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Sebastian Is Joined by Victor Davis Hanson to Discuss Masculinity

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:13 min | Last month

Sebastian Is Joined by Victor Davis Hanson to Discuss Masculinity

"To our special manhood professor Hansen. Thank you for having me. All right, so I can't think of a better guess to have given what you've written about Ancient Rome about the warrior spirit, the two world wars dedicated to your relatives. So seminal to your life who gave theirs in World War II, let's start at the beginning. I just have a handful of questions. The first one is, is masculinity is the concept of manhood in trouble in western civilization today. Yeah, I think it is. I mean, we always hear it now with its adjective toxic toxic masculinity. It's never just masculinity. It's so it's contrary to a lot of special interest groups and it's been manipulated and worked as sort of the driving impulse behind capitalism and western dominance, et cetera, et cetera. So, but remember all of the criticisms of masculinity come from an elite class in the United States and Europe as well. It doesn't come from the masses of any race or particular even gender. So everybody understands that traditionally masculinity was a very positive and necessary element of civilization.

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Donald Trump Is the Most Persecuted President EVER

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Donald Trump Is the Most Persecuted President EVER

"Is, of course, Victor Davis Hanson, one of your top favorites here in America first, Stanford University's professor Hansen, welcome back to America first. Thank you for having me. Professor on the one hand, you can be attempted to say he's on a campaign platform. This is hyperbole. But when you stop and you think of the last 6 years from the Billy Bush tape to Russia collusion to cross fire hurricane impostor, quid pro quo to impeachment tooth, southern district of New York cases, and then the January 6th committee, and now the Mar-a-Lago raid, is there not something just empirically sound to his statement about how he's been persecuted? Yes, there is. And everything he said was true. He's the most persecuted president. He's the most autopsied president in our history. And the other issue is to what degree can he make that case in a positive way to help his party and his agenda. And I would think that he's now approved beyond a doubt that they're going after him an extra leaguer legal if not extraordinary ways that we've never seen before. But I do think he's going to have to at some point say that's what they did to me. And here's what we're going to do as a nation to make sure that doesn't happen. And here is my contract with America for the midterms and we're all going to run on a national platform of closing that border like I did and getting our energy sector back to be productive as it can be and to stop this crime wave that's hurting people throughout the country and to get our foreign policy back on a deterrent. So I think he needs now to pivot and to give this positive message. And

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"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:06 min | 9 months ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"KA. Professor Hansen, let's having written seminal works on strategy before the dying citizen, I would recommend the second world wars by professor Hansen. How do you rate the performance strategically? Of Vladimir of Vladimir zelensky, the strategic communications, the use of information operations, and how significant was it that I think it was on Thursday or yes, Thursday evening, our time. He gave this English language interview in which he said it is time to speak to Putin. Is that a bad sign? No, but whether he speaks to Putin or not will depend on the pulse of the battlefield. So if he continues to survive and they continue to have these sort of unexpectedly heavy losses at some public opinion and world opinion is against Putin, then he'll be in a stronger position. I think what he'll probably end up saying is, well, we didn't have Crimea anyway, where we're never going to get it back. We were never going to get these parts of eastern Ukraine. So if I can negotiate and we were never going to get into NATO, no matter what the promises and the wink and nod, if I can negotiate an independent Ukraine, then I'll take it. The problem with that, though, is I don't think he's done. I think he would take Putin will take that and stop maybe and even leave Kyiv out of it, but then he will digest it. And three or four years from now, he will think, well, they made a deal with me, so I'm going to go on and on and do that. So I don't think, I think maybe he could talk about, he doesn't want to be the person rejecting any discussion of diplomatic solutions when people are dying in hospital. So politically, he has to be open to it. But if he's a smart, if he's smart, he'll be like Churchill in the worst hours of the blitz, not discussing things with Hitler. And I don't think he can ever cut a deal with Putin. And I hope that he will be in a position of stronger, a position to really outright reject that. But I think he's trying to say to his own people. It's just not my ego that's getting us killed. This guy wants to kill us, and I'm open to talk to him if you'll get out. But that's about as far as he should go. I think the only mistake he's made is that we are pouring millions of dollars, billions of dollars, Europe is in that certain times in his desperation. I understand why he's doing it. He tends to be shrill and says, the United States should have a no fly zone over the whole country. Well, you know, given the history of our interference and their affairs and their interference in our affairs, especially the Ukrainian ambassador during the Trump administration, who wrote an op-ed, you know, criticized right before the election. I don't think that's wise to get in to our discussions, especially when if you have a no fly zone, then you're asking an American pilot to shoot down a Russian pilot and they'll shoot down most of them. And we will be in a very.

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"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

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"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:45 min | 10 months ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"To defend. Professor Hansen, it is, I find it very worth it to listen to one's muse and just out of the blue we were watching the news and my wife said, a former Trump appointee in the Department of Homeland Security said, you know, the trouble with what's happening in Europe, nobody will do anything because nobody can do anything. Given what's happened to Germany, given the Gerhard shredder left the chancellery to become the president or the senior vice president of Gazprom after he was running Germany, given the intertwined fact that the environmentalists who are running the German ministry of energy have shut down 50% of the nuclear power plants with the rest of the nuclear power plants to be shot down by the end of the calendar year. He may have a GDP smaller than California's, but this former KGB colonel has really created a situation whereby without American leadership, Europe is defenseless to his blackmail. Is that harsh assessment? Yeah, I think it is. It's true. Germany, with 81 million people in turkey with 85 million or the two largest NATO powers, turkey has the largest army and Germany has the largest economy. So NATO doesn't exist very well without the United States, but also without the engagement of those two countries. The problem is if you look at a pew international poll and there was one last year and Germans were asked and you have a more favorable opinion, essentially that was a question. Do you want to engage more with the Americans or more with the Russians that was clear they wanted to engage more with the Russians, and the case of asking the turkey people do you have a positive or negative view of America? And most of them were negative about 60%. And this predated and intensified, but did predate Donald Trump, so your point is right. It's very hard to work with 30 nations when the two by far the two most powerful are ambiguous about Russia, Russia's role in that part of the world, whether they would, if Russia goes, put it this way, and this is kind of a perverse thing to say, but if Ukraine was a member of NATO, you and I would be talking about the destruction of NATO because he would go in, I think, more readily, because on the supposition that somebody in Amsterdam or somebody in Barcelona or somebody in anchorage just wouldn't want to go die for Ukraine, even though they were obligated to as a NATO member..

