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Biden and Carter, Longtime Allies, Reconnect in Georgia

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Biden and Carter, Longtime Allies, Reconnect in Georgia

"President Biden is in Georgia peaches new spending plans and to visit an old friend Jimmy Carter had been to every presidential inauguration since he's owned in nineteen seventy seven but Mr this years because of the pandemic so the president when two planes for a private visit with the ninety six year old Carter America's longest living ex presidents then a freshman senator Joe Biden endorsed Carter in nineteen seventy six and blocking the democratic establishment Carter did not endorse a bite indoor anybody else in the twenty twenty primary Sager made Connie Washington

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is there any doubt about that? I don't think there's any doubt about the fact I think I saw him do it in a couple of occasions where jealous around New York he was working with Chris Heinz, who was the Son of the deceased senator from Pennsylvania. And they had all these, uh, situations they were getting into it. You know, I met them around the time because I was coming out of office and looking for things to do myself. But the point But the point is, the real connection is to what extent Senator Joe Biden got into this and I think that he was cleared by his colleagues. That's pretty much it. Yeah. I mean, you can talk about this and you can try and really these offspring of elected officials. I guess you're in a tough situation because There. They've got that label on them, and they try to find these ways to make themselves relevant. And usually all it does is get their parents in trouble. They cover. Almost. We only have ah, less than a minute left. But it just seems to me that the Republicans were saying Wow! Biggest scandal since Watergate that the Obama was spying on the campaign with that story just fizzled this week and went away and all of a sudden magically in its place comes rooted to the rescue with his emails being sent to the post. It just seems suspicious to me. It's very suspicious and a Zay said it actually starts to make me think that they're more worried than I thought to go to this extreme. When I think that honestly, this is a still a very close race. And it's and it's winnable for either side and obviously, But Biden had a good month in October, but I wouldn't count the president out and that's why I don't think I if I were them. I wouldn't, um, opposite. Dated at all with all of these, you know, every day. It's a new thing Tomorrow will be you know, Biden is actually a friend of Putin. Not trump. You know that kind of thing. Governor Governor Paterson. Biden had a good month because he didn't expire. Alright. That's qualifies as a good mom from Joe Patton. Alright, well, that's true, but what the president said about people in the nursing home? He better hope that they expired, but I think they've changed their appealing from him from four years ago. All right, former Governor Governor New York Governor of New York David Paterson joins us at 7 40 every Thursday. Thanks. God talked to next. Thank you, Michel. Thank you Land. All right. When we come back now was, Len says we have to listen to the scientists. And what of the scientist telling us No Thanksgiving for you guys this year. Let's listen to the science when we get back. Having your health and mobility makes your life so much more satisfying..

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"President Donald Trump did what no other American president had ever done. That was, he suspended all travel from China, the second largest economy in the world. Now Senator Joe Biden. Biden opposed that decision, he said it was xenophobic and hysterical. The reality is when you look at the Biden Planet reads an awful lot like what President Trump and I and our task force has been doing every step of the way. And, quite frankly, when I look at their plan that talks about Advancing testing, creating new pp developing a vaccine. Looks a little bit like plagiarism, which is some Joe Biden knows a little bit about. That's a good line. Then you get pears laughing it up. I don't know. I mean, Harris has to know she's on split screen right, so all the reactions were not particularly good. So point number one goes to goes depends right, he says immediately. Your plan is the same as our plan, and then you pretend that it's a plan. It's not a plan. Your entire plan is Trump is an orange man who is very bad. And Harris knows immediately that she's in trouble and she tries to bring out the big guns. Big guns for common. Harris. Or not. All of the Trumpian policy mistakes or the terrible things that Trump has said over the years or his bad sweet the big gun for Harris's I am Woman. Please, Please, please leave me alone, which is the most anti feminist thing you can say. She was waiting to bring it out. She was waiting to bring it out, and she couldn't wait like 10 minutes seriously, within 10 minutes, she's looking for an opportunity to Try to portray Mike Pence as some sort of bizarre debate Predator. Coming up more from the pens. Harris debate as it turns out, smirking, always bad.

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died

"Bader Ginsburg was a force to be reckoned with. All I asked about brethren. They said. They take their feet off our necks, barely 5 FT. Tall but a liberal giant, only the second female justice named on the Supreme Court serving there for more than a quarter century. Her path to the highest court in the land was not easy. As one of the few women at Harvard Law School she faced discrimination. After graduating from Colombia in the fifties, her tenaciousness in the classroom highlighted in the Oscar nominated documentary on Ginsberg titled RBG produced by journalists Julie Cohen and Betsy West. She was one of nine women in a class of 500. She was tied for first in her class. And the Big New York City law firms just weren't hiring women, not a law firm in the entire city of New York. Did for my employment charging forward, she became a beloved law professor rockers and worked as a lawyer for the O U, She mapped out a legal strategy to file lawsuits against gender bias in employment, housing and government benefits. Man and women are persons of equal dignity and they should count. Equally before the law, You won't settle for putting Susan B. Anthony on the new dollars When they would say things like this. Haven't you respond? Well, never in anger, Mother told that's that would have been self defeating. Always as an opportunity. Teach. I didn't see myself was kind of a kindergarten teacher in those days because the judges Didn't think so. Sex discrimination existed. One of the things that tried to plant in their minds was Think about how you would like the world to be for your daughters and granddaughters. She won five landmark cases, which she argued on behalf of women in front of an all male bench long before she sat on it. Ginsberg went on to serve as an appeals court judge in the nation's capital until that life changing nomination by President Bill Clinton in 1993. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That announcement may never have happened had it not been for the intense lobbying effort by a staunch feminist, her husband, Marty Ginsburg, and at her confirmation hearing chaired by then Senator Joe Biden, the nominee did not shy away from her feminism spotlighting contentious topics like abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. It's a decision that she must make

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Administration will raise your taxes. Will you raise taxes? I will raise taxes for anybody making over $400,000. Let me tell you what I'm going to do it. It's about time they start paying a fair share of the responsibility. And that Wass Senator Joe Biden talking about Why he would raise taxes for those those of us Ernie Mohr than $400,000 per year. Before we get to that. I guess I should just just do a little housekeeping to remind you that in addition to the Odom inner the little Red Book Siri's and our educational videos, we have oodles of white papers on the website. You know, and sometimes I feel like it's too much, but I also realized we all learn differently. I like to have conversations when it comes to helping people. But not everybody is that way. If you want to go to our white papers to find our white papers said we'd go to the O'Donnell financial group dot com. Click on the education tab and then take a look at you. You know at all our offerings, a little read the little Red Book. Siri's white papers are published articles. We have a piece on their regarding me being an Ed Slott, elite advisor. But one of the things I didn't want to share with white papers because of compliance because of suitability. And this is one reason why we don't We.

