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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:45 min | Last month

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"So just simply going from there to sarah is is something now whether he can handle a bureaucracy like that. I think it is will be boosted by the fact that ron clain. Who is who was known as kind of a genius will make sure that in this most important position you know this is this the position is overseeing the beep end of this pandemic finishing this out and getting the vaccine out that ron claim will be actively involved in making sure that you know the appropriate leadership structure set up with people who with people who know what they're doing so it won't rely completely on on happier sarah all right lastly. How much can the second level Deputies and whatnot. How much can they gum up the works and you know who's on that beat because at one point it gets to be like you know. These are people i've never heard of and i would never hear the if they're dedicated they can you know it it and it's always easier for a a clever and sophisticated bureaucratic in fighter to stop something from from happening than it is to actually get something to happen. There's actually there's that famous Cia guide to how to infiltrate left-wing groups. And it has this you people could google. It has this list of suggestions of what to do in meetings. Throw out crazy ideas up but then after after none of that works you propose that a committee study it then you then you object to the way that the committee was formed than you object to the way that the process is playing out with within the committee. And they're all of these tried and true methods that that you see the cia suggesting that it's that it's people who are trying to subvert these left wing groups do that are done in bureaucracies all the time by by people who are just just trying to gum things up and so if you know what you're doing you know with with with with the right amount of malice you can. You can create enough shenanigans that the clock just runs out and washington. There's there's more to do than there is time because you know pretty soon. It's something the first summer is here. Then you're coming back for the fall now in the first fall now. They're starting to think about the midterms and use all of that. Just shut down anything. Ryan grim washington correspondent for the intercept. Thanks so much of your time really appreciate it. Don't forget if you've got to zoom meeting next you got ryan grim ladies and gentlemen. Thanks got to say that That that that cia strategy gum up. The works sounds a lot like Brendan and the office. A little bit sounds like he's a cia plant. I'm not suggesting that i'm just saying there's nothing in. My grandfather was in the cia for a little while. Why and all right. Let's take a break and discuss that at the break. We'll be back in just a moment. We got more a. We.

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

08:56 min | 2 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"They're a trump enablers and you know they created the conditions that allowed a somebody like trump to come into power and so forth for their cowardice for their enabling. Big they are there for a bat and they need to go whether or not they spoke at the little league event. or not. Because it really well. Because casey kasem spoke at the convention these are good republicans. You know then fine you can do over the course of a three month campaign like you need to start this for years ago. You need to start this for years ago. Where you tie. Donald trump to the republicans and the democrats have refused in a. I mean just a verily way to do that they mean it's aggressively wanted to go the other way because they wanted to be validated by all of these never trump republicans and have their have their view that trump is somebody different and that there are republicans. Msnbc is on offense. peacock has a ton of republicans who make who tell the msnbc viewing audience that look this is these are bad. Republicans were the good republicans. So without a doubt. I mean but it's not it's not a it's not comcast's job to say that. Republicans have enabled trump. I mean. I'm an honest i mean i you know i mean i'm not i if it was up to me i wouldn't program at that way because i'm i'm i'm i'm you know attempting to to to to make that point about republicans but the democrats have because i think your your assessment is true but the democrats. They need to do this. I right like if they're not cleave. Ing tying donald trump or their Local congressman to donald trump or mitch mcconnell to donald trump or paul ryan who incidentally was one of those people who pushed this whole california voting late votes coming in in two thousand seventeen. That's suspicious. i mean the there has been many opportunities to tie the republicans donald trump and And and and daring them to vote against them like you know. Put the vote. That stimulus make mitch mcconnell. Either vote against them or not like make them actually behave in the way that they're communicating again. It gets back to you. Know chris coons basically saying we're going to give republicans the advantage of of of of supporting donald trump when they want to but also the advantage of them actually not really supporting donald trump if we get rid of donald trump. They'll be fine. I mean joe biden said this over and over and over again. He told people we republican party and he said this during the campaign and it helped him blow people. Pelosi said the exact same thing we need. We need a strong republican party and biden talked about having a republican as his as his running mate and we everybody and everyone in the audience when he said that laughed and he liked Chase he was like no no no. I'm not telling a joke here. i'm. I'm serious i would. I would love to have a republican as my running mate. I don't think that there are any right now. Because of the current conditions that. I could put on my ticket what i would do it. And so that if that's the signal that you're that you're sending to voters than there shouldn't be any surprise at all that that voters said okay. We'll then we'll do. We'll do biden a bunch of republicans. So is there. Are there any figures in the democratic party. Other than what we've heard from live from. Asc who who have this A similar perspective on what went wrong or is it or are we going to just hear that it's that it's the progressives fault and go through the cycle again well schumer has the most fascinating case because yes he has. He has a reelection in twenty twenty two and would would much prefer to avoid a primary challenge rather than than grabble with primary challenge at the same time. Schumer is is is is quite a a well known political animal. No this this is somebody who has spent his entire life kind of you know you know reading a political tea leaves and and and and divining what What the correct direction is. And i and i do get the sense that that he actually is aware of the of the realignment and the populist anger. That's out there it's not. It's not obvious that yet. He's he's going to be able to to be the one that can can lead it. He's is formerly known as wall street. Chuck this it's not going to be easy. A for for somebody to transition like that but he he's he he does appear to get it and if and if he gets it. There are a lot of other senators. Who who who trust his kind of political judgment and so whether whether they have the capacity to not just absorbed that that that new environment actually act on it is a hugely is is is an open question to at the very best so it it it may be that you just need a whole new crop of of leaders who get it but it is starting to dawn on A significant number of democrats in washington. That what the what the stakes are. In this fight you would have thought that november twenty sixteen would have would have brought about this kind of evolution in in in their thinking and in their understanding of who their opposition as it did for a few but particularly trump resisting the results of the election and a significant number of republicans. Were the entire republican party going along with him publicly as has been a bit has been even more of a of a wakeup call. But you know like like. I said i mean you've been doing it way. I mean how many times you wait. Keep getting a wake up call. And then they do now. Yeah well all right. So lastly what about in the house. I mean that's all well and good in the senate but if they don't control the senate and it really doesn't matter what chuck schumer saying frankly right now. The house is is seems to be further behind in new york. Just just kind of intellectually and politically incorrect in catching up. With the moment. Part of it is just the the the the nature of the of the institution. It's it's kind of like a middle school cafeteria it has. It has so many different cliques. Revolving around that cafeteria and tossing food at each other and and talking about who the cool kids are and who you know who the losers are that it very quickly descends into that type of kind of interpersonal knife fighting which is what makes it hard to then have like a thirty thousand foot analysis of of where the country is headed it and even if you could have that analysis it makes it very difficult for people to get on the same on the same team to kind of push in that direction. Something that might be easier in a senate have forty eight or fifty fifty extent that there's any type of leadership fight it's happening as to who's going to follow nancy pelosi after these two years. Probably i mean she's she's gonna have to work hard to lockdown with such a small majority yoshi show she can only lose a handful of votes and so you know you could come leader to become speaker of the house. Is that right right right right. Because the republicans are gonna vote for her right. And so you need you need a majority. And so she's going to need people like mo most of the squad people josh gottheimer and the the no labels crew and problem solvers caucus all these people. That have been awesome her. She's gonna need most of them to agree to vote. Yes on the on the house floor. Is that fact that there is. He's a possible that we could see a sort of trans ideological I dunno attempt to unseat her anything's possible. You've you've had those. Tim ryan kind of ran a trans ideological attempt to unseat her. And you know he might have been premature..

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:05 min | 2 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Ostensibly dedicated to passing. Hr one which was actually a pretty good bill. In terms of voting rights in terms of like ethics in terms of anti-corruption public financing public public financing matching funds for candidates. Yeah it was a great bill that nobody heard of because nancy pelosi joined in on tax on ilhan omar and you can literally on the day that they had passed at. The top story was about ilhan omar. And we're seeing this over again. They're doing it again they. They launched into an attack on a. What would you tell the story of this phone call. That was an i. I wonder you know. I'm always very suspicious about things that like. We never meant for this to get out. Even though we had half a dozen reporters on the phone at the time we tell that story the reporters weren't exactly on phone. But right. so it's you know they used to have caucus meetings in an assume they'll again be having some caucus meetings indoors may be masked up but what the way that the caucus has been beating privately as over over conference call and some staff call into these. These conference calls as well although even before it moved to zoom zoom conference calls. You were you. Were having a lot of members who had just who would tax reporters in real time. No this is what's so and so said. This is what this person just said. Because this one went on for three hours it became kind of public spectacle and because it actually mattered and people were were were. Were really pouring their hearts out that you start. You started hearing that centrist after interesting and with with abigail span. Kind of being the most floor it in her denunciations where we're coming to the microphone. Her i guess the pressing star one or whatever to be able to unburden themselves of about the burden that that progressivism and and what they felt socialism had brought to their campaign saying that you know that because of words like medicare for all and socialism and and defunding the police but they lost a lot of very good members and they have. They have to stop this right now and it's childish. It's it's unprofessional as an entity responsible and you had retreated salim. Push back and say we don't. We don't know yet. You're launching into this analysis without without any of the data but we do know is that in precincts like like hers and like ilhan. Amar's turn out climbed in substantial ways in that without voters in philadelphia. Milwaukee minnesota minneapolis detroit. Joe biden doesn't necessarily doesn't win you know. Pennsylvania minnesota wisconsin and michigan. And so maybe while they're still the georgia senate specials better still to be decided. Let's not You know thoroughly trash. The progressive wing of of the party. Just yet so that and that kicked off this civil war or this this new battle in the civil war. Aoc responded.

