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Archbishop: Pelosi will be denied communion over abortion

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Archbishop: Pelosi will be denied communion over abortion

"The conservative Catholic archbishop of San Francisco said Friday that he will no longer allow U.S. House speaker Nancy Pelosi to receive communion because of her support for abortion rights AP correspondent Norman hall reports Archbishop Salvatore cordelia said he sent speaker Pelosi a letter April 7th expressing his concerns after she vowed to codify the Supreme Court's roe versus wade decision establishing a constitutional right to abortion into law Cordell Leone sat Pelosi never responded He said he told Pelosi in the letter that she must either repudiate her support of abortion rights or stop speaking publicly about her Catholic faith Over the past year has been among the most outspoken U.S. bishops advocating that communion be denied to president Joe Biden and other politicians who support abortion rights on Norman

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Enhanced now because we're another week later and we still don't have it Thank you Speaker Pelosi Heather tweet speaker Pelosi going off in a whips meeting about Dems who took down COVID preparedness package last week I am really heated up about this She said representative gloss said that to yesterday He's been talking about this And I on cue another story this morning a new COVID wave might be coming somehow we're not prepared How many times are we going to do this Speaker Pelosi on this one more time So this is nothing to mess with I think we need even more money than they had been the compromise was The Republicans did not want to spend money on COVID and they don't like the state funding So we took some of the state funding only have for the money I was very disappointed I have to be very honest with you Yeah spiritual agnew's ghost on Twitter one of my faves said Americans seem to be acting like they're done with COVID but COVID has not done with us at all The complacency and fatigue from being from being careful is not going to end well I don't know how many times How do we conduct doom get for God's sakes until we Ron clean by the way So there was nothing inevitable about getting 215 million Americans fully vax or schools opened or two thirds of seniors boosted or robust supply of COVID treatments In terms of what we accomplished but this is where was this Where was this crowd Just by the way and I'm not panicking People on Twitter I think this is exactly what this piece is saying It's not about panicking people right It's just about oh for God's sakes Can we learn a lesson from the first 5 waves as doctor redland keeps telling us Pandemic they write in this is that the week pandemic laws aren't meant to last There are new signs the U.S. might emphasize be about to undergo another spike in COVID cases the CDC this week confirmed that wastewater sampling It's about poop so you know I was going to do this.

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Nancy Pelosi Ripped on Twitter for Silencing American Olympic Athletes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | 4 months ago

Nancy Pelosi Ripped on Twitter for Silencing American Olympic Athletes

"With House speaker Nancy Pelosi, who and continuum four yesterday warned U.S. Olympic athletes to be nice, while their in China, cut number four. I would say to our athletes, you're there to compete, do not risk, incurring the anger of the Chinese government, because they are ruthless. I know there is a temptation on the part of some to speak out while they are there. I respect that. But I also worry about what the Chinese government might do to their reputations to their families. Well, we know what the Chinese government is capable of doing right. It kind of leads to the question as to whether or not we should have even set. Our Olympic team to China. Speaker Pelosi got some pushback on Twitter. The question on Twitter, that is trending, and let me just read some of the comments from congressman Richard Hudson from North Carolina for example, speaker Pelosi said people will do what they do when it came to protest and ripping statues down around our cities. Yet won't stand up for the U.S. Olympic athlete speaking out against China. We should always have Americans backs over China, he writes.

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Nancy Pelosi Suppresses Speech Against China for Her Financial Interest

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Nancy Pelosi Suppresses Speech Against China for Her Financial Interest

"Could it be because you and your family made a crap ton of money From doing business deals with the Chinese government could it be that your husband has made an incredible amount of money as her husband and her son have scored big business deals in China You know Nancy Pelosi and this is a fact shifted her China stance as her family scored big cash from Chinese communist companies House speaker Pelosi softened her criticism of Chinese communist regime as her husband and her son were making more money than they never made in their lives This by the way it came out in that new number one bestselling book that's out right now You might want to get your hands on it red handed how American elites get rich helping China win It's also comes as Nancy Pelosi's under fire for stock trading returns made by her and her husband that regularly outperformed the markets Now it appears though her family's businesses opportunity in China have influenced her policy views on Americans America's chief adversary Yeah Pelosi's family has had millions of dollars on the line when it comes to China And the speaker seems to have altered position on China's commerce regime for a policy perspective from a policy perspective that these investments crew and took shape in a big way Remember Pelosi began her career has been a tough on China person And just like today still occasionally rips the Chinese Communist Party for human rights abuses but tells American athletes to shut up about

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New York Post: Schumer’s Daughters Work for Amazon, Facebook as He Holds Power Over Antitrust Bill

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 4 months ago

New York Post: Schumer’s Daughters Work for Amazon, Facebook as He Holds Power Over Antitrust Bill

"New York Post lady a moynahan Schumer's daughter's plural Work for Amazon Facebook As he holds power over antitrust Bill Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is responsible for shepherding antitrust bills that aim to crack down on big tech And both his children are on the payroll of companies the proposal would seek to rein in On the money has learned in the New York Post Jessica Schumer is a registered lobbyist at Amazon According to New York State records Allison Schumer works at Facebook as a product marketing manager I mean so damn corrupt Advocates of the legislation fear that the tech companies ties to Schumer's children could create a conflict of interest people close to the matter told on the money And they say Schumer's familial connection to the tech companies is just the tip of the iceberg When it comes to the cozy relationship some members of Congress have with these firms When you put together the amount of money speaker Pelosi made off tech with the fact that leader Schumer's two kids work for giant tech companies Democrats are going to have a very hard time explaining of major legislation doesn't move forward this session One progressive operative told the post

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Bret Baier Interviews Rep. Liz Cheney on Goals of Jan. 6 Committee

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 5 months ago

Bret Baier Interviews Rep. Liz Cheney on Goals of Jan. 6 Committee

"So last evening Brett Barrett Liz Cheney Liz Cheney will not come on this program And he asked her a couple of questions that I think is very important First cut 15 go But it sounds like congresswoman that the goal of the committee perhaps is to go after Trump's inner circle and prevent the former president from running for president again Is that a fair assessment of the goal No the goal of the committee is what I said We are a committee of Congress Our responsibility is legislative purpose to determine what laws we have in place but additional laws we might need to prevent an attack like that from ever happening again And we need to understand what happened We need to know what members of this body were doing what they were engaged in Of course she's a liar That's not really what she's trying to do Absolute liar for the reason that Bret baier focuses in on next Cut 16 go What about the security failure here The capitol police the architect of the capitol the Senate sergeant of arms have all turned over requested documents to the house administration's committee overlooking the security aspect The house sergeant arms has not Speaker Pelosi has said that the house sergeant of arms requested the National Guard passed a note There are open questions about the speakers involvement and interactions with the sergeant of arms during that time And yet chairman Thompson has announced on your committee that the speaker's office is off limits and that there's no call for those documents for the house charge of arms Why is that if it's designed to prevent something like this from not happening again Well look the committee itself is very focused on that issue We have an entire investigative team focused on the security failures that day focused on the response of

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Pelosi: 'Yes,' IRS 'Tracking' of Bank Accounts Over $600 Still on Table as Opposition Grows

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | 8 months ago

Pelosi: 'Yes,' IRS 'Tracking' of Bank Accounts Over $600 Still on Table as Opposition Grows

