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Why Does Joe Biden Care if He's in the Majority or Minority?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 22 hrs ago

Why Does Joe Biden Care if He's in the Majority or Minority?

"So here's Joe Biden. Once extolling the virtues of the United States, welcoming in minorities. Not only are Muslim communities, but African communities, Asian communities, Hispanic communities, and the waves still continues. It's not going to stop. Nor should we want it to stop. And as a matter of fact, it's one of the things I think we can be most proud of. So there's a second thing in that black box. An unrelenting stream of immigration, nonstop, nonstop, folks like me who were Caucasian of European descent. For the first time in 2017, we'll be in an absolute minority in the United States of America. Absolute minority, fewer than 50% of the people in America, from then and on. Will be white European stock. That's not a bad thing. That's a source of our strength. That's not a bad thing that's a source of our strength. Now, I don't know what difference is. What does he care if he's in the majority race or the minority race? He cares because he believes that if minorities become the majority, that will benefit the Democrat party with more votes. I don't think Joe Biden sits around and says, oh, isn't it great that whites are in the minority? That's a great thing. That's a source of all these bromides and all these platitudes he's spewing out in that clip. He's doing that because he wants more Democrat votes.

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Scott Baio and Dinesh Discuss the Decline of the Movie Business

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:08 min | 23 hrs ago

Scott Baio and Dinesh Discuss the Decline of the Movie Business

"I'm back with actor and writer and producer Scott baio, Scott, we were actually talking about movie distribution and you said that you're looking forward to seeing 2000 mules tonight, even though you've seen some of the clips and things about it, I mean, this is a movie that we had to release in an age of censorship. And so our normal distribution, which is, you know, Amazon Prime and Apple iTunes. I'm like, I'm not gonna put the movie on these cancellable platforms. And so, I mean, we're in an industry movies, you of course have been all your life in movies that seems to be changing dramatically, doesn't it? Changing how. Well, because I think we're on the same page. Let's go ahead. Yeah, I mean, I mean in two ways, first of all, you know, I think back to when I came to America in the late 70s, early 80s. And there were just really good movies and by good movies, I mean they had plot, they had character, they had suspense. They had all the elements that make a movie. Now you have to sort of drag me to the movies because I find that those basic elements of storytelling seem to have been lost, so I mean, on the substantive side, but then I also mean that Hollywood has essentially become this kind of regimented one party state within a state. Yeah. Well, first of all, I think the movie business it's become a movie about tentpole movies, which is all the marvel movies and the big giant movies. It's hard for a small story. And I like marvel movies. I do. But it's hard for smaller movies to get any sort of attraction. In terms of television, it seems that they want to shock people into watching shows. And I can never understand that. I mean, you know, I grew up in a different time, I guess I was on television at a different time. There are, I would say a large majority of this country that really would like to see a good solid decent television

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Washington Free Beacon: Safe Smoking Kits Include Free Crack Pipes

The Dan Bongino Show

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

Washington Free Beacon: Safe Smoking Kits Include Free Crack Pipes

"Watch it free Beacon Excuse me I was freaking water I'd expect that clip to end that early I was like swallow that What's that Yeah yeah yeah no that's it That's it So the swallow that water fast Yesterday the Washington free Beacon updates their story You can check out the story if you'd like it to my newsletter today Dot com slash newsletter Patrick calf Goes out and says well the Biden administration is saying they're not funding crack pipes So let's go to these places that are eligible to receive funds and see what's in the safe smoking kit They say crack pipes And sure enough there it is the crack pipes Correct pipes everywhere It's like an Oprah thing You get a crack pipe you get a crack pipe you got everybody gets a crack pipe

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Yellen Says Eliminating Abortion Rights Would Harm Economy

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:44 min | Last week

Yellen Says Eliminating Abortion Rights Would Harm Economy

"Roe V wade reversal would be very damaging the economy says Janet Yellen. I believe I've got that clip somewhere. Let me see where I can cut number 26th place. This is absurd. Certainly don't mean to. Say what I think the effects are in a manner that's harsh. What we're talking about is whether or not women will have the ability to regulate their reproductive. Situation in ways that will enable them to plan lives that are fulfilling and satisfying for them. And one aspect of the satisfying life is being able to feel that you have the financial resources to raise a child that the children you bring into the world are wanted and that you have the ability to take care of them in many cases, abortions are of teenage women, particularly low income and often black who aren't in a position to be able to care for children have unexpected pregnancies and it deprives them of the ability often to continue their education to later participate in the workforce. So there is a spillover into labor force participation, but it means that children will grow up in poverty and do worse themselves. Thank you. Let me just say that. The children will grow up is the operative phrase there, and that's

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Producer Andrew and Dr. Keith Rose Discuss Bill Gates' COVID Response

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | Last week

Producer Andrew and Dr. Keith Rose Discuss Bill Gates' COVID Response

"I want to play another clip for a Bill Gates here from that same talk he was giving. That's just cut one. Let's go ahead and play it and we'll react to it after that. Cut one. It wasn't until early February when I was in a meeting that experts at the foundation said, there's no way, you know, this there's been too much travel without diagnosis for us to contain this. And then at that point, we didn't really understand the fatality rate. We didn't understand that it's a fairly low fatality rate. And that it's a deceased mainly of the elderly kind of like flu yeah, so glad we didn't overreact, right? Doctor Rhodes. Well, I just appreciate the fact that Bill Gates and his experts as soon as they realize that there was no way to quote contain this came out and said that lockdowns weren't effective in that, let's not crush the economy. Let's not cause an increase in drug use and suicides. Let's not destroy jobs. Let's do something different. It's interesting. He talks about it. And if you're watching talk, he's just kind of rattling off the top of the head like there were no consequences to this. No, it was his group that funded the IHME that gave us these bogus projections in the beginning that forced all the lockdowns that said there were going to be millions and millions of deaths. So Amelia culpa two years later, I mean, it's not even to me a culprit's like, oh, I guess we got it wrong.

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Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:42 min | Last week

Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

"Yeah, I want to play a clip for you here from senator Klobuchar. That I think, you know, when we talk about the constitutionality of roe V wade and obviously Casey sort of, in my opinion, obviously I think you would agree that it's unconstitutional. I think Alito's opinion was a skewered the original road decision. But let's play senator Klobuchar here, and I want to get your take on what she says because actually what she's saying from a sitting U.S. senator is something. I mean, this is not mazie hirono here talking here. I mean, which we just assume is she's going to say the most Atlantic, you know, far left out to see kind of the type of things. Is it senator Klobuchar, who many think is sort of moderate or left of center, but not far left. Listen to cut 6. Why should a woman in Texas have different rights and a different future and a different ability to make decisions about her body and her reproductive choices than a woman in Minnesota? How can that be in this country that we'd have a patchwork of laws? Your response. So senator Klobuchar and I actually went to the same law school and, you know, I would like to think that when she was in common law back in her law school day, she knew better about the actual constitutional law underpinning the roe versus wade and its murderous successor, of course, Planned Parenthood versus Casey 92. Now, look, I mean, John Hart Eli, okay? There are so many liberals who have criticized roe versus wade's fallacious reasoning or beers. But John Hart Eli, who is a longtime constitutional law professor at Harvard Law School, he was the dean of Stanford law school as well. He was personally liberal progressive he supported abortion rights, but he famously said in 1982 that roe versus wade was not constitutional law and barely even gave a semblance of purporting to be constitutional law. It was literally no less a feminist leftist progressive icon than the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg herself. We said the roe versus wade overstepped that the court should not have acted there when it did. They should have stayed cool, let it play out democratically in the states. So, you know, what I hear from senator Klobuchar there is, you know, it's constitutional illiteracy. It's also moral illiteracy, of course. We can't forget we're talking about it. You are talking about the wanton murder of now 63 million unborn children since roe versus wade came down in 1973. 63 million. I mean, it's really just difficult to kind of wrap your mind around around that kind of number. But you know, there's something about you said there, Andrew, that I think there's a modicum. There's a small, small sliver of correctness. Where I think she's correct, is that it ultimately is unsustainable for in the long term. My personal perspective in the long term for this to actually be a state

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What Does 'Operational Control' Mean? Mark Morgan Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | Last week

What Does 'Operational Control' Mean? Mark Morgan Explains

"But let's talk about that clip from trip Roy. Operational control, whether it's in the military sense of a battlefield or a carrier group or the border. What is operational control really mean Mark Morgan? Yeah, so look, in this case and the term, it's in the 2000 secure fence act. So I really encourage those that are watching listening to show. Take 5 minutes of Google that. It really is, they've got that term from an old military term, right? And it means just what it means. And just what it says, operational patrol, in this case, a linear miles of a border means, you have 100% control of what is coming into our country from the borders. It's very clear. It doesn't say some. It doesn't say most. It says all. And so when the secretary said all, it was an abject lie. Sebastian, and he also did a lie on top of life because he also said the secretary of 2019 20 would have said the same thing. That's a lie too, because I was a commissioner there. And this is what I used to always say. When I used to ask that question, because I knew what the definition is by law. And I would never say we had operational control. What I did say, what the truth is, is that under president Trump, we have the most secure border and our lifetime and every single day the border was getting more

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Amber Athey: Dems Can Move to California if Worried About Abortion

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | Last week

Amber Athey: Dems Can Move to California if Worried About Abortion

"Amber you know abortion to the left It's a sacrament I understand why but it's just their obsession with terminating the life of children in the womb It's bizarre I mean they'll sacrifice anything to make sure that this continues You see them defacing themselves humiliating themselves Even with these hyperbolic nonsensical lies after the Alito ruling leaked Now amber if you actually read the ruling which I know you did is very circumspect He's very clear Alito that is only involves abortion I read it on the air before Yet you see these ridiculous out there about Jim Crow's coming back interstate travel is going to be banned I mean these people have any dignity That stores it They're just done They're cooked It's absolutely not And they seem to think that this immediately outlaws abortion across the entire United States for some reason even though it clearly is giving the power back to states to decide how many restrictions they want to place on abortion So if these people are so intent on killing their children they could just go move to liberal California or liberal New York and they'll be free to rip baby bows in the womb as long as they please I mean to me that the hyper reaction to this it feels a bit demonic to me honestly I mean if people go and watch there's just one clip of Anna kasparian who's from the Young Turks Oh yeah yeah we got that Yeah we're playing that clip Yes yes perfect We're going to play that clip later We played it in my podcast earlier Yeah she's like losing her marbles It's like the craziest thing I've ever

