35 Burst results for "Stephen Miller"

Stephen Miller: Biden Should Be Impeached for His Border Policies

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Stephen Miller: Biden Should Be Impeached for His Border Policies

"With respect to impeachment it's not even a question It is a necessity Now I just went through a fairly wonky explanation but here's the very blunt explanation Bottom has a legal duty to deport and prevent the entry of the people he's spending your tax dollars right now on getting into the country It's as clear cut a violation of the law and constitution as you could ever get Imagine a counterfactual if you will Let's say the Congress passed a law under some president saying that you have a legal obligation to admit say 10,000 guest workers from Mexico every month to build houses like tonk Congress has passed a law and they said you have to do it It's in law And then Donald Trump comes into office And he says I don't care about this law I refuse to comply with it And this will always written It was airtight You had no way around it And the president Trump just said I'm not following this law I'm not letting these guest workers in I will not do it He would be impeached on the floor of the House of Representatives within a week And yet that would be a much lesser offense and infinite lesser offense than breaking our laws to bring in well over well over 5 million of legal aliens in the span of two years time If we don't impeach him I don't want to hear about well you'll never have the votes in the Senate If the house doesn't impeach him and there's not a trial in the Senate then what we are saying is every Democrat president for the rest of our lives has a free pass to come in and let in every single person So it doesn't matter if you win The White House every other time You can get to zero E legals for four years in a row or 8 years in a row and all your hard work will be undone when the Democrat president comes in and lets in 5 ten 15 20 million it doesn't matter there's nothing you can do That's the end of the democracy at the end of the republic

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Stephen Miller: Understanding Biden's New Immigration Strategy

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Stephen Miller: Understanding Biden's New Immigration Strategy

"I guess they have a new smartphone application like a fast pass if you will You can click a button and be given a green light to come into the country And presumably you'll be flown here probably by an NGO and non governmental organization who I imagine also the ones who will be handing out the phones where migrants can click the buttons to get their passes into the United States And the fake authority that they're using for this is something known as humanitarian parole And so for those of you who follow this for a while you're obviously not familiar with DACA which is the same concept but for illegal aliens who are already here So Congress has passed a couple of statutes that give the president an extraordinary circumstances the authority to provide immigration relief to somebody So if they're here in the United States illegally for example and they're about to be deported But they have a stroke or a seizure You could give them deferred action and say we're going to let you go to the hospital get your get some blood thinners whatever it may be Then we'll deport you That would be a lawful application deferred action for example And so Obama said I'm going to give the first action to every single illegal alien who is eligible for the dream act that Congress defeated That was obviously an imperial usurpation of authority that violated the constitution and was executive lawmaking of the worst kind This is the exact same thing Humanitarian parole will be a situation where somebody shows up at the border and is having say a medical emergency And so instead of supporting them you would say we're going to take you to the hospital and we'll support you later And Biden is saying I'm going to use this to create from whole cloth a new Visa program So 30,000 would be illegal aliens a month will enter the United States and we will give them full awful status We will give them work permits We will get them freedom to move and we'll say on paper all this will only be for two years but of course like DACA it will be renewed forever and indefinitely And then

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Why Is There Silence About the Border? Stephen Miller Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:21 min | Last month

Why Is There Silence About the Border? Stephen Miller Explains

"Play a piece of tape here. Look what's happening on the border is just so terrible. And by the way, MSNBC is starting to report on it. I'm curious to find out why and get Steven's take on that. Let's go to cut 93, please. The horror stories that people face just when they get to Mexico and trying to get to the U.S.. They're being kidnapped, starved, raped, extorted. That's just in Mexico. I was just wondering, where is the urgency here? Where is the outrage that men, women and children are going through hell and it seems as though, unless there's some political aspect to this, there's no outrage. There's no focus. No, this is a planned invasion of the country. Stephen, why is MSNBC carrying all of a sudden? Well, I think a big factor here is the election is over. And so there was no universe where they were going to give this any kind of attention before the election. And so I think this is a phenomenon we've seen a lot. So I think it probably fits pretty well to that bucket, which is it's the equivalent of making some sort of admission or concession for historical purposes to say, I don't know, we covered it at sea like we checked this box, but waiting to do that to the point of which it will have the least useful political impact for those who care about border security. And I think that's a lot of what's going on here. You can expect that coverage to disappear at any point in time. When it becomes convenient for it to disappear.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:27 min | Last month

"stephen miller" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Yeah, I just think you guys are doing such wonderful work and America first legal is one of the most important and powerful organizations. You guys are really moving the dial. By the way, you guys can, if you're plaintiffs, you can go to AF legal dot org slash hotline and put TPUSA in the subject line. And we're really yes, that's another yes, that's another very important thing I'm glad you mentioned that. So yes, we are partnering with TPUSA. So do exactly what Charlie just said. Go to AF legal ORG slash hotline and put TPUSA in the subject and then we will be able to flag that as being part of this partnership and be able to get to it right away and be able to look at whatever that legal complaint is. But if you're a college student right now, any internship, any fellowship, any academic program, any corporate program that has any kind of discrimination on the basis of sex. So for example, favoritism to LGBTQI groups to use their terminology. Or favoritism based on race. That's all illegal. Let us know, and we can file lawsuits as appropriate. I think that's so incredibly important. And so I just want to talk about the border here, Steven. I mean, can you just give our audience a little bit of a window into what's happening on the southern border, the rescinding of title 42, which in your to give you credit, you were kind of one of the architects? Is that fair to say Stephen of that policy if I remember correctly? I was one of the, one of the individuals who both raised the need for this as well as was responsible for implementing it. Yeah, so tell us what it is and how dangerous it is that it's now been rescinded or repealed. Yes. So title 42 was an authority that was implemented by president Trump on the advice and guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and 2020. And basically, it's a public health authority that gives the executive branch fleet authority to prohibit the entry of any foreign national if there's any concern about the spread of disease or communicable illness, giving United States. And again, that's in the sole discretion of the executive branch. So it doesn't say that it has to be a particular threshold of disease or a particular kind of disease. It's a very broad authority. And obviously, we've known for many, many years that the southern border is a vector for the spread of illness. We know we've all heard the stories about measles, smallpox, tuberculosis, scabies, not to mention. The flu. The none of us, none of us wants to get the flu. None of us want our children to get the flu. Nobody likes the flu. There's no reason why to take something that's very elemental that any of us should have more flu because there's an open border. About a flu we have is all the flu that we need. Nobody needs more flu coming through the southern border with the very unsanitary conditions associated with mass illegal migration. So all of that, all of the qualifies. Now you add on top of that, of course, COVID-19. And you have more than a sufficient illegal basis to deny the entry of anybody, which means no asylum, no refugee status, no ability to fight your deportation. So it's a blanket authority that circumvents every other authority to say that you can't come in period. No exceptions. And so we implemented that in 2020. And the Biden administration, when they came into office, immediately carved out very large populations from title 42. Basically, all unaccompanied minors, which is the reason why the record setting numbers of 17 and younger illegal immigrants traveling alone. I mean, they're obviously not smuggled here alone, but they're without an adult companion. Arriving over the last two years. Numbers, nobody's ever seen before. And then they carved out almost all illegal immigrant families. Then they started carving out additional nationalities. So pretty much anybody beyond Central America was in most cases categorically exempt from title 42. So for basically most of two years, pedal 42 has been used for a very limited subset of people, but still used for that remaining subsidy of the Google immigrants..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:26 min | Last month