"The idea would require banks credit unions and other providers of financial services to track and submit information to the IRS about the total inflows and outflows of every account that features a balance over $600 at any point during the year or with at least that much an annual transactions. Speaker Pelosi was asked about it this week. Yuri, let's play. Can we play the Nancy Pelosi clip? She was asked about this by a reporter and she seems very intent on making sure this is part of the Democrats reconciliation package. Listen to this day, listen to this David. In the build back better build that's been proposed is IRS cracking down on the banks are starting to get calls from customers and they're reporting these calls. They're concerned about its tracking of transactions that is greater than $600. So Americans are starting to be worried about this. Do you think that this paper of getting the IRS more money to check on an unpleasant taxes is going to stay in the reconciliation? Yes, what do you think? Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Well, I mean, with all due respect, the plural of anecdote is not data. I've said that before here. Yes, there are concerns that some people have. But if people are breaking the law and not paying their taxes, one way to track them is through the banking measure. I think 600. That's a negotiation that will go on as to what the amount is. But yes. That is very clear. This is going to happen as far as if they get their way. But David Williams, there's been a tremendous amount of pushback from customers from Americans from the lobbyist with the banks, maybe maybe this is something that doesn't soar through the way the Democrats hope it

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Nation's Top General Reportedly Held Secret Meeting to Cut off Trump From Nukes

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

02:00 min | 9 months ago

Nation's Top General Reportedly Held Secret Meeting to Cut off Trump From Nukes

"So bob woodward's out with a brand new book is he is Roughly weekly this one includes some amazing claims about general milley. The chairman of joint chiefs going outside the chain of command making clandestine contacts with china around the time of the election and the january sixth fracas. Also nancy. Pelosi going not sinned. In the claiming trump was insane and the nuclear codes needed to be taken away from him. Jen griffin did a terrific job. Is she always does on fox news encapsulating some of it. Let's let's go ahead and hit clip. Sixty one multiple pentagon officials tell me that some of the characterizations in the woodward and cost book are quote. Nonsense there was no secret meeting over nuclear procedures or attempt to undermine the president's authority. Here's what we do know. Two days after the capital riot house. Speaker nancy pelosi revealed she called general milley about taking the nuclear football away from president trump to prevent quote an unstable president from initiating military hostilities or or accessing the launch codes and ordering a nuclear strike pentagon officials pushing back on suggestions in the new woodward and cost a book that general milley put himself in the chain of command. I can report from my own conversations at the time with senior military sources. That during that phone call speaker pelosi was distraught following the events in the capital that day and was screaming demanded that general milley take the nuclear football away from the president. Those privy to the phone call told me at the time that general milley tried to reassure her and pushed back and repeatedly said madam speaker. You know i can't do that. You know milley told pelosi. There are lots of checks in the system to trump from going rogue pelosi then told me he's crazy you know he's crazy and remember. This is like right after the capital thing had happened. So she's you know all worked up he's crazy and what he did. Yesterday is further evidence of his craziness policy added referring to the capitol right. According to the book. Miller responded i agree with you on everything

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Manchin to Dems: Pause Social Spending Plan

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:05 min | 9 months ago

Manchin to Dems: Pause Social Spending Plan

"Joined by west virginia. Senator joe manchin senator mentioned. Thanks for joining us this morning. You've called harris george. You've called for a strategic pause and the president's build back better plan three point five trillion dollar plan but party leaders from the president is speaker pelosi to leaders. Schumer have all rejected that call for a pause. Schumer says it's full speed ahead in the senate. It can't pass the senate without your vote where things stand right now. Would your job in very clear. I think i think strategically pauses necessary right now. We have the unknown in the unknown. Is everything you've been talking about. Covert what's going to happen with cova what they'll do to the economy. No one's talking about inflation or debt and we should have that as part of the discussion and then the geopolitical. What's going on around the world and what type type of challenges we face so the unknown is there and we don't know what that's going to going to partake what we do know. Is that basically the need for this. The emergency to do something in the next week is not there We've done five point. Four trillion george over the last year and mud a year and a half five point four trillion law. That money is still going out the door. There's no one going to be left behind for the rest of this year and most of next year. So the urgency. I can't understand why we can't take time deliberate on this and work back in january. You propose spending four trillion dollars on infrastructure. So what changed. We're talking about four. That was about four point five trillion. They had a talking about. Is that what you're talking about what you're saying about five having a having both of those put together and i said from day one. These are two complete different categories. The one we have in front of us right now. It's already passed in a bipartisan way. With nineteen republicans. George is the hardcore infrastructure. The roads bridges internet water sewer all the things that have been neglected for the last thirty years. The president went out and campaigned on this. He went out and sold this thing. We all got behind him. We had a bipartisan deal. And i think it's the greatest thing we could do. That's the one that has the urgent and emergency that we have. Let's get that done it setting over in the house right now.

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Pelosi Faces New Threat From Moderate Democrats Over Budget

NPR News Now

01:03 min | 10 months ago

Pelosi Faces New Threat From Moderate Democrats Over Budget

"Some centrist house democrats are warning speaker. Nancy pelosi they won't vote for a critical budget resolution unless the house first approves an infrastructure bill. Npr's barbara's front reports conflicting ultimatums are threatening to derail. The party's economic agenda speaker. Pelosi is focused on a two track effort to pass both the trillion dollar plus infrastructure bill and a three point five trillion dollar package that includes new spending on childcare family. Leave and climate initiatives. The democratic leader has repeatedly said she'll wait to bring up a vote on the bipartisan infrastructure. Bill until the senate approves the larger social policy package but in a letter to pelosi nine moderate members argue passing the infrastructure. Bill can't wait. progressive members. worried there. Moderate colleagues will pull support for the larger spending package. If the infrastructure bill is already signed because democrats control the house by a very narrow margin pelosi can only afford to lose three democratic votes

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Senate Moving Forward on Biden's $3.5 Trillion 'Human Infrastructure' Plan

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:42 min | 10 months ago

Senate Moving Forward on Biden's $3.5 Trillion 'Human Infrastructure' Plan

"C going for it all. This is a very good day. We have come to an agreement. After all. Long, hard negotiating the stops and starts. We're here. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is the Senate is ready for a final vote on the $1.1 trillion infrastructure plan. But that's not all. Wait. There's more. The Democrats are introducing a $3.5 trillion budget resolution that addresses most of President Biden's a debt agenda. And right now we're looking at the political fight ahead on that, with ABC News contributor Sarah Isgur So Sarah, at least looking at the $1.1 trillion bill a lot of bipartisan support, and some said that that President Biden back when he was saying this could get done was You know, kind of, you know, being whispering in the clouds not realistic, but it looks like it's close to getting done. Finally so we could have up to 18 Plus Republicans voting Yes, at 11 A.m. Today in Washington, D. C, including Mitch McConnell, the Republican minority leader. What makes it all the more impressive is that Donald Trump has repeatedly said that Republicans need to vote against this bill. It gives Joe Biden a win that he didn't get. And he wants them to vote. No. And you have 18 plus Republicans, basically ignoring the former president, which is a an interesting break within the Republican Party. At the same time. Once this bill passes the Senate, it will go to the house where Speaker Pelosi has said She's not going to bring it up for a vote because she wants to see the $3.5 trillion spending deal. Get voted on first. So the bite administration, you know, it's one step forward two steps back. It seems like for his goal of a bipartisan infrastructure deal that he can actually put his signature on well back to these

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House Fails to Extend Eviction Moratorium Ahead of 6-Week Recess

Glenn Beck

00:57 sec | 10 months ago

House Fails to Extend Eviction Moratorium Ahead of 6-Week Recess

"Iverson Evictions Moratorium extension He fails in the House Democrats attempt was objected to by Republicans House Speaker Pelosi. This is really, really so unfair to the landlords, the housing providers, however, they are identified as well as to the renters who will now end up. Hopefully not. Hopefully the money will get out there. No word what happens next? Other than the evictions protection expiring late tomorrow night? House just left for vacation. The Supreme Court ruling bars the executive branch from taking action, but it is not a money issue. The federal government's only spend three billion of more than 46 billion available to help out of work. Americans pay their rent. White House spokesperson Karine Jean Pierre blaming that on the state's This shouldn't be happening. Uh, states should be making sure that these monies are getting out as quickly as possible. It's not clear if states are delaying helping renters or renters don't know how to get the cash. Many could start getting eviction notice. Is this

