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Jim Hanson and Sebastian Chat About '2000 Mules'
"So I mentioned it got to talk about it. That is the now the most successful documentary of the modern age in just over a week, it's netted 10 million gross. It has had a million downloads. It is 2000 meals. I'm in it guys full disclosure. I've got a stake in it, but it is so important. Got to ask you, this told us we were conspiracy theorists. That's nothing happened. We've got in just the areas where Greg Phillips Catherine, engelbrecht and the 2000 mules team looked. We have at least 400,000 illegal ballots that were being trafficked by NGOs by individuals who went to 27 drop boxes in 36 hours at 2 a.m. 3 a.m. what is your reaction to this? Is this a game changer? Will it affect those who are un political or in the middle potentially? What it needs to change is any state that still has a law that allows mail out ballots to everybody, ballot harvesting or any of these ways that our ballots don't go from one person's hand to the election officials directly should be outlawed. Now, I can understand mail in balloting at some level if you've got controls like states that do it well, is okay. But the states that just mail them out and these NGOs scarf them up, I got to tell you, in 2019, November, my wife and I took information to the Republican National Committee about ballot harvesting in California. Concrete concrete showed that they were doing it. They were registering people at Starbucks with addresses at dog parks, at places like this. We gave them the dataset that showed this. And they were like, that's great. We're going to go buy some 32nd attack ads.
DNC Chair Jaime Harrison: Not Playing Fair Is a Good Road Map
"Because we're so awful, our side is so awful that we're not going to play fair and you got to hear the chairman of the Democrat National Committee agree with him. Let's talk about the fascists on the other side. So I hear that, but I do think there are a lot of people, because we were just talking about you and I, we consume 8 papers in the morning. We look at the minutiae of politics. And most Americans are not doing that. And there are still a lot of people who feel disconnected from the party or maybe even disappointed in the party fair or not. I want you to take a listen, we have Roland Martin on. At the beginning of the show. Brother ro ro is never shy about giving his opinion. So he had a lot to say about what he thinks Democrats should be doing. I want you to take a listen and get your thoughts. Sounds good. You've got to have president Joe Biden stop being scared of senator Joe Manchin and go make the argument in West Virginia and go to the red parts of Mississippi and Alabama and say, this is what we have done and these folks voted against it and this is how we have delivered. They've got to be willing to engage in war. You can not play fair with people who don't play fair. There are no rules. The other side has shown that they will do whatever is necessary in order to win so you've got to say America when they didn't care about you, we did. What are your thoughts? I felt like that was a good road map. Well, it is a good road map and rolling. I want you to know, I'm going to Kentucky and Arkansas. I'm going to be in Mississippi and Alabama. We're going to all across this country. The chairman of the DNC says on national television not playing fair is a good road map.
Setting the Record Straight Against Jonathan Swann
"One Have you ever heard of Jonathan Swan Johnny He has I think it's a British accent Maybe it's all see it doesn't really matter He's a pretend journalist So he's on Twitter Apparently he's obsessed with Twitter And he's following me and he takes exception to the fact that I talk about these never trumpers And he writes the following tweet I just responded but I will respond on the year Not that any of this matters because 80% of Republicans have reinvented themselves as Trump diehards just to survive But this tweet thread reminds me of the summer of 2016 At that time Levin was a passionate never trumper and Theo was one of the Republican National Committee stage endorsing Trump That's not correct Those of you who listen to this show and have listened to that you know the whole story of this But Wikipedia and the never trumpers and the phony journalists just keep regurgitating it There's no fixing it Because they
Why Is Watergate So Misunderstood? Lord Conrad Black Explains
"Lord black have to discuss. The first things first in the break, you mentioned the reputation of The Washington Post. You've written a work on Nixon, could you just give us your historic understanding of the reporting of Watergate and why so many people misunderstand what they actually wrote and why the conventional wisdom on that reportage is so wrong. Of course, complicated subject, but to be fair, but if the contents at a great deal, there has never been one shred of probative evidence that a serious court in a dispassionate atmosphere would accept as conclusive. That mister Nixon himself committed any crimes. He certainly didn't know anything about the break in of the Watergate. First entry before it happened and was horrified when it didn't happen. And that his people at anything to do with it. And the so called cover up consisted of his admittedly not telling the truth to the public several times. That is true. But the presidents do that to me sometimes. And he wasn't under oath and it wasn't a crime. He squandered a lot of political capital as he himself admitted that it wasn't a crime. And the case against Congress essentially on the theory that money was advanced by the Republican National Committee with his approval, the pay for the legal bills of attendance in the Watergate affair. And he did do that. But he didn't do it. And he did authorize him, but not under any basis of altered testing, not to get them to tell anything other than the truth. He was paying the money to them. So that they would have the legal fees paid, be able to take care of their families while the trials went on. And wouldn't be absolute sitting decks were prosecutors saying, all right, we'll do a plea bargain. We'll let you up lightly, but you denounce the people above you and take it straight up to the Oval Office door, which is the way the prosecutors work, particularly in the District of Columbia, which is, you know, that was a 90% democratic voting electoral
Arizona AG Mark Brnovich Recaps Importance of Case Against DNC
"They were stunned that the Zucker box thing is real They're like wait wait let me get this straight That's not illegal for a multi multi billionaire to start some foundation with money he earned from social media to tilts left to give primarily to Democrat counties to incentivize voter turnout They're stunned You as the attorney general how is this legal I don't understand I'm having a hard time getting my arms around that Well our legislature actually enacted legislation once this came by to stop this to prevent it from going forward But obviously there are still things that we're looking at related to that to make sure that any funds were consistent or spent consistently is what the law was at the time But really it is one of those things Dan when you sit there and you the left you're so organized So for example there was a case last year Argued that the U.S. Supreme Court called bernov and C where you have the Democratic National Committee their lawyers at Perkins cooey and filed a lawsuit trying to overturn our state's limitations on ballot harvesting and out of precinct voting And I personally I was the same after me because I stood in the breach and defended that went to the Supreme Court and that paved the way now for states to go ahead and LAT a nap Election integrity measures But there is also other cases where for example here you have the Democrats tried to extend the ballot curing period And I stopped and I went to federal court stop it but they didn't pay for Pennsylvania And that's why you have some of that chaos and anarchy when it came to how balance procured mail in ballots were cured in Pennsylvania So the left was very organized They were very systematic and they picked or they chose their targets wisely That's why you saw this kind of chaos going on in swing states
Trump Files Lawsuit Against Clinton, Democrats for Russia Claims
"Donald Trump has filed a bombshell lawsuit against Hillary Clinton. Yes, it's Trump versus Clinton. Not only Clinton as it turns out there are a number of other defendants and anyway, I'm delighted to be with you with my daughter, Danielle de Sue, a guild. She's the author of the book the choice, the abortion divide in America. She's also host of the TV show called counterculture with Danielle de Souza gill which appears on epic TV. Danielle, this is actually I think a lot of fun here and it looks like Trump is giving it to them. Look at all the defendants in this lawsuit. It's Hillary Clinton. It's the Democratic National Committee. It's the Parkinson schooly firm. It's Mark Elias who used to be a partner in that firm, Michael sussman. This is the guy, the democratic operative, who has been indicted by Durham, Jake Sullivan, John Podesta, Christopher Steele, of the Steele dossier, the FBI agent Peter struck and Lisa page, Andrew mccabe. So this is like this is like a menagerie of bad guys.
