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"national republican party" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Morning to on you this Thursday morning it is June 8th and at 531 we currently have cloudy skies and 55 degrees in downtown Seattle along with Brian Calvert I'm Amanda factor and here's what's happening shots ring out overnight at an apartment complex in Skyway the sheriff's office says up to two people were wounded como for reports has happened at the Creston Point apartments along MLK jr. way south no word yet on the conditions of the victims and so far there have been no arrests a man was rushed to the hospital overnight after a crash in Thurston County state troopers were chasing him in Tumwater it happened here Tumwater Boulevard where troopers say the driver was going about 50 miles per hour before going off the road and hitting a tree police say the driver admitted to drinking beforehand that's como force Holly Menino no word yet on the condition man's two more people have died following a bacterial outbreak at Virginia Mason Medical Center the two latest deaths brings the overall total to nine since the start of the outbreak last year to date 33 people have been infected with Klebsiella pneumoniae a bacterial infection that lives naturally in our digestive system Virginia Mason said they are working with the State Department of Health and the CDC to identify the source of transmission that's como force Mary nom a University of Washington professor who specializes in the science of disinformation finds herself at the center of a national Republican Party inquiry Northwest News bills Corwin Hake explains the US House Judiciary Committee chaired by congressman Jim Jordan Ohio wants you done professor Kate starboard to turn over her documents related to starbirds research into especially disinformation as it relates to former president Donald Trump and other Republican politicians starboard a former pro basketball player with the Seattle Storm is co -founder of the UW Center for an informed public in this 2021 video she speaks about how she believes the campaign spread disinformation about voter fraud president Trump his campaign didn't just prime his audience to be receptive to narratives of voter fraud they inspired them to produce these narratives themselves and then echoed those false claims back to them the Washington Post reports starboard met with Jordan Tuesday the meeting followed a letter Jordan sent in March to starbirds UW Center the Post reports the letter demanded years of starbirds communications saying the center may have supported a quote censorship regime backed by the Biden administration Corwin Haake Northwest News Radio Edmonds police warn about a man who is pretending to be one of them police got a report from someone who was in their vehicle pulled over on the side of the road at Olympic View Drive and Talbot Road they say a black Jeep with lights and sirens pulled in behind the driver had a vest that said sheriff and he claimed to be an Edmonds police officer when questioned though the man got back into the Jeep and took off Edmonds police say they do not have a black Jeep patrol vehicle and if you see this person or vehicle call 911 that's Como 4's Eric Houston coming up on the morning news it is not the typical model for addressing homelessness Pierce County moving though ahead with Pierce County Village I'm Carleen Johnson with details it's 5 34 time to check your traffic something we do every 10 minutes from the high -performance homes traffic center Kiara anything slowing us down just yet we don't have any major blocking problems right now Brian but we are definitely thickening up on north on i -5 beginning right around state route 18 and Federal Way and we're gonna stick with some heavier slowing much the way to state route 516 and after that it's sort of slow and go as you're traveling into the South Center area and we're just starting to see some extra brake right around the Convention Center but no heavy slowing yet into downtown Seattle on eastbound 512 that's going to be busy between 94th and 167 some lighter slowing right as we're starting to enter the Pacific area it'll become busier 15th from street southwest to it northwest and then sort of this scattered slowing to 277th and then you'll back also up for about a mile as you're approaching 405 northbound 405 that's becoming heavier as you're approaching Talbot we'll get a little bit of a break and then right around state route 169 we'll start to slow down again you'll do that to about northeast 5th our next northwest traffic at 544 our report this time is sponsored by Wendy's late night Wendy's drive -thru
"national republican party" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"But he says it could end up freezing a national Republican Party that may be ready to move on from Trump. Now, huge fatigue factor on mister Trump is really overwhelming politically and still the GOP is getting boxed in here now and that could be a long-term problem for them come 2024. The Washington state Republican Party has made no statement in response to the Trump indictments. Coraline hake, northwest, news radio. A Washington state man pleads guilty in connection with the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. capitol as part of an agreement with federal prosecutors 64 year old Jeffrey grace of battleground pleaded guilty to entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds, according to KGW TV, three other charges were dropped in exchange. He could face up to 6 months in prison when he is sentenced in August. Grace's son, Jeremy, also took part in the riot and has pleaded guilty to the same charge. He was given 21 days in prison and supervised release, prosecutors used a photographic evidence in the case, including multiple selfies, the two of them took while committing the crime. Jeff pojo in northwest news radio, dozens of inmates booked into King County's downtown Seattle jail, will end up held in Des Moines. At a cost of $1.75 million per year, Alan Nance is with the county department of adult and juvenile detention and says the move is necessary. To manage the jail population here at Seattle, given the staff shortages about a third of the downtown jails correctional officers left during the pandemic, the King County council has approved a plan to send about 50 inmates to the south correctional entity
"national republican party" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"Hang event and you know it's interesting in two is not only that she'd been involved in wyoming. Gop politics for a while. She was actually an adviser to chain at one point when she was trying to unseat. Then senator mike enzi and so this is going to be a particularly nasty fight playing out into nathanielsz broader point. Wyoming's very red state. I think voters are kind of looking for a signal of who back. Who isn't cheney. And if the party establishment in the state gets behind taken it. I think that will be quite hard for cheney to mount a fight against how splintered is the field at the moment. do we have any polls in that. Primary had other candidates who are not cheney or haeggman cloud and. I'm still in this race. And i'm gonna fight till primary day to try to win this thing if cheney's hail. Mary is just a real splintering of the vote to the point that she can win with a third or less of the vote. How realistic does that scene. so gaylon. it's hard to say at this point. how the field will solidify. We know that two challengers have already dropped out given trump's endorsement. But you know. We looked back in march at the ten house. Republicans who had voted for impeachment and of course cheney was one of those representatives and you know immediately people running from her right in wyoming against her now. Those two candidates at the time you know were more fringe elements within the party but important point here. Is that the state party within wyoming a lot more conservative than even the national republican party that we think of and so to the extent that cheney benefits from a fractured feel. The field is still fractured. It could remain that way but if we are seeing movement around hagan and that really could then be hard for cheney to overcome all right. Well we will see what happens next. As far as i understand that there are still six challengers and the race. We'll see how close it gets to a two person race by primary day. But let's move on and talk about biden's new vaccine mandates nathaniel. Are we going to say goodbye to you for that segment but thank you so much for joining me today. Thinks gail thanks kaylynn. So what do americans think about the new co vaccine mandates or..
"national republican party" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Our phone number is 1 802 2 to 5 to 2 to 1 802 225222 Again. I quote my friend John Phillips a perfect opportunity to change the political landscape in California. We could have taken the governorship, but it's being blown because Republican National Committee, not behind Larry Elder. He's way ahead of everyone else way I had of everyone else, but they don't want to support him or endorse him. I think I know the reason why 1 802 225222. Let's go back to the phones. Linda, Welcome to Leo to point out. Yeah, I'm here now I'm a former chairman of the L. A County Republican Party. I served three terms. I also was on the board of California Republican Party, and they have a lot of limitations that are making it a problem for them to endorse And when I was chairman And on the board, I I saw that problem and a few other chairman and I got together and went to the county Chairman Association and made a proposal that we endorsed. We managed to get the signatures a couple of the other chairman, I went around the other thing and made it so we were able to endure Linda can I can I appreciate your titles and everything. I'm talking about the big boys. The National Committee. I'm fully aware of, and and and that's what I'm talking about. So I wanna make sure we stay on point because the state GOP ended up with no endorsement. Okay? That was embarrassing to me. That was embarrassing, Uh, do that. That's what I'm telling you. They didn't happen to Belinda. I'll go back to what I said the National Committee, the National Republican Party. Has not gotten involved or endorse Larry Elder. That's a fact. I know that and that's what we're talking about. Do you agree or disagree with that? Do you agree or disagree with they? I think they should have an inverse. They should have done it. Oh, no, no, no, no, no, Linda. It's not about what they should have done. It's what they did not do. They did not endorse Larry Elder. That's the issue today. Thank you very much for your call. You see, folks, I I don't know who only got an hour. It is undisputed. That's the national Republican Party did not endorse Larry Elder. Okay, please. I art Leo Lewis. We do our homework. There is no stake Republican Party in my opinion. Kevin McCarthy, Kevin McCarthy, Kevin McCarthy, Kevin McCarthy. He is the number one leader of Congress Minority Leader He will be speaker of the House. Where is he? At? Come on. I'll go again and quote John Phillips for the 19th time. We had a golden opportunity to take the governorship. And Republicans are playing the same foolish game of this organization like he did in Georgia when we lost to Republican seats in Georgia. You know why? I said it might note. I'm a trump Republican. I said that at the top of the hour, you know why Because Trump did not give a heck about the Republican so call country club rhinos. Let me give you a perfect example. Kevin Faulkner. Ellie type bait boat. They tell you to vote? No on the recall, But they say if you decide to vote for question Number two, we want you to pick Kevin Faulkner. You know why? Because he's a rhino. That's why I'm a Donald Trump supporter called Donald Trump took no prisoners within the Republican Party. The Republican Party trying to do duck the Republican Party tried to sink Donald Trump more so than the Democrats. I got news for you folks. Just because you gotta or in front of your name. That means nothing. I said Donald Trump. I tweet the every day I say. Hey, Mr President. Trump's do not trust the Republican leadership. Do not. Come on, Let's talk facts. Okay? Michelle..