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

07:54 min | 2 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And then he'll do that. So all all of it just depends. On what purdue in laughlin are going to need to to win in january and so he is talking about a very skinny stimulus no no state and local aid. You certainly would have to have he would. He would insist on liability protections for businesses. Basically the the offer that he was he was putting up earlier. Problem right so ratchet up a little bit that raises two things. One is we would have been better off and by we. I just mean. Americans basically it had pelosi just taken Mnuchin deal regardless of what it was at this point because it was never gonna be as good as as mcconnell is going to produce. I mean even even to the extent that that was real. But i have you know. There's reason to believe that. If if pelosi said yes they would have just come in with at one point eight then to look bad for the president and he was And the president was worried about that but So put that miscalculation aside by nancy pelosi is there. And this segues into what i wanted to talk to you about in terms of like this Interest seen. I think i'm pronouncing it correctly. Fight amongst the democrats Is there anything that you can point to as someone who is the dc bureau chief of the intercept that is analogous to mitch. Mcconnell strategizing to help Georgia like any acted like like like who is the person that is doing what mcconnell's doing in the senate so schumer to to his credit has been a lot more aggressive lately in in trying to push the democratic messaging in in a boulder direction. You know he came out right after the election saying you know that that that what by not to do is cancelled. Fifty thousand dollars in student debt across the board for everybody by executive fiat. That doesn't immediately play into a a senate argument but it doesn't matter because at that kind of pushes out to the public that look if democrats are in control. Democrats are going to wipe out fifty up to fifty thousand dollars worth of student debt and there are a lot of people have more debt than that but there are a ton millions of people who would have all of their debt wiped out by that and that is that is the kind of thing that that democrats need to do to try to explain to people who get why. Why should i bother to come out. And what is what is the buying the genda. That's actually going to help now. Schumer has also talked about legalizing marijuana. You know that that is something that you can explain to people at a as a as a difference between the part. What is something that you know. Voters would actually get if they come out by on. The other hand doesn't seem like he's taking it remotely seriously. There's some thought that maybe he has. Ptsd from from nineteen ninety-two if we're bill clinton after winning went and campaigned in one of these georgia runoffs and the republican one and it made people felt like bill clinton look bad and so reverting back to this old politicians way of thinking that the best way not to lose to never to try. Never try if you try and fail then. Oh you're a loser but if you never tried anything then hey here here. you're defeated. I think that. I think people. I mean i i i mean i think we have definitely talked about Over the course of the past four years that it it at the very least we've characterizes making donald trump look weak if he goes any campaigns in his special election and his chosen candidate loses it is perceived as a weakness on on that part. I mean so from that respect. I suppose i understand it But there's a difference of course between biden going into state into the state to campaign which I think Saw today some reporting suggested he wasn't interested in doing that but they're thinking about sending obama down there that to me. You know make some sense. I guess but there could be things where he's talking about of what the value of having a a a democratic senate is. I have not heard that really so much. It's good to see that schumer is doing that. Because schumer's got to worry about his primary. i am Of the mind now that i think Senator should be Facing primaries every two years based upon what i've seen doing in terms of clarifying Chuck schumer's perspective on this Would have let me just get your your take on this so we just clip. Chris coons before you came on where he was talking about. How reprehensible it is that you have republicans Lawmakers senators in particular who are not coming out and telling donald trump to give up the ghost and and particularly you sign the jets. Have the gsa sign off so that we can get this thing going. And then he's asked. Would they sang privately and he goes well privately. They're actually a wishing. Congratulations to joe biden. And they're telling me that they wish this wasn't happening etc etc. Doesn't that undercut the message. Like when you when you say when when when they're taking a public like isn't that what if you're a republican lawmaker and you're doing this publicly for the seventy million people who voted for donald trump or whoever your constituencies are that love donald trump. And you're doing it to rile up the base in georgia. You get to do that publicly but then you get to cover your rear flank. Essentially by having. Chris coons go on national television and say deep down in their hearts. They're actually really nice people and their congratulate joe biden. I mean doesn't that undercut the message. It shows that they're not terribly principled in their authoritarianism. I suppose you're right but it also does show you know how thoroughly trumpism has to has taken over this this party and and the the way that that matter is probably not going to be in this this attempted soft coup that there that that trump has going on in the in the background but every operative in his leg his or her late teens early twenties. Who's rising into the republican party. Right now is watching this authoring strain spread and take over the the entire party and and what what they're learning. Is that the way to rise through through this party and the values of of this. Anti democrats are absolutely win at all costs. Democrats are enemies of the people and what matters is is taking power and holding it even if you have to undo know two hundred plus years of democratic institutions in the country you know who Who also learned that. Lesson was amy coney barrett Brit cavenaugh and john roberts who worked on the on the sort of The i guess Version one of power grab twenty years ago Down in florida as the supreme court Chose essentially george w bush to be president. All right so let's move to the house and And talk about this sort of This this fight that has broken out in the house and to me what i which which keeps like sort of striking is this is exactly what we saw in two thousand eighteen. Where the first month of a democratically controlled congress.

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"To do the right thing and to help the president accept reality and to help their caucus Stand up publicly because frankly the transition is going to be chaotic at best. If it doesn't get there. I mean there it is. Everything is fine until chris coons basically says look. They're just a little bit nervous near. Everybody understands that they're a little bit nervous. And the bottom line is the way the politics works is if the republicans if mitch mcconnell if all these republicans are going to to run this play where they publicly say. We need to Stall we need to wait there could be. We're going to basically undercutting a biden administration working up their their followers into a lather if the republicans are going to do that then it's incumbent upon the democrats to make them pay a political price so the answer to as what are they saying to you privately is nothing nothing you want me to you. Want me to reveal that privately. They're actually good guys privately there little concerned about this. They're not they're not monsters. Whatever it is the answer to what they're saying to you privately is nothing. I haven't heard from them. They are hell bent on this. Because you make them pay for what they're saying publicly and if and if and if those republican lawmakers want to go on to fox news and say privately. I actually did say to. Chris coons that i wanted the president then. They can do that but you don't let them off the hook. And you see this from reporters jake. Tapper had a a long piece. That was was good in terms of expressing the outrage. About the fact that biden is That the trump is not leaving the office. But then you don't report privately. They're all actually. They're actually not being so irresponsible no it is their public actions. That are that are problematic and you make them live with those and pay for those. You don't let them off the hook. This is the the democrats lack a political instinct. And i'd there is not a single moderate voter in the entire country. Who's gonna go. I sort of think that chris coons is holding back and he's not telling us what they're saying privately. No you do not let them off the hook if they're going to make any type of move even if you're going to lose in the situation which is we're losing days that the biden administration could ramp up. You make them pay a price politically. That's the way you do politics now. Where from our sponsors You've heard me say how. Many times i feel completely overworked overwhelmed. Many times my kids yelling at me. Gotta deal with my. My parents might just on and on and on the cats. Well how do you Find time to sit down and read things that are not like at the top of my list of priorities. It's an app called blinking for anyone. Who cares about learning But doesn't have a lot of time to do so it takes the key insights and ideas from four thousand non fiction bestsellers in over twenty. Seven categories gathered them together and fifteen minutes text and audio explainers. Or what they call blinks. So what a blink does it allows. You basically takes all the key takeaways so allows you to get through a topic quickly. You don't need to the purple prose as it were. Blankets is even teamed up with popular podcast creators to blink. Those for you too so you can get to the heart of a podcast episode fast. Are they doing ours. Am i make up for my slow cadence. Fifteen million people already using links to broaden their knowledge and twenty seven nonfiction categories like self-improvement management. Mindfulness and more like i say. I use blankets Trying to do a little bit of exercise each day. But i'm not trying to do that much. But i fifteen minutes. I can listen to the key takeaways of a book like you know. I keep talking about that. Tim ferriss book all the time. But why we sleep by matthew walker. I don't need all the stuff in between gimme the top fifteen minutes whereas the topmasts mess key messages there barefoot investor by scott paper. I may check it out. I don't like to spend a lot of time reading about investing. But i also feel like sometimes like i should know some stuff. I am not going to read Rick wilson's full book with all due respect..