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Nina Jankowicz: The Deep State Isn't Real

The Dan Bongino Show

00:55 sec | Last week

Nina Jankowicz: The Deep State Isn't Real

"Here is the Tsar Nina jankovic Hilariously claiming in an audio clip here that the deep state isn't real So applying again the dipsy do flip a roo one 80 theory This means not only is the deep state real the flipper but it means that Nina jankovic loves the deep state is part of the deep state and is only saying this to distract you from the deep state because the best defense is a good offense So she's going to accuse you of being a conspiracy theorist for accusing her of being in the deep state Brilliant Brilliant but you're here Check this out I'm talking about the deep state and things like that which is a thread among conspiracy communities here in the United States that there is a secret cabal here in Washington working to undermine the American people It couldn't be farther from the truth as someone who works with and around public servants every day You see it You said

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Joe Biden Condemns Half of America

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | Last week

Joe Biden Condemns Half of America

"Yesterday, Joe Biden, president of the United States, condemned half of America. Pretty profound, listen to this. What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this maga crowd is really the most extreme political organization that's existed in American history. And recent American history. Oh, no, no. We need the whole clip. Come on, guys. Worse than the KKK. Worse didn't he say that? Did he not is that all he said? Well, I'm sorry if I misquoted him. I thought he said worse than the kid well. Play it again for me. Play it again. What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this mega crowd is really the most extreme political organization that's existed in American history. And recent American history. All right, he qualified it somewhat. I thought he said, I guess the analysis that I saw this morning coming into work said worse than the KKK. He didn't say those exact words. So I apologize.

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The Most People Can Say About President Trump on Jan. 6

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 2 weeks ago

The Most People Can Say About President Trump on Jan. 6

"Let me be very blunt. The most you could say about Donald Trump on January 6th was that he didn't give his speech which he gave to tell people to go home quickly enough. And you know what? I mean, I'm not even saying that's true, that that's Trump's fault. They didn't expect that. Nobody expected 800 people to turn violent and unhinged and start fighting and breaking windows. And history will judge this. In addition to the clip that I've played over and over again, only because you don't hear it if you watch the mainstream media, they've censured that clip. They don't want you to hear Trump saying I know many of you will peacefully protest at the capitol. He didn't have to say peacefully. Incidentally. He didn't have to say peacefully. Again, from his speech on January 6th, that people like David think shows that Trump was anti constitution and anti rule of law. I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the capitol building. To peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard. He was very specific. Peacefully protest. That means you don't riot. That means you don't hurt a cop. That means you don't break windows and stroll around Pelosi's office. Like a damn fool.

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Dave Chappelle attacked onstage during performance at Hollywood Bowl

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dave Chappelle attacked onstage during performance at Hollywood Bowl

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Brown scores 30, Celtics beat Bucks 109-86 to even series

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Brown scores 30, Celtics beat Bucks 109-86 to even series

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Nilsa Alvarez Explains Why 'Latinx' Is an Offensive Term

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Nilsa Alvarez Explains Why 'Latinx' Is an Offensive Term

"Is it just the blacks who are ill served in this nation? Let's dig a little bit deeper with our very special guest. She is with the adviser to the faith and freedom coalition longtime adviser to conservative interests in the Hispanic community and she we're not going to use any silly phrases here. Like LatinX, she's Nelson Alvarez. Welcome to America first one on one nilsa. Thank you so much. Thank you so much Sebastian. Actually, thank you for not using LatinX because it's actually very offensive to the Hispanic community. You know, the fact that they're saying LatinX because we don't know or we are confused regarding our gender, no Hispanics know their gender, and that's why we're seeing a record breaking attendance of Hispanic parents at school boards trying to get rid of that radical radical sex education and gender dysphoria curriculum. So thank you for that. If you think we're just making stuff up or we're being satirical, no. This neologism, this new word this politically charged ideological word is in fact in use by the radical left. And of course, because he's genuflected to the radical left, Joe Biden has to use it as well. And here he is, here's the proof. It's awful hard as well. To get LatinX vaccinated as well. Why? They're worried that they'll be vaccinated and deported. So just that four second clip nilsa, we need to unpack it. Number one, you say that the Hispanic community finds offensive this Latin X because Latino and Latina is somehow offensive to them, according to an old, white

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Libby Emmons on AOC’s Treacherous Lie About the Texas Abortion Law

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Libby Emmons on AOC’s Treacherous Lie About the Texas Abortion Law

"I am so honored to have one of my favorite people in all of media. So as we play these clips for you from CNN and they're just horrible and they're calling for censoring. My friend, Libby Evans, editor in chief of the post millennial, is here with us. And she doesn't want to censor anybody. Right? You're not trying to censor anybody at the post millennial. I'm absolutely not trying to censor anyone at all. I'm thoroughly opposed to censorship. Good for you. I kind of put you on the spot there. I was hoping you were going to say that. I thought I had a good lead on that. All right, so there is so much that I want to cover with you. And hopefully, lord willing, we're going to get to most of it. We've got an AOC lying blatantly about Texas abortion laws. We've got Jim Jordan calling for accountability. We've got The New York Times attacking Tucker Carlson in a massive piece that he just had this great reaction to and I'm going to have the team pull up Tucker's smile when we get to that story. Listen, the floor is yours. We've got a plethora of stories. The menu is before you. What do you want to cover first? Why don't we start with AOC? Let's do it. So AOC put out this tweet saying that Texas had passed an anti abortion law that makes it possible for rapists to sue the women they rape if they impregnate those women and the women go on to have abortions. What a horrifying horrifying scenario for anyone who is involved in something like that. Well, you know, except I have no sympathy for the rapist, but I have all the sympathy in the world for a woman, obviously, who is raped and her potential offspring from that kind of violation. But the problem with what AOC said was that it was a complete and total fabrication. The pro life law in Texas does not say anything of the sort. The law was rather carefully constructed and you can see that if you take a look at it, it says that anyone who is either facilitating abortions or providing abortions can be sued by another citizen in the state for up to, I think, something like $10,000. And it specifically says that a woman who is seeking an abortion will not be penalized, will not be subject to a lawsuit, and will not be

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Roland Martin Declares War, Not Playing Fair Against Republicans

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Roland Martin Declares War, Not Playing Fair Against Republicans

"Every American should understand what they're trying to do. And I've been thinking about it all weekend long. I've been thinking about something Roland Martin said over the weekend. We have that clip. Just Roland Martin, the MSNBC contributor. Listen to what he said on MSNBC. They've got to be willing to engage in war. You can not play fair with people who don't play fair. Yep, they don't want to play fair. Says the left. Sometimes they say the quiet part out loud. Sometimes they say out loud what they're thinking. They don't intend to play fair. Now what do you think is coming in a few months? What do you think is going to happen in a few months with the November midterm

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CEO Devin Nunes Shares the Latest Updates About Truth Social

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

CEO Devin Nunes Shares the Latest Updates About Truth Social

"He is the CEO of president Trump's new platform true social. Devin Nunes, welcome back to America first. Sea bass, it's great to be with you. I think, and this is my first time in this new role, I believe, or second time, maybe. I think second time, I thought you were very fresh, I think we had you on just after the announcement. And now we've got a big breaking news day. So first things first, how's it going on true social? We played the president's clip from Saturday that the waiting list has been decimated. This is, we're going to have your former chief investigator, cash Patel on. He says it is functioning in such a way that's incomparable for conservatives just the re engagement on true social talk to us about how the platforms functioning. Well, I think everybody sees it including you Sebastian that if you're on Twitter or Instagram, you're just getting more interaction on truth already. Yes. And remember, we had a beta test that only ended four days ago when we moved over to the rumble architecture fully architectured cloud can not be canceled by any tech tyrants. So we're into day 5 of this, and we continue to just add people day by day by day. And we're only on Apple. So, what does that mean? It means a few things, but most importantly, it shows that number one, we have been shadow banned and censored by these other platforms, and two, I think it also shows these platforms don't have as many actual humans and actual people as they claim to have had, because even if you did all the sensory and all the shadow banning, it's impossible that nearly everybody that has come over the truth that still has a Twitter account or an Instagram account, how are they getting so much engagement on such a platform like ours that's just beginning. So it's inspiring. It's great. People are coming in droves. We want to invite people. Apple App Store. It's up. You can get it on your iPhone.

