10 Burst results for "Representative Thomas Massie Republican"

"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

03:49 min | 2 months ago

"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"You. And by the way, damping has been talking about this during the excellent job on his show, sorry. I do listen to other talk shows at the time, love Dan bundle. And he was talking about an article that he read, and he prefaced on his show where if all of us were to move to these EVs, literally we would be able to the grid would be able to handle it. We're talking about the U.S. population. All of about 75 seconds. So short of a minute and a half. And this is a complete and utter fallacy. If you like EVs just because you like a EVs. So be it. I don't care. None of my business. But if you're going to say this is going to be good for the environment. If you're going to sit here and lie and say they're better for the environment than the cars that are driven, or that use just a gas, a gasoline driven, or a gas powered vehicles, it's a complete and utter lie. And it's important for us to talk about this. But I want you to understand how heartless these people are on the left. They are extremely, extremely heartless. This is all about control. They want to get you into the EVs, they can shut the grid down whenever they want, or when you realize these things are a piece of crap, and you can't afford to buy a 15, $20,000 battery to replace your vehicle. Guess what? You're going to want mass transportation. And guess what? Pete booty and the other leftists are going to be there to save the day and you're going to be asking for more government control. And that is what this is all about. But Pete booty didn't get to get away with this. We have another audio clip that I want to play for you. This is representative Thomas massie, and he's schooling the dictator of transportation. Secretary, if you will, Pete booty on the issue of these EVs. Now, I do want to say this, and I'm glad Thomas, I'm glad to representative Thomas massie, Republican, did this and schooled him, but the truth is, let's be honest, Pete Buttigieg's heartless. He doesn't need to be screwed on this. They know that this is a complete and utter froth. This is all about control. Remember, the left moves from crisis to crisis to crisis to crisis. This is what they do, right? If it's not environment, it's going to be guns. It's going to be gay marriage, whatever they can do to get people mad, that's exactly what they are going to do. That's all they have. They don't intend to solve problems. Actually, what they want to make you miserable, to the point where you tap out and say, I give in, I want government to tell me how to live my life, how to wipe my butt and what exactly I need to do today and tomorrow to survive. That's exactly what Pete booty wants for you. But he got busted. He got caught. Here's representative. Thomas massie, schooling the fool known as Pete Buttigieg. The average household uses 17% of their electricity for air conditioning. And that would mean the average household uses 1800 and 70 kWh per year for air conditioning if that average household plugged in electric cars, do you know how much more electricity they would use in comparison to the air conditioning that air conditions their whole house? No, but again, I would emphasize it. Let me help you. Let me help you with that first before we go on because the numbers are important. It would take four times as much electricity to charge the average household's cars as the average household uses on air conditioning. Do you think that could be so if we reach the goal by 2030 that Biden has a 50% adoption instead of a 100% adoption, that means the average household would use twice as much electricity, charging one of their cars as they would use for all of the air conditioning that they use for the entire year..

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"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Particular case. When i say incredible level i mean so ridiculous to the point that i don't even wanna start trying to talk about it. I will leave stuff out. There's a lot of information there. Luckily there's a really good documentary that they put together over at free. Ross dot org that goes exhaustively through this story. And really if you if you've heard us talking about this tonight and you you've never heard of russell before and you're like what's all this about. This sounds really interesting to life. Sentences plus forty years for running a website. What's this about. Well take some time out and either watch or listen to or read through the documentary that they created over free. Ross dot org. It is amazing this another documentary coming out about him in early. Twenty twenty one. I believe who's making it. I don't recall because it could be a hack job. It could be a hippies against him. The one on his website is obviously in favor of of him and partial by any means. I mean what what somebody gonna say against russell. Bricked always bird. Mary sold drugs. What can you might ask. What else do they have against him. He's actually a good guy who sold drugs. You never heard anybody nope and he didn't sell really very many drugs. He did sell some mushrooms apparently on the site. Its first dealer way back in the day when he started the psycho mushrooms right. Because how are you going to get a dealer on a website where you just created it to your on selling in that case so he did do a little bit of drug sales but it was just just mushrooms which as you point out are probably the safest of all of the illegal drugs cannabis is probably safer. No actually according to the There's like a drug harm chart. That professor david nutt came out with back most of a decade ago. He was the former drug. Czar or the equivalent of the drugs are in the uk government and he ended up leaving that position and turning onto the good side of the. Oh wow drugs. And he came out with a yes. So he's an advocate. For the end of prohibition and he came out with this drug harms chart which combines the harms quote to society and to the individual of each drug and gets like a total harm score for each one of them and so heroin and alcohol or the top. I think one into their like basically tied for first place to real close. He says yeah really man you. I'll call was bad but yeah relied with heroin. Bad yeah And then as you go down the list. Marijuana sorta like below the halfway point but it's not the lowest one on the list actually mushrooms if i recall correctly. I'm gonna have to look at this list fascinating. It really is just search for professor david nutt with two ts and drug list or drug rankings. Or something like that. Does he do a breakdown. If you remove societal harm from the equation you could look at that. And i think than candidates will go down a little bit. If i mentioned tied with mushrooms at that point you have to take a look. He does break down. If you look at the graphing it shows what part of the graph is the personal harm. The what part of the graph is the societal harm. So ross opec a little bit more here about his store but yeah go to free dot. Org signed the petition to help him. Get out of prison. And take the time to learn about it. If you don't know about the case honestly. I haven't watched the whole documentary. But i watched parts of it and it was exhaustively presented like really well researched. Lots of good information. It will infuriate you. What happened to him. I saw one of the short right upset. Spike cohen did during their vice president during his vice presidential campaign and it's a shocking the level of corruption and fraud presented by the state against russell break in order to secure this life sentence plus forty conviction. We'll the interesting thing is we only know how shocking it is because we paid attention and and the people you know that were on the outside were watching closely with that particular case those who who are his supporters so many other people have corrupt cops dealing with their case but they don't have international level coverage they don't have their case isn't getting you know national radio coverage or anything like that so your average federal court case doesn't have a media circus around it it doesn't have all the attention that the russ oberg case did. So there's there's thousands of people that are in prison cells who don't belong probably hundreds of thousands of people in the us in prison cells who don't belong there but roscosmos most of the attention and that's it's not fair but that's the way it is so hopefully ross can get out at the very least it'll be fair then. Two life sentences plus forty so the movement to grant clemency to albrecht according to the daily beast dot com has picked up support from celebrities including british rapper. M i a and a handful of prominent trump world and republican party figures including representative. Thomas massie republican from kentucky and teepee usa founder. Charlie kirk who recently tweeted that ulbricht had received quote insane over sentencing unquote and that the post-election period would be quote the perfect time to grant mercy to a family and young man who has become a victim of our aggressive department of justice. That's what i think from him. He's a right winger on tuesday. Gop strategist andrew. Saron formerly an official in the trump white house posted on twitter that quote ross got screwed by the feds with an insanely harsh sentence. Few people deserve clemency from real donald. Trump. that's his twitter user username. More in my opinion so basically saying this guy's a top candidate to receive this. And who is this guy who tweeted this. A former white house official. Okay someone who may trump actually read the tweet he might presumably he his name. Is andrew serbian serbian formally and officially in the white house. A movie about online drug market and or the drug market in the olympic saga is set for release in february twenty. Twenty one. so it's not about it's about the silkroad could be which was also the subject of nick bilton bestselling book american kingpin. There's been a lot of hit pieces out. That sounds like a hick about ross. Support for his case is strongest in both the in the overlapping. Worlds of libertarian activism and crypto currency fans both of which counted oberg as an enthusiastic member prior to. His arrest. libertarian party presidential candidate. Joe jorgenson campaign on a platform that included pardoning overt alongside whistle blowers chelsea manning and edward snowden. And there's been some talk about trump pardoning snowden as well in fact trump even suggested that he was considering a couple of months ago. I hope so. But pardoned snowden assange manning and russell break. He should do all of those things and whether he will do any of them or not is another question. And that's why. I say we only have to wait. Four weeks to find out just temper. Your expectations prepare to be disappointed. I'm.

