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"rahim hassan" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"rahim hassan" Discussed on 790 KABC

"40% off today. Dan Bongino. What center ourselves again. So here's the path vote. We must flip Arizona. There's a better than good chance that could happen. Secondly, we have to expose this fraud in Pennsylvania right now. Part three is more of a cornucopia of potential good news. Folks. We need to expose a very strange pattern of voting in places like Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona and Wisconsin. What do I mean? I'm gonna discuss two things. I'm going to discuss Bedford's law number one and number two. I'm going to discuss the strange undervote first before I get this national Poet Pulse article, which is terrific by Rahim Hassan will be in the show notes. Please. Check it out, exposing the strange strange anomalies and voting part three. Let's talk about Milwaukee first. Ladies, gentlemen, What if I told you and I have it from? The most reliable Wisconsin source. I have a man who has been there. Who knows his stuff and nose Wisconsin better than anyone that although the population of Milwaukee, Wisconsin has been relatively stable, has not grown dramatically. That Joe Biden, a historically unpopular candidate. That Joe Biden received 100,000 roughly more votes. Then Barack Obama did in and around that Milwaukee area. So, Barack Obama Whether you Love this politics or hated a month. Pretty obvious, right, Stan? Was a pretty transformative figure for the Democrat they love. The voter turnout was through the roof. You're telling me That this bumbling idiot Joe Biden, the beheaded the Biden crime family, a guy who couldn't get out of his own way. A guy who I mean, really stumbled through his entire campaign with mishaps and nonsense. You're telling me this guy got 100,000 roughly more votes in and around that area. Then Obama did. Putting aside your Oh, that's strange for a moment, because who knows? Maybe it could have happened. We don't Promote things without evidence here. What's fascinating is when auditing companies and others When they look at people's financial statements, one of the things they can use. It's not just for auditing. By the way, it's a phenomenon that's difficult to explain. So I'm gonna try to make it simple. It's called Ben Furs Law. They can use this, Paul, you haven't heard this year, right? Joey, this is interesting. Know someone called me about this this weekend. I'm not pretending to be an expert on it. So forgive me if I screw up the details of it, the minor details, But the general umbrella theory here is correct. Let's say you go into a place like Bernie Madoffs finance. Remember, Bernie made off the fraudster convicted of defrauding investors. Bernie Madoff was not trading stocks for them. He was making it up. He was just printing up like I bought you 1000 things of Microsoft. It was totally maybe bought nothing. When they go in and look at those stock transaction records, one of the things they can use the thing called Bedford's Law. Binford and analyzed data data sets like this, and one of the things he figured out was the presence of certain numbers will appear in a pretty standard distribution. In other words, very simply. The chances of a one being the first digit In a data set is a whole lot higher than any other digit It's weird. If you even were to look up and put in a spreadsheet, Random street addresses from around the country. The statistical likelihood that the first digit the addresses one is much higher than anything else, OK, any kind of distribution like that the chances of it being a one at the beginning our fit a pretty standard distribution. If those made up stock transactions don't have a certain number of ones and zeroes in them. The chances are they're just made up. What if I told you when you look at some of the voter data at Wisconsin? That Binford Law's saying It's not possible. There's no Joe. There's no evidence we're all created. No, no, Everybody just sit down and concede. Just concede the surrender Caucus already white flag No, No, I'm not ready for that. Thank you. Weird that accounting firms and others uses Bedford's law. And although it doesn't prove fraud, it indicates that something weird is going on with the digits and the numbers. What if I told you the voter distribution of stuff that it seems to be shaky on the whole Bedford's law front and the fact that all these people turned out for Biden? You didn't turn out for Obama in a city whose populations been really stable, Hella weird, innit? So when you combine Ben First law and the presence of ones and zeros seems anomalous in the Wisconsin vote. The fact that all these people seem to vote for Biden, who didn't even vote for Obama, which is weird, Considering how bad Biden sucks. That's really strange When you combine that with this national pulse article by Raheem Kassam and others. You start to see more anomalies. National pulse, Raheem Kassam and Natalie Winters. This article will be in the show notes. Please read it. This is like flipping a coin and getting heads. 100 times. Statistic Buff scrutinized Biden's victory. Air quotes, numbers Statisticians. We're looking at this going ahead. This doesn't sound right. What do they mean? I'll get to a screen shot from this piece in a second, but folks when I ran for Congress in Maryland When we want and then lost on a recount, or an absentee can Excuse me. It was weird because when you run for Congress who is at the top of your ballot if it's a presidential election, the president so the way it works on a ballot is if there's a Senate race in your state It goes president at the top Senate congressional races or every two years or they're they're so whatever congressional race, urine President Senate congressional race, and then it usually goes down from their state delegate, county councilman, I live in an island we have a local elected for they're usually at the bottom and then come the balances. Everybody tracking That nothing will make sense for you to understand that so at the top is always the president in descending order of the importance of the office. In every election, there's a predictable percentage of undervotes. Or what some people call roll off. In other words, some people just go in to vote for the president. They don't vote for Senate..