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Another Sign of Joe Biden's Cognitive Decline

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Another Sign of Joe Biden's Cognitive Decline

"I'm sorry. This is not calling Joe Biden cognitive cognitively declined, isn't something we really ought to make much fun of. This is the president of the United States. Listen to this yesterday. I'm also sending to Congress. A comprehensive package of that will enhance our underlying effort to accommodate the Russian oligarchs and make sure we take their ill begotten gains. We're going to accommodate them. We're going to seize their yachts. Their luxury homes and other elbow got engaged. Of Putin's kleptocracy. Yeah. Clip, a clip. The guys who are in the kleptocracy. Wow. Wow. And so president of the United States, that's a guy I guarantee you some people listing pull the lever for. You happy now? You happy where you got us? During his second day

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"second clip" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"second clip" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Like Market Update on 93 w Y B c the Dow Jones Industrial Average up 85 to 9 30,053. The NASDAQ is up 12 to 4 13,087 and the S and P 500 is up 8 to 8 3057 this live market update Brought to you by Anderson University where your online MBA will last a lifetime. I'm Kirk darling on the level on the go and on w y b c dot com You're back with Mark and Rob and we were talking about Sake's presser yesterday, where's took a couple questions that were not necessarily easy on her, and I appreciate that We have a second clip to play of when she was asked about this travel ban because you know, Joe Biden is now banning travel from South Africa, which I believe if I'm using Democrats rules correctly makes it a very racist ban. Right, because that's a minority, primarily minority country. So wouldn't that be considered super racist? Now? Now, now you're trying to treat everything equally and hold both sides accountable. There's no place for that back. We were told that very clearly that as of January 21st that was out the window at the window. All right. Well, here is how she addressed the question. Listen President Trump was imposing travel restrictions in March specifically on China. Then candidate fighting called it Xena, phobic and fearmongering. So now President Biden is putting travel restrictions on people coming in from other countries. What words we use to describe that I don't think that's quite a fair articulation president has been clear that he felt the Muslim ban was xenophobic. He overturned the Muslim ban. Hey, also, though, has supported Andre himself even before we did, I should say even before he was inaugurated steps travel restrictions in order to keep the American people safe. To ensure that we're getting the pandemic under control. That's been part of his policy. But he was critical of the former president for having a policy that was not more comprehensive than travel restrictions. And he conveyed at the time and more recently the importance of having a multi faceted approach mask wearing vaccine distribution funding in order to get 100 million shots in the arms of Americans in the 1st 100. I mean, she lied. She just lied because Biden absolutely called the China banned xenophobic. It's not that that wasn't articulated correctly. By Peter Doocy. He was quote. Quoting a tweet from Joe Biden, so she doesn't get to say, Oh, no, that was that's unfair characterization. It's not as if it's not well articulated. Well, I mean, those were the words he chose and everything she laid out. Trump did. Yeah, the mask wearing was the governor's in the States. The vaccine Hello, warp speed and then funding to get it. We printed Almost $4 trillion. Everything she said. Trump did. I know, but the reason they get away with this mark is because this man once said this to a national press corps and he still got elected president. You know, the rapidly rising.

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"second clip" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"second clip" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Welcome back to the program before we get to the audio. Let's go to evey in a car evening. Thank you for holding Welcome to the show. TV. No evey about Ed and server in a park you their ad. We'll figure out what's going on with a lot of problems with the phones lately. Um, I want to play. Two clips of Nancy Pelosi. No, no, let's Yeah, we'll go toe Nancy Pelosi. It's going to be cut five and cut six just to show you what kind of Ah, phony person we're dealing. Not that anybody in Maryland. Needs to be told. Informed what kind of a fraud Nancy Pelosi is, but She was on 60 minutes yesterday and then a big big tease thing about you'll find out what it was like inside the Capitol of the moment, and there the insurrection states, not an insurrection. A bunch of morons. They? Insurrection is people have an agenda who have a goal who are willing to go and and try to implement and by force that gold? These were morons, wilding. But okay, whatever. And during the course of the interview with Leslie Stall, Nancy Pelosi was asked about covert relief and obstructionism that the Democrats committed. And she, of course, is what I would never do Such a thing. Is kind of funny because Leslie Stall pressed her a little bit on reminded her Of What she did. And Nancy Pelosi. This is this is an answer you can get And on Lee, get from somebody. Who believes that they are insulated from any Consequences whatsoever of their actions. And that such is the case with Nancy Pelosi Cut five Go ahead. You yourself are not known as a person who compromises No, I am a compromise. We want to get the job done mischaracterized by the Republicans that way. That's a tactic that they use. What I know. We want results for the American people. What about the covert relief package that was held up for eight months night? That was their off obstruction. Understand? This was their obstruction Yours to their obstruction. No yours to take. That was an obstruction. You have held out for eight months. We held it up because it was no No respect for a cure owes Earth, our state and local health care workers. Police and fire are first responders are sanitation. Transportation. Food workers are teachers, their teachers, their teachers. They would not go down that path. There's a member of your caucus who said specifically that we look like obstructionists and it was a mistake. I don't remember anybody saying that and then they have and they may have, but it isn't. It wasn't a mistake and I would not, and nobody expects me to to support something that solidifies injustice in our country. All the solidifies injustice in our country and never do that I love are shaking that there was nothing in there to respect her. Our frontline workers, the doctors, the garbageman, the clerks and the teachers, the teachers, the teachers who said that three times teachers Aren't frontline workers. Unless the front line is in their basement in front of a computer as their unions refused to go back to schools, even though the data shows that Children don't really Transmit Corona virus, But the teachers union owns a big chunk of the Democratic Party, so they're going to get payoffs. If the Democrats have their way. Here's here's combat pay for somebody stationed in Kansas. Well, why? Why would somebody in Kansas get combat pay? Well, because I said so, because they're big donors to the Democratic Party. But her sitting there we did not obstruct. We're not obstruct and Lesley Stahl points out. You did for eight months. What? No way. Sure, yeah, we did. But we didn't really You sit there and you begin to your eyes begin to cross We want in the hell is this woman talking about that? She even know what she's talking about? Was she here? For the past year, which she in the country for the past is like she doesn't seem to have been aware of what she has done. And of course, she is acutely aware of what she is done. But that's not the narrative so she pretends. Otherwise. Leslie stall sort of calls her out on that doesn't really press the issue doesn't point out. The obstruction in specifics doesn't point out where Nancy has admitted to the obstruction in specifics, either. But I want to go back to those very same two people. Back in 2000 and six when you listen to Nancy Pelosi's rhetoric now on anything but in particular on President Trump, they're saying right now they're going to pass something resolution in the house. It says that the vice president should invoke the 25th amendment, which is to say that declared the president incapable of this charging his duties as president and therefore taking over. Congress has no If you read the 25th amendment, the only role Congress has in the 25th amendment is they are to be informed of the actions of others, either The president's going into surgery. And so he says, a Congress I'm giving. I'm gonna be out cold for eight hours of surgery. I'm therefore seeding the powers of the presidency to the vice president That's in the 25th amendment. The fourth. Part of the 25th amendment is that the vice president and a majority of the Cabinet Have determined for whatever reason, Usually if the president has a stroke or something. And can't do it themselves. Inform Congress that That they're incapable of discharging their duties like there's a car accident. It wouldn't be a car accident. But if there was a car accident president couldn't have planned for that. So the president, vice president and majority of the Cabinet sign a piece of paper attesting to the fact president. Cannot currently do their job and therefore the power of the presidency will be vested in the vice president for the time being. That's what the 25th amendment is. Democrats want the vice president to simply declare the president to be mentally unfit there by seizing power. From the duly elected president. Now, that's that's bad enough. But it's one branch of government. One supposed Coetzee equal branch of government. Passing a resolution directing the vice president. That's what they're going to do today. That's the plan anyway, directing the vice president to seize power. Which is, in essence, a coup. It's kind of funny because they call what happened Wednesday. They've been pulling is attempted coup a coup attempt. This is actually Cool. This is pressure to to run a coup on the elected president of the United States. Also, Nancy Pelosi last week spoke with the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the military said. Do not. Do not listen to the president. Basically. Until he's out. Don't listen to the president for the rest of his term in office, which again the power of Commander in chief is vested fully in the executive the president of the United States, so trying to one branch of government trying to seize that power. Anybody trying to seize that power?.

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"second clip" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"second clip" Discussed on KCRW

"We have two clips of tape from the debate here is Lacey defending her support from the police unions. Men and women who are parties. Unions are contributing my campaign because they have worked with him and they do not trust him. I have, in fact, prosecuted over 200 officers for homicides for sexual assaults on the job for police abuse and for an officer involved shooting. And they know my record. I'm a career prosecutor. I'm not a politician who will throw people under the bus in order to get votes. So what is she doing there? She is trying to thread the needle saying that yes, she does. Support has all the support from police but is not necessarily going to be their puppet. Yeah, I think it's the strongest argument. You can make it. It's still a tough a tough situation. I think to argue, um about that. The police don't have maybe excessive of role in these some of these decisions. But it was the best case you could make it that they trust her to be fair. And she extended that to say that Mr Gascon would not be ableto win cases in court because he doesn't have the kind of experience she has And that she could win a case if she takes If she chooses to take it on. She has a better chance of winning it. In the current climate. It's a it's an uphill case to make. I think he had some difficulty kind of talking about his support from outside Los Angeles, but I think on balance You know, Lacey still has a tough road to go on that question, I'd say yeah, well here he is. Answering a question why he's supported by wealthy donors like George Soros, Netflix CEO Reed, Hastings and others who don't live in LA When you look at who has contributed to my campaign, they're poor people there grassroot people here in l A Now when we're talking about independent Spanish ear's what has occurred as police unions from all over the state, including San Francisco, including the person cars Could put over $5 million who support her and people that care about criminal justice reform have funded organizations that have been working in the space where criminal justice reform for years. To make sure that we level the playing field. Okay, so, But what should we make of the fact that he is getting millions from people who don't live here? Well, I don't know how significant is accepted it. It does support Lacey's argument that he Doesn't have the experience in the district attorney's office to be ineffective prosecutor here in Los Angeles that his support what she was portraying was somebody who's got kind of a more airy Maybe ideological view of the district attorney's office and might not be as effective as a prosecutor in that case. Everybody gets money from outside places. And, uh, I'm not sure that was, I think, just as Jackie Lacey couldn't really completely address With the impact of police support. I'm not sure he completely was able to address, uh, the support from outside Los Angeles. All right. Rafe Sonnenschein, executive director of the Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs, a Cal State, Ela. Thank you, Rafe..