"stephen miller" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Okay, so we got actually our numbers. I asked our team, I said, what do we spend at turning point? And look, we've been very blessed. Over a 130,000 donors, 145,000 donors. So last year we reported at turning point USA, we raised $55.2 million in total revenue. And we spent $3.1 million in fundraising expenses. So that's nonprofit that's mailings, that's text messages that's emails, that's donor events. So at turning point USA, that's a 6%. So we spent 6% on fundraising expenses. And the RNC spent 40% on fundraising expenses. By the way, if you want to contact your RNC member and ask them why they are wasting your money with $17 million on donor mementos and $700,000 on flowers, you guys can contact your RNC member at higher harm meat dot com. That's higher like you are hiring somebody, HARM, T dot com. Joining us now is Stephen Miller, a great patriot. There's a new story out in The Washington Post how a Trump allied group fighting anti white bigotry beat Biden in court, Steven, welcome back to the program. Great to be here. Thank you so much. So Steven, tell us, how did you and you're the founder of America first legal? How did you beat Biden in the court with his blatant and naked anti white beliefs and views? Well, it's quite simple, really. Federal civil rights law is as unambiguous as it gets. Racial discrimination is illegal. Particularly of course, when carried out by the federal government and that's true in any context and no matter who you're discriminating against, and for years, and that is something we've talked about before. Under the guise of equity, the left has been pushing formalized racial discrimination against both white people as well as a few other ethnic groups Indians Asians, Jews, et cetera and all of that is of course completely illegal. Whether you're talking about admissions to universities, whether you're talking about eligibility for grant money, whether you're talking about eligibility for federal benefits, all of that at any context is illegal. And so we sued the Biden administration for some of these very bigoted policies. Yes. And we also have ongoing lawsuits and other contexts over the exact same thing. So we have sued Amazon over racial discrimination in which if you are a Caucasian Amazon driver, you're not eligible for the same benefits as drivers who have other skin color. We've also sued Texas a and M university for racial discrimination in the hiring of professors. So this is an area where we are very active and very engaged in order to preserve equal justice for all in America. And I would just say to all of your viewers and all of your listeners that if you see something, say something, contact us at AF legal dot org slash equality, AF legal ORG slash equality. That's our portal for any complaints about racial discrimination. And if you have a valid case, if there's something that is legally actionable, then we will be in a position to evaluate that and possibly provide pro Bono legal representation..

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How the RNC Is Blowing YOUR Money

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | Last month

How the RNC Is Blowing YOUR Money

"USA is nowhere near the size of the RNC. We are a fraction. We do raise a serious amount if you count turning point USA turning point action, we have over a 165,000 grassroots donors, very blessed. So I know a little bit about this space about what it's like to allocate expenditures. 40% of all the money spent by the Republican National Committee was spent on fundraising. 40%. So if you give a dollar to the RNC, if you give a dollar to the GOP, 40 cents on the dollar is going to go spend to is being spent to raise more money. And so the RNC's responses, well, the RNC has raised record amounts of money. Well, they've raised record amounts of money because they're spending all your money in raising more money. It's that they spend money on new solicitations, buying new lists, and that's part of their response. But if anyone in the audience, please email me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. What is the argument? For spending $700,000 on floral arrangements. Somebody said, well, Charlie, it's for donors that passed away. Okay, that's not the best spent. I'll be honest, that's not the best money spent by the RNC. At $700,000, got to be spent on data that could be spent on critical infrastructure in the states. That's not the best money spent. I'm not saying you shouldn't honor a person that passes away, but $700,000 on flowers. Okay, so you might say, well, what is what are the Democrats spend? The Democrat National Committee only spent a $1000 on flowers. So this is just the election cycle. The RNC spent $321,000 on flowers and the Democrats spent $1000 on flowers.

