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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:35 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Best majority of Americans have no idea what we're talking about Red Eye Radio. He is Eric. I'm Gary eight six six ninety redeye let's head to your calls and comments on the bar hearings. Yesterday, we go to be in Nashville, Tennessee, J B, welcome. You're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome. Hi, J B. Thank you. Great show. Thank you wanted to say about the mindset of his hatred. Has to be the leaders of our country. Thank it. And I say that so. The leader of I in bars judiciary hearing today, it was very evident. Always when you say liberal or liberal is always for. But now, I am just fiber. Did how a why? Today. The gentleman Senator that was with Candace. Oh one day. Hatred. I always hula dancer spouse on their faces. And now. Amazing center. Verona Senator Geraldo that said mentioned shut up during the cavenaugh hearings. If you remember right that one yet, you know, something she she does seem to be every time she's out in the public. She seems to be extremely angry. Does she not? Yes, she does. She does. Thank you for the call. But look the liberalism of today is has to include activism, the far left has to be an activist at every turn. It's not just a a back in the day used to be. Oh, yeah. Yeah. March you know, last October. Right. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Every year I participate in the now every day is March every day is activists. That's what it's all about. An and if you know, no, it's not an really never has been exclusive to California or New York or or even blue states, you'll see in red states. Like this though, we we need to go back. And we need to examine your theory of of the modern liberal today where it is not even about the party anymore. It's all about me. How I it's how I view things in how I am a victim of all the oppressors out there, which is why the Democrats are fighting with each other constantly because they're always creating new victims in new oppressors. But those believed their victims are always everybody around them. Everybody deal with even those people in their own party are the oppressors of them. It's maybe maybe this. Maybe a Castro Cortez has like the one that one of the ones that have perfected this. But it almost again yesterday where you see even the senators it's infected by Senate where I need to be angrier. I to be outrage Ryan need to have the hottest rhetoric against this this president or bar in order for me to have the moral superiority in order for me. Me not my party. But me to be the biggest victim or to represent the biggest victims out there. I must be the most most outrage and come up with the most insane rhetoric, and the most anger and the most rage and the most emotion. Well, remember after the election of two thousand sixteen you and I were breaking it down. We were talking about that we said, okay? More and more victims, which means that every every day, there's a new subgroup. And if you don't belong to that subgroup automatically by default. You are an oppressor. And then we said back then eventually you get down to what the individual, which if you're a conservative you do get down to the whole individual. And when it comes to liberty freedom and everything else for them. It is I am my own individual victim. I'm also my own individual hero. I I'm the boss victim in here. That's what she's that's what Cortez said and keep in mind, she's part of a generation that for for much of their life. They have had not one two but three or four different websites. Dedicated to me me me me me social media has helped create this an expanded. But it was founded in that liberal thought of creating a new victim for a new recent every second of the day, we go to Matt in Missouri. Matt you're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Good morning. Guys is just too sick. That is upset about the content of farce separate entailed with the way the media was characterizing what bar said. Goals state is that it's obvious to the and the fuller are look at the Trump from office. Hard to imagine. How anybody can say otherwise. Yeah. I mean, I think that's you know, it was it was clearly politically motivated when you look now that we've been able to see the report from your standpoint, it is politically motivated nothing else because there was no crime. You know, he could've ended this in six months. I mean, and that would have been giving him a lot of leeway in my opinion. He could've come back and said you guys asked me to look for something. I can't even I don't even have a crime here. I don't have a crime. So or. He could have started at the beginning. Why didn't Muller look at the entire? The DNC Hillary Steele dossier part of it. It's right there. Nobody's even discounting. Whether or not that actually even happened. It's that no one's disputing the facts. The liberal media. Just not if you've been a longtime listener the show part of our nalysts was if Muller doesn't go down the road because if you're an investigator and not a politician. If you're not involved in a you know in a political investigation, but a criminal investigation. The first thing you would have done is say I need to find where the crime is. Right. Because remember there was no identifiable crime. There was no allegation. There was no. There was just as you mentioned. There wasn't even a I called the general allegation, and you wanna step further. You said no, there's not a general ellegation. There's a question. Whether there's an allegation, right? Did Trump collude with the Russians hacked the election, right? Because it was the question was always act in the question form. And so we appointed a special counsel not because there was an identifiable crime. And try to find out did the, you know, who when they ministration might have met involved in this crime. It was a general allegation question, which is why we objected to the Muller appointment to begin with. And by the way, I believe we're right on the law on that that he should not have been appointed. Right. But he was appointed. But when you so the next question, you would ask as an investigator. All right. I gotta find the crime that Trump committed where would be the best evidence to find that crime. If you were looking for the crime, and we have asked our democrat friends out there who have never been upset about the fact that the biggest evidence of a crime would have been the evidence that was used to get a secret worn on the Trump campaign. Right because it just wasn't about Carter page. It would be about because they were looking into the Trump campaign. It was about the fact that they believed that the campaign was colluding with the Russians. So this became more than just your normal. Criminal Justice warrant, this became a warrant a national security that the only reason you would go to Carter page was a low level person. And you wouldn't go to Trump as you were trying to make the case or you believe that Trump was colluding with the Russians that it wasn't the low level as we'd like to say, if it was a Bank Carter page was a teller in the Bank, and you're going after the board of directors, which seems to be bizarre. The only reason you would try to get to the Tel. Eller is because your whole goal. Your whole goal is to try to get inside of the organization, and that you're only into the organization is the teller. Now, doesn't take you anywhere, which it didn't take you anywhere. But that's why you did it to begin with because you were doing as the one Senator as today have you ever seen a counterintelligence investigation where the president hasn't been told her the president was the the subject of it? He says no don't know of of one. So all these rules were constantly changing. But the whole thing was they believed the Trump colluded with the Russians to hack the election or they were trying to make that case. But if you're if you're my point is of your Muller, you don't know that you go in not knowing anything, right, right? You don't make any assumptions. And so the first thing you say is our right. They got a secret warrant that's where my best evidence is that somebody in the Trump administration committed a crime because the dossier would. Be the basis of the basis of it. And then you would go through if you're looking for Russian collusion, and you're looking for Russian interference in the election. That's that's it right there. And he never went done, and you and I said if he doesn't go, and we said this whole I dunno over year ago. Oh, yeah. We said if he doesn't go down that path that is the first indication that this is political and not about criminal Justice. Right. It is what they've you. As political Justice. We need politically go after Trump because nobody's been able ever able to ask or or criticize our analysis of this and say, well, no, that's isn't were an investigator would lied. We lied. You know, an investigation of criminal investigation would lead you you guys are wrong here here in here. Nobody in over a year has ever told us at no lawyer. No, no DA. Nobody. You know, why? Because we're right. You can't you can't discount. That fact, you can't discount. It investigation must start with the core. The very beginning of at the basis of all those actions was the dossier. Because they didn't get a warrant on Carter page the first time, and what changed the second time in October of two thousand sixteen. They included the dossier. Where the dossier come from the Russians the Russians the grim hate for it. Hillary Hillary's campaign. You're looking for collusion as we said from the very beginning. You've got the collusion. Yep. And he never went down that path. Why? And in a true investigator would have gone down that path. And you and I've gone over this over and over again over a year ago you and I said, okay because this remember year ago, we don't know what we even know now, but you and I even back then Saint where we wrong here. Well, are we wrong here? Eric is or anywhere because nobody was really talking about it the way that we were talking about maybe somebody was, but you know, we have read all the different thing, you know, things out there. And we believe that we were one of the first maybe there's someone else out there doing it. We believe we were one of the first dating this is why it's political because you if you're an investigator you've got to go down that path and he never did. And how many times did we talk? We say are we missing something here. Are we missing something here? We what would we be missing? Why is nobody else stating this at this particular point because this seems pretty obvious to us? But then we felt confident and it was probably over a year ago where we falling outs of look we believe it's political if they don't go down this route. And we've said it for a year, and we set it right before the report was released in what do we find out? They didn't go down that path Muller. Problem with it not being in context. The conclusion report the conclusion exactly what's not in context is your entire investigation. Mr. Muller because you didn't include the very Genesis of those events eight six six ninety redeye with.