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"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Free talk live. You dial in toll free here at eighty five four hundred fifty free. That's eight five five four or five zero three seven three three or you can call us on our matrix chat server where you'll sound almost like you're sitting here in the studio as we kick off the second hour of the show. We're talking a little bit more. There's there's a more information here about ross. Oh bricked and the chance that he might be actually receiving a commutation from donald trump with you tonight. It's ian and aria. So we're sharing from the story from the daily beast dot com and i'm skipping over the summary of the of the case which summarized throughout the show. Anyway we've we've touched on it. We have barely even talked about the case itself which was a cluster f involving corrupt cops. Who two of whom actually went to prison themselves for trying to steal bitcoin from the silk road while they're on the job and so just an incredible level of corruption incredible level of malfeasance on the case of the prosecution and on the case of the judge in this particular case. When i say incredible level i mean so ridiculous to the point that i don't even wanna start trying to talk about it. I will leave stuff out. There's a lot of information there. Luckily there's a really good documentary that they put together over at free. Ross dot org that goes exhaustively through this story. And really if you if you've heard us talking about this tonight and you you've never heard of russell before and you're like what's all this about. This sounds really interesting to life. Sentences plus forty years for running a website. What's this about. Well take some time out and either watch or listen to or read through the documentary that they created over free. Ross dot org. It is amazing this another documentary coming out about him in early. Twenty twenty one. I believe who's making it. I don't recall because it could be a hack job. It could be a hippies against him. The one on his website is obviously in favor of of him and partial by any means. I mean what what somebody gonna say against russell. Bricked always bird. Mary sold drugs. What can you might ask. What else do they have against him. He's actually a good guy who sold drugs. You never heard anybody nope and he didn't sell really very many drugs. He did sell some mushrooms apparently on the site. Its first dealer way back in the day when he started the psycho mushrooms right. Because how are you going to get a dealer on a website where you just created it to your on selling in that case so he did do a little bit of drug sales but it was just just mushrooms which as you point out are probably the safest of all of the illegal drugs cannabis is probably safer. No actually according to the There's like a drug harm chart. That professor david nutt came out with back most of a decade ago. He was the former drug. Czar or the equivalent of the drugs are in the uk government and he ended up leaving that position and turning onto the good side of the. Oh wow drugs. And he came out with a yes. So he's an advocate. For the end of prohibition and he came out with this drug harms chart which combines the harms quote to society and to the individual of each drug and gets like a total harm score for each one of them and so heroin and alcohol or the top. I think one into their like basically tied for first place to real close. He says yeah really man you. I'll call was bad but yeah relied with heroin. Bad yeah And then as you go down the list. Marijuana sorta like below the halfway point but it's not the lowest one on the list actually mushrooms if i recall correctly. I'm gonna have to look at this list fascinating. It really is just search for professor david nutt with two ts and drug list or drug rankings. Or something like that. Does he do a breakdown. If you remove societal harm from the equation you could look at that. And i think than candidates will go down a little bit. If i mentioned tied with mushrooms at that point you have to take a look. He does break down. If you look at the graphing it shows what part of the graph is the personal harm. The what part of the graph is the societal harm. So ross opec a little bit more here about his store but yeah go to free dot. Org signed the petition to help him. Get out of prison. And take the time to learn about it. If you don't know about the case honestly. I haven't watched the whole documentary. But i watched parts of it and it was exhaustively presented like really well researched. Lots of good information. It will infuriate you. What happened to him. I saw one of the short right upset. Spike cohen did during their vice president during his vice presidential campaign and it's a shocking the level of corruption and fraud presented by the state against russell break in order to secure this life sentence plus forty conviction. We'll the interesting thing is we only know how shocking it is because we paid attention and and the people you know that were on the outside were watching closely with that particular case those who who are his supporters so many other people have corrupt cops dealing with their case but they don't have international level coverage they don't have their case isn't getting you know national radio coverage or anything like that so your average federal court case doesn't have a media circus around it it doesn't have all the attention that the russ oberg case did. So there's there's thousands of people that are in prison cells who don't belong probably hundreds of thousands of people in the us in prison cells who don't belong there but roscosmos most of the attention and that's it's not fair but that's the way it is so hopefully ross can get out at the very least it'll be fair then. Two life sentences plus forty so the movement to grant clemency to albrecht according to the daily beast dot com has picked up support from celebrities including british rapper. M i a and a handful of prominent trump world and republican party figures including representative. Thomas massie republican from kentucky and teepee usa founder. Charlie kirk who recently tweeted that ulbricht had received quote insane over sentencing unquote and that the post-election period would be quote the perfect time to grant mercy to a family and young man who has become a victim of our aggressive department of justice. That's what i think from him. He's a right winger on tuesday. Gop strategist andrew. Saron formerly an official in the trump white house posted on twitter that quote ross got screwed by the feds with an insanely harsh sentence. Few people deserve clemency from real donald. Trump. that's his twitter user username. More in my opinion so basically saying this guy's a top candidate to receive this. And who is this guy who tweeted this. A former white house official. Okay someone who may trump actually read the tweet he might presumably he his name. Is andrew serbian serbian formally and officially in the white house. A movie about online drug market and or the drug market in the olympic saga is set for release in february twenty. Twenty one. so it's not about it's about the silkroad could be which was also the subject of nick bilton bestselling book american kingpin. There's been a lot of hit pieces out. That sounds like a hick about ross. Support for his case is strongest in both the in the overlapping. Worlds of libertarian activism and crypto currency fans both of which counted oberg as an enthusiastic member prior to. His arrest. libertarian party presidential candidate. Joe jorgenson campaign on a platform that included pardoning overt alongside whistle blowers chelsea manning and edward snowden. And there's been some talk about trump pardoning snowden as well in fact trump even suggested that he was considering a couple of months ago. I hope so. But pardoned snowden assange manning and russell break. He should do all of those things and whether he will do any of them or not is another question. And that's why. I say we only have to wait. Four weeks to find out just temper. Your expectations prepare to be disappointed. I'm.