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Why We Can't Just Ignore Putin With Victor Davis Hanson

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | 10 months ago

Why We Can't Just Ignore Putin With Victor Davis Hanson

"Professor Hansen, welcome back to America first. Thank you for having me. We have to talk about the. Change in approach between the two administrations, not just to Russia, but also to NATO. But first, can I tease you out on what a problem I have with my fellow conservatives. Some of whose shows you are on quite regularly as well, who are saying, well, Ukraine doesn't matter, it's an irrelevance. The southern border is far more important or what's happening in Canada shouldn't conservatives be able to chew gum and walk at the same time. Isn't it axiomatic that whilst what is happening in Canada is very problematic. While we have to secure the southern border, a nuclear armed bully doing the things he does in his neighboring region eventually is not good for Americans either. Please give us your analysis. Oh yeah, I agree with that. And I think maybe that's why I'm a couple of shows I've been on there less regularly than usual because Vladimir Putin wants to restore as it's kind of a trite thing to say, but it's true. The old borders of the Soviet Union. And he can't do it, sad because he's got a 100 million people fewer. And he lost about 30% of his territory, some of them richest of all. So he has to be predatory and opportunistic against his neighbors. So that's a constant. And so we can deter him. I mean, NATO has a billion people. It's got an economy 8 times larger than Russia. But he seeks weakness. And when certain occasions happen, when we were bogged down in Iraq, when we were at an economic problems when the price of oil skyrocketed in 2080 went into Georgia. And in 2014, no need to go through that again, but when Obama said, give me some space, it's my last election and I'll be flexible and missile defense where he invited them into the Middle East for the first time in 40 years or he told the Russians he assured them he wouldn't sell offensive weaponry to Ukraine. And then he at the same time trashed Putin by saying Russians can't do anything. They're inept and Biden took up that narrative when he was called Putin a killer and all of this may be true, but he was weak. So he said, if you're going to hack your 16 entities that you shouldn't hack or look at what happened in Afghanistan or when he kept saying, well, maybe there'll be a minor invasion. So there's a certain rules and that is when NATO pays their fair share in Germany and turkey are not freelancing and more favorable to Russia than they are with us when a president is quiet with a big club rather than loud with a twig, and when oil prices are moderate, then Putin is not able to go threaten his

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"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:34 min | 11 months ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"We're going to push this agenda. Given we only have a minute left in this segment with professor Hansen, given the figures for Glenn young in support amongst black virginians and Hispanic virginians, is that significant is the amount he garnered in the Commonwealth is that the trend we could see for the midterms? Yeah, it is significant Sebastian because juxtaposed to that statistic is a steady erosion in the white working class. And now because of the crime issue, the suburban proverbial, independent or soccer mom, and they don't have a margin of error. They lost the white working class. So they have to get extraordinary margins of minority communities to vote in blog. And when they don't do that, they're in trouble. And that's what the polls are reflecting. When today, there was a civic poll, and it was 35% approval, and that shows you that minority and suburban support is now bleeding. I shouldn't say bleeding hemorrhaging for Joe Biden. And I think the suspicion is when are people that are cool with cool heads going to enter to have an intervention? The question is, do they exist? That was gonna be my next question. We'll ask you to the next segment. The book is the dying citizen. We'll be back with professor Hansen after these messages. Portions of America first are brought to you in part by stand with Israel tour. He's not just the former president. He's a defeated former president. Defeated by a margin over 7 million of your votes. In a full and free and fair election, there are simply zero proof the election results are inaccurate. The angry old man saying there was zero proof of election fraud. That was Joe Biden today. If you enjoy this show, if you want direct access to me and content, you can't find anywhere else. Check out our new website. It's my locals community that's gawker locals dot com content that is exclusive to you if you join our community and direct access to me. Go to gawker locals dot com thousands have already joined you should be part of our family that's the locals dot com. We are back with professor Viktor Davis Hansen, author, most recently of the dying citizen how progressive elites tribalism and globalization are destroying the idea of America. Two questions just regarding that of that cut professor. First things first. Isn't it strange in any country to see ahead of state being so angry at the head of the opposition? Anger, true anger is that is that a winner in politics? No, it's not. And when they're trying now, you hear a house efforts. There's talk of house efforts of applying the Fourteenth Amendment that was intended to disbar former confederate officers from holding office in the future after the Civil War. That kind of stuff. It shows you an obsession of fixation, a paranoia about Donald Trump, and where I work, I have colleagues at the same way. They're fixated on Donald Trump, and they're why don't they just say, here's our agenda. It's superior to Donald Trump. But I don't remember George W Bush, bashing Bill Clinton all the time. And after the first year, even Barack Obama did not beat the dead horse of George W. Bush. And Donald Trump made fun of Obama, but after about a year, he was on. But this stuff is going to go on and on and on because they have no agenda. We've never had a first year of a presidency that's been this disastrous as far as the poll. The poll. It's not my view, or your view, it's the polls view. Yeah. And the polls are leaning left anyway. So when you see left wing Paul saying that he has no absolutely no support, you can see why he fixed states on Donald Trump. Let's talk about the second comment that he made there that there was a zero evidence zero national evidence of election fraud. A lot of so called conservatives punitive conservatives saying, we got to move on, can't talk about this anymore, talk about the next elections get ready, voter fraud is the third.

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"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"He is graciously staying with us for two more segments here on America first on the Salem radio network. He is on Twitter at the D Hansen and Victor Hansen dot com. I'm Sebastian gorka and this is America first. Oh, there he is. Where's my guy? Good job. How's your new show going good? Very well. I heard good. Yes, thank you, mister president. Welcome back. If you've had enough of the restrictions if you're prepared to travel, we've got our new dates. It's the stand with Israel tour. Join me with gymnastics in November, December this year ten days in the Holy Land for a trip that, well, even if you've been to Israel, you haven't been with me and dinesh book your tickets today for the trip of a lifetime call. 8 5 5 5 6 5 55 19 that's 8 5 5 5 6 5 55 19 or just go to stand with Israel tour dot com that's stand with Israel tour dot com. Professor Hansen noted, this is what the vice president had to say by way of comparison today. For the January 6th attacks. It's that occupy. Not only a place on our calendars. But a place in our collective memory. December 7th, 1941. September 11th, 2001. And January 6th, 2021. So two events that were done by foreign actors each of which killed 3000 individuals and an event in which one person died who was actually one of the protesters shot by a police officer. It leads me to this question professor Hansen. Is the Democrat party irrevocably disconnected from reality that they can make? A speech writer or speech writers had to write that. Somebody had to okay it and then the vice president had to read it. What does this tell us about that party? Yeah, I think our problem is that we're using these ossified terms, Democratic Party. This is not a Democratic Party. It's not Hubert Humphrey. It's not Bill Clinton. It's not even Barack Obama's who was a radical progressive. This is something different. This is if I use the French revolutionary term, it's a jacobin Neal Bolshevik party. And their idea is that the more the more radical you are, the more gains and power you accumulate. And when you fail, it's not because you were too extreme, but because you were not radical enough, we saw that after the Virginia setback, they felt the problem was that we weren't radical enough. So Kamala Harris and the other thing I don't understand this is that by mutual consensus, she's pulling about democratic Republicans together. She's probably in about 25% to 30% approval. And why would you put her out there with such nonsense because the stereotype of her is that she's historically ignorant and clueless about past and present. Then you put her out there and she confirms all of these generalizations about her. I don't quite get it. Why would they do that? It only makes it look more ridiculous. The whole.

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Is the Democratic Party Irrevocably Disconnected From Reality?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 11 months ago

Is the Democratic Party Irrevocably Disconnected From Reality?

