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"republican legislature" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

05:04 min | 2 months ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"You're very first month of coverage. Well, back in the 1960s, there was a group of people who are called the neoconservatives. This is not like how we talk about neoconservatives today, meaning people who are just sort of hawkish on foreign policy and pretty vague about the terminology. There are a group of people who had decided that they were conservative mainly because they were liberals who had been mugged by reality. They didn't shift their social policy. What they really realize is that their policies with regard to crime and foreign policy had been H gigantic fail. Well, we are about to see a wave of people who are returning to reality because it turns out that the left has been mugged by reality and continues to be mugged by reality. And we're seeing it all over the spectrum. We are seeing it in the media. We are seeing it in politics. We are seeing it with regard to places like Disney. So yesterday, Chris rufo, who's done just yeoman's work and exposing the political indoctrination that has now become part and parcel of the Disney brand, rufo released tape that he had obtained of an all hands Disney meeting, reintroducing old and now new CEO bob Iger. Now Iger is very much the left. So much so that there was talk a few years ago about the possibility that bob Iger might actually throw his hat into the ring for the democratic presidential nomination. There's only one problem for Baba Iger and his wild left perspectives in life. And that is that in taking over at Disney again, the stock price of Disney has dumped completely. So, Disney stock was about 183 bucks, 47 cents, September 17th, 2021. Today, it is at $94 and 69 cents. So it has been sliced in about half. Over the course of the last year and a half or so. Not even year, about a year is really when it started to dump. And one of the reasons for this is because Disney decided to go woke. So part of this has to do with the dynamics of streaming and the fact that as the economy starts to slow down and people spend less money on entertainment and people go back to work that they are picking up less streaming service ashore. But that does not explain why Disney has disproportionately been slapped directly across the chops by the American public. The reason for that is because Disney has made clear that its priorities are not your priorities. Now, there is no bigger old Disney fan than I. I am an enormous old Disney fan. We owned all the tapes growing up. We used to listen in my house. I shared a room with three of my siblings and my parents to put us to sleep would put on like a small cassette tape of the music from Beauty and the Beast like every single night. The goal was to fall asleep before you hit the Gaston song where he sings about killing the base. Right, that was the goal. But we were huge Disney fans, and that meant that the biggest treat in the world when I was a kid was mom and dad take us out of school, and they take us to Disneyland. And that was like the best thing. And then when I became an adult and I had kids of my own, we became Disney annual pass members over in California, and then when we moved to Florida, one of the big draws was, okay, we still have Disneyland, two and a half hours away, which is awesome. And it's just fantastic. And again, I love all the old Disney product. I love the music. I love the movies. This is one of the great American companies of all time, Disney. But it became clear over the past few years that they were now attempting to inject inject woke politics into what they were doing, particularly with regard to LGBT issues. And just a few months ago, Chris roof will revealed, in all hands, Disney meeting in which people were openly bragging about injecting a quote unquote not at all secret to gay agenda into Disney content. And that followed hard on Disney injecting itself directly into politics in Florida for no apparent reason. Florida passed a bill that was designed to prevent the sexual indoctrination of children under the age of 8. The media immediately labeled the quote unquote don't say gay Bill, but that, of course, is not what the bill says. The bill says you are not allowed to teach sexual orientation or gender identity to children under the age of 8. That is what the bill says. It's designed to prevent the indoctrination of kids into left wing sexual values while they are very, very small children. And Disney originally had nothing to say about this. And then the media did what they usually do. They started calling up Disney and trying to pressure Disney because they recognized that the top executives at Disney are Democrats, and they recognize that a huge base of the Disney creatives are Democrats, and they recognize that a huge percentage of Disney employees are either gay or straight who are in favor of same sex marriage, for example. And are all sexually liberal. At least in their value system. And so they push Disney and Disney cave and Disney decided that they were going to inject themselves directly into politics and they came out swinging against governor Ron DeSantis and the Republican legislature condemning the bill. And this prompted governor desantis and the Republican legislature to say, well, a whole bunch a second. You guys have special tax districts. You have special tax giveaways. You don't get to inject yourself into state politics. And basically, try to stump against the political party in power for your own benefit, while at the same time expect us to continue granting you all sorts of large S. That's not something that we are willing to do. Now you can make the argument that governor desantis shouldn't have done that. You can make the argument that Republican legislature should have left it alone that basically corporations get to say, whatever they want without any sort of consequence, there's only one problem with that. If that rule only applies with regard to the right, then all the corporations will be left wing. And that is precisely what's been occurring over the course of the last ten or 15 years. If you had said 15 years ago, the biggest corporations in America would be reflecting the most wild left social policies,

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Trump and His Republicans Are Already Claiming Vote Fraud

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Trump and His Republicans Are Already Claiming Vote Fraud

"By midday someone said Trump had already tweeted 6 times about vote fraud. I mean, he's just such a cancer on our country, you know? In 2020, wasn't there a district near a Detroit where like the whole building shut down? Yeah. Like 9 hours or something like that, it's like, yeah. Christina bob, I'm not sure if that's who she is. This is the Trump lawyer. I expect to know who won by the middle of the night. Maybe very, very early Wednesday morning. If we don't, and if Democrats try to extend the vote, I think they're going to have a very, very hard time doing it with any level of credibility. In 2020, they were able to do it because they claimed COVID and they had this excuse which we all know was baloney because they had to go find more ballots and do all of their ballot harvesting. I think, oh my God, this is what there are plan always has been. Is this red mirage? Like, what did he say extend the voting? It's not extending the voting. It's counting all the votes, which Republican legislature has ruled. They can't count until election day. Correct. The Republican legislature ruled that. Right. I love it. It's going to happen like 12 o'clock. What a debt.

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"republican legislature" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:52 min | 3 months ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Fall for that okie doke. Vote. And Donald Trump is also going to be in the state. There are obviously putting a lot of time and effort into Pennsylvania. Will it be a disaster for the party that doesn't win? Pennsylvania matters a lot because it has both a very contested Senate seat and also has very contested. Do you remember you'll see? It's true on the one hand, we don't expect the last minute campaigning to shift vote very much. But that's because both parties do the last minute campaigning. If only Republicans campaigned in Pennsylvania over the last 48 hours, then perhaps that would help them a lot. But it's sort of a zero sum game because both parties go full out. And they both go full out in all of the relevant districts, whether it's seats that originally leaned one way or the other. At this point, they know which will close races are and all of those are going to be fully funded. And surrogates and have all the other resources that a party can put into it. And that's why the last minute stuff sort of canceled each other out because there's so much of it on both sides. Michigan is a fascinating. I mean, there are so many fascinating ones, but Michigan is particularly fascinating, I guess, because a, it's so close and be also now have Liz Cheney. Endorsing ELISA slotkin, does that make a difference? You know, I think there's very few endorsements that make a big difference at the end. Liz Cheney also endorsed the Democrat in the Ohio Senate race. The only endorsement that I've seen that might move a few votes because it's so unexpected is in Oklahoma where there's a surprisingly competitive race, former Republican and sooner football star JC watts has endorsed the democratic candidate for governor in what's expected to be a surprisingly close race. So maybe because that was sort of unexpected and it would make some difference, but the truth is in a Michigan House race. Ohio Senate race. People who would be listening to Liz Cheney have already made up their minds long ago. Yeah, that's such a good point. Georgia, does it go to a runoff? And I don't bet on politics, I've been on horses. More reliable, yeah. I would guess that Georgia certainly seems like it's headed for a runoff. And that's very interesting because just as we had two years ago, it's very possible that control of the Senate could come down to a runoff in Georgia. And even if it doesn't, one would suspect that it could change the race in all kinds of different ways to have it coming once the rest of the Senate is already set. Assuming that it is, it could take weeks to decide some of these races. Well, that's the other question. I mean, Nevada is also both candidates polling identically now. So whoever comes into the runoff with the lead traditionally has had an advantage, especially if it's a challenger. But whether that's true in a situation where all of a sudden the race would be even more nationalized than it is, especially if we know the control of the Senate is at stake. What are your thoughts, Jonathan, on whether the pause button is hit after Tuesday night and we have to wait many days many weeks for many of the outcomes. Yeah, I think that's how the system is set up and we should all be very aware of it. Depending on which state it is, even sometimes within the state, it takes longer to do the votes. Sometimes for a very good reason, in some states, they accept ballots that are postmarked by election day. Well, that takes some time. In Pennsylvania, North Korea, the Republican legislature has not allowed preopening and pre preparing ballots that come in, and absentee ballots to be ready to be counted in advance. And so that means that they have to start sorting them and all that which takes time, not until after the polls close, which means we won't find out about Pennsylvania right away. And this is in the normal proceedings. Do you imagine that there will be people contesting results and that there might be an election denial going on again? It seems likely. I think Bloomberg comes something like 265 Republican candidates who are supporting the false idea that the 2020 election was decided by fraud. Presumably some of them are going to yell fraud if they lose, even if they lose by quite a bit. We saw it in the primaries. We saw some Republican candidates lose Republican primaries in Republican states and still refuse to concede. It used to be you needed something, some kind of irregularity, something that looked funny at least. And now that's not true. They are ready to say, then because Donald Trump pioneered this that normal regular counting procedures must have been fraudulent, if you lose. And we also should be careful because we're also going to see from both sides legitimate election challenges because that happens also, not because of terrible fraud or anything like that, but because sometimes there are things that the parties can legitimately claim went wrong and they can go to court and try to determine that. And one of the things for us is observers to do is to make sure we can say, oh, yes, that's normal going to court the way you do it normally. But then others are

