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Sean Davis of the Federalist: The Corrupt Corporate Media Is a Hostile Enemy Force
Dan and Sean Davis of the Federalist Discuss the 'Narrative Game' of the Liberal Media
"When you and I want to make an argument about taxes for example like the whole tax the rich thing At least we know the data And we can articulate a strong economic case why you know we like or don't like a policy The left can ever do that You see these new tax the rich calls from AOC and the buffoons out there And they did you ask people how much do the rich pay the top 1% And they never know You see this with voter ID two Ted Cruz called out Richard blumenthal up on the hill yesterday in the Senate about voter ID being racist asking him why the minority turnout in his state that doesn't have voter ID Wasn't as good as it was in Georgia where there is voter ID They just never know anything It's all euphemisms word games lies and manipulation And we don't do that You're right yeah They're entire game is the narrative It's something that we should have been included on back during the Rolling Stone UVA rape hoax thing from Sabrina Ruben early who just kind of manufactured with the help of an activist there the story out of whole cloth that never actually happened in your recall she referred to herself the reporter Rolling Stone is a narrative journalist That her purpose was to further particular narratives And any more the narrative is the whole game and that's why CNN and MSNBC and Washington Post New York Times and big tech why they are all so focused on making sure that nothing that can crack the wall of their narrative that can crack the dam and have actually facts coming through Can ever see the light of day because they don't care about the fact they care about power and their ability to maintain power is based on their ability to force a narrative into our eyes and ears and prevent any other competing narratives from ever coming
"sean davis" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast
"Was when you graduated college. And if they are nowhere near that thing in those stories don't align probably going to have some kind of problem. Yeah so there's a piece of this. That's interesting because when i think of the the business owner out there. They're going luke. I hired this person to work okay. I didn't hire this person to hand. Hold them and find out about their childhood and find out what their life dreams are. But you're saying a part of leadership is actually getting to the root of that with your team member. I think so. It's caring if we can change the way business is thought about and make it about caring about people as well as the outcome. Like you care about your customers and your team members care about them. I think the culture would change. Imagine if we could change. How work is in america if it wasn't work has to suck but it's like oh no this work. I know my boss. My leader cares about me as a person even if that means i ended up not working. But he's carrying about what's best for me in my life that could change the culture. Yeah like yes. If you're a leader you should care about the people on your team. Not just what they can produce although that is important because you have a business. I don't deny that but if you have a air conditioning he h vac business or you have a installing pools business and this is a person you have architect and how this whole thing is gonna go in the back of someone's yard if it's a pool or how the system is going to work with the machine and they are always forgetting details and not knowing how to do that and they're always making those mistakes it's like hey let's go back and say well. How did you get into this well. I don't know my dad did this. And then i got an internship or i just started a summer job and it's like hey let's figure out which part of this would actually be good and if they're just being lazy then that's another thing i care enough to tell you that you're just being lazy. This is a motivation thing. Care enough about the people to tell them the truth and walk with them through the story. Yeah reminds me of our episode. We did recently with chef. Big shake sean davis and he was talking about investing in the team and helping them get to that point and even if they leave or there's some you know there's some sad thing that happens and you had invested in them but that person's going to walk away from that remembering that leader for the rest of their life and how they impact exactly and so. I love this idea of helping them get to that goal. Even if that goal may not be here forever. Think about your favorite teacher in elementary school. I think we all have one of those. Where either they did something they saw something in you and maybe you didn't you jerk teachers your whole life but i'm sure there is a favorite mentor or somebody in those years that said. Hey you got something and they give you a little extra book. Read this on the side or something like i think. That's our job as leaders is to care about our teams. The team members outcomes of their lives. Not just the performance of their job. Yeah all connected so to kind of sum this up. It sounds like it starts. With an honest conversation it starts with the leader caring enough to look up and realize. Hey this is not working out high. Wanted to work out. But they're a great person. There's still a great fit so to get them on the right seat. It's going to take some questions. That show them that i care it's gonna take encouraging them to move and it's going to take you going. Hey i actually see the spot over here and giving them that opportunity. That's a big spot..
"sean davis" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Is co founder of the Federalist, My friend Sean Davis. Shawn. Okay, First of all, who is Susan Hennessey? Who is this lady? Where'd she come from? Susan Hennessey is deranged Blue and on Russian collusion, hoax or her used to be hanging out at Law Fair, which was conspiracy blogger hosted and managed by the Brookings Institution. And she recently got this plum DOJ job even after being a crazy Steele dossier Truther and I think the best way I would describe her and her current situation would be It would be like if you hired Alex Jones to run NASA after claiming people didn't go to the moon. That's what it's like hiring Susan Hennessey to run the National Security Division at DOJ after the Russian collusion hoax Shawn, the National Security Division at the DOJ. What exactly do they do? They are the part of DOJ kind of overseas, not the day to day garden variety law enforcement functions of the FBI or DOJ. They're the ones who are involved in a lot of the Wiretapping the secret surveillance. Um, a lot of counterintelligence dealing with foreign hostile foreign nations. Um, they're the ones making sure that when DOJ is trying to spy on someone for a sensible national security purpose, that they're doing it legally that they've run all the traps that they're actually following the law. In my view, this is the same division that green lighted be illegal FISA warrants against Carter Page for the crime of being someone who didn't support Hillary Clinton. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. These are the people responsible for the illegal spying on an American citizen. And now we have somebody in charge of that. Who was all about that? That is correct. Okay, is this So she does have a significant role. Significant power. Who's running things in the Biden wide White House shot, everyone. No, no one thinks it's Joe Biden. No one with a functioning brain thinks it's him. Is there a person Is there? A committee of nut balls is that Susan Rice? I actually suspected, uh, a man. I've been calling acting President Ron claim He's the chief of staff. I think it's probably a mix between him and Kamala Harris and all the other. Kind of wacky doodles they picked up off Twitter. But it's certainly not Joe Biden. Okay? Sean, let's let's pause and go to Israel for just a moment. Can you explain to people what? Why does this matter to them? I haven't talked much about it. I don't do much foreign policy stuff because people don't really care about it. To be honest with you. People want a little blurb on it. And then they want to move on. Does this matter to us? Is this anything abnormal for over there? It is so just a quick review is real, just recently celebrated Jerusalem Day, which is the anniversary of their victory in the seven day war, where the city of Jerusalem was reunified. For the first time, and in close to 2000 years. It was a big day. And what happened, Woz that instead of showering them with confetti and party favors, the Palestinians and Hamas started lobbing rockets into Israel, with some of them landing your schools near hospitals. And it's important because ized you know Jesse weakness invites aggression from our enemies. When they think you're weak, they provoke you and they do things against you. Weakness brings about war