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"rahim hassan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"rahim hassan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Impeachment I'm Jason Miller joined with Rahim Hassan here Steve K. band was on earlier in the show and will be back for war room pandemic if the top of the hour or he wanted the back to what mark meadows was talking bout with Ireland in the whole dynamics night with the the coxes and have the opportunity to this four years ago on the Republican side and go through it and this is really unique if you haven't gone through it's different than election day the typical action day for most folks around the country the no polls open seven in the morning eight in the morning go until seven or eight PM you go in you cast your ballot and then you had home or in some states now you have a lot of vote by mail where people get upwards of three four weeks in advance whether their absentee or some states are all vote by mail now with caucuses and this is really the first primary contest of the season you show a consensual your local precinct you go in there and you when they say **** is because you get togethers literally one corner of the room here for all the Bernie Breaux's go this corner of the room here's where the one bite and personal go this corner rooms were mayor Pete in the kind of if people go and they organize they get together and then they tallied up and see where they are but if you're not at fifteen percent in there then your candidate drops in and then people are free agents now sometimes campaigns will get a little bit cute strategic rise on this maybe sometimes it's a candidate who wants to be someone's V. P. or to candidate wants to be like a club which are should be a great secretary of education in our HHO Sir I'm sure she might she might be angling for for something they all decide where they want to go next that's where the real intense battle starts and that is where the organizational skills really matter it's so that's regular season the hand to hand combat so someone like eight so it was just a regular primary contest Bernie Sanders would walk out with a win tonight but if you have a club a sharp drop the job judge drop out I think people get about fifteen percent I think just from from what I see in the morning ridge that has anything to say about it yeah so was was gonna pull for a minute so well let me just just jump in real quick here on the point you just make is this is something that I didn't understand yesterday and and bill McGinley came in yesterday for the show and explain this to me over the course of an hour and I feel like an expert as a result and we got a lot of compliments on yes they shows it thanks to bill McGinley and and and all of those of you who have who tweeted and mailed in support for that episode it was a really really a mas the claws and he's done this is an old hand at conventions and and and all of the stuff he understands our head delegate wrangler back in the two thousand sixteen campaign so he's he truly knows a stuff and especially the the voting integrity and all those trying to get him to the default if you inside stories from that so maybe you know stick around for more warm impeachment next time you have it we have bill McKinley on maybe we'll have some of the inside gossip on how that all went down on the floor the RNC but he knows his stuff in this area and he explained to me as you just did and and we went into some detail on it the the interesting part to me is this a factory transferable vote is what was saying this very European way of doing things actually give the gold across the continent they have elections were you pick you pick your first choice if your first choice doesn't make the mock you get you get you second choice counted and what will be interesting to see is the info graphics that come out as a result of this you know like you say Khloe Charles yeah seven percent of global jobs but went to this person and fifteen percent of the vote went to this person it will really give you an idea as to the way that with the base stands with the Democrat base stands in the activist stand on where they will that was too good because like you said well there may be some strategic rising around this stuff up a lot of people will go with that gun as well we'll go with the instinct will go with the hall in it matters also where your neighbors and your friends are because if you see your friends it literally your neighbors next door like you know what their peak got knocked out Amy got knocked out I'm gonna go to Bernie guys and another person might be wow boy a more of a Biden person but since I see my neighbor it maybe maybe they have a good read others you think this works against Bernie yeah I think so it's interesting I think some of the big key there is a for some reason things were to fall out for was with warnings I think there was with ward people out of a would go to Bernie but I do think that there is those candidates were taken the the more centrist position might gravitate toward another centrists and also keep in mind is still a lingering feelings from the burning versus Hillary contest from four years ago as we see Hillary Clinton popping off and say maybe things about Bernie and everyone in the democratic establishment is trying to steal this nomination for Bernie well the reason I think it might go the other way I it might work in Bernice favor is because of my experience with the sort of transferable vote will second preference votes systems is that people will use the second chance in the second preference in the second vote to express support for an enormous stop assignment candidate to say Hey I went with what you guys and what the establishment wanted me to do is number one they didn't quite make the mall I went with the with the more acceptable face of the Democrat party the first choice it didn't work and so now I'm going to go with something that is you know a little bit out there you know try a little bit something different that's how that's how the experience I've had in the six situations work and the other part two is people want to be with the winner people don't want to throw their vote away and so if their candidate is knocked out there's also a chance to they go and say I would be a first place art that go to commercial break we'll be back in just a moment war room impeachment we'll.

