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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

07:31 min | Last week

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"So he will need to keep most Republicans united for a floor vote, giving each individual lawmaker significant leverage. McCarthy said ask Paul Ryan ask everybody who ran for speaker before, nobody has had it when asked what it meant to be was unable to get 218 votes from his conference in the initial vote. In a closed door meeting McCarthy emphasized Republicans would have the majority and would hold the committee gavels no matter the size of the conference, according to a couple of people in the meeting McCarthy received a standing ovation according to two people. So again, he is very likely to end up as Speaker of the House. The question then is going to be what he does with it. Because the reality is that McCarthy leading the House minority, he's done a good job of keeping them united against Joe Biden's Jenna being in the majority is a bit of a more difficult proposition. Also, the question for Kevin McCarthy is how do you expand that majority? And that's going to mean, again, now that he has the speakership, actually carving out a position for himself. As a Republican leader with an independent vision of his own, not merely parroting what any of the other so called leaders of the Republican Party say. According to The New York Times, McCarthy's scrounged on Monday for the support he would need to become speaker if Republicans gained control of the House, facing resistance from a newly emboldened right Flank as a party grapples with its historically weak performance in the midterm elections. Republicans began the week limping toward the finish of an election cycle McCarthy had confidently predicted it would be a GOP bonanza. There were bitterly divided over who should lead while he was shaping up to be a tiny and unruly majority. Chip Roy Republican of Texas member of the freedom caucus said no one in this town has 218 votes for Speaker of the House. We're going to have a debate and make sure we set up the structure properly to then figure out how someone will get to 218 votes. What this is going to look like is a lot of freedom caucus members basically lobbying for leadership positions on important House committees in order to that McCarthy is able to lock down this level of support. Representative Andy Biggs, Republican of Arizona, who was a former freedom caucus chairman, he is going to try to challenge McCarthy, he doesn't have the support to defeat McCarthy. Again, there have been some talks about Jim Jordan, Steve scalise says that he doesn't want to run for it. So there are not a lot of rivals from McCarthy who have a legitimate amount of support inside the Republican caucus. A lot of this is going to be sort of negotiating for better position for some of the fringe players in the Republican Party, which in fact could hamper McCarthy going forward to speaker, because the fact is that if you are Kevin McCarthy, and you take one lesson away from this election, it is run back to sanity. Do not put the people who are the most controversial in the most important committee slot because if you do, they will absolutely crush your chances of expanding your majority in 2024 and increase your chances actually of losing a majority in 2024. So I don't envy McCarthy has sort of political position. But now is the time for him to actually demonstrate a spine. Because again, when you're in the minority and you're negotiating against Joe Biden, it's a lot easier. Once you actually have to lead, it's a different thing. Meanwhile, a lot of talk about who's going to lead the RNC. So apparently ronna mcdaniel wants to continue to lead the RNC in the aftermath of what was a tremendously underwhelming performance by the Republican Party in the last midterm elections. That is a mistake. Ronna mcdaniel has not done, I think, a good job as the Republican National Committee chairwoman. The Republicans do well in 2016. They've done poorly in every election since then. There's no reason to renew her contract. One of the people who's up for it is representative of Lee zeldin. He's reportedly considering a bid for chair of the RNC following his candidacy in New York's gubernatorial race. That would be good because Zelda actually has been able to negotiate. Again, those choppy waters of the Trump era, and it was Zelda wildly over former performing in New York that one Republicans, the House majority of zeldin had not run in New York. I think that Republicans are probably in the minority right now. And the House of Representatives. Remember, the Republicans picked up three to four seats in New York, specifically because there were moderate Republicans running in New York who ran directly away from trumpism and Zelda gave them the cover to do that. Zelda and running strong at the top of the ticket drags a lot of those Republicans to victory. It remains unclear if Ronald mcdaniel or Tommy hicks is going to run for reelection, but zelton's consideration follows a relatively lackluster midterm election performance for Republicans, despite the fact that GOP had 6 million more votes than Democrats did in the house races. While the signs point to the job you take in the House Democrats maintain a slim majority in the Senate, some Republicans are demanding change, moving forward. And Zelda and I think would be a good candidate for this. He's sort of a consensus pick. He's somebody who over performed in a very blue state. He's not considered extreme, he's sort of a moderate Republican being from blue states. But he does have good conservative principles and he's able to negotiate again. A lot of the difficult pathways inside a very fractured Republican Party. Meanwhile, there's been some talk in the Senate about what happens with Mitch McConnell. So there's been a bit of a revolt inside the Republican caucus over having a very quick sort of vote for Mitch McConnell for minority leader. Reality, again, very unlikely that McConnell is ousted as minority leader. The truth is that on an obstructive level, he has done a pretty good job obstructing Joe Biden's agenda and before that Barack Obama's agenda. McConnell is majority leader. I think was far less successful than McConnell, as minority leader in the Senate. With that said, there are a bunch of Republicans range a bunch of people I respect and like people like Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, are calling for delay in the actual senatorial election process for McConnell as minority leader. One of the big complaints that I'm hearing from the inside from a bunch of different Republicans in the Senate is the McConnell has a bad habit of preventing any amendments to bills that he brings up. Basically, he brings up the bill and forces people to vote up or down on it. And a lot of the Republicans in the Senate don't particularly like that. I'm a strategic level. McConnell does that because again, the Senate is bunch of people who want to run for president. And so all of them are constantly adding amendments and holding up bills not but that said, when you're the leader of the Republican clock as you do sort of have a duty as McConnell has sort of avoided of allowing members of your caucus to actually add amendments to bills and change the bills and propose legislation themselves, McConnell has run that place like a dictatorship. Again, in the minority that matters a lot less than it would in the majority minority basically are just there to unify and vote no on things. When you're in the majority, it changes rather radically. However, should the vote be put off on McConnell? I don't see why. It should happen right away. It seems to me that McConnell waiting for a couple of weeks until we actually know what happened in Georgia isn't the worst idea in the entire world. Now, all of this, all of this sort of hubbub that's been occurring. Obscures the bigger question of what exactly is going to happen in the house once Republicans do take over. There's been a lot of talk from the Republican baseball investigate investigate investigate. So here is the thing, guys. Investigate the things that need investigating, sure. Hunter Biden's business contact. And whether those actually tied a joke, not just to go after Hunter Biden because that doesn't matter. The question is whether Joe Biden was benefiting from hunter's business contacts and from the giant grab bags of cash that hunter was picking up in China and Ukraine. And that is worthy of an investigation. But all the people who are calling for, for example, Joe Biden to be impeached. Good luck with that. First of all, you're not going to have even the votes inside the Republican caucus to do that. Second of all, even if you do, you then run headlong into a Democrat Senate. What exactly would be the purpose of something like that? The truth is that Republicans job in the House of Representatives is going to be to propose regular order when it comes to budgets. It's going to be to stymie Joe Biden's worst legislation to prevent him from getting a lot of his agenda across the finish line. One of the newly elected GOP representatives in New York's name is George Santos. He says, listen, I want to focus less on the investigations and more on actually just obstructing Joe Biden's legislative agenda. Hunter Biden, Mar-a-Lago ray DoJ school board memo, the border crisis. Where do you stand on pushing for these investigations, noting that you just said inflation was priority for your voters? You know, my constituents didn't sent me here to waste time. They sent me here to work. Although our party, if parts of our party want to go into these investigations, that's their prerogative. I'm here to deliver results. I'm here to deliver prosperity.

