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Attorney General Merrick Garland Shows His True Colors

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 2 d ago

Attorney General Merrick Garland Shows His True Colors

"Merrick Garland was supposed to be on the United States Supreme Court. Remember when justice Antonin Scalia passed away. The great Antonin Scalia. Then president Barack Hussein Obama proposed that we need to have kind of a healing and kind of coming together period, and we're going to have a moderate come on the U.S. Supreme Court. We're going to have Merrick Garland as he's not far to the left. He's not far to the right. He's kind of going to be like Anthony Kennedy. Now to his great credit, senator Mitch McConnell said no, that's not going to happen. We're going to wait to the election. We're going to see what happens. The election occurred, and Merrick Garland remained in limbo. And never got his appointment to the United States Supreme Court. Merrick Garland always kind of had the appearance. He always kind of had the disguise, the camouflage, the uniform of being a very moderate individual both in his temperament and also his politics. Merrick Garland always kind of had a way of saying, I don't want to bring the country too far in one direction, but my duty is to the rule of law. Now Merrick Garland has showed his true colors the last 6 or 7 months ever since becoming attorney general of the United States. He is without a doubt, one of the most radical, craven, one of the most dangerous attorney generals in American history, I will even say, in some ways Merrick Garland is doing things that Eric holder and Loretta lynch did not even do when they were attorney general of the United

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Democrat DAs Continue to Harass President Trump and His Family Business

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 3 d ago

Democrat DAs Continue to Harass President Trump and His Family Business

"Trump organization already under indictment faces new criminal inquiry Former president Trump's family business already under indictment in Manhattan which is an outrage Absolute outrage And we can thank the United States Supreme Court for this by the way It's facing criminal investigation by another prosecutor's office that has been to examine financial dealings at a golf course the company owns according to people with knowledge of the matter She have these elected Democrat dies The Supreme Court opened the door to this and so this poor man and his businesses are being harassed left and right Here is a man that comes in off as a multi billionaire with God knows how many properties that he has built and improved and other people he's made relatively wealthy in the thousands and thousands of people who he is employed And then you have somebody like Barack Obama who comes in office leaves office he and his lovely wife Michelle become worth hundreds of millions of dollars selling their fame Al Gore worth over a $150 million selling his fame That is their brand Same of the clintons They come in off as with nothing these people Nothing And are worth hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars afterwards and nobody cares Donald Trump comes in office with multi-billions and he

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 Trump sits for deposition in lawsuit brought by demonstrators alleging assault

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 d ago

Trump sits for deposition in lawsuit brought by demonstrators alleging assault

"Donald Trump is scheduled to provide a deposition in New York today in a case about his security teams crackdown on a protest during the early days of his presidential campaign according to court papers the former president will record the deposition at trump tower the lawsuit stems from a September third twenty fifteen protest outside the tower over negative comments trump made about Mexican immigrants six of the protesters said they were roughed up and there is video of the incident state Supreme Court judge Doris Gonzalez denied an effort by trump to quash a subpoena ordering him to testify the judge said trump's argument that there must be exceptional circumstances to depose a high ranking government official did not apply because he was being called to answer for conduct outside of office I'm

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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Brings Lawsuit Against ASU

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:01 min | Last week

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Brings Lawsuit Against ASU

"Okay, so now I want to get into where you can talk a little bit more about this. Is that right? Yes. Yes and no. I mean, we should preface this with well, let me preface it for my personal opinion. I think colleges are ripping people off. Yes. I think it's become a legalized scam for a lot of young people and you and I kind of hit it off when you started to say, well, Charlie, you don't understand what ASU has been doing. And so this is kind of like the third rail in our office here because we have so many that went ASU and they have some sort of loyalty to it. You want ASU to support a sun devil. There you go. And so for me, I just think they're ripping people off, families are going into debt and it's not right. The floor is yours. Walk us through what you're doing from the attorney general's office. This issue. And let me just preface this by saying that in the difficulty is, look, I literally the university and their law firm Perkins cooey his father more than 200 page bar complaint against. And people don't know that. And even my own lawyer has told me not to talk about it. I've been told not to talk about the subject, and that's why just this past week, the state Supreme Court accepted one of our cases for statesmen court on one of our lawsuits against the university sweetheart real estate deals. They accepted that case, and so then you get folks at me as you criticizing a saying stuff, but I'm not allowed to say anything because I can't I'm a lawyer so they file bar complaints every time I say anything can I say something about that though, which is that this is exactly what they do. Anyone up and down the conservative ladder and I know you have to be careful commenting on this for obvious reasons, but they go through the politics of personal destruction. Yeah. Like, you start to investigate something we don't like. We're going to use Perkins cooey or whatever coy, which is Hillary Clinton's like favorite law firm, by the way. Alongside, you know, the other one she used to use all the money that the dossier but Facebook uses Perkins, you know, Goldman Sachs does all of them to try to go after you to try to suppress you. And that means you're doing something significant. Well, I'm going to tell the folks from the university and from Perkins cooey. That means we're going to have to listen its entire podcast. We're going to have to listen to this because this is what happens. They listen to me whenever I talk about them, and then all of a sudden there'll be some things like this on, you know, this show would ever. So I have not actually talked about this for a long time. So thank you for letting me talk about this because I feel like it's been before and so this our lawsuit actually began or my fight with the universities began. And I didn't want. I mean, you've done amazing job amazing work exposing the hypocrisy and the left wing bias universities. I did not feel folks like you were doing it. I did not want to become this anti whatever higher education person, but what happened was we were involved in litigation is all started. The universities, here in Arizona, we're giving in state tuition for people that didn't have legal status. So we literally in 2017 went to the Court of Appeals we won. Three nothing at the Court of Appeals because voters in 2006 in Arizona had approved a ballot measure that said, if you do not have legal status, you can not get in state tuition. Period,

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Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Terry McAuliffe Still Hung on 2000 Election

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Terry McAuliffe Still Hung on 2000 Election

"I just played for you the discussion on critical race theory He doesn't even know what it is He knows the teacher should have no say in the school system Excuse me He knows that parents parents should have no say in the school system that teachers and their unions and the educational bureaucrats and the superintendents should control everything meaning the left Doesn't matter what your kids are taught about sex and perversion and immorality It doesn't matter what your kids are talking about race And racism and that they get sucked into that whole mindset That's where Terry mcauliffe is But it's even worse than that This reporter was really quite good on Fox 43 last night which is the a local station And again in this round table discussion you see turn a caller said that the election of George Bush was illegitimate The bush was actually beaten by Al Gore That's what he said And yet when it comes to Trump of course Trump is crazy for raising any questions about this last election right Take a listen to this Go ahead But in 2004 you said this about the election where president Bush beat Al Gore Let's go back to Florida We actually won the last presidential election folks They stole my president's election Okay so first I want to talk about this Was president George Bush legitimately elected Well we went through a very contentious 2000 if you remember And I remind you it went all the way to the United States Supreme Court And it took them through the second week of December they actually make a decision and the Supreme Court for the first time in the history of our country stopped the counting of ballots in

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The Purpose of Pennsylvania Litigation: To Reinforce the Constitutional Voting System

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

The Purpose of Pennsylvania Litigation: To Reinforce the Constitutional Voting System

"Point of the Pennsylvania litigation isn't the reverse The results of the last election the points the point of the Pennsylvania litigation is to put back in place The constitutional voting system one legislature one governor one elected States Supreme Court can't rewrite the state constitution And then poison the electoral process leaching into the federal constitutional system That just can't stand So these changes in the voting system in Pennsylvania are unconstitutional under state law And by the way it's not even a close call It's beyond obvious They didn't go through the amendment procedures You can't change the voting system at Pennsylvania by statute They did not go through the amendment process They shortcut it Now I don't expect the Democrats to support this They're crooked as hell That's the nature of American Marxism So what they led against are trying to do is to make sure going forward In future elections in 2022 and 2024 and by the way also in state elections That the constitutional electoral process is in place If the process is to be changed they have to go through the amendment process that did not happen

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Virginia Gubernatorial Candidates Youngkin, McAuliffe Participate in Roundtable Discussion Thursday

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Virginia Gubernatorial Candidates Youngkin, McAuliffe Participate in Roundtable Discussion Thursday

"Terry mcauliffe beat himself up last night in a one on to interview in the so-called virginia roundtable and he just punched himself out. If it was a fight they would have stopped it. They said terry wanna leave now. Because you're so bad. Glenn young already winning glenn. Young gonna win you. You're desperate and you're terrible. I wanna go in reverse order of his nightmare comments last night and for the rest of the country. Terry mcauliffe is indeed the same terry mcauliffe. You've heard about for forty years. He's the jack the lad. Virginia politics is just a sort of buffoonish character. Arrogant smug everything. You don't want an elected official in old and around forever in reverse order of bad answers. Let's start with his lease bat. Answer where he tries to avoid the fact he called for overturning. The election of two thousand and and threw dirt on two thousand and four cut number fifteen in two thousand four. You said this about the election. Where president bush beat al gore. Let's go back to florida president. Jose okay so i i want to talk about. This was president. George bush legitimately elected but we went to a very contentious. Two thousand if you remember and remind you. It went all the way to the united supreme court and it took them through the second week of december to actually make a decision and the supreme court for the first time the history of our country. Stop the counting of ballots in florida in overturned the local virginia or the florida supreme court. So he got sworn once you're sworn we gotta move on but do not forget. That was very important. That the supreme court of florida stopped. The counting. a balanced wasn't the case in twenty twenty. Well you came out with a new ad this week challenging mr young kuenz prioritizing election integrity. You said glen again casting doubt on election result and putting trump's conspiracy theories i. This behavior is dangerous. And it's disqualifying so my question to you is. What is the difference between what you've said and when you're accusing him of well i'll say it again. That case in two thousand went to the united states supreme court.

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Biden vs. Kavanaugh Sex Allegations Show Democrats' Jaw-Dropping Hypocrisy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden vs. Kavanaugh Sex Allegations Show Democrats' Jaw-Dropping Hypocrisy

"Moore back during the brett cavanaugh. Hearings that was three years ago. It's amazing to think three years ago. Brett cavenaugh stood in front of the united states senate to be confirmed to the united states. Supreme court you remember how the media covered brett cavenaugh as an attempted rapist. You see revolutionary movements like rich versus poor poor versus rich women against men and black versus white are helpful as a means to an end to get political power. The brett cavenaugh example was a great example of how they were trying to use a moment of a movement to try to get political power but if actually ever threatened one of their own they might send andrew cuomo out to pasture but they could replace it with the democrat. They might send an al franken out to pasture but they can replace it with a democrat but if ever was sending a joe biden out to pasture which means that a republican become president. No way because power in regards to what the left values what they prioritize is much higher on the hierarchy than actually caring about believing all women play cut sixty eight and attempted rape as though yes my supreme court nominee may be. An attempted rapists is attempted. Rapes potential attempted rape attempted rape. This is charge of attempted. Attempted rape a curry that is so critical to the nomination of judge. Cavanaugh high school drunk at attempted rape and attempted rape. This is a small example of what we had to deal with three years ago. But of course. Joe biden under credible accusations of groping women who worked for him tara reid and otherwise ignore it because we need him to become president so we can control the executive branch of the government

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Biden Announces Vaccine Plan for Employers

