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Kurt Schlichter: Merrick Garland Needs to Be Impeached

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:10 min | 2 d ago

Kurt Schlichter: Merrick Garland Needs to Be Impeached

"It's unbelievably cynical. How people like you, Merrick Garland. Rely on that. You can say a lot of bad things about Mitch McConnell. And I have. But at least he kept you off the Supreme Court and for that we deserve his eternal gratitude. Because let me tell you something, Merrick. If I can call you by your first name because we're pals. You need to be impeached by the incoming Republican House. You need to be impeached because you have not done your duty. You have failed to do your duty. You tell us there's the rule of law and 2 million illegal aliens coming into the country. Can you tell me there's the rule of law, Nancy Pelosi's husband gets hammered, swerve and all over the place runs into somebody. He's got free. Then you got somebody who took a selfie in the rotunda. Of the capitol, which all of us own, by the way. Don't belong to you people in Washington belongs to us. And you want to send them to jail for like three or four years. Don't tell me there's even justice because there isn't.

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"republican house" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:48 min | Last week

"republican house" Discussed on WTOP

"Is our producer, top stories we're following for you tonight. Campaign 2022 on WTO be voters in 5 states are holding their primaries this evening with some polls now closed the first polls closed in the 8 o'clock hour. Arizona, Michigan, Missouri, Washington and Kansas voters all selecting their candidates for the November general election and just to be super specific. It is Washington state voters tonight. Some of the most contentious races are in Arizona where the Republican governors primary has turned into a proxy fight between former president Trump and his former vice president Mike Pence with both men and endorsing a different GOP candidate. In Kansas voters are deciding whether to remove a state constitutional amendment, protecting a woman's right to abortion. Three Republican House members who voted to impeach Donald Trump for the January 6th insurrection are seeking reelection. Early returns. Now, this is with less than 1% of the votes in and this is the U.S. Senate race in Missouri to replace the retiring Roy blunt on the Republican side, Eric Schmidt is in the lead with 38%. Vicky hartzler and second place 30% Eric greitens in third place at 16%. Former president Trump last night just said he's endorsing Eric leaving it up to people to decide whether he meant Schmidt or greitens. On the democratic side, trudy bush Valentine with 50% of the vote over Lucas kunz, who was at 27%. That's the democratic primary for Senate in Missouri, popping over to Michigan. We've got some numbers in 4% of precincts reporting in the Michigan primary for governor on the Republican side Tudor Dixon in first place, 47 and a half percent. Kevin rinky and second place about 22% Ryan Kelly with 14% of the vote in third place. Gretchen Whitmer on the democratic side is the incumbent and she is running uncontested. Other news tonight, two Arizona Republicans recruited to help former president Trump stay in office after his 2020 election defeat, told one of his lawyers they feared their actions could be viewed as treasonous. The New York Times reviewed emails, which indicated that Arizona Republican Party chair Kelly ward and state senator Kelly Townsend were concerned about the legality of a plan to present fake electors, a fake slate of electors claiming that Trump had won an Arizona ward ultimately did sign on to the fake electric scheme, townshend did not. Both women have been subpoenaed by the Justice Department for information about the fake electric scheme and documents detailing their communications with the Trump legal team. Knew this evening as well, I'll watchdog group is calling on the Justice Department to investigate the wiping of outgoing top Defense Department and army officials, smartphones at the end of the Trump administration. The action eliminated texts from some of the key witnesses to activities surrounding the January 6th insurrection. According to CNN, the acknowledgment that the phones were wiped and text messages not preserved was revealed in a freedom of information act lawsuit brought by American oversight. The group filed foia requests within days of the January 6th attack, seeking records from several top Pentagon people. There's no suggestion that the officials themselves erase the records. Now 8 35, the Senate has approved legislation tonight to provide new healthcare benefits for military veterans, including those who camped outside the capitol for days to put pressure on lawmakers. Here's WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. The yeas are 86, the nays are 11. Many Republicans switched their votes for a second time to support the bill after their amendments were considered and failed. Comedian John Stewart held vigil with veterans here in Washington. To just get the healthcare and benefits that they earn from their service. And now after well over a decade of efforts, including several days spent outside the capital, they heard the words they've been waiting for from Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer. If you are a veteran from Vietnam to Iraq to Afghanistan to everywhere in between and you get sick from burn pit exposure or agent orange, you will finally be able to get your earned benefits guaranteed. The bill now goes to the president for his signature. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, news. House speaker Nancy Pelosi continues to visit Taiwan tonight's parking increased tensions with China, which claims the self ruled island as its own. China immediately announced a series of military maneuvers in the waters off Taiwan and retaliation. In a statement Pelosi said that her visit honors Americans on wavering commitment to supporting Taiwan's vibrant democracy. I believe she has every right to go. You do not want the Chinese Communist Party dictating to senior American leaders where they can and can not travel. Blue sea isn't the first lawmaker to visit Taiwan this year, but she's the first House speaker to do so in 25 years. And she's been a thorn in China's side since 1991 when she unfurled a pro democracy banner in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. CBS News correspondent Nancy cordes, the Biden administration has repeatedly said that the visit would not signal a change in U.S. policy toward Taiwan and toward China. The Department of Justice challenges a very restrictive abortion law in Idaho. That's ahead. It's 8 37. Shulman Rogers is a full service law firm with offices in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia. Attorneys at the firm take pride in the long-term relationships they build with clients across the DMV and around the country. Like real estate client, Elliot estes of woodmont lodging. 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Tennessee GOP leaders urge delay of toddler COVID-19 shots

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Tennessee GOP leaders urge delay of toddler COVID-19 shots

"Some state lawmakers are taking aim at the distribution of newly available COVID vaccines for children under 5 Top Tennessee Republican House leaders are urging governor Bill Lee to delay the state's health department from distributing and promoting COVID-19 vaccines that are now available for infants toddlers and preschoolers In a letter sent Wednesday to the Republican governor State House leaders including Tennessee House speaker Cameron Sexton and House majority leader William Lambert said they had too many concerns surrounding the vaccine for those under 5 years old the lawmakers claimed that the COVID-19 emergency has long passed in Tennessee though that statement is disputed by public health experts The letter comes just days after Florida raised eyebrows for being the only state in the country not to pre order the vaccine for its toddlers Florida's Republican governor Ron DeSantis said he wouldn't facilitate their distribution but the shots are available to those who want them I'm Jennifer King

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It's Primary Day Across 7 States Today

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

It's Primary Day Across 7 States Today

"It's primary day in America, primary elections in 7 states could have helped set the stage for the midterms. A string of Republican House incumbents, according to the New York Post, are contending with challenges from the political right you got, of course, California, the Democrat fortress, but there are some house races in California, which are some of the most competitive in the country. Iowa, you got a battle there, Mississippi, Montana, a dozen House districts on the ballot in New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota, and whatever happens, it all seems like we are poised to have a return to some semblance of normalcy. Come November the

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"republican house" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 2 months ago

"republican house" Discussed on WTOP

"A leader of the pack in Maryland's democratic primary for governor We're talking about state comptroller Peter franchot a Baltimore sun university of Baltimore poll puts him on top with 20% of likely voters nonprofit organization leader Wes Moore comes in second with 15% former federal labor secretary Tom Perez who also ran the DNC rounds out the top with 12% In the Republican primary former Maryland commerce secretary Kelly Schultz leads delegate Dan Cox The poll of almost a thousand likely democratic and Republican voters has a 4.1% margin of error for Democrats It's 4.7% for Republicans and the Maryland primary is July 19th The members of Virginia's majority Republican House of delegates will not have to face an unscheduled election this year a three judge panel has dismissed a lawsuit that tried to force all 100 of them to have to run for office The court ruled longtime Democratic Party activist Paul Goldman lacked standing to pursue his lawsuit Goldman had argued that House members elected for two year terms last November must run again this year under newly redrawn maps that properly align legislative districts with population shifts Last year's elections were held under old legislative boundaries due to redistricting delays There's no comment so far from Goldman We've been telling you about the struggle for community colleges to get more students to sign up for classes again in our final report in our special series the enrollment decline WTO's Mike Morello looks at how some area colleges are combating this drop Students want more virtual learning options so prince George's community college will be delivering on that They want more offerings outside of the institution Tyson veal is vice president of student affairs at the school He says federal COVID dollars have also allowed them to bring back more students who stop for money reasons They usually compete by Michelle Brown never to heads up enrollment management in Northern Virginia community college says they're teaming up with George Mason university a four year college to allow students to take classes at both schools Where they have that pathway to get their baccalaureate degree while getting their associates degree with us first Learn more about what schools are doing at WTO P dot com Mike Morello WTO news It's 7 25 money news at 25 and 55 Here's Jeff claw But I'll finish Monday up 16 points The S&P 500 up 13 Baltimore's Under Armour is being removed from the S&P 500 Index Its.

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The Left's Hold on the Black Community Is Coming to an End

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 2 months ago

The Left's Hold on the Black Community Is Coming to an End

"I want to get right to our guest. Someone who I have an amazing amount of respect for, I read basically everything he puts out. If there's an op-ed by this man, I read it. He's kind of the senior Professor of the conservative movement, and we are honored to have this great patriot with us today. Newt Gingrich, mister speaker, welcome back to the program. Thank you for that warm introduction. As long as you say those nice things, I'll always show up. Well, then we have a deal. So I want to talk about your piece. Democrats hold on the black community is ending, this is something that people have been talking about for a couple years. It was a wonderful piece, walk our audience through it. Well, we've been working on a project that Bernie Marcus launched back in 19 18, looking at the question of could you find an American majority that would be large enough and stable enough that you could really get the big things done we need to get this country back on the right road. And because of my background, both working with Ronald Reagan and then with the contract with America in creating the first Republican House majority in 40 years, we had sort of an instinct for how to do this. What's happened, of course, is that Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer mean, let's be fair. They all work together. They've created such a bad performance record at levels people feel. There was a brilliant article the other day by Selena zito, who's one of the great students of American politics. And she said, she was interviewing people in small towns in western Pennsylvania who said to her, look, I can't find baby formula without going to four or 5 stores. And I can't afford the gasoline to go to four or 5 stores. So Joe Biden is hitting me and every possible way. And I think what all that's doing is we have to remember, African Americans are as pocket sensitive as Latinos or Asian Americans or for that matter, caucasians. And they're looking out there that say, it ain't working.

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Ukraine vs. Border Wall: What's the Better Investment for America?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:25 min | 5 months ago

Ukraine vs. Border Wall: What's the Better Investment for America?

"Play another piece of tape here. Senator bob Menendez predicted quote strong bipartisan support for $13 billion of humanitarian military aid to Ukraine, play cut one 15. Today, I hope, on the Senate floor, we will pass a 13 plus $1 billion Ukraine bill that will give them more lethal assistance as well as we see from the pictures that just took place on your program. Humanitarian assistance, and I believe there will be strong bipartisan support for that as well. And then finally, we need to keep finding every way to tighten the noose around Putin's neck so that this barbaric war can stop. So you hear that, senator bob Menendez says we need to spend the $13 billion of this barbaric war can stop. I agree we should try to stop the war. How does supply more weapons stop a war to a weaker opponent? That prolongs a war. And that might be the right choice. Maybe, you know what? We need to make sure Ukraine fights Russia forever till Russia leaves. They're probably not going to leave. Putin has no choice. He's only going to further escalate this. What's the off ramp or our leaders thinking of how we could try to broker peace or try to broker further conflicts of defense contractors can make more money? I just want to play a tape here that just really frustrates me if I could be perfectly honest. Okay. It's from a couple years ago and some people say Charlie, this is unrelated. It's totally related. It's president Trump saying, quote, we're talking about a wall for our country for at most $20 billion. I could do it cheaper. I need about at most $15 billion. And it'll be better than anyone could ever see. So president Trump with a Republican House and Senate was asking for the same amount of money nearly the same amount of money that our Republicans rushed and were enthusiastic to go send to a country in a far distant land that we do not have an allegiance or an alliance to that is corrupt, laundress money and full of oligarchs, and yet when Trump asked for it, no Republican leader was willing to fund a southern border wall as we saw 2 million people cross into our country illegally last year. Play cut one 18. And we're talking about a wall for 20 billion, 15 billion. I could even do a cheaper. I have to. And it'll be better than anybody's ever seen a wall. And so Trump was asking for $20 billion. And ask yourself, what is a better return on the investment for the American people? $14 billion to Ukraine? Or $20 billion for a wall? Which is

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Abrams Treads Carefully in Relationship With Biden

The Larry Elder Show

01:07 min | 7 months ago

Abrams Treads Carefully in Relationship With Biden

"Regarding Stacey Abrams, the failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate skipping the Georgia speech. Here's what they said about this on morning Joe and morning Joe of course, I'm not sure what he is now. He certainly was a Republican House member, but has moved steadily to the left and has been a harsh critic of Donald Trump. Here's what he said about Stacey Abrams, skipping the Georgia speech by Joe Biden. I mean, politicians show up with presidents when they have 52% approval ratings. Politicians don't show up with presidents when their approval ratings may be in the 30s in a state where they are. There's another reason. Are you getting the tires rotated? And right now in the middle of COVID, that's kind of hard. I just don't know. I would say this about whatever. This is politics one O one. I find it fascinating and it speaks less to stay Stacey Abrams that really does than it does when she perceives Joe Biden's political standing to be in the state of George right now. That she's not showing up in an event that was custom made for her.

