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"senator hirono" Discussed on Hysteria
"But I want to single out kind of a more superficial moment. And that was at the beginning during judge Jackson's opening statement when she singled out her husband, doctor Patrick Jackson. As somebody that was just a great husband and father and support for her. And we had talked about Patrick Jackson on the show before. He's a surgeon. And he used to get off of like 24 hour shifts at the hospital so that he could watch his wife. Like he was such a big fan of her and one time as somebody asked if they should get the homeless man out of the courtroom because he was so disheveled from this long shift. But he's like such a huge fan of his wife. He was wiping tears away. Watching her give her opening statement. He was so proud of her. Like the pride that that man has for his incredible wife was just like, made me tear up a little bit. And I just was thinking, you know, in a world of doctor Patrick Jackson's and Marty Ginsburg's, there is no reason to settle for a Mel Gibson. You know, there is no reason to no reason to settle for a Ted Cruz. We live in a world where there are Patrick jacksons and Marty Ginsberg. And so just remember that. Yes. Erin, such a good flag. Don't sell for a Ted Cruz when there's a doctor Patrick Jackson out there. And if you don't find your doctor Patrick Jackson, that's fine. Better with yourself. A 100% cosine. Yeah. So yeah, so the hearings are ongoing. Nothing happened to change anybody's mind. You know, senators got to hear themselves. I also wanted to single out senator hirono, mazie hirono from Hawaii. Yes. What a great moment. One of the Republican spaghetti at the wall tactics was to paint judge Jackson as somehow soft on child pornography. And senator hirono used her time to elucidate how judges that Republicans confirmed basically treated child pornographers the exact same way. That it is there are a lot of factors that go in like judge Jackson said to laying out sentences and it's very much an oversimplification to present her sentencing as like just her using her discretion and Republican appointed judges do the exact goddamn same thing. And so yeah, I mean, but these people have no shame. So of course they're going to keep harping on this. Let's see, do we have any other news today? We want to talk about. Anything else? I feel like we let judge Jackson stand on her own. Yeah, yeah, I can't wait to see her on the court. Can't wait. I think she's going to be a great addition to the court first black woman in American history. On the Supreme Court and really, really excited to see that. So let's take a quick break, but when we come back, we have an interview that I'm really, really stoked about. Very excited. And.
Of Course Ketanji Brown Jackson Is the Affirmative Action SCOTUS Pick
"Jackson. Here, as katangi is in front of the United States Senate right now for potential confirmation. Okay, let's go to cut 41, senator hirono, who wants to build highways from Los Angeles to Honolulu, and also wants the Green New Deal to be ushered in and taz told men to sit down and shut up. Has pushed back against this idea that katangi is the affirmative action pick, which of course she is, play cut 41. And they have implied you were solely nominated due to your race and not for other factors. Your nomination is about not about filling a quota, it is about time, it's about time that we have a highly qualified, highly accomplished black woman on the Supreme Court. It's about time our highest court better reflects the country it serves. Yeah, it's not about affirmative action, but it actually is about the affirmative action because it's time that we have affirmative action. It's exactly what I expect from senator hirono. And by the way, no one's implying that katangi was selected because of her race, we are very transparently saying it because Joe Biden said it. No one said Joe Biden did not run for president saying that we are going to have people come, I'm not going to select people on the Supreme Court that are wise or that our steeped in constitutional experience. No, he said all along, it's going to be a black female. Again, melanin content
"senator hirono" Discussed on The Dworkin Report
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Senator Mazie Hirono's Humble Beginnings
"Maisy hirono serves the state of hawaii. Her family emigrated to the aloha state from japan. When she was a little girl she talks about it in her new memoir. Heart of fire an immigrant daughter story in a rare bipartisan. Vote her bill to address. Hate crimes against asian american pacific. Islanders recently passed in the senate. Welcome senator hirono. It's good to be with you for eye. Let's start with your origin story. Like any superhero. You have one and and it's a tough one you know Tell us about your early childhood in also was going through at the time. I was born in a prefecture japan and at the age of three i went to live with my grandparents grandparents because i had an injury and my mother wanted me to get the care necessary and that would be through where my grandparents live not where my mother lived silat with my grandparents from age three until just before we came to this country in the meantime my mother and endured a an abusive marriage to my father who i did not know get to know really and his family who treated her like a slave so that families and allow japanese families said the bride becomes part of the husband's family and they really didn't treat her well so at one point. She finally decided she had to get away get far far away and she brought me and my older brother to hawaii. We had a very little in fact we have nothing wants to case And my mother started off with the two older. Kiss me and my brother who could go to school and sadly having to leave my younger brother in japan in the care of my maternal grandparents but You know he was three years old too young to go to school in their be. Nobody in this country to take care of him. While mom worked so very very humble beginnings
Senate Passes Bill to Combat Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans
"Nearly unanimous approval to a bill that addresses violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Senator Maisy Hirono of Hawaii introduced the bill and noted it's bipartisan support. Really strong vote 94 to 1. Wow. When was the last time we saw that Senator Hirono says The measure requires the Justice Department to assign a point person to focus on reviewing hate crimes and work with state and local law enforcement. In response efforts, the one no vote was from Republican Senator Josh Holy of Missouri. Measure