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McCarthy Derides Kinzinger and Cheney As "Pelosi Republicans"

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

McCarthy Derides Kinzinger and Cheney As "Pelosi Republicans"

"Testimony on the capital riot starts today in Washington. CBS is Linda Kenyon reports. The committee was supposed to be composed of 13 members, eight Democrats and five Republicans. But House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all five of his members after Speaker Pelosi rejected two of them. Even before McCarthy pulled his members. Pelosi had named Republican list Cheney to take one of the Democratic seats and Pelosi later appointed Republican Adam Kinzinger. Their appointments prompted McCarthy to call them Pelosi Republicans, while Cheney and Kinzinger shot back calling

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Sen. Portman Slams Pelosi's Threat to Delay Infrastructure Vote

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:02 min | 10 months ago

Sen. Portman Slams Pelosi's Threat to Delay Infrastructure Vote

"Senator portman thanks for joining us this. Let's start out with that infrastructure deal. You just heard speaker. Pelosi say she's not going to have a vote until reconciliation has also passed by the senate. I off do you expect to reach a deal this week with george. Let me say that. What she has said is entirely counter to what president biden has committed to and what the senate is doing which is a two track process. The infrastructure bill has nothing to do with the reckless tax and spend extravaganza that she's talking about in terms of what reconciliation as she called it so so no. I'm not happy with what she said. Because it's been inconsistent with the agreement that we have on a bipartisan basis. Does that mean we'll end up with nothing on their own. I'm gonna well if she has her way we could. I'm not sure what the future is of reconciliation. I know that the bipartisan infrastructure package is very popular among the american people and in the united states congress because it makes sense. We need it badly. You know forty. Three percent of our roads are in bad or mediocre condition. According to the engineers forty-six thousand bridges or structurally deficient We have ships lining up at portsmouth. Reports aren't efficient enough. Eighty seven percent of the american people. Nick we do it. Bipartisan infrastructure package. It's the right thing to do. Every president in modern times has talked about it. President trump's proposal was for one point five trillion dollars in infrastructure or is about five hundred seventy nine billion over five years so this is the right thing to do. It's been totally bipartisan. From the start. It's the way we ought to be doing things here in washington to get stuff done and i can't believe the speaker of the house would be blocking it. Do you have a deal. We're about ninety percent of the way there. I'm here this weekend working on legislative language with colleagues and with staff. And and i. I feel good about getting done this week. We have one issue outstanding and We're not getting much Response from the democrats on it. It's about mass transit. Our transit numbers very generous. We increased transit in this proposal. We also increased the formula going forward That's that's the one issue outstanding. Frankly at this point my hope is that we'll see progress on that yet. Today

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Pelosi Defends Decision to Reject 2 GOP Lawmakers for Jan. 6 Committee

All In with Chris Hayes

01:54 min | 11 months ago

Pelosi Defends Decision to Reject 2 GOP Lawmakers for Jan. 6 Committee

"Nancy pelosi put an end to the republican effort to disrupt the work of the select committee on january six. Today there's new reporting the speakers adding even more republicans to the already bipartisan investigation. Many hossan and katie hill are here to talk about at all next. You had hundreds of thousands of people i would venture to say. I think it was the largest crowd. I've ever spoken before. It went from that point which is almost at the white house to beyond the washington monument. It was an an wide and But if you could win was a loving crowd too by the way there was a lot of love. I've heard that from everybody. Many many people told me that was a loving gra correspond with president. Donald trump talking to washington post reporters carolina and philip rucker about the loving crowd at the january. Six rally. just before the insurrection. Now more than five hundred people from the said loving crowd who marched the capital and started a riot have been arrested as a massive investigation into what happened. That day continues the house. Select committee is now moving forward. Today speaker pelosi defended her decision to continue without any of the five republicans picked by house. Minority leader kevin mccarthy after she vetoed two of them and he pulled the three. Select committee is bipartisan. And it has a and it will do. The job it sets out to do. Is my responsibility as speaker of the house. To make sure we get to the truth on this and we will not let their antics stand in the way of that. One republican liz cheney wyoming remains on the committee. They're reportedly been discussions about speaker. Pelosi potentially adding others like congressman adam anger of illinois.

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Pelosi Says Jan. 6 Panel to Move Ahead Without GOP's Choices

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Pelosi Says Jan. 6 Panel to Move Ahead Without GOP's Choices

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi says the committee investigating the capital insurrection will move ahead despite the GOP's vowed to boycott the probe pelo see say she will not let Republican antics de rail the pro yesterday she rejected two of GOP leader Kevin McCarthy's picks for the panel trump allies Jim banks ended GM jord the other two made statements and took actions that just made it's ridiculous to put them on such a committee seeking the truth it's unclear if closely will try to appoint other members to the panel McCarthy says it doesn't matter this is a sham committee that's just politically driven by speaker Pelosi he said the GOP may do its own probe though the majority does not have the power to set up committees Sager mag ani Washington

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Pelosi Bars Trump Allies From Jan. 6 Probe; GOP Vows Boycott

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

Pelosi Bars Trump Allies From Jan. 6 Probe; GOP Vows Boycott

"There is more partisan bickering over January's capital riot in the committee investigating what happened house GOP leader Kevin McCarthy tapped five Republicans for the panel speaker Nancy Pelosi is rejecting to trump allies Jim banks and Jim Jordan who each voted to overturn the presidential election results hello see once McCarthy to name replacements instead he's accusing her of an egregious abuse of power and threatening to boycott the panel unless speaker Pelosi reverses course seats all five Republicans we will not participate Democrats have already said the investigation will move ahead with the war without McCarthy's choices pelo see pic eight members including Republican Liz Cheney says McCarthy's trying to block the probe and minority leader has attempted to prevent the American people from understanding what happened Sager make ani Washington

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Sean Hannity Makes Vaccine Stance Very Clear

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:17 min | 11 months ago

Sean Hannity Makes Vaccine Stance Very Clear

"Month is over however many people they exposed to cova tucker. They've let's hope. Expose the american people to the preening peacocking hypocrites that they are because how hypocritical can you be. Let's quickly count the ways. A you know. They flew on a plane. Massless you and i- peons everyone out there watching. We have to wear masks deal when we fly on a plane. That's number one two. They fled their stay. You know they would criticize. They have criticized republicans if they ever employed that same tactic number three they are creeping closer and closer to vaccine passports to show us your papers to prove to me you're vaccinated but they tell us trust us we're all vaccinated and finally as you point out and kevin so reported so well it's a super spreader event well that was a trump rally or athletic event or spring break over the past year everything's a super spreader event except actual super spreader events. He's right but if you're not watching fox news you don't know how these white house speaker pelosi. Staffers got kovin. You think these white these texas democrats are heroes. Jen psaki was asked yesterday. Is that as what do you think about this event. And she said about the texas democrats she said thanks for standing up for voter rights according to the white house to spread coverted. If you're you're protesting voter integrity laws. I guess it's like the black lives matter rallies. It's a right to spread co bid if you're marching around with people shoulder to shoulder in on behalf of racial justice you give people that's okay you just can't do it in the rose garden or a basketball game or football unbelievable. These people are out of their minds. But we're not you in my you and me we're going to fight the good fight together here in the relieffactor dot com studios. Welcome into a wednesday july twenty first episode of the mike gallagher. Show care to comment on what you just heard from. Abc has you noticed. The mainstream media isn't touching the role. These ignorant more. Texas democrats have played in spreading coverted journal white house. Wow let's hope you join me led to get your voice on this one open line. Eight hundred six five five mike. Eight hundred six five five

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Pelosi Names GOP's Cheney to Panel Investigating Jan. 6 Riot

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Pelosi Names GOP's Cheney to Panel Investigating Jan. 6 Riot