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"rahim hassan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"rahim hassan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Trade is is not on the table this isn't like some fantasy football trade out on the campaign trail former vice president Joe Biden told Iowa voters she also testified this is a constitutional issue and we're not going to turn into a farce into some kind of political theater president trump while traveling overseas in Switzerland said he'd love to be at the trial sort of love sit right the front row and stare their corrupt faces but Democrats argue if president trump isn't held accountable it will set a dangerous precedent for future presidents there is no remedy for such a threat but removal from office of the president of the United States if impeachment and removal cannot hold him accountable than he truly is above the law on Capitol Hill Camille Burnell reporting and we'll talk about this evening with the your calls of course at one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six Bible five four six two six and also with our guest in this portion of the program Raheem because Saddam is a political commentator and duck he's here to talk about among other things of the impeachment trials under way thank you for joining us tonight thank you for having me let's let's start with just an overview of of where we are and how we got here your your take on all of this cool gosh I think there's probably not enough time in the day for awhile have how we go ahead yeah certainly where we are at the moment is is he is he is he points out the end of the first hole base proper days opening arguments from the opera house that manages the Democrats laying out a a a a pretty compelling narrative this fall or is there evidence in the in the house side of things is gone the seven thousand all pages that very few people have actually gone through and and read it knocking it safely hold my hand up and say that I am one of them who's going through all of the things when they lay out this case effectively the that the president you know put put the screws all the president of Ukraine in order to elicit this United States quid pro quo it was originally called and then it turned into all sorts of other things resulting in those two articles of impeachment now what we heard today it was it was a pretty tight although it was it was a long day was still pretty tight rendition of all of the evidence that came out of the the depositions the public testimonies and some of the evidence that's come out since the emails from the office of management and budget that we heard about but really the the focus is your call center the focus of the lost twenty four hours is really been well we can hit anything new in this alternate is increasingly seems like we're not going to hear anything particularly new we may get the old email you'll there are what sample text message chain here or there but broadly speaking I think I think that the public is seeing this they see the fundamentally you have a set of people the Democrats and and what is known as the foreign policy community in Washington DC we disagree on the policy the president trump was pursuing in Ukraine disagree fundamentally with with a change in policy tools you crank now how that policy was communicated might well be the subject of some debate and may well be the subject of some court hearings well I don't think there is a compelling case for the removal of a president and that's why you're not really seeing any shift you didn't see any shift yesterday on the party line votes as to how the procedure would occur and you don't really get to see any changes I think in the in the process is is that the car is all the question for trump legal team who often times the set of lawyers its chemical full to the political ability and and lay out a political narrative like Adam Schiff and the other house managers did today you know ships stood there like a trial lawyer and and laid out the case as to what he thinks our with these four he wants the public to think happened with Ukraine all all trucks ability the White House counsel in J. secular are they going to be able over the next forty eight seventy two hours to lay a compelling narrative counter narrative back because what this comes down to isn't actually they think these two articles of impeachment they're actually hinged heavily on anything that has basis in the constitution a little piece of power played and then there's obstruction of Congress which is you know which is anyone's guess as to you know how that would be prosecuted but really what this is for the Democrats yeah is it's a it's a show Hey can we convince the public not to vote for this actually that is precisely what this is all about if you don't for example it did the very essence of of some of the things involved here they they say that the president imperiled our national security by delaying for his own reasons a transfer of lethal aid to Ukraine doubt if he imperiled national security by the laying the transfer of weapons then what did president Obama do by refusing to send any weapons at all well they go and they say well the essence of the the president's crime is that he demanded a quid pro quo he passed word to the incoming presidents Lynskey that'd be did not hold a press conference to announce an investigation of a the bidens that he is old he would not give the arms add nor the oval office meeting he had requested and so did the Lynskey hold a press conference no did he announced Ukraine was investigating the bidens dole they get his oval office meeting yes did you get the U. S. weapons yes four hundred million dollars worth so it is a little thin and places it would seem to me is very thin and and Jonathan Turley who is one of the one of the constitutional lawyers that the cold up there in the house process and said the same thing is the very being layer of of of evidence may have an entry Rachael being very thick the thinnest ever he said it back I think but his here are the questions that the the now that's the legal argument that you make that against this and that's fine I think it I think all people seem to appreciate that that is the case well a lot of people aren't convinced of right now is that the president didn't do something either in moral or ethical now again folks leaving the impeachment thing is high because it's not so grounds to impeach the president also has to go back and you mentioned a bomb or the blankets he sent right into the into the water if I can't sleep in that I mean a bomb helped to sold out for remember don't not just not just pull the helping what they call an ally by the way you crane is not a U. S. allies fallout officially although we did sign a treaty in nineteen ninety one along with Britain Russia and Ukraine guaranteeing the territorial integrity of the newly independent Ukraine which has obviously not been fulfilled and Bill Clinton was the president who signed that and that and that's again Ole Ole well and good but does not count as a and the lawyers goes both ways there's not there's nothing on paper that says to go up there and say this is the U. S. a district that public ally is is a false it it's a strategic partner in that treaty she did not she did you call the ship what we have to what the public has to be aware of now is how we ended up in the situation in the first place what happened I was in here in the modern square in two thousand thirteen when this revolution was taking place so everything first John McCain on the stage and all and and what the public has to be aware of is that this was a state department and Obama Clinton policy to bring the war to the Ukraine Russia border to push Russia back to expand NATO's influence and expand the European Union by taking Ukraine into that I think is it is critical that the defense of president trump get into that so that the public is