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:03 min | Last month

Biden Announces Vaccine Plan for Employers

"Vaccine requirements just announced by president biden are not out of the blue. They're not even the first ones we had for. Covert nineteen as new york times notes today. We've already got experience with large employers starting to require vaccination at among other things. But we've learned from that experience so far. Is that the requirements work. They succeed at their goal of getting more people to get the shot last month. For example the pentagon announced that active duty military personnel would have to get vaccinated that has just been announced so far. They haven't hit a deadline for it yet. But already the proportion of active duty personnel. Who had the shot has gone from. Seventy six percent to eighty three percent. Same deal with the. Va seven weeks ago. The va told its frontline. Health workers they had to get the shot since then the number of va frontline workers who've been vaccinated has gone from seventy seven percent up to eighty two percent and still rising same deal at private sector employers like united airlines for example employees. There were told last month that they'd have until october. Twenty fifth to get vaccinated. Well s- only september tenth. Now there's still plenty of time before that deadline hits but already just since laying out that eventual requirement the majority of united airlines workers who weren't vaccinated before that announcement have since become vaccinated. We know it works and we've had plenty of other vaccine requirements throughout our history. That have also worked. But as the president indicated today we also know that republican governors and republican elected officials will sue and try to stop these new policies as if they're totally novel as if this is some brand new idea. The united states supreme court has ruled multiple times going back more than a century that it is not unconstitutional to require americans to get a vaccine. Even if a person doesn't want to in the context of a serious public health threat you can be required to be vaccinated. They ruled that way back in one thousand nine five in the context of mandatory smallpox vaccine requirement in massachusetts. They ruled that way in nineteen twenty two in the context of vaccines being required of students if they wanted to attend

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Biden Administration Sues Texas Over Abortion Ban

The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

02:00 min | Last month

Biden Administration Sues Texas Over Abortion Ban

"Came out of washington late on thursday night. London time with the announcement by the attorney. General of the united states. Merrick garland that the biden administration will be suing the state of texas taking out a federal lawsuit. It all relates to a move by texas which is widely regarded as the most extreme restriction on abortion rights since the landmark nineteen seventy-three ruling known as rovers his weight. He came into effect last week. By decision of the united states supreme court and all of the last week liberals and democrats and abortion rights activists have been debating. What can be done. What can the democrats do. What in particular can the democrat in the white house. Joe biden do well now. We know the first step that the administration is gain to take but earlier. This week i talked to the guardian. Us columnist maurer donnegan who's written extensively about abortion rights in the us. And i began by asking more. Don't again to sketch out the political landscape these last fifty years and the role abortion rights as an issue has played in that charting the nearly fifty years since that landmark decision of roe versus wade. The other major story. Today is the decision of the united states. Supreme court handed down a historic decision about abortion. The court said and so when roe v wade was decided in early nineteen seventy-three. It was actually a pretty uncontroversial decision. It was a seven to two decision. The majority opinion which legalized abortion in all fifty states was written by a justice who had been appointed by republican president who was fairly popular in fact at the time. Abortion rights were popular writ large. That really started to

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Robert E. Lee Statue Taken Down in Richmond, Virginia

CNN 5 Things

01:03 min | Last month

Robert E. Lee Statue Taken Down in Richmond, Virginia

"Of the largest publicly standing confederate statues in the us. A twelve ton. One depicting general robert e. lee was taken down today in richmond. Virginia's historic monument avenue. That was the reaction from demonstrators. There the moment the statue came down. The statue joins other confederacy symbols that have been removed in the commonwealth and across the country. Governor ralph northam announced a plan for the statues removal in june twenty twenty amid nationwide racial justice protests but legal challenges delayed the removal until the state supreme court ruled in favor of it last week. State officials said the statue will be placed in secure storage at a state owned facility until a decision is made on what to do with it. Officials say the pedestal. The lease statue sat on will remain in place as a way for the community to reimagined monument avenue

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Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue From State Capital

CNN 5 Things

01:03 min | Last month

Virginia Removes Robert E. Lee Statue From State Capital

"Of the largest publicly standing confederate statues in the us. A twelve ton. One depicting general robert e. lee was taken down today in richmond. Virginia's historic monument avenue. That was the reaction from demonstrators. There the moment the statue came down. The statue joins other confederacy symbols that have been removed in the commonwealth and across the country. Governor ralph northam announced a plan for the statues removal in june twenty twenty amid nationwide racial justice protests but legal challenges delayed the removal until the state supreme court ruled in favor of it last week. State officials said the statue will be placed in secure storage at a state owned facility until a decision is made on what to do with it. Officials say the pedestal. The lease statue sat on will remain in place as a way for the community to reimagined monument avenue

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Joe Scarborough Plays Lawyer Discussing Texas Abortion Law

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last month

Joe Scarborough Plays Lawyer Discussing Texas Abortion Law

"Joe Scarborough. Claims to be an attorney. Honestly, I haven't wasted time looking into his background that much, but I suspect he was a slip and fall lawyer or something of that sort. I don't know. I don't know. But I want you to listen to this cut. 17. Mr. Producer Go. I guess what really surprises me the most is The United States Supreme Court that five justices on the U. S. Supreme Court would take away a constitutionally protected right recognized as written into the constitution for half a century and do it based purely on procedural grounds. Now his net witchery knows no bounds. Number one. The court often rules on procedural grounds. Most courts do Um, cases need to be ripe. There needs to be standing. In fact, there's rules of civil procedure. Rules of criminal procedure. Supreme Court rules of procedure. I don't know if job I never found his way into the inside of a Federal courthouse. While he was obviously one of the most brilliant lawyers to ever practice law. But procedure is a big issue. You could be disbarred if you're a dummy, and you don't understand procedure, but that aside The court simply said This isn't right. You haven't Used all your judicial avenues yet. We may or may take it up when it's right. Oh, my God. What the hell is going on here? We want abortions free, constant. For everyone and anyone at any time. It's the right did choose. Wait a minute. It's a baby. No, it's not follow the sign. I mean, no, it's not.

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Justices Blast Texas Abortion Ruling

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:59 min | Last month

Justices Blast Texas Abortion Ruling

"All four dissenting judges justices filed opinions. Some scathing against the majority's refusal to block that texas law that virtually bands abortion chief justice. John roberts who joined the court's three liberals wrote quote the statutory scheme before the court is not only unusual but unprecedented end quote justice. Sonia so to my order was much more direct quote saying quote a majority of justices have opted to bury their heads in the sand. She goes on to say it cannot be the case that a state can evade federal judicial scrutiny. By outsourcing the enforcement of unconstitutional laws to its citizenry with us again. I kneel cocktail department of justice veteran and former acting solicitor general during the obama administration. He argued dozens of cases before the united states supreme court. Neil good to see you. Thank you for being with us. We need your clarity on this. What did chief justice john roberts in describing this as unusual and unprecedented the bottom line is the supreme court basically gave a thumbs up to the overruling of roe versus wade so abortion clinics as of yesterday in texas are essentially closed to all patients. And what the court west texas yesterday can be enacted tomorrow in other states in deed will other states Code already Said they're gonna try to enact such legislation and so with the chief justice was referring to was. This is a really weird. Texas scheme outlawed abortion after six weeks effectively. But it said the state isn't gonna enforced instead. It created vigilante justice. Any private citizen could sue anyone. Who's helping anyone get an abortion so if you'd like take an uber to the ocean clinic this law said you can the uber driver and sue them anywhere in texas including far away from their homes and seek ten thousand dollars in damages against them plus attorneys

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Texas' Ban on School Mask Mandates Temporarily Denied by Court

Chris Salcedo

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Texas' Ban on School Mask Mandates Temporarily Denied by Court

"The taxes Supreme Court is temporarily allowing school districts to implement mask mandates. Correspondent Tanya J. Powers has more the Texas Supreme Court's ruling leaves in place. A temporary restraining order from Travis County Judge Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Governor Greg Abbott had wanted the state Supreme Court to overrule that judge. Here's what all that means. Some school districts in Texas have been putting their own mask mandates in place in opposition to Governor Greg Abbott's ban on them. The court has now cleared the way for those districts to enact their own mask rules. Meanwhile, although Covid 19 vaccinations have increased in recent weeks, the delta variant continues to spread rapidly among the unvaccinated, including Children. According to the Texas Tribune. The two main groups that remain unvaccinated across Texas are white conservatives in rural areas, along with Hispanics and blacks in big cities. Among the unvaccinated are five million Children, many of them who are not eligible for the vaccine. Overall, about nine million vaccine eligible Texans have not gotten the shot just over 50% of Texans are fully

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Phill Kline on the State of the Judicial System in America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:16 min | 2 months ago

Phill Kline on the State of the Judicial System in America

"You give us your. You'll you'll reasoned experienced snapshot of the state of the judicial system in america today. Just how bad is it will. generally i don't i don't have As it relates to elections criticism of the united states supreme court because it sees its role is very limited and the opportunity provided in our laws that have been passed by state. Legislators in congress do not afford sufficient time to investigate an election before a president is sworn in so in other words the united states surpreme court will look at treating people differently under the law. That's their primary concern about the election process. Our voters treated differently based on class. And i will tell you sebastian. They were this time but there hasn't been sufficient time to really develop that evidence into a court case of from the twenty twenty election. It takes time what the supreme court was. Essentially saying is this beyond that it's up to the state legislature that's who the constitution gives the responsibility to to determine the presidential electors and to determine the time place and manner of elections. It's a political question whether we should have faith in the election and the political leaders need to decide that and in that way the court i believe is correct and the real failure. That's unspoken of is the state legislatures. Well we'll talk about the states in a second and i'll take your word for it. But but surely t to reason as the supreme court did after november that one of the most popular states in the union. Texas doesn't have standing in a federal election is asinine is it. Not because you're choosing a president and a president who is the president of taxes as much of the president of connecticut. So isn't that a spurious argument. Wasn't there a a a lack of of spine on that decision. Yes a definite lack of spine. The court did not want to inject itself and at such a volatile time and make that determination so it used standing as a basis to kick the

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Dallas County Maintains School Mask Mandate Despite Texas Supreme Court Ruling

All In with Chris Hayes

02:16 min | 2 months ago

Dallas County Maintains School Mask Mandate Despite Texas Supreme Court Ruling

"A remarkable public health showdown is taking place right now in dallas county texas where covert cases are spiking. The state supreme court just upheld the gop government is bound on mosque mandates. Well today was the first day of school in dallas. County and the superintendent is defying. Both the governor and the court by making kids wear masks. Dr michael hosa joins me to talk about his decision. Next it's the first day of school in dallas texas today where cova cases are surging and schools are taking safety matters into their own hands today in dallas. County one of the largest school districts in the state over one hundred thousand kids were told to come to class with their mosques on. that's despite rolling from the texas supreme court which sided with republican governor. Greg abbott's bound on. Musk mandates decision by the court which is made up of all republican. Justices is temporary but until a final decision is made kids in dallas county. Schools will be mosque regardless of the court's order. That's because the dallas independent school district superintendent. Michelina hosa is defying that ruling. And he joins me. Now thank you so much for coming on the show this evening. You had a moss. Monday in effect today. How did that go. was it difficult in false. No actually it was quite a positive and in fact it all started happening. Twenty four hours ago we try to plan as to. How are we going to execute our first day. 'cause we got the last minute bali and then when i went to the schools today it was amazing. It was nothing short of phenomenal. A have we have over. One hundred forty thousand students go to school today and i have reports that there. Three students who were not compliant One to at one high school another student. So what this tells me that we're on the site of justice but on the side the people believe in what we're doing as you can see by the pictures here that they know that win very dangerous zone. Despite what the you know elected officials are saying in austin and our own reality. You can't control people this way. If they're not going to be willing to participate then they will shun us. But i was very clear is that people are scared and they aren't going to take precautions to make sure that we're safe for the for now hand for the future so i was very proud of Dallas today