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"republican legislature" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:48 min | 3 months ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Vote. And Donald Trump is also going to be on the stage. There are obviously putting a lot of time and effort into Pennsylvania. Will it be a disaster for the party that doesn't win? Pennsylvania matters a lot because it has both a very contested Senate seat and also has a very contested gubernatorial seat. It's true on the one hand, we don't expect the last minute campaigning to shift vote very much. But that's because both parties do the last minute campaigning. If only Republicans campaigned in Pennsylvania over the last 48 hours, then perhaps that would help them a lot. But it's sort of a zero sum game because both parties go full out. And they both go full out in all of the relevant districts, whether it's seats that originally leaned one way or the other. At this point, they know which close races are and all of those are going to be fully funded and have surrogates and have all the other resources that a party can put into it. And that's why the last minute stuff sort of cancels each other out because there's so much of it on both sides. Michigan is a fascinating. I mean, there are so many fascinating ones, but Michigan is particularly fascinating, I guess, because a, it's so close and be yours and I have Liz Cheney Endorsing ELISA slotkin, does that make a difference? You know, I think there's very few endorsements that make a big difference at the end. Liz Cheney also endorsed the Democrat in the Ohio Senate race. The only endorsement that I've seen that might move a few votes because it's so unexpected is in Oklahoma where there's a surprisingly competitive race, former Republican and sooner football star JC watts has endorsed the democratic candidate for governor in what's expected to be a surprisingly close race. So maybe because that was sort of unexpected and it would make some difference. But the truth is in a Michigan House race Ohio Senate race. People who would be listening to Liz Cheney have already made up their minds long ago. Yeah, that's such a good point. Georgia, does it go to a runoff? And I don't bet on politics I've been on horses. More reliable, yeah. I would guess that Georgia certainly seems like it's headed for a runoff. And that's very interesting because just as we had two years ago, it's very possible that control of the Senate could come down to a runoff in Georgia. And even if it doesn't, one would suspect that it could change the race in all kinds of different ways to have it coming once the rest of the Senate is already set. Assuming that it is, it could take weeks to decide some of these races. Well, that's the other question. I mean, Nevada is also both candidates polling identically now. So whoever comes into the runoff with the lead traditionally has had an advantage, especially if it's a challenger. But whether that's true in a situation where all of a sudden the race would be even more nationalized than it is, especially if we know the control of the Senate is at stake. What are your thoughts, Jonathan, on whether the pause button is hit after Tuesday night and we have to wait many days many weeks for many of the outcomes. Yeah, I think that's how the system is set up and we should all be very aware of it. Depending on which state it is, even sometimes within the state, it takes longer to do the votes. Sometimes for a very good reason, in some states, they accept ballots that are postmarked by election day. Well, that takes some time. In Pennsylvania, North Korea, the Republican legislature has not allowed preopening and pre preparing ballots that come in, absolutely ballots to be ready to be counted in advance. And so that means that they have to start sorting them and all that, which takes time, not until after the polls close, which means we won't find out about Pennsylvania right away. And this is in the normal proceedings. Do you imagine that there will be people contesting results and that there might be an election denial going on again? It seems likely. I think Bloomberg comes something like 265 Republican candidates who are supporting the false idea that the 2020 election was decided by fraud. Presumably some of them are going to yell fraud if they lose, even if they lose by quite a bit. We saw it on the primaries. We saw some Republican candidates lose Republican primaries in Republican states and still refuse to concede. It used to be you needed something, some kind of irregularity, something that looked funny at least. And now that's not true. They are ready to say, because Donald Trump pioneered this that normal regular counting procedures must have been fraudulent, if you lose. And we also should be careful because we're also going to see from both sides legitimate election challenges because that happens also, not because of terrible fraud or anything like that, but because sometimes there are things that the parties can legitimately claim went wrong. And they can go to court and try to determine that. And one of the things for us as observers to do is to make sure we can say, oh, yes, that's normal going to court the way you do it normally. But then others are, wow

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"republican legislature" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

04:11 min | 3 months ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"And that's what, you know, every time we go on a trip, we're like, okay, this is too clean. I bet it's run by Republicans. And sure enough it is. Oh, this looks filthy. Oh, look at all the homeless people. This is a democratic area. And by the way, we're talking about places in the same state. Classic example is Tennessee. You go to Nashville, it's all run down. You've got people pushing up against you insulting you, challenging you to a fight. And so at Nashville, then you move down to Chattanooga as we did, we went from Nashville to Chattanooga and we just noticed a complete difference as a big overpass and a bridge and we were like, where are the people sleeping under the bridge? Oh wait, there aren't any. Oh yeah, and it's really clean, you know? No, interestingly, and let's pivot here to Pennsylvania because NBC is reporting that the Republicans in Pennsylvania. The Republican legislature. And by the way, this Republican legislature in Pennsylvania is mostly a dud. And by that, I mean, these are people who could have done a lot to fix election integrity. They never did it in part because a lot of them have an issue with Trump. And so in order to sort of they didn't want to help Trump, they just wanted to help themselves, but now evidently crime has gotten such a bad to read such a bad level in Philadelphia, and there's a sorrows funded prosecutor named krasner. Is it a Larry krasner? Yeah. It's Larry krasner. He's the Philadelphia district attorney. And so the Republicans have decided it's time to impeach this guy. And so they're beginning impeachment proceedings against him. Yeah, but I mean, look at this.

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Tudor Dixon: Michigan Is a Red State

Mark Levin

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Tudor Dixon: Michigan Is a Red State

"Now Michigan do you still have a Republican legislature there We do We have for 20 years And I think that's where people say boy this is a blue state It's not a blue state It is very much a red state And that's why we've been able to do what we've been able to do But the really interesting part about what's happened in Michigan you see this radical sex and gender stuff happening in schools You saw that in the debate She was unwilling to say that it's a problem She even made a crack saying my opponent thinks that books are more dangerous than guns which is outrageous to think that we don't have dangers in both areas So we have to make sure that our kids are safe no matter what She says she doesn't believe that books are a problem We have a unique situation in Michigan where Dearborn Michigan is mostly Democrat and mostly Muslim and are Muslim families have typically voted Democrats They are outraged by the sex and gender stuff in schools And they have come to me and said we're switching parties this year It's pretty interesting

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Remember, Zuckerberg Pumped $417M Into Democrats Last Election

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 5 months ago

Remember, Zuckerberg Pumped $417M Into Democrats Last Election

"$417 million from Zuckerberg went into heavy Democrat areas to get out the vote in a very sinister scheme This isn't conspiracy This is fact And that money was used to give out grants readily and happily accepted I might add mostly almost exclusively to Democrat local boards of election But they had to follow a very specific protocol or voting regime that would assist the Democrats And that's what they did Well what do you call that Maybe you don't call it fraud but what do you call it I'm just curious Now the Democrats know what they did Their lawyers know what they did Zuckerberg knows what he did but how is it That bar and not just him My dear good friend rove and others How is it that they don't realize it In fact it's so bad that Republican state legislatures have tried to fix it They've reversed course And it states where there's democratic governors and Republican legislatures the governor's a block them As in Pennsylvania or they've Democrat elected courts that have blocked them as in Pennsylvania there's no going back now

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The Left Never Want Republicans to Challenge Elections Ever Again

Mark Levin

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

The Left Never Want Republicans to Challenge Elections Ever Again

"Now why are they going after various state legislature even shaking them down for documents and information Why are they doing that Because they do not want Republican legislators in Republican legislatures ever Ever Exercising their constitutional power or even what they think might be their constitutional power To ever again challenge a Democrat court a Democrat governor or the so called election of a Democrat prisoner This is all one side you never saw anything like this after 2016 Ever Never But this is really quite remarkable What's taking place here