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That what was that mean? Absolutely enlightening to be deeply traveled in traveling to the entire American public is that he made a decision and didn't review the. No prosecutor worth her salt. Would make a decision about whether the president of the United States was involved in an obstruction of Justice without reviewing the evidence. This attorney general lacks all credibility, and has I think compromised the American public's ability to believe that he has a purveyor of Justice resigned. Yes. Yes. Now case you missed that bit at the end because it was kind of fast Harris was asked if Bill bar should resign. She said yes and quickly. And so he should he is already become include completely and sconces an engulfed in the pervasive stink of Donald Trump. The best democratic performance in Wednesday's Aaron came from the democratic Senator from Hawaii mazing, Geraldo who was not only seventy years old and doesn't look it. But he people know is battling stage for kidney cancer. She's had a right kidney removed as well. As lesions on her seventh rib, simply put Senator Geraldo has absolutely no Fs left to give. And we are fortunate. She doesn't sit back and relax. This was a tour divorce. This was however Senator should've treated William Flintstone bar. She basically calls him a liar and more than once just her. First sentence was a classic. In fact, Stephen Colbert, played her Ona's first sentence on his show. I'll let you listen to pluses audience's reaction after lunch a Hawaii Senator maisy Harare. No, took her wax at this pin yada of perjury. Mr bar. Now, the American people know that you are not front from Rudy Giuliani or Kellyanne Conway or any of the other people who sacrificed their ones decent reputation for the Griff during liar who sits in the Oval Office..

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Hannity show, eight hundred nine four one Sean of you wanna be a part of the pro we got so much to I will tell you. And we're gonna play some of the highlights. I mean, I could spend hours in hours and hours on the media, the Democratic Party their reaction to the attorney, Jim I will tell you the Wall Street Journal. Just nailed it today. In a Washington pylons are never pretty this week's political setup of the attorney general William bar is this reputable, even by beltway standards. Democrats media turning the AG into a villain for doing his duty making the hard decisions that special counsel, Robert Muller, abdicated bars. Testimony to the Senate Judiciary committee was preceded late Tuesday. By the league of a letter Muller had sent the G March twenty-seven Muller griping in the letter that bars four-page explanation, a congress of the principal conclusions of the mullahs report on March twenty fourth not fully capture the context nature and substance of the Muller's teams work and conclusions. Quote, they go on only in Washington could this exercise in steer covering be puffed into a mini outrage. Democrats leapt on the letter as proof far was somehow covering for Trump when he covered. Nothing goes into, you know, Senator Geraldo, and and in an answer Louie Gohmert, accusing bar of abusing his office lying to congress demanding he resigned. The only thing she lacked was evidence because bar as he said Wednesday offered Robert Muller the chance to review that for page letter before sending it to congress, but the special counsel declined and Muller worked for bar that was then the proper time to offer suggestions, disagree, but Muller duck that responsibility and griped, you know, after the letter was leak sent conveniently on the eve of bars testimony. What a stand up guy, that's what they say bar has since released the full Muller report with only necessary legal minor redaction as promised and with the context intact and Muller was under no legal. Obligation. This thing he didn't have to release one word to anybody. Only bar. Not to the reports Muller reports the bar not to the country or congress embar as made every all the reductions, even you know unredacted available except point one percent at only let's see.

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Hannity show, eight hundred nine four one Sean of you wanna be a part of the problem. We've got so much to I will tell you when we're gonna play some of the highlights. I mean, I could spend hours in hours and hours on the media, the Democratic Party their reaction to the attorney, Jim I will tell you the Wall Street Journal just nailed it today. In a Washington pylons or never pretty this week's political setup of the attorney general William bar is disreputable even by beltway standards. Democrats media turning the AG into a villain for doing his duty making the hard decisions that special counsel, Robert Muller, abdicated LARs testimony to the Senate Judiciary committee was preceded late Tuesday by the leak of a letter Muller had sent the G March twenty-seven Muller griping in the letter the bars four-page explanation of congress of the principal conclusions of the mullahs report on March twenty fourth not fully capture the context nature and substance of the Muller's teams work and conclusions. Quote, they go on only in Washington could this exercise in steer covering be puffed into a mini outrage. Democrats leapt on the letter as group are was somehow covering Trump when he covered up. Up nothing goes into, you know, Senator Geraldo, and and in an answer Louie Gohmert, accusing bar of abusing his office lying to congress demanding he resigned. The only thing she lacked was evidence because bar as he said Wednesday offered Robert Muller the chance to review that four page letter before sending it to congress, but the special counsel declined and Muller worked for bar that was then the proper time to offer suggestions, disagree, but Muller duck that responsibility and griped, you know, after the letter was leak sent conveniently on the eve of bars testimony. What a stand up guy, that's what they say bar has since released the full Muller report with only necessary legal minor redaction as promised and with the context intact and Muller was under no legal. Obligation. This thing he didn't have to release one word to anybody. Only bar. Not to the reports Muller reports the bar not to the country or congress embar as made every all the reductions, even you know unredacted available except for point one percent and only let's see Lindsey Graham, Mitch McConnell and Doug Collins went to look, but that. Glucose Lucille believes everyone should have access to healthcare. That's why companies are investing community by community for the health of America. Learn more at CBS congress health dot com. The Blue Cross Blue shield.

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:44 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" 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.

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Barr grilled about Mueller letter in heated Senate testimony