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There Have Been Mixed Responses to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

NBC Nightly News

01:42 min | 2 months ago

There Have Been Mixed Responses to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

"As kobe cases sore and more mandates. Go into effect pfizer. Today's submitting preliminary study results to the fda showing third dose of its vaccine producing significantly higher antibody levels than the initial to the company ultimately hoping authorization for third dose booster for american sixteen and older. Have your cards with you or a negative test. This comes as a new vaccine mandate takes hold in new orleans proof of vaccination or a negative cova test. No more than seventy two hours old now required for indoor dining bars gyms concerts even saints games. It's nothing autumn distant travel with an id for some unvaccinated torres. The new mandate a surprise that forced outdoor eating. I get the mass of it. But vaccine is a person twice the mandate coming after weeks of surging cova cases in louisiana the state now averaging more than six thousand new cases a day the situation is dire and we are simply out of time. Similar measures to those being taken in new orleans are coming soon to other big cities like new york in san francisco. We're gonna follow the mandates and we're going to enforce the mandates and we're going to do it right but here restaurants like brennan say the vaccine mandate presents another pandemic staffing hurdle but one day except to keep the lights on. If you had a choice between closing down again or putting a vaccine mandate and that didn't take you long vaccine mandate i would do anything to prevent a shutdown and lester. There's not just controversy around vaccine mandates in texas. There's conflict over mandating math in schools. The state supreme court siding with the governor that local jurisdictions cannot mandate

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"state supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That will be mobilized in the efforts that are now projected in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, quite possibly in Arizona and Nevada, as well. Maybe Georgia, North Carolina, depending on how those accounts ago will continue giving you that coverage and analysis. Also, Richard Anderson, chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia, will join us coming up in the next hour to talk about it actually, a pretty good night in the Commonwealth of Virginia for Republicans, we will get to that, too. Joining us right now is Tom Spencer, He's vice president of Lawyers Democracy fund. He served his co counsel for Bush, Cheney and the Florida recount of 2000. So, Mr Spencer, I could suggest That your expertise might be called upon right now. And so I'm glad you're joining us to discuss what we're about to embark upon. Well, happy too happy to do it. Are you? Are you having flashbacks here? A little bit of a deja vu situation? Yeah. Nightmares on DH nine. It's deja vu right all over again. And how many more days until 20 twenties over. Wow. Well, listen in Florida. Of course, we have the difference. Currency remark. Ugly of hundreds of votes here. We're talking about thousands of votes in some of these states. So, uh, let's start with the actual mechanics of a recount. Recount doesn't well, you tell me. I mean, when you're looking at thousands and thousands of votes, that's that's a pretty tall Scale tall building to scale, isn't it? Yeah, And in every state, there are statutory limits for the beginning of a recount. It's got to be very, very close. Intern in terms of the actual of official vote. Difference. For a recount to be started. And and you know that for very good reasons, because they're very, very expensive. Yeah, Um, but when you hit Florida, and it looks as though we're about to have this argument here, it's not just a question of counting the ballots. It's which ballots are to be counted right? Yes, For example. In in Florida in 2000, and the issue was What were the undervotes? What were the people who intended to vote? Whose votes weren't recorded for some, for whatever reason, right, And that's how all those hanging chads got developed. Right? And now here we have this phenomenon of all of these mail in votes, and, you know, it's got to get down to the granular level of a person who mailed in a vote. Is it really the person who mailed it? India? Compare the signatures Do you even check of this person legitimately should have been on the voter rolls. This is quite a process. It's an enormous process. It's It's it's mind boggling with his fire hose approach that was used Undercover of Cove. It It's daunting, and it's going to be time consuming consuming and they're up against a deadline of December the eighth for the electoral votes. And last night we heard a lot of commentary on DH. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why Joe Biden made his announcement last night and then made another announcement today. Lot of commentary about lessons learned from Gore. Bush in that the The Gore team was always sort of playing catch up because the presumption was Bush won. And now Gore's tryingto, You know, Take it. Ah, we're here. Are you seeing sort of Biden's team making a PR move saying, Yeah, we won, and if Trump challenges that he's trying to steal it. Yeah, that that would be the normal strategy that one would use under those Circumstances and you know, of course, that's Ding and it goes in with their team which they've been using from the beginning of this election. You know, just the election was really about apparently about Trump and not Biden unopened in no real platform from Biden. But you know what? Whether people wanted to re elect the incumbent. If this does, in fact, at Pennsylvania's looming large in this equation, that's for certain knowing some of the court cases and decisions made by the state Supreme Court of Pennsylvania that in fact, supersede Pennsylvania Legislature really is Constitution is supposed to make the rules for how electoral Members of electoral college or determine what the big legal questions here that you see, could actually follow your path that you took to the Supreme Court. Do you see some of these decisions and some of these legal questions, making it back up to the high court? I do is a matter of fact. Justice Cavanaugh. Ah, Justice Barritt. Justice Chief Judge Justice Roberts All were involved with the Bush Gore, uh, recount and Aziz lawyers and beyond which we all were, and So that there are really big issues that are are on the table with respect to it, and I expect that some of the issues there are going to be Related to exactly what she said. The Supreme Court simply took it upon itself to legislate from the bench. The Pennsylvania State Supreme Court, let's be clear. Yes, I'm so I'm sorry. And so I'm curious just in terms of you know that That is a remarkable thing to think that current members of the Supreme Court we're actually part of the effort recount back then. From that perspective. How do you think that will inform whatever arguments they hear in decisions? They have to make it the Supreme Court and by the way before even answered that Tom Spencer remind us Bush v. Gore. That decision did that have any sort of that was stand alone right that that did not set a precedent that future Supreme courts must follow a my correct in that That's that's correct. It was partir iam, and we specifically On DH, not question of presidential value. However, in a recent case in this matter in this election, justice Cavanaugh sided Bush versus Gore a number of times and Ah And, you know, said as the court said in Bush versus score that a state court cannot subsume assume the responsibilities of the state legislature. Because that would conflict with the Constitution of the United States. And he you know, he elaborated on that. In the in the Wisconsin case, right? So you know, that kind of gives us an idea of what Maybe some of them are thinking and just a week before we finish up here, just so we all have a clear understanding that there is a role for the courts. If there are, if there's you know, issues of equal representation and and and the way things are being determined by one, precinct first is another and that sort of thing. But in this case with the state Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, they went well beyond that. They literally changed the rules about absentee ballots and mail in ballots on DH. That's where the big question is. They didn't just say, Well, you know, you got to do this equally and fairly across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, they said. OK, now the rule used to be this not what's going to be that Yeah, not only that, but they made up new rules and, uh and also said That you know that they need that be signature matching right where the where The statute in Pennsylvania, passed by the Legislature and signed by the governor specifically says there must be signature matching well, that's that's a big issue because Lunch later on the mail in ballots didn't specifically said that say that, but they alluded to it and every other voter in Pennsylvania Had Teo adhere to signature matching He went to the polls. Signature match. You know if you did other kinds of voting signature match, but you know that so it just became. Ah, Big mess and the The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania added to it. Well, here we go. Ah, Like I said, you're having nightmares and flashbacks, and we're all doing so all of us who were alive and witnessed the 2000 recount in Florida, But now it looks like it's going to be multiple states. How's that? Because you know the 2020. You know, we can't just bring it down to one state. Tom Spencer, We got it. We got to go across the board. We're going for the gusto this year. Right? Exactly. Alright. Thanks for joining us today. Appreciate you lending your firsthand expertise and remind me again, Roberts, Gorsuch and who was the third? Cavanaugh and Barrett. Obara. Alaric So hold on Roberts Roberts. Parrot Kavanaugh. Those were the three that were part of the recon 2000. Not Gorsuch. Unbelievable. Roberts, Barrett and Cavanaugh. We're part of the the Bush team on the recount in 20 in 2000. Wow. Here we go. Thank you, sir. Great, great here in front of your welcome for 45 email, traffic.

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07:13 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"If he or she wanted to cut here tonight or tomorrow morning I'm. Sure some of especially those starving for money, and probably with a pet up customer demand. would start. Doing so. Paul said this is much, but it felt like at the end up, roy except. When prohibition ended, everybody opened up instantaneously and it was. It was ending a long period of time. It required an act of the constitution. We had a the constitute. No wasn't a constitutional amendment. I think it was just the bull stead act. Not even clear that I know it was a slow process and you can. What was coming in knew it was coming into what was coming. The difference here of course is also. Many people still are not going to want to do it. I'M NOT GONNA. Feel comfortable. Going into some businesses and some business operators will also not be comfortable this I said. We're we're if we put this back? In the hands of people decide for themselves. That's where. It all we're getting gain. Reports are a lot of listeners I don't think we this guy's name, but a guy that we know who used to work for saying out in the lake country, a number of bars are all opening tonight, and they have the ability to put the word through their social media through facebook pages, and so on, so yeah I, some of these places that they know the customer action instantly, if for no other reason to celebrate the regaining of their freedom. I do this that some of these communities that had all these cops it. Forcing these orders, they might immediately switch over to the drunk driving patrol. Specially if you live in a community, nothing's open it up yet and get the car here yet. We gotTA drive down. My here's a barrel out there. You even know where I'll go my is. No? It's not your Oshkosh. You say that because they'll boulevard Nash Ashkar you. Wonder why there must be some time I think that there's a town of l.. Goldman your ashish, the extra community. They'll Gomez near Lake. Michigan. Either North or South Aqui Wani, but in that area it's all it's near. I know all those places like six twenty four news talk seven thirty W. I say it's time for rapid traffic I ninety. Philip more free than an hour ago Oh. Yeah, it's huge! Not a bit like I just expect that the masters in Milwaukee I still gotta come back with something. Yeah, you're just waiting for the other shooter fall. If that does happen though that will divide the left if for example people who own and operate bars restaurants, which is often lefty clientele in Milwaukee, if their competitors in Waukesha County, and so on are allowed to open, and they can't. That will divide. The liberal community on this, and if this thing is left back to individual choices, individual people in individual communities making decisions for themselves. That's the way it ought to be at as. Churches are going to be another one better divided. I think someone that. Extreme social distancing in place and others are GONNA pop opened the doors and say comeback in in start. But people who have a problem with that at least will have a problem with churches. You're not with government telling them what it is to do. We're a country that's premised on freedom and. Given, the fact that there's only according to GSI online is only eleven states that are still operating under orders that means thirty nine or not. World? Not and I understand. New York is different from Montana. That's precisely the point. Wisconsin's numbers have been extremely low on a per capita basis, and therefore has not been state that is needed to continue to be under these orders both states that. Allowed them to expire at are returning to a sense of. Normalcy and we're now in this period, which are order struck down, but who knows whether or not anything from local communities will come into. Follow it I would think most of the state has been saying repetitive. They will not. Forty one northbound ten minutes, but you say Paul. The sit stay. Stay was not put in place. The state legislature asked for a six-day stay of the ruling. The Supreme Court did not grant it. Because they just struck down, they struck it down. They did not grant the. Request for the for this for the six stay, and I go back and reread the ruling to to clarify that, but I do not believe that the six day stay was granted by the legislature was read by the court. It was requested by the legislature, but do not believe we only added it. In fact, the court ruling stated we trust that. That the legislature and governor. We're prepared to respond to this accordingly, so yeah I mean you only institute a stay of an order? If you're GONNA have a follow ruling behind it, so they would have had. You would have done the stay at the time that they heard the case. One would have thought right and again the lines you've made a decision. In, it's ruling said that the legislature and governor have had more than enough time to come up with something on their own to replace this. If they want to do so so I as far as I know. In my reading of the order, there is no six day stay. That's been place at all. It was requested, but it was not granted all right traffic news eleven thirty wins Mark belling late afternoon. Show Dan. We've run longer. We have a major story. This Afternoon Wisconsin State Supreme Court, did struck strike down the order issued by Tony vs Health Services Secretary Andrea Palm struck it down as being issued beyond the authority that she had in her emergency. rulemaking authority Paul says that we've had a number of questions for people under the impression is a six day. Stay in place. There is not as I mentioned earlier. I'm going to read the language again from the ruling as well. The legislature in filing its lawsuit asked the court to stay the ruling for six days meaning. That the court's order would not take effect for six days. I will quote from the order. We have declared rights under the law where where we have concluded that emergency order twenty. Eight is invalid and therefore for Sibal, although a very unusual request on April, twenty, twenty twenty, the legislature asked this court to issue a temporary injunction of agency order twenty-eight, but then requested a stay of that injunction for at least six days. We perceived this request is being grounded in a concern for an orderly transition from order twenty eight to offer rule however. More than two weeks have passed since we began our consideration of this case, therefore we trust that the legislature and palm placed this interest of the people in Wisconsin. I have been working together in good faith to establish lawful rule that addresses covid nineteen, and it's devastating effects in Wisconsin people, businesses and other institutions need to know how to proceed and what is. is expected of them. Therefore, we place the responsibility for the future lawmaking with the legislature in DHS. It belongs in other words. They're not issuing an injunction. It's up to the legislature governor to come up with on their own what it is that they want to do. We're getting calls from people all over the state saying they popped open the doors so. Each is going to be a little bit different, but.