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:10 min | 2 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Of hospitalizations for the flu. Which is going to eat up. More bedspace right. I mean if you have people who are at least wearing masks they're maintaining some type of Social distance they are washing their hands. They're getting flu. Vaccines hopefully the number of flu. Hospitalizations will be lower because this is all about capacity in the hospitals and pass. They're having to bring in more refrigerated mobile morgues and we're gonna start seeing this around the country it's a real problem and so i don't care if donald trump comes out and congratulates joe biden. Who cares i mean they. I understand the norms and the accoutrements of a peaceful transition of power but the real issue is sign over all of those assets that a presidential transition team needs to start building their capacity. I don't know we'll ask Ryan grim about these firings at the pentagon if they were just out of spite or if it's not Like a two step spite and a function of making it that much harder on a new administration. But it's appalling. It is appalling what we're seeing from republican lawmakers and what is even more appalling in some respects is the the both sides the one aspect of it is the both cider 'isms of this but put up that tweet matt of howie kurtz the is he the media reporter report for like i don't know the culture. What what is howard kurtz. His actual title these days used to be a media reporter for fox news and we have what he's doing now but this is a perfect example of like are you serious but this up where he's because this acquainting what donald trump is doing from trump's gsa. Barring the biden transition officials. this is the government services administration not signing off and allowing all the resources that you need so that our next presidential administration can start the the job running essentially that is equal to. Are you ready. This to whoopi goldberg telling donald trump's voters to suck it up. Both sides are playing the politics of payback. I mean on one side. You have millions of dollars. Resources in terms of office space in terms of the actual functioning of our government being withheld and on the other side you have one of the host of the view being mean how much how much more twisted can you get. How do they get away with this. I would well one that. I think there's a lot of issues in terms of our society. Broadly speaking there's problems within the media but also part of it is a function of the way the democrats are reacting to this. Let's play this clip from chris. Coons and i'll show you. How sort of like the. How chris coons here is what he's doing. Here is indicative of a major problem. That democrats have had for at least for the past two decades. As far as i can tell but it is. It's stunning to see this. This is an uncertain time. These next seventy one days. I think it is time pastime for republican leaders to stand up and say we should accept the results of this election. And i continue to work with colleagues to urge them to do so. Do you see any evidence that republican leaders are doing that. We'll do. I see no evidence of voter fraud in the key states. That would need to have their outcomes. Changed and i so far. See little evidence of any republicans standing up to the president. There have been four so far here in the senate. My hope is that this is the week when that will begin to turn as it is clear. there is no possible pathway. For the president to overturn these results and we are beginning to threaten the foundations of our democracy. Which is a regular orderly peaceful transfer of power after every quadrennial election. What are they telling you. Behind the scenes bluntly that they accept that they call me to say you know. Congratulations please convey my well wishes to the president-elect but i can't say that publicly yet so when these days sation and when will they be able to say that publicly i my job here i think is to continue to urge them privately.

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New poll shows voters are divided on Joe Biden sexual assault allegation

WBBM Late Morning News

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

New poll shows voters are divided on Joe Biden sexual assault allegation

"There's a new poll out that shows voters are divided on the sexual assault allegations against former vice president Joe Biden a Monmouth university poll released today shows nearly a third of Americans aren't sure what to make of the allegations about thirty two percent say the allegations of likely are not true thirty seven percent of voters believe Tara Reid Ryan grim is here to give us some insights into these claims he's the intercepts DC bureau chief and has been at the forefront of the reporting on terror read so thanks so much for joining us fine let's start with your reporting you published two pieces one of which uncovered the Larry King clip featuring what is reportedly Tara Reid's mother let's take a listen to that okay

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New poll shows voters are divided on Joe Biden sexual assault allegation

WBBM Late Morning News

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

New poll shows voters are divided on Joe Biden sexual assault allegation

"There's a new poll out that shows voters are divided on the sexual assault allegations against former vice president Joe Biden a Monmouth university poll released today shows nearly a third of Americans aren't sure what to make of the allegations while thirty two percent say the allegations likely are not true thirty seven percent of voters believe Tara Reid Ryan grim is here to give us some insights into these claims he's the intercepts DC bureau chief and has been at the forefront of the reporting on terror read so thanks so much for joining us fine let's start with your reporting you published two pieces one of which uncovered the Larry King clip featuring what is reportedly Tara Reid's mother let's take a listen to that after

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:15 min | 11 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:57 min | 11 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"So sneezing new definitive no and listen. Here's the other thing that is and I don't know if it's in this piece but I've been you know Hayes had had someone you feel like you have symptoms. You do not go to the hospital. You call a doctor you try and find some type of telemedicine if you have a primary care doctor you call them. You could call like the local you know urging care or one of those like sort of like you. Don't walk into the hospital unless you absolutely have no other recourse and if you do it may even be better to like go with someone else and have them walk into the emergency room and tell the nurse and the doctor like how do we start with the. Here's the situation. What do we do? They may send you home and say wait keep us updated but maybe they can give you a name of somebody to call because the idea is that you don't want to spread it if you do have it like this is one of those scenarios where it's like every every action you take has implications a tiny tiny sliver for like huge numbers of people and so No better chance than now to to exhibit your communitarian impulses that what happened to me back in the swine flu thing in two thousand nine am I got a sector in that and I went to the on. Campus sort of Health Center and they're just go home. We'RE NOT GONNA test you like if you have it you have it just go home and Corentin yourself basically and you know if you're sick and you get the rest anyways and the and the one upshot what's everything's going on now. It's like one of those scenarios where it's like you go home and rest. You're not missing. This is like a snow day for everybody. All right so you in the fun half leftist. Jamie and I may have a disagreement. Yeah you can't say whatever you want about people just because you're rich. I have an absolute right. Mark them on Youtube up there buggy wedding. I am not your employer negatively. I'm sorry I didn't mean. Nervous sat riled up. Yeah maybe you should rethink your defensive. That you've walking idiots which is going to get rid of you all right dude dude dude dude you want to smoke his joint yes do feel like you are a dinosaur.

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:25 min | 11 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Plans have been changed because of Self Corentin things One of the people I show has a significant other in the medical field. So she's taken it very You so we'll for tomorrow. We'll have George Orwell episode on the light in the Unicorn Essay he wrote during the war with Hitler And it's kind of people are talking about maybe Bernie Sanders. Should Iran is a new deal Democrat instead of a democratic socialist and basically played to patriotism Orwell has sort of a similar its wartime propaganda but he also has a similar critique of the left there to that speaks to the moment really well so people check that out so wait. So what are you guys going to? Do you just going to do it over the phone. Alex is going to come in. But grace will be coming in. So why can't you call it We're GONNA try to do that next week. When things are more settled down but Yeah we needed to get out for this weekend. Her partners in the medical field. And Yeah basically. So you know we don't want to I. I can't remember if he's been exposed yet or she just doesn't want to expose yourself to maybe expose him sort of stuff. So we're GONNA try in the coming days and Let me get this out there to actually so that you can know it. There is a I sent you that link and it's in the Brendan where did I put that? Link it is in the Oh here it is. Flattened CURVE DOT COM. This started out as a Google Doc. very similar to what happened with indivisible and I think actually somebody in like associated with individual or individuals vowed this flatten the curve dot Com. It is As far as I can tell like the the best clearinghouse for advice and understanding for what what needs to happen in. Why scroll up just a little bit You know look. There's a lot of information out there. It's very hard to Parse what is accurate and what is not But I think this is a pretty good place to start. Can you can ask. Wow maybe too. Many people have gotten wind of it and all right so book market for later folks flat in the curve Dot Com. I have it right here and basically it it. There's a there's a. There's a lot of stuff like Don't worry you people watching me like a wet my hands during this paper. I believe me. I'm my hands are super clean. I've been cleaning them quite a bit and rubbing down everything in this office. Believe me It gives you a sense of like mortality rate by age. It is a very low for people who are young which is good. It's also very difficult to assess you know in any given place because we don't know the full we know the numerator we don't know the denominator or vice versa and This is pretty extensive. But it's basically telling you about how to limit your risk. It's giving you advice. About cancelling non essential travel. I was supposed to go out to La this week next week to do a To do a w t f o I gotTa tell them here and I'm not coming And to do Podcast that politically on that. thing that won't happen this year is doing and I just said you know what it's not. It's not that important that I get stuck out there if there's some type of quarantine that we've been hearing rumors about that but more importantly like you walk through areas where a bunch of people come from from disparate areas. It's just like statistically your increasing the chance that that you're GONNA have problems keep your heat you clean your home clean. Develop routines like this is something. We've tried institute in the office soon as you walk through the door. Wash your hands because you can wash your hands like hey I'm going to put my phone down and all of a sudden you've contaminated everything. There's a lot of stuff then you head over there. This is also good to symptoms. And we can't scroll down.

