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Charlie Breaks Down Unique Characteristics of the Georgia Electorate
"A fan of Brian Kemp, I've spoke about it openly and I believe that David perdue would be a great governor. Now, Donald Trump has endorsed David perdue as David perdue was mounting a primary challenge against Brian Kemp. But you must understand that the political landscape of Georgia is very much a good old boys network. It's a lot of local counties back slapping. Did you come to the local high school football game? Did you get good tickets at the university of Georgia football game? And I don't want to accuse Brian Kemp of anything illegal. That's not what I'm doing here, but it definitely is a patronage system in Georgia. Now, some states that really isn't the case. I can tell you right now, Arizona is not a good old boys network. There is that kind of McCain group in Arizona, but in Arizona, if you haven't lived here, if you just kind of moved here, you can, excuse me, you can kind of upstart and you can kind of run. Now you've got, of course, there's an establishment you have to navigate. But Georgia, it's a very much of a, who were you? Did you check the boxes? You know, were you able to take care of the right people? So Brian Kemp made a brilliant political move where he basically metaphorically neutered David perdue, where he put the more powerful Purdue, which was sunny perdue, I believe his name, which was, I think they're relatives on that mistake. I think their cousins and he appointed them to some sort of university board, which all but basically destroyed the fundraising ability of the entire Purdue network. So Kemp took care of a fellow Purdue in the family, which kind of, let's say, blunt was thwarted a lot of David perdue's ability to be able to continue to raise capital. Now, David perdue made a decision not to run for the United States Senate. That looks like it's going to be the great Herschel Walker. But Kemp worked the state, Kemp was able to maximize corporate donations. There's a lot of, there's a lot of powerful corporations in Georgia, CNN, obviously, is headquartered in Atlanta. I don't think they gave money to Purdue. Coca-Cola is headquartered in Atlanta, at least they said they hated Brian Kemp, Home Depot, was headquartered for quite a while in Atlanta, Delta Air Lines for a while was headquartered in Atlanta. There's a lot of there's a lot of companies that have a significant presence in the state of Georgia. It's a, it's always kind of prided itself on being a quote unquote, pro business state. To a fault, by the way, where Georgia invited Hollywood liberals for years via this phony and crony tax credit system where you bring in the Will Ferrell's and the Kevin Hart's of the world where they become like pseudo citizens of Georgia and they overly finance these elections. One of the many reasons why Georgia has become a battleground state which never should have become a battleground state. But
Kemp wins Georgia GOP gov's race in stinging rebuke of Trump
"The Georgia governor's race is a rematch of the close 2018 election between Republican Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams Georgia governor Brian Kemp easily defeated former president Donald Trump's handpicked candidate former senator David perdue in the Republican Party primary camp immediately turned his sights on 2018 opponent Democrat Stacey Abrams who ran unopposed in the democratic primary The fight for the soul of our state begins to make sure that Stacey Abrams is not going to be our governor or the next president Abrams narrowly lost to camp in 2018 Four years later I'm going to prove that he was the wrong choice for Georgia Her top issue is to expand Medicaid to all adults She also of supports abortion rights and is opposed to a camp backed law eliminating a concealed weapon permit in public I'm Tim
Kemp, Perdue duel could end with Georgia's GOP primary
"One of the nation's most competitive political battlegrounds is serving as a test of Donald Trump's GOP sway The ex-president has been obsessed with Georgia since its leaders refused to back his baseless 2020 election fraud claims He handpicked senator David perdue to challenge incumbent Brian Kemp for the GOP gubernatorial nomination and that swayed both brodie Nelson and Pam letter to vote for Purdue Definitely did Absolutely But Purdue appears headed for a lopsided loss with voters like Nathan Johnston backing Kemp I felt like he did a good job The incumbent also got a boost yesterday at a rally carried on WSB Let's give a big Georgia welcome to former vice president my friend Mike Pence Who again broke with his ex running mate in saying it's time for Georgia to look at the future Sagar Meghani Washington
Trump’s bid to reshape GOP faces biggest hurdles in Georgia
"5 states vote today in primary elections and while Donald Trump is not on the ballot So Republican candidates he's backing are in Georgia Trump recruited David perdue to run against governor Brian Kemp because the former Secretary of State nixed his bid there to overturn the presidential election Former vice president Mike Pence was in Georgia campaigning for Kemp no matter who wins they'll face off against Stacey Abrams The presumptive democratic nominee since she's running unopposed in the primary for Secretary of State Trump has rallied against incumbent Brad raffensperger who also refused to support the former president's direct calls to overturn the election Raffensperger faces three primary challengers including Trump backed Republican Jody hice I'm Julie Walker
Does Time Heal All Wounds in Elections? Chip Lake Weighs In
"Do you think you'll be different? If George was like Virginia that held an off year off presidential governor's race, I know Virginia, New Jersey, always hold that race right after a presidential that next year and it's always looked as a bellwether for that in Georgia. If we had done that, it would have been a year out less than 8 months from do you think the message would have been I mean, it would have been different or do you think it possibly but still be the same? You know, it's always hard to tell. I mean, you know, there's an old adage that time heals all wounds. I don't know that I buy that old adage. Time heals a lot of wounds, but it doesn't heal all wounds. And so yeah, look, what our state went through with as close as the presidential election was. And then with the two Senate runoffs that we had where we lost both of them, that was a lot for our state to go through. And so, you know, I do think we're in a better position today than we were in, let's say, 2021. And so, you know, I guess from a macro level, my answer to that question would be, yeah, I think we're, I think we will be in a better position in November of 2022 than we were in November of 2021. That isn't always the case, right? Because, you know, there are so many variables that go into why people vote. There are so many variables that go into the intensity of what the base has. And one of the reasons that I think Republicans in spite of having a. Very nasty race for governor between David perdue and Brian camp, one of the reasons I've always thought, even sent from the day that David got in that I've always thought that we could beat Stacey Abrams is because I think the environment in 2022 for Republicans, it might be, it could possibly be the best midterm environment that we've seen in our lifetimes.