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04:11 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Pay your bills cash contests word. I don't know what do you say about somebody that already was in a buyer. By six o'clock the order was issued at five really was issued at five with that sense of desperation on that I can see some women wanted to get to the hair saliva right away. If any of them crack open their doors I have. You noticed that in the pharmacies those initially it was the toilet paper. That's wiped out. It's all the hair dye. That's way down boss all the gesture men box. How will you know that I mean that whole area? They've got signs up restricting the purchases of that in the same way they did the the toilet paper still come and go you go in some days is a lot of it in there and the next day well meets a huge issue and that's not because of government eating that's simply Concerned about the meat packing plants. Some of which have shut out and whether or not they're going to be able to crank it out but need is starting to show up diminish supply again. That's not particularly government issue or did that just the problems you need to the meat packing industry. Let me give you the chance to win the thousand bucks. The word is couch. C O U C H Couch. You have until seven o'clock text that into two hundred two hundred installation thousand dollars in cash. You'll get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates. Apply in this. They should wide contest again. I don't want to be unclear about this. I don't know of any local communities including Milwaukee that have quickly issued their own order and I don't know if any would do so tonight and I live in off. They will do it. But that is a potential possibility and if a local community issues an edict. It's an edict until somebody says it's not illegal one but at the moment there is no rule in place in the state of Wisconsin. The whole order from Andhra. Bob Is right now. Struck down by the state. Supreme Court is being unconstitutional because it exceeded the authority that the law allows these emergency orders to contain. And say that it exactly right. But y'all know what I mean but you got in there you write these things still. This is not time square after world. War Two ended. I wouldn't be a trade that Moron I wouldn't be swapping spit with strangers. I mean when would you be I? I mean short of like kissing somebody in a bar I mean well I wouldn't want you be doing any of that anyway. I I well. I you Paul. Ask the question of Water Street. I wonder if any milwaukee bars will until they get some direction from the city and the county as to whether they'll be a replacement order would open. They're all afraid of losing their liquor licenses. That's the big issue in a community like Milwaukee or another places that would turn around and give some other edict but again unless something's been issued in the last few minutes. I don't believe from the city of Milwaukee Milwaukee County. They put anything out solve. If there isn't a local order in place there is nothing that would stop a place of opening. Its doors anywhere on Wisconsin again. If some small community somewhere has just issued some order that would apply to them. I would think only Milwaukee and Madison would have been ready to pop anything out immediately after the State Supreme Court I had ruled. And maybe they're in a wait and see mode but lacking an order issued by Milwaukee. Tonight there wouldn't be anything that I where that would stop Milwaukee Bar from opening at stores and we're getting all sorts of reports facebook and social media and so odd that some bars in the regions and I would guess some restaurants opening up in some of the restaurants that have been open only for carry out. They can now let the people come in and sit down and all of that. I'm sure many of these places aren't staffed up to be able to start anything if that H at all but somebody's got a one share salon if he or she wanted to cut here tonight or tomorrow morning. I'm sure some of especially those starving for money and probably with a pet up customer demand Would.

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04:11 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Pay Your bills cash contests text the word. I don't know. What do you say about somebody that already was in a buyer by six o'clock, the order was issued at five, really was issued at five. With. That sense of desperation on that I can see. Some women wanted to get to the hair saliva right away. If any of them crack open their doors. I have you noticed that in the pharmacies those? Initially. It was the toilet paper that's wiped out. It's all the hair dye. That's way down. Boss, all the gesture men box. How will you know that I mean that whole area? They've got signs up restricting the purchases of that in the same way, they did the the toilet paper. Still come and go you go in some days is a lot of it in there and the next day. Well meets a huge issue. And that's not because of government eating. That's simply concerned about the meatpacking plants, some of which have shut out and whether or not they're going to be able to crank out, but need is starting. To show up, diminish supply again. That's not particularly a government issue or did that just the problems you need to the meat packing industry. Let me give you the chance to win the thousand bucks. The word is couch, C, O, u, C, h couch. You have until seven o'clock text that into two hundred two hundred installation thousand dollars in cash. You'll get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply in this. They should wide contest again. I don't want to be unclear about this. I don't know of any local communities including Milwaukee that have quickly issued their own order, and I don't know if any would do so tonight and I live in off. They will do it, but that is a potential possibility and. If a local community issues an edict. It's an edict until somebody says it's not illegal one, but at the moment there is no rule in place in the state of Wisconsin, the whole order from Andhra. Bob Is right now struck down by the state. Supreme Court is being unconstitutional because it exceeded the authority that the law allows these emergency orders. To contain I didn't say that it exactly right, but y'all know what I mean. But you got in there. You write these things still. This is not time square after world. War Two ended. I wouldn't be. A Trade that moron? I wouldn't be swapping spit with strangers. Well I mean. When would you be I? I mean short of like kissing somebody in a bar I mean. Well I wouldn't want you be doing any of that anyway. I I? Well, I you Paul, ask the question of Water Street. I, wonder if any milwaukee bars will, until they get some direction from the city and the county as to whether they'll be a replacement, order would open. They're all afraid of losing. Their liquor licenses the big issue in a community like Milwaukee were another places that would turn around and give some other edict. Edict, but again unless something's been issued in the last few minutes I don't believe from the city of Milwaukee Milwaukee County they put anything out solve. If there isn't a local order in place, there is nothing that would stop a place of opening its doors anywhere on Wisconsin again. If some small community somewhere has just issued some order that would apply to them. I would think only Milwaukee and Madison would have been ready to pop anything out immediately. After the State Supreme Court I had ruled, and maybe they're in a wait and see. Mode but lacking an order issued by Milwaukee tonight there wouldn't be anything that I where that would stop Milwaukee. Bar from opening at stores, and were getting sorts of reports, facebook and social media, and so odd that some bars in the regions, and I would guess some restaurants opening up in some of the restaurants that have been open only for carry out. They can now let the people come in and sit down and all of that. I'm sure many of these places aren't staffed up to be able to start anything. If that H at all, but Somebody's got a one share salon if he or she wanted to cut here tonight or tomorrow morning I'm. Sure some of especially those starving for money, and probably with a pet up customer demand. would.

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"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Well that. If you're a store, channing, you're open an Iowa. You will now open in Wisconsin. in addition to that some of them will obviously be very worry about this whole threat of lawsuits. You Open your doors and people got sick. The fact that it is now legal to open your doors at least until something order comes into replace. This would give you pretty significant. Cover I would think. From the Fed, of litigation. Anyway for those of you, just coming in I should probably repeat because people come in during drive time all the time was conscious supreme, court, very divided today, four, three, one of the Conservatives, joining the Liberals voted to strike down the order issued by Tony Adverse Health Services Secretary Andrea. Palm She's referred to as secretary. Designate I've had a million people. Ask Me why that. She's never been confirmed by the State Senate. That doesn't mean she isn't the secretary under Wisconsin, law. Even if they didn't confirm her, he could name somebody else. Who Serves Wisconsin? The confirmation processes not like the Federal Cabinet. If! You're not confirmed then you do have to leave, but the governor can put in anybody he wads. Forever you would just be changing. The person who's doing with the governor was which is not been confirmed by the legislature, and that's why she's referred to as they designated, but she does have the ability to serve even if they don't. Confirm her anyway. the order issued by Andrea, Palm, clearly. An order supported by her boss Governor Tony vers has been struck down by the Wisconsin State Supreme Court late this afternoon, and that means at the moment there is no order it does mean that the legislature and governor could cobble together a compromise. It issue at order right now. There isn't what this does not stop community our local county from issuing an order of their own, but until they do, there is no order in place in therefore no criminal penalties in place for violating because they have all. Stressed out when a give you the..

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Well. That if you're a store channing you're open an Iowa you will now open in Wisconsin In addition to that some of them will obviously be very worry about this. Whole threat of lawsuits. You Open your doors and people got sick the fact that it is now legal to open your doors at least until something order comes into replace. This would give you pretty significant cover. I would think from the Fed of litigation anyway for those of you just coming in. I should probably repeat because people come in during drive time. All the time was conscious. Supreme Court very divided today. Four three one of the Conservatives joining the Liberals voted to strike down the order issued by Tony Adverse Health Services Secretary Andrea Palm. She's referred to as secretary designate. I've had a million people ask me why that she's never been confirmed by the State Senate. That doesn't mean she isn't the secretary under Wisconsin Law even. If they didn't confirm her he could name somebody else. Who Serves Wisconsin? The confirmation processes not like the Federal Cabinet. If you're not confirmed then you do have to leave. But the governor can put in anybody. He wads forever. You would just be changing. The person who's doing with the governor was which is not been confirmed by the Legislature. And that's why she's referred to as they designated but she does have the ability to serve even if they don't confirm her anyway The order issued by Andrea Palm clearly. An order supported by her boss. Governor Tony vers has been struck down by the Wisconsin State Supreme Court late this afternoon and that means at the moment there is no order it does mean that the legislature and governor could cobble together a compromise. It issue at order right now. There isn't what this does not stop community. Our local county from issuing an order of their own but until they do there is no order in place in therefore no criminal penalties in place for violating. Because they have all stressed out. When a give you the.