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Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

"Day two of the Republican National Convention include speakers praising president trump denouncing Democrats in his speech Kentucky senator rand Paul noted president trump signed a bill that reversed a federal criminal justice law backed by then senator Joe Biden the first real reform in a generation and one that sought to undo the harm that others like Joe Biden of done trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow insisted the economy is bouncing back a V. shaped recovery is pointing to better than twenty percent growth in the second half of this year another speaker Mary Ann Mendoza whose son was killed in a car crash involving an immigrant in the country illegally was dropped after it was learned she directed her Twitter followers to a series of online anti semitic conspiratorial messages I'm to acquire

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Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

"Day two of the Republican National Convention include speakers praising president trump denouncing Democrats in his speech Kentucky senator rand Paul noted president trump signed a bill that reversed a federal criminal justice law backed by then senator Joe Biden the first real reform in a generation and one that sought to undo the harm that others like Joe Biden of done trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow insisted the economy is bouncing back a V. shaped recovery is pointing to better than twenty percent growth in the second half of this year another speaker Mary Ann Mendoza whose son was killed in a car crash involving an immigrant in the country illegally was dropped after it was learned she directed her Twitter followers to a series of online anti semitic conspiratorial messages I'm to acquire

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"For your buying for my daughter for my sons. For all of our Children. First episode was a slap to the face and he broke my ear drum punching, kicking, choking. Threatening with a knife or a gun. He had always threatened me if I had ever called the police on him that he would kill me. You didn't hear voices like these in the halls of the U. S capitol. My husband stabbed me. 13 times. And broke my neck where the police were on the scene. I nearly died and I am permanently paralyzed. Senator Joe Biden invited them to speak that women need to be taken seriously. Proper Police response can prevent what happened to me from happening to someone else. Thank you. Thank you at the time. The police consider domestic violence, something that was not a crime in the home. It's a private matter, so women were responsible for their own injuries. It was about to say no, I don't know. I only guessed how, uh, How? How painful that is. Growing up. Our father said that the greatest of all sins was the abuse of power He totaled is like a bully when someone bigger or stronger, takes advantage of you. That is a really grave sin. The expectation was for all four of us be a person of character. You see something wrong way were then expected to stand up on do something about it Win. Joe introduced the legislation if you believed it to pass. Our bill is an ambitious undertaking. It is the first attempt to address violent crimes against women. Was hard to get the votes because you had some traditionalists who just didn't believe that there should be laws about this. Joe doesn't give up. He's tenacious. Joe persevered, and he's very good at persuasion they're doing. He brought together law enforcement prosecutors, advocates and survivors. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to come and speak in 1994 the violence against Women Act. Became law and protected millions of American women. A lot of the change in the attitude you have about domestic violence were shaped by his leadership on this, you see something wrong. Way were then expected to stand up on do something about it. If you're just joining us Welcome coming up. We're going to.

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Complicity and we're just getting started. I am voting for Joe Biden on behalf of all victims and survivors of domestic violence. I'm voting for Joe Biden because it's on my generation to make sure that we never go back holding for dying for my daughter. For my sons for all of our Children. First episode was a slap to the face and he broke my ear drum. Punching, kicking, choking, threatening with a knife or a gun. He had always threatened me. If I had ever called the police on him that he would kill me. You didn't hear voices like these in the halls of the U. S capitol. My husband stabbed me 13 times and broke my neck where the police were on the scene. I nearly died and I am permanently paralyze. Senator Joe Biden invited them to speak that women need to be taken seriously. Proper police respond can prevent what happened to me from happening to someone else. Thank you. Thank you. At the time. The police consider domestic violence, something That was not a crime home. It's a private matter, so women were responsible for their own injuries. Was about to say no. I don't know. I can only guess how, uh, How? How painful that is. Growing up. Our father said that the greatest of all, Simms was the abuse of power. He called it a bully when someone bigger or stronger, takes advantage of you. That is a really grave sin. The expectation was for all four of us be a person of character. You see something wrong way were then expected to stand up. Do something about it Win. Joe introduced the legislation if you believed it to pass. Our bill is an ambitious undertaking. It is the first attempt to address violent crimes against women. It was hard to get the votes because you had some traditionalists who just didn't believe that there should be laws about this. Joe doesn't give up. He's tenacious. Joe persevered, and he's very good at persuasion doing he brought together. Law enforcement prosecutors, advocates and survivors. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to come and speak in 1994. The violence against Women Act became law and protected millions of American women a lot of change in the attitude. Dudes we have about domestic violence were shaped by his leadership on this, you see something wrong way were then expected to stand up on do something about it. If you're just joining.

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Dot com here's here's Marty in Orlando it's great to have you Marty thanks for waiting I rested on the best wishes from Orlando thank you Sir a rush as we move to a client history of anything to do with segregation or slavery how come it's not a total plans for instance senator Warren wants to rename military bases named after Confederate leaders yet I don't see any effort to remove Robert Byrd's name from any of those federal buildings and West Virginia I also don't see any effort to remove the senatorial footprint of any of those pro segregation Democrats senators Joe Biden spoke so highly of give that time I'm not I'm not convinced that that won't happen in time you know that even pelo see use father Tommy Dallesandro tell me there was some don't put up statues of Confederate heroes when he was mayor of Baltimore that's that's where she's from the the the the Robert Byrd business this is the kind of thing that they may think they can hide they may think they can sweep this under the rug but when when somebody's going to figure it out at some point and maybe they have it on maybe I'm wrong about this Robert Byrd was any gland grand clean coal in the clan he was a recruiter he was openly using the N. word all over Washington long after you go on meet the press and use the N. word when talking about his days as a grand Klay goal in the Ku Klux Klan the people are going to find out that half the roadways in West Virginia named after the guy thirty percent of the buildings are named after the guy but it's it's the kind of thing fox that that is gonna provide a problem because as the Democrats portray themselves as the non racists and late on racists and the cleansing of factors and then people discover sheets bird that's our nickname for him as they discover sheets birdhouse how can you run around the question your questions invalid now how did these people run around as the people they are when they weren't the slave owners they would the plantation owners they wore a Confederate generals and the Confederate soldiers they were the people who went to war against the union to preserve slavery the K. K. K. why is the military wing of the Democratic Party when when Martin Luther king and his band of protesters was getting beaten up in Selma it was Democrat police chiefs turning the dogs in the fire hoses autumn it was democratic governors that was closing off states and universities to African Americans people have forgotten or they've never been taught the Republican Party was actually founded in opposition to slavery and Abraham Lincoln was the Republican party's president and he ran on an anti slavery agenda among critics of other things and the civil war was waged under his leadership in presidency five hundred thousand Americans lost their lives mostly white to end slavery Abraham Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation which went into effect on January first eighteen.