"senator hirono" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Once again they picked the doll most of all impeachment articles, and then you got Kamila Harris with Amy Cockney barrel. Remember that mother of sin? Oven and she's telling the whole world that Judge Barry is coming after your health care and coming after your reproductive rights and coming after your voting rights. I mean, if you're dumb enough to believe that that's going to incite you to. So what the president's lawyers they're going to do is play those clips. And so you know what If you're going to start penalizing hot political rhetoric, let's do it for both sides. This is a very important point in all of this, and it's in some ways the most troubling legacy of what has happened with the transition of Power Divide administration. They have embraced now double standards in the policing of speech. That are meant to politically crush the other side. If we say fight for your rights, it's insurrection. Its violence. If they say Trump didn't really win the election. He he's an agent of Russia. Vladimir Putin has compromised on him and oh, any moment now. You know he's gonna hand the country over to the Kremlin. That's just, you know, analysis and editorializing or just straight news. I mean, the lie even more about it. This disparity is something that they are entirely embracing because they think they have the power now to do it. This is not a side effect. This is the intent. Democrats want to be able to use the most inflammatory rhetoric possible. They want political violence to be excused and minimized on their side, as we see from BLM in anti fuck constantly. And then on the other side, they want the perception to be that if you are a conservative if you're Republican, if you are a Trump supporter And you say anything that borrows from the Common usage martial rhetoric of politics. You're a bad person. You've incited violence. Sorry. You're responsible for that. Capitol Hill insurrection even after the fact You were contributing to it, even if you weren't there and didn't say anything and didn't know about it. You are a contributor, even though it happened before you said the thing you said. Doesn't matter. Go back and read. Just a few chapters. In the early Stages that the Sewage system of the The Soviet Union. Was was one way that sells a Nietzschean would refer to this. And it's amazing when you see how the arguments The arguments that would be raised By the system. Were it didn't matter. It didn't matter. It was all meant to just take care of dissent. It didn't make any difference whatsoever. If you had a fair point, it didn't make any difference. If you Were you know you were meant to be flushed away. Quiet were in power. Shut up Your arguments Don't matter what side of the political aisle is doing that right now. Who is really doing that. Just getting rid of of the arguments of the other side without even engaging is that on the writers on the left? We know that it's certainly on the right we don't own The social media platforms, the corporate news media Hollywood academia, We don't have control of these things. No corporation. Bends the knee and begs forgiveness for offending right wingers. No major company says. Oh, I'm so sorry that Christian conservatives feel like they've been Fronted in some way by one of our policies. No, quite the opposite. So who really has the power right now? Who's really calling the shots that then brings Meteo this impeachment this week? Even when they're in power. It's not enough. Well, did they have to destroy the other side? Because here's something that you got to know. The single greatest asset. That Republicans have Is that the incompetence, absurdity, fecklessness and phoniness of the Democrats. He's gonna be obvious for all to see. Then, after six more months of bumble of bumbling, mumbling Biden And John Kerry's climate lectures. You know, maybe you should just call in from the yacht, you know, really, just Go all in John Kerry. The midterms are going to start to look a whole lot more promising than they do right now. That's for sure. But it will also be this will be an opportunity. You'll see this. For Democrats to say. The most absurd stuff you've ever heard about a president and that's saying a lot given what they've already said about Trump. In Senator Hirono eyes is trying to say that there might be some surprise vote from the GOP. I Certainly don't think she's right. But you never know until it happens. Senator Hirono among. I always said among these probably is the dumbest person in the United States Congress. She's saying that. Oh, don't worry. There is gonna be the surprise vote Play six. Well, what I understand is that most of my Republican colleagues will vote to not convict him and hiding behind this argument, which is not adhered to by most constitutional scholars that That impeaching a president who's already left office is unconstitutional. That is not the case, so they'll hide behind that. Why, John? Because what is happening with my Republican colleagues, most of them Is their extreme fear of Donald Trump and the Trump base. So what's motivating them is extreme fear, rather than doing their constitutional responsibility to listen to the evidence and Make both for conviction. My bad. I actually miss Read the verbatim the calling of that when I thought she was saying they might vote for conviction because they had been in fear, but no, she said they won't vote because they are scared on they won't vote for conviction because they're scared. And no, they won't vote for conviction because he didn't incite insurrection. And Democrats set a standard. I think this is very important in the standard is.
"senator hirono" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"In the mail bag, James says. Hey, Ben, When would you consider Joe Biden and Kamila Harris president elected vice president elect is and when Trump concedes, or an electric meat or something else. Why is this your standard? So the answer is whichever happens first. So if somebody concedes then the person becomes president elect in all but legal fact because the person has now conceded right, there's no contest. It's sort of like if you plead guilty to a particular offends. You don't have to hold the trial. We understand if not, if Trump's not concede, then Biden becomes president elect when he literally becomes president elect, which is when the electors meet about It is the only objective standard when he becomes president elected is not when CNN declares it, it is not even in the states certify their votes. It is when the electors meet, and when they when they select Joe Biden, that is the only time he will be referred to on this program, or should be referred to frankly as President elect Joe Biden. Given the fact that again, there's a legal process in the same way that you are only declared a convicted felon in criminal court. If you have been convicted, you do not get to be declared convicted just because people think that you're guilty and you're not declared a president elect until you have actually been elected. And that doesn't happen until December 14th when the electors meet unless there's a preliminary concession, Mark Angela says. If conservatives cannot prove that mass voter fraud in this election with so much at a total evidence, how can we ever prove that mass censorship by big tech isn't big tech censorship? Also an extraordinary claim? Senator Hirono claims that there is no evidence. Well, I mean, we can certainly show you On the back and how we have been censored, right? We can see our traffic dropped precipitously. Also, you can see traffic drop precipitously whenever Facebook woman's on particular accounts when they censor somebody by literally banning them. That is a that is something that you can see right. That is over it and you can see it. The claim that Facebook Does not allow dissemination of any conservative material is obviously not true. But when when you're claiming discrimination by big tech against conservatives, you have to point at discrimination by particular company. So I have said, for example of Facebook that I think the evidence that they were suppressing all conservative message is leading up to the election was not true. There's only in the last week when they decided to openly suppress the New York Post story. And say that they were going to do so. And they started digging anybody on the right that Kevin Roose named that I could start claiming. Okay, well, now I have evidence that there is actual discrimination that is happening in my case, and I think more broadly, but I think more broadly is based on more evidence having to come in. So that that again, I think evidence is available there When it comes to voter fraud again. I've said all along there is evidence of voter fraud. The question of widespread systemic voter fraud is a bigger thing, and so far that has not yet been proved. Shauna says, Haven love the show in all the diversity. You guys give us a quick question. Why