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"And ladies and gentlemen, if that happens, I don't think the Republicans will ever win another congressional majority. Look, we got to take a break here. And we're going to open up the phone lines and I have to apologize. My voice is just a smidge raspy today. So we're going to get through it. I'm nursing the tease and the coffees in the what dot. We're going to be taking your calls. Is it time to replace all GOP leadership? And if so, who would you like to see? As Speaker of the House, 8 four four 747 88 68, we're going to the phones that's 8 four four 747 88 68. This is the constant show. You guys have helped build bipolar into an incredible company it is today. Now Mike lindell, the inventor and CEO of MyPillow wants to give back to my listeners. Right now, my pillow is offering exclusive offers on their bedsheets. Their 6 piece towel set, and even offering an extended 60 day money back guarantee. Orders placed now through December 25th will now have an extended money back guarantee through March 1st. The bed sheets are marked down as low as 29 98 and believe me when I say you will get a great night's sleep in these. Their 6 piece towel set made with USA cotton comes with two bath towels, two hand towels and two washcloths typically retailed at 89 98 now just 39 98 with my promo code. There is a limited supply so be sure to order now call one 808 three 9 85 O 6 and use the promo code stars, or go to MyPillow dot com slash starts. That's my pillow dot com slash darns and use the promo code starnes. Hey Todd, you need to change Ronald mcdaniel's name to identify who she really is..

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"2023 budget today. Sir last chance of presenting said he's spending plan before facing voters next February some folks have a couple of issues with this, not enough money for new hiring of police officers and also as part of the budget. There's a initiative to give the next mayor and automatic annual raise tied to inflation, though the mayor can opt out under that proposal. Well, president Joe Biden and Donald Trump hoping to provide their party some late boosts today last full day of campaigning ahead of tomorrow's midterms, the president is in Maryland, where they're trying to retake the governor's office, former president Trump set to take the stage at an event in Ohio. He is backing Senate race there. Closer to home, it's an idea that's been tossed around for years combining the treasurer's office and the comptroller's office. At least one of the candidates, Republican candidate for treasure, state rep Tom demmer, tells the Steve cockrum show this morning he likes that idea. There is not more closely governors race being watching the country than in one in Arizona. Maybe he sees Alex stone reports that as Democrat Katie Hobbs sets out with volunteers to knock on doors, the polls show that she is slightly behind, but very close to her Republican opponent, Carrie Lake. And eyes are also on Texas, both parties pulling out the big guns in terms of money and star power, three hotly contested congressional races along the Texas Mexico border. As the rest of Texas had shifted toward Republican dominance this part of the state has remained solidly blue. At least until now, GOP chair Ronald mcdaniel sees a chance to take the last three Democrat held congressional seats in South Texas. To see this type of momentum

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

03:09 min | Last month

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"All right, so the strategy comes after two years. People, everybody was frustrated and what happened at 2020? Well, the Republicans are on their game. Michael Barr is he's an executive director of the election transparency initiative. He told this to Fox News and I quote after the shortcomings of the last election and a proactive and preemptive legal strategy, a proactive and preemptive legal strategy is critical to the election integrity voters deserve in 2022, 2024 and 20 and beyond, right? You want to go to the poll and you want to make sure your vote counts. The RNC is finally working on that, all right? So guys, don't use that as an excuse, oh, my vote won't come. Yes, your vote will count. Some of these races are going to be extremely tight, get your butt up and vote. No excuses and take somebody with you. All right? He went on to add this guy, Michael Barr's that significant strides, quote unquote, have been made over the last two years to, quote, restore voters faith and fair and secure elections close quote. All right, so they have been making strides, right? It's not as great as it could be, but we're much better off than we were in 2020 and we've gone on the offensive. There's been multi-million dollar investment into building an election integrity operations infrastructure that draws on its legal political data and communication resources this according to our RNC spokesperson. For example, in Vermont and Vermont and New York, the RNC sued to strike down voting laws that would have allowed illegal aliens to vote in June it's successfully argued and New York New York Supreme Court to strike down the law that would have allowed at least 900,000 illegal aliens on the voter rolls or non citizens and Pennsylvania. On October 16th, the RNC sued after Pennsylvania's decision to Dodge state law and Supreme Court ruling by saying it will count undated absentee ballots on dated absentee ballots. In other words, people were just feeling crap out. In Arizona and Nevada, the RNC won two legal challenges in an effort to ensure that poll workers equally represent both political parties, which forced Nevada and Arizona to produce poll worker data, which they were trying to avoid doing and also Arizona was forced to hire more Republican poll workers, all right? In Michigan, just last week, the RNC won a legal challenge against Jocelyn Benson. She's Michigan's Democrat Secretary of State and she imposed illegal restrictions on poll challengers. These are people that are appointed to actually challenge the eligibility of voters. All right? And she imposed illegal restrictions on them. So we won that battle. Here's what Ronald McDonald Ronald mcdaniel had to say and I quote Jocelyn about Michigan Jocelyn's Vincent, not only disregarded Michigan election law and issuing this guidance, she also violated the rights of political parties and poll challengers to fully ensure transparency and promote confidence that Michigan elections are run fairly and lawfully and we're going to contest close racist. We moved in position to make sure the RNC has to make sure that we challenge any close race..

