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"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"He's done it to others. I think of my own self here. I don't know if I'd be able to walk if that was applicable to me. Yeah, I know that. And it doesn't always. Should I cry to crawl out of here? Because I don't think I'm capable anymore after. Jim, I don't know. Everything God doesn't let everything apply to everybody. She's coming later. I heard you. I wish I hadn't but I did. Well, you know what I mean? Yeah, no, I'm afraid I do. I still have time, I presume, don't I? You have time? Jesus said repent and be safe. That's all he said. That's the main thing. I better hurry up. Well, I'm just making a point about free. I just, I'm sick of his, you know, I think I got a right to be sick of the things he said yesterday about me with his emphatic referee, high pitched voice like he's judging the world. Who appointed him, king of the world. That's all I want to know. The answer would be nobody. Well, I've said enough, but at least I felt like I would say that Paul and I appreciate you taking my call. Thank you, Jim. Thank you very much. I'm Anna's next. Oh, I'm on hold, but I didn't get to step in on that conversation. Oh, but we're freeing. And we're family. And then, you know, I point, right? He can be judgmental boss of anything he chooses to be. And speaking about breeding people like him, is there any proof he's braided anything other than maybe the living room floor? I mean, I'm asking him on this question. I don't know the answer. He has no kids. He has no grandkids, but he's a breeder. He's got babies. I don't know. I mean, you know, one thing's for sure when he walks out to the pasture. They all back up to the fence. But you know, Paul, I mean, if he was going to the breeding store, you know, storage place. They throw him that stuff out. It's no good. It's no good. It's just wasted waste of time and effort. But I mean, talking about being judgmental. Who's the most judgmental person on this program? The only reason I call and bother with you for who is because I want to clarification of things he said. His creator talked to him, when's the last time he said the thing about his dad, it was belligerent as hell. Have a good day. By the way, there's football game tonight. South Carolina state taking on South Carolina. We're going to get back to football, Randy. Could we? Yeah, we are. We're going to go. We're going to go over the entire schedule for this weekend, who's leading in the rushing department, the passing, special teams. Absolutely. Fumbles. Which offensive lineman has graded we are going to come back. More of your phone calls, more guests. We are heading to Columbia, South Carolina in a few minutes, giving update on that game coming up here. And we're all going to hopefully return here in a few minutes.
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Looks like a receiving core that has some good parts, but they all look to a certain extent like possession receivers and you need that game breaker. You can't just have jamir Gibbs be your mister everything. And jamir gives his fantastic. I think he could very easily play his way into Heisman consideration. I think he's that good, but you can't have your passing game run through your running back exclusively and expect to succeed in the SEC expect to succeed on the road with any consistency. And that's countering in how good of a quarterback price young really is. He needs those weapons to emerge around and while I think it's by the end of the season, we could see those things. I just don't think that you're turning a corner and suddenly, hey, there's jamison Williams part two walking through that door. I don't think Alabama should expect that to happen, but I would just sound like an odd question considering Alabama is number two in the country. There are 17 point favorite. You've alluded to some of the issues. But for the team that you've seen now through four weeks, what would you say is the biggest thing that the prognosticators and the so called experts that we hear from every day during the off season always tell us how great the Alabama team is going to be. What do you think is the one thing they missed on so far? I think it's a combination of the offensive line and the lack of skill players that receiver. I think we just had penciled in that the offensive line was going to recover from last year and that it was a fluke and, oh, what they really were was what we saw against Georgia and the SEC championship when I think the rest of the season bared out the fact that they were not that deep. You looked at an all SEC preseason all SEC with a meal at your and you looked at some pieces and you looked at some recruiting rankings and you said, aha, they're going to be great. And I'm sorry, it just doesn't happen. And I know there's optimism there, especially with the new offensive line coach they brought in from Kentucky Wilford. They liked how they're turning the corner physically and being a physical offensive line, but until that happens, how do the pieces fall into place because you don't have that receiver that necessarily scares defenses. And Bryce young is good, again, as good as he is. Bryce young running for his life at his size and being a guy who's a little reluctant to really run the football in the open field. It's setting you up for some real issues. And maybe an injury never happens, but you don't want your quarterback to get hit like that. You want everything to work fluidly and play complimentary football. And until they get a consistent running game until they get a consistent downfield threat at receiver, they're just a little bit lacking in terms of being a dynamic offense in the Alabama offense that I think everyone expects year over year. And I think that's what people in the preseason. I think you sold yourself into this is what they're going to be Alabama gets the benefit of that. They deserve it, but I just think in a sense, you got to wait and see, especially after what that Texas game showed you that no, it's not just immediate rebuild and what they were last season. Fantastic analysis from Alex Scarborough on Alabama's treacherous road trip this weekend to Fayetteville thank you all. Appreciate it. We're heading to the break. He is very wary. So what does that mean? It means closer than the experts think or maybe even a loss. We'll get your reaction right after this. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Hey, welcome back to the program. Jim is up next. Hello, Jim. how are you doing? We're doing great. Thank you. Well, you know, it's controversial things that happen and said, I don't know whether I pondered for many, many months and days in even years about what to say about what I said. But it's the truth of what it is the truth, what I said, and I want to say something about this hypocrite you got of all things you got to reference, you know, Paul, you know, a referee. Most referees in my opinion. I want to be careful what I say because they're not all referees are reject ballplayers. You know, that couldn't make it play in balls so they became a referee. I know there's a lot of them that are that way. I knew some of them. And I still know some of them. And I think that's what you get with the judgmental judge that's blasted me all over the road for the last couple of months. Little tray, what a name for a guy. That's another name or weasel name, but sway comes in and says, you know, he doesn't approve of me. He don't like it. Well, does it matter what he likes? I don't like it either. I don't like a lot of things on that show. I don't like a lot of things in life. But you know what I mean? It's the hypocritical nature of the thing that burned me up with his big mouth, judgmental crap yesterday. Well, I'm glad you were able to clear the air on it. I finished it. I got one more. I got another point to make about it. One of the major points is. I'm talking about Christianity and Christians. Do I have to be approved of a board of Christian committee, which is no such thing. Only God in heaven knows and improves of those things. And I'm saying that he says, you know, he don't think that I'm worthy of saying what I say. And not worthy, what gets me is, do you have to be a certified Christian to quote scripture? And I think I am one but do I do you have to be a certified Christian to quote scripture? My best judgment would be no, you do not. And no, you do not is exactly the right answer. But seems like phrase approval board wants to prove everything or disapprove of it. The guys walked, I tell you something else, I'm wondering, I would say this. But he's talked about having trouble sick, being sick, having really deep, and I pray for the guy. I really did when he told stories about how sick he got, but I'm going to tell you something else that I firmly believe. And I just, in my opinion, I don't know that. I don't know what God hadn't told me this, but it's just my psychic wise opinion. I believe many people that bring first of all, let me give you a script you. It's another script y'all know is a fact you can read it for yourself. Jesus said, it's not what go within. They were talking about what you can eat and things might make you sick of it. He said, it's not what goes in your mouth that defiles you. It's what comes out of your mouth that defiles you. And I think that from what I've heard of trace, I think he's been defining his own body, his own spirit, his own self, his own mind, his own trouble being, but with the things that he said because I've heard enough of what he said to know, he's been talking like that for years, probably it's not just overnight. And, you know, I just have to wonder if the illnesses that he's had have not been caused by the things he said. What do you think about that? I mean, Jim, yeah, yeah, you're putting me in a position to give expertise on things I'm not really qualified to give expertise on. I don't know whether. Well, I've studied what I'm feeling. Physically. That's not the point, Paul. That's not the point. You mentioned the point. The point is what he said about the file in the body. He said, it's not what goes in your mouth that defiles you. What you eat or whatever, that's not what the power is. He said he said what the files you is what comes out of your mouth and lot and lies and nasty stuff. Whatever. Judge mill stuff that Trey's been good at doing obviously for a long time. He's done it to me.
