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Fresh update on "schumer" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"Washington D.C. we go. And Nancy Lyon, say there Nats. Thanks, Tim. Plenty of pomp and circumstance today as President Biden meets with French president Emmanuel Macron, Macron ahead of today's meeting had expressed concerns about America's recently passed inflation reduction act offering green energy subsidies. He feels that will siphon investment away from Europe. Today, he sounded satisfied that the U.S. is willing to talk about it. We agreed to re synchronize our approaches on genders in order to invest in critical emerging industries, semiconductors, batteries, hydrogen, everything that is absolutely decisive because as a matter of fact, we share the same vision. Again, Macron speaking through an interpreter. With a December 9th rail strike deadline quickly approaching senator Chuck Schumer says he's working to pass the two measures approved yesterday by the house. One implements a tentative deal reached earlier this fall, another would provide 7 days of paid sick leave. I support paid sick leave. My democratic colleague support paid sick leave, and we want to see it included in the package. We hope some of our Republican colleagues will join us. Schumer says forcing workers to choose between their health and their livelihood is unacceptable. Republicans are not expected to support expanding sick leave benefits. Today, the Supreme Court says it will hear arguments on President Biden's student debt forgiveness program in February, but says it will block its rollout until then. At the World Cup, underway right now, Japan leads Spain two to one and Germany just scored and is now ahead of Costa Rica three to two. Earlier today, Croatian, Belgium played to a drama Morocco defeated Canada. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Nancy Lyons. Thank you so much for that update and Nancy Lyon. Instead of I can Carol NASA we're live. At Stanford's graduate school of business, let's go now to Charlie pellet for an update on
The Irony in Chuck Schumer Celebrating Hakeem Jeffries
"Chuck Schumer on the floor of the Senate today And there's a great irony that's lost on his statement Let's see if you can pick it up See if he can figure it out American mister producer Let's see if you can find it Cut ten go Hakeem Jeffries elevation is House democratic leader is as turning a point in the history of the United States is a turning point in the history Police he didn't say erection this time mister Matisse Let's start over just for the fun of it Go Hakeem Jeffries elevation is House democratic leader is as turning a point in the history of the United States is a turning point Reading is fundamental you idiot Go ahead Let me say that again A khakim Jeffries elevation I have an excuse I have a left eye that's screwed up In fact tomorrow I'm going in and get my monthly needle in the eye because I have slow leak from a hemorrhage in the back of the left retina So actually when I'm reading stuff depending on what time during the course of the month it is it's blurry So if I have very little fonts it's very difficult for me to this guy There he is diving he's reading Let me start over Cut ten start over Go Hakeem Jeffries elevation is House democratic leader is as turning a point in the history of the United States is a turning point In the history of the United States let me say that again King Jeffrey's elevation as House democratic leader is a turning point in the history of the United States Congress Why Never before Good As an African American leader or any leader of color held the top position for either party in either chamber With yesterday's vote on respect for America Now let's just stop there You see the irony mister producer Chuck Schumer is a white guy
Fresh update on "schumer" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News
"Expected to vote soon on a bill to avoid a nationwide rail strike. Majority leader Chuck Schumer wants lawmakers to stay in Washington until they hash out a deal, warning a strike would have crippling consequences. The consequences of an action would be severe. Unsafe drinking water, unusable gasoline, shuttered power plants, and a crippling shutdown of passenger rail across the country. The unions want more paid sick leave yesterday, the House voted on a measure that would guarantee workers get 7 days. Russia's war in Ukraine tub today's agenda at The White House where President Biden met with French president Emmanuel Macron. At a news conference alongside his visiting French counterpart, the president said he's not interested in speaking with the Russian leader. I have no immediate plans to contact mister Putin But mister Biden clarified, he would engage in talks if Vladimir Putin were intent on discussing an end to the war. If that's the case, it consultation with my friendship and my NATO Friends. I'll be happy to sit down with Putin to see what he wants has in mind. French president Emmanuel Macron said he would speak with the Russian leader to discuss the safety of nuclear power plants. Stephen portnoy, CBS News Washington. Meantime, The Pentagon plans to increase training for Ukrainian soldiers. Your CBS David Martin. If The Pentagon proposal is approved, the U.S. Military would start training some 2500 Ukrainian soldiers a month at bases in Germany. The new training would teach Ukrainians the battlefield art of conducting combined arms operation coordinating ground maneuvers by infantry and tanks with artillery fire. We're seeing new numbers on inflation. The government's personal consumption expenditure index the preferred inflation gauge of the Federal Reserve rose 6% in October from a year earlier down from 6.3% in September. The core rates dripping out volatile food and gas prices also grew at a weaker pace, and that's key for the fed, which is worried about inflation getting sticky across a range of categories, like rent, medical care, and other services. The report will be a factor in the fed's meeting this month and odds are leaning heavily on Wall Street for a half percentage point rate hike at the meeting. CBS is Jason Brooks reporting. The world's largest active volcano may now be threatening a main highway in Hawaii. CBS Jonathan vigliotti is watching it closely. Mauna loa continues her fury, two active events are shooting fountains of lava into the air and feeding glowing rivers of molten rock down the mountainside. State officials are asking people to stay inside to avoid breathing all those harmful gases. The Dow is down 155 points this hour, this is CBS News. This hour's newscast is presented by rocket mortgage. When you need cash out of your home and a simple way to get it, rocket can. 1203 at the Bay Area's news station
Five Republicans Stand in the Way of Kevin McCarthy
"You know some of you might be wondering although I haven't heard it but you might be wondering Mark why are you so frustrated and unhappy with these 5 conservatives Who are saying they won't vote from McCarthy Folks There's two reasons for this One is they don't have anybody to defeat McCarthy This is all drama And if they screw up you could wind up with a Democrat speaker Or a speaker who's incredibly moderate with a few of the moderate disloyal Republicans throwing in with the Democrats So it's a stupid game to play when you have no plan B number two an equally if not more important This lame duck session is dangerous Mitch McConnell is working with Schumer to try and push through a massive omnibus spending bill and then a massive debt ceiling increase with the support of the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal This is what he does I know what he does This is what he does So while these 5 are stirring the pot and telling us they're going to get some really great concessions from McCarthy while I'd better They sure as hell better They want some of the chairmanship and committees All this inside baseball crap means nothing to me
Fresh "Schumer" from The Dan Bongino Show
". The U.S. Senate will be voting soon on whether to avert a rail strike. News is next, but first the WLS weather channel forecast. Today, mostly sunny skies, high of 35 tonight, a few passing clouds, low of 26 tomorrow mild and windy high of 51. Right now we've got mostly sunny skies that'll hear 33°, 33 at midway 34 on the lakefront. The Senate Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer announced that a vote will vote to avert a rail strike
Steve Cortes: The American People Know We're in a Recession