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"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"From the story from the daily beast dot com and i'm skipping over the summary of the of the case which summarized throughout the show. Anyway we've we've touched on it. We have barely even talked about the case itself which was a cluster f involving corrupt cops. Who two of whom actually went to prison themselves for trying to steal bitcoin from the silk road while they're on the job and so just an incredible level of corruption incredible level of malfeasance on the case of the prosecution and on the case of the judge in this particular case. When i say incredible level i mean so ridiculous to the point that i don't even wanna start trying to talk about it. I will leave stuff out. There's a lot of information there. Luckily there's a really good documentary that they put together over at free. Ross dot org that goes exhaustively through this story. And really if you if you've heard us talking about this tonight and you you've never heard of russell before and you're like what's all this about. This sounds really interesting to life. Sentences plus forty years for running a website. What's this about. Well take some time out and either watch or listen to or read through the documentary that they created over free. Ross dot org. It is amazing this another documentary coming out about him in early. Twenty twenty one. I believe who's making it. I don't recall because it could be a hack job. It could be a hippies against him. The one on his website is obviously in favor of of him and partial by any means. I mean what what somebody gonna say against russell. Bricked always bird. Mary sold drugs. What can you might ask. What else do they have against him. He's actually a good guy who sold drugs. You never heard anybody nope and he didn't sell really very many drugs. He did sell some mushrooms apparently on the site. Its first dealer way back in the day when he started the psycho mushrooms right. Because how are you going to get a dealer on a website where you just created it to your on selling in that case so he did do a little bit of drug sales but it was just just mushrooms which as you point out are probably the safest of all of the illegal drugs cannabis is probably safer. No actually according to the There's like a drug harm chart. That professor david nutt came out with back most of a decade ago. He was the former drug. Czar or the equivalent of the drugs are in the uk government and he ended up leaving that position and turning onto the good side of the. Oh wow drugs. And he came out with a yes. So he's an advocate. For the end of prohibition and he came out with this drug harms chart which combines the harms quote to society and to the individual of each drug and gets like a total harm score for each one of them and so heroin and alcohol or the top. I think one into their like basically tied for first place to real close. He says yeah really man you. I'll call was bad but yeah relied with heroin. Bad yeah And then as you go down the list. Marijuana sorta like below the halfway point but it's not the lowest one on the list actually mushrooms if i recall correctly. I'm gonna have to look at this list fascinating. It really is just search for professor david nutt with two ts and drug list or drug rankings. Or something like that. Does he do a breakdown. If you remove societal harm from the equation you could look at that. And i think than candidates will go down a little bit. If i mentioned tied with mushrooms at that point you have to take a look. He does break down. If you look at the graphing it shows what part of the graph is the personal harm. The what part of the graph is the societal harm. So ross opec a little bit more here about his store but yeah go to free dot. Org signed the petition to help him. Get out of prison. And take the time to learn about it. If you don't know about the case honestly. I haven't watched the whole documentary. But i watched parts of it and it was exhaustively presented like really well researched. Lots of good information. It will infuriate you. What happened to him. I saw one of the short right upset. Spike cohen did during their vice president during his vice presidential campaign and it's a shocking the level of corruption and fraud presented by the state against russell break in order to secure this life sentence plus forty conviction. We'll the interesting thing is we only know how shocking it is because we paid attention and and the people you know that were on the outside were watching closely with that particular case those who who are his supporters so many other people have corrupt cops dealing with their case but they don't have international level coverage they don't have their case isn't getting you know national radio coverage or anything like that so your average federal court case doesn't have a media circus around it it doesn't have all the attention that the russ oberg case did. So there's there's thousands of people that are in prison cells who don't belong probably hundreds of thousands of people in the us in prison cells who don't belong there but roscosmos most of the attention and that's it's not fair but that's the way it is so hopefully ross can get out at the very least it'll be fair then. Two life sentences plus forty so the movement to grant clemency to albrecht according to the daily beast dot com has picked up support from celebrities including british rapper. M i a and a handful of prominent trump world and republican party figures including representative. Thomas massie republican from kentucky and teepee usa founder. Charlie kirk who recently tweeted that ulbricht had received quote insane over sentencing unquote and that the post-election period would be quote the perfect time to grant mercy to a family and young man who has become a victim of our aggressive department of justice. That's what i think from him. He's a right winger on tuesday. Gop strategist andrew. Saron formerly an official in the trump white house posted on twitter that quote ross got screwed by the feds with an insanely harsh sentence. Few people deserve clemency from real donald. Trump. that's his twitter user username. More in my opinion so basically saying this guy's a top candidate to receive this. And who is this guy who tweeted this. A former white house official. Okay someone who may trump actually read the tweet he might presumably he his name. Is andrew serbian serbian formally and officially in the white house. A movie about online drug market and or the drug market in the olympic saga is set for release in february twenty. Twenty one. so it's not about it's about the silkroad could be which was also the subject of nick bilton bestselling book american kingpin. There's been a lot of hit pieces out. That sounds like a hick about ross. Support for his case is strongest in both the in the overlapping. Worlds of libertarian activism and crypto currency fans both of which counted oberg as an enthusiastic member prior to. His arrest. libertarian party presidential candidate. Joe jorgenson campaign on a platform that included pardoning overt alongside whistle blowers chelsea manning and edward snowden. And there's been some talk about trump pardoning snowden as well in fact trump even suggested that he was considering a couple of months ago. I hope so. But pardoned snowden assange manning and russell break. He should do all of those things and whether he will do any of them or not is another question. And that's why. I say we only have to wait. Four weeks to find out just temper. Your expectations prepare to be disappointed. I'm.