Ahead of Georgia primary, RNC chairwoman calls on Republicans to unite
"Voters go to the polls tomorrow in 5 states holding primary elections including Georgia where Stacey Abrams is running again Abrams is benefiting from being unopposed in the democratic primary for governor She's the presumptive nominee instead using the time to spread her message while Republicans have been fighting Polls show a tight race with Republican governor Brian Kemp narrowly ahead of David perdue who was recruited by former president Donald Trump Abrams campaign is sharpening attacks on both Democrats
Charlie Sits Down With Georgia Senator David Purdue
"There are some very important races coming up and one in particular that we want to highlight for you is a contentious gubernatorial primary. It's happening in the great state of Georgia, love Georgia and great people there. Unfortunately, they have a horrendous governor, and with us right now is someone former senator from Georgia, who is primarying the sitting governor of Georgia, who is no longer a senator largely because of the sitting governor of Georgia, and that is David perdue, who is in a very contentious primary against governor Brian Kemp. Senator perdue, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, good to see you again, man. Thanks for everything you're doing. Well, thank you. We did everything we could to try to push you across the finish line in that runoff. I believe that you would have avoided that runoff if the state of Georgia would have been run properly from an election standpoint with governor Kemp tell us why you decided to launch this primary, a primary campaigns can be very difficult, especially against incumbents, talk about that, while you're running and how is the race going? Well, sure. Thanks for coming down to George at that time. We had the whole world to send down here and you guys really made a difference. I should have never been in that runoff. This race was rigged and stolen in November 2020. Our current governor was Secretary of State for 9 years. He was governor for four. He's never enforced voting law in Georgia. He allowed a consent decree to go through that change voter ID on absentee ballots. He allowed 7 and a half million empty ballots to be mailed out to every registered voter. He allowed drop boxes and he allowed the change in the rule that allowed Zuckerberg to put $55 million into 9 Democrat counties. Everything I just mentioned is outside the law. So they violated the law by allowing all that to happen. And then afterwards, when I asked for a special session to get at to the problems before the runoff to fix these things, he denied that. I went to court, they denied that. I even asked for the resignation of our Secretary of State, I got so frustrated. Brad raffensperger. And since then, as you've pointed out, with Greg Phillips and Catherine inglebright in the ballot trafficking data, there is a hard evidence right now that governor has been covering this data and now is suppressing that evidence. And this is one of the reasons I
Pennsylvania Senate Candidate Kathy Barnette Sets the Record Straight
"But Kathy, I like you. I've known you for, I don't know, 6, 7 years ever since you came on Fox with a national security moms. And so I've spoken about the latest attacks against you with somebody who served in the military in the reserves and knows these records. So I want to give you an opportunity in front of millions of people to answer these questions, put them to bed and then we'll see who wins this race. So in the records that you've released from your campaign yesterday in a book about you, there are questions as to officer candidacy school. What your MOS was two months of additional federal service that we don't know what it was for, whether you actually worked for the CID or were of VO a wheeled vehicle mechanics. I want to just give you the opportunity. Talk about your military record and clarify anything that you think needs clarification. Yeah, listen, my military records are right there in front of people now. Yesterday, let me just say, I've been running for 13 months. And only yesterday did mainstream media want to even talk to me. And I've been in a statistical tie for first place for at least four weeks, right? So for at least four weeks, I should have been on their radar, except they just wanted to talk about the two rich men and pretend there was no one else in this race. So the only people who have been derelict in their duty here has been mainstream media because I've been here for 13 months and at least in a statistical tie for first place for the last four weeks. But in regards to my military records, I served three years in the army reserves and I was assigned to the CID, the criminal investigation detachment. My MOS was 71 Lima when I came out as a administrative specialist three years there moved back to Alabama and third with the National
Why David Purdue Felt Compelled to Run for Governor or Georgia
"Now he wants to be the governor of Georgia and would like to have him on America first today. Senator David perdue. Welcome to the Salem network. Thank you, Sebastian. Straight to be on America first, man. Thank you. All right, so I just retweeted the tweet that's at the top of your Twitter account. It's a great campaign ad. Tell us right now how the campaign is doing and why serving in the Senate wasn't enough for you. Well, I was never a politician, Sebastian. I was like Donald Trump. I was a business guy for 40 years, but I saw under Barack Obama, the country was handing the wrong direction. And I ran for the Senate to try to help change the direction when Trump got elected. We were able to do just that, created the best economic turnaround in U.S. history. Now, the only reason I got in this go to race Sebastian is because our current governor, cave dean allowed the radical Democrats to steal these elections in Georgia and we lost a majority in the United States Senate and we see the Biden madness now. So I couldn't stand by and watch this guy who can not reunite the party after he is divided the party and win against Stacey Abrams. So I'm running right now to save our state and to make sure Stacey Abrams is never governor of
Brandon Tatum Responds to the Protests at the Homes of SC Justices
"Com. We are back with the newest member of the Salem factory faculty. He is officer Brandon Tatum, who will be taking over from Larry elder as a former Leo law enforcement officer, got to play this cut for you from outside justice Alito's home yesterday, play cut. My body. My body. My body. What do I want? So in Virginia law, it's actually a crime to disturb the peace of a private residence. In federal law, it is a crime to try to exert pressure on a judicial proceedings or to intimidate a judge. Nothing happened, even in Virginia, yes, Glenn youngkin, where are you? Nothing happened in D.C.. So as a former law enforcement officer, I got to get your reaction, Brandon. Yeah, it makes my blood boy watching these people act the way they do. It's okay to protest. It's okay to peaceably assemble. But when you are breaking the law, police officers need to hold you accountable. And the funny thing is, is that when this is an attack against a conservative, everybody's cool. They can walk the streets they can threaten people and everything else. When this is against a liberal, they
'Ultra-MAGA' Longshot Roars Into Contention in Key Senate Race
"In the United States, the Pennsylvania Senate race is front and center. David McCormick I have endorsed will be joining me next hour. The world is coming down on Kathy Barnett in the last 48 hours because she surged into third place behind Doctor Oz who is fading, David McCormick who is surging in Kathy Barnett was getting close, so Doctor Oz took out after her and his surrogates did at least, calling into question her military service, calling into question her backstory and publicizing her old tweets which are pretty viciously anti Muslim. This is I haven't reviewed this completely yet. But it seems to me probably disqualifying. She is also out there on the far edge of the election, stop the steal people, and that's not electable position either in the United States. As we're about to see in Georgia next week, when governor Kemp handily wins his primary and David perdue, you can't run as an election denier. It doesn't work. And even if you believe it's sincerely and many people do, it's death in the general people don't want to relitigate 2020. They're concerned about what do you know, inflation and drugs.
Trump's bid to shape GOP faces test with voters in May races
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"perdue" Discussed on Let's Talk About It
"All right, well hi, everyone. Welcome to let's talk about it. I'm Megan. And I'm Jackie. And today we are actually interviewing my dad, Derek perdue. So obviously I know you. Jackie just met you, but can you just tell our audience a little bit about who you are, what you do, all that stuff. Okay, well, yes. I am Megan's father, so that's the most significant thing in my life right there. Well, that and that I married to Michelle. Yes. And I have a few other kids too, so I should probably throw them in there. And the only kid. The only one that matters. So, well, I grew up in charismatic charismatic and Pentecostal circles. And kind of from there, I went off to Bible college where I did a pastoral studies degree, I've kind of done by vocational stuff, which means I've always had a job in the secular realm and done stuff and worked with stuff in the church. So I have a master's in computers and I also have a master's in Christian thought from bethel seminary. So did the whole technical computer thing as well as theology and philosophy which people find really funny that I do both of those. But that's me and my interests. And so kind of done a lot of different things with churches from doing things to assist and doing those type of things to trying to do a church plant. And go through that process. I got saved and came to know the lord when I was 6 years old. And so it has been a journey in the church, all throughout my experience from house churches to. Megachurches to little itty bitty country churches to where we're at now, which is a church that I think we had I think we had 1400 people on Sunday morning for Easter. So, you know, different just different dynamics.