"Professor Hansen noted, this is what the vice president had to say by way of comparison today. For the January 6th attacks. It's that occupy. Not only a place on our calendars. But a place in our collective memory. December 7th, 1941. September 11th, 2001. And January 6th, 2021. So two events that were done by foreign actors each of which killed 3000 individuals and an event in which one person died who was actually one of the protesters shot by a police officer. It leads me to this question professor Hansen. Is the Democrat party irrevocably disconnected from reality that they can make? A speech writer or speech writers had to write that. Somebody had to okay it and then the vice president had to read it. What does this tell us about that party? Yeah, I think our problem is that we're using these ossified terms, Democratic Party. This is not a Democratic Party. It's not Hubert Humphrey. It's not Bill Clinton. It's not even Barack Obama's who was a radical progressive. This is something different. This is if I use the French revolutionary term, it's a jacobin Neal Bolshevik party. And their idea is that the more the more radical you are, the more gains and power you accumulate. And when you fail, it's not because you were too extreme, but because you were not radical enough, we saw that after the Virginia setback, they felt the problem was that we weren't radical enough. So Kamala Harris and the other thing I don't understand this is that by mutual consensus, she's pulling about democratic Republicans together. She's probably in about 25% to 30% approval. And why would you put her out there with such nonsense because the stereotype of her is that she's historically ignorant and clueless about past and present. Then you put her out there and she confirms all of these generalizations about her. I don't quite

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"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"With professor Hansen. You've talked about what should happen. We should have a bipartisan open investigation. The thousands of hours of video tape from the CCTV system should be released. That will not happen. We know the January 6th committee as constituted is illegal. There are 7 Democrats to Republicans who are not nominated by the RNC. So given that reality professor, what are your expectations? Will this committee that has subpoenaed my phone records as well despite the fact that I didn't even speak on January 6th? Will this become an even more radicalized political tool and if so, given that this is a midterm year from the strategic perspective, is there not a significant danger of this becoming an own goal of this backfiring for the Democrats? I think it is what the subtext is, is there going to magnify and extend this date January 6th all the way for an entire year? Along with the demonization of the now out of office Trump and why are they doing that? You know better than I do and so does your audience that none of the issues that they are running on or can run on have majority support. A left wing poll today had Joe Biden's approval ratings at 35%. Everybody knows that they have nothing other than conspiracy conspiracy just as if they tried race race race, Ku Ku Ku take over takeover democracy is going to die die, but if we just keep sober and look at what's gone on the last 11 months, who are the people who are trying to end the filibuster and the Electoral College, dismantle the 9 person Supreme Court, get rid of the states, premising and establishing, according to the constitution, balloting laws and national elections. Who's trying to get rid of a 60 year old tradition of a 50 state union. These are revolutionaries, but it's not coming from a bunch of clownish people that assemble in stormed into the capitol. And most people deplored that because I don't like anybody violating federal property. I think it's a crime, and it should be punished, but let's go after the 14,000 people who were arrested who committed a lot of crimes. Where are the people who established an autonomous zone in Seattle and just created a safe space to commit a series of felonies? Where are they now? Are they in jail? Are they under indictment? Are they in prison? Who killed the 30 people in that? I haven't seen any

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Victor Davis Hanson Describes the Democrats’ Desperate Jan. 6 Spin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:37 min | 11 months ago

Victor Davis Hanson Describes the Democrats’ Desperate Jan. 6 Spin

"With professor Hansen. You've talked about what should happen. We should have a bipartisan open investigation. The thousands of hours of video tape from the CCTV system should be released. That will not happen. We know the January 6th committee as constituted is illegal. There are 7 Democrats to Republicans who are not nominated by the RNC. So given that reality professor, what are your expectations? Will this committee that has subpoenaed my phone records as well despite the fact that I didn't even speak on January 6th? Will this become an even more radicalized political tool and if so, given that this is a midterm year from the strategic perspective, is there not a significant danger of this becoming an own goal of this backfiring for the Democrats? I think it is what the subtext is, is there going to magnify and extend this date January 6th all the way for an entire year? Along with the demonization of the now out of office Trump and why are they doing that? You know better than I do and so does your audience that none of the issues that they are running on or can run on have majority support. A left wing poll today had Joe Biden's approval ratings at 35%. Everybody knows that they have nothing other than conspiracy conspiracy just as if they tried race race race, Ku Ku Ku take over takeover democracy is going to die die, but if we just keep sober and look at what's gone on the last 11 months, who are the people who are trying to end the filibuster and the Electoral College, dismantle the 9 person Supreme Court, get rid of the states, premising and establishing, according to the constitution, balloting laws and national elections. Who's trying to get rid of a 60 year old tradition of a 50 state union. These are revolutionaries, but it's not coming from a bunch of clownish people that assemble in stormed into the capitol. And most people deplored that because I don't like anybody violating federal property. I think it's a crime, and it should be punished, but let's go after the 14,000 people who were arrested who committed a lot of crimes. Where are the people who established an autonomous zone in Seattle and just created a safe space to commit a series of felonies? Where are they now? Are they in jail? Are they under indictment? Are they in prison? Who killed the 30 people in that? I haven't seen any

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"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 11 months ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Professor Hansen, welcome to America first. Thank you for having me. So let me just, I noted some of the words from that brand new video that has been posted on the Internet president Trump affected a coup an insurrection his supporters are traitors and brandishing AR-15s who are afraid of democracy, president Trump is demented. Just your reactions to those adjectives alone. Well, I criticize it as sort of a buffoonish riot, but insurrection and conspiracy are precise words. So let's just break them down. The FBI ran an investigation. They found no conspiracy. You can't have an insurrection unless people are armed. There were nobody that entered the capitol that it possessed or used a firearm. And we had headlines at 5 people died in an officer had been murdered. The officer Brian sicknick died of natural cause. We didn't find out for days. Because the media alleged that he had been bashed in the head by a Trump supporter or had suffered an allergic reaction due to bear spray by a Trump supporter. So what we were left with of that commercial was a 105 pound 14 year old 14 year military veteran ashleigh babbitt who was lethally shot for the crime of entering a window in the capitol breaking and entering either a low level felony or a misdemeanor. And we didn't get any information about the officer who shot her. So the whole narrative is broken down, but I like clarity. I like transparency. So I think the best thing that should do is have an independent commission. And let's get everything out. Let's get all of the videos. Let's get all of the communications about law enforcement between Democrats, Republicans, capitol police, administrators, everything. Get it out in a nonpartisan, not a congressional asymmetrical investigation, but an independent sort of Warren commission. Let's find out. And let's see if anybody was FBI informant. Maybe there were wearing. They were not. I don't

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Professor Victor Davis Hanson Breaks Down the 'Buffoonish Riot' of January 6

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 11 months ago

Professor Victor Davis Hanson Breaks Down the 'Buffoonish Riot' of January 6

"Professor Hansen, welcome to America first. Thank you for having me. So let me just, I noted some of the words from that brand new video that has been posted on the Internet president Trump affected a coup an insurrection his supporters are traitors and brandishing AR-15s who are afraid of democracy, president Trump is demented. Just your reactions to those adjectives alone. Well, I criticize it as sort of a buffoonish riot, but insurrection and conspiracy are precise words. So let's just break them down. The FBI ran an investigation. They found no conspiracy. You can't have an insurrection unless people are armed. There were nobody that entered the capitol that it possessed or used a firearm. And we had headlines at 5 people died in an officer had been murdered. The officer Brian sicknick died of natural cause. We didn't find out for days. Because the media alleged that he had been bashed in the head by a Trump supporter or had suffered an allergic reaction due to bear spray by a Trump supporter. So what we were left with of that commercial was a 105 pound 14 year old 14 year military veteran ashleigh babbitt who was lethally shot for the crime of entering a window in the capitol breaking and entering either a low level felony or a misdemeanor. And we didn't get any information about the officer who shot her. So the whole narrative is broken down, but I like clarity. I like transparency. So I think the best thing that should do is have an independent commission. And let's get everything out. Let's get all of the videos. Let's get all of the communications about law enforcement between Democrats, Republicans, capitol police, administrators, everything. Get it out in a nonpartisan, not a congressional asymmetrical investigation, but an independent sort of Warren commission. Let's find out. And let's see if anybody was FBI informant. Maybe there were wearing. They were not. I don't