aware Hey this isn't just a policy dispute the policies after another major failure by Washington DC's foreign policy establishment right now we are want to get a call or two here for our guest as well Rahim Hassan is our guest one eight six six five oh jumbo and and the calls them from Butler Pennsylvania good evening and the good evening jumbo good evening Bremer I believe that's correct right because Saddam that's right now thank you well first off I get a little confused because people talk about an impeachable offense and I get the impression impeachable offenses whatever house besides it's going to be so we are saying you didn't give me you commit an impeachable offense I don't think he did but apparently they can make it up on a whole cloth and that's perfectly fine but if we're going to do that and they're gonna scream if they want witnesses I want Adam ship because I think he's the head of making stuff up to come up with charges the charge of president with so I don't care that he's the house's lead prosecutor really great to be a witness I think they they get they get no one I would not I would note that Ken Starr was so questioned by Democrats back during the Clinton impeachment of he was one of the prosecutors so there's precedent for that Raheem I thought about that but thank you give this guy is this good also to the beginning of of this of this process as we've seen over the lost yet a so called whistle blower the full intention purposes if he is to be a positive sign who who who was working in the in the in the in the intelligence agencies impulses who is pasta along information about this phone call then describes this phone call in a in a complaint to the inspector general but at the same time he's working with Adam ships team that we don't know for sure who's worked with Adam Schiff himself it's sort of it's beyond belief that he also but let's just say I'm just right and Adam shifting having to do it with any I'm just she so the problem with that well Adam Schiff still have to speak to that and actually the whistle blower should have to speak to his or her actions in this whole process as well and and that's what we do we hear about the witness exchange you know home to bite it isn't really the holy grail in terms of with this is that the Republicans should be willing to call it should be the whistle blower because it's from the whistle blower that we would get the full idea of how this whole thing came to call it would get away with the Chinese whispers along the way who do you work with and then we can say okay we know now that you work with ship stayed let's hold up and ship out there although one thing I I would vote I would that would add would be the fact that the United States and Ukraine have a nineteen ninety nine treaty promising that they'll cooperate with each other on questions of corruption and the vast bulk of that presidential phone call was about corruption in general the Biden's were added only as an afterthought and by any evidence of any objective observer hunter Biden is the poster child for corruption involving the two countries so there was every reason to to talk about him and his father since it with his father's influence that Biden road hunter by it was apparently peddling and they should both testified hunter and his father well into and just to add to that also you have to you have to also questioned you know we heard a lot today from from from Adam Schiff in the other house managers we heard this was the president attempting to extract undue influence and and gain in the fall to each in the twenty twenty election well why would an investigation into the following the two trump having an unfair involves each unless the boy into done something wrong unless there was something within the Ukraine with interest move the oil company and within that whole militia which would implicate them in some way yeah more to come we'll take some more calls talk to more with our guests in this portion of the program it is Raheem Kasab a political commentator one eight six six five oh Jimbo our number will be back in a moment.

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"rahim hassan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

10:19 min | 2 years ago

"rahim hassan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Week from nine AM to ten AM alive until the date after the acquittal exoneration of Donald John trump the forty fifth president states that only yards from us was impeaching December eighteenth and now the trial of the century starchefs today and we are kicking off today for the opening arguments are joined by Rahim Hassan my wing man of UKIP and breaks it fame Jason Miller is on assignment today and we're very honored to have from the Hoosier state senator Mike Braun who is one of our first guest back in October in really everything that you had had to say back then as well come true is gonna get into for the transfer to create networks Salem radio network America's voice the number one platform stream platform from the truck movement and newsmax TV on now and seventy million homes thanks to the great efforts of Chris ready in the team down in Florida episode one twenty seven okay we finished up here is one fifty in the morning for him I think it finally ended but it came to a close but we're very lucky to have you the components inside the room when you've had a great strategic sense of how this is all going to play out senator but put us in the room yes let's start at the lunch because the Mitch McConnell blank or is this people you know a couple things happen importantly their number one I think that is spread over three days instead of two number two nothing it was going to be a no close sessions everything public I think also evidence would be the evidence from the from the house and would be admitted right away how did that come about how was the discussion how did Mitch McConnell does okay got bling saliva so my pondering there was did he set that bar there to negotiate a little bit away from it because those were not a big deal when it came to the idea of what you mean big deal well when I was a house evident to to a house of instruction of that just going into the record rather than making an option for discussion that to me was not much to talk about and then when it came to that idea do we have three days or two days now that we've been through the first opening salvo I think it's wise to do it over three days I'm one that can take probably I get up early go to bed late I'll never forget the first time I met the president we were comparing notes on my dress code casual blue shirt and I happen to mention and I do not use an alarm clock I didn't today and got with about four and a half five hours is said is very Hoosier out of me with well I only need four to five hours because I said five to six so I was off but I think all of that stuff didn't make sense because my opinion here when you talk about the strategy of what's on far away is that they know the case is weak they know the outcome there now playing into the Senate races in twenty twenty and they want to make an excruciating when this next round occurs when we do take votes on witnesses and further docks and we saw how they played last night they're playing to the TV to the public even though it's odd that listening to war room impeachment because they understand that the that the you're not you're not the jury the jury's the American people's act and the audience is a global audience I mean you're you're there watching this in Davos the two things are watched endeavors three things to watch in the president trump the impeachment trial and Greta right it does but I want to go back to the store do you think that the the headlines this morning from Yahoo and fall this is that pets of Bologna in the team got mauled yesterday do you think we got out lawyer or is it a difference in focus but you know Pat stood up and he's a fabulous lawyer