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

10:38 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on KTRH

"Living here are number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one as you know we've been pressuring on all our media platforms here for the so called press don't cover would show by noon when he knows in the case of turbine again I wanna repeat we're not talking about in a fair a one night stand or anything of that sort that would be bad enough don't get me wrong they call it sexual assault they actually call it rape what Joe Biden is accused of his rape that is a big deal when this woman comes forward with her name she now has five individuals who corroborate in one form or another her statements least contemporaneously statements she is demanding that the university of Delaware release senator Joe Biden's papers as he has donated them to the university of Delaware I don't know why maybe they have a lot of need for Kendall and they like to have fireplaces I don't know but they won't make it available many of the people of course who appointed that board are Joe Biden said defense Joe by nuns at St but as you can see it's important to keep this up they keep the pressure up and Joe Biden is going to be interviewed on the morning schmo show that'll be a a joke the morning show has made it abundantly clear that he supports bite and opposes trump plus he's a sleaze ball so why should he be questioning by I will see how that goes but I already know how I think that'll go nabi on Hannity tonight at nine PM eastern time six thirty PM Pacific time I'll be on Hannity tonight by the way is more documents come out on the Michael Flynn case it is just shocking I want to remind you of this the FBI let me not say the Obama administration I don't know how Barack Obama gets away with this but he does because of the sink a frantic press the Obama FBI was spying on the trump campaign the Obama FBI was spying on Carter page the Obama FBI was spying on Michael Flynn the Obama FBI was leaking to the press the Obama FBI was conspiring to trigger the twenty Fifth Amendment to remove the president of the United States Obama's FBI director call me used a discredited document paid for by Hillary Clinton's campaign and the DNC to threaten the president elect when when Comey met with him Obama's FBI director wrote self serving members which he then removed it was home and leaked to the press Obama's FBI director in the Democrats succeeded in pressuring for the appointment of a special counsel to criminally investigate the president president trump was the victim of the coup effort Mahler appoints openly partisan Democrat prosecutors to a staff regardless how the media and the Democrats reported the president was totally exonerated any never asserted any privileges over any witnesses or any documents then we come to Michael Flynn Michael Flynn these concealed documents with which have finally been released this week show quote no derogatory information that's according to original FBI notes no derogatory information on general Flynn so they were going to close their case documents indicate they were released today by Peter stroke insisted that they keep it open so they did call me also told Congress the agents didn't believe Flynn had lied not to cut to the chase Flynn spoke on the phone to the Russian ambassador Kislyak because Flynn was the incoming national security adviser to the incoming president elect nothing wrong let alone criminal took place on those phone calls nothing Sally Yates the Obama deputy Attorney General who was the acting Attorney General during the transition she said the Logan act was relevant there may have been a Logan act violation a Logan act which is over two hundred years old has been used twice to unsuccessfully prosecute people nobody uses that acts like she used it as a pretext the FBI knew of the calls already and they knew there was nothing wrong with the calls because they had a it intercepts on the Russian ambassadors communications which we now know is typical so they knew Flynn hadn't done anything wrong let alone violate the Logan act so documents released today and I quote the writer notes that since crossfire razor was not specifically name crossfire razor was the nickname they gave the plan as an agent of a foreign power by the original crossfire hurricane predicated reporting the absence of any derogatory information or lead information from these logical sources reduce the number of investigative avenues and techniques to pursue the FBI concluded for the direction of FBI management crossfire razor Flynn was not interviewed as part of the case closing procedure what Michaels with Peter stroke wouldn't put up with that Peter stroke insisted fifty keep the investigation open and they did and two agents interviewed Flynn Comey was all good but this in an interview Comey said something we I probably would have done I got away with in a more organized investigation more organized administration the bush and Obama administrations the FBI wanted to send agents into the White House itself to interview a senior official we know that to be Flynn you would work through the White House council on there were discussions and approvals and it would be there and I thought it's early enough let's just send in a couple of guys over there in that interview the allegation was that Flynn didn't honestly recall the content of this calls with the ambassador to Russia even though there was nothing wrong with the content of his calls and he was pressed to plead guilty because they threaten to charge his son was some bogus violation and they were financially destroying in documents released yesterday we know the print F. B. I. pre planned a deliberate attack on Flynn and they specifically well fully chose to ignore mentioning eighteen United States code a thousand and one giving a heads up Hey look we're going to compare with what we know you've said in the past to what you tell us now and if we find any any fall state and by the way it could be a mistake it could be just the person doesn't remember will charge you with a felony they never told they never told me should have a lawyer and what was their goal well I quote from their documents what is our goal truth an admission or to get him to lie so we can I'm at sea a prosecute him or get him fired so is Joe Pollock points out a Breitbart is quite right this was never about Russia collusion then was there's about taking out Flynn it was about taking out Flynn creating controversy I'm telling you ladies in general when you look at this with the FBI spying on the trump campaign the FBI spying on Carter page flying to the FISA court repeatedly the FBI spying on Michael Flynn and then releasing his name to David Ignatius of The Washington Post a felony leaking information is there an FBI senior official who didn't call me McCabe struck Paige Baker and conspiring to figure out how to trade the twenty Fifth Amendment to remove the president of the United States and then using the Hillary Clinton paid for DNC paid for fiction the threat really blackmail the president I would argue that's what Comey was doing and all this information has come out now no thanks to the New York times no thanks to the Washington post no thanks the CNBC NBC MSNBC no thanks the CBS or ABC no thanks to CNN did I mention them The New York Times The Washington Post no thanks to any of them this is the greatest scandal in American history the Obama administration and where is Obama has he been question about any of this Biden has he been question about any of this is it possible that all this took place in the White House didn't know about it well they had a meeting in the White House in January Obama was there Biden was there call me was there Yates was there others were there where many of these matters were discussed how is it that the Democrats can get transcripts of the president's discussion or will he released them but how is it that that becomes an impeachable offense with respect to the present Ukraine which was all perfectly fine an innocent but there's no questioning whatsoever about Bhama.

"senator joe biden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"There was a young lady who worked in senator Biden's office this is not a story I wanted to be the first second or third on it's a story where I've taken my time to trying and look at the information trying to gather the information her name is Tara Reid she's a former staffer to senator Joe Biden and she's accused him of molesting him of criminal sexual assault and she told some family members at the time and she didn't know who to go to or what to do so she left her job and she was in her twenties there's a video that's been on earth by newsbusters late this afternoon I have a phone call in the Larry King show on CNN on August eleven nineteen ninety three and is believed with the with significant backing that the caller was Tara Reid mother who's since passed away passed away in twenty sixteen and she mentioned in an interview with the intercept did Tara Reid that she had mentioned her mother which by the Dunder and her mother was a feminist and activist it was quite appalled by it all as you can imagine so you can get the video at newsbusters and Mister producer we will link to it newsbusters so newsbusters gets all the credit in the world because they're the ones that are set and again this is in first hand news that I found this is just something that that we found on the on the news buster site so I want you to listen to this this should be the big story in the Sunday shows in addition to but Joe Biden's in capacities mental incapacity is not capable of being president I'd states but this is the greatest cover ups game in American history here we go nineteen ninety three August eleven the Larry King show the caller is said to be Tara Reid's mother go San Luis Obispo California hello I'm wondering what staffer would do besides go to the press in Washington my daughter has just left there after working for a prominent senator and could not get through with the problems at all the only thing she could have done was closed to the press and she chose not to do it out of respect for him she had a story to.

