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"sousa gill" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"sousa gill" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The judge Benson show. The name may be sounds familiar, but she's doing her own thing. And she's doing quite well joining us now is Danielle desouza Gill policy. Visor first action millennials adviser, their she's younger generation. She does stuff for Prager you and she brings it from a younger perspective. Appreciate you coming on today, and first and foremost, you are younger and in this younger world that your generation in particular. I'm a gen xer the millennial generation they seem to be drawn to something. That scares a lot of people, which is called socialism. Why is that? Oh, wow. Well, I think socialism attracts young people because they always went camping for free. Our generation is the generation is most likely it lives in their parents basement that they're most likely to not think college is worth even going too. So they must they want everything paid for for free. And anytime you offer people things for which is often the social Democrats, do they flock to it. Yeah. It is crazy that the that they they want the free stuff. You know, you you. You're educated you've gone to school. You know, obviously, you've been you know, you see what your dad goes through when he goes to these college campuses. And and and I'm sure you've got friends who are progressive people you've hung out with and stuff. And what what are they afraid of when they when somebody like your dad or anybody in advance Shapiro. Anybody who has a different mindset comes onto a campus to challenge some of those ideals they freak out about it. What is it about that? Well, unfortunately, it's a group of far left democrat students who try to shut down the event. So they are processing basically following around. They have no problem, harass you. And those people would say are not everyone, they're smaller the college, but they have the loudest voice and everyone else, they're just really confused, and they just want to hear the speaker there just curious they probably never hear anyone say socialism as bad. They never hear any kind of counter argument. But fortunately, the far left wing students take over because they they this entitlement mindset, which is that their opinion is more important than wars. That's of course, their opinions more important when I was I was young I will tell you this in my opinion was always more important than my parents opinion, because as a child as we all know, we always think our opinion matters most to ten to Sousa Gill policy advisor American first action. So when you when you out there, and you new stuff for Prager you and stuff there. There's obviously we hear about the loonies on the campuses. But you know, you got fifty thousand people it's a small fraction of a people that under campus that make that noise. They get the bully pulpit for whatever reason, but the reality is the other forty eight thousand people are going to school. They're trying to get out and do their thing. We don't hear about them. Why is that? Well, we don't hear about them because unfortunately, they are not super interested in politics. They're mostly interested in getting a great focusing on their friends and things like that. Which is great. But but the thing is that the far left with Democrats on the champions usually end up calling people to their side. So if they kind of stayed in politics that would be fine because you don't have to be interested in everything. But but they really only the left wing side of things that prevents other students. They don't here right there. It's coming to their campus. So when they leave college there are a lot different from how they were when they first came to college, which was maybe interested, and they leave is far left-wingers. Yeah. It's interesting because I mean, you know, when you're you know, you're going to college. I mean, how many of your professors were just so far ridiculously left compared to just somebody. Who's just, hey, here's the curriculum. This is what we're gonna do. And I'm not going to interject anything other than that. I mean, you know, how many of those? We're never liked that. They would always make it out. Like what they were saying true, of course, far less any professor ever had which is very rare who was even somewhat conservatively never ever act like it. They would always like say the most benign comment. They would always be very fair and in the middle on everything. So no one professor top complete free reign. You know, you going to any campus pretty much in America, minus a few knowing who your father is. I'm sure that people were like, oh, really? So your dad is did you get a lot of a gruff and crap for that? Yeah. I did. I think I went to call it an interesting time. It was. Being tried by the Obama administration for campaign finance laws. And so during that time that he was he had his case and he came to confinement center. So I would visit him and had to kind of feel with all those things, but he completed his full sentence while I was in school for his community service that has psychological counseling and he did his confinement. So no, yeah. I mean by the time he got his party, and he had done the same. When I was in college. So no, I definitely have professors making me I was in auditory, I'm with over one hundred people where he would start laughing at me, they you're selling. So that's not something that it doesn't happen. It does. And unfortunately, other students they're they're really quite privileged. So they actually don't understand what it's like to have parents who are incarcerated at any time. And so they debate these kinds of things in the classroom as if it's not the kind of students that are. Actually in the room when it is. So I would usually try to offer some perspective and say, no, this is what it actually really is white. So so now, I definitely experience that everyone pretty much knew about it. Because it was in the news. Talking to Danielle Souza Gill policy visor America. I actually check her out at triggered you author of why God an intelligent discussion on the revelation of fate. And here's something for you. You're you're younger generation millennial generation you're right in the thick of it. You're doing your thing you're out there in about. And there's a lot of kids out there. Who are you know, some that you completely disinterested in politics? Some that are interested, but they're not left or right. Some that are right. But but by and large a lot of those people you just on campus in particular, they just keep their mouth shut because out of fear of you know, what I'm going to be on the wrong side of something at least on this campus. And I don't want to participate in that. And I don't think that's a great thing to have because we should have opened dialogue. We should hear everything on both sides of the aisle when it comes to politics religion life, and we don't hear it. Yeah. No, absolutely. Basically conservative students on the campus. Either decide. Okay. I'm just going to live in a hole and just like disengaged from everyone. 'cause I can't I can't be myself. I can't say anything I think so they just hide or they just become as person, they're not. And they act like they agree with everything that people say because it's just easier that way, and it's really sad because when people graduate they left wing student. They're always able to argue their points that the right went students find it really difficult because they never actually do. They never say them and not really affects you overtime. Just wanna throw down with some. What's what I'll say come on? Let's do this. We're doing this right now. We're just doing this. She started cracking your knuckles and just like we're doing this all em style. And they took a step back. And you like, that's right. What do you think of that? Maybe you should do that. That would have been good. Yeah. Liked it. But still. Well, even just saying their views. I mean night inciting people just saying what you think about this and itself is difficult for students on campuses. Yeah. Well, it is with anyone. It. It doesn't matter. What it is. I mean, you know, you're fighting yourself, you're growing, you should be finding your voice in everything. A lot of times. It's you know, it's the first time people lived away from home for any kind of exp-, you know, extended period of time that trying to find out where we're they're supposed to be going in life getting away from their parents views, maybe having some of their own, and then they get there. And they're like, okay. Here's the view you're gonna have. And it doesn't matter what it is from folding laundry to whatever it just feels like if you have a different view somewhere that somebody doesn't like any more. I it especially in your generation, it's wrong, and you get chastised for it. And it's ridiculous. Yeah, absolutely ridiculous. And it's so tough because there's so much peer pressure when you're living in, you know, any kind of community, especially when you're younger in school, but you really stop carrying about what people think of you because they really don't care about the person doesn't matter how well they know you if you are right wing, these far less social Justice warriors their goal is to just take you down. So, unfortunately, you kind of have to just stop caring about what they think of you. Isn't it weird though? And this is something I find to be interesting when I was growing up, and you go through those those formative years, you know, that eighteen to twenty fours, you're finding your way in your thought process and stuff where you would want to essentially, I would come to you. If I was on the left and say, let me show you my viewpoint. I want to show you where I come from. Maybe you show me your viewpoint, and maybe we see maybe we're missing something here. You're not getting the whole story. I'm not getting ill story nowadays. It's I don't want to hear the other side of the story. My story. This is the only story that should be heard. And that to me is the scary thing. Right. And that I would say is mostly. I would say students on the right? I made even if you go to a school in the south or in an area where there are a lot of conservatives. Like, no like, they actually really do discuss. You know, what the left says other idea? It's not it's not like that. But students are brought up on the left and go to schools on the web. They don't experience that they mostly just hear their own idea. And they don't wanna hear other ideas. And it's really hard for them to think about anything else. Absolutely. It absolutely is Danielle Souza Gill American first action. Right. There's suppose you've is you could check out on Prager you as well. You make tons of videos and all kinds of cool stuff. Appreciate you having on and hope to have a on again because I think you give an an a very good insightful view into a younger generation, and how they're dealing with things comparatively to the my older gen-x generation who would have thought that. Appreciate you coming on today. Thank you. Thank you at Chadbensonshow Twitter, C H A D E N S O N. And it's it's amazing. I mean, could you imagine that you know, and it's funny because her her dad told the story a couple of weeks ago about how the pardon came what that was like, but he was in jail. I mean, the guy's in jail for some this so ridiculous. I mean, we look at it and stuff was it raw was it wrong. What he did? He made a. Yeah. It was wrong. What I did. But the reality is the way that he was frosty the way they came after him like that shows you how political things could be. But man, I couldn't even imagine being on a college campus today because just knowing that look anything that goes against whatever it is social Justice wise or any of that stuff in most instances, and we've talked to how many professors, right? You know, gazing all of them say, it's just ridiculous. You just can't you can't say anything that goes against what the the norm is on that campus. And that is scary. That is not healthy for anybody at all. And remember a good. Majority of the students that are coming out aren't going to think any way different in the future. And they're going to be in the workforce. Think about that three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three..