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The fates of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump

AP News Radio

00:21 sec | 7 months ago

The fates of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump

"Another another one one of of the the ten ten Republican Republican house house members members who who voted voted to to impeach impeach president president Donald Donald Trump Trump has has announced announced he he will will not not seek seek reelection reelection I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest isn't isn't it it not not it it states states to to incite incite this this attack attack without without consequences consequences is is a a direct direct threat threat to to the the future future of of this this democracy democracy for for this this reason reason I I will will vote vote to to impeach impeach this this president president that's that's New New York York congressman congressman John John

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Blaze Media: Marc Elias Predicts 2022 Litigation to Remove Republican House Members

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Blaze Media: Marc Elias Predicts 2022 Litigation to Remove Republican House Members

"From the blaze media Company that I helped form a fantastic company where we have Levin TV among others Prominent democratic lawyer predicts 2022 litigation aimed at removing Republican House of representative members from their seats This is also in part with Liz Cheney And Nancy Pelosi are up to Liz Cheney think she has the power of Benito masolino or worse The members of this committee do they think just because they're a committee they can throw around subpoenas They can violate separation of powers They can crush executive privilege because the dingbat in the Oval Office Where's my oatmeal But anyway no Mark Elias that name That name should now ring a bell in all of your minds As a contemptible slip and fall lawyer for the hardcore left Democrat party Mark Elias one of the most prominent Democrat lawyers in the country is predicting Democrats will attempt to prevent some duly elected Republican House members from serving And that they may even attempt the file litigation to prevent some Republican members from serving So you see they don't want to count all the votes They don't want to accept all elections ladies and gentlemen They have strategies for challenging in the 2016 vote of Trump and trying to destroy him in the meantime they have efforts underway to go after their own members of the opposition party in order to prevent them from actually serving No no no no They don't believe in the right to vote Unless you vote for

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Activists March Nationwide for Voting Rights

NBC Nightly News

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Activists March Nationwide for Voting Rights

"There are new nationwide calls for fair voting rights. Tonight has more states consider legislation that some say could restrict voter access. Today's marches also had another important meaning for the thousands demanding. Change kathy part. Reports tonight marches across america demanding protections for voting rights. We need to be here and lead our governments know that we truly believe in the voting rights for all but ways to keep poor people from voting to keep black and brown people voting to keep disabled people from voting. And if you buy into any of those categories you need to be out here and doing whatever it takes. Donations capital a show of force with activists and civil rights leaders pressuring congress to pass legislation. That would protect elections and voters at the federal level. We must remain engaged to create the accountability. The political power that leads to change that message landing on the fiftieth anniversary of the march on washington. When martin luther king junior delivered his famous. I have a dream speech. Today's organizers say forty eight states have introduced nearly four hundred bills this year amounting to voter suppression in texas republican house. Members just approved a bill. Banning drive-thru polling places and twenty four hour voting democrats said the legislation would disproportionately affect people of color. The political battles over the right to vote a reality then and now

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Texas, Republican House And Dade Phelan discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Texas, Republican House And Dade Phelan discussed on AP News Radio

"Hi my cross year reporting some Texas Democrats return ending a thirty eight day hold out over voting restrictions legislation the walkout by Texas state Democrats attempting to thwart Republican sponsored voting restrictions collapsed after thirty eight days Thursday some of the more than fifty Democrats who fled to Washington DC returns to Austin setting off a new fight among Democrats themselves although it was unclear how many Democrats broke ranks Republican house speaker Dade Phelan said enough had returned to achieve a quorum which in the house requires one hundred present legislators the Texas house is now expected to quickly move forward to pass new limits and rules affecting the more than sixteen million registered voters in the Lone Star state hi

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Civil Warrants Served at Texas Democrats' Statehouse Offices, but Holdout Continues

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Civil Warrants Served at Texas Democrats' Statehouse Offices, but Holdout Continues

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting Texas law enforcement has been enlisted to end of the hold out by democratic lawmakers the battle over proposed new voting restrictions in Texas escalated Thursday with majority Republicans in listing the help of law enforcement to force the return of democratic legislators who fled a month ago a spokesman for Republican house speaker date failing announced the sergeant at arms deputized members of Texas law enforcement to assist in efforts to compel a quorum more than fifty Democrats led to Washington DC on July twelfth additionally the Texas Supreme Court Thursday halted protective orders sought by Democrats that would have prevented them from being forced to return to the capitol hi Mike Rossi out

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Texas Democrats Continue Holdout, Don’t Show for New Session

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Democrats Continue Holdout, Don’t Show for New Session

"Texas Democrats still refused to return to the state capitol Saturday as governor Greg Abbott began out third attempt at passing new election laws Republican house speaker Dade Phelan opened the session a quorum is not present and then quickly closed the session after representative Morgan Myers motion I move that the house adjourned until four PM Monday members are the motion gestures on some of the standoff ramped up in July when some democratic state lawmakers fled to Washington DC Abbott a Republican threatened Democrats with the rest in an effort to compel them back but state troopers have no jurisdiction beyond Texas however democratic leaders have not committed to sitting out the entire thirty day session leaving open the possibility that enough could return at some point to end the stalemate Texas would ban twenty four hour polling locations drive through boating and give partisan poll watchers more access under the bill that Republicans were on the brink of passing in may I'm Julie Walker

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House Fails to Extend Eviction Moratorium Ahead of 6-Week Recess

Glenn Beck

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

House Fails to Extend Eviction Moratorium Ahead of 6-Week Recess

"Iverson Evictions Moratorium extension He fails in the House Democrats attempt was objected to by Republicans House Speaker Pelosi. This is really, really so unfair to the landlords, the housing providers, however, they are identified as well as to the renters who will now end up. Hopefully not. Hopefully the money will get out there. No word what happens next? Other than the evictions protection expiring late tomorrow night? House just left for vacation. The Supreme Court ruling bars the executive branch from taking action, but it is not a money issue. The federal government's only spend three billion of more than 46 billion available to help out of work. Americans pay their rent. White House spokesperson Karine Jean Pierre blaming that on the state's This shouldn't be happening. Uh, states should be making sure that these monies are getting out as quickly as possible. It's not clear if states are delaying helping renters or renters don't know how to get the cash. Many could start getting eviction notice. Is this

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Conservatives Need to Draw the Line to Curtail Ubiquitous Porn

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Conservatives Need to Draw the Line to Curtail Ubiquitous Porn

"And i i really believe that the porn example is a pretty good. I think there's broad agreement here that we need to curtail. The spread of ubiquitous hot high-speed pornography in our culture. There were two laws passed for this in the nineteen ninety s with a republican house and a democrat senate democrat president the communications decency act which we actually argue a lot about now because of its section to thirty provision for big tech and the child online protection act. The cd was gutted by the supreme court and the copa. The child online protection act was held up in the courts as well but there was overwhelming support for this. I talked to a lot of young conservatives. As do you young conservatives in particular really want to curtail this stuff. And i i think. Beginning with obscenity as a way to kind of sh- finally have some limits. Some standards here is a great way to begin. There's no first amendment protection for it. And it's a recognition that liberty requires the suppression of of certain appetites and liberal education requires the cultivation of certain virtues and a conservative society needs prudence. We need to be able to say yeah. Words means something we can kind of know things in and we can kind of guide how we're going to govern ourselves and we really can't tell the difference between drag wing story our in church on sunday or a porn star and political speech than we can't tell the difference between between anything and we can't govern ourselves but just fascinated that really sharp people whether david french ben dominic That they would fall for this. I mean it seems to be kind of pure libertarianism. that in in seconds falls apart. I mean we just said it right. You know if you wanna bring. Let's bring in the racist. We wanted to be a big ten. I don't have to agree with them. But bring them in. No listen speaking of buckley when he founded national review in the fifties He specifically said that we're not going to let the john birch irs in. He understood that there are. We wanted to be as big a tent as can be but we have to draw the line. If pita can't do that everything falls

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Former President Trump Holds First Rally Since Leaving Office

BBC World Service

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Former President Trump Holds First Rally Since Leaving Office

"A rally Saturday night in Wellington, Ohio, his first rally since leaving office. He repeated his false claims that the 2020 presidential election was tainted by fraud. Calling it the scam of the century. Event was held to promote the candidacy of Max Miller, a former White House aide who is mounting a primary challenge to Republican Congressman Anthony Gonzales. Gonzalez was one of 10 Republican House members who voted to impeach Trump for his role in the January 6th insurrection. The U. S men's

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McConnell rips into Marjorie Taylor Greene

AP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

McConnell rips into Marjorie Taylor Greene

"Denounced a controversial Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, who's pushed conspiracy theories that dispute the Parkland School massacre and the 9 11 attack on the Pentagon. McConnell calls her a cancer on the Republican Party more from our Mike Rossia. McConnell's denunciation of freshman representative Marjorie Taylor. Greene came ahead of a possible showdown in the house over the Georgia Republican. House Democrats are prepared to send a resolution to the House floor Wednesday, Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Felice

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Mitch McConnell rips into Marjorie Taylor Greene

AP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Mitch McConnell rips into Marjorie Taylor Greene

"Denounced a controversial Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, who's pushed conspiracy theories that dispute the Parkland School massacre and the 9 11 attack on the Pentagon. McConnell calls her a cancer on the Republican Party more from our Mike Rossia. McConnell's denunciation of freshman representative Marjorie Taylor. Greene came ahead of a possible showdown in the house over the Georgia Republican. House Democrats are prepared to send a resolution to the House floor Wednesday, Los Angeles County Supervisor

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"republican house" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"republican house" Discussed on KOMO

"Moh news. Good morning couple news time. 9 30 Time to go live to ABC News for an update on our world in our top local stories. Republican House leader Kevin McCarthy facing criticism from Democrats and some Republicans for assigning Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene to the committee on Education and Labor Green, a supporter of the conspiracy theory, Group. Q. And on Has also reportedly posted on social media false claims that the sandy hook shootings in Newtown and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shootings were fake today. At her briefing, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Green's new position brings more pain to families of school violence. What could they be thinking? You're thinking too generous, a word for what they might be doing. It's absolutely appalling. McCarthy, also in Florida today, reportedly to meet with former President Trump, He's trying to repair riffs within the GOP party following the U. S Capitol siege and pending impeachment trial. Cove in covert 19 variant from South Africa. Now here in the U. S. South Carolina health officials say they've identified two cases in their state from the South Africa variant. Shell, France and ABC News come on, whose time 9 31, and it's time for our top stories from the come on 24 7 News center this afternoon, Governor Inslee is expected to announce some changes to the state's road man for reopening. Meanwhile, a new study shows that under the current rules, Washington has some of the tightest covert 19 restrictions in the country, according to wallet hub dot com. Washington is the sixth most restrictive state when it comes to covert 19, and it's the second most restrictive when it comes to reopening bars and restaurants. Keith Moon at a restaurant called Tumbleweeds in the Tri Cities is not happy about that, but he's not surprised by it, either. Perhaps the hardest thing is just trying to get a cohesive message of what are the restrictions. And what is the expectation for restaurants?.