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"second clip" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"second clip" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"News. But the problem is there's It's kind of like a slow creep of liberalism. That's kind of making its way into a lot of the shows in the name of objectivity, But I do want to play a clip three Trey Gowdy shreds. Biden listen. Careering. I'm doing great. Thank you. So the president was speaking last night and talking about Joe Biden. Why won't he release his names of the Supreme Court nominees? Listen to this. Now I'm asking sleepy Joe Biden to give me a list and he doesn't want to do it. You know why? Because he could only put super radical left judges on people that would destroy your country. People that would destroy your country. Try. What do you think? Why won't he release the last What the president's right and then you make one person happy and lots of people upset and you draw scrutiny to that person. Why'd you pick them and not someone else? But, you know, Endsley way don't necessarily need the list. We know who Joe Biden has opposed in the past John Roberts. Is the most moderate part of that conservative bloc on the Supreme Court. Biden voted against him. But can you remember the last GOP nominee that Biden light? It was David Souter, David Souter's one of the most progressive justices we've ever had. So you could just look at who Biden his life and not like in the past and have an idea what kind of jurors till pit Too late. Trey Gowdy is you know he's one of those guys. You know, I can't imagine him without a suit on but I wish he'd put a T shirt on and say what he really thinks. Well, you know, And here's the thing pretty good at he was a former prosecutor, and so Yeah, really can't mess with him. He oversaw the Benghazi hearings. If you remember this And he went after, but unfortunately, nothing ever materialized with with prosecuting Hillary Clinton and her cronies, But in the second clip with Trey Gowdy going after Biden. He's he's talking about court packing. Have you ever heard that term? I am not. OK, listen to what he says about court packing. I would not get into court packing way had three justices. Next time around, We lose control. They had three justices. We began to lose any credibility for the court has it all. And so I would not packed the court. That's a pretty logical answer. Why can't Why can't you repeat that in 2020? Well, you may not remember what he said. That's a possibility. The other possibility is he's just beholden to the left. We have the same number of justices. For 150 Years nine has been just the perfect number for this country for 150 years. If you don't like the Supreme Court nominees are then win an election. You should a won in 2016. But President Obama, this Messianic president that we had for eight years, um, his successor lost, so if you want to pick Supreme Court justices Win elections. So the court packing is the idea and that you probably heard this. They want to add another eight justices. I think to make it like 16, or I don't know what the number was, but they were floating. 15 judges, maybe 15 there it is right there. 15 Judge's Court packing Wass the judicial Procedures Reform Bill of 1937 legislative Initiative proposed by Franklin D. Roosevelt to add more justices to the use of U. S. Supreme Court in order to obtain favorable rulings regarding new deal legislation. So what they're doing is they're saying Well, you know, and here's what will happen. If Biden gets elected. They will do that. That's why they're so afraid if Trump gets a conservative judge Ian To replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Their their deathly afraid of that their deathly afraid of it. You know, I don't just say Trump was so respectful of her death. Everything about it. From the moment he heard that she had died when he was on his campaign trail there, and somebody said, Did you hear that She died. He was on his game. I don't know that I have ever seen this guy more on his game. He's very funny. He's able to make jokes and tell funny stories. And I mean, he's just Ah, very relatable guy. But when it came time You know, that was surprised. It was sprung on him by some reporter as he was walking to his airplane. After a big rally. He handled himself with great dignity. And you know what? That that right there shows that it's it's taken him like these four years to really understand how to play this game of air quotes, politics Well, the reality is is in control of himself know thy self like I said, That's my Sunday talk. This man now knows himself. I love it. Well, I mean, also, this is a game of strategic Go. You know, the strategy of didn't get him. They didn't get him. They didn't trick him to say something very nasty. He understood what he had to do. And I'm sure that he was prepped well ahead of time before he said anything so I think it's important, though, because you know, campaigns rise and fall on single sentences doesn't seem to have any effect on Joe Biden. But I do want to play a clip. Five Kayleigh mcenany. Giving a presser last week, saying that voters sent unmistakable message on scotus Listen More on the growing showdown I want to bring in White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany Kayleigh. Thank you for joining me today, you know, Joining. I normally don't tryto overuse that word that hyperbole about a showdown, but it really is shaping up that way with threats from the left. What are you doing at the White House to prepare for the battle ahead? Yes..

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"second clip" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Of offset that yeah it'll these notions of notice to this that's I have two clips of that had to hear a sure the dog is a right Glenn Greenwald was on the the rising and that was comment is that the crystal ball show yeah okay yeah cat scan is the Christmas the Christmas Sagar today who I think is more entertaining but eat let's do he does a thing on on Flynn which brings in a number of these points Greenwald who is an old school progressive wisely lives in Brazil yes he he he he's like some of these other guys we had these are these radical lefties on some kind of some but couple years ago saying I don't understand why the progresses in the laughter all cuddling up to the F. B. I. in the C. I. A. all of a sudden they're all in with this kind of thing doesn't make any sense this starkly and Greenwald has some similar thoughts you're on this plan update the case of Michael Flynn with you know you have you saw glam you covered here we had my typing and others just about the abuses in the cases and the case against planning a regardless of how you feel about Flynn himself personally now we're seeing some developments going on with the job I just want to give the audience a quick update on that what can you tell us about this judge seems to be declaring that the department of justice wanting to drop a charge against Flynn is an abuse of power by the department of justice itself yeah it's really bizarre you know for years the idea that lying to the FBI was even a crime at all what is a kind of reactionary view of the criminal justice system and liberals are the ones leading the way in denouncing anything we talked about before that the jurist who wrote probably the most compelling opinion about why lying to the FBI should not be a crime his name Ricky pater Ginsburg why aren't the person who went further than her refusing to eat that's just reset didn't you just write that no I don't know when it was thought it was a reason I think it was older but it is well within the last eighty seven years yeah I agree with that is always good to know that to lying to the FBI which everybody's now all you like to do it thank you all these liberals are saying this when in fact delivers the ones I always thought this was bogus you say liberals with such disdain Justin Tatum matter be I cannot be a crime his name is Peter Ginsberg and the person who went further than her refusing to even recognize it as a crime despite the law saying that it was was John Paul Stevens so that's always a left wing liberal view they even launched the app that deadline to get B. I shouldn't even be a crime and what's interesting is that now you have a judge who is refusing something extremely rare cases just department saying we were overzealous prosecution we want to drop a line to the FBI prosecution and liberals are acting like this is some great threat to the Republic and what judge Walton did is he had John Gleason who I know very well he's a former district judge a former federal judge from Brooklyn from Eastern District of New York in front of him my practice when I was a lawyer who is known as you used to be a prosecutor he was always he's always been a very pro prosecutorial judge which is why they selected them now essentially advocating for I don't know for whom for the judge at gas in saying that the prosecution against Michael Flynn should continue even though the justice department has concluded that it was unjust imagine how threatening that is the just the basic rights of the defendant we want prosecutors to drop prosecutions when they conclude that it's on just for the judge now to say we're not going to let you credible abuse of the criminal justice system which liberals are supposed to be working to weaken not strengthen well so it hit me listen to this and Glenn Greenwald would be the guy to figure it out the genesis of all this is really the noodle boys and girls entering the journalistic work force and I would say going dating back at least three years to the microsd the steel report there was a Russian hooker P. report tape whatever that the the virtue signaling that and it was really the journalists who made that happened and I'm talking about the ones that buzzfeed at your advice at vox at the Burj lot of vis M. and they're all on Twitter and they're all check mark in the all out Rajan you know if you really who makes the biggest mistakes of **** they say it's the journalists and they always delete their tweets and get rid of it somehow there's that I think that's really where the change started to happen because they pick up the stuff that's bubbling the amplified amongst themselves and then they take it to print well I'm not it's just subscribing yet but I'll say this I've noticed of all these and all these journalists within the same age pretty many of whom are have moved on from buzzfeed in there at the New York times I know that plenty of people that are the New York times I started off it elsewhere the gotten shuffled into the New York times and and they have their Twitter feeds and I can document I've always thought about but it was like overwhelming it couldn't do it biased tweets from all these journalists away and there's very clear what's all this is my my opinion okay it's your opinion but you're right there is so you're a New York times reporter in your opinion is seems to be that you ate trial and you don't think that's going to get into the into the mix it's just my opinion is my opinion it's possible.