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"sousa gill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"sousa gill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The Chad Benson show. The name may be sounds familiar, but she's doing her own thing. And she's doing quite well joining us now is Danielle Souza Gill policy. Visor first action millennials adviser, their she's younger generation. She does stuff for Prager you and she brings it from younger perspective. Appreciate you coming on today, and first and foremost, you are younger and this younger world your generation in particular. I'm gen xer the millennial generation they seem to be drawn to something. That scares a lot of people, which is called socialism. Why is that? Oh, wow. Well, I think socialism attracts young people because they all want things for free Arjun ration- as generation is most likely to live in their parents basement. They're most likely to not think college is worth even going to. So they mostly want everything paid for for free. And anytime you offer people things for which is often the socialist leaning Democrats, do they flock to it. Yeah. It is crazy that they they want the free stuff. You know, you you. You're educated you've gone to school. You know, obviously, you've been you know, you see what you dad goes through when he goes to these college campuses. And and and I'm sure you've got friends who are progressive people you've hung out with and stuff. And what what are they afraid of when they when somebody like your dad or anybody independent appear? Oh, anybody who has a different mindset comes onto a campus to challenge some of those ideals they freak out about it. What is it about that? Well, unfortunately, it's a group of far less democrat students who try to shut down the event. So they are processing remain basically falling around. They have no problem harass. And those people would say are not everyone they're smaller party at the college. But they have the loudest voice and everyone else they're just really confused, and they just wanna hear the speaker just curious they probably never hear anyone say that socialism is badly. Never hear any counter argument. But fortunately, far left wing students take over because they they entitlement mindset, which is their opinion is more important than wars. That's of course, their opinions more important when I was I was young. I will tell you this that my opinion was always more important than my parents opinion, because as a child as we all know, we always take our opinion matters most. Ten Sousa Gill policy visor American first action. So when you when you're out there, and you new stuff Prager you and stuff there. There's obviously we hear about the loonies on the campuses. But you know, you got fifty thousand people it's a small fraction of a people that on the campus and make that noise. They get the bully pulpit for whatever reason, but the reality is the other forty eight thousand people are going to school. They're trying to get out and do their thing. We don't hear about them. Why is that? Well, we don't hear about them because unfortunately, they are not super interested in politics. They're mostly interested in getting grades on their friends and things like that. Which is great. But but the thing is that the far left with Democrats on the campus usually end up calling people to their side. So they kind of stayed interested in politics will be fine because you don't have to be interested in everything. But but they really only hear the left wing side of things that other students they don't here right coming to their campus. So when they leave college they're different from how they were when they first came to college, which may be interested, and they leave us are left wingers. Yeah. It's interesting because I mean, you know, when you're know you're going to college. I mean, how many of your professors were just so far ridiculously left compared to just somebody. Who was just, hey, here's the curriculum. This about we're going to do. And I'm not going to interject anything other than that. I mean, you know, how many of those? We're never liked that. They would always make it out. Like what they were saying was true. And that was far less any professor ever had which is very rare who was even somewhat conservative would never ever act like it. They would always like say the most benign comment. They would always be very fair and in the middle of everything. So no the left wing professor have complete free. Rein. You know, you going to any campus pretty much in America, minus a few knowing who your father is. I'm sure that people were like, oh, really? So your dad is did you get a lot of a gruff and crap for that? Yeah. I did. I think I went to collared interesting time. It was around the US. Being tried by the administration for campaign finance laws. And so during that time that he was he had his case and he came to go to confinement center. So I was visit him and had to kind of feel all those things. But no he completed his full sentence while I was in school for his many service and has psychological counseling and he did his confinement. So no, yeah. I mean by the time he got his party, and he had done the same. When I was in college. So no, I definitely have professors making fun of me. I was an auditorium with over a hundred people where he would start laughing at me, they like all your daughter Selim. So that's not something that it doesn't happen. It does. And unfortunately other students they're I mean, they're really quite privilege. They actually don't understand what it's like to have parents who are incarcerated of any kind. And so they debate these kinds of things in the classroom. As if it's not the kind of students that are actually in the room when it is. So I would usually try to offer some perspective and say, no, this it actually really like so so now, I definitely experience that and everyone pretty much knew about it. Because it wasn't as. Talking to Daniel Sousa Gill policy visor, America. I actually could check her out at Prager you author of why God and discussion on the reverend's of fate. And here's something for you. You're you're younger generation millennial generation you're right in the thick of you doing your thing you're out there in about. And there's a lot of kids out there. Who are you know, some that you completely disinterested in politics? Some that are interested, but they're not left to right. Some that are right. But but by and large a lot of those people you just on campus in particular, they just keep their mouth shut because out of fear of you know, what I'm going to be on the wrong side of something at least on this campus. And I don't want to participate in that. And I don't think that's a great thing to have because we should have opened dialogue. We should hear everything on both sides of the aisle when it comes to politics religion life, and we don't hear it. No, absolutely, basically conservative students on the campus. Either decide. Okay. I'm just going to live in a hole and just like disengage from everyone is I can't I can't be myself. I can't say anything I think so they just hide or they just become as person, they're not. And they act like they agree with everything that people say because it's just easier that way, and it's really sad because when people graduate they left wing student. They're always able to argue their points that the right one students really difficult because they never actually do. They never say them and not really affects you overtime. Throw down with some say come on. Let's do this. We're doing this right now. We're just doing she start cracking your knuckles and just like we're doing this all em style. And they took a step back, and you that's right. What do you think of that? Maybe you should do that. That would have been good. Yeah. Liked it. But still. Well, even just saying their views. I mean night inciting people just saying what you think about this and itself is difficult for students on campuses. Yeah. Well, it is it doesn't matter. What it is. I mean, you know, you're fighting yourself, you're growing, you should be finding your voice and everything lot of times. You know, it's the first time people lived away from home for any kind of exp-, you know, extended period of time that trying to find out where where they're supposed to be going in life getting away from their parents views, maybe having some of their own, and then they get there. And they're like, okay. Here's the view you're gonna have. And it doesn't matter what it is from folding laundry to whatever it just feels like if you have a different view somewhere that somebody doesn't like any more, especially in your generation, it's wrong, and you get chastised for it. And it's ridiculous. Yeah, absolutely ridiculous. And it's so tough because there's so much peer pressure when you're living in, you know, any kind of community, especially when you're younger in school, but you really stop carrying about what people think of you because they really don't care about the person doesn't matter how well they know you if you are right wing, these far less social Justice warriors their goal is to just take you down. So, unfortunately, you kind of have to just stop caring about what they think of you. Is it weird though? And this is something I find to be interesting. I was when I was growing up going through those formative years, you know, that