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"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Free. Talk live you dial in toll free here at eight thirty five four hundred fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three or you can call us on our matrix chat server where you'll sound almost like you're sitting here in the studio as we kick off the second hour of the show. We're talking a little bit more. There's there's a more information here about ross. And the chance that he might be actually receiving a commutation from donald trump with you tonight. It's ian and are you. So we're sharing from the story from the daily beast dot com and i'm skipping over the summary of the of the case which summarized at throughout the show anyway. We've we've touched on. It barely even talked about the case itself which was a cluster f involving corrupt cops who two of whom actually went to prison themselves for trying to steal bitcoin from the silk road You know while they're on the job and so it's just an incredible level of corruption incredible level of malfeasance on the case the prosecution and on the case of the judge in this particular case when i say incredible level. I mean so ridiculous to the point. That i don't even wanna start trying to talk about it. I will leave stuff out. There's a lot of information there. Luckily there's a really good documentary that they put together over at free. Ross dot org that goes exhaustively through this story. And really if you if you've heard us talking about this tonight and you you've never heard of russell before and you're like what's all this about. This sounds really interesting to life. Sentences plus forty years running a website. What's this about. Well take some time out and either watch or listen to or read through. The documentary created over free. Ross dot org. It is amazing. There's another documentary coming out about him in early twenty twenty one i believe is making it. I don't recall because it could be a hack job. Could be hit him. The one on his website is obviously in favor of of him. It's not impartial by any means what what somebody going to say against. Russell pricked always bird marriage so drugs. Yeah look what else do they have against him. He's actually a good guy who sold drugs. You never heard anybody. Nope and he didn't sell really very many drugs. He did sell some mushrooms apparently on the site as its first dealer way back in the day when he started the psycho rooms. Because how are you going to get a dealer on a website where you just created it at on selling in that case so he did do a little bit of drug sales but it was just just mushrooms which as you point out are probably the safest of all of the illegal drugs cannabis is probably safer. No actually according to the there's like a drug harm chart that professor david nutt came out with back. Most of the decade ago he was the former drug. Czar or the equivalent of the drugs are in the uk government and he ended up leaving that position and turning onto the good side of the drugs and he came out with a yes. So he's an advocate. For the end of prohibition and he came out with this drug harms chart which combined the harms quote to society and to the individual of each drug and gets like a total harm score for each one of them and so heroin. Alcohol are the top. I think one into their like basically tied for first place. They're real close. He says yeah really menu. Alcohol was bad but yeah with heroin. Bad yeah And then as you go down the list marijuana below the halfway point but it's not the lowest one on the list actually mushrooms. If i recall correctly i'm gonna have to look at this list fascinating. It really is just search for professor david nutt with two ts and like drug list or drug rankings. Or something like that. Does he do a breakdown. If you remove societal harm from the equation you could look at that. And i think than candidates will go down a little bit. If i mentioned tied with mushrooms at that point you have to take a look. He does break it down. If you look at the graphing it shows what part of the graph is the personal harm. The what part of the graph is the societal arm. So ross odebrecht a little bit more here about his but yeah go to free dot. Org signed the petition to help him get out of prison. And take the time to learn about if you don't know about the case honestly. I haven't watched the whole documentary. But i watched parts of it and it was exhaustively presented like really well researched. Lots of good information it will infuriate you. What happened to him. I saw one of the short right upset. Spike cohen did during their fight president during his vice presidential campaign and it is shocking. The level of corruption and fraud presented by the state against russell break in order to secure this to life sentence from plus forty conviction. Well the interesting thing is we only know how shocking it is because we paid attention and the people you know that were on the outside were watching closely with particular case those who who are supporters so many other people have corrupt cops dealing with their case but they don't have international level. They don't have their case. Isn't getting you know national radio coverage or anything like that so your average federal court case doesn't have a media circus around it. It doesn't have all the attention that the russell briefcase did. So there's there's thousands of people that are in prison cells who don't belong probably hundreds of thousands of people in the us in prison cells who don't belong there but most of the attention and that's not fair but that's the way it is so hopefully ross can get out at the very least then two life sentences plus forty so the movement to grant clemency to obey according to the daily beast dot com has picked up support from celebrities including british rapper. M i a and a handful of prominent trump world and republican party figures including representative. Thomas massie republican from kentucky and teepee usa founder. Charlie kirk who recently tweeted that ulbricht had received quote insane over sentencing unquote and that the post-election period would be quote the perfect time to grant mercy to a family and young man who has become a victim of our aggressive department of justice. That's what i think from him. Yeah he's a right winger ion on tuesday. Gop strategist andrews sharabia on formerly an official in the trump white house. Posted to twitter. That quote ross got screwed by the feds with an insanely harsh sentence. Few people deserve clemency from real donald. Trump. that's his twitter user username. More in my opinion so basically saying this guy's a top candidate to receive this. And who is this guy who tweeted this former white house official okay. Go someone who may trump may actually read the tweet he might presumably he. his name. Is andrew serbian serbian formerly and official in the white house a movie about online drug market and or the online drug market in the orbit. Saga is set for release in february twenty. Twenty one. so it's not about oprah's about the silk road could be over. It was also the subject of nick bilton. Bestselling book american kingpin. There's been a lotta hit pieces out. That sounds like a hick about ross. Support for his case is strongest in both in the overlapping worlds of libertarian. Activism and crypto currency fans both of which counted over it as an enthusiastic member prior to his arrest. Libertarian party presidential candidate joe jorgenson campaign on a platform that included pardoning Alongside whistle blowers chelsea manning and edward snowden. And there's been some talk about trump pardoning snowden as well in fact trump even suggested that he was considering an a couple of months ago. I hope so. But pardon snowden assange manning and russell break. He should do all of those things and whether he will do any of them or not is another question. And that's why. I say we only have to wait. Four weeks to find out just temper. Your expectations prepare to be disappointed. I'm always disappointed.

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"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Point nine FM at five twenty two and Michael Bauer NBC news reporter joins us right now and Michael people are going to be awaiting relief from the stimulus package which is going forth but they're gonna have to wait a while about three weeks I think they said before those direct deposits arrive once who according to what treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin says once the bill is signed by president trump then the three week process begins before things get out and I think that's probably an optimistic believe right now just under the impression that that's if you've got every all ducks are in a row you've got your bank account aligned with the IRS on some level they can give you a direct deposit then you're looking at that three week time frame if for some reason you haven't gotten a return you don't have direct deposit it'll take longer if you're waiting on a hard check to be delivered to your house in the mail it's going to take longer because they can only pump out so many checks in a week's period of time so I think they're going to be some delays and and if I may be there may be an additional one or two or three day delay heading into this whole thing they were supposed to have the vote by a voice coming up here today the gavel in at about nine o'clock this morning but there is one representative Thomas Massie Republican from Kentucky who may be demanding a recorded vote and when you demand a recorded vote when you're looking for a quorum you're looking for half of the membership of the house of representatives to come to the floor to pass this bill so that means if you're keeping track two hundred sixteen people that's half of the of the house who are in session in Washington DC right now you would have to have them on the floor to pass this just by one representative making that demand so right now literally as we're speaking there are people making their way to Washington DC rushing in a last minute ditch effort to try to get there to cast those votes so that they can get this passed as quickly as possible the real delay here if this is something that Massey ends up doing will be how long it will take those two hundred and sixteen people to get to Washington DC from their district and you've got people like Fred Upton in Michigan who literally jumped in a car and is trying to get from Kalamazoo Michigan all the way to Washington DC in a ten hour drive since yesterday you're seeing some that are flying on red eye flights and by the way there's not a lot of flights leaving places to get to Washington DC and they're all going back to Washington DC where a place in Capitol Hill they've been told they shouldn't be because of coronavirus concerns and gathering in the first place so there is a mad rush right now to try to get things in place so that if indeed somebody in this case Massey demands as recorded vote that there will be people to record votes why did why is he doing that I mean he's **** the whole thing up he says that he thinks when you're looking at a two point two trillion dollar bill like this that it demands that you have a quorum on some level otherwise it would somehow be unconstitutional to do that even though clearly this is a concern with getting dollars in the in the hands of companies and corporations and small businesses in the hands of individuals and he says that did just demand a constitutional level that you have that quorum there on some level that's ridiculous we're in a crisis now they change when you're in a crisis your jacket looking I mean you're lucky ten hours from from Michigan to get to Washington DC and that's if all goes well and then you're talking about what what it takes for anybody else from other parts of the country what if somebody's in California and they've got to be there you know you're are you talking about now delaying this vote until the weekend or even into next week yeah because you've got to have these members get there in a way that they can now you're talking about an extra delay because you feel that on some level you need to call this quarter to have a constitutional it just seems incredibly ought to kick his **** out of there that's ridiculous because they overcame all of the problems they thought going to run into in the house to see pollution is going to put on it is going to have to be more of these things will be plenty of time to have those discussions right now is the time to get money out there and flowing before there's an opportunity to delayed even further put people more in harm's way yeah it's going to take them while they're saying at least three weeks and other people are saying it's going to be much longer than that before they get this money anyway so it's ridiculous but anyway Michael thanks for joining us and we will I'll see you Monday have a good weekend if you enjoy guys all right then it's five twenty seven on A. M. Tampa Bay in the that is ridiculous that you know the guys this is a crisis it's not a a regular vote on something and after all they've had to put up with in the house anyway with hello she wanted to add pork measures to this thing and finally getting talked out of it they brought her down from that and then they're ready to do it and this guy says now you gotta have a recorded vote that not just a voice vote but that's crazy so anyway that's going to delay things even further apparently it's five twenty eight on A. M. 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"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on WJR 760

