35 Burst results for "Newsmax"
House GOP Secretly Vote on Supporting Earmarks
"So I want to share with you yet another reason why I don't trust Kevin McCarthy. And this story comes from newsmax. It was just published mere moments ago. Charlie McCarthy is the author of this story. It turns out that House Republicans voted in secret, let me repeat that again, voted in secret to keep earmarks. You say, what are earmarks? Earmarks are, are your tax dollars? That have been squirreled away and your tax dollars are being used to fund pet projects by whoever is whichever political party is in charge of the house. They're the ones that get these earmarks. And it's really reprehensible that Republicans would do this only because Republicans claim to be the party of fiscal responsibility, right? Fiscal responsibility. They don't want to be the party of morality anymore. They don't want to be the party of the culture war fight anymore, but by golly, they are the party of fiscal responsibility. That's what they wanted us to believe. That's why they wanted our votes. House Republicans voted 158 to 52 against an amendment proposed by congressman Tom McClintock of California. It would have ended the rule, allowing members to add earmark provisions to legislation.
Breitbart Labels Andy Biggs as 'Far Right,' Supporting Kevin McCarthy
"Breitbart is has clearly made a break from Donald Trump. And they've decided to throw their lot with Ron DeSantis. And look, that's great. It's okay to like both guys. I, for one, like both guys, I like Donald Trump. I like Ron DeSantis. That doesn't make me a bad human being. One of these days, Ron DeSantis is going to be president of the United States. It may be 2024, it may be 2028, but one day he's going to be president of the United States. But the issue now facing a lot of Republicans is who they're going to be voting for. When it comes to the speakership. And breitbart is throwing down a gauntlet. And they're saying that Kevin McCarthy has to be elected Speaker of the House, and if he doesn't, then the Democrats could gain control and could stage a takeover. Now, we've had Andy Biggs on this program. What I find fascinating is that breitbart is now referring to Andy Biggs, the congressman from Arizona. The former chairman of the House freedom caucus, a position now held by Scott Perry. They're calling Andy Biggs far right. This is breitbart. Breitbart is actually further to the right than anybody else. So who are they? Why are they out there and they're using it as a smear? This is not a compliment. They're using it as a smear. So Kevin McCarthy was on newsmax TV last night. With our buddy Sean Spicer. And Kevin McCarthy said, and it's a warning that if Republican members play games, the Democrats may end up picking the next house speaker.
Was Pres. Trump's Speech Effective When Announcing His 2024 Bid?
"President making the announcement there at beautiful Mar-a-Lago. I mean, the place was packed and very enthusiastic crowd. No doubt there are a lot of people that are not very happy about the president's decision, and we're going to get into that in just a little while. But I'm curious to hear from you. The president last night a delivering a speech. Look, I thought it was a fine speech. The question is, was it effective? I thought the president's tone, the president's tenor, was spot on. I thought he was very measured. And how he delivered the speech he was on point. He did not stray. He didn't chase it. He squirrels. And as near as I can tell, the only people he offended were people on the left. So that is a good thing. There are many people that are questioning the they're calling it the lack of enthusiasm. They're saying the speech was boring. I don't know that it was necessarily boring. It was just long. Well over an hour last night, the networks, let's see here. CNN and I don't know if this was a breaking news or a miracle, but CNN actually broadcast the speech. They dipped out about I had a low 45 minutes or so into it. Fox News carried the speech, but they dipped out of it. And then dipped back in, newsmax, I believe, is the only network that carried the speech cover to cover. From genesis to revelation as they say. So newsmax, I thought did a terrific job with their coverage, and by that, I mean, they just let the president speak. You know, there was no commentary until after the speech was over. But MSD and C did not cover the speech at all. They were, they decided to take a pass and they were in regular programming, as was Fox
Trump Team Eyes Nov. 14 for 2024 Presidential Bid Announcement
"President Trump, according to axios, is going to announce his run for The White House in just under two weeks. So the reporting from axios is that on November 14th, Donald Trump is scheduled to announce his run for The White House. Newsmax is Mark halperin, also has a report. He says that the president's inner circle is blocking off days and their calendar and preparing travel in anticipation of the official announcement. Again, that would be November 14th, and that would kick off a multi day series of political events. Now newsmax is quoting three sources with knowledge of this information.
Why Is Radio SO Special? Grant Stinchfield Explains
"First heard you, before NRA TV, it was clear to me this guy is a drive time natural. You get radio. And it's different from TV. You went on to do NRA TV. But I'd like your take. Somebody who lives in the real world as well as doing media. What is it about radio? Why is radio so special ground? It breathes. So I'll give you an example of my newsmax show. The interviews like when you would come on, there are three and a half minutes long. Right. How am I supposed to break down what's happening between Russia and Ukraine in three and a half minutes with an expert on foreign policy, it's nearly impossible. It's very, very quick. Now, we do it, and I think we still do an entertaining. We still do it in an entertaining informative way. But when you can get on the radio and you can let someone breathe. And you can get into the details of this. The mastery of storytelling. That's what radio is about to. Rush Limbaugh was the best at this. Of all of them. But when you can tell stories on the radio, when you can talk and you can humanize a guest that you have on, he's not just there or she for just reading an expert, but you humanize them. All of this is why I think this whole podcast venue is exploding. The spoken word and long form spoken word is becoming more and more popular. I'm loving it every time I see these statistics that are coming out that more and more young people are looking at people like Joe Rogan. Let's face it wildly successful show. It's three hours long. Yeah. I'm so, in many respects, it restores my faith in humanity, that we're no longer maybe we're shifting from that headline news mentality. I want it in 20 seconds. And then I want to be out that maybe we want to learn.
How Is President Trump Doing? He Tells Us
"I did a list on our newsmax show on everything they've tried to do to you from the Billy Bush tapes to impeachment one impeachment to the Mueller probe, the January 6th committee, letitia James and so forth. I know we have 3 million listeners plus our viewers. They are concerned for you for the former First Lady Melania. How are you doing sir and talk to us about the latest developments in Nancy's witch hunt? So I think it's, I think we're doing very well. People do say, how do you do this? How do you do it? Like we have Peekaboo James, you know, the attorney general, New York, who's controlled by Washington. But Peekaboo James comes out with I built this great company, and they said, took advantage of banks. I didn't take advantage. The banks were never missed a day of interest. My company has very little debt. It has tremendous cash. It's got a tremendous amount of cash. I built a great company. Some of the best assets in the world real estate assets in the world. And I got to go through this with this corrupt attorney general who, by the way, is so weak on crime that New York City sets records in New York State records on murders and all and drugs. I mean, the drugs are all over the place. And she's somebody said, oh, how much did the banks lose? I said nothing. What do you mean nothing? Nothing. Actually, they get paid off early in some cases. You know, there was nothing. And I have very little banks because I've heard a little debt. I mean, she, they manufacture stuff. They do whatever they can. These are very corrupt people. And if you don't think they're dealing with Washington, this is state and local.