John Batchelor

11:27 min | 3 years ago

Barr grilled about Mueller letter in heated Senate testimony

"And extrordinary revelation by the New York Times that in late March the special prosecutor, Mr. Muller wrote a letter to the attorney general complaining thought they're complaining. The matter here is Russia gate, the context and here is the molar report. The weekend of the complaint was the one where the attorney general received the Muller report, and then issued an executive summary, pending the reduction of the Miller report, which came some weeks, later, gentlemen, a very good evening to you. Go to the letter that we now have written by we're told the special prosecutor. Mr. Muller, he signed it. But the sentence that seems to have the most complaint in it, quote, the summary letter the department sent to congress and released to the public late in the afternoon of March twenty fourth did not fully capture the context nature and substance of this offices work and conclusions and quote and a. I'm puzzled about this complaint to the attorney general. The word context throws made the word nature is a total. Puzzling and substance of this offices work is this something that's regular exchange between serving a prosecutors and the in the office and the boss himself. Does this happen all the time? Good evening to you. Andy. Good evening, John. No, it's extrordinary. I guess part of it is explained by, you know, people do all kinds of things when they're on their way out the door as some of the staff of this mullah's, and this more self they're apt to do all kinds of stuff when they're going out the door and no longer even cells in the chain of command. But they wouldn't dare have done before that maybe a little of that going on my sense, John is that the sequence of events that's important as attorney general bar pointed out in his testimony was that before bar put out his March twenty four th letter outlining conclusions of Muller's investigation, which he received on two days early on much second before the March twenty four bar letter goes out he gives molar these special counsel an opportunity that we've you the letter before issuing it and Muller declines that opportunity. Bars letter conveys, and this is not something I think that's contestable. That Muller did not make decision on the obstruction charge. Which was quite surprising since that was the main thing that he was brought in I believe to the side. And I think what happened was when bar revealed that Muller had abdicated on the main job that Muller was given to do. There was a lot of press criticism that arose from that. And after hearing all that stuff couple of days, they got miffed, and they sent this letter in and then when bar confronted baller about the letter the day after receiving it PS and quite blank point blank, rather. Are you saying that the letter is inaccurate and Muller, according to bar said, no the letter the complaint was not that. The letter was inaccurate. Was that the press? Coverage was an accurate. So here I think we get to the two things that are of concern to the tender sensibilities of people on Muller staff. One is that they got negative press coverage and because they were the avengers against Trump. They didn't get any negative press coverage. So this was something that was new to them, and I think probably difficult to deal with. And then the second thing is that. Bar is a prosecutor in the old school mold of the Justice department, which is at the prosecutor's job, which is the one that that Muller didn't do on obstruction is to make determination about whether there's enough evidence to charge. Well, whether there's not that's what we need to hear from. Prosecutors not the mood music around the determination, we need that determination that is. Well, part of the problem that it seems from this letter that they've inverted the master server relationship is not the special counsel work for the attorney general. Yes. The the normal chain of command is that the the special counsel reports to the attorney general, but I think that is what happened here was first of all we shouldn't have had a special counsel because there was no crime, and there was no conflict, which the two things you need under the rigs to justify special counsel. They were given that as the Democrats who complained about the firing of me were given a special counsel. Anyway, by Mr. Rosenstein, the the then deputy attorney general, and he made a commitment to the Democrats because they were saying mean things about him in the media. And he wanted them to stop that. He would give Muller basically carte lunch. Muller would have no restrictions. He'd be able to take the investigation wherever he decided to take it. So that would no crime no crime, no parameters. No restrictions on Muller. And then what happened that of importance in the last two months? Is that you know, we got an actual attorney general now who thinks that his job is to be the attorney general, which means he gets to supervise the prosecutors and Muller and his staff got used to operating for two years without any real to provisions, and as a result of that they did things like for example, the microcosm. I think that captures best with the report is like is the George Papadopoulos or the Roger stone indictment. You can pick either one. But both of them are the same thing, you have basically a relatively tiny in the scheme of things process crime that a normal prosecutor would charge a one half power graph indictment saying on you know, on such and such day, the defendant knowingly willfully lied to the FBI, you know, by saying X, and that would be the end of it. Instead with Muller what we got was fourteen. Pages of almost collusion. Nearly collusion. Lots of Russians around here who knows when collusion will happen. And then you put to the last page, and it's got nothing to do with collusion process crime. So that was the way he ran the investigation. And then when we got to the end, he hopes that that would be the way his report would go out. And instead what bar told him essentially was, you know, this is like a prosecutor's office would not writing screenplay and the public with the bottom line in the investigation, which is what you're supposed to get. The attorney general has now spoken to the Senate Judiciary committee and two members of the committee following the end of the testimony Senator Harris of California's Senator Geraldo of Wii have called for the attorney general's resignation. So this matter is now partisan contest is no longer. Just a search for the facts. However, I mentioned that. In addition, the House Judiciary committee. Cities expecting to turn general to testify and the latest news. The attorney general will not because of unusual demands by the house committee for the terms of that testimony. So we're thrown back on this dispute, and I want to identify the dispute in common in terms of what of us was not a lawyer, which is make you to our lawyers. It very much looks like and the word rift was used in an interview on the New Yorker with a Mr. mazzetti and Mr Schmidt, the two times reporters working this story and first revealed the bar. They Muller letter the word rift was used it very much looks to me as those who seek the president's unhappiness impeachment removal from office are siding with Mr. Muller those who seek to support right now. The Trump administration are siding with Mr. bar that looks? To me. I'm non lawyer to be an. An unequal match Mr. bars, the attorney general, and Mr. and Mr. Mueller is a serves the attorney general, do you believe that there is a head of us that scale of contest he said he said they're going to pick these two men against each other in a pending impeachment inquiry. Well, I think John that the way that that that is being teed up as if it was a contradiction makes an assumption. That's not true. And that is that what congress would have to find for impeachment is the same thing that a prosecutor would have had to sign for indictment and important. A fact they're very different. So what I think happened here is not necessarily that that bar and Muller are in conflict, at least in terms of what the facts love, I think they have some legal disagreements, but I think the thing to keep your eye on here is that bar as the attorney general is conducting himself as a prosecutor. And what prosecutors concern is is is there enough evidence beyond a reasonable doubt. To prove a penal offence in court. That was supposed to be Muller's job too. But I believe, and this is the whole thing about, you know, context and substance, and what I call mood music, and and narrative what Muller decided to do and to make his investigation was not the finding of charges or the decision. Whether charges were justified or not what he decided to do with to craft the narrative, and what you know, the the if there's a conflict here, it's that mo- that bar believes consistent with the with the old line Justice department way of thinking about the job of the prosecutor your job is to find out. There's enough evidence to charge or there, isn't what Muller seems to think is that a prosecutor's job is to write a screenplay of a narrative, which is peppered occasionally by things like processed primes. But otherwise what what your job is is to is to crap a story. That paints the president in as unflattering alive as possible mindful of the fact that congress doesn't need a penal offence in order to impeach. So I think they're serving different purposes more than being in in sexual

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:00 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Folks, we're gonna do the entire show. With my impersonation of Senator Lahey. Oh, you know, he he's spoken a couple of times. And I thought it was other was bad. The first time I saw him, and I just saw Lahey a few minutes ago, second round and. I thought he was going to keel over. I gotta be honest. I think the breaking news headline thus far from sick from attorney general William bar. I think the break news from the bar hearing on Capitol Hill before the Senate Judiciary committee. I think the breaking news is is that Senator Leahy has not killed over died. I don't know if it's nap time for him or what the story is. And then of course, the exchange between a Hawaii Senator Geraldo and bar, and then Lindsey Graham jumping in the committee chair. Holy shit. Knit. Welcome to the program. Obviously, I think you know, we're going to spend a little bit of time today. I tweeted out earlier this morning, and again, listen, you can get these the Schnitt bombs of wisdom. You can you can get these listen on the radio program or you can follow my social media. If you follow me on Twitter, sometimes you'll get a little bit of a head start on this stuff. And you know, you never know I tweet out my dogs and all kinds of stuff just fun stuff. There was instance. There was a UPS truck UPS truck delivery package is in my neighborhood at eleven PM last night. This is April or it was able it was today's may I but that that was a fool as April thirtieth eleven PM and UPS is delivering packages eleven PM. It's not Christmas time. You know? Chris was fine. He can expect. I mean, just insane. I don't know. There's some new Amazon one day the I wonder if that's screwing them up. But I was I tweeted that out last night. I wonder what the ruckus was outside. So you never know what you get to my Twitter feed. If you're on Twitter. Gimme a follow at Todd sniff at t o d D S C H MIT on Twitter. And what I tweet I've said this on the program in many different ways. I put this on Twitter this morning. I'm gonna say it right now. As sort of a preface here as we. Still deal with the aftermath of the Muller investigation. All aspects of this the bottom line is. And this is a message for all Americans. I don't care where you are on the political spectrum here. If you supported the Muller investigation, you got. So if you supported the Muller investigation for whatever your motivations, whenever your politics are if you supported the modern vest Gatien, but don't think that Hillary Clinton's private server the Email situation if you don't think that that in itself deserved. Another special council investigation. The hypocrisy is deafening. I think I said on on Twitter that your hypocrisy is radioactive. Yeah. So the Muller investigation, the Russian interfere, the whole thing, the collusion or technically. It's conspiracy issue, of course, which the president was was cleared of any conspiracy slash collusion. Most people don't it's collusion protecting it would be a conspiracy. So the president totally cleared there. Of course, we have the the areas of of question marks regarding a structure issues. But of course, you know, Muller through that Kabar. And of course, congress has areas and avenues open to them for investigation there. Listen bottom line is. And I've been very clear about this is that Bob Muller did not carry the ball across the goal line. He did not finish. The job in the sense that he copped out chicken that whatever you wanna call it in actually coming up with listen, good, bad ugly. Whatever the story was that we're in a pickle here. We're in a situation because Bob Muller who has a stellar reputation, and this I'm not going to besmirch Bob Muller here. Mucking and call. Bob Muller names. It's not warranted. In fact, I'll grab the audio. And we'll play it later on Lindsey Graham, who is the committee chair on the Senate Judiciary committee actually opened up by addressing bar with a whole laundry list of answers, which were positive in the affirmative and in the support of the integrity of Robert Muller and his service to this country, FBI US marine, we can go on and on but bar essentially established. The the bona fide cheese and the resume and the respect. So Trump's own attorney general. Essentially checked all the boxes that super Trump supporter Lindsey Graham setup for him in. That's why things are so bizarre in 'Delivering, the utmost credibility and respect to Muller. Now, we're Muller has messed up here is, you know, with his ability with his power with this this crazy staff. I mean, you know, you look at the numbers, and and Lindsey Graham also had reiterated this that there were nineteen turn turns. There were about forty FBI agents you had Intel analysts you had forensic accountants and other staff that were twenty eight hundred subpoenas. There were five hundred witnesses interviewed five hundred I think search warrants were executed thereabouts. And more than two hundred thirty orders for communications ref records. There were thirteen requests, the foreign governments requests and. We've heard numbers all over the road. But Lindsey Graham today use the number of over twenty five million dollars spent over this nearly two year period. The the bottom line here. Is that there was a huge expense. There was a lot of information. The documents I of the White House the White House turned over they claimed one point four million documents and records and did not seek executive privilege. You had over twenty White House staffers that were interviewed including eight white hound White House individuals involved with the White House counsel's office. We've talked about this ad nauseam. The Don Mcgann White House counsel chief White House counsel the time. Don, Mcgann, he testified he spoke with he was interviewed by the mother team for over thirty hours. So I mean there there's just an enormous amount of information here. So why didn't Bob Muller and this is important. Take Trump out of the picture. I want this administration to succeed Trump's policies. I think the bulk of our great for this country. Take Trump out of the question. So you take the emotions out of this. I don't care who the president is whether it was a previous president, whether it's a future president, whether they're a democrat or Republican whig party, whatever. Muller should have had a tighter conclusion on the obstruction area. Why did he punt on that either? You know, step up. He should have said there is no obstruction here. There's no grounds for any type of a a legal pursuit on grounds of obstruction. Or again, remember of talking about any president or he should have said that. Yes, there's a grounds for pursuing obstruction of Justice charges here. Now granted we can get into the intricacies of canyon dight sitting president analysts. They essentially I think they they went with that theme that you can't. There are differing opinions there, but take Trump at it equation. All right. Bottom line is is that Mahler. It was doubt. He should have made of binary decision that should have been a one or zero. It should have been an on or an off. And he didn't do it. That's the bottom line. I'm just scratching the surface. I got the audio. I've got to play the audio of corona. Oh, and you know, the slander from Hirono the Hawaiian Senator and then Lindsey Graham popping back. I gotta play that audio coming up, and I'm not going to bury you with audio today. I'm only going to give you the the important points as this hearing goes on. And I see they took a break. And I think there's some votes that some members had to get to it for three o'clock or so so I I'm going to I'm going to dissect this the way that I do it or I can talk in third person. Like like Trump and say the way Schneck doesn't. XP up with with Trump in the third person number here on the snitch show is eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine if you've got some stuff to say if you want to call up and pretend you're Patrick layhee. Five with me. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide never here on Schmidt and grab your calls coming up in just a bit. And listen, I haven't really dissected everything I've just that was just my preamble. Bottom line is again, politics aside, let Bob Muller testify, let done Mcgann testify, right? But yes, the politics are full-bore folks politics are at full throttle here. In fact, it could blow. Grab your calls coming up in just a bit. And I'm just getting cranks a standby sponsored.

