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"stacey evans" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:31 min | 5 months ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Look at the challenges around the country for Joe Biden you're going to be a midterm election On the one hand yeah they could have those wins of the issues around the country whether it's economic or otherwise that may make it a challenge for Democrats but Georgia could also just kind of be on its own island of being a state Again moving a little more democratic while the rest of the country is seeing a Republican wave In terms of her efforts to get out the vote and really you know resonate with people who have been nonvoters previously Do you think that that's something we're going to see really ramped up again The question is how many voters are still out there whether it's getting the new voters who are just turning of age you register them or new people who are moving to Georgia But we've seen numbers from the Secretary of State's office of really high voter registration In the end for both Stacey Abrams and for Brian Kemp and actually you saw this yesterday in the Atlanta mayor's race This is really going to come down to turnout And you know for when you think about voters voters are pretty much many voters there are obviously libertarian voters but many voters are going to know who they're going to vote for whether it's Brian Kemp or Stacey Abrams It really comes down to getting your voters to the polls and that's what really the engine that Stacey Abrams is produced with fair fight And you're seeing a little bit of it with Kelly loeffler's drug greater Georgia What roadblocks potentially are in Stacey Abrams way There's always the possibility of someone running against her in the democratic primary but just a reminder you know four years ago state representative Stacey Evans ran against Stacey Abrams and she lost pretty badly I think it was 76% to 20 76% is 24% It really wasn't even close Obviously someone could run against her Otherwise you're looking to see if she makes a misstep Brian Kemp might have one election to get through before an Abrams Kemp rematch would happen What does her entry into the race mean to his campaign They expected it You know I've already had some text messages and conversations with they saw this coming They expected it They even had a statement ready to go.

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"stacey evans" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:15 min | 9 months ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Great to be with you and another news rich environment. Let's begin with this. The trump endorsements coming down. A lot of people were waiting on those Greg Bleustein, but it doesn't sound like they're a couple of at least early surprises here. No, both of them were expected. But there's still big deals in the Republican primary world. The first endorsement went to Herschel Walker, the former president encouraged Herschel Walker to get in the race months ago, said to be a unstoppable candidate if you ran for us Senate, and now that he's then he kind of followed through on his promise to endorse them say that He might be better as a US senator that he was on the football field. So again, that will be a big deal and the next year's Republican primary, where Trump is still very popular among the party space and And this makes him the early front runner. The other endorsement with the state senator Bert Jones. He's running for lieutenant governor. And this wasn't really a surprise either, because a few weeks ago kind of out of the blue The former president bashed hurt Jones rival Republican rival State Senate leader Butch Miller and said he just wasn't you know he would not endorse which Miller so that that was a signal to everyone that he was would endorse. And indeed endorse for Jones. And when Burt got in the race a couple weeks ago, it was only you know, as a matter of time, until until Trump gave him his blessing. And and and now he seems like he'd be the front runner in that race, even though he's not Nearly as well known as as Bush. Miller is in Republican world. How much weight do do does an endorsement like that half Bill? Well, it has a weight, but I would point out that the president also endorsed Jody Hice, the congressman who currently represents the congressional district who didn't jump to the front of the field and the secretary of state trade. So I do think the trump endorsements matter, and they certainly matter from an organizational and fundraising standpoint. It was also President Trump, who pushed though he has not endorsed in burning Jones into the gubernatorial campaign. And it just it hasn't amounted to all that much other than guard signs and lots of illegal intersections and places where they don't have permission to place yard signs. Or they reformed state representative Burning John's. I do think in the walker race. It makes the most difference for a lot of different reasons. But I wouldn't necessarily say that with the long runway we've got ahead and several Trump endorsed candidates in special elections across the country who didn't prevail. It remains to be seen out of office and this kind of lesser position from Merrill Lago. How much weight that will carry if you have a well attended and participated in primary, and that's the difference if it's a Light turnout 2022 general primary election than his voice matters more if you have crossover voting and independents participating, and it's a high turnout primary. I think it matters less. Any other endorsements. The matter at this point, any of the big developments in the Senate race here, Greg Yeah, well, you know, two things is Bill mentioned, Um the former president still has not endorsing the governor's race, and we don't expect him generous Vernon Jones. Um, but there is a movement from from Trump's allies, too. Try to recruit another candidate for governor to get in the race. And a lot of speculations threaded whether or not former Senator David Perdue would be that person. Trump allies to put out a poll a few days ago that showed that David Perdue would be Very competitive against governor camp. If he ran. We have no serious indication that he's moving in that direction. But you know, and you can get happening in the 2022 cycle in the Senate race. Gary Black Agriculture commissioner since a very strong signal that hey, even the Herschel Walker's in the race. He's not going anywhere. He had an event out of his backyard a few nights ago that I attended where former congressman Doug Collins was among several high profile Republicans. Also, former governor Nathan Deal Current congressman Andrew client, They all endorse Gary Black, but for the biggest name of that list was was dug College. It's only because he was the third place finisher in last year's generations, so close to Donald Trump. That is a clear break with Donald Trump right there. There's also about 70 sheriffs and both political parties help state has endorsed Agriculture Commissioner blacks candid as he puts it. Got you. Where? Stacey Abrams. I mean, what's what's going on here? He's collecting royalty checks and speaking fees and bearing on the cover of magazines. I mean, she doesn't Really have to get in because there's not anyone on the Democratic side is going to challenger until she wants to get in. And you know we go. Back 25 or 30 years ago. Most campaigns didn't start until the election years been the longer run away and the greater need for financing, which is not going to be a problem for her that causes people to get in in the middle of the prior year. Four years ago. This time she was already deep into her campaign. She already announced it already started raising money. She was locked in a really tough what we thought would be a tough matchup with Stacey Evans, Canada, um, easily winning the Democratic nomination. Things are so different for her now is still mentioned. She's raised $100 million through her fair fight action putting Rates group since she lost the 2018 elections That just gives you a glimpse of her financial Firepower. She's got backing of the state National Party. Um, were she to run and she has no internal pressure. There's no one else in the race, so I fully expect her to get in this race, and I fully expect her. Uh, Not to be in a rush. I mean, it could be later this year could be early next year. And it really won't matter in the in the scheme of things because she'll still raise a boatload of money. No matter when she I think In part, she's waiting for the new maps that come out of the reapportionment in the legislative station, which will a lot of noise will be made about particularly changes in lines of the congressional delegation. And then after that settled, or at least that goes into court. Then she'll get Bill. I'm glad you mentioned the special session that's coming up effort to redraw voting lines. You've got some inside information on when that's going to happen. The speaker indicated that probably the first week of November was when the governor is going to issue the written and call that the issues will be both of the maps. And the ongoing issue of crime. And it surged not just in Atlanta but in multiple communities across the state. Anything. They need three weeks to wrap up their business. So come in the first week of November and wrapped just before Thanksgiving. What would they do about crime? They're looking at additional state resource is perhaps some more deployments, not just in Atlanta of.

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"stacey evans" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:23 min | 9 months ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Good morning. Good morning. Great to be with you and another news rich environment. Let's begin with this. The trump endorsements coming down. A lot of people were waiting on those Greg Bleustein, but it doesn't sound like they're a couple of least early surprises here. No, both of them were expected. But there's still big deals in the Republican primary world. The first endorsement went to Herschel Walker, the former president encouraged Herschel Walker to get in the race months ago, said to be unstoppable Candidates if you ran for US Senate And now that he's in, he kind of follow through on his promise and endorsed him say that he might be better as a US senator that he was on the football field so again that that will be a big deal in the next year's Republican primary, where Trump is still very popular among the party's base and And this makes him the early front runner. The other endorsement with the state senator Bert Jones. He's running for lieutenant governor. And this wasn't really a surprise either, because a few weeks ago kind of out of the blue The former president bashed hurt Jones rival Republican rival State Senate leader Bush Miller and said he just wasn't you know he would not endorse which Miller so that that was a signal to everyone that he was would endorse, would indeed endorse Ver Jones. And when Burke got in the race a couple weeks ago, it was only you know, as a matter of time, until until Trump gave him his blessing. And and and now he seems like he'd be the front runner in that race, even though he's not Nearly as well known as as Bush. Miller is in Republican world. How much weight do do does an endorsement like that half Bill? Well, it has a weight, but I would point out that the president also endorsed Jody Hice, the congressman who currently represents the congressional district who didn't jump to the front of the field and the secretary of state trade. So I do think the trump endorsements matter, and they certainly matter from an organizational and fundraising standpoint. It was also President Trump, who pushed though he has not endorsed in Burnin Jones into the gubernatorial campaign. And it just it hasn't amounted to all that much other than guard signs and lots of illegal intersections and places where they don't have permission to place yard signs. Or they reformed state representative Burning John. I do think in the walker race. It makes the most difference for a lot of different reasons. But I wouldn't necessarily say that with the long runway we've got ahead and several Trump endorsed candidates in special elections across the country who didn't prevail. It remains to be seen out of office and this kind of lesser position from Marah Lago. How much weight that will carry if you have a well attended and participated in primary, and that's the difference if it's a Light turnout 2022 general primary election than his voice matters more if you have crossover voting and independents participating, and it's a high turnout primary. I think it matters less okay. Any other endorsements, the matter at this point earning of the big developments in in the Senate race here, Greg Yeah, well, you know, two things is Bill mentioned, Um the former president still has not endorsed in the governor's race, and we don't expect him generous Vernon Jones. Um, but there is a movement from from Trump's allies, too. Trying to recruit another candidate for governor to get in the race. And a lot of speculations threaded whether or not former Senator David Perdue would be that person. Trump allies to put out a poll a few days ago that showed that David Perdue would be Very competitive against governor camp. If he ran. We have no serious indication that he's moving in that direction. But you know, and you can get happening in the 2022 cycle in the Senate race. Gary Black Agriculture commissioner since a very strong signal that, hey, even that Herschel Walker's in the race. He's not going anywhere. He had an event out of his backyard a few nights ago that I attended where former congressman Doug Collins was among several high profile Republicans. Also, former governor Nathan Deal, current Congressman Andrew Climb. They all endorse Gary Black. But for the biggest name of that list was was Doug Collins. It's only because he was the third place finisher in last year's generation so close to Donald Trump. That is a clear break with Donald Trump right there. There's also about 70 sheriffs and both political parties Help state has endorsed Agriculture Commissioner Blacks candidates, he puts it. Got you. Where? Stacey Abrams. I mean, what's going on here? He's collecting royalty checks and speaking fees and appearing on the cover of magazines. I mean, she doesn't Really have to get in because there's not anyone on the Democratic side is going to challenger until she wants to get in. And you know we go. Back 25 or 30 years ago. Most campaigns didn't start until the election year. It's been the longer run away and the greater need for financing, which is not going to be a problem for her that causes people to get in in the middle of the prior year. You know, four years ago, this time she was already deep into her campaign. She already announced in order, start raising money. She was locked in a really tough what we thought would be a tough matchup with Stacey Evans, Canada, um, easily winning the Democratic nomination. Things are so different for her now is still mentioned. She's raised $100 million through her fair fight Action Voting Rates group since she lost the 2018 election that just gives you a glimpse of her financial Hot fire power. She's got backing of the state National Party. Um, were she to run and she has no internal pressure. There's no one else in the ranks, so I fully expect her to get in this race and I fully expect her. Uh, Not to be in a rush. I mean, it could be later this year could be early next year. And it really won't matter in the scheme of things because she'll still raise a boatload of money, no matter what she said. I think in part, she's waiting for the new maps that come out of the reapportionment in the legislative station, which will a lot of noise will be made about particularly changes in lines of the congressional delegations. And then after that settled, or at least that goes into court. Then she'll get Bill. I'm glad you mentioned the special session that's coming up effort to redraw voting lines. You've got some inside information on when that's going to happen. The speaker indicated that probably the first week of November was when the governor is going to issue the written and call that the issues will be both of the maps. And the ongoing issue of crime. And it surged not just in Atlanta but in multiple communities across the state. Anything. They need three weeks to wrap up their business. So come in the first week of November and wrapped just before Thanksgiving. What would they do about crime? They're looking at additional state resource is perhaps some more deployments, not just in Atlanta of state troopers, additional funding and some new programs that whether they get done during the special session.