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi has named the members of the new select committee on the January capital riot Mississippi Democrat Bennie Thompson will lead the committee we have to get to the bottom of finding out all the things that went wrong on January six there is one Republican on this committee congresswoman Liz Cheney minority leader Kevin McCarthy threatened to strip Republicans of committee assignments if they accepted an appointment to this committee I was shocked that she would accept something from speaker Pelosi it would seem to me is since I didn't hear from her maybe she's closer to her than us I don't know Cheney has directly blamed former president trump for the running it saying he's someone the mob assembled the mob and lit the flame of this attack at Donahue Washington

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"I'm Joe Chiro Fox News. Theeighties cl U is speaking out after those companies cracked down on President Trump's accounts in a statement, a Theo used senior legislative Council Kate Ruin writing. This should concern everyone when companies like Facebook and Twitter will the unchecked power to remove people. From platform that has become indispensable for the speech of billions, especially when political realities make those decisions easier. Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter all have suspended the president's accounts on their platforms after a violent mob, excited by the president's debunked claims of voter fraud stormed the U. S Capitol functions Charles wants, and Twitter's cited the risk of further incitement of violence. For suspending the president's account. Democrats were hoping to introduce articles of impeachment as early as Monday, Speaker Pelosi and others plan to send an article called Incitement of Insurrection. Pelosi says she'll move forward with impeachment if one the president doesn't resign or to the vice president decides not to invoke the 25th amendment to bring the Cabinet on board to remove the president from office. Those two scenarios. Sources tell Fox News are likely not going to happen on should stay with sponge. Some lawmakers believe the best thing the president could do is step down. A passenger jet in Indonesia went missing just minutes after taking off boxes. Ryan Chilcote reports. Traffic controllers lost contact with that Boeing 737 500 with its 62 people on board just four minutes after it took off from Jakarta for what was votes to be a very routine 90 minute long flight. After controllers say they had just been speaking with the pilot, and he has just requested permission to continue his ascent. Fishermen were the first to find debris from the plane. America is listening, Fox News.

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on KCRW

"The first real fine. An enormous trouble was when I saw Security people rush both to Speaker Pelosi into leader foyer and they had that look on their face where this was not a drill, and they just rushed them off the floor. Yeah. Then all the doors were lost on then it was the law. In after that, when there was a lot of mystery, none of us knew what was going out on the outside Capitol Police came to the podium. Never seen that and told us to get the gas mask out. Yeah. People then shot On wondered, Uh and then, uh, Capital Station in fact, And informed us that the capital have been breached in the people were right outside the House chamber. And it was mystifying to all of us because it just seems impregnable. Yes, we were being told that right outside the door. To the entrance of the house. It was being breached. And we were then told to lie on the floor, So everybody got out on the floor under the seats and of the Capitol Police were there through the pistols. And obviously we're in combat ready situation. In urging us to become in urging us to stay low. It's some of the more time passed and then They made a decision that we should evacuate. But it was a very hard fall for them because they were unaware on the inside with us. Who was on the outside. S O. If they opened the door, they were fearful that we would run into some demonstrates. But speaking with I'm so sorry. Interrupt. You just wanted to remind people who were speaking with here. This is Congressman Congressman Peter. Well should Democrat of Vermont on lockdown inside the capital s. So you're saying Congressman they had no point Did you have any interaction with the protesters or you? Do you demon? See them? Well, what I did see it. We were being evacuated to one side of the Capitol and we're all trying to follow in line especially put. I heard that the crashing sound. Of battering against the main entry door to the House floor. And then I saw Capitol police guns drawn, trying to find things that they could It's against the door to hold back the incoming mob. Uh and then the urgency that they displayed on your faces and again all the come strong, telling us to stay low and be on the floor. Uh, he made made it pretty clear that this is no drill. Uh, some time passed and they made the decision to evacuate us as quickly as we possibly could. So you had All these numbers and a lot of press various states of health having to essentially do acrobatics to get over these railings in narrow passageways. And to get out. And they got us all out, and they gotta stop safely in what I am standing right after we got out. Uh, the mob was successful in battering the doors from the blast doors. It's called speaker's lobby and actually came into the house itself. But all of us who were there did manage to get out safely. But it was an astonishing experience that this really is the temple of Democracy, Whether you're an independent Republican. Or a democratic place where Abraham Lincoln served with based or made that were violent. He's foaming. Mm. I actually want to ask you were talking for listeners who are just joining in. We're talking with Peter Welch, Democrat from Vermont. You likely knew coming to the capital today that this would be quite a contentious day..

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Passing system overnight, bringing a light mix very isolated in nature. And then during the day on Tuesday, mostly cloudy with highs in the upper thirties. I'm wish TV storm tracking it, Stephanie meet for 93 Wi be said on the level on the girl long $90 live from the heart buyers and the crossroad. Lives of America. It's Tony Cats today. Speaker Pelosi continues to be Speaker Pelosi. With 216 votes 2016 that's found close to you like Too close for comfort each should to her. It's definitely too close, considering that the Republican Kevin McCarthy got 209 votes. How in the world does that even happen? How did she do so poorly? Well, you had a couple people who decided they weren't going to vote for her. You have one person, both for Tammy Duckworth's Tammy Duckworth's as a senator. By the way, I think they would have Tammy Duckworth's And then your company will not vote. But you only needed the 2 14. She got to 16 and game over and she's the speaker of the house, and she is all about the future. Right there. Our democracy will be reinvigorated by the vibrancy and.

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So, as you know, Speaker Pelosi is taking credit credit for her huge win in the election. Why they think I lead by eight seats. I think that's the that's the lead. I think that that's what they've got going on. Well, she's so proud of this Big, big, big, big lead. This huge keeping of the house that she's now begging members not to take jobs in a potential Biden administration. Tony Katz, Tony Cats today Make sure you go to rumble and subscribe to the podcast Rumble calm. Are you M B? L e. Or you know what Tony Katz is everything. Tony katz dot com. It's just that easy to do. Um she's begging people not to go. People are going because if it's going to be abide administration that's the gig they want. They can always come back and run again. But they have an opportunity here to be a part of the administration. And then I don't know. I assume being part of administration probably means a better Gig in the private sector, right? Right. Like if you ran for Congress, If you were a member of Congress, you win. You're now a member of Congress. How long do you do? That is the shortest time possible Because Congress sucks. That's you, but rational people. But do you do it for for a decade as a Congress person run five times What do you run it or do you do it to terms and then see what kind of private sector gig you can get or what board you could be on and and make a cool half million a year and be done with it, Not because you could just try staying as long as you can. And then once you're forced out, then you the private sector because you could you make good money in Congress for doing pretty much nothing and then you can leave and make really good money for doing pretty much nothing. So you just figured as long as you could get reelected as long as people write the checks, but they might get tiring. I mean, right Having to do that Destroyer politicians. They're in Congress for 40 years. Well, I'm not arguing that Congress should not be a place that you're elected to. When you're 27 you stay in until you die. That's the grift man, right? By the way. That's not my line. That's a line from Evan say it even say it dot com He's terrific. Um I'm not saying that that's the way it should go. But like, if you are a senator to terms, 12 years, that's enough. I am now if you're not gonna run for president after that, like you're like I'm good. Right? Look how rich they get when they're in Senate debate like Bernie Sanders has, like four houses. Let me tell you the The, uh The socialism works Well for Bernie Socialism working well for Councilor Cortese. No wonder they're Socialists. I had someone discussing me the other day saying that you know when I was talking about fascism is a tool, right? I discuss fascism as a tool and something you came up with this idea. I'm just Somebody who describes to it that fascism isn't actually something on the political spectrum. It's a tool utilized by people on the political spectrum. I was talking about the Nazis and the Nazis being the national socialist. Their argument was was that they weren't socialist in any way we would think of socialist. They hated the Communists, and they allowed some levels of capitalism. First of all the only capitalism they would allow. Stuff they could easily controls. That's an actual capitalism. Yes, they did hate the Communist. But to say that they weren't Socialists is indeed untrue. But the interesting thing about socialism and offend tastic article I should post it. On by Willett's this idea that the socialism conversation has changed throughout history because no one can effectively make it work. And when it doesn't work again and again, then again, then again, then again, then again, then again. Well, they come up with different ways to kind of phrase it well, you see, they didn't do it, right. What you really need to do is well, you see, that wasn't real socialism. What needs to happen is And now like in China over, they'll talk about state run capitalism. No such thing. There's no such thing late stage capitalism, no such thing. There's capitalism. Everything else is a bastardization. Socialism. They keep changing it. And what's the new one? Democratic Socialism I put forth to you. There is no such thing. It's wordplay. It is masturbatory fantasy. It's socialism. It is what it is what it is, and that socialism is absolutely fracturing, fracturing the Democratic Party. That you know, the Republicans are gonna have to figure out life post Donald Trump one way or another. They have to figure that out. And then they have to figure out how they run for office. They're gonna figure out how they engage with those things, right? They're gonna figure out how they talk to the pot. There's how they fight Democrats on legislation. They're going to have to figure out how they build out this. This fighting concept, I'm gonna get into the fighting concept. Republicans have a lot to work out. The Democrats are fractured. Fractured first You've got the Democrats who recognize that this progressivism talk absolutely destroyed them in this election, and if they keep it up their words, not mine that they will get blanking destroyed. Liking destroyed. That's their words. Then you have well. They may have kept the house. But Pelosi is very worried about people leaving for a possible by an administration. One of those people is Cedric Richmond, Democrat from Louisiana. Guy who could run for president one day by the way. He's gonna join Joe Biden in the office of Public Engagement. I don't even know what that is. But okay. Progressives are infuriated. You see, Pelosi doesn't want him to leave because she doesn't want to have to be filling seats, and I'm not sure in Louisiana. If the governor there is a Democrat gets to just fill the seat, or if there's a special election. How that goes, it might be different for senators and members of Congress. But the progressives are unhappy because this guy took $341,000 from donors in the oil and gas industry. They don't want anybody they view is impure. Near Biden..