The American Whig Party
"S weren't important time in american history. I've touched on this area in a few previous episodes in particular the one on the election of eighteen. Twenty four and on the six political eras in american history episode by the time of the eighteen. Twenty election the federalist party had completely fallen apart president. James monroe literally ran unopposed for president in eighteen. Twenty four all four. The candidates for president who received electoral votes came from the same party. The democratic republican party after this election the democratic republican party to fell apart and they were replaced by democratic party which was led by andrew jackson. This is the direct descendant of the modern day political party with the same name in eighteen. Twenty eight the incoming president was john quincy adams and he ran against jackson but the party. He was associated with wasn't really an organized party. It was alternatively called the national republican party the anti jacksonian party and the plain old republican party although this was not related to the modern day party jackson dominated the political landscape during this era from eighteen. Twenty eight to eighteen thirty six. He was president and even after his presidency. He cast a long shadow over american politics. The opponents of jackson were at i simply known as anti jacksonians because they were united in their opposition to jackson. It wouldn't be correct to say that the anti jacksonians were simply a revival of the federalist party. By this time there had been a complete realignment. In the american political system some democratic republicans went on to form the new democratic party but some also became anti jacksonians. The beginning of the whig party began with the nullification crisis. Congress had passed a series of tariffs in eighteen twenty eight and eighteen thirty two which dramatically increase the taxes on imported goods. This was vehemently objected to in the south which called it. The tariff of abominations as the south was highly dependent on agricultural exports
"national republican party" Discussed on Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan
"Of government but the libertarians. The left wing green party. The conservative constitution party and other smaller parties received minimal support and appear on the ballot in only some states most political scientists and historians divide the development of our two party system into five euros. The first system consisted of the federalist party which supported the constitution's ratification and the anti federalists sometimes called the democratic republican party or jeffersonian republicans who oppose the powerful central government that the constitution established when it took effect in seventeen eighty nine. The federalists had grown from a network begun by george washington treasury secretary alexander hamilton pushing for a strong united central government close ties with britain a centralized banking system and links between the government and men of wealth. Although james madison wrote the federalist papers together with hamilton and although he inveighed against political parties madison also co-founded the democratic republican party with jefferson who strongly opposed hamilton and his agenda. The jeffersonians came to power in eighteen hundred and the federalists managed to survive in the northeast. But they're elitist refusal to support the war of eighteen. Twelve verged on secession and suffered hugely when that war ended. Well the second party system eighteen twenty eight to eighteen fifty four followed the splintering of the democratic republican party two major parties were left to dominate the landscape. The whig party led by henry clay that grew from the national republican party and advocated the primacy of congress over the executive branch as well as policies of modernization and of economic protectionism. The early eighteen fifties saw the collapse of the whigs largely as a result of a major intra-party split over slavery resulting from the kansas nebraska. Act the democratic party led by andrew. Jackson supported the primacy of the presidency over other branches of government and opposed both the bank of the united states as well as modernizing programs that they feared would build up industry at the expense of farmers and an agricultural then nation. The third party system. Roughly eighteen fifty four to the mid. Eighteen nineties was characterized by the emergence of anti-slavery republicans and adopted many of the economic policies of the whigs such as national banks railroads high tariffs homesteads and aid to land grant colleges civil war and reconstruction issues polarized the parties until the infamous compromise of eighteen seventy seven which ended the progress of reconstruction. Both parties then became broad voting coalitions with the race issue pulling newly enfranchised. African american men called friedman into the republican party. While white southern men called redeemers joined the democrats the democratic coalition also had catholic emigrants and pro business conservative quote copperheads close quote. The republican coalition had businessmen shopowners skilled craftsmen clerks and professionals the fourth party system eighteen ninety six to approximately nineteen thirty two saw major shifts in the central issues of debate and corresponded with the progressive era dominated by republicans it began after the republicans. Blame the democrats for the panic of eighteen. Ninety three which later resulted in william mckinley. Victory over william jennings bryan in the eighteen ninety six presidential election domestic issues included government regulation of railroads and large corporations the protective tariff the role of labor unions child labor the need for a new banking system. Primary elections women's suffrage and control of immigration. The fifth party system emerged with franklin delano roosevelt's new deal coalition beginning in nineteen thirty three as parties separated themselves out into more specific liberal versus conservative positions liberal opposition republicans such as nelson rockefeller and jacob. Javits gained major attention but lost influence steadily after nineteen sixty four in the sixth party system. Nineteen sixty eight to the present. We saw the end of a historical alignment the so called. Southern strategy shifted southern democrats to the republican party as nixon was winning landslides ideologies diverged further apart with new voter coalitions including the emergence of the religious right and with southern whites voting for republican candidates in the nineteen fifties under lyndon johnson and his great society plan the democratic party slowly. Lost dominance in southern states until nineteen sixty six generally democrats tend to be strongest in the northeast and the west coast and in major american urban centers trade unions african americans and latinos are disproportionately democratic. And in twenty four. It was the largest political party with seventy two million registered voters out of one hundred sixty nine million claiming affiliation. The framers of the constitution intentionally omitted mention political parties from the founding document. Because they desperately wanted to avoid the divisions that had torn england apart in the civil wars of the seventeenth century and many of them saw parties or factions as they call them as corrupt relics. Of the monarchical british system george washington's family had fled england precisely to avoid the civil wars so it's not surprising that he said quote however political parties may now and then answer popular ends. They are likely to become potent engines. By which conning ambitious and unprincipled men will be enabled to subvert the power of the people and to usurp for themselves the reins of government period close quote alexander hamilton called political parties quote the most fatal disease of popular governments and also said quote. We are attempting by this constitution to abolish them period. Close quote james. Madison wrote that quote. One of the functions of a well constructed union should be its tendency to break and control the violence of factions close quote but jefferson who had been serving a diplomatic post in france during the constitutional convention thought. It was a mistake not to provide for different. Political parties washington ran unopposed to win the first presidential election and chose his cabinet to be inclusive of differing political viewpoints jefferson as secretary of state hamilton as treasury secretary two competing visions for america although madison sided with hamilton in the defense of the constitution. He strongly opposed hamilton's ambitious financial programs which he saw as concentrating too much power in the hands of the federal government so in seventeen ninety one madison and jefferson joined forces to form. What would become the democratic republican party forerunner of today's democratic party by the mid seventeen ninety s jefferson and hamilton had both quit washington's cabinet while the democratic republicans and the federalists spent much of washington second-term viciously attacking each other and competing newspapers. Some historians say washington state for a second term only to keep these two parties from warring with each other afraid that the union itself would shatter but by then the damage had been done after the fractious seventeen ninety six election when john adams narrowly defeated jefferson adams who also said quote there is nothing which i dread so much as a division of the republic into two great parties this is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our constitution close quote adams nonetheless moved to crush opposition by making it a federal crime to criticize the president or his administration. Jefferson retorted by toppling. The unpopular atoms four years later when democratic republicans won both congress and the presidency. Then jefferson fired. The top half of all federal employees keeping only clerks and customs agents destroying the federalist party beyond all possibility of rebuilding but the two party system revived itself with andrew jackson's democratic party and solidified in the eighteen fifties after the founding of the republican party. The two party system we know now has locked into place by eighteen sixty on the brink of civil war and has remained in.
"national republican party" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm day frame and at 5 46. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Noel King. Good Morning, House Republicans voted to remove Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney from party leadership because she keeps telling the truth. About President Trump telling a lie. We've heard all about this from Washington, D C. But what do people in Wyoming think with me now? Is Bob back? Who's been covering politics in Wyoming for more than 35 years? Bob, that is a long time. Good morning. Good morning. What are you hearing from people there? It's mixed. Many believe she's been shafted. And then there are others who wanted to resign and they've wanted this ever since she voted for impeachment. Here's Shelby back, told of Gillette, Wyoming, who wants her out? I think she handled herself in a very poor way, and I'm thanking God that finally the Republicans stood up and said This is not okay. This is not how you act. This is not how you represent your side. US. That position is shared by most major Republican Party officials in the state who voted to censure her earlier this year. Now, I should say our governor and other top elected officials in the state have been relatively quiet. Then there's a group that is not happy with her position surrounding Trump about who believe she still has stature and can represent the state. Well, this is Charlene Campbell in from a rural area in northeastern Lambing, who does not want to lose her. I think it is going to hurt Wyoming. We are small in number, so we need to be very firm and vocal in our voice in the representation that we do have And so when we lose that status, I think we risk getting pushed to the back. Very nice to hear the voices of list Cheney's constituents. I wonder, also Republican leaders in Wyoming. Do they stand with the National Republican Party and supporting Donald Trump? Or do they want to break with him? The Republican leadership in Wyoming definitely stands behind Trump that things can differ across the state. I think there's many who think the party's moved too far right and prefer Republicans like the Cheneys. Course, a lot of us remember former Senator Alan Simpson, those types of Republicans. But right now the party is being controlled by those who are not fans of moderates and who want elected officials to do what party officials want. And I think the next several months we're going to be interesting to watch as we head into the election. Yes. And speaking of that was Cheney will face reelection next fall. Do you think she can win again? I doubt this is going to hurt her. I think there are many moderates and even Democrats who have praised her stance. And since we likely won't have viable Democratic candidate next year, Miami does have open primaries, so I wouldn't be surprised to see many of them bowed in the Republican primary. Then we've heard from people that aren't happy with her. But we'll still supporter because Thea, other announced candidates don't excite them so Right now. My opinion is that she would have an excellent chance of winning because it's a lot of ball game left. Okay, so essentially saying, though, Bob that there are not enough Republicans in Wyoming who are pro trump to oust her from from her, I think that's probably accurate and plus, there's a lot of time for her to work on this. You know, this is if you want to use a football analogy, the first quarter she's gone over a year before our primary election. She'll be able to work with local party officials. She's obviously gonna bang in the Biden administration here for a little bit. I think that at the end of the day when you look at all the candidates in the race, and there's probably going to be more than the five or six we have now We'll split across that that vote split will take place, and I think that will benefit her. Bob back. The news director at Wyoming Public Radio, This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King, and I'm Rachel Martin. Head over to Joe McConnell, just ahead of the California report with a look at Bay Area traffic.