Devin Nunes: There Are a Lot of Bad Apples Getting Promoted in DC
"It is amazing to me that in the year and a half now since I've been out and we've been doing this and especially two or three years since Russia and impeachment, does it just strike you that you just sit back every morning and open up the piper or you hear something else where what we were saying about DoJ in tail, all these, it was confirmed. And it's like, we've been saying this forever, and now it's like, you know, oh, yeah, well, they did that but that's beginning to bother me. Yeah, they did it, but. Well, Doug, what I think is actually even more sinister today looking at what's happening, especially with the raid. I think what you helped the whole team uncover, the Republicans in the House that where we all uncovered the Russia hoax. Back in 17 and 18 and you played such big, big role in that. What we're seeing today has continued and I didn't really see it because we thought at the time, okay, the two lovebirds are gone, mccabe and Comey are gone. The Obama, a lot of the Obama DoJ people were gone and so you thought, all right, we've got Horowitz there, and you have the Durham investigation, and so, you know, things maybe aren't getting better or great, and because there hasn't been prosecutions. But boy, I sure as hell hope they learned a lesson and they're going to get out of politics. Well, clearly what I see now, and I don't know if you're seeing the same thing, but there are two to three dozen really bad actors. You can call them rats. You could call it a sleeper cell. That's now been activated that I described a couple days ago on newsmax as the get Trump Gestapo within DoJ and FBI. And the head of this snake are the people that were there back in Dorian Obama, 15, 16, 17, kicked off the Russia hoax investigation in early 16, all those players have now been promoted. They are either in the Biden White House at the top of DoJ and clearly with this FBI agent scandal recently this guy that was involved in the phony Whitmer setup deal where he had the feds involved looking at January 6th, possibly involved in Mar-a-Lago. Now there's reports that have this guy back with remember the famous Bruce and Nelly or Nellie or work for future GPS. Bruce or one of the top guys at DoJ. And this guy hanging out in 2016 in Europe, I'm sure, you know, looking for the infamous P tapes or whatever it may be. So there are some, there's a lot of bad apples and a small cell within the FBI that are working with the people at DoJ and the Biden White House.
Alec Baldwin Reaches Settlement With Halyna Hutchins' Family
"There's a statement, a communications act that was released by the widower of helly Hutchins. This is the DP that was killed. Yes, killed by Alex Baldwin sue me sue me Alec Baldwin. You had the gun. You pull the trigger, you killed her. On the set of rust. Have you read this statement? I have not. I think I heard it though. It just came out, isn't it hot off the process? Yes, it's hot off the press. So this is from newsmax. We have this is from the widower. This is the husband. We have reached a settlement subject to court approval for our wrongful death case against the producers of rust, including Alec Baldwin. As part of the settlement, our case will be dismissed because they're getting an undisclosed pile of cash. Right. Filming of rust will resume in January. And this is a thing that kind of just made me vomit a little bit in my mouth. And I, this is from the husband, Matthew Hutchins, I will now become executive producer of the movie. Is this like, I mean, I know it's Holly weird, and I know it's a bunch of perverts, but doesn't this sicker knew that the man who is left a widower wants to get a title on the movie on who's set his wife was killed? It's not even just the title though, that means that he's going to get money. Money. Yeah, a percentage of all the profits. I was pretty stunned when I heard this statement. And it, of course, benefits Alec Baldwin to settle with him for a couple of reasons. One, there's a very real possibility that he is going to be charged because the FBI insists that the trigger was pulled on the gun that killed Elena Hutchins and that means that somebody pulled it and Alec Baldwin was the one who was holding the gun, there's that question. There's also the negligence issue about why live ammo was actually on the set of this film. So that's a problem for him legally and to have the husband come out and say we believe this was a tragic accident is going to do nothing but help him. And then part two is he's not going to have to sit for a deposition because he's able to settle with them out of court. They're not going to actually have to use testimony that could have been used in a criminal trial against him. And so it's a great day. If you're Alec Baldwin, what I don't understand. And again, I don't want to be a grief shamer, but if your wife is missing, the mother of your children is now missing from your lives permanently because someone took her because of a mistake or whatever happened on the set of that movie, it's really hard not to feel like this statement and all of the money taking isn't just a cheapening of her memory.
Stephen Miller: Biden Is Not 'Cognitively Present' as President
"Last night, former senior adviser to Trump, Stephen Miller, was on newsmax's Eric bolling show. Here's cut two. Listen to Steven Miller, what he accurately pointed out. And I want to play for you his argument and then I want to tell you ask you to call and tell me whether you agree or disagree with Stephen Miller's assessment. The President Biden is not cognitively present. He does not have the mental capacity to serve as the president of the United States of America. If he was in a nursing home, he would be in the assisted living section, not the area where people are in a retirement community who are living their own lives and who are making their own decisions. Maybe they just have a little bit of help when they need it. He would be in the round the clock care section for someone who forgets who they are, where they are, what they're doing, who's alive, who's dead, how to take care of themselves. He is completely cognitively diminished and deteriorated. So this is a terrifying situation. And of course, we see the results. We see the results all the time. The world is more violent, more dangerous, more unstable than ever before.
The Power of Entrepreneurship With Grant Stinchfield
"Got canceled from newsmax, most of us said, well, what am I going to do? Especially a TV person where you're only skills to you. There's not a lot of jobs where you're hosting an 8 o'clock prime time show for a conservative talk show host. But I never ever worried because I had the skill of entrepreneurship and really I don't even call myself an entrepreneur. What I call myself as a small time capitalist. If you can learn the skill of going out and buying a cash flowing business, not wanting to have to turn around, a casual business that you think you can build up, you'll always be able to make money. It's a great skill and I'm so grateful that I was able to do that. This goes to what Donald Trump typifies. Now he did it on a huge level. He's a massive capitalist. I could only dream to be like that. And actually, I actually don't have desires to be a billionaire. I just want to be successful, pay my bills, take my family on vacation, go out to eat to me, that's the American Dream. I don't need to be a billionaire. I like money. Don't get me wrong, but I don't need to be a billionaire. Donald Trump is the only billionaire I know. That was able to relate to the working class the way he did. We almost felt like he was one of us. When you looked at him he talked like us, he was an outsider like us. It didn't seem like he had he was so high and mighty that he was part of the ruling class and there is a ruling class of career politicians in Washington. Donald Trump was not that guy. And for a billionaire to relate to real Americans who all they want to do is be able to provide for their families and have that opportunity. I think that's the chord that he struck and he made us realize that the media was not working for us and Washington politicians, including many Republicans, are not working for us. And I've said, and what Donald Trump really helped me get to the point of realizing this is once you realize the government is willing to lie to you and you realize that the media is willing to lie to you. Once you come to that conclusion that that's a strong possibility, your eyes can now be open to all of the schemes they are playing against us. But you've got to end up getting to that conclusion. They
Grant Stinchfield: People Seek Out What They Want to Hear
"Just, you know, digesting news differently. And as much as you like it, don't like it. Nobody sits down at the dinner table anymore, you know, technically at 6, 6 30 every night. And on the background you have walder cronkite telling you the way it is. I mean, they just don't have that anymore. We get our news in such different ways. You know, people tell me all the time they just wish they had an unbiased version of news where you just were told the news. I actually don't think that's true. I don't think there are people hungry for that anymore. People seek out what they want to hear. That goes for conservatives and it goes for liberals. And so I think different networks can pick their lane and then if they had news programs that were somewhat unbiased and in many respects, Fox News does an okay job of this. Newsmax doesn't okay job of this in their daytime programming. But in the end, people want to go to sources that they can trust because the news is much more than who got killed, what store got robbed, who had their house broken into. That's old fashioned news. That's Miami news back in the 1980s. People are now concerned about their lives. What's going to happen to the stock market? What's going to happen to their ability to decide for themselves and their kids? How they want to be educated or their healthcare. And what they want to put in their bodies. These are decisions that are really important for them. So I think people are in a position where they've got to go find people they can trust, always question, always do your own homework, but in the end, you've got to go seek this out. You can't rely on ABC NBC CBS to give you a nightly news,
What Is Grant Stinchfield Up To?