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:48 min | 11 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Ball boy soundboards make this into members Thing you know if if if if they shut down and shut down schools and I I have a feeling that My EX IS GONNA takes all out shortly. And he's going to do like. Maybe that's what I'll do like. Hey Man. Do you WanNa do a Jim Carey. Podcast folks we're going to have to shut the show. Doubt we made it through the seaward but we're not salmon so you can do from home just launch saying Yeah exactly folks just a reminder as we head into the fun half of the program. It's your support. That makes this show possible. Are we going to try? And do the experiment right now. No we'll do a Monday. This show relies on your support. You can become a member at join the majority report DOT Com. When you do you get the free half of free commercials. Get to the fun half Sometimes we get extra content. You know depending on what happens going for. We're GONNA have more time for that Let me make one point clear though if you are going through. And we've had a number of cancellations people are worried. They're not going to be going in for work. They're not going to You know not gonNA get paid. If you're one of those people you can do to one of two things you can. You can cancel and then send us an email at majority reporters. Go DOT COM and And say hey I just cancelled because I can't afford to be a member but I wanNA still be I still want access to the whole show. Give it some time. 'cause everything's a little crazy but we'll turn your access back on and you know when when you're out of any type of financial stuff you can hook. Us backup then if you're one of those people who don't have the means right now to to support the program you can do. You can send us an email. Majoria reporters have some patients. Because it just dig through things we will hook you up with the full show if you want to you know and then you can always do a one off donation or whatnot. But the the the point is is that no one will be locked out because of finances and you know if you have to do cancel. Do not hesitate to do that. Send an email and we will reinstate you as soon as possible But we're going to go through some tough times and people are GonNa be like not going into work and you know having some extra entertainment is going to be something that they're you know that you're going to want but again. I don't want anybody to go into any type of financial duress whatsoever we will. We will make it through here. That won't that won't be a problem. We're not we're okay You know were But you know there's always there's always a little something here or there we can trim and don't worry about that so We just don't WanNa lock anybody out for financial reasons and So keep that in mind if you are one of those people who are not feeling a financial pressure from this. You're not worried about it and.

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

10:48 min | 11 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Harper So she was a foster child in Columbus Ohio I raised their she. Actually Already has a one accomplishment under her belt she. She's the candidate if you remember that ended up getting that New York Times editor Demoted Jon Benet Jon Weisman You remember Join Justice Democrats in endorsed Morgan Harper? He tweeted something like interesting. Just as Democrats in endorsing against an African American female incumbent who Joyce Beatty who is who she's challenging and she tweeted Jonathan I'm black too and he tweeted something like I know I saw your picture or something very weird and then got himself demoted So like one day long. Twitter Scandal So she Worked at the CFP be at a pretty high level And has and then moved back to Columbus and is and is running with you. Know kind of supportive all the left actions in the in the party. And it's a huge a huge symbolic race because the congressional Black Hawk as ever since Joe Crowley lost has been has been panicking over the possibility that these essay style Jen. You know folks who were able to cobble together a working class coalition with with gentrify fires are going to remake the the urban map for congressional races and so far that hasn't happened any CBC members yet They've they've all survived. Whatever challenges that gotten but this is the this is the biggest threat so far choice babies a huge player in in Columbus. Her husband was A top State senator for twenty years She was then appointed to his seat. She rose to become minority leader. She's been in Congress since since since twenty twelve And has you know. She's she's not remotely as kind of repulsive to the left and somebody like Dan Penske like Dan. Lipinski openly like anti immigrant. Anti Gay Ansi choice like pushback against fifteen dollars minimum wage. Just across the board coming out an outlier. In in the new kind of more Progressive House Democratic Caucus Joyce Beatty is much more in line with. She's GonNa if you look at her voting record it's going to be pretty consistently you know with the rest of the Democratic Caucus though. She serves on the House Financial Services Committee right. She's been she's been friendly to a lot of financial institutions She takes a lot of corporate pack money. She's she's a very standard Democrat in in that way and so that's why it's such a threat because for decades if you were a standard. Democrat you were fine. That's good enough. You'RE NOT GONNA you're not. You're you're not going to be at risk If Morgan Harper's able to beat her then it tells all these other Standard Democrats that that this way that you've been doing business you know voting with the party on mostly major issues but being being pretty corporate friendly along the way isn't gonna fly anymore or at least it comes with Some risk you're going to have to take in exile from the left that'll send a mess. People are agree. Meeks in Queens here. He's got a challenger Sean Chowdhury who I entered incidently? Recently to there's there's there's more in the Congressional Black Caucus of of folks like that Standard Democrats who who basically have been flying under the radar as being corporate emmy. Meeks has been you know like this for. I mean I just remember this from like ten years ago in like wait. What this guys you know. And there's been a lot of that like he's taking big money. How is that possible? Based upon you know y you know particularly you know ten fifteen years ago. Queens was not gentrified to the extent that it is now and you know you start to realize like well he does because he's GonNa get challenged and nobody you know the voters just aren't aware of it you know. I'm barely aware of it. And so this is GonNa that race in. Ohio is going to be a big deal and again. We're going to see this. You know. I don't know how this whole dynamic is going to be impacted but those are two races. We're going to be paying attention to count. She was counting on a lot of students support and now. Osu has been shut down and so has the local community college and so has The Lutheran College in the district so You know that's really gonNA cut the legs out from under her campaign at the same time. They moved a bunch of polling places out of senior centers to protect seniors which is public health. A great thing to do. You don't want people traipsing through senior centers but now part of those seniors going to be able to vote So it really. Who knows like it's a total wild card What's going to happen on Tuesday Ryan Grim? Held you for a long time. I know that upset. I think he's your son and tell them you know like my son is extremely pissed at me I can't every Tuesday night now. I have to pretend like I am a fan of Jim Carey movies just to get him to go to bed as we cover the primary so tell you them to understand that your work. They don't understand this working from home saying well you're at home now. Exactly I will be soon. And but yeah. He was pissed because I would just like go out on Tuesday night to do coverage the primaries so I had to start sending him codes on Youtube just to get him to go to bed. Had To promise a Mike I know. He's not watching now. But I had to empty to work in the word ace because he is a huge fan of Ace Ventura. And that's not a good movie Ryan Grim. Thank you so much for your dad that I really appreciate it later. But that's honestly like been. The hardest thing about this. Primary season has to come to grips and indulge my son's like obsession with Jim Carey. That's the hardest thing that's been the hardest thing interesting. It's been really difficult like Jim Carey Yeah. No my favorite. He's really funny did you. Have you seen the mask? And so you've told me that dumb and dumber movie you know look I could. I sat through dumb and dumber again with him. He's watched the mask now like six times and for the life of me I cannot. I just can't how old is e six. He's seven now turns to the mask when I was that age. There's the funniest movie when you're a little kid. What's the thing he says like say something? Say Something Nice to me all right. So you're you're a nice guy. Thank you very much and I just I every those who are memes for like seven year old. I can't tell you some okay. Look Ma. I'm road kill I. I'll tell you that when he says this stuff to me which he has said all of those things literally inside of me like a part of me dies like a part of me dies because I just I can watch the Truman show. I like the Truman show. I even had to go out and see sonic the hedgehog where Kerry is. We had to go see them. He likes all all because you know how many movies Jim Carey's done too many and he's like fifty six and I'm GonNa see all fifty six. You can work in. You can work down a better path. A few of those you know I wanna like his performance. Man on the moon is not bad yes I could show him the number twenty three and you could get them into indycar movie. The movie itself is not that great but with militiamen for that day. That's cool. I went to his. I think Andy Kaufman's brother. Got The part that I was going could've been could've been somebody I want Saws Review of number twenty three. What's that is that the it's the one. It's not a comedy. It's one where Jim Carey. Plays a guy that starts to see the number twenty three everywhere and is also one where he's like in a phone booth the whole time. I think if I remember that one like where I can't remember the whole movie is I came in a phone booth or that's interesting or something like that. Yeah no there's a bunch of darker movies the darker ones. I appreciate more. It's just like that. That's smokin and Spank you very much like you know. I could watch three stooges all day. I will get him into you know. I can't wait to show him the jerk and He's like he likes Steve Martin's Pink Panther But just like I can't wait until he's old enough to understand that like how much respect I've lost for him because of this just carrying I just am waiting for that day where I can say all. It's time you and I had the talk. You feel slightly. You'll feel slightly responsible because this was your industry. This was kind of European back then to you. Don't feel like you're batting. I hated him so much I was like I was really into comedy that time and and I was just like oh him on in living color I was just like this is this is not this is bad this is bad for everything. I care about and I know my my ex introduced him to Jim Carey. I would have if it were up to me. He would have been like twenty two and someone would have said if you see that you ever you remember Jim Carey and he would have been like nope never heard of him. But you should definitely avoid the Netflix documentary. Where Jim Carey? Just sit straight to camera talks about. When he played Andy Kaufman a man on the moon and they just play the b-roll where he'd never leaves character or the behind the scenes footage that I would. I would be interested in seeing 'em into a certain extent but if it's like I like that stuff guys got a RT because I S..