"Is in a really tough spot. I believe that they played some games with the fed over the summer and early fall to cushion the blow ahead of the midterms. I think that everyone knows that we're in a recession, but I think there was some games also done, obviously with the strategic petroleum reserve to try to get gas prices a little more manageable because Steve, this midterm election should have been much more focused on the economy than it was, right? I mean, it shouldn't be a four seat majority. It should be a 40 seat majority given the economic catastrophe we're living through. Yes. And by the way, to that point of whether or not we're in a recession, according to CNN polling, not exactly a right wing organization. 75% of the American people say that we are in a recession right now. So the American people know this. People on Main Street regular folks know that we are in a recession. You know, whatever academic debates, the corporate media and The White House want to engage in the American people know where we are. They know where things are in their own lives. They know that real wages, meaning your income adjusted for the things you need to buy in your life, real wages have declined for 19 consecutive months. That is the worst streak in all of American history. You are working harder to get poorer every single month. And the American people clearly know that. To your point about the fed, look, the Federal Reserve is every bit as complicit in creating this inflationary madness as is Joe Biden and the Congress, you know, particularly Schumer and Pelosi. All of them share in the blame here. Now the fed I will at least say this to its credit. It seems to have found religion, but very conveniently largely after the midterm elections. So for example, just this past weekend, the president of the St. Louis fed bullard made some very aggressive comments about how much the fed needs to raise interest rates to try to rein in this inflationary madness that the fed fed chief themselves helped to create. Now, he's very late, but better late than never. And I think the fed finally has come to grips with the crisis that they help to create. And
Fresh update on "schumer" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Has ever against Russia's brutal war against Ukraine. We talked a lot about that in our bilateral meeting. And we'll continue to strong support for people in Ukraine as they defend their homes and their families. And their sovereignty and territorial integrity against Russian aggression, which has been incredibly brutal. Through an interpreter, president Macron also addressed the 9 month war. The Russian war effort is very much targeting the civilian infrastructure, bringing even more violence to try and make the Ukrainian people desperate. Russian troops have been targeting key infrastructure lately, knocking out access to power, water, and heat ahead of what's expected to be a brutal winter in Ukraine. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer says the Senate can not leave until a complete work on legislation to avoid a crippling rail strike, but CBS Scott mcfarlane tells us the Senate has no timetable on voting. It would be catastrophic to let rail workers strike in a $2 billion a day hit the economy occur
Rep. Ken Buck: The Left's Hypocrisy on Free Speech
"So I know this matters to you deeply even speaking about this for a long time You were certainly no Johnny come lately on this specific issue but the new public square unfortunately congressman are these applications Twitter Facebook it's how people get information It's how they exchange information so when you have a company say like an apple who has a monopoly over that App Store they what they say goes They don't want you on that store the boot you off like that When you have them threatening or canceling companies like parler off the App Store and at least according to Elon Musk threatening to kick them off Twitter I thought the left used to care about this kind of stuff Congressman monopolies and big business and stuff like that what happened Well you know I think that the left cares to a certain extent and the right care is to a certain extent we haven't got the bills through Congress because Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer don't care We have three bills on the floor two weeks ago And they passed They passed with 39 Republican votes and they passed with over a 180 Democrat votes So we have been able to pass some antitrust legislation but you're absolutely right The left has this sort of hypocrisy when it comes to free speech On the one hand they want to be able to speak freely and they don't want us to be able to inhibit their speech when it comes to gay rights or other issues that the left cares about gun control but when it comes to speaking the truth about vaccines or COVID or the origins of COVID or as Elon Musk is pointing out the New York Post story and other issues they absolutely want to shut down what the right has to say
Fresh update on "schumer" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Chairman Powell behind us in front of us, payroll stator coming up tomorrow morning. This is going back. Now with the latest news from New York City and around the world, here's Michael Barr. Tom Lisa John Congress is scrambling to avoid a catastrophic shutdown of the nation's railroads. The House voted yesterday to block a strike by railway workers in a separate vote, it also approved 7 days of paid sick leave for workers, both bills now head to the Senate. If the Senate does not move quickly, the impact would be devastating. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer. The working hard to get something done and to try to get it done as quickly as possible. A strike would disrupt the supply chain and drive up the cost of everything from gas to groceries right before the holidays. Peter Kennedy is with the brotherhood of maintenance of way employees division. He does not support President Biden's decision to let Congress decide the labor issue. I disagree with his call on Congress. And because it takes away our ability to strike more or less. Kennedy, however, does support the issue of sick days, which is close to the heart of many freight railroad union employees. A U.S. appeals court has rejected the Biden administration's request to reinstate the student debt relief plan. Loyola law university professor Lori Levinson says the next stop is likely the Supreme Court. I think that the Biden
Biden tells GOP his hopes, gets stiff response from McCarthy
"President Biden says he's hoping both parties can work together on several issues as the GOP prepares to take house control. After the president hosted each party's top two lawmakers, chief Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer came out of The White House enthused. There was goodwill in the room. The president says he'd like both parties to join forces on keeping the government open, helping you crane and avoiding a freight rail strike. And we're going to find other areas of common ground I hope because the American people want us to work together. The top House Republican Kevin McCarthy says they also want something else. I think America likes to check and balance, saying that's why Democrats lost the house. And the man had lined to be its next speaker is serving notice. Come January. I think the administration got a indication is going to be different. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Biden hosts congressional leaders on lame-duck sprint
"President Biden has hosted Congress's top leaders at a bid to lock in more legislative wins before a Democrats lose house control in January. We're here to get work done. The president sat at the head of a table facing top Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, along with GOP leaders, Mitch McConnell, and Kevin McCarthy. There's a lot to do, including resolving the train strike. A potentially crippling freight rail strike next week. It's not an easy call, but I think we have to do it. The economy is at risk. The president is also where Jay legislation to avoid a government shutdown next month and pushing for it to include more funding for the COVID-19 response and Ukraine. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Matt Palumbo: Liberals Exploit Crises to Their Advantage
"You know this whole great reset crowd The Klaus schwabs of the world are these globalist crowd They all have the same agenda It's not complicated They want totalitarian top down government Shut up and take your vaccine and we'll tell you where to go to work and when and shut your pie hole crap These crisis every time you see a crisis financial Like you said the George Floyd riots They're always there to take advantage of it And every single solution involves the exact same thing More government more mandates and that's why you don't see any of them speaking out about the riots in the protests in China right now Oh it's amazing the extent to which you'll use literally any crisis to justify any policy goal I mean the most recent example was with Chuck Schumer where you know we're in a situation where we appear on paper and have a low unemployment rate but it's really just because the labor force is so small that it looks that way And I think something like one third of America is out of work And instead of boosting participation rates Chuck Schumer goes well this is why we need to naturalize at least 11 million illegal aliens Now obviously that's the most insane perspective where when you have a tight labor market you want to see wages rise in that kind of thing But it's always used for the liberal agenda And yeah these people don't actually profess any of the beliefs They claim to you I mean you're using the example of their opposition to big money Obviously not when it's in their favor And I mean so I guess be it another point to the ground they profess things like diversity and we need more women candidates more minority candidates And obviously they're not supporting Sarah Palin or anyone like that So yeah it's all for talk And I think we all kind of know that none of their values are really the professed values early real It's just sort of tools to get power We see this actually a lot with the campaign against Elon Musk's advertisers where they claim you know we're against misinformation and harmful misinformation And I mean I can't think of anyone who spreads more misinformation in the left And that's actually what Twitter was sort of known for before Musk take over was amplifying complete nonsense liberal narratives without any fact checking whatsoever
Ben Shapiro: What Is the Celebration Paradox?