Mark Levin: Mitch McConnell Should Not Be the Leader of Senate Republicans
"The sleazy left and the sleazy rhinos Seem to have a lot in common don't they McConnell condemning the Republican National Committee for centering Cheney and king singer When behind the scenes enclosed doors he threatened his own members if they don't fall online He doesn't criticize them for what they're doing and what they're saying Mitch McConnell obviously believes it's okay To be throwing subpoenas left and right Citizens without any predicate whatsoever That's okay by Mitch Mitch McConnell should not be the leader of the Republicans in the Senate He doesn't reflect the view of the large majority of the base And he saw some bracing now Nancy Pelosi the committee and her tactics Why Because he hates Trump Mitch McConnell is utterly and completely out of tune He's not a righteous man standing up for principle any more than Liz Cheney's a righteous man standing up for principle Any more than at king's a righteous man standing up for principle Their egomaniacs
Democrats Spin RNC's Decision to Call Jan. 6 Events 'Legitimate Political Discourse'
"Now they're pretending that we Republicans are unable to denounce violence. Now they're pretending that the Republican National Committee has taken a position that riots are legitimate political discourse. And they're going to try to take that lie and run with it because of the desperation they face because of the desperation they are up against. Leading to the midterm elections. They're in trouble and they know it. So it's incumbent upon us to ignore the noise to avoid the lies to be aware of what is truth,
GOP now looks to censure Cheney and Kinzinger, not oust them
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Who Is David Israelite, Head of National Music Publishers Association?
"The country's in an interesting place right now, David. And what I'd love to do to start off here is just give us a little bit about, you know, you said you went to law school at Missouri, but tell us a little about where you come from and sort of how we got to where you're at. You know, a little bit today and then we'll go back and pick up some pieces. Sure, so I grew up in Lee summit, Missouri, which is a suburb of Kansas City. Parents moved our family there after being born in Chicago as a young kid and so I grew up in Missouri and loved politics. It was the kid in high school that carried the briefcase and wanted to be in Washington. And I came to Washington in college as an intern for Missouri senator named kit Bond. And it was during that internship that I knew that's where I wanted to be. So I ended up coming back to Washington during law school to go to Georgetown at night while I worked in the Senate. And then after practicing for a few years, I came back to be that senator kit bonds top aide in the Senate, around his reelection campaign, and it was during that campaign. I got to know a lot of the folks on the governor Bush team pretty well. And so when the 98 Senate reelection was over, I then went immediately to the Republican National Committee as the political and government affairs director to work on the Bush presidential campaign. And had two years there, which was thrilling, obviously, you know, a successful presidential campaign. And when that was done, the other Missouri senator was a guy named John ashcroft, who got appointed to be attorney general and asked me to come with him over to the Justice Department, which I thought would be a short term kind of fun stint before getting back to my life and instead, 9 11 happened soon after we got there and it became instead a calling where I was going to stay there with him and I did for four years. But during that time, we stood up a task force on intellectual property and the attorney general was kind enough to let me share this task force. And that's really what got me into the music issues is that I was looking at it from the side of the government, helping protect what was going on at the time, which was mostly theft of music, theft of movies, and that's what really peaked my interest into an industry music, which I had always loved.
Republican National Committee Threatens to Pull Nominees From Presidential Debates
"Chairwoman mcdaniel was great to see you when we were both over at the Senate a few weeks back. But since then, you've done a great thing. For many years, I've been like Cato the elder talking about Carthage. The presidential debate commissions must be destroyed as my version of Carthage must be destroyed. And you're destroyed it yesterday. And you are the hero of the hour. Would you tell people? Well, let me just put it to the is the divorce final. The divorce is not final. We do have some hoops to go through. We've got to get the RNC members to pass a rule change. So that won't actually happen officially till the August or spring at the earliest. We have some things to do, but the debate committee that the RNC had voted unanimously that we want to remove ourselves from the commission on presidential debate.
RNC threatens to boycott commission's presidential debates
"Hi hi Mike Mike Ross Ross you're you're reporting reporting the the RNC RNC threatens threatens to to boycott boycott the the twenty twenty twenty twenty four four presidential presidential debates debates the the Republican Republican National National Committee Committee is is planning planning a a rules rules change change that that would would require require GOP GOP presidential presidential candidates candidates to to sign sign a a pledge pledge saying saying they they would would not not participate participate in in debates debates sponsored sponsored by by the the commission commission on on presidential presidential debates debates the the proposed proposed rules rules change change is is a a nod nod to to former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump who who repeatedly repeatedly complained complained of of unfair unfair treatment treatment by by the the commission commission the the nonpartisan nonpartisan commission commission on on presidential presidential debates debates was was established established in in nineteen nineteen eighty eighty seven seven its its charge charge was was to to ensure ensure for for the the benefit benefit of of the the American American electorate electorate that that general general election election debates debates between between or or among among the the leading leading candidates candidates for for the the offices offices of of president president and and vice vice president president of of the the United United States States are are a a permanent permanent part part of of the the electoral electoral process process Mike Mike Rossio Rossio Washington Washington
Political Commentator Paris Dennard on the Virginia Governor's Race
"What an amazing opportunity. We have in Virginia and I want to visit with Paris denard who is an incredible voice for the not only for conservatism, but definitely for the Republican Party. He is currently the national spokesperson and director of black media affairs for the Republican National Committee. He worked in The White House, under president George W. Bush, and he was an official media surrogate for the victorious Donald J Trump for president campaign. Paris, it's great having you on the program. Thanks so much for taking time out of what I know is a very busy day for you. How are you sure? Hey, Mike, it's good to be with you. It is a busy day, but I'm excited about being on your show today. Well, I'm excited to chat with you because I appreciate your work so much. And you're one of those folks that I pay attention to very closely to listen to in terms of where the tea leaves are. Give me your feelings about Virginia before we kind of dive into some of the projects you're working on because a whole lot of us are holding our breaths and praying for Glenn young. Well, look, Virginia is in a good shape because we are excited about the momentum that we see coming from the Republicans in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Look, I happen to live in Virginia. I voted for blond young, and I'm inspired by glennon and I think he is the type of leader that the Commonwealth needs. But he's part of a big ticket and there's a lot of great candidates running at all levels of government therapy junior who are worthy of the support as well. But what we see today is a very tight race race that shouldn't be this type because you have someone who quite frankly, the people know. They know Terry McCullough. He was governor before. They know his policies, but you know what? They're rejecting Terry mcauliffe because he's far outside of the mainstream. His policies are not supported by the people of Virginia. That's why you see such a close race because they look at his positions. On parents, they reject the notion that parents should not have a role in their children's education. Are you kidding
Biden 'Disappointed' in GOP Governors Who Plan to Resist Vaccine Mandate
"President biden is defending a new federal rule that will require certain businesses to mandate cove in nineteen vaccines or testing for employees. Npr's aisha roscoe reports the new regulation which is part of biden's six point strategy to combat the highly contagious delta. Variant of the corona virus will apply to about eighty million workers. President biden says that governors who want to file lawsuits over the new regulation can have at it during a visit to a middle. School biden. said that he's disappointed. Some republican lawmakers have opposed mandates for vaccines and mask replying for real here. This isn't a game. And i don't know of any scientists out there in this field but doesn't think it makes considerable sense to do the six things i've suggested. The republican national committee has already said that it plans to sue the administration over the new rule. Calling it. unconstitutional is roscoe. Npr news the whitehouse.
