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"new york city democratic party" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

07:20 min | 7 months ago

"new york city democratic party" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Analysis from Greg Charity on the criminal. Potential criminal liability of governor Andrew Cuomo. And as you heard him rattle off the charges, there could be a zoo. Many is 678 different federal crimes that Andrew Cuomo may be guilty of But is there growing evidence of even more additional wrongdoing on the state and local level? Let's talk to Joe Borelli, the Staten Island City councilman, running for re election. Of course this year for his seat on he joins us from his Newly well mid mid mid renovations basement today, Joe, It's good to have you with us. Thanks for taking the time out of beating the wall down. Wouldn't be swinging a hammer instead of swinging the hammer. Right. Andrew Cuomo birthday. Well, let's talk about what's going on. You've got a big piece coming out in the Daily news. What's he gonna say? Well, yeah, we're gonna be talking about the nine people who in The New York Times pointed out about a month ago left the Department of Health because Andrew Cuomo was basically telling them what to do. The allegation was that he was making political decisions. And then forcing these health experts bonified actual health experts to justify what he was doing politically with some sort of medical mumbo jumbo and nine people over the course of the pandemic, mostly like in the summer on late spring, just packed up and left. And we saw Margaret Hoover interviewing the doctor who Andrew Cuomo sized by nameless one of his top advisers. And Margaret Hoover ask the question. How many times have you spoke to Andrew Polo? And this supposes? The guy who's the top advisor to the state said Oh, maybe five minutes once in my entire life, and it was a congratulatory phone call on the TV hit he gets That's crazy. So what does this tell us, then? Just reading just putting all cards on the table. What's the hand? Well, look at the total picture in New York is Number two in terms of death rate in the country. New York City on its own is more than double the death rate of every country on planet Earth. And when you take these things in their entirety, then factoring how bankrupted the state has become with unemployment with businesses failing with all sorts of things like that. You asked What Hold this. And you would assume that Governor Cuomo was using the best advice from the experts. But what this is slowly revealing is that this was all political calculations rather than what's in the best interest for the health of the people of New York. Well, and and that's just leaving the bottom line. Some total at just the health equation. Which Joe you, you know, from people that you've been dealing with in your district for all this time. That the health side of the equation while a big piece was only part of the total picture, because these decisions that the governor made had drastic economic and educational and relational in, you know, job and family and ability, tol kinds of other things. The tentacles of these decisions reached into just about every area of life. Correct And they can be summed by the state's desperate attempt to get a bailout, which seems like they are from the Biden administration. The state bailout the $50 billion. We're getting it, not the $62 billion the governor originally sought. But it's legitimately. You know about two times the size of the budget of the entire state of Connecticut. That's just what we need to be bailed out on that Xena normal right, And that's the sum of losing tax revenue and population. And property value. And business. The growth. Some of that is that the state can't meet its revenue expectations. Toe actually govern the way it normally does, which is in and of itself. Ah high tax hikes Penn State right off the revenue sources. And you're in a real big hole. Let's talk about legitimate options to change things here, Joe. I've asked. I've been asking people is it timeto establish a recall measure or to begin an actual impeachment? Is there a way that that that we can that we can, you know, beyond Andrew Cuomo Change the office of governor. To be able to have something that's a little more accountable to the voters that put him there. Sure. I mean, you know, In theory, we should be functioning like every other state in the federal government, where the other branches of government act as a check on the governor. But we see that for the longest time that just didn't exist. I actually do think that there is the will in the state Legislature to in peace, the governor Just got off the phone with some Democratic colleagues just to get the skull But what's going on there and and these are people and the majority of them are pretty good human beings. But these are people who have lived literally been bullied and harassed and and shunned by the governor's office at various times when they were only doing in their calculation what the best is for their constituents. And you're just sitting there literally sick of being governed by. It's not even a one party state. It's a one Cuomo state. I think the leadership is going to be averse to it because that's the entrenchment of the Democratic Party. The members themselves are very, very, very open to impeachment and pushing a different legislative agenda to structure the governor's office. Well, it'll be interesting to see if anything comes of that. Let me shift gears real quick. What is City Council and the mayor's race looking like to you in terms of what are the options going to be for? New York City dwellers to have Ah, bonified different direction to go in in the days to come. It could be anything now. The Republican Party, at least in my county that out has endorsed Curtis Lee was someone that you know some people on the radio world that might be familiar with Andre. Hopefully, he brings the same energy he does often times a show. To the race for mayor That said, We're still gonna have a Democratic primary in June to determine who their nominee is. Their nominee will have the edge in the election. Um right now, I think the real on Lee three players in the race of Scotch prayer, Eric Adams and Andrea. I think Maya Wiley has not taken off. I think Ray Maguire for all his money and sounds like a genuinely good success story. He's just not taken off. And Andrew again seems to be a person who had a lot of appeal to a broad segment of New York and so my perspective, you know the greatest crime. He has that he seems to be offering some new ideas. But aren't entrenched and progressive dogma or entrenched in the political machines of the New York City Democratic parties. I would. I would appreciate it, though, if he'd stop making campaign videos and bodegas I just Oh, yeah. This there's got to be a little more seriousness to the to the message of the Yang gang than the bodega videos. What about your race? Councilman? How How are you as it looking for what you're hoping to do in this campaign sex cycle. Well, I just got the support of the Republican Party and the conservative Party in district and I fully.