Are Polls Relevant Anymore? John Mclaughlin and Doug Discuss
"Most of your public polling done by media organizations and others are, they're good, but they a lot of them, and I'm saying a lot, not all, but a lot of them have inherent flaws a lot we've talked about which I think over time has calls people to not trust Poland. And I'll give you an example this morning I was on, I do a radio show and we were talking about polling in Georgia. And one of the interesting stats that came up and this was about the discussion of elections in election integrity and all this kind of stuff was and I had been given some poll numbers by a reputable firm that had basically said this and I'll just generically say this, that among Trump identified voters, you know, because this is something new that I've seen in the last few years that I haven't seen before and that was, are you a traditional Republican or a Trump Republican? And they'll ask about that. And among the cross tabs, like you talked about, one of the crawls tabs basically said that among Trump Republicans down here in a governor's race, Brian Kemp was actually leading David perdue. By 5 points. And so we just said that made a statement, here's what the numbers say. And we started getting text and other things from people who were listening saying that those are fake news. Polls are fake news. Why is it besides the oldest general fight if you hear something you don't want to hear you call it fake? What is call some of the more besides what we've seen in probably the presidential sides, the distrusting of polls and does that hurt overall perception? I think it's part of the overall media bias because the mainstream media that's biased against Republicans biased against conservative biased against president Trump, you know, uses polls to inflict inflict their bias on us in that regard. Because they're trying to manufacture outcomes in elections. One extreme case I gave you that Washington Post poll. But I would think most media polls have been wrong. In that, you know, in the less than the 2020 election, and that's why there was a big conference of the American public opinion and researchers, and that's why they came up with the solution that, oh, Trump voters weren't going on the polls. But they allowed their bias to impact, you know, the science of polling because they wanted to manufacture an outcome. They wanted Trump to lose.
No. 7 Purdue dominates Nebraska, Edey and Ivey lead scoring
"Zaki Zaki deporting deporting twenty twenty two two points points and and Jaden Jaden Ivey Ivey had had seventeen seventeen at at seven seven Frank Frank Perdue Perdue pounded pounded a a brass brass could could ninety ninety two two sixty sixty five five the the Boilermakers Boilermakers open open on on the the twenty twenty three three four four run run over over the the first first seven seven plus plus minutes minutes eighty eighty says says the the Boilermakers Boilermakers wanted wanted to to get get off off to to a a strong strong start start for for a a change change really really aren't aren't R. R. C.'s C.'s we've we've always always had had kind kind of of a a slow slow start start we've we've gone gone down down like like ten ten points points early early on on for for early early in in games games so so we we won't won't really really focus focus on on coming coming out out strong strong today today coach coach Matt Matt painter painter has has three three hundred hundred sixty sixty nine nine wins wins at at Purdue Purdue to to behind behind piggy piggy Lambert Lambert for for second second on on the the Boilermakers Boilermakers all all time time list list the the Boilermakers Boilermakers are are fourteen fourteen into into overall overall and and three three and and two two in in the the big big ten ten following following their their sixth sixth win win in in seven seven games games the the Braskem Braskem has has dropped dropped five five straight straight and and ten ten of of eleven eleven I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Dissecting NBC's Statement on MSNBC Producer Allegedly Following Rittenhouse Jury
"Now on NBC spokesman released a statement Let's put that up on the screen right now It says last night a freelancer received a traffic citation While the traffic violation took place near the jury van The freelancer let's stop right there Isn't that a little coincidental mister And that traffic violation was he went through a red light following the jury van Oh I see But don't wait where ladies and gentlemen he never took me interviews he never took any photographs sounds to me he never had a chance And how do they know NBC that he was a freelancer A freelancer for whom News groups Higher freelancers Just a freelancer freelancing NBC seems to know about the freelancer They seem to know from their perspective what the freelancer was not doing Look he just happened to be behind the bus with the jurors in There happened to go through a red light Happened to receive a traffic side citation And while he writes he says while the traffic violation took place near the jury van the freelancer never contacted or intended to contact the jury during deliberations And never photographed or intended to photograph them He's in the car Why would he photograph the bus If you're following the boss you wait for it to stop and then you pull the trigger on the when the camera right mister perdue you start taking your pictures You're going to take a picture of the back of the bus for whom was this freelancer working A traffic citation going through a red light Simultaneous with the jury bus Passing Does that make sense to you
"perdue" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"
"What they're saying back to us to have a better understanding to now have a conversation where that emotional intelligence has now kind of paved the way on a highway for better communication in a better resolution of whatever conflict that was there so i don't know i i appreciate that i. I definitely present that now. You see revolutionaries it took him one minute to talk about what it meant to be unemotionally intelligent right it was stored and maybe it wasn't even forty five seconds right. It didn't take long. It was a three minute diatribe when he talked about what it meant to be emotionally intelligent. All right that's hard right because think about all of the steps that you talked about to be just in this one since this one example of being emotionally intelligent all of the thought that goes into that And easy. It's easy in my opinion right in my opinion based on what you said to be oblivious to other people's feelings right to to not do the self awareness to not go to not see where that trigger point is that trigger point in that trauma that that is actually the catalyst for your external behavior right then the internal that leads to the extra. It's easy to it. It's easy to not even see that right that you just react and the one great thing. Dr purdue is that that. I've learned my time at camelback right. Is this one hundred percent responsibility. And oftentimes i will take one hundred percent responsibility retroactively. Then it becomes a learning lesson like what was one hundred percent responsibility in that right. How do i take responsibility for the outcome. The harder part in emotional intelligence is saying how am i. Taking one hundred percent responsibility for the action occurs. What is my one hundred percent responsibility in what is about to happen right. And that's a hard thing. That's a hard thing to learning lessons for many people who adopt one hundred percent responsibilities that you wanna learn one hundred percent.
"perdue" Discussed on Resilient Life Hacks
"And finally gra and let them when they're looking for a lot of trouble. They're like that one. They're trying to find a way trying to find a way and also they don't know how to handle certain situation and just immature. They just need to grow up and so you so hope. I'm sure i didn't do. All of them just spit. There's few of them that the you know. Let me know that. They were thankful. That didn't give up on on the stuff. That's amazing. how your your perseverance. Rubs off on these other young people and you know like you said they're not they don't forget that they remember and i bet then they're going to turn around and rub that share that with others to legacy lives on. You had one that. I could tell a made him give heed to graduate at school for years. I saw different tattoos and stuff and not that say tattoos or the evil of everything you know people do their own thing but taken up to started talking to me and stuff and he told me he'd been locked up while and again he said but i i'm thankfully few didn't give up when i was trying and i said man said meal we all grow up differently. We all grew mature differently. I said i if it took a stint to being locked up to help you find your way as whenever you figured out what you really gonna do. I guarantee you you'd be the best that you wanna be for everybody and and you is. I don't i don't hold it against you. Went there as they learn from it. move on. Yeah yeah and that's gotta be an encouraging message for those young people so how after you've been through all this at what point did you decide to write a book. How did that come about. We don't have a lot of time to get into that. Make another store to day. But i'll give you the reader's digest version..