but Rudy was on here last night saying Hey you saw appellate court verses a trophy patched up to give a very reasoned intense opened but it was three minutes long right he sat down and then shift stands up I think was fifty five minutes and he lays out to get there they're laying out their case understanding that the global audience and even the American audiences coming to this for the first time that is true this is our first time in prime time I don't think the house proceedings worth that but they are making their case we talk about a little bit pre interview time of possession clearly they want to use every minute of it they also are playing I think to the public as it relates it's to the swing state races so I think when you look at all that did they over play in the sense that we heard the same thing through those forty five minutes to an hour of discussion and we did get off to maybe a little bit too much of a legalistic approach and a little short but I think as it went on how how how how how far were we in the ship's opening salvo when you were thinking I think we got a problem here did that ever occur at all but one female I mean it was obvious I was about twenty minutes into it I said he's argue his entire case that's not a bad approach into the first hour how do you think that was playing to the public even in California that went to bed because they weren't getting any new marginal information they were then getting top notch CM in hearing everything that they were re hashing but I think it's an interesting strategy I believe that we came on strong they had to kill later and later in the evening we do our later yes I thought the passion was there and we have him being on the Jay secolo she went into the area yes I really do the little a little the headlines as Steve says talk about the the quote unquote molding yesterday but again this is the seem to be had lies created in maybe the first hour of the stage top two hours of yesterday's gets the stuff I've no doubt that a lot of people watching that and they saw Adam Schiff and they thought okay this is an impressive person as far as presentation is concerned but said it's a what did you think about the the Democrats use the house managers use all of the used a lot of slide shows a lot of clips a lot of videos in there yesterday and a lot of them extensively out of context for instance we we talk with Rudy about this last night the clip about the president say you know I have an article to I can do whatever I want with specifically him speaking at a conference in speaking about his ability to hire and fire people as as the constitution allows it but the the Democrats to taking things like that presenting them out of context and as you say as you both note people chewed in for a little bit are you worried a tool that that picking up on that this seeing that and go to a well we didn't realize the president said this if you take it by measurement of time only and then that want to see how that plays out over the next few days but it was a pedantic approach of visual aids an hour long boring lecture and if anybody was in there for any amount of time they were going to sit through that and I think the real action this was kind of a process day the real fireworks little we had mark meadows you yeah you you came in here like the third or fourth show yeah this back in October and you were already quite focus because you were looking down range is gonna be a problem meadows said in here a couple weeks ago and said Hey he had just gone talk the Senate that most of the senators were very detach from any of the details here right he was briefing guys and was sitting there going pretty shocking how they just had decided and their staffs not to focus on yesterday and doctor he was born they stood up and had very well thought through and and the course the going to select a curator on stings and cut cut the clips I mean they had a very selective with these four full on presentations hit the next flight hit the next video and if you saw the desk their desk had piles of paper and binders and they going through it and our guys deaths were were were clean and neat right it seem like they were much more focused on the theatrics the drama and trying to get it do you think most of the senators were for the first time heard some of the stuff is the in their in their hand crafted by their presentation I think most of us heard the staff we didn't get it laid out in a session of that length and in detail in again how it plays out to us is senators I think their approach is trying to convince the public and I think it's aimed at the swing states I don't think we can get away from that so for the ivory tower professorial type approach you could the dams probably get a better grade when it comes to how the thing have been flowed I thought we ended up strong one use it when you say the swing states for you specifically you think the pressure coming on to some of the senators about is the trial fair or is it is yes so when it comes to was it fair they're going to still make an argument that we didn't band at all on any of the amendments so they're going to constantly run with is this a fair process because they know on the merits Matt it's going to be hard to make the case when you look at did did they have the better a fact of making it a twelve are venture verses maybe what could have been compressed will see I think this is mostly the criticism playing into the people that are ready I knew what they wanted to hear and not for most of the public which may be tuned in anywhere from fifteen minutes to an hour at most Perrin okay what we're going to get sure commercial break we come back grass sent abroad to tee up the next twenty four hours or they actually get to take their make their case from him I think our take every second of him you guys been broken so much news and that we get the live blog of the tell people how they how they get to the site yeah we we're gonna live blog yesterday throughout all the proceedings gonna do one again today thousands upon thousands of people in the end what turning up on to the live blog you can chat in there amongst each other as well is is look at all of the information that will bring you in a minute by minute basis it will be from one PM at war room dot toll and we don't know when this thing is going to end and I probably sometime around nine or ten okay with episode one twenty seven center Mike brown moved back a second when.

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"rahim hassan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"rahim hassan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A rhetorical sledge hammer to the absurdity on Capitol Hill today and I I felt like I should bring in somebody else who wields a a battleaxe of experience and rationality at all of these matters our friend Shawn Davis is back in action here on the show he is of course act the federal she's a co founder of the fed was it is one of my favorite websites Yorty knows that and he joins us now to talk about all the things Sean thanks for making the time thanks for having me back I mean I am just talking about what's going on on Capitol Hill today you can try to give me your sense of what is the Democrat play here to have a bunch of constitutional law professors three of the four were clearly anti trump partisans and one who just didn't vote for trump right but it's not a a wild eyed trump pater tell us that the founding fathers what they really meant when they wrote the constitution was Orangemen bad yeah I think I think you nailed it the one thing that you know the federalists in the anti federalists could agree on is that the battle and Fantastico and you know that that's really what the constitution is support it too is getting rid of the York Batman I mean I I gotta be honest I don't know what they're doing I didn't really understand the purpose of all the Intel hearing sure Fran I thought