"Of public safety state police will conduct visits to the designated quarantine locations to verify compliance Abbott said people affected by the order cannot have any visitors besides health care providers and they may not visit any public places Abbott said failure to comply will be considered a criminal offense punishable by up to a one thousand dollar fine a hundred and eighty days in jail or both department of public safety troopers will conduct visits to those designated quarantine locations to verify compliance with this executive order failure to comply with this order is considered to be a criminal offense mmhm wow wow yeah or is it so there you go I was looking at somebody's posting pictures of here yesterday and it was a ghost town you know what it was like at noon I was gonna say earlier this week if anybody is in here don't go there for this reason but if you're in o'hare you know that tweet the picture out let us know because I was really curious about that I mean that's extremely rare and I've only been through here I've never been in the TSA line out of here I was once but no I've never I've never been because I was always passing through I've always passed through the airport you know connecting flight I know I've seen it I've seen the lights as you go you know from one terminal to the other but I was I was really curious about that well here used to be my second home I spend so much time they're connected to a lot of people second home because you spend so much time I'm waiting on you know sometimes it's it's weird because you know you'll you know you'll you'll be at the at the gate and you look across at the other gate just looking so defeated I mean it's there's just the look on their faces like they're never going to see their loved ones again sometimes I feel really sorry for them I I mean it's really when I whenever I middle hair mmhm when when you go to the A. S. H. or K. models right when Burr H. R. K. right there and they've got that split off there there's there's a wine bar I've never gone to the wine bar but there's a piano right there I was want to go and play the piano yeah right because most of the time once rather have some guy playing the piano you know and doing it at that you know I don't five seven but most on the piano just sits there right it's like it's a beautiful piano and I want to play it but I never do but that's and every time I go through hair what do I think of holding one hello no no it's not about how much I know I know I got that that's pre Geary type two diabetes yeah I was that's now I could walk right by I could just go man and I don't think it's in that was in terminal Gee I don't think that's our anymore not terminal is a terminology the the second or the cinema the cinema but I don't think they did move it right yeah I yeah I don't I don't know if it's in there and I don't this is going to have a McDonald's in every terminal all she had to go to McDonald's everywhere yeah but every time I go through I think a home loan mmhm right along to yeah hold on to it every time it's like okay I imagine that because it could trigger people because it has trumpeted for about ten seconds I didn't federal reserve road construction I wanted to take off the left I hope you're all angry now yes so well it's you know that I guess I'm not going to New York well here's the you know about four weeks here's the thing about the whole situation with without massive we were talking about it acid being the the representative from Kentucky the Republican yes Kentucky right talking about possibly objecting to the voice vote so essentially procedurally you know they ask for voice if nobody objects they go to a voice well right but if someone objects they have to call everybody and they got to get a quorum which is two hundred sixteen members right the report is one source saying gas the Massey show right now so he's running the whole thing what well the thing is is you're not going to before represented a Massey you're not going to change anything right you may get you know you may get some Flack from your you want should possibly show your constituents in your district in Kentucky that you stood ground and you want to force it to a vote so you can be on record of saying no but it's not going to change anything and I don't know that it helps you much and you're just right because every I'm glad you explained that because in a voice vote either you are not registered right for for how you voted and so apparently he wants to make it clear but house leadership advise members on Thursday to it last night Thursday evening to come back to Washington on Friday morning if possible as tall tall or top lawmakers told the hill dot com they anticipate that representative Thomas Massie Republican of Kentucky would call for a roll call vote on the two trillion dollar stimulus package passed in the Senate earlier this week house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and house minority leader Kevin McCarthy aim to pass the bipartisan measure via voice vote in the lower chamber in an attempt to minimize the health risks for members who have traveled long distances amid the pandemic but according to multiple house members messages threatening to derail leaders plans taking issue with its cost and the process used to pass it through the upper chamber Mr horror and Mr McCarthy previously expected that the vote on HR seven eighty four of the corona virus aid relief and economic security act would be done by voice vote but there is now a possibility that the house Republican may suggest a quorum that if a court that suggested of a quorum is not present an attempt to call for a recorded vote on final passage sources and horrors press shop said we have notified our members of the possibility that the bill may not passed by voice vote the majority leader's office has sent notice to members that if they are they are able and willing to be in Washington DC by ten AM to do so they are encouraged to do so while exercising all due caution so there you go yeah and it's going to pass and yeah it's I mean it's gonna pass we know what's well if you just if you're doing this just to put yourself on record for your you know constituents in your district this isn't the one this isn't the battle to pick I understand as a fiscal conservative I get it if you're looking at this the weight Lindsey Graham looked at it and a lot of people looked at it then Lizzy Graham you know fought the fight and try to get as a member of post on that unemployment thing limiting that unemployment so people wouldn't make more on unemployment total than they do with their jobs right now I get that but the point is is that you're going to be the one guy and trust me things change when people are waiting for that cash because they've been told now for what probably the last twenty four thirty six maybe forty eight hours how much money they're going to get they've been able to figure out how much money they're going to get even in your district representative Massey there are people who may be otherwise fiscally conservative but they're going to bite the bullet here because they want that money in their bank accounts the point is is that I don't think this battle works for you politically I don't think it works for anybody politically right now because you simply say I was one of the notes for the for the for the voice vote but it's not going to be an issue now this is not going to be that issue if you wanted if you really wish to start off is to stand up as we've said in normal times it's like you and I were looking at at social media yesterday and we said where were all these people in so called conservatives in normal times right when we were the ones railing against where the Republicans were going and taking you know taking the hits Ford from Republicans who now believe in much more government spending in normal time price the the problem is the problem of where we've gotten to is not because of even flawed bills that are passed in dire emergencies in extraordinary time brought it's because we spend too much in normal times right and I saw a ton on social media yesterday of Republican conservatives who were outraged you know for example by twenty five million dollars you know for the national domino the arts of the Kennedy center whatever and just furious about it as if the world had ended yeah right anyone I asked where were you the last couple of years where were you when Republicans were in charge where were you Republicans are saying well we can't find it now get well now you're going to fight it right and some of the money being spent you know when you talk about those things is not a great day look twenty five million twenty five million but it's not a great deal of money when we look at the spending that has been done in other places which is the hot in in the form of hundreds of billions of dollars right yeah the permanent stuff I mean you look at the like the permanent change that we've we've seen with more more the tendency to spend more and more and a run of a trillion dollar deficit I'm not blink I look I don't remember maybe he was but I don't remember Massey in those times being you know the the the forefront on fox news at look I'm gonna be on fox news and say the spending that that the Republican Party is going for and you people on fox or even endorsing mmhm but you're not fighting for this where was he then right if you're damn furious about it to hold this up where were you back then again on principle I might agree with you in fact I had several worry right I'm telling you it if you're looking for political points in your district this isn't about this isn't the one this is a good this is not going to get you that win it's not god bless you for being a fiscal conservative that's great but right now it is all hands on deck I'm I'm not saying again this is a my position this is the way they did that the people of his district and people around the nation are feeling and that is we want them we already know what they've done the tally they're spending that money in their head right now right now right or wrong you're going to hold it up and politically it's not gonna work for you it just isn't you know you if you push it back one day to Saturday you know you're you're delaying the game again and what are you doing it for because here's what happens on the whole you get something done later this morning the president signs it the Russia three department has the authorization that does something in in terms of the psychology for the American people again right or wrong we split it and six months later as you've been saying all we Kerry we're gonna look back at this and go hello I would you want a high end mass in our listeners right already doing that we we are we know the problems with it but the thing is is that the psychology right now is very different even amongst your constituents and the people supporting you represented a Massey so if you think it's gonna win you something you're wrong oh by the way since Eric mentioned the checks you're not going to be that that's the biggest story of the day yeah nothing surpasses that you will not be taxed on the checks that you receive yeah that's the big story bring that's the big story I think that's not even more important and then the side from the unemployment the the big check the big by stimulus check or your relief check that you're going to get the initial check will not be taxed so let me ask you this with the well when I saw and I knew it was coming mmhm but when I saw the you know three million plus yeah filed unemployment claims last week and I went okay let me look at the market many sub twelve hundred points yeah I'm thinking wow they figured it would be more down right they had a figure it was going to be more yeah right and and so.