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"republican house" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"republican house" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Sunday. All look pretty okay with highs in the fifties. Right now. A W b A P 37 degrees I found the statement by Mike Pence on the 25th amendment. He said he's talking about Nancy Pelosi just a few months ago when you introduced legislation to create a 25th amendment commission. You said the president's fitness for office must be determined by science and fax. Hey, said you. You said that we must be very, very respectful of not making a judgment on the basis of a comment or behavior that we don't like, right, but based on medical decision medical decision What Alan Dershowitz came out, said that a few days ago to about why he's he thinks it's a bad decision to impeach President Trump. And, Of course, he's gonna be President Trump's lawyer. More than likely he was the last time but he came out, said No. This is a bad precedent they're setting. Just impeach based off of feelings, essentially now Liz Cheney, the Republican congresswoman. Has come out and said, Hey, I will support the Democratic move to impeach President Trump. She's one of four Republican House members so far. To say that now, I don't think this matters a whole lot because whether or not a few Republicans go along with it It's gonna happen like they've got the numbers, Then they've got control in the house to where they're going to be able to impeach him. The question is going to be what is the Senate going to do? That that's that's the big question. And what blows my mind about this too. I'm sure you've talked about this is that they can theoretically do this after he leaves office. Like they're still impeach him after that. Yeah, There's been a lot of legal scholars and constitutional law experts that have been looking into this and say that you know, the Senate can kind of split their their time essentially after inauguration and spend half their time confirming Joe Biden's Cabinet picks. And the rest of half the half of their time working on this impeachment trial. I got to tell you if they're if they're going to do it that way. And actually continue this after the new administration comes in after Biden is in the White House and to drag this out. Every one of those guys have been elected worrying about the good of the country. They're crazy. Well, I think Joe Biden doesn't want to GI think Joe Biden just wants to move on because I don't think he wants his You know, the 1st 100 days or whatever that, you know, Cheese ball line is you don't want his 1st 100 days defined by President Trump. All right, you know, with as much as he's battled President Trump sure he wants to get his own stuff pushed through right to bring it home locally. Pay attention, John Cornyn and what he if he just sits back passively and doesn't argue about this. Yeah, remember it. Come Come here like a 66 years much, have we? No, No, it's been a tale of two senators between him and Ted Cruz. Really 5 37 pieces. You know, Twitter wants an open Internet. Yeah, Scott told me that it's gonna be true. And a lot of people are pointing out the hypocrisy with Twitter about this that's coming up in 5 37 this morning..

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"A member of Congress who was among those huddling in a secure location during last week's pro Trump riot, the U. S Capitol. Has tested positive for covert Democratic representative Bonnie Watson Coleman of New Jersey, revealing. She has tested positive for covert 19 tweeting following the events of Wednesday, including sheltering with several colleagues who refused to wear masks. I decided to take a covert test, I have tested positive and quote a number of Republican House members who were on the House floor on Wednesday ignored instructions to wear face masks.

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"republican house" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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02:14 min | 1 year ago

"republican house" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That was a close one that her and Christina Hale. That's a very important race for the Republicans. It helps them to they have. Also, they didn't capture majority in the U. S House of representatives, but they have cut into the lead fairly significantly for the Democrats between seats. 7 to 13 is the estimate that I heard So I'm gonna just say something around 10. Maybe, but that's it. And that's not a pickup for the Republicans there because Susan Brooks is a Republican, but that's AKI Hold for the Republicans, and that's not just a keyhole Republicans. Christina Hale is a very, very formidable Indiana Democratic candidate and Soto beat her means that you must have run a very, very good campaign. And we're touching on one of the reasons why ultimately I think that Donald Trump has Legitimately lost the election and why the results clearly show a repudiation on some of the behaviour that we all saw on display during the administration because it can't be possibly be a rigged corrupt election in which Mitch McConnell retains his see. Republicans likely retain control of the Senate, even by a close majority. Damn. Republicans make gains in the house and retain their governorship. So people voted for the Republican senators. They voted for the Republican House members. They voted for their Republican governors. But they either didn't vote or cross ballots on did not support Donald Trump. And that is ultimately on no one else. But Donald Trump. That's a That's a great point and something to support that, too. It's looking like Republicans in general are going to hold state legislatures, which is key for the census. You're coming up now. You're in the redrawing of district lines for the U. S house, And in fact, I believe there was only one state house that flipped. And it was New Hampshire flip from the Democrats, the Republicans, and so that's a great point. What you're saying, you know, it's a muddied election. And to call it a big fraud probably not know more than the 2016 election. And I refuse to lower myself into a reduction of the Democratic argument that Russia collusion stole the election from Hillary Clinton and no, no Donald Trump legitimately lost. It's disappointing. I voted for him, You know, full disclosure..

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06:17 min | 1 year ago

"republican house" Discussed on KGO 810

"Loans till no, no, no, it's it's insane, and I'm still paying off mine. I'm 56 years old. I should be retired a few years, you know, and they don't care if both parties are corrupted, but the Democrats are less corrupted. And we could at least do some work on them. You know, we got the squad in there. We need to get triple the squad and we could do something. And I have hope for that. So that's always there. Thanks. Jeff. Good talking to you, friend. Thank you so much. And and good luck with what you're doing, You know, maybe maybe my question was a little off What I said, Would you be satisfied? I don't think anybody should be. Is going to stop pushing for total control, just as people in the right didn't stop pushing for total control, when, when the The house and the Senate went to the GOP during Obama's term it It's not like they said, Well, you know, we've got the legislative branch. We don't really need to worry about the president. No, they wanted to have all three. Of course, every you know, but the party leaders want to have total control. Politicians love power. Last thing they want to share any power. So, Yeah. I mean, everybody. Everybody wants to see that. I'm just saying. Is there consolation? And if your if your candidate doesn't win the presidency with only consolation if your party won the Senate Or vice versa. If you're You know, whatever it is, If your if your candidate wins the presidency, would you feel Would you feel the same sort of nerves if they didn't win the Senate? Goto Livermore were Rick checks in Rick Let's imagine it splits in area where one party wins the White House in one party wins the Senate. Where do you stand on that? Yeah, I'd be overjoyed if fighting becomes president and the Senate states, right, but slightly red, but stays right? Um, basically, ah, moderate conservative, but I cannot Stand another four years of Trump as president. So I would like to invite the president, but I don't want to be us become one too many things that are far liberal ideals put into place. Did it concern you to see some things that were being put into place that we're a little a little more authoritarian conservative, and I think it's a different conservative and authoritarian conservative. Let me make that clear. But did that concern you, too? See the pendulum sort of swing too far to the right in the last few years? For the poor devil. I think the court right now is or two, right? Um, I do think that we said quote unquote attack the court. But I hope that Biden makes it only 11 justices so that it becomes, you know of 74. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. Yeah. What if, Let me just throw this out here and I'm just thinking off the top of my head, Rick and I probably should have noticed earlier on the show. And maybe I'll Maybe I'll say this topic again tomorrow as well that it becomes You know what, Rick? Thanks, man. Thanks. Appreciate the call I got I gotta bounce on the snow. Getting some feedback there all of sudden. Maybe I should. Maybe I should save this for tomorrow. But I'm gonna throw it out there. I'm not gonna take any calls on this. Mull it over for the night. I'm gonna mull it over for the night to because producer Jason didn't have a chance to sort of flush this one out at all. What It's been a lot of talk about packing the court. I have concerns about any president who decides they're going to pack the court. And my concerns are that you have, you know, Let's say Biden comes in and goes. Okay. Well, we got to switch this court in the courts too far to the right. I'm gonna add Ah, I'm gonna add four seats. So that I can shift the balance of power back to the left. Okay, so that it's 76. So then let's say that that a Republican wins in 2024. Do they come in and had two more seats and the Democrat comes in in 2028 minutes, two more scenes so they can continue to shift the balance of power. You see what I mean? Don't like I don't like the idea of somebody just saying Well, I don't like the way the court is so I'll just change scored. I don't like that. It's one thing again. You'd have to have a lot of legislative cooperation in all these different things. But we've seen in the last couple of decades. Total control of the legislative and The executive branch is Right? We've seen Clinton had A Democrat, House and Senate until it flipped in 94. We saw a Bush with Republican House Senate We saw Obama Republican House set until it flipped in 2010. We saw Trump Republican House and Senate and then flip Biden may have Democrat House and Senate might be ableto quote unquote packed the courts. I like the argument to say, Look, you've got nine justices representing nearly 40 million people a piece if you were to do the breakdown, Okay, That's It's a lot, right. However, you've got one piece of paper that oversees all 333 of 40 million of us right now, that is the Constitution. So how many How many different ways do you have to have in on that? Okay, I'm okay with expanding the court. I'm actually all right with that. And I'm pretty traditional guy. I like to see things moved pretty slowly. I'm okay with expanding the court. But because I like to save things move slowly. With Biden wouldn't put out A plan. Is Rick just said, you know, maybe he expands it to 11. If you were expended to 11 And then your judicial appointments would be probably more Democrats more of the democratic persuasion. Then you'd have a 56. With Roberts is sort of a swing vote, so would be a pretty even court. But put together a plan. Let's say you want to get up to 15 justices. Maybe you propose That the plan is we expand, too 11. And then it expands to 13 in 2025. And then it expands to 15 in 2029 in doing so, you're actually giving the voters the opportunity to say Okay, this next presidential election. Is going to also determined to more Supreme Court justices. That way. 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"republican house" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"republican house" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Com I'm Rhonda Wrong. President Trump and Democratic Challenger Joe Biden scored off in dueling televised town halls Thursday night. The first question for each candidate was about the Corona virus. NBC's Savannah Guthrie Post sharp questions to the president about his personal mask, wearing habits and about the wisdom of the outdoor event that announced The Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett, which resulted in numerous positive infections. The president responded. He approves of masks as a precaution, but that 85% of those who wear masks still contract the virus. He affirmed the positive results of the treatment he received expressed optimism about the early availability of vaccines and that as president, he cannot personally lock himself down in order to fulfill duties and argument. States with strong lockdowns, including New York have experienced some of the highest rates of both infection and fatality from the virus. George Manzano reporting Facebook and Twitter are being admonished on Capitol Hill for restricting access to an article critical of the son of the vice of a son of a presidential Kennedy Wednesday, Twitter and Facebook restricted access to a New York Post article on 100 by this connection to Ukrainian energy. House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy spoke of Twitter's censorship overreach. Last night, the Republican House Judiciary Committee posted the story on their website, a government website and this morning Twitter has censored. McCarthy says Congress had implemented laws protect big tech companies, but they have abused those laws by centering anyone critical of the Biden campaign. Bernie Bennett in Washington. You know, While Illinois prosecutors are defending an effort to send a teenager to Wisconsin to face charges in the deaths of two protesters back in August, the Lake County state's attorney, meant a deadline to respond to Kyle written houses lawyers who are fighting his extradition to Kenosha, Wisconsin. Rittenhouse surrendered to police in his hometown of Antioch, Illinois. He's accused of killing two protesters during demonstrations over the police shooting of Jacob Blake, who is black. News and analysis a townhall dot com If you've fallen behind in your credit card payments during.

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"republican house" Discussed on KTOK