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"second clip" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"second clip" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:55 min | 2 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I'm beginning to think more and more I think drudge's right it's Elizabeth Warren's to lose but we'll have to wait watch see what happens in all that we're going to go through a little bit of Elizabeth Warren's record in older there's a reason the president called her pocahantas and the reason is a she's lied and she lied repeatedly and she lied after we she was exposed for lying and then when she finally does and ancestry test with Dr done in my life came back a hundred percent British child they said that was rare to be a hundred percent but I kind of suspected it considering all for my grandparents came from Ireland to counties remarkable about it is they met in the United States one pair grandparents they live just blocks away from each other or very short distance will put it that way it's great stuff you get to know all that stuff we have was so we'll hit that today no one is going to say I'm not going to spend a lot of time on it because the media does not deserve all the time that we probably spend on them because I think they've just expose themselves to be the full that they are the latest example greatest examples of course the New York times running with the report about justice Cavanaugh having you know rubbed his personal private parts on this person but the person has no recollection whatsoever that anything like that ever happened none and the third party that says it happened and that they're counting on happening our is somebody that has a staunch political agenda currently working Williams Connolly and also yeah involved in the Clinton impeachment issue how ironic so now we've got the same corrupt lying news media that have lied smeared slandered besmirched use character assassination every. re single solitary day against trump for anybody like strop and even going after up sixteen year old kid named Nicholas Sandman why because he wears a mag a hat they see a fifteen second clip and they want to believe what they want to believe because that kid wore a maggot hat they had to believe that that he was the races know him and his fellow students were the victims of racism by the black Hebrew Israelites that were using all sorts of of taunts and and racial exchanges with the students and he stood up as a leader so don't don't respond don't respond to respond and it's just the opposite of what the media reports is that while many walked up to and tried to intimidate and native American was protesting Nathan Phillips no that story fell apart too but they kept going and going and going hour after hour day after day even when it was corrected they kept going you know call on the sixteen year old kid a racist trump supporter raises from support is what they do. only good the only problem I am in this case and I would be so fake news CNN that will be Roswell Rachel's MS di and see the conspiracy trial is that all of a sudden now the facts come out the truth comes out and they're going to be paying big time why should impose same story and I don't think that Lynn ward is even done I don't think is is probably there's probably more going on behind the scenes where people are dying to pay but not tell anybody or made any wrongdoing that's how they do these deals you pay but you don't admit wrongdoing and you know sometimes that's true but. in this case it's a slam dunk case they slandered the smear does what they do every day and everybody that likes Donald Trump what do you think they mean when they say smelly and smell the the Walmart trump supporters what do you think they're doing and saying in that statement first of all if you shop at Walmart I happen to believe you're smart I shop at Walmart many times in my life why because you get the same products at great prices and the second thing is they've got everything at Walmart anything you want you get of Walmart especially the super Walmart to get everything even your groceries now so Walmart's it's great I have been a like those stores I like cosco's they give free samples I like cosco's free samples I do what I purchased products because I tasted the free samples member I went one time and they had the cheese steak that they would get out there they just cook in a way I could get away and I like you had one piece all is good and take another piece is really good and the ladies looking at me would you like me to just feed your lawn chair and you could even go in and just get you know a hot dog and a coke at some of these places our pizza and it's like two three Bucks it's insane the best deal you'll ever get it really is good food if you like junk food like I do. I'm I know my buddy Clark Howard the broadcaster out of Atlanta I mean Clark Howard what brags about going to the stores to eat and I even bought his wife's engagement ring at Costco I mean because they sell that too and it wasn't a cheap bring but it was cheaper because of where he got it and you got to give him credit for being smart with the money money is hard to come by. anyway but what are they saying when they say he's a smelly Walmart from supporters or you're a diva bold deplorable Sir bitter angry Americans that cling to their god their guns their religion what do they say they're putting the heart and soul the country now because they do think the out for whatever reason they I they don't like us. if you believe as you think is a conservative you like Donald Trump you like his fighting style and maybe you don't like everything about a style but you like the fact that he gets results and that is fighting to get results and you kind of say well I wish you just turn the switch off the switch that lets see our got hostages home with North Korea that stop the firing of missiles over Japan every other day they got the remains back from the Korean War in the fifties and what did the president any bride the north Koreans like Bill Clinton did know the good deal who mereka people does a disaster as a bribe in the Iranians knowledge and bribe them either is he threatening and saying that we're locked and loaded yeah he's saying we're locked and loaded and then the president fights you know kept his promise on the Supreme Court kept his promise on taxes kept his promise on deregulation keeping his promise at the border president now got permission for the next seventy miles he say by the end of but this time next year while four miles a wall built and on top of the repairs that have taken place. so you know that there is this this contempt I and I stand by this all right up whatever Donald Trump does. thereafter. with all that we have been through though you would think that the corrupt media in this country would maybe be a little more cautious nope. Washington post you see what happens is one that one outlet reports than the other outlets as as reported on NBC has reportedly BC as reported in The Washington Post New York times reporter on CBS as reported on conspiracy television Roswell Rachel Manto's network M. S. D. and C. as reported they just it's circular reporting they just suck now they cite the one place that what with the story doesn't matter dating check of themselves to save a truly a site the other source and we get this all the time. now that this again it happens an anonymous intelligence community whistle blower story. so now says he absolutely had to go public when he found out the president trump made a sort of dangers secret promise. the way we don't know what the promises but it's dangerous and it's secret to a so far unidentified foreign leader. by the way they really cared about that they might they cared when a Obama's tell the lot of Meryl have more flexibility after the election hello okay hello it's not like a couple people what I'm gonna do we're gonna tell that but you tell Vladimir once I get reelected we can do what we really want to do. that sounds like a cigar promised to me well identified foreign leader some strange reason the same ever ville vigilant whistle blower apparently stayed as quiet as a mouse when Obama promised tell Vladimir after the election okay hello this is between us now after the election we tell him all of the more flexibility to do the stuff okay. yeah they don't pay any attention to that that wasn't a story for them but now they're now they're just so concerned about everything. why should impose runs with the story phone call between president trump and some unnamed foreign leader offering some unnamed promise regarded as so troubling that a prompt an official in the US intelligence community to file a formal whistle blower complaint. sold. nobody is it now the president says in promise anything no idea what this person is talking about now in light of the fact that they spied on trump by using Hillary's dirty unverified Russian dossier and that's a fact and now knowing that there was a lot of outsourcing of intelligence gathering by our intelligence community under Obama now knowing that a counter intelligence operation was being run out of the Obama White House against Donald Trump and now knowing he was spied on and a multitude of ways one being Carter page in the FISA warrant are the other being you know a broad and trying to you know use foreign spies to discover stuff about trump you gotta wonder how did the Intel community get this information remember when Chucky Schumer he was on with Roswell Rachel kannst Rachel conspiracy theorist man now on MSDN see the propaganda arm for the extreme radical leftist socialist Democrats and there's what Chucky Schumer said as I watch later later on solicited pronouncement on the intelligence community this was history just a little while ago tonight in this is the the scare quotes there the intelligence briefing on so called Russian hacking was delayed until Friday perhaps more time needed to build a case very strange because he's he's taking these shop this antagonism taunting to the intelligent tell you that if you take on the intelligence community commercial six ways from Sunday at getting back at six wasn't so even for a practical supposedly hardnosed businessman he's being really dumb to do this what do.

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"second clip" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"For roasting the delegation that met with Kim Jong moon at the DMZ yesterday so he's thanking everybody but Pat Sajak was on Twitter during the democratic debates and if you some of the stuff he's got such a great dry sense of humor he was talking to the debates he says this could be worse it could be a dinner party and I could be there well that's good he said and then he went on to say hold on let me see raise your hand if you shouldn't call yourself a journalist going to the the people are you asking the questions the moderators doing all the ship by show of hands here who's going to give everything away from the that the government has it been a show hands every raise their hands but some of the stuff is just hilarious no we're not talking about the debates is this one so sorry to hear about my the that my hearing a series on Netflix was canceled by just support was lessened by the fact that I didn't know I had an S. series on Netflix seems like everybody's got a series on Netflix now he said actually teared up watching is like commercial last night going to buy some Schick products today see if I can make shaving a less emotional experience this often Pat Sajak on his tweets since I know it's a generational thing but it's difficult to get used to exchange messages with grown men and getting back smiley faces in short videos of people applauding or spitting out their coffee said I remember a time when you can enjoy or not enjoy a movie based on its merits now we have to worry about the politics of casting the social implications of the film it even the validity of the reviewing process the joy is being sucked out of pretty much everything isn't that the truth wow gosh civic prison was over in at the G. twenty and he met with president xi from China and Larry Kudlow is the national economic council director I'm gonna play two clips here of what Larry Kudlow had to say yesterday was on CBS news face the nation and then I'm gonna tell you how that affects your life to listen to let's listen to Cuddy first he said no additional terrorist for now so he's going good faith to see how these talks go to see a China delivers on early agriculture promise that's called an early harvest but that may be up for grabs we will see no one can compare after decked out with certainty and then Larry Kudlow goes on to explain how they've been doing a lot of negotiations to get to this point the president believes that China will begin to purchase American agriculture and that's going to be a big boost to our farmers and that would be a good faith show that these are serious talks negotiations so what does that mean for you well headline from C. N. B. C. S. and P. five hundred hits new record Dow rises more than one entry hundred fifty points after trump and she agreed to a trade truce so this helps you in your four oh one K. and if you do your own investing your stocks because the market does not like terrorists they like stability and that's where things are going right now and this is gonna be driving the Democrats absolutely crazy because he's doing everything he said he was going to do you know if you go down the list of campaign promises lower regulations more jobs bringing jobs back from overseas he's doing all of it then the one people say well he's not building the wall well they say there's been a significant drop in the number of people crossing the border simply because Mexico has decided to close their southern border by the way they caught for members of ISIS in Guatemala the other day no Democrats say no terrorists to come across the border that's crazy talk Guatemalan gotta before we did for the got to our country that's certainly nice by admin season the story all morning here's a lady she's in a casino in Cincinnati she slips and falls she decides to sue the casino well there's a little bit more back story here this is why business owners have liability insurance because of people like this that will come in and slip and fall and say oh I hurt my back it in this case she broke her knee cap but it's kind of a strange circumstance you see she was walking across the floor of the Jack casino that's what it's called Hamilton County Cincinnati there was a sign that said caution wet floor somebody knocked over this woman Linda said Askey didn't see the sign she tripped over the sign that was knocked down on the floor she didn't know she didn't slip on this web stuff she hit the sign well what happened after that is they reviewed the security footage and it turns out the patrons knocked over the sign one of their employees walked past the sign and didn't pick it up moments before she tripped over it so her lawyers are pointing this all out there saying oh by the way you had no safety policies in place for floor inspection or fall prevention you have no criticism of the employees failure to pick up the trip hazard even though their internal documents found her at fault the warder three million dollars it she's got old she's got to deal with this busted kneecap now they've got arthritis she's at a couple of surgeries so this lady just you know so the world are heard here because somebody knocked over and assign an employee didn't bother to pick it up and she tripped over it crazy stuff well it is been incredible morning here I tell you what time is just flown by sherry you're looking at the clock light I am yeah it's been a fun morning thank you so much bread for making the Monday go by quickly it is in we thank you all for listening it's always a pleasure be back next Monday you're on talk radio five sixty KSFO styleite lounge presents an evening with progressive it took a bit of a risk.