"There's something that folks call online to celebration paradox The celebration paradox is essentially when a person on the left says a thing And they said they say it in celebratory fashion And it's good It's a good thing And then you say well you know I don't like that thing so much And I say how dare you even notice this thing You're not celebrating And if you're not celebrating it this means that you're super bad If you've been mentioned that it's happening this means that you are super bad There's a great example of this Chuck Schumer who is going to maintain his majority leader status thanks to Republican underperformance in the last midterm election Chuck Schumer he was talking about why there needs to be a Amnesty for 11 million illegal immigrants And the case that essentially he made was the great replacement theory So the great replacement theory is this theory that basically there are people who are purposefully bringing in folks from south of the border to replace people who are not being born in the United States in an attempt to change the demographics of the country And that's considered a racist theory because after all the idea that there are people who are who are being shipped into the country of different races and ethnicities and that that's going to change the demographic make up the country and therefore the voting base of the country If you oppose this this means that you are a racist
Rep. Andy Biggs: The Priorities of a Republican-Led House
"And then what do you want that fight to look like What should the priorities of a Republican led House be So the first fight is you've got to use every tool that you have So you have to leverage to reduce spending because that attacks with attack inflation You have to leverage to reduce oil and gas prices And because that would help all Americans get back to living their lives the way that they would like to live them But then you also have to do things that bring the border close the border with these guys want to have Amnesty Chuck Schumer just said basically said he actually advocated the replacement theory today or yesterday without even realizing which we were told you're terrible if you say but he can say it Weird world we live in congressman But yes historic carry on could continue talking about the priorities So you're dealing with the policy side but that's going to take leverage to get there And so you need a speaker who's going to have the courage to use those leverage points Then on the other hand you've got to hold them accountable like the judiciary and oversight send them both of those committees And oversight we announced yesterday we're going to investigate Joe Biden using evidence that we've already been receiving and from whistleblowers And Jim Jordan is probably going to be the chair of judiciary And we're working on the DoJ And the FBI and how they've been weaponized to attack for political purposes Their political enemies I mean this has got to stop and that and Jim is told he told the public yesterday and he told me privately told others privately that means we're going to follow wherever it leads to to reveal what the DoJ and the FBI has done to abuse their power against their political opponents And those things right there that has to happen And then of course you have to do COVID You have to get to the origins of COVID You have to do that
"schumer" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Were just talking about the beautiful picture. I tweeted of you and speaker Pelosi and John and I had San Francisco sexy liberal. Remember we all smushed together in a little love. I love hug. I was just saying, you know, I'll say, I'll give you your roses in public Stephanie. Thank you so much. I mean, if not for you, we would not have had experiences like meeting the amazing Nancy Pelosi. I know right. Yeah, right? Oh my God, what a rockstar, right? Do you remember that night? I was saying to John, remember you could hear a pin drop in that theater when she spoke. Like, you know what you were saying? You don't know what leadership is until you see it. Do you experience it? It was just, right? To me, there's the most important thing about the January, one of the most important things about the January 6th hearings is getting to see that footage of her and representative Clyburn. And Chuck Schumer senator Schumer, being leaders. Yeah. Yes. Doing the thing that nobody else was doing. Yeah. I'll say it over and over and over again. When Donald Trump abdicated his responsibility as president of the United States to stop that riot to take over the United States government, we had a madam president. Yeah. I don't know if you heard the caller from Georgia just talking about, you know, running into a trumper that said, I wish Nancy Pelosi had been home and I wish she, you know, and I just, I don't know what percentage of people are just horrible in this country, but I have to hope these midterms told us what we say all the time, that there's more of us than them. Hopefully it is not that high of percentage of people that are just horrible beyond any partisan labels. Yeah, absolutely. And I think that that percentage of horrible people, there's a percentage of that that are crazy, you know, that are incapacitated in many ways. And then there's a percentage of that that I think had they not been given permission, a permission structure by Trump. Had they not been the head bully in chief who made bullying and kindness, you know, bullying is a good thing and kindness is the enemy. In general, civility is a problem. Like they wouldn't behave that way. Yeah. You know, I don't know what would happen in their hearts, but they wouldn't behave that way. And that's the fact that we've thrown, we've allowed civility to go. And I look at Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy, the leadership, at least currently of the elected officials. They've had nothing to say about that. Yeah. No. Yeah. I don't know if you saw the big announcement at Mar-a-Lago. Kathleen madigan was on yesterday
Chuck Schumer Calls for the Senate to Focus on Amnesty for Illegals
"So Chuck Schumer emboldened by the Democrats holding on to the Senate wants to grant Amnesty to every single illegal who broke the law to come into the United States of America. Here's cut too. Here he is, your Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer on the issue of illegals and Amnesty. Now more than ever was short of workers, we have a population that is not reproducing it on its own with the same level that it used to. The only way we're going to have a great future in America is if we welcome and embrace immigrants, the dreamers and all of them because our ultimate goal is to help the dreamers but get a path to citizenship for all 11 million or however many undocumented. There are here. And we will be pursuing that in the next Senate. God, help us. God, help us.
Senate Faces Continueing Resolution Battle
"So senator, when we turn our attention to the end of the year, I would have supported the same sex marriage bill. I don't know whether you did or not, but it's going to pass. And that clears one thing. You need to continuing resolution. I don't want one that goes much in the next year because I want the Republican majority in the House to be an equal partner with leader McConnell and the caucus and Chuck Schumer and his caucus. What is going to happen here? Is there going to be a CR short CR or a long CR? Well, that is going to be the challenge right now. We've not heard. This is one of the frustrations that we have as a conference is that none of us have seen any of the appropriation bills. In fact, the final number for appropriations have been said, Chuck Schumer is not brought a single appropriation bill. There's 12 of them, not one of them is even come to committee this year and he's trying to actually form a an agreement behind the scenes. We're literally the Senate would never see it even in committee until this time for final passage. Well, just say now, right? Until next year, that helps us with leverage significantly to be able to get things resolved. But if we see an omnibus, it's going to be something completely negotiated behind the scenes that none of us ever saw. Does
Same-sex marriage faces Senate test with GOP votes uncertain
"Senate Democrats are moving forward with legislation to protect same sex and interracial marriages Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is holding a test vote today betting that at least ten Republicans will vote with all 50 Democrats to move forward with legislation to ensure that same sex and interracial marriages are legally recognized nationwide The bill has gained momentum since the Supreme Court overturned the federal right to abortion in June and an opinion from justice clarence Thomas suggested that an earlier Supreme Court decision protecting same sex marriage could also come under threat if the Senate votes to move forward with the legislation a final vote could come before the end of the month while Democrats still control the house Donna water Washington
GOP Sen. Scott mounts long-shot bid to unseat McConnell
"Following the midterms both parties in the Senate are gearing up for the new year with Democrats remaining in the majority majority leader Chuck Schumer is celebrating the midterm results We had a great happy and spirited discussion in our caucus Democrats are ready and eager and united For the Republicans Florida's Rick Scott is mounting a long shot bid to unseat the minority leader Mitch McConnell I have the votes I will be elected The only issue is whether we do it sooner or later Scott's unexpected challenge to McConnell comes as Republicans are wrestling over a lackluster performance in the midterms when the party out of power historically sees significant gains Ed Donahue Washington
Where Did Republicans Go Wrong on Tuesday?
"Put you on the spot here. Did you predict a red wave? I did. Yes. And I was wrong on the extent. No, I don't think I'm going to be wrong directionally because I do believe that the house takeover is practically a certainty. And I think the Senate take over by the GOP is still likely. But yes, I overstated in my projections. I believe, for example, the setup is going to get to 54. I do think we're going to get to 52. We'll see in the coming days. But yes, I was too optimistic and part of that Dennis is my background, of course, is in finance as a financial marks for 25 years on Wall Street and a trader for some of the biggest heights funds in the world. And when I look at the economic situation right now, how dire it is, the absolute mess that Joe Biden has made of this economy with this complicit Democrat runs on Capitol Hill. I thought that was enough to produce a really outsized way as it turns out it wasn't. It was enough to produce a reversal and that's important again. I also think that there's a little too much mashing of teeth and wringing of hands right out on the right. We didn't do as well as we wanted, but we are taking power. We are going to take back the apple away from Nancy Pelosi and all likelihood. I think we're going to take the majority of leader status away from Chuck Schumer. That is to be celebrated while at the same time being for a second about what we did right and did want in this election.