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"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"What does that mean? All that struck down is the state order. Local communities have the ability to issue rules. Pretending to their own businesses. It will be up to each community and or each county. Decide where to go from here. This also does not mean that there can't be a new order from the state. The ruling makes it clear, however that any new order from the state has to be approved the legislature. So have Iverson. His administration water proceed with statewide rule. They're going to have to come up with something. That the republican-controlled state legislature approves. In the meantime right now, there is no rule. If you live in a community where your community suddenly. Or issuing a rule, tonight or tomorrow well, then you have a rule in that community. The State Supreme. Court is not aggressive. Future ruled that any local community would come up with. And if a local community would come up with a rule. And follow the law and passing it. Presumably, it would remain in place now in Milwaukee Tom. Barrett has threatened to turn around an issue. His own locked out rule if the State Supreme Court ruled as it did. We'll have to watch to see whether or not something come so the Barrett Administration again. The own on would be do something that would be upheld by the state. Supreme Court but so long as he did it. It would be in place. It would certainly mean in the parts of the State of Wisconsin that don't believe that there should be a role right now. There is no rule. There is no state role right now. Saying that a bar can open a restaurant cat open. The can have whatever number of people in it and so odd. Local Communities Afridi issue whatever they want and there may be something that comes from the state. If the governor and legislature a to it. I believe there should be rule. I believe that we have been through this Wong enough and enough states now are operating without any rule that businesses and individuals on their own can decide how to proceed. And I would where the legislature. Proceed accordingly either having no rule in place or an extremely minimal rule. What does this mean for everyone else remember? This ruling doesn't open up anything. It just means that the state can't stop people from doing anything. If a bar restaurant wants to remain close, they can. If at school, district wants to remain closed. It's up to them. They can there simply isn't any statewide order in place on them. If a department store wants to stay closed or wants to require masks or wants to limit the number of people in the store. That's up to that. There really isn't any statewide order governing how they react. In other words at this moment as of right now, what is in place is? People and businesses and individuals can do what they want. Open Up, not open up etc right now if you WANNA have your kids go over to a friend's house, you can. Now again. This doesn't Stop Eddie local community from doing what they want. And for all I know, some might already be issuing certain sorts of rules. Maybe they are maybe they aren't as a lot of different communities in the state of Wisconsin. But the state wide edict came from the administration is God. If Eve wants to replace his rule with another rule. He's going to have to do something that the Republican. Legislature is willing to accept that I can guarantee you that a significant number ran. That's Democrats in the legislature to it would have to get approval both chambers of legislature. That there isn't much appetite. For Anti kind of significant restrictions. Right now. This is according to j US Online. There are eleven states in the United States that are still operating under some form of shutdown rule that means thirty nine states now are getting along just fine without a rule. At our doing and handling things at a local level and handling things by allowing people to do the things that of their own decision in the manner that they choose. There may be local restrictions in place in many of those states, but there are eleven statewide orders in place, and now Wisconsin is not one of those states anymore. Given.

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04:30 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"What does that mean? All that struck down is the state order. Local communities have the ability to issue rules pretending to their own businesses. It will be up to each community and or each county decide where to go from here. This also does not mean that there can't be a new order from the State. The ruling makes it clear however that any new order from the state has to be approved the legislature so if Iverson his administration water proceed with statewide rule. They're going to have to come up with something that the republican-controlled state legislature approves in the meantime right now. There is no rule if you live in a community where your community suddenly or issuing a rule tonight or tomorrow. Well then you have a rule in that community. The State Supreme Court is not aggressive future. Ruled that any local community would come up with and if a local community would come up with a rule and follow the law and passing it. Presumably it would remain in place. Now in Milwaukee. Tom Barrett has threatened to turn around an issue his own locked out rule if the State Supreme Court ruled as it did. We'll have to watch to see whether or not something come. So the Barrett Administration again. The own on Halewood would be do something that would be upheld by the State Supreme Court. But so long as he did it it would be in place. It would certainly mean in the parts of the State of Wisconsin. That don't believe that there should be a role right now. There is no rule. There is no state role right now saying that a bar can open a restaurant cat open the can have whatever number of people in it and so odd local communities. Afridi issue whatever they want and there may be something that comes from the state if the governor and legislature a to it. I believe there should be rule. I believe that we have been through this Wong. Enough and enough states now are operating without any rule that businesses and individuals on their own can decide how to proceed and I would where the legislature proceeded. Accordingly either having no rule in place or an extremely minimal rule. What does this mean for everyone else? Remember this ruling doesn't open up anything. It just means that the state can't stop people from doing anything if a bar restaurant wants to remain close they can. If at school district wants to remain closed. It's up to them they can. There simply isn't any statewide order in place on them. If a department store wants to stay closed or wants to require masks or wants to limit the number of people in the store that's up to that there really isn't any statewide order governing. How they react in other words at this moment as of right now what is in place is people and businesses and individuals can do what they want open up not open up etc right now. If you WANNA have your kids. Go over to a friend's house you can now again. This doesn't Stop Eddie local community from doing what they want and for all I know some might already be issuing certain sorts of rules. Maybe they are. Maybe they aren't as a lot of different communities in the state of Wisconsin but the state wide edict came from the administration. Is God if Eve wants to replace his rule with another rule? He's going to have to do something that the Republican legislature is willing to accept that I can guarantee you that a significant number ran that's Democrats in the legislature to it would have to get approval both chambers of legislature that. There isn't much appetite for any kind of significant restrictions. Right now this is according to j US Online. There are eleven states in the United States. That are still operating under some form of shutdown rule. That MEANS THIRTY. Nine states now are getting along just fine without a rule at our doing and handling things at a local level and handling things by allowing people to do the things that of their own decision in the manner that they choose there may be local restrictions in place in many of those states but there are eleven statewide lacked orders in place and now. Wisconsin is not one of those states anymore. Given.

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02:03 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Sites several precedents. Rebecca Bradley then continues the people of Wisconsin pronounced liberty to be a primary importance. Establishing government principally to protect their freedom and then put from the Wisconsin Constitution and dowling one person with the sole power to create execute and enforce the law contravenes the structural separation of power established by the people. You couldn't say it better than that could you again. I'll it from the concurring opinion of Rebecca Bradley Endowing One person with the sole power to create execute and enforce the law contravenes the structural separation power established by the people through the Wisconsin Constitution. The people confer distinct powers on the legislative executive and judicial branches of government under the Wisconsin Constitution the legislature makes the laws and unelected cabinet secretary serving in the executive branch cannot unilaterally. Do so so. That's the concurring opinion from Justice Rebecca Bradley now whether the ruling is four three or seven. Oh is interesting only in terms of the long-term ramification what's going to happen to the State Supreme Court when Daniel Kelly leaves in August but in the end from four three or seven. This ruling is the ruling and it's they heads and it states that this order from the average administration is struck down. Now so what happens here? Well that's a doggone good question and I'll try to start answering this with some pretty good speculation in a moment news talk eleven thirty W. is Mark belling. Mark belling.

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"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Sites several precedents. Rebecca Bradley then continues the people of Wisconsin. Pronounced Liberty to be a primary importance establishing government principally to protect their freedom, and then put from the Wisconsin Constitution. And dowling one person with the sole power to create execute and enforce the law. Contravenes the structural separation of power established by the people. You couldn't say it better than that. Could you again? I'll it from the concurring opinion of Rebecca Bradley. Endowing one person with the sole power. To create. Execute and enforce the law. Contravenes the structural separation power established by the people. Through the Wisconsin Constitution, the people confer distinct powers on the legislative executive and judicial branches of government. Under the Wisconsin Constitution the legislature makes the laws and unelected cabinet secretary, serving in the executive branch cannot. Unilaterally. Do Cell. So that's the concurring opinion. From Justice Rebecca Bradley. Now whether the ruling is four, three or seven Oh, is interesting only in terms of the long-term ramification. What's going to happen to the State Supreme Court? When Daniel Kelly leaves in August, but in the end from four, three or seven, this ruling is the ruling and it's they heads. And it states that this order from the administration has struck down now. So? What happens here? Well, that's a doggone good question, and I'll try to start answering this with. Some pretty good speculation in a moment. News Talk Eleven thirty W. I mark belling mark belling.

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"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Going on the Saffir not divided Wisconsin. Supreme Court by vote afford three today struck down the order issued by. The Department of Health Services Secretary. Andrea Palm the Disney of governor Tony Uber's that has restricted all sorts of activity in business and commerce and people's individual activities in Wisconsin through may twenty six. I've had an opportunity to very quickly. Read through the entire order. There are a number of concurring opinions and descends on the first question. How did the vote break down? It broke down. Conservative liberal lines with one of the Conservatives will think over to join. The liberals descended big as I said the vote was four to three justice. Brian Hagedorn who was elected last year, joined the to liberal justices. Rebecca Brat Rebecca Dalit and an walls Bradley in dissenting from the opinion. Of the five conservatives on the State Supreme Court Haggard on has been so far at his brief term, the wobbly of those and the likeliest not to stick with the other conservative colleagues, so the vote was for three. Many people have wondered why. The Supreme Court was taking as long as it was well. All, of these opinions I log the concurring opinions are long that essentially and each of the justices I think why did away with their legal reasonings on this also? Clearly there was disagreement in the court on this given the fact that it ended up being a four three ruling, and not five to as many had expected. The four justices that are voting to strike down the law are the Chief Justice Pat Rogan sack. Rebecca Bradley remember there are two Bradley's Rebecca Bradley who refers to herself as Rebecca Grasso Bradley she. is the conservative of the two Bradley's and walls. Bradley's the liberal so again voting to strike down the order chief justice, Pat Reagan Sack Justice Rebecca Bradley Justice, Annette Ziegler and Justice Daniel. Kelly now Kelly ran for reelection to the corded April and loss, but his term continues until August and he's still on the court in the interim. Suffice to say. That, if this had all happened in a few months, this order would have been upheld because Kelly would not have been on the court. So for people who have not understood the impact of Supreme Court rulings and the importance of the Supreme Court in Wisconsin. This rule late here is one that would not have occurred the way that it did. In a few months and voting to descend voting against the ruling as I said, we're Hagedorn, who has been described as a conservative, but in this case joined the other two liberals on the court Rebecca, Dalit, and an Walsh Bradley. One of the things that I have been speculating odd. was whether or not the court would address. The original Tony Iverson's order. Or, simply the order from Andrea. Palm and the are focused here on the only order that remains relevant. Which is Andrea? Palm! Because Iverson's is emergency authority as governor has expired the Department of Health Services Secretary by law. Has Emergency Authority that goes on forever, but that authority is not without limit. And the state. Supreme Court in the primary opinion that was authored by justice chief justice. ragging sack said that palm exceeded her legal authority. At in particular. Given, the fact that her order included criminal penalties. All of those criminal sanctions that are included in the order are struck down because they were all issued without. Beyond the authority rather of Secretary Powell. Now I'm going to quote from the ruling. And then I'm going to discuss this issue. Of where are we in the state of Wisconsin and I think you're going to see a flurry of reactions including a number of local orders being issued. In the short term. I want to quote the final few paragraphs though from the order. which was concurring by other the other justices as well again, it was a four three ruling striking down the. Tony Iverson Andhra palm ordering. You'll hear the name palm throughout this. She's again. The cabinet member who issued the rule and under statute. She has the authority to issue emergency roles pertaining to health. This is from the Supreme Court order we do not define the precise scope of department of Health Services. Authority under Wisconsin Statutes we cannot expansively read statutes with imprecise terminology that purport to delegate lawmaking authority to an administrative agency, the legislature appropriately sites, the statutory, the Statutory Explicit Authority requirement, and has provided plausible reading of the text. We have declared rights under the law where Ian. We have concluded that Emergency Order Twenty eight is invalid and therefore unenforceable. That's the key language. The court is determining that the order is invalid, and because it's invalid cannot be and forced. On the ruling continues although a very unusual request. On April Twenty, and I twenty twenty, the legislature. This court to issue a temporary injunction of emergency order twenty eight. But then requested a stay of that injunction for at least six days. We perceive this request is being grounded in a concern for an order orderly transition from order twenty-eight offer rule however. More than two weeks have passed since we began our consideration of this case therefore. We trust that the legislature in palm of place, the interest of the people of Wisconsin. I, and have been working together in good faith to establish lawful. That addresses covid nineteen. It's devastating effects on Wisconsin. People, businesses and other institutions need to know how to proceed and what is expected of them. Therefore, we place the responsibility for this future lawmaking with the legislature in DHS. Where it belongs conclusion. We conclude that emergency order twenty. That's Andrea Palms order. Is A rural under the controlling precedent of this court. And therefore is subject to statutory emergency rulemaking procedures established by the legislature. Emergency Order Twenty eight as a general order of general application within the meaning of his constant statutes which define rule. Accordingly The rulemaking procedure Wisconsin statutes were required to be followed during the promulgation of ordered twenty eight because they were not. Eve Urgency Order Twenty eight is unenforceable. Furthermore..