"national republican party" Discussed on 600 WREC
"He gonna run in this time. I mean, so also as a Republican, independent Democrat, But, you know, I looked up his voting with Nancy Pelosi. 100% of the time in Congress. I thought, Heck, maybe he gives the Green Party a chance. He certainly voting that way, so we'll see what happens. You know? Uh, I'm not sure. If the greater threat to our country Is Democrats. Or bad Republicans. Go back and look at the case of Charlie Crist. The year was 2010. Rubio was the tea party candidate. I'm not a Rubio fan. I know. Some people are 2008 was the election of Barack Obama. When Obama is Elected. He immediately begins the global warming push. One of the carbon exchange. And Obama care. Along with a number of other radical proposals. That led to a grassroots reaction, which came to be known as the Tea Party. Charlie Crist was one of those guys had been Long time entrenched Republican. And he was supported by John Cornyn of Texas and John McCain and the Republican Senatorial Committee. Now. Why would the Republican Senatorial Committee that's supposed to be getting us 51 Republicans in the majority? Why would they be getting involved in a primary? One thing you have to understand. The National Republican Party. Doesn't want to win a majority. They want to win a majority of their guys. And if they can't have that They'll sabotage the whole game. That's what the Lincoln Project is all about. That's why they're still making videos yesterday and producing them. Even after one of their co founders. Was diddling kids. It doesn't matter. These people are useful to sorrows Pelosi and the left. Liz Cheney. They're talking about taking Liz Cheney out of a leadership position. And Nancy Pelosi is asked what she thinks of Liz Cheney and she says she's courageous. When Nancy Pelosi is complimenting you. You are not a good Republican. That's how you know That's how you know you are a bad person is when Nancy Pelosi is calling you courageous. You are a useful idiot to the left. I read somebody wrote. I can't believe The New York Times is saying nice things about a person named Cheney. Wait a minute. Did you think they don't really like Dick Cheney? You think they don't really like George W. Bush? You think they don't really like Mitt Romney and John McCain. Oh, yes, they do. These people are very useful to them. These were the Washington generals to the Democrats. Harlem Globetrotters. Globetrotters. Don't hate the generals. They love the generals. Because the general's occupy a place on the court that make you think There is a sporting chance that the Harlem Globetrotters might lose. I think they even lost a timer to over the 80 years. Just so you know it could happen. And if you don't know any better. You show up at the game. It's like grave digger. You thought to yourself. I like grave digger Better than all of them. Oh, you do. Do you have that Come about, uh, ice like grave digger Grave digger Wind. He did my choice. One You don't You don't think that was prearranged. It's all pre arranged. It's all pre arranged and we're all in on the game. Except for you. You keep thinking. That you're going to have some sort of input on the process. And occasionally you end up picking a candidate. That's not their candidate. That's why when Todd ache and won the Republican primary in Missouri Karl Rove had to come out and destroy him. And that's how we ended up with Claire McCaskill, who ended up sharing Barack Obama's campaign. You see, we keep losing the Senate seats over and over and over again. Because the inside Republicans, the Washington General Republicans keep telling us. Oh, we can't have that Republican If we have Donald Trump. If we have Ted Cruz. They had dinner together last night. By the way at Mar a Lago. If we have Donald Trump, we have Ted Cruz or We have this Republican or Rand Paul, Iran Polar Mike Lee, if we have the wrong Republican in there We'll lose all our elections. So we have to have good Republicans like like Mitt Romney. You know the Republicans, it'll roll over. And let the Democrats win. So John Cornyn and John McCain. And the establishment Republicans. Came out to help Charlie Crist join their ranks in the Senate. And the Republican grassroots voters in Florida said no. And they defeated Crist. So here's a guy telling them that he's out too. Represent them. Their values. He's one of those. This is what Republican establishment guys do. They show up at the Fourth of July. They wear the flag lapel pin. They say I'm for prayer in the schools and a balanced budget. I'm for America Patriotism. While they vote with the Democrats and refuse to fight back. There for all the wars but always in the name of supporting the troops. There for all the expenditures but always in the name of investing in the country. They're for everything the Democrats before. If they're going to be for everything the Democrats are for. Why do we need them? Charlie Crist and his metamorphosis from supposed Republican insider that that Cornyn and McCain wanted to now avowed Democrat. That's all you need.
"national republican party" Discussed on KOMO
"Lows in the twenties. I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark in the coma. Weather Center Cloudy skies in Seattle right now, 50 degrees come on, whose time 106 If it's looking more likely that high school students graduating this year will do so in person. That's that's where you need to be corrected. I'm afraid it's gonna likely be virtual, so state lawmakers are once again preparing to make some accommodations for those struggling to meet graduation requirements. Kumble's Carleen Johnson reports today. A Senate committee held a public hearing on a graduation requirement waiver similar to the one that passed last spring for the class and 2020. Roz Thompson with the Association of Washington. School Principals spoke in favor in this absolutely up ended school year due to the cove in 19 pandemic principles and district's need flexibility and the established graduation requirements so that they can determine on an individual student basis how to help them meet graduation requirements now, according to the Board of Education, which requested the bill, About 4% of graduates last year benefited from a credit waiver. Opponents of argued students are being ill served by the proposal and that the pandemic shouldn't leave them less well prepared or dilute the meaning of a high school diploma on Lee students who were expected to graduate before the pandemic emergency are eligible. Carleen Johnson Come on News Amazons mega cycle is not a cool new product available on their websites, not an exercise machine. Instead make a cycle refers to the lengthy graveyard shift the company is reportedly forcing on warehouse workers. Couples. Corwin Hank explains former U S Labor Secretary Robert Reich reports on his Facebook page. Amazon is in his words quietly, forcing warehouse workers to sign up for brutal 10 hour graveyard shifts or risk losing their jobs. First reported by Vice News. The mega cycle shift runs from 1:20 A.m. to 11:50 A.m.. The report says Amazon fulfillment Center workers in Chicago were told their warehouse would shut down and that they would be offered on Lee mega cycle shifts at a new warehouse, Amazon says in a statement it offers a wide range of shifts at its sights. Adding quote. We are working with each associate directly on the option that best supports them. Corwin Hey CO Moh news. There are growing questions about what the fracture in the National Republican Party might mean for the Washington State Republican Party. We got reaction from Republican strategist Randy Pebble and former state GOP chair Chris Man's We End up talking about Uh, Congress. Women from Georgia as somehow defining the Republican Party. That's a lost cups. The time we spent focused on that is to the Democrats have been totally. I know dozens and dozens of people who have left the party. I'm across the country where they do register by party. Thousands and thousands of people have left the Republican Party since January. 6. I know a lot of people have just become independent become. Democrats just dropped out of politics, but they're no longer willing to call themselves a Republican again. GOP chair Chris Vance, the former state GOP chair, Chris Vance, there Ethan Nordine of Auburn, described as a leader of the far right wing, Proud Boys, is in federal prison now for his alleged role in the deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol. Como's Patrick Quinn reports. It was my call the most predictable terrorist attack in modern American history. Ryan career on the Anti Defamation League, called on lawmakers in the U. S. House Committee on Homeland Security to act against domestic terrorism and called on social Media companies to doom or freedom of expression isn't the freedom to incite violence and what's happened in the past 30 days, taking off the worst? Actors congressman it should have happened years ago. The U. S. Does not have a statute for domestic terrorism. What makes it harder for agencies like the FBI in Seattle to crack down on it? It's very difficult because the First Amendment, which we protect vigorously allows people to say what they think almost Patrick Quinn, and that's Steve burned at the end there from the Seattle office of the FBI. Nor Dean's next court appearance is Monday. If convicted, he could face 20 years in prison. The Seahawks missed out on the Super Bowl this year, but they're helping some local health care workers get to the big game. Thanks to the team in the NFL for employees from Virginia Mason Franciscan health will be going to the Super Bowl this weekend. All four have been fully vaccinated against Cove in 19. Going to join.
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"Report says Amazon is demanding that warehouse workers except a brutal 10 hour overnight shift or lose their job, almost Corwin Hank reports on the so called mega cycle, according to accounts in vice news, business, insider and elsewhere, Amazon closed the Chicago area fulfillment center, then offered its workers jobs at a new center, but only if they would work the mega cycle. Ah 1:30 a.m. to noon shift designed to speed up the company's already famous speedy deliveries. The Chicago events apparently are not isolated. A New York group called Amazonian is United says management throws workers onto the mega cycle with very little warning, and the group says workers may be forced off the job if they refused the shift. In response, Amazon has issued a statement saying it works with employees to find quote the option that best supports them. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news The fracture within the National Republican Party raises questions about the future of the Republican Party in Washington state come a political analyst, Ron dot Sour spoke with us The squabble is on the fights on now for the hearts and minds. Of the GOP. The future of the Republican Party remains to be seen on a national and local level. Is it going to be the party of Trump is going to be the party of the moderate or conservative base within the and go back to back quarters. Quote to the days of Reagan and Bush dots our says the lines are drawn. The war, so to speak, has begun in the fissure is certainly whiting whitening, and as we go along, almost on a daily basis cases what's happening on the national level? Given represented Marjorie Taylor Greene. The impeachment in January. 6th is dividing the GOP in D, C and locally Come on. Suzanne Faan reporting an Auburn man who is a member of the right wing. Proud Boys is in federal jail in sea attack after being arrested at his home in South King County couples. Patrick Quinn with the latest Ethan Nordine remains at the federal detention center and see attack after he was arrested and charged for his alleged role in the January 6th insurrection. In court documents, federal investigators say a day before he wrote this on social media quote. If you are a patriot, you'll be targeted and they will come after you. Funny thing is that they don't realize is is we're coming for them on January 6 it was what you might call the most predictable terrorist attacks in modern American history. Ryan career on the Anti Defamation League called on lawmakers in the U. S. House Committee on Homeland Security to act against domestic terrorism. By prioritizing it as a threat. Allocating resource is and with narrow regulation, called on social media companies to doom or freedom of expression isn't the freedom to incite violence and what's happened in the past 30 days taking off the worst actors congressman it should have happened years ago. That's Ryan Greer of the Anti Defamation League. Hundreds of pieces of street art from Seattle's Capitol Hill occupied protest zone. The choppers, you may remember our missing Como's Jonathan Show reports. There's now a legal battle brewing among the people who were supposed to take care of the paintings and drawings. We were the only ones there Wednesday night, when some chop art board members tried to move more than 300 paintings and drawings from this West Seattle storage locker to a new location. Until they were stopped by police. This is the position I've never been in before. Ford President Marc Anthony says. This was all a misunderstanding Mary given permission of it from the city. We have letters and contracts as evidence of that and just evidence Board Vice President Brian Seamus sent me this letter from the city last summer, saying his members were supposed to be the stewards of the art with the hopes of eventually displaying it in public. They're just doing whatever they can to spread lies. But some crush legal is now disputing that after a falling out with a group earlier this week She was fired from her roles as a board member and treasurer. Schlegel alleges a chop art board member broke into the storage locker and try to steal. The art officers ended up siding with slave girls group members because the rental agreement was in their names. That's Como's Jonathan Show reporting. Four local health workers.