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"stacey evans" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on It's All Political

"You know. Barack obama black people loved rock obama but they were kinda side. I in him until be one iowa and like oh wait a minute. Maybe he can win and they were jumping ship from the clinton camp. Maybe he can win. And i think that's all oppression is wanting to be with a winning team and not actually believing that the person that reflects your own experiences can win as an acknowledgement of the fact that we have racism in this country And so it all goes back to that so what we do. Is we endorse early. So this summer will roll out quite a few women. We will surround them with as much support raising support. Organizing sport messaging support. We will be there team and we will build power around them and then we've got a fight within our own party. Which is my favorite job. Love that job. Speaking truth to power is my love language joe. I'd love to our own party and saying you need to better. You need to support these women with stacey. Abrams ran for governor. She was challenged by her own party. With a woman named stacey evans a white woman named stacey evans was supported by the party against a c and clearly stacey ever won that race overwhelmingly and then they everybody jumped on the bandwagon when she got into our general. What we're saying to our own party is trust. Black women support black women early. And we do that. We're gonna be great. You're starting to see that happen without demings. Feeling good about that. I think part of that is because she's kind of a democratic establishment queen and everybody loves her. We need to do that all the time. We need to believe in black women and we need to support them so we can do that early if we can raise more money. Raised more people or harder weakened win these races because what we know. Is that black women. When they are in leadership they reflect everybody they really do lift up all communities. And i think that's the part of other ism as part of being discriminated against and so we can we can build that and we just gotta fight against our own our own party ourselves to really start to believe that black women can win and give them all the support. They need all right. You bet thank you so much for being on its political. We'll have to talk down the road we get into these races a little bit more and see where we're at plus do and happy to do and thanks so much for having me. I'd like to thank you all for listening and hope that you and your families are safe and healthy. I'd like to thank you for joining us today. I'd like to thank the king. Webby award winning producer king kaufman for editing. Today's episode up to the theme music. You're hearing that. Song is called cattle call. And it's written by randy clark and performed by randy clark and crow song and remember no matter whether you're frustrated with washington or think things there are just peachy it's all political..

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"stacey evans" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"At dot org. That's our website. And of course now on abso- twitter and facebook voter chieh but i barely even look into pages anymore because i'm so so busy so basically the websites the best way to get a hold of you know you can find my cellphone. Most any pressurize as my personal saw So that would probably be the best way to to get in touch. I i have a question for you about your your so immersed in elections in georgia do use the i. I know of ashes this before. But i just i look at this thing this runoff and and all the new voters that are being that are going to vote in that that did not vote in the november election. And i just had to ask you. Is there any any part of you. That believes that the voters of georgia. The people of the people of georgia eligible to vote would choose to democrats senators to represent him in dc and flip the whole country all democrat. You know i just. I cannot imagine given how georgia is that. That's that that's that would be a valid outcome as a reflection of the will of the people of georgia where you know. I was on a shell last week. On a couple of days ago at a new hampshire and The host asked me exactly the same question to not and tell them. I said i first of all. I don't say georgia is a blue state yet. I mean obviously has gotten more closely. Because some of the recruiting that stacey evans says down into gone after young people to get sizing film industry subsidize film industry dragged a lot of people. There from ali woah. Yeah that that that was another factor several factors just now recruiting of young people who to devote democrats. You know what they'll say about that is when you're young and you have a heart democrat where you all you get ahead. You've always church. Hello yeah okay. I'll tell you an appeal to the republicans are missing. That could be effective. They're going for this. Broad appeal sauce owned by china. Whatever which there is truth to some of the the connections that his family has which china but that doesn't hit people on a personal level when it comes to a lot of the people who are out being activists four ossoff in for the the both democrats lot of people in atlanta's emerging film scene. And i have done a lot of acting in my life. I've done in profit or comedy. And i am sag eligible. I became sag eligible in georgia. Because is a right to work state and many people move to atlanta because atlanta is a place where you can become sag eligible in a way is far easier than if you were out in l. a. because you have to be a member of sag in la because it's not a right to work state in order to become sad eligible therefore it's really really hard to get your sag card meaning. It's very hard to get roles in sag productions which is what people's dream is often in georgia. You can actually make that happen because it is a right to work state so the little guy. The new actor can become sag eligible and get on their career path. They wanna go on. Both democrats have promised to get rid of georgia's right to work state status which would give all of the power for to get the acting roles to the people who are already sag eligible thus making it very very hard for all these people who are a lot of these people are out there. They're activists for democrats not realizing the power that they have to pursue. Their dream is going to be taken away by the two candidates. They're promoting arrived. i mean how how. How often have.

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"stacey evans" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"We live in truly unprecedented times and I want to say thank you to the companies and the advertisers that support my show in the entire Salem media family by choosing to advertise on our show these partners allow us to continue to provide critical news opinion and inspiration companies like we factor my pillow job creators network the movie no safe spaces legacy box car she'll honor bound coffee Herries LifeLock balance of nature and others even in these difficult times these amazing companies stand by us and support our mission and our values they support us so please be sure and support them is it Laurie in Douglasville Pennsylvania you're on the Larry on the show thank you so much for calling indeed it is Larry Leri I can I just tell you I'm a relative newcomer to the show and I say that I mean about a year I just love your show love you you have to thank you you already made my point but I stayed on because I figured repetition doesn't hurt following the H. 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P. P. those those protective gear for this second wave enough PPP the protective gear yeah he can't remember who the who is health experts are who brief him everyday business no I'm not I'm not I I have a I have a I called you but every day I have between an hour an hour and a half of brief with the former head of the former Surgeon General anyway with docks across the country you know the guy come on you know the guy and we have lost over eighty five thousand people Joe Biden thanks we've lost eighty five thousand jobs where where where where where where is it said we're in the middle of a pandemic that have cost us more than eighty five thousand jobs as of today we're in a pandemic this cost more than eighty five thousand jobs as of today over twenty million people filed for unemployment in one month alone he met eighty five thousand people but there are you know Joe was southern Georgia right where where where where where is that we're in the middle of a pandemic that has cost us more than eighty five thousand jobs as of today lives of billions of people as a people millions of jobs he he recovered and he said he doesn't remember Tara Reid doesn't color this was for the before your break before we bring in Stacey Evans I wanna ask you about the Tara Reid a story and you serve in the Senate for about thirty six years center from Delaware you're chairman of committees having working this out myself I'm just in my head doing the numbers you had to have had well over a thousand Senate staffers between the committee staff these the Delaware Senate staff do you so you must have over a thousand staffers how could you possibly remembered one that you were penetrated with your finger remember terror Reid who worked there for about around a year in nineteen ninety two ninety three well to be honest with you I don't look at me to be honest with you I don't want what a politician start out since is like that well to be honest with you I I I I don't know what have you been up until then look let me get some clear one a woman makes a claim that she has been harassed or abused in this climate change has gone on but her Astor abuse she should be taken seriously she can come forward share stories you should be taken seriously and should be thoroughly vetted and if every case what matters is the truth true food is what matters and the truth of the case is nothing like this ever ever happen she has a right to be heard but then it should be vetted and the truth ultimately matters and I give my word it never ever happened now we come back Joe Biden even said if you believe Tara Reid Lisa bloom the feminist attorney Gloria Allred's daughter said she believed Tory but intends to vote for Joe Biden so do by to tell her not to do it that more we come back on this phone abroad Friday we're gonna plan can you be Kirk a little while stick around for that now if you are in pain well that's exactly why Pete inset top with the father son owns a relief after created what they called the three week quickstart you're having difficulty with your back your hip you need any kind of pain with the due to aging exercise or just everyday living well it's really quick start is a one hundred percent drug free supplement over seventy percent of the people who.

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"stacey evans" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"John. Because we're talking about weight. I don't watch. I don't want you to go on and deflect and talk about something else because we're here to talk about the president. That's dumb limited interviewing Republican who he disagrees with as opposed to how interviewed. Let let me Redo for you. The Don Lemon interview with Stacey Abrams. If Dave Abrams and Joe Biden or Republicans all allegation against Joe Biden the accuser named Tara Retail. Cnn at the alleged incident happened in one thousand nine hundred ninety three while she was working as an aide and Biden Senate office. She is claiming that she was delivering. Biden a Duffel bag and says that Biden had her up against the wall in the corridor on the hill in violated her with his fingers now. Cnn is now has now spoken on the record with her former neighbor. Who says re told her about the allegation within a few years of the alleged incident? Biden's campaign says untrue never happened. Is this a credible allegation? I believe that women deserve to be heard and I believe that is it. A credible allegation listened to but I also believe those allegations have to be investigated by credible sources. The New York Times did a deep investigation. How IS THE NEW YORK? Times a credible source in this Miss Abrams and they found that the accusation was not credible. Actually they found that there were multiple people who backed up to read including interns. Who said Miss Abrams? Stop interrupting me. Because you're missing this point in turn said she was abruptly taken off corroborating key details. I believed Biden. How can you believe you by himself has not actually said anything about the story? Believe that he is a person who's demonstrated that his love of family. His love of our community has been made perfectly clear through his work as a congressional leader and as an American leader but Mr Abrahams Brett Kevin all volunteered to help the homeless Brad. Kavanagh was active in his community. He helped people he helped. People battered women's shelter. Help Girls Basketball Teams? There was never an accusation of him. Assaulting anyone else. Why shouldn't we believe him? I know Joe Biden and I think that he is telling the truth and that this did not happen but Miss Abrams. Everyone says they know the serial killer. The serial killer was very nice and yet it turns out the serial killer was the serial killer. So why should we believe him so? In in two thousand eighteen you tweeted. It was shameful that Brett Kavanagh's Supreme Court nomination was being rushed forward and survivors of Violence Christine. Blasi Ford deserve to have their voices. Heard a you applying a different standard now. Not at all I believe then. I believe now that women deserve to be heard because too often they are not and Tara Reid deserve to have her story listen to and investigated what was happening to. Christine. Blasi Ford was that there wasn't we we wait. Wait wait a second. You'll recall Jeff. Flake shut down the Senate confirmation process to demand the FBI take multiple days to interview all of the witnesses. That Senate Democrats said they needed to hear. That was a compromise. The Senate Democrats themselves wanted any interview those people and they said there were they could recall it. In this case. Terror Rita's multiple people. Who recall that she said Joe Biden. Did this tour her neighbor recalls it former roommates recall it former fringe recall her mother even called into Larry. King Live likewise Miss Abrams. You say that you need to believe all women that this is a different standard except you also tweeted noticed on limited. Bring up this tweet. This is appalling. It is exactly why Dr Ford and so many other survivors of traumatic experiences. Don't feel they can come forward to seek justice instead of blaming survivors of assault. We must do everything in our power to support them. And hold the perpetrators accountable. You believe Dr Ford even though you acknowledged or you say there was no investigation a yet we have multiple people who've come forward and said they don't recall it yet. Interior read situation. We have multiple people who came forward and said that they do recall it. Why the Double Standard Miss Abrams? Arrest to move the conversation forward to that. No investigation was conducted again miss. Abrams the Senate paused its hearings to allow the FBI to investigate and deliver report based on interviewing witnesses. And as I said I believe that there was those allegations needed to be investigated and I believe that the New York Times and subsequent reports to what the Biden campaign said. Do you support an outside investigator because there are those who will say the New York? Times is biased. In The New York Times itself. Didn't talk to all of the witnesses who have now come. Forward SHOULD THE BIDEN CAMPAIGN. Call for an outside. Independent investigation. And I believe job by so you said you've heard her. You've heard enough you don't you. You get what I'm doing here Don Lemon. If this was a Republican would be interviewing challenging. The person who's interviewed instead was taste. Abrahams. Es Four questions he never interrupts a single thing she says including to set her straight on the facts. Whether you play in the interview with extent you played interview with a Dan Crenshaw. You played an interview with any Republican. You played interview with with John. Kasich he interrupts the entire time to correct them on. What he believes. Are Their facts with Stacey Evans says this is essential lead the way the media plays these things to try to get around the accusations of media about. We talked about the story. We had them what we ask questions. We let him answer. The they believe Joe Biden. There's no there there there backing Joe Biden. Except you wouldn't do that if it was a republican you would probe in you would challenge in you. Dick them with your version of the facts there was an FBI investigation. Kristie Blazey for you say there was none. You say we should rely on the New York Times for this information. Why should we rely on the press? Why should there be an outside of education? You say you believe Joe Biden. Except that's what every serial killers next door neighbor and family says we always believe the serial killer until it turns out the the roses are so beautiful because their bodies under them they would never don limit would never let a Republican have a softball interview like that. He would never ask questions and shut up and let them answer the questions. He would never do that. And if you believe he would your fool. You really are because I watched on limit show. I see the way Don Lemon interviews report DON LEMON ASK more probative challenging questions at the person who thought a black hole was gonNA swallow up a seven seven. Then he did Stacey. Abrams sexual assault allegation. Don't tell me there's no media bias out there. Oh Man Melt Juliet Tennessee. Richard Music thirty one on home to play a prank. He wound up. I did Richard Music. Scare the six year old child. The guy dressed up in a gorilla suit was going to go into a friend's house and scare the friend. He got confused. Went into the next door neighbor's house instead scared that family six year old child. He's lucky was shot it's Tennessee. He's been charged with aggravated burglary. Which is actually Kinda bizarre. And this is. Jonathan Turley is website. That has the story and the police were called music. Would he realized he was in the wrong house and was confronted. He ran in the gorilla. Suit down the street. The police have settled charged with aggravated burglary. The problem is that the the statute for aggravated burglary is unlawfully entering or remaining in a habitation with the intent to commit a felony Even the police acknowledged that he was there to scare his friend and just went into the wrong house by mistake Apparently having a hard time seeing through the Corolla I is. But Hey this is not an anomaly. Believe it or not this is from last year in Sulphur Louisiana. My people a man wearing a gorilla suit broke into a Louisiana home and hid under.