and what we have done has gone from a situation where we have relative stability. In the Middle East because of the Abraham accords. We had this new alliance between a bunch of Arab nations in Israel, which was unthinkable some years ago, and within just three months of Joe Biden takeover, we suddenly have Hamas on the rise. We have Iran being increasingly aggressive. Because these people are bullies and they see weakness. They decide what we're gonna We're gonna take our shot now, So it's not just about Israel. It's not just about a moss. It's about what's happening across the world. When our enemies look at us and see that we are Our nation is helmed by a bunch of communists and they corrupt, decrepit dementia, adult putting eater in the White House. So Israel's out there today This is from Axios. They're calling on the bide administration to stay out of it that that I thought that was shocking. That's pretty bold. If you're safe, you're saying things like that, and you're Israel. You really have confirmation. Look, we don't have to pretend anymore. You hate us, right? Joe Biden. That's what they're saying. Well, I mean, this isn't their first rodeo with Joe Biden they had to deal with him is vice president during the Obama administration, which at the time was the most anti Israel most hostile, hostile to Israel's interest that we've ever had in an administration? And so they know what Joe Biden is about. They know that he's been wrong on every single major foreign policy issue of his entire lifetime. And they know what, what the people in his administration, like Susan Rice are up to, and they realize, but we don't want your help. We want you to just butt out and let us manage her own business. Sean, we have the CIA going full woke. We have the United States military going for walk with these insert absurd. Absolutely absurd ads and standards is this stuff, just surface level stuff, Shawn, where they're trying to throw a bone to their radical base. Or is this stuff really rotting its way through these institutions like I think it is. You're exactly right. It is rotting its way through our institutions they're following. I think it was, uh Uh, what the Communists called the long march through the institution. They target every major institution of American power, and they start willing away the foundation and rebuilding it in their own image. It's why we've seen the left and the woke stirs and progressive. They took over academia. They took over Hollywood. They took over corporate America. They run the deep state with impunity, and now they're targeting the military. They're targeting every single revered, capable institution in America and destroying it from within. It's intentional, right? I don't overstep my bounds when I say I mean, it does no good to point out the destructive policies of these people to them, because that's the whole point. They're trying to wreck it all. Of course, Yeah, they want power, and they know that they're there are institutions in America that are able work against coercive federal power, And those are the ones that have to be taken down. That's why, when you look in Canada, for example, you see so many churches being targeted. There's a pastor who was hog tied and carried off. In handcuffs for the crime of overseeing a Sunday worship service. And if you think that's not eventually gonna work its way to America with the woke ocracy in charge here, you're not Sean. What protections do Americans have? Now? I get emails all the time where people think there's two different justice systems If I'm on the right, I can't get a fair shake. Jesse. What? Why do what protections do we have? Well, first off. I think those people are right. We do have to America's. I think it may be even worse. We almost seem to have AH, new corporate oligarchy kind of running America looking at how big tech affect people's lives. Read the best people. Conduce is fine areas with people on values similar to their own. If you're a conservative person, if you love Jesus, if you want your kids have a.
Google bans ZeroHedge from its advertising platform, issues citation against The Federalist
"Happened just twenty four hours ago NBC news reports the story is that Google has banned zero hedge and the federalist from their ad platforms so you've never been to zerohedge zerohedge does some really really good work and they do a lot of work on on economic stuff but they do some political stuff as well and I've utilized zero hedge as a source before and I want you to know I will again I have never once looked at read zero hedge and say man this is some there's some far out conspiracy theory stuff I've never done that but as the story is written in N. B. C. news Google has banned zero hedge a far right website that often traffics in conspiracy theories from its advertising platform over policy violations found in the comments section of stories about recent black lives matter protests now two things here first far right trafficking in in the conspiracy theories that sounds a lot like what someone thinks versus what someone knows secondly they're getting thrown off an advertising platform because of the comments the comments not the articles comments now the federalist which is run by Shawn Davis you may know Mollie Hemingway's work over there I have had shown on the show before I I'm I'd like the federalist I don't agree with everything but I do read it I don't know where I have to say we're like oh I agree with everything I don't agree with everything over national view I read it I don't really agree with everything over the grill but I read it so they're saying that these people can't be on the platform right they can't be a part of the absolute form because what happened in the comments now this happens because of this writer Adele moko Frazier it turns out that she god together with another group in Europe the UK's center for counting digital hate countering digital hate they got together to complain about these two websites now the story says that it was a report by nbcs is NBC NBC's verification unit the N. B. C. news verification unit according to Sean Davis of the federalist here we have a foreign unit N. B. C. that with your well your name the N. B. C. news verification unit the irony there he says is enough to make you laugh speaking with another left wing foreign group to the platform and American media organization this woman I was a child is probably connected to the political left in the U. K. and yet somehow was able to use her position with NBC to be able to go after two websites hoon she doesn't like what they say so the answer is the fund them the answer is the platform then the answer is destroyed destroyed destroy anybody who disagrees with me not Cajun debate not prove your case but to destroy your enemy and do not allow debate that's what's happening
"sean davis" Discussed on KTOK
"Sean Davis co founder of the federalist he writes there also if you happen to be on Twitter and you want to see somebody crush crush lives with reckless abandon follow Sean Davis on Twitter shown I I had been led to believe I'm not gonna say I've thought I've been led to believe that we were in the land of the free the home of the brave give me liberty or give me death don't tread on me these are all things that I internalized over many years of life and and felt that I I'd seen in action with our military abroad for example in the American spirit at its best but now we're facing this pandemic and all of a sudden it's plan the free home of the brave unless somebody waves a doctor's note in our faces and says you all have to stay home until we say you can leave your house you can't go to church you can't see friends you can go to other houses that you own I got a problem with that what do you think of all this yeah it's it's been kind of disconcerting I'll say from the outset American people were were generally free or independent minded brawl we're also pretty compassionate we care about our neighbors we care about our family and I think what you've seen in a lot of this is that in various areas is government officials taking advantage of the the good faith efforts and the charity and and compassion of their citizens and and I think one reason you seen the social distancing work well isn't because of government it's because of people's desire to take care of their families and their neighbors now with that said there is a limit to it and I think we're getting pretty close to it in Kentucky you had the governor sending the state police after people who were going to drive in church now they can go to a drive in liquor store and they can go a walk around the grocery store but they couldn't sit in their cars and go to church in Raleigh North Carolina you have protests there he had the police actually come out say quote pro testing is not in the central activity is that somehow the constitution had been suspended and then now you have in Michigan where you had this incompetent governor up they're banning the sale of things.