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"second clip" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on KTRH

"We're going to play two clips from the debate last night. But before we do that. And important ritual on your Friday, drive home. You know, we here at the Michael berry show. Lone week a work. Grown ass, man. Pop. Kobe. In this week. I would like to do so. Let me say this. This talk about canceling out student debt. I can't imagine how people feel. Took over between my wife and I took over one hundred fifty thousand dollars student loan debt to go through college law school all of it. She was international students it costs a lot more. Gladly paid it back. Gladly paid it back because I used the service I had an opportunity she had an opportunity to go get this incredible education. Why wouldn't I pay that? Yeah, I would have rather spend that money on other things. But of course you pay it back. But this week I'd like to pop top to those of you who continue to get screwed over. And yet you get up the next day. You raise your kids, you take care of your family. You show up to the plant show up to the worksite you show up to your office you show up to your warehouse. Get in your drive you go out and you strap on your your badge and your gun. You go to the fire station. You work your butt off. And you don't have student loan debt because you worked instead. You don't have the advantage, the social advantage that a college education, gives people and yet. And yet, somehow you push through, and now they're trying to one more time, give them an advantage over you by giving them by wiping clean their debt. Nobody paid your bar tab. Nobody picked up the Bill at your table. And yet there you are plug it through. So here's to you and you know who you are. Let's start with some audio from last night remote. What are you say? This is all.

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"second clip" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

11:48 min | 3 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on Uncommon

"Back second. Clip on that. On top of that. Now is massive on Tomba in terms of following. I was massively pain, on Faulk my live. And then what else did I have I had a WordPress blog and I always had blogs in the background was always riding in the background. So it wasn't until second year of university that actually, hey, maybe I could do rotting and just deal with not being paid very well for the rest of my life. You don't think about that at the time, and then he stopped, working you think, oh, this is the ceiling and I hit it at twenty one. Look on thinking, it sort of sounds like you both had these design, like, particularly yourself in the blog the designed to tell stories. Yeah, that is that is a I don't know, like a drive that always pushy forward, even though you know, the money in journalism is in the greatest thing. I think it was also I loved reading stories. And I laughed reading feature stories like my favorite pot of most of my teenage would which is so sad would be like opening the Sunday, magazines and being able to feature stories on well-known people. That was my favorite thing to do. I wanted to write features on people. I lacked saying how journalist would sit down with, with a celebrity a well known person and actually be able to see all my psychoanalyze them as they're sitting there. And then present that uniform like did they arrive light do they arrived with an entourage? Like I always found those details so interesting. And that's what I always wanted to do. And I don't think it's that different to what we're doing now. We're still sort of like sitting with people, we are also like I guess, psychoanalyzing them as. Talking to them, occasionally we that income station episodes. But it wasn't just that desire to tell them what was designed to read about them, too. Are totally no humane. Reading those faces stories were amazing back in the day, and they used to give so much access to a lot of people famous people here in the show. But now because, you know, tabloids like the herald, sun and the John really paramount that doesn't really happen, like, and also, I think, as well that celebrities and famous people in general, feel like they can get so much of the aren't brand story the exact way they want it to be communicated, regardless, that are native put it through a middleman, who might misconstrue what they wanna say or take it down a pot. They didn't want it to go down, if they have complete control, what's the need to gar and give that control to someone else. You've actually funny thing that I tend to hop on a lot and we both do on the podcast. A lot is like how much I despise like the death of this celebrity profile like I miss it, so desperately because nobody does them anymore. Like you say the telescopes and the beyond size they can write their own celebrity faces. They don't need somebody to sit down with them and interview them brings riding good celebrity profiles at the moment. I think Jay do the occasional good one, but nobody has access to celebrities. In the same way that we used to. And I know what censor Domin frivolous. But I think it will use to give us a really unique insight into fame, that we don't get any more could also give you a shining lot, or, or something to run away from in a way by getting that the potty perspective on that person. I mean that's why I always liked it because you could over sudden you like, oh wow. I really respect this person. Maybe I want to be like them in life. Yeah. It's, it's I remember that the that was that was good stuff. Good. I don't even know they do them, but they're very like he look it, Stella magazine, for example, which is the News, Corp, Todd at the moment, and almost every single feature story is tied to some kind of major publicity event for the person that's being interviewed. I'm not that that's necessarily new, but it just feels like they don't have as much great as they used to. And I think that's by virtue of the fact that famous people celebrities have the complete ability to tell their own story, and sort of, like presenting their own brand across social media, and with publicist. I don't need the meteor as much anymore on the on the cuddle, est of your story in and shaima, some be sort of morphed into now. I know you've covered a lot in prior besides a think runs. Well, aware you worked at Melania. I think you're I do dabbling in podcast was on batch, Chad episode. Very nice. And I think you were saying my views on kit powder. You talking about, like how Gibson was like the first first wheel. So the series you did on this pop culture, space, and sort of taking a serious lens to it. I remember it was also Sarah's day was a big one for us when we first sat down to do shameless, and may look at the different kinds of stories that we wanted to cover all Sarah's day was a big one. Yeah. Initial stages. He's an influence that. Who had claimed at the time that she had Q, it's ethical displeasure with food, and we had reached out to, like a, a hape of doctors about that. And everybody was saying that in like thirty percent of cases of sexual display Shah it regresses naturally without any kind of work, by the individual, and it was all these really damaging claims that she was making five hundred thousand young women young female followers, and a lot of young women will experience ethical displeasure in that time, which is kind of like those pre-cancerous cells before several cancer that was one of the be the first stories where we tackled. And we took a longtime planning that episode didn't we? Yeah. And the cancer council, what outraged by it to the same level of way were an concern was that nor might publications to spot us, trying to push it in their faces wanted to cover it. So we just thought you know what if these women have such huge followings, and there is such a vested interest there from young women. Why is no one having these conversations in ways should have the mess elves? Let's kind of a sense that old meteor was ignoring you media like traditional media outlets are gonna say. And still kind of don't acknowledge the influence of space as very legitimate. And I think by doing so influences over time of go little away with doing a lot of shit, and they kind of hadn't bane, a watchdog to sort of, like come between the two is that do you feel like that's totally. Yeah. I think we became the unofficial influence in the I think obviously, I think that's, maybe why we got the listenership that we did quite early on because we're having conversations that weren't anywhere else on the internet. Really, they're very bitchy and snarky blogs, and Instagram profiles that out influence a culture. But I wouldn't say they calling it up. I'd say just lambasting it with no regard for that human being that the criticizing. We wanted to do things that are really journalistic way where we actually looked at it. Objectively and try to remove emotion wherever we could and went to the experts who could tell us the facts that we needed to know. And then present it to an audience who could make their own minds up. But wasn't there for so many other platforms that did that calling out was decent respect and research? And they went to the doubt, even when he was kind of, like, we could bring out experience in journalism, and sort of, like, Mary, that without real interest influence a culture and the hold that these people had on young women, and I just could never really understand why nobody took that seriously. Like he's a whole bunch of people who have so much more power than a lot of meteorite. Let's like unfortunately and fortunately, depending on the person and I could never understand why people weren't taking that influence seriously. And that nobody was willing to hold them to account. Well, you guys did really well as you took originally would have been saying that came from now you've spoken about cancer culture, and how people just Lamba someone about whatever. But in this case, you sort of tone it into a story, and people can actually have digestible lessons that they can take from the certain situation. So, yeah, that, that's what I got from it. I was curious as to why he thought podcasting versus say a blog was the format to do it over here. I'm laughing a little bit because I've got myself into a little bit of hot water when we sat down with a guardian journalist early this year, and sentenced came out of my mouth was websites dead alertly adore think websites are dead. I think logging as a platform and a medium is dead. And this comes from someone who blogs for a decade, an absolutely adored it in every facet of it. However, I also know that in my earn consumption of media as a young woman, I love punked costs because I don't have to give them my undivided attention. I can get shit done. While listening to a podcast. I'm guard drive. I can do it on a drive. I can cook I can clean. I can go to the gym. There are so many things I can do whilst listening to a podcast because I'm busy, because I don't have the time to sit down and give everything to one pace of media media. Whereas we blogs, you have to sit there and read it with TV you have to sit there and watch it every other platform doesn't have that even if it. Yeah. And it was. Absolutely. That it was maybe a little less concisely informed at the time time, we will working at a website, and we were struggling to get eyeballs on our own work like digital media was struggling to get eyeballs on any website. They will completely beholden to algorithms and way new as really young journalists that had jobs were going to be in jeopardy because of that. Like we've really felt that rising and rising stress about what our jobs, we're going to look like so we went to put costs and said, let's try now sells input costs, so that we have another skill in raising my say, we can be rehired pretty soon, like that was widely tries podcast. It's like we knew subconsciously unconsciously that it was going to be the next thing. But we didn't think it was going to be a job. We just thought it was going to lead us to a different job. That sort of reminds me of one of the notes on how to bet how it's sort of like skating to where the puck is going so that you guys have done pretty well in this space, but it's sort of a no, you mean like the still sunset exists like there are like Mullah may would probably be one of those this sort of what's the word that sort of destination sites. Like people don't you know, we all have sought that we just type into the search bar or, you know, the HTTPS bar, and just go straight to a basically. So it but it's so hard to do that, unless you have a brand ready to go start and work your way back to that. He's probably is, is definitely the smarter way to go about nothing. Well, we have. Now, like another thing was that I was thinking about, is, you know, you, you went on may oversee there'd be wishy washy about whether they were going to do it. At least that's my sense of it, and you don't have to say that. That's, that's my analysis of it. But you obviously wanted to go through with it. You did it when they were pushing back in, you're realizing that you're gonna have to go alone. What was the sort of the principals on northstar? The guys with thinking about when you did it. I think one of us one of those strengths Fisher is that we have a really strong got feeling when something is right? And we will chase that gut feeling wherever it leads us. I think it makes us quite good at our jobs and with shameless. We had the strongest gut feeling we just knew. And the fact that anyone could adapted it to us, same. Honestly, and I know this will send arrogant, and I don't wanna say American, the fact that anyone would question whether or not China's of work to us. Sanded absurd way felt like it was the garage because there was a gap in the market. There was an audience waiting for it. And there was so much content every single week that would have been perfect for. So when we were told, no or we will told not right now, it was never a question of all, we'll maybe we have wrong it was a question of, how do we do it without the backing of a network? I mean, I note that might be simplistic looking back on its Arbor, I don't think we ever had. Where we thought these ID's not good. We did question selves. Sometimes we thought the idea's good. Maybe us hosts will be a misstep, and maybe when not strong enough to Hearst upon say was planted for us like that wasn't out, doing I think, when someone plans to say for us and say you might be right for you do..