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"stacey evans" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Right now and take that love America pledged thank you very much in a lot of great work meanwhile Joe Biden has a problem Joe Biden's promise that right now he is he just does not have very much money he has like twenty million dollars something like that trump has stepped away from like two hundred million dollars and the trump super pacs are gonna start spending like right now according to The New York Times the super pacs supporting president trump's reelect is planning a ten million dollar advertising spree the tech vice president Joe Biden in three rust belt states that were crucial to the president's twenty sixteen victory officials with the group said on Wednesday the announcement about the ads that appear in Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin came after a growing chorus of complaints from White House officials M. pain aids and wide range of presidential allies about a lack of activity from the America first group democratic groups have already started airing blistering ads criticizing trump's belated response to the corona virus and saying that trump cannot be trusted trump campaign officials have been frustrated by America first it raised a hundred and six million dollars already they're saying we need to start spending money so they are going to start spending money Brad Parscale trump's campaign manager said we can't let Biden hide in the shadows need to pick up the pace on him they understand that if this becomes a referendum purely about trump's problem and somebody has to become a character in this particular saga Parscale noted the current pausing campaigning because of the virus was an opportunity to reach a potentially critical percentage of voters would not yet formed an opinion on Biden encouraged targets going on television's not just praised trump's leadership let's double down on Biden during this as a contrast Nicholas you're hard of media buying says the president has the attention of the entire country right now an unprecedented level even for him the flip side of the coin is the TV ratings are soaring and attack as we unite our country priorities USA are pummeling the president in a vacuum now the bad news for Biden again is that he's not raise the tons and tons and tons of money but the trump campaign is going to go all in instead spending on anti Biden adds meanwhile by himself is saying he wants to consider Gretchen Whitmer the governor of Michigan as possible VP candidate that makes some sense she's from one of the swing states and also she's been elevated because president trump is going after her because she was criticizing him here's by denouncing the maybe he'll consider graduate he's already set I need a person with two X. chromosomes as my as my VP candidate not sure why other than just please the Wilkes told the media here is biting can you share with us at least how many names are on your potential Gragg grab bag list for vice president and if any of the figures who have emerged from this corona virus crisis thinking specifically of say the governor of Michigan if any of those figures have links on the list let them know that she made a list on my mind a few months ago okay again you know that why he is insisting you want okay fine badly Stacey Abrams is now saying she wants to throw her hat in the ring for provides ET SA skippers will never go away just basically going door to door knocking on people's doors asking them if you can be the VP candidate stadium but like they say runs also says that we should all vote by mail which is literally the worst idea in the entire world other than virtual voting is the worst idea in the entire world if you like ballot harvesting if you like parties going door to door in picking up ballots only for people who support them if you want the party infrastructure basically better funded party that wins elections if you want voter fraud if you have people like punching ballots in the back of cars then by all means let's do this your Stacey Evans making a dumb suggestion by mail is the safest way to vote and right now almost I was in every state has the capacity for vote by mail the challenge is that a lot of states you have to have an excuse in fact governor Kay Ivey of Alabama today or yesterday said that she wasn't in favor of removing the excuse the reality is everyone has an excuse hello at nineteen we need to be certain that even if things have tampered down by taper down by then we have to be prepared for it not to be so and that means you have to start planning now for November election yeah there there's just not staffing for this there's no way to do this and again you wanna talk about voter fraud your talent as you like as we move toward you know the all absentee ballot by voting months in advance with nobody counting the ballots on the other end good luck with this what a what a disaster she just a font about ideas already coming up Democrats yes trump is looking for something to campaign in.

America Joe Biden
"stacey evans" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Right now and take that love America pledged thank you very much in a lot of great work meanwhile Joe Biden has problems of mine from is that right now he is he just doesn't have very much money he has like twenty million dollars something like that from his jacket weighs only two hundred million dollars and the trump super pacs are gonna start spending like right now according to The New York Times the super pacs supporting president trump's reelect is planning a ten million dollar advertising spree the tech vice president Joe Biden in three rust belt states that were crucial to the president's twenty sixteen victory officials with the groups are Wednesday the announcement about the ads will appear in Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin came after a growing chorus of complaints from White House officials in pain aids and wide range of presidential allies about a lack of activity from the America first group democratic groups have already started airing blistering ads criticizing trump's belated response to the corona virus and saying that trump cannot be trusted trump campaign officials have been frustrated by America first they raised a hundred and six million dollars already they're saying we need to start spending money so they are going to start spending money Brad Parscale trump's campaign manager said we can't let Biden hide in the shadows need to pick up the pace on an interest in that if this becomes a referendum purely that from its problem and somebody has to become a character in this particular saga Parscale noted the current pausing campaigning because of the virus was an opportunity to reach a potentially critical percentage of voters but not yet formed an opinion on Biden encouraged her against going on television's not just praised trump's leadership let's double down and buy during this as a contrast Nicholas you're hard of media buying says the president has the attention of the entire country right now an unprecedented level even for him the flip side of the coin is the TV ratings are soaring and attack as we unite our country priorities USA are pummeling the president in a vacuum now the bad news for binding and it has not raised the tons and tons and tons of money but the trump campaign is gonna go all in and start spending on anti Biden adds meanwhile by himself is saying he wants to consider Gretchen Whitmer the governor of Michigan as possible VP candidate that makes some sense she's from one of the swing states and also she's been elevated because president trump is going after her because she was criticizing him here's by denouncing the maybe he'll consider graduate he's already said I need a person with two X. chromosomes as my as my VP candidate not sure why other than just please the Wilkes told the media here is biting can you share with us at least how many names are on your potential Greg McGrath bag list for vice president and if any of the figures who have emerged from this corona virus crisis thinking specifically of say the governor of Michigan if any of those figures have links on the list the list she made a list on my mind two months ago okay again you know that why he is insisting the what okay fine by late Stacey Abrams is now saying she wants to throw her hat in the ring for for by Z. P. he says he was never go away just basically going door to door knocking on people's doors asking them if you can be the VP candidate stadium by like Stacey Abrams also says that we should all vote by mail which is literally the worst idea in the entire world other than partial voting is the worst idea in the entire world if you like ballot harvesting if you like parties going door to door in picking up ballots only for people who support them if you want the party infrastructure basically better funded party that wins elections if you want voter fraud if you have people like punching ballots in the back of cars then by all means let's do this your Stacey Evans making a dumb suggestion by mail is the safest way to vote and right now almost I was in every state has the capacity for vote by mail the challenge is that a lot of states you have to have an excuse in fact governor Kay Ivey of Alabama today or yesterday said that she wasn't in favor of removing the excuse the reality is everyone has an excuse nineteen we need to be certain that even if things have tampered down by taper down by then we have to be prepared for it not to be so and that means we have to start planning now for November election yeah there there's just not staffing for this there's no way to do this and again you wanna talk about voter fraud yes I went to see it like as we move toward you know the all absentee ballot voting months in advance with nobody counting the ballots on the other end good luck with this what a what a disaster just a font about ideas already coming up Democrats.