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:27 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Now, I've been telling you third day. I think telling you about this year's drive for. Fund for the amazing work that Britain fellowship. Ancient tree camp has been doing. With they do is a help children of prisoners get out of cities and dangerous neighborhoods during the summer for at least. A week of Christ centered fresh air fun, I visited an angel tree camp. I've seen for myself the life transforming work they do. Now, it takes only two hundred dollars in one boy or one girl for an entire week. And today, here's some very kind words about the program from angel camp spokeperson Kristin who says camp is a true blessing for these children and people believe in them, and for them to be able to be a kid and not suffer for the crime that their parents are in prison for we actually feel like they're to silent victims of crime because their label and then they don't get the help that there needed through. That's what we're doing is. We're giving them the opportunity to be a kid and to look past their parents label so take it from me and from Kirsten we'd really appreciate your donation in any amount for my angel tree camp effort this year. Just call eight two six two seven six three that's eight to six to seven six three. Larry elder dot com. Click on the angel tree camp banner. We've been talking about this Washington Post story that broke today. And I'm telling you, I'm watching CNN, and John Fox News and flipping around and people on CNN MSNBC, they could not been more giddy. Washington Post headline Muller complained to bar about memo on key findings. That's a headline. Read the article read, the article read the article, and then you come to this. Quote when bar pressed Muller on whether he thought bars memo to congress was inaccurate Muller. Said he did not. But felt the media coverage of it was misinterpreting the investigation. Headline Muller complained to bar about memo on key finding quote when bar press Muller on whether he thought Barth memo to congress with an accurate Muller said he did not. But felt the media coverage of it was misinterpreting the investigation. That's what's known as a. Bayton? Switch a misleading headline. Now during the hearing Senator Geraldo of Hawaii said he resigned before he took any questions. Senator Graham said we're going to look into the committee about how all of this started long and hard. But when the Muller reports put to bed in it soon. We'll be this committee is going to look long and hard at how this all started. We're gonna look at the FIS award process. Did Russia provide Christopher Steele the information about Trump that turned out to be garbage that was used to get a warrant on American system citizen in if so how did the system fail or is? They are real effort between Pappa dopoulos and anybody in Russia to use the Clinton, emails stolen, stolen, by the Russians or that thought planet in his mind. I don't know, but we're gonna look. And I can tell you this. If you change the name Joe on a look to everything I just said just substitute Clinton for Trump. See what all these people were cameras would be saying here about this. As to cooperation in the Clinton investigation told you what the Trump people did Tevi low bit about what the Clinton people did. There was a protective order. For the server issued by the house, and there was a request by the State Department to preserve all the information on the server. Paul can betta after having the protective order. Used a software program called bleach. Bit to white the Email server clean Muller said scan bar city offered Muller to review the summary. But Muller decline. But he did not say with an accurate. I mean, just took a little bit about this March twenty four th letter and Bob Muller's letter. I think on the twenty which I received on the twenty eighth is the one the Washington Post was gushing headlines about. When the report came in on the twenty second, and we saw it was going to take a great deal of time to get it out to the public. I made the determination that we had to put out some information about the bottom line. The body. Politic was a high state of agitation there was massive interest in learning what the bottom line results of Bob Muller's investigation was particularly as the collusion. Former government officials were confident confidently predicting that the president and members of his family were going to be indicted. They were people suggesting that if it took any time to turn around the report and get it out. And would mean that the president was in legal jeopardy. So I didn't feel that it was in the public interest to this to go on for several weeks without saying anything. And so I decided to simply state with the bottom line conclusions were which is what the department normally does make binary determination. Is there a crime or isn't there a crime? We we prepared the letter for that purpose to state the bottom line conclusions. We use the language from the report to stay those bottom line conclusions. I nowadays is it to announcing after an extended trial with the verdict of the trial is pending release of the full transcript, that's what we were trying to notify the people as to the bottom line conclusion, we were not trying to summarize the four hundred and ten page report. Now, I know I have some trumpeters listened to my show from time to time because you think I'm fair and balanced. Is what he's saying unreasonable? I wanted to get out something right away. A great deal of public interest to longer took for the port to come out. The more speculation was that the president was in legal jeopardy, which he was not. So I wanna put out something what working on the reductions with with Muller. Why is this? Why don't you just go back to calling them a racist? So. We released that I offered Bob Muller the opportunity to review that letter before it went out, and he declined..

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Today was discussed. I I think so, you know, he not only stole government documents in leaked them. But he also signed off the first to a warrants, which even he admits the information was unverified, and the rules are very strict is David show and can tell you you can never use in a Feis application anything that's unverified David show. I think that for me. At least the Justice Department's got to be the place where they clean house. I I there's so many regulations that violated they have such a higher duty to the American people and so much flows from the infiltration of Justice department by political agendas. That's where FIS of flu flowed from and someone we've got to hold these people cannibal and again to me, James Komi and others show. This incredible arrogance Brennan people who have felt all along they're going to get away with what they've done. They have to be sent the message. I'm afraid we'll take a break. We'll come back while more. This breaking news story tonight on Hannity on the Fox News channel by John. Solomon will have full coverage of the events from today, including the highlights who've been in this so much to get to it's kind of hard to get it all in. We'll play Senator. Geraldo, an outrageous comments and Lindsey Graham's response to her coming up Bill O'Reilly at the top of the next hour, eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free number of you wanna be part of the program wanna remind you about my pillow. I mean, it changed my life in what I'm an insomniac. I don't sleep a lot. But I sleep better than ever. And I fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer because of the comfort of my pillow. And I never thought I could get better. And now it's gotten better because they created the my pillow mattress topper as like my pillow for those of you that have my pillow..