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

04:04 min | 3 months ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"Let's go to Al in Georgia. Hey, how what's on your mind? Oh man, too much for your radio show. You just talked about the party hierarchy. And that's my complaint, how Ronald mcdaniel still has a job. She has lost at least three elections in the last two years, and we're sitting here today without a consistent message. I live in Georgia and I'm embarrassed at what happened to us in 2020. And I just blame her, Mitch McConnell, and all these other so called Republicans who just don't want fight. And don't want to change things. Now yes, I'm a Trump supporter, so I'm one of those deplorable, but right now, partial walker is out of money. He has a real opportunity to take back one of those two seats we lost in Georgia. But he's out of money. How does that happen? I'm done. Al it's a great point you raise and that is something that we're just going to have to address. But they don't want to address those things. They really don't appreciate it. Let's see if we can't squeeze in one more call here. Jeffrey on the line. Hey, Jeffrey, what are the Republicans need to be doing? They need to have the clear message on morals, not many people in the United States of America believe in drag queens for their children, or any of these men in dresses and all this on godless stuff going on. They need a clear message on morals and the fact of the matter is that most Democrats don't even believe in it. They just reached out and grabbed whoever they could to Michael point group and they're just riding on the back of them and then they dug a hole to beat. They can't get out. So I just like morals or we're seeing full footage spiritual work they're out there now. And if we don't get in there and the moles is not clear, then people they'll go for anything. Yeah, Jeffrey, that's a fair point. And again, on this radio program, what you do as a grown adult, if you want to go to a drag bar, if you want to go to a straight bar or a gay bar or whatever. You know what that's your right as an American citizen. You don't need my permission. You don't need my blessing. That's something that is afforded you under the United States Constitution. What I got a problem with is when you start exposing children to that. And I don't care if it's gay or straight, it's not right. Yes, sir. I agree. All right, Jeffrey appreciate that. I'm glad Jeffrey does. You have a lot of there are a lot of people out there that are on the religious side and they're like how can you say that? Well, you know what? I can say that because first of all, it's my radio program, but number two, this is how our this is how our country works, folks. I don't necessarily agree with everything you do. You probably don't agree with everything I do. But I'm going to defend your right under the constitution to do that. But when you start grooming children, when you start having all of these drag queen story time hours, when you start bringing the and there's a raging debate now about pedophilia and they're trying to normalize pedophilia. Even the LGBT movement is having an argument over whether or not to remove the tea from the LGBT equation. Because they see where all of this, I mean, you're getting chaos in the culture. And we warn people that this was going to happen. And that's what they wanted to have happen. But it's all it's unraveling, and it's happening at a very, very fast clip. And unless we stand up and say, hey, hold on a second. Wait, can we all just agree that you really don't need to be letting middle schoolers know how to use grindr? Can we all agree that is just really inappropriate?.

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

04:11 min | 5 months ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Something with speaker? Oh, no, no, no, but I screen questions out at oh no, listen. At every event, but did you get arrested for yours? No, but I got beaten up quite a few times. Okay, I got arrested. Oh, okay. So yeah, earlier in the speech, he started talking about violence in America, and that it's all coming from the southern border. And I was getting angry when he was doing it because my daughter was killed by a teenage American male, not anybody coming over the southern border. Later in the speech, he started talking about the Second Amendment. Now here's the thing, what you need to know is while I was in the Nancy Pelosi Pelosi section for some reason two rows behind me was Kim Guilfoyle. You know, Donald Trump's junior's fiance. I know. Ronald mcdaniel, who runs the RNC and the at the time campaign manager for Trump, Brad, what was his last name again? Pascal? Yes, yes. They were sitting two rows behind me. And throughout the speech, they're kind of hooting hollering, being a little rowdy. And sitting to my right was the amazing Jose address, the chef. Whose humanitarian and a hero and everything else. And I tell you all of this, because as the speech went on later, he started talking about the Second Amendment. And he starts screaming. And I will defend your Second Amendment rights, which are under attack all over the country. And all of a sudden, the entire Republican side of the aisle jumped up and starts hooting and hollering and going crazy. And of course, the three behind me that I just mentioned, you know, so when that all calmed down, I just, I lost it. I've really worked hard not to let my emotions drive me, but I lost it. And I screamed out. What about victims of gun violence like my daughter? 9 words. And I sat down and I was like, my heart was pounding and all of a sudden has any address taps me on the shoulder..