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11:03 min | 2 years ago

"republican house" Discussed on KTOK

"Us now is the Republican house leader Kevin McCarthy of California the bottom of the hour going to talk with congressman Steve Chabot is gonna walk us through exactly what we can expect with this you know ship show sham trial impeachment that Mitch McConnell now telling us will start sometime on Tuesday and the Congress we welcome back to the program thank you for Abby back John I appreciate it I want to give a little long introduction here and I want you to take the ball and run okay we know they've been out to impeach this present I've I've played montage is congressman from twenty sixteen to all through twenty seventeen all through twenty eighteen all three twenty ninety the media mob and of course the Democrats impeach impeach impeach goes on it that this is been their goal they've done nothing for the American people Nancy Pelosi actually announced an impeachment inquiry before we knew anything about the phone call with the sole Lynskey the transcript was ever released she criticized the call in question before she ever read the transcript G. authorize the impeachment without a vote they gave no due process no consideration whatsoever all of the considerations fairness due process the new Gingrich Republicans gave Bill Clinton in the ninety eight nine none of that was given to Donald J. trump she appointed the single most corrupt compromise congenital liar guys been we've got all the evidence of trump pressure collusion our guy by the name of Adam Schiff they had this all up ship runs an audition sham investigation auditioning witnesses trying to grow in their testimony selectively leaking the material to shape public opinion there's only one fact witness and that would be a **** or song when everybody else was the hearsay or a year opinion witness the so called whistle blower turns out not to be a whistle blower but if we find out it was hearsay and that apparently there was some type of coordination contact that was first denied by ship which ships office in the hearsay whistle blower the only fact witness is exculpatory for the present anyone's nothing no quid pro quo they passed to be S. articles of impeachment they're in a rush to do it with a sense of urgency is we've been playing over and over again and then they the urgency is all okay now we go on vacation and now we're just going to withhold it and we're gonna we're gonna tell Mitch McConnell what they should do when this the house of representatives has the sole power to impeach the Senate runs a trial now it's all backfired walk us through what happens from here okay so you have done before I start a fabulous job of educating America because every point you make is a hundred percent true the only things I would add to it that you had Jerry Nadler campaign for the position of chairman of the Judiciary Committee it is always the responsibility of impeachment with a final vote goes on the basis that he'd be best for impeachment you had new freshman coming to get sworn into office and that night telling their group that they're going to teach the mother remember all that said this is two and a half years of everything they've been doing they don't care about facts so what happens next tomorrow we'll have to Congress will have to pass what is called managers there the prosecutors in the ones who brought this forward and the speaker Nancy Pelosi will name inside the Clinton there were thirteen but this is where the difference will lie because Clinton had a stinger impeachment meeting his attorney could be there they could announce any witnesses that they want to come they could cross examine and it all happened in the Judiciary Committee and so it was thirteen people did the work one have to be Lindsey Graham you don't have Steve shattered on he was one two Sensenbrenner and they went over to the Senate because US house in percent correct here is where impeachment happens and in the Senate is what they decide is the case valid or not they are the jury yes the name and number I don't know how many she's gonna name there's no tying to how many she's going to go but I will guarantee you shall have Adam Schiff issue of people from Intel should have judiciary to try to pick all different makes within her up friends not quite sure who is going to be the leader of it but that's what they bring forth on the floor once that goes to the Senate then the Senate has rules and this is where I think Mitch McConnell has been very Martin Sir this is where Nancy Pelosi is so wrong in such hypocrisy which email she wanted to move and remember she made that announcement she waited forty eight hours and that transcription never would before she never could have before but in there that's what I sent her the letter you played it to all your listeners and viewers before I took the ten points that Bill Clinton got the things that are sincere in American judicial system and this is where Adam Schiff should not even be a part of it he told us that he started this all with the idea that he had a whistle blower he was fearful that the administration would stop this person from coming forward if you were a federal prosecutor and you have a witness like a whistle blower they have to actually confront who they're going through and the trial they cannot move to he never brought it forward he lied and said he didn't tell them that makes him a fact witness so he's the judge the jury and hit stop people from even answering questions but he will be involved they will make opening statements on the Senate side Mitch McConnell has got now gotten fifty one votes to have a fair process over there meaning that it will be the Clinton style impeachment right we have a fair process going forward in the past it was a hundred percent but everything was done by unanimous consent the vice president who's the president of the Senate will not will receive the Senate why because if someone was being impeached the vice president the next person in line for the job you could have an impartial person even though out of shift gets to be there who's impartial even though people on that jury you take Kamel Heris there are a number of senators in this position was back in October November said she would impeach the president for any impeachment process started or anything else so the jury's already painted which in American judicial system would never be allowed to they cannot have their phones they cannot talk they've got to sit in their chairs and I gotta go six days a week the Chief Justice will will preside they will write questions down if they have a cheap dresses will become up and they will he will ask them in that process I believe they have opening statements what happened in the Bill Clinton and it's fifty one votes is always the magic number here remember the make up so if the Democrats all stay together real take for the Republicans to go change the course I do not believe they should have any new witnesses the house had all the power that's the role witnesses come they did not allow the minority to have witnesses are held they have their case the the war of the Senate is to judge the case based upon what the house put forth and they did all the trials they did let every else why do you have to open anything else up they don't do that in the judicial system the jury doesn't or others they should hear the arguments and make a decision and we should be able to afford but there will be other business going on and this is the real tellings little story because a lot of people wonder why Nancy Pelosi did all this why would she say that she would have to be so fast they wanted to impeach this president we know what the Senate for two and half years all the cases you make are true but this is what you don't really quite realise the world's third is the Iowa caucus I think history will show and I could be wrong but anyone comes in within the top three normally becomes the nominee remember four years ago what they did to Bernie Sanders the night before the DNC convention the nominating convention the chairman of the committee Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigns why because truth came out and showed they had cheated to get a bandage to Hillary Clinton the Democrats have something called super delegates which is their insurance policy of people who get a vote not just those who won in the process going forward well that's the way that Hillary once it got so bad that they remove the super delegates on the first round this time so if you were one of the four senators who are running for president you are now a disadvantaged because six days a week you have to be sitting over there in the chair you can't be on your phone you can't be doing anything else and by her holding it if he the Senate is now taking it up next Tuesday that's thirteen days away from Iowa who's advantaged Joe Biden who does the establishment one another's they're back to doing the same stuff to Bernie Sanders that they had done before they are in chaos and then we have a jury that's already pre determined what they want to do with this president without listening but there are no facts in marriage to this case if you took the two articles in which the impeached from every president that had already been in office would have been impeached this is I think Jonathan Turley who's probably one of the most respected constitutional attorneys yeah thank you didn't vote for president trump he's not a Republican but he said the only abuse of power is it the Democrats move forward with this they're abusing the president and those who want to call from going to the courts from the three branches of government have a say whether they come and for Nancy Pelosi to have this hypocrisy of thinking she could dictate it in the Senate because of it anywhere they are there's no way this would stand and this is the fastest since the peach within history of America and I'm telling you it's an embarrassment I want to ask this question because said that and this is this is a very very key important question it is the sole power of the house of representatives to impeach now the Democrats without any reason have done so now it's the role of the Senate to hold the trial their obligation I think is to protect the Senate uphold the constitution of the United States do their constitutional duty it is not their role in the Senate to do that to make the case for impeachment because the house didn't make it and for any Republican to sign on to that with new witnesses and we'll try and figure it out you guys messed that up there's nothing here to impeach mom but will to me over steps there are thirty and yet there seems to be the Mitt Romney's overall I like they're from John Bolton well I like they're from John Bolton who I'm John Bolton for years I like John Bolton I highly recommended him to be working for the president and I know they had different foreign policy views but I knew we had a lot to offer and he's a patriot and that to me is repugnant because it's not their job to clean up this mess they've created meaning the house meaning the Democrats meeting your colleagues on.

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"republican house" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:45 min | 3 years ago

"republican house" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Alabama. Is that one of those states Sam, with, with your new abortion law has Elissa Milano cold on all American women? Not to have sex in Alabama yet, I'm waiting for that. Well, unfortunately, I believe that, that, that was a bit of a start, and they may have gone gone too far. But anyhow, very excited to talk to my favorite rush fill guest host. And if I could be permitted a megadose to you. Thank you. And megadose to you to Sam Russell, the back behind the golden EIB microphone soon enough. He added what's, what's on your mind? Well, I'm furious over this rhino a Marsh signing on with leap for for impeachment. It just it's just incredible. That somebody could be such an ingrate in the Republican party, and I personally can't wait to find out who has primary opponent will be because I'm sure he's going to have one, and I want to donate to that primary opponent. So I'm just letting them know in advance. They'll be getting a small check from me. Well, that's a great new Sam and. The bone thing about that is the you're right just in wash. How'd you said Amish Amish? I believe Amal she's not mish. But he's, he's a congressman from Michigan. And he has now provided a bipartisan fig-leaf for impeachment hysteria. So he suddenly, the most famous Republican congressman is on the front pages. He's leading the news and all the and all the rest of it, and Mitch and Mitch in his usual, unfortunately, usual, Weasley bitter, this bit of that way is sort of Sammy hailing Amish for his courage, Mitt Romney is in my view. This Sam is that America has the most rigid, two party system, virtually in set. Well, actually, certainly in the western well for one hundred and fifty years now, this two sides, you go to pick aside. There's Trump side, and there's the democrat side, and there actually isn't room. If the Republican if Republicans like mitt and Amish are actually. Going to going to go against the president on something as vital as this, then they're actually they should be primary, and they should be. Yeah, absolutely. Because it because really one of the reasons why this is the, the whole stupid Russia investigation did the damage. It did is because Paul Ryan's house did not do enough to support the president's agenda in its first two years. You know, once they should have seen the Democrats are gonna go down this your Russian traitor thing. And they knew it wasn't true. They knew it wasn't true. Then they should have just said, yeah, well, here's the money for the wall. How much do you want this is what we're giving you? But they didn't do that. So, basically, the, the, the, the Republican House is, as much to blame for screwing over this president's agenda as anybody else's and Sam, you are. Right. That, that comes time when you and at first, this was a different. Remember the whole never Trump thing. Big time radio hosts got in on the whole never Trump thing as well. Because they thought it was an argument about philosophical conservatism. Oh, Trump hasn't read the constitution. He doesn't know the constitution all this kind of thing. And he it was an argument over policy. Oh, you know where chamber of commerce Republicans? So actually open borders, suits us because it allows for cheap wages and even though it ruins entire American towns, and, and, and a whole populations of downwardly mobile citizens, we don't care because we get cheap labor and lie. I likewise, s what we li-, we're happy to make China, the Wellstone eminent, economic pack. That's even cheaper labor in all works for us. So the least one could dignify them as policy differences between the Republican party so called and Trump, but actually when they're saying, oh, yeah, yeah, let's impeach him. That's nothing to do. Then they've just joined the general get Trump craziness of the Democrats and the media, that is one very crowded bandwagon. I'm surprised this Amish guy can actually get on that Sam the so crowded mitts midst kind of sometime. He puts his left leg in he puts his left leg out in out in Audi shakes at all about, but he's doing the Trump pokey Tilly tons about. That's what it's all about. And every they're all doing it then. But we don't need that the Democrats and the media have got Trump derangement covered we don't actually need among omit for that, that, that, that is at capacity, that's standing room only that show is sold out. So they've gone too far on this. It's one thing to have suppose policy differences with the president, although once he's been elected, I think your you guys should be suppo-. Pointing his agenda. But there's no absolutely no room on the spectrum. So guy head Sam. Let's find out who this guy is let's prime. That's primary him. Why didn't he won miss a democrat? If you want to just join in the impeachment of the pre this president has been wronged, I can tell you, I think he's been incredibly restrained. If, if I'd been told I was a traitor for two years that I was the agent of a foreign power. And I've been told I just had to bite my lip and put up with it until the investigations are you crazy? You've, you've impugned, the essence of my character as any American going back to the founding fathers would have understood yours, your impugning, the essence of my identity as an American, how day you. And then when you lose on that you wanna do it all over again, for another two years, screw off. You impugned me. Gimme the apology you owe me. And instead. Spineless gutless. Pretzel, Jenny spine nothing. Republicans like this Amish guy decide they want to jump on the bandwagon about it. Mark signed for rush. Let's most still to come. You're listening to the e I b networks, six.

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"republican house" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