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

12:56 min | 11 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Went after Tim. Geithner as head of the Congressional Oversight Panel was by getting up. You know public outrage through her viral Interrogation of him then the way she got to see A. Pb through was famously. Saying you know I either want a strong Cfc be or. I want blood and teeth on the Senate floor and by blood and teeth on the Senate floor. What she meant was whipping the unions in the blogosphere and the pro and the outside progressive groups. That were that were championing the CFP be and every time. That Chris Dodd or Barney anybody else would try to weaken the AFC. Be You know she would go public? And she would and she would rally all kinds of Populist outrage the Senate would get flooded with phone calls and then they would back off the Whatever moderation they were trying to like seep into the PB and so you know that was her very explicit strategy to get the PB through was to leverage this outside power So she so. That's what's so bizarre about your point which is which is right She she understands that it's not just her. It's her and her army that were able to get it. Get it done. Maybe there's been some rewriting in her mind that that it was more of an internal tight Maybe she thinks that the sanders army was just never never weather. I never would be with her. Which would be a misreading of it. but yeah so. It's it's hard to square because you know if she had merely been inside player and you know fighting knife fighting out the academic politics the presidential level that would be understandable but she really did leverage the outside power when she was pushing for the CFPB and also after she became a senator You know she was very cautious in trying to trying to meet every progressive activist and writer. Who had who had platform and a social base that could be utilized in the service of you know whatever agenda. She was pushing But that was just That was abandoned in the last month and thing like and I think it's a it's a huge loss to the progressive movement. You know like she came out with a. She put out a video. The other day I think about You know a plan to deal with the corona via the C word. We saying around here. So we don't get the monitoring and and I can't I you know I saw that and I was. It's like it. It didn't make really much of a ripple an understandable on some level but I can't help but imagine the imagine the the sort of like The you know the parallel universe where she hit endorsed Sanders. The race could still be exactly where it is and that thing would have been everywhere right like you know. I mean it would have been I now. This may be people might be saying. That's sort of like a petty narrow example and maybe meaningless but I don't think it is. I think I I think that would have been indicative of You know I feel like that would be everywhere now. It had she endorsed Sanders. And whether he was walking away with the primary or whether he was exactly as positioned as where he is. Now right it would have been just like subsumed by the Borg and you know she would have been simultaneously lifted up. I just the things I heard about like. You can't ask her to save Bernie's ass you know now that he's in trouble and it's like what like it's like this is like Bernie Sanders you know. This is not. I doubt it seems like it was a fundamental misunderstanding of like. This is not about Bernie's career I think for his orders for the most part. Maybe some but I don't think people are like finally sanders is GonNa get his do as president like I don't. I don't care more interesting like I'm more interested in debt free college or whatever it is free college But we can leave that there because that is I think time will tell. Maybe she can rebuild that. I'm not I'm not sure where frankly because I think mclovin sharp exactly. I just don't know where where that's GONNA come from. And I think like I think the the the failure for them to recognize that was also indicative of what they failed to do during the campaign. Frankly they they were constantly listening to a narrow set of people instead of like seeing where the broad sort of like currents were all right. So let's talk about this. Just sanders goes into this debate. I think tell me if you think you've heard anything or have any sense. It's GONNA be wrong. He's going to make his case. Probably by bringing in a lot of what's going on with the C word right now For a broader sort of Social Democratic vision of what America could be. Biden's going to go out there and say you know a combination of some platitudes and some narrowly tailored we need to address these things and Donald Trump's not the guy to do it. What happens on Tuesday? I mean if if none of this was going on I would say like. There's no reason to believe he's GonNa do better in Arizona. There's no reason to believe do better in Florida. No reason to believe he's going to do better in Illinois or Ohio but I don't know like the electorate that comes out now is going to be could very well be very very different. I mean Bernie. Sanders wins overwhelmingly under the age of forty five. He loses overwhelmingly over the age of forty five. And if I had to predict WHO's GONNA come out in this environment? I I would say one or the other like I don't know what's fascinating and this we don't have surveys or anything on this yet So this is more impressionistic but paradoxically. It appears to me that people under forty five are taking the C Word. Much more seriously and people over forty five. Who who just to generalize seem to have an attitude of you know. Let's party like this. Is You know we've been through all kinds of stairs. It was just the media jennings stuff up. We're GONNA be fine whereas people under forty five are thinking you know what? I'm probably personally going to be fine because even if I get it You know I'll survive because I'm not in the high risk categories which may or may not be true right. Don't go banking on that right but I should. I should be careful because I don't want to infect older people So it's just bizarre situation where younger people are taking it. More seriously. On behalf of older people who themselves are not taking it seriously So while you would think just from common sense that the effect of the pandemic would be that older people would stay home And younger people would go out to the polls it might actually ended up being the opposite that would but that's a function of social media. Do you think that's a function? Because what do you think? That's a function of social media because younger people tend to be on social media. So they're seeing like I haven't spoken to anybody under the age of fifty who has not who cannot recite that those two threads from the Italian doctors right where they talk about like. We're having to make decisions now on on to intubate and who not and you know in terms of who gets to respirators and who don't you know and if you look at the legacy media right. I mean if you look at Fox folks you know this is. This is ridiculous. We our country huggers flu. We're a country of huggers and if you're not hugging you're really fundamentally letting the terrorists win or something in you know. Foreign Virus Win. Yeah exactly. I'm a handshake. And if we if you can't shake hands there's no point in you know in Ben. Being an American whatever it is and I mean I just wonder if that's the case I wonder how savvy both Biden. Sanders will be about this on Sunday because presumably right like all those primary goers are going to be tuning into that and if like they get out the message that is really the the actual message like that like hey wait a second you know. Older people really need to be creating some social distance right now. I wonder if that's going to end up. Impacting the the electric. These are all questions that who knows and then I mean just to take it a step further. Let's say that you know the turnout in Florida is like like half of what we've seen relative to other places in Arizona's half of what we've seen in other places in Illinois is two thirds of what we've seen in other places right in terms of like how we would extrapolate and are like the the numbers of people under the age of forty instead of representing you know forty percent of the electorate end up representing sixty five percent of the electorate ZANDER's gets back into the campaign. I'm just throwing out a scenario here. I don't know that it's likely but I mean you know from day to day. I can't tell you what's likely They would they would end the that would end the primary. You thank you. You would shot it down. Yeah they were like wait a minute. We're not because they said it's not fair right No Sanders just one. These four states and landslides He he didn't deserve to He only won. Because these irresponsible people came out voted and the responsible stayed home. So the this doesn't count by the nominee They would they would find some way to make that be the case. If the scenario that you described the one that unfolded I think your point about social media's is really insightful and might be explaining a large degree of what we're witnessing with the disparate reactions to the crisis Old People just they don't get it yet right and because they will by Tuesday right and exponential function at work if that scenario which I've just outlined and I think like you know that has I don't know we can say let's say it has a five percent chance of happening which is basically. Let's say yeah. Let's say five percent because it seems like five percent comes in a lot these days and ended a lot and I think the reaction will be exactly like you're saying and man. Oh Man operationalize that I. I don't understand like how do you like you know the the best scenario for you know for for for Democrats under that is that like there's no physical convention right because I mean I think things are going to get super messy all right. Let's just let's just very briefly because I feel really strongly I've interviewed. I think I may have interviewed both of these candidates Ohio. There is a congressional primary. That's really important. Meghan Harper interview. Do we play Morgan harbor rather than we played that interview right over vacation. Go back find it over our vacation week. I did that for ring of fire. She is an excellent candidate. Tell us just about Harper. And then this chance to.