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House leadership advises members to return to DC as Rep. Massie weighs roll call vote on stimulus package

Red Eye Radio

06:32 min | 2 years ago

House leadership advises members to return to DC as Rep. Massie weighs roll call vote on stimulus package

"Here's the thing about the whole situation with without massive we were talking about it acid being the the representative from Kentucky the Republican yes Kentucky right talking about possibly objecting to the voice vote so essentially procedurally you know they ask for voice if nobody objects they go to a voice well right but if someone objects they have to call everybody and they got to get a quorum which is two hundred sixteen members right the report is one source saying gas the Massey show right now so he's running the whole thing what well the thing is is you're not going to before represented a Massey you're not going to change anything right you may get you know you may get some Flack from your you want should possibly show your constituents in your district in Kentucky that you stood ground and you want to force it to a vote so you can be on record of saying no but it's not going to change anything and I don't know that it helps you much and you're just right because every I'm glad you explained that because in a voice vote either you are not registered right for for how you voted and so apparently he wants to make it clear but house leadership advise members on Thursday to it last night Thursday evening to come back to Washington on Friday morning if possible as tall tall or top lawmakers told the hill dot com they anticipate that representative Thomas Massie Republican of Kentucky would call for a roll call vote on the two trillion dollar stimulus package passed in the Senate earlier this week house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and house minority leader Kevin McCarthy aim to pass the bipartisan measure via voice vote in the lower chamber in an attempt to minimize the health risks for members who have traveled long distances amid the pandemic but according to multiple house members messages threatening to derail leaders plans taking issue with its cost and the process used to pass it through the upper chamber Mr horror and Mr McCarthy previously expected that the vote on HR seven eighty four of the corona virus aid relief and economic security act would be done by voice vote but there is now a possibility that the house Republican may suggest a quorum that if a court that suggested of a quorum is not present an attempt to call for a recorded vote on final passage sources and horrors press shop said we have notified our members of the possibility that the bill may not passed by voice vote the majority leader's office has sent notice to members that if they are they are able and willing to be in Washington DC by ten AM to do so they are encouraged to do so while exercising all due caution so there you go yeah and it's going to pass and yeah it's I mean it's gonna pass we know what's well if you just if you're doing this just to put yourself on record for your you know constituents in your district this isn't the one this isn't the battle to pick I understand as a fiscal conservative I get it if you're looking at this the weight Lindsey Graham looked at it and a lot of people looked at it then Lizzy Graham you know fought the fight and try to get as a member of post on that unemployment thing limiting that unemployment so people wouldn't make more on unemployment total than they do with their jobs right now I get that but the point is is that you're going to be the one guy and trust me things change when people are waiting for that cash because they've been told now for what probably the last twenty four thirty six maybe forty eight hours how much money they're going to get they've been able to figure out how much money they're going to get even in your district representative Massey there are people who may be otherwise fiscally conservative but they're going to bite the bullet here because they want that money in their bank accounts the point is is that I don't think this battle works for you politically I don't think it works for anybody politically right now because you simply say I was one of the notes for the for the for the voice vote but it's not going to be an issue now this is not going to be that issue if you wanted if you really wish to start off is to stand up as we've said in normal times it's like you and I were looking at at social media yesterday and we said where were all these people in so called conservatives in normal times right when we were the ones railing against where the Republicans were going and taking you know taking the hits Ford from Republicans who now believe in much more government spending in normal time price the the problem is the problem of where we've gotten to is not because of even flawed bills that are passed in dire emergencies in extraordinary time brought it's because we spend too much in normal times right and I saw a ton on social media yesterday of Republican conservatives who were outraged you know for example by twenty five million dollars you know for the national domino the arts of the Kennedy center whatever and just furious about it as if the world had ended yeah right anyone I asked where were you the last couple of years where were you when Republicans were in charge where were you Republicans are saying well we can't find it now get well now you're going to fight it right and some of the money being spent you know when you talk about those things is not a great day look twenty five million twenty five million but it's not a great deal of money when we look at the spending that has been done in other places which is the hot in in the form of hundreds of billions of dollars right yeah the permanent stuff I mean you look at the like the permanent change that we've we've seen with more more the tendency to spend more and more and a run of a trillion dollar deficit I'm not blink I look I don't remember maybe he was but I don't remember Massey in those times being you know the the the forefront on fox news at look I'm gonna be on fox news and say the spending that that the Republican Party is going for and you people on fox or even endorsing mmhm but you're not fighting for this where was he then right if you're damn furious about it to hold this up where were you back then again on principle I might agree with you in fact I had several worry right I'm telling you it if you're looking for political points in your district this isn't about this isn't the one this is a good this is not going to get you that win it's