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Back in our eyes on Fayetteville, Saturday afternoon as Alabama, again, hits the road. They struggled the last time out at Texas nearly lost a game. They take on Arkansas team, they struggled with last year at home. Alex Scarborough had been writing about it and we'll be covering the game Alex Manny thanks for joining us. Give us your view on what this thing looks like as we get closer to Fayetteville. It's an awfully dangerous game for Alabama because you do have to go back to three weeks ago. I was in Austin for that game in Texas that really they somehow find a way to win that game, but every flaw on this team is revealed in the process, whether you're talking about mental mistakes, just overall, whether you're talking about defensive back play offensive line play, a lack of replay makers that receiver, all of that came into crystal clear focus in Austin and while the last two weeks, I'm surely have felt better in Tuscaloosa you have to remind yourself they're both at home and they're both against Louisiana Monroe and Vanderbilt and all due respect. The level of competition is not the same. And the thing I go back to is this Arkansas team while they're coming off a tough loss against Tex a and M they're very dangerous for two really key reasons. One, anytime you have a quarterback with the ability of a KJ Jefferson. Both in the passing game and in the running game, factor in his size. He is a problem to go against defensively. And then on the other side of the ball, Arkansas is sporting one of the best pass rushers in the country leads the country in sacks right now against an offensive line that I go back to having real concerns about how they're going to protect Bryce young. You get bumper pool and you get drew Sanders chasing after Bryce young all day and if he doesn't have an outlet it receiver, it could be, it could be a long afternoon and Fayetteville. That's 17 point line. It strikes me as really high because I do think this is a game while I'm not going to go out on the ledge and say, I'm picking Arkansas to win. It's a game that if I'm Alabama, I'm very concerned. You got to get out to a really strong start. Because the folks in Fayetteville are going to be going in that. Yeah, Alex, we look at these lines all the time. And as you know, last year, Alabama in three of those four SEC games on the road, lucky, lucky to win the auburn game in four overtimes, barely survived Florida lost to a and M and then had one really good game. And I say it all the time, you know, it's not like the two of us vote on what the line is. That's a betting that's a perception of the betting public or a combination of that. But those lines keep showing up though, don't they? They do. And it's curious. And I know a lot of lines aren't predictive necessarily of this is what we think is going to happen. It's what's to get people to entice them to bet. I think that's one of the things you have to step back and realize, but 17 points on the road for a team that again has real issues. I know Arkansas is not a perfect football team. I know there's a reason they lost to a and M and a and M I think is a flawed football team as well. And yes, they have injuries. And yes, I continue to have question marks. I like the receiver core, but the reason the game last year was so close in Tuscaloosa. Remember, Arkansas and loss by a touchdown in that game. Trail on birch was a big part of it. I think they had the pieces though. I mean, when you look at Alabama when they have struggled, it's really strong quarterback performance and their offensive line is an issue. And I look at Arkansas and I just say, those two things can very easily happen. And again, don't discount what the road environment we saw Alabama, especially the offensive line, and even will Anderson to a certain extent which we didn't necessarily expect. They withered under the pressure of an 11 a.m. pick in Austin. And I know that was a big deal game for a lot of folks in that town. And that stadium was electric, but don't fool yourself into thinking that it's not going to be the exact same thing and say it, they're going to be amped up and they have reason to believe that they can pull off the upset. So 17 point, I'm not a betting man anyways, but that seems a little rich for my blood. Yeah, I think the only thing I would say is that it won't be nearly a 100°. It's considerably cooler in Arkansas, but the one thing I am curious about Alex is we keep hearing from Bama people, they're going to be, they're going to have more compliments, especially at wide receiver. What do we know about that? Yeah, I know there's some optimism that a JoJo oral can come back. Maybe even a Tyler harrell, I'll believe it when I see it and I'll believe when they play. Are they a 100%? Like, I'd still like to see what they're capable. I'm not even sure I know what those two guys are capable of at a 100%. I'm optimistic that they can be difference makers in the passing, especially harrell and the speed in Alabama's missing that deep play threat that they've had the last few years whether it's Sheamus and Williams or jaylen waddle. You can't discount what that does to a defense making you defend all corners of the field, but I don't know that a guy walks in and immediately that's the issue.
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I don't know. I mean, he said he said a lot lately, so I'm hesitant to commit myself. I mean, I heard I'm most hung up on what he said yesterday because it's by far the most profound thing he's ever said on this show. I've gotten to where I can't listen to him and Tuesday really got my attention because he said, if I'm right, he said, I breathe people like me. And he wants more people like him on the show. I think he did say that, yes. That's the first thing he's ever said that I agree with him all. An idiot, three other idiots. Explain official on that one. If we were to get him out sooner, rather than wait till the end of the season, wouldn't that be more beneficial for the recruiting class coming up in the future season? I'm not sure right now I doubt sincerely that you're going to be able to turn too many players your way. I mean, if most players at this point and it's late have narrowed their list down to three or four or four schools, I can't imagine those who haven't committed or stole shopping around aimlessly. So it probably wouldn't make a big difference. And besides, even if you got rid of Saturday night, the second the game ended, you wouldn't be able to bring a new coach in until late November at the absolute earliest, maybe even later than that. There's an argument that the more time you have to look for a coach, especially with the chaos that is currently going on at auburn in the AD's position would be advantageous. But you don't need that long. I think the powers that be at auburn have a pretty good idea right now. They can tell you within two or three coaches who it's going to end up being. We'll take a short break and we are
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Welcome back here as we get ready for some more phone calls before more guests and let's talk to JC, who is up next in auburn. Hello, JC. In Alabama, hello, JC. Hey, Paul, how's it going, buddy? We're doing great. Thank you. Yeah. I just want to get your opinion on something. For foremost, you know, you do a great job and really enjoy listening to you. Thanks a lot. So how hard is it going to be for auburn to get another head coach? No in how everything is down there and I say that meaning toward like the border trustees because I feel like I think I speak for every auburn fan when I they're not going to let anybody come in there and take total control of that program. And that is the problem. And that hate to say it but that is the reason why Nick Saban and so successful because he has total control and auburn order trustees, Jamie Ryan, whoever. They're not going to allow that. And when do you think that's going to change? Well, it's a great question. JC, because it's because it's been an issue now for a long time. I would argue that while they have meddled, they are not alone in that. There has been great success at auburn. Tommy tuberville was very close to a mini dynasty of sorts. And he had the unfortunate fate of bumping into Nick Saban. But had Alabama made another clown higher tuberville might still be there instead of the instead of the Senate. So, and he was I mean, we all know his story. He survived the meddling of the border trustees. Except that he ran out of steam, but so I think there's good and bad, I know some of these people and they have made good decisions. I think it's easy to just throw stones at them. I used to argue in the past for all the criticism that Bobby lauder received. He did a lot of good things at auburn. And without him, pat dye would have never been successful. And I think die was the most successful and important coach auburn has ever had. So it has to happen now is whenever the change comes and it will be coming soon. Auburn needs a coach that understands the environment. And can win. And once you start winning, it's amazing what you can do. You know, Sabin had control from day one because he was a proven commodity. There are no Nick Saban's out there to bring in. Well, I agree. I mean, and that's why I can't understand, you know, auburn's got to get somebody that's familiar with SEC. Somebody that can recruit in the SEC and I don't understand why they went out and got, and I like Brian horston as they, as a person, I think he's a very, you know, very respectable guy. He just don't think he's. No, is what happens, and I'll defend the trustees here. The trustees did not want malo zone around as long as he was, and quite frankly, they were probably right about that. He should have never Mao zon should have never gotten that last extension from the previous president. And they should have and they should have never hired Brian harsh and I'm not saying that some of their suggestions were great, but I can tell you right now, Kevin Steele would not have driven auburn would not have auburn in the position that it currently is in. He understood the SEC. He grew up in the SEC, and he would have known how to recruit. Harsh and did not understand the recruiting of the SEC. And he still does now. No. And whoever does come in there, I mean, it's going to take, I think it's going to take quite a while to rebuild that program because I don't know if this is the worst it's ever been, but it's pretty good. I think I can tell you this. I covered Doug barfield last year at auburn in 1980. It was my first year in the state. And it's as bad as it's been since then. I will tell you that. Yeah. Yeah. And that's what I'm just worried about. I just hope that auburn can I hope they can get somebody that they're going to keep for a while because I mean, you look at, like you said, tuberville, we've been through Terrell, we've been through chiswick, miles on. Now is just like it's an ongoing thank you. The worst thing that happened to auburn, I think, is that pat dye pad Thai should coach another ten or 15 years. He had some health issues. He ran into an NCAA investigation and he was still a very young man when he was essentially forced out. I think auburn can come back. I've seen it too many times. Auburn has everything you need to be successful in college football. I mean, two of the two of the worst coaches in modern auburn history, one won a championship, and the other one, nearly one was 13 seconds away. So it can be done. And both of those happened in the era of Nick Saban at Alabama. Think about that for a second. Let's talk to Justin, who is in auburn, a hello Justin. Thank you. A couple of things I wanted to touch on. One being often, but first Tuesday, if I'm not wrong, did I hear Jim say that he breathed people like him?