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"second clip" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"This is all right. We'll be got so Maria Barreda Romo is a great show. Sunday morning. Futures on Sundays. I can't recommend it enough. I have before she had Trey Goudy on this weekend. And Trey Goudy, yet I have two clips from this. There are two interesting things he brought up remember gowdy is seen a lot of the classified documents when he was in congress. He has since left, he used to be the chairman of a committee, so he had access gowdy has been just a Cornu copious of incredible video and sound lately. Here's cut one and what you'd pay special attention here, because it talks Pacific -ly about some information about George popadopoulos and what he's getting into here is when you go to the Pfizer court to spy on someone you darn well, better, tell that FIS accord, if you have information that, that person Joe is innocent. Listen to this cut ox play more new side of it wasn't this presented to the court earlier. Yeah. You know, Johnny clubs is rightfully exercised over the obligations that the government has to tell the whole truth to a core when you are seeking permission to spy or do surveillance on unamerican and part of that includes the responsibility of providing exculpatory information, or information that tends to show the person did not do something wrong. If you have school Batory information, and you don't share it with the court that ain't good. I've seen it Johnny Saint it. I love for your viewers to sit right? So that's the transcripts of FBI agents and George popadopoulos do transcripts. What do you mean? Transcription maria. Keep in mind. Maria knows this case better than anybody. Rear ashtray questions? Great follow up questions, and she always leaves you with the tidbit you need to take away from her show. There are transcripts of George popadopoulos is conversations. Wow. Isn't that fast? How did that happen? I thought Alexander Downer. The guy George meets in a London bar in may, I thought Downer was just an Australian diplomat in London who just wanted to meet with George, and I thought it was George. You mentioned something about Russians, and everybody panicked. Joey, please tell me you understand we're going towards this weekend. Okay. For a very long time. George is convinced Downer was recording him convinced that's from Georgia's mouth, he doesn't have any problem sharing this with you. He set it on my own show. And when he interviewed, yeah. Remember the story, we've been told by the FBI Joe their story. Story one. The false story is that this Austrailia diplomat who's in London meets with popadopoulos, it's not any kind of a setup. And at that meeting popadopoulos says just days after hearing from sued, the Maltese professor about this alleged Russian dirt that popadopoulos in some drunken stupor tells Downer to Russians have emails, and they're gonna try to help Trump. That was the official story. We were told. Keep in mind neither Downer, nor popadopoulos say that story's true downers admitted this topic..

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"second clip" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Nine seven three to get your phone calls in here. See what you think about this and get your reaction to it. But this is where we are. Now. Let me also just play something else for you that I thought was interesting Rudy Giuliani indians's this two clips down because I I'm going to order here. Rudy Giuliani was talking about the president and there's been attack while the president may not have been busted for collusion. But he's still Aligarh. He is a liar, and he lied, and we're gonna we're gonna peach him in congress Democrats have been saying since the report came out listen to Giuliani talk about the present. And whether he lied or didn't lie, whether you know, it was a, and this is a democrat say will we don't care about the Mola reporting the throwing out the window. They're going to grab things out of it to justify their impeachment here. Hearings. They made it clear. They're going to impeach president. That is their objective. That is the goal. Impeach president at all costs. We got an peach. That's that's I mean, that's what they're saying here in peach. This president will use the report, and whatever we can grab out of the report to impeach the president. That's how we're going to do this. That's how we're going to roll they're not done. They're just getting started. That's the one thing that's been very clear about the strategy as who cares. What? This report says we've got lines in this report that we're going to use for us to move forward on this take Giuliani responding to this. Well, Donald Trump's ally, your idea that Democrats have been pushing out there. He he works up her that guy. His have ally. Didn't I'm total total nauseous, and that's what we're doing. Now. We're we're talking about did your boss lie down five year olds. You know, what happened today, they they they didn't get anything in this report. This report has nothing new in it. It's all the same garbage. We've been talking about for about about a year. I read through it. I mean finish at four o'clock in the morning. And when I finished I said to my co counsel, you find anything new here baby a little detail. He'll every incident we know about nothing knew exactly what we thought. It was going to be. It is exactly what we thought. It was going to be the eight hundred number one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two. We're going to have much more on this coming up on the Ben Ferguson show, your reaction to it. And again, the media lied about Donald Trump. If we go back to clip won the media was so consistent for two and a half years. You know, why the president it was so angry you want to know why he was so upset I if I was accused of everything Donald Trump was accused of I'd be mad as hell as well. One more time. This is what he dealt with for over two and a half years. I don't need the Miller report to know. He's a.

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"second clip" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"He missed what he said, we'll play the thirty second clip again feel like route this style. What harden does is manipulating the game somehow like almost like cheating it somehow. I don't really have a thought beyond that other than I'm watching. Something isn't basketball like to be basketball player movement ball design plays not to walk it up and isolate and every time. I just feel like the not brought up that point earlier that who else can do this. It's not like. John like within the system's getting all these numbers consisted of for him. Look man cheating. The game seems absurd is that's the way I would describe it. Now, I didn't play nine years in the NBA. But I have covered the game for a long time now, and you know, I talked to a lot of guys in this sport both who played and are currently playing, and I don't think anyone looks at it that way like do. I think it's the most aesthetically pleasing style of basketball. Absolutely not. Of course, I'm with you on that. If that was his point, but these cheating the game seemed silly, especially when Don McLean played from one thousand nine hundred two to two thousand one as I'm looking at here, which is the most isolation Evie era of basketball, if I recall correctly, I'm actually going to defend Don McLean. I think he's been getting ripped on this all day. And when he said it like I've said things about the way harder you hardens. I don't like how he plays. I mean. But I I think you're right. The word cheating. I think is where it probably lost a lot of people. That's a little far. But what I so. But i've. Said this again because I don't want to be hypocrites. And this is part of the reason why I want to kind of defend what McLean said when you watch a full rockets game. And obviously he was it was he was there in person. It's it can be very frustrating to watch the stuff that harden does. And to me this has nothing to do with the 'isolation play. That's fine. That's just that's how some teams play. I don't think players necessarily like there are a lot of other MBA players that don't like it. And kind of if you ask an NBA player who's the MVP? Most of the guys are gonna say Yannis because they liked what he represents the team play versus what hardens doing one on one. And may think that they could at least some of these guys get close to those stats if they had the ball for the entire game with split floor, and they took as many threes as they want. Now, there's only like six guys that actually have the skill to do that. But to get back to the point that I don't like is the fo- finding ways to trick the refs into putting him at the free throw line that stuff to me is where I think cheating is too far. But that's the stuff to me that rankles me when I watched hard and play and gets increasingly frustrating for players. And we saw early in this season with the Lakers. That's why Brandon Ingram was so hot before that whole fight came out. It was just play after play of hardened basically do deceiving. And the ref falling for it. And it just drives guys crazy me on the rest falling for it. He is getting contact that he is he's getting contact by throwing himself into the player soda and often not the same way man on how to hear horn. We'll use it offhand and grab the other players wrist at every guys done that for. No, I turn out every guy. That's not true and Israel. Every got me come on, dude. Like, are you trying to tell me that guys in the NBA that play the perimeter have not tried to goat referees? Like, this is a new thing. I know phenomenal most I think most players in all of the great players know how to draw fouls and so the up fake like Kobe. They up fake they find a way to make a defender get position. And then the capitalize on it..

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"second clip" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And because they have such a rich history together. And these next two clips we're gonna play our part of that history. What can we expect from this next one Adam cruel show Twenty-one this Jimmy's first appearance of the podcast recorded from Adam's house, a former producer mistakenly didn't re-select the correct mic input? So they're recording through the laptop Mike here. Horrible fan noise. Every time that Preuss clicking on the keyboard. Here that Kimmel's terrible sound was I've spent almost a decade now remastering remastered this to try and refine it so I finally got up to this level of quality. And this is the good verse. But sounds great in my opinion, based on specially what we had originally. And this is a short. Clip just kind of showing what Jimmy was talking about. And there's a really funny exchange between. Here. We get. Get it on everybody. You know, the reason of sitting here in my palatial estate broadcasting from my expansive office in hammering the huge check courtesy of CBS each and every week is because of our guest this evening this afternoon this morning whenever you're listening to the show Jimmy Kimmel has joined scraped CJ don't blame me for this madness. By the way, you have gone absolutely crazy up inside your house for I don't know. A long visits have been in the house. You haven't seen the super garage. I had not seen. I think it's like Christmas time, I came actually snuck in your house while you are here. Gore was open. I left a couple of animatronic ponies in your doorway. Yeah. Alright right for that. Which then terrified you when he gave it. Well, these ponies these ponies are there sort of life sized for ponies and the kids can actually ride them, and they were spun to light or movement, or whatever it is. And when I walked in the front door one of them was sitting right in front of me. And I thought it was that monkey that attack the lady and I walked in the front door and this thing when and scared the shit out of me, but just like. The house is infested with police. Yeah. I mean, you could do worse. I I don't know that I I don't know that there's a no pets stripper an exterminator for that. But yeah, Jimmy got the life size pony. I don't know where one of them will actually one of them took off with the circuits anything. Really? Yes. The other commandeered by dwarf, and he wrote off into the sunset that's the last. We've seen of oh my God. I know very generous Jimmy's not seeing the super graph. It'll be fun thing to do with those parties, which is something I did with a tickle me. Elmo one of those robotic tickle me. Elmo doll force them to me. Definitely. I would be great. I strip all the for off tickle me. Although doll and those things are scared of as it is. They really look like a homeless per person ranting me Brian corner. But if you strip defer off of them, they're great looking because just a robot them with big white is and if he did that with the pony. Just saying it's like in the Terminator at a certain point in Terminator after he walked through the oil rig fire, whatever that the diesel truck thing he turned into he went from flesh and blood to just sort of robot the elbow elevator. Yeah. And just saying that if you want to punish the kids that might be good idea. Become and they see the pony has been skinned, you know, that that's a decent enough punishment. But if I could get one of them to have sex with my wife and have them walk in on that that would be a more profanity pony. The kid, right? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But just to expose the kid to that just begin some good to talk about therapy. And by the way, you always want that one thing, you know, when you're sitting around like, you're my eight you carry a briefcase school when you're a kid called briefcase Joe and made fun of and then some guy next year goes. Yeah. While my old man used to beat me with a car, and you got to kind of give it up to him go that wasn't as badge the briefcase..