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:11 min | 9 months ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Yeah you heard that Dana I was just there for me Do you want my dad would think serving with people Did you see the state of the year They were like a monster truck rally or a WWE They would have put trash that they were going to interrupt the State of the Union I would have put all of my life savings that they were going to shout out during his speech That none of that surprised me Yes Yes I'm surprised when he started talking about curing cancer Lauren boebert didn't start doing armpit farts Oh my God Okay Dana You know sometimes I'm stunned into silence by my own show I don't I don't know I don't want to say about that They're really two of the dumbest women I've ever known Oh wait not usually like that but they're two of the dumbest women I've ever heard Exactly Ever Not just in Congress just ever Yeah Also well if while we're on that subject would you like to guess the quote this is about Donald Trump Thank you for what you're doing Thank you for being out there I just have two fun things that I wanted to say to you One you're such a wonderful person you've been so great to women Oh my Who's this That would be Ronald mcdaniel talking to Donald Trump about how great he's been to women Oh my God She's Dana you go ahead You fill in that blank No no Her voice is she sounds she sounds like no I need to be careful who I insult She sounds much younger than she is in this town Yes Can I make a point She's excluding all the women that have accused him of sexual assault I assume And also she's also a woman that gave up her family name Right Romney Right Rona Romney mcdaniel to appease him and make him happy So tell me more about how he's great He's such a he's a wonderful person Everything you've done for women And the second thing is everything you've done for their women friends All the women here in Iliad think you're horrific I have to mute excuse me I just try to be a woman to help Kansas City fish tweets Thank you Stephanie Miller for stopping fish abuse Your PSAs complete with jingle that is packed with important information about where fish should not be placed as appreciated Well I try to do my part 'cause you're not in your head to tell the patient 'cause they should be right Okay All right okay then Dana yes Hey while we're talking about wildlife axios says an invasive species of spider the size of a child's hand is expected to colonize the entire east coast this spring by parachuting down from the sky according to researchers Yes everyone this is my last segment on this Stephanie Miller Just because of that story I am signing off forever and you know where I won't be touring this summer The east coast Well as Jesus Christ I said that I texted it immediately to frangela who texted back It is time California secedes it becomes its own country We will build a wall I will stand on it 24 hours a day to keep us all safe The east coast is dead to me and I suspect everyone there is a double spider agent I feel like every time I save a spider from my apartment someone should just deposit a $1000 into my checking account because I need it for therapy and there would be more living spiders But it traumatizes me every time I try and do it I don't know what it is Well I hate to inflict more on you but here is Donald Trump Also talking about revising recent history Remember how tough he was on Russia Remember that Yeah There was never anybody tougher in Russia than I was And I would say that Putin would if he was being honest he would say that The sanctions I put on I was the one that ended Nord stream No There was never anybody even closer in Nordstrom to them Nordstrom two was the biggest thing Nobody ever even heard Okay I agree with you listeners I hate me for playing that clip I'm gonna blame Travis entirely Oh my God Your father.

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:47 min | 10 months ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Just keep getting blocked by the Republicans Keep calling these Republicans out regarding January 6th especially Ronald mcdaniel and then close out with the question to Republicans What in the world do you have to offer to the people the people of the United States have put them on the spot What do you think I agree with you I think frankly you're right that's our best chance in the midterms to remind people that the Republican Party is calling legitimate political discourse people scaling the capital invading the capital flying confederate flags in members offices and charging on trying to charge onto the house floor And that if they win you're going to have a group of people like Marjorie Taylor Greene having huge power in this country It's a scary thought And so we need to make that case but the negative case is never sufficient You also have to say here's what we've delivered A lot of people elected us They wanted change And they won a $15 wage They wanted increased healthcare They wanted to see that they have some of the student debt Now we've done things with the bipartisan infrastructure Bill with the American rescue plan But we haven't delivered enough And that's what Bernie Sanders has pointed out some people in front of that We've got to deliver for working class Americans Dave and Flint Michigan you're on the air with representative Khanna Just a couple of question I have Does anybody talk about inflation And it's year over year You're comparing a point in time a year ago where price of oil was very depressed due to the pandemic and then further compounded by the fact that the Russians and the Saudis were dumping oil on top of that Prices were artificially depressed by that Another factor might have been our great trade war with China where they quit buying products may be hard and that's the reason the prices were depressing I was wondering if there's been any analysis of the fact comparison of a longer time frame than the year over year analysis and steps that we might take to mitigate that And I'm not sure if there has been an analysis on longer than the year over year in terms of the job loss What would you recommend that we do David Davis no longer on the line I'm sorry I can look into that It's not an issue and I try to prepare it That's not an issue I'm directly familiar with it So I'm happy to look into it Stephen and Oakland California you're on the air with representative Khanna Yeah hi guys Thank you Congressman Connor recently the association of health insurance plans I put together a letter supporting Medicare advantage Not only saying that it was covering low income people which is true but also singing the praises of it 380 some Congress people not you thank you Signed that letter is include people like Barbara Lee Eric swalwell Mark dasani I'm wondering if you're aware of the letter what kind of pressure might have been put on people to sign that letter It's very disturbing in this age of insurance companies at all ramping up their tax on single payer as we actually move forward hopefully in that direction Well we've discussed this a lot on this program about the problems of Medicare advantage and how they've overcharged our government for the services for patients how a lot of times when you have a catastrophic illness it's no longer covering what you expect I did a big back and forth with someone who is running a Medicare advantage plan because he was opposed to the single payer that I'm supporting in California And he was claiming that yes it's higher in administrative costs but they do bundled payments and somehow that's cheaper than Medicare And I'm having answered my team look into that today It strikes me as total nonsense because Medicare you save administrative costs You actually have negotiation costs by lowering the prices But we have to push back against the talking points for Medicare advantage They help kill the single payer effort and my home state in California We're just 30 seconds out So I'll do a shameless plug here My book the hidden history of healthcare in America has two chapters in it the detail exactly how the Medicare advantage scam works and how these companies have been ripping off the government for years and years And how.