those were silly they they clearly had nothing other than leftover residual anger from how the molar pro blew up in their faces and you know inviting up three completely loony left wing law professors one of whom is said to here to go that you don't even need evidence to impeach from peaches bad enough that that that he needs to go but but the only thing I can think of that they're trying to accomplish here it's just boring America that dad and then you know what once were all gone and there's no accountability for them they they can do whatever they want I I when I was watching him this morning I I felt like there was a point at which there was at least the one of the professors made an allusion to or or and and it made a reference to yeah the president with this phone call kind of committed treason am I was I I know there's a bribery but I mean they they said that he's committed to effectively all these crimes I was waiting for the throw piracy and counterfeiting in there it yeah exactly what will you know everything he does is treason because he he's an illegitimate president and if you're an illegitimate president then you have no writer at the ready to use that the presidential power in the constitution and and I gotta be honest it watching the whole thing in dealing with all this it it's like being a house cat today it is dinner party where the food awful you kind of just got a like keep making it and selling it down to be polite I I kind of feel like being in the the political news industry that's what we're having to do with this we're having like pretend that this is serious and you know really well together when it it's really just a complete disaster politically legally that the Democrats I think you're gonna rue the day they started this in at this point I'm not even sure they end up actually impeaching him give while you and my friend Rahim Hassan of both become I mean I I've been saying a hundred percent a beach for weeks I'm not between you and he mom the aba Java ratcheted down to ninety five percent certainty but I I can I can see what you're saying I mean this I don't know how anyone can hear my favorite thing is when shift policy now there they all do this we really wish we didn't have to impeach this president like who believes that this nobody but even people who hate trump aren't aren't so silly they believe that or I might my calling Mollie Hemingway actually sat behind Jerry Nadler on the Acela train shortly after the Democrats took over Congress in twenty eighteen and in his lap and on his phone to a close confidante about how yeah they were all in on impeachment this is what we're going to happen so this idea that they're somehow just doing it in that it's not an angered we didn't want to have to do this it's total poppycock this with the plan from the very beginning it was actually the plan with bowler the problem with it you know even with that sprawling you know forty fifty million dollar more here investigation even they couldn't find anything on trump's another left having to pretend that some phone call with the Ukrainian leader is impeachment it's if these people were were capable of feeling shame they would just be horribly embarrassed now the clearly they're not now you're somebody that understands from actually doing it Senate investigations right you worked will for star Tom Coburn's office I want to ask you about Schiff pulling phone records subpoenaing phone records and it was for was for love part as but it also has included now phone contacts with a journalist with a member of Congress and with the president's personal lawyer how does that strike you that there's no not gonna subpoena records that I got some follow on this too I mean I I think that it's a really really concerning in look in general I don't have a problem with congressional subpoena power and in fact it if that power the delegate to the executive that allows a lot of them law enforcement functions we have some principle I don't have a problem with committees being able to do that in in classes in this case if indeed he did get the five subpoena I I'm not quite sure he did but if he did it is extremely troubling to be pulling up the phone records between the president's attorney all calls between Jay Sekulow and Rudy Giuliani ended up on there blowing up phone calls from members of Congress from their staff members in in this is coming from a guy who secretly colluded with the whistleblower who lied about his interactions with ship in the ship later lied about those interaction and to date is refusing to answer any questions about him this is a huge huge abuse of power in the midst of a process it is in other cell a massive abuse of power I I was really really concerned when I saw that but not bad that they did it with Nunez and his staff but getting the phone records between the president's attorney ticket getting the attorneys of the person you're accusing of high crimes and misdemeanors dad is unconscionable now I won't know where is this center on the show on and you know we have a Senate majority of Republic Republican majority why don't they subpoena ships records because I want to see if you talk in fact is they're excellent is there any legal reason why they couldn't subpoena Eric journals records no not not at all procedures are a little different in the Senate and it tends to be a more bi partisan operation there I I think often yet you have to have a certain voter you have to have the the consent of the ranking member so it's not as easy in the Senate to do it is in the house but they can do it and in the personally I think the reason why they haven't is the two committees who would do that Intel if you are not run by Republicans with any sort of reputation for having a stronger work ethic or you know really dogged investigative skills you know you burn his turned over his committee to mark Warner entirely he's been a complete non entity and Lindsey Graham all we all enjoy the show he put under the cap on the hearing he seems much more content to expanding green rooms than he is to write letters and demand answers from the HTC overseas yeah I I have to say I'm I'm disappointed so far at at what we've seen from Senate Republicans in the midst of all this and in general but maybe I just my expectations were low should have been should have been even lower what by the way what what comes what comes next in your mind after they have this judiciary hearing today what should we all be waiting for what's supposed to be the next dot trick shift have a has up his sleeve well I think that would actually have to see some articles of impeachment so it's obviously what they all are wanting to head towards is a formal vote on the house floor to impeach the president which is to indict him a specific high crimes misdemeanors and then send it to trial in the in the Senate were either be convicted or quit I think they're struggling with this because there aren't actually any specific crimes and they're gonna have to come up with more than just orange man bad so that's the next step but I really think there's a chance your we don't even get there in fact one of the leadership team members hold fox news reporter chat program the other night that you know wanted to really packed legislative schedule from here to Christmas and we don't even know if we can beat that impeachment and so we might not even get to it until twenty twenty I think the longer they kick the can down the road and dragon on the less likely they are to finally pull the trigger on now I shot I want to keep if I can for a moment because I did want to touch on this story involving a convicted child porn trafficker whose bundling millions for Hillary Clinton we're going to get to that in just a second global verification network is the only tool certified veteran owned back investigation and vetting company they're federally certified as a veteran owned small business and headquartered in Chicago with.