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"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"On this after this break. Up Thirty W I. Mark belling late afternoon. Show have my hands on the ruling the justice. Should this afternoon the concentrate? Supreme Court striking down specifically. The order issued by health and Human Services Secretary or how services secretary. Andrea POB that put in place all of these rules that restrict the activities of Wisconsin. It's I'm going to share with you and we're doing this a little bit on the fly from the ruling that was authored by Chief Justice Pat Rogan sack. I let me give you the help. Pay Your bills cash contest state. State, word remember there's no rush on this. If you want to hear my reading of some of the components of the rolling like you haven't till six, o'clock detects the word and just remember the word, it's home, H., o., m. e. home anytime between now and six texts that into two, hundred, two hundred. You get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply. In this nationwide contest I'm now going to quote the rulings very long as one hundred sixty one pages, and it includes that descend. But I've gotta read from early out of the ruling again authored by the chief justice. We conclude that emergency order twenty. Eight is a rural under the controlling precedent of this court, and then they sight a precedent, which is for those of your lawyers, citizens for sensible zoning INC versus DNR, and therefore is subject to statutory emergency rulemaking procedures established by the legislature. Emergency Order Twenty eight is a general order of general application within the meaning of his concent- statutes. because. Let me, read this. There's some Gobbledygook in here. According to the rulemaking procedures of Wisconsin, statutes, they were required to be followed during the promulgation of order twenty eight, because they were not emergency order twenty twenty-eight is unenforceable. Furthermore Wisconsin Statutes require that emergency. Order Twenty. Eight be promulgated using the procedures established by the legislature for rulemaking, if criminal penalties were to follow as we fully explained below. Because Palm did not follow the law and creative order twenty-eight, there could be no criminal penalties for violation of her order. The procedural requirements if Wisconsin Statutes must be followed. Because they safeguard all people. We do not conclude the palm was without any power to act in the face of this pandemic, however palm, and again that's everts his health services secretary, who or issued the order, however Powell must follow the law that is applicable to statewide emergencies. We further conclude that palms order confining all people to their homes, forbidding travel and closing businesses exceeded the Statutory Authority under Wisconsin Statutes upon which palm claims to rely. The order then goes on and deals with the background of the case and so on and. As I, said a very very long order and discusses all of the things that the. Rule from Secretary Palm. Came up with I'm now going to get into the area where they discuss the overview of the case, review this controversy now under our original jurisdiction founded the Wisconsin Constitution, and then they state the reason that they have the right to go into this in. The dispute in this case involves whether the secretary designate dhs. Val Services issued an order in violation of the laws of Wisconsin in order that impacts every person of Wisconsin as well as persons who come into Wisconsin. In every non essential business. Exercising original jurisdiction is appropriate in this case. Palm has contended the legislature does not have standing to invoke our original jurisdiction for these claims they then go on to make the case that the Supreme Court ruling does that they do have the standing to be able to rule in this case, the crux of the legislatures claim is that Emergency Order Twenty eight was promulgated without following required statutory procedures applicable to an emergency and his so doing palm impinged upon the legislatures, constitutional. Court power now what they are going into. Is there suggested in the court is ruling? That Secretary Palm exceeded her authority by not including the legislature in the passing of this rule. Remember that the Department of Health Services Secretary by law and Wisconsin has the authority. To issue orders? Within an emergency, the Supreme Court is ruling that she exceeded her authority in this regard. And issued a ruling the took upon her as Iverson's designate. Than the law allows now we're obviously going to be discussing this and the ramification of it. And what does it mean? And where do we go from here now that the order has been struck down by Wisconsin's highest court, so we're going to put pick up at that point when we come back in the next segment. I will because I'm sure it's the question at the top of everyone's head. Try to respond right now to the question of what does this mean right now? It means that any rule that comes from the IRS administration on this has to be approved by the legislature. It's my contention. That if the legislature doesn't approve a rule, there's no rule. But it does mean that Tony Everts wants to press forward with these kinds of micromanaging orders, he'll have to include the legislature. unaddressed in this is what happens. If individual counties now, I'll try to hand down their own orders, Tom Barrett has said in Milwaukee. I don't care what the Supreme Court does. I'll cut turn right around any shoe. My own order locking down the city of Milwaukee each county has the authority. Of course he issue orders on their own vacant than be legally challenged, but as of the moment. The statewide order issued by the Everts Administration has been struck down and if they want to put anything else in place in the short term, they're going to have to do it. With the approved the legislature. How Evers response remains to be seen. Will they turn around where they ready for this? Will the issue another ordering forty five minutes? Don't know the answer to that. But again the first here The first ramifications, the the first shooter droplets put it that way the Supreme Court has struck down. The expansive rule that was issued by Andrea Palm. The health services secretary. Prior to April, twenty four, th that extended to May twenty sixth, and restricts and regulates all of this activity and Wisconsin the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, ruling this afternoon that. The, Iverson Ministration as Secretary Palm exceeded their authority and went beyond what the law allows them to do will pick up.

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"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

11:40 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Elections deal with individual issues. And it's impossible to say that this is a referendum on trump one way or another but I'm Kelly this we're gonna go to the break above it. If the Democrats had one one or both of those seats the media spin on this would be trump's in trouble. These races are bellwether in fact the Republicans won one race for certain by a landslide and likely the other won by a landslide and certainly is going to win the one in California if they had gone the other way and it was a repudiation of trump's certainly there must be some analysis of what happened that that did not happen. We're going to be talking after we come back from the break with the new Republican Congress and from northern Wisconsin. Tom Tiffany who ran a race up there and won by a wide margin yesterday now because these are special elections those those candidates including the California Sept deterred right back around and run again. This fall this. Just fill out the remainder of the term Eddie. Both races be rematches. It's expected the Democrats will again run. Christie's anchor in the fall against tiffany and it's expected that outed California Chrissy Smith run against Mike that they're both going to be rematches so they don't settle anything for the long haul but we did hold two elections in two different parts of the United States in the middle of all of this and in both cases despite an avalanche of media pressure at all the other stuff. That's going on and disincentive vote. The Republican candidates did much better than the Democrats had hoped that they would do. And HANG UP MILWAUKEE. This is the mark belling late afternoon. Show on News Talk Eleven thirty. W I s said Hey Ottoman logging on news there we go. We are joined right now by the newest member of the Congressional Delegation from the State of Wisconsin. His is Tom. Tiffany the seat that he has holding. What of those seats that? If history plays out he might be the congress in for another sixty years because people who get elected in that district tend to serve for a very very very long time or maybe he gets thrown out of office in a few months because the election that was held yesterday. He's an unusual. What Sean Duffy? Who has been the congressman in that district for sometime now resigned in the middle of his term following the problem of a child. Whatever children being born with significant mental medical issues the latest child that they had it? Because Sean resigned the middle of his term that he'd had to be filled the special election which was held yesterday. The district involved. Is We call it? The northern Wisconsin district. It is a sprawling mammoth district but very easy to describe. It's essentially the entire northwestern section of the state of Wisconsin. It runs all the way from if you want to visualize this the Wausau Merrill area and then all the way up to Upper Michigan and lake superior going all the way to the Louis Superior Wisconsin and so on the northern part of the state then all the way over on the western part of the state West Central Wisconsin even dipping right into. Oh Clare the old clair area as it goes all the way over to the Minnesota border congressional districts in the United States are all virtually equal in terms of population. That means that some are very very large in terms of size now as I was mentioning going into the last segment there was some hope on the part of the Democrats that they might have a strong showing or even win the seat even though the outgoing incumbent Sean Duffy was a Republican and the district has trended Republican. The race. Involved Christie's dunker. Who is a school board member and rather well known figure in the Warsaw area running against veteran Wisconsin? State Senator Tom? Tiffany and the results of the election showed tiffany winning by a rather strong fifteen percent about fifty seven and a half percent to forty two and a half percent. Roughly speaking so. We're joined right now by Tom. Tiffany who I'm guessing. They're going to swear you in real quickly. You're probably going to be a congressman within a matter of days is like the normal election where your way two months. We don't have a congressman from that district right now Tom. First of all congratulations. And secondly do you know when you are going to be Sworn Ed? Yeah we're talking right now. Marquan first of all. Thanks for having me on the show. We're talking about early next week. I'm hoping Tuesday We're in negotiations right now. With the Speaker's office by the way You made me almost tired describing the district up here. It is big I was. I've been told that it's forty percent of the landmass of Wisconsin. So it's big there a couple of things that I want to talk about and we had you on the program right after you declared your candidacy in running for this district. It's a very interesting district. Described it as up North Wisconsin. You don't have the extreme northeastern corner of the state but most of the other expansive that state for people who point out that this is now a Republican country and indeed Donald Trump carried that district and twenty sixteen. I believe by twenty two percent quite a wide margin and Sean. Duffy's held the district for about ten years. This district also had a Democrat for forty years David. Ob was one of the longest serving members of house. The House in American history. That district has over over. Time transitioned over to be more of a Republican district but to say that. This is solid core Republican area. I think is untrue in the most recent State Supreme Court election the liberal candidate. Jill corrupts keep Rad. Within six percent I believe of the more conservative candidate Daniel. Kelly sought the question that I want to ask you here with that. Backdrop is is you ran in this race with the unusual backdrop of covid nineteen hanging over our heads and so on how big of a factor was president trump. Have you detected that trump is become more of a negative than a positive in that district. Do you believe that your race is a bellwether that the district remained staunchly Republican or. None of those things come into play. I'm just gonNA throw a log. Open ended question to their. And that's because while I think most people would have stunned if dunker had beaten you. I know the Democrats are hoping to make this a very very close race so that they could raise a fortune and try to topple you in the November election. And that just didn't happen. Your your victory was by a rather wide margin. Fact I'll say Sean Duffy. Like so some thoughts on running in this particular time in this environment. The covid story the situation with regard to president trump and so on and your thoughts on. What if anything they had to do with your results? Yeah I think. President trump is still positive up here and And actually I think if you couple it with the results in California last night mark. I think it's clear that is the Democrats are hoping simply to run on being the Anti Donald Trump party I'm not so sure that they're going to be successful here in twenty twenty and Very strong showing you know this is a district that is. I think you can describe it as one of the populous area it is certainly trump country and I think president trump is still popular and for good reason I would say one thing that could have made this race. Closer was when we were running up to April twenty fourth and that the executive order by To stay in place ordered by Governor Eve irs could've expired on April twenty four th when he announced a week ahead of time that he was going to extend it through Memorial Day. May Twenty Six. It really charged people up. It was at that point that things began to turn here so I was a little bit concerned about motivation and stuff like that with the base that turn them on because they were just like. Now you're not making any sense we're with you governor through April but we are not with you through Memorial Day ninety cases. I thought that's an interesting observation that you made now. While president trump is a republican and the president of the United States each of the states is governed by individual orders and the order from Wisconsin camp from a democratic governor. Tony and I think you're correct. I think when the original locked orders came in place there was an assumption on the part of a Lotta people both political parties that when you set an order for April twenty four th okay we can stick it out for a few weeks when people found out that this is going to be more weeks and maybe be extended beyond that. It changed the political story. Now your contention is and again. It's it's a little bit tricky because the national incumbent is a Republican but the Wisconsin incumbent is a democrat. So how people's attitudes coal the play out. All people are hacked off at the lockdown. Will they blamed trump or will? They support the Republican candidate because the advocate of the lockdown here in Wisconsin is a democrat. And you're saying that in your case you think that it helped give momentum to your side as a Republican the anger over the situation with regard to Tony vs order. Yeah it was a very good way of describing it mark. That's I believe that was one of the dynamics that played out in the final two to three weeks of this election. That the district that you have. I mean it's such a hard district to campaign in. It's different than most of the other districts in the state and I know from talking to people who work that area forever. You have to do television and a lot of different markets. You've got to buy a lot of the different radio stations. Because the signals only carry so far but critical is the grassroots. Get out the vote operation. I think wassaw might be the largest city your district. But it's a lot of rural areas and then zillions of smaller towns and in those smaller towns. They all have volunteers. Opinion LEADERS DOOR TO DOOR PEOPLE. The people that follow up on the get out the vote. And if I've learned anything get out the vote thing you have to motivate the volunteers you have to motivate your get out the vote types who then turn around and motivate the people to actually vote. You had the virus thing which obviously hasn't hit in tremendous numbers in your district but it was hanging over the state and it came right after the State Supreme Court election. There's probably some voter fatigue and all the elections that people have had to take place up there yet. You were able to get your people motivated. Is there some insight that you might want to share on how that happened? Yeah I would give you two things first of all. We had a really good campaign that we put together My campaign manager up here actually. Chhaya really did a terrific job. She's a native of Tomahawk. She understands northern Wisconsin and is just really sharp. Did a terrific job and we were out knocking on doors. If you remember in the primary Mark I one that by basically an identical margin in what is the most expensive House of Representatives primary and the history of the State of Wisconsin. We won that at the grass roots..