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Dick Morris Has Game-Changing News About the 2020 Election

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Dick Morris Has Game-Changing News About the 2020 Election

"I'm talking to dick Morris, yes, dick Morris. He has a book out called the return, talking about Donald Trump. And dick, you've just been laying out for us. I mean, you are somebody you've lived this for decades. You understand the way these things work and you're giving us good news that the Supreme Court is going to be dealing with election integrity. This ought to have been done a long time before it's finally happening. And so it's your belief that they, the Supreme Court will deal with the horror of what was allowed to happen in 2020. And that that can't happen again. And you say this is a game changer. Totally. It means that the legislature alone decides the rules that the electric. And if the governor of veto is the bill they pass, it's wasted ink that he can govern state elections, but in federal races for president Congress Senate. The legislature controls it. And these are all Republican legislatures in the swing states. Okay, so let's to clarify what happened in 2020, obviously, which was just a grotesque travesty of America of American elections that we had all kinds of bizarre things happen that ought never to have happened and it's because as you just said, even though we had Republican legislatures in these states, the governors overrode the will of the people, what ought to have happened. And enable things to occur, which never ought to have occurred, which were unconstitutional, but finally now the Supreme Court will be dealing with this and making it possible for us, at least on this level, to have actual fair

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Let's Not Overlook Another Important Decision Affecting Voter ID in NC

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:16 min | 7 months ago

Let's Not Overlook Another Important Decision Affecting Voter ID in NC

"I want to talk about another important case recently decided by the Supreme Court that has been a little sidelined because of the big decisions on gun rights, the big decisions on preying on the football field and of course the biggest decision of all the decision that God decision regarding that overturned roe versus wade, the case I want to talk about is called burger versus North Carolina state conference of the NAACP. And here is what's going on in that case. It's a voter ID case. So North Carolina passed a law basically saying that you need to have voter ID. You can't vote without proper ID. And this has now been contested in court. The voter ID law. But as it so happens, the Secretary of State, I'm sorry, the attorney general of North Carolina is a Democrat. He's opposed to voter ID. And so in a kind of irony, you got the NAACP suing to get rid of voter ID. And by the way, think of how ridiculous it says. This is the NAA suite basically saying that blacks don't know how to get ID. These are the same blacks, by the way, that travel on a plane. And get ID. Make doctors appointments and show their ID, open bank accounts, ensure their ID, but somehow when it comes to vote, they don't know how to get an ID and so an ID requirement becomes somehow racist, it becomes discriminatory. It becomes, quote, voter suppression, I mean, is requiring you to show ID at the TSA, travel suppression, when the bank says show me your ID before you cash a check is that banking suppression, nonsense. But in any event, you have this case, the NAACP wants to get rid of voter ID and the NAACP is counting on the attorney general of North Carolina a Democrat to be on their side. Now he's supposed to be defending the law, but he doesn't agree with the law. And so the point is he's going to make it's almost like a prosecutor who wants the guy who's accused to get off. And so what is he going to do? He's going to put on a really bad case. He's going to put on a bad case of the jewelry goes, wow, maybe the guy didn't do it. So he healed withhold evidence that is incriminating why because he doesn't agree with the prosecution. He doesn't want to go forward. And that's what's going on here. And so the Republicans basically step in and go listen, we want to be able to file briefs that support voter ID because we don't believe that the democratic attorney general is going to do a good job defending a law that was in fact passed by a Republican legislature. So that was the issue. And so earlier, lower court judges had said to the Republicans, you don't know, you can't intervene here. It's the job of the democratic attorney general to defend voter ID. If he does a bad job, he does a bad job, but it is his job. And so the question here went before the Supreme Court is simply this, do the Republicans who have an interest in the law. They passed the law. Have the right to be able to weigh in on the case. They can't displace the democratic attorney general, but they can file briefs that say to the court here are our reasons for why voter ID is a good idea. And the Supreme Court goes, yes, they can do that. You can't prevent them from doing that. In other words, the whole idea here is that our legal process is

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Dana Goldberg on the Electoral Virus That Has Infected the GOP

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:02 min | 8 months ago

Dana Goldberg on the Electoral Virus That Has Infected the GOP

"Speaking of viruses, you know, we played Chuck Schumer there at the beginning and talking about the virus. It's in fact the GOP that they don't believe in free and fair elections anymore apparently. It's happening everywhere. I could not be so I'm from New Mexico. If you're following the story, my dear friend, my childhood friend Maggie Toulouse, who is now a Secretary of State in New Mexico. Oh, wow. Yeah, she's bringing in the state Supreme Court because the GOP in New Mexico is refusing to certify the primary elections. Like you're already starting there. That's right. So I could not be more proud of her, but this is terrifying. It's going to start happening in states. And New Mexico is not red. No. It's just they happen to have a Republican enough Republican legislatures in the legislature too cause trouble. And so this is what's happening. We need to be vigilant about this. It's going to start happening in all of the states because of what he did because of all of the refusal to accept the results of the election. They're just writing this wave. It's awful. It's the big lie has infected their party. And anyone thinks they can do this

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Biden Is Adapting Autocratic, Totalitarian Techniques

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 9 months ago

Biden Is Adapting Autocratic, Totalitarian Techniques

"And I want you to know what the Biden administration is really planning The Biden administration is adopting autocratic totalitarian techniques And it's doing it in many respects whether it's our classrooms with the attorney general putting out that memo We want you to bring in the FBI and the U.S. attorney's office and the criminal division the civil rights division The national security divisions of the Justice Department against parents and local school boards What brings lawsuits against Republican legislatures that tries to stop them from being Republican legislatures Where he refuses to enforce immigration laws and violation of article two of the constitution With the executive branch the president and specific is supposed to ensure take care that the laws are properly executed I go on and on and on And then this war against Donald Trump is war against peaceful protesters not violent protesters peaceful protesters on January 6th And so forth

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Dinesh D'Souza: How Will Republicans React to '2000 Mules?'

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 9 months ago

Dinesh D'Souza: How Will Republicans React to '2000 Mules?'

"Saw some clips and this is a fantastic movie It is fantastic There is no denying your eyes are not lying when you see these guys just coming with bundles of ballots and shove them into these boxes And let me ask you something at this point has law enforcement at any level seen this movie Well I will tell you that through the vote has filed an official complaint with the Secretary of State of Georgia and this guy Brad raffensperger a Republican by the way has based upon the information provided opened up a new investigation And he's in fact recently issued subpoenas He says he's going to get to the bottom of it Now the reason this is a little bit dicey is this is the same Brad raffensperger who got into a verbal spat with Trump This is the same guy who declared the election with completely secure in Georgia This is the same guy who was lionized in the media as a Republican standing up against Trump So for this guy to now turn around and go you know what I was the sheriff but they're robbed They committed the robbery right under my nose and I really didn't notice it's going to be pretty hard for him to do that So I don't really know where this is going to go I'm optimistic that they're looking at it then there's of course the Republican attorney general barnaby and Arizona I'd love him to see the movie He's going to be jumping out of his seat So there are things that Republican attorneys general secretaries of state and even Republican legislatures can do Of course I have less hope that the Democrats in places like Michigan or Pennsylvania are going to spring into action In fact they might spring into action to figure out how do we cover this thing up