10:00 min | 3 years ago

"republican house" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hey, welcome back to the broadcasts. Everyone we talked about what's going on in Washington right now. Let me take you to Vermont Vermont because we have we've been involved in pro-life aspects of legal work for well over three decades. And I'm going back to the one thousand nine hundred and one of my colleagues Pat Monahan going back to the nineteen seventies. So this is something we've been involved in for a long time. Now, we mentioned to you on the broadcast yesterday that Vermont was considering legislation and we wanted to get our voice in. So I let me take you back, and I'm going to Bobby setup. Exactly what was going on in Vermont. And I'll tell you what we did. So Abby, what was it? What is at stake with this Vermont legislation. Okay. So with the Vermont legislation the attempts being made by Democrats are to remove the obstacles to late term abortions abortion till Barth, essentially and to also remove some of the criminal and civil penalties for. For a boarding the child too late. So the bills actually entitled this. I think the the language of these bills are interesting the one in Massachusetts, you got one in Massachusetts removing obstacles and to expand abortion access. So it seems to me that what what the obviously is Planned Parenthood and they round because plane parents sent on a fundraiser yesterday abortion is healthcare period. That's their that's their fundraiser that you've got these states. We're talking about very late term abortions. I mean abortions during the delivery process here. Right, right. That's exactly the they're removing the obstacles to that. In one state. It's three physicians have to agree. In another state. There are criminal penalties for aborting the child as the child is being born all those are being removed all of those are being removed. So any it goes back to what we said yesterday, and in that is as a prosecutor if you remove if you remove the parameters of criminal, liability or civilized ability, or in these cases would be saying is both. I mean, there's basically, no liability right? When something doesn't happen, right? Something goes wrong. What happens? Well, the prosecutor has no no right to do anything. I mean, it is in a sense it is legalizing the act of infanticide and the crime of murder. That's exactly what this has. Because the prosecutor has no discretion at this point if this Vermont legislation passes to decide whether a homicide has been committed it has not and therefore we can prosecute these kinds of crime. So in Vermont, we actually filed. A written testimony on behalf of ready for this virtual period of time eighty eight thousand four hundred people which goes back to I'm going to go to the substance of what we said in a moment pitcher, I wanted to do grassroots politics. We keep talking about that here. In a matter of literally hours. We almost got one hundred thousand six probably close to that. Now, eighty eight thousand four hundred signatures, and literally hours, I think it's because the issue is back into the bathe Streep discussion it's not just within our boots or conservative Lubich pro-life move. It's or even a church or religious discussions about it. Moral discussions about it. But it's back in the forefront of politics that legislating it is a reminder to people that their state level. That's where a lot of this actions taken Lucy. Congress has an inability to act right now of this. It's because one Senator object on any kind of database could sit you still got the sixty vote threshold for legislation the Senate, she don't have enough of a pro-life majority Republicans to pass a lot of significant. Legislation though, the president would would it Ishak getting to the desk, just like the defunding Planned Parenthood ultimately would through even with a Republican House and sit back in the ObamaCare discussion. So I think you look at what the states are doing. And you've got blue states. Tried to expand abortion, Ed, red states tried to put some restrictions in place. And we'll talk about the only states that will be taken to court are those red states tried to put restrictions apply. Yeah. So let's take a look at in Vermont. So we said yesterday this Bill was going on. Let me read you the very beginning of what we wrote for the reasons set forth here in the American Center for law and Justice on behalf of over eighty eight thousand four hundred concerned citizens, including one hundred forty citizens from Vermont have signed our petition to expose and Pete barbaric abortion laws urge the Vermont legislature's vote. No on Bill h fifty seven. So what did we say in our legal position? So the first position and that we know is that abortion is a grave offence against Justice because it Intel's they deliberate killing. Of an innocent human life, and we go on to explain that. A in fact, I'll just read it a justification of abortion must fundamentally rest on the proposition that some members of the human race, do not have even the most basic of human rights the right to laugh. So this goes back to the person who'd argument that we said this is where it has to go. The life issue has to go to this issue of person hood because they're even passing bills or trying to pass bills with legislation that says, the unborn child will not be deemed a person or the fetus will not be deemed anyone in a of an entity entitled to constitutional rights, right? It will be deemed a product that is literally the terms in one of the state's legislation a product. So that and the reason they're doing that is they know that if a especially with these late-term abortions, they they're they're in a very difficult spot. I mean, look, we believe we're completely pro-life here at the j obviously, but for those people even these legislatures they know that the unborn child in the eighth month. And there's an abortion that that is the taking of a human life with what they're saying is. No, no, no. We're redefining human life. So that does not include the unborn child, which raises the question, they call it. You said product. But you know, you could call it whatever you want that does not mean that the that does not mean that that's what the constitutional protection how best, but that's why we gotta fight for person had go. We also address the false narrative by Planned Parenthood that and in this was in their letter last night. The lies cruelty and complete disregard for real experiences of pregnant women. That's that's what Planned Parenthood is a starting that restrictions on abortion. That's what they are. So we address that in our letter, and we explained that in the years since abortion has become widespread. The negative medical affects on women seeking abortion. Are extensive and we go into some significant detail about what those are such as abortion, especially when repeated increases the odds that future pregnancy will miscarry and resultant premature birth way, go into the physical and mental negative effects of women who seek abortions we spend two pages just discussing that. This is not about the health of the lemon and the right of the woman to choose the evidence overwhelming overwhelmingly demonstrates the harm that comes to women who obtain abortions. So here's the issue as I look at it. You said something very important joined that is there are states like North Carolina, Abby is filing a very much a pro-life Bill. They're trying to prohibit put restrictions in place on abortion. There are other states that are doing that. Those are the ones that won't get challenged North Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Kentucky, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee all have legislation. That's been proposed. Interesting enough it Ohio. This legislation has been proposed twice. It was John. No longer the governor who vetoed it because it his mind he said he didn't disagree with it. It's one of those arguments receive it did what the states have to defend in court. So the question. To tell you that is that is that is shame on John case. I can't imagine that is the case though, North Carolina's got a democrat governor. So that that big question there democrat AJ's? I don't see Ron. I think if this gets field Florida Rog Santa's would support the state to fitting it that's important states like Florida now. Hi, oh, hazardous governor. So again, the questions there he was the attorney general though, so was Mike wide advising casick not to do that or see chase. Would he again allow Ohio? This is all a result. To me. This is all a result of the view that the the pro-abortion crowd feels like the they're losing the supreme court. And that's why they're moving show aggressively in these states. What what do you think having? Absolutely, I think this is a direct response. And what do you think? That's exactly right. They see the well. They're being empowered by Roe v. Wade in the sense that they're saying well, the states have the right to legislate in this area. That's what rose says. So let's do it. So the states that are that are liberal, and then left us states enacting these anti lives statutes, these pro pro pro-abortion legislation using the supreme court ruling in roehi way to their advantage and saying if it says we can legislate let's legislate. And that's what they're doing. Okay. So our team knows and people know what's going on here. So we've got a team of responded to the Vermont situation aggressively. We're now looking at each one of these states and figuring out. And they talk a little bit about about a minute and a half left about the foia. Request state for these are not federal forces estate foyers. We are issuing foia. Request to many of these states that are pushing abortion without restrictions, and what we know with regards to some of these spaces at Planned Parenthood is actually participating in the drafting this legislation which is not surprising as is narrow. And so we are issuing for your class to uncover the communications that took place between the abortion industry and legislators as they're drafting this legislation. What was the intent behind it? What were the conversations that took place? So this is at a state level. So understand what we're talking about this a state restrictions or state moves to find out what's going on here. So we're responding to the states that allow us to emit comments. We're looking at every legal.

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10:54 min | 3 years ago

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"Joepags dot com. Facebook Twitter, Instagram, Email, all right there. Also, the blaze radio network. Glad to have you along for the ride. It is the weekend with joepags. So did the president cave? Did the president? Blink. Let me reiterate will what we said before the break. Actually, we didn't say it. I said, you might have said it with you. But I couldn't hear you, by the way. I I love getting a picture of a of this dude who's a ice fishing in Minnesota listening to to the program. John. I appreciate it. The president ran on securing the boarder building a wall big beautiful wall Mexico's gonna pay for it. Hasn't gotten it done yet. Could he have done by now? Well, I think that he's weighing his options. I think he thought why? No, he thought with a Republican House Republican Senate, you can get it done. The argument from the Republicans, especially the establishment Republicans is what we only had fifty or fifty one Republicans. That's not enough to get a spending Bill to move toward the president's desk. You have to have sixty you need a supermajority. We didn't have sixty and Chuck Schumer wouldn't play ball. Well, I know for a fact that the junior Senator for the great state of Texas Ted Cruz. Had a plan made an offer saying, hey, we can do this for reconciliation. Here's how we do it. Here's how we pay for. Let's get it done. I know he presented that to the White House and didn't get any any traction presented it to Mitch McConnell. Very weak leader. Didn't get any traction. So it didn't happen. When they couldn't get it done with sixty votes. They let it fall by the wayside. The president said I'm not gonna keep signing these bills. Unless you include my funding. So you get a little bit of funding in some spending thing here, and there one one point something billion, but it needs more needs almost six six billion more. Signs Bill about a year ago that many of us who voted for him who support him went. Whoa. What are you doing? Don't sign that really play hardball. But you have to keep in mind that Donald J Trump is a dealmaker wrote the book on it the art of the deal. He's trying to get a deal done. He's trying to negotiate trying to figure out what leverage he does or doesn't have. But he says I won't sign another Bill like this. Unless it includes wall funding. Fast forward to for some reason, the house goes to the Democrats. The Senate increases the number of Republicans. And now the house which under Republican will be end of last year passed the Bill including wall funding and the Senate didn't pass it because Chuck Schumer wouldn't play ball. The government shutdown because they didn't have a continuing resolution or or any sort of a a funding Bill in place, the shutdown squarely on the shoulders of Chuck Schumer Chuck Schumer allowed for government workers to go without pay for two paychecks. Because the politics that's it, and he celebrated he loved it. He didn't miss paycheck. Didn't miss a meal to miss anything. And by the way, just as it aside, if you're a government worker, and you missed one paycheck that you know, you're going to get you're gonna receive retroactively back pay is going to happen. And you're at the food Bank after missing one paycheck or you're selling your crap at the at the punt the pawn shop. Or you're like applying for food stamps, do go see a money manager figure out how you're doing it wrong. Living paycheck to paycheck when you're making government salary doesn't make sense to me. Look, I have in my life. Luke paycheck to paycheck, it sucks, and I was working two or three jobs all at minimum wage. It's all if you're gonna do it my life. But once you start making a nice paycheck. And you can cover your bills have an extra month in the Bank of your bills j just a month. I mean, there are many out there who insist on six months or a year. Have at least a month. And if you don't figure out why you don't. I digress. So the president before this government shutdown meets with Pelosi Schumer all sign a Bill today to continue having the government opened. Nobody will be heard provided you agree to negotiate with me for the next thirty days. Pelosi says, Nope. And then she claims that he banged his fist on the table. And he was a big fat baby. Whereas Mike Pence says that's not true. He was actually in a very good mood. He was handing out candy to people. Who knows what's to what to believe on what actually happened? But we we know that nobody argues that Pelosi's won't negotiate so Trump civil then the government shutdown, and it's on you yet every opportunity to work with me. And we shut down for thirty days and again workers missed one paycheck. And yesterday Friday. It would have been their second paycheck ever was reopened yesterday or today. But they're going to be getting a plus look at their backpack. All these stories at all the local newscasts from the legacy. Media had on of people waiting in line to get food stamps or people that one guy two weeks in he'd only missed one paycheck who said he was going to be evicted because he can't pay his rent. Like, you'd be affecting you missed one paycheck. Really? But that those are the people they saw it then seek anybody out who said, hey, listen, I voted for Trump. I want the wall. I understand why he's doing it. We'll get our back pay. We'll be okay. Not one person. I'm sure there are plenty of government workers that would have given that sound bite, but not one for the legacy media why because he doesn't paint the picture. They wanted to paint. So when the president signed the continuing resolution. For twenty one days. It's a three week resolution. Did he cave? No. I think that he offered Nancy Pelosi thirty days actually refused. It. Now, he signed a Bill gets twenty one. And he said via Twitter, we'll go the emergency direction or the emergency root, something like that. In context. If they don't give me something with my wall funding in twenty one days. Now, he's he's actually drawn the line in the sand. I get my wall funding or I just do it executives which I believe he can. And I believe he should. And if he doesn't I'm going to be allowed critic of the president that I like that I support that I voted for and that I I have no problem. In a getting behind it what he's tried to do because so far so great as far as agenda for this country. Your thoughts and a lot of you agree with me on Trump, generally, speaking and agree with me on conservative, politics, generally. But you're mad at him. Gigi cave. And I definitely want to hear from you as well. One eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com. And we go to the phone lines. I appreciate you calling in for North Carolina. Pastor, how are you? I am fine. Joe? And God bless you for what you are trying to do on behalf of the American people and are nice. Thank you Joe on the twenty second of June two thousand and sixteen President Trump said seven words, and I put that on the T shirt and set that up to Trump headquarters that work that Donald Trump said was gonna help us if Hilary is elected right now, the president has a new crisis. And this pastor, I'm the executive director of save America. I resigned as I and I have one I have a three exploit the president. And the Cirque says on the front America's sovereignty is what y'all call the wall and built a nice. A map of the United States and on the southern border. It's shows little steel, latch, that's on this earth. I want the president to see this. Because he does not know that this black patriot is calling in with this kind of information and Jones the second thing about it is my grandfather brought my mother in here at age fifteen from Panama. So my mother, and my grandfather was Elian, my grandfather, and my grandmother on. My father's side for him in to the United States. I don't have the exact age of when he came in. But I think he was around seventeen. My father and my mother met together on a. Why this eighty four year old black first generation in America, porn, a proud? Larkin is talking to you on the phone now. I don't have to be like that the phonies drum beaten man that was at the at the in Washington because I landed at Inchon in nineteen fifty three and was on the main line of resistance on the twenty seventh of July nineteen fifty three when the Korean war ended. Also, the first black deputy. Thick by a Lieutenant to go to the far east AAA specialist school and yucky Japan. And I became the Italian radar repayment for the fifteenth automatic weapons battalion in Korea. And and you know, they had all this black history. And and you know, the only man who ever had was taken out the White House budget if podium gets out because they don't like a black conservative, and they don't like a man who doesn't support the spelling. Babies like my president does a pastor. I have to interact energetic. I have to interject something. I don't understand how you're eighty four years old. You sound like you're about forty. You've got the energy of a young man and a love for country in a love for God. Obviously. I it's it's stunning to make because the way that you speak. You sound like you're about forty and you sound like you're probably gonna live to be about two hundred. So I I love the idea of of the t shirt, I hope the president is aware of you. I I'm guessing that you haven't heard anything from them. Have you sent have? You said the shirt have you seen the shirt in because right now the mail goes to the Pentagon is taking much before you even get it. I need somebody gets to the White House and tell them we have their shirt, America's sovereignty is worth your call. Wall builder and on the back. It has save America. First and the Lord gave me save America. I six years before Donald Trump announced make America great again. Right kissing cousins and New York City, Donald Trump. I was born in Harlem and. Liberal black. About me because they speak the..