America Joe Biden
"stacey evans" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:03 min | 3 years ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Instagram Email. It's all right there. Also, Newsmax TV the Joe pags show. Glad to have you have John makes he's the guy behind the new website that social media site called either parlor or parlay, it's Elliara dot com. And this is getting a lot of John. How are you? Right. Good talking to you. I'm doing well this site got a whole lot of publicity because it was alleged through news reports that some administration members with Trump administration or the campaign had in fact set up some, some pages some, some actual profiles on the site. I went there. I know Brad, parse Kelly, Katrina Pearson. I know a lot of these people. They are there and they're verified. They're really on your site, a how did that happen and be what do you think about them jumping on board? Yes. Sure, probably joined back in December, for the most part, viral tweeden, outback then and I guess they decided to join in that time, you know, it was kind of random were traction site kind of die result of all the publicity getting rebuilt recoup for them. But that's how we touch with them. At least start Katrina wanted to use plugging website. So set that up for her. And then I ran into Brad randomly like a month ago this point. And at the Trump tell he recognized me from the platform. We had a couple of drinks added tequila shot with them. It's, it's, it's kinda hard to miss bradey six seven, so it's not. It looks like he's a box or something. Yeah. He's a big. You get Parlier parlor or we'll send red parcel. All right. So John may side is polar. Parlay. P. A. R L, E, R dot com and on there, might my handle joepags. J. O. E G S. I like it so far. But, but I've been informed about gab and minds and freeze, all this other stuff, and nothing has really gotten any traction, you really do have some heavy hitters on your site. How do you feel the prognosis is when you open it up when you started up, did you really think you could take on Twitter? Is that the goal what we didn't actually start trying to build anything like Twitter started commenting or for publishers are losing a lot of money? Let's build something people on there. There's other platforms, but we wanted to kind of started that has built it really start commenting on stuff. What's the stuff articles articles opposed? So it was like, okay, well, you show the post with each other, and it's just a social media. Now this quite right. And so actually wasn't let's take on Twitter. It was, let's give people an outlet and a forum. Well, it was let's bring money back to publishing. And we're trying to tools for publishers because I thought it'd be more sense. Businesses cornerstone piece was free speech getting bald in your comments, but we're gonna give you all the tools to manage your own environment since you're responsible, where abouts in that's kind of merged into the whole free speech. I knit social media platform for those who don't know Laura Luma's their Laura's, a friend of mine, we've had on the show, several times, she's been blocked band, kicked out and treated like crap by by both Facebook and Twitter for no good reason, by the way, the repeal, who far worse than anything. She's even approached who are not only still on those platforms with their held up on high there verified. And so on the sheriff David Clarke joined he's got nine hundred fifty thousand on Twitter. He was blocked van because he called Stacey Evans, a winch or something, which is not that bad a word to be honest with you. He was unverified. So people wouldn't get the benefit of seeing posts anymore. He's now on your platform. So in essence, it was four publishing bring the money back to publishing to get all that. But, but it's it's morphed into this thing where. We'll wait a second. You guys claim to be digital town center a town hall, but you're not and there is no open discussion, you either get in line. With what Jack launcher what Mark wants or else, you're not going to be harder. Scene is the promise of your site you're going to be hurting seen. You've got the freedom to do what you want, but we're based in the first amendment, and we're based in kind of what's protected by the first amendment. So you could say the middle of Times Square, or you could do it the military square he could do it on our platform. Okay. And that's, that's a broad range, because the first amendment does protect people like those just mentioned, and even people who who say things that we don't like it protects them as well. The Twitter doesn't think so Facebook doesn't think so. How does the platform work if people watching listening right now go to P A R Elliott dot com? They put in their Email setup a user profile and they start doing stuff. First of all, you call it. Because we call Twitter, we call it a tweet on Facebook. We just the post we're calling it parlays. To parlay. So we've been running with it. So when you make a post, it says parlayed at the top Vegas team to Las Vegas-based absolately that, that makes a lot of sense. So so you can do a parlay and, and if I got twenty five hundred people following me, which is where we are right down, by the way, twenty five hundred pretty quickly, so people are engaged does everybody see what I what I just parlayed or, or is it selective and there's algorithm, and all that garbage chronological so your Vitas front logical, so no other sites like to try to predict what you really wanna see those the follow that person. So pretty sure I wanna see their content prioritize people that way. What really means is like on Twitter. You have the re tweet, we've got an echo, what it really does. The more you echo the warrior posted seen. So because stuff comes sometimes MRs on people's feed because so many people posting follow on people, you're gonna missile stuff. Yeah. So the extremely important because as more and more people start echoing higher priority. Higher chances going to see it. And so that echoes is really nice endorsement to help people's content fly around is John mates. It's just you're, you're at John on the platform. Right. For people to follow you. It's going to be at Joe. Joe now. Just getting joepags fine. As people go in join the site, I wanted to understand because I complained about this. A lot, a lot of people. Call me a crybaby whiners about it, but I've got three hundred seventy thousand people on Facebook. I built that myself from nothing built that for my listeners, my viewers, what I do for a living. I brought Mark Zuckerberg and his platform more than a quarter of a million people. I mean approaching half million people, and I was getting about a thousand people at day, then suddenly, something happened. And now I gained zero I'm actually at a net loss, every day, even though the site says that I'm gaining, I'm not. And if you check their own their own analytics, it shows that Facebook itself is just the leading eighty percent of my followers that lose every day. And when you ask about it, you're called a wider, whatever here's what I know I used to post something John and two million, people would reach the reach would say, two million people now reach a fifteen hundred. I'm stunned. They really are purposely sweltering the reach. And like you said decided with John wants to see other website either aid to play model now. So. One of the things that's coming out, more and more recently is if you want to reach more than, like, forget, her Ganic reach because it's not going to be viable, you more, you have to boost your post, you have to pay for pay for posts on his platform in a way. It's kind of like pay us, if you want to be seen doesn't matter how much of it organic growth you brought in doesn't matter what you real following is pay us to reach your audience. So what they really did is they stole your audience. And now they're monetize ING it, and they're giving you nothing. You know, getting a fortune of the ads that run next year content so they can keep their site alive. You're creating that asset to them, you're creating content, which is a limited resource. Good content hard to find concept. I wanna see define Bryce. And you'll benefit which stunning about it. You're absolutely right. They verify overnight once about five years ago, Facebook did then they asked me, please upload videos, we wanted to Facebook live. We want do videos because they wanted to compete with YouTube. I think you know that and we did that, and we gave them videos for free gave them content for free. Streamed my show for free, and the, the following was going through the roof, and then all of a sudden they shut it off. You're right. It's bayton switch, they got me to bring my people there. My people are now on their website. All the time seeing their ads and if I want the people who came to see my crap to see my crap, I've got a pay them to see the stuff. I'm creating dude. How that is nuts is the biggest job. They just bold on everybody, especially the media outlets. Can you imagine media school, people went directly to their websites content to make money off advertising? So their website now turned into title, click, basically, hey, a paid for this eliciting to get on Facebook, so they can go to their site and get some Adra new from referrals from Facebook. It's, it's. Crippled industry, and now to make it worse. Facebook and Twitter and all these people wanna start back checking and tell you, what's sure what's false, what journalists forty more why even need CNN or why do you need MSNBC FOX or anybody just throw them all out because baseball is going to tell you what's true false? You'll have to believe, you know the reputation of location anymore. It's just as Dexter. It's John mates. Follow him at John on P A, R dot com. Parlay parlour want to pronounce go there and get it done. It's a cool website. I like it so far. But let me ask you this, by the way. I love the fact that if you follow me, you wanna follow joepags, you'll see you'll see my post, which is cool. Otherwise. Why did you follow me? But how do you monetize it? I mean, how, how are you going to be able to keep us afloat lecture independently wealthy? There's got to be some sort of a monetary way to keep the website up. How do you make money on it? We are trying to do a influence marketing strategy where we will allow influencers to partner with firms people, and that's how they're going to make money and we're gonna make money. So if somebody makes money in a platform that we're gonna. It's going usually beneficial. That's the goal. So it'll be partnership won't be taking my, my, my listeners followers, my viewers, and monetize, get yourself. You wanna partner with me? Yes. It's actually the whole ideas incentivize us to push content forty because that way we get paid when you're stuck viewed with your ass perfect. It away. Just let people figure out what they like the most we're going to get paid no matter. What is long as you're producing? Good content. You're gonna benefit over another person creating a free market sorts. They can kind of figure it out and the regular the, the regular user, somebody who listened to my show or watches my show that goes to your site because of me charged anything three for them. Yes, free. And here's the cool part, two is not everybody has to have ads on their profile. At least just a long-term vision. Right. It's not working on it. But the vision is, let's say you, Joe you have apps, right? You wanna monetize your page? So that's something to consider because people are gonna go. Well, do I wanna follow Joni more, because I get when I follow Joe right? If I follow this upstart over here, I don't get ads and the content just as good, no offense. I'm not trying to say that you don't have to contact is trying to conto here. Having an e creates its own market, a sewer, and people can compete for it, and we have to, and I, I like that long. Lot, last question with John Mateer the, the, the founder of the creator of PR. Elliott dot com. Go there. Follow him at John. Follow me at joepags jail. EPA is the president on there yet. Is he gonna be on there? Do you have a placeholder does we love to know that he is not on there? And the reason he has a placeholder is because we've had so many people impersonating him. You say government official keep banning counts. So he's got a slew of names to pick from. Did you notice this week by the way, you know, so on Sunday, medium flux of two hundred thousand Arab users. Wow overnight. See blue that just happens. Right. That's. It was pretty organic, apparently according to them. So we were trying to track down the roots in writers just did a piece on it. And then he kinda went nuts New York Times about it. And basically, what happened is it looks like Twitter picked a lot of moderators for the Middle East in countries where they did not like Saudi, and so they countries where they were more extremists. And they're all picking on the Saudi's on the savvy, speak up the representatives other countries, just ban these accounts awhile. And so they're so pissed about it that we have two percent of Twitter's market share in Saudi Arabia overnight. Joining holy mackerel. I mean, I'm sitting there sitting at midnight going, there's a bunch of is that what language is that? What's going on? And then we wake up in the morning, all of our like servants ticks spiking up. My all my God. We're like it wasn't attack. It was legit. Was it all checked out so long here here is org Anik, and that people actually want with these other platforms promise many, many years ago, John, I like the side, a lot of gonna keep promoting it..