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"In better past travel conditions for the end of today. In the couple Weather center meteorologist Kristen Clarke clouds a few areas of drizzle 46 degrees Right now at 906. We continue with 20 minutes of nonstop news this week. Oregon's new law The criminalizing possession of small amounts of hard drugs like heroin and cocaine took effect. And now Washington Democrats are moving to make it happen here. The details from comas calling Johnson Democratic State lawmakers and advocacy groups have announced a plan to no longer make it a crime to possess drugs like meth, heroin ecstasy so long as it's a personal amount. In Oregon As of this week. Those caught with drugs get a $100 ticket, which is dropped if you accept referral for treatment, Janey Gullikson with the Mental Health and Addiction Association of Oregon champion, the measure passed by voters stigmatized and shamed and criminalized. People who struggle with the health condition, which is addiction difference with the measure here in House Bill 14 99 is it would be up to lawmakers to ultimately pass this not voters and cross cut reports. That would be no ticket given just of referral to drug recovery programs or social service programs and funding would not come from marijuana taxes as Oregon's love will. Backers hope to include it in the general Fund budget public hearing next Friday. The 12th Carleen Johnson Come on news. Ethan Nordine of Auburn, described as a leader of the right wing, Proud boys, is in federal prison for his alleged role in the deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol more from comas Patrick Quinn, it was called the most predictable terrorist attacks in modern American history. Ryan career in the Anti Defamation League called on lawmakers in the U. S. House Committee on Homeland Security to act against domestic terrorism and called on social media companies to doom or freedom of expression. The freedom to incite violence and what's happened in the past 30 days taking off the worst actors congressman it should have happened years ago. The U. S. Does not have a statute for domestic terrorism. What makes it harder for agencies like the FBI in Seattle to crack down on it? It's very difficult because the First Amendment, which we protect vigorously allows people to say what they think that's the burned of the FBI Seattle office. Gordon's next court appearance Monday. If convicted, could face 20 years in prison. There are growing questions about what the fracture in the National Republican Party might mean for the GOP. Here in Washington, hears reaction from Republican strategist Ready Peple and former state GOP chair Chris Vance. We end up talking about Congress, women from Georgia as somehow defining the Republican Party. That's a lost cause. The time we spent focused on that is to the Democrats have been totally. I know dozens and dozens of people who have left the party across the country where they do register by party. Thousands and thousands of people have left the Republican Party since January. 6. I know a lot of people have just become independent become. Democrats just dropped out of politics, but they're no longer willing to call themselves a Republican ever its plan to address his homelessness crisis now includes a pilot program to build a village of prefab emergency shelters comes Corwin, who ever it is proposing a village of temporary small buildings, called Palate shelters designed to house homeless people ever. City leaders have long been attracted to the palate shelter. Tough plastic snap together Emergency housing unit made by an Everett company, Palate founder and CEO Amy King extols their virtues at a City council meeting. They go up in about 20 minutes with no tools required the materials that they're made out of our mold, mildew and rot resistant and they are clean herbal and sterilize a bill, which is really helpful. In light of the current Coben crisis, The Herald reports. Under the proposal, the village to house about 30, people would go up behind the effort Gospel mission on Smith Avenue downtown. Almost all of the $1 million startup cost would come from a state grant. Corwin Hague Co. Moh New King County finally has someone leading its fight against homelessness. According to the Seattle Times, the county's new regional homeless authority has hired Regina can infer the top post. She's a homelessness consultant from Atlanta. The authority is made up of leaders from around the region, including people who have experienced homelessness. The pandemic slow down the process for hiring a CEO for the authority. It was supposed to have happened in September. COUPLES Frank Lindsay reporting common whose time 9 10 and calls Americans at the beacon Plumbing sports desk, number one Gonzaga overcame a sloppy performance to be Pacific last night 76 to 58. Bulldogs trail that halftime for only the second time this season and then pull away until midway through the second half. They extend the nation's longest active winning streak to 22 games dating to 2019 2020. U Dub Huskies lost the Oregon State 91 to 71 coach Mike Hopkins says the Huskies tried a different defense. You know, we're trying to match up a little bit, and sometimes you get some tough line ups, and the one thing that the match is supposed to do was not allow three point shooting to the level that it is, you know, just not not good enough. Market shallowness led the Huskies with 22 points. Isaac Bon Ton scored 23 points and Washington State made six of eight free throws in the final 30 seconds to defeat Oregon. 74 71 the Cougars first win in Eugene since 2009 There is local college football Saturday. Pierce County rivals Peel You and UPS played Baker Stadium in Tacoma. The schools had to get clearance from the Health Department. No fans are allowed to attend the game. And the NHL is revising its virus protocols almost a quarter of the way through its season As the Colorado Avalanche became the 15 to be shut down. The league is hoping new rules curve the spread of the virus. Sports attendant 40 minutes past the hour. Americans coma news traffic coming up in just a couple of moments come on his time. 9 11 health precautions will prompt some changes to this year's Super Bowl halftime show. As you might expect the story from a B C's. Will Reeve Superstar the weekend promising a spectacle despite the challenges for the safety of the players and the workers. 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"Rush Limbaugh, folks right on target, as always. Tweet from James Woods. At going what we've been talking about. James Woods says, And just like that rioting and looting has ceased overnight. By the way, that's not true. It's just your friends in the press have stopped reporting on it. Now that Beijing Biden is in the Oval Office. And now that half of the country That pummeled America, like a battered wife is telling her to put on her sunglasses, Hide her black eye and be a good girl and come together as one. Her answer is go blank yourself. Hence the discussion of Texas. Hence the discussions of Article five. And we're in this alone. My friends. We're in this alone, the conservative movement and those with endured the punishment from left wingers. Rioters. And mobs. For continuing into the the Biden administration. Yeah. Listen to this. This is how credible the news media is. North Carolina Republican lieutenant governor Verbally annihilated in NBC News affiliate for its race baiting depiction of him as a KKK member. Simply because he opposes the left's condescending. Infant infant, ill ization of minorities as perpetual victims. By the way, the lieutenant governor of North Carolina is black. And they depicted him as a KKK member, a so called news organization. Uh huh. Meanwhile, as I said, we're alone. As many of you believe in this audience. The job of elected leaders is to reflect the will of their constituents. When you are a Democrat, socialist, you elect somebody to make decisions for you. Not based on what you want. But you say, Tell me what to do. Cradle to grave entitlements. We all know what you folks in the left her about. So you elect people to tell you what to do. We get it. Those are the conservative side. The ledger do not We elect people to reflect our will in government, whether it be on the local level or on the federal level. One such individual who is elected To represent her constituents will and put their constituents fully expected her to do so is a woman by the name of Liz Cheney. Liz Cheney decided To lodge a vengeance vote against President Donald J. Trump based on ignorance. An impeachment vote, based on the fact that she believes that Trump incited a riot with his speech on Capitol Hill on January 6th. Which he did not subsequent information coming out from the FBI and from the D. C. Police. Indicated that this attack was planned. Well ahead of time arrest made of a BLM and teeth a thug because of the riot. The breach. On the premises he's arrested for that undermines the idea that all they were all Trump supporters as so many irresponsible so called reporters have put out there. They're echoing AOC. Who was a left wing nut bag who hasn't met the truth ever in her life. She's a propagandist, and she's being accurate by people in the press who should know better? But Reporting. The truth isn't what they're about, Is it? So let's Cheney Now enjoys 10% support. In the state of Wyoming. 10% this Congresswoman 12. I think it's up to 12 10 or 12. Don't quote me. Several counties have voted to censure Liz Cheney because she did a little vote of vengeance rather than voting. Her constituents will So The Republicans had a meeting. Because there were several Republicans who wanted to remove her off of Her leadership position because some Republicans and let me stress some believe that it is wrong for an elected leader to vote against the will of their constituents. The majority of Republicans don't see it that way. The majority of Republicans voted for Liz Cheney. This is now a Republican and Democrat position. That elected leaders are there to do there will not the will of the American people. The vote was 145 to 61. 145 Republicans, not conservatives, because the idea that a elected leader is to do the will of the people is a conservative ideal. Not ever not a Republican ideal, not anymore. 1 45 to 61. Liz Cheney quote unquote easily. Survived. And the Republican Party in Washington, D. C. Has affirmed their belief that elected leaders are there to do their will. Not the will of the American people. Is it any wonder that the Republican Party is now the third party in America? Behind a political party that has even been officially established yet the Patriot Party To those Republicans, I say not one damn dime from me. Not ever again. I mean, I'm gonna donate to some local conservatives who I can attest are conservatives. In the state of Texas. But to you folks on the federal level, not one more damn time. As you all sit back. And allow one of your members Marjorie Taylor Greene to be stripped of her committee assignments. While simultaneously the White House press secretary has tweeted out a gay slur and You're all fine with it. Because you all have adopted the Beijing Biden Outlook. The real enemy of America, is we, the people Isn't that right? Mitch McConnell Is that right? Kevin McCarthy. Rana McDaniel. You have our apologies to be saddled with such a milk toast. And gutless political party. That I no longer support. The National Republican Party is an ineffectual Rubber stamp..