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"DC jaysekulow live. And now chief counsel for the American Center for law and Justice. Jay seculow. The sunday. We get the Bill Baugh report of the principal conclusions of the report, we're going to get the full report in about two weeks. That was a good day for for the country. It was a good day for the president was a good day for his lawyers. Then we've got the following that right up. We had the declaration on the Golan Heights. That was on Monday. This is this is incredible. Newsweek that was good news for the state of Israel and was an emotional moment for me as I got to participate in some of that. Then we have the vote on the override attempt on the wall or the national emergency declaration which failed pretty spectacularly fan as you predicted thirty eight votes short of the what was necessary to override the veto. And we knew this was going to happen, Jay. But yet at the same time, I think there's a temptation to downplay it, I'm not gonna do that for this reason it happened on the same week that the department of defense follow the president's order and reprogrammed a billion dollars to begin construction on that phase of the wall now. Phases. It already been going from repair and some other things, but one billion dollars reprogram the house had an opportunity to try to override the president's veto would've Nola fide that billion dollars J. So a very practical effect the house failed to override the veto. And that billion dollars that's on its way to the wall to begin construction. So we're not talking about a political spat right about tangible construction of wall. Okay. What happened on the green new deal? So the green new deal was on the floor of the United States Senate yesterday leader McConnell took the principal resolution that was put forward by Alexandria, Cossio Cortez, and led by Ed Markey. In the Senate put it in the form of a resolution and gave the Senate and opportunity to vote on it. Jay, there were ten cosponsors on the democrat side of the aisle, led by Ed Markey. At least five of which are running for president j nobody voted for the green new deal. Four Democrats actually voted with Republicans against it. So Fifty-seven senators voted against the green Neil green new deal. Jay, the other forty three they voted present. So this is a policy. Platform that they're putting forward to run on leader McConnell gave them an opportunity to tell the American people that they're really for this. And none of them had the courage to do it. So Jay, look, there's really only one way to describe this. They're trying to have their cake and eat it too. They're trying to campaign on it. While not actually having to cast a vote for it. So again, the vote total fifty seven against zero four and forty three US Senator said, I'm not gonna tell you listen to the explanation that the Senator from Hawaii Senator Geraldo had to say when she was on MSNBC. Why did so many Democrats vote present on it instead of voting? Yes for it. Because this is just a sham so-called debate by Mitch McConnell. He wanted to divide.

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:03 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World is listening. You're listening to Bloomberg law. I'm Jim also for the first time a federal appeals court under President Trump was flipped to a majority of Republican appointees. A big step in the drive by the president and his Senate allies to remake the judiciary with conservatives. The third circuit court of appeals in Philadelphia was the first circuit out of thirteen to flip with the confirmation of Paul Mattie atop legal aid to former New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie, Republicans in the Senate have been speeding up the confirmation of Trump's nominees to federal appeals courts by ignoring the senate's long tradition of allowing a Senator from the nominees home state to fill out a form indicating approval or opposition to a nominee. So called blue slips last week, Senator Lindsey Graham, chairman of the House Judiciary committee decided to move forward with two nominations to the ninth circuit, despite the fact that neither of California's democratic senators had turned in. Blue slips for them. Neither has at the blue slip return. I think you understand where I'm coming from on that. I think there's been a lot of consultation here from my point of view. It's time to move on Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein the committee's ranking member and one of the senators who had not turned in the blue slips objected to the hearing going forward and worn Graham about the future. I've spoken at length on the importance of the blue slip. So I'm not going to restate everything I said, but around here what goes around comes around. Joining me as Carl Tobias a professor at the university of Richmond school of law. Carl the third circuit has had a centrist reputation until now tell us about that. And whether it's likely to retain that reputation with the addition of these three conservative judges by Trump, well, it has had a relatively moderate reputation over time and that reflects partly the senators from states in the low. Local legal culture and the culture of the states. But it may be that the people who were confirmed the president nominated there's three now. And there's a force. There's another vacancy in that may well be filled soon, though, there's not a nominee yet main that the court will move from a moderate position to probably more conservative one. And I think that's true of the most recent nominee as well as David porter from Philadelphia less clear about is a nominee who was teaching at Penn law school. No circuit courts work in panels of three judges except for the rare in Bank hearings. So it's basically a flip of the coin which judges you get on your panel will the odds of getting a conservative panel really changed that much in the third circuit where you have seven judges appointed by Republicans and six by Democrats. I don't know the statistics to you. Well, I think it will make some difference for sure they'll be you draw that has more Republicans on it depends on the issue. And it's a bit of a crude measure to talk about appointing president. But by and large, the Republicans presidents tend to nominate and appoint more conservative people, and it's certainly true of President Trump. So maybe was confirmed by vote of fifty four to forty five despite opposition from both homestate democratic senators from New Jersey, that's the second time that's happened in the Trump era is this a new trend that will take away the little power the Democrats have to stop these nominations. Well, so far it is and Senator Graham who's taken over from Senator Grassley is chaired judiciary has agreed to follow the policy that Grassley used in that is make an exception for circuit nominees. And it's a specially on. Conventional to nominate and appoint someone over the opposition of two home state senators, which as you said happened in Washington state now has happened in New Jersey and could well happen and other states, which is a big mistake because the blue slips which goes back a hundred years protect minority senators rights as well as the senators home state constituents so as to ensure the judges who sit in their states reflect the culture legal culture of the state. So you might have the same situation happening. If there's a democratic president nominating judges in the future Senator Geraldo from Hawaii said that if a democrat is elected in the future that the Democrats are likely to follow what the Republicans have done. And that's the problem all of the customs of the institution of the Senate have been eroded or disarray did recently. And so that means the home protections. For senators and constituents are undermined are there any other circuits now endanger of flipping well, the eleventh circuit, which is Florida Georgia and Alabama is six six in terms of appointing presidents, but there's no can see now if there were one and the president nominated and confirmed someone then would change the composition of that court. But that's the only one I believe there are a couple of others that are maybe one more democratic appointed judge, Dan Republican. And so there are a few others around the country, so Carl when you look at history is this par for the course that the circuits flip back and forth, depending on the party holding the presidency, and how long it holds the presidency. Yes. I think some extent that's really true as I said earlier, it's a bit of a crude measure to measure that many rely on who observed the courts, and so I think it does change over time depending on how many appointments the president gets in how much the president emphasizes that. And whether the president's party has control of the Senate, what people are worried about is that no one will be confirmed when there's divided government had that's a fairly serious concern. So that only dwelling be confirmed when the president and the Senate majority are of the same party that would certainly pose a problem for the switch are understaffed already been any nominations that the Democrats really worked to oppose that went through anyway because you don't hear them, really. Well, I think they do if you watch them in committee meetings and committee discussions as people voted out of committee. They've. I've been very critical and in hearings of some of nominees for example row who recently was confirmed to the DC circuit and others. Certainly the Washington senators were outraged as was Senator Booker and Senator Menendez when you watch them on the floor in committee. They were both. Effortlessly opposed really to the process not so much to matey Senator Booker said he'd never even met Naty and the White House just completely ignored the senators in terms of consultation. So that's unfortunate in that should stop. But I think Democrats and they've been voting party line on the floor. For example. I think both were confirmed on party line votes. Does Senator Feinstein have any power as the ranking member? Some and she works very closely with Senator Graham, and he's shown some signs of working very closely with her and don't want to forget, the one hundred twenty nine district vacancies a nationwide that are really pressing the trial courts all over the country. That's Karl Tobias a professor at the university of Richmond school of law. Coming up on Bloomberg law. President Trump's legal problems land closer to home. I'm Jim Grasso. And this is Bloomberg. The.