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"stacey evans" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:42 min | 3 years ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"All right there. Also, the live video feed. It's the weekend with joepags. Have you for the ride? Also the blaze amid work. We appreciate being on their law going on July. I don't wanna get to get an extended interview with Mark Cuban the, the entrepeneurship billionaire the shark tank star. It's pretty interesting because a lot of people know that Mark, and I don't agree on a lot of stuff. But we agree on more than we disagree on is you Democrats Republican is going to run for president. Did he really wanna be Hillary Clinton's running mate? Has he talked to the president since he's been in office? How well does he know Donald Trump? So we talk about all that stuff. Plus, we get some background, why don't we know Mark Cuban is what did he come from? Why is he billionaire what did he do? And how would life be different had? He not been an innovator back in the nineteen ninety. So we do that make sure that you check that out. Also, a lot of people always say, why is it that there isn't a conservative social media site? Good question. I can't start when people about Paget complain about Twitter and Facebook all the time. Why don't you make your own site because I don't have billions of dollars. I can't just set up a website that would be able to handle the kind of traffic flow that billion users on Facebook, and, you know, you can go in and not have any hitches or anything I don't have that kind of financial backing. There are people on the conservative side who do and they could probably do that. Well, there's a new site. I'm not I'm not endorsing it a mutt. Sponsoring it. I don't have a partnership with them. There's a new site that was rumored during the week to be a site that many Trump administration officials have gone to which they of course we're not looking to make some major push a different site. But I went there checked it out and Katrina Pearson, his on there. She's part of Trump twenty twenty and Laura lumers on there, by the way, who was expelled from Twitter. She's an investigative reporter he does a great job. So whether in check that it's called parlor or parlay, it's P. A. R L E, R dot com. P A. R L E, R dot com. And it's not smell parlor like a an ice cream parlor, it's e spell parlay, like the French to speak. So I went there set up a an account, I don't know much about it, yet other than it promises that conservatives will not be censored will not be squashed will not be. Governed, you can go there and get a free speech, which is what that's all we're asking for when Twitter and Facebook started inviting people who are so called influencers like me. I went to Facebook built a page freighter seventy thousand followers Facebook's own analytic shows at Facebook is just a leading eighty percent of those who leave my sight, just Facebook get rid of them, memorialize, fake accounts, just make making a reasons. Why plus the, the, the lie videos on Facebook have been squashed. There's some sort of debate that's put on there that was uncovered by James O'Keefe over a Project Veritas, which means if I put up a live video whereas I used to thousands of us now get fifty fifty people have three hundred seventy thousand actually see it on Twitter. I can post something two hours later. Not one person who follows me at sixty seven thousand people has seen it, nobody. So that's the game. They're playing. So there is a need for a site that will not squash you, if you happen to not agree with the site owner. And there needs to be competition. Is this the one I don't know of gone to gab didn't work out for me freeze Oxy, haven't paid much attention that in a while minds dot com. Attention to that in a while this one on there. Now. It's parlay dot com. R L E, R dot com. And look up joepags. J. O. E. G S joepags and go check it out. Kick it around a little bit. It seems a little more basic. I don't see any way to message somebody, I also see a bunch of pictures and stuff. But it is a way to post something and the people who follow you get to actually see your post gazette and again, it might not be the site. I don't own it. I have no stock in it, and my endorsement deal with them. It's just another site that I'm trying out. And so far, pretty good pretty good. All right. So have Mark Cuban have sheriff David Clarke on he went to El Paso? I talked to him right before he went to El Paso, Texas to go check out the private fence slash wall. That's being built and it's looking pretty good. This is the go fund me result. The, the triple amputee war veteran started the go fund me, collected a bunch of money, and money is being used to build pr-. Privately build wall. And it's an interesting concept if you own the land, you had the right to build a wall. Nobody stop you. The problem is many people who live on the border. Don't wanna wall. Don't want offense in for some reason, what illegal aliens in their yards. That's, that's the conflict that we have now but we'll talk to sheriff Clarke about why he's going down there. Also about being a role model for young black kids heal. What that's like, also being Twitter jail still he's still can't post on Twitter. As nine hundred fifty thousand followers nine fifty and Twitter. First of all, verification badge. Which actually does hurt you. If you're an influence or you've got the badge other people can see when you tweet to them, more readily, because notifications for some reason, heightened when you've got the badge, also people will imitate you. If you're the guy the public square and the way you stop imitation is, oh, that's the checkmark must really be him or her. So I they took that away, then he called. Stacey Evans a winch, which is not profane. It's nowhere near what people call me on social media. What they call Clark on social media. But they now have him Twitter jail. He's not allowed to tweet can't direct message. Can't do anything unless he agrees to delete the tweet which is not going to do and he makes good point. He brought almost a million people to Twitter. Those are his followers. Those are his fans. Those are people who went there, because he told them to. And Twitter now has them and things it gets to decide whether he can or can't participate. He didn't breaks term of service. They used like daddy called stays a winch. We'll get over it when she's not a dirty word means a poor young girl. So what deal with it? So we talked about that, and much, much more. But I wanna start with a story that's away from the political fray, that, maybe hadn't even heard of, and that's possible, certainly the spelling bee. Oh, martin. By the way, I've got a pags parody today for you a little, yeah. What may maybe we'll start with. Let's start on, on a funny dorky note. Heck. And if it goes over, well, played again later, Joe Biden, not let me solve is the former vice president is out there on the campaign trail, and he's apologized because he's very touchy feely, especially with women like he will grab a woman by the shoulders from behind he'll sniffer hair hill. Noodle her neck. He'll rub noses, whether he'll say very inappropriate things. Grab both sides of her face with his with his hands and they joker smile right in their face, and then he apologized because he was called out. He was called out, because he it's too much in the hashtag metoo era. You can't do that. You just can't. And he should know that. So he apologize. You know, I really should times have changed. I should honor your personal space, and then he goes on the campaign trail, and he says, things like I got permission to, to shake his hand. I got permission to give her a kiss, and he's just being doofus about well recently, he was that some campaign, stop and all of a cute up. But he's that's campaign. Stop as a little girl. And he's I boy, I bet you just as just as smart as your good looking, and she's like ten and it's already a little bit weird. And then he says, you know what do you want to focus on in school? She says journalism grabs you by the hand takes over to where the journalists are or the alleged journalists are the media is and, and he's introducing her to them and whole time, he's, he's got his hands on her shoulders. He's rubbing a little bit. And he looks like he wants to sniffer hair, and it just doesn't get the clue. So I thought Martin I would take a police classic and ruin it. And make it about Joe Biden that sound doesn't don't tell me as the song batboys. No, it's not about it. What, what is Joe Biden, do that peop- people on them to stop doing? He standing little too close to them. Isn't he? I think he is. You're saying. Welcome people. It's what I'd be three part harmony in the chorus. Joe by. Discreet me in appropriate he launched two so badly. Get as close as he gets weird between them. There's no room. He's robbing. Her shoulder is it's getting much.

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"stacey evans" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:21 min | 3 years ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Out the live video stream as we do the show, live Saturday morning or it reruns the entire weekend. You can go watch any part of it. If you want me, my big fat head weren't some headphone center. I wanna get with my friend former sheriff David Clarke, Milwaukee county, Wisconsin. He's, he's somebody who's been targeted because he's conservative because he's a Trump supporter on Twitter. He can't tweet you can't respond. He can't do it right. Massive came to anything. We'll get into why what recourse, there might be. Plus, we talk about the bias against the president of the United States sheriff, I always appreciate you. How are you? Thanks for asking. It's always an absolute pleasure. I not gonna wear my hat because I haven't gotten a cold one like you yet. I actually had visitors in town recently. And I put my cowboy hat on, and they said, sorry, you look stupid Clark really makes it look good. So if you can get a better. So when I get a good one when I could save enough money to buy one of those fancy ones that you have a good one promise you, but put off. That's right. Well, my head is twice the size yours, too. That's half the problem. I don't think they making this big. All right. Let's, let's get into what's going on. I want to start with Twitter. I saw a recent study that said that the vast majority of American adults aren't anywhere near social media, which I think you and I probably find surprising because for some reason, social media guides. What's going on in the news media? What's going on in Hollywood? What's going on in music? What's going on in academia, and it turns out most people don't pay much attention. But you and I actually get a great benefit at a social media because we can spread our word spread. What's going to be on my show? You talk about your book, or your articles that you're writing, or your website, and it's really how you make your living. Now since you you've. Left the force, what, what is Twitter doing? And are you serious? When you say that tweet, you sent me was why they're stopping you from, from taking part helped me out here. Any luck on what they said, they said, good tweet industry violated their terms of service, and was a pretty benign tweet used that word wench. In many tweets about MRs Bill Clinton, and they've never a suspended before. Never said anything never warned me about it. But all of a sudden Stacey Abrams was a political figure, by the way. All right. She's not. She's right. Exactly. Just like me somewhat of a public figure yet endorse some of that. But anyway, I'm contemplating legal ecstasy. If I've delete, the tweet, they say, delete, the tweet will put you back. We'll open it back up. But if I deleted it says you give up your appeal rights, I'm not giving it up at this point in time, because with some issues here that, maybe legal, these are not personality. She's going to know this, but some issues such as intellectual property when I put up a tweet intellectual property, allow me to use the platform. The intellectual property is mine. Also, the followers in mind, I generated nine hundred fifty three thousand followers, Twitter and do that to me. I did those followers belong to me is their platform, but they're cutting me off from my -bility to make a living. Use Twitter social media to dry on my business. My interviews on on media and also speaking engagements over the speakers grow, a lot of people. See my tweets in his skin immunity to speak some damages. Been irreparably harmed by their accidentally insults, taking a little is supposed to buy delete deleted right now. It'd be back up but I've had it with Twitter. And again, just so those watching listening understand Stacey, you call Stacey Evans, a winch a wench always grew up thinking a winch met young girl. And I looked it up just to make sure that I was sure about that. And it doesn't mean young girl, but it can be seen as a negative as a Georgia as somebody who's a poor, young girl, or lower class, young girl, having said that you didn't use any fatty, you didn't call her a prostitute. You didn't you didn't go down this line. Look, David, I've been called the most disgusting heinous names on Twitter, so of you my family has been called out and none of those people has ever been stopped from continuing the barrage. So can they show you in their terms of service, what you violated because if you've violated it, everybody who tweets violates at every day? But it's arbitrary and capricious you, well, which is also I'm looking at legal action. I think I've been irreparably harmed. There are arbitrary and capricious activity, they pick and choose winners and losers here against their platform. But they've allowed me to use it. They let me on it. I built up in a stab with their of followers. Like I said a drives my business. Now they've cut me off from that the followers their minds. So what I did was environment my appeal. I said, I want peace either electrically or paper of all my fourteen thousand tweets because that's intellectual property. I usually get my take on things. And I also said, I want access to the nine hundred fifty five thousand of phone was at I cultivated Twitter to cultivate, followers interest in what I have to say is what drives my interest in terms of following? Exactly right. It is sheriff David Clarke, go to America, sheriff dot com and Erica, sheriff dot com. Cop under fire is that of his book going at that he writes articles all the time in their incredible to go in check? Everything on the website. So we're watching this unfold. The motor investigation showed no collusion and then left it up to the attorney general, Bill bar to decide whether there is obstruction. He said there wasn't now Nancy Pelosi is calling him a liar and this that and the other is happening. But what we're hearing happened behind the scenes. David is actually more interesting to me because it looks to me with him saying that no doubt that the previous administration spied on a political campaign. It seems to me that stroke in page, and Komi and McCabe, and even Clinton herself. Maybe even Obama and rice are all going to be implicated here. So I wanted to ask you something as an investigator, because I had a friend who was playing his music too loudly about twenty years ago. The cops were called AK and he opened the door. Like an idiot, he had a bag in our one on the table. Do you as a police officer have the right to say, I only came to investigate the noise problem. But dude, you got a bag of marijuana. On the table. I'm night now need to investigate what I found during my initial investigation is that the way it's working now and should the Democrats be afraid. You're in your of example, I've been playing dots. But in Muller did the same thing, right? He's investigating Russian collusion, getting people for taxi Beijing is getting people other activities at nothing to do with Russia collusion. So he's allowed to do that, under our system of Justice. So you know this is backfired on the Democrats repeal this bag a little bit. Liberal scandal is used as a weapon in Washington. DC recently used by Lexus, brand when they have a strong and aggressive executive president United States Nixon underwent Clinton under one of Clinton's was illegal scandal, he lied under old. Yeah. The that thing was a political scandal of you. Look at George W Bush, it was what bins no weapons of mass destruction, and it was also a great. Those were political standards. And then you look at Obama fast and furious a political scandal. But at the same time, Republicans, didn't go after him with that scandal. So the Democrats are dug in on this moment, which they tried to go legal route. So it wouldn't look political when the legal route turned out to be nothing. Which we all knew it was there still dragging his dead horse around, because they have to have a scandal to slow down this president to de legitimize this president to create problems for him where he can't get his work done. That's why. So this is a scandal of political tool in Washington DC. Nobody cares about this anymore. Talking about nobody outside of Washington DC, all drama. It's all seater, and they need a boogeyman. Right. It was Trump for a long time when it was the mother witch-hunt and now that that's dead. And I said this, in a tweet, by the way, I rightly days after the. When when bar issued his summary of what the report was. No findings. I said, they are going to make Bill, the new enemy, and exactly what they're doing right now. Tilling the messenger because he didn't go along with it. But what is really about is defending the status quo when a strong president comes in strong executive like Reagan. He had his Iran, contra the only way that the legislative Brenston slowing down, correct manufacturing or finding if there is corruption when it's a natural scandal. But if there's not a natural scandal there you manufacture one. And that's what this is, what is it to their peril though sheriff in what I mean is, as an investigator? Okay. None of that turned up anything they said that it would turn up. And by the way, they all guaranteed Adam Schiff on down guaranteed. They're gonna find collusion and obstruction and all that. Now that they haven't found that wouldn't it be who to stop because they keep on pushing, we're going to find out how dirty all the Democrats are shouldn't. They be afraid of that. I mean little by little, we're starting to hear more and more about actions. They took against a political campaign. I it's completely. Illegal what they did. They had no basis for knowing the dossier was fake shouldn't they stop? I mean okay. You tried for two years. Let's move on now. They should but they chant they can't help themselves by now. Because like I said, this is manufactured a scandal and a half to still try to get some miles out of it. Which is why I use the phrase dragging around a dead works right now. You're trying to squeeze more juice out of that, warns that owns being Muller Whitson, there's no more juice in that orange reason they can't stop. They can't stop this president and they know it. They look at things like immigration. They look at some of the other things that the president wants to get done wants to straighten out the only way to stop him is to decrease his popularity among the American people, you know, these approval ratings, so to speak, and this is all got that's why they can't go any other people who were driving this thing, worried about Adam Schiff Nancy Pelosi, you're not going to be indicted, sure the sacrificial lambs will be comas Susan Rice, the Peter Struck Linda page. Those people are going to be sacrificial lambs. Because they did engage in crimes. They didn't Gaijin illegal activity and behavior that needs to be. Get investigated. I'm not holding my breath. It is going to be was gonna dealt resulted anybody going to prison. Right. But the fact is that we're going to determine sort of activity from happening again. Neil? That's kind of what happened in, in the Nixon with the Watergate break in it was accident deep. Throat guy was was a FBI agent who had access that information that was feeding two journalists Nawab's to post on my story. So, you know, that's kind of what is happening here. But again, you know the Democrats have nothing else that they allow this president will the people we elected him. But if they allow us president to go forward with his agenda. Bad news for the Democrats. Bad news for their party. Bad news looking a going forward. And so right now, they're all in and they're not about stuff..