wasn't Governor Newsome and his dinner party gets arrested? It seems to me if alone paddle boarder out in the ocean be arrested for breaking a stay at home. And a truly our government leaders deserve the same treatment. Your thoughts. Well, it seems like he did violate his own orders there. I mean, you're not supposed to be doing that now. I don't know. If that's actually being enforced by law enforcement in the state of California. Enough has been criminalized or if it's just a mandate without any enforcement mechanism. It sort of depends on that. But If you're a criminal, then he certainly should be. He certainly should be arrested for violating the law. Time, says Hello, Ben. Now that probably Trump will not be president. But still orange Man bad until there's a new, bad man or woman, one of the chance he'll get the Nobel Prize for peace unlikely because Europeans don't like trump anymore than Democrats like Trump, because Europeans and Democrats are basically In the same boat on nearly everything. Aaron says You're Ben with regard to the allegations made by really Rudy Giuliani that over 600,000 votes in Pennsylvania were counted in violation of the laws of the state of Pennsylvania and then votes in Detroit were brought in encountered in Michigan. I wonder what your take would be in the U. S. U. S s see the Supreme Court applying a strict liability standard to state elections. More specific, I would say that doesn't seem to be much argument that in Pennsylvania, the poll watchers were kept so far away to do their job. And in Michigan, there's video evidence of the windows being covered. While counting was taking place in poll watchers were excluded. You said. You want actual proof of fraud before you'd overturning election? That's why we don't impose strict liability on a state. Well, the answer is because in order to impose strict liability on the state would make elections nearly impossible. There will always be individual instances of voter fraud when you're talking about 150 million votes being cast Across the country. The question is the remedy so Again. The idea of that 600,000 votes were all for Joe Biden or they were all counted. Wrongly. The evidence is not there for that. If you can point to specific instances in which people claimed voter fraud was happening, and then point to the systemic voter fraud happening from this particular supervisor, for example, then you could talk about it. But the invalidate 600,000 ballots because of that, I mean the most the best remedy that you could theoretically declare there even if you're going to declare such a remedy would be to have the 600,000 people vote. Again on. Presumably, the votes would come in very similarly, to the way they came in last time. I know extra voters. All the people who voted get to vote again and then we'll see whether they match up. But there's not a lot of I mean, even the Trump campaign didn't claim voter fraud in Pennsylvania. They just claim the devoted procedures were followed. Anthony says. Hey, Ben, I wanna get your thoughts on a disturbing trend. I am sure all conservatives have recognized during this pandemic. Americans believing we must give up our individual rights to save ourselves from covet. Consumers should be alarmed by this for a few reasons. One individual rights pre exist government. Those rights are not provided for by the government. The government is only instituted to protect those rights to America is calling for us to give up individual rights are breaking with traditional American values of resolve and toughness. What would happen if us was actually under attack by another country? Team a large portion of our country. We just say surrender to ensure survival. How can we start raising Americans to have more resolve and value their individual rights? Well, okay, So the truth is that in wartime, there are wartime measures that are taken the very often violated individual liberties. Sometimes there's rationing. Sometimes there's turn out the lights orders at night, right to see it happen a lot on the coast during World War two. Are always sort of collective measures that have to be taken in order Protective society. That's a balance that has to be very delicately drawn my problem with a lot of the cove ID restrictions that they have nothing to do with rational policy and that they're much more driven by political incentives so that your governor or your mayor concluded that they're fighting Kobe by doing stuff that violates individual liberties. Very much in favor of people, not paying attention to orders that seemed to be in violation of reason. If these orders are just violent of of reason, generally, then they are violative of individual rights. That's particularly true if you have leaders were not abiding by their own rules..
"senator hirono" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Could just be a white dude who walked up and grab women by their genitals. And nobody said anything. Right, But you can't do that now. So that's why there's all these people like. Make American great again. What they mean is make it kind of racist and sexist. If that's what you're talking about. So why guys, according to his California high school teacher, Miss the time when we could walk up to women and grab them by the genitalia? Your comment Jennifer Horn I think it is so irresponsible and, fortunately is so Demonstrative of what's going on in our school system. Right now you have people who have absolutely lost their mind. And they are willing to take people down and vilify people who don't agree with them at any cost. You know. The left is the group that's supposed to Really endorse and put their arms around freedom of thought and freedom of individuality. Unless you dear, disagree with them. And then if you do disagree, you are not a woman. You're just one of those stupid white males. You're racist. You're sexist. You're a predator. They want to take you down at every turn. That's what they did to Brett Kavanaugh. They made things up. That's what they're trying to do to Amy Cockney Barrett trying to get her to commit time and time again to things that she doesn't want to commit Teo and that's what you get from this teacher who is telling our kids and this is our greatest resource in this country. That a totally false narrative based on ly, not even in this guy's feelings, but in pure hatred. So where does this and how do you feel? If somebody who follows politics very, very closely is judge about going to be confirmed. I think the judge Barrett is going to be confirmed. I think that I can't imagine. I mean, there are a lot of people who are out there with their tin foil hats on saying that there's going to be some sort of doozy that they're going to drop in that Senator Hirono knew about something that's going to drop tomorrow. I can't imagine that I thought maybe her most impactful moment was when she spoke about race in this country and watching the George Floyd videos with her daughter, Vivian. I don't know anybody. Really. That could come up with any good reason why she shouldn't be confirmed. Even CNN said. If this was under different circumstances in a different time, you'd have at least 70 justices that would vote to confirm if we're being honest senators. I'm sorry, just 70 justices. That's what it's about right Democrats Room and Farrah schooling When the parents to take back the schools we need parents involved at the school board. We need to make sure that we're getting these stories out about these lives that are being told to work. Kid's school choice is important. Getting involved with school boards is important. And you know what If there is any silver lining that's come from this covert pandemic. It's that people are actually paying more attention to what finally finding out because we're seeing in the garbage, the indoctrination.