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"second clip" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Lives. We have two clips here. Here is the first. They are still talking about you with underage girls. Do you still sit here and say you have never been with underage girls? Can you really say that I sit here and say this first of all? I don't know. I I can only answer for myself. If anybody if anybody sat me down there, like if I'm sitting down with any news guy that's ever or newswoman who is ever interviewed me in my entire life and said to me have you ever been as an adult with an underage girl, or I guess in these times an underage boy. My answer would be unequivocally without any hesitation. No. In fact, I might stand up and say, and what the hell are you asking me that for? That's not what Mr. R Kelly. Does anybody just goes by our period, Kelly or something wrong, and you're still talking about you with underage girls? Do you still sit here and say he would never been with underage girls. Can you really say that now the answer right there should be? Yes. I can say that. Wow. I sit here and say this I had. Two cases back then. That I say it in the beginning of the interview that I would not talk about because of my own going case now. Okay. I'll take that. As a yes. Okay. Fair enough. I will tell you this people are going anytime. Somebody tells you I will tell you this. They're thinking their mind. You would be surprised at exactly how fast the mind works is why? I stumble over my words, sometimes because my my mind is about five minutes ahead where my mouth is. Here's a guy on national television who apparently has been alleged to have been having sex with underage children and rage girls. And Gayle king asks him, can you sit here and say, you never have been with a well, you know, let me say this and that and let me tell you this pass. Okay. That's exactly what they doing going back to the fast neutron that at all of this stuff now to that to make all this stuff that's going on now feels real to people, but the past is relevant with you with underage girls. Not why. Because for one I'd beat my case. When you beat you weren't quite can't double jeopardy me. Like that. You can't it's not fair. It's not fair to nobody. When you beat your case you beat. Okay. But apparently, he beat one case. But apparently, there are two other cases, I'm not talking about the one case in which you were acquitted. I'm talking about the other cases where women have come forward and said R Kelly had sex with me when I was under the age of eighteen R Kelly was abusive to me emotionally, and physically and verbally R Kelly took me in a black room where unspeakable things happen. This is what they're saying about. These aren't old rumor rule whether they're almost new with the new not true. Telly became much more and motion. Dale continued her questioning here's more of that. Now, remember, we're now two minutes and three seconds into top of the hour. CBS evening news. Now, why am I rating on this? This is a glimpse into American culture. The most at one time the most trusted news network. No,.

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"second clip" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"After that that that was never serious it was sarcastic cetera McCabe in our interview says no it came up more than once. And it was so serious that he took it to the lawyers at the FBI to discuss it, Mr. Rosenstein seems to deny that in a very carefully worded statement, though. It's very interesting McCabe version and rod Rosenstein its version of that. Rod Rosenstein says it he never authorized wearing a wire into the White House. But that's not what we're talking about. Here. We're talking about discussing whether it's a possibility. So this is the first of two clips today. Year and neither of us. You know, if you've listened to the show for any amount of time, and especially when we've talked about this neither of us. I don't think have gone down the whole deep state against Trump thing. No, you wonder. Okay. Is there anything to it? But believing in at one hundred percent like I don't know all the players. It's hard to really tell. I mean, do these guys hate Trump. Yes. We know that but out to destroy him. Okay. I don't know what Andrew McCabe is doing. But he basically confirmed some of the. Some conservatives worst fears. Yes. Bad people about Trump coming into the White House because now you're talking about spying on the president having somebody wear a wire to know what he's saying it to be able to at the end of the day get him out of office right because in their minds, they're like, well this guy so unhinged were doing something for the people, right? Whoa. Whoa. Who gave you that? Authority. Exactly. That is yourself that is not your job. Right. And apparently a lot of people were talking about removing President Trump through the twenty fifth amendment. That's what you've heard so much about. Yes, it was discussed whether the vice president and a majority of the cabinet could be brought together to remove the president of the United States under the twenty fifth amendment. These were the eight days from komo's firing to the point that Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel and the highest levels of American law enforcement. We're trying to figure out what to do with the president. There was a discussion underway about removing the president of the United States. They were counting noses. They were not not asking cabinet members. Whether they would vote for or against removing the president, but they were speculating this person would be with us for that person would not be. There's more to get to in a second. I just want to know your first reaction when you first heard that it sounds like a lot of people who said, well, that's not true. There is no deep state there. There was no effort to oust the president had some apologizing to do. Yes. I mean for some people today, it's like confirmation others. Its jaws dropping, and they were counting noses in that African this was not perceived to be a joke. No joke about of course. I mean, that's not what the twenty fifth amendment is four. That's when you're talking about removing the president. That's if they've had a catastrophic health event or something to where they physically cannot do the job, but we have to have some mechanism to get him out of office. It's not because you don't like the guy and the timing of all of it. It's it suggests certainly that there were people in the department of Justice in the FBI who were so mad that Trump fired James Comey. They had to get back at him. Well, if you fire James Komi that means you're corrupt. And that means we need to do everything possible to make sure you get booted from your position right now. What time to David few? Remember all the morning Joe stuff, and they're talking about his mental health at all. These people are worried that he's gone crazy. No, it's that he's completely different than anything you've seen before. And it doesn't matter. If you're in the FBI, if you're in talk radio, you're like, oh my gosh. I've never seen anything like this. It was so different. But I mean, if anything this news coming out confirms some bad bad people. This was Strobe. Talking about wired remover removing him. Yeah. So I don't really know. Again, what what Andrew McCabe thinks. He's accomplished other than confirming. Some of the what were described as in some circles craziest conspiracy theories out there about the FBI and the Justice department. He is confirming a lot of this that we were so worried about this guy. We didn't like this guy so much that even before we had any evidence of any type of wrongdoing we just assumed we could take the reins and get him out of office. Okay. So does he do this now because he knows that story is going to come out, and he wants to get ahead of it. Or is he actually playing this to his advantage in a way because he will be somewhat of a hero with people on the left. I think it's the third option. He's writing a book, and he's needs to sell copies of the book. You don't get a chance, and it's because right. And and because he would be a hero to the left that like, whoa. I was the one who is really trying to get him out of office. That's what I mean. Yeah. Well, okay. More on that a little bit later as far as this whole. Compromise with the Democrats the Republicans with the wall. I said, I think there are actually going to be some Democrats that are upset with this. Even though it seems like well, it's not five point seven billion. It's like one point four. Yeah. But I really thought that some Democrats would have this feeling of well, no, not two feet of wall. No wall. You know what I mean? And so what are we looking at right, right? Right. It's true. I just never thought when you got pretty much a clear victory on the part of the Democrats where well we were not giving him nearly what he wants on the border wall. I thought everybody would be more or less. Happy writer for CNN is arguing that Democrats gave away too much with this border wall DA giving Trump just under one point four billion dollars for fifty five miles of border barrier. I just quote from the peace they have once again reloaded the Republicans favourite weapon, the border has proven to possess enough firepower to rile up the GOP base stoke divisiveness and serve as a tool to batter away Democrats whose push for respecting migrants rights and immigration reform. They wrongly equate with a call for open borders timeout on that real quick wordsmith. Stop it. A call for open borders is exactly what some on the left. We're doing what do you think abolish ISIS about when you're comparing is to the K K K, and you're saying we need to get rid of the enforcement mechanism for our immigration laws. How is anybody supposed to take that other than? You don't like immigration laws or one of your supposed- front. Runners beta is saying walls, destroyed people right? We're not the party of waltz. Yeah. Right. The deal. Also indicates a willingness by some Democrats to sacrifice priorities, and it goes on from there. But it's okay. These are this is insane. I know you're frustrated when you flip the paper for those that can't see there was a little paper flip like, yeah. Meanwhile, Trump says, by the way, if you want to climb the wall. You better start doing scowl static better start doing some cardio strength training. That's right. See he hasn't still signed off on this yet. But it looks like he will. Dan. He's out there hyping. This wall is going to happen. Just be patient. The wall is very very..

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"second clip" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"second clip" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"She's not in good. But there is a mood in the country that I believe is ready for a new second party. And as we see baby boomers age out. They are the ones who are very sticky. They are the ones who will link to a deer are as we move into the millennials in the genetic Sers, they're not as sticky. They're ready for an independent market. We get a quick thought. I think, you know, those two clips that I played at the end that that I think makes the case that you were making earlier this week better than anybody people in suburbia who just can't stand. Trump's shake. It's Charlie those. Yeah, he gets those votes pretty easily. But those clips also turn off any attempt at a left of center base. All absolutely. And of course, as just noted as well, the people who tend to be the older generations or more sticky. So on the right of Senator he doesn't have a base. Nobody's joined say nobody's gonna go out and knock on the door for him. But he's just like a bowl and just kind of squishy enough that I think it will do enough damage not a ton. He's not going to be Ross Perot as you just noted, but he's going he could do enough damage to really hurt. Trump come twenty twenty two or false Howard Schultz exit question true or false. Our children will not be on the twenty twenty. Essential. Ballot. Nor will any other viable independent candidate talk. True. Shannon. True true. True. If you are in the market for a new home this year thinking of buying or selling for that matter. You wanna check out real estate agents? I trust dot com. That's a company and a website..

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