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"new york city democratic party" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"new york city democratic party" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Keep it out because you're making it easier for us to win in twenty twenty I I I mean I I can't disagree with that statement your can't match lap today he said the trump of fact is taught conservatives actually had a fight back against these Democrats trying to overthrow the government and he's right and that's one of the reasons why I think you're seeing a switch is well Republicans go on offense planning to investigate the president's and Rudy Giuliani's allegations that Joe Biden pushed for the removal of that top Ukrainian prosecutor to shield his son hunter from scrutiny as potential cracks emerging the Democrats support for impeachment sitting here knowing how divided I don't see the value of taking him out of office but I do see the value of putting down a marker saying his feet Hey there not acceptable what is now match lap chairman of the American conservative union and former White House political director and Richard good scene former Hillary Clinton adviser Richard good morning to both of you and what have you here to be her start us off here is this shifting of the strategy on the part of Republicans is it going to work for your party yeah I mean I was just talking to somebody in your green room when we were discussing about the trump the fact on the Republican Party they have come to accept the fact that this new socialize Democratic Party wants to fundamentally change American it's Donald Trump who's taught the Republican Party how to fight back and I think it's evidence in what's going on impeachment it's evidenced by what happened with Brett Kavanaugh if we want to hold on to how we view the future of America should look like we have to fight on these most basic of principles in a fully partisan impeachment is just repugnant to anybody who loves the constitution returned to you on what we just heard there from a democratic congressman Brenda Lawrence in Michigan I she was originally for the impeachment inquiry she voted yes on that but now she said let's move away from impeachment let's talk more about censure that is the direction she's willing to go are you hearing that from fellow Democrats that that would be a better strategy no actually in England look when Brenda Lawrence gets a chance to vote Philly the vote for impeachment or not but to this truck perfect ask any Rispoli in Louisiana asked Matt Bevin ask all the members of Congress who used to be in the house and who got beat by Democrats in twenty eighteen with Donald Trump ran on precisely the platform that mac just articulated Democrats a socialist all other leading in all these people across the border that's exactly what trump campaigns on all last year and again this year and all these rallies and it is a losing thank you look at look at that's right yeah it is time interrupting go right ahead I don't know how I'd I'd like never in a row I don't mind when Democrats like the governor of Louisiana and like the new governor of Kentucky win because they distance themselves from Nancy Pelosi of impeachment you're making my point which was which is that the DC Democratic Party the New York City Democratic Party the San Francisco Democratic Party is way too many not just to the left on where Michigan Wisconsin Pennsylvania the swing states set that's right each one is so unpopular with in purple did not so and so it is unpopular represent of warrants on the purse prospect of impeachment said quote sitting here knowing how divide this country is I don't see the value of kicking him out of office but I do see the value of putting down a marker saying is behavior is not acceptable that is Democrats running from impeachment in places like Pennsylvania and we was constant which is exactly what he just said this examiner spot on five three five nine seven three two it's also the reason why Michael Bloomberg is an official candidate running all these ads that you sit there going no one likes these candidates no one likes a democratic in its current I'll run I mean no one.