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ben Parkinson show show host one now all right welcome back it is a Ben Ferguson show and died the democratic debate with just two people on stage a bottom Bernie Sanders happening right now in the debate might just be why Donald Trump socks and how I would have saved you from the corona virus that's what basically this debate has turned into it about two seconds are the questions are like this what would you do differently to save people's lives that bureaucratic red tape hamper the coronavirus responses trump claims this is the type of questions being asked to go to questions so that you can attack Donald Trump and you can tell people that you would make everybody safer if they just voted for your present and look it's a great time to be Bernie senator Joe Biden because you can criticize everything the trump administration's done there's virtually no downside for you in doing that let's just be honest and so you could say he sucks his job I would be amazing at the job I would make everything better if I was in this job and you need to understand that that's that's what this is I want you to hear the last question that was asked by Jake tapper two Bernie Sanders and this is where the democratic debate is going it is pure red meat tell everybody why they should be afraid fear mongering doom and gloom Donald Trump such as president that's where this debate is going take a listen senator Sanders this morning Dr Anthony found check now it's that it's possible that hundreds of thousands if not millions of Americans could die from the virus in a worst case scenario if you were president right now what's the most important thing you would do tonight to try to save American lives first thing we've got to do but they're not on president is the shot this president up right now because he is undermining the doctors and the scientists were trying to help the American people it is unacceptable for him to be blubbering with on factual information which is confusing the general public a second of all what we need to do and I'm glad that he has called a state of national emergency a what we have got to do is move aggressively to make sure that every person in this country finally understands that when they get sick with the corona virus that they will is that all payments will be made that they don't have to worry about coming up with money for testing they don't have to worry about coming up with money for treatment this is an unprecedented moment in American history now I obviously believe in Medicare for all I will fight for that as president but right now in this emergency I want every person in this country to understand that when you get sick you go to the doctor when you get sick if you have the virus that will be paid for do not worry about the cost right now because we're in the middle of a national emergency second of all we have to make sure that our hospitals have the ventilators that then you have the IC units that they need right now we have a lack of medical personnel and I worry very much that if there is a peak whether we have the capability of dealing with hundreds of thousands of people who may be hospitals so we need unprecedented action right now the deal would be unprecedented crisis and bottom line from an economic point of view what we have got to say to the American people if you lose your job you will be made whole you're not gonna lose income if trump can put a trust what the fed can put a trillion and a half into the banking system we can protect the wages of every worker in America thank you center vice president I want to get your phone calls I want to see what you think about this the number five three five nine seven three two R. excuse me a hundred over one hundred four seven four nine seven three two one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two there let me just talk about the fear mongering here there is only been one medical group that has asked the federal government and we have stockpiled ventilators there is only one and they got them immediately this is just a perfect example of the of the fear mongering coming and now from the democratic candidates here I will I will say it again okay I will say it again this is a perfect example a perfect example of misinformation getting out there acting like we don't have enough X. Y. Z. when we absolutely do I want to go to your phone calls the number one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two one to get a Wayne thanks for waiting on the Ben Ferguson show hello Hey man yeah I was a calendar grand that I'm a member of the left grabber and ball I'm really not sure because I'm thinking of people from our society you know all specs of society and I'm not really concerned with that I keep my car clean lifestyle sprayed wiped down but yesterday I did happen to pick up receive a manager from Walmart and I was asking him about are they running out of toilet paper he said well we're really not even putting it in on the shelves but because we just throw it out the box they said the people are actors so animalistic bride to get it HM he had never seen anything like it in this life white people are over reacting I do not look I mean people are running out and you know this goes back to the the you're you're learning a lot about how dumb people are in this country and how selfish they are you know I was talking to a doctor he said let's just say eight thousand people in two hours go to the doors of Walmart you wanna talk about risking your life why are you going to Walmart to get toilet paper and bring the same air the eight nine thousand people just pre it makes no sense the logic behind you will run out there hoarding toilet paper yet they're doing it because somebody told they're running out of toilet paper well and I like what he has played there about the fear mongering and that the main desk I'm I'm talking to people I'm pick it up and they're all standard you know they're not worried the cause they love that they're the cat thank you get it but you know I said you can survive the while there's a viable thanks we can all survive it well it look in social distancing is everything yeah people need to be careful and be smart and make sure that this doesn't get out of control and look these numbers are gonna go up because the testings gone out but look at Italy right now they didn't do this right over in Italy they didn't get on top of it like we did here in this country are Jordan paid fifty people die the crown of ours the last twenty four hours in Italy the last twenty four hours to interview people die daily due to the current of are saying a record for the highest death toll the nation is seen in one day from the virus which also goes back to China and obviously they were flat out lying about their numbers are manipulating we'll never know how many probably actually died there yeah I mean if this is happening Italy then we just know China's numbers have been completely B. asin lying to the world and putting people's lives at risk and try to save space instead of allowing us to spread all over the world but a total of seventeen thousand six hundred sixty people have been confirmed to be infected with the Chinese corona virus in Italy as of Friday which brings the nation's confirmed cases from fifteen thousand on Thursday to seventeen thousand on Friday the newly released data from the Italy's head of civil protection reveal that the nation's death toll has been brought from a thousand sixteen on Thursday to.

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Portions of America first they're brought to you in part by creating equal Clarence Thomas in his own way did you know that Supreme Court associate justice Clarence Thomas join the Benedictine seminary when he was sixteen he wanted to become a priest was admitted to having it but it was a seminary did you know that associate justices spring coal plants almost in college was a rabid atheist left waiting a well I didn't how did I find out I saw an amazing film up to the incredible one of the best documentaries I've ever seen I love documentaries it's called created equal Clarence Thomas in his own words the story of a man who grew up in the poverty of the segregated south ended up as a radical in college and then nominated as a conservative man of faith to become a Supreme Court associate justice when the Democrats said stop you come be black and a conservative and on the Supreme Court of the man who tried to take him down of course senator Joe Biden see this movie now all conservatives in twenty twenty need to see creative you will go to justice Thomas movie dot com for fit a locations show times and tickets that's justice Thomas movie dot com you won't regret it I've seen it my wife is the it is superlative justice Thomas movie dot com we're talking about the deep state we talking about the swamp the unibody great audio from I'll just call it Lindsey Graham two point oh on fox news he's back in the saddle I'd like to see some subpoenas please all lanes the we've been waiting three and a half years please but he had a little bit of fire in the belly we're gonna play this will be a frog yes this is Lindsey Graham on fox news cut one you.