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Victor Davis Hanson: Biden Talks Loudly and Carries a Twig

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Victor Davis Hanson: Biden Talks Loudly and Carries a Twig

"Professor Hansen, on this day of all days, at years after Pearl Harbor, would you put into context, the current news we are getting a readout right now from the national security adviser on the phone call between the Kremlin and between the current incumbent of The White House, how do you think that call went and when Biden says there will be significant economic consequences for Russia should it invade Ukraine how seriously do you think Vlad took that message? Not very seriously. Biden has a bad habit of talking loudly and carrying a twig. I mean, he's called Putin, a killer, he said he's looking his eyes and he's there's no soul there. That's what he feels. That's fine, but it would have been much wiser to be quieter. And then have real repercussions. The irony, of course, is they've accused Donald Trump of collusion in that hoax, and yet when mercenaries attacked us in Syria, he just killed 200 of them. He got out of that missile agreement that was asymmetrical. He flooded the world with oil that hurt Russia. And he sold offensive weapons to Ukraine, which Biden and Obama would not do and I don't think Biden will do it now. And I could go on, but it's very ironic that the president that even Ukraine seemed to be on easy with Trump, did more for Ukraine and more punitive actions against Putin than any president in memory and yet he was the object of this hoax that suggested he was a colluded with Putin whereas Biden has lost all deterrence partly because of Afghanistan, but also partly the fumes of the Obama Biden administration when they lost, as you remember eastern Ukraine and the Crimea because of the reset policies of Barack Obama and the tell Vlad ease up why I'm up for reelection, hot mic that was indicative of that entire

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"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Well, perhaps the biggest news of the day is the actual arrest, not a subpoena not an indictment, the arrest by John Durham's special counsel of the key individual behind the so called Steele dossier, nobody, none better to analyze it than the legal and political analyst for Fox News. The author of the Russia hoax and witch hunt host of the brief podcast, Greg Jarrett, welcome back to America first. Hey, Sebastian, always creepy in with you. So tell us first, let's start at the beginning. Who is Igor danchenko? Well, he's the fabulist behind the discredited anti Trump CA. And he's indicted in charge with lying to the FBI not once. But 5 times on 5 different occasions way back in the infancy of president Trump's term back in 2017. The FBI knew that the dossier was phony. They knew that Christopher Steele was not credible who composed the dossier. They'd fired him for lying. And yet they used the dossier and then chanko is a pre-tax continue their probe of Donald Trump. And July, the 5 succor to continue the spy and it's really pretty stunning, then Czech who was not some mysterious Russian agent operating in the bowels of the Kremlin is Christopher Steele, the ex British spy led everyone to believe. No, the guys are researcher at a liberal think tank the brookings institution in Washington D.C. that at the time was run by a long time friend and ally as Hillary Clinton G what a coincidence. It was Clinton in her confederates who invented the Russia House, framed her opponent and disseminated the information and then chanko was key to it and it turns out not only when he was interviewed by the FBI did he debunk the whole thing, but in the process he lied about who his real sources were. Now we don't know through the indictment yet who those real sources were. I wouldn't be surprised if they were people closely connected to Hillary

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"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"And when we only got a minute left of this segment, but professor Hans will be with us for another one. When you hear Democrats afterwards like van Jones, call young the disease, the delta variant of trumpism, it seems as if the Democrats haven't drawn any of the requisite conclusions. Everybody's wrong who says, well, they're going to learn and they're going to adjust. They're going to pivot. They might say that. But no zealot, no Jacob and no Bolshevik. No socials ever says after they lose support. Well, we weren't moderate enough. They always say it was a lack of extreme zeal. And that's what they're saying. We didn't call them racist enough. They cheated. This is. This is why we have professor Hanson on this. This is a historic fact. The jacobin. The Soviet communist, the camero rouge, never suddenly says we were wrong, let's dial it down guys. They actually doubled down and the infective, the vituperation continues. God bless the Democrats for not drawing the right conclusions. He's the author of the brand new book, the dying citizen will be back with professor Hansen after these messages. This is America first, and here's your host doctor so Bastian gorka. Would have won if you're a judge that had passed before election day. Well, I think we should have passed before election day. But I'm not sure that I would be able to have changed the number of very conservative folks who turned out and the red districts who were Trump voters, but maybe maybe. No, I know we did, but we also I was running against Donald Trump. That is the man who passed the title of president's interpretation of the victory. It was just I wasn't my fault. It was just young and mobilized people. Nothing to do with issues at all. God bless you. Keep thinking that we are back with none other than victim Davis Hansen, author, brand new book, whatever he writes by it, but the new one is the dying citizen in addition to the case for Trump that is more relevant than ever. And so excited. I've been behind the scenes. I've been wanting this to happen for a long, long time. Not only is he now the distinguished fellow at the center for American greatness, where he writes regularly you've got to read those articles. Is it true professor Hansen that you no longer write for the national review, something I was hoping you would decide to do for the last few months? You know, that's a very strange thing. I actually left on January 1 of almost a year ago, but I write a syndicated column that they picked up and so until a few weeks ago, months ago, it was almost people would say to me, why are you writing when you left your big column? I wrote to a week. And I said, I can't control the number of people who want to subscribe to the column. But finally, I think we worked out a thing where they're not subscribing for I'm not writing it. I mean, they're not picking up anything right. And we're not associated anymore. I think this is a fascinating thing we have to dwell on for a moment because this isn't Buckley's national review. Could you talk to us about what they got wrong and why you're not sad not to be published by them? What happened to this? This absolute pillar of conservative thought. I don't know. I have a lot of close friends there, then I was there 20 years and I owe a debt of gratitude in many ways, but I had warned them and they disagreed about it that 90% of their own agendas were championed by Donald Trump. And their argument that he was so crude and uncouth, I asked for empirical proof that tell me about the private live or the office, White House lie out life of LBJ or JFK or Bill Clinton to show me that Trump was cruder. And so I didn't get an adequate answer, and then there were the Covington kids things, the access Hollywood stuff that and lately, Trump is a monkey in a helicopter or Rush Limbaugh was after he died. There was a column about. So we disagreed. But my biggest disagreement was, I said that after the election was over, that Biden would be so bad and so predictably bad that they would be in a situation where they would end up as some other fiercest critics which would beg the question well if you agree so bad, and there was a way to stop him being so bad. Why didn't the magazine take that option? And I couldn't get an adequate response to that. So they're kind of I welcome the fact that they've been really hard on Biden's disastrous agenda, but it just leaves this question. They're very intelligent people. Why didn't they understand when people were begging them to see that that was inevitable if you sat out the election or you voted for Biden? And then you're going to have a credibility problem when you tell when your readers are suddenly told the Biden foreign policy is awful. The Biden tax thing is terrible. The Biden energy is terrible to buy and border is terrible. The critical waste thing is terrible. The Biden I ident on abortion is terrible. Well, yeah, because they're antithetical to all the physicians that you that you rejected because they had Trump's fingerprints on them. How much of this attitude from not only the national review stall awards, but from the so called never Trump a conservatives? Is that this is the first president in modern history who just wasn't interested in being approved or getting the stamp of approval from these individuals with decades long sinecures and the fact that he very clearly sent a message. I don't need you, and he didn't, and he won. Is it taking umbrage? Is it a pride issue? Yeah. It's even worse than that. I mean, and I'm included in there. He didn't know who we were. He didn't care. It wasn't that he didn't like us. He just thought the world has gone on pretty well for my 73 years..