"First things I get, we get this question. I saw you lasted at cpac in person. We've talked since then. What's grant up to these days? Yeah, well, it was a little bit of a shocker by show on newsmax got canceled. You know, we were doing 8 o'clock and we were doing real well anywhere between the second or third highest rated show on the network and of course they moved Greg Kelly to 10 o'clock and my show got bumped to Greta van susteren in, so I instantly started a scramble, right? And the scrambling, I've always been a hustler. I've always been able to make money. I've had businesses in the side. I just sold a trucking company about a year ago. I owned auto care shops before that's why I start the hustle process, but I said, you know what, I don't want to get out of this media business. I'm loving the fight for this country and it's so important right now. Probably now, more than ever, as you well know, Doug. So I'm happy to say that within the next few weeks, we'll be announcing a new streaming platform that's going to be big. And there's a lot of high dollar conservatives putting some money behind this streaming platform. I will be unleashed finally able to talk about a lot of things that I couldn't talk about on newsmax. And of course, we're going to continue to bring the fight to the left. So the streaming platform is going to be really, really big. I'm excited about it. And they're not going to keep me down. That's for sure, Doug.
Sheriff Mark Lamb Describes the Impact of the Southern Border Crisis
"Us given the shocking figures. The fact that it looks like the feds, CBP, INS are kind of stood down the Walmart greeters of the Biden administration. What impact has there been on your job? You were on my show yesterday on newsmax. Give us just some rough figures in just some anecdotes of how worse it has become. Well, it's a tremendous impact on us. You know, I've always said that what comes through my county doesn't stay in my county. So there's not a lot of long-term effects other than the fentanyl. But what we see every day and the crime that comes with it is what's alarming. We've had almost a 250% increase in pursuits over the last two years. People running from us, trying to avoid being caught because they're transporting humans and they're transporting drugs. Some of the figures you had like 5 vehicles, just yesterday. How many people in the 5 vehicles? Just yesterday, we stopped 5 human load vehicles and one shift with 27 people between the 5 vehicles. Do the math. I mean, it's over 5 people per car. Now,
Grant Stinchfield and John Solomon on the Leadership Failures of J6
"Get back to the show with grand stinchfield. Well, I'll tell you what it is such a pleasure to be sitting in for my good friend doctor Sebastian gork I always enjoy being in the studio talking to you as well. All of you out there. And one of the things I love is when we have great guests on this program, which doctor Sebastian gorka always has great guys on. One of my favorites used to come on my newsmax show all the time, of course, is John Solomon from just the news, who's been breaking so much news over the course of so many years, but John Solomon is great to have you on the program. Great to be with you, grant. Great to be with you. Now I'm going to try this. The audio is a little shaky, but let's give this a shot. So John, January 6th, you have been beyond many on top of everything surrounding January 6th, the leftist play on the political prisoners that they've been holding all these things. It looks like they are now going to reconvene the January 6th committee in Congress. In October, just in time for the November elections. Is this some kind of October surprise that they're doing another ploy? Well, I think it exposes once again what people have thought about the January 6th committee, which is political first in public interest second. They've been driving politics from the beginning. This is all about attacking Trump nation. And not about getting to the root issues that should matter to the American public. Like, how did a $600 million police force get overrun by a group of old guns on January 6th? We don't have any answers to that. After 9 11, we learned from the failures of 9 11. The January 6th committee isn't interested. Last week I broke a story. There were as many as ten capital police whistleblowers have come forward saying, we had all the intelligence to prevent January 6th, but we didn't create the plan. The resourcing, the mindset to defend the capitol that day, that should scare all of us, because those problems haven't been fixed.
Conservative Media Better Not Air Joe Biden's Speech on Thursday
"If you've got an explanation for why you're glad to hear about Biden's speech regarding the soul of the nation, you know what this is, this is an absolute donation in kind. This is an in kind campaign contribution from NBC, ABC CBS, and all the media that will carry it. Fox News better not carry one second. Of this preposterous disgraceful speech to America. Newsmax, one America news, they better not carry one second of it. And I don't think that the left even knows how infuriating this speech is. At the end of the day, they suffer from a complete lack of awareness. They don't have a level of awareness that you would think normal, rational people have.
Sam Harris Is a Buffoon With Victor Davis Hanson
"Hansen, there is a video clip actually from a Friends of mine in the podcast trigonometry is hosted by two British Friends of mine who are in my studio not too long ago. They interviewed Sam Harris. They released this video. It has gone viral. My buddy Dan bongino played it, newsmax, Eric bolling has played it. I'm going to be playing it on my show this weekend. I'm sure you've seen it. I just for those of our list is across the nation who may have missed it. Here's just a 32nd clip of what this leading light of the left had to say about suppression of information just before an election play cut. Listen, I don't care what's in Hunter Biden's law. I made a Hunter Biden. At that point, Hunter Biden literally could have had the corpses of children in his basement. I would not have cared. Not that doesn't answer the people who say, it's still completely unfair. To not have looked at the laptop in a timely way and to have shut down the New York posts, Twitter account. That's just a left wing conspiracy to deny the presidency to Donald Trump. Absolutely it was. Absolutely. Right. But I think it was warranted. An absolutely warranted conspiracy professor. Some people have said he was having fun with the hosts. He was trolling them. I think what happened there was the quiet part was set out loud. Do you concur? Yeah, I do. I think he thought he was going to be edgy and controversial, and that would be a good thing. And of course, the thing to remember about that is when he says they're justified. He never quite tells us where, when exactly Donald Trump deserve that treatment, did he pollute the IRS did he weaponize the FBI? Did he take over the DoJ? Did he spy on Hillary? Professor. He does. He gives one example in a 96 minute interview. He gives one example. He says Trump university.