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

14:56 min | 11 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"The the dinner gate you know where you know what did what did Bernie Sanders say precisely about whether or not a woman could be trump in in twenty twenty. You know. They're they're just that didn't need to be as toxic as got You know Warren. Of course there's responsibility for having been the initial leaker of it. She's the one who and I reported this. And the intercept she told after she met with. Bernie she wa-. She had an author dinner with a bunch of Journalists. I was not among them but She said she told that story at that. And so that that's how the story you know. Percolated out into The the rumor mill. It was an I recommend. It was an off-the-record dinner just to be clear right. I mean right off the record dinner but journalists have these journals friends and they don't they don't have the same kind of respect for an off-the-record dinner that Bob Woodward might have for you know the identity of dethroning right right And so they're of the bar later and they tell their spouses who are also journalists and those and then you know at some point. People learned that those people are no longer than they were not at the dinner. So they're not bound by the author record. Mj Lee CNN reporter who published. The story said that she was working on that story for months And by working on a story for months report 'em doesn't mean that it was all she was doing all day right now for months but like that she'd heard about it months earlier and you know every chance she you get down off somebody else to see if you get another source. All you're doing is you're basically saying like you. At least like we say it to me off the record or you say it anonymously. No I don't feel comfortable doing that. What six weeks later a bill? It's it's to me I just wanted to you know. Check in. See how you doing. See if there's any interest in that type of thing right and you said now I have three other people who are saying Nike. How can you be a fourth person right? Okay sure I can be what I would say. Don who cares to me that it wasn't the leak because I remember talking about that story. When it came out and then subsequent to that leak the Sanders campaign denied it and I think that their perspective was like she's not going to confirm this like it seems to me the play if you're Elizabeth Warren and you're still you know you're in it. Is You come out and you say. I don't talk about what I talk about in private with what someone says to me in private. I don't I don't go to the press about that. So no comment. Because I don't ever talk about what I said in private and then she gets the benefit if there was any benefit to The fact that it leaked out from other people. I don't think that was their plan but I don't know why she couldn't just go out and say like I'm not talking about like people were like. Why would you lie for Bernie? That's not lying. That's her saying I don't talk about private conversations. And then he gets the credit defending that private conversation on some level but but and I think that was that the campaign made I you know and and maybe she was upset about you know the campaign coming out and denying that Bernie said it and you know who knows what was said in how was expressed but it was like after Warren dropped out. Joe Roff burs were saying it right. I Joe Rousers. Who going on twitter her campaign not saying like she couldn't win because of misogyny. Well I mean I just like we're making hay out of Bernie Sanders supposedly saying that. Two years ago. I don't understand how you like. You should go and sign up Bernie. Sanders is an adviser to you. Next Time Joe Rosberg because apparently he knows something that you took you two years to find out but putting that aside putting aside the failure of them on a personal level I can That's all well and good and I think like I think I cannot tell you how many people who are sort of normies who You know we're supportive of both Warren and Bernie Sanders. You know. I don't have a very wide circle of people that I know period but The the number of people who contacted me and said how could this just be about like these two people not getting along like the like? I don't think people who don't work in politics. Sort like can fathom that she would not of endorsed him because they weren't getting along personally. Well it's tied up in their view of each other as well And I think it's worth You know digging sanders to for their response like there was also an easy response of look the I. That's not that's not what I meant What I meant is that trump will weaponize misogyny right against any woman who runs but obviously Hillary Clinton won in two thousand sixteen. And I believe that Women could we could win. If if it's if that's how my friend was with worn understood what I said I just WanNa be clear that that's not what I meant and I You know move on right. They tried to do that in fact what they did too late. Yeah right instead they kind of got into this huge fight over well but what exactly the sad essential for that but yes but yeah so. They don't have the kind of they were always described as friends. That's just not true or not And you know Warren as as she started saying publicly toward the end just doesn't think that San Ras is a is a is an effective politician. she. She understands him as the guy he was from. Two thousand nine to two thousand fifteen when she was involved in Santa Politics and that wasn't that wasn't his You know that. That wasn't his shining moment like he had he had. I'm done more impressive things and other times in his career and so she just kind of understood him as has that and then she started being more upfront about that. But the but that's real like. She didn't have a ton of respect for his effectiveness as a politician. Jr also really You know did take seriously stuff that She talked about was Rachel maddow about the online Attacks and right and just didn't see the genuinely feel like that the Sanders Campaign Sanders. Supporters are worse than that dissenters team didn't either didn't do enough to stop it. Were You know maybe even encouraged it And so that kind of like saying that really soured the relationship there. What do you make of the the idea? However I mean like that. There's also putting all that aside and I like I say I think for I think for sort of normies. They just like can't wrap their head around the idea that that like. Wait a second okay. So he's a jerk and in the past he wasn't effective as a senator. But you are so passionate about these issues like okay. He wants to have debt free college and and get rid of all debt for college students and you wanted to get rid of ninety five percent of it and and granted like he wants to do it. In a way that expresses an ideology. That's that's different from hers. On some level you know the the the where you land on. These specific issues may be similar. But there's a structure to it that that may make for other outcomes that are different all well and good but I think like normies don't understand that nuance and by normies. I mean like eighty percent of the people ninety percent of the people and they're just like what? How does the fact that he's a jerk? Keep you from supporting like the ability. For this. This thing to actually come to fruition and I guess my question is at this point. What like you know. I was talking to Weigel about this on on Super Tuesday. And we were previewing it and he said that he thought I think it was Super Tuesday. Maybe it was last Tuesday. I can't even remember anymore. He said that she was operating under the same theory that last time she was able to get stuff out of Clinton concessions because she had stayed on the sidelines. But it seems to me. The reason why she was able to get concessions out of Clinton's was because at that time the assumption was by everybody that her base of support was essentially event diagram. That overlaid almost perfectly on sanders support and so in some ways like his support was her support because it had that was not tested. Now in this instance it seems like she she and what army like like like like. She is basically alienated herself from all the people who had heard number two behind sanders which was a lot of sanders voters and all of her number ones are already now with. Biden like like what leverage does she have? Yeah that's the. That's the exact argument that made in peace. I did with the inner stuff that I get all my ideas even even twenty sixteen. She had If she had endorsed sanders she'd have had a little extra that she could have brought over to the the Clinton campaign and extracted concessions for because she can deliver even more because she would have had more credibility. But you're right like because it hasn't been tested. She still had a lot of that value. But now that it's been tested What exactly is she going to be able to deliver the nine ten percent that she had left Was you know they went to? They largely went to buy After she Dropped out so if Biden already has the nine to ten percent that she was collecting toward the end. Then what what is why. Why does he exactly why does he? Why does he need her? What does what does she bring one of the things that she was clearly thinking about when she didn't endorse was what would the reaction have been. Oh that remaining. Nine percent ten percent To that endorsement I got. It tasted it just when I wrote my piece arguing for why she should endorse and I sent it out to my email. Newsletter that has a lot of Warren supporters on it as lots of Bernie People Warren B P. It's a it's a diverse range of supporters but the the war on people Wrote back you know asked him? You know they were. They were living at the very idea that that Warren would endorse Bernie Sanders. Human ally had threatened the argument that it was. It was better for her to do right so the builds her bills her power. You know aside from what you want for thirty santer that builds her power to be able to then You know win the trust back of that that wing of the Party so that she can then flex her muscle against people like by without it without being without having muscles you can't chant flex it but yeah there was a lot of anger and there's no doubt that wanted us. Hearing from many many people Both people close to her but also like the just the broad supporter-base that she had remained when she dropped out of the race that she absolutely should not endorse sanders. Now I would argue that you that you pyle drive right through that right because you're going to be able to wh when those people back of course more easily down the road than you can win back the Sanders people who you may have lost for good on some level. The that whole drama. That you've just worked out right that the calculus down to me seems like I mean it seems I don't know it seems fairly a let me put this way. I have not heard. I've not been reading You know somebody else. Email blast that makes a compelling counterargument right like no one seems to be making. I haven't heard anybody from the Warren camp. Make the compelling counterargument. I don't even think they've they've attempted. Never mind compelling which I have not seen other than F that guy and it seems to me. It seems to me that that is indicative of what was in some way problematic with the entire. Warren attempt at winning was that there was just not an appreciation. 'cause you and I and I think like you know you. I know you. My sense is that you started this campaign sort of like very that. You're a warren person or at the very least you had watched what she had done with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and this is someone who is incredibly adept at making arguments that compel within sort of like a politics as it exists with institutions. Right probably I imagine at Harvard Law School. She probably did the same thing. I know there was a lot of politics there Within that law school and and she did the same thing within the government but it seems to me that there was just a almost a complete absence of appreciation that a politician's power comes from having a broad constituency and just in terms of sheer numbers. And we won't like that just seems to be absent from the calculation and like nobody has said to her you and what army. It's always been like that's a good argument. You win but in in this type of politics you need the army to which is so strange. Because the way that she.