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The RNC Needs to Be Held to a Higher Standard

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | Last month

The RNC Needs to Be Held to a Higher Standard

"There was a powerful article that was published last evening by Jennifer van law. We're going to have her on the program in a little bit. Analysis of RNC spending since 2017. The only first by saying this begin by saying this. That when we analyze and we judge the Republican National Committee, the GOP, especially the committee itself, it must be held to a higher standard, it must be held to more scrutiny than almost any other organization and I'll tell you why. First of all, the Republican National Committee is a very regulated organization. The Republican National Committee can not receive unlimited donations. The top, the most that they can receive from a person or a couple, I believe, is $750,000 per year. Now you might say, well, Charlotte that's an extraordinary amount of money. It is, but super PACS, as you saw with George Soros, putting a 120 million in can raise a lot of money very quickly from small amounts of people. The Republican National Committee can also coordinate with campaigns. So the RNC can work with state committees that could work with the Arizona Republican Party. It can work with the Georgia Republican Party. The RNC can also pick up the phone and talk to the Herschel Walker campaign. Could talk to Donald Trump's campaign. They could do things called Jay V FCs. That's right. JFC is joint fundraising committees. For example, they did this with Donald Trump and it was called Trump victory. So used correctly and used properly. The Republican National Committee, the GOP, is able to go places that super PACS legally are not allowed to go. So for example, super PACS that you might see American crossroads, which was Karl rove's deal or priorities USA, which is a left wing one. They are not allowed to pick up the phone and work with campaigns. They are not allowed to pick up the phone and work with state committees. They have to be separate. They have to be walled off. They're not allowed to coordinate. The Republican National Committee and the Democrat National Committee because they are parties are the only organizations that are allowed to coordinate on messaging on strategy, on resources, on funding, and especially when it comes to the state committees themselves.

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Unpacking the FTX Meltdown!

Crypto Current

01:25 min | 2 months ago

Unpacking the FTX Meltdown!

"I'm Stephen Miller and you were watching the aftershock the shore we bring you the latest and greatest from the world of web three. And while I know it may not seem like it's the greatest lately, we're still here to keep you updated on everything going on in the markets so that you can be an informed investor participant or builder. Of course, I am joined every single Wednesday here on the aftershock with my co host Richard Richard how are you today? You know, hanging in there. I had the opportunity to go to the Texas blockchain summit in Austin last week and I felt really good about the conversations around what's to come next because unfortunately with everything that just happened with FTX regulation is inevitable. I don't necessarily see it as a bad thing, but I do think the voices in the room that need to be discussing how to bring in regulation without stifling innovation is going to be important. And I left that conference feeling encouraged by what people who understand what's going on in the world of crypto is trying to bring forth as it relates to regulation. So I think that was probably the high points of the last week in all of the reign of negativity that is out there. But how about yourself? You know, man, I'm just over here trying to put together my album of FTX greatest hits because they just keep a comment, don't they? It is going to be a very, very difficult next few months. I can already tell,

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White House chief of staff warned on Hatch Act violation

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

White House chief of staff warned on Hatch Act violation

"President Biden's chief of staff has been warned for retweeting a political message on his government Twitter account The office of special counsels is Ron klain violated the Hatch Act which bans government officials from using their official roles to influence elections A conservative group led by Trump adviser Stephen Miller had complained about a retweet in May The office of special counsel said last year Miller and several other Trump officials repeatedly violated the Hatch Act with Trump's approval Biden spoke of in karine Jean Pierre often cites that law in deflecting political questions noting earlier this week I have to be careful of what I say because we do respect the Hatch Act here in this administration Sagar Meghani Washington

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Stephen Miller: Biden's Cognitive Mistakes Can Lead to Nuclear War

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 4 months ago

Stephen Miller: Biden's Cognitive Mistakes Can Lead to Nuclear War

"Cut ten. Here's more of what Stephen Miller said about the cognitive decline of Joe Biden and why it matters. I'm not sitting here just trying to take political pot shots at Democrats. That's not what we're saying. You have got to understand what the risk is here. Stephen Miller sure understands it. Of course, we can talk about Afghanistan, the greatest foreign policy humiliation in American history without even a close second, we can talk about the fact that this administration is now presiding over the first war in Europe since the Second World War, obviously you've had some conflicts, so I shouldn't say the first major war in Europe since the Second World War. There's obviously been some conflicts, but the first major war in Europe. And nothing like, for example, what happened in the Balkans or what happened in the Clinton administration, you're talking about something that could lead us to nuclear war. You're talking so that could lead us to World War II. So this could lead to nuclear war. Do you understand it?

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Stephen Miller: Biden Is Not 'Cognitively Present' as President

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 4 months ago

Stephen Miller: Biden Is Not 'Cognitively Present' as President

"Last night, former senior adviser to Trump, Stephen Miller, was on newsmax's Eric bolling show. Here's cut two. Listen to Steven Miller, what he accurately pointed out. And I want to play for you his argument and then I want to tell you ask you to call and tell me whether you agree or disagree with Stephen Miller's assessment. The President Biden is not cognitively present. He does not have the mental capacity to serve as the president of the United States of America. If he was in a nursing home, he would be in the assisted living section, not the area where people are in a retirement community who are living their own lives and who are making their own decisions. Maybe they just have a little bit of help when they need it. He would be in the round the clock care section for someone who forgets who they are, where they are, what they're doing, who's alive, who's dead, how to take care of themselves. He is completely cognitively diminished and deteriorated. So this is a terrifying situation. And of course, we see the results. We see the results all the time. The world is more violent, more dangerous, more unstable than ever before.

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DOJ Has Been on a 40 Subpoena Blitz

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:05 min | 5 months ago

DOJ Has Been on a 40 Subpoena Blitz

"As you mentioned, 40 subpoenaed DoJ has issued 40 subpoenas over the past week. Wow, that's a lot. So Boris Epstein, Mike Roman, had the phone seized. The actions represent a substantial escalation of the investigation. To which Jodie and I say yay, Dan scavino was one of the people getting a subpoena Bernard Carrick. There's that name again. Oh boy. So can we ask him about using the respite suite for the 9 11 first responders to bang his girlfriend just for fun? I'm sorry. Girlfriends. There were two mistresses that he was banging in the apartment. Once we get once we get them under oath, just to ask them that just for fun. Right, just because it was the anniversary of 9 11. Right. It was two mistresses behind his wife's back at the apartment 9 11 workers. And the other one was a porn star, right? Right. Yes. Okay, so my point is so that it's hard to keep track of all the crimes, right? The subpoena is for the plan to submit the fake electors, right? Some subpoenas also seek information into the activities of the save America political action committee, oh my God, how many separate investigations do is this now? Do you think what I don't understand is given everything we know about Bannon's help us build the wall grift and the save America thing, how is this guy raising a dime? Are there that many stupid people in America? Apparently. Yeah. Well, this guy Clark saying, you know, you lord, you'd think there's less fools in this world. You know, I mean, so why would anybody send them any money now? I know. So at least 20 of the subpoenas sought information about communications with lawyers who took part in the fake electors scheme, including Giuliani and John eastman, I mean, for those of us that have veruca salted about the Department of Justice, it does seem like they are on the move. Does it not? Well, they're driving, they drop paper on Stephen Miller, which is great, right. And they drop paper on Newt Gingrich. And I would sell tickets to watch Newt Gingrich in front of the January 6th