Tiffany Cross: We Have to Prepare for Actual Violence, Civil War
"I want you to listen to Tiffany cross on MSNBC yesterday She is a low IQ reprobate she has a platform given to her by Comcast For every week she gets on television and spews her hate in her poison In my view promotes violence As do most of the yent is on the view it's not entertainment Joy Reid another another bigot I want you to listen to this Tiffany cross on MSNBC yesterday Cut one go I mean you have millions of people tuning into a propaganda network every night And then as if that were not bad enough that's an extremist network itself You have these fringe pop up outlets You know from known to newsmax then you have the social media component That train has left the station There is no let's deal with the rhetoric At this point I do think we have to have serious conversations around preparing for actual violence People keep saying a Civil War is coming I would say a Civil War is here And I don't mean to be hyperbolic We can look at what has happened just in the past week alone since all this has happened We've had two people try to declare war with FBI field offices I don't think at this point we're going to all pack up our bags and go home and seeing kumbaya
Rep. Matt Gaetz Shares His Unvarnished Take of the Mar-A-Lago Raid
"Think I've had you on the show since the raids. So I've been doing double duty here on newsmax on everybody else's podcast on the war room, lots of stuff for international media, the Brits can't believe what's going on. Your unvarnished first response to not only the raid itself, but in the last 9 days how the narrative has changed every 12 hours. First, it's records, then it's nukes, then it's espionage act, is this going to collapse eventually, or is this just the shape of things to come? Well, it sort of feels like a movie I've already seen before. I mean, if the Department of Justice and the national security state are using improper process to try to accuse Donald Trump of being a spy for a foreign country, it's not even the first time they've done it. And now that people are calling for a release of the affidavit that they presented to get the raid going and they're resisting that call for transparency, I think it raises even more questions. Remember, it was when we got the fisa warrant where they were using Carter page to try to get close to the Trump campaign in 2015 that we saw that the FBI was leaking information and then using the news stories that they created through their leaks to justify authorities that they would never have been given otherwise to spy on someone they believed to be close to a presidential campaign. So
"newsmax" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"So let's say NBC, they might have 5 correspondence or Washington Post. So you would send some folks to the briefing room, find out who was there so that you would and then you could say to the president, okay, Peter Alexander from NBC is here. So and so from The Washington Post is here. And you'd kind of get a sense. And then reporters would call you prior to a press conference or briefing. And they said, hey, by the way, I got a question. I'd love to ask about immigration today. But there's a big question about Canada or whatever. And so you say to the president, mister president, we've got several requests for questions today. I recommend so and so and so and so today because the idea is that I would want to advance and I remember the first time and I put this list together and he just looks at me and I thought he was going to tear my head off. And he was like, yeah, I think I got this. Yeah. I think I got this, yeah. I can not imagine Joe Biden saying that. And really, you brought something up and just the serious and funny side of it is what else do they give him cards for? Well, that's what I'm saying. It's scary. And it really brings the begs the question on who's riding the cards and putting this out there, but it is because all right folks, Sean, Spicer with me today on the dot com's podcast. He's got his own podcast coming is out now. Get it where Sean tell us where we can get the podcast. Wherever you get it, you go to Sean Spicer dot com, but you can also go to Apple or wherever you get it. It's called beyond the briefing with Sean Spicer. Get it, it's beyond the briefing. And then obviously Spicer and companies every night, 5 o'clock on newsmax. But yeah, anywhere that you get your podcast iTunes, Spotify, et cetera, go there, download it, subscribe, rate it, love it. Oh my goodness. Hey folks, we've been on with Sean Spicer. Great conversation just where we hit a lot of topics got his new podcast out. But I think the thing that is hit for Sean and I appreciate him so much on his show. Go watch him on his show. It's just the honesty that we take a look at where we are as a country. We got a lot of questions. And there's questions out there that I think people need Andrew. That's why we're here. That's why we're here on the dot com S podcast. That's why Sean is going to be beyond the briefing and also on sponsoring company as well. Go out, have a great day, look forward to seeing you again on the Doug Collins podcast. Hey, everybody. I just want to talk about sleep. You know why I want to talk about sleep? Because I just got out from underneath my pillow bed sheets and my pillow that I keep under my head every night because I like to sleep on my side, I'll actually sleep on my back, a lot of sleep, you know, I move at night and my pillow is just the best thing that goes under my head. It keeps me getting restless sleep. The sheets are amazing. It's just what you need. Everybody understands you need 7 hours of sleep. Why not sleep in some of the best products out there? And Mike and the folks at MyPillow are great folks to do this with and you can go to my pillow dot com or you can call them at 805 6 four 8 four 7 5. You'd code word Collins. So LL INS, you won't want to miss this. If you have not got these Giza bedsheets, you need them. They're amazing. They're soft. They don't wear out. Do you need those to get that sleep against your body at night and provide that cooling just soothing nature? They let you get the most sleep. But you know they're not just about bed sheets and pillows. They also have the my slippers, amazing. I don't wear, I've talked to you about it before. I don't wear slippers, but I do wear my slippers. They're amazingly comfortable. You can wear them outside. You can wear them inside. Great products. You've got towels. You've got all kinds of stuff. Go to my pillow dot com. It's spring cleaning time. It's spring time to get out there and try and buy new things. Replace some of your old stuff. You'll run a place your towels get some other products for your bedroom. All at my pillow dot.
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"And it shows. And but remember, this goes back to something that I talk about extensively in my book that they don't, they've never chosen folks administration wide based on whether or not they were the most qualified. It was all about checking boxes. And remember how Jen introduced her. She used the first person of color that's gay that did, I mean, it was never about she is the most qualified. So I'm not surprised. But the thing Doug that continues to grade at me, whether it's her Biden himself, the vice president, is the press corps, it doesn't matter what they say or do. They literally just go like this. They nod their head. I did a segment on my show the other day. And I played the scene from the first Star Wars. Where Obi-Wan Kenobi comes in, he's got the droids, R two D two and C-3PO in the backseat. And the stormtrooper stopped them. They say, are these, you know, these are not the droids you're looking for. And they say these are not the droids. We're looking for. And then he says, moving along and he goes, move along. I feel like that's what Biden and Kamala Harris and Kron Joe here do. They go, these are not the questions you need to get I asked and they go, these are not the questions we want to ask. Move along, move along. That's the lack of interest curiosity, journalism that is done by this press corps is frankly pathetic. Yeah. Well, it's not a service to the country. And I think that's the problem that we've talked about this before. I mean, you've got to have the press corps is there for a reason. Their value Bible part. I mean, you know, in every administration, as always, you know, had this, you know, do I really want to go out with the prescot they always have to deal with it because it's a matter of, frankly, confidence in the country, if you can expire, even if it's your own spin, you at least say, hey, something's going on here. The other thing I want to get before we get going is, what is up with the cue cards for Biden? I mean, I mean, look, I get it, okay? You've been there. But I've never seen one. The other one that I just saw just recently actually said, you capital letters all capital bowl face letters. You walk in room, greet people. You and others sit down. I mean, Sean, I've never seen this. I mean, is it that bad? I mean, apparently, what did I think he's gonna do? So here's think about this just from your own standpoint for a second. If somebody handed you a card, like an honest to God. I think about this. If somebody walked in and said, Sean, here's the thing tonight for the show. I'm gonna need you to sit in your seat, and then I'm gonna need you to look. I'd be like, I look at them and be like, what do you get? You would be insulted. And you look at them and go, what? The idea that you're the president and you're like, oh, thanks a lot. I appreciate you helping me get ready. Can you imagine what is the morning cue card look like? Put right pant leg on first. I mean, I worry what else we're not seeing, but I honestly think to myself, if this ever happened to anybody else, they would say to themselves, like, excuse me. That's insulting. You don't tell me to welcome people and then sit down and then look at person. Say hello to person. Wait till person stops talking, then say to a person, I mean, take sip of water. Cold water. Ask this person question. Could you, I mean, and I mean, we are in your podcast, my guess are going to be family, our family, friendly, but could you imagine if you handed that card to Donald Trump? No, no, no. So I actually know what happened. So when I first started with Trump, so a lot of you'd walk in and I'd say, okay, so you get a sense..