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"In what I admit is a move that surprised me the Republican National Committee voted to censure censure. Both Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger. These are the two Republicans or nominal Republicans who are on the Pelosi January 6th committee. And interestingly, Ronald mcdaniel was normally very cautious. This is the RNC chairwoman was behind this. And they said, hey, look, these are people who have become party to a political prosecution. Notice how these ideas of political prosecution that well once you know was one time it seemed like Julie Kelly and I and at three other people were talking about this, but now this is now become the mainstream of the Republican Party. And it's recognized the horrific role that kinzinger and Cheney are playing as Stooges of Pelosi. Now, Janie, of course, fires back. I do not recognize those in my party of abandoned the constitution to embrace Donald Trump. Well, this isn't really about Donald Trump. In fact, Donald Trump hasn't said a whole lot about January 6th. This is about fellow Republicans who are being put in solitary confinement. In a sense, tortured, and some of them are nonviolent, and some of them have not even had a trial. They haven't been found guilty of anything, and even so Cheney and kinzinger have been the cover artists for this political hit. And hit by the Democrats. Now, kinzinger is an opportunist and he's basically making his way out of politics, but Liz Cheney is running again. And in fact, she's raised a bunch of money. Why? Because people like the bushes and people like Romney have been doing fundraisers for her. She's been able to sort of tap the old neoconservative establishment to generate money. I don't think there's any real prospect that she's going to win reelection, but nevertheless she's got a war chest and she seems to think that this kind of independence, if you will, is going to enable her to survive politically. But I want to think a little bit about Liz Cheney because even though, you know, Trump issued a statement and said, in effect that he goes, congratulations to the RNC and it's chairwoman rona mcdaniel on the great ruling and censoring Liz Cheney and crying Adam kinzinger to horrible rhinos. And that's the word I wanted is a zoom in on because Liz Cheney and her voting record has not been a rhino. It's not right to say that Liz Cheney is some kind of a leftist in disguise. No, you have someone with a pretty conservative voting record. And so what's up with Liz Cheney? Well, I think that there are really three things that are up with Liz Cheney number one, family loyalty. Liz Cheney sees this animus against Trump is because of Trump's not just personal attack on Dick Cheney, but also his ideological attack on what Dick Cheney's whole career represented, which is essentially a kind of hawkish foreign policy focused on military intervention, the war in Iraq, and so Trump derided all that. So I think Liz Cheney sees it as a measure of family loyalty to push back. Number two, Liz Cheney is, and she's not alone in this. Of course, in the Republican Party, very straight laced, and so her straight laciness, I think, turns against Trump. She doesn't understand how other people who are also straight laced. Managed to vote for Trump and go listen, you know, Trump is the right man for the right time. Trump is the guy who knows how to fight, Trump is providing a kind of leadership, the Republican Party does not typically provide. And so personal foibles in peccadillos aside, we're going to support the best general in this sort of current domestic Cold War, but Liz Cheney doesn't get that. She's like, why would anybody want to support that guy? So here you have a person who is who has this family loyalty who is straight laced and who then this is the third element that I think is needed to complete the picture has a certain kind of obstinacy and self righteousness. I say that because she's the kind of person where a few question her. I mean, look, this you have the vast majority of the Republican Party that's gone the other way. And you think a normal person would go, well, you know what? Yeah, I have these views, but when all my fellow Republicans think differently, maybe there's something wrong with the way I'm seeing it, but that's not Liz Cheney. Her view is, I'm right. Well, if the majority of Republicans don't see it my way, that's because they are craven sycophants who have decided to worship at the altar of Donald Trump whereas I alone Liz Cheney are going to stand against the tide. So this is the self righteousness I'm talking about, but it's actually a character defect. Why it's a character defect because it doesn't recognize that there is a range of ways that one can look at a situation in the world. And by the way, we have to extend that same sort of sympathy of understanding which I've tried to do in this very segment toward Liz Cheney, but it's a sympathy that I don't detect that Liz Cheney has for the.

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The build back better plan Also on the show FedEx finds a secret to hiring in this tight labor market Plus a personal playbook for combating inflation But first whether or not Donald Trump will run for president in 2024 has been a subject of great debate since he left office Bloomberg opinion colonists ramesh punu not only believes Trump is going to run but he believes Trump has a very good chance of taking back The White House Ramesh that is a statement many will find both curious and worrisome inside and out of the Republican Party So first can you briefly outline that path he could take back to The White House I do think it's a plausible path He is the most popular leader within the Republican Party He doesn't really have competition on that front And I think you'd have to say that the loyalty and breadth of his base gives him a leg up Then the question would become if he has a nomination Kenny win the general election And I think that's entirely a function of the national political climate He nearly won in 2020 and certainly he could win again in 2024 Can you put this into historical perspective How unusual would it be for sitting president to lose reelection to lose a second term and then try to get reelected again four years later The fact is only Grover Cleveland has done it and that was more than a 120 years ago So this would be a very unusual thing for anybody to be able to do but Trump has succeeded in doing unusual and unprecedented things before The polls are already pitting Trump and President Biden against each other And those results are interesting Some of them are showing Trump behind but within the margin of error and some of them are showing him tied or a little bit ahead Now I think a lot of Republicans would say that Trump is a riskier candidate for 2024 because he's so personally unpopular and always has been but I don't think you can say that he's sure loser Within the Republican Party you say Trump's support depends as much on the depth of that sport as well as the breadth Please explain that So one of the things that Trump is unusual in is that he is totally willing to destroy the Republican Party if he doesn't get his way And that's not something that's true of most politicians obviously they are committed to themselves and their own interests but not in this totally exclusive way Trump is willing to just store the Republican Party He said so reportedly to Ronald mcdaniel on the last day of his presidency when he threatened to start another party And she said that'll destroy the Republican Party and mean the Democrats win forever And he reportedly said I don't care Now his camp is disputed that but I certainly think it has the ring of truth So indeed he seems to be courting and also repelling Republicans at the same time appealing to them yet also criticizing voters We welcome voters for not doing enough Can this actually work in his favor It doesn't work in terms of strengthening a party or achieving an agenda And I think you'd have to say that a lot of what Trump accomplished in office has proved transient because of that partly because he's very same tactics cost Republicans control of the Senate and probably made their loss of the house worse than it otherwise would have been So it's not a way to build a governing majority in the country but it is certainly a way to keep Donald Trump in the news Depend an important figure And those are I think the things that have proven time and time again to be the most important priorities for Donald Trump Say Trump does get that Republican nomination in your opinion Do you think that would lead to the destruction of the Republican Party It is a risky choice It could cause the Democrats to win in 2024 unless they're in a very weakened state But if he were to win I would expect there to be pretty deep losses for the Republicans in a second Trump term That's just generally the tendency And I think in particular the tendency when you've got a figure as unpopular as Donald Trump as unserious in a way he's not capable of setting a long-term objective and then pursuing a strategy to meet that objective over time None of this I think augers well for what a second Trump term would look like There seems to be some reckoning over the great lie that led to the capital insurrection at least by the people who were there Do you think there is reckoning among voters that could affect how they would vote in the next election So the reason why you don't typically have failed presidents presidents who didn't win reelection run again is that everybody in their own party writes them off as losers And a big part of what Trump did by spreading these lies about the last election has been preventing that stench of failure that ought by rights to have accumulated around him from actually attaching to him And that's what is making it possible for him to be a contender this next time around People act as though this is purely about his ego and I'm sure that his ego has a lot to do with it but it also serves a very concrete political purpose So in closing it would be a mistake to ever think that Trump is not electable I think that people have made the mistake of underestimating his political potential too many times to repeat that mistake again That's ramesh punu colonists for Bloomberg opinion Thank you Coming up on bloomer one of the keys to a democratic victory in 2024 is winning over rural voters Can the party reach them A.