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Larry o'connor show white his latest book profiles in corruption really does sort of put everything that we're seeing right now on Capitol Hill in perspective I think Peter Schweitzer thanks for joining us Sir Hey great to be with you Larry thanks for having me you put a preview out of your book it in the form of a New York Post column that really caught fire where you talk about you know forget about hunter Biden five members of Joe Biden's family all got rich just because they happen to be related to the former vice president lay that out for us will you yeah you know people are familiar with the hunter Biden story as it relates to Ukraine and the reason there's also a case involving China we got a large private equity deal of similar deals in Kazakhstan there's Russian money but then it extends to other members of the family you've got his brother James Martin basically joined a newly formed construction company in two thousand eleven and they ended up getting a contract to build a hundred and fifty thousand homes in Iraq they got state department other contracts James Biden has no background in construction you've got Frank Biden his other brother who was involved in deals in both Costa Rica and Jamaica that were energy projects that got taxpayer backed loans from the Obama administration he had no background in in energy there's a real estate deal involving culture because well that happened shortly after his brother the vice president visited the country then you've got the taste of his daughter Valerie you know Dr Jill Biden ushered in to executives from the newly formed company called startup health in two thousand eleven blossoming to meet with Barack Obama they put that picture up on the website they didn't have a website at the time that they would shortly after and over the next five years Joe Biden would go to this companies annual retreats and speak behind closed doors to investors and participants with this company start health you come to found out that one of the three people involved with the company is married to his daughter so with this kind of stuff that you find repeated over and over again and I have to say Larry I mean I've done a lot of research on both Republicans and Democrats involved corruption I've never found a family that had five members who were involved in deals that that really revolved around the political power of one individual in the family you know your choice I gotta ask them because one of the the the narratives in this town in Washington about Joe Biden before he became vice president during his vice president with he was the vote the poorest member of the U. S. Senate he was he was the guy that just took the Amtrak back and he was just regular old Joe lunch bucket Joe and he on like his colleagues in the U. S. Senate he wasn't a rich man and he had very home bowl well for humble lifestyle so how do you square those who is is it is it in some ways did the Biden family sort of work out that okay Joe will not make the money but everyone around him will yeah I think that's part of it and you know it's also a lot there's a lot of miss making the takes place in Washington DC I mean it was very interesting in in researching the book you mentioned Amtrak Joe Joe Biden take Sam track and that's a big part of the mythology and it's true he would take am trapped up to Delaware vertically when his when his kids were younger but what we do research we looked into some of the local newspapers in Delaware and here's what we found Larry that yes he did he did take Amtrak just like a regular guy but if Joe Biden senator Joe Biden was running late he would call Amtrak and have them hold the entire train well he was there and ready to go home so you know it my point is like a regular guy all rights to the coin here yeah yeah that dude most regular guys can get that done to Peter Sweitzer by the way you recognize the name I'm sure from the New York times number one bestseller Clinton cash and there are a lot of similarities listen Peter nobody connects the dots and does the research on the finances of Washington DC and the politicians are like you do in like your great team does odd but this book is not just about the Biden family there there's a whole lot more tell me a little bit about some of the other things that you want covered specifically with Bernie Sanders the other front runner you know Bernie Sanders socialist he's not he doesn't like is money how what kind of corruption could there be with burning yeah you know it's interesting with drug with Bernie Sanders and he's been in public life beginning as mayor of Burlington Vermont in the nineteen eighties is entire adult life and what he's done in every step of the way his figure out ways or his wife is figure out ways and in her positions to fear of money to the family so for example when Bernie Sanders is male Burlington Vermont one of the first things he does is put his then girlfriend later wife Jane on the payroll now the city council if you look at the local press for Kansas city council said wait a minute you're not authorized to do that there's no such position it hasn't been approved of the job was not announced so other people could apply a burning just ignored them and said I'm hiring my wife and I'm putting her on the payroll and that's kind of where it began when he moved on to Congress he and his wife recognize that you could follow a lot of money through campaigns to your family members so in the early two thousands Jean Sanders and her two kids set up a consulting firm and the consulting firm was registered as an LLC to their home in Vermont and they started getting campaign money from Bernie Sanders and you know one of the one of the sweetheart secrets in Washington DC with political campaigns as you probably know where his media box you know if if if I'm a media buyer for a campaign and let's say I I you know by a million dollars worth of television ads general practices that you get fifteen percent of that as a commission yanking those flights so obviously can be very lucrative well that's what James Sanders did she started doing media buys for the Bernie Sanders campaign and if you look at the numbers and try to work them through you're looking at probably a hundred and fifty thousand dollars that was transferred to Jane Sanders as a result of that the big mystery in this area Leri involves the twenty sixteen presidential campaign because of course presidential campaign spend a lot more on telling Asian hands and in this case in twenty sixteen something very curious they funneled eighty three million dollars eighty three million dollars in media adviser through a company called old town media which didn't have a website and didn't have an office it was registered to a home in suburban Virginia and obviously somebody with those eighty three million dollar advice was getting back commission we don't know exactly who is it is but here's what's interesting the owners of old town media were old friends of James Sanders they had worked together when Jane was doing media buying back in the day and James Sanders was actually asked by a local Vermont reporter a progressive reporter about old town media was she involved that you know anything about it and James Sanders just hung up the phone so we don't well exactly what money was involved there's no requirement to disclose it but it is very very curious and and there's a whole host of other things in the book about Bernie Sanders and how we use your money to to his family and it's one of the reasons when he started his career in the nineteen seventies and over the next forty years until about three years ago always railed against American politics being dominated by billionaires and millionaire well today he's dropped the millionaire's part because he is one of only rails against billionaires being involved in politics and let's just be clear he has become a millionaire by being a politician he claims it's from selling his book Peter Schweitzer that's how we met always money well that's part of it and if you look at his career what's interesting is he's actually written far more books and he's actually passed pieces of legislation and you know what's what's funny Leri is one of the this is really the only way a US senator can now gain extra income is by selling books they can't give speeches they can't do the other things that used to do if by writing books and so Bernie Sanders has worked very aggressively to write books to market books his campaigns by his own books and it has big become a very lucrative thing for him by the way I was doing with Peter Schweitzer and the book is called profiles in corruption I wanna get to the sub title in a moment because I think it's very telling but I want to point out I'm looking at your book right now Peter and the notes the footnotes the references that back up every single claim made in this book is I would say it probably about twenty percent of the pages of this book this is incredibly well researched how long did it take for you to get through the now is all of this public information well yeah I would say it took eighteen months of research we we don't use I don't use an anonymous sources at all because you just you know you just don't know what you're getting well this is a C. that's what keeps you from winning a Pulitzer right there that's the problem and you know the other thing is yeah all you can trace the the the story the narrative that's put together because we provide all the sourcing there's there's about twelve hundred footnotes yeah on the block it's all based on you know court records financial records corporate documents off from seven different countries so it's very very slow which it took a lot of time a lot of detailed research but you'll learn something by all the people profiled in this book that you didn't know what I would dare say even people that worked for these individuals people work for Elizabeth Warren for example are gonna learn things about was reformed they did not know at all when will be quite surprised the footnotes and references in this book begin on page two hundred and fifty three and go through page three hundred and forty two that is us standing nine ninety pages of footnotes you raise Elizabeth Warren what I'm gonna get a little warm moment first the subtitle profiles and corruption abuse of power by America's progressive elite abuse of power that's one of the charges against Donald Trump in there try to attempt to remove him from office here Peter I think you really put that in in good context about what real abuse of power is yeah and and it's it's funny I mean we obviously didn't know about the impeachment we didn't know what the charges would be but I think that the you know the challenging in Washington DC is there's so many things that go on that are legal but all corrupt in our self healing and you know the notion that you know politicians if they do something that's in their own self interest that's abuse of power within their abusing power most of the day because so much of what so many of them do our self dealing there some good ones out there but I think what what the book demonstrates is that these individuals who really is a group progressives are you unique in American politics because unlike moderates are libertarians are conservatives this is the one group that are saying trust us with lots of more power yeah we don't have enough we need a lot more power than we have now trust us with that and so this is really an exercise in single one of these people done with the power that they've had up to this point yeah and I think it's a quite troubling a Porsche that's a great point we Republicans we conservatives we marked on our capital building asking them to leave us alone asking them to to to not do something you know that what we March saying please would relinquish your power and give it back to us it's quite the opposite with Democrats in progress as you mention Elizabeth Warren another champion of the working class woman who would talk all the time about her humble upbringing in Oklahoma and then she became a humble teacher usually not the pathway to riches but yeah you you discovered other things here yeah I mean a lot of people don't realize a loser porn in the nineteen nineties was hired by Congress to rewrite portions of the bankruptcy law and we know the role that she played because we have the the legal depositions an affidavit signed by Elizabeth Warren in court cases explaining what she did so she was hired by Congress to rewrite these bankruptcy laws while she was still being paid by taxpayers as a consultant to Congress and then in the years to follow she went to major corporations and said I will help you get around the laws or in tropical walls useful lost your benefits that I wrote and and she made millions of dollars doing that she works for a company like that without a rock and what I think is particularly troubling about this is this is something that I think she has fairly criticized lots of other people for doing old thing that frustrates a lot of people but this is really I think the key to what Elizabeth Warren's you know making millions of dollars his his tight to the other thing we found lately is that you know that this sort of blurring of government power and and and and business expansion in Richmond extends to her daughter her daughter in two thousand seven two thousand eight was starting a business called BGG it's kind of a high and a temporary agency for highly skilled workers and she was trying to find investors and she was trying to find advisors that could really help take this thing to a new level so what happens in two thousand eight is Elizabeth Warren is tap to buy here we read to become the chairman of the oversight of the tarp bailout you member because you think you know hundreds.

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Michael Medved

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Trump vs. The Democrats

"Com the same Democrats who decried the Bill Clinton peach been as a product of GOP hatred and then elicit effort to nullify the results of a presidential election have now become exactly what they accuse Republicans of being and I mean literally the same Democrats who gave an analyst offensive Clinton two decades ago Nancy Pelosi Maxine waters Jerry Nadler and then senator Joe Biden the Democrats can I guarantee from from mobile from office or anything close to it their combination of hypocrisy with show me the man and I'll show you the crime Soviet style justice has assured only one thing the results whatever the result of the twenty twenty presidential election will be seen as fraudulent by half the country if trump wins Democrats will continue that so by reading the election if the Democrat wins trump loyalists an anti socialist will see it as a by product of four years of inquisitions for all their talk of protecting the integrity and legitimacy of the twenty twenty election Democrats