"sean davis" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Sean Davis co founder of the federalist he writes there also if you happen to be on Twitter and you want to see somebody crush crush lives with reckless abandon follow Sean Davis on Twitter shown I I had been led to believe I'm not gonna say I've thought I've been led to believe that we were in the land of the free the home of the brave give me liberty or give me death don't tread on me these are all things that I internalized over many years of life and and felt that I I'd seen in action with our military abroad for example in the American spirit at its best but now we're facing this pandemic and all of a sudden it's plan the free home of the brave unless somebody waves a doctor's note in our faces and says you all have to stay home until we say you can leave your house you can't go to church you can't see friends you can go to other houses that you own I got a problem with that what do you think of all this yeah it's it's been kind of disconcerting I'll say from the outset American people were were generally free or independent minded brought were also pretty compassionate we care about our neighbors we care about our family and I think what you've seen in a lot of this is that in various areas is government officials taking advantage of the good faith efforts and the charity and and compassion of their citizens and and I think one reason you seen the social distancing work well isn't because of government it's because of people's desire to take care of their families and their neighbors now with that said there is a limit to it and I think we're getting pretty close to it in Kentucky you had the governor sending the state police after people who were going to drive in church six now they can go to a drive in liquor store and they can go walk around a grocery store but they couldn't sit in their cars and go to church in Raleigh North Carolina you have protests there he had the police actually come out say quote pro testing is not in the central activity as if somehow the constitution had been suspended and then now you have in Michigan where you had this incompetent governor up they're banning the sale of things like seeks an infant car seats I think those are nonessential there there is going to come a point I think sooner rather than later the patience of the American people with this is going to be completely run out and we're gonna start having issues in it back to Lansing.
"sean davis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Dot com the federalist is an excellent site one of its founders Sean Davis how are you Sir are you there we have a Mister producer I'm here okay well I I don't hear you very well do you have here can you hear me now I can you are the first that I saw the look at the data that we've been getting that the data that's been used by a gas doctors felt she and Berwick's among others could provide us with what we are supposed to do and it was really centralized New York New Jersey tell us what you found and tell us what you found in all the states when you took a look at the data coming I guess from the CDC correct so that data comes out of the modeling unit out of the university of Washington called I. H. in the east and last week the White House when they brought these model down is that these are why we need to lock down its way need to stay at home that's why the economy is on pause and when you look at the models at that time they were horrifying if you know tens of thousands of ventilators people over running hospitals all this and that needs models were taking into account all of these so called social distancing avenues that we are taking shutting down schools and businesses staying home restricting travel but when you look at the actual data and compared to the models we are nowhere near the scenarios that they set required shutting down the economy and in in many instances there five to ten times higher than what we needed and so from a public policy perspective I think it's time for our leaders and our politicians at that city state and federal level to look at what's going on in reevaluate everything we're doing Hey is it working Hey is it justified one of the cost because shutting down the economy is not a concept or size I I feel like over the last couple weeks we've had a lot of panic in a lot of group think in hurting among leaders as opposed to individual analysis of data and the more data that come in I think the more we know about this but the situation looks like in the more confidence we can have it fully reopening the economy and allowing people to get back to work and get back to normal how long was the date in some of the states oh goodness I did the most ridiculous one I've seen yet is Tennessee where I think it was twenty X. box which means that they were saying that roughly sixty five hundred to seven thousand people would be in the hospital today and this is the model they put out less than a week ago they said seven thousand people in the state of Tennessee would be in the hospital today the actual number three hundred and fifty and it's not just that is it I mean we as they sprout this number we can ago about one point five to two point one million dead if there's no mitigation not two points to Sean what do you mean no mitigation everybody's gonna drop dead in the streets and nobody's going to do anything about it not doctors and hospitals not individuals themselves number one number two there's like eighty thousand people worldwide who died what do they need one point five to two point one million what is the point of putting out information like that so that is a great question in it gets to a cliche kind of in the statistics and modeling world that all models are wrong some models are useful and I think what you saw from a lot of these models early on I think the worst example would either be that the imperial study out of the U. K. which was predicting two million deaths in the U. S. and then there is an organization founded by a bunch of left wingers called cobit act now where they said you know what our goal here isn't to give you accurate data or to protect what's going to happen our goal here is to scare you into doing things so you know I don't think all models are doing that there is that inherent amount of uncertainty in trying to figure this stuff out with the new virus and a new epidemic but a lot of the stuff we're seeing come out is not meant to give us accurate data for decision making it's meant to bully us and extorted into doing certain things and I think that is what I'm most resent all I want to see Israel data because if you don't have real Daddy you can't make real good decisions and we're just not getting good data and I find it incredibly frustrating New York is now using sixty percent fewer hospital beds than was projected a week ago sixty percent fewer ICU beds eighty percent fewer ventilators and they predicted a week ago and people might say good they have what they that means resources are being moved from other parts of the country or from the federal reserve into an area and those resources despite how horrible this this viruses given the calculations the modeling the data and and and quite frankly this politicians panicking this is what you get yeah go ahead what we're going to get a glut of ventilators that no one's ever gonna use about thirty sixty ninety days from now because it's not like the scale up over a day and I look back over the last two months the device and instruction we've gotten from our so called leaders first they said you can't go to humans can't no human to human transmission and then it was well there's NO a symptomatic transmission and then it was we don't wear masks in then after that we got a lock everything down what if instead of these people saying things they really didn't know what it in early February everyone he just started wearing masks and people have started scaling up mass health different would things look right now and I think the real crisis that there's three crises going on out there there's the health one with the pandemic there's the economic one and there's the the crisis and the confidence of our leaders to actually know what they're talking about and know what they're doing we have the Surgeon General about a month and a half ago thing masks don't work and we have people coming out and saying that people don't hear that and say it's all will match don't work I should wear it they think somebody is lying to me and as soon as people think the government's lying to them especially the pandemic that's when things start to break down you know it's interesting and it wasn't just him before that people were saying masks don't work you don't need masks including to the doctor's relying on right now I got some masks it's just like when they say you don't need