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Speaker Pelosi it never happened no they didn't she's lying and she got away with it thanks Chris great job here's your forecast it was just a week ago we were waking up to severe weather in the south with some deadly tornadoes in fact more than seventy five over a twenty four hour period we have more severe weather erupting in the south this morning from Louisiana to Georgia look for a narrow band of intense rainfall the possibility of hail and high winds for the desert southwest we're clear today most of Texas dry after some thunderstorms rolled through portions of the state yesterday the California coast along with Washington and Oregon will be tried today look for cloudy conditions in the northeast and rain developing from Boston hi fifty three New York City rain fifty seven clearing out in Pittsburgh the high fifty seven of course that rain shifting eastward St Louis sunny sixty five after some rain yesterday Dallas mostly sunny seventy six there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout coming down to only use case is breaking new inside's story to get our country as soon as we can depend on it every day what happens next making progress happens here we will one oh five point nine W. M. A. L. do you feel hopeless and withdrawn from work or your family do you feel as if you're a burden to everyone around you or there's just no reason to live if these.

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Get the chance to vote for that. Do you agree with him. That there'd be value. Hearing from Mr Bolton for the first time under oath on this well I would defer to the Senate this is obviously the Senate's perogatives and that's why the impeachment articles should have been sent over to the Senate and then whatever they decide to do is completely up to them. I think hearing from witnesses and primarily should have been done in the house and had more of these fact witnesses presented and pursued That's why you're you're getting the results you're seeing right now and guards rush to judgment in the House that now is causing some problems in the Senate I hear you on that and that sounds reasonable. Maybe getting earlier testimony would be even better do you. Then hold the White House responsible for that. Because on many key witnesses as you know the reason they weren't hurt in the house is they were blocked. Well and that's why you go to court. And that's why we have a separation of powers where the judicial branch gets brought into the matter and resolve disputes on. who gets called in who has executive the free privilege who does not? And that's why we need deal with something like impeachment. It should not have been handled the way it was handled in the house. But now the die is cast and they'll have to deal with it in the Senate. I WANNA get multiple topics. I guess my last point on this my last question would be if there are zero. Witnesses in the Senate trial. Do you think that would be acceptable. Many pointed out that would be the first to actually do an impeachment trial of any kind without any such witnesses. Well I think the lessons of history you know when this was pursued before usually at the Justice Department doing investigation independent counsel doing an investigation. So this being a first in the Senate.

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Other embassies and those were planned. Why can't we reveal that to the the American people wouldn't that help your case? I can reveal that I believe it would have been four embassies that was Friday. Donald Trump talking about four embassies now this weekend. His Secretary of defense and this is risky in any job. stood up and said hey what the president said. He can't corroborate it so for the president. Say there was a tangible He didn't say specific piece of evidence. What he says he probably he believes one? I didn't see one with regard the four embassies what I'm saying is I share the president's view that probably my expectation was they were GonNa go after our embassies fact check meantime to officials saying there were only only quote vague intelligence about the plots against a single embassy in Baghdad. Neither officials saying there were threats against multiple embassies five sources till NBC. DONALD TRUMP AUTHORIZE SALAMIS killing seven months ago in June while senior officials. Also Tell The New York Times. This whole thing was a mistake for the secretary of State Pompeo to ever use the word imminent which has national security and legal significance POMPEII. Oh days after the strike pressed on what he meant is what the attacks he. It was putting together so eminent and so big it would have been seen as that kind of negligence made the right. Decision was the justification than that. He's been this destabilizing force in the region for so long. What was the justification this imminent threat chuck? It's it's never one thing it went on like that. We're only showing you a brief highlights or according to many critics lowlights as the president having braved through this crisis and reach some point of de escalation now as a national security team team that is literally fact checking him when we come back. We'll speak to someone.

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Dig into as promise our special special report on a man. Donald trump wants called quote absolute disaster Chief Justice John Roberts and his pivotal role in this trial later Rudy Giuliani out with a new televised offensive. His client and as he faces investigation only on the beat. Tonight you will see the former southern district of New York. US Attorney David. Kelly joined us and all that and trump's age undercutting him on Iran. We have all that ahead. I'm already watching the beat on. MSNBC TOMORROW's Speaker Pelosi's meeting with Democrats teeing up a trial of Donald Trump. That could begin as soon as this week. And then trump's vertical it will depend on those one hundred senators who take the oath just as they did in the Bill Clinton trial but there is one other figure with special powers over how this trial runs because the person who typically typically presides over the Senate. The vice president is removed during an impeachment trial. Given the obvious conflict of interest. The vice president would literally take office if a president were convicted. So instead the chief justice shall preside over impeachment trials a role so important it's actually the constitutions only reference to the chief justice and that means this trial will be run by John Roberts a conservative Bush appointee who trump blasted on the campaign trail justice. Roberts turned turned out to be an absolute disaster. He turned out to be an absolute disaster because he gave us Obamacare Roberts votes with conservatives most of the time but trump seized on his is high profile vote in that obamacare case to appeal to Republicans who wanted a different result. Supreme Court justice is often try to avoid politics with a sudden change for any of them to be thrust right into a battle over whether to keep or evict the sitting president former chief. Justice Rehnquist presided over the last impeachment in trial. He often seemed uncomfortable with the new attention he laid low. He took cues from the Senate parliamentarian and on a black robe emblazoned with gold stripes in March two a character from a Gilbert and Sullivan Operetta which he would later reference in a letter noting that in that big role overseeing the trial he did nothing in particular particular and did it very well fair enough but even doing nothing can be harder than it looks when you add political fireworks and live TV coverage on every channel. That's something John Roberts may have in mind as he prepares to take up the same task as his former boss. Roberts interestingly clerked for Rehnquist once upon a time and his last foray in a big televised events wearing and President Obama for the first time he was facing a large in-person audience a large national and global global audience and Roberts flood the wording of the oath in the constitution. Barack Obama took the oath administered by chief. Justice John Roberts Roberts here you have the perpetual a student John Roberts. The chief justice went without notes. Guys never made a mistake in public before and he thought he he could administer the oath by memory and actually got the oath wrong now in total fairness. Anybody could make this kind of mistake. The constitution's text says faithfully execute the office of the president. Roberts moved the word faithfully later. brockway.