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"On that state. Mike Griffith later and Jackie Sheryl will join us in the final hour of our program. And we appreciate all of you being here. And certainly a lot of folks who are normally here are likely not here today because of the power outages, but I know everyone's sending their very, very best wishes. We will continue. We'll get to guests in a moment. Your phone calls now at 8 5 5, two four two. 7 two 8 5 Mitch is in South Carolina and you are next. Hello Mitch. Hello, first this as you said, lift our priorities up for people in Florida. And fortunately, I think and kind of sort of in the backside as it coming up tomorrow. You have been pretty cool this week. I have light the way you have this quietly took your show back. Well, thank you. Thank you. You're not letting people tell you how to run your show. I just love the fact that you've put Jeff in his place yesterday. I've wanted to call it so badly. He contracted another producer. Yeah, and I think you know me pretty well, Mitch. I try to let people have their moments, but there comes a point in time when you hear the same thing from a guy like that every day and it's what I've done is what you would have done and a lot of people would have done. Well, and you do it in a way that is cool. You know, you don't land bastion, but you've got that sarcastic, and I mean, I've called sarcasm to have myself, so I know how it goes. And the call of the call at the gym yesterday. Do you let them know you wanted to listen to what Jim had to say? So you let him say it. You are reminded people issue shoot. Well, but you know what? Most of the complaints about the issue. I've heard before. And I'm not saying they aren't justified. And they probably are, but there aren't many programs that are on as long a period of time a week as we are. And I feel like we, you can't just put this show on at a specific moment and think you've gotten it all and a lot of times people do. And whether I really want to be or not, Mitch, I'm here for the whole show. And so I get to hear it all. I mean, it happens in my own house. I mean, my wife will say, how come you do this? And I'm like, whatever. I mean, you can't argue and say, well, you missed that or you should have heard this. You have to accept the fact that people are busy and they have other things to do. So they may grab you at any moment. So you try to do the best you count at any particular moment, but there are moments in a program where I think it's a good idea to let somebody say something or do this and if somebody doesn't like it, then we're sorry. And I have to thank you, I truly have to thank you. You put that in his place yesterday. Well, he's constantly everybody's going to be Clemson. Everybody's going to be good. Yeah, I listen. I mean, for South Carolina fan, except the fact that last year was probably your best shot. And you lost what, by 28. 30 30, I'm sorry. I missed a two point conversion somewhere. I have enjoyed you putting people in their place when they deserve it and you're letting people have to show whenever they deserve it. It's really been good this week. Thank you. Well, Mitch, thank you. Appreciate that very, very much. Let's check in with John boy in Texas. Hello, John boy. How are you doing, mister Paul? We are doing great. Thank you. Well, this long time listener first time caller and I was going to call him a gruff about gym yesterday, but that seems to be everybody what everybody wants to do. So do you remember a story about who's back in the 40s, I think, when grantland Ross and taco were heading back from the masters, vectors South Carolina, and they stopped James Joe Jackson's liquor store. I vaguely remember hearing about that, yes. Tell us, tell us again, though. Well, they were heading back from Augusta from the masters that year and this was several years after she was Joe got banned, but, you know, him and Ty Cobb, but buddies and they were coming back to Greenville South Carolina in the south of stopping his liquor store and he kind of cut the word is he didn't he wanted to play dumb like they didn't know who he was because they didn't want to talk to tyre because they had some kind of falling out at the end of their career, but I just thought, you know, it would have been a crazy place to be a fly on the wall or something like that at that store at that time with those three people there. Yeah, that's a great I'm going to go back and reread that John boy. Thank you for reminding me of an iconic story. Thank you very much. Dominic is in Jacksonville. And you are now, Paul. Dominik, haven't cheated. What's going on? Buddy. Yeah. I just want to call man. I've been listening to the show, and I've been busy down here in Florida storm, but I just want to call and let you know, I'm depressed about being able to buy. All the fans can see this, Paul, that he's not a great office according. Don't you think that groping the greatest college coach Nick's favorite could be the same thing? Dominic, you're thinking like a fan and not an analyst, coaches sometimes can't see what's right in front of them because they are a little bit too close to the sun. But all the he's the worst offensive coordinator since we had major Apple watch he doesn't put none of the athletes that in position that we have. You know, I would agree with you. I mean, when you think about when you think about mcelwain and kiffin and obviously lane and shark, I would agree. He is the worst one. He is the worst one Alabama's had since year one. Paul, I'm looking at, you know, I look at all the games. I'm looking at and I love my boy legend. He's right, man. Pete Gordon, if he was with another team, he had been fired. He had bliss. I lied about it. He's not, it's just like vanilla on both sides of the ball with all the elf and talent we have. Well, I'll be honest. I think we're going to lose out that we could be on the verge to get upset. This week, looking forward, looking forward to texting him and Tennessee is not no self. I think Tennessee can be this call. Dominic, I agree. I think it's a dangerous stretch. And Alabama goes out there and shows and knows what it's doing on the road, then we'll quit talking about that, but I totally agree with you on O'Brien. I keep seeing his name mentioned for a lot of jobs. I don't get it. He had a good stint at Penn State. He was a borderline disaster with the Texans and Saban threw him a life rope and here he is. We'll take a break, more to come. More of your phone calls right after this.
Rev. Martin Dunne: Two Instances Jesus Showed He Was Anti-Abortion
"At that time And just one little example this narrative oh you can't go to church you may get COVID And that's keeping people from being re centered as you admit you get re centered every Sunday on what's most important The truth our mission but these bullies by saying don't go to church on the numbers still haven't recovered from COVID There are so many people who are still blind to this outrageous behavior We need to stand up to these bullies exactly as Jesus consistently stood up to the pharisees Yeah Father another question for you Joe Scarborough who's a liberal commentator on MSNBC He said something absurd this week It's something the effect of you know Jesus never never mentioned abortion Well he may not have mentioned the specific medical procedure the death of a child by removing it from the womb But this is another thing you hear from the left all the time that oh abortion isn't mentioned in the Bible at all And I say to people again what Bible are you reading Am I Jesus welcome about the power of life all the time And the way the truth and what else did you what else do you need to hear Your thoughts on when you hear comments like that Well that's a good example of where I would get very angry the news That's where you see you're like a pro now That you tied it into the narrative from the stuff very good I'm sorry go ahead Finish your thought No you play their game You say okay you want to do this You want to play this tangle Okay there are two specific instances in the gospel where Jesus said literally the worst thing you can do is harm a child The one instance he said it was better if you had a millstone tied around your neck in your throne in the sea and another instance he said it was better if you were never born than if you hurt a child And even ACS scientists acknowledge all acknowledge that from the moment
Joe Scarborough: FOX 'Extremists' Act as if Al Capone Was Attacked
"Joe Scarborough is on the morning Joe very cleverly named show The morning Joe you know like coffee okay To be called the morning hemorrhoid In fact for now on that's what we will call The morning schmo show mister producer the morning hemorrhoid show And cut ten go And when I hear people talking the extremist talking about on cable news channels Come on collect your thoughts there witless He's trying to say Fox trying to talk about me Such a coward Go ahead That an attack on Donald Trump is an attack On them that's like saying an attack on Al Capone is an attack on them Wow Did you and the Mika Did you work on that one over breakfast and McDonald's Joey Let's say make a slow talking Joey Trying to fear Oh how component Remember this couple loved Donald Trump then they turned on And they turned on him That's like saying an attack on Al Capone is attack on the game I just hope the FBI goes through Micah's underwear drawer and closed closet one day But I have a concern mister producer that Joe Scarborough probably beat them to that don't you think
Caller: 'Schedule F' Is a Great Plan
"Touch, just to kind of reinforce what you were saying earlier. I heard about that schedule F plan. I guess it was maybe Friday. They talked about it on Steve Bannon. Joe Scarborough had somebody on MSNBC talking about it, but I think that is a great plan. I've been thinking about that for a long time and just hope now, but it's going to be implemented. And along with that, you mentioned about doing away with some cabinet departments, like the Department of Education, you know, I'd like to see that extend maybe some other departments that are unnecessary elected apartment of energy. I mean, I can think of the Department of Homeland Security. A lot of these agencies that need to be reformed from the top down such as the FBI, CIA, DoJ, all of that. But Todd, what concerns me and listen to the congressman is something else that I think the Republican Party in the upcoming elections needs to do when I don't see them doing it. And we're just talking about this Friday. I don't see a new contract with America like we had in 1994. It's not enough just to win the midterms and recapture the House and the Senate, but we need to dominate in the way we need to do that is I think to have a contract with America and have every Republican whether then Oregon, Oklahoma, whether you're in South Carolina or South Dakota to sign on to that. And I think it needs to focus on a few things. One, the economy, inflation, the southern border, energy independence, crime, and then lastly, the culture. And reaffirming our commitment to the constitution and the Bill of Rights. Because I voted for a lot of Republicans since 1980 and I can't tell you how many ones I've been disappointed in case in point most recently in 2020 with Tom tillis in two years before that was Richard burr. Well,
Mediaite: Trump Supporters Are Flocking to Gov. Ron DeSantis
"Media I describes it as an incredible Montage that featured a group of Arizona voters who except for one named Beverly, all said they wanted to see Trump sit it out next time. And they identified Ron DeSantis as the person they want to take over the party. Now again, I know that's going to be distressing to a big, big segment of this audience. It is to me, too. I mean, I admit I want him back. If he stays in good health, God willing? It stays as sharp and focused as he's always been, and I have no reason to believe he won't. The country needs, again. But that does not, I can not ignore the growing chorus of Americans who think he should sit 2024 out. He should be a kingmaker rather than the king. And the GOP nominee ought to be Florida governor Ron DeSantis. Should I play this piece from Fox News? I mean, I think we can. I mean, I think we will only because I want you to hear. Now, bear in mind, maybe this is a Fox News agenda. Joe Scarborough speaking of mediaite, they write a column, or they cover Joe Scarborough saying that it's pretty obvious to him that Fox News has left the Trump train. Instead, Scarborough says the largely conservative network that's how media is describing Fox News. Has started to throw their support behind Florida governor. Ron DeSantis.