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"Dam prop show and 20 Bucks says Harriet Tubman was conservative. That's about that Michael top made in the form of an op ed in The Wall Street Journal, and it's just entertaining enough to explore always get in trouble if you're a conservative, and you suggest that iconic black Figure may have agreed with you on some issues. You know, conservatives aren't allowed to invoke Martin Luther King Jr. They're not to invoke the the work of Frederick Douglass. I mean, actually, what they said what they believed accurately for fear of expropriating a Nikon of the left, but I'm glad Michael Taub was unafraid. He joins us Now he's a columnist for Troy Media and Loony Politics, was a speechwriter for former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Michael Tobe, Thanks for joining us appreciate it. Let your damn thanks for having me And so the case for Harriet Tubman. She has been re elevated in terms of Let's expedite getting her visage on the $20 bill, replacing Andrew Jackson. I don't know. I did something that I'm fine with. It doesn't bother me. She's a great American. But some uncomfortable truths about Harriet Tubman, at least for those Doing things like, I don't know, removing Abraham Lincoln's name from schools in San Francisco. Yes, You're right, though. They're certainly part of them. It's unfortunately many years ago, this sort of intellectual discourse. Yeah. I mean, people would talk about it on the left and the right and there would be obviously some element of frustration. But one way or the other policy would just move along or the idea would move along. It would either be accepted or rejected or so on. It's interesting, though. Unfortunately of the years of going on, going on a long and I'm sure you've seen in your radio show to death. Unfortunate people get very, very possessive about ideas and people, places and things. And Harry Tubman is one of them. You know, Harriet Tubman is a prominent person in the U. S Civil war. She was a spy. She was being treated for the north. She was a great woman overall. But when people hear terminology that she was essentially a Republican, as we define a Republican today, and I'm sure we'll get into it a little bit, and that she would have probably been an advocate. Gun rights. When you start sharing terminology like that, people start saying, Well, wait, that's not historically sound that's not historically accurate. But you have to go back to the crux of it, which is looking at her text looking at her writing, or just examining her as a person because I'm not the first person to have ever actually suggest that's over the years, Dan, But when it came out in the Wall Street Journal just a couple days ago, it was Tarnishing how people erupted. Or maybe I shouldn't be that astonished. Well, give us a flavor for that. Would you get in terms of feedback? There's over 600 people who commented, I can tell you mostly, we're pretty negative, which was unsurprising and it just comes into the same sort of thing. You know. How can you call Harriet Tubman, A conservative was eight for him. Lincoln Really a conservative, Wasn't he a liberal? How can you associate people just because they're talking about gun rights with the Republican Party, except except to And the fun part about that is, you know how can you associate the Republican Party with opposition to racism? Just because they party was founded on the abolition of slavery, You know, I mean, you can play. You can play that game all day long. And you're You're so right about how people like tether themselves to a new idea or a time period or person and just won't let that go, are or won't allow any texture regardless of the facts. No, exactly. And, for example, other people also sort of came back with the argument that Abraham Lincoln, as you know, started off is a week. That's what he originally was, and he eventually moved with about two thirds of the weak members who would go to the National Republican Party or what we now call the Republican Party today, the modern one Because of that a lot of people say, Well, wait. If you look at the history of weeks, both in the United States, the UK and elsewhere, there were elements of liberalism at the time. There were also elements of conservatism if we accept the fact That the words liberal and conservative have evolved over the past couple of centuries, which they certainly have. How can you therefore tie Harriet Tubman to today's conservative movement? Because sometimes, unfortunately, when it comes to political philosophy, or just comes to writing about these things, you have to simplify it so that people understand point A, B and C all connect. Year ago. Yes, Harry Tubman would probably have been different, you know, and she was different at the time she lived in, You know, she was a black woman who lived under slavery couldn't vote and as a woman didn't even have the right to vote in her lifetime. She died in 1913 7 years before the suffragette movement was successful, but there's nothing to save in what she's written what she discussed and what she's meant to so many people that she wasn't on the side of the Republican Party. She sided with many Republicans she was friendly with will In Seward, who was a prominent member of Abraham Lincoln's Cabinet, and, in fact is the whole story in my peace not to spoil the whole thing where she actually left her 10 year old niece with people who you know who actually are still in possession of her gun family members, that is, it's extraordinary how all these things were tied together. But the tie Harry come into anything and argue that she would be part of today's black lives moving black lives matter. The Democratic Party, It's all shell game to some degree. But if you look at Harriet Tubman, the person the thinker and just the individual, she is much more or have much more in common with today's Republican Party than anything else, I want to talk a little bit more about the evolution to I mean her own evolution in terms of relationship with Lincoln, for example, more with Michael Taub, columnist for Troy. Median, Loony politics. Former speechwriter for Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper will.
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"20. Bucks says Harriet Tubman was conservative. That's about that Michael Todd made in the form of an op ed in the Wall Street Journal, and it's just entertaining enough to explore. You always get in trouble. If you're a conservative, and you suggest that a new, iconic black figure may have agreed with you on some issues, you know, conservatives aren't allowed to invoke Barn Luther King Jr They're not out to invoke the The work of Frederick Douglass. I mean, actually, what they said what they believed accurately for fear of expropriating a Nikon of the left, But I'm glad Michael Taub was unafraid. He joins us now is a columnist for Troy Media and Loony Politics was a speechwriter for former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Michael Tobe, Thanks for joining us. Appreciate it. Mike Lecture, Dan. Thanks for having me And so the case for Harriet Tubman. She is been re elevated in terms of Let's expedite getting her visage on the $20 bill, replacing Andrew Jackson. I don't know It's something that I'm fine with. It doesn't bother me. She's a great American, but some uncomfortable truths about Harriet Tubman, at least for those Doing things like, I don't know, removing Abraham Lincoln's name from schools in San Francisco. Yes, You're right, though. They're certainly part of them. It's unfortunately many years ago, this sort of intellectual discourse. Yeah, I mean, people would talk about it on the left and the right and there would be obviously some element of frustration. But one way or the other policy would just move along or the idea would move along. It would either be accepted or rejected or so on. It's interesting bone. Unfortunately of the years of going on going on a long and I'm sure you've seen in your radio show to death. Unfortunate people get very, very possessive about ideas and people, places and things. And Harriet Tubman is one of them. You know, Harriet Tubman is a prominent person in the U. S Civil war. She was a spy. She was being created for the North. She was a great woman overall. But when people hear terminology that she was essentially a Republican, as we define a Republican today, and I'm sure we'll get into it a little bit, and that she would have probably been an advocate. Gun rights. When you start sharing terminology like that, people start saying, Well, wait, that's not historically sound that's not historically accurate. But you have to go back to the crux of it, which is looking at her text looking at her writing, or just examining her as a person because I'm not the first person to have ever actually suggest that over the years, Dan But when it came out in the Wall Street Journal just a couple days ago, it's astonishing how people erupted. Or maybe I shouldn't be that astonished. Well, give us a flavor for that. What you get in terms of feedback. There's over 600 people who commented, I can tell you mostly, we're pretty negative, which was unsurprising and it just comes into the same sort of thing. You know. How can you call Harriet Tubman? The conservative was eight for him. Lincoln Really a conservative, Wasn't he a liberal? How can you associate people just because they're talking about gun rights with the Republican Party except Spectra? And the fun part about that is, you know how can you associate the Republican Party with opposition to racism? Just because they party was founded on the abolition of slavery, You know, I mean, you could play. You can play that game all day long. And you're You're so right about how people like tether themselves to a new idea or a time period or person and just will not that go or or won't allow any texture regardless of the facts. No, exactly. And, for example, other people also sort of came back with the argument that Abraham Lincoln, as you know, started off is a week. That's what he originally was, and he eventually moved with about two thirds of the weak members who would go to the National Republican Party or what we now call the Republican Party today, the modern one Because of that a lot of people say, Well, wait. If you look at the history of weeks, both in the United States, the UK and elsewhere, there were elements of liberalism at the time. There were also elements of conservatism if we accept the fact That the word liberal and conservative have evolved over the past couple of centuries, which they certainly have. How can you therefore tie Harriet Tubman to today's conservative movement? Because sometimes, unfortunately, when it comes to political philosophy, or just comes to writing about these things, you have to simplify it so that people understand point A, B and C all connect. Year ago. Yes, Harry Tubman would probably have been different, you know, and she was different at the time she lived in, You know, she was a black woman who lived under slavery couldn't vote and as a woman didn't even have the right to vote in her lifetime. She died in 1913 7 years before the suffragette movement was successful, but there's nothing to save in what she's written what she discussed and what she's meant to so many people that she wasn't on the side of the Republican Party. She sided with many Republicans she was friendly with will In Seward, who was a prominent member of Abraham Lincoln's Cabinet, and, in fact is the whole story in my peace not to spoil the whole thing where she actually left her 10 year old niece with people who you know who actually are still in possession of her gun family members, that is, it's extraordinary how all these things were tight together. But the tie Harry come into anything and argue that she would be part of today's black lives moving black lives matter. The Democratic Party. It's always shell game to some degree. But if you look at Harriet Tubman, the person the thinker and just the individual, she is much more or has much more in common with today's Republican Party than anything else. I want to talk a little bit more about evolution, too. I mean her own evolution in terms of relationship with Lincoln, for example, more with Michael Taub, columnist for Troy. Median, loony politics. Former speechwriter for Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper will.