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"That's the problem. So I think it's interesting the question you're asking is just it's so profound and I hope the right people give it the right thought because there are days when, you know, as somebody who's at the very tail end of their career and in this aspect, I do wonder if what the priorities are of how we're, what the growth is. And I've watched some of the questioning of the senior leadership across the services in Congress. And I'm just, you know, people have to remember that the military separate purposes to defend our nation and our principles. And that is the number one thing. And I don't think that China really cares or Russia or North Korea about how about our inclusion and equity programs, not that I'm just, and again, I'm not just making a note that I don't think they care. No. And I think that's something we got to look at. Well, I mean, it's just an interesting both of you, you know, both of us being sort of in that final few years of our career. I mean, I think that's something to look at. Yeah, yeah. Me anyway, I got a few. Well, I was like, wait a second. That's three. I'm not sure. I went through three years left, but for some of us who are searching at a kernel's board or from naive captain's board, I mean, we're looking at it right now. So we're switching gears as we sort of finish it up here. I'm fascinated. You endured a lot as the spokesman press here for president Trump, especially the first one, and you sort of walk right into the complete less higher. And I think you did a great job at it. I mean, considering there was no chance that they were going to give you a break. Period. What is amazing to me, and you and I have talked about this before a little bit, though. I thought Jen Psaki was evasive roundabout circle backs. You would always, but she was always, I will have to say this for what she was there for, she did a good job. Now I didn't have to agree with her, but for what she was there for, she protected the administration. Now, I think it was some issues there. I have, I've been getting a lot of feedback from folks and especially as I've interviewed and they look at the administration now. Jean Pierre, the new press secretary, I've never seen this, even I can do this a little bit. She would reach, you flipping her notebook, she would raise up the newest press secretary. She just simply reads answers that sometimes don't even apply to the questions. Bingo. That's the key. It's one thing to read the answer. It literally they were like, corinne, what did you have for lunch today and she's just like, trees are planted across the forest and you're like, what? It's literally like pick a page. There is, you know what's fascinating about that is I agree with your assessment agenda. And Jen came up through the press ranks. She had been at State Department, but she knew Jedi mind tricks. She had a very complicit press corps. She had previously been at the State Department and been on campaign. I mean, so she knew these folks and this corinne is a political person. And I say this because so this at least, you know, it wasn't really her, she's worked for John Edwards on his campaign. She had worked as deputy political director for somebody else, and then so she is more on the politics and the campaign side. Not that you can't be a campaign spokesman. Which Jen had been as well. But my point is she hadn't been on the media side..
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"So it's just funny how this is being presented in terms of what the court said or did. The left and all these folks talking about it being illegitimate and it's like, no, the court didn't take away anything. It just said, hey, actually, the only people that give rights and whatever our legislatures and elected officials, not courts. And so I thought that the way this thing was handled, the other thing that I thought was fascinating from a media standpoint was every single show, bar none. Now I can't watch everyone, so I'm not going to, but everyone that I saw. Talked about rights and privileges that had been afforded to women that were right of pregnancy. Not one person, not one guest, not one host, not one reporter, talked about the rights of the unborn. That's right. Not one. And I think it was fascinating because they don't even pretend that that's an issue. It is. Well, in the other issue is what the basic road decision if you get into it deeper and I know from your background as well as mine, you get into road as it row actually classified life is basically having two that one life is better than another lap based on the part you're in in that life. And that's a very scary determination that the unborn although being live and being human live doesn't have the rights of others, which can be then overplayed into different areas, but you're right. The child is never spoke of. And I think that's what we've been the problem. Yeah, and that's the thing is that what is so interesting to me about how this argument has played out is there are roughly 900,000 abortions that occurred in the United States last year. If you believe as I do, and I believe you do, that those are lives worth, those are human life. Then it is the obligation of the government to defend them. And I think this is, again, where I think that there's a fundamental misunderstanding of what we're debating here and what we're arguing here. This isn't about whether a woman has the right to do something. This has this is about whether or not the child, which science claims it is, has the right to be protected by its government. And if not then, then when, right? And that's what I would ask anybody on the left. Because if you can say to me, okay, the second that it's out of the womb, it's a 100%. We can all agree on that. Okay, well, maybe not Ralph northam for Virginia. But we back up and we start to say, okay, is it viability? Is it heartbeat? Where do we go? But at a certain point, we start to go, okay, well then where is that consensus? That the government must by law protect life the same way it would any other baby. And that's what we're arguing. And yet the media and folks on the left don't want to have that discussion. And I get why they don't. No. Well, you know, one of the things that comes up when you discuss the child in the room, you know, one of the times that I've heard people say, well, they can't talk, they can't eat, they can't, you know, they can't defend themselves. They can't do this. I said, you do realize that you're also possibly describing an 80 year old in a nursing home as well. Well, there's also, I mean, not just right. And I've always argued that if you can define the end of life in a very medical way, then the opposite. So if you can define death as. You know, and again, I'm not a doctor. But the absence of a heartbeat and brainwaves, then the opposite must be true. IE, it must be life if you have those by definition. And so that to me is a pretty fail safe thing. But also to take your definition a little bit further, there are plenty of individuals that have severe mental capacity problems. Or other mental or physical deformities or handicap situation that those are equal gifts from God that we don't sit back and say, well, let's discard them. That's not how it, I mean, that is absolutely abhorrent to think in that kind of terms. As a father of a special needs child who has was born with spina bifida, she's 30 years old and she has never walked her first House. We're pushing a little wheelchair. She's 30 years old. She's at work, even as we speak on this podcast. But some would say the quality of life is she, well, her quality of life is pretty darn good. In the sense of that she has an attitude. She has a life. She has, you know, that we can't measure in those terms. One of the worst I had a speech and it's actually out on YouTube that I had on the floor of the House when we were discussing this abortion back in 19 when the Democrats were trying to go at this again. But they brought up a statistic and Sean, this was really disturbing to me. And you brought up this quality of life issue and those is that I think it was Sweden had made this statement that they had done away with down syndrome that they had in some sense they were saying they cured down syndrome. The interesting part about that and you realize that what had happened and what they were saying was is it through the prenatal testing if the child was determined to be down, they were killing it. Yeah. I mean, this is where we get to in this kind of discussion. And I think these are the kind of discussions that podcast and talking to people getting behind the scenes is really the stuff that we've got to.