eighteen to twenty four is you're finding your way in your thought process and stuff where you would want to essentially, you know, I would come to you. If I was on the left and say, let me show you my viewpoint. I want to show you where I come from. Maybe you show me your viewpoint, and maybe we see maybe we're missing something here. You're not getting the whole story. I'm not getting story nowadays. It's I don't want to hear the other side of the story. My story. Is the only story that should be heard. And that to me is the scary thing. Right. And that I would say is mostly. Left say students on the right, even if you go to a school in the south area where conservatives like no like they actually really do discuss. You know, what the left says other ideas, it's not it's not like that. But students are brought up on the left and go to schools on the web. They don't experience that they mostly just hear their own idea. They don't wanna hear other ideas, and it's really hard because it makes it hard for them to think about anything else. Absolutely, absolutely. Is Danielle Souza Gill American first action, right? There's policy visor. You check her out on Prager you as well. You make tons of videos and all kinds of cool stuff. Pre sheets you have any on and hope to have a on again. Because I think you give an an a very good insightful view into a younger generation and how they're dealing with things. Comparatively to the my older generation thought that appreciate you coming on today. Thank you. Chad Benson show Twitter C H A D E N S O N. And it's it's amazing. I mean, could you imagine that you know? And it's funny because her dad told the story a couple of weeks ago about how the pardon came what that was like, but it was in jail. I mean, the guy's in jail for some the so ridiculous. I mean, we look at it and stuff wasn't raw was it wrong. What he did? He made a. Yeah. It was wrong. What I did. But the reality is the way that he was frosty the way they came after him like that shows you how political things could be. But man, I couldn't even imagine being on a college campus today because just knowing that look anything that goes against whatever it is social Justice wise or any of that stuff in most instances, and we've talked to how many professors, right? You know, VO gazing all of them say, it's just ridiculous. You just can't can't say anything that goes against what the the norm is on that campus. And that is scary. That is not healthy for anybody at all. And remember a good. Majority of these students that are coming out aren't going to think anyway, different in the future. And they're going to be in the workforce think about that three three five three eight twenty four twenty three. At Chad Benson show Twitter. 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"sousa gill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"sousa gill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"E close ish, but he did something that was a smart way to address it. He wanted to meet people we can get better every single day and the cow stop getting better a million years ago at making me a couple of years in they had a prototype in him. And it was time to get it in front of consumers, but they weren't interest. Fid in reaching people who are already opened a veggie, burgers and other alternatives. The only consumer the mass toss is hardcore meat lover people. Who love falsely assume that delicious meat has to come from animal. And if you can come up with something that's better. And you first foremost, you have to trick the mind because as we all know is we're biting into it. We're already thinking it's not meet it's not made. It's going to be veggie. There is that certain sense of tricking yourself. But I I've had friends who've tried to pass off edgy burgers and black being burgers as if they're just they're not you can tell that. They're not this is supposed to be the thing that will change that. And if it can own my God, how amazing is that? Now. Can you do it with steaks do like I love beef? Hotdogs, can you do it with those kind of things that'll be amazing? And the possibility I'm sure is there. But if this is real as everybody says, it is every time we've talked on the impossible meet everybody says it's incredible way to try. I can't wait to try three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter tweet at us. Love hearing her name is Dan. Yell. The sousa. Gill? Her dad is the Nash, she is doing her own thing. And she doing quite well, we're going to talk to her straight ahead. Yup..

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"sousa gill" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"sousa gill" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Our wins out of the southeast at fifteen to twenty. The Chad Benson show. The name may be sounds familiar, but she's doing her own thing. And she's doing quite well joining us now is Danielle the Souza Gill policy visor first action millennials adviser there, she's younger generation. She does stuff for Prager you and she brings it from younger perspective. Appreciate you coming on today, and first and foremost, you are younger and in this younger world your generation in particular. I'm gen xer the millennial generation they seem to be drawn to something. That scares a lot of people, which is called socialism. Why is that? Oh, wow. Well, I think socialism attract young people because they all want things for our generation is the generation is most likely to live in their parents basement. They're most likely to not think college is worth even going to. So they mostly want everything paid for for free. And anytime you offer people things for which is often the socialist leaning Democrats do they're going to walk into it. Yeah. It is crazy that they they want the free stuff. You know, you you. You're educated you've gone to school. You know, obviously, you've been you know, you see what your dad goes through when he goes to these college campuses. And and and I'm sure you've got friends who are progressive people you've hung out with and stuff. And what what are they afraid of when they when somebody like your dad or anybody independence hero? Anybody who has a different mindset comes onto a campus to challenge some of those ideals they freak out about it. What is it about that? Well, unfortunately, it's a fun group of far left democrat students who try to shut down the event. So they are processing screaming basically following around. They have no problem, harass you. And those people would say are not everyone they're smaller already at the college. But they have the loudest voice and everyone else, they're just really confused, and they just want to hear the speaker. They were just curious. They probably never hear anyone say socialism as bad. They never hear any counter argument. But fortunately, the far left wing students take over because they they had this entitlement mindset, which is their opinion is more important than yours. Let's of course, their opinions more import when I was I was young. I will tell you this in my opinion was always more important than my parents opinion, because as a child as we all know, we always think our opinion matters most talking to Daniel Sousa Gill policy advisor, America first action. So when you when you're out there and do new stuff for Prager you and stuff there. There's obviously we hear about the loonies on the campuses. But you know, you got fifty thousand people it's a small fraction of a people that on the campus that make that noise. They get the bully pulpit for whatever reason, but the reality is the other forty eight thousand people are going to school. They're trying to get out at and do their thing. We don't hear about them. Why is that? Well, we don't hear about them because unfortunately, they are not super interested in politics. They're mostly interested in getting a great focusing on their friends and things like that. Which is great. But but the thing is that the far left with Democrats on the campus usually end up calling people to their side, though, if they kind of stayed interested in politics that would be fine because you don't have to be interested in everything. But but no, they really only the left wing side of things that is from each other student if they don't here right harassed coming to their campus. So when they leave college there are a lot different from how they were when they first came to college, which may be interested in they leave us are left wingers. Yeah. It's interesting because I mean, you know, when you're you know, you're going to college. I mean, how many of your professors were just so far ridiculously left compared to just somebody. Who just hey, here's the curriculum. This we're going to do. And I'm not going to interject anything other than that. I mean, you know, how many of those? We're never liked that. They would always make it out. Like what they were saying was true. And that was a far less, but any professor ever had which is very rare who was even somewhat conservatively never ever act like it. They would always like say the most benign comment. They would always be very fair in the middle on everything. So the left wing professor Todd complete free. Rein. You know, you going to any campus pretty much in America, minus a few knowing who your father is. I'm sure that people were like, oh, really? So your dad is did you get a lot of a gruff and and crap for that. Yeah. I