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"stacey evans" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

10:22 min | 3 years ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on WLAC

"Facebook Twitter, Instagram, Email, it's all right there. The live video feed is there as well. Also, the blaze radio network it's the weekend with your boy joepags. Glad to have you along for the ride. Thanks a lot for stopping by. What a what a minutes week a monumental week. If you would politically anyway for the president anyway. And for the left. Listen, it's been a very monumental week for both sides because the left continues to expose itself. And the right or the leader of the Republican party. The president of the United States continues to just kick ass and take names. It's very interesting to me. To watch this unfold what he did state of the union address on Tuesday. Was beyond masterful. And that's just that's just a fact. There are a couple of a read issues. I think we could applause here we to stop there. Semantically you look at the the mechanism of how he did it. And I guess you can find a thing here or there. But the message was exactly what I needed him to do. It was exactly what you needed him to do. Whether you're on the left or the right? If you're somebody who's an American who loves America loves the constitution loves the factor with a freeze most liberated greatest land on planet earth. What he did on Tuesday should have made you feel good about it. Now, it's not just me flap in my gums. You actually have studies from CBS, and CNN and other outlets. These far left wing legacy media outlets. That did polls the these studies. These polls these surveys. Benny Lana report him, I got to tell you something. They did not want to report them. Seventy six percent of those atrium the poll on CBS. Thought it was a good speech liked what he had to say fifty nine percent on CNN. Thought it was a good speech like what he had to say. And then to add I mean, seriously it actually made his speech. Look, even better. You put Stacy Abrams up there, the loser in Georgia in the gubernatorial race who claims she lost because her people aren't allowed to vote those not one shred of evidence suggesting she happens to be black the black people can't voting Georgia. Not one shred would have you say it enough people will believe it. I need the president to come out and be positive needed him come out and try to galvanize the country didn't become out and rise above the din of noise from the idiots wearing the white outfits. Needed him to come out. And just talk about the greatness of the country with the next steps. Probably should be. That's what I needed him to do. Exactly what he did. How do you not stand up and clap for World War Two veterans? How do you not stand up and clap for somebody who survived the holocaust? How do you not stand up and clap for a guy who saved lives at the synagogue in the Pittsburgh area? How do you not stand up and clap for a young lady who was raising money to stop childhood disease? Then gets one herself. Have you not see the American spirit in these people? We have to right. But you know, in many of these points where the president talked about the lowest unemployment rate for for black people in America, ever, the white outfits didn't stand up and clap. Or about how? It's the lowest Latin unemployment in this country we've ever seen. They sat on their hands. They didn't stand up. Did it stand up and make the full of themselves? Look like a bunch of impudent child. Children a bunch of a bunch of losers. When he talked about women working. And that they had a record number of women in congress. Then they stood up in patted themselves with the back and did a dance a bunch of idiots. I think they thought they thought it was going to be effective. And it was it was affective for the right? It was affective for the president. It was effective for those who believe in traditional American values because we saw exactly who they were. As much as people talk about Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. People don't really see her in action that much. Hear a lot about her just to see her looking like she's about fourteen and is acting out for mommy and daddy. It showed the people watching that speech. A ton people in the left wanted to criticize them. The right was afraid of what he might do. What he did was he came out. And I think that he'd beat every expectation. There's little doubt that he did that. Then Stacey Abrams comes on. I'm not that familiar with. Stacey evans. I I knew what she looked like I knew that she got close in Georgia and a lot of votes in Georgia for somebody who's a far left wing socialist abortion lover, she got a lot of supporting Georgia weird to me. That's weird. Why would people in Georgia that great state support? Somebody. Who is so completely off the beaten path from what normal people there want. And the answer. Probably she's a woman, and because she happens to be black. Probably you get a lot of support. But she lost never conceded. She said the ridiculously immature line. I accept the results of the election. But I don't concede. What what? Accepting the results that say you lost means, you're conceding. Does it really matter? What you say other than that? That's just the truth. She walks out. Look, look, very pretty big smile on her face ready to go at a bunch of people behind her supporting her mainly women. There might have been one man standing back there because a Stacey Abrams America. There are no men, and they're generally speaking on any white people either. I guess. But she walks out. Smile on her face tells the story better dad walking up hill due to work every day of the week fifty two miles each way in the snow up the hill, both ways and no socks or shoes. Ends up giving his jacket if somebody who's homeless those a great story about his dad about her dad being selfless and helping out somebody who is less fortunate that he. And then she somehow transitions from that to the president is the one who shut down the government is a political game or a ploy and he's a racist. Misogynist. And he's just a no good SOB. But I don't want him to fail. What the what the hell was that? It was so disjointed so disconnect I'll give you a give you my my. Overview of which wrong with these responses or these rebuttals are these pre bottles or whatever. Six days a week. I do three hours of radio. I do it without any notes. What I mean is. I mean, I'm not an idiot. I would make stuff up. I read I learned I observe. I get as much information as I can. I'll sometimes read the story live on the air, which I'll do coming up when it comes up to the green new deal, which is just ridiculous. But they don't have any notes about what I want to say or where I wanna go or how I want to deal with it. It's that's not how I do it. I'm not the smartest guy. You'll meet. I'm a reasonably good communicator. We do it for living. But I'm just a human being that takes it information that I'm able to give it back to you or give you my thoughts. Give you my opinion on what I just heard or saw felt smelter or whatever. The left in the response to the Trump's speech a month or so ago. Had a canned pre written teleprompter response where Chuck in ANSI stood there. Like American gothic, look like idiots. They responded to a speech that hadn't been given. What I mean is the president gave a speech, but their response was so disconnected. It's as if they weren't listening. Stacey Abrams did the exact same thing. The other night could she have been affected her side. Sure. What she? No, she. She was horrible. The reason why is she went into the into the rebuttal. Already having written it or had it written for read word for word was on the teleprompter instead of responding to what the president said. And she later admitted you even watch the state of the union address. Now, again, she's probably way smarter than I am. And probably has the ability to be a better communicator than I am. She couldn't sit there. Listen to his speech, and then give a ten minute response really clown boy on the radio me, I can do three hours a day off the top of my head just because I know what it is that that I'm responding to Earl pining about or singing a song about or whatever. That's ridiculous. And that's exactly what she looked like she looked ridiculous. It was a fail. A big time fail. You'll notice the response wasn't done by the it girl on the democrat side. Right wasn't done by a oh, see I would love to have seen her the response and act like petulant child that she is it would open the eyes of people to who this person. Really is yet the media loves her. They can't get enough. Alex, even realized that the media is dickering and and chuckling behind her back. Which is exactly what they're doing. So you saw the speech. Do you agree with the CBS, and the CNN polls that it was a very good speech? It made sense. He said the things he should have said or did you have a problem with it? And what you think about the response. One eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty one eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero joepags dot com. Writer gain iheartradio.

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"stacey evans" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:06 min | 3 years ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The approval rating is back up to fifty percent, which is high. For this time of the presidency. I believe and it's been consistently this way, it's higher than Obama wasn't the same time in his presidency. The the whole idea that the left somehow is going to. Have a resurgence and beat this guy in twenty twenty is slowly, but surely leaving the room because you've got a very radical wing of the democrat party that's pushing his heart as it can to take over. And it includes people like Bernie Sanders, who's not even a democrat. He's a socialist includes people like AFC, not a not a democrat either. Just a just about a communist you. Listen to what she says, just take everything from everybody and the government should handle everything. You got you on Omar. Who is a Israel hating Muslim who is alleged to amid married to her brother. So he could come here and become a legal resident or a citizen then claimed in official court documents that she hadn't seen him in many years. But then there are Facebook pictures were they had seen each other very recently. Just just a liar. She wants ninety percent taxes, then you've got retreated to Leib who wants to impeach the said that to her son. And then repeated it on an open Mike in front of a bunch of people who cheered for her, by the way, that's the wing of this party that we're dealing with. And unlike many of you might want them to shut up. I don't want them to shut up. I want them to keep a put AO there every day. But Bernie Sanders out there every day putting easy blows the other every day. I want the world to see how screwed up the democrat party is I want the world to see how messed up these people are and how radical they want this country to become it'll make for an easier winning twenty twenty for Trump. Ended make it easier to take back the house in twenty twenty because these these not so people have to go. These are anti-american anti traditional American values people who just don't care about this country. They care about some wacked out idea that they got growing up. It's very strange. So I think the president had a great week other d'amerique had a great week. And I think the Democrats continued to show their true colors and to be very interesting. Let me go to the phone lines and say Hello and welcome to line. What it's going to be a holiday in Georgia holiday. What's going on? Great name. Yes. Telling you, gentlemen, announce phone. You a great communicator, you remind me very much related. Ronald reagan. Thank you. Appreciate that crowd. And I guess the other people there cheering for that crowd. What I'm hearing from the news people. Mehta hit run and our president made a failure on. So you follow you wanna believe? And that's just the way it is. Stacey Abrams did a what? Homerun without hope a home run. Trump. He. In fifteen minutes or so. I got to tell you something stays Stacey. Stacey Evans buddy, hit a home run. But the game was golf misuse playing. The wrong game. Did you watch that speech? It was ridiculous. Know what I I went to sleep on Thomas. Donald. So I don't know combined. Well, I watched it. And I watched it. Yes, I'm biased because I'm a conservative as she's not. So I admit openly that I went into that speech expecting her to suck. But man, she was worse than I thought she would be it was actually horrible how she was tearing the president down and tearing the country down after he just gave such an uplifting speech. And I disagree with you. I think a lot of people who wanted the president not to do. Well, had to admit afterwards that he did do. Well. Commentators say now, you know. So you you wanna believe listen when when there are surveys and polls on CBS and CNN that say the American people liked his speech, and they have to admit that on those outlets. They don't like Trump. That tells me a lot doesn't tell you something. You know, I it. Maybe he need a good job. But at one time, but I look at all of the other time that he's got come on. I don't know. You remember some years ago when they were there red? State of the union Metis got up in stood up in TOTO. Bama. He was allow you say that didn't happen that way. What happened was he he never stood up. He'd never stood up holiday. He never stood up. Let let's not remake it. He was sitting there sitting there out. Hello. He was sitting there and Obama said that illegal aliens wouldn't wouldn't get ObamaCare. They wouldn't be covered by ObamaCare, which was ally. And and Wilson said I believe from South Carolina. He yelled you lie, and he shouldn't have done it. It was inappropriate. It was disrespectful, and he should not have done it, even as a conservative. I call that guy out for doing it. He had every opportunity after the speech to say that that wasn't the truth yelling. It out is not the way we do things. So you and I actually agree on that guy. But but let's not act like he stood up and yelled and screamed and jumped up and down. Maybe maybe maybe I missed out called everyone mostly that might have been can't happen again. Ed. We all know. Ross Barnett another man from Mississippi. He never would've made had he not been a great communicator. Right. And. You. I like I told the gentleman a few moments ago. You a great communicator. Thank you, a lot of people will follow you believe what you say. Right because telling the truth, right? Well, you know. Yeah. But now, you if you get you can't decide if I'm telling the truth or not because I think you fell asleep twice during this conversation. You may be right. But. Let me ask you one question. I gotta go. Communicator amazing. Yes. I'm impressed by myself. Yes. Saint. So that that vote. Believe me, I'm gonna tell you like it is my man. Yeah. Wow. A lot of Saturday's I take the time to listen to you for a good communicator. I appreciate that. I keep saying that. But I think you're saying as if I'm communicating all I think that you're saying it not really as a compliment. I think you're saying it because because I'm a good communicator. I could say anything I want people will believe me. See here's the difference. I'm actually telling the truth with Stacey Abrams. Did the other day? She's a great communicator. She sounded like an idiot because she hates the country, and that's a shame. But I.