"perdue" Discussed on Resilient Life Hacks
"We're playing tackle. We've probably been out there. Maybe two hours and my team got the ball back and so in the huddle. I said hey. I'm done for today. We've been here for a while. I need to give them a step class next day. And so i left the huddle I got a baby yellow. Make ten feet away from there. And i heard someone say we need someone to run. The ball a stopped turnaround now. Liz with here's my shameless. Plug payback for one more play. Which is the name of my first book. One more play and so shameless plug but a comeback for one. More play the handball octavia bus line. Broke couple of tackles scored. A touchdown was turning back towards a warning. Of course you know. We scored a touchdown plays over. Now dead you know no more plane. No more playing right. The bottles worth touching alerts. Go so as i'm turning back towards everyone putting the ball down. I'll see something my peripheral vision on my right side. I have no idea what us see. I just see something. I feel contact on my right shoulder and then i hear a loud pop and we both go to the ground Elizabeth on that day. I'll give you only one of us return to the feet to get up walk. It wasn't me. I was paralyzed instantly. Oh wow wow. That's amazing store and just like you said you know the one more play. How close you came to just just leaving. I bet you thought about that a lot. How many how many times you heard someone say. I was one month away from retirement and then something happened. They died or merely injured. Or captain. charlie plumb you need to interview him you tell us a cap. Charlie plumbing interviewed him when my podcast and he was on his seventy fifth flying mission in the vietnam war in the late sixties and he said the seventy fifth and last flight yep he got shot down and there was a prisoner of war for nearly six years. I'll show you how many times you hear people the one more thing then. That's when things seem to happen. That's that's incredible. So what happened next. i mean i. I assume they rescue to the hospital. And there's one gentleman. Because i tried to get up trying to get up laying on the ground. The guy tackle me he was going. Oh i tackled him attack on. I'm going to play was over so many them. I mean pass out or anything. I'm wastefully fully conscious for all of this. And what i heard a pop. I thought my collarbone right sod broke. Because i do feel anything my nick i did. And there's no pain no dwelling no no very little pain man so the slot though mccullum was broken and i was left handed. So my right side. I figured i beta got up. You know fight with my left hand me left hated and so as it made him get up and cement will beat you in a lift my head to get up. Nothing followed my shoulders and come up arms come up. The legs definitely didn't come up. Put my head back down into guy goes well does it. Touchdown still count man. I'm really gonna get it up now and a hit for segi. Tom still nothing. So then take a deep breath and then they say threes charm try for the third time still nothing followed and instantly..
Mitch McConnell Only Endorses Candidates Who Support Him in Power
"I like Charlie Gasparino. I don't know him. Well, he's been on the show once. I think he's really a solid reporter. Smart guy writes beautifully, too. He blamed Trump on the Loss of the two Republican seats in Georgia, and it wasn't Trump Trump didn't pick those two candidates. Those were McConnell's candidates. And the suggestion that they would have won if Trump had gotten behind the Trump campaign for them. These were two mannequins to blow up dolls. Two terrible, terrible candidate and by the way, I forget the guy's name. Do you remember his name? Mr. Producer? I forget his name. He wouldn't come on the show, either. Now, ladies and gentlemen, it's not like you have to kiss the ring here. I don't even know that's not it. We reach all over Georgia. It's kind of hard to win. If you're not going to talk to millions and millions of conservatives in this country. David Perdue. That's one of and I remember his name. I mean, how do you expect to win? That said they were terrible, terrible candidates. Terrible. And they were Mitch McConnell's choices. They were his picks. That's what lost those seats had nothing to do with Donald Trump. Terrible candidate Mitch McConnell reaches into all these states and picks these lousy lousy candidates. And what is it based on? If they're going to support him from majority or minority leader? That's it.
Timeless Secrets of Success With Mitzi Perdue
"Mitzi say what's up to fire nation and what is something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with pretty much my life. I've heard people saying you know you really balancing your life. Don't be working hollick. While i couldn't disagree more i i love both in my late husband. Who was frank. Purdue founder of a company that employed twenty thousand people at the time of his death okay. He was somebody who i wouldn't describe as having a balanced life and my life father. I think he was a workaholic. As well and i kind of think that workaholic is what gets you to to the crate rewards and satisfaction in life. It's kinda hard to change the world or even have a massive impact on the world fire nation if you're not willing to put in the work and hate when we say the word work. What if you're doing something you love every day. How else do you really want to be spending your time and listen to a fantastic interview about walt disney right now and hearing his inspiration how he lived his life till the very end doing what he loved. I mean it's inspiring and we're talking today with mitzi about timeless secrets of success. And i wanna talk about success secrets with you mitzi. Because you're gonna share with us. Some of the success secrets that built the sheraton hotel chain. Break that down for us all right. My my late father was the founder of the well he was co founder along with my of the sheraton hotel chain us also president and speaking of of work life balance. Actually i do think he got kind of right but he was. He was as much workaholic. Is as you can imagine because as you pointed out it's possible not work in your life. If you just love what you're doing and i think that he really loved what he was doing
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"Afternoon. The associated press reported democrat. Jon ossoff was the winner of the second georgia's senate runoff election defeating incumbent. Republican david perdue democrat rafael. Warnock was called as the victor of the senate race against incumbent. Republican kelly leffler. This gave democrats a very narrow majority in the chamber. When considering vice president-elect kamla harris's ability to cast tie-breaking votes financial materials and energy stocks extended gains as prospects amid the democratic sweep given suctions that a unified democratic government would advance more virus relief stimulus and increase infrastructure spending our us economics have indicated that a democratic senate would likely lead to another large fiscal stimulus package possibly including some priorities of the new administration such as infrastructure deutchebanks. Economists said in a note wednesday. They see this as a material up signed to their gdp forecast which they currently see rising four point three percent q over q four in two thousand and twenty one
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"The guy Benson show earlier in the program. We were joined by Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue. He's also the former governor of Georgia. And the cousin of David Perdue, the U. S senator who is up for re election today. In that run off race alongside Kelly Leffler with so much on the line, Sonny Perdue is the chief executive of that state for years. He knows it extremely well. He was part of my chat with Secretary Purdue about the race, the implications the state of Georgia and his cousin. There's all the big nationwide implications, but I want to narrow it very, very down to a personal level for you. Because David Perdue, one of the senators who is up for election here today, he's your cousin. You've known each other your whole lives. He went to business route you were. You were in politics there sooner than he was, and he's in really the political fight of his life. Talk about your relationship with Senator Purdue and what you've seen up close and personal with David Perdue over the course of decades. I'd like to do. I'd like to do that, because sometimes so much gets lost in all these TV ads back and forth, so I can tell you personally, Our fathers were brothers. We grew up in Middle Georgia with a large extended family and sort of a never quit whatever it takes kind of attitude are our fathers expected a lot and David. I grew up in that same expected the culture there. And where you were 34 years apart, played together cousins, My father farm that David's dad went into education, the superintendent of education for the local county And, uh, but he'd come out on the summers and we work together. We play together, played sports, and David took the corporate round. I took the small business route and he was very successful Leave find winding up his career as a CEO. Dollar general understands people in that way, understands policy. I understand that people won't government the work so He retired from dollar general came back to Georgia. He and Bonnie had a very comfortable life. Remember him coming to me in 2012 really concerned about the future of our country? And when Senator Saxby Chambliss decided not to run, he came and said, Sonny, we've gotta you gotta you gotta go do this. I said, Well, David, I've already done this and you need to go home. Look in the mirror. And he and they did s so it was a real call the public service. They had a very comfortable life in retirement. And yet David is there for the right reason He didn't need the job and the good thing about it. He's the same person that was six years ago. Washington hasn't changed him is the same character convictions and courage even against leadership when he thinks they're wrong. He had six years ago. Did you have any reluctance to counsel him to run for office? Because it's a rough business. As you know, sometimes politics ain't beanbag. Georgia politics can be very tough. And you know you've gone through that. And then your cousin now over the last few months is really experienced it It seems like every third commercial all over the state of Georgia is talking about what a rotten crook he is. Well, I warned him of all of that. Certainly, And he obviously no one could ever foresee these kind of run offs here in Georgia with the future of our country at stake, But the fact is, that's what I like even more about his candidacy. I told people all over Georgia Be supporting him, even if we weren't related. He was not my cousin because he's got kind of business policy analysts that analysis that didn't we need in Senate.