Trump Set to Back Attorney in Primary Challenge to Liz Cheney
"Today a bit of a scoop. Politicos mark capita. Would alex eisenstaedt report that. Donald trump is set to endorse adamant. Inner expected race against cheney the call it. The most important political endorsement yet and trump's post presidency will while noting the not too long ago. Hagan was a staunch supporter of cheney. She financially supported. Cheney's previous campaigns was on the congresswoman's leadership team and as of last night at least still had a photo of the two of them together agents website. The issue of her friendship with cheney came up with trump interviewed haeggman during his endorsement screening process trump's looming involvement in the primary will be a good test of his political power. In the gop is allies and team not only encouraged. Take him into run against cheney. They are under pressure to clear. the crowded. Primary field of other candidates could split anti cheney sediment the more crowded the primary. The better cheney's chances are that she'll win. Cheney became trump's top republican targets after she spoke out against his role inciting january sixth capital riot house. republicans soon stripped her of her leadership. Post and one of trump's sons and a top trump ally have already campaigned against her in wyoming at the same time trump threw himself into the process of vetting and interviewing multiple candidates running or exploring campaigns against cheney with the goal of anointing single challenger trump insiders in adviser say they received verbal commitments for many of the candidates. Drop out if he endorsed someone else but whether they'll actually leave. The race remains an open question in the final step before officially announcing her campaign. Later this week. Hagan resigned tuesday as one of wyoming's members of the republican national committee
Soldiers detain Guinea's president, dissolve government
"Guinean army colonel seize control of state television and declared president alpha Conde as government had been dissolved and that the nation's borders will be closed gunfire erupted outside the presidential palace just hours before the greeted me to the soldiers took to the airwaves to announce the Keydets ha speaking on behalf of the group Connell my T. W. F. found to restore democracy in announced the group's name the National Committee of gathering and developments we are confirmed to France twenty four television that ousted president Conde was in a secure spots and had seen a doctor he also added that the constitution would be dissolved importers close for one week hi I'm Karen Thomas
Army colonel on Guinean TV says govt dissolved, borders shut
"Hours after gunfire erupted outside the presidential palace in the west African nation of Guinea it was announced that president alpha Conde as government had been dissolved and that the nation's borders will be closed Connell my T. W. F. from the Guinean army seize control of state television to announce what seem to be the execution of a cute that's HA off to seizing the airwaves the mutinous soldiers found to restore democracy and gave themselves a name the National Committee of gathering and developments president condemns whereabouts were not immediately known the colonel who spoke to the nation did not mention the unpopular president he did however added that the constitution would also be dissolved and borders close for one week I'm Karen Thomas
The GOP Has No Civilian Leadership
"Let me get a little bit personal. Last night i go for dinner with just four guys who supromega good guys One works in swamp. Wants a to ones defense guy and at the end of this this this meeting of minds. I just thought we have no leadership. It's not just on the hill. We have the the handful of insurgents like yourselves. But we don't have that tea party movement. We don't have the the the civilian leadership that's going to. For example chicago eighty two people shop loss week. Twelve murdered y. Why isn't there. Why isn't there an anti blm. Made up of black gop voters who say you want to talk about black lives. Let's talk about chicago. Well ask yourself this question if the republican national committee isn't doing just what you described. What are they doing. What is their purpose. I know that the republican national committee is spending a lot of money to advertise ronald mcdaniels. Podcast of but every nickel that has gone into that endeavor should be going into the bill doubt of an organization and an infrastructure to do. What the democrats did we dunk on the democrats a lot. But let's give them credit. Where credit's do they went and found a way to get millions of ballots in the mail that were not directly attached to a human being attending to vote.
"national committee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of the Republican National Committee and Democratic National Committee during protests Wednesday. Picture was posted of it least one suspect, but the person is wearing a hooded sweatshirt and face mask the pipe bombs or reported will pro Trump supporters Storm the U. S Capitol building Theeighties NSI will give up to $50,000 for details that lead to an arrest and conviction. Nd mutual We're also learning more about local connections to what happened in the capital. On Wednesday, you mess Memorial Hospital and Worcester tweeted out this morning. They've been made aware that one or more of their employees may have been involved in the violence at the U. S. Capitol. U Mass Memorial says if they have initiated an investigation and strongly condemned the behavior, if it is true, in other words they have initiated. It's not hypothetical. Ah, couple of high profile people from New Hampshire were among that mob of former corrections officer in Keene seen entering the Capitol building. There also calls for the police chief in Troy to resign after he has spotted In that crowd. David Ross, a man from Massachusetts, Thomas Gallagher of New Hampshire, both charged with unlawful entry. We've heard from U S attorney, Andrew Welling in Boston, saying he will prosecute anyone from our region who took part in that attack. In another Capitol building charges could be announced today for a bomb threat at the Michigan Capitol building on Thursday. It came a day after a violent protest of the U. S. Capitol. A bomb threat called in prompting the evacuation of the Michigan State Capitol building. Not many people there because the building is closed to the public to do the pandemic in lawmakers don't convene until next week, however. Of those who were there. They had to find somewhere else to go during a sweep of the building. No bomb found Charlotte, Michigan Man was arrested outside of his home. Jennifer Keiper CBS NEWS, The story made National news now the woman accused of attacking a black team in a New York hotel. Over cell phone, she said he stole has been arrested. The arrest happening in those small farming community of Piru, New York detectives were with into a county sheriff's deputies who made the arrest. We're told they planned on arresting Ponsetto in a traffic stop that she refused to stop driving through a neighborhood until she got to her family's home. Then she resisted arrest, and they had to use force to take her down. Now held on no bail on a fugitive warrant out of New York City like Stone ABC News Los Angeles Island woman stands accused of bank fraud after federal authorities say she stole more than a million dollars from a base state company Mass live reports. The company that employed Barbara Levy of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, owns Duncan franchises around New Bedford. Company says she wrote checks to herself and stamped the checks with her owner signature. And this story. Some musicians are missing the stage more than others through the pandemic. WBC's Drew Mulholland cut up with one of the members of the E Street band the whole year and a half. Give me a case of the blues. Yeah, here that no real live music shows to attend through this pandemic, And that makes a guy like Nils Lofgren cringe his longest stint and 52 years of performing not being on stage. That's why it was so cool for him to get back with the street just before Christmas on Saturday Night Live. I think I had tent Yes, in six days, thankfully, all negative, but they were very, very strict. They had a great bubble and the pandemic has given him some time to look back and reflect like that time the plug was pulled on the E Street band and Sir Paul McCartney for violating curfew in London. What was the deal with that, Neil? Surely you know who calls to get permission. They didn't get it done in a panic. They pulled the electricity. They pulled the electricity. Oh, my God. Primo Holland. WBC Boston's news radio Jeopardy fans will see the end of an era Tonight is the final episode of Jeopardy featuring the late Alex Trebek will air the show's executive producer Mike Richards, Fighting back tears were counting his time with Trebek. I didn't know how much pain he was in, but obviously he was battling And so for me, it was just emotional that he was there back at his lectern, doing what he loved to do, and that's what was so special about it. Trebek died of pancreatic cancer in November. His final episode was taped 10 days before he died. The state puts pressure in the city of Boston and Harvard University to help foot the bill for the mass Pike Project in Allston. This is math of massive. It would be the biggest roadway project in Greater Boston since the Big Dig, but financing it is the pothole here, the Globe says. The state says they will cut back on the project significantly without more money and more help.