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Jared Kushner Joins Hugh for an In-Depth Interview About His Memoir of the 2016 Campaign and President Trumps White House - Burst 06

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:46 min | 5 months ago

Jared Kushner Joins Hugh for an In-Depth Interview About His Memoir of the 2016 Campaign and President Trumps White House - Burst 06

"Let's talk, extend the football analogy. Sometimes you have turnover artists. Sometimes you have bad coaches that don't relate signal. I noticed the reference to Margaret Peter Lennon here, and that's two inside baseball for the radio. But I do want to talk about Navarro and Bannon. I've known Peter naru for 30 years. When he ran for mayor as a no growth mayor in San Diego, when he ran unsuccessfully for Congress with Hillary Clinton at his side when he ran for supervisor. Peter is charismatic and fun to be around. I went to a Crosby still national young concert with him once. But he is completely mercurial and off the reservation often. Why in the world did you recruit him? It's a funny story. So one of the things I did on the campaign was Trump called me and says, I want you to write a speech for me for apac. And I go through this in the book. And I wrote a big policy speech for him. It was a policy I understood. And I convinced him to use a teleprompter for the first time, which he was resisted to. We called the story in the book. It's really funny. But you said, look, I used to make fun of the politicians who used teleprompters. And I just do this. If you don't like it, you'll never have to see one again. And he goes and he used it and the speech was incredible at AIPAC. He says to me after I want you to build a speech writing team. So Stephen Miller was on the campaign as I called Steve and I said, look, can we start developing a policy and a speech writing team? And he says, Jared, this is like the first thing I've heard on this campaign that makes any sense. Like that should have been done 6 months ago. But let's do it. So we started putting it together. And I was looking for people who can give me more nuance on Trump's what he was saying about China. So I found Peter's book death by China, which seemed like a title that was in line with what Trump was saying. So I researched him. I was a little nervous because I think he was a Democrat. If you would call me and we got on the phone, I said, hi, I work with president with candidate Trump. And I said, what are your thoughts on him? Because I didn't want to open it up to myself. I love what he's talking about. He's the first politician saying it. And I said, do you want to be on our economic advisory council? And he says, well, who else is on it? And I said, well, I really can't disclose names. Trump's a little controversial now. I don't want to be out there. There's going to be a secret advisory pal. Spears is absolutely all right stuff for you. I'll give you advice. I'll send you stuff. He was the only person on it. I was on it at the time. And so Peter started advising the campaign sent us some very good advice. And then when it came into time and The White House, we ended up putting him in a trade position. And again, he was a very useful voice throughout the time. He definitely played hard. I think he was a little bit paranoid that when Trump wasn't deciding his way that there was some grand conspiracy or people were stewing it up. But I felt like we had a policy on trade that was very revolutionary from a Republican orthodoxy,

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The Massive Lie Living Over Our Society Right Now

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 7 months ago

The Massive Lie Living Over Our Society Right Now

"There is a massive lie that is living over our society right now. And the lie is somehow that children teenagers need to have sexual reassignment surgery or puberty blockers. Now, most of the sexual reassignment surgery in puberty blockers is administered to young girls. Why? We talked about this last evening with Steve smotherman at his church legacy church, young girls in particular, more likely to succumb to peer pressure, and also they're more likely to voice and also, let's say, communicate anxiety when it comes to puberty. It's a clinical fact. And the TikTok social contagion, which again, I've said for quite some time, TikTok is a virus on society, and that no parent should allow their kid to first have a smartphone until they're 18, but I've lost that battle and that's fine. Parents disagree parents want their kids to have smartphones. I think they're terrible, but okay. But then at the very least, don't allow to have TikTok on your kids phone. There is no argument for that period. And so this kind of idea of transitioning and changing your gender has become glamorized and popularized. And as beautifully articulated in Matt Walsh's movie, what is a woman? A lot of young girls when they're 1213 or 14, they're going through body changes, hormones are ranging, raging, they're feeling things that are felt before, and therefore they think incorrectly that they might actually be a man when in fact they are a girl becoming a woman. And this is not just some sort of isolated phenomenon. This is a widespread social contagion.

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Former Trump DOJ Official Jeffrey Clark Raided by FBI

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 sec | 7 months ago

Former Trump DOJ Official Jeffrey Clark Raided by FBI

"So Jeffrey Clark was a Department of Justice official. What is the crime that they're alleging he might have participated in? We don't know, Charlie. I mean, we don't know, we tried to get a sense or Jeff's lawyers tried to get a sense as part of the warrant and they have not revealed what the legal claim is there. Obviously, you know, the left believes that he was up to no good in trying to investigate what millions of people across this country and it was now been documented that there was widespread fraud in the last election. And Jeff was one of the few people at the Department of Justice, I would say, probably the only one that said we have a problem here, the president wants to investigate it to make sure we know and get our arms wrapped around a problem. And Jeff tried to do that. And as a result, he felt he faced the opposition of the career first lawyers that were surrounding

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Russ Vought on a Terrifying New Development From Biden's DOJ and FBI