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"stacey evans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:12 min | 3 years ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There's a lot more to say, and we'll play more clips of Trump's Stacey Abrams and California attorney general heavier Basirah who gave a Democratic Party response in Spanish listeners hold off on costs for the moment. We'll take them in a little while. Our first guest today are Anita Kumar White House correspondent for politico and Allie Vel she MSNBC hosts part of the Vail. She and rule weekday anchor team with Stephanie rule in the network's one o'clock hour, plus alleys own our at three PM, Anita and alley. Thanks so much for the time today. Welcome to WNYC. Thank. Can we talk about that weird defensive moment about investigations, I ally, what did it even mean that he paired war an investigation as the only things that can stop legislation? We'll probably I think what we've learned in the last two years is that there's an audience that that takes the president at his word. So when he says things like that, you know, one of the latest things that he's been talking about is that the wall is being built that there's lots of wall being built, and there's a percentage of Americans probably close to thirty percent who believed that they take him at his word because they've come to disbelieve the media. So when the president says something like that, there's no intellectual economic historical basis for that. It actually doesn't make sense to most people. Those those functions should be working investigative and oversight functions should be working and the economy can work. There's actually there's virtually no connection between the two. In fact, if I were to argue I would say war wild terrible, generally actually gives you an economic boost. So it didn't make any sense whatsoever. Ever and Anita. He actually did say with war. There can't be peace. That was one little weird part of that that stretch. But do you know, the White House correspondent who wrote that speech with its ungrammatical on matching singular and plural in that moment. Maybe it's picky to talk about the English. But I mean, it was tended to be a high publicity highlight the only thing that can stop. It are foolish wars politics or ridiculous partisan investigations that was in the print attacks and text than on his teleprompter. Right. We have been we have been told that Stephen Miller one of his top aides who people might know. He's behind a lot of the immigration policies at the White House. Put out wise one of the authors. I don't think. A speech of this magnitude this length is written by one person. But I think he was the primary author that of course, the president also is involved. I'm not saying that he's writing every line. But he doesn't look at it make notes send it back that sort of thing and Allie apparently though, it didn't see this with my own eyes. I must have looked over Twitter or something just wrong moment. But when Trump said that line, I I understand congressman Adam Schiff chair of the house intelligence committee began to laugh and Pelosi from the podium signaled with her hands for him and other Democrats in the chamber not to. Yes. What did you make of that? Well, so we had heard some reporting ahead of time that Nancy Pelosi had spoken to her gosh members. Obviously the women were wearing white in support of women's voting rights, but she had sort of said, let's let's not take the attention away by antics and responses and things like that. And it was interesting to watch Nancy Pelosi through the whole thing. Not only not having frustrated responses or I rolls. But at the point where Donald Trump made his comment about how many women had been elected, which was really a moment. She got up and applauded Donald Trump for that. When in fact, one might argue the reason there are as many women elected as there are today was because of the strong position that so many women have taken since the election of Donald Trump. So I suppose he could be applauded for that. Because he's a he's a bit of a cause for it. But that growth in the number of women in in the congress was actually in opposition to Donald Trump, not not because of him, right? But the Democrats decided I guess under the leadership of Pelosi indicating to look like the dignified party last night and avoid taking Trump's bait to overreact. Which after all is exactly his and Steve Bannon playbook, that's entirely, right? And I think that it was a successful move. One of the things that's happened. With all the people who doubted, Nancy, Pelosi's strength and vigor in. Ability to do her job in a lot of the new progressives in congress felt that it was time for somebody else. Somebody younger the the skirmishes with Donald Trump since she's become speaker seemed to have invigorated her by some accounts, she won round one by forcing Donald Trump's hand into and then out of the shutdown and with a just over a week to go until we may have another one she seems to be in a strong position. So I think they are really hoping not to compromise with sideshows that that occupy the media. No, Joe Wilson moment for a state of the union. Another contrast last night was that Trump never mentioned the government shutdown. Stacey Abrams did like this making lively livelihood of our federal workers upon for political games is a disgrace the shutdown with a stunt engineered by the president of the United States. One that defied every Tenet of fairness and abandoned not just our people, but our values and here's another state. Abrahams clip that also shows how never mind what the solutions are the two parties can't even agree on what the problems are. Let's be clear voter suppression is real. From making it harder to register and stay on the rolls to moving and closing polling places to rejecting lawful ballots. We can no longer ignore these threats to democracy. So Anita KOMO from politico to hear Stacey Abrams, our central problems revolve around inequality rigged, even more by the Trump tax Bill. She used the word rigged while to Trump inequality was never mentioned and our problems come mostly from immigrants, Iran and socialism. How you hear the contrast and its political implications. Yeah. I mean, definitely there were certain things. I mean, there were two totally different totally different things that they focused on, you know, Stacey Evans also mentioned two things about gun. She had many things that she mentioned that he didn't mention at all, and you and you hit a couple of those. But this was what the president wanted to. This is what he's going to campaign on. This is what he wants to push for the next year. He he dealt a lot with immigration, but not the repercussions of that meeting, the shutdown and a lot of people pretty upset about that. A lot of Democrats were upset about it. I know Senator Mark Warner who represents Virginia a lot of federal workers. I thought we were supposed to here so Lucien to this impasse, which there might be another government shutdown in another week or so, but we didn't hear that part. So, you know, the the White House had assured us last week that he would offer a bipartisan way forward that was there. Were there words on this possibility of a shutdown how to fund the wall, or do whatever they want to do to make a deal, but we didn't hear that particular part of it? No. In fact, he invoked bipartisanship and unity at the very beginning of the speech, and then went on to give kind of a typical Trump nationalist address, not that he's the only politician ever to invoke unity as an abstract idea. And then go on to appeal to his base. But he certainly did that last night. So for both of you, and Anita I as a matter of political analysis who were they each talking to last night. Did you think that Trump was primarily doing what he usually does just trying to stoke the fires of his base that thirty five percent or whatever it is to keep them, loyal and inflamed? Or was he trying to, cultivate, any kind of? A bigger audience with this big platform before he went for reelection presumably in twenty twenty on the Stacey Abrams side, I've heard so much analysis that they picked her to encourage her to run for US Senate from Georgia in twenty twenty. But I feel like it must also be more than that. The Democratic Party establishment wanted Stacey Abrams out there. To look certain way or to deliver a certain message or some combination. So who who do you think he was actually trying to address? Sure, I think the president had two different speeches in one. Right. Maybe that's why eighty minute. I mean, he definitely wise had moments where he was talking to his base that immigration talk with what he has talked about before his talk about trade and China ending endless wars. I mean, those are the things that he's talked about for a long time. He talked about in twenty sixteen. He's talked about the first two years, and those are things that member piece of people that are, you know, have been supportive of him want to hear any plans on campaigning on that. But there were definitely moments where he tried to appeal to other people, and those were the more patriotic moment if you will that you were talking about talking about the holocaust survivor. And the little girl who had brain cancer. I mean, there were definitely those feel good moments that you're used to in the state of the union address. But is that going to resonate beyond? You know, a few hours another day. That's how long the state of the union. We'll probably be around tomorrow. We'll be talking about something else. I don't think that that's going to he may have tried to appeal to a broader off. But I don't think it's going to last because this is President Trump the next day today. He'll be off doing something else. They'll be disparaging someone or until someone or tweeting about something. They just announced that he's having his I make America great again rally Monday in Texas. No, I think, you know, by by the first this year, he'll be he'll be off, you know, doing more of a parties in parties and talk, but it was an interesting speech because it was a little bit of both. We Stacey Abrams. It was clear that they the Democratic Party thinks that she is a rising star. I heard all sorts of last night about how this woman should run for president. And that she really has a future in the party. But you're right. It is someone that the the type of person it was her message was good. But they also wanted to portray a type of person, right? This is someone win working class roots. She she said that she went between I think middle class and working poor. And she that beginning of her speech described that her biography, and what it was like growing up and things that she's learned from her family. And I thought they, you know, the Democratic Party thinks that she has a good message to share about the values that they want to represent now L E L she same. Yes. So I think that whenever I hear who's giving the response it always gives me a little chill because that that can be the kiss of death. That is just as often worked against somebody as for them..

