding Planned Parenthood second amendment ever right on and on and on and he's actually in good company when you talk about people who used to support abortion who no longer support abortion you've got Norma McCorvey who was Jane roe you're ready people forget that the regional Dodge rush St row of roe V. Wade the the one eighty she did a complete one eighty she became a major pro life activist and she called her participation in roe V. Wade which really she was just used by these lawyers I but she called that participation the biggest regret of her life you've got doctor Bernard Nathanson the man behind the industrial line Zetian of abortion I mean he co founded name around the national abortion rights league still around today he became one of the loudest pro life voices in the country he debunked a ton of pro abortion lies and you've got you've got myself fight when I was a young man I would have defended abortion and I remember I had a lunch in Washington with a female professor of mine we debated the issue and she asked me which of my stupid arguments for abortion could not equally apply to killing hole scores of other people who were older who were in cities where they I mean we're not just doing a little babies anymore and I thought gosh my view doesn't make any sense because if you can say a baby is inconvenient right you can say I don't know an old person exact a handicap person a person of color right could be inconvenient why is this is the same as all of Coles I mean this went actually we when you bring up a person of color let's not forget the eugenics origins of Outlander node exactly let's let this is this is if you haven't seen it it's called death of a nation that Dinesh d'souza's most recent from I believe it and he reconstructs and he has the documents he has the left is the minutes of the meetings the **** party meeting way Hitler Adolf Hitler sends a message to his cronies but he would like very much to send a letter of congratulations to Margaret sang a the founder of Planned Parenthood full her eugenics for her racism this same Margaret Sanger whose ward is on a dusty mantle peace in Hillary Clinton's Chappaquiddick code that's right and so you've got people like Jane roe Bernard Nathanson and Donald Trump who who once supported abortion and then became very strong pro life activists that's good company to be in but what does it mean for you know the editor of Christianity Today who told us if you're still in your pond vote for Donald Trump what is he saying to date has he stood up for pro life like this president it's so outrageous it's such a silly of parole clutching it misses the point entirely if we're talking about a million babies a year being killed because of this horrific policy this is completely imaginary constitutional right to abortion but based upon and this is the soul of grieving yeah the original Supreme Court decision roe V. Wade was based on this opt totally facetious and spears argument of the right to privacy that's right tags as if killing a baby in the womb is okay because you have to do things in secret right by the way killing people as a public act all right that's no longer a private act but you have that on one side and then you've got what some mean tweets on the other and you don't see that one of those priorities is more important than the other one does this mean Michael miles that I keep asking this question because I want it to happen is today the final day of the president's speech talking about golf grace prefer protecting the most vulnerable in society is this the day where we finally put that big wooden stake through the never trump thinking they're probably around three people left were never drum but it it the arguments always come down to look at something he said twenty years ago well you know the the good story here is that people change Saint Paul was a murderer the Jews right who wanted to persecute people for their beliefs who became one of the greatest possible exactly and you know I mean that's a very particular example but people change all the time this happens every day of wise people are able to change with new information and it certainly seems that the president has done that and I wish his detractors would do that too what's the next log argument going to use is going to be his skin color is to our engineer what what what's left I would consider that very racist room for them to make that are good point they my little girl get wrapped up in their own in their own illogic so is it over it's never from dad of the you know the yellow crystals of the world and some even Hazen do you do you see a lot in the way of bill weld's presidential campaign these days exactly I don't see a lot of good primary opponents on the right now is it true Michael miles it recently EM a certain very famous senator who looks much better in a bit cold you up instantly does it define called you up and said Hey the Knowles I want to do a daily part cost would you do it with me is it true that is almost exactly that role yes we will well that would be the one and only senator Ted Cruz so you now have a daily part because you and Ted Cruz yes war said about what's it called it's called verdict with Ted Cruz and the amazing thing about this show is like a movie it's I know if Ted Cruz it it very well may be because I got to tell you Ted Cruz is now one of the rising podcast stores so you you have a brand new phone kill us