an A. R. fifteen I went out and bought an A. R. fifteen when you're telling me we don't need masks and yet everyone took that I know in the medical field when they're dealing with patients they may have it the issues that they're wearing masks even surgical mask it never made any sense to me so I should wear a mask that's just absurd but here's what I want to talk about on the economy why is it that when a pandemic happens like this everybody becomes a central government deficit spending socialist in other words we have businesses today that are mitigating and that are open grocery stores we have even government offices the post office pharmaceutical companies fast food drive throughs Americans are filled with ingenuity tell them you want to mitigate the certain things that can be that need to be done why not give some of these businesses a chance some of the small but even these restaurants computer so many things that they can do instead of the idea that we're going to substitute the private sector in economic activity with massive spending bills over and over and over again is crazy it is in it and it seems so contrary to the American ideal you we put a man on the moon we harness the Adam eighteen yet now we're being told actually what we need to do to solve this if you need a power in your homes and we need to shut down all the businesses in in it's so frustrating when you see these officials going just discard things like the constitution discard that they need to have any sort of physical sanity now look I actually think when the government goes and shuts down your business the government ought to make you whole but that's not what Congress did they had a tiny little portion in their build it was about making a hole in a gigantic portion it was about finding their favored priorities regardless of a pandemic and it's just been so disheartening and frustrating to see so many of our so called leaders panicking group thinking and just throwing any and all principles out the window in the face of it in the hope of looking like they're doing something I don't disagree with your point if the government's going to put you out of business has a responsibility but the federal government's not the one putting you out of business and I still agree with your point but I just wanna make another point I've been thinking about this today when I saw Cuomo and it's hard for me to watch my watch thirty seconds I had to shut it off but I watch the thirty seconds where he says our budget is destroyed we need federal help and I thought to myself there is never going to be an incentive for these governors in the states particularly these blue states and governors that spend massively and have these ridiculous priorities there's never going to be an incentive for them to get it right in fact there's a disincentive that is you can spend money on solar panels instead of ventilators will get to the ventilators you can spend massive amounts of money on other projects that's fine will bail you out we'll take care of the federal government will take care of this that is a huge disincentive to get these state governors to do the right thing so I think we really need to give this some additional thought before Mitch McConnell and the Democrats in the White House they're pushing out there's talking about spending money on small business quote unquote we don't even know the fine print and everybody's for their for what exactly I don't even know what they're talking about anyway that you're exactly right I think that's such a good point it you know it's not my state that went into New York City and thank your racist if you don't go out to the Chinese New Year parade it wasn't minor who went out and said in March go party at a party it up downtown it gets some point these leaders have to take responsibility for their own actions but you are exactly right the St city bail after coming next yes and what a disincentive that is for these fools to get it right and I'm not kidding well listen you guys at that I'd love that site the federalist you guys are doing a tremendous job and your information was so so important and I want to thank you thank you for having me on markets a pleasure and a privilege all right same here you take care yourself look at this for the what is this crap paper I just bought a bunch of the USA today here it is on page whatever the hell it is headline Georgia governor gets flak for re opening bids that beaches any governor who starts the way what's taking place and decides to open businesses open beaches open parks it's going to be trashed by the national media if not by their own media traction it is stunning to me stunning to me it's true though now we're gonna go through some more these newspapers just so you get a feel for what's going on out there I'll be right back then.
"sean davis" Discussed on KTRH
"The federalist is an excellent site one of its founders Sean Davis how are you Sir are you there we have a Mister producer I'm here okay well I I don't hear you very well do you have here can you hear me now I can you are the first that I saw the look at the data that we've been getting that the data that's been used by a gas doctors found she and Berwick's among others to provide us with what we are supposed to do and it was really centralized New York New Jersey tell us what you found and tell us what you found in all the states when you took a look at the data coming I guess from the CDC correct so that data comes out of the modeling unit out of the university of Washington called I. H. in the east and last week the White House when they brought these model down is that these are why we need to lock down its way need to stay at home that's why the economy is on pause and when you look at the models at that time they were horrifying just you know tens of thousands of ventilators people over running hospital all the finance these models were taking into account all of these so called social distancing avenues that we are taking shutting down schools and businesses staying home restricting travel but when you look at the actual data and compared to the models we are nowhere near the scenarios that they said required shutting down the economy and in in many instances there five to ten times higher than what we needed and so from a public policy perspective I think it's time for our leaders and our politicians at that city state and federal level to look at what's going on in reevaluate everything we're doing Hey is that working Hey is justified what are the costs because shutting down the economy is not a consul sex or size I feel like over the last couple weeks we've had a lot of panic and a lot of group think in hurting among leaders as opposed to individual analysis of data and the more data that come in I think the more we know about this but the.
"sean davis" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The federalist is an excellent site one of its founders Sean Davis how are you Sir are you there we have a Mister producer I'm here okay well I I don't hear you very well do you have here can you hear me now I can you're the first that I saw the look at the data that we've been getting that the data that's been used by a gas doctors found she and Berks among others ought to provide us with what we are supposed to do and it was really centralized New York New Jersey tell us what you found and tell us what you found in all the states when you took a look at the data coming I guess from the CDC correct so that data comes out of a a modeling unit at the university of Washington called I H. M. ET and last week the White House when they brought these model down is that these are why we need to lock down its way need to stay at home that's why the economy is on pause and when you look at the models at that time they were horrifying it's you know tens of thousands of ventilators people over running hospitals all this and then these models were taking into account all of these so called social distancing avenues that we are taking shutting down schools and businesses staying home restricting travel but when you look at the actual data and compared to the models we are nowhere near the scenario that they set required shutting down the economy and in in many instances there five to ten times higher than what we needed and so from a public policy perspective I think it's time for our leaders and our politicians at the city state and federal level to look at what's going on in reevaluate everything we're doing Hey is it working Hey is it justified what are the cost because shutting down the economy is not a cop with exercise I feel like over the last couple weeks we've had a lot of panic in a lot of group think and hurting among leaders as opposed to individual analysis of data and the more data that come in I think the more we know about this but the situation.