"national committee" Discussed on WJR 760
"Do you know Who these people were in. Is there any merit to those arguments? That this was something otherworldly comes to be. Yeah. I have seen no evidence that antifa was there. It doesn't mean that they weren't. My argument is there should be a full and complete investigation on all of it. I need to know who they are. I don't think it was Republicans. I'll tell you that and if they call themselves Republicans You know, we're the party ought to reject them. But I think this is the one thing I found curious about. This is that there were people who were arrested that showed up with Molotov cocktails and weapons. There were pipe bombs. And as a young FBI agent in Chicago, there were anarchists. Were building pipe bombs, and I That was my first penned a big break case. And those things are highly dangerous. Found one at the Republican National Committee as well as the Democratic National Committee. And so that that does that's not a parley party affiliated group. Whoever was doing that that was Domestic terrorist trying to take advantage of the situation, So I mean, right now, my argument is whatever it was, It's certainly got out of hand and everybody should reject this. And if they all want to stand up and reject it and say that was enough that I'll take that. But this notion that it's all shucks and don't worry about it. It's you know, a few bad apples got out of hand. No, that's wrong. They attacked one of the greatest Democrat Democrat institutions in the world and think you have it. And my argument is that they ought to be dark is mad as we are about what happened yesterday. What role.
"national committee" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And I want to thank you for your fairness and the opportunity of going back and forth. It leaves one with a lot of hopes a lot of questions and even some ideas. Perhaps some good bipartisan legislation that we could put together to make this great country even better. Thank you so much for your leadership and then gave him a hug. And then all these cooks, you know, want her taken in this stuck into a wood. Chipper. One liberal activist group called Democracy for America says it wasn't the hugging. It's calling this one of the best set of hearings. It's an important reminder that she's a senator for another era and California's air incredibly poorly served by that kind of representation. Other era This is Neil. Throw someone someone who for a moment ex reasonable For just a moment, while seizing, told that and that and that that's the real danger of Trump. He doesn't help bring the country together and cure the bipartisan divide. But Feinstein approaches that and all I got a burner. Here's another lunatic, Adam Parkhomenko. A strategist who worked with the Democratic National Committee. Excuse me while I go punch a hole in the wall. This is from seeing Diane Feinstein, huh? Yeah, yeah. Excuse me, Right punch. You know, maybe you're mentally unbalanced. Maybe should be on a serious Psychotic drug. All right, we got more coming up. John and Ken Ko Phi and Amy King is this thief.
"national committee" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"It amazes me that people actually like, believe that when he's shown over and over and over again that he's a tyrant. Every single person that works for government is your enemy. There's one of those Trump supporters there. He's cleverly disguising his true beliefs. Right, Katrina Pierson. Well, yeah, You know, it's a lot like antique to me, you know? And when I was reading the the DOJ report on this is the statement that they were saying founded. Ah, lot like Auntie, but the people who have been trying to ignite a war the people who want to hurt the government. Just the remark that you just played. Sounds a lot like Antifa. So you know, at the end of the day, people see what they see and hear what they hear. While the Democrats try to continue to tell people not to believe what they see and hear, I think people are becoming more and more aware of just how far the Democrat Party has left the station and how the media essentially it's been covered for them. Our viewers and listeners air are very concerned about the the prospects of mail in ballot fraud in the upcoming election. I know the campaign. And the local the Republican National Committee and the local state parties have been winning. A lot of cases in court thing seems to be going in the right direction, but we still keep coming up with these stories every day. Here's one from a Concord, New Hampshire, Michael Lewis age. 47 was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia pursuant to a warrant. He's charged with casting a ballot in Hooksett, New Hampshire, during the 2016 general election. There. There, there. Ah, Anonymous mailing is being sent out to people in coastal New Hampshire from people was soliciting balance. I mean, this is going on Texas mayoral candidate in Carrollton has been arrested on more than 100 counts of mail and voter fraud. I mean, this is just you could pick these stories up every day. I mean, how? How confident is the campaign that they're going to be able to keep a lid on? This thing were given that this this appears to be a a continent wide, fraudulent voting conspiracy going on. Yet suddenly concerned up for sure. And that's exactly why the campaign has thousands and thousands of people on the ground thousands of warriors more rooms in some states just to make sure that doesn't happen. You mentioned some of the cases we've been winning in court. We're going to stay in court and make sure that we can protect the integrity of this election. We're going to make sure that we're watching these poles like a hawk. We're going to be ready. With hotlines and everything to ensure that this election is definitely a fair one. It's something that the campaign is taken very seriously because we've seen you know, within 90 days of an election. Suddenly, the Democrats are trying to change the rules trying to pass new laws, and it's just It's absolutely absurd, So it's definitely a problem. The good news is we have been winning in court, and these cases are becoming public. People are being arrested, which means that system is working. It's just I was just announced that President Trump is having a rally in Sanford, Florida Monday night at seven o'clock, so he's going to be maybe it. Maybe it took more than the weekend to set it up, but he's definitely so tonight is tonight could be on Tucker Carlson show, and he's going to get a examination from Dr Siegel. Mark Siegel, and I think that should be another rye. Interesting bit of Ah, media. It had a very interesting media day for the president. It will be interesting and entertaining. To say the least. You know, the President's very serious about letting the American people know that he's recovering well, and I think that is important because we all saw how the mainstream media was trying to take this horrible picture when the president was tested positive for Covitz But now he just wants Americans to know I'm still me. I'm fine. I'm functioning, ready to get back on the campaign trail. He's been doing these interviews who's been calling it and I was going to do chuck her tonight with Dr Siegel. And it should be an interesting night. What did you think of The New York Times early edition story today, saying that the president appeared in front of a green Elektronik backdrop and that he really wasn't outside the White House. How crazy can these people get a trainer Pearson, You hear me, laughing? I mean, it's the stake New New York time. You know, I mean, it gets gets better. Better. But guess what? It's just going to get worse and more crazy over the next 25 days. So bustle your feet. All right. Katrina Pierson, senior advisor for the Trump campaign, Thanks thanks very much for being with us, and I give our best to the President Goodluck tonight, Mr President and your Ryan your medical examination online. If TV even pure pain cream is continuing their buy one get one free promotion. 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"national committee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"30 40 times a day Because new stuff's always coming in. News is like that, too. New stuff happens all the time. So come back 345 times a day and know what's going on news Radio 1200 W away. I The Constitution of the United States of American Congress long ago put in place a plan of succession to ensure that the nation is protected. From adversaries and internal conflict when the elected president cannot serve. President were to die in office. A president word to die. An officer cannot serve 25th amendment kicks in. Vice president gets the gig. So what happens if at some point in the future you would think we have it figured out by now. A president dies in office. 30 days 40 days, 50 days before an election. Now you're opening up a whole nother can of beans. It gets messy, real quick. As I mentioned earlier, I asked this of 56 people over the weekend. No one knew. I didn't know that's why I was asking the question. But for some reason, my friends tend to think when I ask a question that I already know the answer, huh? No, I don't. But I do now. Kind of If the president a president cannot run for office anymore. It works like this. The Republican National Committee, the RNC Would have to produce a new nominee. That process would involve In unstinted today. That would be current chairwoman Rana McDaniel. And 168 national members, three from each state and territory. Now square. The messiness comes in. Many states. Have already started printing mailing accepting ballots. Some have already begun in person. Voting in the name of a new nominee could be unlikely to be printed on ballots in time for election Day. Which means now at this point we go. Okay. Well, what happens if that? Yeah, that worked to happen Some point. The future president dies. RNC gets together with 168 members. They decide. Okay, Well, we're going to go with Joe blow over here. Now He's going to be our new nominee to run for president of United States. Ah, yeah, But guess what? We can't get Amon. The ballots is over the line time. So then what? Nobody knows yet to write it in. No body knows. Well, according to Richard Hazan, law professor at the University of California, Irvine. It would be a question of what each state law says. Or eight states law doesn't say about what happens in this eventuality. In most state laws. Are absolutely silent. On the possibility of that happening. So you're right back to. Well, what do we do? Maybe the Supreme Court would decide. A question could be resolved by Congress. Course he was, or do you even find a starting point? Man. Well, this is the United States of America. I can't do the math. Tell you how many years old we are How old the Constitution is, But I can tell you think that you would have that figured out by now? Just in case. Everything you need to know This happened in the sports in the last 48 hours coming up. Doctors say the president could be discharged as soon as today if he keeps improving as White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows says President Trump continues to remain optimistic Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden continues to test negative for the virus as his campaign is at the pause button on negative ads about Trump. Early on Valley Police officer suffered broken bones after being run down by a suspect that was later shot by responding officers and all six local regal cinemas. Air Set to Go Dark, A pandemic hits its parents, parent company on a global scale, We'll have the story coming up. W Away I news time 8 22 now traffic.