where are you now in the ratings the protest the podcast has jumped to it last night when we were filming our episode at two in the morning we've been doing it after the impeachment trial every night the senator comes from from the capital drives over to the studio and we go straight into it it was at the top ten last night it is now in the top five worldwide so the senator is now one of the most famous podcasters in a minute he's not he's not you the Senate left that is I mean he came to you didn't he modeled the story right do you know I I would love to take one hundred percent credit for but really you know what the show is is we sit down there and I sat three a at this is at three AM your records and what's incredible to this man Ted Cruz has been sitting through it now I guess thirty five hours of this tedious boring impeachment trial and then he shows up in the middle of the nineties death and he's just he's ready to go and I'm a night person too right you know I I he is I yeah I didn't realize I'm certainly maybe not like you guys because I'm slumping over essay pretty much my entire role in the podcast is a senator what on earth happened today and he breaks it down like come on you got to try out you gotta let slide up and spoke this book years ago I don't wear any while he's Michael no solid right now Michael J. in those of the daily why the man the voice behind another kingdom with my friend and you play with an amazing book out now will support cross check it out for him but a Michael J. mills dot com I'm smashing will perform strategist to president Donald J. trump this is America first listen radio network from really effective considers just outside in the salubrious fetid stinking putrid swap that is the Senate trial is nearing.

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"national abortion rights league" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"national abortion rights league" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Somebody who is in studio with me he managed to escape it wasn't easy the secret service the park Rangers have blocked off blocks and blocks of terra tree outside the March for life we have to go through magnetometers it was crazy but he made it into the studio he is the John Cage of political philosophy of fellow mackerel Snapple like myself Michael J. Knowles all but of the daily why a follow him a Michael J. moves on Twitter he is the voice the fast behind my friend Andrew Claiborne's incredible another kingdom the book the podcast and he's got a new podcast Michael welcome back to America first seven so good to be here I'm I'm glad I could make it out from probably the most moving demonstration I've ever been to which was this year's March for life and then come out and hang out with you in the studio I'm so glad you made it this is it really is historic isn't it what what what what do we have to wait for for Donald Trump why is this the first president let's not forget we have now had six Republican presidents this is going on make some Ford Reagan bush one bush too and it took until Donald Trump to get any of them to show up to the March for life what does this mean this is I have added this eleven minute monologue with the show because I was riding that wave of the motion when I arrived in the studio today and for me and may be I'm too close to it may be the fact that I worked for Mr trump and then present from maybe I'm just seeing a little bit little bit skewed but let me ask you any body off the today who calls themselves a conservative and says the president trump is in the conservative they don't have a leg to stand under that they don't have a single leg to stand on here's here's what they were saying before specially I'm pro life they said when Donald Trump was considering running for president in nineteen ninety nine he described himself as very pro choice which is true he did a lot of people did then then he changed his mind he matured and he is now thank the Democrats say involved we have all the that's right you know he's now indisputably the my mobile right by president ever ever ever in history on the judges on the Mexico City policy on partially defunding Planned Parenthood second amendment right on and on and on and he's actually in good company when you talk about people who used to support abortion who no longer support abortion you've got Norma McCorvey who was Jane roe people forget that the regional just brush ain row of roe V. Wade the one eighty she did a complete one eighty she became a major pro life activist and she called her participation in roe V. Wade which really she was just used by these lawyers I but she called that participation the biggest regret of her life you've got doctor Bernard Nathanson the man behind the industrial line Zetian of abortion I mean he co founded name around the national abortion rights league still around today he became one of the loudest pro life voices in the country he debunked a ton of pro abortion lies and you've got you've got myself fight when I was a young man I would have defended abortion and I remember I had a lunch in Washington with a female professor of mine we debated the issue and she asked me which of my stupid arguments for abortion could not equally apply to killing hole scores of other people who were older who were in cities where they I mean we're not just talking a little babies anymore and I thought gosh my view doesn't