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"Also, you know, what happened way before that. And so, but I don't think the way the left is conducting themselves isn't necessarily the same because they're doing this more on an identity basis. Of saying, well, regardless of your background, if you don't fit into this box, then it's different. And that's what's interesting to me because I think, you know, you can have a resume that has different experiences that without context sometimes doesn't tell the whole story. Well, the left enjoys if you fit and you see this, Sean, and we've seen this here recently in the Supreme Court row and special clarence Thomas, but we've seen it with other conservatives, if you would, a female and males is alike whether people of color, you know, their backgrounds. If they don't fit what is traditionally a liberal mindset, then all of a sudden they're attacked. And for me, I got to know justice Thomas, but reading his book, my grandfather's son. That sort of, you know, it's a book form of a podcast that gets people knowledge that you can't put stereotypical things on people just because of the way they look or maybe where they're from. Absolutely. But also there's this sense of the left like yesterday. I mean, since the roe decision came out, uncle clarence was trending on Twitter. And there's this sense that if he doesn't believe what you're supposed to believe, then he's a traitor or this or that. And it's like, you know, his circumstances are such that, you know, he has a set of beliefs, but that's why I think it's fascinating because, you know, you look at whether it's kind of Lisa rice or clarence, Thomas and I'm fascinated by how they went through a certain degree of experiences and came out with one set of beliefs. And then another set of individuals go through a fairly similar set of circumstances and comes out and has a completely diametrical set of beliefs that about how government should operate. It is pretty amazing. And I think you're seeing that right now, especially with, it's amazing to me, especially in some of these, you know, backgrounds in the opinions, especially when it gets to the Supreme Court. People tend to forget and I made this comment on radio show yesterday that people tend to forget that the courts are not there to judge and quote equity kind of thing and to say, well, what feels good and where do we need to go? They're there to actually judge the law by the constitution. I think we forgotten that. There's two things that I thought were fascinating on route. Actually, multiple things. So I shouldn't even start to enumerate this. One is that what the decision was was them saying, hey, elected officials should be making big policy decisions, not the courts. That should be something that everybody should celebrate. If you believe if Rowe has 60% support as the left says, then great, I don't awesome..
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"Newsmax host fostering company, great show. If you do not watch it, please put it on your to do list. Now, I believe we're now at 5 o'clock on weekdays. And newsmax, I enjoy always being on there when I can with Sean, but the show is great. You ever want to catch them. So Sean, welcome back to the Douglas podcast. Always going to be with you Doug. Yeah, we're at 5 o'clock every weekday. And then the thing that's interesting is the show, I love doing the show. It's been one of the greatest things in my life, just to be able to have these great conversations with folks. Every night, but there are only limited to 5 to 7 minutes. And so you get three to four questions. And the thing that I wanted to do with this podcast, it's just twice a week, so it's not meant to. It's meant to, so many times I have a guest. And I'll say, okay, so it's topical. So tonight we're having, you know, so and so on and we're going to talk about immigration, but I'm like, gosh, I really love the background of that person. And so the title of the podcast is beyond the briefing. And the idea is when I was press secretary, everyone knew me from the briefing. And I was like, well, there's a lot beyond the briefing that you don't know about me. And so the idea is to get to know people beyond the briefing. So the other day I interviewed the president of Guatemala on the show. Well, everybody wants you to ask the questions that Kamala Harris won't, right? Immigration. But when you start to do some research about this guy, his political background and his upbringing are absolutely fascinating. And I'm thinking, okay, this is the kind of guy that I want to sit down with for 20 minutes. And again, that's the idea. It's just 20 minutes to go beyond the briefing to say, tell me a little bit about who you are as a person, you know, and I'm just an inquisitive guy. I mean, whether it's how does Doug Collins get elected to Congress and, you know, you and I have known each other. Yeah, there's a lot of people ask that question. I sort of grown up in politics. I always, I was the kid that always would sort of like love to scratch that surface and be like, tell me, how did you get here? And so whether it's business entertainment politics, I'm just always inquisitive about how somebody got there. And so for me, I've had the opportunity to get to know a lot of folks, especially the last 5 or 6 years. And I thought it would be fun once or twice a week to sit down with them and just sort of say to them, tell me how you got to where you did. And maybe go beyond what I call the briefing, which is a lot of times we think we know somebody. Right. Because we see them on TV or we read their tweets, but we really don't know them. And it's funny. I mean, I even get asked all the time about, you know, Donald Trump and they'll say, tell me something we don't know about them or what's he really like in person. And it's the same thing where I think people want to know the real person and so for me, this was something I just liked the long form. I like being able to have a discussion with somebody and get to know them and get to share things that maybe even, you know, I know right before we started this conversation, you were talking to one of your folks about going to Nashville and one of my favorite folks from Nashville is John rich. Yes. And John rich and I have had some fun conversations about his background and not just his music background, but he is quite the successful business person. And how he developed his redneck Riviera brands. And the tenacity and the innovation and the entrepreneurship and it's just like, he starts telling you these stories and you're like, you're just, you're sitting there eyes wide open mouth to the floor going, captivated. Anyway, so I just, I'm like, I hear these stories from folks who are like, all right, I want to capture that lightning in a bottle..
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"John, bob, I'm glad to have you with us today on dot com's podcast. It's not going to be with you. Have you called my friend? I guess that's what happens when you share your waffle House menu selections. You really become tight with somebody. Well, you know, when we get to be friends, you know, when I tell you what to order at waffle House, then we've got it down there. Hey, as we get started, one of the things I love to do in this podcast and when I do especially people politicians, I do media people is everybody knows us and I found this to be true and I think you probably have as well. If they see us in the airport or they see us have they know us from this right here, they know it from the camera if you would. They don't know the background. So span just a few minutes telling us, you know, where are you from? How you got here and just give us a good taste of who you are. Well, I'm from Marietta, Georgia originally. I was born actually my parents live in kennesaw when I was born. And we moved to Tampa pretty quickly thereafter and live there for 8 years, but moved back to Marietta when I was 8 years old. And from 8 years on all the way through my 5 years at the university of Georgia and there after my first job in television was in Augusta, Georgia was my home. I love it. I love the braise. I love the dogs. Having the Olympics there was fantastic as well. And it was just, you know, I think I lived there in a perfect time when the state to me, we learned about a three pillars, right? Wisdom justice and moderation. And all three things were readily available to me. Growing up in Marietta, I went to Davis elementary middle school and Lassiter high school for those folks to know. But it was such a great community because people were moving to Atlanta from all over the place. My parents were actually from the northeast, my dad settled in Atlanta in the 70s with my mom when we moved back there, but at that time in the late 80s, early 90s Atlanta was such a boom town and we had people from all over the place. And it was just such a great melting pot of different Americans and all kinds of folks, different races and religions. And I really felt like I had a wonderful public school experience and when it came time for college, the only thing I knew is that I wanted to go to an SEC football school. My dad went to graduate school at the university of Florida, and he took me to a game when I was four years old. It was a Florida Miami game. And it was one of my earliest memories, and I just love the whole thing. And then, you know, my sister went to auburn, and I was spent some time with her at all. My older sister, and I was like, this place is great. All these people are so nice on the planes. And I was like, it's a little boring though. And then finally, I didn't think I was gonna get into Georgia but I did get in and I went there and I had a bunch of buddies of mine who are you older than me in high school that went there and I spent some time with them and the moment I walked on campus I knew I was
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"Hey everybody, Doug Collins, here on the dot Collins podcast. I'm looking forward to today's show. We got a great friend coming on. Someone I've gotten to know, we've shared a lot of interview time together. We've also shared some posting together. But John Batman on newsmax is just somebody that I've grown to lie over the years. Just from his not from the fact that he also has a level of George and university of Georgia and other things and being from Georgia. But just the reality that comes with being in this being in the news business, but also having a perspective of trying to get a message across and do so on a fair and balanced way and especially making sure that all the points are taking account. But especially conservatives, which seem to be left out. So this is a great conversation. John, bob, I'm glad to have you with us today on dot com's podcast. It's not going to be with you. Have you called my friend? I guess that's what happens when you share your waffle House menu selections. You really become tight with somebody. Well, you know, when we get to be friends, you know, when I tell you what to order at waffle House, then we've got it down there. Hey, as we get started, one of the things I love to do in this podcast and when I do especially people politicians, I do media people is everybody knows us and I found this to be true and I think you probably have as well. If they see us in the airport or they see us have they know us from this right here, they know it from the camera if you would. They don't know the background. So span just a few minutes telling us, you know, where are you from? How you got here and just give us a good taste of who you are. Well, I'm from Marietta, Georgia originally. I was born actually my parents live in kennesaw when I was born. And we moved to Tampa pretty quickly thereafter and live there for 8 years, but moved back to Marietta when I was 8 years old. And from 8 years on all the way through my 5 years at the university of Georgia and there after my first job in television was in Augusta, Georgia was my home. I love it. I love the braise. I love the dogs. Having the Olympics there was fantastic as well. And it was just, you know, I think I lived there in a perfect time when the state to me, we learned about a three pillars, right? Wisdom justice and moderation. And all three things were readily available to me. Growing up in Marietta, I went to Davis elementary middle school and Lassiter high school for those folks to know. But it was such a great community because people were moving to Atlanta from all over the place. My parents were actually from the northeast, my dad settled in Atlanta in the 70s with my mom when we moved back there, but at that time in the late 80s, early 90s Atlanta was such a boom town and we had people from all over the place. And it was just such a great melting pot of different Americans and all kinds of folks, different races and religions. And I really felt like I had a wonderful public school experience and when it came time for college, the only thing I knew is that I wanted to go to an SEC football school. My dad went to graduate school at the university of Florida, and he took me to a game when I was four years old. It was a Florida Miami game. And it was one of my earliest memories, and I just love the whole thing..