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"Okay, my father died when I was twenty seven years old and it was unexpected. He died at seventy of a heart attack. I thought. So here have come into this great big huge inheritance and I thought you know I could put it in the stock market and have somebody manage it but I was living in California at the time. And I thought agricultural land. No they're not making any more of it and it's it's a good thing. It feeds people and the land attracts me to begin with. But instead of just buying land I, spent four entire years taking courses in agronomy rural appraisal. Agricultural Economics. and. I joined organizations like the California women for Agriculture and the Farm Bureau. I just how about toddler immersion in everything that I could learn about farming, and then when it came to actually buy the land I looked at least forty different properties and I felt I could write a doctoral dissertation each one. And it turned out or what I learned in what I recommend everybody else's agricultural land in general does not change hands a-list one of two conditions. One somebody died hers getting divorced. So there's some extremists reason or more likely, and as I kept coming across my own experience, the property. So Lemon. And The. I'll give an example, the one that I almost thought it was. It was a plum orchard destined for prunes and it was most beautiful thing. You've ever seen because plums at the right season, their chest they flour. They're gorgeous. And I I knew the Something, very important in analyzing the property. What's crop record? What? What are its tax returns? What is the soil type and everything was just absolutely perfect But the last my checklist of of light forty things. The last one was to go through it because it had a river going through it. The last thing I checked out with with the With the I'm trying to think of the word, but there's there's an organization that that studies hydrology got an I went through with them and Army Corps of Engineers and. The Guy He admitted that the place was just beautiful had a fabulous track record. But. He noticed that there were since the construction of the back on the other side and shed what that's about, and then he calculated that the water. At the river flows and it heads towards the bag, it would ricochet off and one year and seven, it would flood. By My plum trees and this was a change. So it wouldn't have showed up in any of the records before but whoever bought that land is going to be up against a major headache. I'll. If I haven't done the research. Horrible. But finally the fortieth one it paid off and it it was fantastic. And so you bought was rice land. and. Then then the conclusion of this is such a beautiful story because you had. Organizations companies by it turned into a nature preserve. So it actually stay nature it never got built upon. Which makes me so happy? The length that I chose it was that we're talking nineteen, seventy four. At that time. There wasn't a great big surge in in there wasn't a surge that happened ten years later for people buying agriculture lend so it could still be bought at. Markedly, low price in nineteen, seventy four. But the length that turned out to be just perfect. It was between the Sacramento area in the city of Sacramento and it was surrounded by three highways I five, eighty and eighty. So assume here we have flat Eric. Gated land. Between a state capital on its airport I mean just the most perfect location if you wanted development prices but I did I never did what it developed because It was beautiful and so I was able to sell it to some businesses. Committed to turn it into a nature reserve in return for some kind of credits that they get with environmental organizations that will allow them. Kind. Of Trade off to build. to do development elsewhere, and so my land to the stays nature preserve. So and I made pots and pots of money out of it. I sold at development prices without having through development, and then what seemed to be the best investment at that time was vineyards. So now there's a fair chance if you've ever tasted Mondavi wine or Kendall Jackson or toasted head or a dozen others you might have been seem. Grapes, from my inured. I I love your entrepreneurial spirit were here with Mitzi perdue she's the daughter of the founder of Sheraton hotels and. The wife of the X. Frank Perdue who developed. Produce Farms we're going to be right back with Mitzi, perdue the twenty four hour challenge and the conscious.