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KTRH

11:44 min | 3 years ago

"republican house" Discussed on KTRH

"Email, it's all right there. Also, the blaze radio network. Glad to have you along for the ride. It is the weekend with joepags. So did the president cave? Did the president? Blink. Let me reiterate will what we said before the break. Actually, we didn't say it. I said you might have said it with me. But I couldn't hear you, by the way. I I love getting a picture of a of this dude who's ice fishing in Minnesota listening to to the program. John, I appreciate it. The president ran on securing the boarder building a wall big beautiful wall Mexico's gonna pay for it. Hasn't gotten it done yet. Could he have got it done by now? Well, I think that he's weighing his options. I think he thought why? No, he thought with a Republican House Republican Senate, you can get it done. The argument from the Republicans, especially the establishment Republicans is well, we only had fifty or fifty one Republicans. That's not enough to get a spending Bill to move toward the president's desk. You have to have sixty you need a super majority. We didn't have sixty and Chuck Schumer wouldn't play ball. Well, I know for a fact that the junior Senator for the great state of Texas Ted Cruz. Had a plan made an offer saying, hey, we can do this for reconciliation. Here's how we do it. Here's how we pay for. Let's get it done. I know he presented that to the White House and didn't get any traction presented it to Mitch McConnell. Very weak leader. Didn't get any traction. So it didn't happen. When they couldn't get it done with sixty votes. Bill let it fall by the wayside. The president said I'm not gonna keep signing these bills. Unless you include my funding. So you get a little bit of funding in some spending thing here, and there one one point something billion, but it needs more needs almost six six billion more signs Bill about a year ago that many of us who voted for him who support him went. Whoa. What are you doing? Don't sign that really play hardball. But you have to keep in mind that Donald J Trump is a dealmaker wrote the book on the art of the deal. He's trying to get a deal done. He's trying to negotiate trying to figure out what leverage does or doesn't have. But he says I won't sign another Bill like this. Unless it includes wall funding. Fast forward to for some reason, the house goes to the Democrats. The Senate increases the number of Republicans and now the house which under Republican rule the end of last year passed a Bill including wall funding and the Senate didn't pass it because Chuck Schumer wouldn't play ball the government shutdown because they didn't have a continuing resolution or or any sort of a a funding Bill in place, the shutdown squarely on the shoulders of Chuck Schumer Chuck Schumer allowed for government workers to go without pay for two paychecks. Because the politics that's it, and he celebrated he loved it. He didn't miss paycheck. Did miss a meal to miss anything? And by the way, just says, it aside, if you're a government worker, and you missed one paycheck that you know, you're going to get you're gonna receive retroactively back pay is going to happen. And you're at the food Bank after missing one paycheck or you're selling your crap at the at the pond the pawn shop or you're like applying for food stamps, do go see a money manager figure out how you're doing it wrong. Living paycheck to paycheck when you're making government salary doesn't make sense to me. Look, I have in my life. Luke paycheck to paycheck, it sucks, and I was working two or three jobs all at minimum wage. It's all I figured out. What the hell is going to do with my life. But once you start making a nice paycheck. And you can cover your bills have an extra month in the Bank of your bills j just a month mean there are many out there who insist on six months or a year. Have at least a month. And if you don't figure out why you don't. I digress. So the president before this government shutdown meets with Pelosi and Schumer all sign a Bill today to continue having the government opened. Nobody will be heard provided you agree to negotiate with me for the next thirty days. Pelosi says, Nope. And then she claims that he banged his fist on the table. And he was a big fat baby. Whereas Mike Pence says that's not true. He was actually in a very good mood. He was handing out candy to people. Who knows what's what to believe on what actually happened? But we know that nobody argues the ANC Pelosi said, I won't negotiate. So Trump several then the government shutdown, and it's on you yet every opportunity to work with me. And we shut down for thirty days and again workers missed one paycheck. And yesterday Friday. It would have been their second paycheck. Was reopened yesterday or today? But they're going to be getting a plus get their back pay. All these stories at all the local news casts from the legacy media had on of people waiting in line to get food stamps or people. That one guy two weeks in it only missed one paycheck who said he was going to be visited because he can't pays pays rent. Huby evicting, you missed one paycheck, really. But that those are the people they sought that seek anybody out who said, hey, listen, I voted for Trump. I want the wall. I understand why he's doing it. We'll get our back pay. We'll be okay. Not one person. I'm sure there are plenty of government workers that would have given that sound bite, but not one for the legacy media why because he doesn't paint the picture. They wanted to paint. So when the president signed the continuing resolution. For twenty one days. It's a three week resolution. Did he cave? No. I think that he offered Nancy Pelosi thirty days and she refused. It. Now, he signed a Bill. We're gets twenty one. And he said via Twitter, we'll go the emergency direction or their emergency root, something like that. In context. If they don't give me something with my wall funding in twenty one days. Now, he's he's actually drawn the line in the sand. I get my wall funding or I just do it executives which I believe you can. And I believe he should. If he doesn't I'm going to be allowed critic of the president that I like that I support that I voted for and that I I have no problem. You know, getting behind it what he's tried to because so far so great as far as agenda for this country. Your thoughts and a lot of you agree with me on Trump. Generally, speaking agree with me on conservative, politics, generally. But you're mad at him. And you Iggy caved, and I definitely want to hear from you as well. One eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com. We go to the phone lines. I appreciate you calling in from North Carolina. Pastor, how are you? I am Joe. And God bless you for what you're trying to do on behalf of the American people and our nicely. Thank you Joe on the twenty second of June, two thousand sixteen President Trump said seven words, and I put that on a t shirt and set that up to Trump headquarters that words that Donald Trump said was God help us. It's Hilary is elected right now, the president has a new crisis. And this pastor, I'm the executive director of save America. I designed a shirt, and I have one I have a three x for the president. And the Cirque says on the front America's sovereignty is what your call. Fill the wall and Bilkis, Tom. Nice. Map of the United States and on the southern border. It's shows little steel, latch, that's on this earth. I want the president to see this. Because he does not know that this black patriot is calling in with this kind of information. And the second thing about it is my grandfather. But my mother in here at age fifteen from Panama, so my mother, and my grandfather was alien, my grandfather, and my grandmother on my father's side for him in to the United States. And I don't have the exact age of when he came in. But I think he was around seventeen. My father and my mother met together on. That is why this eighty four year old black first generation in Iraq. A proud Larkin is talking to you on the phone now. I don't be like that. That's the phonies drum beaten man that was at the at in Washington because I landed at Inchon in nineteen fifty three and was on the main line of resistance on the twenty seventh of July nineteen fifty three when the Korean war ended. Also, the first black. A thick by a Lieutenant to go to the far east AAA specialist school and yucky Japan. And I became try your radar repairman or the automatic weapons but giant in Korea. And and you know, they had all this black history. And the only man who ever had was taken out the White House is put on the budget Fodio, and none of that gets out because they don't like a black conservative, and they sound like a man who doesn't support the killing babies. Like, my president does a pastor. I have to act better, Jack. I have to interject something. I don't understand how you're eighty four years old. You sound like you're about forty. You've got the energy of a young man and a love for country in a love for God. Obviously. I it's it's stunning to make because the way you speak. You sound like you're about forty and you sound like you're probably gonna live to be about two hundred. So I I love the idea of of the t shirt, I hope the president is aware of you. I I'm guessing that you haven't heard anything from them. Have you seen have? You said the shirt the shirt in. No because right now, the mail goes to the Pentagon it of taking much before you even get the I need somebody to get to the White House and tell them we have their shirt, America's sovereignty is worth your call. Wall builder saw and on the back as favor Markelle purse and the Lord gave me save America. I six years before Donald Trump announced make America great again. Right kissing cousins and New York City. What's Donald Trump? I was born in Harlem and. Liberal black bridges. About me because they don't they don't talk about pieces. They don't fit it on nature is in trouble right now. And I told the Reagan we need revival in that was an eighty seven and right now, we need it even more angry. Route. You've gotta get to the White House. Tell them this, right? If available. I still I still have your Email address. So we we need to stay in contact. I do have a a very good line of communication with the White House. I can't call the president. But I've got a very good line of communication, and I think they should be aware of you. I hope that they will become aware of you. And and let's say on this. Okay. Back. Movement. China. That he needed a black conservative on CNN back in eighty seven eighty eight. Well, you had your slop..