did. I think I went to college interesting time. It was around the time when he was. Being tried by the bum administration for a campaign finance laws. And so during that time that he was he had his case and he came in and had to go to confinement center. So I would visit him and had to kind of feel with all those things. But no he completed his full sentence while I was in school for many service that has psychological counseling and he did his confinement. So no, yeah. I mean by the time, he got his heart, and he had done the same was in college. So no, I definitely have professors making me I was an auditorium with over one hundred people where he would start laughing at me they like all your daughter expel him. So yeah, I'm that's not something that it doesn't happen. It does. And unfortunately, other students they're they're really quite privileged. So they actually don't understand what it's like to have parents who are incarcerated of any kind. And so they debate these kinds of things in the classroom as if. It's not the kind of students that are actually in the room when it is. So I would usually try to offer some perspective and say, no, this it actually really is white. So so now, I definitely experienced that everyone pretty much knew about it. Because it was in the news. Talking to Danielle desouza Gill policy visor America. I actually check her out at Prager you author of why God and intelligent discussion on the of fate. And here's something for you, your your younger generation millennial generation, you're right in the thick of it you doing your thing you're out there in about. And there's a lot of kids out there. Who are you know, some that you completely disinterested in politics? Some that are interested, but they're not left or right. Some that are right. But but by and large a lot of those people you just on campus in particular, they just keep their mouth shut because out of fear of you know, what I'm going to be on the wrong side of something at least on this campus. And I don't want to participate in that. And I don't think that's a great thing to have because we should have opened a dialogue. We should hear everything on both sides of the aisle when it comes to politics religion life, and we don't hear it. Yeah. No, absolutely. Basically conservative students on the campus. Either decide. Okay. I'm just going to live in a hole and just like disengage from everyone. 'cause I can't I can't be myself. I can't say anything I think so they just hide or are. They just become as person, they're not. And they act like they agree with everything that people say that because it's just easier that way, and it's really sad because when people graduate they left wing student. They're always able to argue their points that the right went students find it really difficult because they never actually do. They never say them. And not really affects you over time. Did you just wanna throw down with some once in a while? I'll say come on. Let's do this. We're doing this right now, we're just doing this. She started cracking your knuckles and just like we're doing this all MA style. And they took a step back. And you're like, that's right. What do you think of that? Maybe you should do that. That would have been good. You might not have liked it. But still. Well, even just saying their views. I mean, inciting people just saying what you think about is. An excel is difficult for students on campuses. Yeah. Well, it is anyone it? It doesn't matter. What it is. I mean, you know, you're finding yourself you're growing, you should be finding your voice and everything a lot of times. You know, it's the first time people lived away from home for any kind of exp-, you know, extended period of time that trying to find out where we're they're supposed to be going in life getting away from their parents views, maybe having some of their own, and then they get there. And they're like, okay. Here's the view you're gonna have. And it doesn't matter what it is from folding laundry to whatever it just feels like if you have a different view somewhere that somebody doesn't like any more, especially in your generation, it's wrong, and you get chastised for this ridiculous. Yeah, absolutely ridiculous. And it's so tough because there's so much peer pressure when you're living in, you know, any kind of community, especially when you're younger in school, but you really have to stop carrying about what people think of you because they really don't care about you as a person doesn't matter how well they know you if you are right wing these far west social Justice warriors their goal is to just take you down. So, unfortunately, you have to just stop caring about what they think of you. Visit weird though. And this is something I find to be interesting. I was when I was growing up, and you go through those formative years, you know, that eighteen to twenty four hours, you're finding your way in your thought process and stuff where you would want to essentially, I would come to you. If I was on the left and say, let me show you my viewpoint. I want to show you where I come from. Maybe you show me your viewpoint, and maybe we see if maybe we're missing something here. You're not getting the whole story. I'm not getting the whole story nowadays. It's I don't want to hear the other side of the story. My story. This is the only story that should be heard. And that to me is the scary thing. Right. And that I would say is mostly. I would say students on the right? I made even if you go to a school in the south or an area where there are a lot of conservatives. Like, no like, they actually really do discuss. You know, what the left side other idea? It's not it's not like that. But students are brought up on the left and go to schools in the west. They don't experience that they mostly just hear their own idea. And they don't want to hear any other ideas. And it's really because it makes it hard for them to think about anything else. Absolutely, absolutely. Is Danielle the Sousa Gill American first action, right? There's policy adviser you could check her out on Prager US. Well, you make tons of videos and all kinds of cool stuff. Pre sheets you have any on and hope to have on again. Because I think you give an an a very good insightful view into a younger generation, and how they're dealing with things comparatively to than my older genetics generation who would have thought that pre sheets you coming on today. Thank you. Thank you. At Chad Benson show, Twitter C H, A D E N S O N. And it's it's amazing. I mean, could you imagine that you know?.

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"sousa gill" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"sousa gill" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The Benson show. The name may be sounds familiar, but she's doing her own thing. And she's doing quite well joining us now, Danielle Souza Gill policy visor first action millennials adviser there she's younger generation. She does stuff for Prager you and she brings it from younger perspective. Appreciate you coming on today, and first and foremost, you are younger and younger world your generation in particular. I'm gen xer the millennial generation they seem to be drawn to something. That scares a lot of people, which is called socialism. Why is that? Oh, wow. Well, I think socialism attract young people because they all want things for our generation generation is most likely to live in their parents basement. They're most likely to not think college is worth even going to. So they mostly want everything paid for for free. And anytime you offer people things for which is often the socialist leaning Democrats do that the flock to it. Yeah. It is crazy that they they want the free stuff. You know, you you. You're educated you've gone to school. You know, obviously, you've been you see what your dad goes through when he goes to these college campuses. And and and I'm sure you've got friends who are progressive people you've hung out with and stuff. And what what are they afraid of when they when somebody like your dad or anybody independent appear? Oh, anybody who has a different mindset comes onto a campus to challenge some of those ideals they freak out about it. What is it about that? Well, unfortunately, it's funk group of far left. Democrat do them who try to shut down the event. So they are processing remain basically falling around. They have no crop want, harass you. And those people would say are not everyone. They're smaller already at the college. But they have the loudest voice and everyone else they're just really can use. And they just wanna hear the speaker just curious they probably never hear anyone say that those as bad they never hear any counter argument. But fortunately, far left wing students take over because they they had this entitlement mindset, which is their opinion is more important than wars. That's of course, their opinions more important when I was I was young. I will tell you this. My opinion was always more important than my parents opinion, because as a child as we all know, we always think our opinion matters most talking to ten to Sousa Gill policy visor American first action. So when you when you were out there, and you knew stuff Prager you and stuff there. There's obviously we hear about the loonies on the campuses. But you know, you got fifty thousand people it's a small fraction of a people that on the campus that