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Neil Kochav and now we turn here in New York to former federal prosecutor. A Bear Burger. Who has been watching along? We've seen some of your colleagues there. I want to pick up on the point from Mr Cacho. which which is you could walk in that room? First of all the most common form a profession of members of Congress is lawyer for good reason. Lawmaker but you walk in that room even if you haven't practiced law in twenty years you have other other ideas and you see the chief justice and you think about what you're doing and at least from our reporting in the Clinton case and other examples even all the way back to Nixon we've heard from multiple members of Congress in both parties that jolts you so. What do you expect if this starts whether it's the end of this week or next week when they walk in that in that Senate floor? I think that's exactly exactly right and and I think it important distinction about a usual preceding in front. Hi Everyone Steve Kornacki here host of the podcast article two inside impeachment. It is official president. Donald Trump has been impeached by the House of Representatives and faces a trial in the Senate. We've witnessed incredibly historic moment. So what does it mean for. Russ for our politics in our country. Will the politics of impeachment change. What can the lessons of past impeachments teach us about the future of this process? I answer these questions and more article two inside impeachment search now wherever you're listening and subscribe. Thanks for listening to the senators and this will be as the senators are going to be. Hey It's Chris Hayes as you know sometimes it's good to just take a step back from the day-to-day onslaught of news and take a broader. Look at the issues. That's what I'm doing each week. My podcast why is this happening. They were exploring topics ranging from school segregation to climate change. Well the way that I think of it is climate change will be to the twenty th century what maternity west of the nineteenth century. It'll be the central subject of questions about economic justice. Everything you care about in the world will be affected by climate and digging deep with guests uniquely qualified to analyze issues from mass incarceration therese relations as you know for the first time in our history at the national level whites are on the verge of losing their majority status in twenty years. And I think it's no coincidence that that are politics are getting more tribal. Join me for. Why is this happening? New episodes every Tuesday. Wherever you get your podcasts actually silent so they are from better I members of the jury but they're also the court themselves so at least if we could expect this precedent to be what it was in the Clinton trial? They'll have to submit written questions if they have questions. They're not going to be sitting there or rating. For long periods of time they will be taking it in sitting as irs and for the most part being silent and so this this is the same messaging. We see in opening arguments in a real courtroom where you're speaking to jurors so even if you're GONNA get to more complex matters like like all the elements of a crime or what the person's mental say was you start big and everyone remembers that and closing arguments. You end big speaker. Pelosi was leaning a little bit into that and trying take something that I don't think everyone's thinking about dismissal. What does that mean and really trying to frame that? Take a listen to Speaker Pelosi on. ABC about this trump idea of immediate media dismissal. He signed on Thursday to a resolution to dismiss.

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Neil Kochav and now we turn here in New York to former federal prosecutor. A Bear Burger. Who has been watching along? We've seen some of your colleagues there. I want to pick up on the point from Mr Cacho. which which is you could walk in that room? First of all the most common form a profession of members of Congress is lawyer for good reason. Lawmaker but you walk in that room even if you haven't practiced law in twenty years you have other other ideas and you see the chief justice and you think about what you're doing and at least from our reporting in the Clinton case and other examples even all the way back to Nixon we've heard from multiple members of Congress in both parties that jolts you so. What do you expect if this starts whether it's the end of this week or next week when they walk in that in that Senate floor? I think that's exactly exactly right and and I think it important distinction about a usual preceding in front. Hi Everyone Steve Kornacki here host of the podcast article two inside impeachment. It is official president. Donald Trump has been impeached by the House of Representatives and faces a trial in the Senate. We've witnessed incredibly historic moment. So what does it mean for. Russ for our politics in our country. Will the politics of impeachment change. What can the lessons of past impeachments teach us about the future of this process? I answer these questions and more article two inside impeachment search now wherever you're listening and subscribe. Thanks for listening to the senators and this will be as the senators are going to be. Hey It's Chris Hayes as you know sometimes it's good to just take a step back from the day-to-day onslaught of news and take a broader. Look at the issues. That's what I'm doing each week. My podcast why is this happening. They were exploring topics ranging from school segregation to climate change. Well the way that I think of it is climate change will be to the twenty th century what maternity west of the nineteenth century. It'll be the central subject of questions about economic justice. Everything you care about in the world will be affected by climate and digging deep with guests uniquely qualified to analyze issues from mass incarceration therese relations as you know for the first time in our history at the national level whites are on the verge of losing their majority status in twenty years. And I think it's no coincidence that that are politics are getting more tribal. Join me for. Why is this happening? New episodes every Tuesday. Wherever you get your podcasts actually silent so they are from better I members of the jury but they're also the court themselves so at least if we could expect this precedent to be what it was in the Clinton trial? They'll have to submit written questions if they have questions. They're not going to be sitting there or rating. For long periods of time they will be taking it in sitting as irs and for the most part being silent and so this this is the same messaging. We see in opening arguments in a real courtroom where you're speaking to jurors so even if you're GONNA get to more complex matters like like all the elements of a crime or what the person's mental say was you start big and everyone remembers that and closing arguments. You end big speaker. Pelosi was leaning a little bit into that and trying take something that I don't think everyone's thinking about dismissal. What does that mean and really trying to frame that? Take a listen to Speaker Pelosi on. ABC about this trump idea of immediate media dismissal. He signed on Thursday to a resolution to dismiss.

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"The American people their voice in selecting the next president is it in the United States of America. These are serious allegations. They deserve a four airing before the American people. That's a reasonable proposition of what the president is running and hiding hiding from the truth because we believe that the more evidence that is presented the clearer it will be the American people that he is as guilty as Sin Neil. The speaker has also spoken about the value of controlling the time line. Mr Bolton only spoke out in the in this period between clean handing off to the Senate you and other scholars have written about some of the value of that. I'm curious what you think of the New York Times reporting about the fact that once McConnell gets it this might be very fast star especially with the Iowa caucus in early February in the times noting that unlike the prosecutors who made the case against President Clinton Twenty one years ago these new prosecutors prosecutors or house managers won't have the benefit of a two week holiday break to prepare their arguments or strategies centre. Of course who's WHO's did that role as a Republican events that I don't want to give them any advice but I guess I can say it's going to be a lot more work than you think both with regard to the timing and just the Gargantuan Gansu task of making this case as a trial mode which is different than some of the hearings. We've seen you as one of the people that is most known for your trial advocacy. The President Obama literally selected you to do that for the biggest cases in the country. What what insights you have and unlike much better what advice would you give? Yeah so I think. The Republicans are hoping for some sort of quick dismissal or some sort of show trial but it just don't think that's going to happen. I think the American people seventy percent of them want witnesses including thirty nine percent of Republicans And so I think that number is only going to grow as the factual case built else and so I don't expect the Democrats are going to be too worried about this. Taking a lot of time it should take a Lotta time Maury. We're talking about this placing the president of the United States because he tried to cheat and win an election and so I expect them to take their time. Expect them to lay out the case methodically and the case is is a very very strong one and I think as long as the American people actually watch the evidence. I think that I think that there is a very strong chance that lots lots of people will vote at the end of the day to convict the president. But let me press you a little more on on what. I'm getting because I think viewers will be interested in it from you which is how would you tell the house. Managers to present politicians as we know are accustomed to a certain speaking style and being diplomatic or we might say and I hate to say it with Congressman Jeffrey. Obviously I'll exclude him. But sometimes ball. hogging adhering sometimes looking for certain moments but in all seriousness. If you're going to do the job well in the Senate trial you really focused on the hundred Senate jurors in in that room right. Yeah exactly but to hear you do have something really unique. which is you have two very capable lawyers? Who are the heads of the judiciary Intel Committees Adam Schefter and Jerry Nadler? So they're already. I think accustomed particularly shift who was a federal prosecutor at laying out and doing this in a way that I think both grabs the attention of the senators ars but also of the American people but at the end of the day. This isn't about the actress is just about the truth. All these two have to do or whoever is selected from house management committee is just just sit there and actually present. What the evidence because the evidence is so damning? It's so overwhelming that I think there will only be one conclusion at the end and then the last thing I'd say is this isn't a trial with just one hundred senators. This is a trial presided over. by Chief Justice Roberts chief justice of the United States. And I think he's GonNa Orland Decorum and solemnity to the proceedings. Indeed also may just want to be there to try and make sure that some truth emerges right witnesses do come forward to your point that people may walk into the room with one idea and then see that and feel it and it changes. It's not just another day in Congress. It's a great point. We have more on Robert Site. I have to give of course. A final word to Congressman Jeffries as I said clearly you're not like all the other politicians not only because you're you're in the segment but also because you're I'm from Brooklyn shoutout to Brooklyn so we give you a final word..