Fighting the Pro-Abortion Cult With The Federalist's Sean Davis
"First guest of the day, cofounder CEO of that amazing website. We love so much. Great content there every day. It's the federalist and he's Shaun Davis Sean. It's been a long time. Welcome back. Thank you for having me. All right, gotta ask first. I didn't rehearse this. I was just looking at my notes. Have you seen Top Gun? Absolutely. Good. I just wanted to make sure because we could even discuss that. It has broken a billion bucks, wokeness is in trouble a $1 billion for Top Gun: Maverick in just the last couple of weeks. But let's stick on the topic we invited for you here today. Let's get the left reaction, the mainstream lying media's reaction to the announcement from Friday. This is this giant of a man. He doesn't even qualify as a rhino. Joe Scarborough cut 6. Even the language, there was a violence to the reasoning. We win, you lose. Yeah. We're taking away these rights, and there's nothing you can do about it. If somebody disagrees with me, please let me know where a court has overruled a right that's been in place for 50 years and done so in such such an aggressive manner with absolutely no grace and absolutely no outreach to their legal or ideological opponents. Sean Davis, the violence of this 70 page decision that I'm sure you have read as well as I have, the aggression, and the lack of grace. The left saying conservatives have no grace, your reaction. Well, I got to tell you that the side that has no grace is the one that refuses to recognize the humanity and innocent unborn babies. And they're the last people on earth that I ever want to hear that word come from. Ideologically morally, there's no real difference between abortion, which is taken alive. I think it's something from 60 million to 70 million babies over the last 50 years. In America, in America alone, 800,000 a year. Absolutely. Yeah. This, what happened on Friday is on par with the immense patient proclamation. In the Pantheon of American history, it is one of the greatest things ever to have been done in the face of unspeakable
Biden Admin to Pull Meal Funding if Schools Don't Follow LGBT Agenda
"The Biden administration will pull meal funding for schools that don't comply with its LGBT agenda right The Washington free Beacon These little kids especially those that can't afford lunches they and their parents and these school districts are not being blackmailed You either promote the sexual policies That are supported by the Democrat party but we're going to cut billions of dollars from the federal funding for the school lunch program Would that be tolerated if a Republican did that Would be tolerated if Donald Trump did that Are we going to hear from Joe scarp Show Scarborough and make it brzezinski Are we going to hear about the fascist Joe Biden No we're not U.S. Department of Agriculture's food and nutrition service announced it will prevent low income students from participating in its national school lunch program if their public school does not adopt the administration's interpretation of title 9 Which holds that the federal civil rights laws provision against discrimination based on sex includes designations of sexual orientation and gender identity Now obviously when it was passed title 9 I think it was 1971 or so It did not include gender designations or orientation Or self identity The move was originally reported by the center square
Dinesh Continues His Takedown of Bogus "Fact Checks" on '2000 Mules'
"Evidently, the subject of 2000 mules was addressed by Joe Scarborough and Mika brzezinski on morning Joe. Now the way this came about is that a reporter named Elise Jordan was in Georgia. And she was doing a kind of a focus group of Republican voters. And the subject of 2000 meals came up and these guys were pretty enthusiastic, but what I want to focus on here is the reaction from Scarborough because it really is revealing the kind of bubble that these people live in. They, in a sense, presume the truth of their point of view. They don't engage with opposing ideas. They were incapable of it. They're intellectually completely shut down. And so they think that by using terms like grift and conspiracy theory, they have sort of made a point, of course, conspiracy is do exist. By the way, I don't claim in 2000 mules that we're dealing with a conspiracy. I claim that we're dealing with a coordinated operation in which one guy is Zuckerberg puts up the drop boxes. Another guy Mark Elias, Stacey Abrams, fight to weaken the signature requirements, the mules are deployed, deployed by the nonprofits. So this doesn't necessarily have to be a single conspiracy directed by kind of a Don Corleone, the Democratic Party is full of various conciliar and crooks and thugs. And in some ways, people like Joe and Mika are a part of it. And so their job is to fend off any exposes that bring attention and evidence to bear on this kind of crooked democratic operation.
Joe Scarborough: Pennsylvania Republicans Want Results to Be Delayed
"Joe Scarborough had a conspiracy theory today and I'm not going to play it It's just so stupid even for him He says the Republicans in Pennsylvania the legislature specifically once these election results delayed Unlike in Florida in some of the other states so when they lose they could complain at its fixed As their winning early on Now the problem with Joe Scarborough is not only does he have a low IQ He doesn't know how to read he doesn't know how to research from his bungalow in Jupiter Florida with the misses The formerly meek brzezinski Now make a blazing ski Scarborough Chip off the old block there It was the Democrat governor and the Democrat rogue Supreme Court that changed the election laws of Pennsylvania In Pennsylvania as I said yesterday I grew up where I used to work the precincts we would know the results of the elections by the end of the evening Typically by ten or 11 at night We would know The changes came with the Democrat party in violation of the federal constitution Article two which we've talked about at length and the refusal of the Supreme Court at least four justices to take up the case We have now voter harvesting and Pennsylvania but it was never approved Were you have no signature verification that was never proved Were they expanded absentee ballots That was never proved
How Joe Scarborough Would Campaign as a Republican
"Meanwhile Joe Scarborough on the morning Joe Man's always quite rational Always makes a lot of sense don't you think He had this to say today cut 8 excuse me cut 6 go So Steve when I hear Republicans saying oh it's Biden's policies that have led to this inflation I know it's a lie But if I'm a Republican candidate and I'm campaigning and I say okay Steve I want to tell the truth On the campaign trail unlike all my other Republican brothers and sisters what can I blame Biden for As it relates to this as it relates to inflation And I'm asking that question because I ladies and gentlemen Scarborough saw more and more like Joe Biden Does he do you mister producer Absolutely incoherent And with a touch of illiteracy
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I used to get off and place department about 5 in the morning to go over watch my brother play at Arkansas on the marquee on the outside. I had Alabama to play Notre-Dame in the morning, Michigan state at night and beat them both. That's right. I don't know whether you ever saw the old restaurant, but it was good. And before I hang up, I know you got a lot of folks. I just want to tell you that some of this said about the pendulum swinging left and right and it comes back to center. Sometimes like politics, you can swing so far to the left that when it does come back to center, it makes what used to be left conservative. So one thing we've got to remember, but I just want to tell you about the whole post marquee house. I don't know we've ever seen it or not. 90 month restaurants say or not. It was kind of kind of revenue. And that was a great team of 66. I think it was the best thing we ever had. Personally. Yeah, Paul, we talked to thank you. We talked to Keith Donovan the other day who did the very famous book on the 66th season of the missing ring. Let's check out Richard, who was up next. Hey Richard, go right ahead. I agree with the guy that my statement about beating out her name and Michigan state in the same day and I'm going to see down not Alabama fan. But I saw in the papers this morning were two high school kids up in the northeast, 15 and 16 year old kids. Signed a contract to promote someone's product and this is a very early age and that's in the beginning. Yeah, again, it's not legal for high school players, but you're seeing it. And there is loose interpretation, but right now high school, what's happening in high schools would make some of us who lived in a different era. Blush, everyone, everyone always thought they were the craziest crew. But time has eradicated all that. Let's take a break. More to come. We have a lot to do here on the program. We'll talk more about the NIL in a few minutes with somebody who's involved in it. Alex Scarborough on something that you may not be aware of from ESPN, we're coming right back. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. Hey there, I'm Julie foudy from the podcast laughter permitted. We've teamed up with ally for all 7 seasons of our show because they take being an ally seriously. That's why they're also an official partner of both the national women's soccer league and the Players Association, where they've doubled down and become a major part of the positive change that fans and players are already starting to see in the league. It's another great.