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"You said people have a compulsion to live up to or down to your expectations and so his shop was communicating to them by where he spent the first money that he really did believe in them. and. Then there's that that's kind of part two of the story, but there is a heart three eight. And that is I him. You know he he now had little daughter convinced that. Yeah. It makes sense to spend the first money in every case on the employees rather than what the plane public would see. But I also asked him. Why did you assure them that all keep their jobs? You know why not? Let them. Like earn it. And he said that from his point of view, the getting people to do what you'd like. It. Doing that in his world comes in three flavors. And he should the first two aren't good. The first one was intimidation. He said he could have stood up there in front of them instead. Shape up or you're fired. But he said you can get people to do what you want with intimidation, but they do grudgingly. Possibility to he could have stood up there in front of them and said. Do really great job. And there's race in it for you maybe even a bonus. But he said that's bribery and that's that's just not a good approach either because it's totally transactional, people are working for the bribe rather than for something bigger. and. So we now come to what he thought did work. And he had his praised that I treasure. Inspire don't require and he said that. When he was telling people. That they were going to make this the best hotel, the whole city, and they were going to be an inspiration to the rest of the city. He wanted people and I believe you achieve this he wanted. Chambermaid, who's WHO's making beds or maybe the waitress who's waiting table the bartender. They're not making beds are waiting table or tending bar. Now they're part of a team that's making this the best hotel in the city, an inspiration to everybody else. And the payoff for that was. People generally stayed with him for life and I. Think they made a habit of going the extra mile and I think they really loved him. and. He I even have it in writing in the family lives where he said that the secret of success, every level for Sheraton was the people who who worked there. And I think he knew how to inspire the best out of them. Why love the Sheridan story just because we only have two three minutes before we're going to break a Mitzi could you give us a tech bit a tip from your husband Frank Perdue built. Chicken Company from Zero Employees to twenty thousand employees. What was one of the things you learned from him? He had exactly the same attitude that that my late father did that it's the people who make it a success and so as far as I could tell, most waking moments were spent. Figuring out how to make people feel important value as part of the team and had do that. He knew I bet he has thousands of names. We would we would go through the processing facilities and hidden introduced me. It they're they're sixteen of them hid introduced me to maybe one hundred people each one as he another names. Hit Two things I guess my favorite thing is we had a program of entertaining every single person who worked for the company in our home for dinner. At the end of the dinner, frank would tell the employees. What was going on in the in the business and then hid end the evening by saying. In in one in words very each time. But the the bottom line would be it look out at his hundred employees they could be truckers or. Or veterinarians or whoever and tell them I, know the company wouldn't be what it is today without you. Thank you. I. Love that. So it's a total people orientation justice for the final moment before we go to break. You know you are what could be considered an heiress you you were born to millions of dollars, but you could have done nothing with that and you've actually took a chunk of the money and have a sixty fold increase in you started with Rice land in California and very strategically made decisions about where you bought that land, and because right now we're GONNA have a lot of real estate opportunities. I you know. Now, it's gotta be Real Estate Heaven. In fact, I've certainly got my eye out and some stuff but when you said sixty four, what happened is I had a trust from my mother trust my father and then a third of my inheritance was mind to do whatever I wanted to light by race horses or gamble or whatever. Today, the land that I bought is worth sixty times what the combined trustworthy they left me. So real estate has been really good to me, but it didn't drop in my lap. I worry for break is coming up but I can share with you some of what I did to prepare for it to that. I would like to hear that let's take a couple of minutes because I think this is an important story because you know a lot of times people. Are heiresses and and they really don't do anything with your life but you've you've devoted your life to not only being a successful entrepreneur but you care about other people you want the world to be a better place. You know you've really pour yourself into to developing yourself and developing the world. So I think it's important to know how you went out there and made decisions as an entrepreneur on your own..
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"These are the timeless secrets you can use right now to grow your business, my guest Mitzi Perdue. Mitzi thank you so much for taking time to be on the show. But a complete joy to be here with you and your audience what you know you and I had the longest pre show conversation. I've ever had with anyone folks. We signed up together to talk for twenty minutes and I think we went just short of three hours and that folks is a reason that you need to stay around whether you're listening on podcast or syndicated radio show because. Is An exciting person and an exciting media personality because of everything you've done. Let's start off with your Father Ernest Henderson and he grew the Sheraton hotel chain when he died. There were four hundred and thirty Sheridan. So that was quite a feat. You're going to be sharing some of the things you learn from that and I want to get gown in first of all what was it like to grow up and have a father who was such a successful entrepreneur at there you were an opportunity to learn from him it. Was the coolest thing the whole world because? I I have one just fabulous built in guaranteed way of getting parental attention that was to ask questions because he loved talk about what he was doing and so even though I was just a little girl and pestering him with questions I knew he was a great success because I was. So where that like the kids went to school with didn't have a summer house, the ballroom that held two hundred people. Or when would travel it was always fi. Yeah. Stain and presidential suite. So, even from very young I, knew that my daddy was a success. Since he was willing to share with me the stories of how he did it. That means that I have some stories. I'm just dying to share with all of you. Well, I want my favorite series I want to ask you if you could tell us when upfront your father would go in and buy bankrupt hotels but really nice hotels in a new city. What happened next because I think this is one of the big secrets that right now today you can take the secret and apply it to your business. I think. So because father began. In the early nineteen, thirty, the height of the Great. Depression. And there's so many harmonic with what's going on today unemployment depression. Not You don't know what's coming next and that was what he was up against when he started in business. And at the time, the early nineteen s people were running away from hotels as if they were radioactive I mean it was just a guaranteed way to go bankrupt because how do you make money if people don't have the money to spend out you're just a really bad situation and so it was fairly easy. For him to buy. Very nice hotels for very little money but what good does it do to have a nice hotel it here going bankrupt owning it. He came up with a magic sauce. That, I'll share with you right now and out of shirtless in the form of the story. When father would take over new hotel. The first thing had do the day that he took possession would be hit gather all the employees into. Ballroom and there could he sleep before hundred eight, hundred people? And father knew ahead of time that the people who are looking up at him from the audience. That, they're totally demoralized bunch. He knew that they're worried. No. I'm probably going to get fired. The new owner probably has his own uncles, relatives, and best friends are going to take my job or he's going to want to Clean House get rid of the people who brought it to this terrible situation father knew they were thinking that and he also understood as he told me. That they probably weren't going to listen to a word he said when they're so busy worrying and let them get fired. So. The first words out of his southward I want everybody here. To. Stay in your job because I believe in you. I know that you know your job better than anybody else in the world and my job is to help. You show the world just how great you are, and you're going to say in a few months this is going to be the most popular, the most financially stable the best served hotel in the whole city and even better i. mean you just watch it's going to happen. We're going to be an example to the rest of the city that toughest times are things are GONNA turn around? Well. That's part one of the story I mean imagine how they felt you they enter. Mitzi. This is so relevant because right now people are getting laid off left and right Yeah companies are going bankrupt companies. Are you know large chains are saying? Well, we're going to close this number of our stores right at as maybe. This could be a fantastic opportunity for somebody who might choose to copy my father. So it was hold that he just to capitalize he. He assured them right off your job is secure swertz out of the Smith but then he did something and I think this is one of the big keys Mitzi heated something that most people who bought a certainly a fancy hotel would. Not have done. It would seem almost like a recipe for disaster, but it turned out to be a secret sauce. What did he do to the employees areas and were they had testing I'm not going to give it away but I'm just setting it up the where they would eat that the that the fancy people who came to the hotel never saw any of those places. Exactly because he had told his his his employees. My job is to give you the resources to show the world just how good you are, but he really meant it because the next day that seek cavalcades of I, Dunno plumbers electricians, decorators who would come in and they would start refurbishing the hotel. But it would be the employees areas like the employee lounges, dining rooms, lockers, showers, the places public would never see. So I'd ask him. Daddy. Why did you spend money in places that the paying public would never see? And he said. And he said this many times. So it wasn't an accident something that I recommend everybody and it's this..
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"And. I said well, thank you Ma'am appreciate that and so I went on a gave her copy my book just pick for that. and. Thank her for it. Will Win for about a week. Later, they organ, the one organized that event sent me an email from that woman. That I spoke to and basically I don't remember the email but basically, it said she was told she had six months to live. In. Her being at the event in hearing, me was going to help her except that more into Basically based on one thing I tell people is you know typically beloved him a why you can't now don't let it be something hanging when you pass whenever something happens. So and so she she was telling them that the. Me Is going to help her deal with this situation than the. Can you imagine while I'm here I am talking Tim to suicide, but he imagine you know of course now I got a better. Outlook in life and better mindset now. Than I was during that time but can you know when you you're you're not wanting to Dan? You hear you had six months to live. That's gotta be tough yeah. Yeah the I don't know how I would handle that. Yunan. So many people do those are heroes that are hidden. And strength that people find in adversity and overcoming it. That's what it's all about. And Just hearing your story and. Knowing other people go through different types of adversity. It helps a lot of people and the first time you hear somebody say. You have helped me. Caved my heart. It's like that's all I need. Man I. I don't need anything else. I'll continue down this path and it's a rough path doing podcasting and speaking and. Trying to help others through your own experiences. It's it's a challenge.