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 7 months ago

Russ Vought on a Terrifying New Development From Biden's DOJ and FBI

"And for all of you in the grassroots, you have to know that there is this orchestrated plan happening right now. The help us unpack this is Russ vote. He is the president of the center for renewing America and former White House, OMB director. And he also is very close with Jeffrey Clark, who was raided last week by the Department of Justice, Russ, welcome to the Charlie kirchhoff. Thanks for having Charlie. Appreciate it. So Russ walk us through what happened last week with Jeff. Well, Jeff's house was rated in a pre dawn manner. The Department of Justice came to him over a dozen officials law enforcement officials, including those from fairfax county police department. They were there to raid his house to search it to take his electronics, they didn't let him change and let him get into a pair of jeans. They took him out and made him be in his pajamas for over a number of hours. A complete show of intimidation and for those of you who are following the news like you do, Charlie, you know that that coincided with the fact that he was going to be the focus of the January 6th hearings, the sham hearings going on on Capitol Hill. So on a very in the same week that all of the exposure was designed to show that he was at the forefront of a law enforcement investigation to show that this is the person that they were trying to demonize as part of these hearings. And of course, this is just follow on from Peter Navarro. It's follow on from Steve Bannon. Other GOP officials that we're trying to get a handle on and election investigation were the brunt of similar targeting last week. I know that the situation with Jeff better than the others. But this is the weaponization this is the criminalization of politics that we have not seen in this country. In quite some time, if

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"stephen miller" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:31 min | 9 months ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Country. Steven, you talk about how globalist forces want to use immigration as a way to deteriorate national sovereignty and with it break the backbone of our republic and the nation state in general. Yes, well, the eradication of sovereignty is the principle goal of today's global elite, who also happened to be the people running The White House and the current administration. Because it's about a power struggle between the citizenry and people who are rich enough or powerful enough or wealthy enough to be able to rule from a great distance. And so in other words, if the UN is making decisions or if a multilateral group of nations is making decisions, then you as a citizen are not exercising any control and you have no one you can go out of office and nobody that you can hold accountable. And so it's about that struggle between a self governing republic of citizens or an authoritarian globalist elitism. And if we eliminate America's borders and we establish the idea that you as a citizen have no right to govern your own territory, then we've crossed a threshold in which we've ceased to be a Republican government small R Republican government and instead we've become a kind of satellite state of this global elite ruling class. And so one of the things that I think is important to understand is that nothing that you're seeing here is a crisis of neglect or inattention. And I'm often stunned when I hear any conservative writing Republicans say something like, oh, Joe Biden, it was continuing to ignore the border crisis. That ignoring the border crisis, he's planning an executing the border crisis. Every day they issue a new decision whose only purpose and effect is to perpetuate and expand the catastrophe on our border. This is all very intentional, all very deliberate. That's exactly right. Steven, really quickly. I heard I might have heard incorrectly. You're suing the WHO. Is that correct? But we're preparing litigation in the event that they go forward with putting this agreement into force and effect in the United States. So we've sent a very powerful warning laid out very clearly what we will do if they do what we fear and we've enrolled state attorneys general in that fight as well. So the next move is up to the bottom administration. So what is the complaint in general? Walk our audience through that considering what the amendments would be if passed. Just walk us through a little bit of that. I mean, the very short version is that it would put the WHO in the position of declaring when there is a pandemic state of emergency in the states that Simon to this amendment. And then they would be responsible for organizing and directing that response. In practice the way this would work is the WHO would say, okay, there's a monkeypox pandemic. We're initiating our pandemic protocols. And then our health agencies who have helped push and create this agreement were then take their direction, not from our government or our citizens, but from the WHO in terms of tracking surveillance, monitoring mandates, walk downs restrictions, et cetera. That's obviously unconstitutional in more ways than we have time to get into here. I mean, one of the clearest violations, of course, is violating the treaty cause it's never gone to the United States Senate for ratification. And so if they cross that threshold, they get to the point where they are putting the agreement into force and effect. So there's an event, then we will go to court, and we will fight them. And we are in the process now of, as I mentioned, enrolling state attorneys general to be ready to join us in that fight since they oftentimes have some of the best vehicles as well for firing these lawsuits or fighting these actions with lawsuits in court. And they have lots of lawyers in their funded by taxpayers. Stephen Miller, thank you so much. God bless you, thanks for the great work. Thank you. Really enjoyed it. Probably back soon. Yeah, absolutely. Anytime you're suing the bad guys, you're welcome on this program. Thank you, Stephen. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for listening everybody. Email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Thank you so much for listening. God bless. For more, on many of these stories and news you can trust. Go to Charlie Kirk dot com..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:25 min | 9 months ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"You, Andy, keep up the great work. Thanks for coming on our program. Thanks, Charlie. You keep up the good work too. Thank you. Hello everybody, Charlie Kirk here, super important announcement. Look, when you swipe your credit card, you're funding liberal causes. Dozens and dozens of times a month every time you swipe that card, you might as well do BLM LGBT. Clinton foundation. But now there's a choice. I got to know these guys. I vetted them, check out the technology. I'm a partner with them. I'm all in. It's called coin. It's a new credit card built for conservatives. I'm moving all my credit card activity under coin. And the coin credit card is an unlimited cashback Visa credit card that is just like every other credit card you've ever owned with one huge exception. Every time you use the coin card, they contribute the conservative charities that support your values. I'm using it and you should to remember, we have to create a parallel economy, and this is a great new option. Act now, go to CO, IGN dot com right now, to sign up to get a conservative coin credit card. That's co I gn dot com join coin and let's start spending right. And with this right now is the premier immigration expert on the planet. He knows more about this topic than anybody else and he was the architect in The White House around some of the most creative solutions that secured our country when we had president Donald Trump in office. And that is Stephen Miller. Stephen, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. Appreciate that very kind introduction is an honor to be here. Steven, you're terrific. You know this topic very well. I want to start more broadly and then we'll get specific. Can you walk through how we should think about illegal and legal immigration? Immigration should always serve the homeland immigration can be an asset, but at times immigration can also become a liability if it's not managed correctly and it's not done prudently. Can you talk about historically how America has had fluctuations in legal immigration about how illegal immigration is somewhat of a new phenomenon in the last 30 or 40 or 50 years and how should we view immigration as American patriots? Yes, those are all excellent questions to frame up the topic. We try to address each of them. This foundational principle of immigration policy is that any and every decision you make must serve the interest of the citizens who are already living here. That is the prism through which all immigration actions should be evaluated and judged. Whether it be permanent immigration, temporary immigration or illegal immigration. And so one of the things that we've lost in this conversation in recent years, maybe recent decades, is the idea that restrictions on immigration are a positive thing for the people who are already living here. It doesn't matter whether you're talking about restrictions on guest workers, restrictions on green cards, restrictions, obviously on the entry of illegal immigrants, which should of course be zero being illegal. And the reason for that should be pretty obvious to anybody who thinks about it, but of course we have a conversation that's been severely stifled by a combination of corporate interests and political interests, financial interests. So take the example of a public school in a small community that is underfunded and under resourced. And let's say that the student body has a lot of first generation Americans. So they're trying to climb into the middle class, get a great education, live the American Dream. And our job as citizens, as fellow citizens, as policy makers is to help them accomplish that goal. If we have an immigration policy that doubles the size of that classroom overnight, and so that you go from a situation where you have one teacher for 20 students to one teacher for 40 students. That works against the interests of every single student in that classroom, including an probably especially the students who are the most recent arrivals into the country. And so it is in fact pro immigrant to control the flow of future immigration. Use the perhaps overly simplistic analogy, think of a restaurant. If you've been waiting in line to get into a restaurant and you booked your reservation along in advance and it's a very popular if not the most popular restaurant in your community and it has space to say 50 tables and you get your table and you're there, even though maybe this is your first time at that restaurant. You the exact same interest as even the most regular customers at that restaurant to make sure that the managers can come in and put 40 more tables in the restaurant and you're able to with everybody and it takes you four hours to get your meal and there's terrible customer service. And that's what we're doing with our immigration policy is we're straining our public services, restraining our social services or healthcare services, our police departments, and all of it is making life a lot more difficult. For everybody who's living here, but very importantly, it's really disproportionately impacts that members of the existing national community, who are the most recent entrants. And so is very harmful to both first generation immigrants as well as the Hispanic American community in general. As well as the African American community to have a large scale unimpeded immigration..