J. B. Pritzker Doesn't Disclose Dems Never Cared About Women's Rights
"JB pritzker is a very wealthy man He inherited most of his funds He is a disastrous governor Disastrous governor He's a weird looking dude too but that's beside the point And so what happens at the morning schmo on MS LSD is they bring the reprobates because they are a conga line of repertoire hosts over there And they bring in a conga line of reprobate guests And pritzker is one of them JB prints What's this JB JD What the hell is the guy's name I don't know Anyway JB pritzker Man of the people no doubt So it's in the morning schmo And one of the dumbest people in the media and I'm telling you there's a lot of dumb people Mika brzezinski Scarborough Now of course compared to hubby Joey she's Einstein But compared to everybody else she's not She's a Einstein bagel So she's asking her About this leaked draft What are the consequences of this Cut four go What is this open the door too Well you know you're right to ask this question because this is far beyond just an attack on women's rights and women's reproductive rights in particular I'm not going to let this pass ever Women's rights and women's reproductive rights again a reminder A month ago a Supreme Court nominee somebody who's going to be on the Supreme Court would not define what a woman is Throughout the Biden presidency he's been at war with womanhood They have downgraded and degraded the whole idea of a woman
"scarborough" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Theme the lying corrupt perverse media Joe Scarborough and MSNBC today Watch how he spins us He's such a such a jackass Cut 6 go Maybe just maybe I know this radically even for some tropics of the United States Maybe the truth matters for once Maybe the truth matters finally And thank God we finally have a president Who's followed four presidents are three presidents who have caved the Vladimir Putin Thank God we finally have a president who is standing up to him It's just a joke His Comedy Central now the morning schmo show mister producer He caved to Putin all the way up to the time he invaded Ukraine He would not give the Ukrainians the weapons they need including harpoon missiles that would have saved Mara pulled or porch city in the slaughter of thousands Even held back on the stingers until it was late He won't He won't allow the MiGs to go in there Which is what the president of Ukraine keeps begging for So the point is the only way the Ukrainians win Is really not just our help the help of others and because of their grit But the cost is enormous And Scarborough says he's a leader The reason he has no ratings or credibility scar bar that entire disgusting carbon footprint of a network MSNBC Is because the vast majority of Americans disagree with him because the vast majority of Americans are good people.
Daleep Singh: Keystone Pipeline Is a Distraction
"Let's go to delete sing Talib Singh deputy national security adviser expert on all things Here's dalip at 7 go Does this situation in Russia and the need for more domestic production That's really nice Guys who's on with Joe Scarborough and Mika brzezinski Go ahead Do any pause and cause you to reevaluate the president's decision to cancel the permit on Keystone at all over environmental concerns No that's a distraction Willie Keystone is an oil pipeline is a distraction What do you need pipelines This is just incredible to me It's just incredible to me Do they believe this crap If oil pipelines were distraction if they weren't necessary why do we have them Why do we have them ladies and gentlemen Why did John D. Rockefeller create pipelines to begin with It's just a distraction We can move that stuff on trains and in trucks and it's a distraction folks Oil pipelines Why do companies want to invest in oil pipelines Because it's a distraction It doesn't affect anything Besides it would have been years away from completion you know Years away First of all it would have been completed by now but for the Democrat party And but for their advocates
Biden Calls Lester Holt a 'Wise Guy'
"Biden told left to holt the anchor NBC News, nightly news? He's being a wise guy for asking about inflation. And hey, I understand that's your job. To a soft network NBC couldn't be more friendly to a Joe Biden. NBC also is the parent company of MSNBC hawk. The Joe Scarborough show where they dump on Donald Trump and Republicans all the time. And Joe Biden couldn't handle a simple question from this guy about inflation. Is this a game show? Now let's remember that even Jerome Powell, that chair said we should retire this term temporary or transitory. So I think the word transitory has different meanings to different people to many, it carries a time a sense of short lived. We tend to use it to mean that it won't leave a permanent mark in the form of higher inflation. I think it's probably a good time to retire that word and try to explain more clearly what we mean.
Joe Scarborough Calls Capitol Police Spying on Congressmen 'Spot Checks'
"But Joe Scarborough to the rescue Joe Scarborough's head is so far up Nancy Pelosi But it's coming out of her left nostril Can you imagine that mister producer I Derek cartoonist to draw that Makes Mika jealous Cut 9 Go Now they're attacking capital cops Capital cops Attacking cops like a diamond jeez What are you gonna make yeah Go ahead Bring them to not seize because they're just going around doing spot checks This is really this hatred for law enforcement knows he needs to be subpoenaed He needs to be interviewed He needs to be deposed Under oath Hey look how they're doing That's all Taking photographs of the man's office spot checks taking photographs of his white board with his legislative agenda reviewing it over the weekend and coming back the next Monday three of them the question is yes a spot check spot checkers what's on your pants you
Joe Scarborough's Dramatic Reaction to Gov. Ron DeSantis' Ad Against Fauci
"Now if the highlight of your career was to be the incest banjo player on the bridge in the movie deliverance a rough movie And if you look at a picture of the kid on the bridge and you look at a picture Joe Scarborough they look like it's the splitting image one or the other is it not mister petition And so Joe Scarborough is on the morning Joe He sees the ad and here's what he says Cut 16 go It's stupidity in this one It's very strong I mean I thought I thought look how he does a dramatic reading The stupidity in the sky is a Harvard grad Served as country And watch Joe Scarborough a bottom feeding pathetic backstabbing punk Other than that he's a good guy Go ahead Years ago where the dumbest ads I've ever seen where he's reading Donald Trump bedtime stories through his baby Joe doesn't understand jokes because he is one He doesn't understand drugs because he is one Go ahead He's sorry that he did that now But this is just so stupid I could have your head so far up trumps you know what Remember that mister producer I'll bet he's sorry Joe is that he did So did your colleague there Mika Remember when the two of them Trump was deciding around Remember how they swabbed it all over Donald Trump mister producer remember America Oh yeah
Joe Scarborough Mocks Ron DeSantis Playing a Dope on TV
"Joe Scarborough goes off on Yale Harvard educated Ron DeSantis playing a dope on television. He says that it's a charade that there are conservative politicians and media personalities that despite their Ivy League education play dopes on TV. In what seems a deeply cynical play of phony populism that lies at the base of the Trump movement, rights Colby hall over at mediaite, while the segment did not entirely focus on Florida governor desantis, he got the most specific shout out by morning Joe rhino Scarborough Wednesday morning Scarborough said he plays so stupid this Yale and Florida this Yale and Harvard guy. They've got signs popping up in Florida that says make Florida America again, it doesn't even make any sense.