"sean davis" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"From the underground command post deep in the bowels of the hidden somewhere under the brick and steel over nondescript building we've once again made contact without a leader the end hello everybody mark living here are number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one Sean Davis was the first one twan Ravel those those numbers that were used in that model it's being used by a doctor's bricks and felt she and they're enormously troubling and you'll now see cable TV hosts another radio hosts use it without attributing his research to their broadcasts this is why we do things a little differently around here we call it honesty and integrity I'm just pointing that out John Solomon just the news he's a great news cycle just the news he does the same thing in terms of digging deep in getting the information and people don't give him the kind of attribution that he deserves so you can be sure here I try to tell you where I get the information so you can check it out yourself she learned who these people are so you know them already same way I write books I have hundreds of N. notes at the back of the books you can check out the source if you want to pursue the information again we do things a little differently around here I'm and I would ask the network to satellite and cable news rooms if you're gonna do a running count of the deaths from the virus you owe it to the American people to put in context into a running count of of the people who die each day from these various maladies I think it's very very important so let's go back to our newspaper shall we I mean I spent fourteen Bucks I don't have a bird to put this at the bottom of the cage here's the Washington compost top of the page right side trump Congress concurrent need for new stimulus closely puts cost of more than one trillion small businesses and households could get.
"sean davis" Discussed on 600 WREC
"A sub forty five of the top of the hour Sean Davis Cheryl I can sit in just a moment Rasmussen now has thousands one thousand likely voters Democrats forty six percent likely Democrats still believe Biden would bake the bread or presidential candidate for their party forty five percent opt for Andrew Cuomo told you this was coming I mean the talks the chatter chatter that all over the place I you know something needs to be said here because but before it never listen this this is N. and Sean Davis's tweet me tweeting out a lot of really amazing information it was predicted yesterday a hundred twenty one thousand Americans would be hospitalized and that the the real number turned out to be thirty one thousand one hundred forty two thankfully god no much less same with ICU beds needed up we will get to that with him in a minute but you know I I watch Cuomo very all talk no action politician I watch everybody always amazing talks and everything he can talk and if it weren't for Donald Trump New York would not survive all this because he did nothing to prepare the state that is that would be most vulnerable for any influenza pandemic eight at D. did absolutely nothing I mean what New York is given out we did say today yeah hello now that we're getting all the hot new hydrochloric when from the feds were gonna what allow pharmacies probably I'll let I'll lift the executive order if you look at all that has been given to New York by Donald Trump it it is Donald trump's hospitals that are taking on the brunt of Colbert nineteen for the whole state of New York I mean not only did Donald Trump build the biggest hospital in the entire country three thousand beds at the Javits center now they're turning it into a culvert nineteen center which was not the original plan on top of the thousand beds and twelve operating rooms inside of the U. N. N. S. comfort that's Donald Trump sent again and the other three or four hospitals now that are being built all over New York state when you look at all the ventilators that New York has over five million of them sent by I'm I'm sorry over five thousand I'm sent by Donald Trump if you look at the N. ninety five respirators over four five million now sent by Donald Trump the nearly two million surgical masks and by Donald Trump leave nearly five hundred thousand facemask Donald Trump the nearly two million cents a gloves Donald Trump you know you add all this together now they're adding another eight point one million N. ninety five masks not only that the Javits center is going to be run completely by the federal government and the military to take care of those patients they don't need any doctors any support staff at all because he wasn't prepared and that you know this is the amazing story you know I look at this document I have in front of it me from November November twenty fifteen ventilator allocation guidelines New York state department task force on health life law New York department of health page thirty via online it's like two hundred and seventy two or two hundred seventy seven PDF pages and it literally says page thirty and said during a severe influenza pandemic there is likely to be a projected shortfall of ventilators minus fifteen thousand seven hundred eighty three I turn on TV over the weekend and there is all talk no action Cuomo remember we ordered seventeen thousand ventilators well yeah and the last three weeks but he was warned specifically in November twenty fifteen at the beginning of this document the New York state health commissioner Dr Howard Zucker whose is in hiding somewhere because on TV I guess you could expect state troopers the arrest of dear new Yorkers protecting the health and well being of New York our new Yorkers as a core objective of the department of health during flu season we are reminded that pandemic influenza is a foreseeable threat one that we cannot ignore in light of this possibility the department is taking steps to prepare for a pandemic and to limit the loss of life and other negative consequences listen to this and influenza pandemic what in fact all new Yorkers we have a responsibility to plan now part of the planning process is to develop guidelines guidelines on how to ethically allocate limited resources I even the leaders during a severe influenza pandemic while saving the most lives as part of our emergency prepared a preparedness efforts the department together with the New York state task force on life in the law is releasing the twenty fifteen ventilator allocation guidelines which provided ethical clinical legal framework to assist healthcare providers and the general public in the event of a severe influenza pandemic okay you're gonna be short fifteen thousand seven hundred eighty three ventilators wanted gone Cuomo do goes back to the task force well how come we ration the two thousand we have that was his answer yeah we did find seven hundred fifty million dollars to spend on a failed solar panel factory in New York it fails seven hundred fifty million dollar flop a ninety million dollar flop on a partnership with the California light bulb company that went nowhere he also flopped on a six hundred million dollar computer chip factory this is how he spends new Yorkers money and any you know this week in his budget he saying it a permanent ban on fracking great can't make money in New York period R. every single thing that has happened that has made this manageable new Yorkers because of Donald Trump and the federal government even the hydroxy Cora Quinn he had to get from Donald Trump I mean and the country saying oh he'd be a great president okay if you believe an all talk no action is sort of like Joe Biden on Friday saying I think I support the trying to travel ban now the one called Xena phobic and hysterical and and fear mongering anyway Sean Davis joins us he is the co founder of the federalist Cheryl Atkinson egg investigative reporter is with us thank you both for being here Cheryl is a great piece out we'll get to in a second Sean I was following your Twitter all weekend and I was stunned and then I found where you got your information I'm stealing it now but it's from the government they predicted as of yesterday a hundred and twenty one thousand Americans would be hospitalized the actual number was thirty one thousand one hundred forty two and every state has high projections and that's not materializing