"senator hirono" Discussed on KGO 810
"Something that court should strive for. And I know on the seventh circuit we try and I try to be a tomb, Teo and writing opinions, whether it gives good guidance to lower courts and then to also those who are trying to order their conduct. You know, in compliance with the last thing clarity is certainly a virtue in this context. And I think that we're working. Like I said on a bipartisan bicameral basis, Tio help or do it on our part, Copyright law and technologies, another area that we've focused quite a bit on. I think I had One witness say that our current laws are ah MySpace laws and a tic tac world. There's a lot of changes that have occurred and we feel like there's a need for us to maybe move forward with some clarity and some protections. The Supreme Court has spent more than a century answering questions about whether copyright law covers new technologies like cameras. Player pianos, moving pictures. The list goes on several Internet enabled technologies. Do you think that the Supreme Court is the best institution? Answer these questions Or is that a role Congress should play. Most of the things you're identifying san to me like matters of policy, So those seem like matters that are best addressed by the Legislature, democratically elected body not policy made by courts. I agree. I think it's a complex subject and I'm glad to hear your opinion. And I hope that we make progress on it again. I have to think Senator Coons and Senator Blumenthal and Senator Hirono who are on that sub committee who have I think we've worked Well, and I'm hopeful that we'll make progress. I think Senator Blumenthal I ask you about the court's getting involved in elections, but before Somebody goes out into the cyber world and says non people are going to decide the outcome of the election. Nonvotes versus the tens of millions of votes that are being cast now will be cast by November, the third What you're potentially going to be confronted with our various lawsuits that may come in, based on changes and voting protocols for this cycle versus other ones, But at the end of the day, what role is the court gonna play? If any And the determination non people are not going to like the president. Regardless of who wins the election, But non people are going to have to consider various cases but at the foundation, is it accurate to say? That your role will be determining whether or not every single American who wishes the vote had their boat recorded on DH was given proper access Teo to make that boat is that fundamentally what the courts would decide. Fundamentally if an election dispute arose, obviously the issue, it's impossible.
"senator hirono" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"I'm back welcome. It is Eric Erickson here it is my show. Thank you, Allen Sanders. For sitting behind the microphone the last couple of days while I took some time off with the family. Well, technically, we were going to take time off and then they all got sick. So my my wife God bless her told me I could sneak out of town for a couple of days to avoid getting sick so that I could be with you for every day between now and the election a programming note real quick starting tonight. If you follow me on facebook or instagram at e W Erickson. We're going to start doing a series of video chats each week to this week next week, and then on the third week, it'll be the day after the election but I'll give you more insider stuff I've got a ton of insider stuff to share with you today. From a tour of swing states that I have conducted in person alive inspection I WanNa talk to you about that today as well. But first, we gotta get started with the amy. Coney Barrett hearings. These, hearings are designed for really for both sides. I think to play to their base to a degree but it what's remarkable is that a morning console poll which the media t take seriously so I think we should take seriously a morning console consult polls shows eight thirteen point shift in democratic opinion in favor of amy. Coney Barrett a thirteen point shift. In the Democrats who believe that she should be confirmed Democrats are now at roughly forty nine percent believe any amy conybeare disqualified to be on the United States Supreme Court end should be confirmed, which is actually a really big deal given the democratic talking points against her that have gotten genuinely absurd. And when I say absurd I mean she was actually asked by Maisy Hirono the dimwitted senator from from. where she from? Hawaii, if amy conybeare had ever raped anyone you you would like to think that she did not ask that. But in fact, Senator Hirono from Hawaii asked Amy Coney Barrett. To ensure the fitness of nominees for a Lifetime appointment to the federal bench are to any of the other positions of for any of the committees on which they appear I asked each nominee, these two questions, and I will ask them view since you became a legal adult. Have you ever made unwanted.
"senator hirono" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The Republicans and the president say we give you 1.8 trillion and she will not budge. 1.8 trillion people had died. People need this damn money anyway. Wolf Blitzer, Call it up. We'll get to that. And also Megan Kelly calling out Mom are Cuba. More Cubans hypocrisy on China, but the hearings yesterday Amy Cockney Barrett, they didn't touch her. This woman has. She is the anti Kamala Harris. She's got poise, intellect class, and again, it was, but but the the Democrats again the classless Democrats, the same gang that essentially Lynch to try to Lynch Brett Kavanaugh. Ah, they were at it again yesterday his crazy Maisy Hirono, remember? They accused Brett Kavanaugh of gang rape. And here is crazy. Maisy Hirono from Hawaii. Senator Senator. Yes, Senator Hirono asking this is this is the saint of a woman in front of her kids. We're sitting in the bright behind her. Listen to this Since you became a legal adult. Have you ever made unwanted request for sexual favors or committed any verbal or physical harassment or assault of a sexual nature? No, Senator Hirono. Have you ever faced discipline or entered into a settlement related to this kind of conduct? Now, Senator he believed that have you have as I will eat the woman at least like like she's like the most pious Catholic. And why would you even ask that question? I mean, if you have any evidence, so that's the problem. Reason to ask that question. I mean, the fact that she's a pious Catholic, I don't care. There have been pious Catholics. Okay, You got me there, right? The same. Same is Ah, right. But the truth is, like you just said, where did that come from? Exactly the same thing. It was really It was really actually. Terrible, insulting and disgusting. It was disgusting with the smarmy spoiled which kid from New Jersey off Cory Booker. I am spark is well, Let me ask you a question. Amy, Call me Barry. Hold on a second. Here, take a Listen. I want to just ask you very simply, I imagine you'll give me a very short wrestling would But you condemned white supremacy. Correct? Yes. Thank you. I'm glad to see that you said What she would have said No. I'm just curious. Yeah, for. I mean, where did that that you know what that is? That's a try to associate her with Trump and white supremacy again because the polls show The polls are showing the internal polls showing that the president has has garnered about 2025% of the black vote, and they're trying to perpetuate this lie about racism and white supremacy and make it stick to trump. They think the black people are stupid and don't know the truth. Now listen, let's goto Ah this Ah! John Cornyn asked Amy Cockney Barretto, Hold up her note pad. Take a listen to this. You know, most of us have Multiple notebooks, notes and books and things like that in front of us. Can you hold up? What? You've been referring to an answering our questions? Is