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Tough on crime was a common line we'd hear emanating from Congress this was about the same time our drug czar William Bennett pronounced a war on drugs with then senator Joe Biden at his side times have changed set leap St is now her daily on nine sixty the patriot in Phoenix for years he produced bill Bennett's morning in America heather McDonald of the Manhattan institute author the war on cops and is written widely on the subject of law and order she was a recent guest of Mr leaps and he said something your opening comments and I wonder if it gives us some cause for distant optimism when you said that this charge of racism is so thrown around and people are so scared of it nervous of it that a fax them into either indolence or bad policies and I'm wondering if it's over use has a cheese something that we warned about as a negative which is they've now rob the phrase racism of all its toxicity that it almost has become rendered a meaningless word and I'm wondering if in a sense that might be cause for racism there are people who are stronger than that word Donald Trump is one maybe he'll show some others how to have backbone that the label just doesn't mean anything anymore because it has been so robbed of its value everyone's a racist thus no one is you know Donald Trump is Hitler Hitler couldn't have been that bad they are detoxifying these very once importantly toxic phrases I wonder if that's going on to the point where we actually may be able to cut through some of the strongest and get some real solutions because people don't maybe they're they're gonna stopping they're gonna stop caring about being called racist because they know they're not on on the one hand on the other at a certain point are we going to have to have some kind of national understanding about the kinds of things Shelby Steele's been screaming about for years which is just because someone criticizes your ideas and you happen to be a racial minority you do not get immunization from being criticized for those ideas those two things are going on it seems to me at breakneck speed right now but tell me if I'm on to something or if I'm all wet well first let me just respond to the point you made about just because you're criticized it doesn't mean you're doing so because you're black and you see this perfectly with the pylon of one of the democratic presidential contenders Bennett Jack who had a shooting in south grand which I don't think it's a bad shooting been portrayed as such by the media police shot a black man and one of the things that is now being held against him to show that he's really the unwitting bearer of white privilege and racism if if you fired a black police chief well he did so for cars but now you know if you're black you have virtually an immunity from criticism because anybody it is inevitably going to be the case that any action job action taken against you will be attributed to your rates rather than to the underlying issues as for your larger point you're certainly right that a difference to this only charge to this is the area of fans of racism is an absolute prerequisite to getting our our act together getting our problems solved and reuniting as a country and certainly trumped its business setting just a thrilling example of that in his his recent war over Baltimore and being able to just hit back hard and and not cap being towel by the racism check whether this is going to catch on though is the real question and I think we're in a race against time the more we graduate people from college the more were pumping out people who have spent four years being brainwashed by this whole victim identity some some students manage to emerge with their sanity and sense of realism intact but far too many absorbent it's very hard it's in the air you breathe in college and you know we see what happens with corporations they have been holding right left Nike most recently with the remarkable charge that it does he rocked flag is racist issue where is taking a particular beating says here earlier this year it deters issued a huge MacColl prefer having issued a white sneaker for black history month that had a black pride logo on the insole because it was white this was seen as racist Sir I mean this is like so bizarre it's weird linguistic turns and and you have other luxury brands that were accused of having Kate Perry as having a line of shoes that was said to mimic blackface which you did not so the corporate world is still count they're still in the grips of diversity consultants banks so the law firms they're all hiring based on race so I don't know but certainly more of us with with an amplification opportunity have to fight back against the narrative that the only allowable explanation for ongoing social.

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Bye. You three today. Do you agree today that you were wrong to oppose busing in America? Then do you agree? I did not oppose busing in America. What I posed is bussing ordered by the department of education at that moment. I mean, everybody really tune-in heavy because it got very serious very personal as well for Kamla it did. She was masterful in prosecuting him. This is a complicated history. If we look at Joe Biden's voting records the legislation he sponsored his thirty six years in the United States Senate. He was one of the biggest champions of civil rights and equal rights legislation, but she's zeroed in on his one biggest vulnerability his opposition to the way busing was handled tickly in his home state of Delaware, and really use that to make the case that he was disqualified. She didn't use that word, but really went after him hard on that front, that's going to be talked about for days to come. Aside from that. Former vice president, Joe Biden has been the leader double digit lead in polls, everybody knew he was going to get attacked on multiple fronts, and he did field some of those, this was the biggest one, I think how did he do overall? I feel like he just kind of remained flat. You didn't rise any higher. Maybe he dipped a little lower with this exchange from with kala, but I feel like he was just kind of flat. We'll have to wait and see how the voters respond. That's really what's going to matter. But I think he did have some strong moments Harris really just had these strongest momentum. We pair them up. He looks deficient. But if we also look when he was sort of challenged by Eric swale. Well, who's pointed to a quote, Biden had made in the eighties talking about handing the torch over when Biden was a young man, but I didn't came back and said, I'm not done with the torch that was one of my favorite Ramona's right there. We have the small one clip to. I just wanted to play just because it was kind of funny moment from that debate right there. I was six years old when a presidential candidate came to the. California Democratic convention and said it's time to pass the torch to a new generation of Americans back Kennedy was then Senator Joe Biden, Joe.

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"I agree with Bernie on the cause, but so even the way the problems. But driving the conversation is not the same as winning the argument back to hand-raising. There was another raise your hands question where all ten people on stage race their hands. Raise your hand gover-, if your government plan would provide coverage for undocumented immigrants. So this is one of those moments where you're like, wow. The Democratic Center of gravity has shifted a very long way in a not too long period of time, which last night, I think that was the key storyline. Right. I think tonight the politics of things, and how candidate interact with each other and frame, things was more of the top story, but over the course of the two nights. Yeah. Like that is the big theme. And I think that if you are with the Trump campaign, or with various super Pac spending a lot of money on this. You got a lot of Terio for ads that you're going to be airing eight or nine months from now over the last two nights, especially that image of everyone's hands raise seems like a great flyer to me if I'm trying to talk a lot about immigration, and big government and open borders. You know, the types of attacks that you've been hearing nonstop from the president. And the Trump message is, basically, like and has been all along. We need to focus on Americans look and he. Is going to be able to say look at those ten people on that stay to raise their hands. They want to help people who aren't American. Let's move onto the other big theme of this night, which was a battle of the generations, and it started with congressman Eric swallow, I was six years old when a presidential candidate came to the California, Democratic convention, and said, it's time to pass the torch to a new generation of Americans back candidate was then Senator Joe Biden, Joe Biden, was right, when he said it was time to pass torch to a new generation of Americans thirty two years ago still. I'm still hold on to that torch. I think there was actually one about investment. Yes. I do too. That was kind of a stunt. The generational theme was expressed in a couple of different ways. There was the swale well, kind of planned line to over and over and over and over again and the audience was laughing, then there was the Kamala Harris exchange which we've discussed a lot, but that was a generational challenge. Because in the Democratic Party part of the generational Gulf is about race in the Biden campaign's response to all of this, what you heard a bit from Biden, but more from when his people were at in here in force was all these candidates are talking about things they want to do. Joe Biden has done that in one way or another. But I think a lot of those candidates would say you did it ineffectively not as holy as we would like to see this actually went from this thing about the torch to like a full on everyone on stage being like I'm older, I'm younger, I'd like to tie to win Joel. Unions stage problem. We owe to consider you generate. Joe's generation. I'm all for a lot of jokes respond. The issue. Please. Hey guys, you know what America does not want to witness a food fight? They wanna know how we're going to put food on their table. Was also planned, but she delivered it at the right moment. She really came prepared. But, you know, I think that the generational problem for Biden is not going to be about what position he took on busing in the nineteen..