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"What did he do? From the Associated Press. Are you ready for this one Ready? As they witness President Joe Biden take the oath of office on Wednesday. House majority with Jim Clyburn said former Republican President George W. Bush lauded him is a savior, helping get by an elected. Well, you know how these establishment guys are. You love the bushes. Don't look at me. Well, I mean, I can like them as like a family and disagree with them. Clyburn, on a call with reporters, said Bush told him quote. You know you're the savior because of you and not nominated Biden. We would not be having this transfer of power today. He added. The Bush said he was the only Democratic candidate he felt could have defeated Trump. Wow. So there you go. Rob Kendall's right again my least favorite part of the show. But wait, What were you right about exactly just that He's awful. But the bushes are just complete pieces of crap who care more about power who care then they do the country. I mean, now now Bush's spokesman trying to come and go. You guys are making too big a deal on it. He was just saying that Biden wouldn't wouldn't have won that election when the won the primary without him. A bull craft I call complete bull crap. He meant every word of that I am certain because Bush admitted that he chose none of the above. In 2016. It's not like they those people are the Bush is certainly the Clintons. Huge wing of reports of the establishment wing of the Indian Republican Party. They're just fine with Biden being it or not, the Indian, the National Republican Party. They're just fine with Biden being in there that this is this is it must be because they think that Biden is actually going to lead which is really Wrong? No, I think they're fine because it's back to business as usual, which means hand in the cookie jar and they get all the access and make all the money right When they're this isn't about the country, it's about them. Buzzers back. Good talk. Do you have a joke? Did you hear about the burglar who fell into the concrete mixer? No, He's a hardened criminal. Now it's a good one. That's the, uh that's a good one. So having update on the ghost in my house? Oh, yeah, I remember that. Yeah. The other day The spam goes. Yes. I told the story the other day that I had this can of spam, Which is what you put on the Oh, cam, you and Pam, not Spanish, Pam. What you put on the cooking the cooking spray? Yes. And it magically fell off the shelf and into the sink. And then, as a result, the woman associate became completely convinced the house is haunted, and she fills my head with all this stuff. And what if it's a bad ghost from good and then she just goes right to bed. Okay, Now I'm locked up all night sleeping with the lights on to defend the house. Well, my dad, we talked about this on the air the other day and within a minute. My dad is flooding me with text messages in all caps. You don't have a ghost. I have the answer. Call me a seriously Get off the air as the answer. He proceeded to go three. Ever seen the movie JFK? Oliver Stone? Yeah, We're Kevin Kevin Cosner, and he's doing this. Dramatic court room breakdown of the magic bullet back and tend to the left. Yes, Dad. Proceed to go on this 30 minute. Kevin Costner asked. Breakdown of how this can of Pam got off the shelf. And into the sink wasn't a mouse. He claims now This is fascinating. And my dad was a faint trained federal investigator. So he's not one to jump to conclusions that the space of the span the Pam Gets like the there's grease left on it when you touch it after you use it right, And the show was a roller shelf, and he does that mean a roller shower was it was like individual metal bars. They're not. It wasn't like one solid shelf there. Three It's a shelf, but they're three individual metal bars that make up a shelf, and he claims that the grease on the pan that when there's any sort of vibration, it will move forward. That we hadn't noticed it and move forward to the point where it finally fell off the shelf. But what what was causing the vibration? Well, it's none of your business. I still think you have mice. I think there's a ghost, but Oh, my God, I love your dad's explanation. Oh, he broke it down. There was Scientific evidence could've been episode of forensic files from the Daily Mail. This is a shocking story. Now you remember that many people believe that if Biden was elected that all the violence would stop? Yeah, well, because I mean, it's really just white supremacists that air the raging lunatic violence creators and we tried it because I saw these people on social media people who I knew didn't believe with Biden stuff, but whether it was white guilt or stupidity or whatever. They generally believed that That if we just put a Democrat it was all about Trump. And if if we just got rid of Trump would all stop you ready for this jelly ready from the daily mail? Aunt Eva Rioters smashed windows of Portland's Democrat Party headquarters, burned US flags in Denver and vandalize storefronts in Seattle. Just hours after Joe Biden was sworn in. I don't understand. What are you saying? Why would Antifa be mad at Joe Biden? All the stuff they claimed the trump people we're going to do. They did it. That's so weird. It's so weird that they are just horrible, violent thugs who mean to cause mayhem and destruction. And it has absolutely nothing to do with anything except that they're psycho in Portland. One of the signs read. We don't want Biden. We want revenge. Oh, my God. So there's gonna be. I mean, this is not gonna end And the key will be how do the local leaders handle it? Because I can tell you right now that if they learned anything from the summer, they should have learned that just arresting these people, throwing him up behind bars and then immediately bailing them out is not effective. Kamila Harris will raise their bail money They need to be locked away. For a long time. A really long time. This is such a monumental day, one of the speakers told the crowd in Portland. Because today is the day we dump Trump, but we need to embrace resistance to the fight is just beginning. Wow. All right. Good luck with that. Biden's I hate to sound like a broken record. But I I really don't know how to feel about this because I was so right. Wait what? You were so right. This isn't ever going to stop. Oh, yeah. No, it's not. And these stupid idiot. Suburban People. Felt that if they just did this is by being told every evidence to the contrary telling them no and be told No, but people like us. They get it anyway. And now you've just made it worse. Yeah. Now, let's work made it worse. And you know what they're going to do next? I mean, because you know, one of the thing one of the things that Joe Biden did on day one was decided I'm going to just have, like a moratorium on deportations. So now we're gonna have this giant care of, and people were just gonna let him right in. And then we're gonna have all of these people who cannot make a living because the economy is in shambles, and it's going to get worse under Biden and the crazy ideas he's got with $15 minimum wage and so on. It's gonna get worse. People are going to be poverty stricken. They're going to get angry and then you know what angry people do. They get together with other angry people, and they cause a lot of this mayhem. That's what's gonna happen. That's what we all get to look forward to. Don't blame me. I voted for Jordan's. You did not well, some sad news for us Well, good news because it wasn't Jason Hammer but from the Indy star. One winning ticket was sold Wednesday for the Powerball drawing Nord for the Powerball drawing worth $731.1 million or a cash value of 546.8 million. Wow. So somebody wanted somebody if they take the cash payout, 1 $546.8 million last night. That is amazing. Do we know anything about that person? The winning ticket was purchased in Maryland. One ticket matched all five white ball numbers with the power play, which was also sold in Maryland and is worth $2 million. So somebody won 56 546.8 million and another person $12 million, So those people are also going to be ridiculously belligerent and awful people. I mean, I hope I just hope hope hope that it was somebody worthy a total of 12. Other tickets matched all five white ball numbers and are worth $1 million. Those tickets were sold in California, Georgia, Illinois, Maine, Michigan, New Jersey and Oregon. So luckily no one we know what do you mean? Luckily, well, we don't have to deal with them. Yeah, it's true. Like sudden millionaires, man. They're the worst of it. Is it bad that I saw this story when I had opened my phone this morning to get news stories for the speed round and saw that there was a winning when winning Powerball ticket?.
"national republican party" Discussed on KTOK
"An impeachment manager for the House and the Clinton impeachment in the late nineties. If you were in Congress now. Would you have voted for the for the Trump impeachment? It certainly was much more consequential than the case against Bill Clinton. All right. Very serious allegations. The impeachment is something that is both a legal equation, but it's also a political equation. And I did not believe that with the remaining weeks that were left in President Trump's term that that served our country well to go through the House impeachment Now that the House has impeached President Trump Either. The house can hold the articles impeachment there, but once they send him over to the Senate, the Senate trial is triggered. And there's no option about that. And so we're gonna go through a very challenging time and heavy gone through the impeachment before I do think it's important that the Senate here both the legal arguments about that about what happened, but also the facts and make a judgment and I think at this point, the outcome is unpredictable. After the riot in the U. S Capitol. You had this to say about President Trump. It's going to diminish that cult of personality. I think it will help bring our party back to policy and conservatism. Which raises the question, Governor. Where does the Republican Party the National Republican Party go from here? And how much cloud do you think Donald Trump? We'll have us an ex president in the GOP was great question, and first of all, the GOP had a very successful election. Yes, we did not win the presidency, but it every other level. We had success and gain seats, so conservatism and the Republican Party is alive and well. Right now. We are fractured as result of President Trump and how he has handled it. The post election results and challenge the electoral college and that's has some division but our party will come back together. We're gonna have a tough six months or more coming up. We're gonna have a lot of soul searching. There's going to be done, and it's gonna be a fair debate as the direction of the party both in terms of Trump's influence over it, But it's also gonna be about policy and trade and foreign policy and and invite his agenda. So I welcome that policy debate and I think we ought to get back to the conservative principles that have made our party the majority party and hopefully it will move away from that. Personality driven that's led us to where we are right now under President Trump. Finally, governor. I want to switch subjects on you. Arkansas has given out 46% of the covert vaccine doses that you have gotten so far. I want to ask it. What do you think of the Trump plan as it has worked so far? We're getting the vaccine into people's arms. What was your reaction when you found out that the Trump administration, in fact, has no reserve supply of the vaccine? Despite what had been promised to you and briefly dance or all of these. What do you think of the Biden Vaccine plan? As you've heard it so far. Well, we want to get the vaccines out that we were disappointed that there wasn't going to be an accelerated delivery of vaccines to our state and We were not counting on that in our current delivery system, but we wanted more because right now we're going into teachers those age 70 and over and we don't have the supply. Get to get them all vaccinated. Hopefully, that will increase with our great pharmaceutical industry and they're manufacturing capacity, but he's got to increase in terms of President Biden's plan. I've met with their transition team a couple of times on this, and they're looking for ways to accelerate that. But The bottom line is they're dependent upon our manufacturing capacity, and if we can't be fat up, then it's gonna be a tough couple of months and trying to get a limited supply out to everyone that's in need. We're doing everything we can to accelerate the delivery of the vaccines to our population, So I expect our current percent about 40% will go up. We're getting our systems in better place. There's a greater acceptance of that, and It's going well. We just need more supply to get it into arms quicker. Governor. Thank you. Thanks for joining us. Always good to talk with you, sir. He creates good to be with you today. Up next a live report on Joe Biden's plans. Once he takes office, and we'll talk with his top White House economic adviser when we come right back. Have.