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"Newsmax TV's grandstands filled our guest right now in the South Saito show, folks. Let's keep it in Texas with his doctor down in San Antonio. He just blatantly says Hey, you know what? I've violated the Texas Heartbeat law, I slaughtered a baby with a detectable heartbeat. First off Grant. Speak to the depravity of this doctor number one. And what do you think should happen to this guy? Well, first off, Can you imagine bragging about hearing a human beings Heartbeat and then slaughtering as you use the term, Can you imagine? I mean, you're you're admitting that I heard the heartbeat of a little soul and you're gonna snuff that life out and not only bragging about it, but you're bragging about breaking the law and demanding that you be prosecuted or suit or whatever it may be. I say we get individual groups to go ahead with it. Let's go Sue this guy. That's how the law set up. It's set up with civil penalties for third parties. Let's not just have one third party to it. Let's have 18 3rd parties to it and overwhelmed them to the point where he'll be financially ruined. Not a bad idea. And let's hope the courts get out of the way soon enough. Durham on speaking of Friday document dumps We learned from Mr Durham late last week that the indicted Hillary lawyer tied to the Socialist Democrat law firm Perkins Kui. His name is Michael Sussman, in my mind kind of a small fish. But now that has many calling for Hillary to have to be brought before a grand jury to answer for her role, the role she played. In promulgating this false Russia trump collusion hoax. Don't you think it's about time? Yes, I absolutely do now called it the Durham dud, but with that said, it does raise some serious questions. Durham connected this lawyer to the Hillary Clinton campaign with direct payments that he references and, of course to the Democrat Party. So with that alone, we now have a direct connection that the Clinton campaign was responsible for spreading these absolute falsities in an effort to wage political warfare on a fall. Where that big President Trump so right, it's wrong. Yes, Sorry, Grant. I just gotta make. I'm looking at the time we got to go. Got to make room for news. Grand Stitch. Will everybody catches program on Newsmax TV tonight? That's going to do it for the Crystal Saito show Sean Chastain production until I visit again, My friend. Remember, this society is worth as it measured by how much power is stolen by government rather much powers reserved for we, the people. See you tomorrow, the cell say does show on W b A P Bongino next. If.
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"I don't know if i should say this out loud. But i will really quick okay. After the election last year i was tasked with writing like a strategy memo for the brassier at the place Because that's you know what i do when i'm not on the air and it's what i've done for causes and things around the country in the past and so what you know what's this new environment. What is you know blah blah blah blah analyzing that basically kind of a meta analysis and at the end. I put in a couple of action steps that i would suggest in. One of them was a direct partnership with a counter. Newsgathering agency like newsmax. Ooh oh they made a good decision based on what. I've seen in recent times to not take my advice that time. I mean it sounded. It sounded smart in december. Okay or january. Whenever i wrote that yes okay Let's conclude our annual independence day. Show by closing the loop on where it began. We started with the declaration of independence. It's final words are it's signers pledging their lives fortunes and sacred honors to see this through. What did it mean to see it through. What did it mean to keep that pledge. Here's the rest of the story americans..
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"This. It's Election Day. Various guests, attorneys and elected officials have appeared on Newsmax and offered opinions and claims about Smartmatic and Dominion systems. Well, companies that offer voting software in the U. S. And Newsmax would like to clarify its news coverage and note that it has not reported as true certain claims made about these companies. There are several facts our viewers and readers should be aware of Newsmax has found no evidence that either Dominion or Smartmatic owns the other or has any business association with each other. We have no evidence that Dominion uses Smartmatic software or vice versa. No evidence has been offered that Dominion or Smartmatic use software or reprogrammed software that manipulated votes in the 2020 election. Smartmatic has stated that its software was on Lee, used in the 2020 election in Los Angeles was not used in any battleground state contested by the Trump campaign News. Max has no evidence to the contrary, Dominion has stated to company has no ownership relationship with the Pelosi family, the Feinstein family, the Clinton family, Hugo Chavez or the government of Venezuela. Me The Dominion. No. Smartmatic has any relationship with George Soros. Smartmatic is a U. S company and not owned by the Venezuelan government, Hugo Chavez or any foreign official or entity tomorrow Matic States that it has no operations in Venezuela while the company did election projects in Venezuela, from 2004 to 2017. State it was never founded. I don't even recognize myself anymore. I'm really worried about him. It's addiction. I haven't seen him like this. Never I never wanted to start using. I knew the drill, but I was out of options. I just want to tell him It's not your fault. There are people out there who can help people who have felt your pain. They know what you're going through. This has to stop..
"newsmax" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"That newsmax read their their disclaimer. Right and then just had him talk. The problem is that you know. And here's where it gets. Tricky guys in. I'm trying to walk the same tight rope right. is you know you can. Let's say for example. I played an interview from patrick byrne where he made some accusations. About hillary clinton receiving a bribe came and at the start of playing that interview. I said that. I have no idea if this is true. This is a pretty outrageous claim that this guy's making but because he's you know a guy of some reputation let's go ahead and hear him out looking back kind of wish. I hadn't played that whole thing. Maybe it would have been better just a reference that it existed. I don't know so there's a judgment calls that are you know who knows if you're making the right call when you're doing it and newsmax i don't wanna pick on too much. Um there are the good guys in a lot of ways I don't think that they have Quote unquote sold out. I think they're trying to Again it's it's kind of those things where you know i could. I could be mad at facebook and just take the program facebook. I'm not sure that's beneficial. I'm not sure that really is going to accomplish what we want in the end. So going forward Jen psaki are Circle back lady apparently thinks that the space force is a joke. And so here is. Here's jen psaki On that.