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"stacey evans" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:29 min | 3 years ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"By them. And I can think of nobody better than the founder of turning point USA one of the most important organizations in America today. None other than Charlie Kirk who's joining us now live to tell me what's going on with the DNC, Charlie. What is the DNC? Oh, by the way, before we get to your response. This is quite an individual last week. There's a call on Twitter Charlie's been rushed to the hospital. We need prayers for Charlie. And he, you know, he's back in fighting for more ready, but even from the ER even from the hospital. I think I was counting him averaging about ten tweets an hour. Charlie. Is there any time? When you're the president. Do you have is your Twitter machine inserted into your arm? They can't keep me down. Dr. You know? I I was there, you know, getting treatment at the phone. I gotta we're going to be happy. All right. Glad you're back in the front line. Charlie. What are the dams? Love loses. Well, it's really I mean, first of all they they don't think as much in terms of, you know, people win elections or lose elections. They're trying to go back to a failed strategy identity politics and Abrams. This is kind of her consolation prize for trying I guess that's what they're saying. But look they their playbook going at twenty twenty trying to send a message is we can't be President Trump on ideas. We can't beat him on results. We're gonna have to go to identity, politics and. The Democrats have been successful potentially in this really since two thousand. But it didn't work for them with Hillary. Who said I'm a woman turn doubling down on the thing that got Hillary second-place, yes towards racial identity politics. And that's and for those that don't know Stacey Evans. African American woman and her whole message is about identity politics. It's not about you. Pluribus or about your boyfriend? Dr Gorka that character should matter a lot more skin color, instead her whole that's trying to I honestly divisive. It's trying to regale the nice, you know, the democrat party based on very I think dangerous racial stereotypes. And that's really what she's trying to be what the democrat party is going to do moving forward. And so, and I just think it's comical because the person who wants to give the response to the U N, very well. You're on your panties, the third, you know, he gave that very awkward. Yes. From Massachusetts in front of a car or something like that? Yes. And time and time again, just didn't go very well. So basically everyone's. Political career hasn't gone too. Well, so I guess it can't go much worse. But to answer your original point, this is the state house, and it goes to show that no one actually wants to give the response to the state of union this president. So they give it to someone who lost their gubernatorial election one that had tons of support tons of Hollywood funding. If you remember yes, celebrity all these actors were out in Georgia trying to help Stacy aprons. And by the way, this needs to be certain Dr Gorka she did not concede ever if I'm not mistaken. Bitterly for weeks, refusing to concede saying that this was stolen. Incidentally today like losers. They like soldiers. Yeah. Maybe she thinks she's the governor. I don't know let let's talk about the the person who's already anointed herself as the front. Rub a front runner. Another person who is riding on a message of identity politics. And that's Kamala Harris, she gave some very very disturbing statements this week with in the town hall with Jake tapper. Do you think if we're already seeing her in a totalitarian this woman who just said in the in the flip comment and the laughed but who needs private healthcare? We'll just get rid of all that you think she's going to let more of the the real Kamala Harris peak out from behind the curtain in the next year and a half. Oh, I think we're gonna look student. He considered a moderate compared to some of these other people that are going to announce and looks very Warhurst. She's been working on this season primed for well over a year for this moment for radical ideas. Studying abolishing private health insurance. I mean, really that's worth the democrat party is right now. Me confirms those of us like you. And I Dr Gorka for year, I think ObamaCare is nothing more than a wrecking ball towards the the healthcare system. Just trying to get us to socialize healthcare. Well, the democrat party is there now they broke our healthcare system. And now they want to nationalize it. Socialize it and never forget that collectivist. Love chaos. Chaos allows them to to assume control never let a crisis. Go to waste mayor Rahm Emanuel or former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel used to say and Kamala Harris, look what she's talking about. She said we have a crisis with climate change. We need to have a green energy point. We've a crisis in healthcare. And so they create actually use their own terms against them. They manufacture crisis is that they can assume control over the life of our of our citizens, and she is so powerful angry when I see her I see someone who is willing to do anything to assume power anything you could just see it in answer questions. You can see her unwillingness to negotiate with any any conservative whatsoever. Namely, we never forget how vile. Title her treatment wise towards Justice Caldas in that hearing how low she went how she refused to look at the facts and the evidence. And that's the type of person that the Democrats want to put up also Pierre. And by the way, I wouldn't want to be up front. The election or whatever it is. So go ahead camel have have your time. Maybe. Nominee, but it's a very very long primary season. Why would you not want to be a front runner so far? I think that makes more vulnerable. People primary voters in particular as they like come-from-behind story state, and she has so much baggage. I mean, kind of the old joke we used to pay like Hillary, but with camel Harris like when she lands are playing playing for an extra point for all the baggage. But it's definitely true with with her attorney, general and state politics in California how she built her career how she started hickory. I mean, Brown shirts, and that that's that's gonna come out. And and so I wouldn't want to be a front runner this far out or whatever they call it. And it's still going to be ten twenty people announce for president. And I think it's gonna be quite interesting. If you see Bloomberg Howard Schultz run here, and they're going to cut a moderate positions, the democrat party, which will not be colored by their base airbase has Marxist in full, collectivist Amir policy posture, and and more alarming than anything else is now some here's a referendum on the idea of America. You're you're hurt. Campbell Herrick Baker mistakes, we are still a racist, bigoted, homophobic, transphobic. And she says the thirty words country, and I say to myself. Well, why do you want to be president of that country? Horrible place because she because she was the change it you all listen to you. You're listening to Charlie cook founder and.

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"stacey evans" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"stacey evans" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Was I was there, you know, getting treatment at the phone. I gotta. We're going. All right. Glad you're back in the front line. Charlie. What are the dams? Love loses. Well, it's really I mean, first of all they they don't think much in terms of, you know, people win elections or or lose elections. They're trying to go back to a failed strategy of identity politics and Abrams. This is kind of her consolation prize for trying I guess that's what they're saying. But but look their playbook going twenty twenty try to send a message is we can't be President Trump on ideas. We can't beat him on results. We're gonna have to go to identity politics. And that's really the only way the Democrats have been successful essentially on this really since two thousand but it didn't work for them with Hillary. Who said I'm a woman in turn doubling down on on the thing that got Hillary second-place. Yes. Towards racial identity politics. And that's and for those that don't know Stacey Evans asking every woman and her whole message is about identity politics. It's not about you. Pour. This on or about things. Dr Gorka that character should matter a lot for skin color, instead her whole that's trying to I honestly, it's trying to Redel the ninth, you know, the democrat party based on very dangerous, racial stereotypes. And that's really what she's trying to do. And what the democrat party is going to do moving forward. And so I just think it's because the person has to give a response to the state of the union end, very well. You're on your at Kennedy, the third, you know, he gave that very awkward. Yes. From Massachusetts in front of a car or something like that? Yes. And. Again, just go very well. So. Political career hasn't gone too. Well, so I guess it can't go much worse. But to answer your original point, this is a bench they have. And it kind of goes to show that no one actually wants to give the response union to this president. So they give it to someone who lost their gubernatorial election one that had the support tons of Hollywood funding. If you remember, yes, celebrities and all these actors were out in Georgia trying to help Stacy Lyn. And by the way, this needs to be Dr Gorka, she did not to cede ever if I'm not mistaken that stink bitterly for weeks, refusing to concede saying that this was stolen. Loser's. They like soldiers. Yeah. Maybe she thinks she's the governor. I don't know. Let's talk about the person who's already anointed herself as the front rub front runner. Another person who is riding on a message of identity politics. And that's Kamala Harris, she gave some very very disturbing statements this week with in the town hall with Jake tapper. Do you think if we're already seeing in a totalitarian this woman who just sitting in the flip comment on the left who needs private healthcare? We'll just get rid of all that you think she's going to let more of the the real Kamala Harris peak out from behind the curtain in the next year and a half. Oh, I think we're gonna look to be considered a moderate compared to some of these other people that are going to announce and looks very Warhurst. She's been working on this year in prime for well over a year for this moment. And but a lot of ideas studying abolishing private health insurance. I mean, really that's worth the democrat party is right now, we're told me confirmed. Those of us like you, and Dr Gorka per year, I have been saying ObamaCare is nothing more than a wrecking ball towards the the healthcare system is trying to get us to socialize healthcare or the democrat party's there. Now, they broke our healthcare system. And now they want to nationalize it. Socialize it and never forget collectivist. Love chaos chaos allows them to to to to a server control. Never let a crisis. Go to waste. What mayor Rahm Emanuel or former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel used to say and camel heresy. Look what she's talking about. She said we have a crisis with climate change. We need to have a green energy plan. We have a crisis in health care. And so they create. You know to use their own terms against them. They manufacture crisis is that they can assume control over the lives of our of our citizens, and she is so powerful angry when I see her I see someone who is willing to do anything to assume power anything you can just see it in bushy answer questions. You can see it per unwillingness to negotiate with any any conservative whatsoever. And we never forget how revile her treatment was towards Justice callous in that hearing. How low she went how she refused to look at the facts and the evidence how she judgment, and that's the type of person that the Democrats want to put up also by the way, I wouldn't wanna be a five hundred nineteen months the election, or whatever it is. So go ahead camel have have your time in the sun. Maybe she'll be the nominee. But it's a very very long primary. Why would you not want to be a front runner so far? I think that makes them more vulnerable. Well, it just people voters in particular. They say come from behind stories state, and she has so much baggage. I mean, kind of the old joke. Say like Hillary, Pamela, Harris stuff like true when she lands are playing the plane for an extra point vaulted baggage. But it's definitely true it with her with his attorney, general and state politics in California how she built hickory house. She started hickory. I mean, where would they Brown shirts, and that's gonna come out. And and so I I wouldn't want to be a front runner this far out or whatever they call it. And they're still going to be ten twenty people announce for president. And I think it's gonna be quite interesting. If you see Bloomberg Howard Schultz run here, and they're gonna try to moderate positions, the democrat party, which will not be tolerated by their base their bass.

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Georgia governor's race: Cagle, Kemp headed to GOP runoff vote, Dems choose Abrams as nominee

Kilmeade & Friends with Brian Kilmeade

01:35 min | 4 years ago

Georgia governor's race: Cagle, Kemp headed to GOP runoff vote, Dems choose Abrams as nominee

"In the traffic center steve winslow wsb continuing team coverage of the race were on governor casey k go wins the republican primary but doesn't get enough votes to avoid a runoff with secretary of state ryan camp wsb political analyst bill crane i think nathan deal they have to come off the sidelines he's not then actively involved with eighty four percent approval ratings and going out kind of you know with the sunset behind him you may see him get engaged in this race and in this runoff the winner of the gop runoff on july twenty four th will face democrat stacey abrams in november the former house minority leader easily beat former state representative stacey evans racer tenant governor will feature a runoff between republicans david shaffer and jeff duncan sarah emeco wins the democratic primary over triana james johns creek state representative brad raffin burger and alfa reta mayor david belle isle will meet in the gop runoff for secretary of state former congressman john barrow wins a three candidate race for the democratic nomination republican jim avoids a runoff with jay florence to win the gop nomination for insurance commissioner and the democratic primary janice laws defeated cindy zeldin state school superintendent richard woods wins the republican primary over former superintendent john barge democrats oath thorton ansett chapman will meet in a july twenty four th runoff for a complete list of georgia election results go to wsb radio dot com wsb sports brokenbat on contact he's coming.

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North Korea warns US as it suspends South Korea talks over military drills

Atlanta's Morning News

02:03 min | 4 years ago

North Korea warns US as it suspends South Korea talks over military drills

"Here we are less than a week wait till the primary and just a couple of days early voting left with anemic turnout what do you make of the kind of spending now we're going to see the next few days from these candidates for governor especially on what i'm hearing that we might see twenty two million dollars worth of ads here before we're all done on the gop side there's obviously a battle for that runoff tradition if there is one against casey k go on there are two republican contenders hunter hill and secretary state brian kamm who've been amping up their spending and a third who started driving around in a deportation bus this week to draw attention to the conservative of their candidacy and try to get into a runoff on on the democratic side the spending has been pretty consistent but stacey evans has more money left to spend leading into tuesday's general primary election and then of course the july runoff which follows the channel two debates is scheduled for this sunday one pm for the democrats two pm for republicans and as i understand it up until yesterday casey k goal was not planning to comedy changed his mind what do you make of that as we understand it he had declined in that he's such a significant front runner knowing that a five person debate he's gonna take the majority of the shots but obviously some wsb radio talk show host weighed in on that yesterday and addition to that there was an assessment but losing audience or having a thirty second ads showing an empty podium made me more damaging than the shots he might take this late in the game with most early voting already in so he will be joining the field at two pm live and wsb studios and aired also live here on wwl radio these threats that north korea now about waffling on attending the summit with president trump in june first of all better north korea watchers are saying they will wail sued you expect is president trump worried i doubt it the north koreans object every military exercises the united states has with south korea which are principally about defending south korea in this case the max thunder annual drills have up to one hundred aircraft of ours primarily but some the south korean pilots flying along the border in the demilitarized zone every time we have this type of activity or at sea kim jon and objects and.

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