"national republican party" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Sean came up with a great name of a Have a new party, the Independence Party. Not independent party independence. Party. I kind of like that. Let's get Tonto north of Waco. Cindy is calling and Cindy. Welcome to Krystle Saito Show. If this Herds of Trump and Trump supporters is allowed. To happen on becomes the call of the day from the establishment Republicans. What will be the Net effect? Do you think I think that brand loose supporters. Of the Republican Party is the Trump supporters. That's what I believe. And I believe the Republican Party has a problem that they are the ones that are refusing to change and become the American People Party. Let me praise us another way. If the party of Adam kissing her and the party of Liz Cheney and the party of Mitt Romney. Takes this purging of Donald Trump purging of his supporters takes this tack. How willing will you bto donate to the Republican Party on the national level? Will not donate and I've donated money in the last four years, five years. Double money. I've donated money every year For the last five years. I got a note from somebody just like you. Who said how dare the Republican Party of the of the National Republican Party. Send me a notice asking for money from me when their members are turning on the president and his supporters. That's correct. That's exactly how I believed and also swallowing the false media narrative that the majority of that protest Was was violent on on the capital. We all saw it. We all have the video over. 100,000 folks showed up and peacefully protest ID and we condemn the relative few 100 who broke away And committed lawless acts. And we have been very clear from the very beginning. If we're going to condemn BLM and antifa violence and thuggery and killing, we're going to condemn it when anybody else does. I agree. I agree with that. The the anti for that, uh, that's been going on on nationwide. And they clearly not done anything about it. They've not called him out. They've not the Republican Party. You know, Some of some of the members have The Democrat Crap Party has not. I know and it's about it and we went with that. Did you hear the sound bites? We played Democrats using insurrectionist language promoting violence language, Yet they keep their social media platforms and the media refuses to hold them accountable. If this congress were consistent, they would impeach Camilla Harris on day one for her calls to continue the violence at the height of BLM in anti V violence in the summer. But they're not going to do that. Are they now? They're not, And I think the Republican Party is part of the problem as a whole. That's what I'm talking about. I'm not becoming that they don't want to be the American People Party. They want me to say that quick, You know, they want to just wanted to stay the same. And I don't want anything to change. And I think we are. I think we ought to take a I think we're gonna take a picture of Adam kissing his lip prints on the on the rear end of Nancy Pelosi. We really ought to get a picture of that soon. Hey, Cindy. Thank you very much for the call School little further north to Dallas. Joe. Welcome to Krystal's Saito's show if the Republican Party goes with the purge Donald Trump and purged in on Trump's supporters. Mentality that the New York Times says that they're doing uh what would be your reaction, sir? Chris, our first would question How can they impeach someone so quickly? It reminds me of a modern day it'll lynching. I mean, everything you've just brought up should be brought up in the trial and the question Where were all these? Concerns for all of the violence throughout the several months have been all right and tell me where the president incited violence whatsoever. You have to have incited length with language and I played for you language The Democrats have used to incite violence from B 11 antifa and they get off scot free. However, the president says peaceful and patriotic And he is going to be impeached for it. Well, I hope it doesn't happen, and I hope that they can go in no time, So it's gonna happen. It's going to happen. The Democrat I saw it with Mark Halperin. Believe it or not, yesterday the show, he said, nothing is going to dissuade the Democrats. There's only one Democrat out there Speaking out against this. His name is Joe Manchin saying You're going to institutionalize Ah, permanent division in this country by impeaching President Trump the same time and they don't care. They hate us. Now let me turn your attention back to the Republicans. The Republicans seem to be signaling that they are in support of what the Democrats are doing. What do you say? Well. I think with the support Donald Trump Jr would be an option, and you can't tell me that with the president to his right hand and his right hand President Trump and his spokesperson and someone that would speak from him, as Donald Trump Jr did on many a program. I've heard him talk, and he is amazing. He believed in everything we believe then he's very articulate. He's very charismatic. And I say Donald Trump Jr Well again that leads me back to which party is he going to run under? Because it seems the leadership of the Republican Party is saying they want to purge all things Trump. And they want to purge Trump supporters. And your reaction is Oh, he he's gone. Thank you, Joe to North Richland Hills. Donna welcome The Crystal Saito show. Chris. Thanks for having me on. Yes, ma'am. I I have purged the Republican Party a long time ago. I'm not. I mean, as a virus or a third party all the way we have. The Republicans have proved That they're not Where we the people at all. I don't think two parties exist in Washington, D C. I think there's only one party in Washington, D. C. And there are 544 people in Washington, D. C. But I have nothing in common with nothing right? And it seems that the Republican Party prefers the company of a O. C and I on a Presley, Andy Han Omar and Rashida MF to leave and Nancy Pelosi over The folks they've been asking for donations for all this time, And when you hear me say that a Republican that I interviewed yesterday when I asked them how are you going to defend? Your your constituents and his response is what we're gonna have to rely on the conscience of Democrats. How do you feel about that, Donna? It's absurd. It's absurd. Yeah, and kind of scary to think that proved not on Lee. I'm talking about the Republican Party. They have proved not only that they will not stand against lawlessness. They themselves are lawless, and I know this because they refused. Just stand up for the Constitution of the United States of America. And not only that, but look, look at what their alleged opponents did over the summer and not one Democrat or not, Robert Public. I was calling for re calling these Congress, women and officials nobody was talking about impeaching anybody on the Democrat side for promoting violence. Thank you don appreciate the call folks. Let me ask you a question. Do you know the name of your Texas representative? Do you know the name of your Texas senator? Meaning not going to Washington going to the going to Austin going to the state capital. You should. I'll explain why and then take more of your phone calls Next on WB a pig. Did someone say.
"national republican party" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Demonstrators becoming writers on Capitol Hill breaking into the U. S Capitol building, shutting down congressional meetings, and it begs the question of what direction the National Republican Party will take in the near future. Well, joining us now is somebody who knows that who's intimately aware of those things and more. It's a chair, a former GOP chair in Colorado, Dick Wadhams in a political analyst, Dick Good morning. Good morning, Marty. Before we get into some of the granular I just want to get on your thoughts of what unveiled yesterday. Murdered Diana about as everyone else. I was appalled by what I saw, uh, happened to our capital, and I worked in the U. S senate over the last over my lifetime total of eight years. Um, I just anybody who's worked in that complex or visited the complex had to be just appalled, but and I think President Trump is it was reprehensible What he said in his speech earlier in the day to the to the rally. Hey, did incite people to go to the capital and I hope I do hold him greatly responsible for what happened yesterday. No individual citizens must be held accountable. But That the body at the same time last summer when we had night after night after night after night of rioting across this nation, Joe Biden and the Democrats were silent. And so I think both parties have got to rise up and take on the extremists in their party. Both sides I I think that's what's got to happen. I I don't disagree with you there. But this dick seems like it's it always gets to this case of what about ism or will they do? It is well on the merits of this actually stand on their own, and I wonder from your perspective. At what point if the old cliche If you broke it, you bought it. This has become President Trump's Republican Party. This is not the conservative Republican Party I think you identify with and my writing, characterizing that And what does that go? This is what's gonna happen, Marty. We obviously on January 20th at noon. We're going to be into the post Trump period in the Republican Party. It will be a chaotic time in the party President Trump and his two sons are already threatening primaries against any Republican congressman. Who did not support the effort to overturn the electoral college. It's gonna get messy, and I think Republicans have a have got to stand up to that kind of behavior. I think President Trump did a lot of good things during his four years. I mean next to Judicial nominations, deregulation it none of those things excuse what he did yesterday or this notion that Republican members of Congress should be punished. For not joining him and trying to overturn the electoral college. And that goes to my next question At what point is if you want to say getting what you want become political expedience, But then it's not expedient when he does that. I guess it's like Hey, he enacted things. I know that that many who identifies conservatives like But what point are they issuing his character in this life that that character mattered in the conservative movement in the conservative party, Yet they always seem I feel make excuses for because well, he did this He got tax cuts. At what point are you like? This doesn't make sense, if if morals and character matter Well, I mean, his era is ending, Marty. I mean, this is so that discussion is over with, but, uh And I know you don't like him Well, that they did it to How many Democrats never took on Bill Clinton when he was having sex with an intern in the White House, But he's going back already. Yeah, that's it. Get control of this stuff. Right side. Those parties have got to stand up. To the extreme voices in their party eyes. This is not an isolated incident. Yesterday's been going on fine. Well, the president may be gone taking you're right about that. But there are many what people to call Trump loyalists that are going to still be there, And obviously he's got a heck of a voting bloc. So so maybe maybe the person goes away. But But what? What plagues If you want to see that there's there's still around. So what do you do about what is the current, for example? Like a Ken Buck? We'll talk to later. Or any of those who, to some degree have tethered their wagon to him yet separate when it I think again doesn't become politically expedient or they'll realize Whoa, this I'm getting a little too close to the embers for this. Marty with a Zeiss a work these next two years before the 2022 election. There were there will be a want of debate and discussion in our party. There will be Republican primaries front for nominations and the The trump Loyalist Element in the party will be a big part of that. Um, it's gonna be a messy time. It just gonna be a mess. A time in the Democratic Party to Joe Biden is gonna have to fight off the Alexandria Alexis. The Cortez, a constant Cortez is in his party who want to impose this radical agenda. They went. So both parties are in turmoil right now, Marty, even though the Democrats won the presidency There's a lot going on in their party, too. I think that's just gonna be the nature of both parties For the next two years. As I wrap up with you, you obviously the president will be gone. You have said that. But does he still represent the head of what is currently the Republican Party or is there somebody else that steps up? If you want to say to fill that void that maybe at least is still in some form of office. Well, any time a party loses a president there is there. You cannot replace the president. Whoever that president is, I mean, the Democrats went went through the same thing. When George W. Bush got elected, there was no leader in their party and parties go through a A time of debate and that what the party stands for, And so while what Trump is gonna have a big impact on the Republican Party, even after January, 20th People. He will not be solely the head of the party like he is now, uh, that ultimately won't be decided until we nominate a candidate for president and 2024. I have no idea who that will be. We have no idea trample run again, although I would say Marty after yesterday. I think Trump's Trump's potential to be elected president again or be nominated by the Republican Party is pretty tarnished. He's a political expert. He's a friend of this program, and I always enjoy having conversations with him. Dick Wadhams. Thank you so much Happy New Year to you and yours, and and obviously we'll continue the conversation. Thanks so much. All right, Marty. Thank you. It's 6 30 here. We got the newscast ahead. The drive Right now.