there anything on it? That letterhead that says United States Senate That's it, it said. Now, everybody. That's a sat there from Gorsuch to Cavanaugh to Kagan to Sotomayor. We'll have extensive notes. She had nothing all speaking off the top of her head again. She ran circles around these idiots. She got a great temperament. The word of the day going around is unflappable. So stop the hearings. Now It's a waste. One more with Maisy. That's crazy. Maisy Hirono listen to this exchange between her and Amy Cockney barrel Not once but twice. You use the term sexual preference to describe those in the LGBTQ community and let me make clear sexual preference. Is an offensive and outdated term. It is used by anti LGBTQ activists to suggest that sexual orientation is a choice. It is not sexual orientation is a key part of a person's identity. How dare you use that term sexual preference? I actually know women. Who have gone back and forth. They have been with men. Then they've been with women. That was a choice. They weren't born that way. Jenna Wolf, by the way, is that the news person? But listen, she let's nail that even when it came to abortion when it came to health care, which is why it's great. Dr. Nicole stop pirates joining us here momentarily because no matter what they asked her She had a great answer, but that got a lot of traction on Twitter. A lot of people saying, Yeah, she's right. She's right. She's right. Well, here you have. Joe Biden. Keith Ellison. Ah, Hanoi, Dick Blumenthal, Congressman Al Green, a black congressman, Ah, Little Dick Durbin and none other than Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Using the phrase this time bring everybody along, regardless of color, sexual preference based on whatever color what with the sexual preference might be by race by age. Sexual preference doesn't matter what your sexual preferences what their sexual preference is never in the course for military career had little thing about her sexual preference had any impact based upon race, color, preference or sexual preference society. Has come to respect. People. Whatever their sexual preference. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, You're a bigot. Dr. Nicole Sapphire Fox News, Of course. Sloan Kettering. Great author. All that stuff She joins us next. New York's home for entertaining dog streaming Now on your smart speaker, Just say play 77 w A. B. C. All right. Have a nice conversation with our dear friend Bernie Pete Morgan. Just yesterday. Pete Morgan, the fine folks at Peerless.
"senator hirono" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Lay it out and then let me make the decision to tell me what I think. A last question for you, Senator Leader. McConnell was my guest on Friday. I asked him if he agreed with me that at least four of your colleagues have violated Article six of the Constitution by imposing religious test on judicial nominees. He did agree. Senator finds time with the dogma lives deeply within you. Senator Durbin, whose himself a Catholic like me by asking Judge Barrett first hearing. Are you an Orthodox Catholic Senator Hirono by saying religion on the table, and Senator Harris by challenging the Knights of Columbus is a disqualifying membership. If this happens again, will you speak up in judiciary and demand that the question be gaveled out of order? There is a constitutional prohibition against this. Yes, indeed they areas and it should be gaveled out of order, and I think you will see the chairman step in. What they're trying to do is to say if you are a woman of faith. Who takes her Children to church every Sunday. Then that is a disqualifier and listening to my friends on the left you you would think that they have decided that only secularist or atheist are allowed to hold the seat on the U. S. Supreme Court. Do you have any any doubt She's going to be confirmed earlier said that she's going to get a vote. We haven't heard the hearings yet. Stuff can happen. We obviously know that but knowing what you know now and having seen her come before, I guess you weren't on judiciary when she came through the first time. Do you expect her to be confirmed? Oh, yes, I fully expect her to be confirmed, And if the Democrats choose not to show up, so be it. As long as 51. We're good, Senator Blackburn. I love it. Senator Marsha Blackburn is the author of the Mind of a conservative woman which is right here going get it, And I think every conservative women and people who love them will enjoy. Thank you, Senator. She's a great advocate for religious liberty. As is the alliance defending freedom. I've told you many times today. I've tweeted it out to help you're following me on Twitter up. You're listening to the show on Facebook and watching the feed on YouTube. Subscribe to the feet. Actually, if you just want to make sure you see it. You can do that at YouTube. Just find my name at YouTube. You Hewitt and we're on instagram. But on all those platforms you will now see on your screen. Will you fight for your freedom Give now that is the link that's available at hughhewitt dot com. That is the link that will take it to the alliance. Defending Freedom fundraising page. Whether you give $10 or $25,000 actually just $100 from a million people. We have to keep ADF lawyers in the field fighting for our free exercise of religion and our free speech, which they do whether or not you're Catholic or Protestant or Jewish or Muslim or no religion whatsoever. You can be a Buddhist, You could be a Hindu. They fight for free exercise of religion or no religion at all, And they fright for free speech. The first freedoms they're called. And these are the freedom of to be no established religion and to be freely open to exercise their religion. That's what alliance defending freedom does. That's why encourage you Please go and support them. They've been Sponsors and partners of mine for 20 years. I've given speeches after speech at a T F all of them. Go support him. And don't forget really factor dot com. There it is for you as I do every day, three times a day I remind you I take it in the first I can't take it three times a day that would not be healthy. I take the right amount every morning and then after the show when I am able, I think the rain has stopped inside the Beltway. I don't hear it on the studio wall anymore. So I think I will be out and about in the Byways.
"senator hirono" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Frost bit of common sense, but shame on soda, my Orrin, Justice Ginsburg for the no vote. But that was some good news check that out some other even talking about the reparations hearing yesterday. Did you happen? Maybe I missed it. Did you see Burgess Owens? Yes, I did. Because if people have not seen his comments, yet men, he laid into the Democrats, we haven't on our Facebook, one point six thousand shares of his of his five minutes beach yesterday. He said, yeah, let's pay restitution quote. How about the democrat party pay for all the misery brought to my race take a look at his video at the website speaking of race. Here's a race baiting congresswoman Yana Presley claims that black Americans, quote have yet to enjoy the full measure of freedom. That is. Specify what she that was the last part of her video, she as, if somehow congresswoman making one hundred seventy thousand a year controlling such power is I guess, still somehow segregated again, Syrian refugee, ISIS sympathizer charged with planning to blow up a church in Pittsburgh and one more another elected official where would we be without people like this Senator Hirono of Hawaii crazy for Trump to be prosecuted after he leaves office, quote, he needs to be held accountable cannibal for what she doesn't know nobody knows. But so you check out hers as well. More wcbMcom, follow us on Facebook and follow us on WCBS Twitter. Thank you. Thanks. I shall radio six eighty head WC him. This. If.