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"I wouldn't breathe in and said, they didn't know CPR. So they were slamming the face and they call you know paramedics come nine, one one and they told them. Ten more minutes probably would have been dead. So he's Russia. Did Hospital put me in a hyperbaric chamber to force all the carbon monoxide out and the body in the auction into the body, and then I was in hospital like seven weeks. and. Then I, tell people this as A. Trying to ease the tension of when I tell the stories Attempt suicide and you live they make you see a psychiatrist. And so that gentlemen there was a blessing for me that he's one recommend that I have a story I need to write book I need to get out and speak, and so I've been out you know trying to public speaking to get message out to provide encouragement for someone and I feel this is my purpose in life. Now we're at allow my purpose lost my hope. For the during a suicide attempt but believe now put story out try to help other people. And then the mayor I think I think this has been A. Good thing overall now. Yeah you know. Once we go through experiences changes in our core. We recognize is that we can turn that around and we can try to change the world with that. It helps us make those changes even if there little baby steps because a lot of my change, it's come from little tiny changes. I could never of imagined I would be here. When I look way back where I was. That's the thing Mike Counselor said, you know maybe you can help change and advocate. I had no clue how to do that. I had no clue about podcasting owner social media and I was still very angry when I started doing this sort of stuff. But. Just talking getting your story out letting other people understand how you actually feel. It has helped me it saved my life and the people I've met because podcasting. It's changed who I am and it's definitely given me a new direction with new hope..
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"I lost my Home A. Had A wife and all I had was van we were living in Arizona. A hot desert climate. You know I just had nowhere else to turn. And that's the moment we were putting our stuff in the storage shed because. We were doing homeless. And that's the moment at popped for me and had my F-. You fight with God right out in the middle of the parking lot. You, know I really had a mental breakdown where I really. Didn't know what to say do and all I could do as. Few you know. and. My wife was wondering, who are you talking to? The mind will really torment one's. Self. And that is a horrific filling go through when we're wanting to kill the most precious thing on. This earth is our life. How did you get over it? Ending. You're correct Wendy lose a that sense of hope. In everything. Then that's that's that's when. It's windy. Start going down at rabbit hole. Isn't it? So yeah. Yeah. What is what had happened was me is I attempted suicide three times in three days. And I wrote a book.
"perdue" Discussed on Dead America
"There's a they do fundraising all year round. They don't have the government red tape on on that. So they're able to give the dogs out for free for people that. Qualify for him. That's great and now if I read, right, they train those dogs in prison. Some dogs go from their organization. Some of their dogs go into the prison system to be used in my mind Ricardo, he was actually in a Mississippi prison system with this one gentleman that they do partial training. The ones for you know to sit or shake when to go to the bathroom. Still you know I'm assuming as though those types of training whereas when he left the prison system from that gentleman. That he went to Orlando Ricardo did and there I think they gave the final training where he picks things up off the floor to give to me or he may learn to. Turn lights off in own Poona drawer open close the door. So I'm sure they do the basic training in the prison system and again, not all dogs from the organization goes into the prison system. But when. We had our graduation there nine or ten of us are getting canines and mindy ghosts had dogs but the end either leader will trained they're more than just dogs Probably, about half of them was at a regular household getting their training where the other half had been in a prison system, a two of them were into Florida prison system miles in Mississippi, and I can't remember where another one was but about half. To. For. My for my viewpoint again from graduation, it was about a half. In and out that's awesome that they're doing that. So now you were a teacher or are you still a teacher? Was I've been outta teaching allows teacher and a coach of lobbying outlet for. Ten, twelve years now. So Same thing about it is life comes in seemed like were you doing whale and everything life comes in and kicks into t sometimes and I'd Gotten Itin suicide. And we tip suicide year coordinator school system your you're incompetent to be in the classroom. So. Instead of trying to help out, they tried to fire you and so I of course. I. Knew then when survived I just went on resigned before. The other thing but day what had happened is I got bit by on Brown recluse on the bottom of foot and didn't know into there's a sewer to seismic tennis ball and the head to go in and Cut. All. That did tissue out and let new tissue growth over that where the bite was and so they told me not to stand on my foot or anything because he's GonNa break the new tissue trying to grow. After six months, not staying I used to be able to got strong Navarro's able to stand transfer to transfer to get into bed transfer to get out of bed to get into be hickel get.
"perdue" Discussed on Dead America
"Sores while you laying there one day I was stared at the floor and I heard the door open a two guys come in and talk with me and told me they were from the college from where the got hurt injured and so after we got done talking now here's the only reason I. think it may have been him when they both. Her door shut. But then I heard the door open and heard someone say I'm sorry man and then the door shut. Well. That's that's a good thing when and if it was him. He realizes what he had done. Yeah. I really pray that. That's not the case that they're bragging like that either. When when somebody loses their life basically over? Nonsense that's just crazy going through that. I could never imagine living that long in your circumstance. How often do you have to move intern and do you have to have assistance with that? When Got Injured and they did all the tests. did X rays and then they did a monogram to check the spinal cord and they I told me that I would never walk again possibly not move from a nick down and actually the doctors advised my family, which then was my mom and brothers that. I would be too much of a burden for them to provide care and they need to just put them in a nursing on. Their again, when a laying on the ground of thinking jt, they could have bad in nineteen raid in Arizona and here is a doctor confining what? You know my my mom and brothers Oughta do and thankfully they didn't listen and listen and we were all hard headed and everything like that and so I got can move my arms I do push wheelchair can drive on vehicle getting out of bed shower and stuff like that but I do need some assistance sometimes. Addressed sometimes or to get into bed sometimes but they're you know it's not all the time and it's A. You Know Nice people that can that can help happy nate it but they wanna I got hurt. It didn't look too promising and Actually they didn't give me a real long time to they thought maybe I would live like fifteen twenty years. I, guess that was the going rate back then. Now, it's been thirty SNOOTY thirty seven years. That we're moving on in. My doctor tells me of course, my doctor tells me to quit saying is he didn't really say but I tell people doctor says other being overweight and Kate woke I'm ingratiate. Well I. Find that interesting that fact that you stated the doctors tried to tell your family to put you in a nursing home. I was on a show and she said the same thing it happened to her she has cerebral palsy. That's interesting..