Leo Terrell: 'Not 100 Percent Happy but Happy' After Election Day
"Leo you know we love having you We really appreciate you coming on every few weeks or once a month or so It means a lot to us The audience really loves you We always include you on the Sunday specials as well On the podcast So your thoughts on the election a couple of things I'd like you to comment on first The knives out for president Trump seem a little bit ridiculous His candidates did quite well He was one of the few presidents of modern times to win Pennsylvania It just seems like the infighting in the GOP The Democrats don't do this as much as we do It's kind of sad to see Dan let me tell you first of all I wanted more but I'll take what we got on Tuesday What did we give We're going to kick Nancy Pelosi out of office as speaker That is big news We're within one seat from Guinea majority in the Senate and Chuck Schumer out And that means all hands on deck for Herschel Walker so we can win that seat because we win that seat then we control the House and the Senate and then we have a major bargaining chip against the Biden administration against the progressive left wing plan and we don't give in until we get some form of border protection We don't give in We get the right investigation So I'm not a 100% happy but I'm happy Regarding Trump
Rep. David Kustoff: Predictions for Tomorrow's Election Results
"This could end up shaping to be another 1928 election cycle for the Republicans where back in 1928, Republicans had a 32 point or 32 seat lead in the House of Representatives. I mean, this could be huge for the Republican Party. You know, we're on the cusp of cusp of it. And like I said, it feels good. The enthusiasm is certainly there. I think that if we could get to around 35 seats, 36 seats, something like that to your point would be the largest majority that we've had in 90 years on the Republican side. Conservatively, I feel good about 15 to 20 seats, but the potential is there. And you know, I look at things right before we right before we came on, I was looking at a story that had posted on The Wall Street Journal website, headline is GOP gaining support among black and Latino voters. And that's true. And especially, I look at some of our candidates nationwide. Who are Latino, we elected a fair number in 2000 and 20 and in special elections with my Flores. We've got a number of minority candidates and Latino candidates who are running on the Republican side who are espousing the same conservative values that we talk about every day. So it's not, it's not one, it's not one sided, it's not monolithic. We are all talking about the issues that people are concerned about. The inflation, the economy, crime and the border. I mean, those are those are the top issues. That's what people, that's what people want to see solutions about and they certainly haven't seen it over these past two years under the realm of Pelosi and Schumer and Biden.
Why the GOP Needs to Take the Senate
"The Senate is extremely important when you're trying to bring an administration to account. The house is important. I served in the house. I believe I'm a man of the house. I believe that the house has a great deal of power to investigate. It has the power of the purse. But the reality when it comes to some of these issues that are being done by the Biden administration when it comes to judges when it comes to reconciliation when it comes to these issues that, you know, if they just stick together, even at a 50 50 with a vice president of time, they can make major changes to policy in our country and we've already seen that. So you take away that ability in the Senate and then things get a lot tougher for Biden administration to put through because remember they're not putting things through because they're bipartisan. They're putting things through because they have the reconciliation. Option available to them, which allows them to have a majority in the House, which they're going to lose. So they won't have that anymore. But even if the first miracle was pulled off in the end the Democrats kept the house, they're not going to have the partnership in the Senate to if they can find all 50 senators staying together. Then they're not going to be able to, they could push things through that they normally wouldn't get to push through without that 50 50 split without the majority. It means that Republicans will control the agenda in the Senate and that means that anything from Supreme Court Justices to district court and circuit court. That train will stop. And you'll see a lot of that happening in a month of December coast. If Schumer loses majority, he'll do everything he possibly can to do as much damage as he can in December. Now,
What's at stake in the 2022 midterm elections?
"Senate democratic chief Chuck Schumer's predicting his party will hold the chamber in next week's elections The Senate is now split 50 50 with vice president Harris tie breaking vote giving Democrats the majority Schumer tells the AP it's tight but he believes Democrats will hold the Senate and maybe even pick up seats GOP has gained momentum as it works to flip both chambers and the party that holds The White House typically loses seats in the midterm but Schumer says Democrats
"schumer" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
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"schumer" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke
"I've been showing him Disney movies that's been a lot of fun. Except they're all so problematic. If any of you have kids and you watch Disney movies with them before every Disney movie now, it just says, look, we fucked up, okay? It says we fucked up. Then and now, and we're sorry, and we're gonna just leave this here, but it's fucked up. And it's true. And I'm like, what are they talking about? It's Peter Pan, you know? So we start Peter Pan, all the indigenous people they showed, oh, awful. So fuck, I'm like, this isn't good. What else? All the women in these movies in Peter Pan, it's just these mermaids. Do you remember the mermaids? They're all topless, but long hair, they all speak in a whisper. Oh, Peter. We miss you so much, Peter. Oh, we're so wet. We're mermaids. You can't watch this. Don't even try to watch jungle book, okay? So I'm like, let's scrub forward. Let's see some of the newer ones. I heard tangled was cute, so we watched tangled. And it's about rapunzel, long blond hair, rapunzel, and spoiler alert. In this movie, if you cut rapunzel's hair, something horrible happens. It turns brown. And that happens. Her hair gets cut and then she has short brown hair. She's revolting. But even though she's hideous. The prince still finds a way to love her. Isn't that beautiful? That's what I want my son to grow up with. I have such a bad habit right now when I read him books, which I do, because I'm a hero. Anytime there's an even vaguely blond attractive woman in any book. I'm like, who does that look like? It's like Goldilocks and the three bears. I'm like, oh, Goldilocks. Remind you of anyone, you know? He's like, mommy. I'm like, oh my God. Thank you. And then he sees the bear. He's like, mommy. I'm like, only when prompted, okay? Watch Amy Schumer presents parental advisory.
"schumer" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
"Presented by meta. Good morning, playbook. It's Friday. Today's show, the U.S. ICA reconciliation dance continues in the Senate. It's your political playbook daily briefing. Before we get into what's happening in Washington today, some sad news out of Japan. Former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe was fatally shot during a campaign speech on Friday from The Associated Press, quote Abe was shot from behind minutes after he started his speech Friday in Yara in western Japan. He was airlifted to a hospital for emergency treatment, but was not breathing, and his heart had stopped. He was pronounced dead later at the hospital, the 67 year old Abe was Japan's longest serving leader before stepping down for health reasons in 2020. From NHK quote, sources with the investigation tell NHK a gun seized at the scene appeared to be handmade, Chuck Schumer made a couple of new moves in his effort to advance two pieces of legislation tangled in political knots. Recall that Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell recently tweeted, quote, there will be no bipartisan U.S. ICA, as long as Democrats are pursuing a partisan reconciliation bill. U.S. ICA, the United States innovation and competition act is the industrial policy legislation that would shower the semiconductor industry with $52 billion of incentives to ramp up chip making in America. China hawks like the bill because it makes the U.S. less reliant on Chinese imports. The Biden administration hails it as a policy that will strengthen the supply chain, boost domestic manufacturing and quote help us out compete China. The new reconciliation bill being negotiated by Schumer and senator Joe Manchin, who you might recall, tanked the lost reconciliation bill back in December, has been inching along. Politico's Burgess Everett and Marianne Levine report, quote, roughly speaking, Manchin and Schumer are working toward legislation that provides $1 trillion in new revenues, half of which would go towards deficit reduction and half of which would go toward energy and health spending. Such a deal is hypothetical at the moment, the tax and energy pieces remain in major flux. This week, the portion of the bill dealing with prescription drug pricing was submitted to the parliamentarian for review, though the two parties haven't yet made their presentations before her. The Democrats had to choose between the U.S. ICA and a reconciliation bill, most of them would rather have the reconciliation bill, so it's unclear how much McConnell's threat matters, but Schumer is doing two new things to put pressure on the minority leader and his GOP colleagues. One, he's amping up the national security case for U.S. ICA. According to a spokesman, Schumer has, quote, requested an all senators classified briefing from the administration on the global innovation and technology race and U.S. ICA. The briefing is scheduled for next Wednesday. And two, he's highlighting a new popular piece of reconciliation. Schumer has crafted a proposal for the reconciliation package that would extend the solvency of Medicare through 2031 by taxing very high earners. Schumer is ready to submit the Medicare proposal to the parliamentarian, likely on Monday. Next week, we'll be busy on both fronts, and these two shimmer moves are aimed at McConnell's threat linking the two bills for what it's worth. We remember back when McConnell thought linkage was bad because it would quote hold a bipartisan bill hostage over a separate and partisan process. One Senate Democrat argued to play the last night, quote McConnell is in a tough spot, blocking tough on China