make any sense because if you can say a baby is inconvenient right you can say I don't know an old person exact a handicap person a person of color right could be inconvenient why is this is the same as all of Coles I mean this went actually we when you bring up a person of color let's not forget the eugenics origins of all land road exactly let's let this is this is if you haven't seen it it's called death of a nation that Dinesh d'souza's most reason for my beliefs and he reconstructs and he has the documents he has the left is the minutes of the meetings the **** party meeting way Hitler Adolf Hitler sends a message to his cronies but he would like them to send a letter of congratulations to Margaret sang the founder of Planned Parenthood full her eugenics for her racism this same Margaret Sanger who's a war is on a dusty mantle P. he's in Hillary Clinton's Chappaquiddick code that's right and so you've got people like Jane roe Bernard Nathanson and Donald Trump who who once supported abortion and then became very strong pro life activists that's good company to be in but what does it mean for you know the editor of Christianity Today who told us if you're still in your pond vote for Donald Trump what is he saying to date has he stood up for pro life like this president it's so outrageous it's such a silly of pearl clutching it misses the point entirely if we're talking about a million babies a year being killed because of this horrific policy this is completely imaginary constitutional right to abortion but based upon and this is the soul of grieving yeah the original Supreme Court decision roe V. Wade was based on this utterly facetious and spruce argument of the right to privacy that's right tags as if killing a baby in the womb is okay because you have to do things in secret right by the way killing people as a public act alright that's no longer a private act but you have that on one side and then you've got what some mean tweets on the other and you don't see that one of those priorities is more important than the other one does this mean Michael mills that I'm I keep asking this question because I want it to happen is today the final day of the president's speech talking about golf grace of protecting the most vulnerable in society is this the day where we with that big wooden stake through the never trump thinking they're probably around three people left I never never drum but it it the arguments always come down to look at something he said twenty years ago well you know the the good story here is that people change Saint Paul was a murderer the Jews right I wanted to persecute people for that believes he became one of the greatest possible exactly you and you know I mean that's a very particular example but people change all the time this happens every day wise people are able to change with new information and it certainly seems that the president has done that and I wish his detractors would do that too what's the next argument argument going to use is going to be his skin color is to our engineer what what what's left I would consider that very racists to for them to make that are good point they might know go get wrapped up in their own in their own illogical so is it over isn't it my from that of the the you know the yellow crystals of the world and I feel more assigned even Hazen do you do you see a lot in the way of bill weld's presidential campaign these days exactly I don't see a lot of good primary opponents on the right now is it true Michael miles it recently EM a certain very famous senator who looks much better in a bit cold you up instantly does it affect called you up and said Hey the Knowles I want to do a daily part cost would you do it with me is it true that is almost exactly that role yes we will well that would be the one and only senator Ted Cruz so you now have a daily part because you and Ted Cruz yes ward said about what's it called it's called verdict with Ted Cruz and the amazing thing about this show is like a movie it's I know if Ted Cruz it it very well may be because I got to tell you Ted Cruz is now one of the rising podcast stores so you you have a brand new punk us too where are you now in the ratings the purpose the podcast has jumped to it last night when we were filming our episode at two in the morning we've been doing it after the impeachment trial every night the senator comes from from the capital drives over to the studio and we go straight into it it was at the top ten last night it is now in the top five worldwide so the senator is now one of the most famous podcasters in a minute he's not he's not you must that it is I mean he came to you didn't he modeled the story right do you know I I would love to take one hundred percent credit for but really you know what the show is is we sit down there and I sat three a at this is at three AM your records and what's incredible to this man Ted Cruz has been sitting through it now I guess thirty five hours of this tedious boring impeachment trial and then he shows up in the middle of the nineties death and he's just he's ready to go and I'm a night person too right you know I he is I yeah I didn't realize I'm certainly maybe not like you guys because I'm slumping over to say pretty much my entire role in the podcast is Hey senator what on earth happened today and he breaks it down like come on you got to try out you gotta let slide up the smoke is smoking a cigar.