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

14:18 min | 11 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"That I think it triggered in millions of people around the country. The impulse to take action on their own it was paradise it was like the opposite of leadership but it had the effect of galvanizing the entire population to university presidents. You know the heads of the NBA NHL Etcetera Local leaders all realized in in an instant. We are on our own there. There is no leadership here. And it really. Yeah it was like literally were like like everybody's on the on the on the Poseidon Or You know we're all on You know the I'm thinking of the Poseidon Adventure. Which of course is not the But not a real vote but But we're all on this boat headed towards an iceberg. And the first time we hear from the captain. It's from a dinghy as he's like going off. And everybody's like wait a second. Oh man we better do something here. And it has been asked doesn't have this right. Captain doesn't have this. It was nice of him to come out and announce that like I just want everybody to know if you if you've been waiting on me Clearly not happening. But let's let's just keep a little bit of focus on the primary just for a moment so Sunday night. They're going to have this debate bright and it seems to me as far as I can tell you know. Based upon their both of their speeches they both gave speeches. I thought Sans gave an excellent speech. In terms of like expressing how this whole scenario is reinforces. What his agenda is in something like this scenario is like explaining what the need for his agenda. Biden came out and I think you know offered essentially like let's address this narrow issue here and that narrow issue here you know. It was completely unambitious. But it was at least on brand provide on brand for Biden and you know at the very least he. Wasn't you know coming out? And saying it was really the Europeans fault so worry about. This won't hurt you. barn virus. Exactly it's a foreign virus so it doesn't count against me so everybody's fine so it seems to me what we're GonNa see and Sanders indicated even prior to trump's speech. That he was not. I think this is on Falun that he was not going to make the argument. That Biden can't win. Did you picked up on that on that Falun? Yeah Yeah I did and and you know there's some you know at this point you know. What's the upside of him saying the opposite because a he's a motivational speaker like Even if he does say Biden can't win. doesn't mean people are gonNA walk away from hearing that and say well. Bernie says Biden can't win so I guess I'd Better Sports Bernie Bernie had been making the case for a year That he was the more electable candidate of in the pack and there were there were weeks where the National Democratic primary electorate agreed with him according to polls A and you know as a result. He was the front runner for a while You know losing losing Chips away at that feeling and so you know he can say it all. He wants But doesn't mean that people are necessarily GonNa believe it and also The pandemic suggests that if Biden survives probably can be trump by trump might be at twenty percent approval rating By November Yuppie. You know we we. We just have absolutely no idea what's going to happen over the next several months and if the scenario full unfolded in Italy happens here then you know the Republican Party is GonNa Utterly Turn on Donald Trump. You saw you saw Ben. Shapiro already upset that there aren't enough test like you know as somebody said you know. We're all democratic socialist in a in a crisis You know they're they're willing to ride or you know they were willing to ride or die with trump as an expression but not literally right And so that that that will be the end of the end of the ride for trump. If that's what happens in it If I'm buying I just in my living room and don't let anybody interact with me for nine months because a he's awful on the trail He just shouts people and tell them to vote for somebody else. He forgets what office. He's running for us to forget who served under He went when he met with newspaper. Editorial boards they would go into that meeting obviously inclined to endorse Joe Biden. Like you know who is a better demographic for Joe Biden Than newspaper editors and their readership old people and they would come out and come up with some convoluted nonsense and and endorse somebody else. Whether they endorsed to people The State in South Carolina actually endorsed P Buddha judge. You know there are probably more than half African American And they were so disturbed clearly by their meeting with Joe Biden that they endorsed peop- Buddha judge The more the more registered said Warn Manchester Papers did did quo Char New York Times endorsed. Several people Everybody doing whatever they would not endorse Biden. You know when you would interview people coming out of events in Iowa. Were biding his spoke. It'd be like I went in abide supporter and I came out looking for somebody else So just politically benefit them off the campaign trail but health health wise. It would do well. That is the benefit here is that you know as opposed to what we were seeing reports of. They're gonNA hold Biden back. They're not going to let them out. You know this is before any of this happened and they already wanted to be and they already want to do that. And the the risk was of course that trump is going to be out there doing these rallies going sleepy Joe just doing one event a month. What's going on Joe Yodok? Should I send the doctor over? And now the campaign has obviously like it would be responsible for them to send them out and in that conversation just simply not going to happen. It's taken for granted and I WanNa make something clear here because I'm going to get a bunch emails from people going like you're helping. Donald Trump by talking about the Joe Biden's frailties first off they. They are what they are. Donald Trump does not need Ryan grim and Sam Cedar talking about this to know that there are some fertile territory. There if you think that then you should never you should. You should also think that there's no way that Donald Trump can't be defeated because if you didn't know this stuff before we're matching it then he's got a real problem and the so But the reality is it's going to be less on on. It's going to be less obvious to the remainder of the democratic vote. I mean this comes down to the endorsements because it feels like to me like as you say whenever Joe Biden got out there in any type of of legitimate fashion where people actually experienced them firsthand. Walked away whether it was was newspapers or weather was people at rallies like you say whether it was reporters they walk away going like this ain't GonNa work folks. And clearly the democratic establishment knew that because they would have endorsed him six months ago and right and so it only became this moment where everybody was like sanders is going to be the nominee when people were like we would rather have this guy who we voters. Don't seem to be responding to in. You know the would be endorses. Don't seem to be responding to and and Clyburn gets on board and then Obama and Obama calls people to judge and apparently just says this is your peak leverage winky winky and and then it just like the flood Gates Open. So that and that gave the signal to voters. Who were I think out there? Going like sixty five percent of them are voting for the person they think who can win not based upon the issues they agree with. That's what the polling told us out of Michigan and a couple of other states and they're just looking for a sign and why wouldn't you trust the other people running with him? Who Else is there right? If every if Obama if cloak cloture Buddha judge the whole clyburn if if the whole establishment is telling you that you know this this guy worry about it you know. We're actually okay with him. Forget forget the last year where we where we say that we didn't think that Biden had what it took to get over the finish line You know he's not he's fine trusted he's GonNa be fine then as a voter. You're like okay. Well if you say so yeah you know better than me do it. So so. Let's talk about the only thing that and this was my feeling after Super Tuesday there was only one thing and and again we still have this debate. And I don't think Bernie is GonNa go hard at Biden in this debate. I think Bernie's going to present his program his vision and let Biden sink or swim and I do think that's an open question. Frankly which one? It's going to be even though even though you'll be in this much more calm environment as it were and in won't be challenged nearly as much. I mean it'd be interesting to see what happens with the moderator in this instance but I wanna go back and just want to look at this because this is going to be important going forward. I think there was one other possible intervening event that could have taken place that would have in some way said okay. You have these people who ran for president all saying that Joe Biden's Okay Elizabeth. Warren could have jumped in and said I think Bernie Sanders can be president and she didn't do that. What what. What's your sense of like why that happened? In what the implications are going to be going forward. I mean so I think you can. You can really approach this from from two different directions but it's probably most useful to start on the on the sanders side so and if you walk it backwards and you say what would have been the absolute ideal moment for Elizabeth Warren to endorse Bernie Sanders you know. Forget the question of getting her to endorse us. You start with the assumption that you know. These are the two progressives in the candidate in the race and they're and they're fighting against the moderate wing and and they're trying to make sure that one of them wins and to me. It's probably but probably Monday After Nevada in when you in South Carolina Rally together and you create a couple of days of of narrative narrative in the media of that. Furthers you know the idea that sanders is kind of the inevitable nominee Sunday night was when the sixty minutes piece ran to had Cast that had sanders talking about Castro And so you know instead of doing a couple days talking about Castro and having a fight well by you know. Obama said the same thing about Castro right and they they did. They did improve literacy. And fine all that Instead of having a few days talking about Castro which then leads into Jim Clyburn endorsing by Buddy of the week. If you could if you could have had warren and sanders crisscrossing South Carolina with Ao. See at which we've seen You know she was reluctant to really Get out on the campaign trail Pulling together that the the move and making the case that like look. This is the energy that the energy that you saw. Nevada like broad multi. Racial working class movement is now combining with The remnants of it was Warne's suburban coalition. And you know it's GonNa drive forward. Maybe at that point Jim Clyburn worries. That endorsing Biden isn't the thing to do Do the exact same way that the Culinary Union desperately wanted to endorse Joe Biden but was so nervous about elect ability that they that they held off And when they you know they and they and they obviously send signals that they didn't like Sanders And that they did like Joe Biden but their membership went wildly for for Sanders. You know as they stayed out of it So maybe that Maybe that's state staves off stampede that we saw but then how do you make that happen? you know first of all you need to have not have had such a toxic. January between January February between Warren and Sanders. You know the.