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"republican legislature" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:08 min | 10 months ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Its special tax status. I made a bit of row between the entertainment company and the state's governor Ron DeSantis it comes as the 43 year old Republican considers a tilt at the presidency in a couple of years time. Well, let's get more on this now with Scott Lucas. Adjunct professor at the Clinton institute at university college Dublin Scott's an expert and a regular chronicler of U.S. politics here on Monaco 24 Scott good afternoon to you as always. Let's take a couple of steps back. What's this row about exactly Scott? Well, there's a specific route and then there's the bigger real political reason why it's flown up. The specific route is about Disney's effectively many state within a state. Like many other firms and areas in Florida from villages for the elderly to the Daytona superspeedway, Disney has since the late 60s had effectively the right to develop its own taxes to run its own area. You know, Disney World with water, electricity, sewage. In other words, it governs itself. It's a self governing area. And there's always been questions about that, whether that's really the economic model you want rather than local and state governments collecting taxes and running services. But why it's flared up now is simply because Florida governor Ron DeSantis and the Republican Republican legislature have decided to elevate their political future by staging whipping up these so called culture wars. And Disney will take its place as being the hallmark of liberal culture, ironic, given that Walt Disney was on the far right of U.S. politics because specifically the legislature and desantis as part of this whipped up culture war. And this more serious attack on rights passed an act that don't say gay act, which limits the ability to teach sexuality and gender all the way from kindergarten through senior year in high school, Disney under pressure from its employees, objected to that act, said we need to discuss these issues. We need to be an open tolerant to our society, and that's what desantis and the Republican legislature went after them. Yeah, I mean, it's really fascinating. And you can see why it makes sense it's expedient politically for the GOP in recent years to try and constantly develop or rehash this sort of culture wars. Argument, it grabs headlines. I wonder though in this instance Scott, is it a GOP expression or is it as much or equally or more even a question of desantis himself trying to raise his profile? He knows this is a narrative which will play well with the demographic that could be crucial were he to have a tilt in a couple of years time at the big job. It's false. I mean, it's legislatures across the U.S. that are led by Republicans are systematically attacking rights in Florida within the past couple of weeks. We've had a significant restriction on abortion, almost a complete ban on abortions in the state, which we've seen in other Republican led states across the U.S.. We have seen an attempt in Florida to restrict voting rights again as we've seen in other legislatures across the United States. Just yesterday, the Florida legislature passed a congressional map, which is what we call gerrymandered to increase the number of seats almost guaranteed to Republicans while limiting the power of black voters. But beyond that, no Ron DeSantis who came into politics just over a decade ago. He was a military lawyer, decided he wanted to do something politically he became a U.S. representative. And then in 2018, he won the governor's seat narrowly in Florida, he tied his future to Donald Trump. He completely backed Trump throughout Trump's four years in office. And now with Trump possibly being sidelined in 2024, desantis is thinking I can out Trump Trump and make his run for The White House. Yeah, out trumping Trump is a sobering thought, isn't it? What are his chances? 'cause I mean, I've put you on the spot. You always evade my question so elegantly, of course God. But I always ask you about, you know, who does the GOP or moderates or not the extreme right of the GOP throw their weight behind it? Are we seeing with these maneuvers? And with let's be Frank, you know, some pretty adroit playing of political game by desantis a candidate that could not only win the Republican nomination in 24, but could even potentially, when the general election. Oh yeah, good. I mean, I'll take last year during this, you know, as we came out of COVID and we had Republican and right-wing conferences, consistently, Ron DeSantis pulled second to Donald Trump in straw polls of the representatives. The change in the last few months is that Donald Trump has been sidelined a bit. His megaphone on Twitter has been taken away. He's not grabbing the headlines as much as he used to. And he's got a series of legal challenges. So all of a sudden the field opens up if he doesn't run, and you see it with the Santos, you also see it with Ted Cruz, who, of course, ran in 2016 against Trump, where Ted Cruz has whipped up this culture war at the hearing for the Supreme Court nominee, then Supreme Court nominee katangi Brown Jackson by saying, oh, look, we're teaching kids how to be racist in our schools completely made up. It could be candidates like Mike Pence, who's been quite silent right now, who might try to portray themselves as a moderate compared to these folks, and Pence is not a moderate or at least he wouldn't be considered one before 2016. 16. It's a pretty open field, but desantis has got an advantage. And that is the right wing attack press, whether you talk about Fox News, breitbart, PJ media town hall. They love him. They love him because that media, right wing attack media is united by one thing. They don't want to see a consensus in America. They don't want to see a united approach to deal with the serious problems at home and abroad. They want to turn this into an all out war against Democrats, liberals, and probably pointing ahead academics like me. Brilliant insights, Scott Lucas. As always, thanks for your time. Thanks for joining us here on the briefing on.

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"republican legislature" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:00 min | 10 months ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"You need to use promo code DI MES dinesh. Disney declared war on the state of Florida and now the state of Florida has declared war on Disney. This is by the way a Republican administration. By the way, a Republican legislature that knows how to fight and is showing the rest of the country how to do this. Imagine if all Republican governors and legislatures operated in this way. And it's basically a way of saying, listen, you don't mess with me and we won't mess with you. But if you want to take us on, game on. Let's see who wins. So here's Disney. And they decided to, as a company, officially come out Foursquare against a rather benign Florida law. This is HB 1557, which basically says that we don't want explicit sex education. Let alone sexual instruction techniques to be given to very young children in the first or the second or the third grade. And even in later grades, we want sort of age appropriate sex education. So this is common sense, parents would support this 99, if not a 100%. And yet Disney see Disney is kind of pickly populated with gay activists, and these gay activists pressure Disney as a company to sort of, you know, it's a don't say gay Bill. This is their kind of stigma that they're trying to put on the bill, even though the bill doesn't even talk about that. Anyway, Disney decides that they're going to fight against this bill, quote our goal as a company is for this law to be repealed by the legislature or struck down in the courts and they say we're committed to fight to help this to occur. But governor desantis goes, you know what? Disney, you've picked a fight with us and we're ready for it. The governor says quote the political influence that they're used to wielding that Disney is used to wielding in the state of Florida. He says has dissipated. Now, Disney has for almost 70 years had a special protection, a kind of tax protection, and also an autonomy protection in Florida law. This was a law passed by Florida's House and Senate had created what's called the reedy creek improvement district, and it gives essentially benefits to Disney that no other cooperation has. These are benefits for Disney to kind of run its own company as a town. So Disney basically has its own police. It has its own sanitation. It has its own road maintenance, and in exchange for this Disney gets its exempt from all kinds of taxes and fees, normally imposed on corporations that own land in the state of Florida. And so the saddest goes, but listen, this isn't just about Disney, but we're taking away these special protections. Why should we give them to some corporations and not others? Florida law generally says treat corporations in the same way. And so the Florida Senate has already passed has already voted. 23 to 16 to dissolve this special protection, the dissolution would be effective of June of 2023, so it's going to be a year from now. It goes into effect. This is now going also before the Florida House. And of course, it's a Republican House just as it's a Republican Senate. And so the votes are there. The house is likely to pass it. It's going to go then to the Republican governor who is likely to sign it. Now, this is not, by the way, the kind of law that's easy to take to the court and have the court overturn it. Why? Because no one denies that it is in the province of the Republican of the legislature of Florida to make laws that deal with how corporations operate in the state. That's not disputable. There's no constitutional issue per se at stake. And remember the Disney is not being singled out here. Disney had a special protection and the special protection is being repealed. Now, of course, there's going to be a lot of flouting and a lot of pouting and a lot of rage inside of Disney. I'm sure animators and so on are just, you know, taking their crayons and making all kinds of angry marks on the page and so on. But after their tantrums subside, Disney's gonna have to consider an important question, which is, you know, what moves are left in Disney's camp in Disney sort of strike back? Well, probably the easiest way to strike back is to leave the state of Florida, but you know what? That's not very easy to do. Where can you go? We'll go to California. Wait a minute. We already have. We already have Disney land in California. What else can we go? It's not sunny all places in the United States all year. And where are you gonna find a hundred acres plus some real estate in a sunny place where people want to go on vacation, it's not so easy. So I don't think Disney has a lot of good options here. I think this is a lesson for corporations in general that particularly when you're in a state like Florida. If you want to pick a fight, then the other side is going to fight as well. See, I think the left doesn't really expect this. They sort of expect that they can throw their tantrums and they can do their cancellation. And no one's going to cancel them. But you can see here Florida showing the way in saying that look, you can cancel us, but we're going to try to cancel you in return and quite frankly we have the laws on our side. We make the law, where the legislature. Governor desantis here has shown terrific leadership, like I say, I wish other Republican governors were able to use his combination of fearlessness, willingness to use the process. Now there's some people, you know, and in fact, national review online, these ridiculous characters are like, well, Florida already kind of won the battle by passing the law. Why are they going scorched earth on Disney? You know why? Because they can. So that's the answer. If you want to know why we're going scorcher on the left, it's because they've been doing it to us now for months, if not years, they've been getting away with it, and it's time for us to go scorch George for a change on them. The bestselling Eden pure thunderstorm air purifier uses proven Oxy technology that quickly destroys viruses, odors, mold and.