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"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Is it true professor Hansen that you no longer write for the national review, something I was hoping you would decide to do for the last few months? You know, that's a very strange thing. I actually left on January 1 of almost a year ago, but I write a syndicated column that they picked up and so until a few weeks ago, months ago, it was almost people would say to me, why are you writing when you left your big column? I wrote to a week. And I said, I can't control the number of people who want to subscribe to the column. But finally, I think we worked out a thing where they're not subscribing for I'm not writing it. I mean, they're not picking up anything right. And we're not associated anymore. I think this is a fascinating thing we have to dwell on for a moment because this isn't Buckley's national review. Could you talk to us about what they got wrong and why you're not sad not to be published by them? What happened to this? This absolute pillar of conservative thought. I don't know. I have a lot of close friends there, then I was there 20 years and I owe a debt of gratitude in many ways, but I had warned them and they disagreed about it that 90% of their own agendas were championed by Donald Trump. And their argument that he was so crude and uncouth, I asked for empirical proof that tell me about the private live or the office, White House lie out life of LBJ or JFK or Bill Clinton to show me that Trump was cruder. And so I didn't get an adequate answer, and then there were the Covington kids things, the access Hollywood stuff that and lately, Trump is a monkey in a helicopter or Rush Limbaugh was after he died. There was a column about. So we disagreed. But my biggest disagreement was, I said that after the election was over, that Biden would be so bad and so predictably bad that they would be in a situation where they would end up as some other fiercest critics which would beg the question well if you agree so bad, and there was a way to stop him being so bad. Why didn't the magazine take that option? And I couldn't get an adequate response

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'The Dying Citizen' Author Victor Davis Hanson Explains Why He Parted Ways With 'The National Review'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

'The Dying Citizen' Author Victor Davis Hanson Explains Why He Parted Ways With 'The National Review'

"Is it true professor Hansen that you no longer write for the national review, something I was hoping you would decide to do for the last few months? You know, that's a very strange thing. I actually left on January 1 of almost a year ago, but I write a syndicated column that they picked up and so until a few weeks ago, months ago, it was almost people would say to me, why are you writing when you left your big column? I wrote to a week. And I said, I can't control the number of people who want to subscribe to the column. But finally, I think we worked out a thing where they're not subscribing for I'm not writing it. I mean, they're not picking up anything right. And we're not associated anymore. I think this is a fascinating thing we have to dwell on for a moment because this isn't Buckley's national review. Could you talk to us about what they got wrong and why you're not sad not to be published by them? What happened to this? This absolute pillar of conservative thought. I don't know. I have a lot of close friends there, then I was there 20 years and I owe a debt of gratitude in many ways, but I had warned them and they disagreed about it that 90% of their own agendas were championed by Donald Trump. And their argument that he was so crude and uncouth, I asked for empirical proof that tell me about the private live or the office, White House lie out life of LBJ or JFK or Bill Clinton to show me that Trump was cruder. And so I didn't get an adequate answer, and then there were the Covington kids things, the access Hollywood stuff that and lately, Trump is a monkey in a helicopter or Rush Limbaugh was after he died. There was a column about. So we disagreed. But my biggest disagreement was, I said that after the election was over, that Biden would be so bad and so predictably bad that they would be in a situation where they would end up as some other fiercest critics which would beg the question well if you agree so bad, and there was a way to stop him being so bad. Why didn't the magazine take that option? And I couldn't get an adequate response

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"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Victor Davis Hansen senior fellow at the Hoover institution at Stanford University and author most recent so many things. Anything with his name on it, buy it, but the dying citizen out now follow him at vide Hansen. Professor Hansen, welcome to America first. Thank you for having me again, Seth. So much to discuss, personal news on your front with regards to a very storied conservative publication, but let's talk about the events in Virginia of the last few days. My take is the following. I would like you to be the sanity check for this. We have seen 9 out of ten of the analyses post the young con victory have been incredibly sophomoric, very, very simplistic, basically half of them have said, this is an indictment of Donald Trump because young and isn't Trump and the other half said this is a victory for Trump because he's just like Trump and critical race theory, et cetera, et cetera. I think the truth lies somewhere in between a very cautious candidate who didn't go full America first. However, embraced a culture war issue much like president Trump, which propelled him to the top of the ticket, who is to blame or who gets the credit for this massive upset victory professor. I think you have it right. I think he ran more successfully or at least as successfully in those red counties of Virginia than Trump did. So he was able to get the base. He was able to keep the base because Trump endorsed him and he didn't no issue did he disagree with the Trump magazine. He might have downplayed abortion in the particular suburbs. But he didn't, and he thanked Trump and that he won. He said that I appreciate that. But Trump made it easier for him because let's face it, this ostracism of Trump on social media, boomeranged against Silicon Valley. Because Trump found out that when he wasn't commenting on personalities every day, that in time people are remembering his record and not what he tweeted. And his tweets bothered some people. Some people they encouraged. But the point I'm making is people looked at Biden's disaster's first 9 and a half months and they've said this was all self created. The opposite of what Trump did. So Trump's stature has risen the more I don't know how to say it because it's a contradiction or paradox, the more remote. It's almost as a Trump is everywhere in the mind of the Democrats, but he's nowhere on social

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Victor Davis Hanson's Take on Glenn Youngkin's Upset Victory in Virginia

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:41 min | 1 year ago

Victor Davis Hanson's Take on Glenn Youngkin's Upset Victory in Virginia

"Victor Davis Hansen senior fellow at the Hoover institution at Stanford University and author most recent so many things. Anything with his name on it, buy it, but the dying citizen out now follow him at vide Hansen. Professor Hansen, welcome to America first. Thank you for having me again, Seth. So much to discuss, personal news on your front with regards to a very storied conservative publication, but let's talk about the events in Virginia of the last few days. My take is the following. I would like you to be the sanity check for this. We have seen 9 out of ten of the analyses post the young con victory have been incredibly sophomoric, very, very simplistic, basically half of them have said, this is an indictment of Donald Trump because young and isn't Trump and the other half said this is a victory for Trump because he's just like Trump and critical race theory, et cetera, et cetera. I think the truth lies somewhere in between a very cautious candidate who didn't go full America first. However, embraced a culture war issue much like president Trump, which propelled him to the top of the ticket, who is to blame or who gets the credit for this massive upset victory professor. I think you have it right. I think he ran more successfully or at least as successfully in those red counties of Virginia than Trump did. So he was able to get the base. He was able to keep the base because Trump endorsed him and he didn't no issue did he disagree with the Trump magazine. He might have downplayed abortion in the particular suburbs. But he didn't, and he thanked Trump and that he won. He said that I appreciate that. But Trump made it easier for him because let's face it, this ostracism of Trump on social media, boomeranged against Silicon Valley. Because Trump found out that when he wasn't commenting on personalities every day, that in time people are remembering his record and not what he tweeted. And his tweets bothered some people. Some people they encouraged. But the point I'm making is people looked at Biden's disaster's first 9 and a half months and they've said this was all self created. The opposite of what Trump did. So Trump's stature has risen the more I don't know how to say it because it's a contradiction or paradox, the more remote. It's almost as a Trump is everywhere in the mind of the Democrats, but he's nowhere on social