"senator hirono" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Hey, what exploded outrage no case? Don Trump junior showing that the campaign is going to go after Joe Biden's sons business dealings, and one hundred Biden does have a lot of controversy attached to them. That's pretty early. Move against Joe Biden. I don't think the president is going to be late to that game maisy around us Senator from Hawaii, though, return to our subject that, I'll we'll be talking about what the victory state, Iran. She was on CNN John Berman yesterday, reacting to President Trump's tweet telling you Ron don't threaten us again. If you start a war with this, that will be the end of Iran here, Senator Hirono, cut number thirteen and the president thinks that he can resolve all these problems by military might he's so wrong is something that, that secretary Mattis said, you know, we need a diplomatic resolution to all these conflicts. And so this is the president once again, just said something his chest and acting like he is the dictator that I think he wants to be a dictator that he wants to. Honestly, Senator Hirono just really just delete your account resign your seat. Donald Trump is a dictator. I just it's the over the top sort of rhetoric that makes it impossible for Americans to take seriously democratic candidate for president. I want to play the key moment of commencement weekend. Robert Smith, a billionaire philanthropist was done at Morehouse college historically black college, and university HPCC us more houses, very, very famous and various beam university. Robert Smith is the billionaire given the commencement. Here's what he had to say to the class of twenty nineteen cut number. Fifteen Morehouse you're surrounded by community of people who have to arrive at the.
"senator hirono" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Montage. I promised here is the montage. This is Senator Hirono we have time for this share. Yeah. We have time before we get to your berries, the Sherry berries Sheri's berries. We're going to give that we'll have that giveaway. Just a moment. Let's see much of this week at stomach seriously. I know a lot of joining us and you're saying wait a second. What do I missed you? Missed a lot. Okay. You miss a ton. But this is the beginning statement from Senator Geraldo where she calls the president a Griffin at Aligarh. So she's questioning attorney general bar, and she starts with this Mr. bar. Now, the American people know that you are no different from Rudy Giuliani or Kellyanne Conway or any of the other people who sacrificed their ones decent reputation for the Gifter liar who sits in the Oval Office. He wants turn down a job offer from Donald Trump to represent him as his private attorney. Ed, you confirmation hearing you told Senator Feinstein that quote, the job of attorney general is nothing as representing an quote, the president. So you know, the difference, but you've chosen to be the president's lawyer inside with him. You use every vantage of your office to create the impression that the president was cleared of misconduct. You selectively quoted fragments from the special counsel report taking some of the most important statements out of context and ignoring the rest, you put the power and authority of the office of the attorney general and the department of Justice behind a public relations effort to help Donald Trump protect himself. Finally, you lied to congress. Utah Representative Charlie Chris that you didn't know what objections Muller's team might have to March twenty four th so-called summary, you tell Santa Chris van Holland that you didn't know if Bob Muller supported your conclusions. But you knew you lied, and now we know a lot of respected nonpartisan legal experts. Andy elected officials were surprised by your efforts to protect the president. But I wasn't surprised. You did exactly what I thought you'd do is why I voted against. You'll confirmation I expected you try to protect the president. And indeed you did. But now, we know more about your deep involvement and trying to cover up what Donald Trump being attorney general of the United States is a sacred trust you have betrayed that. Trust America deserves better. You should resign. You've been clear today that you don't think that any of the ten episodes of possible of obstruction that the special counsel outlined is a crime. I disagree. Do you think it's okay for a president to fire, and if director to stop him from investigating links between his his campaign and Russia may not be a crime. But do you think it's okay? Well, I think the report is clear that that I'm not talking about the report and. Occurred. I'm asking you. I don't think it's okay for the president to do what he did to fire the special counsel. I think it's key investigate what he did. And I don't think the evidence supports the proposition. Stop the investigation. You think it's okay. For a president to ask his White House counsel to lie. Well, I'm willing to talk about what's criminal. We've already acknowledged that you think it was not a crime. I'm just asking whether you think it's okay. Even if it's not a con, do you think it's okay? For the president to ask his White House counsel to lie. Which if you just go to go back to where the which telling me that let me ask you the last question that I haven't seventeen seconds. Do you think it's okay for president offer pardons to people who don't testify against him to threaten the family of someone who does is that? Okay. What when did he for apart? And deciding what I'm talking about. Please. As Mr. attorney tunnel. You know, give them credit for knowing what the hell is going on around here with the really. To this line of questioning. So we're listen, you slandered this man what I want to know is how do we how do we get to this point? I think. All. I am done. Thank you very finally went confronted when Lindsey Graham finally steps in. He shouldn't have done that minutes before. I am done. That's it. That was Senator Geraldo from Hawaii who man. I would say she puts the be in the word rich. But I'm not gonna go there. That's that's been east me. Not doing it. Not gonna do it tack dog though that was a wild display for sure. Podcast of this broadcast today because we've covered a lot of ground, and we haven't done as much on the lighter side as I wish we would have. It's all available a case dot com. The five o'clock hour, six o'clock hour, seven o'clock hour. It's all there. What else? Do we have for you? Well, I got one more for you. Maybe if you've got two more how about this? First of all we've got the guy with the jeopardy winning streak another day. Another win for this jeopardy. Consistent, James holes. Hauser correspondent Scott Carr tells us how he's tied now for the second longest winning streak in the show's very long history. Here's Scott, let's came up with the correct response. Of course, it did James whole tower of Las Vegas said to be a professional gambler won his twentieth. Game of jeopardy Wednesday. The thirty four year old now shares the second longest.