Bill because he doesn't want to extend Medicare and lower prescription drug prices. Then again, this could be wishful thinking. One thing McConnell has learned over the years is that when you're in the minority, there's little price to pay for obstruction. Back on Wednesday night, D.C. protesters targeting the conservative Supreme Court Justices who signed onto the Dobbs decision of returning the constitutional right to abortion got a tip that justice Brett Kavanaugh was dining and Morton's downtown D.C. location. Protesters soon showed up out front called the manager to tell him to kick Kavanaugh out and later tweeted that the justice was forced to exit through the rear of the restaurant. But because Daniel lipman looked into the incident for us and confirmed that account, while the court has no official comment on Kavanaugh's behalf, and the person familiar with the situation said, he did not hear or receive a protesters. Morton's was outraged about the incident, a representative for the James steakhouse, sent lipman the statement, quote, honorable Supreme Court Justice, Kavanaugh, and all of our other patrons at the restaurant were unduly harassed by an oily protesters while eating dinner at our Morton's restaurant. Politics, regardless of your cider views, should not trample the freedom at play of the right to congregate and eat dinner. There was a time and a place for everything. Disturbing the dinner of all of our customers was an act of selfishness and void of decency. Here's what's up in Washington today starting with The White House at 1130 a.m. eastern. Biden will deliver remarks on protecting access to reproductive healthcare services with vice president Kamala Harris in HHS secretary Javier becerra, also in attendance. Seung min Kim and Zeke Miller from The Associated Press scoop the details late Thursday night, quote the actions he was expected to outline are intended to try to mitigate some potential penalties women seeking abortion may face after the ruling, but are limited in their ability to safeguard access to abortion nationwide. Biden is expected to formalize instructions to the departments of justice and Health and Human Services to push back on efforts to limit the ability of women to access federally approved abortion medication or to travel across state lines to access clinical abortion services. At one 55, Biden will depart The White House to head to CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, where he'll deliver remarks at three 40 p.m.. Afterward, he'll return to The White House and head to Rehoboth beach Delaware. Here's what's on the fight's president's calendar today at 4 p.m. eastern, vice president Kamala Harris will convene state legislative leaders from Indiana, Florida, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Montana to discuss reproductive rights. Prosthetic, queen Jean Pierre will prove a noon. The Senate and the House are out today. One more thing to watch on the calendar today, the June jobs report will be released at 8 30 a.m., along with next Wednesday's June CPI report, this morning's data will help inform the fed when it meets on July 26th and 27th to decide how much more to hike interest rates. The fed is debating between a .5 or .75 percentage .8, a good report today. Let's say above 250,000 jobs created in June means the larger interest rate is more likely as the fed tries to cool down the economy. All right, for more news, what's happening in D.C. right now, subscribe to the playbook newsletter. That said Politico dot com slash playbook. Our music is composed by the mysterious breakmaster cylinder. Playbook's editor is Mike zapla, Zack Stanton is playbook's deputy editor. The executive producer and head of audio here at Politico is Jenny Ahmed. I'm raghunath wallen, have a good weekend. We'll see you first thing. Monday morning. One day in the metaverse, doctors will practice high risk surgeries as many times as needed before operating on real patients. Education will be more immersive, allowing art students in Ohio to visit museums across the world without a plane ticket and giving science students in Florida, the opportunity to sail through Saturn's rings, the metaverse will also transform workplace training, imagine a world where engineers can disassemble and reassemble engines thousands of times without wasting materials where aspiring city planners can build hundreds of cities before a single real building as ever constructed the metaverse may be virtual, but the impact will be real. 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"schumer" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
"But if you're new here, build back better is the sweeping social and climate spending bill that was a top legislative goal for president Joe Biden. The moderate senator from West Virginia, Joe Manchin, through some cold water on that goal yesterday. CNN's Manu Raju asked mansion about the bill, take a listen. Do you have any talks about that? No. No. No, no. Manchin has raised concerns over inflation, the pandemic, the federal debt, and the government spending as some of his reasons not to support the bill. So there's no clear path forward for the $1.9 trillion spending plan as it stands. But Democrats still remain hopeful to eventually pass some kind of scaled back version of that legislation. White House press secretary Jen Psaki didn't respond to mansion's comments on build back better Tuesday, but added this. What I will note and where there is strong support moving forward across the democratic caucus is on taking steps to lower costs for child care for healthcare for elder care and making sure that Medicare can negotiate the cost of prescription drugs and ensuring the tax system is fair. Whatever you call that, there is strong support for that, strong passion for that. A lot of advocacy for that. And there are a lot of members having continued conversations about it. If build back better with such a big priority for them, you might be asking yourself how the party has gotten itself back to square one essentially. After months of intense negotiations. Your eyebrows might rise even higher when I tell you Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer has no one where mansion stood since last July. Manchin told Schumer then, he didn't want to spend more than 1.5 trillion on the bill when the bill was still at a $3.5 trillion price tag. The two sealed their stances with their signatures on a document, which Schumer said wasn't an agreement. The White House and House speaker Nancy Pelosi didn't even know about this. Underscoring how blindsided many Democrats felt learning about that. Despite all that, Schumer insists he handled dealing with mansion right in an exclusive interview with CNN. Voting rights build back better in action on student loans and climate change. These are a few of many examples that show how hard it is for Schumer to maneuver as majority leader in a narrowly divided chamber, especially working with two Democrats who buck the party's wishes often. Manchin and Arizona senator Kirsten sinema. There's a high stakes Supreme Court nomination coming up that can reset the caucus toward action and unity. But even so, the sudden illness of a member, senator Ben ray luhan of New Mexico, who suffered a stroke last week, underscores the limit of Schumer's ambitions. Senator luhan is expected to make a quick recovery, but still, anything can happen. Without one senator, Democrats could face difficulties in advancing votes and nominations. Schumer tells CNN exclusively, despite all the setbacks, he believes he and his colleagues have excelled at moving Biden's agenda forward. He says infrastructure, confirming 40 plus judges and enacting COVID-19 relief are all accomplishments that far overshadow what was left on the table. We know progressives and moderates within the Democratic Party have plenty of policy disagreements. And Schumer's leadership approach over the last two years has been defined by an eager embrace of the left, to the chagrin of some and dismay of others, among some top House Democrats, there's ample frustration at Schumer's reluctance to tell any member the word no, especially as Pelosi has stood up to progressives in dealing with her three seat House margin and popular policies have fallen to the wayside. Many Democrats tell CNN, their guesses for why Schumer has such a progressive soft spot is because he's up for reelection himself this year. He could be worried about any primary challenges, especially if progressive congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez decides to give him a run for his money. Speaking of primaries, some of the most vulnerable Democrats in the Senate have raised enormous sums. That's according to new campaign finance reports, but they face some well funded competition from the right. Republican organizations enter this election year with a combined 220 million in cash reserves. By contrast, organizations working to elect Democrats to Congress had about a 176 million in their bank accounts. Some key Senate races to watch in 2022 will be in Georgia, New Mexico, and Arizona, where incumbent Democrats saw strong fundraising numbers. Florida will be interesting too, where Democrat Val demings aims to unseat GOP senator Marco Rubio this year. She outfund raised him last quarter. Manchin and cinema, each posted strong fundraising numbers in the fourth quarter, with both raising over a $1 million. Neither faces reelection until 2024. All this to say, momentum and voter enthusiasm are not on Democrat side. Republicans are working hard to win back the House and the Senate, and they have a fighting chance to do so, especially if Democrats don't put forward a united front in the coming months. That's it for today's political briefing. I'm Melanie zona and thanks so much for listening. Please take a moment and be sure to follow us wherever you get your podcasts. Talk to you tomorrow. I'm doctor Sanjay Gupta. CNN's chief medical correspondent. Have you ever been certain that you remember something exactly as it happened, but someone else remembers it differently. Well, this week on chasing life, we'll explain why our memories change. And what we can do to strengthen our ability to remember in the first place. 