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

08:21 min | 11 months ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

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If you're watching on youtube it is there if you are listening on the podcast description and take quick break when we come back be talking to Ryan Grim right after this look the same. We are back Sam Cedar on the majority report on the phone. It's a pleasure to welcome back to the program. The intercepts Washington DC bureau chief and apparently also working from home today Ryan Braun Ryan. Are You Doing? I'm doing all right. pretty nuts. I think I texted you I don't know when was this. I guess Tuesday to come on the program today extensively to talk about the primary race. That's going on and it's it seems pretty stunning. How much that has dropped? Off The the in terms of coverage and just in terms of like in the forefront of people's minds just these three days yeah. I was Book to go on CNN yesterday to talk about this primary. And as I was contemplated whether or not I even had fortitude to walk through the Khurana slop that must be the DC. Cnn Studio They reached out. Say where. We're cancelling because we're doing wall to wall Koran virus coverage This is so sounds great because all they do you think about the CNN studio. That's the that's the place where you have people who would drag themselves out of their vice elation chamber in into the CNN student. 'cause they just can't this being on on cable television That which is going to be a problem for every politician every You know anchor and correspondent who here's on Fox. Msnbc CNN I you know. How do you keep those places clean? Yeah I I you know I I was booked to be on. Msnbc this morning. I rarely do this and but it was an opportunity for me to go up against Some former Joe Mansion Chief of staff or something who is The or something of a A big big tent big tent pack which was set up exclusively for the purposes of Defeating Bernie Sanders. Oddly enough yet keeping staff and exactly and dark money very very dark money that is supporting that and I was actually looking forward to it but I also knew they were gonNA cancel. There's just there's no they're not talking about it at all at this point and to a certain extent it doesn't feel like right. I mean from Biden's perspective. That's fine it seems to me And it doesn't feel like the sanders campaign is an and again. It would be hard to know right just by looking at cable news but it doesn't feel like they're making a huge effort to To break through this and understandably so it seems to me like I my sense. Is that the broad appetite for a continuance of a contentious primary. Just seems to be minimized at this point in the like since trump got on Errand said. We're all doomed. Yeah Yeah I think that's right And also you have the you have just the calendar where he's up. Bernie's up against four states where he got clobbered in twenty sixteen even had some momentum. And there's no reason to think that you know that he would do better this year except for the fact. You can't know anything because they know who's GonNa show up if anybody's GONNA show up but I think you're right and I think what's fascinating about trump's Lack of leadership is that he made his lack of preparedness and his manifest.

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Safety group wants Hyundai and Kia to recall 2.9M vehicles

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

04:03 min | 2 years ago

Safety group wants Hyundai and Kia to recall 2.9M vehicles

"Any Senate race. In this country. Reporter Ryan Grim of the intercept says each shows how energized Democrats have gotten over the Texas campaign that O'Rourke decided to run and regular people from around the country decided that they wanted to give Ted Cruz a run for his money, and at minimum what it has done is it has forced Republicans to spend a lot of time energy and money in Texas that they otherwise would be spending. Elsewhere polls have shown Rourke running a surprisingly strong race in Texas for democrat. But most of them still agree that the edge belongs to Ted Cruz. A Turkish court has freed American pastor. Andrew Brunson who had been in jail in Turkey for over two years Brunson. Who was a cotton diplomatic dispute between Turkey and the United States reporter, Holly Williams says the countries have been at odds relations between Turkey in the US to NATO allies seemed at least at one point to be at breaking point. Andrew brunson's released will presumably go some way to improving that relationship. Brunson was being held on charges of terrorism and espionage stemming from an alleged twenty sixteen coup attempt longtime member of the legendary band Fleetwood back suing the rest of the group for kicking him off the tour following a series of disputes Bitar singer-songwriter Lindsey Buckingham says expected to earn at least twelve million dollars from the tour demanding now that he get that money because he's still able to perform it. He wants to perform there's been no official response yet from the band. It's eleven fifty on KNX as we approach the final hour of a what a trading week on Wall Street. Let's get a check of your money. Here's Frank Motech for most folks are very rough week with the main drivers down about five percent on the week. The worst starts to any October's since two thousand eight and we've seen a see-saw session today with the Dow up as much as four hundred of fourteen points. I believe was the high of the day and was down about fifty six points at the low point of the day right now for up twenty eight NASDAQ of eighty four point. Points and the S and P five hundred ten crude oil futures moving higher today of forty-three cents back to seventy one forty oil's been hit lately and still down about four percent for the week. Gold is seen a positive week. And right now down four dollars at twelve hundred Twenty-three an ounce. See Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin out today, saying the president respects the independence of the Federal Reserve in his recent comments were simply a reflection of the fact that he favors low interest rates higher interest rates have been spooking the market as bond yields moved out. We've seen a mortgage rates at seven and a half year highs this week right now. The yield on the ten year note is down to three point one three percent down from about three point two. Six percent. We saw earlier in the week.

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"ryan grim" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on Channel 33

"And then there was just great disagreement on the floor over whether or not the actual letter that she wrote to Dianne Feinstein. Senator Feinstein had been leaked. No-one seemed to have the answer, which was just fantastic. Like that are that the Senate has not reached the same level of functionality that like any podcast has, or you just yell at your producer? Google thing, you know? And you find out within fifteen seconds. They couldn't even figure that part out. Yeah. I mean, it was all Ryan Grim from the intercept. We should note came out on Twitter, the guy who broke this who reveal the existence of the letter and so that infected that fundings Stein staff had not leaked the letter. Yeah. I mean, I think that I mean, we, we all we were there when on the, you know, that sort of leaking and it was it was it was a real word of mouth. We hear that she has a letter sort of thing. And yeah, I mean it was, but that combined with, I mean, just the process, the FBI investigation was a lot of today, you know, I mean, I are already mentioned the investigation. Sure. And whether or not and whether or not you know, Cavanaugh was open. I mean, it was willing to ask the FBI to continue the investigation which seemed just kind of Larry unwilling to do. It's like, if you're gonna just go in, just go in, you know, I mean, I don't know why he was. I don't know. I mean, he seemed his answer his answer over and over again was I'll do whatever the committee wants to do knowing full well that the Republicans on the committee didn't wanna consent to more wide ranging FBI investigation. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it seemed like he was ready for the first phase the second phase. Now you said there's multiple audiences and you're right. I mean the the, you know, Trump's base or even the Republican base, I think we're really reassured by what happens day, and I think that there's an again, you can. You can understand the argument. I mean, you can understand the point of view that, you know, this is maybe this is exactly how one would act. If one were accused of something they didn't do and they were in their family was, you know, facing the consequences for and their career was was at risk of being over and you know, and all that, and there were, I think there are a lot of people that reacted the exact. I saw them online, reacting the exact same way Trump did. We got a fighter out there this, you know, he's, he's crushing this. He's these every heat. We love him even more now than we did before people. People said that Trump had was. Dissatisfied with his performance couple of days ago Mark with Martha McCallum on Fox News..

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WR Ryan Grant fails physical, deal with Baltimore Ravens voided

K and C Masterpiece

02:04 min | 3 years ago

WR Ryan Grant fails physical, deal with Baltimore Ravens voided

"And back on a vet aaron like me jj watt said thank you for your service brother coming off some back and knee injuries myself and wear these shoes every single day they've been phenomenal dm mir address and i'll send you a pair so you can give me some feedback of your own and the guy replied back just while i was just wanting some feedback and this is what i get this is one of the reasons i'm a big fan him this made my entire month it's been hard times health issues this makes me forget about it all you're the man always will be i think it's really cool jj watt to like actively seek this kind of thing out and obviously this guy reached out to him and ask but jj automatic an athlete that's that big probably has someone keeping an eye on his twitter to vet through all the junk that comes through the fact that he's able to take time and go and not not only do this but do all the other outreach things that he does in the community he actively seeks out that volunteer timing actively seeks out just being a good human being i'm all for that the more people like that we can get in sports and in the spotlight the better now and that's and again that's one of the reasons i want jalen smith to be a success so that he can do those things that i think he will i think the jalen smith the type of guy that'll do that kind of stuff now we heard the other night that ryan grant who was with the washington redskins was signing with the baltimore ravens day before free agency opened the ravens and wide receiver ryan grim agreed to a contract two days later however which is today grant still has it signed it he might never sign it oh no grant failed his physical with the ravens according to multiple multiple reports nfl contract agreements are contingent on a player passing a physical early becomes an issue because teams have a good idea of any injuries whatnot going on with the guy in the case of great it's unclear what the issue is grant has played all sixteen games and all four of his nfl season so he's reasonably healthy the agreement between grant and ravens points to one of the drawbacks of the.

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"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ryan grim" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"All that and more on today's program ladies and gentlemen ah yes books uh we i know i interviewed at ryan grim about this piece on a ring of fire i think it was last week maybe it was a week before i cannot remember but uh been uh it's a really important piece and uh so i think you're going to enjoy this um in in some ways it is more of a systems critique than it is uh an ideological argument but we will we will talk to him about uh about that um and meanwhile um i don't know it the changes every five minutes but apparently stock market is so is lou volatile these days and i am i i still can't quite figure out why we're supposed to care uh uh i know i know like the idea that upsets trope emotionally definitely definitely the there is always an added bonus if it makes him feel slightly uncomfortable about anything i that is a very good reason to care uh i do have some of a stake in it because of my husband's pension but of course asumi where together for that long but but but but here harassment it also though it's a joke but here's the point you are not going to be touching that pension for 30 some odd years and basically the stock market is back to where it was in december the the oh and and and frankly it does it like i say he the for i suppose for people who are now if you're if you're on i don't know getting your uh pension next week you still a better than you are better off than you were last june.

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