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Regarding impeachment host on MSNBC, Katie had Sheila jackson-lee on and ask her. I think it was about half a dozen times. Does she will she impeach Donald Trump, Jerry, Nadler, chairman of your committee said that this probe is looking into obstruction of Justice public corruption and abuse of power when you look at this. And you look at everybody that's been called. And all of the documents that they're requesting is this an impeachment hearing and everything but name aggregate. So in chairman Nadler said he is building a public record. You're basically saying that you're building a public record that could lead you to full on impeachment hearings. Chairman Adler also said that he believes it is clear, the president has obstructed Justice. He believes it's clear that he's violated the emoluments clause Michael Cohen said that he committed a felony while he was in office. And he had the check signed by Donald Trump that he says prove that do you agree with chairman Nadler, do you believe that the president might have committed might have committed a crime? And if there is evidence of a crime that's been. Committed. Do you think that actually do impeachment? Now, I understand you're calling it a political process, but I just want to delve a little deeper and see where the line is when it comes to impeachment, and whether it's only a political process if the president is found to a violated the constitution by violating the emoluments clause by accepting bribes gifts from from foreign from foreign heads it from foreign countries if he's found to be guilty of that. And there a court that's winding its way through congress. He's found to be guilty of violating the constitution. Is it Congress's duty to impeach him? Where to try to impeach him view for me. I'm wondering if a violation of the constitution and the president swore on the bible that he would protect the constitution when he was sworn into office in two thousand seventeen if he violated the constitution, if it's found that he did that it's unclear whether or not that would be a high crime and misdemeanor and. Getting the answers. She wants. She asked the same question. Six different times. Senator Geraldo of Hawaii, a Trump pater also kind of fussed around this point listen to this. I think Nancy Pelosi in the house leadership is correct to defer any talk about impeachment and try to hold off those in the party, including some freshmen who had demanded I think that we should go very deliberately in terms of investigations. But Trump is wanted to say everything's on the table. We'll see what happens, and I don't think these these chairman is going to be willy nilly talking. About impeachment is the last thing we need to do is to make Trump a martyr. He would love that. I'm sure. In short, the reading the polls Americans. Don't want him impeached. And if he is impeached. He most certainly will not be convicted. It may have a disastrous effect on your prospects. In two thousand twenty Nancy Pelosi knows this even Macy Hirono knows this which is why you hearing less talk about impeachment now and more talk about investigation investigation investigations because the whole thing was about last year, two years collusion collusion. And now, we're hearing words like the model report is going to be anti-climactic. I wouldn't be surprised. Some people are now saying if the model report does not find any evidence of collusion, but there are all sorts of other things. Eric van Jones say when Project Veritas got him on video. It's a big nothing burger. Here is what and sad about relief factor. It has changed. My life is the only thing I can say been exercising for years. My shoulder is in bad bad shape. It's swelling. It hurts. It goes numb during the night. Well, I heard about relief factor on the radio..

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Dangerous uncle only to cross paths where. Sheriff Pat Garrett in the midst of his famous hunt for notorious fugitive Billy the kid, Ethan Hawke, Dane, DeHaan jig shore, Leyla, George and Chris Pratt star still in theaters or how to train your dragon the hidden world via family funeral alita battle angel the LEGO movie too and green book and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. 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. How did you miss me? Hillary's back back in his charming as ever. I don't know what what it's gonna take for Hillary to step out of the public. She's cute. She can't get herself. I will say I'm a little disappointed because there was a there was a time. And I set it on the show many times. There was a time. When I really do I really did believe that Hillary Clinton was going to run again. And I'm I'm 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 gone this when wrong, I might have gone 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. To 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 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 Hirono is in fact, the dump person in the Senate she had some thoughts on climate change to play clip nineteen and tell me what you were saying. Get rid of air travel. I said, well that's gonna make it hard for why. But the green new deal sounds for a recognition that climate change is happening not sticking our head in the sand. So what's really crazy as Trump and all his Ninian's and his ilk who thinks that global warming and climate change is not happening. And they'd rather just stick their heads in the south. They offer absolutely zero. In terms of what they were proposal. All they can do is lock in a tack. And I think that is crazy position because they are denying the science behind climate change. Yeah, we mock and attack it because it should be mocked and attack because it's idiocy. I just want to note that Senator Hirono I think that she really, you know, she she's she really came through here, folks. She really did. Because if you recall when the green new deal was 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, you know, broken clock. Right twice a day scenarios where you go look at maisy Hirono smarter than Okaz your Cortez. Right. She she understands something that apparently a leading luminary of sorts of the left does 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 being sane for a moment by accident nonetheless. And she just want us to know. Oh, no, no, no center. Senator Geraldo knows in fact, a straight up, and she regrets that moment where she said something accidentally that was insightful or intelligent, and she would like the left and the Democrats to know that she is still a full. Full-on in Vissel and does not have anything to add to this discussion worthwhile at all opposed. The green new deal is not crazy. What's crazy is is a rather degree new deal is not crazy oppose opposing it is so so there's so there's that speaking what they know. 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 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 play twenty. I should've saved the Pocahontas thing for another year. Because I've destroyed her political career now I won't get a chance to run against. I would've loved it. We got. I don't want to knock out all.

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" 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..

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:45 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on WJR 760

"Spent to make the conversion from coal too, much cleaner natural gas. Do they get any credit for that? No under this plan. They would have to abandon those as well within ten years and Frank had a factoid honor. And I don't know where he got it. And I reached out to Chris. But I I know that they checked everything, and I think it came out of the Wall Street Journal, and it said how many windmills would it take to satisfy this renewable requirement? If you went with just wind energy, you'd have to put a windmill on every square mile of space in the state of California, you need an area that big a windmills. In order to get this done. And remember they only generate when the wind is blowing. So you still have a lot of conundrums here. Let's get back to the phones. We find out how this would affect folks like you and me in terms of what we would have to do to our homes to comply due to work cars to comply. If you're in commercial real estate or you own a commercial building, the kind of hoops, you'd have to jump through to in the words of this upgrade or rebuild the buildings in America. Brad is in Pontiac after noon, sir. Guy. How you doing? Oh, I I had one comment. But now, I've got to I guess indirectly. This might take care of some of our immigration problem. We may they may try to take the air travel away from us. But is that going to prohibit the foreigners from flying into our country? Well, well, you know, you know, one of the biggest opponents of this is Senator Geraldo who is a pretty liberal Democrat from Hawaii who was asking the case, you'll Cortez. We have an island. I don't think you're rapid rail is going to get folks there. Or or year up or anywhere else? But I just you know, I'm just disgusted. I mean, we're a week from another government shutdown, and this is what they're doing. You know, what these people are out of their minds. Well, you know, we don't I don't want a broad Russia's fewer doing in its in extreme part of the democrat party. The problem is there are too many in the party that we're indulging them in this fantasy this is unicorns and rainbows. And apparently also car Cal arts, according to this FAQ that they put out I never thought I'd see that term in a government document. But I did. And that's kind of my point. They're letting them run with this. I mean, this this should be shut down. This is ridiculous. Yeah. Yeah. They're out of their minds. They're all so frightened of the progressive left that they will say that walls, don't work, and that we need to give every man and woman a job that doesn't want to work. That's how far at that the how crave and they have been come to satisfy the most extreme part of their party if they really want to govern if they think they can it's got they've they've got a correct that that track. Thanks so much. Have a great weekend. John is in Highland. Good afternoon. John welcome to the show. I have two comments one common is when I was young man in first grade back in the fifties. Rose once a man by the name of Nikita Khrushchev who was premier of Russia are the Soviet Union as time who was once asked a question will there ever be a war between the Soviet Union and the United States would stymie said, no we will conquer from within. And then he hit hit the table with a shoe as I recall. Yeah. Yeah. And you tells me here that you've got a solution to the cows. Yeah. We take them to the old tower coal power plants. We use the conveyor belts to feed the cows. We hook up the cows to a pipe, and we use the fat flatulence to produce electricity. Use the methane is fuel. Actually, they do that in India with. Laura Laura is falling out of her chair right now. But that's alternative energy, John. You're thinking outside the box. I I don't wanna be down wind from you. But I like your idea. Well, I got one other thing I'd like to put up of donation forever. Ability to put what is his LLC on the first transpacific flight going up with electric engine's? No, no, no. We put around this. First transpacific flight by rail. Okay. John. Thanks so much. I think we got time for one more or let's go to Thomas in Detroit. L O Thomas. Hello. Thank you for taking my call. I'm thinking that the New York City more on socialist, Daniel Ortega and drag needs to have limo impounded and replaced with a bicycle she should put her money were anti American mouses and show everyone that she is committed to saving the planet. What better way is there for anti American socialists maggots demonstrate to everyone that they're totally committed to avoiding climate change in planetary upheaval on a galactic scale like foregoing their limos and commuting to Capitol Hill on a bicycle. Yeah. But then she would get that white dress all dirty, well this and. They should be denied access to airlines to if they want to commute long distance use your bicycle. That's right. That's why I say you at high speed rail is going to replace the domestic airline industry, then used that high speed rail to get to Hawaii or please and take the express Thomas. Thanks for your call. You're on the guy Gordon show. We'll be back with more. This is Maria Monti tax partner at metro Detroit. Accounting firm shell.