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"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Very close. Could have gone over and dumping say took a look like what you make fun of South siders. You know. I don't even get any grief anymore for making fun of part of it is. The cell site is just changed and so many people lived on the side and moved out in so what I be if the new the immigrants that have moved dead. I mean they're just caught up in the hole. Let's talk like a so site or they have no idea what we're talk about. That would be really else I if I do that. I'll be accused of racism. No Guy Though guy. Hey and not getting any trouble. I think the the people who actually live south side sell side jokes are funny ones but some back in the day I hear. They got offended by it. I know Jonathan used to do those least told us to do those. Disney Jonathan Jewish southside. Bits gone I thought he did. No I was on the air with John Jay since about one thousand nine hundred twenty six. I tell he was TM. J When I was a kid the big the big Joe Start that he started in the seventies didn't he? Yes malate sick saying chat that's well that's MEA. That's was over there. He's an institution you know. I made fun of them a little bit when he was competing against me directly. But I've never refused to give him his prophecies. Have Milwaukee Radio Institution? I'd say he's one of the top ten of the biggest stars in the history of Milwaukee Radio. I intern for him for a list of listed. Could argue. Either number one right now. Well if that new There's there's there's a debatable. That's what something is. When you say something's debatable. It means it's debatable. But I'd be the debate ibn the debate. Where do you rake shot in the kind of all time? Champ of traffic reporters. You're know you're not. You're not even close to that. You kidding that open close to the Champion. W I said I still think captain L. is bigger than you? Nobody knows if captain Al is any more but I mean what you say of all time you have to consider all tied. You don't go by Dow nobody standard. You can't claim Lou GEHRIG's at all time baseball great because some millennial doesn't know who he is Lou Gehrig was great. I mean you go back and check gehrig stats. If you'll gary was that of the same team as Babe Ruth put up. There is one of the top five or ten players of all time as well as Lou. Gehrig's stats astonishing. Everybody's oil. He played the bus consecutive games. That are cal ripken me career batting average. Like three forty three fifty. It's just ridiculous. Ad Babe Ruth. All the home runs but at the time. Lou GEHRIG was way up there at the all time home. Run List my favorite Babe Ruth Steph. This is a really good one when Babe Ruth retired at a little bit right. It's not when he retired. There was one point in Babe. Ruth's career that he was already the all time home run leader when he was playing the guy in second had less than half is him. I mean we we tweet talking about. I don't know it just came. We're talking about the greatest are accomplishments of all time. What brought that up. Do you remember that you on that day. Get both of you. It was something that we could be something that I was discussing it in my personal life with Fred's but like the ultimate accomplishment in records. I in fact it was something. Aided off the air but Babe Ruth had there was a point in his career with a guy that was in second place in home runs had less than half that he did at. That's just the back to talking about me now. Yeah where you stand in the all time Milwaukee. Nobody's done this job. It's hard for traffic item. Make the top kit. Nobody's done this job longer than I have. There is nobody Milwaukee. Radio has done this job longer than I. Well you certainly I see. I don't know how long captain L was out over there. I mean he was I. He went back to the days of Charlie Hanson shaky. And all of that captain l was still on the air here when I came here which is eighty nine. We're talking about Captain Elba's You Know He. I don't think he did it more Browning who has a police captured as well as if he did it. More than twenty years. I'd be surprised I actually don't overdo. How many how many years have an Cadillac? Get it on my show for. But I think he hadn't had about six years. Maybe Yeah I've been here. I said it was. It's that's hard for me to get it on the show since ninety nine. I've been doing traffic since ninety seven and we had to captain. Al Was by the time I came on here. They had moved him and he was only doing mornings. They would do fill my program in the afternoon. Ben Sherman did it for a while we had Kazalinsk was doing it. There was never like anybody that had established here on the station that this is going to be the long term role and we went through. There are several people that and get it and she was she. Kinda had that kneel down in politics was most of the ninety s that Amazon. And after that there might have been like a gap with villains after an left but then it was pretty much. You ever sense right. Yeah Tom Cars. Auntie I'm Jay Long Time but not as not twenty years. Yeah D- it's hard to remember. How long some people do things? Yeah it's like when people are shocked that I went up. Tv show was on for eighteen years. It's one of the longest running. Local television shows in Milwaukee was eighteen years now. There was a gap in which it switch stations. We went from channel twelve to channel fifty eight in the middle of it. But all told when you add it up it was eighteen years that that was odd but I mean there are some people say you had a TV like five or six years. No it was eighteen years. Yeah because they just know when they were paying attention and it's hard it is hard to keep track of how why something was going on. I mean there's probably people that are blown away that I've been on the year here for thirty years. I'm blown away by that. That's ridiculous to be like ninety seven to abs on that so you want to continue to talk about yourself. There's nothing left to say about you. We've covered it from clean. You're the biggest traffic star in the history of. I'm I'm declaring it right now. Let me say not. You saw people who claim that I'm awful self is going to get this. I'm not I'm not saying you're not although I'd question. I'm not saying you're not we're just saying that you're claiming that you are Paul thanks. There's no way that you are pauses because on multiple stations. That's one of the things that's changed radio. There's a lot of people that are on multiple stations now back in the day generally even on stations like I'm Jay. Put their people on Katie. I back that much you know back in. The old now was generally ever Moore on the one station now. There's numerous people that are on multiple stations in radio. So there's that but most of the stations that you've been on let's be honest. Had the crap until recently. Weren't you on the station that you know that? What's his name? The short little rich kid you know runs Kerr Mazen. I was Yes for. I mean that's along even before he owned it. Even more of you doing that over there. You probably ended up being hurt by what eighty one listeners years combined tonight but five listeners per year five or six that would get up to it. I know more people. The number would go down in the afternoon. I know more people that I worked with on that station. Then actually listen to that station. It's just amazing. Things that have shut down during Cova that some the ones that happened. That's apparently still out there a sports station when there's no sports I mean. Nobody listens to that station. Whether aren't sports difference. Not GonNa. I'm Mark Allen late afternoon show few moments away from beginning. Four o'clock hour.

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"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Very close. Could have gone over and dumping. Say took a look. Like what you make fun of south, siders, you know I don't even get any grief anymore for making fun of part of it is. The cell site is just changed, and so many people lived on the side and moved out. In so what I be if the new the immigrants that have moved dead I mean they're just caught up in the hole. Let's talk like a so site or they have no idea what we're talk about. That would be really else I. If I do that I'll. Be Accused of racism. No. Guy Though guy. Hey and not getting any trouble I think. The, the people who actually live south side sell side jokes are funny ones, but some back in the day I hear. They got offended by it. I know Jonathan used to do those least told us to do those Disney. Jonathan Jewish southside BITs. Gone I thought he did. No I. was on the air with John was at TM Jason. Support One thousand, nine hundred twenty six. I tell he was tm j when I was a kid, the big the big Joe. Start that he started in the seventies, didn't he? Yes. Malate sick. Saying chat that's well. That's MEA. That's was over there. He's an institution. You know I made fun of them a little bit. When he was competing against me directly, but I've never refused to give him. His prophecies have Milwaukee Radio. Institution I'd say he's one of the top ten of the biggest stars in the history of Milwaukee. Radio I intern for him for a list of listed could argue either number one right now. Well if that new. there's there's there's a debatable. That's what something is when you say something's debatable, it means it's debatable, but I'd be the debate. Ibn the debate. Where do you rake shot in the? Kind of. All Time Champ of traffic reporters you're. Know you're not. You're not even close to that. You kidding that open close to the champion W I, said I still think captain L. is bigger than you. Nobody knows if captain Al is any more, but I mean. What you say of all time you have to consider all tied you don't go by Dow nobody. Standard. You can't claim Lou. GEHRIG's at all time. Baseball great because some millennial doesn't know who he is. Lou Gehrig was great i. mean you go back and check gehrig stats if you'll? Gary was that of the same team as Babe Ruth? He would be put up. There is one of the top five or ten players of all time as well as Lou gehrig's stats astonishing everybody's oil. He played the bus consecutive games. That are cal ripken me. Career batting average like three, forty, three fifty. It's just ridiculous ad. Babe Ruth all the home runs, but at the time Lou GEHRIG was way up there at the all time home. Run List my favorite Babe Ruth Steph. This is a really good one when Babe. Ruth, retired. At a little bit right? It's not when he retired. There was one point in Babe Ruth's career. that. He was already the all time home. Run leader when he was playing. The Guy in second had less than half is him. I, mean we. We tweet talking about I. Don't know it just came. We're talking about the greatest records or accomplishments of all time. What brought that up? Do you remember that you on that day? Get both of you. It was something that we. Could be something that I was discussing it in my personal life with Fred's, but like the ultimate accomplishment in records I. in fact, it was something aided off the air, but Babe Ruth had there was a point in his career with a guy that was in second place in home runs had less than half that he did at. That's just the. Back to talking about me now, yeah! Where you stand in the all time, Milwaukee nobody's done this job. It's hard for traffic to make the top kit. Nobody's done this job longer than I have. There is nobody Milwaukee. Radio has done this job longer than I. Well you certainly I see I. Don't know how long. Captain L was out over there I. mean he was i. he went back to the days of Charlie Hanson shaky and all of that. Captain L was still on the air here when I came here. Which is eighty nine? We're talking about a captain Elba's. You, know he I don't think he did it more prominent. Who has a police captain as well as if he did it more than twenty years I'd be surprised. I actually don't overdo. How many how many years have? An Cadillac get it on my show for, but I think he hadn't had about six years maybe. Yeah I've been here. I said it was it's that's hard for me to get it on the show. Since Ninety nine, I've been doing traffic since ninety seven and we had to captain. Al Was by the time I came on here. They had moved him and he was only doing mornings. They would do fill my program in the afternoon. Ben Sherman did it for a while we had Kazalinsk was doing it. There was never like anybody that had established here on the station that this is going to be the long term. Role and we went through. There are several people that and get it. And she was she kinda had that kneel down in politics was most of the ninety s that Amazon and after that there might have been like a gap with villains after an left, but then it was pretty much. You ever sense right, yeah! Tom Cars on I'm Jay Furner time, but not as not twenty years. Yeah! It's hard to remember how long some people do things. Yeah. It's like when people are shocked that I went up TV. Show is on for eighteen years. It's one of the longest running local television shows in Milwaukee was eighteen years now there was a gap in which it switch stations. We went from channel twelve to channel fifty eight in the middle of it, but all told when you add it up. It was eighteen years that that was odd, but I mean there are some people say you had a TV like five or six years. No, it was eighteen years. Yeah, because they just know when they were paying attention and it's hard, it is hard. To. Keep track of how why something was going on. I mean there's probably people that are blown away that I've been on the year here for thirty years. I'm blown away by that. That's ridiculous. Have to be like ninety seven to abs on that. So you want to continue to talk about yourself. There's nothing left to say about you. We've covered it. From clean. You're the biggest traffic star in the history of. I'm I'm declaring it right now. Let me say not. You saw people who claim that I'm awful self. Is Going to get this I'm not. I'm not saying you're not although I'd question. I'm not saying you're not. We're just saying that you're claiming that you are Paul thanks. There's no way that you are. Pauses because on multiple stations. That's one of the things that's changed radio. There's a lot of people that are on multiple stations now back in the day. Generally even on stations like I'm Jay. People on, Katie I back that much. You know back in the old now is generally ever Moore on the one station. Now there's numerous people that are on multiple stations. In radio, so there's that but most of the stations that you've been on. Let's be honest, had the crap. Until recently. Weren't you on the station that? You know that what's his name? The short little rich kid you know runs Kerr Mazen I was. Yes, for I mean that's along. Even before he owned it even more of you doing that over there, you probably ended up being hurt by what eighty one listeners. Combined tonight about five listeners per year five or six. That would get up to it. I know more people. The number would go down in the afternoon I. Know More People that I worked with on that station. Then actually listen to that station. It's just amazing things that have shut down during Cova. That some the ones that happened. That's apparently still out there. A sports station when there's no sports..