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The Coordinated Effort to Ensure Donald Trump Doesn't Run in 2024

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

The Coordinated Effort to Ensure Donald Trump Doesn't Run in 2024

"Forget about this. The FBI that can October announced that according to their investigation, there was no coordinated effort during the January 6th riots at the capitol building. So I'm still not quite sure why we have to have this congressional committee investigating all of this after all. But I want to explain why. It is, this is a, this is a coordinated effort to make sure that Donald Trump never runs for office again. That's what this is all about. Folks, you've got to put the puzzle pieces together. This is why you've got Chris Christie out there now, leading the charge. Behind the scenes you have Ronald mcdaniel over at the RNC headquarters, no friend of the president. I know what she's saying in public, but we know behind the scenes there are efforts of foot by establishment Republicans to make sure Trump doesn't run.

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Decorations on fire They're fake Christmas tree those held up by metal scaffolding And what if you're on a botan you'll say it's something emblematic It's democratic Democrats fault obviously Biden's gonna pay for this Literally is what she said That's right Ronald mcdaniel suggested that the Christmas tree fired Fox News was about Joe Biden's fault Because of course it was 'cause what So with polling tells us we're going to take back the House and Senate Not so fast Skippy And these are the issues we're seeing every day our streets around our homes and our communities on the news Look at your Christmas tree that was just burned down This is a huge problem for Democrats Really 'cause I'm almost covered down the fuck A homeless guy with previous convictions You know who else was homeless Jesus I don't know I'm just saying he was a homeless guy If you celebrate Christmas okay And he didn't have a good experience with wood either No Well Travis the decoration wasn't even wood Do we need to go any darker than what's going on You know what I will admit I think that was a rude pundit that tweeted that originally I told you Did you steal that Okay We have a big show that I need to pull myself together get it together get it together get it together Carl frisch is coming up doctor red Leonard Allison gill of Mueller she wrote we have a very exciting announcement We got all those AG AG Yes and I read her tweets obviously nearly every day And then of course everything will be better because Dana Goldberg would be here I bet you she'll get rid of my rats Oh I just got an email suggesting for you What Maybe you can harder learn more to kids to hunt them They're already dead They're many more Yes but no it's true Tonight tomorrow might be an interesting show if the remaining rats are angry and murderous Again come down here with bite marks all over you Oh my God You know what we missed this week Real quick I know we're late We missed this week and all the excitement Tuesday was two years Know who you know drinking Can you believe I didn't start drinking this You did on Tuesday I did Yeah Can you believe I haven't started drinking this week Two years The last two days is not like two years The last two days I felt like two years Wait howdy Live in my rap trap Okay Oh boy Calm down Do you have your CB Where's the CBD gummies Did Shaun take Okay I fixed the cocktail but that kid's at home 21 minutes after the hour this portion of the show Why don't you go buy cozy earth pajamas You know I've looked fantastic through this whole red populace Yeah I must say Maybe that's why the restaurant in the banister they really wanted to see me in the morning coming out and my cozy or pajamas That's like bamboo fiber You feel like I'm having a nervous breakdown right in front of you In your voice And the listeners can hear us too It's nice that I've solved pajamas and sheaths So I can write and the dog is protecting me in my bedroom So no Listen don't you don't know what runs over you in the middle of the night I'm such a light sleeper Trust me Okay Can I just say Oprah has some splaining to do about Doctor Oz and Dr. Phil but she was right about coherence and sheets They made her favorite things.

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"All right, look, this, this war between Nancy mace and MTG. So here's where I stand on all of this. It seems to me that the people that are the people that matter the most are the people who put these women in office. So specifically for MTG Marjorie Taylor Greene, the people that matter, and the only people that matter are the people of the 14th congressional district. Now there may be people up at RNC headquarters that hate her guts. And you know what? That's their right. They can hate her guts. But what are they telling the good people of the 14th congressional district? If they get rid of MTG or they sideline her. I mean, what message is that sending to Republicans anywhere? That if fine, you're not one of the so called elites of the RNC. They're going to look down on you and they're just going to sideline you. It's that kind of mentality that loses elections for the Republicans. You know, they claim they want to be about this big broad tent. Well, you know what? I guarantee it. Marjorie Taylor Greene does not agree with everything Ronald mcdaniel is doing. And vice versa. And it seems to me we should have a Republican Party that is strong enough to withstand differing opinions on things. It just seems to me. But maybe that's not the case. Let's go to the phones here, 8 four four 747 88 68 gamesville Georgia, Jerry Lynn, on WD win. What's going on? Todd, I'm sorry, I keep calling in, but I just listen to you every day and love you. But I am feeling right now, Scott Flynn has come out top my head. That Nancy Mike, she's the problem Todd with the Republican Party. As far as I'm concerned, Marjorie Tyler brings separate the Republican Party. No, it's people like Mitt Romney sneeze, we're gonna make Daniel. They keep saying, oh, you can eat that face, God. It's not all the profits that she's making and for those Republican Party. And I say we start with putting Kevin McCarthy out and replace him with Marjorie Taylor Greene. That's my girl. And mice, you got to go. Is she ain't nothing but a rhino, honey? So Jerry Lynn, and again, I do not disagree with you. I mean, congresswoman Macy's would have been all over the place. She goes on Fox and we didn't have time to talk about this, but there are some headlines earlier today. She goes on Fox to promote the vaccines and she's against the vaccine and then she's for the vaccine on CNN and that confuses a lot of people. They want to know, okay, where do you stand on the issues? In spite of that Jerry Lynn, if I just want Republicans that will agree on the party platform. And if you can do that, I don't care where you stand on everything else, but we gotta fight these Democrats, and we've got to know where people stand on the issues. Amen, Todd, 100%. That's why I listen to you every day because you are literally one of the last truth people out here that literally stand up for us little people, God that our hands are kind. But I'm telling you, dog, you are you nailed it. Exactly right. But mate, she needs to go. She needs to go, honey, and Marjorie Taylor Greene is, let me tell you, Todd, I lived in her district up there in Rome. I love that girl. And she is absolutely sticking up for us. They are conservative. And that may, she's all over the place. She's not an abortion chief for abortion. She's not for the vaccine. She's forward, I think. She's had this great in this country is what she is. And Jerry land and again, we want to be fair on this program and she says that she believes that a woman who has been raped or if there's incest involved that the woman should have a right. I don't think that makes someone pro abortion. Now there will be many people who disagree with me on that, but I mean if in fact, what she told us was true, and I don't have a record on Planned Parenthood, but if she was one of those voting to defund Planned Parenthood, look, I respect that. But again, if we're going to go after somebody, we need to make sure we're armed with the facts. And that's an important thing. But this is a mess Jerry Lena. We got to get this. They've got to get this cleaned up, and there needs to be some sort of a come to Jesus meeting. And if our radio program can be that platform, we are happy to provide the platform. You are that platform. I'm telling you all my Friends and family..