Representative Kentucky
"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Four seven over and over and over and over again please okay just want to be okay travelers from New York New Jersey Connecticut and the city of New Orleans would be required to self quarantine for fourteen days before entering the state of Texas governor Greg Abbott announced at a news conference on Thursday and explained that the order which applies only to those who arrive in Texas by plane will be enforced by the Texas department of public safety alert from the designated areas will be asked to provide officials with a quarantine location the governor explained and the department of public safety state police will conduct visits to the designated quarantine locations to verify compliance Abbott said people affected by the order cannot have any visitors besides healthcare providers and they may not visit any public places Abbott said failure to comply will be considered a criminal offense sure by up to a one thousand dollar fine a hundred and eighty days in jail or both department of public safety troopers will conduct visits to those designated quarantine locations to verify compliance with this executive order failure to comply with this order is considered to be a criminal offense mmhm wow wow yeah or is it so there you go I was looking at somebody's posting pictures of here yesterday and it was a ghost town you know what it was like at noon I was gonna say earlier this week if anybody is in here don't go there for this reason but if you're in o'hare you know a tweet the picture out let us know because I was really curious about that I mean that's extremely rare and I've only been through here I've never been in the TSA line out of here I was once but no I've never I've never been because I was always passing through I've always passed through the airport you know connecting flight I know I've seen I've seen the lights as you go you know from one terminal to the other but I was I was really curious about that well here used to be my second home I spend so much time there can affect a lot of people second home because you spend so much time and waiting you know sometimes it's it's weird because you know you'll you'll you'll you'll be at the at the gate and you look across at the other gate and people just looking so defeated I mean it's there's just the look on their faces like they're never going to see their loved ones again sometimes I feel really sorry for them I I mean it's really when I whenever I mean hair mmhm when when you go to the A. S. H. or K. terminals right when Burr H. R. K. right there and they've got that split off there there's there's a wine bar I've never gone to the wine bar but there's a piano right there I was want to go and play the piano yeah right because most of the time once rather have some guy playing the piano you know and doing it at that you know I don't five seven but most on the piano just sits there right it's like it's a beautiful piano and I want to play in front I never do but that's and every time I go through here what do I think of home cinema hello no no no I can't ignore what now I've got that that's pre Gerry type two diabetes that's now I could walk right by I could just go and I don't think it's certain that was in terminal Gee I don't think that's there anymore not terminal to terminal G. the the second or the cinema the cinema but I think they did move it right yeah I yeah I don't I don't know if it's in there and I don't this is going to have a McDonald's in every terminal all she had to go to McDonald's everywhere yeah but every time I go through I think a home loan mmhm right along to yeah hold on to him every time it's like okay I don't mention that because it could trigger people because it has trumpeted for about ten seconds I didn't federal reserve road construction I wanted to take off the left I hope you're all angry now yes so well it's you know that I guess I'm not going to New York well here's the you know got a whole weeks here's the thing about the whole situation with without massive we were talking about it Masih being the the representative from Kentucky the Republican yes Kentucky right talking about possibly objecting to the voice vote so essentially procedurally you know they ask for voice if nobody objects they go to a voice well right but if someone objects they have to call everybody and they're getting a quorum which is two hundred sixteen members right the report is one sourcing gas the Massey show right now so he's running the whole thing well the thing is is you're not going to before represented a Massey you're not going to change anything right you may get you know you may get some Flack from your and you want to possibly show your constituents in your district in Kentucky that you stood ground and you want to force it to a vote so you can be on record of saying no but it's not going to change anything and I don't know that it helps you much in your just right because every I'm glad you explained that because in a voice vote you you are not registered right for for how you voted and so apparently he wants to make it clear but house leadership advise members on Thursday to it last night Thursday evening to come back to Washington on Friday morning if possible as tall tall or top lawmakers told the hill dot com they anticipate that representative Thomas Massie Republican of Kentucky would call for a roll call vote on the two trillion dollar stimulus package passed in the Senate earlier this week house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and house minority leader Kevin McCarthy aim to pass the bipartisan measure via voice vote in the lower chamber in an attempt to minimize the health risks for members who have traveled long distances amid the pandemic but according to multiple house members messages threatening to derail leaders plans taking issue with its cost and the process used to pass it through the upper chamber Mr Hordern Mister McCarty previously expected that the vote on HR seven eighty four of the corona virus aid relief and economic security act would be done by voice vote but there is now a possibility that the house Republican may suggest a quorum that if a court that suggested of a quorum is not present an attempt to call for a recorded vote on final passage sources and horrors a press shop said we have notified our members of the possibility of the bill may not pass by voice vote the majority leader's office has sent notice to members that if they are they are able and willing to be in Washington DC by ten AM to do so they are encouraged to do so while exercising all due caution so there and it's going to pass in yeah it's I mean it's gonna pass we know what's what if you just if you're doing this just to put yourself on record for your you know constituents in your district this isn't the one this isn't the battle to pick I understand as a fiscal conservative I get it if you're looking at this the weight Lindsey Graham looked at it and a lot of people looked at it unless you Graham you know fought the fight and try to get as a member of Porsche on that unemployment thing admitting that unemployment so people wouldn't make more on unemployment total than they do with their jobs right now I get that but the point is is that you're going to be the one guy and trust me things change when people are waiting for that cash because they've been told now for what probably the last twenty four thirty six maybe forty eight hours how much money they're going to get they've been able to figure out how much money they're going to get even in your district representative Massey there are people who may be otherwise fiscally conservative but they're going to bite the bullet here because they want that money in their bank accounts the point is is that I don't think this battle works for you politically I don't think it works for anybody politically right now because you simply say I was one of the notes for the for the for the voice vote but it's not going to be an issue now this is not going to be that issue if you wanted if you really wish to start off is to stand up as we've said in normal times it's like you and I were looking at at social media yesterday and we said where were all these people in so called conservatives in normal times right when we were the ones railing against where the Republicans were going and taking you know taking the hits Ford from Republicans who now believe in much more government spending in normal time price the the problem is the problem of where we've gotten to is not because of even flawed bills that are passed in dire emergencies in extraordinary time right it's because we spend too much in normal times right and I saw a ton on social media yesterday of Republican conservatives who were outraged you know for example by twenty five million dollars you know for the national domino the arts of the Kennedy center whatever and just furious about it as if the world had ended yeah right when I asked where were you the last couple of years where were you when Republicans were in charge where were you Republicans are saying well we can't find it now yeah well now you're going to fight it right ends and some of the money being spent you know when you talk about those things is not a great deal look twenty five million twenty five million but it's not a great deal of money when we look at the spending that has been done in other places which is the heightened in the form of hundreds of billions of dollars right yeah the permanent stuff right I mean you look at the like the permanent change that we've we've seen with more more the tendency to spend more and more and a run of a trillion dollar deficit I'm not blink look I don't remember maybe he was but I don't remember mass in those times being you know the the the forefront on fox news look I'm gonna be on fox news and say this spending that that the Republican Party is going for and you people on fox or even endorsing mmhm but you're not fighting for this where was he then right if your dad furious about it to hold this up where were you back then again on principle I might agree with you in fact I'd settle what right I'm telling you it if you're looking for political points in your district this isn't about this isn't the one this is a good this is not going to get you that win it's not.