"new york city democratic party" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"new york city democratic party" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"All right sorry anyone. If I cut off before bien bear I didn't realize it but the the Wifi just shut off unexpectedly on me so we're back so it's going to be talking about via history or not. It's not really entire history but just one part of a history of blackmail rings political blackmail rings right. That's why I WANNA die title this episode Info Horse Because you never waging this non. No I'm not talking mud via Leeann mcadoo from Info Wars. It's where I got the inspiration from making fun of her. No it's yeah I mean it's these they use horse to get information on people or I should call them horse. Whatever it's you know it's a title fits? I'm just GONNA use it. I mean it's a catchy title so but they talk about a guy named Rosen steel being involved with Roy Cohn so I just went back earlier in the article and they say Rosen steel was a bootlegger of a Buna a bootlegger he was a criminal shady figure and he teamed up with a Baron Bronfman. It's like a welfare money Baron Bronfman Syr a year ago so such differences between Bronfman Rosen seal were also reflected in for personal lives while Bronfman married only once was loyal to his wife Rosenstiel was married five times was known for his relatively closeted bisexual antics a part of his life that was well well known to many of his close associates in employees vote for years. We're only hints to this other side of a controversial businessman details emerge years later during a divorce proceeding brought by Rosen CEO's fourth wife Susan Kaufman towed back the claims Kaufman alleged Rosenstiel hosted extravagant parties that would include boy prostitutes the made her that her husband had hired quote for enjoyment of certain guests which included important government officials and prominent figures in America's criminal underworld Kaufman would later here make the same claims under oath during hearing of New York State Joint Legislative Committee on crime in early nineteen seventies not only did Rosen seal organize these parties but he also made sure that are venues were bugged with microphones at recorded the antics of his high profile guests those audio recordings Kaufman alleged were then caps for a purpose of blackmail Vo Kaufman's claims are shocking testimony was deemed credible and held in high regard. I have a former chief counsel of a Crime Committee New Judge Edward McLaughlin and hey bob so very okay so these Soviets parties existed right. I mean it's evidence babe existed so now here we go a back to cone so he was buddy buddy with what's his name F._B._i.. Director at the time J. Edgar Hoover Care so the Dayton circumstance cones introduction erosion seal was harder to come by it is possible that connection was made for Roy Cohn Albert Cone Prominent Judge and influential figure in New York City Democratic Party apparatus then run by plan and ties organized crime obviously regardless of how our when it began the relationship between Conan Rosen steel was close often like into that of a father and son they were said to frequently salute each other in public and remained close until Rosenstiel was near death at which point cone attempted to trick has been barely conscious and senile now called friend inclined into naming the execute and trustee of liquor magnates estate though you that's always referring to Bronfman think he is valued at seventy five million more than three hundred forty four a million dollars today life magazine reported in nineteen sixty nine but Conan Rosenstiel had for years referred to one another as field commander and supreme commander respectively media references nicknames appeared of the articles from the period vo life and other outlets had interpreted this is merely an anecdote about nickname Sheridan jess between close friends factor notorious crime Lord Meyer Lansky also called Rosen seal supreme commander in the facts that Conan Rosenstiel would later become intimately involved in the same pedophile sex ring suggested there may have been more to be nicknames after all the mob to which Rosen steel was.

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"new york city democratic party" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:38 min | 2 years ago