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"For the monitor. In our latest monitor breakfast with Washington newsmakers, Linda Feldman hosts GOP leader Ronald mcdaniel to talk about former president Donald Trump. The 2022 elections and more. When it comes to former president Donald Trump, ronna mcdaniel, chair of the Republican National Committee is adamant about one thing. If he left the party, Republicans would lose. He has built our party, miss mcdaniel told reporters at a breakfast Thursday hosted by the Christian science monitor. He has added a new base, we've become a working class party. I saw it in my home state of Michigan. Miss mcdaniel's good working relationship with mister Trump is well documented. It goes back to 2016 when she was instrumental in helping him unexpectedly win Michigan, a key electoral battleground as state party chair. Soon, mister Trump recommended her as chair of the Republican National Committee, ensuring her election by party officials in early 2017, and every two years since. Miss mcdaniel acknowledges that Joe Biden is the president, despite mister Trump's continued resistance to the idea. But she hedges on whether his election was legitimate, despite the certification of results in the states and by Congress on January 6th. She said, painfully, Joe Biden won the election. I mean, he's the president, of course, it's a very painful to watch. I think there were lots of problems with the election, and I think it needs to be looked at. But yeah, he's the president. This story was reported by Linda Feldman in Washington for the monitor. Voters in wealthy nations largely agree that fighting climate change is a global good. But an experiment in Oxford is testing the willingness to make personal sacrifices toward those goals. The English city of Oxford is set to implement some of the strictest green rules.

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"They should teach. Welcome back, America. You do it live inside the beltway join now by Selena zito columnist of the world reader and stuff at the New York Post in The Wall Street Journal in the Washington examiner everything over at Selena zito dot com. Swinging, you just got a shout out from new Cambridge on Maria bartiromo yesterday. Nice, nice work. I didn't even know it. That sounds great. Thank you. Please don't bring up the Steelers and I'll continue to talk to you. I hate it when Big Ben comes to first energy and does that to the Brown. So we won't talk about that. Let's talk about your column on West Virginia because I think it applies a lot to the Virginia voters tomorrow. They're feeling the same thing. Selena. Yeah, absolutely. You know, anytime West Virginia become part of the national narrative, which always happens when Joe Manchin is the center of attention. And inevitably, the press turns to their eyes to the people of West Virginia and their lives. And, you know, it becomes sort of a mockery of the way they live the way their way of life. And it's just so incredibly frustrating for them. But also, you know, I went down there when all through the state and I talked to people down there and they said, well, you know what? The problem is they don't respect us. They don't respect us because they don't know anybody like us. And we just have to work twice as hard. And everything that we do, whether it's a high school football game and an opposing team comes down and says, hello, hicksville, or it's talking about the energy that we or the steel and the coal and the Coke that we produce that makes your lives better. We just have to work harder. You know, Selena, Appalachia is in Ohio and Pennsylvania in West Virginia. It's in Virginia in North Carolina. It's in Tennessee it's in Georgia. So when people make fun of West Virginia, they are actually making fun of a deliverance induced caricature that has nothing to do with the people of Appalachia. And it deeply resented people ask me, why did West Virginia go deep red? It's because the deep blue coastal lights have been laughing at it for 40 years. Right. And so that was that pushback by people that started in West Virginia is actually sort of a microcosm of what you saw across the Great Lakes Midwest in 2016. Actually, I would say ahead of 2016 in 2010, 2014, as Democrats started losing strongholds in these deep blue counties. It was those voters carrying forth. West Virginia voters had taken the lead on ten years ago. They were tired of being the butt of a joke. They were tired of being called flyover country in a way that was demeaning rather than something to look up to. And so in the book, the great revolt, we talked about it, it just wasn't politics. It was all our cultural curators, whether they were in corporations, like what you saw in with Major League Baseball in Atlanta or whether it was in academia or institutions. You know, you don't have to worry about me talking about steelers game because I haven't watched since 2016 and they decided the NFL decided to go all political. So woke has turned out to be wrong in Middle America. And I believe we're going to see that in the junkin race. How are you reporting? I went down to a young and rally in old town, which is the deepest blue part of Virginia. Hundreds maybe a thousand people on a Saturday morning at 7 30, Selena. That just isn't a normal year. No, it's not. I've been covering Virginia races for over 20 years. You know, I think we should not only just watch this governor's race, but we also should watch the race for attorney general and keep your eyes on who holds the majority in the House of delegate races. You know, this is what the Democrats have gotten wrong about this election is that they have made it all about either Trump or how important it is to pass this bill. Two things that are not important to Democrat voters that are independent thinking, conservative Democrat voters, independent voters and Republicans. They have moved on from Trump. These are about buried local issues. And it doesn't mean they don't like Trump. However, there is nuance in politics that I think that the Democrats and my profession have missed in not understanding when people go to a voting booth in an off year election, they're going to vote about what's happening in their community. What's happening with their children? What's happening with their security in their communities? They're not voting on national issues. As salina zito argued in her column as Newt Gingrich mentioned that column, the Maria bartiromo yesterday on Fox business Sunday, she's exactly right. In Virginia, they're not voting over the build back program as Ronald mcdaniel called it. They're not voting on Donald Trump and Joe Biden. They're voting on the despair and the dismay of her Washington fueling inflationary files fires and getting involved in children's education to the level where the CDC is simply not trusted anymore, the FDA is not trusted. People want to trust parents. That's the Virginia race. It's why glennon is winning. I'll be right back. It's election even Virginia. I'm live inside the beltway, the third hour of the Uyghur straight ahead..