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Florida Lawmakers Have Stripped Disney of Special Tax Status

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:28 min | 10 months ago

Florida Lawmakers Have Stripped Disney of Special Tax Status

"Disney declared war on the state of Florida and now the state of Florida has declared war on Disney. This is by the way a Republican administration. By the way, a Republican legislature that knows how to fight and is showing the rest of the country how to do this. Imagine if all Republican governors and legislatures operated in this way. And it's basically a way of saying, listen, you don't mess with me and we won't mess with you. But if you want to take us on, game on. Let's see who wins. So here's Disney. And they decided to, as a company, officially come out Foursquare against a rather benign Florida law. This is HB 1557, which basically says that we don't want explicit sex education. Let alone sexual instruction techniques to be given to very young children in the first or the second or the third grade. And even in later grades, we want sort of age appropriate sex education. So this is common sense, parents would support this 99, if not a 100%. And yet Disney see Disney is kind of pickly populated with gay activists, and these gay activists pressure Disney as a company to sort of, you know, it's a don't say gay Bill. This is their kind of stigma that they're trying to put on the bill, even though the bill doesn't even talk about that. Anyway, Disney decides that they're going to fight against this bill, quote our goal as a company is for this law to be repealed by the legislature or struck down in the courts and they say we're committed to fight to help this to occur. But governor desantis goes, you know what? Disney, you've picked a fight with us and we're ready for it. The governor says quote the political influence that they're used to wielding that Disney is used to wielding in the state of Florida. He says has dissipated. Now, Disney has for almost 70 years had a special protection, a kind of tax protection, and also an autonomy protection in Florida law. This was a law passed by Florida's House and Senate had created what's called the reedy creek improvement district, and it gives essentially benefits to Disney that no other cooperation has. These are benefits for Disney to kind of run its own company as a town. So Disney basically has its own police. It has its own sanitation. It has its own road maintenance, and in exchange for this Disney gets its exempt from all kinds of taxes and fees, normally imposed on corporations that own land in the state of Florida. And so the saddest goes, but listen, this isn't just about Disney, but we're taking away these special protections. Why should we give them to some corporations and not

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WSJ: Russians Warn Western Companies of Arrests, Asset Seizures

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 11 months ago

WSJ: Russians Warn Western Companies of Arrests, Asset Seizures

"Russian prosecutors over at right scoops threatened to arrest company leaders seize assets of western companies boycotting Russia over the war Wall Street Journal Russian prosecutors have issued warnings to western companies in Russia Threatening to arrest corporate leaders there who criticized the government or to seize assets of companies that would draw from the country according to people familiar with the matter See this is an economy that's going to implode Prosecutors delivered the warnings in the past week to companies including Coca-Cola See that Coca-Cola the Republican legislature in Georgia looks pretty good about now doesn't it McDonald's Procter & Gamble IBM KFC so forth the call letters and visits included threats to sue the companies and seize assets including trademarks that people said Gee I want to do business in Russia Don't you The warnings have prompted at least one of the targeted companies to limit communications between its Russian business and the rest of the company You got to love these corporatists How they cower Now these are the same companies that are doing enormous amount of business with communist China This is why communist China has to figure out what it wants to do And I think they're going to help Russian no matter what You want to know why Because most of our corporatists are unpatriotic

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Rick Santorum and Eric Discuss the Convention of States Movement

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 11 months ago

Rick Santorum and Eric Discuss the Convention of States Movement

"Senator Rick santorum. It's such a joy Rick to sit here with you and talk about this. Thank you. And you've always had great conversations. Well, listen, you are one of the heroes in my world. I'm just so happy that you're out there and I'm really happy that you've gotten involved with the convention of state's movement. So you said that right now, 18 states already have said they want to do stress. And we have another state South Carolina, which we believe is on the precipice of voting for this. And what do you need? You need the state legislatures. Yeah, because we want to do this. Yeah, because the resolution is a resolution. It's not a bill. So the governors don't have to sign it. And so if we can get 34 state legislatures. And people say, well, you only need 18 or maybe 19. There's still a long way away. Yes, but 31 legislatures right now are controlled by Republicans. Every legislature that has passed this, Texas, Florida, Indiana, Wisconsin, et cetera, are all Republican legislatures. Overwhelmingly Republicans are for this and overwhelmingly, Democrats are against this. And why would that be? Is it because Democrats are in state with big state Marxist government? Could it be that? Could it be that? It sounds strange or do they like centralized government control? Yes, they like to crush the weak. It's a Darwinian principle. Okay, so this is interesting. How do you get the word out? I mean, is it by doing programs like this that people in these states? I do lots of radio and TV programs. And this year alone, I've been to ten state capitals. And I talked to legislators. And just like you, Eric, I mean, this is not an issue that is top of mind to pretty much. It's a new concept. It's never been done before. It's not national media, thankfully. It's not starting to cover this because when they do, it's going to be against it. They're going to be against and they're going to do it. It's going to be the convention of white supremacist states. Any second now. Exactly. So the idea is, and I tell all the legislatures look, you want to vote for this now, you don't want to be state 31, 32 or 33. Because you're going to have every left wing group and George Soros and everybody else out there trying to destroy you. For doing this. So I like talking about it and your radio program and talking about it to the base. But not real interested in going on national TV to talk too much about it. Well, it's

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Republican Investigates Voter Fraud in Wisconsin

The Larry Elder Show

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Republican Investigates Voter Fraud in Wisconsin

"And there is a Republican led investigation into Wisconsin. Approved by the Republican legislature. Now that report and the man who is leading it, trashed by The New York Times, said he's pushing conspiracy theories. But I'm telling you, I looked over that report. Some of the things either they're true or they're not true. In the report, for example, they pointed out that at a nursing home, 100% of those in the nursing home voted. And there's video of some of these people in the nursing home being interviewed, and it is clear that they have absolutely no idea where they are, let alone have the ability to vote.

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Daily Caller: New York Democrats Unveil New Congressional Map That Is ‘Brutal’ for Republicans

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Daily Caller: New York Democrats Unveil New Congressional Map That Is ‘Brutal’ for Republicans

"The daily caller New York Democrats unveil new congressional map that is brutal for Republicans Propose a new congressional map Sunday that could eliminate half of the state's Republicans in the House of representative But they want fair voting They want everybody to vote Come on Come on They just want the vote to be counted Republicans are Jim Crow The new lines give Democrats an advantage in 22 of the states 26 congressional districts ahead of November's midterm elections Despite their advantage that map may be less aggressive than what some Democrats including lawyer Mark Elias previously supported Just remember that name Mark Elias That SOB The map comes amid a battle for control of the House but Democrats hoping to preserve their narrow advantage while Republicans target over two dozen democratic seats While New York's map helps Democrat keep their majority it could be offset by likely Republican advantage maps in Texas Florida and Georgia not so fast Desantis is having to effectively overrule the Republican legislature Because many of them are like you know Lindsey Graham we must be fair Got to be fair about these things you know They've asked them A senior editor at the nonpartisan cook political report said that New York's proposed map was such an effective gerrymander that it only wasted democratic votes in a few isolated places Even then we're talking fractions of points It's a brutal map for Republicans Our guys just don't get it

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"republican legislature" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Too much that I disagree with. Like what? Give me one thing you disagree with. And sure, I'm sure about that because you sound like a great lady. Tell me what you disagree with. What policy of the Republican Party do you disagree with the most? You know, I just feel like they're not about policies right now. I feel like they are very much just pushing the culture wars more than anything rather than talking about policy. The whole thing start with the paw patrol issue. I had a conservative friend of mine bring that up. But I'm like, that's not even a thing. I'm like, my kid watches Paul patrol every single day. Right, but that's all but that's all. I get that. That's all sort of the noise about take policy. Your Democrat and I find were made up this country is made up of Republicans Democrats independents. I believe the only path out of the madness is to vote your party out because Republicans have a lot more common sense, Republicans put the country first, Republicans worry about getting taxed to death. I mean, policy wise, what policy do you disagree with that is embraced by the Republican Party? Let's stick to policy. What don't you like about a Republican policy? Well, you know, a lot of their policies, I don't feel like mainstream America embraces. I think that we're looking at like 27 to 32% of Republicans that actually embrace policies like banning abortion in Texas. All the prohibitive voter laws that are going into effect to appease the people that think the election was stolen when everybody has come out and said it wasn't stolen, you know, but still they're incorporating policies that address that and ignoring other policies. Right. Okay, I got it. And so your pro choice so the life issue is a big issue, the election integrity is a big issue. The baby at 43 I had a little boy, my first child ever. And I made the choice to have that baby after never having been pregnant in my life. But I still believe that we get to choose. I understand. I get it, we have a fundamental disagreement on the life issue. That's okay. I want to go back for a moment with you on the life ish. I mean, on the election integrity issue. You sound like a very reasonable intelligent person. You're smart, you read your listen to this show and I appreciate you very much. Even though we might disagree politically on a lot of things, I got to get your take on this. Do you honestly believe? 'cause you know all the communities in places like Houston and Arizona and Pennsylvania, you know how election rules were changed under the guise of COVID and people were allowed to drive through 24 7 voting. There were dropboxes everywhere, millions and millions and millions of ballots mailed in for the first time in the history of the country. Do you honestly feel an Amy and give me your and this isn't you and me arguing because again, you're a great, let's just talk civilly here. Do you honestly think that nothing was was hinky or suspicious about the November 2020 election considering the way all the election rules were changed under the guise of COVID? Do you honestly think it all went well at all went well? The one problem that I see is that most of those laws were passed by the Republican legislature. I'm not I'm not arguing with you about that about who passed them, I'm asking you if those changes affected let me try this. Do you not understood your satisfied with the outcome and Biden winning? And I get that and I understand that. Do you, though, are you able to put that aside and see how Trump supporters, you know, half the country would be suspicious about the outcome considering the way election rules were changed? Do you? At least, are you able to acknowledge why millions of Americans don't believe that the election was on the up and up? Different reason than you do. My reason is that I think that the conspiracy stuff was pushed before he ever even lost, and that it's just a, you know, everybody sings it back to him. I do not think that the actual mail in balloting and those things. I mean, look at Oregon. That's all they do is strictly mail in balloting. But all over the country states, Oregon, organism a swing state, Oregon is a blue state. They didn't need to change anything in Oregon. Amy, we have a fundamental disagreement, but I think probably the outcome since it happened the way you wanted it to, your satisfied and maybe you're not willing to explore the possibility that something that things went really awry in November of 2020. And frankly, you're right. A lot of Republican governors, a lot of Republican legislatures are going to make sure that doesn't happen again. Sorry. And thankfully, South Carolina where you live is one of them. Amy, I appreciate the exchange very much so. We'll have to agree to disagree portions of our show brought to you by job creators network and by my pillow. All right, it's Thanksgiving week and you got your Christmas shopping yet..