"national committee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Perspective analysis. And by gum it you're gonna get it now, In a moment, we're gonna check in with Paris. Denard with the Republican National Committee Talk about tonight's big affair. Also coming up in the four o'clock hour looking that is one of our our own little committees. Women one of our own little delegates for Virginia, Patty Lyman, who was also by the way, a member of the Real Housewives of Hell. He's gonna tell us what it's like in Charlotte believes she is in Charlotte. We're also going to speak with representative Jody Heights of Georgia Republican Congressman Talkabout this convention and also some of the goings on in Congress. With regard to the the Postal Service of those hearings, all of that is coming up your Analysis as well as Maya now already This convention is better than the Democrats and I'm trying to be objective, But I got to tell you, it felt like a convention. They had a bunch of people in a big hall and they were nominating and they were. They wasn't like these weird made for YouTube videos that people were making, like sitting in a bathtub with Froot Loops and stuff or whatever it was, you know, it really felt like a convention. And then when the president got enough delegates that traditional moment when he secured the nomination, he's surprised everybody by showing up and he came out and he spoke. For quite some time, actually, and it was great and it was live and it was electric and it's what a political convention is supposed to be that good for them, and we're going to give you three hours of a lot of analysis of what's going on as if we were really there. Because it's a big deal. If we only do this every four years, Election day is just 70 days away, and this is a pretty big deal. If you want to really drive him crazy, you say 12 more years. Let's kick things off with the senior communications at via advisor for the Republican National Convention. He is Paris. Denard and a good good man hit Paris. Thanks for joining us. Since having me that was a real surprise When the president How do you surprise people with the president? President doesn't move around in a stealth mode here, but that genuinely seemed to be a surprise to people that he was there. While I was going to do some other things in North Carolina on and so on the official schedule and so it was a surprise because you saw but he was scheduled to do and Course The president wanted to be there in Charlotte because he said that he wanted to be respectful to the city into the officials who worked there to get him to have the comic convention there and I think into the delegate. That's a very nice gesture in comparison to Joe Biden, who refused to go to Wisconsin for his convention and you decide to stay. In his in Delaware, part merrily in his basement..
"national committee" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel notes that Paris was critical of Biden during the primaries when she was running for president to she said that I obviously he was part of mass incarcerations. We've seen his rhetoric recently, where he said all black people think the same. He called an African American journalist, a junkie. She's gonna have to write some of the wrongs that the biting campaign is committed in the gas that Joe Biden continually makes. Daniel. They're on Fox and friends. President Trump has an event today about safely reopening schools. There's a Corona virus outbreak in schools that opened last week in Georgia. The schools in Cherokee County, Georgia, north of Atlanta, where one of the first to open for the school year, with students reporting to the actual school for class. But now one building. Ito, a high school is being closed until September due to 15 people testing positive for Corona virus. And the need for 900 people now to quarantine While Georgia's governor won't implement a statewide school mask order, district officials now say there, considering it. Ito High was one of the schools in which photos online showed crowded conditions. Evan Brown Fox News Reports of serious injuries and they're smoked the scene of what's being called a major train derailment in North East Scotland. There've been flooding in the area, but it's not known exactly what caused that train to come off the tracks. America's listing to Fox News. News radio K LBJ on Patrick.
"national committee" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The Republican National Committee. Gathering restrictions in Charlotte for the upcoming convention will be eased to allow more than 10 people to conduct party business indoors. The state is insisting though that due to the Corona virus pandemic masks are worn and social distancing guidelines are observed. Dozens of large gatherings have been green lighted in South Carolina, despite rising Kobe cases. Earlier this month, the governor lifted the ban on gatherings of up to 250 people and allowed anyone who wanted to have a larger event toe. Ask the state Department of Commerce, the agency says more than 70 requests have been approved, among them September's NASCAR race at Darlington, where fans can watch in person. Testing for the virus remains trying to say the least. And now, health officials in California say data from potentially hundreds of thousands of tests is missing. A server outage July 25th meant lab results were not getting reported to state officials. And then the temporary fix wasn't disabled properly, leading to even further delays by as many as 300,000 lab results. Most are suspected to be covert tests. The California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley, says he doubts the delay impacts the overall decrease of cases in the state. We do feel confident in the trend. We've been looking at today's number, validating it and believe that the trend has been stabilizing and coming down, he says. The numbers that calculate hospitalizations and deaths are not among these numbers. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News, another example of testing imperfection. The positive result, followed by the negative result for Ohio Governor Mike DeWine. The positive results came from a rapid test. The negative result came from a more sensitive laboratory developed.
"national committee" Discussed on KGO 810
"National Committee forces Bernie out I think he will run as independent Ross Perot two point oh can first of all the Democratic National Committee wouldn't force him out voters would if they don't vote foreman secondly this is really interesting that when you when you boil it all down the candidate who will be selected will be chosen by Democrats which is the way it should be I think four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten R. no me just see here John says I'm a foreigner and I have to tell you all the democratic presidential candidates care more about illegal immigrants than they do poor Americans veterans homeless people in America this is unbelievable well John I'm sure there are many who would call in and disagree with you but that is the way in which Donald Trump portrays it under Joe sends me an email no question just Happy Birthday and thank you very much for that Joe Joe writes me wonderful emails for which I'm very grateful let's go now to our crag one of my car my goodness Greg delighted to have you go for it thanks man happy birthday by the way thank you so much the first time I've been able to listen to your show I'm in San Diego so I don't really get you down there and listen to young driver down through from Idaho today this evening and I just had to call because I I can't vote for either burning or by either one and I just don't know what to do I've never voted for a Republican I have not voted for democratic couple of times but I just I can't do it and so when you go to the polls on November third could you theoretically I'm just asking for your radically could you theoretically go into the booth vote for everything else but not vote for president no I'll vote for president but I just won't be for one of the for any of them from what I perceived to be in in the democratic candidates yeah I'll vote down for everything else most everything there some some I look at each stage struck commercial districts and so for that look at the person and I have voted for Republicans in and commercial restriction in local elections not many but I have voted for some yeah I just you know I will you know I would both worked out Chelsea Kelsey Grammer gabber excuse me and I'll probably vote for her in November third is a writing even though I know it to vote for last time your vote for last time I voted you were a crop and why would you vote for him this time well I I didn't want to vote for last time I just with the lesser of two evils for me yeah I did I just couldn't hear you at all you know I don't think you know god she's too dishonest and I just could not vote for her can you not tell same to cater to our bill say more about Biden I don't think he's a an honest person do you think you feel the same way about trump today you know I don't want to vote for trump yeah what about foreign discount but but I I can't see anybody voting for a socialist like that especially now more my whole life I'm seventy years old I'm still working and I will never you couldn't pay me to go for for Sanders but I think that Bloomberg is going to take away another delegates from Biden said earnings are we want to get it anyway unless they place a Maggie thank you it yeah with the special delegates and not I think they will I mean that's what they did last time but I hope they don't I feel very strongly let me let me ask you one last question if you're a marmite I hope you'll be listening tomorrow night beginning at six up if number does not score an effective campaign victory across the board should he dropped out should Michael Bloomberg drop out yes you got that he should never be in the first place but.