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"7 51 Jenna Ellis, part of the president's legal team, challenging the election results last year has had it. With the Republican National Committee after she was shown an email from an R N c. Legal bigger one with Justin Reimer basically Uh, trashing the legal team of Jenna Ellis and Rudy Giuliani and everybody else that was associate including Bernie Kerik and that somehow she got ahold of that email. And you know, they raised over $2 million. The RNC where they're going to go because Ronald McDaniel and the RNC basically did not challenge did not support the president. In going after the election, they abandoned the president. In fact, remember President Trump cease and desist. Do not use my name to fundraise. Etcetera. Here's what Jenna Ellis said yesterday that I saw an op ed from Justin Reimer that someone sent me. I think it was in USA today and and it said he's still the RNC chief counsel That surprised me. We all thought he had actually been fired. But no, he just kind of went away and hid for a little while until the end of the post election drama and everything else happened. And so a lot of this, the RNC is blatantly covering up their refusing to tell the truth to the American people. And then for Romney McDaniel to refuse to even respond to us questioning this yesterday. I know you put out tweets I did to Sebastian Gorka, who's on our Election Integrity Alliance. Put out tweets. She's refusing to even come on a panel with me tomorrow on another network to try to face this. All she does is blocked me on Twitter. These people don't care about the truth. All they care about is their own political power, and we need to demand that they resign and we need to say you're not getting another dime of our money or our support. I'm not even going to be registered as a Republican after this, because I'm too ashamed to be part of a party that still has Rana McDaniel as the chairwoman. Round one goes to Jenna Ellis. We'll see what Ronnie McDaniel has to say, if anything to respond to this, but she's absolutely right. The RNC abandoned President Trump. Therefore, keep that in mind when they come calling or sending you for donations and contributions give to trump directly or to your candidate directly, but don't let it laundered through the RNC. Or the NRCC or any of those other establishment run party. Uh, apparatuses 7 45. It's time for, um 7 45 with 7 53 almost scared truck back into the future. God has a flux capacitor going there this morning. Excuse me. Let me get a rolling. Yeah. Alright. What's happening? Chuck? The incident on 95 0 Donnell Street is cleared the shoulders, So that's much better now heading into the Fort McHenry tunnel,.

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"To Sean Hannity Show. Thanks for being with us, 809 41, Sean, You want to be a part of the program. So, um, I have been saying, and I stand by my comments that Nancy Pelosi is speaker of the house in name Only. It is really the squad that is running the show. You know, I love how AOC now thinks she's gonna. She's calling for Stephen Breyer to step down from the Supreme Court because he's 82 years old. Sounds like she's discriminating against old people or older people. That would be his decision. Um Cossio Cortez, slamming the the mild, tiny little teeny weeny weeny little brush back. Against Congresswoman Omar. Uh, we have been through this left and right, you know, it's even Hamas announced on Mars remarks equating Palestinian a risk resistance to crimes of the U. S. And Israel. Ronald McDaniel is the GOP chair, and she Slammed Omar as anti Semitic. Omar saying, of course that like Hamas America, like Hamas and the Taliban. America has committed unthinkable atrocities. Omar Retweets, a video by an anti Israeli group being investigated by the FBI for possible terrorism ties, Pelosi, Omar is a valued member of the Democratic Our caucus. We did not rebuke her after pressure to stop the virulent anti Semitism anyway, with all of that said, and all that's been going on. It is now absolutely clear that Nancy Pelosi has no control over the radicals that now run that party and she fears just like Biden fears just like Schumer fears all things Alexandria, Ocasio, Cortez and the squad. I mean, if you don't believe me, let's listen to Nancy Pelosi's, You know, back and forth and madness and ups and downs and insanity here. I say the candidates do whatever you have to do just when Davey we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it had ever had this experience before, But I was just crowded into my chair and I was like, what is Thank you. And then I realized the sitting on the chair with me was Susan B. Anthony Elizabeth..

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"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdaniel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of the house in name Only. It is really the squad that is running the show. You know, I love how AOC now thinks she's gonna. She's calling for Stephen Breyer to step down from the Supreme Court because he's 82 years old. Sounds like she's discriminating against old people or older people. That would be his decision. Umm Qasr El Cortez slamming the the mild, tiny little teeny weeny weeny little brush back. Against Congresswoman Omar. Uh, we have been through this left and right, you know, it's even Hamas announced on Mars remarks equating Palestinian a risk resistance to crimes of the U. S. And Israel. Ronald McDaniel is the GOP chair and she slammed Omar as anti Semitic. Omar saying, of course that like Hamas America, like Hamas and the Taliban. America has committed unthinkable atrocities. Omar Retweets a video by an anti Israeli group being investigated by the FBI for possible terrorism ties. Pelosi, Omar is a valued member of the Democratic Caucus. We did not rebuke her after pressure to stop the virulent anti Semitism anyway, with all of that said, and all that's been going on. It is now absolutely clear that Nancy Pelosi has no control over the radicals that now run that party. And she fears just like Biden fears just like Schumer fears all things Alexandria, Casio, Cortez and the squad. I mean, if you don't believe me, let's listen to Nancy Pelosi's, You know, back and forth and madness and ups and downs and insanity here. I say the candidates do whatever you have to do just when Davey we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it had ever had this experience before, But I was just crowded into my chair and I was like, what is Thank.

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