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Mark Levin to Rep. Liz Cheney: There's an Insurrection Every Day With Democrats in Office

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Mark Levin to Rep. Liz Cheney: There's an Insurrection Every Day With Democrats in Office

"In Liz Cheney is busy Being the handmaiden The handmaiden for these totalitarians Liz let me educate you if it's even possible these days There's already been an insurrection Look around you Liz it's happening every day There's a lawless president who's insisted on open borders We have a Department of Justice who uses its power to go after Republicans go after parents Go after parents go after Republican legislatures with whom they disagree on abortion or voting systems We have Democrats who Liz is now working very very closely with and I'm told it's becoming friends with Democrats They wanted to destroy the independence of the judiciary I want to destroy federalism who want to destroy capitalism Liz is okay with that because she never talks about it anymore Sure the Chinese are very proud of her These are people I used to respect I have no stomach for any of them anymore None

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"republican legislature" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Help the corona virus. Fill up those icu bets. That's next today. The united states reported two hundred twelve thousand nine hundred twenty four new cases of chroma virus five percent average increase in the last two weeks and today the united states reported one thousand nine hundred sixteen deaths from corner virus and eight percent average increase in the last two weeks. State of idaho. There are only four. Icu beds available tonight. Out of nearly four hundred yesterday. Republican governor of idaho brad little activated the guard to help hospitals with the kovin. Search my pillow idahoans yesterday evening. I toured nearly full. Icu and boise. What i saw was heartbreaking among the covert positive patients. All of them were unvaccinated. I wish everyone could have seen what i saw in the icu last night please choose to receive the vaccine now to support your fellow idahoans. Who need you. Idaho has vaccinated only thirty nine point three percent of the population in the last month. New cova cases in idaho increased by one hundred sixty four percent and covert hospitalizations increased by one hundred sixty six percent yesterday. Thirty two deaths from cova. Nineteen were reported in idaho the highest innate months joining us now is the minority leader of the idaho state house democratic state representative atlanta rebel. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. What has republican legislature. They're done to help the fight against coburn nineteen when not to help the fight against nineteen but as you noted in your intro. We are at the worst point of devices. We'd been out since code hit america. We have the highest playstation highest ice you occupancy rate there were basically no we're on the brink of implementing prices standards of care full-on rationing of health care and of the death panels that sarah palin britain were coming one day. They're here tonight out But what we're seeing. Our legislature do are gop dominated legislature. Wants us to come in for an emergency session. Not figured out how we can get resources to address the pandemic to pass a law banning our healthcare providers from requiring vaccines for the personnel. Right now we have various private employers prostate East doctors nurses and other vaccinated legislatures talking about coming back in to ban. Those axiom. requirements So to me the little stunning that we're looking at these numbers are including from this at the our top priority should be to remove vaccine incentives. What should idaho be doing now. Will certainly you know i'm. I'm grateful that our healthcare providers are taking the help of their patients seriously and ultimately. I think it's perogatives makes decisions. They make all kinds of decisions. They might require people to wear masks gloves. It's been a long standing practice with them to require Have other vaccines. So at the very least. I think we need to let healthcare experts to their business And we need to let communities do their business. There was also really push during session. I think we're gonna see again to ban to ban local governments from taking precautions and know our our governor elected never to do do a statewide mask mandate But i would like to see. Local governments have the freedom to do what they think is necessary for their communities. And there's really an potato the legislature to crack down on Anybody at any level of government that wants to take precautions. what happens if and possibly win all those. Icu beds are full. It's terrifying. I mean we're already seeing Right now they've put a freeze on all what they foot election procedures But those aren't necessarily very elective if you have chancer and you needed tumor removed. You can't have that procedure right now because those all been put on freeze to make room throughout the cove occasions. If it gets. I think it is very likely we're going to hit this as i said. We're gonna hit crisis standards of care put in standards where they're going to look at how old you are. And how many years of life. They think you have left and they're going to decide whether you care based on whether you meet those criteria to triage criteria. They have switzerland. They let you in for any care at all. So it's not just hitting the unvaccinated is gonna hit. People were in car. Crashes have strokes and heart attacks and other health problems on hosted represent of alana rebel. Thank you very much for joining us. Tonight thank you. We'll be right back with tonight's last word today. The white house announced that president biden world travel on friday louisiana where he will.

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"republican legislature" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Is obviously the filibuster stands in our way. So we need advocate for that too we need to get of the filibuster maybe support representative clyborn carve out where it filibuster could potentially be carved out for voting rights so a lot of work for us to do to make our voices heard yes. That was a lot. Yeah no it's helpful and it's a reminder and you know what i'm gonna call senators screws and cornyn and and talk to them their offices about this john lewis voting rights act as you can see i feel like it'll be a colin futility. They'll go. I'll go on the record. Now you are in california and you game in texas figure that out. Yeah you're in california. Oh man i miss it there. And californians have some work to do over the next couple of weeks and uh folks outside the state can help them to absolutely and yeah boy. Texas seems to be ground zero for bullshitting now power-grabs from a just soulless republican legislature. But there's some bullshit going on in california right now my beard texas exactly with the republican power grabbing effort to subjugate the will of our voters once again and recall. Governor gavin newsom According to new york times california has way more registered democrats than republicans. That's not just recording the new york times. That's a fact that's in. The latter are indeed driving this recall effort. But republicans are all revved up about the fight making the to recall or not to recall split among likely voters uncomfortably close. The polls are really tightening right now. Depending on who bothers.

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Judge Orders Missouri To Implement Medicaid Expansion

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Judge Orders Missouri To Implement Medicaid Expansion

"Judge in missouri is ordering the stay to expand medicaid immediately. Mpr selena simmons duffin reports more than two hundred fifty thousand residents will now be eligible for health insurance through the program. Missouri voters passed a referendum to expand medicaid last november. But it's been a political saga. Since then the republican legislature refused to fund it and the governor said he wouldn't implement it last month. The supreme court ruled the state must move forward with expansion. That means all adults making less than about eighteen thousand dollars. A year would be eligible for coverage the state. Ask for a delay. But now a federal judge has ruled the state needs to start enrolling people in this group immediately. Medicaid expansion was a key part of the affordable care act and has been a huge political fight for years. Twelve states still have not expanded medicaid leaving millions of people and a health insurance coverage

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Corporations Collude With Democrats to Make a One-Party Political Machine

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Corporations Collude With Democrats to Make a One-Party Political Machine

"Fact, there are too many corporations committed to the various Marx's critical theory, movements and the human resources training and hiring related practices promoting them. To list them. Lil Easing and author and Diversity Equity and Inclusion consultant writing at Harvard Business Review tells US corporate social justice is not a feel good approach that allows everyone to be heard. By nature. It won't result in initiatives that will make everyone happy. The first step that many companies have taken by publicly supporting black lives matter. The public statements and donations as an example of that. The company must decide that it is okay with losing business from certain groups say white supremacists or police department. Since taking money from these groups would run counter to its corporate social justice strategy. And these companies are occurring favor and colluding with the Democrat Party. Using their financial muscle to help create a one party political machine. The recent war on the Georgia Republican Legislature is a perfect example. Then they go on. To talk about, Of course, Big tech. What can be done about these assaults and our liberty families a country. I don't have all the answers. To begin with. I warned years ago, liberty and tyranny that we must become more engaged in our public matters. This will require new generation of activists largest number shrewder more articulate than before. To seek the blunt the status counter revolution. We must seize every opportunity to take back our opposite our institutions by running for office and so forth, I said. Given the urgency of the moment, even this is not enough.