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"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Them. Now, one general stood up and said, I was wrong. This project was going to collapse the way that we were approaching it and June and July and August. I'm sorry. I take full we haven't heard any of that. Instead, we are searching out mythical white supremacists. That's what we're doing in the military. The phrase you use spiritual weakness is a very powerful one. And I think it's provocative. Dictators, oligarchs, when they see spiritual weakness, they see opportunity, whether it's North Korea, whether it's Russia or whether it's China. Let's talk about. So here's the question you raise when it comes to the domestic elite having betrayed the working man having betrayed the middle class on both sides of the aisle and they did so over the last 50 60 years. This is JD Vance is he'll be the allergy. This is the forgotten man. They did this in collusion with a collaboration with the globalist or the globalist agenda. Can we spend a moment on that? Because the left was, oh, this is a dog whistle like cosmopolitan when you say globalists. But it really is a value system. When you say in league with the global agenda, who is that referring to professor Hansen? Well, I try to be literal and not just talking vagaries, but we have this Davos crowd. And that's too general in itself. So Klaus Schwab, the architect of Davos, is now on a project that he is entitled, the great reset. And he's written a book called the great reset in COVID-19 and his argument is that in this period of global crises, it's an opportunity to tell the world that you're on the wrong trajectory. And we've already seen some of their elements enacted. They've had a global consensus to charge a particular rate for corporate taxes. So a country like Ireland that once investment will not be allowed to do that. And these are rules that they envision that will transcend national sovereignty. And what are they? There are things like reduction in the use of petroleum or natural gas and emphasis on solar power. Even though we know that that will reduce, at least in the short term, the standard of living. It's diversity in the corporate boardroom, equity. And so we're going to do this on a national scale. And it's going to have credibility because the plurality. In other words, the more nations that are involved, somehow translates into a superior moral stance over the Congress of the United States. Even though, as I said earlier, half the countries in the world are not consensual societies. And I think even the claim they are about half of them are not. And so where this leads to is the International Criminal Court saying that we're going to file a suit against an American soldier for violation of what we call the rules of war or Anthony blinken said, you know, I don't trust our own adjudicators, so I'm having the UN come in and see whether we're acting in a racist fashion against our own people or the World Health Organization should supplant our own health agencies because they have more influence given Chinese money, even though they've said things that are completely bankrupt and with no credibility. But you can't be a constitutional republic and surrender your sovereignty or your choices or your options to a transnational group that has no credibility. I mean, we learned that I thought with the League of Nations. And it's always, as I say in the book, it was the word cosmopolitan is translates as global as it comes from the Greek citizen of the world. And people talked about the ancient world. Alexander the Great, so I'm going to bring a brotherhood of man, unite all the people under my benighted leadership. Napoleon said, I'm going to make a beautiful continental system to get rid of Hitler said the same thing. The common turn said the same thing. But it doesn't have a very illustrious history when we talk about global governance or surrendering American unique exceptional constitutionalism to I don't know what you'd call the global norm these days. Yeah, I think dictatorial latent dictatorial tendencies is how I label it. The book is the dying citizen just out order it now. It's already number one. That great American patriot Mike lindell, the inventor and CEO of my pillow wants to give back to you my listeners..

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Can a Nation Survive If Its Elite Hate What the Nation Stands For?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Can a Nation Survive If Its Elite Hate What the Nation Stands For?

"Professor Hansen canon nation long survive if it's elite hates what the nation stands for? Is that a too obvious a question for 2021? No, you know it can't. And we all know what can. It's even it's even more troubling. It can not exist unless what the Greeks call the meso or the middle people do not exist in numbers. And by that, I mean, you have to have a check on the power and the inside leverage of the wealthy and you can not be dependent on the government as the poor. But the middle class is what topical said that's what the federalist papers show. That's what Eric going back to Aristotle. You have to have an independent economically viable middle class. And that can be an independent truck driver or a small business person a teacher, but they have to have property. They have to be engaged politically and they have to be immune from the enticements and the threats of government and the

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"professor hansen" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Long live crazier. 2021 Professor Hansen. Welcome back to America first. Thank you. If you'll indulge me, let's start with a clip from somebody who is allegedly a former Republican. His name is Rick Wilson on it has to do with the events of the last eight days in Washington, D C and the ominous eight hours on Capitol Hill yesterday it's his qualification president and his supporters. Rick Wilson. MSC video Cut 15. Donald Trump is the leader of a terrorist faction of a terrorist group that terrorized the Congress. They accomplished their mission when it came to the Republicans, the ones who really believe in Trumpism. It's a handful. It's 25 35 of those idiots. You're the mat Gates, Jim Jordan types. Lot of the rest of them are just absolutely living in stark terror that Donald Trump's mob will come and kill them. I mean, that's not a country that we thought we lived in where the Warlord will send his minions at you if you don't agree with everything, he said. So the bait, um for you, Professor Rick Wilson says on a cable channel, he says Donald Trump is a terrorist in charge of a terrorist organization. And outside of a few idiots like Jim Jordan on Capitol Hill away, the other congressmen and women are fleeing for their lives. Is this the The unity and peace. We were.

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"professor hansen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's almost death invention. What do they want to do when they say the program? What does that mean? You put somebody in the cage and you put wires on the brain? Or you put him on North Korea type up for re education camp where they have tutors or you want to go back to the cultural evolution, where the word dunce cap. Was making the cane me. We're gonna cut, not try people, which is gonna put him down and get Malone sit for a year to go. It's really scary how quickly these people resort to these fascist tropes and images. When they think that they could get away with it. But our system is, you know the United with Ying and Yang reaction. Reaction and mark my words. There's going to be a reaction to all this and it's going to come in 2022. I think it's gonna be analogous 2010 reaction when they lost the large number of seats and crea 36 election because people will not put up with this. I don't want to miss on us. I don't know. Misunderstand you so You say there's no ramifications. There's no consequence with this. This incredible language of de programming and re education. Is that the fault off conservatives that we haven't pushed back and we haven't made language like that anathema. Where does the culpability like Professor Hansen? Well, I mean it. I think you're on the right pathway. I think that all of us know that. It takes a few people who speak out and say you're there has to be symmetry. We have to know what the rules are, if you burned down and loot a business in many apples, Or you break and burn a church and Washington and you try to go across the ground and get into the White House that is analogous to storming the Capitol, whether it's right wing or left when there has to be consequences. But when we don't do that, then people can say there is such a thing as good writing of that, right. Equal retired steam military. They gave all of these lectures. But under no circumstances should do ever call up the military into the civilian on riff situation, and these are people will actually burn the church, and they were headed toward the White House. Where they say Now. We have 20,000 visit from no theory on the streets him saying that since the Civil War, I haven't heard one. Military officers say this is outrageous. Notarized the nation's capital with 20,000. So when they do this, and so asymmetrical people get very cynical, and they said You know what? If you take over six blocks of Seattle in the raw, Simone, you carry us, You know something like a New York 18 or even AK 47 mollified rifle. Your warlord. Four people were shot into our killed. You're gonna get sanctuary and if you if you get anything Approaching that MMA capital, or we conservatives say we want you arrested. You did something very terrible, Your violent But the left doesn't do that rules. So the rules for the and not for me and there will be consequences. We talked to the Hoover Institution senior fellow at Stanford University.