where are we today right so the these models at the White House in a lot of others have been relying on come out of the I. N. H. T. out of Washington and what we have found by Dan downloading their data sets and looking at their models and comparing them to reality is that their models have been systematically wildly overestimating the hospitalization needs and recall that we were all kind of put into lockdown or email that to flatten the curve it wasn't so much to prevent death it was to prevent the hospitals from being overrun and what we're learning that even today based on the new models that were released yesterday by eight I am H. E. they're still overestimating hospitalizations by factors of two five and even ten so what we're seeing now is a lot of decision making based on garbage data and then it's really concerning explain again what the I am a G. is it say it's a a research institution out of state of Washington I think Bill Gates find a bunch of it come good epidemiologists there I don't doubt their credentials or their knowledge but I do doubt their model and they're the ones the White House last week when I don't know how to their model the cryptographic there this is this is what's going to happen if we don't do anything we've done everything they said in the film and they're still overestimating hospitalization in ICU and then later by as much as ten times what reality is shown up amazing that's good news for the country good news for New York we've had a leveling out even Cuomo and his press conference today confirm that you know what for three straight days in a row you know hopefully this will continue they've not needed as many beds are hospital beds or icy you are units the not running short of any equipment whatsoever according to Cuomo and yeah this promising hydroxy clerk with little late Andrew as usual Cheryl I can sit with us she wrote a great piece of the news media and liberals are attacking conservatives for error early pandemic comments that they themselves made and you know I've been too busy to really pay attention all the criticism but I hear it on the periphery and it's funny all I did was echo like Anthony Fauci and people like that who I interviewed in January twenty seventh race how are you Cheryl that's it I'm doing great thank you and they're still missing the point someone flagged a Washington post article kind of trying to backtrack on these comparisons that really are inaccurate to make you know on one side but not the other as to what was being said and Erin I think his name is Blake is basically saying of the post that well the comments of the fox news personalities made earlier than some of the comments that these public health officials made in other media made that were similar therefore it's bad when park said it but perfectly understandable when the other dead and he still missing the point which is a lot of the remarks are accurate even as of today as to who gets a virus who is most likely at risk and so on well I mean that's the point and what you're saying and I know he did it in a very creative way you know Sean Hannity gets criticized for this well this is what the new York times said this is what Andrew Cuomo said this is what the CDC said that or Russia or you know any other fox news personality I stand by my time line that I put up on Hannity dot com because we we were warning people from day one this is dangerous this doesn't look good a symptomatic people that walking around for days you know affecting other people and we got to pay attention to this that was my warning well I'm Jeremy Peters of The New York Times has already had to correct and fix a lot of the false statements in his article calling me and others a coronavirus doubters full of fabrications and this quote can someone but also failed to note that the same time he's pulling quotes The New York Times is reporting the exact same thing and I'm not saying the new York times with equally is wrong when it reported the things I'm saying it was equally as accurate these things are true and we're in this weird dynamic where a propaganda campaign is underway to if anybody speaks the truth or give facts about corona viruses that are not I guess as panic stricken as they want us to feel even when we say at the same time how how dangerous it is and we tell they all sat with her and saying what do you mean you can't travel to China they were actually recommend travel ban do you know is ridiculous and they're the ones that said the trump virus if you're feeling awful you know who to blame Sean you want to say well I mean it is Cheryl is still ride it it's been such a the real through the Looking Glass moments watch the media through this moment you know I I personally very early on in February at this thing it looks bad look like come from China it's probably spread a symptomatically I think we need to have people stocking up in getting mask then you have the media or go oh no you idiot you don't need to wear a mask that stupid all you don't need to stock up your fridge and what we're finding is that a lot of people who sounded the alarm early weather travel controls or borders or maps hydroxy quirk winch they were right but I don't say this thing that the media wants you to say when they want you to stay at this rate you regardless they don't care about the facts they care about the narrative I just had Dr oz on at length citing now to French studies citing all the use of hydroxy core going around the country are having talked to the specialist in the field of rheumatoid arthritis and lupus and the use of hydrochloric when and how low to nonexistent the.
"sean davis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"We continue with Sean Davis co founder the federalist Gregg Jarrett next week is a sequel to his number one bestseller is coming out of call which fund the story the greatest mass delusion in American political history had our Hannity dot com Amazon dot com and in a week bookstores everywhere all right so now the question is you have this fever pitch to impeach this is doing great harm to this country there's nothing the president it wrong here and now they want every conversation with every foreign leader I I I can't recall and maybe one or both of you can recall incident where let's see the Australian prime minister talking to a president the Mexico president and now the Ukrainian president all all of these conversations are now being listened to at least that a president spied on which is another aspect of this I think it's kind of important can can you Sean think of any incident where a president has had to go through this and we're gonna look at conversation where world leaders I like to look at Obama's eight years and and Biden's eight years and I like to look at maybe bill Clinton's eight years in office I buy a lot of reading I like to do right you know we've heard a lot from the last in the resistance about how trump is destroying norms you destroying institutions in the country but when you look at their actions but the left in their their media allies you can tell that they are the ones looking to actively destroyer institutions they they hate the electoral college they want to destroy it they refused to recognize the legitimacy of our election last November they constantly leak classified information even if the damages are national security in order to get her up and this ongoing temper tantrum from people who are absolutely incapable of accepting the reality of what happened in twenty sixteen that is so much more dangerous to the fabric of our Republic in anything they have even come close to accusing trump up you simply can't have an operating functional order would you have half the country who is the first sign of losing an election decides to overturned the tables. and declare all rule of law debt last four give about twenty seconds Gregg Jarrett well I agree they've they've weaponized our justice system at a use the political process and their goal is to remove from from office drive him from the White House Ukraine is just another incantation well said both of you thank you both Shawn Davis federalists Gregg Jarrett new book next week which on eight hundred nine four one Shawn toll free telephone number will get your calls some of the other news of the day next as we continue. now news traffic.