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850 WFTL

11:46 min | 3 years ago

"republican house" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Dot com. Facebook Twitter, Instagram, Email, all right there. Also, the blaze radio network. Glad to have you along for the ride. It is the weekend with joepags. So did the president cave? The president blink. Well, let me reiterate what we said before the break. Actually, we didn't say it. I said you might have said it with me. But I couldn't hear you, by the way. I I love getting a picture of of this dude who's a ice fishing in Minnesota listening to to the program. John. I appreciate it. The president ran on securing the boarder building a wall big beautiful wall Mexico's gonna pay for it. Hasn't gotten it done yet. Could he have it done by now? Why think that he's weighing his options? I think he thought why? No, he thought with a Republican House Republican Senate, you can get it done. The argument from the Republicans, especially the establishment Republicans is well, we only had fifty or fifty one Republicans. That's not enough to get a spending Bill to move toward the president's desk. You have to have sixty you need a supermajority. We didn't have sixty and Chuck Schumer wouldn't play ball. Well, I know for a fact that the junior Senator for the great state of Texas Ted Cruz. Had a plan made an offer saying, hey, we can do this for reconciliation. Here's how we do it. Here's how we pay for. Let's get it done. I know he presented that to the White House and didn't get any traction presented to Mitch McConnell. Very weak leader. Didn't get any traction. So it didn't happen. When they couldn't get it done with sixty votes. Bill let it fall by the wayside. The president said I'm not gonna keep signing these bills. Unless you include my funding. So you get a little bit of funding in some spending figure there one point something billion believes more needs almost six six billion more. Sides Bill about a year ago that many of us who voted for him who support and went. Well, what are you doing don't sign that really play hardball? But you have to keep in mind that Donald J Trump is a dealmaker wrote the book on the art of the deal. He's trying to get a deal done. He's trying to go trying to figure out what leverage. He does doesn't have. But he says I won't sign another Bill like this. Unless it includes wall funding. Fast forward to for some reason, the house goes to the Democrats. The Senate increases the number of Republicans and now the house which under Republican rule the end of last year passed the Bill including wall funding and the Senate didn't pass it because Chuck Schumer wouldn't play ball the government shutdown because they didn't have a continuing resolution or any sort of a a funding Bill in place, the shutdown squarely on the shoulders of Chuck Schumer Chuck Schumer allowed for government workers to go without pay for two paychecks. Because the politics that's it, and he celebrated he loved it. He didn't paycheck did misdemeanor is anything. And by the way, just as it aside, if you're a government worker, and you missed one paycheck that you know, you're going to get you're gonna receive retroactively back pay is going to happen. And you're at the food Bank after missing one paycheck or you're selling your crap at the at the pawn pawnshop. Or your like applying for food stamps, do go see a money manager to figure out how you're doing it wrong. Living paycheck to paycheck when you're making government salary doesn't make sense to me. Look, I have in my life. Luke paycheck to paycheck, it sucks, and I was working two or three jobs all at minimum wage. It's all I figured out. What the hell is going to do it. My life. Once you start making a nice paycheck. And you can cover your bills have an extra month in the Bank of your bills j just a month. There are many out there who insist on six months or a year. Have at least a month. And if you don't figure out why you don't. I digress. So the president before this government shutdown meets with Pelosi and Schumer, I'll sign a Bill today to continue having the the government opened. Nobody will be heard provided you agree to the goal sheet with me for the next thirty days. Pelosi says, Nope. And then she claims that he banged his fist on the table. And he was a big fat baby. Whereas Mike Pence says that's not true. He was actually a very good mood. He was handing out candy to people. Sooners. What's the what to believe on what actually happened? But we we know that nobody argues ANSI blows you said, I won't negotiate. So Trump civil them the government shutdown, and it's on you yet every opportunity to work with me. And we shut down for thirty five days and again workers missed one paycheck. And yesterday Friday. It would have been their second paycheck. They ever was reopened. They got yesterday or today, but they're going to be getting it plus look at their backpack. So all these stories at all the local newscasts from the legacy. Media had on of people waiting in line to get food stamps or people. One guy two weeks in it only missed one paycheck who said he was going to be evicted because he can't pay his rent. You'd be affected you missed one paycheck. Really? But that those are the people they thought they didn't seek anybody out. Who said, hey, listen, I voted for Trump. I want the wall. I understand why he's doing it. We'll get our back pay. We'll be okay. Not one person. I'm sure there are plenty of government workers that would've given that sound bite, but not one for the legacy media why because he doesn't pay the picture. They wanna debate. So when the president signed the continuing resolution. For twenty one days. It's a three week resolution. Did he cave? No. I think that he offered DNC blows he thirty days and she refused. It. Now, he signed a Bill gets twenty one. And he said via Twitter, we'll go the emergency direction or the emergency root, something like that. In context. If they don't give me something with my wall funding in twenty one days. Now, he's he's actually drawn the line in the sand. I get my wall funding or I just do it executive which I believe he can. And I believe he should. If he doesn't I'm going to be allowed critic of president that I like that I support that I voted for and that I I have no problem. Getting behind what he's tried to do because so far so great as far as agenda for this country. Your thoughts and a lot of you agree with me on Trump, generally, speaking and agree with me on conservative, politics, generally. But you're mad at him. And you Vicky que they, and I definitely want to hear from you as well. One eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com. And we go to the phone lines. I appreciate you calling in from North Carolina. Pastor, how are you? I am fine. Joe? And God bless you for what you are trying to do on behalf of the American people, and our thank you Joe on the twenty second of June two thousand and sixteen President Trump said seven or not put that on a t shirt and set that up to trumpet quarters. The word that Donald Trump said was help us. It's Hilary is elected right now, the president has a new crisis. And this pastor, I'm the executive director of saving lurker. I is I I and I have one I have three export the president. And the shirt says on the front America's sovereignty is worth your call. L the wall and built a nice. Map of the United States and on the southern border. It's shows little steel clash that's on this earth. I want the president to see this because he does not know that this black patriot as calling in with this kind of information. And Joe the second thing about it is my grandfather brought my mother in here at age fifteen from Panama. So my mother, and my grandfather was alien my grandfather, and my grandmother on my father's side for him in to the United States. I don't have the age of when he came in. But I think he was probably around seventeen. My father and my mother met together on a move watch. That is why this eighty four year old black. I gonna ration- in Iraq. A porn. A proud Larkin is talking to you on the phone now. I don't be like that. That's a phony drum beaten man that was at the at the in Washington because I landed at Inchon in nineteen fifty three and was on the main line of resistance on the twenty seventh of July nineteen fifty three when the Korean war ended. Also, the first black. A thick by a Lieutenant those are the far east AAA specialist school and Yaojie Japan. And I became the battalion radar repairman or the fifty x automatic weapons battalion in Korea. And and you know, they had all of black history. And you know, the only man who ever had was taken out the White House is put on the podium. None of that gets up because they don't like a black conservative. And they don't like a man who doesn't support the telling. It's a free babies. Like, my president does a pastor. I have to act better, Jack. I have to interject something. I don't understand how you're eighty four years old. You sound like you're about forty. You've got the energy of a young man and a love for country in love for God. Obviously. It's it's stunning to make because the way you speak. You sound like you're about forty and you sound like you're probably gonna live to be about two hundred. So I I I love the idea of of the t shirt, I I hope the president is aware of you. I I'm guessing that you haven't heard anything from them. Have you seen have you said the shirt have you set the shirt in because right now me I'll go to the Pentagon and take months before I need somebody to get to the White House and tell them we have to hurt American sovereignty is worth your call. Wall builder and on the back. It has favor Markelle purse and the Lord gave me save America. I six kids before Donald Trump now make America great again, right, Catherine cousins, and I'm from New York City, Donald Trump. I was born in Harlem and. Liberal black richer. Someone had nothing about them. They don't talk about. They don't fit it on nature right now. And I told the Reagan we need revival. And that was an eighty seven and right now, we need it even more angry. Somehow you've gotta get to the White House. Tell them this road is available. I still I still I still have your Email address. So we we need to stay in contact. I do have a a very good line of communication with the White House. I can't call the president. But I've got a very good of communication, and I think they should be aware of you. I hope that they will become aware of you. And let's stay on this. Okay. Up in real estate. Moment. China. That he needed a black back in eighty seven eighty eight. Well, you you also..

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"republican house" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:42 min | 3 years ago

"republican house" Discussed on WTVN

"Also, the blaze radio network. Glad to have you along for the ride. It is the weekend with joepags. So did the president cave? Did the president? Blink. Let me reiterate will what we said before the break. Actually, we didn't say it. I said, you might have said it with you. But I couldn't hear you, by the way, I love getting a picture of a of this dude who's ice fishing in Minnesota listening to to the program. John. I appreciate you. The president ran on securing the boarder building a wall big beautiful wall Mexico's gonna pay for it. Hasn't gotten it done yet. Could he have got done by now? Well, I think that he's weighing his options. I think he thought why? No, he thought with a Republican House Republican Senate, you can get it done. The argument from the Republicans, especially the establishment Republicans is what we only had fifty or fifty one Republicans. That's not enough to get a spending Bill to move toward the president's desk. You have to have sixty you need a supermajority. We didn't have sixty and Chuck Schumer wouldn't play ball. Well, I know for fact that the junior Senator for the great state of Texas Ted Cruz. Had a plan. Made an offer said, hey, we can do this for reconciliation. Here's how we do it. Here's how we pay for. Let's get it done. I know he presented that to the White House and didn't get any any traction presented it to Mitch McConnell. Very weak leader. Didn't get any traction. So it didn't happen. When they couldn't get it done with sixty votes. They let it fall by the wayside. The resident said I'm not gonna keep signing these bills. Unless you include my funding. So you get a little bit of funding in some spending thing here, and there wasn't one point something billion. But it needs more needs almost six six billion more. Signs Bill about a year ago that many of us who voted for him who support him went. Whoa. What are you doing? Don't sign that really play hardball. But you have to keep in mind that Donald J Trump is a dealmaker wrote the book on it the art of the deal. He's trying to get a deal done. He's trying to negotiate trying to figure out what leverage does or doesn't have. But he says I won't sign another Bill like this. Unless it includes wall funding. Fast forward to for some reason, the house goes to the Democrats. The Senate increases the number of Republicans and now the house which under Republican rule the end of last year passed the Bill including wall funding and the Senate didn't pass it because Chuck Schumer wouldn't play ball the government shutdown because they didn't have a continuing resolution or or any sort of a a funding Bill in place, the shutdown squarely on the shoulders of Chuck Schumer Chuck Schumer allowed for government workers to go without pay for two paychecks. Because of politics, that's it, and he celebrated he loved it. He didn't miss paycheck. Didn't miss a meal to miss anything. And by the way, just as it aside, if you're a government worker, and you missed one paycheck that you know, you're going to get you're gonna receive retroactively back pay is going to happen. And you're at the food Bank after missing one paycheck or you're selling your crap at the the pawn shop. Or you're like applying for food stamps, do go see a money manager and figure out how you're doing it wrong. Living paycheck to paycheck when you're making government salary doesn't make sense to me. Look, I have in my life. Luke paycheck to paycheck, it sucks, and I was working two or three jobs all at minimum wage. It's all I figured out. What the hell is going to do what my wife. But once you start making a nice paycheck. And you can cover your bills have an extra month in the Bank of your bills j just a month. I mean, there are many out there who insist on six months or a year. Have at least a month. And if you don't figure out why you don't. I digress. So the president before this government shutdown meets with Pelosi Schumer all sign a Bill today to continue having the government opened. Nobody will be heard provided you agree to negotiate with me for the next thirty days. Pelosi says, Nope. And then she claims that he banged his fist on the table. And he was a big fat baby. Whereas Mike Pence says that's not true. He was actually in a very good mood. He was handing out candy to people. So who knows what's to what to believe on what actually happened? But we we know that nobody argues that the ANSI blows you said, I won't negotiate. So Trump civil them the government shutdown, and it's on you yet every opportunity to work with me. And we shut down for thirty five days and again workers missed one paycheck. And yesterday Friday. It would have been their second paycheck. They ever was reopened it yesterday or today, but they're going to be getting plus look at their backpack. So all these stories at all the local newscasts from the legacy. Media had on of people waiting in line to get food stamps or people. They had one guy two weeks in it only missed one paycheck who said he was going to be a victim because he can't pay his rent you'd be affecting you missed one paycheck, really. But that those are the people they saw it. They didn't seek anybody out. Who said, hey, listen voted for Trump. I want the wall. I understand why he's doing it. We'll get our back pay. We'll be okay. Not one person. I'm sure there are plenty of government workers that would have given that sound bite, but not one for the legacy media why because he doesn't paint the picture. They wanted to paint. So when the president signed the continuing resolution. For twenty one days. It's a three week resolution. Did he cave? No. I think that he offered Nancy Pelosi thirty days and she refused. It. Now, he signed a Bill where she'll gets twenty one. And he said via Twitter, we'll go the emergency direction or the emergency root, something like that. In context. If they don't give me something with my wall funding in twenty one days. Now, he's he's actually drawn the line in the sand. I get my wall funding or I just do it executives which I believe he can. And I believe should. If he doesn't I'm going to be allowed critic of the president that I like that I support that I voted for and that I I have no problem. Getting behind it what he's tried to do because so far so great as far as agenda for this country. Your thoughts and a lot of you agree with me on Trump, generally, speaking and agree with me on conservative, politics, generally. But you're mad at him you caved, and I definitely want to hear from you as well. One eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com. And we go to the phone lines. I appreciate you calling in for North Carolina. Pastor, how are you? I am fine. Joe? And God bless you for what you are trying to do on behalf of the American people, and our thank you Joe on the twenty second of June two thousand and sixteen President Trump said seven words, and I put that on a t shirt and set that up to Trump headquarters that words that Donald Trump said was God help us. Hilary is elected right now, the president has a new crisis. And this pastor, I'm the executive director of save America. I designed as I and I have one I have a three exploit the president and the Cirque says on the front America's sovereignty is what your call. L A wall and built a nice. Is a map of the United States and on the southern border. It's shows little steel slash that's on this earth. I want the president to see this because he does not know that this black patriot is calling in with this kind of information. And the second thing about it is my grandfather brought my mother in here at age fifteen from Panama. So my mother, and my grandfather was alien my grandfather, and my grandmother on my father's side for him in to the United States. I don't have the exact age of when he came in. But I think he was probably around seventeen. My father and my mother met together on. Why this eighty four year old black first generation in America? A proud Larkin is talking to you on the phone now. I don't have to be like that phony drum beaten man that was at the Esso in Washington because I landed at Inchon in nineteen fifty three and was on the main line of resistance on the twenty seven th July nineteen fifty three when the Korean war ended. I also the first black. A pick by a Lieutenant to go to the far east AAA specialist school and yucky Japan. And I became the battalion radar repairman over the fifteen automatic weapons, which I in in Korea, and and they had all black history. And and you know, the only man who ever had was taken out the White House put on a budget if odean that gets out because they don't like a black conservative, and they don't like a man who doesn't support the people. Baby. Like, my president does a pastor. I have to interrupt energetic. I have to interject something. I don't understand how you're eighty four years old. You sound like you're about forty. You've got the energy of a young man and a love for country in a love for God. Obviously. It's stunning to make because the way you speak. You sound like you're about forty and you sound like you're probably gonna live to be about two hundred. So I I love the idea of of the t shirt, I I hope the president is aware of you. I I'm guessing that you haven't heard anything from them. Have you sent have you sent the shirt have you said the shirt in? No because right now with a male goes to the Pentagon and taking months before you even get I need somebody to the White House and tell them we have their shirt, America's sovereignty is worth your call. L wall builder and on the back. It has save America. First and the law. Let me save America. I six years before Donald Trump announced make America great again. Right kissing cousins and New York City. What's Donald Trump? I was on in Harlem and. Liberal black riches don't wanna hear nothing about because they don't talk about Jesus Christ. They don't fit it on negative is in trouble right now. And I told the Reagan we need revival. And that was an eighty seven and right now, we need it even more angry. Somehow you've got to get to the White House on this road is available. I still I still I still have your Email address. So we we need to stay in contact. I do have a a very good line of communication with the White House. I can't call the president. But I've got a very good line of communication, and I think they should be aware of you. I hope that they will become aware of you in. And let's stay on this. Okay. And he. Moment when I turn a tournament that he needed a black conservative on CNN back in eighty seven eighty eight. Well, you had you also..