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Stephen Miller on How Americans Should View Immigration

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 9 months ago

Stephen Miller on How Americans Should View Immigration

"With this right now is the premier immigration expert on the planet. He knows more about this topic than anybody else and he was the architect in The White House around some of the most creative solutions that secured our country when we had president Donald Trump in office. And that is Stephen Miller. Stephen, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. Appreciate that very kind introduction is an honor to be here. Steven, you're terrific. You know this topic very well. I want to start more broadly and then we'll get specific. Can you walk through how we should think about illegal and legal immigration? Immigration should always serve the homeland immigration can be an asset, but at times immigration can also become a liability if it's not managed correctly and it's not done prudently. Can you talk about historically how America has had fluctuations in legal immigration about how illegal immigration is somewhat of a new phenomenon in the last 30 or 40 or 50 years and how should we view immigration as American patriots? Yes, those are all excellent questions to frame up the topic. We try to address each of them. This foundational principle of immigration policy is that any and every decision you make must serve the interest of the citizens who are already living here. That is the prism through which all immigration actions should be evaluated and judged. Whether it be permanent immigration, temporary immigration or illegal immigration. And so one of the things that we've lost in this conversation in recent years, maybe recent decades, is the idea that restrictions on immigration are a positive thing for the people who are already living here. It doesn't matter whether you're talking about restrictions on guest workers, restrictions on green cards, restrictions, obviously on the entry of illegal immigrants, which should of course be zero being illegal. And the reason for that should be pretty obvious to anybody who thinks about it, but of course we have a conversation that's been severely stifled by a combination of corporate interests and political interests, financial interests.

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Rep. Andy Biggs and Charlie Discuss the Cartel's Role Along the Border

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 9 months ago

Rep. Andy Biggs and Charlie Discuss the Cartel's Role Along the Border

"The cartel's role in this? So the cartel, they prey on these poor people in Nicaragua and in Honduras. And they take all their money and they trafficked them. Right up to the border and they make money on the human smuggling part of it and sometimes they'll have them bring drugs across. Can you talk about how sophisticated this is though? Because the impression a lot of Americans have is that these are just people and mountain and village towns and they kind of, they build themselves up by the bootstraps to go to a better life. It's not like that. This is a kidnapping operation. A pseudo kidnapping operation where there's a business model where the cartels know what they're doing and in fact their profit motive is getting as many people as possible across the southern border. Please expand on that. Yeah, that's exactly right. So cartel effectively controls every inch of the southern border where I'm standing today. They tend to let migrants come through. Why? Because they don't want the disruption. But in other places, whether it's humor or Tucson or Rio Grande valley, they're controlling everybody. So let's say you go to in Del Rio, they're going to let a bunch of people come through and then they're going to send in that would cause an distraction and they'll be hundreds of miles without any patrols. So that's going on. And while that's going on, you've got people that are coming through. They don't have any money. We talked to some folks from Peru, just this morning. And you know what? They had to pay some money when they got here. They said they didn't have to pay any money in this place. That's why they come to Eagle Pass. But everywhere else on the border, you have to pay money. And if you don't pay the money, the cartel is going to kill you. If you try to get through or they're going to stop you, they're going to repeatedly violate the women. We always hear about the women being violent. That's true. They get raped a lot.