make that noise. They get the bully pulpit for whatever reason, but the reality is the other forty eight thousand people are going to school. They're trying to get out at and do their thing. We don't hear about them. Why is that? Well, we don't hear about them because unfortunately, they are not super interested in politics. They're mostly interested in getting grades focusing on their friends and things like that. Which is great. But but the thing is that the far left with Democrats on the campus usually end up calling people to their side. So if they kind of stayed interested in politics, it'll be fine because you don't have to be interested in everything. But, but no, they really only hear the left wing side of things that prevents other students. They don't here right there coming to their campus. So when they leave college they're lot different from how they were when they first came to college, which was may be interested, and they leave us or left winger. Yeah. It's interesting because I mean, you know, when you're you're going to college. I mean, how many of your professors were just so far ridiculously left compared to just somebody. Who just hey, here's the curriculum. This what we're gonna do. And I'm not going to interject anything other than that. I mean, how many of those? We're never liked that. They would always make it out. Like what they were saying was true. And that was a less any professor ever had which is very rare who was even somewhat conservative win ever ever act like it. They would always like say the most benign comment. They would always be very fair in the middle of everything. So now the left wing professors have complete free rein. You know, you going to any campus pretty much in America, minus a few knowing who your father is. I'm sure that people were like, oh, really? So your dad is did you get a lot of a gruff and crap for that? Yeah. I did. I think I went to collared interesting time. It was around the time that he was being tried by the bomb administration for campaign finance laws. And so during that time that he was he had his case, and he came and he had to go to confinement center. So I would visit him and had to kind of feel with all those things. But no he completed his full sentence while I wasn't school for many service has psychological counseling and he did his confinement. So no, yeah. I mean by the time he got his card. He had done this. And that would all through when I was in college. So no, I definitely have professors making fun of me. I was in auditorium with over one hundred people where he would start laughing at me say like oh your daughter in. So yeah, that's not something that it doesn't happen. It does. And unfortunately other students they're I mean, they're really quite privilege. So they actually don't understand what it's like to have parents who are incarcerated of any kind. And so they debate these kinds of things in the classroom as if it's not the kind of students that are actually in the room when it is. So I would usually try to offer some perspective and say, no, this it actually really is like, so no, I definitely experienced everyone pretty much knew about it. Because it wasn't as. Talking to Daniel Sousa Gill policy visor, America. I actually check her out at triggered you author of why God and talent discussion on the reverence of fate. And here's something you're you're younger generation millennial generation, you're right in the thick of it. You're doing your thing you're out there in about. And there's a lot of kids out there. Who are you know, some that you completely disinterested in politics? Some that are interested, but they're not left or right. Some that are right. But but by and large a lot of those people you just on campus in particular, they just keep their mouth shut because out of fear of you know, what I'm going to be on the wrong side of something at least on this campus. And I don't want to participate in that. And I don't think that's a great thing to have because we should have opened a lot dialogue which should hear everything on both sides of the aisle when it comes to politics religion life, and we don't hear it. Yeah. No, absolutely. Basically conservative students on the campus. Either decide. Okay. I'm just going to live in a hole and just like disengage from everyone. 'cause I can't I can't be myself. I can't say anything I think so they just hide or they just become as person, they're not. And they act like they agree with everything that people say because it's just easier that way, and it's really sad because when people graduate they left wing student. They're always able to argue their points. But the right one students don't really difficult because they never actually do. They never say them. And not really affects you overtime. Did you just wanna throw down with some of what's come on the student this? We're doing this right now, we're just doing startling cracking your knuckles and just like we're doing this em style, and they took a step back. And like, that's right. What do you think of that? Maybe you should do that. That would have been good. Yeah. You're might not have liked it. But still. Well, even just saying their views. I mean night inciting people just saying what you think about this. And it's so difficult for students on campuses. Yeah. Well, it is anyone it doesn't matter. What it is. I mean, you know, you're fighting yourself, you're growing, you should be finding your voice and everything a lot of times. You know, it's the first time people lived away from home for any kind of exp- extended period of time trying to find out where where they're supposed to be going in life getting away from their parents views, maybe having some of their own, and then they get there. And they're like, okay. Here's the view you're gonna have. And it doesn't matter what it is from folding laundry to whatever it just feels like if you have a different view somewhere that somebody doesn't like any more, especially in your generation, it's wrong, and you get chastised for it. And it's ridiculous. Yeah, absolutely ridiculous. And it's so tough because there's so much peer pressure when you're living in, you know, any kind of community, especially when you're younger in school, but you really stop carrying about what people think of you because they really don't care about you as a person doesn't matter how they know you if you are right wing, these far less social Justice warriors their goal is to just take you down. So, unfortunately, you have to just stop carrying about what they think of you. Isn't it weird though? And this is something I find to be interesting. I was when I was growing up going through those formative years, you know, eighteen to twenty four finding your way and your thought process and stuff where you would want to essentially, I would come to you. If I was on the left and say, let me show you my viewpoint. I want to show you where I come from. Maybe you show me your viewpoint, and maybe we maybe we're missing something here. You're not getting the whole story. I'm not gonna story nowadays. It's I don't wanna hear the other side of the story. My story. Is the only store that should be heard. And that to me is the scary thing. Right. And that I would say is mostly. After say students on the right? And even if you go to a school in the south or an area where a lot of conservatives like no like they actually really do discuss. You know, what the left side other ideas? It's not it's not like that. But students are brought up on the left and go to schools on the web. They don't experience that they mostly just hear their own idea. And they don't wanna hear other ideas. And it's really because it makes it hard for them to think about anything else. Absolutely. Absolutely. Daniel Sousa Gill American first action right there policy visor, you check her out on Prager US while you make tons of videos and all kinds of cool stuff. Pre sheets you having on and hope to have on again because I think you give an an a very good insightful view into a younger generation, and how they're dealing with things comparatively to the my older gen-x generation who would have thought that. Appreciate you coming onto thank you. But you've at Chad Benson show Twitter HD. S O N. And it's it's amazing. But could you imagine that, you know, and it's funny because her dad told the story a couple of weeks ago about how the pardon came what that was like, but it was in jail. I mean, the guy's in jail for some this so ridiculous. I mean, we look at it and stuff was it. Wrong was wrong. What he did? He. Yeah. It was wrong. What I did. But the reality is the way that he was prosecute the way they came after him like that shows you how political things could be. But man, I couldn't even magin being on a college campus today because just knowing that look anything that goes against whatever it is social Justice wise or any of that stuff in most instances, and we've talked to how many professors, right? You know, gazing all of them say, it's just ridiculous. You just can't you can't say anything that goes against what the the norm is on that campus. And that is scary. That is not healthy for anybody at all. And remember a good majority of these students that are coming out aren't going to think anyway. Different in the future. And they're going to be in the workforce. Think about that three three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson show Twitter..