"newsmax" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"Your main channels of distribution are these cable tv networks and youtube is. Youtube is still the lion's share. Their audience is on youtube because a lot of cable systems. Don't have newsmax yet right. And so now you're you're newsmax and you're trying to get conservative information out there and you've got this lawsuit for billions of dollars hanging over you from dominion if you get it wrong and if you get it wrong you are liable and you should be liable if the if dominions company. This is really. I want to be really clear about this. It appears to me that the election was stolen and whether the election was stolen with mechanically with actually stuffing the ballot box or whether it was stolen with the dominion machines. I have no earthly idea. How in the would i know. Okay but let's just say for the sake of discussion okay. That all of the theft was because of ballot. Box stuffing right. There's a reason why they had those Boxes of ballots pulled out from under the table. If it was as easy as a couple of clicks. You don't need to do that right. So maybe they were hedging their bet. That the that the hand audits would would match up. And that's why they had them. But there's a reason why those physical ballots were produced as part of the cheat if it was easy as just the machines. The physical ballots are needed. Okay now i don't know what the combination of all that is. And i don't pretend to know. Well let's just propose just for the sake of our discussion here. Okay that the dominion machines were not at fault. I don't know that that's true. I'm not gonna say that they were at fault. And i'm not gonna say that they weren't at fault. I'm not gonna make a claim in either direction. What i am going to say is this that if those machines were not at fault and that company is ruined because of the information getting out that they are and.
"newsmax" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Already confusion, amplifying truth and pursuing clarity. It's Kevin McCullough radio. All right, well, it's very interesting to see how in the midst of the blackout, you know they're trying to drop the curtain. Was banned or suspended. I guess I should say from Twitter last Thursday and they're you know, they're just looking for reasons at this point, if you've Facebook announced last night, actually, that if you ever hashtagged stop the count, they may come for you here to discuss is the White House chief White House correspondent for one American News. I'm sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Old network news, Max. Yeah. Yeah, she will. And you know you're a White House correspondent for them, too. So I apologize. I don't mean to take anything away from aerial, either. Let's let's talk about Let's talk about what's going on Emerald because you and I, Harold Robinson is the chief White House correspondent for Newsmax TV. Uh, there there have been, ah, lot of reactions across the globe. From the angle of Merkel administration to the governments in Spain and France, even in on the continent of Africa, saying we're we're against this deep platform ng of the president. This is not right. What's the latest? Well, that is actually surprising that Angela Merkel came out condemned it because she is so Usually on board. What quote? Quote woke agenda, but she actually did. So you know, that's interesting, But here's the latest, and this is maybe I mean, literally. I just saw this is a zoo. We were coming online to talk. This before I talk to you is that Twitter Twitter Public policy, which is officially a statement from Twitter has put out a statement in regard to the Ugandan election and it says, quote ahead of the Ugandan election and we're hearing reports that Internet service providers are being ordered to block social media and messaging app. We strongly condemn Internet shot down there usually hardened, full violate basic human rights and the principles of the Hashtags. Open Internet. I don't know if you could possibly be any less self aware than that. I think they're pretty aware they're just totally Incredible at this point, emerald. It's It's painful for me because I was at about 150,000 followers. And, you know, I'm not counting on never being able T be in contact with him again on Twitter. That doesn't mean that there's not other ways to go about developing communication. But this this has really been in many ways, and I think there's a lot of people that even just common shareholders and Twitter yesterday, Twitter was off by 12% at the end of clothes. That's that's a big loss and what normally has been a very good market for them. You know, the NASDAQ finished above water only because of the the the social media firms. So where we at? What is this? What is? How does this begin to change what people do next? Look, everyone's looking at how you can circumnavigate the Twitter shut down the social media band that is happening for conservative. Um, we're gonna have to get innovative. Right. Those alternative voices something that's not in line with the mainstream media that takes their talking points from the Democrats. There's gonna have to get a little innovative and that might take some time. There's a thing. I mean everybody starting the fact that Twitter lost so much in their market share that they are down so much. And in the market, But look, what we have learned is that they will sacrifice On the bottom line for ideology. Yeah. That's just how it is, and that's how most of these platforms are. No. If you're not in line with that, you're just gonna have to find a different way of going about things. The problem is Kevin and you know this well. Is that Republicans had control of the government here for a while, They knew this was coming. Had an opportunity to do something about it. And yet they did not. They will warn the even for people who had no political leanings are from people I know one particular. Um, one particular expert on the front of Google. Dr Epstein. He had warned them that Google was going to shut them down ahead of the 2020 election. And they didn't heed those warnings. They still took Google cash I'm talking about like Senator, I'm like lead. So they have not opportunity to do it. They can't really complain now, but they will. But the common person is just gonna have to look for a different way to find the information right. There's been some new numbers that air out from Rasmus and about how people feel about the 2020 election issues. What what is what is restless and finding Well, it was very interesting. I was actually very surprised to see it. They found that 12% of Democrats don't think that biting won the election fairly. They found that 21% of Democrats favorite, the Senate.
"newsmax" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The Democratic candidates in Tuesday's Georgia runoff election. John Asaf and Reverend Raphael Warner inviting vice president elect Kamila Harris to campaign in past hours in Savannah Honeys when he's not really over until we get through the end of Tuesday, January, 5th and elect to the United States Senate, a son of Savannah, Rafael Warner. I have a son of Georgia John all soft in the United States. Senate, Republican Georgia Senator David Perdue will be sidelined before the election as someone of the campaign is contracted Covert 19 Do on CNN's state of the union. We had someone test positive yesterday morning and according to CDC guidelines, and our doctor's recommendations, we with an abundance of caution. We've decided to go into quarantine these last few days. It's terrible timing, but we're not gonna miss the step. Britain bracing for yet another covert lockdown says ABC is Julia McFarlane in London. As the UK continues to record daily infections of more than 50,000 and hospitals increasingly sound the alarm over a lack of beds. The opposition leader has called For a nationwide lockdown within 24 hours, the total British death toll from Cove in 19 surpassing 75,000 over the weekend. Federal health officials say the U. S ramped up Cove it vaccinations in the past few days after a slower than expected start, bringing to the number of shots dispensed about four million total. This is ABC News. NEWSMAX TV. Everyone's talking about it. 30 Million people are watching news Max for real News on President Trump, Biden the election and more and make sure you vote in Newsmax is national poll asking if President Trump should concede. Just text fish to 39 747 and vote instantly. That's fish to 39 747 Watch Newsmax for great shows on major cable systems and free on Roco, YouTube, smart TVs and more vote about trump. Text fish to 39 747 today. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Adopt US kids presents what to expect when you're expecting a teenager learning the lingo Vote G O A T acronym stands for greatest of all time, as in Spaghetti.