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"professor hansen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is America first. And here's your host. Dr. Sebastian. Gorka. Welcome back. Dear friends. Welcome back. We have a very special guest with us. Victor Davis Hanson, senior fellow. The Hoover Institution joins us every week. Historian classicists. His latest work is the case for Trump, and he is written. One of his longest pieces of fabulous pieces are friends, Website, American greatness and greatness dot com. It's crazy, 2020. Is dead. Long live crazier. 2021. Professor Hansen. Welcome back to America first. Thank you. If you'll indulge me, let's start. With a clip from somebody who is allegedly a former Republican. His name is Rick Wilson. On. It has to do with the events of the last eight days in Washington, D C and the ominous eight hours on Capitol Hill yesterday it's his qualification. Of the president and his supporters. Rick Wilson, MSNBC video cut 15. Donald Trump is the leader of a terrorist faction of a terrorist group that terrorized the Congress. They accomplished their mission, but it came to the Republicans, the ones who really believe in Trumpism. It's a handful. It's 25 35 of those idiots here. The mat Gates, Jim Jordan types. Lot of the rest of them are just absolutely living in stark terror that Donald Trump's mob will come and kill them. That's not a country that we thought we lived in where the warlord will send his minions at you if you don't agree with everything, he said. So the bait, um for you, Professor Rick Wilson says on a cable channel, he says Donald Trump is a terrorist in charge of a terrorist organization and outside of a few idiots like Jim Jordan on Capitol Hill, all the other congressmen and women Fleeing for their lives. Is this the The unity and peace. We were promised. Out is not the version of it. Absolutely. The Joe Biden remember called me to us one of those global and compared them to the Nazi propagandist, and he's nominated somebody to be the head of the civil rights division who believe African Americans are genetically superior, the white so this is going to go on and on. And there's not, You know, it's it's hard when you say Okay, well, these people are in media and knocking to these Eugene Robinson was on them. That's in between the day. He said that Republicans, mostly white people, they have to be de programmed. Yes, you have in mind plans on duh. It's just what do you turn? You want to go? Turn the PBS because it won't leave the government of neutral. No, I mean they have a shot of a PBS lawyer. He basically said people should be putting counts. You wanna go the NPR and said, Well, you know, it's It's not a political radio station. They just had a do not too long ago very favorable interview with the author of Defensive Moody, So it's ubiquitous that sort of 360 degrees everywhere. Um, um I don't know how you stop it, except to confront it and take it on and these people One of the fascist. These people are in tall it once the people of the races. And we have to tell him about you and Rick Wilson has a long history of really terrible things, he said about people in a variety of context. He's made people front of people who accent that class. And that whole Lincoln Project and never trump bored People was kind of the repository of people who were very angry and felt their life hadn't worked out the way they had planned and then They have interest for barking at the moon and blaming everybody who I don't know what they had an election. Their candidate one in America would go on to the next election and four years and we've lived with it. We don't go out and try. Round up people and really put him on a list or something. Couldn't do enough or, well your novel or contemporary China. I have to. I have to. Oh, ask for your assistance Professor Hansen, because It's so hard to divine when, when, when? You know the math when you know that the incumbent received 10 million more votes than he did four years ago. When you know he has 74 million Americans who like him enough to vote for him. 89 million followers on Twitter when when you talk of reeducation of reprogramming as you say, How can you do that? In a sense? Wearing you believe it will lead to positive things for your side off the isle. Are we devoid completely off any historic perspective? Or or are these individuals? Utterly hostages to their own ideology. Uh, I e. Simple explanation is they don't understand. There's no such thing as the primes for them, And so they say these things when there's no Consequences. So Meghan McCain's of the prince's father, spread the relations steel doctor that the people who were arrested should be putting good mall. I think that sounds me and somebody will try to top it off. And so if he said reeducation camp, it'll need to be with programming on the PBS lawyer says show everybody should be put in camp. That if you're on the left, they assume that there's a complete lack of consequences for hate speech because they've prepped the battlefield for years and said hate speech changed the shape that you're guilty. And so everybody understands the from Africa a symmetry of the conversation if we're conservative or moderate. One word spoken or written away from career destruction If you're a left wing person, but I guess we would call liability in front. You can say whatever you want you becoming bold, um And becomes a race for the bottom. And that's what It's the world whom Gene Robbins and if anybody had just switched that, you know, I think the quote was something that Robinson said their millions Americans almost all white, almost all probably did somehow need to be the program or if he had said. Millions Americans after the Obama works from almost all black people of color, almost all Democrats in you said something terrible like that. You know, you should be ostracized. But now there's there's no consequence to this energy..