"national committee" Discussed on AP News
"Democratic National Committee is calling for a re canvas of the results of Monday's Iowa caucus the AP's at Donna here reports results slowly came out there were technical issues DNC chair Tom per red said on Twitter enough is enough there was a coding error back up phone lines for reporting the outcomes were jammed many were placed on hold for hours the numbers and I or show PT boat a judge and Bernie Sanders in a virtual tie I had been promoted as a chance for Democrats to find some clarity in a jumbled presidential field much of the political world now has shifted to New Hampshire and Tuesday's first in the nation primary and Donahue Washington that's astronaut Christina cook landed safely in Kazakhstan after spending nearly eleven months in orbit the longest space flight by a woman she was held out of the Soyuz capsule after landing and given a quick post flight check up alongside her international space station crew mates station commander loop apartment Tano of the European Space Agency and the Russian space agencies Alexander skorts tops the Russians so use MS thirteen capsule carrying the three touchdown on Thursday cooks mission provides researchers the opportunity to observe the effects of long duration space flight and a woman the study is important since NASA plans to return to the moon under the Artemis program and prepare for human exploration of Mars cook told the Associated Press in January taking part in the first all female space walk which happened in October was the highlight of permission an Illinois woman has left a forty five million dollar bequests to the opera theater of Saint Louis which will more than double the company's endowment fund the company announced Thursday the organizations that the gift from Phyllis Herndon Brisa than of Springfield Illinois is one of the largest gifts in American opera history the eighty six year old president was all like board member and a generous contributor since it opened in nineteen seventy six she died of heart failure on December seventeenth in Springfield our family owned department stores her husband Walter died in nineteen eighty six and she had no immediate family the companies that she donated about two and a half million dollars before her bequest but she made most of our gifts anonymously this is a I'm ready to fall lay hundreds of Americans.
"national committee" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"The Democratic National Committee has announced that the Democrats next primary debate will proceed as planned this Thursday all seven of the candidates who qualified for the debate it threatened to boycott the form over a labor dispute a union representing workers on Loyola Marymount university's campus threatened to continue picketing over their failure to reach a collective bargaining agreement with the food service companies the deck so the chair of the Democratic National Committee chrisley stepped in to help broker a deal Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders Joe Biden Pete but a judge a B. clover jar tops dire and injury gang have qualified to appear at the Thursday night debate president trump says he would like to participate in at least three general election debates he's threatening to side step the nonprofit group charged with running them he made the base was complained that the commission on presidential debates is stacked with trump haters and never transfers and threaten to bypass the commission trump tussled with the commission as well as fox news about the debates during the twenty sixteen election cycle he incorrectly claimed Monday on Twitter the commission was forced to publicly apologize for modulating his microphone in the first general election debate against democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in September of twenty sixteen fully Bochy reports the president might sit out the general action debates in twenty twenty he says the commission on presidential debates is biased against him although he did say he'd be willing to do more than the usual three if you did agree to the sponsor the commission has been hosting these since nineteen eighty eight with a history of impartiality it wouldn't be the first time president trump projects debates the cycle he also refused to debate his Republican primary challengers mark Sanford who since dropped out bill weld and Joe Walsh the former Illinois congressman who says the GOP is shutting both the remaining challengers out the Republican Party is trying to protect five states it cancel primaries couple of the states want to have a primary but only room for Donald Trump on the ballot transferable can opponents are struggling to get their message out Democrats are on the road in Pittsburgh over the weekend MSNBC and the national education association or any day the largest labor union in the country posted seven democratic candidates at a forum ever completely dedicated to education issues lily a school singer Sierra is the NE as president her priority was to get candidates on record committing to providing students equal and equitable education we have one person really to thank for raising this to the national level and so let me give a shout out to Betsy device who continues to be the cautionary tale of what happens when you have a president that thinks that someone that doesn't know anything about education should be the secretary of education there have been some devastating things that have happened to our students because of Betsy devices decisions on things like protecting student civil rights or special education funding Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren a former public school special education teacher address an issue of equal opportunity using property taxes to fund schools long as we keep basing funding mostly on whether or not you live in a neighborhood where they can afford to pay high property taxes or low property taxes.
"national committee" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Everywhere right everybody was able to watch it but the democratic national committee the dnc has sold out to a certain network and they've embargoed it where we cannot run it live and i'm not going to tell you what you network it is because we can't we can't run it life so this is all the audio we can give you tonight on the debates There it is. Enjoy it. What do you mean? Tim. That's it. we can't we can't do it we'll be able to you know once once we're recording it and once it's not live we can dip in and out of it but the d._n._c. needs everybody to watch these things and needs everybody decide who's going to be the next president why would they sell out to one station i don't get it i really don't get it but but you know what maybe i'm not supposed to get it that's possible as well all right so if we if anything interesting happens tonight we'll be able to tell you saturday if anything happened interesting tonight but it really truly is you know you're shooting yourself in the foot here the d._n._c. probably took money from the network that's airing it the one network that's airing it but nobody's going to watch it because most people can't even find where m._s._n._b._c. is on on their dial most people even know where it is we're m._s._n._b._c. is on your dial tone not at home no i know here because we have to kind of dip in every now and then but this is on the the mothership right right but it but but dnc the dnc has made a deal with just one network and m._s._n._b._c. was the one you know the cable network carrying it john you're in for mondo tonight you know where m._s._n._b._c. is at home on your cable i have no idea yeah i don't either i have no idea where it is i think it's i can't even tell you within one hundred of where it is i think it's the twos might be in the threes i don't know where it is valued at home MSNBC. The twenties twenty Ovitz in the twenty s I don't know. and actually now that you mention it and i'm thinking about him is in b._c. i don't know which of the upper seven forties it is but i know c._n._n. and fox up there so m._s._n._b._c. must be up there too so you only know it because the other two networks right near it right which is interesting because m._s._n._b._c.'s ratings are now better than c._n._n.'s that's right at home on my cable not cable i have direct t._v. i know fox is three sixty and i know that c._n._n..