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"schumer" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"A habit of actually doing what he says he's going to do now. There is new evidence to show that united states troops have been in taiwan training. The taiwanese military against a coming war with china and china is now warning. The united states saying that they need to leave and the united states should respond. Say house wuhan going. Nowadays should be a one-sentence response. How's the weather in wuhan. Thanks for the biochemical attack. You solis godless liars and enemies of the united states. I wanna replay this clip. We played it in a previous broadcast of general jack. Keane cut thirteen of general jack. Keane laying out the ways that gee-gee pain can move on. Taiwan cut thirteen what he could do is prop down one of taiwan's islands which is closer to the mainland with military capability. What are we going to do. Are we going to react to that or not. My reaction to that put metairie forces in taiwan. If he does that he could blockade a major major port all small steps to break the resolve will of taiwan. He could go for what. I call a quick kill and that is massive air and missile attack going after the national command authority and the elites inside of taiwan and force of surrender very quickly in two to three days cut sixteen general jack keane continues on how what is happening right now can lead to war and the movie very clear. We might not be ready for this. The great michael anton and the now passed away. Tragically angelo code via from the claremont institute and hillsdale college which by the way hillsdale dot. Edu the beacon of the north. I went there for a couple of days. The other day was phenomenal. They make an argument that the united states should stay out and the argument is the following ngelo code via when he was alive he just recently passed away. Said this said that if we are not unified over the basic things on the homeland we are not prepared to fight an adversary overseas that the worst time to get involved in entanglements overseas is if your country is bitterly divided and can't agree on basic things cut sixteen g paying and how taiwan can lead to a war. Unlike anything we've ever seen before cut sixteen. This is going to be a crisis. I think that is going to get worse before. This is profound. What you're saying here. Geno where respect your views on entirely in a word describing here is the world going back to war at some point after twenty twenty two. I mean that's profound g. is sixty eight years old and you said the beginning this conversation. Listen to what he says. And he has said repeatedly that this issue will be resolved. He has a tendency to do what he says. Tendency to do what he says. Now none of this is surprising for our program. We've been covering the taiwan issue for quite some time. And there's a relation between what happened in afghanistan. What's happening in taiwan. The united states. We do not have an embassy in kabul anymore. We run out of the country. New does china. China is a border country of afghanistan and china trying to build a network with natural resources and capabilities. To be able to take taiwan. They needed afghanistan. The foreign ministry spokesman said quote china will take all necessary measures to protect its sovereignty and territorial integrity evil dictatorships have a tendency to first before trying to conquer foreign lands. They try to go after lands that they believe are rightfully theirs in nineteen thirty six on march. Seventh german troops marched into the rhineland in violation of the treaty of her. Cy y because they believed it was there's when evil countries decide to try to take back what they think is there's in defiance of the sovereignty of another. It usually doesn't end. Well thanks so much for listening everybody. Email us your thoughts. Freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com. And if you want to support our program you can do so at charlie dot com slash support..
"schumer" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke
"Yeah i wish we were raised more like men right just like here's an example of how we're different we're so worried about our pussies right. Have you ever had a guy come in your mouth and go. does it taste wanner. Worry would never happen because menu are raised to hate yourselves your raised and you're just like everything you do is america and don't get me wrong you guys. We love your come only complaint. We want more. We already snow. Angels in it. Is there anything bad about com. I can't think of anything away. Just thought of something if you got even a drop of it in your mouth the rest of the day. You're going i'm fine. I'm fine keep them. Meaning going wjr schumer the leather special only on netflix..
"schumer" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Schumer says there is unity in his party on a revised voting rights bill designed to expand voter registration in early voting. This legislation is critical for stopping some of the most egregious assaults against voting rights from report. Publicans exclusively Republicans at the state level. But unanimous support among Democrats is not enough to overcome a 60 vote filibuster threshold in the 50 50 divided Senate. Fox is Jared Halperin. In a late night court filing the Justice Department asking the federal court for an emergency order to block new abortion restrictions in Texas, saying the new law banning the procedure once a fetal heartbeat is detected, threatens the constitutional rights of women. The remnants of Hurricane Nicholas. Now tropical depression have slowed to a crawl in western Louisiana, with forecasts calling for up to 20 inches of rain spots that were drenched by Hurricane Ida late last month. America is listening to Fox News 99 years serving DFL you trending now now on W B and w b a p dot com Mark Mayfield from the Preservation Tree Services w V A P. 24 7 News Desk, Recent statistics show. The Dallas Police Department is chipping away at violent crime. Plane level reports when Dallas police chief Andy Garcia took the job earlier this year, he laid down a crime reduction plan focused on more police, visibility and other factors. So far so good. The City Council Public Safety Committee learned this week that violent crime is down in Dallas by about 6%. The chief praised the work of his officers. There's going to be good days and they're going to be challenging days, but we have to celebrate the positive times because we know that there will be challenging times robberies in Dallas also down, but the chief says there's much more progress to be made. Clayton Neville W B A P News North Texas volunteers doubling down and responding to areas that have been impacted by a combination of storms. Captains are has got the story. Texas Baptist Man crews responding to areas in Louisiana, still recovering from Hurricane Ida, are facing new challenges. Additional rain and flooding brought on by Tropical Storm Nicholas John Hall with TBM says they're prepared for this and have shifted recovery efforts, working inside homes and removing flooded items. We will be there for weeks. And so this will be an extensive relief effort, especially with the combination of the two storms, Paul says. Supplies and donations are needed Visit W b a p dot com for ways you can help Up cat bones iron W B A P news And Amazon is hiring thousands of employees. The company announced yesterday. It's heading 125,000 operations jobs with over 17,000 of those in Texas and 11,000 of those in the Dallas Fort Worth area..
"schumer" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
"Fifth. i'm rug amount of volun- and this is your politico. Playbook daily briefing chuck schumer is about to double dog dear mitch mcconnell and his members to vote against a debt ceiling increase this all double dog dare by the way i believe is an arcane senate tactic the original filibuster of college anyway just weeks after the minority leader employed schumer to tack a debt ceiling increase onto the reconciliation bill jimmer instead is maneuvering to make republicans squirm. Here's the tentative plan attack. The.
"schumer" Discussed on The View
"Even introducing draft legislation. Are you getting bipartisan. Support from your senate colleagues. Which i understand that you will need and why is this so important to you well. I think it's very important sunny. Because i it's freedom. When marijuana was first Legalized in a few of the western states oregon colorado. Everyone said that'd be a lot of harm drug use would go up. Crime would go up neither happen so that makes sense. Marijuana was has been so over criminalized at the federal level. It's treated like heroin or cocaine very much more serious Drugs and even worse. We have a person who has a young. A small amount of marijuana. Young person in their pocket can get arrested. Have such serious criminal record as if they were selling a whole lot of heroin they can almost never recover hard to get a job credit ratings change housing etc. So i we want to legalize it to make sure that the people who want to use it can use it without this over criminalization second. We want to expunge records of people who had a small amount of marijuana in their pockets. Sort of them hurt the rest of their lives. We'd love them to be productive citizens. Can we pass it. Yes this is a place sunny with the public is way ahead of the congress. South dakota put it on the ballot this year. they're hardly a liberal state and a majority of people voted to legalize it. Seventy five percent of america's for legalization. So senator booker and widened. I put in a draft. Bill we're now going around to our colleague saying would you sign onto the bill and if you don't like what's in the bill and wants a modifications tell us i want to get this done and i think we will get it done because it's so so overwhelmingly supported by the american people. Yeah coca cola. Thank me that was me. I can't see you. I can just see the tv lens. Their covert is fast becoming the pandemic of the in unvaccinated as infection rate skyrocket and the delta variant is spreading everywhere in all fifty states. Mayor de blasios just imposed a vaccine mandate for new york city public health workers. Do you think it's time to revisit. Vaccine in mask mandates. More broadly to kind of fight back this surge will there is a surge and it's very serious and i i would say to people who are not getting vaccinated. They say well. I don't care it hurts. Other people when a large percentage of the population is vaccinated it allows the covert virus to fester and new variants. new mutations. Come along we get one even worse than the delta one that's out there now so encouraging everybody to get vaccinated is and everyone should be doing more on the in that score as for the masks with with the delta variant out there we really have to rely on the scientists. I don't know what to blasi. Oh relied upon. But here at the washington level i talked to the lead scientists and we should follow their lead. Because if we're too soft on this it could come back and haunt us once again. We've turned the corner. We were able to get the vaccines out. I was very proud of the role. I played in the in the american rescue. Plan to get those maxine. How quickly and across the board. But now we need to get everybody vaccinated and listen to the science because with so many people not vaccinated. The variants could get even worse. Thanks to senator majority leader chuck schumer and we will be back with great to.