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What Rep. Andy Biggs Is Seeing on the Front Lines of the Border

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 9 months ago

What Rep. Andy Biggs Is Seeing on the Front Lines of the Border

"More. So with us right now is Andy Biggs live from the southern border to give us an update of what's happening with the continued invasion of America representative Biggs. Welcome back to the program. Charlie, good to be with you. Thanks for having me. And thank you for your leadership. It was great seeing you Sunday at the 2000 meals. Airing with dinesh d'souza. So tell us, what are you seeing on the front lines on the border that people need to be made aware of? Well, worse than any time I've ever seen it. So I was in Yuma a couple of days ago. That's as bad or worse than I've ever seen it. Now I'm an Eagle Pass Texas and an Eagle Pass. They're overwhelmed here as also. So we've seen Nicaraguans come across. We've seen people from Peru, people from Honduras, just in the short time we've been here this morning. And quite frankly, it's overwhelming. I edit on over to check out south side of the facility where the detention facility that they have here. The one in Yuma has probably four or 5 times many people is supposed to have in it and guess what, most of these people are going to be released into the United

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"stephen miller" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 9 months ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hello everybody, today on the Charlie Kirk show a comprehensive immigration episode with Andy Biggs and Stephen Miller. How should we think about immigration? What is immigration policy and what's the right way to reform the mess that is mass immigration in our country right now? We explore that topic amongst so much more. You can email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. If you want to support the Charlie Kirk show, go to Charlie Kirk dot com slash support. If you want to get involved with turning point USA, go to TP USA dot com that is TP USA dot com sort of high school or college chapter today at TPUSA dot com. TPUSA dot com is the place where you can get engaged, get involved, give a gift of any amount at TPUSA dot com to get your copy of the conservative response to the great reset at TP USA dot com. Buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job, building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage for personalized loan services you can count on, go to Andrew and Todd dot com, the wonderful Andrew and Todd dot com. This is going to be a comprehensive immigration hour. We're going to talk about you all day a little bit as there are more and more news reports that come out about that, but we have to talk about immigration. It's one of the top issues in America if not the most important issue in America. And so we have the great Andy Biggs and then Stephen Miller this hour to talk about title 42 and the immigration issue and illegals in our country and so much more. So with us right now is Andy Biggs live from the southern border to give us an update of what's happening with the continued invasion of America representative Biggs. Welcome back to the program. Charlie, good to be with you. Thanks for having me. And thank you for your leadership. It was great seeing you Sunday at the 2000 meals. Airing with dinesh d'souza. So tell us, what are you seeing.

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Stephen Miller: Biden Is Purposely Destroying American Sovereignty

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 9 months ago

Stephen Miller: Biden Is Purposely Destroying American Sovereignty

"When you look at this administration Stephen Miller and you look at how they want to grant not just a foreign entity but a hostile foreign and any quite frankly the communist Chinese They want to grant them decisions about our health in the worst of conditions a pandemic where the people of the United States have no say Where something you're the top expert on we have a wide open border with people pouring in from all walks of life with all kinds of backgrounds from all corners of the world They are purposely this administration destroying American sovereignty every way they can aren't they It is by design It is planned that is intentional It is willful because what they hate the most is us all of us the voters the people of this country and we take another point that illustrates this very vividly look at the fight over roe V wade The whole fight over roe V wade is about whether or not citizens have the right to legislate protections for children They hate the concept of democratic governance They loathe the idea that the people that listen to your show they'll watch you on Fox News the great majority of people in this country would be able to govern themselves So the quickest way to eliminate that obstacle is to say we're not going to pass laws We're not going to pass treaties we're certainly not going to be responsive to American elections We're going to let third rate fascist and bullies in foreign countries including China tell us what we're going to do in our health agencies We want to tell you about it We'll just pick up the phone We'll call them We'll take our marching orders and by the time you find out what's happened to you it's probably too late

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"stephen miller" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on WTOP

"Latest mean It tells me that the committee is sort of getting to the end of the list of prominent names in Trump world that they can call I mean apart from perhaps the Trump kids there aren't many prominent names left in Trump world that haven't gotten a subpoena We've already had the likes of Stephen Miller Kayleigh McEnany Steve Bannon and now hear stone and Jones The timing is not really good for either of them of course Alex Jones only last week a judge entered a judgment against him in favor of the sandy hook families who sued him for putting out conspiracy theories and disinformation about the killings there and then Roger Stone like Ben and remember has already been pardoned by Trump during the Trump presidency He was pardoned after being convicted of lying to Congress The other three people who were called aren't so much household names but they've still got pretty deep ties two of them were administrators of a stop the steel Facebook group that got hundreds of thousands of followers before it was shut down by Facebook on November 5th just after the election only lasted a couple days but it got an awful lot of followers And then the 5th was Taylor Buda witch is his name He was Don Junior's top adviser during the 2020 campaign and he's now the chief spokesperson for Trump's post presidential PAC You mentioned Steve Bannon and the trouble he has created in terms of getting him to testify Will it be the same with stone and Jones and others almost wearing it like a badge of honor It seems like it's going that way from Mark Meadows the previous chief of staff and stone has never been one to cooperate with anyone he deems a political enemy So that is certainly the case Jones has been in so much legal peril already You wonder if he might not just cooperate but who's to say And you mentioned about a 150 folks have given testimony already and the committee has said they've gotten about 25,000 pages of documents What we don't know is how many of those have given testimony voluntarily versus how many of them had been subpoenaed and as a result of the subpoena and have come in we don't still have a great picture of how many subpoenas are out there outstanding and are still being negotiated over And therefore how many smites still go to the floor of Congress for a contempt charge the way they did with Bannon I'm almost positive he won't be the last Are things going as the January 6th committee would like I guess they'd always like more cooperation and they know that they have to play tough with some of these people With the commission it's more about time They know that there's essentially a deadline looming over them which is the election Because it's widely assumed that Republicans are probably going to take the house at which point it's also assumed that this committee may well end They may just vote it down and that'll be that So they're trying to get as much done between now and 11 months from now while a lot of these witnesses on the Republican side try to run the clock out That's national journal editor in chief Jeff to four on Skype with our Demetrius sodas You are listening to one of 3.5 FM at WT dot com Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River Technology decisions aren't black and white Think red Indeed Tuesday morning 1215 sports time robs turn The wizards one O 9 one O three lost to the Charlotte hornets was the second in as many weeks but it was a similar recipe a good start followed by a bad three point shooting performance and a slew of turnovers coach west Ansel junior we started bogged down a little bit and got a film that same track was stagnating not executing Weren't always in the right spot We don't value those possessions It catches up to you It's not just the turnovers Those are the obvious ones But the wasted possessions The broken possessions where we're not organized in possessions of start men usually in bed The wizards had a ridiculous 65 38 rebounding advantage Mantras Herald a season high 18 of them to go with his team high 24 points for the 11 and 6 wizards who traveled to face in New Orleans pelicans on Wednesday LeBron James will serve his first career suspension on Tuesday when the Lakers play the Knicks in Madison Square Garden James sits one game for his role in the altercation with Isaiah Stewart in Detroit Sunday Stewart's suspension is two games for what the league calls escalating that altercation Down a level George Mason's late rally falls short in a 77 74 loss to Washington at the crossover classic Virginia was a 65 55 winner over Georgia in the Roman legends classic at the Naples invitational GW was a 74 63 winner over right state to end a four game slide in James Madison suffered its first loss of the season 74 69 to Kent State Monday Night Football in Tampa Bay the Buccaneers improved to 7 and three with a 30 to ten win over the now three and 7 giants which drops big blue to the basements in the NFC east Rob would fork to ob sports All right thank you sir 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"stephen miller" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on Newt's World