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"rahim hassan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"rahim hassan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Enjoying taking a rhetorical sledge hammer to the absurdity on Capitol Hill today and I I felt like I should bring in somebody else who wields a a battleaxe of experience and rationality at all of these matters our friend Shawn Davis is back in action here on the show he is of course at the federal she's a co founder of the fed was it is one of my favorite websites Yorty knows that and he joins us now to talk about all the things Sean thanks for making the time thanks for having me back I mean I am just talking about what's going on on Capitol Hill today you try to give me your sense of what is the Democrat play here to have a bunch of constitutional law professors three of the four were clearly anti trump partisans and one who just didn't vote for trump right but it's not at a wild eyed trump pater tell us that the founding fathers what they really meant when they wrote the constitution was Orangemen bad yeah I think I think you nailed it the one thing that you know the federalists and anti federalists could agree on is that the bad ones man have to go and you know that that's really what the constitution is support it too is getting rid of the York Batman I mean I I gotta be honest I don't know what they're doing I didn't really understand the purpose of all the Intel hearing sure Fran I thought those were silly they they clearly had nothing other than leftover residual anger from how the molar pro blew up in their faces and you know inviting up three completely loony left wing law professors one of whom is said to I think a year to go that you don't even need evidence to impeach from he's just bad enough that that that he needs to go but a book the only thing I can think of that they're trying to accomplish here it's just boring America that dad and then you know what once were all gone and there's no accountability for them they they can do whatever they want when I was watching him this morning I I felt like there was a point at which there was at least the one of the professors made an allusion to war or and and it made a reference to yeah the president with this phone call kind of committed treason and I was I I know this and bribery but I mean they they said that he's committed to effectively all these crimes I was waiting for the for piracy and counterfeiting in there it yeah exactly what will you know everything he does is treason because he he's an illegitimate president and if you're an illegitimate president and you haven't given in the constitution and and I gotta be honest you're watching the whole thing in dealing with all this it it's like being a house guest today it at dinner party where the food awful but you kind of just kind of like keep yeah he's done making it and selling it down to be polite I kind of feel like being in the the political news industry that's what we're having to do with this we're having like pretend that this is serious and you know really well together when it it's really just a complete disaster politically legally that the Democrats I think you're gonna rue the day they started this in at this point I'm not even sure they end up actually impeaching him give while you and my friend Rahim Hassan of both become I mean I I've been saying a hundred percent they beat for weeks I'm not between you and he mom the aba Java ratcheted down to ninety five percent Sir the key but I I can I can see what you're saying I mean this I don't know how anyone can hear my favorite thing is when shift polos he now there they all do this we really wish we didn't have to impeach this president like who believes the fits nobody but even people who hate trump aren't aren't so silly they believe that or I might my calling Mollie Hemingway actually sat behind Jerry Nadler on yet so what train shortly after the Democrats took over Congress in twenty eighteen and in his lap and on his phone to a close confidante about how yeah they were all in on impeachment this is what was going to happen so this idea that they're somehow just doing it and that it's not an angered we didn't want to have to do that it's total poppycock this is the plan from the very beginning it was actually the plan with bowler the problem with it you know even with that sprawling you're forty fifty million dollar multi year investigation even they couldn't find anything on trump's another left having to pretend that some phone call with the Ukrainian leader is impeachment it if these people were were capable of feeling shame they would just be horribly embarrassed now but clearly they're not now you're somebody that understands from actually doing it Senate investigations right you worked will first are Tom Coburn's office I want to ask you about Schiff pulling phone records subpoenaing phone records and it was for was for love Parnassus but it also has included now phone contacts with a journalist with a member of Congress and with the president's personal lawyer how does that strike you that there's now not gonna subpoena records and I got some follow on this too I mean I I think that it's a really really concerning inlet in general I don't have a problem with congressional subpoena power and in fact it if that power the delegate to the executive that allows a lot of the law enforcement functions we have some principle I don't have a problem with committees being able to do that in in Crockett in this case if indeed he did get the five subpoena and I'm not quite sure he did but if he did it is extremely troubling to be pulling up the phone records between the president's attorney all calls between Jay Sekulow and Rudy Giuliani ended up on there blowing up phone calls from members of Congress from their staff members in in this is coming from a guy who secretly colluded with the whistleblower who lied about his interactions with chef initiative later lied about those interactions and to date is refusing to answer any questions about him this is a huge huge abuse of power in the midst of a process state is in other cell a mass of abuse of power I I was really really concerned when I saw that that not it's bad that they did it with new net and his staff but getting the phone records between the president's attorney ticket getting the attorneys of the person you're accusing of high crimes and misdemeanors dad is unconscionable now I want to know where is this center on the show on and you know we have a Senate majority of Republic Republican majority why don't they subpoena ships records because I want to see if you talk in fact is there is light is there any legal reason why they couldn't subpoena Eric Sherman was records no not not at all procedures are a little different in the Senate and it tends to be a more bi partisan operation there I I think often yet you have to have a certain voter you have to have the the consent of the ranking member so it's not as easy in the Senate to do it at the house but they can do it and in the personally I think the reason why they haven't is the two committees who would do that Intel and judiciary are not run by Republicans with any sort of reputation for having a stronger well work ethic or you know really Doggett investigative skills you know you burn his turned over his committee to mark Warner entirely he's been a complete non entity and Lindsey Graham all we all enjoy the show he put under the cap not hearing he seems much more content to expanding green rooms than he is to write letters and demand answers from the H. overseas yeah I I have to say I'm I'm disappointed so far at and what we've seen from Senate Republicans in the midst of all this and in general but maybe I just my expectations were low should have been should have been even lower what by the way what what comes what comes next in your mind after they have this judiciary hearing today what should we all be waiting for what's supposed to be the next dot trick shift have a has up his sleeve well I think we actually have to see some articles of impeachment so it's obviously what they all are wanting to head towards is a formal vote on the house floor to impeach the president which is to indict him a specific high crimes misdemeanors and then send it to trial in the in the Senate where he either be convicted or quit I think they're struggling with this because there aren't actually any specific crimes and they're gonna have to come up with more than just orange man bad so that's the next step but I really think there's a chance here we don't even get there in fact one of the leadership team members hold fox news reporter chat program the other night that you know what to to really packed legislative schedule from here to Christmas and we don't even know if we can beat that impeachment and so we might not even get to it until twenty twenty I think the longer they kick that can down the road and dragon on the less likely they are to finally pull the trigger on now I shot I want to keep if I can for a moment because I did want to touch on this story involving a convicted child porn trafficker whose bundling millions for Hillary Clinton we're going to get to that in just a second global verification network is the only tool certified veteran owned back investigation and vetting company they're federally certified as a veteran owned small business and headquartered in Chicago with offices throughout the nation the.