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"republican house" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:14 min | 3 years ago

"republican house" Discussed on WTVN

"WTVN when we get to the middle of next week. They're saying it's going to be cold. I'm just being that's that's the delicate way to say that. Yeah. I know exactly what you're talking about polar vortex rapper vortex is back. Oh my gosh. They said it's going to feel colder than it has in years. Colder than the last polar vortex like wind chills of like, minus. And I have it in front of me, minus thirty minus forty. I I saw something I it's it's gonna it's gonna be brutal bundle up. Moral of the story if groceries on Tuesday. And that's only the house for a week. Probably the best probably the best play probably the best. Let's get back to the lines down. Go to Nick, Nick, you're on six ten WTVN. Good morning. Good morning show. Thanks for taking the call. I want to talk about the government shutdown. I think the whole thing is a big hoax. You know? It's a dog and pony show with smoke and mirrors with the workers suffer for it. They had nothing to do with it. But I'd like to know why Trump didn't insist on the wall when there was a Republican House and Senate, you know, that should have been the plan. But it wasn't you know, Trump's that Mexico. We're gonna pay for it. But anybody with any brains at all knew that wasn't going to happen. You know, it's just more show. You why does he want the wall? Now going to do something, you know with a democratic house. You know, doesn't make sense to me. And even considering the fact that a lot of people were against him. Didn't he have even the slightest idea that the Republicans might or would lose some house seats? That's what's happening now is all part of the plan. We probably won't get a wall. And just like FDR said Roosevelt. If anything happens in politics, you can be sure it wasn't by chance. If it happens. It was planned now it makes no sense for Republicans to not go for a wall. When congress was all Republican that would have been the time that also would have been the time to overturn Roe versus Wade. But that didn't happen either. And I'm barely what I said was true. When when when Trump got elected and promised a wall, I said he will do what he's told. And that's what's happening. And you notice our troops are there still in Syria. So anyway, that's all I got you. All right. Thank you. Appreciate that. Well, that's a question that people ask why why wasn't this the priority? This is such a huge deal that that to this point. We're now looking at it, and and the president calls it a crisis on the border. You know, if this is such a big thing, you know, a crisis didn't develop overnight. Why wasn't he pushing his hard for this? When the Republicans had the house and the Senate and the answer they'll come back with is. Well, he couldn't have gotten it through the Senate because they didn't have sixty votes. Did they think it was going to get easier? When Nancy Pelosi took over control of the house representatives. Right. I mean, give me a break that doesn't it doesn't make any sense at all. It sounds like to me. It sounds like someone just really kind of one of the issue. You know, it's rare that the president doesn't find himself in a fight that he didn't actually want. Right. You know? I mean, there's the whole congress say again, this is why I hate politics just as as a general rule. It's not that. I don't fall or don't pay attention. I disliked the whole the whole setup and again idea that that's the way politics works. I understand that doesn't mean I have to like it. Well, and one thing that people keep asking to is. Well, why were these people being paid? Why were the congress people being paid? When the government was shut down will the congress people were being paid because there's a line place that says that they that they can't change their their pay. They can't they can't. They can't say I'm not taking a check because we don't in in large part because we don't want them adjusting their pay in the current congress. You don't want. You don't want the congress folks, you don't want whoever's in the house of representatives today to go in and vote themselves change in pay affective Monday. You know, you don't want a guy voting himself or gal voting herself a pay raise to take effect. Now, you don't want that. So you they at the moment they can only vote to to affect their pay rates or vote to affect the pay rates for the next congress, not the current congress, which is which is why that's happening and beyond that, I'll be honest with you. I don't know what we thought they were supposed to be what they were going to be doing. You know, the argument was with with President Trump, and you know, who, you know, trying to figure out what he wanted to do in the first place how he wanted to bring this thing in for a landing, you know. So I don't know what. I don't I don't know what our local congress people were supposed to be doing about that. You know, when the government was shut down. I don't know. I don't I don't know what we really expected there. Let's go back to the lines. We've got one more before the before the break here. Let's go to Tony Tony around on six ten WTVN. Good morning. Hey, good morning. Great topic. Got you know, one of the things I think I I've heard one news outlet might have been FOX talked about that is related to even at Trump got the funding for the wall. What he wanted a mmediately? We're talking years of litigation because of a lot of this property on the border is private property. And that kind of one of the reasons I other aside from the fact that Democrats probably know that, but they just did want to give him the money because it was Trump. But you just kinda wonder why that is being talked about little for like, how long is it gonna take actually build a wall because of you know, eminent domain and things of that nature. Yeah. We've heard a lot about about ranchers. And and other folks who live along the border who aren't so anxious to to give up any portion of their land in effect for in in pursuit of the wall. They it's not something that we're hearing that they want to do. I don't see a lot of people on TV saying, I'll take take my property. I'd love to it's a it's a worthy cause. So that that's going to be a stumbling block if you know, if it's a wall project where to move forward that's going to be a problem. Yeah. Yeah. So, yeah, it's it's a I mean, I'm of the opinion. I I don't try to be honest. I don't trust either side. I think it's all about them. And quite frankly, if they build a wall around Washington DC, I would be opposed to that. I hear you Tony. I couldn't agree with you more, actually. All right. Thanks, man. Appreciate the call. All right. Six one four eight two one nine eight eight six eight hundred six ten WTVN. Can you imagine? If you know, you know, the we one of the things that we've heard several times in different ways is, you know, the president throughout this whole shutdown thing has said that the federal workers are with me. They agree with me. Well, he has no way of knowing that you know, they they all there with me. They want the wall. And then it's always some some form of they're happy to make this sacrifice and not get a paycheck. And then we had the commerce secretary on TV this week saying, well, I don't know why some of these people are going into food shelter into food pantries and getting that when they can easily get alone that dudes out of touch way outta seriously seriously. That's why I hate all the politicians because one of them that understand that about any of us. That was like I'm trying to remember. I think it was when when Romney ran in whatever year was a twelve. Yeah. When Ronnie you're and in twelve there is a thing where they were talking about like, college, affordability and stuff like that. And he made some sort of remark. Like, well, if you don't have the money, just ask your, folks. Okay. Up to mom and dad for it. Loads of cash, you know, I understand your dad was the governor of Michigan. You've you've you've never known any lifestyle enrolling in the dough. But other people have not had that similar experience. And that's what the comments that. We heard this week from Wilbur Ross and some of the others of have sounded very similar to that. All right. We've got about our news to get to. And then we are back with you. It is Saturday morning. Open phones, these radio six ten WTVN. Iheartradio has.

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"republican house" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"republican house" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Will he continue to try to sell if it goes to the courts and his wrapped up in the courts for a year or two will he continue to try to sell it. Remember, he didn't try to really sell it as he selling it. Now the first two years in office when he had a Republican House. As I said yesterday, I believe he wasted a year talking about we'll Mexico pay for not and he was still on it yesterday. It's just like stopping. Don't waste your time on anything that doesn't get to the heart of the matter of the immorality of the Democrats when it comes to border security. Don't bring up anything else. Don't don't model. Anything don't have any type of gray area. Don't have anything that isn't specific to the immorality of the Democrats, and Eric and I talked about this yesterday. Again, it's this is one topic that we've talked about for years, and we've said the democrat party, maybe not the people that vote democratic, but the democrat party is for open borders there for sanctuary cities for gosh sakes. They believe that they're talk. Gavin Newsom now talking about more Medicaid money. I don't couple of Republican senators are coming in are ready to try to stop the Gavin Newsom is talking about hundreds of millions of dollars for health care for legal immigrants. There a sanctuary state. They believe that if you get across the border, you ought to be able to stay. And I still don't think the Republicans or the administration and hopefully a year from now I can say they've corrected that big time. Because I still think irrespective of what happens you're even if he goes and puts us into the courts, they sh- still shouldn't stop. I still think they should have. They should have town hall meetings on at border cities. They should be constantly bringing the border patrol and the director of homeland security and the DA and doing press conferences on a consistent basis over and over and over again, whether he decides to go the emergency route or whatever. Because you have a win on the morality of it. The Democrats have nothing the New York Times article yesterday proved they have nothing they know they have nothing. They can't argue border security. They can't tell you what they really want. And it's up to the Republicans and the administration to take advantage of that. So there you go. But again, and Amanda, I understand where you're coming from understand your passion because it is frustrating. It's frustrating for all of us. I just bring up the pasta, you know, the possibilities because we don't know how the executive order the the the emergency declaration. We don't know how it's gonna be worded. So we don't know. Really what's going on everything is really speculation. As to how the left may try to fight it. And then you talk about I think it's a great constitutional thing to talk about. All right. How far can the president go? How far do we want a president to go who will eventually make the decision? Because that that's another point when it comes to the president's War Powers. This is war. Every ministration has said, what would congress said means nothing? So it gets to the point of with the president when it comes to war. Now, again, appropriations is is what they can control impeachment and removal from office is another thing if they believe that a president not talking about Trump here. But, but if you abuse, for example, your executive War Powers. And just say, hey, I'm going to bomb Canada tomorrow. At that point. That would be congress getting involved in it because it wouldn't have time to get through the courts at a president would be removed from office. Unless unless they took out the tar sands. We took out the tar sands than most a candidate would be happy about that. Not the people in Alberta. Eight six six ninety redeye. Right back with more Red Eye Radio with every Curley and Gary McNamara..

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"republican house" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"republican house" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News. They preliminary at seven twenty two the government shutdown continues day thirteen today, and the president still trying to work out a deal that would mean major funding for his border wall. Now, though Democrats set to take control of the house today. Let's see how that influences anything and see if that power shift means much ABC's. Karen Travers is at the White House and joins us live right now. How does it change the discussion? With Democrats in control of the house today. It certainly gives the Democrats more leverage here. One of the first things they're going to do is vote on bills that would reopen the government. First Bill would open all of the agencies impacted by the shutdown fund them through September thirtieth but not include DHS. So that's part. One part two would fund DHS at through February eighth. So kinda give another months to have more arguments in negotiations over the border security issue yesterday. The Democrats were really trying to put pressure on the White House. The president and Senate Republicans trying to box them in a corner on this saying these are two separate bills. Why won't you vote and sign that first one that reopens everything else, why should those agencies and employees and departments be held hostage. That's the word the Democrats used because of this fight over border security Chuck Schumer after this briefing at the White House yesterday told us here at the White House. He has the president many many times why give me a good reason. Why? You wouldn't sign that he said the president didn't answer. Eventually we're told from sources familiar with this meeting eventually the president told humor. He would look foolish if he did that. So we'll see movement from the Democrats today. The Senate is not going to take up this legislation, but Democrats are trying to frame this as them caving into the president's pressure because two weeks ago, the Senate passed almost identical bells all of these same numbers that was the one that the president surprised everybody by saying he wouldn't sign Taryn. I'm going to be a hypocrite because I hate when people keep score in Washington. But I'm gonna keep score at the moment here. The president lost the first round because now he's losing congress to democratic control. Does his job knock it harder in the process to get anything passed and done an open the government. Absolutely. And he's gonna come under more scrutiny than he did under Republican House. The investigations will increase things that were not investigated will be investigated subpoenas. I mean, this is going to be a really intense time. And there's gonna be a lot more scrutiny put on the president his business. His team. Did agencies. And I think that you know, we'll get him upset thirty been talking about harassment by Democrats. But here's the thing. This is a president who likes to go through a list of his accomplishments. He's got reading the paper that he'll pull out in the Oval Office and say, look all we did I did more in the first two years than any other president if he wants to add to that list going forward. He's got to figure out a way to do something with the Democrats, otherwise literally nothing will get done in the next two years in Washington. Because of course, the Democrats have the majority now in the house. Yep. Good points ABC's. Karen Travers reporting live from the White House. Thank you. Thank you. We talked about this before though the longer. This all goes on the more blame there is to go around for both parties, the blame and less solutions. I almost feel like less is going to get done. Because again, they're trying to stakeout Turfan as I said keeping score about. Okay. We got this win they win. But I think the rest of us lose because it's intractable nothing gets done. We shall see seven twenty-five money news is we check.

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