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Andrew Heaton, the host of a something's off with Andrew Heaton and not to be confused with Alex p Keaton is here. Welcome to the big show. Our I've a pleasure to be back. I'm program. Well, we'd like to have you here. We we we want to talk to a little bit about your thoughts on Bernie Sanders. And and what you think is. I just announced just last hour that I think that Bernie Sanders now, I'm always wrong on these things. So, you know, this isn't worth this isn't worth monkey crap. That's been thrown against the wall. Okay. But I don't think by Bernie Sanders is going to is not going to run a tough one of these senators Joe Biden. Yeah. I thought of. That's a really good, April Fools joke. Sanders is day the rips the mask dandy Kaufman. Dead. And I'm not Bernie Sanders. You don't think Joel run? I don't think Joe Lewin really how come because we're doing a show next Thursday that you have to watch. But we're going to put together the stuff that is that shows he is the most corrupt of vice president in the history of America. And it's the the the it's staggering. We'll be able to make the case in twenty minutes. And actually, I think we're gonna make this case in about eleven it's not complex. It's very very simple. And all of the works already been done. I mean, we know the names, we know the banks we know the money amount. We know all of it. And all somebody has to do is care. I will watch that. I'll tell you my my default state is I like him temperamentally seems like a nice person. I would go get a beer with him. But far be it from me to close my eyes to evidence of a corrupt politician. I think I have a higher obligation. So do you remember when Joe Biden, what was it Stu how many years ago, Joe Biden was caught in his Senate campaign, and he was giving his kids money to make like Puka shell necklaces or something or doing something? And they're like, oh, it's a gift from the Senate, and he had such had X number of dollars that he could buy gifts for people under. The Senate rules, but what he did is he had his kids make stuff, and then he was taking those campaign money that campaign money that Senate money, and he was funneling it to his kids. And he was like what they're making nice things. I like these better than anything else that give them away as damn. That's a great by impression. I I'll say I I'd actually kinda respected if he took the Instagram, and it turned out that while Senator he had like several very active sweatshops in his office at the Senate. Right. I'd be like that's the dust. Right. There can I because I've been thinking about if he runs good campaign tactics that his campaign manager should do can. I can I run somebody's by. Okay. So I it is my personal through. I think this would explain so much so much about the the coverage on the awkward touching nature of Joe Biden the last couple of weeks, I think this is my conspiracy theory. I think his doctor meant to send him blood thinner but accidentally sent him ecstasy for the last fifteen years. That would explain what Lena would not is would just constantly. He's in a fabric store like this default state. Russell I like first of all have either all of the gaffes. Yeah. Yes. It would. I don't remember that. And I I would just all I would do is try and get all of the other candidates to be on ecstasy because that would be fantastic democratic blind date might might already that. Would you say that it'd be a either hilarious or truly disturbing first presidential debate? If all of the twenty five candidates on ecstasy. They might have to blur. It a lot of rubbing rubbing. Here. Here's what I would the other thing. I would do because he's getting in trouble for this. If you're Joe Biden's secret campaign manager, I think you should all like there should always be three or four people off the sides of any speech. He gives that are all holding puppies. So that when he leaves he can get that out of a system just love. I love dogs puppies. That's the first thing. I would do. And then a second. I would always have. I'd always have some duct tape and kitchen of admits and before he goes into a crab. You're like joke. Amir and put these of him on. But he has to do it through government. I think that's good that seems like it. We're meeting everybody. So let me ask you this. What is your take on on him and touching because I I don't think it's creepy. I think it's really creepy. But I don't think he's actually like Michael Jackson. It was creepy that he had an amusement park in his backyard. That's cool. The creepy part was the kids. Awesome. But it was creepy for an old, man. You know, fifty year old guy to have the museum park in his backyard. And it was like that's a sign. The candy wrappers in the closet, another pretty big sign. Okay. Yeah. That was weird. Right. But if you're own candy room until you had until you put you know, the home alone kid into the mix. It wasn't real creepy. It was just like that's pretty odd. I think it goes to intent. Yeah. And I don't think his intent is to molest people. I agree with you. I'm on like, I think that he is his no sense of personal space, which again, I think is because of ecstasy when I don't think it's sexual. I I don't like I kind kinda maybe sometimes it is. But but most of the pictures I've seen where he's whispering in the, you know, the the the head of the secretary of defense is hoarded you don't rub her shoulders and say, you know, while he's speaking what do you think you and I go off into the back room? You don't say that guy who can bomb your house. I don't know. I think it will cause problems because let's say there is a president Biden. If there's a president Biden there might you know, Belgium might feel uncomfortable having so many troops, and it's personal space. He might not have a good sense foundry. Right. There might be probably I could also see like just I in my mind. I just to be funny. See I see Biden going to sleep at night and just randomly. Texting people like John Bolton going can I touch your mustache like this? Your tile, not sexual? But just. Yeah. This this very like, then I think I think he also in his mind in his mind. He's like, I'm Joe Biden. Everybody loves me. I wouldn't you want an eskimo kiss for me. Yes. That's it. I really think that's it. And he's convinced that that people are honored when he would do that. You know, what can I tell you something some of them are some of them are, and that comes from this this people when when you know, the celebrity, and they're taking drugs and everything else. But there's still hitting the Mark every night. There are people who are in their life. They're like given the drugs and give him the drugs because they don't care about him necessarily personally. They know if we have to bring him to rehab, he might lose the magic he's going to go off the road for a while. We don't know what's going to happen. Just keep it going. And I think that there are people in in everybody's life that are important, and it should be his lovely wife. Jill that says dude, that's creeping me out. Stop it. You're you're breaking Stacey Abrams hair. Stop that. That's not appropriate cut your hair. I really think this is more of a problem. You know, I used to say all the time. You remember Andy Rooney from sixty minutes. Yeah. Wife hated him it, okay? You know, I don't know for sure I'm just I'm saying that because no life goes allows their husband that she loves to go on television with eyebrows. Like that like a wife that loves you looks at you and says, Honey. Coming. I gotta cut those eyebrows. Okay. Andy Rooney's wife hated him or or what maybe she was blind. So she didn't know or she just never looked. She was so indifferent. She was like, whatever. And she didn't even look at loved eyebrows. No. I don't think so. And that's the same thing with chilies lovely wife chill. Where is she? This says something more to me about this Jill ever watch anything that does he ever go home and say Honeyman, you're gonna see this was doing a press conference. And we just swore watch this video of what I was doing. Does. She watch the news does he ever come home and say had the best day, I gave free memory.