California GOP won't remove unofficial ballot drop boxes
"Hi. Welcome to the side of the breakdown. Okay. Great to be here. So okay. You have been covering this dispute that is happening between the Republican Party and Democratic leaders in the state. Ballot boxes popped up in some contested congressional district over the weekend. Put there by the state GOP. Tell us what happened. What are they? Why is everybody so mad? Right. So this started to kind of last weekend when we started seeing photos of these boxes, unofficial ballot drop boxes pop up in Fresno, Los Angeles, Orange County, the state, GOP and county Republican Party's kind of took responsibility for them. Alex Media, California Secretary of State Javier Becerra, the state's attorney general, filed this season Desist letter against Republican Party. They've basically raised two points against these ballot boxes, one That some of them were labeled official even though they were definitely not official on to that. This is a violation of the state's ballot collection law, also known as ballot harvesting law. That makes it sound like you're stuffing turf builder in your envelope for something, so I think On the first point, the GOP has conceded, they said, You know, we promised these signs saying official are gone. The second point about Malik Collection is a bit more complicated. We're recording this on Thursday. This could likely end up in litigation, so we should say, As you pointed out, there is a law that allows ballot harvesting valid collection and the Democrats were all for it. The Republicans in the Legislature didn't vote for it. They howled against it. They said it cost them the election in some of the midterm races and 2018. So are they now? Just saying OK, can't beat him. We're going to join him. Yeah, This is as they've built their attempt at Valley Collection. It remains to be seen kind of what's the greater effective this strategically? I mean, you know the resource is that they're going to have to use to defend this, possibly in court could have possibly been used just to direct their voters towards existing ballad drop boxes. There are tons of official ballad drop boxes up and down the state. You can Google Katie with the early voting to find list and find a way to find ones near you. So it's not clear whether they're getting new votes that otherwise would have been captured in the existing collection and voting methods throughout the state. Is this really a wise use of resource is on the part of the GOP. I mean, Yeah, I talkto Paul Mitchell today who does for both parties is like a voter data grew and he said by his count, there's like 98 turned in and Fresno and he's like, I would bet every one of us was probably someone who already would've voted GOP. So What is this isn't a political stunt to draw attention to about harvesting. It is, isn't it from their perspective? Good faith effort on the GOP side to really make sure that people vote I mean, because it's uh it's a little confusing. I mean, there's about harvesting issue, and then there's everything we've been hearing from the president, which is Go to the polls. Don't vote early male voter, you know, male voting is problematic. None of that's true. It's fine. It's secure. But like, Like, what do you What's the political angle here? If there is one Right. I mean, I think you hit it on the head with this kind of strange dichotomy. I think as faras this strategy to me, it's kind of the halfway between a ballot harvesting, troll and kind of a legitimate operation that they were trying to get out the vote with, But it raises this question of Look both by mail the expansion of vote by mail in California this year. Sending every voter ballot was a bipartisan effort There was, you know, Half a dozen Republicans in the Assembly who supported this. Even legislators, who are upset that this initially was pursued through an executive order ultimately supported the legislation. Now take that in comparison to national Republicans, who have spent most of the year saying vote by mail is filled with fraud. It's kind of created this strange paradigm for the GOP, where on one hand they have to be like, Look as our president is saying. Vote by males fraudulent, But hey, while you're in the office, stick your ballot in here. We'll take it for you. And I think that sets up this strange reflex of having the defendant National Republicans when many California Republicans were comfortable phone by mail, and Scott, I know you talked to many election officials in Red counties who have used, you know, using vote by mail for years. And so it's It's a weird interplay of the national Republican Party, taking this really strong stance that I think ultimately has hurt the state and local Republican Party's politically
Trump Fund-Raiser Elliott Broidy Charged in Lobbying Case
"We're also watching tonight the strange and we expect to be developing story of this Guy who has now been hit with federal felony charges. His name is Elliott Brady. He had a senior role in the trump inaugural committee. He was a major donor to the trump campaign not long after trump's inauguration the Republican party in this since deleted press release. Announced its, new national finance team. Under. The leadership of Steve. Wynn who since had to give up his casino empire a huge sexual harassment scandal the party brought on they announced in that press release they brought on as deputy finance. Chairman. Real, Nice. Group of guys Michael, Cohen the president's former personal lawyer who would soon go onto multiple felony convictions and a substantial jail term before becoming one of the president's most vociferous. Himself they also in that same press release announced Elliott Brady. As a national deputy chairman of the Republican Party, he is also a today now charged with multiple felonies committed also the other guy they announced that Prescott and that press release that day was Lewis to joy. The Guy who president trump put in charge of messing up the post office. COVID made us all change to vote by mail for this election Steve WYNN Elliott, Brady Michael Cohen and Louis de joy all in the same press release. All announced as having these major new roles in the national. Republican. Party all on the same day couldn't happen to a nicer bunch. I will just reiterate that the National Republican Party has since deleted that press release from their website but it's a real thing. Elliott Brady has now as I mentioned been charged with multiple felonies charged basically with taking money illegally from foreign sources to get the Justice Department to drop certain prosecutions. But Elliott Brady is tied up a whole bunch of stuff all the scandals involving the trump inaugural. He was a senior figure in the trump inaugural brady. You may also remember was embroiled in a hush money payment scheme that was almost literally a carbon copy of the one president trump got embroiled in with porn-star Stormy Daniels I. Mean. Literally, it was a copied thing. It does seem like the lawyers involved in both the trump hush money payoff and the. Payoff the lawyers may have used the exact same documents and the exact same fake names for both Brady and trump's hush money deals. Elliott was also the key link to the trump campaign and the trump administration for convicted pedophile. George Nader who for some reason had tons of access to the highest levels of the trump campaign, the trump transition, and even the trump administration. George Nader is now in jail probably forever. On child pornography and child sex trafficking charges his business arrangements with the. With. Liberty with the sky from the RNC and the trump inaugural committee that business relationships between. George Nader and Elliott. Brady remain murky but with brody now, himself facing federal felony charges. Maybe. More, will come out about that too. All in the lead up to the president's reelection effort Elliott, Brady is expected to plead guilty at least. That's what these court filings look like today. We shall see.
Atlanta - Georgia GOP, Republican National Committee join fight to overturn state's absentee ballot ruling
"Both of Georgia and National Republican Party's air, joining the state's appeal of the lawsuit that allows absentee ballots to be counted up to three days after the election. The Republican National Committee and Georgia Republican Party have filed a motion urging the Of the Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn the order by U. S District Judge Eleanor Ross. We believe that is an invitation for turmoil and fraud, and we're joining the state and asking that the appellate court stay her order until the appeal on the order itself can be heard, Georgia GOP chair David Schaeffer says. In addition, the lawsuit only applies to 17 counties, meaning to different standards would be applied across the state. Sandra Parish 95.5 double USB,
The mysterious family behind In-N-Out has donated more than $15,000 to Trump and the GOP since 2016
"Business insider is reporting that in and outs chief operating officer mark Taylor's wife Tracey Taylor the half sister of the change owner president have donated fifteen thousand dollars to president trump and the national Republican Party now they've given money to Democrats to the company there's a lot of different things but it is very interesting because we live in this weird world now where if you have a different ideology right so if you believe something other than what this person believes over here on this side of the aisle that we have to boycott whatever it is that you do right so you over there you right there you believe that you know in the second amendment and you believe in you know life you believe in that you you know you believe marriage and Amanda what whatever it is and you donated you pay the price for now they tried to do something boycott is stored in and out a few months ago in California and they were laughed at like shot nobody's gonna do people left like this is stupid but trump now and it's like with what's his name you know Sean Spicer dancing with the stars people are past let's boycott dancing with the stars right I got a boycott this we're gonna boycott that are they going to do it I don't know I mean it's in this day and age it's crazy I mean do you if you're a corporation you just say screw it like I'm not given money to anybody period ever again right because even if you go are look here's the deal I got a half million dollars recorders we could donate to fifty to one side you fifty other leave us alone because they're gonna come back it because that's what they do somebody earlier says well courtly David coke at the evils that powers that be and stuff unlike before you guys go get on the coke brothers and David cook who passed away I'm gonna touch on that in a minute last week just remember that corporations and individuals have money to spend and according favor but somebody is selling them that right if there's nothing to buy I eat power and influence then their money will stay in their pockets you know it nine we'll sell that power people sell that influence it is available readily right off the rack if you have enough