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"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

11:03 min | 3 years ago

"representative thomas massie republican" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Read Jack corner sat in the corner eating a Christmas hi he put in his someone pulled out a he said what a good boy my I mean how crazy is is is the state of play in this country right now when you think that nobody is actually testified in the impeachment hearings about actual information they have about impeachable offenses by the president it's all been law professors and state department people nobody you can say I was there on Thursday the fifth when the president told us in a meeting that we better get the bidens invested like nobody can nobody nobody can do clue number the game clue your plate Clooney added colonel mustard in the library with the candlestick is have you had Adam Schiff and of course Jerry Nadler and Nancy Pelosi doing clue and solving it they said he misses purple overheard a phone call with Mr blue and there's a hand gun mentioned and clearly we have reason to believe the colonel mustard killed Mister pink in the library with the candelabra yet another that stuff I mean was a witness to this no we we have we interviewed some neighbors who have told us that they overheard a conversation involving some other neighbors who said that they felt that colonel mustard could have killed him with the candelabra so we're gonna go ahead and bring the charging without doubt please thank you you don't believe what we're saying that's because you want the collapse of the of the franchise so we're gonna bring some low professes to tell you why it is you should believe art theory and I just was in evidence it's gonna get some evidence please I mean there was there was more evidence that OJ was not guilty then there is the Donald Trump is guilty of of of deserving to be impeached it is the breadwinner will show eight hundred seven sixty KFMB eight hundred seven sixty five three six two this idea George Zimmerman is suing the family of Trayvon Martin and the publisher first a hundred million dollars that's that's I mean I hope I mean if he wins I hope he gets a new identity and leaves town because I I don't know that he's going to be a a safe guy going after these people quite so profoundly and really out of out of the blue I mean I'm not gonna lie yes it's been a number of years since this all happened this should scare you like this should scare you enough tonight that when you get into bed with your snotty and you get into bed with your but the thing that you put on your head to restore your hair follicles and and you put your you you put your a Chamonix on your face and all that all the items you put on before you go to sleep this should scare you should keep you awake all night this should lead to the night terrors for you because it's gonna give me night terrors when I share this with you Iran is secretly moving missiles into Iraq according to US officials the build up of the hidden arsenal of short range missiles is the latest sign that American efforts to deter Iran have largely failed hello Iran is using chaos in Iraq to build up a hidden arsenal of short range ballistic missiles as part of the effort to intimidate the Middle East and assert its power that according to American intelligence and military officials the buildup comes as the US has rebuilt its military presence in the Middle East to counter emerging threats to American interests that includes a tax on oil tankers facilities that intelligence officials have blamed on our on since may the trump administration has sent fourteen thousand additional troops to the region primarily to staff navy ships and missile defense systems but a new intelligence report about Iran's stockpiling of missiles in Iraq is the latest sign the trump administration's efforts to deter Tehran by increasing American military presence in the Middle East is failing this is the New York times the missiles pose a threat to American allies and partners in the region including Israel and Saudi Arabia now there's another report out there that I have seen that is indicating that Iran has all ready developed nuclear miss souls that can deploy a nuclear warhead remember the whole purpose of paying the Iranians all that money on those pallets of cash was to insure they never would do what they apparently are doing so if you have short range missiles and you have the ability to deploy an atomic bomb and you have those two things together in a rock what what do you have that starts to feel to me like the makings for a causes belli against Iran yes I mean this is this is a big deal folks do not take your eyes off of the security picture that's out there because this is a very dangerous neighborhood as you well know we have fourteen thousand troops that are there and I have no doubt in my mind that the Iranians would love to hit us right when we're not looking to send a message that they still run the region and that to me feels like a very very scary thing if they hit us we're gonna have to have a response if they had the Saudis are the Israelis I don't know that we're gonna have much influence on those people to to back it down I think they're just going to go for it and this this could be really chaotic can you imagine these idiots trying to impeach the president while we're dealing with all these challenge I mean it's really incredible elsewhere this little bit of news and I think this is fascinating while they were doing the impeachment hearings today you know what they did John you're you're gonna love this John one of the few robo call crackdown sales through the house uhhuh the measure would require phone companies to verify callers identities robo calls have apparently this is going to John handle it politico have apparently done the impossible you night eight toxic clean divided Washington in a sweeping for seventeen to three house vote Wednesday left Congress on the verge of passing legislation aimed at knocking back the billions and billions of on wanted automated phone calls that torment us each month I must get I probably get twenty five a week easily easily twenty four I get the Chinese lady talking in Chinese I get I mean it is really is an unbelievable thing so billions and billions of on wanted automated phone calls the torment Americans each month amid hopes that the Senate can send the measure to president trump by Christmas yes that would be a good thing the vote was on the same day the Judiciary Committee once it's first impeachment hearing on the president in a rare point of bipartisan harmony in a Congress that struggle to enact legislation of any substance lately now for seventeen to three who are you voting no on that China and then you must who's voting no you must be speaking huge money from scammers and Russians and shy calms Jon tester a senator from Montana said it's a pain in the neck to everybody it don't matter if you're a Democrat or Republican it's one of those issues totally bipartisan because everybody's impacted by this VS robo calls have interrupted members of Congress in the midst of hearings they've been raised constituents that spurred Marion complaints to lawmakers Greg Walden of Oregon top Republican on the house energy and commerce committee once ignored a call from trump over fears it was a robo call even democratic presidential contenders Andrew Yang and Amy Klobuchar have name checked the fight against the scourge in their campaign platforms so what does this do it's known as the Pologne Foon traced act T. R. A. C. E. D. act took months of wrangling among Republicans and Democrats to land on the forty four page taxed aims to tackle robo calls in several ways notably by requiring phone companies to verify were calls were coming from and let consumers block them at no additional cost it would also boost the law enforcement powers of the Federal Communications Commission to direct the justice department to convene a working group to make sure robo call violations are prosecuting this the bill specifically targets the so called one ring scam have you ever had this happen in which scammers dial from a fake number let it ring once an employee to get the consumer to call back hello that happens here do that often saddles the person with hefty fees for calling a foreign number rates I've never done that I thought about doing that but then I thought also man I'm gonna get charged a boatload of you know money Dinero it directs the FCC to cover the regulations to protect consumers how bad is the problem Americans last year were hit with forty eight billion robo calls in October of this month of this year Americans got five point seven billion robo calls gonna have to do a couple things to clear trump's signature Senate leadership hopes it can usher through the bill without a roll call vote I'm hoping we can get that done if not this week and next week said John there we got a couple of dominoes it need to fall before it happens what here we go one wild card remains libertarian rand Paul who already voted against an earlier robo call fighting built now gosh why he objects he can quick block passage of the bill in the Senate why would he blocked act eighteen PM Verizon are coalescing around the legislation saying the battle against illegal robocalls is winning is the key to winning back the trust of consumers yes just stop sharing information with Adam Schefter while you're at it so there you go a handful of libertarian minded lawmakers representatives Thomas Massie Republican from Kentucky Justin a mass independent of Michigan and the freedom Costco caucus chair and a bigot Biggs a Republican from Arizona also voted against the bill before those people need to be forcibly robo calls for three straight days that's what needs to happen to them you want to smoke a cigarette you're going to smoke a carton you like robo call so much that's all you're getting on your phone for three straight days a signature will we hang tough year.

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