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"The American people their voice in selecting the next president is it in the United States of America. These are serious allegations. They deserve a four airing before the American people. That's a reasonable proposition of what the president is running and hiding hiding from the truth because we believe that the more evidence that is presented the clearer it will be the American people that he is as guilty as Sin Neil. The speaker has also spoken about the value of controlling the time line. Mr Bolton only spoke out in the in this period between clean handing off to the Senate you and other scholars have written about some of the value of that. I'm curious what you think of the New York Times reporting about the fact that once McConnell gets it this might be very fast star especially with the Iowa caucus in early February in the times noting that unlike the prosecutors who made the case against President Clinton Twenty one years ago these new prosecutors prosecutors or house managers won't have the benefit of a two week holiday break to prepare their arguments or strategies centre. Of course who's WHO's did that role as a Republican events that I don't want to give them any advice but I guess I can say it's going to be a lot more work than you think both with regard to the timing and just the Gargantuan Gansu task of making this case as a trial mode which is different than some of the hearings. We've seen you as one of the people that is most known for your trial advocacy. The President Obama literally selected you to do that for the biggest cases in the country. What what insights you have and unlike much better what advice would you give? Yeah so I think. The Republicans are hoping for some sort of quick dismissal or some sort of show trial but it just don't think that's going to happen. I think the American people seventy percent of them want witnesses including thirty nine percent of Republicans And so I think that number is only going to grow as the factual case built else and so I don't expect the Democrats are going to be too worried about this. Taking a lot of time it should take a Lotta time Maury. We're talking about this placing the president of the United States because he tried to cheat and win an election and so I expect them to take their time. Expect them to lay out the case methodically and the case is is a very very strong one and I think as long as the American people actually watch the evidence. I think that I think that there is a very strong chance that lots lots of people will vote at the end of the day to convict the president. But let me press you a little more on on what. I'm getting because I think viewers will be interested in it from you which is how would you tell the house. Managers to present politicians as we know are accustomed to a certain speaking style and being diplomatic or we might say and I hate to say it with Congressman Jeffrey. Obviously I'll exclude him. But sometimes ball. hogging adhering sometimes looking for certain moments but in all seriousness. If you're going to do the job well in the Senate trial you really focused on the hundred Senate jurors in in that room right. Yeah exactly but to hear you do have something really unique. which is you have two very capable lawyers? Who are the heads of the judiciary Intel Committees Adam Schefter and Jerry Nadler? So they're already. I think accustomed particularly shift who was a federal prosecutor at laying out and doing this in a way that I think both grabs the attention of the senators ars but also of the American people but at the end of the day. This isn't about the actress is just about the truth. All these two have to do or whoever is selected from house management committee is just just sit there and actually present. What the evidence because the evidence is so damning? It's so overwhelming that I think there will only be one conclusion at the end and then the last thing I'd say is this isn't a trial with just one hundred senators. This is a trial presided over. by Chief Justice Roberts chief justice of the United States. And I think he's GonNa Orland Decorum and solemnity to the proceedings. Indeed also may just want to be there to try and make sure that some truth emerges right witnesses do come forward to your point that people may walk into the room with one idea and then see that and feel it and it changes. It's not just another day in Congress. It's a great point. We have more on Robert Site. I have to give of course. A final word to Congressman Jeffries as I said clearly you're not like all the other politicians not only because you're you're in the segment but also because you're I'm from Brooklyn shoutout to Brooklyn so we give you a final word..

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Speaker Pelosi said that she's not gonna cut the down payment on the wall. Downtown. Look, I'm not going to negotiate in the press. But we've laid out a proposal of not not what we want. It's what the people in the professionals at the border have said that they need in order to do their jobs, and that's what the president wants to see happen. And we're going to work to get there. One way or another. The president has already Sarah, Sarah. What the president has. As the president did the president get any reaction, Sarah to my Roger stone. And then a follow up with regards to the government shutdown. Now the question I was asking what the president at the time guys to settle down. First of all to address your question. Kevin. I think the biggest takeaway that we have is is what I just said. This doesn't have anything to do with the president doesn't have anything to do with the White House. One question that I would be interested to see is if these same standards apply the charges that have been brought our about false testimony, those same standards will be applied to people who we know have given false testimony and the same matter Komi and Clapper and Clinton and others that are in a similar position to be interested to see how that plays out. My question. I'm sorry. So he has tweeted in east reported Roger stone is in his defiance of the special counsel. So the logical question really is was the president encouraging. If you will both statements obstruction things that are charging the indict that is probably one of the more ridiculous and insulting questions to accuse the president of the United States of asking someone to break the law. That is. Frankly, it's just insulting. It's just not true. What is the objective and the strategy of the administration going forward after acknowledging one glider? I'm sorry. What was the last part? What is the objective and strategy of the administration going forward after you acknowledge one? Why Bentley look we are supporting the national assembly we'd like to see some sense of order in Venezuela. And we'll see how things play out we're thankful for the other countries. That have followed our lead and joined us and supporting the national..