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"national abortion rights league" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"national abortion rights league" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"In value, bodily tawny, and that makes them great role models that comes from the national abortion rights league Nair role as one Twitter user pointed out, sometimes being a great, dad means you've just gotta kill the baby. Way too narrow with your unintended liberal irony may, roll sets happy, Father's Day. Now is a single mother still the father and the mother of an aborted child, because Ruth Bader, Ginsburg doesn't seem to think, so now big news of the weekend was, of course, the fact that the presidential election is over. I know it's June of twenty fifteen June of twenty nine thousand nine I should say, June of twenty fifteen Donald Trump hadn't even come down the escalator yet. But in two thousand nineteen four years later, this election is over forget about the Russians hacking into anything. Forget about Donald Trump accepting any foreign help. He should probably just call bided right now and Biden should accept his concession. Because the polls in June of twenty nineteen say that Donald Trump has absolutely no chance now. You wonder why are all the polls, all of a sudden coming out right now just this morning before I went on the air CBS released a new battleground tracking poll that shows? Hey, Donald Trump has zero chance of winning Fox News with a new poll that shows Bernie Sanders is up nine points now, everyone, of course, is taking a look back at polls throughout history, and how wrong they've been take a look back at the polls on election day of twenty sixteen. The national polls or actually within the margin of error with Hillary Clinton's three million votes in the popular vote. The national polls did get it relatively correct. She won by about two to three percentage points. That was that three million vote margin, but take a look at the state polling, and how wrong it was remember the New York Times said Hillary Clinton had a ninety five percent chance of winning on election. Day, twenty sixteen. The Huffington Post what all the way up to ninety nine percent. But it doesn't matter in twenty nineteen this election is over. Why because George Stephanopoulos in his big interview with President Trump and I still can't believe that someone in the White House was dumb enough to let George step. What did they leave a door unlocked? And he snuck in with a camera crew whose idea was this. Stephanopolous, of course was asking Trump about the internal polling that leaked that showed that Trump was in some very serious trouble. And if you know anything about Donald Trump and polls, this got under his skin, your own.

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"national abortion rights league" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"national abortion rights league" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Seven five zero one eight hundred WSB talk. So the Democrats have trotted out a poll from public policy polling that is a democratic firm that got a lot wrong in two thousand sixteen in two thousand eighteen eight it's fairly consistently got a lot of things wrong. What's so interesting, though, is they claim to have done the survey of Georgia's swing house districts, and it finds that sixty nine percent of Georgia voters are nearly seven and ten believe abortion should be legal in that the government should not prevent a woman for making the decision. Whether or not to have an abortion for herself. Eighty six percent of Democrats sixty nine percent of independence. Fifty two percent of Republicans believe Georgia should be legal only twenty nine percent of voters. Believe that having an abortion is wrong and should be illegal a majority. Georgians also pose elected officials forty legislation to criminalize it abortion by two one margin. Fifty six percent Georgians say they're less likely to vote for the elected official in the next election. If they split this. Now, why am I reading all of this? This is supposedly you pull of six hundred five voters spread across swing districts conducted over two days with the margin of error of four percent conducted by automated phone all full interviews by Nero of the national abortion rights league. What's so interesting about this polling the number is that it conflicts with every poll live operator in-depth poll. Seven and ten Georgians. According to this poll believe abortion should be legal, according to ample surveys from credible. Pollster that don't have partisan affiliation. Seven and ten Americans are pro-life, including a majority of women. So somehow or another this bullying, by the way, they won't actually show us the cross tabs. They sent out a one page memo. There are no cross tabs for this. But we don't know how they worded the question. We have no idea how the question was worded. And that actually matters because as you know, if you're a regular listener of this program, the you can get pollsters to shape questions in ways that routinely will get people to tell you all sorts of things. And that is deeply problematic. Say something new and radical in the fraud cost at city grand design. But that was precisely what you had to avoid. How did this come about? I shouldn't very.

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