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"sousa gill" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"sousa gill" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"There's a lot going on. We will have to Sousa Gill on our number two cool conversation with initiative Souza's daughter who is an activist out there on the conservative right in her own, right. We have a great conversation wise ACC big draw. Sam you've been to this south by south west that would you? Yeah. I have. So is it supposed to be about politics or is supposed to be about music, which is supposed to be? It's really just supposed to be about music. It's a big huge music festival. Full of you've been up there. I have not. Where we sit. It's you know, where you are. It's probably what an hour. Less than that. For me. Wow. Including traffic because that's a whole other story. Well, you see me drive. So you know, it doesn't matter. You can't drive when you can't. Thing for me. I don't really worry. If you could hover above it then. Yes, you'd be great. But trying to go through it. That's a whole other story, regardless of what speed you're going. Well for those who don't know those who aren't in the Texas area. Got a bunch of stations in Texas. We have a lot of stations. Elsewhere. Austin basically has one main road that goes to it. It's thirty-five. I don't know why they would have built the capital city of this. Great state and only had one made main road. I guess there's some toll road to get you up to now one thirty or some crap. But and I haven't taken out one. It's eighty so I probably should take it bundled that. Anyway, you know, what I'm saying to Sam so eighty five eighty five why do you why do you know that I don't want to know why you know? I don't know. So I've not gone up there. But it's turned it. Of course, it's also a very far left wing progressive. I guess if you're running for something you go there you speak. It's this political thing. Well, a bunch of the candidates, and I don't know which ones exactly, but a bunch of them ended up showing up Elizabeth Warren and the like and drew a certain amount of crowd. But the biggest crowd by far was Alexandria. 'cause cortes. Now. I know I'm not getting it. Because I keep on asking the question. What's the deal with this? Now, let's let's break this down. What is her history? What do we know about her? She was a bartender. We know that other all of that like bartenders good people. Good work. She has an economics degree from Boston University or something which must be fake because anything she said about the economy is completely. It's almost the opposite of exact opposite of a which real when it comes to the economy. And now she decided when she was at south by southwest in Austin that she would attack Ronald Reagan now, maybe not following closely as I should be. And I know it's only what I do for a living. But when you decide that you want to go after the right, that's fine. You want to attack the president or policies or whatever? I mean, they don't even his policy detecting him. Whatever you wanna say, George W Bush was is that the other okay? But when you decide that you're gonna go after Ronald Reagan. That really does show. How unintelligent you must be. Because there's no argument. Ronald Reagan saved us from the Malays of Jimmy Carter. Ronald Reagan saved us from double digit inflation double digit, unemployment and double digit interest rates for homes features rate. You bought a home in the seventy s you're you're paying eighteen percent. Yeah. I think my percentage is high at like four. So if you're gonna attack Reagan who brought in millions and millions of jobs who brought back nationalism who was instrumental in breaking up the Soviet Union. Tearing down the iron curtain and tearing down the Berlin Wall when you decide that you're going to you're going to choose the president to attack and you decide that's the one. That tells me that in less than two years time, you probably probably be back to tending bar. Now. I don't understand the draw. Why would people and generally speaking Sam the your age, why would people flock to go? See this person. Who is the saying anything intelligent would is the draw because she's about their age. What she what is she twenty nine? I don't get it. Whole any ideas. Why why anybody would want their dying to go see AFC speak? Why she's a disruptor? Yeah. But she's not saying any matter she's gonna attack Reagan. How stupid is that? I mean, she she's still getting her name out there. And that's cool. Just like people who tweet add celebrities and the response or they say something in the early creator funding in the they become viral, whatever thing like that. I'm assuming that that's where that's coming from people like seeing somebody who can do that. Do she's got millions and millions and millions of followers on Twitter, and she doesn't say anything intelligent. Neither do most celebrities. Yeah. But celebrities, the different fingers in it, or or or do you think they're one of the same in this day and age? I think they're one and the same. And then also the fact that she's you know. Not to not the man, but she's definitely, you know, in in government. He's not the man the man in the landlord sense, right? I got to pay them in. I mean, I I guess I hear that. But the people were not flocking to go to her bar where she was tending bar. It's not like, she's you know, she's. The brand new Albert Einstein or something the things that she says make no sense. And yet she's sitting there denigrating Ronald Reagan. And then she said something ridiculous like. The Republicans are the GOP have are continuing their historic attack on Brown people in black people and women that'd be we would what an idiot. How could she not know that it's the Democrats that did segregation slavery lynchings Jim crow? How can they not know? The Democrats started the KKK how many she does. I don't think she does anything to be honest with you. I think everything out of her mouth being put there by somebody else. But having said that what I mean, you're you're saying all this stuff. And you're forgetting I mean look at where we're at right now. Who some of the most popular famous people right now. I don't know Cardi B. Right. And do most of it's all about celebrity, right? And and it's, you know, by being viral, and and being trendy, and and you know, things something that people were going against, but your names out there. Yeah. But I mean, I get that. But but I'm just a simpleton that thinks history matters. I'm just a simpleton the things you should probably really know what Ronald Reagan did before attacking him. I mean and just and just saying Republicans hate Brown. People are stupid. But maybe you're right. Maybe it's effective. And that's my problem. I guess the the the overriding question I have right now is why is that accepted? Why do people listen to that and say, wow, that Reagan really did suck it? He was a racist. Wow. Those Republicans really are attacking the Brown people when none of that's true. And it's never been true in our history. So I I guess that's what perplexes me because history is his story. It's available. It's available to learn about to read about understand. And yet we're ignoring that and listening to the bartender. It is easy. You follow where I'm coming from. I do I think you're assuming that they're being taught things correctly at school. That's the whole pie. You wanna see my property tax Bill? It should be paying enough to teach people correct history. I'm not asking much. I don't think you already know in a lot of these universities. It's not the case. And now it's down to even the high schools. So, of course, they're automatically. They're going to hear those things. And it's like, oh, it's true. Of course. Well, we got to fix it. Got to fix it. Because this just dumb. But but I actually think that she probably has pushed too far this time. How dare she attacked Reagan? That's just going to galvanize. The right. I mean, the people on the right to say are you stupid? It'd be even a bunch of liberals Reagan had union members voting for labor unions. So I mean, even the most liberal person can hearken back thirty years ago and said, well, I voted for him. Would you why are you attacking Reagan? That's kinda dumb. So hopefully, this is going to open her up to even people in the middle saying, all right? Maybe we should stop listening to this person. I hope I doubt it she probably going to get another two million followers today. That's how weird is one eight hundred five it it's one eight eight eight nine four one pags trying to give you the weekend phone number for some reason. Eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. I need to understand what the draw is. And when the left goes after somebody like Reagan have they at that point overplayed their hand, or is that still going to work because people are dumb and don't know who Ronald Reagan was eight eight nine four one pag Joe. Pags dot com. Stay here. This is the Joe pags. Yeah. All right. I'm on a bit of a mission.

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"sousa gill" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"sousa gill" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Lewis NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. This is the joepags show to talk to Joe call eight eight eight nine four one pags. And now he's joepags. Radio stations across the land joepags dot com. Facebook Twitter, Instagram, Email, it's all right there. Also, the live video feed the Joe pags show. Coming your way on Monday. That's a motel Monday come on. That's how we do Harry's off this week. So the ratings should be. Nam. Lots going on. Lots to get to. Polo in San along for the ride. Great. There's a lot going on. We will have the Sousa Gill on our number two cool conversation with us initiative. Souza's daughter who is an activist out there on the conservative right in her own, right? We have a great conversation bubble about AO wise AFC big draw. Same. You've been to this south by south west. Yeah. I have. So is it.