"schumer" Discussed on The View
"Again and never happened in history and god forbid anything like that ever comes close to happening again and they all need to start acting like adults and not like pathetic bureaucrats because elections come and these people will be voted out and maybe the generation before mine will let these people in these boomers. Just continue to get nothing done. But i promise you other generations coming up. We'll not. let's hope you're saying saying it correctly. Sarah is a bipartisan committee. That important to you as well here not anymore it was when it was more of an independent nine eleven type commission and Senate republicans voted that down so they kind of told us how they felt about this. We've seen them kind of rewrite that day. Completely talking about them you could have mistaken these people for normal tourists. You could've you know. They were peaceful patriots. And all these things. And i keep coming back to how important what they find in. This investigation can be remember when we were talking days afterwards that there were possible members of congress giving tours to people before. There's a lot of stuff to be discovered if you do not look at the problem. Investigate get information. It will happen again and at this point. I don't care if it's bipartisan. I only want people that care about this on this committee. And by a by mccarthy presenting jim jordan. He's telling us that. It was almost like tempting the beast to say we're good here so at this point. I don't think the attempt was even in good faith so absolutely move along worry about something else. Let people that care about this. Do the work yeah. Unfortunately that is what it looks like is going to happen you know. A bipartisan committee would have been better but you know i don't know how we change it but it it can't change when one side is consistently giving the other side the middle finger. None of this is going to work unless we're all trying to figure it out together. We'll be right back to senator chuck schumer think the civil war over the january. Six commission is a death blow for bipartisanship and could kill the bill on infrastructure to. He's live on the view next. Still ahead and podcast host catt sadler shares of getting proven from her unvaccinated son after she was vaccinated changed her view on how families need to talk about taking their shots. Welcome back. dc is divided on so many fronts right now so joining us to talk about finding a path across the aisle is senate majority leader. Chuck schumer. Sarah has the first question. I see everybody good to be back with you. Thank you for being here now. I'm going to start out with the senators on. Both sides of the aisle are working. Hard to finalize a bipartisan infrastructure. Deal to address issues that everyone agrees needs to be fixed like crumbling roads bridges now negotiators asked you to give them till monday to wrap up the deal but yesterday you forged ahead with procedural vote on it and as expected it failed. Why did you go forward with this. Vote and what happens now. I move forward with the vote to get things moving a month ago. This bipartisan group came up with an agreement and then they couldn't They shook hands on an agreement but then they couldn't put it all together. And you know how the senate works unless you get a deadline. Nothing will happen. The good news is since. I called for the vote. Negotiations have sped up They're making much progress. A they've reached agreement on many things. There are still a few outstanding issues. But if i hadn't asked for the vote we might have just been in the same situation. We're not much was happening. What i did do was reserved. The right to bring the bill back up and i said i'll do that at some future date so i hope they can come to an agreement and then we'll move forward. Okay so there's another bill waiting in the wings on Human infrastructure which will really help families with health care and childcare education of course climate change..
"schumer" Discussed on The Politics Guys
"So i mean it seems to me that the conservative thing actually truly conservative thing to do right now is to not make any change to hold the course steady especially given that. The fed doesn't know what's going to happen with with fiscal policy given what's going on in congress and so not to not change said. Look we don't what's going to happen with this. We may not know the exact number right but we know it's going to be Certainly north of two and a half trillion probably close to three trillion. And we know what fiscal policy has been over the past year. So you know now again. Don't don't need a weather. Mandatory wind blows. At what point would you say that one of us would have to be able to come back and say i told you so or i was wrong. How long if in six months inflation is back down to around two percent or so then is it. Okay if i if i remind you of this and absolutely and it won't be okay. I'm i'm willing to. I'm willing to ban the side of the federal reserve board of governors. But we will doing sort of an over over under. Yes on infliction okay. So annually adjusted six months from now where we are okay. Okay sounds good. We were visit that but in the meantime. Why don't we move on to our next story at this week. Senate majority leader. Chuck schumer introduced the cannabis administration and opportunity act. The bill would decriminalize merrill on at the federal level. Remove it from the controlled substances act and begin regulating and taxing. It would also expunge nonviolent marijuana related arrests and convictions at the federal level entitled those who are currently in prison on federal nonviolent mural von marijuana related charges for a hearing to reconsider their sentences allow marijuana businesses in states where their legal access to the banking system as well as the ability to write off business related expenses on their federal taxes and as well as earmarking marijuana tax revenue for restorative justice programs in communities that are most affected by what the bill calls the failed federal prohibition of cannabis so jay. Why do you think is it about time for something like this. Do you see it as kind of too much too soon. Too much too soon. I'll maybe it maybe just too much right In terms of of things like the allowing for banks and so forth to deal with this. I think that's that makes sense. Based on where state. Laws are based on legalization And and of other cbd and marijuana light substances i. I don't have a big issue with that the the the the review of all the new hearings for For everyone in federal prison..
"schumer" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Schumer says he'll force the vote very soon. The formation of a commission is more important now than ever, Republican Mitch McConnell, they'd like to continue to litigate the former president. At least 10, Republicans would need to vote with Democrats to overcome a Senate filibuster. Fox is Jared Helper. Chinese state media accuses White House medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci of degenerated morality for saying the Corona virus pandemic might have started at a Chinese lab and that more investigations needed down, she said. They still believe it's a virus that likely jumped from animals to people, but we don't know 100% the answer to that. White House senior Covet advisor Andy Slavitt added. They need complete transparency from China and are not getting that cooperation. Fox is Jessica Rosenthal. Americans listening to Fox News. Birmingham Man is sentenced to three years in federal prison after pleading guilty to stealing from the memorial fund of a fallen policeman Devante Hammond's admitting hatching a scheme to rob money from the Billy Clarity Memorial Fund. The Huntsville officer was shot and killed in 2019 ahead of the upcoming Memorial Day holiday weekend. Alabama state troopers are issuing a warning to motorists and voters. They'll be out in force during the three day period, according to Aaliyah. There are more boats on the water during them. Real day weekend than almost any other weekend of the year. Last year, there were a total of 107 boating accidents in the state, and that resulted in 14 deaths and Julio Jones did not attend day one of the Falcons organized team activities yesterday. A report indicates that he's interested in playing for either the Titans of the Patriots. I'm Leah Brandon. And this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T..