"national committee" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Or you can use to tighten security, which does both bluetooth and hardware. And that's the only way you can log in, and that actually turns off number of useful features in your every single time you long every single time. So that's for people like pedestrian. If you're if you're the Democratic National Committee. Absolutely be securing your Email. What is what is Google? Call it the super super duper. Thank ation technology. But it's they even say this is going to be really inconvenient. But it's good. Yeah. I tried it because I thought, well, I'd like to call Google Vance protection. And I tried it for a while. But you're right Carson, I was bemoaning it every time they were a last year, there were rights Khan, and we're offering he's free to, because these are people who are out there doing dangerous things. He's rights advocates. Yeah. And they the mole and hundred. Yeah. If you think the Russians are after you, you, you wanna do this. You have to buy two keys. And register them with your Google account. They do say they've added some new features. What happens if I lose both my keys? You're bored. If you've lost both keys and do not have access to a log in session. You have to submit a request to recover your accounts. It will take a few days for Google to verify it's you and grant, you access both keys, you, you simply must use social engineering to get. Yeah. There should never be. It's always remember security is that's always the weakest link. That's why if SMS is allowed the bad guys have SMS. It's why I don't believe in secret questions which are adaptable authentication method. And whenever I see that it drives me nuts because nobody should ever use secret questions. You should treat secret questions like a password and provide it with a random password, which you record in your last pass. But I actually was on a site the other day that had dropped down secret questions and dropdown secret answers. So you couldn't do that you had to use Gresley, we'll company that every time I go in and ask the same questions from the same drop down. That's not right. And this is a company that has controlling access about much of my access to the internet. Yeah. See. Problematic. I should do the advanced protection again. Especially after you challenged everyone on your show. Believe me, it doesn't take a challenge to get people trying to act, my accounts, it's fine. I can live with it. But actually, the low hanging fruit is probably my Twitter account because again, Twitter required. If you started tweeting though, we'd all be like, what is happening? This is not the that's how that's how Matthew's daughter. She realizes started because she looked at his Twitter as Monica Google. Let's do the change because there's some interesting things come in from Google. Car, -cation yet cars, your job. Come on. I really see the curve on that. I'm so sorry. Oh, no. I can't see what's going on, on the on the board over there. It's a little distant dark. But I just imagine Carson going like. Hitting every button going wait for my -cation. Kryptonite. I just saw this Google assistant showed me where I parked today. Oh, sure. You what that, okay? Okay eat. Why did you park there? If you don't want that you may remember it used to do that. With Google now has gone. But now assistant will Google then. Yeah. See, I haven't app, that's done this for me for for years. And it turns on when I push button..
"national committee" Discussed on The Takeaway
"So far we've been talking about new rules that will impact the democratic candidates running for president official ones that is decided by the Democratic National Committee, but here's one that's not exactly official. I'm not taking a dime of Pac money in this campaign. Making a single check from federal lobbyist. Then of course, is Senator Elizabeth Warren, and she's not alone pretty much every major democratic candidate has said, they will refuse corporate pack money, Maggie seven's. A reporter who covers money in politics said there does seem to be a new set of rules for financing campaigns. This time around you know, I would say that there are some new rules, and they're kind of rooted in the previous presidential election where we saw some really interesting things going on most notably. We saw Trump really running on this kind of idea of draining the swamp, you know, and I think that one thing we learned from the last election is that voters are really concerned about corruption and they're really concerned about money. And so one thing that you're seeing this cycle is a lot of Democrats as they enter the field. They're putting all these rules on how they raise money, and they're doing this to really make a statement saying, you know, I'm not the candidate of the rich. It wasn't. Just Donald Trump who ran on. The his message was basically you can't buy me off. Because I got it my own money. Right. Nobody. I don't have special interests any also sort of exposed to the game. Right. I was one of those donors. I get it you give money to get access. So he was sort of the truth teller and the other truth teller was Bernie Sanders who also ran on this. My average contribution is twenty seven dollars. Now, we go to twenty eighteen so many Democrats swore off corporate funding them, and I remember talking to a lot of worried democratic strategist he said, they're never going to be able to raise enough money. They were proven wrong. A lot of these first time candidates raise five six seven million dollars through small dollar donations or without corporate packs to a rogue raised eighty million dollars taking no pack money. But how likely is it that these candidates running for president who need to raise tens of millions of dollars are going to be able. To raise that kind of money without tapping into traditional sources of funding. That's and that's really the hot question right now. And I think that when I talk to a lot of strategist and campaign consultants. You know, it's interesting because everyone would love to have tens of millions of dollars and not have to raise any of it. That's kind of the dream. And in a way, that's what I I mean that isn't what Sanders did in two thousand sixteen but he really his campaign caught fire, and he had tons of people who are giving him lots of money and twenty seven dollar increments. I think a lot of other campaigns right now is they're getting going see being in his position. It's really a luxury that they can't afford. And so for them, it's kind of saying how much can we get from the small dollar donations, and how much do we have to get from everywhere else? So I've kind of used Jay Inslee as one example, you know, a lot of people say why does he's kind of one of the candidates who has superpac helping him one of very few at this point. Why does Jay Inslee have a super Pac will no one a lot of people? Don't know James Lee is he's the governor of Washington. He really needs name ID. He doesn't have a Bernie Sanders army of people who are going to help him out. And so he's someone who has wealthy donors shortly after he announced someone did a one million dollar ad by an Iowa that's going to help get Jay Inslee name out there. And so I think for a lot of people there's this combination. No one knows the answer. But what you're seeing campaigns do in action, which kind of shows what their theory of the cases is really this hybrid. You know, comma, Harris is a good example, she someone who's kind of proving to be a powerhouse. She's holding multiple campaign fundraisers every week with a lot of wealthy donors. There are a lot of people who seem to be ready to back her bid. They find her to be really inspiring. And part of the reason that wealthy people. Find her to be inspiring because they saw her campaign launch was really packed in Oakland. And they think that she's a really interesting person, you know, and liberals think oh Kamla has a lot of grassroots energy. And so, you know, she could really be the nominee, and so they wanna lineup and support her. But she also is someone who's really working hard to get those small dollar donors up. I think everyone, you know, Democrats are. Are all really jealous of the Bernie Sanders work model right now. But I don't think most people think that they could do a full campaign. I also want to figure out then we have all these unwritten rules, so polices them who decides which candidate has gone outside the bounds. So to speak of the right kind of fund raising, you know, okay? Well, you're not taking corporate pack money. But this person who's the CEO of a big pharmaceutical company is doing a fundraiser for you is that going to be policed by the individual candidates by reporters like you by outside groups. How's that going to work? It seems like it's going to be all the above. I think that the you've heard a little bit from the candidates policing each other because they certainly, you know, if you if you're going to voluntarily say, I'm not going to do this. You're not going to let someone else off the hook. And it's been a pretty friendly primary so far but not on this like. They're kind of willing to nudge each other a little bit on this issue because I think that it is potent. And it's you know, and I'm thinking when I say this of Warren in particular is willing to kind of point out what she's doing kind of point out what other people are doing. I think that groups sometimes, you know, you have groups like citizens United out there for the most part. There's no real militant there's no kind of pita of campaign finance group. That's interested in kind of saying everyone has to do X Y Z. But I think there are groups that are interested in kind of playing in this space, and you know, it's becoming space that's going to be self policing, which means it's going to be wild. I think the question of is it fair to have if you say that you don't take corporate pack money is it fair to have all of these individuals from these companies giving your campaigns. I think that ultimately kind of if voters start getting angry about that. Then candidates are going to have to move on it, and what this is all kind of building. Towards by the way, and sense is alternately one of these people is going to be running against Trump. And I think that it's Democrats have kind of shown over the last since basically since he ran for president, you know, kind of a failure to launch really salient lines of attack on him. And I think that there's kind of this implication, when you really dig into some of the strategy and the thinking behind this, you know, yes, this is a primary issue, and it's a really becoming a key primary issue for people. But also, there's thinking I think among a lot of Democrats that this is going to be really really crucial to when it comes to defeating him is having someone who can have a certain degree of purity about them and be able to really kind of dislodge him and come at him and the family connections, the Trump industry the whole idea that he is corrupt president. How exactly that anti-trump message eventually gets honed and defined it'll depend on the candidate. But I think that that's where. A lot of this is going Maggie. Thank you so much for coming in and talking to me. Thank you for having me. Now, you submarines covers money in politics for politico. Let's