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"sousa gill" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"sousa gill" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"You the millennial director or advisor. Yes. Healthy advisor love having you on. She's a great author. Also, she's making wonderful videos late though, either going check them out and just a an all run smart person. And you know, me I need smart people on my show to sort of even things out for what the host is doing. But let's let's get right into it. I've never been to south by south west. But where I sit right now about forty miles away. I just have never gone. It's not that far from where I from where I sit from where I do my work. I know that it's this really fun music festival. Let's all get together and be the new age hippies. And and we're gonna have a bunch of politicians generally speaking, you're not gonna have any Republicans and conservatives, I'm guessing you or your dad spoke there, I'm guessing because it's not that kind of a festival. Right. So so this past weekend was south by south west money me continuing. Now, I'm not even that up on it and AFC in Alexandria Cossio Cortes shows up and she outdraws every twenty twenty democrat candidate for president. I mean, people flooded to see this woman speaking here this woman speaking, by the way, while she was speaking she was denigrating Ronald Reagan, denigrating capitalism. Denigrating our free enterprise. Let's just start from the start. What is the draw? I don't get it. Well, I know everyone says that people are drawn to keep the yo because she's gone and because she has fresh eighth. I think it also has to do with the fact that she doesn't seem to be part of the democratic establishment. She seems to a committed nowhere and seems to be more focused on policy actually weirdly enough. Even though a lot of things she says don't take to make sense. Like, she wants things to change where a lot of Democrats that are in there seems to just be there. To stay in power or get more power and more committed to some sort of ideas. But here's somebody right fresh face. She she's not ugly. Good looking lady, and that's going to be attractive to young people should getting a lot of young people your age, and the like who are showing up and showing support just because and it's not unlike Obama, except we knew who Obama was and we've exposed this here you've talked about it. Your dad has talked about it. Obama is a smooth talking dude that can read a teleprompter, but is controlled by far left wing, progressive colonialist ideology units of like this country. And how we got here. Alexandria, Kazu Cortez was was serving drinks six months ago. So where does she come from in? I guess a better question might be are not you. But people your age that enthralled just by as you said a fresh face, and a new voice that they don't care what you came from. Because the I don't know where the substance comes from other than handlers again. She and there's nothing wrong. Wrong with bartending, but she was tending bar six months ago. Right. I think that I mean, I guess a lot of people come. We don't know a lot about her past. But I think that it of has to do is shocked down you. Thanks so much for media. Attention has covered. The fact is she says things that just seem so dumb advan. We've become so outraged by it. So we all talk about her all the time. And I think she gets a lot of attention. And so people who are young people are in the middle people who just hear snippets of things probably England. Oh, I really wanna know what she has to say. I'm so curious about her because they just hear about her so often he has followers than people who have been in congress for years. Millions of dollars on Twitter. So I think people are just so drawn to her because we talk about. He's not going to relate to votes is that going to relate to power. I mean, a social media following doesn't necessarily mean that you're going to achieve what you want to achieve and by the way, the the green new deal is stupid. They put up a ridiculous. You know, the facts on it, then they had to take it down to pretend that wasn't the facts when they were the facts, but how did she get to south by southwest H E rider bike? Did she jog there from Washington? I'm guessing a plane. I'm guessing it'd be SUV probably dropped her off a great great point. Right. So here's somebody. She's not walking the walk, right? Right. Yeah. And I think it's crazy that a lot of people don't really put together a young people are so intrigued by her yet eight probably don't think about the fact that she doesn't actually live by the policies that she wants to implement. But I think that if she is around for awhile and here longer and maybe wins reelection or whatever it is. And people probably will start to find out more. But she just so that people are they're just trying to understand what did it say before they're getting intolerant or past and criticizing her and everything, but I don't think she'll be about later. I think a lot more about her past has got to come out. And I think he's gonna open up a lot of is staying yielded Sousa Gill go and follow her at Danielle desouza g on on Twitter. She's a great follow extremely intelligent loved the videos. Love your comments and your tweets. Let's talk about her attacks on Ronald Reagan. Your dad worked with Reagan. And Reagan was in my lifetime by far the best president we've seen and one of the top three or four in our country's history. He turned around a horrible economy. He fixed the the misery index. He put people back to work as as Ben Carson said a few days ago in my show, the he rose the tides and all the boats floated so why would. Would that be the guy that Andrea that Alexandria Cossio Cortes thinks is the right target? You wanna target Trump? I get it. He's an obvious target Bush art he made some mistakes. But Reagan that's the one. An interesting thing that she said, which was that she's anti moderates, and she would shroud. And be like, oh, yeah. She's like doesn't light moderate. So I think she really wanted to go part of the Republican party in criticizing break into really hurts because she's such a radical. She used to such progressive, and she's so committed to her agenda that I think she knows like, okay? Well, anyone to criticize maybe the Iraq war say, oh, Trump said this, and that's bad. I mean, everybody does it all the time. But I think she really wanted to go for Reagan because he loved so much and the fact that she says he's racist. Sonian bursley literally nothing to that comment. So, but of course, the left loves us the race cars. Well. She has an owner handlers have to know that when you attack Reagan you're going to actually galvanize the right? I mean, we're not gonna say, well, she's got a point. Now, she doesn't have a point. There's no point there. Ronald Reagan was the savior, and I don't mean biblical savior. But the savior of our economy and our nationalism. Nobody was waving flags before Reagan. Nobody was proud to be an American before Reagan because Jimmy Carter basically made us all feel guilty in bed. So I think there was a really bad move. It's Daniel desouza Gill follower at Danielle desouza g on Twitter, also on Instagram just putting Daniel g or guilty. I l l and it'll show up. She showed great follow there too. As I'm hearing, her complain what you just said jumped out at me, the left is continuing to say the garbage that historically the right attacks Brown, people and black people and women and minorities, which is patently untrue. As you know, the Democrats are the party of the KKK, segregation lynching, Jim crow in slavery and all this stuff. The Democrats have always been the polarizing party, the separation party, and even did segregation, which is separation and she's continuing to do it. Now when people like her doing that these are the Muslims here. These are the questions here. These are the the blacks here the Browns here the whites there, and she's pretending the rights doing that is the right doing a good enough job. Do you think Danielle in combating what she's saying with truth because you, and I know the truth? She throws out so much garbage. Honestly like impossible to even go through the weeds every day their new tweet. She's putting out on the dealer best or that. So it's tough to really call out everything she says, but she doesn't want just lumping together. She'll just say in a tweet, for example today with HIV is the problem. This is the problem is tweet. And so it's like, what are you saying right now, right? Definitely hurt you of minorities is that. I mean, her description used to be that she was like an intersectional. So she clearly thinks that race cars have higher value than other race car. And so, of course, it's going to be where she goes to criticize someone kiss. That's where her progressive ideology told her to do math. They show wet. It's such an ideal. And again, I hope they will wake up and realize the polarization and the not the Galvez the galvanisation of Americans through the left, and she is just the latest example, it is ideal desouza going follower everywhere. She used the America first action millennial advisor and a great author. And also, a filmmaker I want you to the if you can tell me what your thoughts are as a young person watching congress beg and plead to find some wrongdoing. They're going to impeach impeach on. There was Russian collusion. There's actually proved that there wasn't. So what do you think the mechanisms are that are in place right now with with with these? Idiots that are running these committees. Now in the house of representatives that plan on bringing Eighty-one new people in front of them to try to prove something that seems unprovable. Well, you know, I'm really grain the media. Honestly, I think you know, what I go ahead. Make this report keep doing what you're doing. But the media are the ones that have really amplifying entire thing. You made it seem like Trump excluding with Russia. And literally the American people are so disillusioned with our media. I mean, people on the left on just the media anymore. Not just keep on the right people in the middle. Don't trust the media. And so it's like why is that? If this report comes back where it doesn't show that there's serious evidence that Trump colluded with Russia than I mean, the BDO loses even more credibility. So. I think there's gonna be a big reckoning there the media's been dancing, and and the the patient has been palpable. They've been partying waiting for the Muller report to come out. And you're right. It's probably going to say nothing Danielle. And now they're trying to get ahead of it and say, yeah, we got all these investigations going on in Muller was scared into not saying anything by Trump being that's really going to be the angle, right? I mean, I'm sure that if you dig into someone and every single thing we do they can find something that he has done. Okay. But does that mean he was colluding with Russia? I mean, it's a really extreme claim for them to find evidence that I really highly doubt. I think all the time with the power of the government right now. Like, they can find things on anyone. You are. I mean who knows what they try to concoct about us. So I'm sure that they will want to save face. They're not gonna come out and say, oh, we literally found zero stuff, right? It's probably not gonna be serious evidence colluded Russia, of course, not it's Daniel desouza gilgo follower. Everyone all the social media. Put her first name her last name's end in. It'll it'll pop up. Let me ask you before we have to go get about a minute and a half about college campuses. You're traveling around. You went to Dartmouth with your dad where it was just ridiculous how he was treated how you were treated. But I guess you weren't treated the same way because you're sort of taking the video they were focusing him in recently. You went to another team is what Stanford Embiid. They don't seem to understand the first amendment. They think the first amendment means you've got the right to say, an express yourself, whatever you wanna do as long as you agree with us. If you disagree. It's hate speech and violent speech, right?.