The Media Is to Blame for Kyle Rittenhouse's PTSD, Need to Relocate
"You know Kyle rittenhouse is going through treatment for traumatic syndrome And his lawyer one of his lawyers said this evening that he probably will have to move To another location that he's had threats made against him Again you can thank the American media for this The corporate media It is a it is a poison on this country I want to thank those brave young men and women who've covered Black Lives Matter and antifa who have gone into the teeth of these battles and these riots were the vast majority of the hosts sit on their fat asses In Washington D.C. and LA and New York These young people get paid next to nothing They go into these places they take real live on the scene video do interviews so clowns Like Nicole Wallace so clowns Like Joe Scarborough so clowns Like Andrea Mitchell so clowns Like chuck tied an on and on on the list is infinite Can sit back and give their opinions These fraudulent phony journalists
Tiffany Cross Tries Brainwashing Americans, Saying Truck Drivers Are Racist
"This is why the country is getting worse and worse in terms of division The people of this country would get along just fine but for the people who try and tear us to pieces They're trying to now brainwash everybody into this attitude Shocking Shocking And you know what I call it I call it the lowest farrakhan model Which is embraced by Tiffany cross and Michael Eric Dyson And cape fear and all the rest Regardless of the race Joe Scarborough But here's Tiffany cross On MS LSD on Saturday cut one go Well how can the industry be more welcoming Because I have to tell you I talk to a lot of truck drivers and preparing for this segment And most of these structures are people of color and they talked about hearing some of the racism over the CB This is again an industry populated by a lot of white men over the age of 55 This group of people overwhelmingly voted for Trump some people have talked about aggressive truck drivers cutting them off or not being helpful Who are these people Why didn't you give us names and interview them on the record You do know what video tape is right for television She spoke to people most of these truck drivers people of color In preparing her segment well where did you talk to them What truck stop
NBC Loves the Olympics yet Ignores Reporting Real-World Issues
"Joe Scarborough gets paid millions of dollars for relative handful of viewers In the network for which he works is owned by Comcast as his NBC This is a conglomerate NBC as I understand it mister producer do a Google and make sure I'm right about this If I'm wrong I'll correct It has exclusive rights to the television coverage Of the Olympics And pays an enormous amount of money for that Tell me if it were the 1930s would NBC be paying an enormous amount for exclusive rights to cover the Olympics in Berlin and Berlin in 1936 I think it would And I am correct Okay And with NBC be silent About the growing atrocities in Germany I think it would With Joe Scarborough be silent in all the great hosts on NBC and MSNBC Andrea Mitchell Would he be silent Maddow What other conga line reprobates are there I think they'd all be silent Just as their silent today
"scarborough" Discussed on Rusted Culture Podcast
"So today joe scarborough did a segment where he basically mentioned that everybody is entitled in this country to be an idiot and he's talking about the people that for whatever reason have chosen not to get the vaccine this whole thing about the vaccine and the rising levels florida A situation where they only have forty eight percent of the population. That's been vaccinated. They're they're seeing a spike in cova vid and this thing has spread like wildfire folks. And you've got a a governor down there to santa's who was ill equipped to deal with it. Who basically spends one percent of his time telling people to get a vaccine and the ninety nine other percent of his time is spent telling people that he doesn't want to go back to a lockdown. He doesn't want to wear a mask. It's like just focused on getting people. The vaccine i mean this thing is just getting out of hand and it with variant. That we've got. We just learned yesterday that people like myself that have had the moderna vaccine. I've had the two shots. If i were to get cova even though i would be. Acm the viral load in my system would be sufficient enough to give it to somebody who has not been vaccinated even though i have no symptoms. So i'm going to have to wear a mask essentially to help the people that have had no vaccine now. I'm willing to do that. I don't mind doing that. But i don't like to hear clowns out there like the santa's going on about how they're not going to wear a mask and all this kind of jazz. I don't mind wearing a mask to protect the people that haven't had the vaccine. I mean this is. This is something that we're we're all going to get through but it's insane. But here's what joe scarborough said this morning folks have a listen to this at this point. A lot of people getting really pissed off. A lot of people are saying what's with the unvaccinated. What's with his hyper individualism. That that that basically says. I have a right to do this. And it's joe biden said but no personal going along with that hyper individualism. No concern for their country. And what's in the best interest of their country. No understanding or recognition of jesus's words do unto others that which you would do under yourself. It's all i have a ride. In fact my house to in fact my community to kill everybody that that might just count come in come in inside of me and it closed tight room. I have that right. And i'm not gonna that's fine but at some point you know what we got to say. You can't work for the federal government if you don't have a vaccine you can't teach school if you don't have a vaccine you can't work in hospitals so the part where he said no concern for their country in what's in the best interest of their country and how they think it's all about i have a right to infect but folks let's just bring this up here so here. Here's an article. This is on the history channel It's been updated july twentieth. Twenty twenty one and it's entitled when the supreme court ruled vaccine could be mandatory so what happen between nineteen o one and nineteen three boston and cambridge. Which are pretty close together. Had a massive smallpox outbreak and decided to issue compulsory vaccination orders hoping to get to ninety percent herd immunity and although the vaccine order was compulsory with a fine. It wasn't forced so these people went door to door to try to vaccinate people. Can you imagine how that would go today. My god i mean i. Would you go door to door trying to vaccinate people. This must have been insane even back then so there was a man who fought not getting. The vaccine refused to pay the fine and took his case all the way to the supreme court who rejected his argument and folks. They said this. I'll put this up there and essentially what they're saying that The supreme court decision is that people really aren't entitled to be idiots here when the safety of the general public is involved that decision that they made the the supreme court way back then established a reasonableness test that the government had the authority to pass reasonable laws for the common good. So no people don't have they're not entitled to infect other people they don't have the right to infect other people they don't have the right to be idiots in that sense and then joe went on to talk about how different groups are mandating that their employees actually have the vaccine. And there's this article on nbc. On wednesday google became the first major tech company to announce it will require employees returning to campuses to be vaccinated. facebook followed with a similar requirement in net flicks. Also became the first major studio to require vaccinations for cast on all us productions and then governor andrew cuomo who as we know a democrat said his states one hundred thirty thousand government workers must be vaccinated or face weekly testing. So you know. We're seeing this trend here folks where people are kind of getting fed up with it. It's a free vaccine. For god's sakes. I'd go one step further on this. How about this. I'm just gonna throw it out there and saying how much longer until we hear insurance companies complaining about covering people who have elected not to get the shot. I mean i'm no friend. I don't love insurance companies just like anybody else. But how much longer do you think they're gonna sit there until they say. Hey listen you know. What if somebody's a smoker. We charge a higher premium. If you're deciding not to get this cova vaccine in the c. d. c. says that yes go out and get it and you're not gonna get where you're going to end up paying a higher premium or worse yet. We're just not going to cover you. If you get covert and i mean you could see something like that in medicare medicaid. I'm not sure but how much longer do you think it will be until we start to hear the insurance companies start to squeal on this until they decide that they're not gonna shoulder that risk anymore folks till next time thanks for tuning it..
"scarborough" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks
"And you know there's there's no point in in marketing Shutdown resort Then we've got customers who serve small business owners who have to travel to keep their job their company afloat right and so you. You layer layer that with also the the regionalized localized differences and mobility and An an shutdowns and things of that nature and so a created a very very dynamic situation where you know quite literally every single day we were in some ways still are but not not not not to a such an extreme degree evaluating where where. We're running what types of media were running in those markets and you know what is the efficacy of our efforts in You know a really good example of that as we We actually working with a a digital out of home partner. Who provide us real time. Dashboards on on on movement around Digital billboards across the country so we can see you know in this area you know in the running joke is the south right like there. There's a lot of activity. People are still out in about versus maybe northeast like they're seeing fifty percent less traffic than they were day over day or week over week. So the the the fluidity component to it was definitely something that we were monitoring really really closely. That's interesting well down south though with out of home you have to compete with jesus. There's there's a lot of church billboards down there i don't know about. I don't know how much to sort of evangelical are buying the digital out of home placements. But that's probably another topic for another podcast. Yeah interesting so you can look at avails based on for do digital out of home based on regions where yet down. South people are moving around interesting okay. Great so we're going to take a moment's break. I will be right back with justice. Scarborough to talk about the travel recovery talking with melissa roth. Senior manager with them and team lead for williams ad tech and digital media sub vertical melissa. Welcome great to be here..