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Caller Agrees Coronavirus Fear by Left Will Last Through Next Election

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Caller Agrees Coronavirus Fear by Left Will Last Through Next Election

"Want to start out by saying it's an absolute pleasure to talk to you. Thank you. I'm learning a lot from you. And you can consider me a diehard students of the school of Love in Aren't you? Nice? You know, like I have to say I went out and purchased a bunch of your books. I've been giving them out to affected family members. If you will spend a little more difficult than I thought. Isn't it? Amazing? Uh, But you know what? I've got three kids. Two of them are in college. One of them graduated last year. Unfortunately, the one that graduated has been lost to the beast. Um, she's actually a teacher now in North Carolina, and, you know, hopefully I can get her back at some point, but And by the way, you notice how this ideology really does divide families tears him apart the nuclear family. It's one of the things Mark said he wanted If that needed to be accomplished. It's incredible when when Trump was elected in 16. My mom didn't talk to me till the following October. And it was almost a year. She was that upset about it, and she couldn't believe I would vote for someone like that. But, you know, listening to your opening on the show you were talking about the mask mandates and how the They're starting to increase in all these variants and everything else, and I honestly think You know, they found a gem in the, uh, coronavirus the last time around. I think they're going to try to keep this thing alive as long as they possibly can to try to affect the next election. So do I. Yeah, So do I. And this is a very important point, particularly last half a sentence. This will be one of the attacks on the state voting systems. We have a new variant that we have this new pandemic. That you Republican legislatures. You shouldn't leave in place. What exists because you're going to be threatening all these people all over again. I think you're exactly right fact.

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"republican legislature" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"It's true. What is it about our mind that is able to hang on to that type of a memory. But you literally can't process what's happening right in front of you right now. Minds an interesting faith. Tony ever signed. The budget today made a few vetoes. The Republicans are crowing like crazy that they were able to get Tony Evers to sign into law a tax cut. Let's analyze this story who got the better of who in all of this? You understand how the state budget process works in Wisconsin, do you or do you not? At the Who, well, who submits the budget first? The governor proposes the budget. Proposes it to the Legislature. They take what he proposed throws it in the garbage, and they start over and past their own budget. That's how it works. But it all starts with the governor's, but not when the governors at the same party As the Legislature like when Walker was in the governor's budget. Much of it will survive. But when you have a democratic governor, the Republican Legislature, the Democratic governor can propose anything. They want to go to the Legislature in there. Okay. Five. Thanks a lot. Thanks for that work. Tony. Now go back under the rock that it came from, and, uh, wait those glasses off one more time, And then they write a new budget. They pass it. The governor has 22 out three options. When he gets the budget. What are that? You can sign it, then it's law. He could be to it. That means you start all over again. And in Wisconsin, you can have an item veto where the governor takes a pen and draws lines to anything he doesn't like. So Evers made about 50 item vetos but did sign the budget and the Republicans believe they got about 98 a half percent of what they were looking for in this budget and the biggest thing that they got Was they got a tax cut. Tony Evers originally proposed a major tax increase in his budget. The Republicans put in a tax cut for the middle class income taxes and property taxes, and Evers ended up signing it and the Republicans are patting themselves on the back that we finally got Evers to do something that we wanted. So odd, you know? As far as that goes, That's true, but I think it requires further analysis and that's what I'll give you when we come back for 50 news talk 11 30 w I say it's time for rapid traffic from the Lynch Kenosha Total traffic Center 43 South Beyond your stop and go in pockets from.

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"republican legislature" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"199. The houses voted to remove Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. Summer committee assignments over Social media posts where she appeared to endorse the far away conspiracy group Cuban on Green defended her actions on the House floor this afternoon was allowed to believe things that weren't true, and I would ask questions questions about them and talk about them. And that is absolutely what I regret. And Congressman Greene said the controversial posts were made before she was like who Congress. Some Republicans have claimed. Today's actions are a power grab by Democrats. President Biden at the State Department this afternoon with a strong message is back. America is back. Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy, Russia, the president said during his call with President Vladimir Putin. He made it clear that the days the United States rolling over in the face of Russia's aggression, actions like interfering in our elections and Russia poisoning its citizens are over. Road company, Johnson and Johnson says it's asked the FDA for emergency use authorization for its one does covert 19 vaccine A Knauer after Wisconsin's Republican Legislature repealed his mandatory statewide mask order. Democratic Governor Tony Evers issued another one. You know that as we work to get shots in the arm as quickly as we have vaccines available. No amount of vaccine in the world could bring back the lives we stand to lose. If we have no statewide mitigation strategy in place to prevent the spread of colder, 19 and Wisconsin, Eva said his priority is to keep people safe. And he said wearing a mask is the most basic way to do that. The lawmakers had argued Evers exceeded his authority by extending the mask mandate. America is listening. The Fox News from the mosque, Nissan Traffic.

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"republican legislature" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Sarah by a tally of 230 to 199. The House has voted to remove Georgia Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments over Social media posts where she appeared to endorse the Far way conspiracy group Q. A nine Green defended her actions on the House floor this afternoon, was allowed to believe things that weren't true, and I would ask questions questions about them and talk about them, and that is absolutely what I regret. And Congressman Greene said the controversial posts were made before she was like who Congress. Some Republicans have claimed. Today's actions are a power grab by Democrats. President Biden at the State Department this afternoon with a strong message is back. America is back. Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy on Russia, the president said During his call with President Vladimir Putin. He made it clear that the days the United States rolling over in the face of Russia's aggression, actions like interfering in our elections and Russia poisoning its citizens are over. Drug company, Johnson and Johnson says it's asked the FDA for emergency use authorization for its one does covert 19 vaccine A Knauer after Wisconsin's Republican Legislature repealed his mandatory statewide mask order. Democratic governor Tony Evers issued another one. You know that as we work to get shots in the arm as quickly as we have vaccines available. No amount of vaccine in the world could bring back the lives we stand to lose. If we have no statewide mitigation strategy in place to prevent the spread of colder, 19 and Wisconsin, Eva said his priority is to keep people safe. And he said wearing a mask is the most basic way to do that. The lawmakers had argued Evers exceeded his authority by extending the mask mandate. America is listening to Fox News..

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"republican legislature" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Fox news alert. She's been booted. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah by a tally of 230 to 199. The houses voted to remove Georgia Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments over social media posts where she appeared to endorse the Far way conspiracy group Q A nine. Green defended her actions on the House floor this afternoon was allowed to believe things that weren't true, and I would ask questions questions about them and talk about them. And that is absolutely what I regret. And Congressman Greene said the controversial posts were made before she was like who Congress. Some Republicans have claimed. Today's actions are a power grab by Democrats. President Biden at the State Department this afternoon with a strong message is back. America is back. Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy, Russia, the president said during his call with President Vladimir Putin. He made it clear that the days the United States rolling over in the face of Russia's aggression, actions like interfering in our elections and Russia poisoning its citizens are over. Drug company, Johnson and Johnson says it's asked the FDA for emergency use authorization for its one does covert 19 vaccine and our after Wisconsin's Republican Legislature repealed his mandatory statewide mask order. Democratic governor Tony Evers issued another one. You know that as we work to get shots in the arm as quickly as we have vaccines available. No amount of vaccine in the world could bring back the lives we stand to lose. If we have no statewide mitigation strategy in place to prevent the spread of covert, 19 and Wisconsin, Eva said his priority is to keep people safe. And he said wearing a mask is the most basic way to do that. The lawmakers had argued Evers exceeded his authority by extending the mask mandate. America is listening. The Fox.

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"republican legislature" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"199. The houses voted to remove Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from our committee assignments over social media posts where she appeared to endorse the Far way conspiracy group. Q. And I'm Green defended her actions on the House floor this afternoon was allowed to believe things that weren't true, and I would ask questions questions about them and talk about them. And that is absolutely what I regret. And Congressman Greene said the controversial posts were made before she was like who Congress. Some Republicans have claimed. Today's actions are power grab by Democrats. President Biden at the State Department this afternoon with a strong message is back. America is back. Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy on Russia, the president said During his call with President Vladimir Putin. He made it clear that the days the United States rolling over in the face of Russia's aggression, actions like interfering in our elections and Russia poisoning its citizens are over. Road company, Johnson and Johnson says it's asked the FDA for emergency use authorization for its one does covert 19 vaccine A Knauer after Wisconsin's Republican Legislature repealed his mandatory statewide mask order. Democratic Governor Tony Evers issued another one. You know that, as we work to get shots in the arm is quickly as we have vaccines available. No amount of vaccine in the world could bring back the lives we stand to lose. If we have no statewide mitigation strategy in place to prevent the spread of colder, 19 and Wisconsin, Eva said his priority is to keep people safe. And he said wearing a mask is the most basic way to do that. The lawmakers had argued Evers exceeded his authority by extending the mask mandate. America.