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"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Or another. That's what happened here with this administration. When mom and dad are gone for the week at it you have the party. You figure. We'll have enough time to clean this all up. It's gone and nobody will be Eddie. The wiser that's what you figure and when the FBI when Komi who is running the FBI. Loretta Lynch who was his boss when they all step forward and they started this whole Russia collusion thing and began. This investigation lied to the Pfizer Court. To do this thing with trump. They just figured okay. If when Hillary wins will just drop the whole thing we will have our cover to find out what trump you and so what. We'll just drop it in closed the case and so what? We'll have more than enough time to take care of that because Hillary's people will become an in nothing to worry about. Winds trump's wedding is the equivalent of the parents coming home earlier than expected when the kids are writing the party of the House. Suddenly trump is there and they've got somehow clean this all up instantaneously now to use my analogy which was brilliant. Let's imagine the parents don't just arrived home. They call up and say hey kids. We're going to be home in an hour and a half. We're not stay in for the whole weekend anyway. Now you've got an hour and a half to clean it up remember between the election and the swearing at of the new president. There's two and a half butts. The presidential elections the first Tuesday in November and the swearing in of the president is January. The twentieth you've got two and a half months clean this law up and they've got to clean this all up and cover their tracks with regard to the Russia collusion thing they've got to somehow claiming that the Russia collusion investigation was a real thing and not a put up job. They've gotta find now some actual criminality to justify this thing that they had lied to this fake investigation. They have a fake investigation that they have to turn into real. They gotTA fight some crime in here somehow really really really quick times is rolling. A time is rolling along one of the guys that they had under investigation was Michael. Flynn who was aide to trump and the incoming national security advisor travail gets widened his president. In the meantime.

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"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"state supreme court" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"I'm going to get into that story in a moment but first I'm GonNa give you the three o'clock hour word. The help pay your bills. Kashtan contests the word this hour bio S I S. I L E SMILE. You have until four. Pm detects that into two hundred two hundred instantly. Want two thousand dollars in cash. You'll get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates. Apply in this. They should wide contest. It has been suggested to be by a couple of listeners that many people having a very hard time following how the Russia collusion story tied into. Michael Flynn the unmasking story. What does this have to do with Obama and Biden so odd and granted? The one of the reasons people are having a hard time following it is. It is not getting the attention even on conservative media that it deserves. Because you've got the COVID nineteen story that is out there but with this thing now. I think very close the coming to ahead and the very very strong possibility that you're going to see the fingerprints of the Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on the smearing of an innocent American citizen. We're GONNA have to get this story not only out there but we have to get people to understand what it was that happened. This is why I've chosen to present this. At the beginning of the program and then discuss some of the explosive developments today which seemed to point to Biden Ando. Baba either individually or together perhaps even directing the action that led to the smear of Flynn the criminal conviction of spin a flynn in an attempt to cover up the actions of the government in inventing the Russia collusion story. So I'm going to go back to the beginning before I get to today's developments. We've got the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign going on and remember that during that campaign you not only had the Republican story of the emergence out of nowhere. Donald Trump is the candidate for president. And the freak out that this was causing but the fact also that the Democratic nominee for president was deeply tainted and herself the subject of a criminal investigation during the campaign during the time that she was running for president there was an FBI investigation going on into Hillary Clinton's use of her government. Email destroying evidence destroyed emails. And so odd. This was a case that was going on while she was running for president and you had an FBI. That was trying to figure out how it could avoid bringing criminal charges against Democratic candidate for president even though it was overwhelmingly obvious that she committed crimes by destroying these evil. You're not allowed to do it. She had her own private server in which she was putting government business on rather than go to the government email system as she supposed to. She smashed it with a hammer to destroy the evidence that was under subpoena at the time while that was going while the FBI was doing that the FBI was also initiating new investigation. It grab material it got from the Democratic National Committee this idiotic steel dossier filled with loads of crap about Donald Trump and presented that to the I secret. American court called the FIS accord and they said look we've got evidence of Donald Trump doing all these things and Russians are involved. They never told the court that the document came from and was paid for an IRA the Democratic National Committee. They never disclosed that. It was a political document so those two things are going out of the same time in twenty sixty. What does this have to do with the current day of Michael? Flynn you have get all of these pieces together to understand what happened here. And why why? They took the extreme action of smearing and innocent American. So here we are in twenty six hundred you've got the story going on with regard to Hillary Clinton and the emails and the got to try to come up with some way to clear and remember that this is all coming to a head during the time that she's running for President and then you've got the FBI which was also in charge of the Hillary Clinton cases now the FBI now decides to initiate and do something to try to go after Donald Trump on this whole Russian thing remember. There was a reason that they had to go to the FISA COURT. In order to begin their criminal investigation. They had to claim that. There's a criminal case here. You can't just investigate someone with Al 'cause in order to wire tap answered. Vail you've got to shit you've got to tell the judge that you've got probable cause and when you're talking about doing things about monitoring international conversations at all of this stuff that requires the approval of this highest level court. The feis accord so they went in and they were not forthcoming to the Fisa court for the purposes of initiating this investigation. They then had to find somebody who did something that they claim was raw claim that they had a basis for the investigation and they came up with this dupe who worked in the trump campaign a very low level guy who in fact had done nothing wrong and they tried to distort a conversation that he had with some rushing entities. This became the basis to begin all of this now. Let's understand why they did it. And for people that have had a hard time following the story the key here is. Why did they do this? Why were they doing all of this crap and twenty sixteen inventing this Russia collusion thing? Beginning this investigation. Doing all of this wire-tapping and so odd. What's the motivation for it? Remember when you're looking back at something for years later in twenty twenty it is important to understand when someone was doing something in order to understand why they were doing it for example if somebody told you that in two thousand fifteen. I was hoarding peanut butter. You'd have a hard time figuring out. Why was supporting peanut butter? But maybe if you knew what? I was up to at the time in two thousand fifteen. That I was hoarding peanut butter. You'd be able to come up with the motivation for it. I strongly feel the need. I wish that I could. This is the one time. I wish I was a teacher because I could then threaten. The class not not not have classes. Not Teachers are teaching. What have I got to go on zoom on one day one day every three weeks that I out there and say that? Hey there's gotta be a quiz at the end of this. I know that the rack at the teachers had. They say that there's going to be a quiz at the end of this. It's the only way they figured they can get people to pay attention anyway. The point that I'm making is if you want to understand what someone's motivation for. Having done something was it was something they did in the past. You have to consider what was going on at the time and the key is is that this was all happening in the summer. The middle of twenty sixteen. There was something that happened later on that. They never dreamed what happened. They never dreamed. Donald trump would get elected president. Nobody thought that was going to happen. Hillary was leading consistently in the pool at some point by a wide margin. What they were mostly concerned about was getting this email thing out of the way so that Hillary could get herself. Elected president in uncomplicated fashion. That this thing wasn't still hanging over her after she. What in the meantime the Russia collusion thing wise? The insurance policy. Let's find out what trump and his people are up to you now. Who knows what they were looking for when they began all of this surveillance of trump and his people. They certainly weren't looking to prove that he did anything. Corrupt with the Russians. Because they knew from the beginning that he didn't mother knew when he began his investigation early in seventeen. They knew that there wasn't any of that. It was simply the excuse to simply find out what was going on with trump. Now I happen to think they were trying to find out what trump's people do about the hillary email thing and that's their surveillance waterlog but that's just the guest and it's not really relevant to our discussion further rod but it may explain why they were doing all right. James Call me the head of the FBI comes out and cleared. Hillary during right in the middle of the cab paid gives us report. Well you know this that and the other. Take Corby being something of an incompetent. Corrupt director then muddled into this reopening of the investigation later on but he ends up Clearing Hillary. Now let's turn our focus over the Russia. Collusion thing this goes on this goes on. This goes on the wiretapping. Goes on you remember. Trump made that allegation their wiretap. It'd be trump tower. Everybody said he was nuts. He said I'm going to be proven right about this. In fact there was surveillance going on if not directly of him a people who work for him and other people associated with him they were also trying to figure out where some of these DNC leaks were coming from. They tried to claim that it was the Russians that did it. We now know that the Russians didn't do it. There was the no evidence whatsoever of Russia's involvement in this thing at all so November sixteen comes around somehow trump wits. It's very important in understanding this story to realize what a shock that was. I know some of you thought trump was going to win but not many people that nobody in the establishment thought trump was going to wed. This created an entirely new set of problems. Aside from the fact that trump was the president it creates ninety million problems for the FBI. Why why does trump's wedding create all the the remember? Now we're still back in sixteen. Why does this create a zillion problems for the FBI? Because in two and a half months trump's going to be in charge of the at he might find out all the bleep. They were doing with regard to this phony investigation of Russian collusion and they get to the bottom of the fact that they indeed were wiretapped. He might get to the bottom of the fact that they did lie to the FIS accord. Suddenly the Justice Department the Attorney General isn't going to be Loretta Lynch it's going to be somebody that. Donald trump names. They're all going to be working for him so they've got all this wrong doing that. They were doing that. They figured well nobody ever find out about it because Hillary is GonNa win the election and that her people being charged and she was all out of the beneficiaries. This she isn't GonNa Care. She's going to be proud of for doing instead. Now trump wins..

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