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Football billy thank you billy lucci great to have your on billy lee joining us from texas. What one one last thing before we get to the break The concern by the people in birmingham and the sec media was exactly what billy just got through saying there. It interfered with a great event. And i think that's where some of the the uneasiness exist right now. We had to a break. Thanks bill appreciate it so much show. We're going to talk to many more people. Thanks on that show. we'll be. We will talk again. I can assure you. But but that that's the sec. As of a week ago. I can tell you absolutely knew. The story was circulating. I mean they. They knew about it from the real side. They they knew it was circulating in. The media is what i'm trying to say. There was somebody trying to get this story out. I can guarantee you that and i. It's somewhat remarkable. It took as long as it did to get out. Alex scarborough more on the story. Right after the listening to the paul. Finebaum show podcast from birmingham. Let's continue with more guests and we'll get your phone calls in a minute. Alex scarborough joining us. So he covered. Sec media days and covers a college football for espn. alex. Thanks for the time. Just quickly Your your thoughts on on a week. Where if it hadn't been for the. Oh you texas bombshell. What would have been the biggest story of media days. A good question probably would have been the news. Nick sabin broke before he got two days. Which was bryce Making an nfl money in the area of million dollars. I think that was at the news to me that broke through the most. We're waiting for that. I sort of megadeal to to show up. And nick went ahead and announced that but as he said. I thought i thought. Today i'd be sitting back and recapping a run of the mill sec media days and then What was that thursday wednesday thursday Everything changed. Yeah and and the most ironic thing alex as you. Well know you cover that team and others saving. Didn't even say that it media days the day before and i'm curious as someone who covers him in his around him a lot the idea he said it in front of a bunch of thousands of coaches then seemed indicate maybe maybe he wasn't sure it was going to get out. Of course he knew he was going to get out but and then the next day he had a rather on nick sabin like answer in relation to what he had said the day before. What did you make out of that. Yeah i thought it was interesting. Yeah i thought The timing of and the place in which he said it was an important piece of this. I don't think it was an accident. Getting out. Which i think is what you're alluding to. I don't think it's an accident that had happened in the state of texas where they had to. They've made a lot of hay in recruiting and they lost one of their best recruiters ingest thanks to the university of texas and they wanna make sure they have strong a good relationship with with coaches and players. And you know what better place to drop a bomb like that then then at the high school association then to come to to hoover. I half expected nick to say. I don't know why you're making a big deal out of all this Of him saying that but instead he kind of threw up his hands and said look. I don't know don't know what and i always gonna look like. I don't know what the portals gonna look like. I don't know i don't know i don't know. And that's not typically where he what he does and normally he likes to kind of set the rules make his stance known and everybody can react from there. But he's clearly a coach shoe you know got turned seventy years old and is it is still willing and able to adapt all these changes and clearly if guys like bryce young are able to have that kind of earning potential shows that not even name image and likeness seismic changes. That is it has the potential to derail alabama's football broker allison on that subject. We wanna use the word concern or worried in the sentence but we all know that that that doesn't work. When you're talking about nick sabin so i'll try to find a better way to ask you what. Why do you think he pulled back because sabin just clearly did not want to address what he had said the day before. Yeah i think he laments this new World were in you heard him talk about the lack of inequality that's going to happen lack of equality in the locker room and talking. About how college football has you know in his view. has been built on equality. And you know everybody gets treated the same. It's how you do on the football field that separates yourself and in the locker room. What is it gonna look like when you have one player making you know almost a million dollars and another player who you know. Make a couple of thousand might be making nothing I mean what kind of jealousies arise out of that. And i think as a coach there's some concern about how you navigate that piece of things. Now you could argue that things have never vinnie cooling college football and there's always been people who are more powerful in a locker room than other than other folks whether it's playing time or whatever you wanna look at but he's he's definitely looking this new world and saying okay. I'm going to have to deal with a piece of this. That i haven't had to deal with before which is money and everyone knowing what everyone else making it. How do i make sure all my players together I don't think that's going to be an easy thing to deal with. And i don't think he knows exactly how that's gonna work yet. Alex say as expected the surprising thing of the entire year alabama picked to win the sec. I don't know why we even have the poll but as someone who covers team lives in that area. What what are you most concerned about. If you had to be concerned in relation to alabama football this year. I think there are a number of things you look at and it's the same thing you you talk about every year. How do you replace the stars. Tattoo your place mack jones. We all know brush really talented. But until he's in that position where he's taken live bullets in game. What's how's he going to react. You don't replace jalen waddell. Devante smith and jerry. Judy and back to back years and think you're not gonna have any kind of drop off receiver you don't lose the kind of offensive linemen. They lost and just think. Oh we're just gonna keep strolling along now. Alabama's done that in the past And that's why they get the benefit out. that's why they're picked. I i think on paper georgia has every right to be i if they had that track record like alabama has of winning national championships in east. I think we'd be looking at georgia a lot differently because of everything they have returning with. Jt daniels and especially that defense all the starters. They have back all the town and the way they've recruited to me. Georgia is right there as well. And i think if you look what alabama has to replace and then the schedule. They've got to go through starting with miami that west. You know the juggernaut that they've got to go through trying to beat in. Am and lsu in an auburn in the same year I don't think it's necessarily straight path for them to the playoffs. But that doesn't mean at the end of the day. They're not going to be right there. Great stuff alex garbo. Espn we are rushing to a break because we have just gotten bogged down today with so much conversation about the obvious still a lot of time remaining in the show gathering we are coming right back to listening to the paul finebaum show podcast and we welcome you. Back here on Busy friday afternoon and great to have all the year. Let's get a call here from oklahoma and bill which up how are you good. How are you sir. we're doing great thank you. I think though you go right ahead are you there. Yes sir go ahead. Apparently we we were having some echo would vote. We'll try get bobak. Brian in oklahoma as well. We're getting a lot of calls from oklahoma. Thanks for for finding. You might wanna just bookmark this station. Good afternoon all we're doing well..
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I'm a former two division. Ufc champion bad. Mamma jam yes. He is and i'm ryan clark former super bowl champ be short follow new podcast wherever you can. We wanna talk intimate. We're gonna talk sports life which is going to have a great time. It's gonna be a ton of foot is going to be fun our c. d. c. r. is ready to roll guys that's dc and rtp. Follow wherever you listen to all your podcast. Not at all not at all. I think it's in fact if anything. It's heated up since Since news broke on wednesday because there was a time period. Where i think aggies kinda. There's no way this could happen. you know it's the stages of of they called the stages of grief. I think this is like the stages of aggravation right. they are just. There is denial. There was now there's right now. I still think they're in me. I wouldn't call it anger. I'd call it rage more than anything because with each thing that that kind of comes out. I think the the frustration gets it. We know what it's all about. It's all about texas being in the league with an ten years into a one hundred year decision when the aggies thought that in perpetuity. It can't be the same situation. That florida georgia south carolina in kentucky have kind of enjoyed. I think that's that's the root of it in terms of what's reasonable for them to be for aggies everywhere to be pretty Pretty upset about from the top down beyond that. There's there's a lot of different angles. We could attack this from well. Let's let's talk about what you think are the are the most important right now in terms of what if anything can take 'em do or are they going to get on board. I think they're gonna reluctantly get on board. I don't think todd just did if we're being perfectly honest and you know this. There's really not an option but to get on board. And and i think when the when the reality sits in that behave texas oklahoma coming The league if you look at if am really steps back all and aggies. I mean not. Just the the people on tech zags and the people watching today i mean the decision makers all the way up to food chain right up on through the top. Look if you'd have been playing. Ou you in texas every year for the last nine years. Instead of alabama and auburn their record would have been a hell of a lot better. This is a different. This is a different text zane and then what last the big twelve ten years ago. They're different in every which way they're coach by national champion head coach. He's gonna be five. Maybe six years into it by the time. These teams come in. And the other thing that i think aggies need to understand is the league's getting better. The league is getting better with this addition. It's it's going to be an unstoppable force at this point to me once. Oklahoma and texas became free agents. There were three on the market that weren't affiliated essentially with conferences. Throwing notre dame and and the sec. Got two of them but the final thing is different texas now. they've been down decade. They can't come in to a league that you've been in for ten years they're not gonna come in and be able to dictate things the way they did in the southwest conference in the big twelve. They're already going to have to give up the longhorn network. In my opinion. I think that will end up happening. They're gonna come in. They're not gonna sit across the table until alabama and florida. Georgia helpings are going to go and they wanna get the championship games moved to dallas. Sec media days moved to houston. I mean it's just not gonna work that way so it's a different texas. It's a different a an an and we can finally put to bed. The whole thing about them not meeting on the field. Let's talk about why you think they made this move. I think they made it. Because i think greg sankey was looking ahead do do i do. I would have liked to seen things handled differently. And we're getting different stories. I know everywhere about how much am was. Cut into the loop or not i can speak from certainty and say that it was. It was very little now. If you wanna get the other side of it to say well there's plenty of opportunities for them to kind of maybe figure out what was going on or maybe there was some you know word plague on and they should have figured it out that. That's that's an argument that i don't think we'll ever be settled but to me i. If you it's it's right now. I think it's go time for the. He's not the only thing they should have been worried about. The only thing they should be still frustrated with in my opinion is kind of the way it was handled as to the y. Look i think greg sang. He's looking ahead and he answered a question yesterday. Answering one question that we had for muse kind enough to come on for a quick question and i didn't think he really answered it. At the time. I thought he danced around it. I went back and listen to it again last night and he basically spelled it out he he is looking ahead to. He wouldn't say whether it was a six four sixteen team conferences whether it was to like. I don't know what you'd call a mega conferences whether it was keeping oklahoma and texas from going to the big ten and it was a strategic play. This was about money. This was about keeping the sec. Ten steps ahead of the competition. And if you hate it you hate it if you love it you love it. There's fourteen teams and fourteen of them should be pretty fired up about this including a m one of them should be pretty pissed off about it and that's am i am. I believe is in a weird position where they should be both right now because they made a lot more money today. The conference got stronger that they're affiliated with. They're probably not going to have to play. Bama every year again but at the same time i think the way it went down is is any stables. Not talked about it this morning. You know his phrase was the they got new guide a little bit. And i think that's exactly what happened. I don't think you would have seen the same type treatment to conference blueblood. Hold on a second. Because i want. I want you to explain how you think they were treated i. Well that's the big. That's the big mystery in the room. Here how how informed. I know today. It's a moving target. So i've got my em sources and they're saying that as recently as two days ago Greg sankey said that they there was nothing they need to be concerned about in the way of expansion and Throughout this thing. I've got an m people that that claim they talked to him directly and they were at almost every turn even the former president yang asking. Is there anything. Mo- moving in the way of expansion or things like that on the side. They'll tell you that answer was always know now. We're hearing from brett mcmurphy and other sources within the sec. That that wasn't exactly the case. So i'll be honest with you. I don't know the exact answer there but it sure feels like from where i sat up until very recently. They knew about it before wednesday..