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Andrew Heaton, the host of a something's off with Andrew Heaton and not to be confused with Alex p Keaton is here. Welcome to the big show. A pleasure to be back. I'm program. Well, we'd like to have you here. We we want to talk to a little bit about your thoughts on Bernie Sanders. And and what you think is I just announced just last hour that I think that Bernie Sanders now, I'm always wrong on these things. So, you know, this isn't worth this isn't worth monkey crap. That's been thrown against the wall. But I don't think I think Bernie Sanders is going to is not going to run. That's a tough one of these already run senators, Joe Biden. Yeah. I thought that's a really good April. Fools joke centers the rips the mass Andy Kaufman. Dead. And I'm not Bernie Sanders. You don't think run? I don't think Joe wollen really how come because we're doing a show next Thursday that you have to watch. But we're going to put together the stuff that is that shows he is the most corrupt of ice president in the history of America. And it's the the the it's staggering. We'll be able to make the case in twenty minutes. And actually, I think we're gonna make this case in about eleven it's not complex. It's very very simple. And all of the works already been done. I mean, we know the names, we know the banks we know the money amount. We know all of it. And also many has to do is care. I will watch that. I'll tell you my default state is I like him temperamentally seems like a nice person. I would go get a beer with him. But far be it from me to close my eyes to evidence of a corrupt politician. I think I have a higher obliga-. So. Do you? Remember when Joe Biden, what was it Stu how many years ago, Joe Biden was caught in his Senate campaign, and he was giving his kids money to make like Puka shell necklaces or something or doing something. And they're like, oh, it's a gift from the Senate, and he had such had X number of dollars that he could buy gifts for people under the Senate rules. But what he did is he had his kids make stuff, and then he was taking those campaign that campaign money that Senate money, and he was funneling it to his kids. And he was like what they're making nice things. I like these better than anything else that give them away as that's a great by impression. I I'll say I would I would have more actually kinda respect if he took the Instagram, and it turned out that while Senator he had several very active sweatshops in his office. Right. I'd be like that's the dust. Right. There. Can I I've been thinking? About if he runs good campaign tactics that his campaign manager, should do can I can I run some of these help a lot. Okay. So I it is my personal here. I think this would explain so much so much about the the coverage on the awkward touching nature of Joe Biden the last couple of weeks, I think this is my conspiracy theory. I think his doctor meant to send him blood thinner but accidentally sent him ecstasy for the last fifteen years that would explain what would lot is would just constantly. He's in a fabric store like his state. Russell. I like first of all have either all of the gaffes. Yeah. Yes. It would. I don't remember that. And I I would just all I would do is try and get all of the other candidates to be on ecstasy because that would be fantastic democratic Vate might might be already. That would you know, what I will say that would be a either hilarious or truly disturbing first presidential debate. If all of the twenty five candidates around ecstasy, they might have to blur. It a lot of rubbing. Here. Here's what I would do everything I would do because he's getting in trouble for this. If you're Joe Biden's secret campaign manager, I think you should all there should always be three or four people off the sides of any speech. He gives that are all holding puppies. So that when he leaves he can get that out of his system just. Seriously love dogs. That's the first thing. I would do. And then a second. I would always have. I'd always have some duct tape and kitchen of admits and before he goes into a crab. You're like up joke. Moore and put these of. I think that's good. That seems like we're meeting everybody. Let me ask you this. What is your take on on him and touching because I I don't think it's creepy. I think it's really creepy. But I don't think he's actually like Michael Jackson. It was creepy that he had amusement park in his backyard. That's cool. The creepy part was the kids. Awesome. But it was creepy for an old, man. You know, fifty year old guy to have the museum park in his backyard. And it was like that's a sign. The candy wrappers in the closet, another pretty big sign. Okay. Yeah. That was weird. Right. But if your own candy room until you had until you put, you know, the home alone kid into the mix. It wasn't real creepy. It was just like that's pretty odd. I think it goes to intent. Yeah. And I don't think his intent is to molest people. I agree with you. I'm on. I think that he is his no sense of personal space, which again, I think is because of ecstasy when I don't think it's sexual. I I don't like I kinda maybe sometimes it is. But but most of the pictures I've seen where he's whispering in the, you know, the the the head of the secretary of defense is sworn in you, don't rub her shoulders and say, you know, while he's speaking what do you think you and I go off into the backroom? You don't say that guy who can bomb your house. I don't know. I think it will cause problems because let's say there is a president Biden. If there's a president Biden, there might Belgium might feel uncomfortable. Having so many troops in it's personal space. He might not have a good sense foundries. Right. There might be probably I could also see like, I just I in my mind must be funny. I see Biden going to sleep at night and just randomly. Texting people like John Bolton going touch, your mustache like your tile, not sexual. But just. Yeah. This this very like, I think I think he also in his mind in his mind. He's like, I'm Joe Biden. Everybody loves me. Wouldn't you want an eskimo kiss for me? Yes. That's it. I really think that's it. And he's convinced that that people are honored when he would do that. What can I tell you something some of them are some of them are and that comes from this this people when when you have a celebrity, and they're taking drugs and everything else. But they're still hitting the Mark every night. There are people who are in their life. They're like giving drugs and give him the drugs because they don't care about him necessarily personally. They know if we have to bring him to rehab, he might lose the magic he's going to go off the road for a while. We don't know what's going to happen. Just keep it going. And I think that there are people in in everybody's life that are important, and it should be his lovely wife. Jill that says dude, that's creeping me out. Stop it. You're braiding Stacey Abrams hair. Stop that. That's not appropriate. I really think this is more of a problem. You know, I used to say all the time. You remember Andy Rooney from sixty minutes. Yeah. Wife hated him hated him. No. I don't know for sure I'm just I'm saying that because no life goes allows their husband that she loves to go on television with eyebrows. Like that they're like a wife that loves you. Right. Looks at you and says, Honey. Coming. I gotta cut those eyebrows. Okay. Andy Rooney's wife hated him or or what maybe she was blind. So she didn't know or she just never looked. She was so indifferent. She was like, whatever. And she didn't even look at loved eyebrows. No. I don't think so. And that's the same thing with chilies lovely wife chill. Where is she? This is something more to me about this Jill ever watch anything that does he ever go home as Honeyman? You gotta see this was doing a press conference. And we just swore and watch this video of what I was doing. Does. She watch the news does he ever come home and say had the best day, I gave free memory exams too. It wasn't a sexual care about cancer research..

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"senator joe biden" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"senator joe biden" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Yes. One is for grownups the truth. We hold an American those who legally are crony. Logically. Exact which I which I include my, and then this one is superheroes are everywhere. They're actually I've read them both. And there's a lot of overlap both of them praise your mom a lot. Hey, your mom was born in India raised in India. And then she came here in one thousand nine hundred nineteen raised you and your sister is a single mother after the after you turn five or so and your parents split up you describe for the strongest person you've ever known you wrote very emotionally in one section of the grownup book about her being treated differently because she was an Indian American euro, quote, I have too many memories of my brilliant mother being treated as though she were dumb because of Iraq sent memories of her being followed around in department store with suspicion because surely Brown skinned woman, like her couldn't afford the dress or the blouse you had chosen your dad has also an immigrant from Jamaica. How does that affect how you how you govern? And especially when it comes to the immigration debate. But not exclusively. Well, I think all of us are any of us who have an immigrant background will tell you that there is so much more in common between our parents and our grandparents than what makes them different. My parents raised us with a commitment to making sure that we would be healthy that we would we help happy that we would be productive and that was their priority. And and they we I think we're very blessed frankly to have a childhood that was very nurturing and happy childhood. But when we talk about the immigration debate. I think there's no question that there are powerful forces, including this president that are attempting to vilify immigrants because they were born in another country, and suggests that they are there for any different in terms of their fundamental values or beliefs or priorities, and I think all of us as Americans should be insulted by that suggestion knowing that all of us. Are just a few generations if not one generation away from immigrants who arrived in this country with the same hopes and dreams that we each have for our children, you're in the second integrated class at Thousand Oaks elements school in Oakland, it happened because of busing you write about that Tang around that same time. Then Senator Joe Biden changed his position on bussing and became anti busing. He joined with Jesse Helms. I don't even know if you know this. And I'm just wondering as somebody who was in an integrated class because of busing was then Senator Biden wrong, as we know first of all that there was a need for Brown v board of education, thanks to Thurgood Marshall and Charles Hamilton, Houston and Constance Baker more among the hero among the heroes in my children's. But. There was a need for them to make clear that that anything that was about segregating children in in schools based on race was antithetical empathetical to our constitution, and the values and the priorities and the ideals of our country. So there's no question that blessing was the right thing to do as an attempt toward integrating the public schools of America. And I am sure that all good people support the idea that children should not be educated separately, and that we should have a society and leaders that want to integrate and bring all children together as equal two more questions. Okay. You're a leader of the metoo movement. You were the very vocal on the Senate Judiciary committee during cavenaugh. An unfortunate thing happened on your staff, which is that one of your top aides, you you had to resign if you weeks ago, Larry Wallis, and in fact, he's mentioned in the book at one point helping you run the attorney General Department or the department of Justice in cali-. And in fixing the problem of implicit bias as somebody who is a leader of the metoo movement. How did this happen, and you didn't know about it? And and what did you learn about it given that kind of struck close to home? Sure. First of all, it was a very painful experience to know that that something can happen in one's office of almost five thousand people granted. But that I didn't know about it that being said, I take full responsibility for anything that has happened in my office. I always do. And I was well the buck stops with me..

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