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"sousa gill" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"sousa gill" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"On. We will have the Sousa Gill on our number two cool conversation with initiatives. Souza's daughter was an activist out there on the conservative right in her own, right? We have a great conversation bubble about AO wise ACC big draw. Same. You've been to this south by south west. Yeah. So is it supposed to be about politics or is supposed to be about music, which is supposed to be? It's really just supposed to be about music. It's a big huge music festival. Have you been up there? I have not. Where we sit. It's you know, where you are. It's probably what an hour. Less than that. For me. Including traffic because that's a whole other story. What you see me drive? So you know, it doesn't matter. You can't drive when you can't. Thing for me. I don't really worry. If you could hover above it then. Yes, you'd be great by trying to go through it. That's a whole other story, regardless of what speed you're going for those who don't know those who aren't in the Texas area. A bunch of stations in Texas. We have a lot of stations. Elsewhere. Austin basically has one main road that goes to it thirty five. I don't know why they would have built the capital city of this. Great state and only had one may main road. I guess there's some toll road to get you up there. Now, one thirty or some crap. But I haven't taken that one. It's eighty so I probably should take it from doing that. Anyway, you know, what I'm saying Sam? Eight five five why do you why do you know that? I don't want to know why. So I've not gone up there. But it's turned it. Of course, it's also a very far left wing progressive. I guess if you're running for something you go there you speak. It's this political thing. Well, a bunch of the candidates, and I don't know which ones exactly, but a bunch of them ended up showing up Elizabeth Warren and the like and drew a certain amount of crowd. But the biggest crowd by far was Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Now. I know I'm not getting it. Because I keep on asking the question. What's the deal with this? Now, let's let's break this down. What is her history? What do we know about her? She was bartender know that another all bartenders. Good people doing good work. She has a an economics degree from Boston University or something which must be fake because anything she said about the economy is completely. It's almost the opposite of exact opposite of a which real when it comes to the economy. And now she decided when she was at south by southwest in Austin that she would attack. Ronald reagan. Now, maybe not following closely as I should be. And I know it's only what I do for a living. But when you decide that you want to go after the right, that's fine. You want to attack the president or policies or whatever policy to tackle him? Whatever you wanna say, George W Bush was is that okay? But what you decide that you had to go after Ronald Reagan. That really does show. How unintelligent you must be. Because there's no argument. Ronald Reagan saved us from the Malays of Jimmy Carter. Ronald Reagan saved us from double digit inflation double digit, unemployment and double digit interest rates for homes. Features rate. You bought a home in the seventy s it you're you're paying eighteen percent. I think my percentages high at like four, so if you're gonna attack Reagan who brought in millions and millions of jobs who brought back nationalism who was instrumental in breaking up the Soviet Union. Tearing down the iron curtain and carrying down the Berlin Wall. When you decide that you're gonna you're going to choose a president to attack. A you decide that's the one. That tells me that in less than two years time, you probably probably be back to tending bar. I don't understand the draw. Why would people and generally speaking same the your age, why would people flock to go? See this person who is saying anything intelligent would is the draw because she's about their age. What would she was? She nine. I don't get it. Any ideas? Why she why anybody would want their dying to go see speak. Why she's a disruptor? Yeah. But she's not saying any matter she can attack. Reagan. How stupid is that? I mean, it she she's still getting her name out there. And that's cool. Just like people who tweet at celebrities and get a response or they say something and the creator funny memes, and they get they become viral whatever thing like that. I'm assuming that that's where that's coming from people like seeing somebody who can do that. Does she's got millions and millions and millions of followers on Twitter, and she doesn't say anything intelligent do most celebrities. Give it celebrities the different fingers in it, or or or do you think they're one of the same in this day and age? The same. And then also the fact that she's you know. Not to not the man, but she's definitely, you know, in in government. Not the man the man in the landlord sense, right? I gotta pay the man. I mean, I guess I hear that the people were not flocking to go to her bar where she was tending bar. It's not like, she's, you know, she's the brand new Albert Einstein or something the things that she says make no sense. And yet she's sitting there denigrating Ronald Reagan. And then she said something ridiculous like. The Republicans of the GOP have a are continuing their historic attack on Brown people and black people in women that we would have what an idiot. How could she not know that it's the Democrats that did segregation slavery lynchings Jim crow? How can they not know? The Democrats started the KKK. Maybe she does not only she knows everything to be honest with everything out of her mouth is being put there by somebody else. But having said that what you're saying all this stuff, and you're forgetting them and look at where we're at right now. Who some of the most popular famous people right now. I don't. Right. And the Kardashians. Right. And in most of the all about celebrity, right? And it's you know, about being viral, and and being trendy, and and, you know, saying something that people were going against put your names out there. But I get that. But but I'm just a simpleton that thinks history matters. I'm just a simpleton that things you should probably really know what Ronald Reagan did before attacking him. I mean and just just saying Republicans hate Brown. People are stupid. I mean. But maybe you're right. Maybe it's effective. And that's my problem. I guess the the overriding question I have right now is why is that accepted? Why do people listen to that and say, wow, that Reagan really did suck it? He was a racist. Wow. Those Republicans really are attacking the Brown people when none of that's true. And it's never been shown history. So I I guess that's what perplexes me because history is his story. It's available. It's available to learn about to read about understand. And yet we're ignoring that and listening to the bartender is you follow where I'm coming from. But I think you're assuming that they're being taught things correctly at school. That's the whole pie. You wanna see my property tax Bill? It should be paying enough to teach people correct history. I'm not asking much. I don't think you already know a lot of these universities. That's not the case. And now, it's trickling down. So even the high schools, so of course, they're automatically. They're going to hear those things. And it's like, oh, it's true. Of course. Well, we got to fix it. Got to fix it. Because it's just dumb. But but I actually think that she probably has pushed too far this time. How dare she attack? Reagan. That's just going to galvanize the right people on the right are going to say are you stupid? If you even a bunch of liberals, we Reagan had union members voting for him labor unions. So I mean, even the most liberal person can hearken back thirty years ago and said, well, I voted for him. Why are you tacking Reagan's kind kinda dumb? So hopefully, this is going to open her up to even people in the middle saying, all right? Maybe we should stop listening to this person. I hope I doubt it she probably going to get another two million followers today. That's how weird is one eight hundred five it's one eight eight eight nine four one pags trying to give you the weekend phone number for some reason. Eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. I need to understand what the draw is. And when the left goes after somebody like Reagan have they at that point overplayed their hand, or is that still going to work because people are dumb and don't know who Ronald Reagan was eight eight nine four one pag Joe. Pags dot com. Stay here..

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