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"republican legislature" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Politics with Amy Walter. 2020 almost 30 states expanded access to absentee ballots and early voting to make voting easier during the pandemic. Head of the general election state saw record breaking number of requests for mail in ballots. And while Republicans have historically relied on absentee ballots, President Trump's attacks on the integrity of vote by mail meant that more Democrats took advantage of the early vote option than Republicans. As President. Trump continues to claim without merit or proof that election fraud words responsible for Joe Biden's victory. Republican legislators and states, one by Biden, including Georgia and Pennsylvania, are pushing for laws making it harder to vote absentee. The best reporters on the voting law beat this past year was Grace Panetta, a senior political reporter at business Insider. I started by asking her to give us a sense of how widespread the change and voting access and behavior was in 2020. We saw immense change in the way that people voted definitely compared to 2016 and 2020. Some of that was due to states actively changing their laws and the rest of it was due to consumer choice. Simply voters choosing, for example, to take advantage of a no excuse absentee law that in their state that they may not have thought to use before. S so in total, we saw 29 state legislatures, both controlled by Democrats and Republicans and acting a total of 79 bills, expanding voting access in response to the pandemic. That's according to you. Ah Brennan center. Analysis. And on top of that there were a lot of other changes made by governors, secretaries of state local election officials, So we really saw the entire picture change in total. Almost 40 states made some sort of change to their voting procedures in response to the pandemic, and many of the ones who didn't were those who were already all male states in the first place, right And so pandemic related everything from Having so called drop boxes to the number of days where early voting was open, early vote in person. What sorts of other changes were made? The biggest one in the one that caused most controversy was expanding. Voting by mail. Ah lot of states before 2020. I required an excuse to vote absentee and some of those States changed those laws before the pandemic, including Pennsylvania and Virginia. We also saw extended deadlines for when voters could return mail ballots and just more innovations that these all male states have been using for years to streamline the process. So, for example, giving voters time to correct their ballots, So now we're hearing a number of state. Legislatures talking about going in reworking, rolling back many of these laws If we could talk about a couple of those states you no one is Pennsylvania, where we had so much consternation, post election There's a Republican Legislature, but there's also a democratic governor. So do we assume that there's just gonna be a stalemate in Pennsylvania? Or do you think there's actually like some bipartisan work? That can be done Because we also heard Democrats complain about the law? Right? There wasn't enough time to tabulate the early vote. Before Election Day, there were you know both sides complaining that there were some vagueness in the law. So what do you think happens that in a place like Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania Legislature is dominated by Republicans, but they do have a Democratic governor Tom Wolfe. It was almost certainly going to veto any efforts to restrict voting, and that's also the case in Michigan and Wisconsin. No. In Pennsylvania. Some of the main ones are. The Legislature is trying to roll back. No excuse absentee voting, which the Republicans passed in 2019. They've also introduced bills to you limit you can put themselves on the permanent early voting list and another, You know, big issue in that state was signature matching and this is a place where he like you mentioned. We could see legislatures coming to a bipartisan census and just clarifying Border. Cem, in many cases, very, very outdated laws that, for example, don't provide a lot of clarity on signature matching laws. That aren't you know, super clear on where voters can cure their ballots or when they conduce A, which was the case in Pennsylvania. You had some counties that allowed voters to fix issues.

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"republican legislature" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"There's never been an impeachment in the house with the gather without the gathering of evidence on which to base the referral to the Senate of the articles of the impeachment. There have been many, many impeachments in the country's history, and there have been four presidential impeachment proceedings. This will be the fourth if there is one. In each case, evidence was gathered in the house. Whether or not the Senate accept additional evidence is what you're speaking to, and they made the decision to preclude it. That's not hypocrisy that's actually command of the facts and law of impeachment. Well, that's a good point. And I I can understand that, but with the limited amount of time that they have, they're making the simplest possible case that they can Another case would be this phone call that he made where he threatened political of people with with that would be a separate article. I have not seen any of them bring that forward is an article. They're going with incitement for because there's not time to do that, said John. There's not time to be pretty stupid to just ignore it. John, you consent, you're him. Impeachment is a particular constitutional remedy that ought to be limited by the Constitution's design. I am arguing for the Constitution. That's what I'm doing. Okay. All right. Thank you, Friend filling California Go ahead. Fill Yeah. How you I agree with you, President and due process, and I loved your last document, which is that the victims can't be on the jury. But Well, the response that so I'll be fair. If I were Laurence Tribe or one of the people in favor of impeachment. We argued back and forth on the page of the Washington Post yesterday. I would argue that The framers intended that any assault on Article one that they be the judges even though they are the victims and that I am contra posed. I'm mixing up ideas of due process. With which I would agree if there were time for the victims to be non traumatized into proceed methodically after the emotion of the time had drawn away, But there is no such time in this instance. Like incredibly, and I'm sure something arguments that would help much border anyway, But I got a question for me on. Do you believe that the, uh The changes of the laws in states like Pennsylvania by the non legislative bodies, but that represents a constitutional problems. I keep hearing that it is it did, but there is there is a constitutional doctrine called latches. Which means that at the time of the injury, you must bring the challenge for fear of people relying on the new law and not acting on it. The Republican Legislature in Pennsylvania past those changes in 2019 And the Republicans at the national level, slept on them, and they therefore have lost the ability to sue over them. And I've talked to senior members of the Pennsylvania governor about this. And the Republicans in Pennsylvania endorsed those And so, Yeah, I'm troubled by that. But I also know that the Legislature did pass that reform. Thank you Felt thanks to all the collars, just crush are coming up next that talk to 25 of you, and I hope that's what my colleagues do today. I also hope you take relief factor today because tonight you're gonna have to be on your toes. You're gonna have to walk up the stress. Of all the political passion. You're gonna have to walk off the stress that the Browns winning and maybe even the Ravens. Um, Ravens fans are listening. I gosh, I hope we get to play the Ravens after beating the Chiefs. That would be so great. That might even be a Browns home game. I'm not sure if the Ravens Yeah, they get the Browns home game. And and you're gonna have to walk off the stress of the Ohio State victory tonight..

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"republican legislature" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"republican legislature" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Of the United States should overturn that illegal decision, so let's just stop right there. So he's going to talk for another four minutes. But Why go any further, pat? What? What more bloviating. Do you have? You've just said They're right. The constitution was violated. You just said it. So now you're going to go on for another four minutes to tell us why the Constitution doesn't matter. I guess he's going to try so behold. Mr President. Only 10,097 Ballots arrived in Pennsylvania during the three days after the election. Oh, I see. So it was only sort of violated. Just a few, you know, not enough, by the way. What? He never also addresses. Just the fact that at 77. The whole idea of mail in voting is unconscious. ITU Shin will begin with that's never addressed. In fact, I don't even think the president addresses this. I don't This is what really bothers me. And I think the most effective argument made that really Republicans don't wanna talk about the president like nobody wants to talk about it, cause it slaps Republicans and I get it. Why Republicans are very uncomfortable to make this argument because it makes the Republicans look bad. But I don't care. The Republicans do look bad. The Republican Party eft. The voters of the Commonwealth and Donald Trump. They just did. The Republican Legislature in Harrisburg left this president. They just did. And you and me. They're the ones that did this act 77. Is the law of the Commonwealth because they illegally past it. And it's unconstitutional and it should not be the law and it's and I, it bears repeating over and over and over and over and over and over and I'm the only show on the only person I'm literally the only source anywhere anywhere in the country. No one no politician, no media outlet. I guarantee there is no one. It saddens me. I'm glad that you're here. I wish there were millions more like you here. Not for vanity, not for ratings or money or anything else Only because it saddens me that so few people hear these words that I'm telling you right now. The very law that was passed that allowed for mail in voting in the Commonwealth, passed by a Republican legislature in 2019 was unconstitutional. Should never have been a law. It should never have been allowed. And no one's talking about that. Not the president. Not our senator. Not really. Even the senators who actually rose to object on the Senate floor. You're talking about the Supreme Court and extending deadlines and Talking about signatures, and they're talking about Frau Boockvar. They're talking about here, Bull from there talking about, like, Stop it. If we're going to be honest, we have to start at the beginning. The beginning of the story is the law is illegal. And those 10,097 ballots have been excluded from the vote count.

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