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The pride passion than patron three of college football leaves keer these paul finebaum show our to podcast very good afternoon. We are no longer in alabama escaped. But what a week it was in hoover alabama. Sec media days always excited. We knew this would be fun. We didn't think it would going to be one of the bigger stories in modern. Sec history. but that's where we are on this friday as we head into the weekend. And there you go. Sooners longhorns on the verge making sec move forty eight hours ago somewhere laughing at it joking. Scoffing kirk bowls respected. Right or covers. Longhorns said this. I'm told probably only greg. Abbott governor could stop this move and logical mind would think he had to have known about this for some time in other words. The train moves down the stretch from oklahoma oklahoma state had a notion. Oh you in. Texas might leave. Just didn't know when thank thank you cowboys for checking in now you can go back to sleep. The pac twelve commissioner said not looking at schools would be foolish not to listen. We'll you my want. Hurry up mr commissioner. He's a new guy. I don't know. I love all these statements i mean. Where do they meet. Many believe this thing has been going on for six months if not a year. You're oklahoma and texas talking six months. Sec back-channelling so all these dueling statements. Today are pretty ridiculous. let's continue talking about. Hey remember this used to be the biggest story of the week. Who's going to win. Well maybe everybody knew who is going to win. So alabama is the pick in the west over. Texas am wasn't all that close made a run at it. Mad corral made first team all sec eastern division. Not close either georgia over the dogs. And please don't don't be shocked when i tell you that alabama was picked to win the sec championship. I hear i hear people going. Are you kidding. That must be a mistake. All across the country anyway. We really look forward to the next couple of hours when we will talk to so many different people and include your phone calls as well here at eight five five to four to six seven two eight five so among the people we'll talk to some of the people that have been reporting all afternoon long on these various These various stories. Billy lucci will be our first guest from covers texas. Am talk scarborough. Who covers the sec. In general also talk about the seriousness of where we are with kovin with dr catherine. O'neill she Is considered the preeminent voice in commissioner. Perry was covered the sooners. Pete dabble one of the top reporters in the country. And kirk balls. Who had the big story earlier today. So so okay. I mean we've made the long greyhound bus drive back so much. Let's get to your phone calls at eight five. Yeah we're punchy. Today don't mind does eight five five to four to seventy eight five. Let's get to the call. It gets them reaction from everywhere and pat. You are first up good afternoon. Bad bear with me. I cannot figure. I heard Maybe we can Figure out a way to get you on. But i can't find. I ever you ever you ever look at your computer. And you can't find your cursor. Just did thank you go. I heard today It's fantastic georgia's the win the east. But i wanna talk to you. Texas and oklahoma. You remember people saying where we say today remember when there was a southwest conference swell in a few years. Will we be saying remember when there was a big twelve conference Another thought is you. Got sixteen teams in the sec. That's that's a super conference. There will end up being maybe three and a half conferences the have gone to the pac twelve and another thought is could this be the other than March madness but this break up of of the big twelve perhaps be the demise of the ncwa. There's all sorts of pasta. Yeah i don't know. I said this couple of weeks ago about this was one of the most dramatic moments in the history of college football. This is even beyond that. Because i mean this is this happened in two thousand and ten and then we saw expansion but right now there are dozens of universities who are in the crosshairs They don't know what they don't know what's going to happen. And i encourage everyone. Don't get hung up on on these statements they don't mean anything The non denial denials me more than what people are actually saying but everything will look different when this is over and and. I don't think anybody today. Pat knows when that will be. Is it a year two years five years. But it's changing a now absolutely the one of the sticklers in my mind is is what the espn and texas do with the texas long for network that. That's well. I think that's an easy thing. Frankly let's look at it this way. Espn owns the longhorn network. It's it's been a challenge. That's benevolent okay. Espn's the sec network. That has been fantastic. And you just figure out a way economically to make sure taxes taken care of On what they will not be getting from the longhorn network and they'll probably be making significantly more money by coming over here so you just you just move them into the sec network you the only issue you have as you've committed a lot of things for them and maybe you find another outlet for some of the things that have been broadcast exclusively and with with the digital world being what it is today..
"scarborough" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"In january nineteen ninety. Six terry creek drove out to a secluded area of scarborough and took his life sadly he had felt.
"scarborough" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Psycho Joe Scarborough battering Florida did you get away with murder some people think Joe why do you believe god was so quietly and quickly exited all deals what's happening now a total nut job end quote first he's one firstly it is on a cold case there was an investigation and a determination suddenly trump's insinuation that his that this death was Y. Scarborough left office and quietly and quickly that's another lie Scarborough who is in his fourth term had announced he would be leaving for months before Lori's death third one I guess that on the biggest stage on Wednesday morning which I've done the past several weeks and I thank them profusely for the invitation it's a lot of fun I really indoor gym joy doing the conservative co host JD and yes he's a friend of mine and I love them dearly we just disagree a lot like brothers do sometimes I disagree with propaganda JD disagrees with fashion but in the end it's all gold in any event J. D. repeated one of trump in the state run propaganda ministries excuses for trump namely that he didn't die directly accuse Scarborough of murder he was just asking a question I would contend that is a difference without a distinction when you ask the question did he get away with murder yeah you're accusing that personal murder whether directly or otherwise as one of them having gotten away with it and most importantly whether it's a direct accusation Ormond plight or verbal cares question one is do you think this is in any way shape or form appropriate behavior for a so called president to be accusing people of murder based on a frigging Alex Jones Ian conspiracy theory and to be lying and calling it an open and shut case of cold case analyzing about the why the guy he's accusing of murder left Congress question two of the most important one is what do you what what you trump lovers are missing and I didn't get to this on Wednesday what exactly do you think trump is bringing up Joe Scarborough and Lori plus solution now right now now.
"scarborough" Discussed on KTRH
"K. A. Scarborough and a and we can't and the rest of the lineup of reprobate shirt that's accountability NBC news with this full Peter Baker and Chuck Todd that's accountability is this a joke I can't ability they don't police themselves let's go one shall we in the last decade the ugliest most cunning threat to journalism comes from leaders in different parts of the world no no no ladies and gentlemen the greatest threat to journalism today are the posters of journalism today they're destroying themselves they're destroying themselves some leaders have gone further and egged on their supporters to target and harass anyone they don't approve of in the media so another words Donald Trump the problem of the media today you see is Donald Trump fighting with them no course they attack attack lie and lie and smear and character assassinate and now they have a Republican president who fights back and now he's threatening freedom of the press my god I can't tell you I'm so thrilled I wrote on freedom of the press it exposes all of this it really does even though it's a year old now president trump now you know it was coming here came.
"scarborough" Discussed on WSB-AM
"At Lana's news and talk. Sean Hannity righty one ninety five point five W. as being by renters warehouse. our next our final news roundup and information overload our river sharks in your current MSNBC co worker Joe Scarborough is my former congressman and when Joe Scarborough served in the Congress he had quite a bit to say about your contribution to the national discussion it wasn't a hundred and sixth Congress the Joe Scarborough filed a house concurrent resolution to seventy entitled condemning the racist and anti semitic views of the Reverend al Sharpton Mr Scarborough's resolution began by saying where as the river now Sharpton has referred to members of the Jewish faith as blood sucking Jews and Jew **** so my question to you is does Mr Scarborough's assertion that you said these things is that true or did you not say those things. they are patently untrue I never said that okay and can I finish my answer no it's actually my time but you will be what what I thought you raise the question so the next question and I answer the question I can comment this is where Joe Scarborough then wrote whereas the river now shortened his referred to members of the Jewish faith as white interlopers and diamond merchants have you ever referred to members of the Jewish faced as white interlopers or diamond merchants also. I referred to one in Harlem in individual who I didn't even know was Jewish as an envelope and said I should never referred is race Mister Scarborough continued whereas the river al Sharpton led a protest in the crown heights neighborhood and March next to a protester with a sign that read. a white man is the devil. your March next to a sign that said I have no recollection of that I've watched and on many things with there was signs that I did or did not agree with Mister Sharpton have you ever for African Americans who disagree with you as cocktails that I have..