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"professor hansen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is Forum Michael Krasny. And we're talking about the Georgia run off a swell assed. What is occurring today? And Washington D. C. I'm not talking about the protests will try to keep you up to date on that. Obviously, we're talking about the certification of the bride, Biden presidency and With us is Richard Hasen, He's chancellor's professor of law and political science at U C. Irvine. School of Law. Can you have a, uh, give a sense from your perspective of when we might find out the results of the Osage collection? Theo's of Purdue race. Well, I think right now, um It's going, You know, It's always the last tens of thousands of ballots in a large state that the take the longest to count. Some of these are military overseas ballots that have extra time to come in some of these air just balanced that there wasn't enough time to count. Um, in the the first evening when when ballots were counted, there's tens of thousands of ballots left. Most of them are in democratic areas. The smart people I know who count who look at the vote counts. They suggest that not only is us it's likely to win, but he's likely to be able to win by more than a half a percent. Which is significant because if it's Within a half a percent. Then there's an automatic recount that is conducted on. I believe under Georgia law that if it's a above that threshold that you can't even request a recount. If you are a candidate who was on the losing side s O, you know, it may be a couple of more days. Even maybe into the weekend or at the beginning of next week before you're going, see news organizations that are going to be comfortable calling the race. I believe Georgia was called on the Saturday after Election Day for Joe Biden. So it could take that long. But I don't think the outcome is really in doubt. At this point. I don't think it's also likely to be in doubt that the Republicans will talk about a rigged election again. President Trump has already talked about a voter dump. I don't think the president understands to this day how the votes are counted and how they're revealed. He sees, for example, results coming in with Republicans leading and then suddenly Democrats lift up and he thinks there's a voter dumpy does not her stand. That is the order. It seems to be of the counting. But let me go to some of our callers Wanna hear from Dylan? Next? Dylan, you're on. Dylan, are you there? Yeah, Go ahead. So they're talking about I forget what the term is that essentially a bunch of people in the Bay area helped fund the campaigns for the people in Georgia. And I'm you know, I'm in support of that. I definitely like the are not enough for the concept that I support Democratic companies in all kind of dissolution party, however, is that something that commonly happens where people in other states fund campaigns and other space And if not, is that a president? We want that. No, it's in these certainly. Elections that are of great, Wait. A lot of money comes in from out of state in the Pax has said earlier by our guest. From the Washington Post. Dave Weigel, and certainly a lot of people are very active on the phones and active in going house to house before the pandemic. That's just the way elections and running particularly elections. That Are important in people's minds. Let me bring another caller on her win Joins us next win Good morning. Thanks. You know, I think it's a wonderful day to celebrate this election. But there's still some clouds on the sky that I think we have to keep in mind because of citizens United. We have to spend a half a billion dollars just to elect to senators. And Trump is not going away. He is already fomenting trouble going forward. So how are we going to run this country for the next four years in the divided states that we're doing right now? Professor Hansen. You wanna wait in and then? Yeah, well, I think that we are in a very difficult position. I'm actually working on a book right now, On the question of how we're supposed to run a democracy in this disinformation era, especially when you have this information about the election itself, and that this information is coming from a president or a presidential candidate. We're very divided. Long political and ideological lines, and the message is that people here on that they get through social media through cable news reinforce their worldviews and it Zbynek a situation where Biden is going to be coming into the presidency with millions of people believing the false claim that he has stolen the election. And when you think about what it takes for democracy to work, it's that we hold a fair election and that the losers while grumbling, except that election result as legitimate when you lose that you lose that very foundation of democracy, and I think we're headed for perilous times, even as Trump exits the presidency, Trumpism And just information about elections is going to continue Playing is very legitimate concern, Professor and a serious caveat. Let me read a comment from a listener name Andrew. It's a political analysis comment, he says, Let's not forget one of the big winners from today if the Democrats take control of the Senate Will mention he'll be able to wield a lot of influence and power. Being one of the few Democratic senators from a red state and having his crucial vote in the future will be critical on a question from Todd, Go to you on this professor Hasen Tons has given the open sedition by the group of 12 Senators protesting Certified elections is there are processed on seat kick out invalidate these actors without consequences There could be No healing. Good job. Georgia tied rights. I think that there may be political consequences. It's not clear to me that there will be and indeed there may be political consequences for those who refused to join in the objections but in terms of any kind of legal action or sanction There's something in the Constitution called the speech or debate glove, and it basically says that you can't take someone to quarter or take them to another forum. If they're in the house or the Senate, and they're being Attacked for what they do in that body. They have a kind of legislative immunity, which is an important thing. You want senators and members of Congress to be able to act in line with their consciences. But that doesn't mean that even when someone takes a reprehensible position Like repeating the false claims that the election was stolen are rigged. And that object to perfectly valid electoral college votes. There is no legal answer to that question. If people don't like it, they need to work against those, uh representatives and try and get them replaced in the next election. What do you thoughts Professor Hasen on that comment. I read before about the enormous power of conservative Democrats of stuff wins. Well, it's first of all, you know, I think there's going to be too big differences with even a razor thin Democratic majority. The Senate number one, You're not going to have a Republican chairs. We're going to be running investigations into Biden. It's much harder to do that in the minority and number two. Biden is not going to have to spend a lot of his early days trying to Get through his nominees. That's going to go much more smoothly on so that will give him more of a chance to work on his agenda and also gives Democrats a chance to things like clean up. You know, technical language in the Affordable Care act, which could then moved a Supreme Court case that is now pending over whether the whole act has to fail because of A repeal of the mandate in that law, so there's a lot that Biden is going to be able to do totally apart from You know, kind of the more ambitious legislative agenda that's going to help him get a start. But I do think that when it comes to legislation such legislation that I support which would strengthen voting rights, it's going to be the conservative the most conservative members of the Democratic Party, as well as some of the more liberal members of the Republican Party who might cross over. We're going to wield a lot of power on how far things are going to go on how quickly they're going to move. I don't want to read some emails were coming in a lot of enthusiasm from listeners..

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"professor hansen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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04:54 min | 2 years ago

"professor hansen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And newborn child were alone inside as they were being intimidated by anti fur. So Eric play video. We're not gonna let people polled our democracy hostage. We're not gonna let him in friends on our rights. Every ballot that's accounting. It is over. So when democracy under the top we'll do when democracy is under attack. What do you want me to go? No, let me start it. First, people cut across out come into our community DD We're not going to allow these fascists to come to our communities as they stand there with a bullhorn on his property. On the front porch of Senator Holly's home, Professor Hansen. Your latest piece, we're gonna post it now on our Twitter and Facebook feeds defenders of civilization and and you respond exactly that this kind of phenomenon you put it in the context of these schools that are now being renamed from Abraham Lincoln. And you, you positive You asked a very simple question. What happens if one principle just a single superintendent. If a few parents three board members say Nope. We are not a raising Lincoln's name. No way. No How Why is that? Not happening? And isn't that why we are seeing these scenes outside the senator's home? Thanks exactly why, and logic of the Bolsheviks? That's the logic of the committee of public Safety there in Iran terror of the French Revolution. That's the logic of the Salem witch trial, but Being a small minority terrifies and build up. On atmosphere of hysteria that everybody feels that if they accuse somebody else or keep silent, they'll be okay. And they don't really take a deep breath and say, You know what? We can crush these people. We all stand together. It is a felony to threaten a public official and depressed 1000 to commit band wasn't going or property so all you would need is one call security attorney anywhere. Any of these big cities. You know when they burned the courthouse important, are they going into Seattle and occupied? Almost swallowed the downtown and they destroyed many albums. Just one person said. This person cross the state line to come into a man and they do and charge him with interstate racketeering or whatever those are federal felonies with long prison sentence. And just indict some of these 20 something year old, middle class kids and antiques When I think it would stop very concerned that deal in every time they go into a restaurant, and they push people on assault people charged him with assault. And see how long that lasts. I think you would stop the whole thing very quickly. So is it just isn't just the age old. Salins off leadership. I mean, you have written the seminal works such as the soul of Battle. Is it just waiting for that example to be set? Jr. The proverbial whiff of grape shot. I guess they sort of Napoleon. But somebody has to stand up and say We know what We're not gonna take this anymore than people will rally when I was a young kid. There was a guy I don't remember saying Hi. Hi. Hi. Hi. Hi, Okawa. He was a San Francisco linguistic professor. And they did this exactly what you're describing it. Sampson School ST bullied people, child it and they violated all the pre speech rules shouted into classrooms disrupted and he With this mild manner. You know 50 something linguistics professor That was American, and he went right on. He just pulled the wire out of the thing and said no more, and they elected him. California Senator. He became a national iconic figure way have we have one really left? And I have to ask you this because everybody wants to know what VD H things. Do You think we might be close to those examples being set my average Americans? Could we be near to that moment? Yeah, I think we're gonna be a lot going to see a lot of heroes in the next 60 days. I think there's gonna be a lot of people They're gonna say you're not not carry on this statue. You're not going to cancel this class. You're not going to destroy this person's reputation and see what happens and I will. Bet you of that There's no popular support for this revolution. But this revolution will win of people don't stand up and speak out. But I have to say That thought excites me, not in a perverse way. Good to finally see. Courage upon which this nation was built echo down to the current situation. You heard it here first from Victor Davis Hanson. The hero's coming. God Bless you, sir. Happy New Year He's the author for the case for Trump Going to post his article. Right now, you must read it. Defenders off civilization at American greatness, got dot com. This is American. First your calls Next here on the Salem radio network from the relief factor dot com studios..

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