"senator hirono" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Put the power and authority of the office of their attorney general and the department of Justice behind a public relations effort to help Donald Trump protect himself. Finally, you lied to congress. And that was the good stuff Senator Hirono of Hawaii. I thought her own I thought that was Daniel Webster. Yeah. You've wonderful orator. What do you think about this? I mean the way she just have has elite. They call the president racist every single day the Griffin in the White House. You've given up your opinion to live for the president. We I know nothing shocks you. I'm going to remove that word. But that's what that's what she's doing with their time. Well, you know, I really think that it's good for the country. To see the hard left. I do I you know, you could say what you want to say about the hard, right? And there's a lot of things to say about it. But in terms of like standards decorum, the idea that we're there to to actually have a collaborative body to do the work of the nation and all that stuff. It's a this is a propaganda operation for the progressive agenda. That's all it is. And when they can't get their way through a regular democratic process. They get the breast knuckles out. That's what all this is about for renew comes re read the report. So I read most of it, and I was most fastening by the Russian port dumbfounded. I mean, they had posters with a miner's cap on minors for Trump. They knew the working class, the the working class vote was, you know, the coal was being ignored. And they knew what was they knew the new ones is of the system. I mean, the fact that they'd go into Illinois shows, they didn't know everything because it Eleanor decided state, but I saw a SAS enclosure esque legitimate questions closer in the beginning. Right. That's that's really if we moved politics out of it. We got to stop the next. One because they're going to get more and more sophisticated. I wanna see what klobuchar and Langford have that's going to stop the next the cyberattack and they're just talking about paper ballots. Yeah. I, you know, a lot of us were worried about Russia before the Democrats got on board, which they got on because Hilary lost. I mean, that's the only reason they changed stripes on this. But I think it's very important to see what Russia's doing on every front because they are they compete with us in the world and try to undermine us wherever they act. I also think we ought to have some measure about what we happened. What happened here? Because I think it's important for people understand this. The Obama administration knew in real time what the Russians were doing two weeks before the election at the last debate between Trump and Clinton Clinton was outraged that Trump had the temerity to say that the election might not be legitimate. And he wasn't going to accept the outcome before he saw what happened and then Obama went out and barnstorm using that same theme. So knowing everything that's important that we know today about Russia. They were saying how could you question the legitimacy of the election anti McCarthy? They said he told vitamin Putin's September to knock it off. That should have been good enough. All yeah. Yeah. Would have done it for me any McCarthy. Thanks so much. Thanks. We come back. Call rove will be here. But he'll never matched the magnitude star.
"senator hirono" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"This president has a way of trying to get into people's heads and indoctrinate them. He's been saying, no collusion. No, collusion, no collusion over and over again for a long time now, and he's gonna try and conclude that there this report is proving that there's no collusion, and you have a lot of his sycophants who will take the nod from him, and they'll say the same thing, but we cannot allow them to get away with this. He does this all the time. This is not the end of anything. This is the well it's the end of the report and the investigation, but those of us who chair these committees have a responsibility to continue with our oversight. This is not the end of anything. I mean, it's the end of the Muller investigation. But it's not the end of anything, Maxine Waters, man. What would we do? Without Maxine representing me. Left wing democrat looney point of view. She is not the end of anything. They're gonna keep all we we knew. This was the case I've been telling you this forever. You know this. I know this that even when presented with the finality of no collusion via Muller whom as I've discussed with. You is not somebody who is favourably disposed toward the president at all not somebody. Who was I think fair minded in his approach to this investigation. That doesn't mean he didn't conduct a reasonably fair investigation. But I think that Muller someone who did not like President Trump and that colored his thinking at different points. But certainly colored the thinking of somebody who in that memo said it does not it does not convict him. It does not exonerate him. That was unacceptable. It was very Comenius moment. Very reminiscent of James Comey with his Hillary did all these bad things. But we're not going to indict her for violations of the espionage act and obstruction of Justice. I would note which was far more obvious and far more. Clearly the case. With Hillary Clinton than it was with anything having to do with Donald Trump. I mean, Hillary was destroying evidence destroying evidence is about as clear obstructions, you're gonna get, but they did not charge her. But they're not the real point here is that they're not ending it. They're not going to shut down this investigation. They're not going to say, you know, what maybe we were just being completely insane. For no reason and enough is enough, and we are going to move on with our lives here in some way as absolutely not going to happen. In fact, I still think the dumbest person in congress is Senator Hirono, although there's there's some competition for sure, but Senator Hirono has also said that oh, they're just going to keep they're going to keep on this. They're going to stay on this play twenty five. The president who basically cares about protecting himself and money that he will come up as say this is full exoneration knowing that that is not the case at all. So well, the the chairman of the judiciary committee will continue to do whatever he's gonna do regarding Hillary because here's a pulse. They want to go.