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"rahim hassan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"rahim hassan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Not always certainly the State Department says there hasn't been any terrorists coming across. This is day sixteen of the shutdown with no end in sight, a twenty nine year old father a three shot and killed outside. A Bronx housing project early. This morning Nelson. Ramos took a slew of bullets to the chest in front of the Monroe houses in SoundView. There's about four AM people who live in the Monroe houses say they don't feel very safe. There is. Sony development when no cameras. Why is everybody does have cameras, but does development frightens me? We working on our way to get out of here. Trying to stand. Neighbors say Ramos had been behind bars, but recently was released and took a job to support his family. Police say they have no motive for the gunfire. They have made no arrests. The New Jersey high school wrestler who was forced last month by referee to cut his dreadlocks to wrestle back on the mat? Again, Andrew Johnson was back in competition Saturday a viral video of Johnson being forced to cut his dreadlocks before being allowed to participate in a wrestling match enraged people across the nation and in his hometown of Wehner Johnson had a cover over his hair before that match administrators at Buena regional high. Where Johnson is a student say the referee who made him cut his hair will no longer take part in matches that involve the high school. Phil Hulett NBC News Radio a Muslim firefighter who said he was subjected to harassment and his firehouse over his faith. Has settled his lawsuit with New York City city settled with Rahim Hassan. Two hundred twenty four thousand dollars Hassan says the hostile work environment included, anti-black, racial slurs and co workers cooking food for communal meals that included pork, but lying to them and telling that was something else. President Trump says an al-qaeda leader behind the deadly. Bombing of the USS Cole has been killed in a tweet today. President Trump said Jomaa Bharati was killed in a US led airstrike in Yemen on New Year's day. Wwl war sports and the.

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"rahim hassan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"rahim hassan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Won't be receiving a paycheck many of those people agree one hundred percent with what I'm doing last week. Trump said the shutdown could go on for months or even years until a deal is made, Shannon. Vincent, NPR news, Washington. Eighty US troops are now positioned in Gabon in west Africa awaiting the outcome of last week's presidential. Election in the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo. NPR's ofeibea Quist arcton reports results were due today. But election officials say they have fewer than half the voter tallies. As pressure grows on Congo's election commission to release the results of the recent presidential vote. President Trump says US troops are on standby nearby Gobbo to safeguard American nationals and facilities in Congo. He says the move is in response to the possibility of violent demonstrations in reaction to the outcome of the December thirtieth election in DRC. The UN Security Council held a closed-door meeting on Friday at France's initiative French ambassador. Falsehood elect we call on all actors for calm and restraint. The Security Council has urged transparency in congress election results. Echoing the influential Catholic church opposition presidential candidates, and African and western powers of heavy Akwa. Stockton NPR news. He jessica. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Lance lucky newly elected congresswoman Rashida to leave sparked controversy at an event last week when she said Democrats were going to impeach President Trump and then used a profanity for him freshman, New York, congressman max rose, Staten Island, says he objects to talk of impeachments off from Staten Island. I have no problem with profanity. Okay. What I have a problem with though is the fact that she is talking about this issue and urging action on this issue before the investigation has been completed speaking on CBS his face the nation rose said talking about impeachment. Now, we'll continue what he calls the era of hyper partisanship that. We have to move away. From President Trump is contradicting his initial announcement of a rapid withdrawal of US troops from Syria, saying the country won't pull out until ISIS has gone. Trump made the comment this morning as he left the White House for Camp David in an interview that aired on CBS's Face the nation. New Jersey congresswoman, Mikey Cheryl voiced her opposition to a hasty withdrawal without a long term plan and her opposition to Trump's foreign policy in general when we're in an era where we're trading our traditional adversaries better than our allies. I think that is making it more and more difficult for us to operate from a point of power on the world scene. Cheryl added that the Trump administration doesn't have a good plan with. US allies and that the US works best when moving forward with NATO, a Muslim firefighter who says he was subjected to firehouse harassment over his faith and race, including feeding him pork in violation of his religious beliefs has settled a lawsuit with New York City. The New York Post reports the city settled with Rahim Hassan for two hundred twenty four thousand dollars.

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