"schumer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"I wanna to talk about brian. Kip gubernatorial competence. Greg blue stein. Writing in the atlanta journal constitution over the weekend in the fourth floor conference room. The morehouse school of medicine governor. Brian kemp talked about what has consumed most of his time. Since a new year dawned the state's ongoing fight to effectively distribute the curl vaccine surrounded by a group of empathetic but concern public health. Experts the republican governor watched a video about the story medical schools efforts to contain a pandemic. That's exacted a disproportionate toll on black georgians. Before offering his analysis of the state situation. I hate to say we're at a good place because we're fighting this battle every day as you know but are vaccination battles have continued to progress. Very well kip. Told the officials. The new year has presented. Kim with dire political challenges. His approval ratings have plummeted over the past year in large part because donald trump blamed him for the november election. Defeat not only must navigate a fractious republican party still under trump's way but he also faces a likely rematch with stacey. Abrams whom gift narrowly defeated in two twenty eighteen and the centerpiece of his healthcare policy was thrown into doubt friday when the by administration pulled back approval of a plan to overhaul the state's medicaid program. The first term governor is trying to regain his footing with an intense focus on the state's vaccination plan holding fourteen press conferences. Thirty media interviews eight visits to distribution sites since december fourteenth to detail the state's efforts to contain the pandemic his allies. Hope that embracing the role of a vaccine governor could help re frame his public image distance for the political virus crises. Twenty twenty when his party suffered grievous election losses and his pandemic approach came under fire from leaders of both political parties. He's doing a good job of getting the number of vaccines in people's arms. Yes there was a rough start. But we're getting around one hundred sixty thousand vaccine the week. And they're getting distributed. Said been watson state senator from savannah and a physician. He's been criticized for a lack of supply and he's got no control over. Its supply issue not an issue about actually administering it says watson. the state's approach with health officials. long warned would be messy and unpredictable has been plagued by missteps at the state and federal level. Computer systems crashed phone. Lines were overloaded. Shipments of doses were delayed. expected reserves. Didn't exist. Dr harry hyman a professor of public health. George state university says the rocky rollout of the vaccine. We're only part of the problem and on and on it goes. He's denied a request from education officials. Accurately teachers ahead of schedule saying that adding teachers to the list would make the state severe lack of supply harbor the elderly and those who are high at risk. Everyone keeps telling me we could do more if we have more said kemp.
"schumer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"I'm far from qualified to determine which side has the upper hand in the debate. The new yorkers elizabeth kolbert hasn't terrific piece sorting through the evidence but in some ways the original mama is not the deepest mystery lowest book. A bigger puzzle is the close mindedness of the scientific establishment. All right. so here's a guy who works on a project for light sale sees this object through. Its that's it you should know by the way the the overwhelming consensus of the scientific instrument community is that that object that came through. I remember the headlines. Back at the time was as some sort of oblong shaped interplanetary interplanetary naturally existing object and its shape is what caused it to Look differently in in radio telescopes in the like now on earth would i spend any time on this. Well a one. I i just find it fascinating. We have the series of new york times stories in the last two years about The military continuing to come into contact with strange objects that do not behave. According to the normal laws of physics that are increasingly seen as not of this world including some of the scientists willing to go on the record. Now the the sun which is a tabloid. Keep that in mind. It's not the enquirer. But it's not the new york times either studying. Admission pentagon admits. It's been testing wreckage from ufo. Crashes and findings may change our lives. River experts say researcher. Anthony brag bregalia. Wrote the defense intelligence agency requesting details of all ufo material which they hold results of any test. They've been carried out on it. He wrote this could include physical debris recovered by personnel of the department of defense residue. Flotsam shut off material or crashed materials from unidentified eero phenomenon or unidentified flying objects in the response shared with the sun the defense intelligence agency released one hundred fifty four pages of test results that includes reports on a mysterious memory-metal called nitin all which remembers its original shape when folded break. Elliot's stunning admission from the us. Government and the documents reveal that some of the retrieve debris possessed extraordinary capabilities including the potential to make things invisible or even slow down the speed of light. One question is.
"schumer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"They're never going to turn out for us. They only turn out for donald trump and they look. January is proof. Well they're wrong. I think they're wrong. You know they're wrong saliva we. How do we get them to figure that out i. I'm not sure. I'm afraid though if we go through a system of brutal primaries and spin over money sabres is gonna win. Roy i think so too and you know. My favorite candidate was nikki. Haley and i can't vote for her now. I can't. I'm you know from a lot of people you know. I mean i liked her. I thought this is somebody that the represents the party that i think will do well and i can't vote for her now. I just can't. I wouldn't vote for ben fat. That's for sure democrat. Before i would have been fast. Look i'm nikki. Haley was my favorite. You know all i can say is that you know i actually want to spend some time talking about this when we come back so so stick around here The argueta. let's go there heartbreak. Thank you very much There's gotta be some level of grace years while i'm getting that from A lot of people who liked haley are very disappointed by what looks like opportunism as she tries to navigate that the party needs to move on from donald trump. And then going the other direction you know. She's a personal friend of mine as has been says this is kind of funny. A lot of these guys. A ted cruz is the first tom. Cotton is as well The all of these people are friends of mine. Trying to navigate their path forward. They're coming to different conclusions as to how to do it. I'm just sitting back thinking Man i'm glad i'm behind a microphone and not have to sort this mess out myself. Hello there in his era sitting here. The full number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. Let's go back to the phones david. Calling from dalton. You're going to be next welcome. I'm really curious. What do you think that humor in the democratic house managers are telling a constituent that may confront them as to why they didn't call witnesses but for me is the real answer. I won't the answer. They're given out in your opinion. But what if. I through those people in a room with truth and shot him up full of truth serum what is the real answer they did not call witnesses compared to what they're telling their constituents in that thank you. Yeah absolutely Okay so what. They're telling their constituents is that they needed to move on and that they decided that there was no way to persuade I think the real answer is that in part That yes they do want to move on and they would get bogged down and it would drag out i do think there's some legitimacy to that. But i actually think that the real answer is that if they had witnesses and the republicans were allowed to have witnesses well that it would become more complex that aid the the president clearly did in i listen i know some of you disagree with this but the president clearly did tell the crowd to march to the capitol. He did that in a speech. Those are his words to walk up to the capital. He wanted them in his speech to be peaceful but walk up to the capital. There is evidence that the cunanan browde boy people were planning this in advance and there would be tough questions for Whether or not the Whether or not the capitol police were told to down whether not members of the capitol police collaborated whether or not members of congress collaborated. There would be tough questions that could potentially undermine the whole institution and so they chose to move on..
"schumer" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"There's a problem for the gop your shift lake. Moderate republicans as you just heard senator cassidy. There insist that the party is ready to move on from trump. So why isn't that actually happening. Well cassidy it it. It simply has to. We have no choice. We're headed down a demographic cul de sac if we don't if you look at what's happened. Since president trump was elected we lost the white house. We lost the house. We lost the senate. We lost more than four hundred legislative seats nationwide. So there's really no future with trumpism so we've got to move on it's difficult because the Base is still there But we have to move on and then what if you don't what if it just is the trump. Well we'll just continue to lose. Seats will continue to be frankly and a permanent minority if we continue so we have to and we should want to as well. I mean look at what has happened since the last election. The president lost the election. Then used every lever at his disposal to hang onto that To hang onto the white house and we saw what resulted on january. Sixth notice his four hundred seats. That's a clever talking point from jeff flake. Charlie actually put it out to me this morning. Where is this coming from. And i have had to look and it appears that he is recounting four hundred seats lost in the last four years. Not in the last election in the last four years. Four hundred republican seats lost what. He's not counting then are the offsetting pickups this past year so he's not counting the republican gains in two thousand twenty some of which negated the losses in two thousand eighteen. I mean the republicans lost some seats in two thousand eighteen and picked them right back up and twenty twenty. So he's not doing that. And then there are the state. Legislative races The republicans Getting the minnesota state senate republicans securing the complete arizona legislature republicans. Picking up all of new hampshire. They wound up. Not picking up the the state house in alaska. They didn't hold But a lot of they picked up a lot of legislative seats and jeff lakes ignoring those. Here's the problem for all the people in the media bubble about donald trump. If if you're actually about the situation with donald trump if you're actually honest about situation donald trump you have to acknowledge that there are parts of the country where donald trump underperformed other republicans.