"new york city democratic party" Discussed on KGO 810

"Now, Pat, Thurston odd K G O eight ten. Good afternoon. I'm Pat Thurston. We have a guest who is joining us. She wrote a piece that fascinated me. She is jasmine bath and historian of nineteenth century, political and economic culture, a recent graduate of Queen Mary university of London, and I am delighted to have you the pieces headlined how the Muller report could end the Trump presidency without impeachment. Jasmine, thanks for being with us. Thank you very much. Having me. It's a great piece, and I reread it again today in intimidation of you joining us, and it's got me kind of excited. So first of all, let's talk about why so many Democrats are loath to use the impeachment word much less use. It's process. I think given the effects of the Clinton impeachment. I think it's very much still the mowing money politics. I'm too many members of the public who support Democrats, and I think they understand will happen on declined on. They honestly just schedule that the effect hard on Republican leading. That would happen to the Democrats. And I think the Democrats out they present my time. So so worried that dole Trump might remain president in the next election that is trying to ensure that they can do anything like time to make sure that doesn't happen. So you like the across Democratic Party at the movies glad between Democrats he wanting beach because I see that as the quickest way to get to about the Democrats don't want it because they see that as a quick way to get out the presidency. So very interesting debate is going on in Democratic Party right now. Yeah. But you go back long before President Clinton to president James Buchanan, looking for another direction that Democrats could take that could end the Trump presidency. So tell us about the Buchanan administration and the corruption that was within that administration. So. Administration husband, Tom while the most corrupt a ministration in the whole of American history. But it's kind of a shadowed by some of the motivation about like, we'll take but some of the things that when tone would like a common and his administration would fund newspapers to get them to print prob-. You're kind of stories they said money into dual the New York pool in order to make sure that politicians in New York with I think favorably administration in Philadelphia you see huge amounts of roommates going round, the the the Democrats the democratic policy at the time with giving bribes to different people in who a quite prominent in Philadelphia, politics, and Pennsylvania politics to persuade the people the. That kinda most Tyson devote full, and you have this whole pool is released in eighteen sixty that call details all of this corruption. I it's they have noted interviews very much like the miracle, and they go into great detail about just how corrupt the Democrats Democratic Party. I'm become an idealization had been now this this report that they compiled and there was a name of other put the coat cove owed report code comedian. Because I recall so this was one though that was actually done the investigation was done and the report was compiled by a congressional committee. They didn't have a special counsel that went about doing that. And then the congressional, and so we should say for those people who don't know that Buchanan was a democrat. And so it was the Republicans in the congress who were the minority party and they put together. This committee who did this intense investigation. And so during that investigation, did they call people before the congress, and they they asked they interviewed these individuals they acquired documents to support the allegations they were making. Yeah. It's very much. What's going on now with the intelligence committees? And the congress at the moment other shift is calling for different people to testify exactly the same happy today. She sixty they kind of Celtic with one person and not let to another passan you had evidence Alexis, it would've been of all becoming saying something coded language, and then they have to decode that language. You don't walk out. Exactly that men nineteenth century politicians. Do extremely snake? So they were able to kind of stops. Why kind of didn't have enough evidence for his own impeachment? As because they it was kind of circumstance, you'll they quite link between the link the documents and interviews that they had in the congressional investigation to kind of even though the people kind of need that. What was happening? So so it was really unsavory it was really ugly at, but and they also uncovered corruption within the the entire Democratic Party. Right. It wasn't just Buchanan his administration, but the Democratic Party was crooked. Yes, crooked the most prominent example is the New York City Democratic Party that was just no. But it really being people to vote for them on especially like Irish immigrant population kind of Golding in violence in malls and stuff like that. I noticed that the that get the Democratic Party through my permanent in New York City. If anyone seeing the gun video that's kind of space around the internal politics. Oh, kind of corruption in order to get power in the city. And then how did the committee? How did the code committee? How did they do their work? How especially because there was violence a foot. You know, it was kind of ugly. How to get people willing to come before them to provide them with the information? So they could connect the dots to present to the American people. Well, I think that in the nineteenth century the was kind of a. Code of conduct for politicians on. I think politicians who kind of want to save their reputation and save that on would go in front of this committee. I'm k I put my hands up because while I know oh my God. What comes out we had honor among politicians? This is so unusual. -freshing would that be? They have. So so they got the people and they ask and they they compiled this report. And when they compiled a report, what was the response of the Democrats, then the people who were being reported upon. So the the to the committee was medical five members free Republicans Democrats, I'm in the the democrat has a puffy kind of like that's completely false. It's like pauses on. Republican trying to tell the public that we're corrupt even. That they use the term witch hunt. You haven't come across in any of the Ivy. They do but they use a was the have a similar tote. Yeah. So they can they condemn the investigation. And they said that it was actually a hoax. It was just a partisan ploy. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. And that's what the the message from. So how damning were the conclusions of the of the committee at that time? Extremely dumbing horribly. But the thing is out this time, I think you have to remember is the the northern states and the seven to seven slave states. Where what the Ed the bring called the civil war voters. Come a year off today. Eighteen sixteen election. And so the sow really kind of didn't take conclusions on fakes all types of conclusions or something serious because what they were going to put Democrats because Democrats the time the tedious quoted slavery. But in the north, especially some of the swing state, it how did huge impact do you have a numerous amount of editorials from newspaper at this time of them. Just being completely stunned. I'm shocked that they should happen. Didn't that come tree a nation? That was was all founded on resisting corruption from the British empire. Now kind of degenerated into a corrupt nation itself. And they just couldn't comprehend how it happened. And may were just they just they had that all they had was kind of like. Shock and just this Thais will those seen in this report. So do you credit the committee's report when it was released to the public and the public's disgust at the behavior of its elected officials. Do you credit that for the victory of ABRAHAM LINCOLN in the presidential election over Buchanan? I think the I think the report in itself would not have let handling Lincoln's victory. I think it was the Republicans use of the report to reinforce the the Democrats couldn't be trusted led to ABRAHAM LINCOLN success in the northern states. And I think it was that tuck tick to say, you know, what we have on ABRAHAM LINCOLN on stage. As many people have known him who is his pure. He's not corrupt. He's in the house the politicians, and then you see the coda pool, and you see a Democratic Party is the exhaust opposite dot rectal position. Oh that was placed in front of the voters in the Republican party up by the evidence, the Cova poll just kind of really reinforce the the Nova. Tis couldn't trust the political leaders info Democrats. So let's come back to today, then so the lessons that Democrats can learn today, it doesn't have to be used the Muller report to mount an impeachment of President Trump at us. What's revealed in the Muller report to talk about the corruption to talk about all the the horrid things that are revealed in that report and if not the direct conspiracy with the Russians. The willingness to conspire with the Russians to interfere with the election to to use that you think that would work for on the Democrats behalf in two thousand nineteen twenty twenty. Oh, I think that would be very small light user will. I don't think impeachment. Fuck and it would never pulse in the Senate. Anyway. But I think you can use their pool usually evidence the cold thoughts because I feel like we need to get back to the FOX. I'm be like they is. Well, you'll president has done school years. He said when he was running in two thousand sixteen and he was going to quote dragging the swamp as clearly how done that. So how can you trust your president when he's gone back on the very thing? He comes to them. Right..