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"Now when apple one zero seven seven three five c I wanna just kinda take you back and let you remember why this man is presidency. Everybody wanted somebody say well is poor white folks voting Republican well, poor black folks vote democrat in droves every election, you go have people vote. We all know this. This is this had this honest moment, right here, you have people to go vote every election. And if they are democrat digital all the all the way down the ballot. They all know, they'll nobody namely on on that platform altogether. Democrat. Republicans do the same thing, you don't know nothing about this person's platform, but you I'm both one because they're democrat. What if they moderate democrat or what if they are democrat? There's more more of a conservative democrat than than the liberal one that you might want. I mean, so this this is what I'm trying to understand that this this. He's they're not because. It's the electoral college fault. It's not the college. What the fault was this, right? Nobody took him serious. And and the Democrats was so so sure Hillary was gonna win. And the DNC one and heard the be the nominee understand some this is the other part of this. This this whole scenario that people don't understand. The DNC is the Democratic National Committee, Bernie is the independent y'all. He's not a democrat, y'all realized it, right? So the DNC didn't have a loyalty to Bernie. They loyalty was to Hillary Clinton. This is why Debbie Wasserman Schultz did everything she did. She did everything she did to help Hillary win. Because Bernie is not a democrat. Bernie's people get mad that the DNC did this for Hillary. But the reality of it is is they did what they were supposed to do to be honest because he's not a democrat. And so they were so sure did Hillary was gonna win. This is the other bullcrap this wrong in America is wrong with the civil rights organizations is wrong with the political organizations. Everybody think you gotta wait your turn. You gotta wait. You'll turn is her term is his term. That's why he should be the nominee because this. He's waiting this longest time him to have his term what. What if somebody's better? Well, they waited long enough. In the civil rights organizations. The black ones. This is why you see the same people out for an enhanced because they don't want to see. So you gotta understand that. This man is president not because a poor white people. Because the white people he's president because of the media he's president because of the DNC he's president. Because of the fact that the Obama administration had this information and didn't refuse to let it out. That's why he's president child. And he brilliantly made himself look like the victim. Because all the stuff was coming up. Boom, boom, boom. Boom. Boom. It was all coming out. And so it just kept adding up CAD up adding up up to the point where people started thing, he he was just a regular do. We all know, he ain't nothing. Ain't none Ingram appointed on on on about struggle. I'm just having his come to Jesus moment which all right now. And so when we talk about. Even finances in this country. All the stuff that's happened in financially in this country right now is predicated on what this administration is doing. This administration is in a tariff war. They're so concerned about this videotape audiotape that is a nothing burger an much to do about nothing thing. They're not even talking about how it's affecting the farmers. This terror. Isn't that talking about what Putin Trump talked about in private? Again. Like, I said the only way that tape could have been played legally is Trump had to waive his attorney client privilege, why would he waive that privilege? If it was something damning on the video that could hurt him. But the media. Man. They went crazy. Like, they had just busted open. Watergate. So. We need to start looking.
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"The Democratic National Committee has that the Iowa caucuses the first nation contest for February. Third twenty twenty and list of Democrats running for president has already hit double digits and is expected to continue growing over the next few months, a strong finish in Iowa has proven valuable Hillary Clinton narrowly defeated Bernie Sanders for years ago before capturing the democratic nomination. President Obama won Iowa in a crowded field in two thousand eight President George W Bush was the last Republican to win the Iowa caucuses and his party's nomination. Neither John McCain Mitt Romney nor President Trump when the Iowa caucuses in Washington Jared Halpern. Fox News today. Flags will be at half staff near Cincinnati, Ohio. A Clermont county sheriff's deputy was killed during a twelve hour standoff leaving behind a wife and a five year old son. He Twenty-three-year-old suspect is facing aggravated murder charges. Another deputy was also. Wounded but his injuries aren't life threatening. A beer company is bringing back a popular promotion to help those with student loan debt, natural light beers. A Super Bowl ad won't just sell you on their product. It may also help you pay off student loans last year natty light gave away a million dollars to help. Twenty-five lucky winners pay off their debt. Now, they're doing it again with another million up for grabs this year. They're also committing ten million dollars to address college debt through twenty Twenty-eight those who want to try and get some of the money from the Super Bowl contests. We'll have until made a post a video on social media describing their inspiration for going to college and be sure to use the hashtags contest and natty stories Tanya, j powers Fox News. So Francis will give a speech tonight in Abu Dhabi the highlight of a brief forty hour. Visit to the Arabian peninsula known for restrictions on religious freedom. The pope began the historic visit to the United Arab Emirates by meeting with the federation's leader any.
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"I'll put a link to that where I post this on my blog. I just got a big picture political partisan question. It seems to me that many people certainly most Trump supporters continue to doubt whether Russia interfered in anything in twenty sixteen and this is just this fake news. Is there any basis for doubt about that at this point? Nope. This is just crystal clear as a matter of what our intelligence services, tell us. A matter of what people like you can ask pertain, but just studying online behavior it happened. It is there's really nothing else. Say about the intelligence agencies know, what happened foreign governments know it happened. Researchers what happened the platforms acknowledge it happened? I mean, the sure there can be some small group of people who continues to, you know, live like ostriches. But that doesn't mean that it didn't happen. When what do you do with the charge that we do the same thing? All the time everywhere our selves, so this this really nothing to complain about here. Well, I mean, we probably do it to each other at this point. Right. There's evidence of that as far back as twenty sixteen. You know, some things that insinuations about Alabama. There's a whole lot of lot of evidence that domestic groups can and do do this as well. And and that's why what I what I keep going to when I talk about this topic publicly is that this is not a partisan issue. This is not a one, you know, one St. won't one foreign actor interfering at one moment issue. This is sort of just an ongoing global challenge at this. Point if we're speaking specifically about Russia, and whether that happened, I think that it's it's incontrovertible truth at this point. And the other thing that seems incontrovertible that it happened to favor the election of Trump in many obvious ways. And in many surprising ways that will go into, but they were not playing both sides of this was not a pro Clinton campaign and in your report, you break down three ways, which they're meddling influence things, and or were tempted to influence things we're gonna be talking about one of them just run through those three quickly. And then we'll focus on one the first were temps actually hack online voting systems, and you know, that that's been reported on elsewhere. Secondly, there were there was just this very well-known consequential cyber attack on the Democratic National Committee and the leaking of that material. Wikileaks and that was obviously to the braid disadvantage of the Clinton campaign. Then finally, and this is what we're going to focus on. There was just that the social influence based on the disinformation campaign of the sort that you're you've just described using Botts and fake personas and targeting various groups this what's the prize in when you get into the details of who was targeted in the kinds of messages that were spread it's fairly sophisticated and amazingly cynical. There's a kind of morbid fun. You can imagine. These people were having at our expense in how they played one community against another in American society. So let's focus on this third method. And this was coming from something called the internet research agency. What what will call them the IRA is you do in your report, what is the IRA? And what were they doing to us? So the IRA. Is you could think of them a little bit day social media marketing agency meets in mentality agency. So what they did to a large extent was they kind of built these pages. They built these communities. They built these personas, and they pretended to be Americans Americans of all stripes. So some were southern confederate summer, Texas, cessionist some were black liberationists at really they've had all these personas. They really ran the gamut what they were doing was they were creating pages to appeal to tribalism. So a lot of the lot of the conversation about the IRA or the last two years has referred to this idea that they were exploiting divisions in society. And that's true. But the data set that I had access to which was provided by the tech platforms to the Senate intelligence committee was the first time that anybody saw the full scope accord, you know, through the full two and a half years, and what we saw there was not a media marketing me ship poster type. Agency. That was just throwing out memes have has early and trying to explain divisions..