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

16:27 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It's Red Eye Radio. Eight six six ninety redeye he is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Welcome and good morning. As we talk here about. Femininity we need to talk about where we started all this from and this was the Gillette ad right last week about toxic masculinity. Right. Yup. Yup. The funniest thing yesterday. And I have to reject a couple of paragraphs from it. Okay. Okay. All right. This is from the Babylon. Now, this is a parody website. This is true for anybody else. It is actually fake news. And and the reason I bring this up is because. A friend of mine posted this on Facebook. And somebody believed. Right. But here it is striking blow against toxic masculinity. Man graciously allows wife to shovel driveway. One man has taken the message of Gillette's new toxic masculinity campaign to heart. Devon camp. Saw the commercial and it caused him to perform and introspective look at his own motivations of behavior regarding manliness. Okay. One area of life that he felt especially convicted was the task of snow removal. Right. I've always just assumed that in our family. I would be the one to clear the driveway when we get snow Cam said, but after seeing the Gillette video I decided to start breaking down the stereotypes passed down from my father and his father before him. So this weekend when twelve inches of snow fell. I swallowed up my bride handed my wife, the snow shovel and told her I was going to let her do it. Then the best line of all camps wife who is three months pregnant. So so the the the so you get where the story was going. Yeah. The and they're a parody parody news site. They this is all fake news. You know, that going in the best thing is a friend of mine posted that on social media woman who responded, well, you know, I I can agree with all of it. But you know, she is three months pregnant, man. I'm like, wow, they knew when they wrote that they put that in there to get the reaction that we got knowing that was a fake story. But I didn't know what the big story when but but she was pregnant, right, right? I love it as funny. So the whole toxic femininity, right? Yes. The SNL writer. Offering a sex act for anyone who would punch the the the student. Yes. San man in the face on Monday SNL writer Sarah Brady, posted a crew Twitter status, offering lewd sex acts for willing to harm nNcholas, man. The Catholic teen accused of racism Premier Li standing in front of a just loved this year. This is there's busters dot org in front of a triggered native American, man. Just look. Beattie self-described comedy writer and owner of big. A breast because that's what she promotes herself. Yeah. Yes, I'm on on the the the profile offered a sex act for somebody who had hit the teenager as far as we're concerned here. Red Eye Radio that is toxic femininity and has no place. You want a perfect example there it is right there. Toxic femininity needs to end and it needs to end. Now. The the the fact that that women believe that it is okay to offer sex acts to commit acts of violence against somebody. They dislike must end now. Otherwise legal. Can you offer one in exchange of first of all your your reddening harm or your? You're conspiring. To do harm. Well, it technically would be. You are you know, they close the school on Tuesday. Yes. I do the kept the school close. Now, I don't think it had to do with it. I'm I'm guessing it did not have to do. I'm just guessing it had nothing to do with SNL writer. It was death threats that they had received. But we talk about the the left and how they behave. And they keep saying things like we need to return to civility. Everybody needs to come together. Tell that to your own side. Well, I'd like to get here. Little intellectual honesty. From of all, people, joy Behar on the view. What you're ready? I dunno. We've got Whoopie balking here and then joy Behar right response. As to why the response from the media, and I guess then people like her responded the way that they did. All right. So many people admitted they made snap judgments before these other facts came in. When isn't that? We just instantly say that's what it is. Based on what we see in that moment. And then have to walk stuff back when it turns out wrong. Why is that why do we keep making the same mistake 'cause we're desperate to get Trump out of office? There you go. There you go. She used the word desperate, by the way that was her choice. Yes. We're desperate. And so what you do is you demonize anybody. Whether they deserve it or not you accuse people without the facts. Innocent people you accuse of doing something wrong. Because you dislike the fact that you lost a legit election that your side and your candidate lost. So it means anything goes, thank you joy Behar for making the point that we have made all along. You and I both remember that the late Ed Schultz went on MSNBC said the almost the exact well, you didn't say what she said. But the message was the same anything. And by the way, Trump wasn't even a thought to be president of the United States when Ed Schultz said it. Right. When he said do anything anything sheet. Whatever it whatever lie cheat, whatever to get these and Trump was not in office. This was early in the Obama administration. And and so this the the the one the biggest lie that exists out. There is that they try to sell you as well. It's okay. Because Trump is the exception to the rule they depend on the fact that people have short memories. Yes, they forget. And we go back to Ed Schultz. Remember during the ObamaCare debate the late Ed Schultz who said Republicans want you to die. They want to make money off your dead corpse. They like it when somebody gets cancer. Is that any different than the vile rhetoric? You hear coming from Democrats today? No. Is that any different from what you hear coming from liberal mouthpieces today? No, they tried to tell you that this is the exception to the rule. Well, it's because it's Trump. But as Bill Maher said, well, yeah, okay. We said Bush was Hitler and Ann Romney was Hitler. And you know, McCain was Hitler. But this guy really is right. They really weren't. We just set it back. Then. We need to use fear. When you use lies. We well. We need to use anything. We're desperate to get him out of office. Right, whatever. Whatever it takes lies. Defamation of character. It does it doesn't matter. Libel slander. It doesn't matter ignore the truth. It doesn't matter. We saw it with Cavanaugh. You're seeing it again. And it's not going to change. It's not gonna change when Trump is out of office. Now, it's not gonna it's not gonna it's not gonna be any different. Well, you you saw you. We've we you sought with the with the the vice president's wife. Right volunteering to work at a Christian school. You've seen it with Camilla Harris. And Senator Geraldo with with the federal judge nominee who is Catholic can serve cancer right now Catholics can either way a very large constituency of the democrat party is Catholic, right? But they don't care. They really don't. Kamala Harris can get away with that in in her state. Can she get away with that on the national stage? Arana's? Same thing. Can you get away with it on the national stage? We talked about during the cavenaugh thing, you're hurting your party. You might be able to get away with it at home. Their people may love you for it, actually. But what's the damage you do to your party? Try doing that on the national stage. And as we have set across the board, the labels don't matter. But the labels matter to to them. I believe it was I'm doing this from memory. I don't know if I save the story or not. But it would be when when I read it. I went oh that's perfect. It is exactly what is going on right now. And and it was a a about. Okay. Do I have any here, we go Wall Street Journal school deplorables? Yeah. Of the most culturally deplorable boxes one can check in progressive America in twenty nineteen. The boys of Covington Catholic highschool have most of them white male Christian attendees at the annual March for life in Washington DC, and where's of make America? Great hats. What's not to dislike? Yep. And that's where then it's okay to just assume. In their minds. They are justified to assume in as we started the show out with. To me. It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. What they were there for it. Doesn't matter. What happens? They were wearing it. Doesn't matter what color of skin they have. Or what the religion is? And it doesn't matter. That Mr. Phillips was a native American elder as the label became attached to him don't know who gave him that label. But that's the label that the media gave him it doesn't matter. None of that matters at all, right? All that matters is what was the evidence of that particular incident, and how was it analyzed by the media? That's it. But time and time again, we've we've seen this play out. You know, the the restaurant where the actual workers of the restaurant. Shouting at a man who's sitting there a pain customer happen to the African American didn't make a difference. He was wearing a hat, and he's sitting there. His girlfriend or wife. I'm not sure what she was crying because they're sitting there shouting at him those restaurant workers. The shouting. This is the behavior. Maxine waters. Any chance you get get in their face. It's not it's not gonna change. This. Is it going forward? And they believe they're winning. Look Trump is at some point is no longer going to be president for whatever reason. And it's not going to change because it won't be because they will shout out. They they believe they'll get the win. Things like Jeff flake in an elevator. Well, we got the win. Right. We're gonna keep it up. But as we as we know now that the evidence has proven the boys had been taunted by group of black Hebrew Israelites who shouted racist and homophobic slurs and the boys did not confront Mr. Phillips. He is the one who confronted them as they were waiting near the Lincoln Memorial four their bus. They were not in the act of protesting or being part of any protest at that moment. They were waiting for a bus. They were the ones who were verbally accosted by the black. Hebrew, israelites. And then Mr. Phillips and his group they were the ones Mr. Phillips and his group are the ones that invaded the space of the teenagers. They are the adults in the room. And they're the ones that chose to act like shoulder Aaron. The children were they were put the the the situation that they were put in. Let's people said, well, we wish they hadn't done the Tomahawk chop. They didn't know they were completely confused as to what's going on. You could see it in their faces. They didn't know how to respond. They were kids and these adults were coming up to them and Phillips want right up. By the way, every time. I say San man, I keep thinking of metallic. I'm sorry. I just can't help it. But the. But when right up to his face within inches of his face hitting that drum kit. No kids said in the interview last night wish I would have walked away. And do anything wrong. You just stood his ground. Right. He stood his ground. And that's fine to stand your ground. Right. But no it has to go further. Right. Let's threaten violence. Let's let's let's and then the less mischaracterized everything that scenario, but then keep going even when we're proven wrong, and and continue and continue with the vile crude, and and as far as death threats that have happened both publicly and privately against the high school and those boys what a pitiful bunch the media and the left has become. Yeah. Eight six six ninety redeye. 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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Appeals. And she's a she's Catholic. And she was asked Dianne Feinstein. There's been others for from Bernie Sanders about two Catholic. Will it cloud? Your your judgment. Pretty sure you're not allowed to have a religious litmus test. Well, it happened again. With maisy Hirono, the Senator from Hawaii, the democrat who showed herself as one of the ugliest people ever in conjunction with the confirmation hearing of Justice Breyer Cavanaugh. Well, they have been questioning judicial nominee. Brian Buscher BU ESE H E R. I believe I have his name correctly. Right. So he this'll be a district court in the Brassica to where he would be approved. Well, here's Senator Geraldo. Engaged once again. In this idea of questioning of religion. This idea that somehow that because you belong to the knights of Columbus that maybe urine issue. Tony cats. Tony cats today. Eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine knights of Columbus. These are the same people who you know, they fundraise to get coats the collect coats for kids for the winter. And they they they they raise money for aids charities. That's who they are. That's the knights of Columbus. Well, fellow democrat by the name of Tulsi Gabbard who's the congressman from Hawaii has accused maisy around now of religious bigotry. Here's where it gets fascinating. Gabbard is not a fan of the judge doesn't think he should be confirmed. But thought it was absolutely abhorrent. To make the suggestion as Geraldo did that his Catholicism and his membership in Catholic organizations should be disqualified quote from Representative Gabbard. While I oppose the nomination of Brian Buscher to the US district court, Nebraska, I stand strongly against those who are from mentoring religious bigotry, citing disqualifier says Catholicism and his affiliation with the knights of Columbus. If he is unqualified because of his Catholicism and affiliation with the knights of Columbus. Then president John F Kennedy and the liberal lion of the Senate, Ted Kennedy would have been unqualified for the same reasons. She continues article six of the US constitution clearly states there shall be. No religious test for any seeking to serve in public office. Tell C gabbert served in the military. I am destroyed by the fact that she's a progressive. Bernie Sanders supporter, but at least she was right about the fact that the election was stolen from Bernie Sanders was stolen guys. You don't have to like, Bernie's politics. I don't that man had an election stolen from him by Hillary Clinton. And by Donna Brazile, and the rest. No question about it. If Bernie ran against Donald Trump might be president Sanders right now. Don't think I am not out of my head. You know it as well as I do. But I like Tulsi Gabbard. Now, this is a woman he took her own trip to go visit with sharla Assad of Syria didn't like that. I want to like this woman. I don't know why I want to. And this is the reason that I do. She's right and maisy Arana was wrong. And Dianne Feinstein is wrong and the rest of these people who think someone could be to Catholic. I think there's an issue with two atheist. I think there's an issue with to progressive because in that case, your religion is the state. And power is your God. Why? I mean, if you're gonna have, you know, issues, let's let's spread it all around. Let's this is this idea of.