"senator hirono" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"This is a time my friends when fundamental rights civic virtue freedom of the press, the rule of law, truth, facts, and reason are under assault. Hello. Miss Hillary's back back in his charming as ever. I don't know what what it's going to take for Hillary to step out of the public. She she she can't she get over yourself. I will say I'm a little disappointed because there was there was a time. And I set it on the show many times. There was a time. When I really I really did believe that Hillary Clinton was going to run again. And I will admit when I'm wrong, folks. How I will admit when I'm wrong, and I think that Hillary is this too. I think she's probably not running. That's right. All right. Maybe she's not running fine. I might have gotten. I might have gotten this when wrong. I might have gotten this would wrong, but Hillary still going to be out there. So don't think that you're going to have a Hilary free twenty twenty because she's going to she's going to be a surrogate. She can't help herself. Yes. Be near the near the spotlight in some capacity. Oh, wait, wait. I I forgot to get to this mazy. Geraldo. I think the dumbest person in the Senate. Right. I give her that. I gave her that title. I there are some others that are very close. It's a tough call. But I think maisy Geraldo is in fact, the person in the Senate she had some thoughts on climate change to applicable nineteen. And tell me what you were saying. Get rid of air travel. I said, well that's gonna make it hard for Hawaii. But the green new deal stands for is a recognition that climate change is happening not sticking our head in the sand. So what's really craziest Trump and all his Ninian's and his ilk who thinks that global warming climate change is not happening and rather just stick their heads in the sand. They offer Lutely zero in terms of what they were proposal. All they can do is lock in a tack. And I think that is a crazy position because they are denying the science behind climate change. Yeah, we mock and attack it because it should be mocked and attacked because it's idiocy. I just want to know that Senator Hirono I think that she really, you know, she she's she really came through here. Folks. You really did. Because if you recall when the green new deal was initially initially came out. Mazey Hirono was the one who got a little attention for saying. Well, if we eliminate air travel that will make things hard for Hawaii. Right. She said that and it was one of these broken clock. Right. Twice a day scenarios. We go look at maisy, Geraldo smarter than Okaz you Cortez. Right. She she understands something that apparently a leading luminary of sorts on the left is not understand and. Yeah. But then, but then she decided to walk it back a little bit. Then she decided sure enough that she had given a little help to the Republicans by being sane for a moment by accident nonetheless. And she just want us to know. Oh, no, no, no, Senator Senator Geraldo is in fact, a straight up idiot, and she regrets that moment where she said something accidentally that was inciteful or intelligent, and she would like the left, and the Democrats didn't know that she is still a full. A full on imbecile and does not have anything to add to this discussion worthwhile at all oppose the green new deal is not crazy. What's crazy is is a rather the green who deal is not crazy oppose opposing it is so so there's so there's that speaking of what they I will miss this back to the Hillary thing for a moment that we will not have the Trumpster going full on mockery of Hillary, which which would have been great. But at least we will have the Trumpster mocking Elizabeth Warren who so very very richly deserves. It playfully. This was him at CPAC twenty. I should've saved the Pocahontas thing for another year..
"senator hirono" Discussed on WSB-AM
"To decide what their standards are. Is it zero tolerance without any due process? Do they wanna form owed circular firing squad? Every time one of these things happens. I think the late term abortion problem is separate. That's something that Republicans can use to paint the Democratic Party as the party of abortion up until the moment of birth. That's separate but these other problems about race and metoo these are internal democratic group. So that's the story. They're not an easy answer. But no democrat is going to allow three lawmakers to lose their jobs allow Republicans take over a key stay with an election looming. So quick other thing the border battle, which we've been chronicling for the last two months every day twice or three times an hour. Just some some some hope negotiators finally sat down and spoke to seventeen people bicameral bipartisan commerce committee and. Negotiated were tasked with trying to stop another shutdown. Another standoff. Richard Shelby says this would say we've got a much better chance than we did on Monday to reach some type of resolution. Henry says this Texas Democrats said he would not go for the full five point seven billion, but is open to spending a similar some on broader security measures quote. I know there's a pass forward. But people need to understand. We're not gonna go for the five point seven billion. Steve Palazzo, Mississippi says the same thing doesn't think the press is going to get all. But I think he'd be happy with three point five. I think he would take that. What do you think? Mick Mulvaney, says if I don't care if he doesn't get it. He knows who he's going to do cut eleven he said very clearly last night. He's going to get it done. In fact, I think he took it put his hand up to take that oath, and he was going to get it done. And he is we would love to work with congress to do that. That's the right way to do it. It's the easiest way to do it. It's the fastest way to do it. But if congress won't participate Awoko along we'll figure out a way to do it with a with executive authority with and let's be clear about this legal executive authority. This is not a circumstance the president overstepping his. Yeah. And that's going to be. But I don't want this thing decided in the courts, I want these guys to work it out. Sally K R M G in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Sally. Hi, how are you? Great. What do you think about what's happening in Virginia? Well, I'll tell you what I am pro Republican on sixty years old. I've seen a lot of ignorance. And I'm looking at the bigger picture heaven forbid getting rid of another demon rats is on all for that. And I'm glad from their whole pods. Have finally come to lie because we know they're there. However, I'm just worried at the bigger picture of been being politically correct that we can't even have our ignorance abuse period anymore. Either side. Yeah. I mean heaven forbid a Republican ahead a high dollar investigation already on it. Mass resignations to. And that's what bothers me. And that's the same thing. They they they went after Trump really hard next shooting Henry, Harvey Weinstein. And there was she taking out Al Franken because the standard blows back at you. If you tend to be a whole either now, so we'll see member will women are people leave says Senator Hirono everybody, you know, I believe Dr Ford said Senator Blumenthal. Well, why don't you believe this accuser with Lieutenant governor? I've no idea what happened, but she is a deep description very detailed way too detailed description of what she says, why don't you believe her or what did.
"senator hirono" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Right way to do it. It's the easiest way to do it. It's the fastest way to do it. But if congress won't participate a won't go along we'll figure out a way to do it with with executive authority with. Let's be clear about this legal executive authority. This is not a circumstance with president overstepping his. Yeah. And that's going to be. But I don't want this thing decided in the courts, I want these guys to work it out. Sally K R M G in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Sally. Great. What do you think about what's happening in Virginia? Well, I'll tell you what I am pro Republican sixty years old. I've seen a lot of ignorant. And I'm looking at the bigger picture heaven forbid getting rid of another demon rat is I'm all for that. And I'm glad. Oh, finally, come to lie because we know they're there. However. I'm just worried at the bigger picture of been being so politically correct that we can't even have our ignorance of period anymore. Either side. Mean? Republican. We'd ahead a high dollar investigation already on that mass resignations to and that's what bothers me. And that's the same thing. They they they went after Trump really hard next thing. You know, they're shooting Henry Harvey Weinstein, and there were shoot taking out Al Franken because the standard blows back at you. If you tend to be a whole either now, so we'll see never will women are people leave says Senator Hirono everybody, you know, I believe Dr Ford said Senator Blumenthal. Well, why don't you believe this accuser will do ten governor? I've no idea what happened, but she is a deep description, very detailed way too detailed description of what she says took place. Why don't you believe her? What did you call.