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"That Nancy Pelosi is concerned about she was clearly efforting brinksmanship and trolling him. Frankly, he's he had to do something to appear dominant because that's usually with these exchanges are about for him. And he was returning fire. I do think that this is going to become a a messy back and forth. We're well past the point where the president is listening to people around him who are concerned about him appearing presidential is he has shattered norms over and over. They have said to him. You are now in your re-election window, you know, assuming that he does run for reelection. This is going to be the kind of politics you're going to see over and over again, it is how he won who is he listening to in the White House mostly himself. He has you know, his son in law. He has his daughter. He does listen to his chief of staff. He does listen to Kelly. Conway. He does listen to Sarah Sanders. But you know, he is increasingly guided by what he wants to do. And remember there are very few people in the White House left. There is a lot that has been boiled down. And you have a very small core group, many of whom not all, but many of whom share his impulses agree with his impulses, or at least don't wanna try to regulate his behavior the way, John Kellyanne Ryan's previous attempted to there's no point. They don't they don't see the effort. And so I don't think there was a ton of trying to hold him back here. I think yesterday they were very surprised by Nancy Pelosi did and they went quiet, but as they sometimes do when they don't know how to respond. We're trying to figure out how we're trying to figure out what to do. What was I what I think was silly was how much how many White House aides were saying, oh, he wasn't bothered by this. He didn't think about it. He of course, Sol of the coverage, you know, last night and all day today as he always does and saw that it was going in Nancy Pelosi's favor. It seemed at least in the coverage and that bothered him. So he had to get back Edlow Kirby. And you're familiar. With how these trips work. Was it a good idea for speaker Pelosi to be going government shutdown the first place? What do you make of what the president did? Well, look as a veteran. I far prefer see both sides put in a room somewhere with the box of doughnuts and not come out until they've solved this shutdown. I think it's just a bomber with without. We got coast guardsmen protecting our maritime borders, and we have more maritime borders than we do terrestrial ones without getting paid. And I think that's just a that's disgraceful for the country. So frankly, I would far prefer everybody stay in town and get this solve that said these codes are serious business. I've accompanied several I've helped host some of them on the other end, they do a lot of work. It's important for them to do this the ever, right and a responsibility to talk to troops and commanders on the ground figure out what what's going on and to help help the devise the policy going forward. Right saying, this isn't just some sort of junket that politicians are talking. Now, it's insulting to call. It code L and excursion I've seen them at work. This is serious business. And it was and I have no problem with the fact that she'd want to go to. Afghanistan and talk to our leaders about what's going on the president just a couple of weeks ago. Anderson decided to cut the troops in half enough ghanistan with no other statement about what the strategy was going to be or how the strategy that was in existence was going to change. This is serious business, and it directly affects our national security. So I don't have a problem intrinsically with her leading code Elta Afghanistan. I would prefer though that the the policymakers stay in town and fix the shutdown. It isn't Jamaica did the president. I assume it was the president chose to cancel the trip of some of his his secretaries to to to vote. I mean, I think that they felt that they had to I think initially they were going to keep on track with that. Remember Davis has gotten scaled down. They had said weeks ago to be fair to the White House. They had made clear many weeks ago. The president himself was very unlikely to go..

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Care. He had no problems bringing those bills and on not to mention changing the rule. So that it would take only a bare majority of senators to put supreme court justices on the court. So he has used as part time. And again, why can't he use it to help eight hundred thousand people who are working with many of them without any paychecks. So the ripple effect of all of this harm. The from. This train wreck though is started by Donald Trump. Who said, oh, yeah. I'll take responsibility for it. But of course, not understanding you blaming the president of Ford. In fact, the president said he would carry the mantel of the shutdown to speaker Pelosi share any of the blame as well. I mean, she's claiming security concerns based on the shutdown for saying that president shouldn't do the state of the union. But I mean, that's a little hard to believe Aniston. Frankly, I think that we should get our sites back on who can end the shutdown. So this back and forth said, well, you know, what I don't think the president should be giving a state of the state state of the union speech. So that he can for forty five minutes carrying on about all the things he's done and time when they don't miss down. We should be focusing on reopening the government who can do that the president forget that and Mitch McConnell. That's why the people of our country are awakening to that responsibility. That Mitch is running away from. And there are billboards now in his own state say where are you Mitch do your job Senator Lindsey Graham, your Republican colleague tweeted today, saying one sophomoric response does not deserve another. He says he doesn't like what the president did. But he doesn't like what the speaker did either. I mean, so I don't want to spend a lot of time arguing about that back and forth. I want to be focused like a laser being on who can end the shutdown who has the power to do that who should have the will to do that. And that is Mitch McConnell, and he's not doing it. If speaker Pelosi though, had gone to Afghanistan, it was a five day trip wouldn't have that. Have it delayed any possibility of ending the shutdown for at least five more day? You know, when we have these trips said having gone to have ghanistan and Iraq, and China, and all these places it's a lot of work. And I know she was going there to meet with our troops to see that their needs are being met. And of course, to go to Brussels and reassure allies that there are many of us who think that getting out of NATO would be actually very detrimental to our national security. But this set that aside really the person who could end this. Do you think that she would go on a trip? It has Mitch McConnell said I am going to bring the Senate the bills that we already. Passed in the Senate and passed by the house. I will bring these bills to the floor. Do you think she would go on your nobody would be going anywhere? We would all be here voting for that that legislation to open government. There's no question in my mind sort of Hirono appreciate your time. Thank you very much now on the Trump Pelosi, standoff, the policy implications. What drives the two personalities involved President Trump is, you know, probably by now has been described as a counterpuncher as for speaker Pelosi. She seems to be writing space inside the president's head of the moment here to talk about his New York Times White House correspondent and political analyst make Haberman retired navy Rear Admiral and former Obama era Pentagon and State Department. Spokesman John Kirby, mega certainly covered. The president of longtime. Does this move? I mean, it seems straight out of his playbook stranded of his playbook. It's actually straight out of the New York political playbook. This reminds me very much of the kind of thing we would have seen mayor Rudy Giuliani do as opposed to current lawyer to the president Rudy Giuliani. This is a former smashmouth politics that Donald Trump lived in for a long time if not practicing himself it was. Very predictable. The problem is it's different when you're president doing it. And I think it risks for him coming off as petty. There is no question that what you said about how it is a little hard to believe are actual security concerns related to his speeches state of the union speech..

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"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"speaker pelosi" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Broadcast for Thursday night. So Kelsey, this is your beat specifically how fraud is this as the president figures out how to deal with a person familiar to him just not in this title. Nancy Pelosi is now speaker Pelosi yet, this is the possibly the strangest shutdown that I have ever covered. Because typically when we're at a situation where they are at an impasse. There's these efforts scurrying around the capital, the principles are meeting their staff or meeting, but this time it just feels really different because both sides are really dug in you heard Pelosi say that the wall is an immortality. And I think that is a really really important thing to hear when you're thinking about where Democrats are on this because when you're talking about a word like morality, it's very different than just say a policy platform or a political space is baking. A core. Belief about who Democrats believe themselves to be I think the president might not be hearing that word and might not be realizing how much it makes it difficult for Democrats to move on this. And like you said there are these two Republicans who are breaking in the Senate, which does put some pressure on McConnell, but McConnell doesn't want to be embarrassed. And pass another Bill that the president won't sign. So we're at this impasse that I can't really see where they find out for themselves. So Peter there was the president flanked by federal employees. What was that thing in the briefing room today? The all call went out from Sarah Huckabee Sanders, we were told it was going to be a briefing, which usually indicates questions and answers press secretary came out and introduced, and I'm quoting here are very great president, Donald J Trump, Peter what was that? Well, it's a way of president getting in on Nancy Pelosi's day a little bit getting trying to reframe the debate. The Democrats, of course, had a day of images of them taking office. And children up on the podium, and so forth and pledging to reopen the government he wanted to get back in the conversation. His point which is at this wall is necessary in his viewed as secure the country these people behind him, a member of the border patrol unions that have supported him politically in the past support his policy proposal on the wall. And he wanted to kind of get his point into the conversation a little bit. So Sam anything that you can read any signal pointing that the deal could be brokered here. In fact, just the opposite. Every everything you read suggests that this could go on a lot longer than a lot of people are willing to come to grips with at this point usually shutdowns are solved in one of two ways. Short-term punt in which you just agree to continue to go shading months weeks from now or you try to negotiate some sort of bigger term package in each case. The past Ford seem pretty fraud. No one wants to short-term punt after Trump, basically said. He he was taking it too hard from conservative talk radio and had to get border wall funding in any deal. So that seems like an avenue that can't move forward. And then on the big term deal. The problem we have here is that the contras of negotiation, which would essentially be a big investment in wall funding or border security and exchange for some sort of comprehensive immigration reform measures that have been tried in the past, but the deal fell apart because of variety of reasons most notably because the White House is more hardline immigration advocates wanted to insert more hardline measures into the DO. So with both those avenues closed, it really becomes difficult to see where the resolution will happen absence, some sort of real world event complicating factors or real life pain emanating from the shutdown currently in week to kill C. You're so right that these seldom makes sense in the end usually federal workers get hurt both sides give they come together and pass something the tax payers don't understand called a continuing resolution kick the can down the road..

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