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"new york city democratic party" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"new york city democratic party" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"TV's for not that much. You get sound systems for not that much. Everything's available to make your home more than just watching it on a small box. You can watch it in larger forms of still get theater experience for the most part. So I think that's certainly possible. As we go forward. All right. Well, thanks, everybody for those incredible questions. You know, we always appreciate them Hector, and I had a good time answering them little lies adding said very specifically says which we appreciate very much and again whole lineup of suicide squad. It was very specific. And as I said at the beginning of this. If you want to send questions in when we put the call outs on social media on Twitter on on Instagram look for that hashtag clutter mailbag Askar question and put that hashtag Collado bag on there. So it's easier for me to find an of course, you can Email us mailbag at collider dot com as well. Singer questions in anytime figure some at two in the morning, send it in some at five in the afternoon, send it in. I look at all of them decide the best ones that worked for my guest for the week Hector. Thanks so much for stopping mind. This was an absolute pleasure. Thank you so much for having me. Thanks again for the questions. It was awesome. And where can we find your brother? And also if you do you can find me on the internet on Twitter Instagram at Hector is funny and check out of hyper heroes that happen on YouTube, Saturday mourn and listen to the five hundred greatest films podcast where we put you through the ringer daily. Yeah. How's the back half of this year? Looking for you. Look you on anything for twenty nine nine. Absolutely, absolutely. The five hundred greatest podcasts. It's a it's a dumping and me, and my buddy do it. In John's episode was great. But boy, oh, boy, what a bad film. We watch. Follow me out the Roka says on Twitter and Instagram. Thanks so much for watching this weekend shows of Qatar ma'am again. Thanks for all the great words support. You guys have been sending our way can't tell you how much I appreciate that. I enjoy the rest of your Sunday. Have a good time. We'll talk to you soon. And caller number nine for one million dollars read a complete this quote life is like a box of Rita. You're cutting out. We need your answer. Sorry. That's not what we were looking for onto caller number ten. Glitched out of luck. Switch to boost Mobile's super reliable super fast nationwide network and get four lines each with unlimited gigs for just one hundred dollars a month. Plus get four free phones. Loose makes it easy to switch pitching. Makes it easy to save. Early campaign rallies for the Democratic Party presidential nomination. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news minute to candidates for the democratic party's presidential nomination. Hold rallies this evening for not Vermont, independent Senator Bernie Sanders talks about people calling him too radical. T health cats all as a right, not a privilege. Sure article. Meanwhile, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren tells supporters in New York City. Democratic Party that is a Workers Party. And we're gonna do it from the grassroots up. That's how we'll make change in this country. At least ten people are running for the party nomination. There is continued talk that former vice president Joe Biden could soon enter the race. I'm Tim Maguire.

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"new york city democratic party" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"new york city democratic party" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"As a. Radical. Meanwhile, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth rhyme tells supporters in New York City. Democratic party. That is a Walker L. At least ten people are running for the party nomination. Also, there's continued talk that former vice president Joe Biden could soon enter the race leaker who was believed back behind bars. Usa's Chris Barnes reports. Chelsea Manning back in custody after now refusing to testify before a federal grand jury that grand jury in northern Virginia's investigating WikiLeaks. Manning is the former army intelligence analyst who released classify data to WikiLeaks had twenty ten. She was convicted of numerous crimes in two thousand thirteen. But her sentence was then commuted by President Obama for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes for USA radio news. I'm Wendy king. I can't get my computer work. With that. How'd you do that? I just got techy with power gigs literally come on site and no need to stop. What you're doing? Or block off time. We come to your home office or wherever you are. And we don't just fix whatever computer issues, you might be having we explain and teach you long.

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