"sean davis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"sean davis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"sean davis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"We've had today Jennifer horn Katrina piss and Kim plays the troops thought at all Baltimore car and Sean Davis and now I am very excited with his latest book this meant literally he's like the present he just doesn't sleep I think he has a wood process inserted right into his cerebral cortex he is David Horowitz the founder of the Horowitz freedom center who has a new book it is the the long awaited sequel to his autobiography radical son David Horowitz is book mortality and faith reflections on a journey through time David welcome back to America first thank you suppress it I I just I'm just reading the the reviews the the below this this one he's a friend of mine so I'm gonna read Andrew playbill Andrew clay even said about the you'll you'll new autobiographical work more mortality in faith this is a man who played a poignant and elegiac reflection on life for a man who bears the burden of on the knowing with courage and grace only as drew cat I'm gonna start at the beginning I'm gonna stop one of the opposite I'm gonna start at the end I'm gonna cheat because is a radio show not a book review David Horowitz what is the message that you as an author wish your readers to take away from mortality and faith let's start with that well political show all single out of political but first of all I think this is the best book I've written your call it's about a huge it's about family I think people a lot of solace under reading this book and shouldn't get inside the underlying theme we don't okay to us we don't know what's on the other side it could be nothing and it could be you know a realization of the vision that religions have we will meet god that everything will become clearer works well and so forth because we don't know where our end is pace with the dilemma people one of finds there could be alive purpose close to think that we are you know just another kind of animal species that is born and dies or disappears forever so there are two types of that arise out of this to give life meaning one is you know not centric religion like Judaism or Christianity are in which there are new stories in this life local store clean now on the other side everything will be made clear nineteen please Jim understood this way thanks to the world by ourselves because we're the we're the problem some leftist never understand and is another cause of states which is the left wing but you can clearly of paradise on earth you can create social trust as you can thank the man yes and they get meaning out of that and these are the most dangerous people right well three hundred million killer cards yes they they turn man into a god let me ask you a personal question that there's a phrase in Hungarian called the crystal she court which is the age of a man when he reaches about the age that the the Jesus Christ was crucified and it's a kind of it's an age of testing at the time of testing where where maturity in your vision of the world is really challenged David Horowitz you you live the life going from hard core left wing radical to a two man of conservative coverage today what what age what was the formative moment where where did you start to see through that dog Balsillie that that but the the the the see through that doc that miracle will it was my friend and ally book keeping an eye Sula sorry say that again who killed your friend reporter and how old were you how old were you at the time I was in my thirties interesting yeah when people are looking at now seventy five said the early seventy seventy five over seventy five actress I was thirty six Jesus was thirty three four three close are you not only did the last blame it on the white power structure the murder of this woman by the black Panthers right about the economy America was forced to withdraw from the Atlanta destroyed our allies good left was successful in that communist conceded to slaughter two and a half million innocent in the Chinese peasants was missing the protests from the left so long and this was a really evil movement the one led by Tom made in Jane Fonda L. D. anti war movement within one pro communist that was more a wake up it took me about nineteen seventy five what we William in eighty four so that that's the spirit in our lives really politically depressed over this all find it could go to my life it would be cool because and that's when I came out as a conservative as Lauren cannon with battle well we we also grateful to you as a nation full that conversion that Damascene moment when the scales fall from your eyes because your contribution to reinforcing what America reason our founding principles is absolutely legion we've been talking to David Horowitz follow him on Twitter at Horowitz thirty nine and his late latest book you should order right now mortality and faith reflections on the journey through time a political war is moving lost chapter David Horowitz I'm Sebastian welcome this is America first back to your calls a member the first first instance I have to thank my friends at my target pro for what is quite possibly the coolest product I have ever promoted I target pros the first dry fire training system to combine smart phone technology with the industry's best laser cutter tritch using your smartphone app tracks a lease a cartridge which fits inside your and gone and will detect exactly where you'll drive five shots all land that you can do the home in the living room it's an amazing way to practice once you stop practicing you will.
"sean davis" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"I have some snippets from the New York Times piece. I wanna hat tip Sean Davis and all of the people, but Sean Davis took these screen shots. He's are not mine. I took him off his Twitter account. So Sean Davidson the federalist I also want to Kim strassel as an amazing piece in the Wall Street Journal today about what people have to fear about the Bill bar investigation. But here a couple of key takeaways from this New York Times story, so we now know conclusively leads popadopoulos Trump team member was spied on period. Full stop all in caps. Okay. Screen shot number one here from the pieces critical. It shows that the American it says the American government's -ffiliated with the woman talking about as return who said her name was as rhetoric that's not a real name is one previously unreported detail of an operation. That's become a political flash point the face of accusations by President Trump and his allies that American law enforcement intelligence officials spied in his campaign to undermine his electoral chances last year. He called it spy gate. He's right, by the way. It's a great time to have a book out calls from Highgate. Pick seriously pickup Georgia's booked, and George is the he put in a lot of work into it. The decision to use as rhetoric and the operation aimed at a presidential campaign official shows the level of alarm listen inside the FBI during a frantic period. I this is what they're doing folks. Now, some of you may be wondering why would the New York Times basically co conspirators in the narrative crime that's been committed on America using the crime, of course. But they've been gas lighting us forever that Trump's in maniac. He's a lunatic. All you people saying spider, more crazy, New York. The New York Times we're big advocates of the collusion hoax. Why would the New York Times come out now? And say conclusively that popadopoulos and therefore the Trump team had been spied on. Ladies and gentlemen, they're doing this for one reason. And one reason only there's a new sheriff in town, folks. He came walking in like like wider came walking into tombstone now. That's right. Yeah. And his name is William bar and Bill bar is now unlike are some feckless prior department of Justice officials who refuse to do anything about it is now looking into the spying scandal..