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"senator  geraldo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"senator geraldo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Described as far, right? It has even come into power yet. Or just as soon power they're far. And I I have a question. Here's a great one for you. Does the New York Times described anything right wing without the word far? And does it ever describe anything left wing with the word far? And how much how much are you willing to bet that the ratio is thousand to one thousand far-right to one far left. You don't you don't I every day virtually I show you what a fraud the media become even the previous managing editor of the. Of the New York Times, Jill Abramson has just written that the times is losing credibility. I mean, I lost a long time ago. But but that's amazing. That she would say that the times is losing credibility either. So obviously just anti-trump which for people on the left makes it mainstream because if you think like a leftist your mainstream. There's no such thing as a leftist to a leftist. You would have to be Lenin or Stalin to be to the left in their minds. And there's only far right? There's no far left the Brazilian government. I don't know exactly what renders it far right anything that he the guy loads, socialism 'cause it ruined Brazil. It ruins every country. Ultimately, some faster some slower. Everything the left does ruins whatever it does. Boy scouts NFL late night comedy religion. You name it. Art, everything. The left touches it is a purely destructive force purely. But people think that they don't have to measure what they accomplish. They only have to measure their intentions. Cossio cortez. Her plan. It's communism is almost communism. What she is offering as her green project for the United States. Green new deal. Thanks. She's gonna wipe out poverty. That's what Lyndon Johnson promised. So we spent trillions of dollars to wipe out poverty. You don't wipe out poverty with money, you wipe out poverty with values. I know I know, but that's a far right idea that values matter. What poverty such a relative term because the average average Americans under the poverty line. Nearly all of them have an apartment or home. A car air conditioning internet. I mean, they live the most of the people under the poverty live in the United States live like the middle class lives in Europe. It was one of the great stunning realizations. I made one student in England for year in college and went to middle class homes, and they would have would have been considered poor people in the United States. The middle class in the United States is a very rich class compared to any other in the world. Anyway. I'm telling you how good America's that. Immediately. Renders me a conservative. Want to transform the mentally transformed. The country. This is the you know, the camera Harris. Wow. I just realized my Senator, wow. My Senator Campbell Harrison I have the following in common. We were both on Larry King. At the same time that is it beyond that, we're both homo sapiens. We have nothing in common. It is amazing that were part of the same species. It truly is. She would say the same thing. Obviously. Wall Street Journal editorial board. There's the Senator think Al Smith and JFK were extremists. Apparently. Now, there's a Senator from Brian Buscher. He's a member of the knights of Columbus Catholic fraternal organization. So that may render an extremist organization. If you think that marriage should be between a man and a woman, you are now on extremist, isn't that amazing Barack Obama for most of his presidency claimed that he believed in the definition of marriage is a man and a woman, I guess he was an extremist. Even if the position is right? It's an extreme position. If the extreme position is that there should be same sex marriage. That's the extreme position extremism relative term compared to all of human history. Same-sex marriages an extremist position maybe morally, right? But it's that's the extremist position. It's not an extremist position that marriage is between a man and a woman to normative position. Anyway, Jack Kennedy told a gathering of skeptical Protestant ministers in nineteen sixty quote, if this election is decided on the basis that forty million Americans lost their chance of being president of the day. They were baptized. It is the whole nation. That will be the loser. Judging from the questions senators camera Harris and maisy Hirono in Hawaii from Hawaii put Donald Trump's nominee for a federal district court in the Brassica today's Democrats would call Smith and Kennedy's extremists heat. Smith ran for president in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight he was a Catholic. And Kennedy extremists nominee. Brian Buscher is a member of the knights of Columbus. A Catholic fraternal organization. Senator Geraldo says holds quote, a number of extreme positions. Particularly on same sex, marriage and abortion. The extreme positions. The idea that a human fetus has the moral status of a bacterium? That's not extreme. It's extreme to hold that has value. Get it. This is the this is the Orwellian world in which we live. The grilling of the judge makes clear these Democrats regard membership in the Catholic organization as disqualifying for the record the nights take the same position as the Catholic church. JFK was himself at night. Mr Bush is unfit to serve as a federal judge because of his knights membership. Then so every other Catholic American who doesn't publicly repudiate the church's moral teaching. And yet there are so many Catholics who vote democrat just as it doesn't matter. How anti Israel the left guts? So many Jews are on the left. Because leftism is a religion. It is it is holier than anything. Catholics who vote democrat leftism is holier than church teachings..

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