"perdue" Discussed on Dead America
"I. Tried three times to get up. So. I lifted my head. A cuss when I heard a pop I thought my right collarbone broken and I was one of them was in fact invincible all the time and so this guy here he was jumping up and down he tackled me and whatnot and I said you. Got Tapping you I'll show you because I figured out was left handed and I thought the right collarbone was broken nose left handed. Guy. Left. Handed and so I lift it up and nothing followed. No shoulders in follow the arms. Legs deadly didn't move. So I lay there and tried to Segi time to get up. And then I actually tried a third time thing three's a charm. And three wasn't a charm and I knew instantly I was paralyzed when I was twelve years old. I. Met a named J. JT in a nursing home. My grandfather was nursing on and he was about to two rooms before I got to my grandfather as a day to twelve or fourteen years old I remember going to go visit my grandfather one time and his guy haulers on his pays rooms. Hey, Budka Mir and I go into his room so he can you hold this. Water he hopes Cup of water signed get a drink and he was paralyzed from his neck down. And so his name Jay taste I stopped amid talk to him every now and again but once once I. Realized I was paralyzed instantly. All of a sudden it started thinking in my head is GonNa be ashamed that I'm nineteen years old and I'm going to be in a nursing home and so yeah, it was it was brought to Lifelike. Very. Quick. So. Were you angry at the person in? The, how did you get over that anger? I don't know if I was. Angry at him personally. Like again, I was college for two weeks so. If a guy was to come to me today in handshake me I'd never know it was him. I don't remember anything I don't know his name. The only thing that I remember about six months later I heard from some people than college that he was Kinda bragging about the hit and I hate I hope that's not true. Not that he's bragging but somehow. They brought up my name or something, and he's supposedly made a comment I remember the day when I knocked out of him and I hope that's wrong. that he didn't really. And I think I think he came to the hospital to see me. And the only reason I think it was him was I was Wisconsin striker frame head these boats and screws in my head and had wrote off fed hanging like ten pounds of weight off over to stretch my neck trying to vertebrae back in place. And owned a strike of frame delay. Two hours on your back you get stare at the wall and then they come in, they flip the strike of frame and then you lay an hour on your stomach. So it's helped prevent pressure.
"perdue" Discussed on Dead America
"We are all dead American. We can all learn something. To learn. We must challenge what we already understand. The way we do that is through conversation. Sometimes. We have conversations with others. However Some of the best conversations happen. With ourselves Reach out in Challenger so. Let's dive in and learn something right now. and..
"perdue" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Let let me give you a story. There's a there's an elected official. There's a global pandemic and the elected official decides to based on based on the news of a global pandemic and countries beginning to lock down as this virus spreads. This this this politician decides to start selling stocks and the stocks that the politicians cells are curious one of the stocks that the politician dumps every share of that he owns is a grocery store. Chain named Kroger another stock that he sells is a company that makes household cleaning. Supplies called proctor and gamble another stock that he sells is a stock in a company called CLOROX and buy some stocks as well. He buy stock in a company. Called live nation in that company does concerts and he buys stocks in a company called starbucks. That owns a chain of coffee shops. That as he's buying the stock the company is closing up around the country. And another stocky buys of a company that was on the verge of bankruptcy in rebounded and Colbert outfitters Right before Moles in America start shutting down. What would you think of the person who did this? Who was selling stocks in grocery stores and selling stocks in pharmaceutical companies and selling stocks in cleaning supply companies while buying stocks in music concert venues and restaurants and stores at a time. A global pandemic was spreading. What what would you think now? What if I told you? It wasn't actually him but it was an outside financial advisor. Would the headline should be senator? And I'm talking about David. Purdue senator purdue may need to rethink his financial advisers. Because that's actually what happened. David Perdue sold his stock in. Clorox sold his stock in. Kroger sold his stock and Merck Pharmaceutical and bought and sold his stock and proctor and gamble and bought stock in life nation and starbucks and urban outfitters. But that's not the headline that the reporter of the AJC ran in fact they left out. David produce sales and I have it on exceedingly good authority that the reporter said there wasn't enough space on the printed page to put in all the information about the sales because there were two other stocks that David bought and and they make up the story. David Purdue bought stock in do pot and he bought stock in Netflix. And that is the story. In the Atlanta Journal Constitution that David do at a time of global pandemic profited through the to through the purchase of stocks of of Dupont and Netflix to stocks that stood to gain now. Let me give you a little more. The Story David. Purdue unlike Kelly Leffler David Purdue was not in the January twenty fourth meeting where there was a briefing about Cova. Nineteen never mind that there were new stories the next day and that's missile. Leffler as well. There were new stories that David David. Purdue was not involved in those meetings and even last month Democrats were saying. There's no there there with David Perdue. But in his filing that was filed two days ago for the month of March at a time the nation is shutting down and a time of global pandemic and a time of story after story in the Wall Street Journal about companies that stand to benefit for people stayed at home David Produce outside financial advisor traded more David Purdue normally buys and sells about thirty some odd stocks but in March is. The market's going through wild swings there about one hundred twelve transactions more than double his normal transactions. No one disputes. It was an outside advisor. No one has ever disputed the David Purdue. leaves it to announce that adviser in doesn't agree. No one ever ever Has DISPUTED THE DAVID? Purdue keeps a firewall between himself and his financial adviser. But what I find deeply disturbing is that a reporter clearly went to Democrats and had quotes ready to go from Democrats about what was happening So that when the story ran the Democrats immediately and in one case before the story was actually in the paper produced a quote attacking David Purdue for his stock trades. Focusing on Dupont and Netflix. Pay No attention to the fact that David Perdue actually sold clorox Kroger proctor and gamble and bought along with Dow Dupont and Dow chemical and oil sold. Merkin also bought Netflix. They also bought starbucks and he bought urban outfitters and he bought a several other companies. That are now in the garbage because of this David by the way also bought Delta Stock and he also bought Disney stock. It's remarkable to me that we see a situation where David Duke clearly did nothing wrong. And clearly. His stock trades the volume is higher because the market volatility but the pattern of what he's buying and selling there's no different from what he's always bought and sold and the media is trying to lump him in to his pre existing scandal. They're essentially taking a story than just a A. I mean this is essentially the theme of the whole day here. They're taking a pre existing story in working backwards to twist pre existing facts to pull David Purdue into their story. They want the outcome to be that. David Purdue looks crooked and so they're twisting everything to get to that point. It's it's actually really interesting to see that it's actually really interesting to see Their willingness to do this. It's actually really interesting to see their willingness to twist and twist and condemn when David Produce actually one of the most outstanding members of the United States Senate. And you know what David who's been doing David Purdue has been trying to get Georgians who were straight globally back to Georgia. And he's having to take time off from helping. Georgians to deal with these militias the Tex- that really are ridiculous attacks. That really have nothing to do with anything really dolt. Comport to what the media is trying to say when you actually look at the overall pattern so the we may the way the media is having to shape. The story is to leave out the key details of sales because if you saw his purchases in line with his sales you would realize there's no there there..