"sean davis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And now, it's his presidency. They won't stop until they are stopped and Philly and Billy thank God for for you, newsmaker newscasters like you the federalist Mollie Hemingway, Sean Davis and other people who report on this who have really. Kept the heat on on on sort of the reporters who have ignored this, right? The lack of intellectual curiosity about this dark web. This dark state of people who were trying to take down duly elected. President is absolutely outrageous. They should be ousted they should be embarrassed. And we should remind them every day of their irresponsibility and covering that story that much more important story. Joanie gun independent women's form about a female genital mutilation, so horrible practice by the Islamic faith. And some numbers are ninety percent. Or more of young girls are sexually mutilated and have their vaginas sewn shut and other things happening to them. I it's hard thing to talk about and the democrat the democratic women in the house and the Senate for the last several years for the last few decades when I take up the banner of prohibiting in the strongest term in America, female, genital mutilation. Why is that? Well, look at you know, they it's it's clear that feminists do not want to focus on the real horrors out there being the against women and a lot of those horrors are in foreign countries and the United States women have every right to choose their pass their education, their their profession, and we have horrors that happen every single day in countries like Saudi Arabia, for instance, where women cannot well, they say women can drive in some cases, but they can't vote they can't own property. They certainly can't get the rights to their children if they divorced. It's a horrifying situation for women in Saudi Arabia and Saturday. That's don't don't focus on that. They certainly also don't focus on how many foreigners come to the United States and bring these sort of horrifying traditions with them like female genital mutilation, which happens in many Muslim countries. Where women are sort of the their their genitalia is removed or maimed in some ways. So that they cannot get pleasure from sexual intercourse. It's a whore as you said, it's a horrifying practice. And and when we we have seen this. We have seen this in the United States and the current Bill in congress violence against women act does not include protections or punishment for it doesn't even recognize that this occurs in the United States until that happens. This Bill is shallow. It doesn't really address the true violence against women. And it certainly doesn't address the violence faced by many minorities, Muslim, female members of congress have been sexually mutilated. I don't know. But they certainly aren't standing up against this practice. We even seen a doctor at a at a prominent medical facility who defended this practice, and it is a very simple thing to address this issue. And and to focus on this issue in the latest wa violence against women act, but they don't and again, it is it's typical feminine mainstream feminist organisations to ignore the true, horrors out there towards women and to focus on very small things or actually in the case of one now to to implement policies that could ultimately hurt women. It's sort of the good intentions end up with really bad results. John Locke, independent women's forum. I would encourage all Americans to check out the website. I'm looking at it. Now, it's a great stuff on at about college debt about paycheck. Fairness. To what your women really care about conversation with pollster, Kristen SOLAS Anderson, but only Gunnlaug thanks again for coming on the Bill Cunningham show, my friend. We'll do it again. Thank you. Thanks. Thanks so much for having me less America. Let's continue with more flying becomes available. Eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up next from the left coast is James Hurson. Newsmax TV, let's continue with more Bill Cunningham here. The great American live with you every Sunday night. This is NewsRadio twelve hundred w a..
"sean davis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Sean Davis and Eric Strauss coffee producing and helping out over the weekend. It was a fun week weekend here at the final four. We're actually coming back later this evening. We'll be back in Chicago tomorrow for the cubs home opener against the pirates tomorrow. Yeah. Thank you Minneapolis for being a great host city. There listening right now. Of the final four whereabouts go to the mall of America. I'm gonna ride a relic coast. But again that's inside of our hotels in involve America. We we spent a lot of time in the mall else. We're gonna go. There's nothing else to do in this city. A great city. This is a great city with tons to do paisley park with sold out. So I can't go see the print stuff today. But that's okay. A great city and a great time here at the final four is it wrong to say outside of going to the stadium for the game. If feels like we've spent the entire weekend in gurney. No is that is that fair way to describe how this weekend's gone is. Because I feel like we could substitute gurnee mills for exactly what's taken place here pizza after the game yesterday. It's been a fun time though. Where were we at? We were like outside right across the street from the stadium group of it was awesome. Yeah. Dry block dry block block. Okay. Blocking up here. Live at the final four. We need. A White Sox report from our friend Brian O'Connor on Twitter. You can follow his handle at at Biard O'Connor. So it looks like his name is, bro. Connor. So each week. He gives us an update on the Chicago White Sox. Let's go. Bro. Connor's, proud.
"sean davis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Do members of congress know that they actually passed laws that empower the president to do what he's doing. The members of congress even know what laws they vote on. Do they have any idea? The national emergencies act been in existence since nineteen seventy six were they aware that? There was a great piece by Sean Davis. At the federalist. A week or two ago. He I Jonathan Turley. Many others have looked at this. It's not even a hard case. I mean, you get in front of Obama judges. Up is down down as up here and Obama wonderland. But when you really look at it. And he points it. In fact, the formal declaration of national emergency on the US Mexico border cities. Triggers to specific federal statutes that provide the president with the legal basis to use emergency funds to secure the border one authorizing the president to declare it national emergencies. Fifty United States code sixteen o one and the other authorizing the president to reprogram existing federal appropriations in response to an emergency declaration ten USC to eight oh at USC stands for United States code. You know, how things get in the United States code congress must pass them. That is codified them. These are two congressional statutes. Between two thousand one and two thousand fourteen according to a January twenty nine nineteen nine analysis by the Congressional Research Service. President George W Bush and Barack Obama mama using them. Use those two laws and tandem eighteen separate times to reprogram existing appropriations to address national emergency. So there's nothing unusual or unprecedented. Trump using the same to respond to national security threats. So all this hyperbole and demagoguery and propaganda. Is BS because you didn't hear any of these politicians any of these fools in the media object. What's? Between two thousand one and two thousand fourteen not once did you hear Susan Collins r Lisa Murkowski or the clown Tillis already the others. Not once did they raise an objection. A separation of powers objection two thousand one and two thousand fourteen and this statue, which I read to you on the air actually claims to empower the president under certain circumstances. Did declare martial law in Paris, the president to nationalize industries in Paris, the president that direct industries to produce something different than they usually produce. President Trump isn't even touching that stuff. He's not doing anything of the sort. Now, the first law, as you know, honesty, national emergency to act of nineteen seventy six it's forty three years old explicitly authorizes the president declare to declare a national emergency. Here's the key text. As Davis points out with respect to acts of congress authorizing the exercise during the period of national emergency of any specific or extrordinary power. The president is authorized to declare such national emergency such proclamation shall immediately be transmitted to congress and published to the Federal Register moreover any provisions of law. Conferring powers to be exercised during a national emergency shall be effective and remain in effect only when the president. Let's see here in accordance with section. A of this section specifically, declares a national emergency and only in accordance with this chapter. No law enacted after September, fourteen nineteen Seventy-six shall supersede the subchapter less it does so in specific terms and so forth. So it's the text demonstrates the president clearly has the authority to declare a national emergency. But it is important to note. What is missing from the text any conditions requirements are examples of what constitutes a national emergency. They don't provide any. Congress put no constraints on whether a president may declare an emergency. Or what conditions must be met in order for a particular event or crisis to be considered an emergency. Instead the law leaves that decision solely up to the president. That's the law. Rather than constraining the president's health authority to declare an emergency. You're setting conditions on what may be considered an emergency congress opted the limit the Asari the president to take certain actions in the event of an emergency. In other words, congress allowed the president to walk into the room at his salt discretion, then limited what he was allowed to do in there. Once he entered the president's authority to declare a national emergency established by statute. It's by statute. Now. Let us turn to what a thirty is the president. Has granted. What's a national emergency is declared. I we'll do this after the break. Do you know why they congress passed the statute because prior to nineteen Seventy-six presidents were asserting national emergencies on their own as implied power as commander in chief and the head of the executive branch Lincoln?.