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"stephen miller" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on Newt's World

"With the state department's pathetic illusions to international norms. You become a joke. You become a laughingstock. And that's unfortunately was having her bided in. Alaska i'll say on. This point is that it is indeed an unimaginable tragedy that we are. We are twenty years after the murder terrorist attacks of nine eleven. And i think that we have to be clear also insane. We have to look at the failures. Both of the american left that we are seeing today in spectacular form as well as the failures that took place in the bush administration where we went down this democracy building road in the first place that took our eye off the core mission and that also has to be part of the reevaluation. I think that's why. I remember in two thousand and two being involved in arguments trying to explain that. The taliban was a non-negotiable group that they didn't want to be citizens. Didn't wanna be part of a modern democracy that in fact it violated their religious beliefs at the most fundamental level and that we were totally misguided in how we were trying to deal with radical islam and we lost that because new republican and democratic establishments flinched at the idea that these people in fact our anesthetic to our way of life and they had to keep somehow projecting that all they must be misunderstood. Honi we could find a way to communicate. And it's one of the reasons i went back. That found churchill's article in his speech in the parliament. On hitler taking the rhineland and militarizing at nineteen thirty five which is the first overt act of moving towards world war two and you realize that churchill. Who's the only british politician who actually read mine. Comp is telling all of them if you don't act now it's going to get worse and it's gone all only lead to a big war. We need that kind of understanding. These guys aren't gonna go home. They're not gonna you know rose to go out and have a party on september eleventh. They're going to be plotting. How do we extend our values across the planet. How do we take eighty billion dollars of american equipment and get it to nigeria and somalia and indonesia and you name it outta. We figure out ways to hurt america again because we've now been convinced they can be beaten. Celestial beat them. I think it's a very dangerous time and requires us to profoundly rethink. I know you've been very generous with your time today. You have remarkable and across a broad range of things. I do wanna remind people that stephen deeply involved with america first legal and that will have on our show page away to reach the website and af legal or even. Just wanna thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to share these insights with us. I want to thank you for having me again in for your insights and closed by saying that we are truly witnessing and real time an unfathomable historic catastrophe and it is both at once sad into pressing in terrifying. But i would say that we need to apply or energies constructively and realize that even in this extraordinary disaster that we're in we have to be thinking about how to regain sane congressional majorities and regain sane constructive leadership in this country so that it doesn't truly become midnight for america now on that note. I think we're both optimistic. I think in fact as ronald reagan wants campaign. It can be morning in america again but we have got to get through the next couple years of a very very hard slog. Thank you very very much. Thank you to my guests. Stephen miller you can learn more about america first legal on our show page at newsworld dot com mutual is produced by gingrich three sixty and iheartmedia. Our executive producer is debbie. Mars our producer his garnsey. Sloan and our researcher. His rachel peterson. The all work for the show was created by steve panel special. Thanks team gingrich route. Sixty if you've been enjoying newt's were. I hope you'll go to apple podcasts. And both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now listeners of neutral consign up for my three free weekly columns gingrich three sixty dot com slash newsletter. I'm newt gingrich..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on Newt's World

"Things. I've been thinking about as we're coming up on. September eleventh attack think biden thought was going to be this great success moment. The troops would all be gone. Everything would be wonderful. And he would be the guy who ended the war stead. I suspect we may. Well have americans hiding in various places in afghanistan. Me people focus on kabul. But the fact is they're americans all over the country and it's a big country and it's a country of mountains and valleys where people are often very isolated and i sort of wonder was september eleventh. This year is going to the anniversary and in a sense. And i know this will jar a lot of americans but historians will study the bin laden campaign which tested us by bombing two embassies in a us naval ship and then figured out an absolutely extraordinary strategy of using commercial aircraft fly into buildings which is something that tom clancy had written about a wasn't unthinkable but that event on september eleven launched a twenty year war in which i think you could argue that the terrorists one in every way when the loss of american lives the loss of american money rita which are focus was taken away from our major opponents china and russia the fact that in the end we were defeated. By as i said earlier twenty-first-century most powerful nation by century crime. I think it is worthy of the american people demanding a really deep thorough review of what went wrong. What do we need to learn. And how do we need to profoundly. Change our entire national security apparatus. But i'm curious your thoughts on stephen. Yeah i mean like talk about. This hour's sought up close and personal about the strategic failures in shortsightedness The foreign policy establishment and the pentagon in particular. I know pump. Heo could speak at length about the state department. But let's just focus on the pentagon for a moment in every interaction. I had with the pentagon. And i would always press on this point. They never seemed to even remotely intellectually curious about why the taliban had been so resilient in twenty years of war. I would always ask the question. What's the reason why. The taliban has managed to survive this long to hold out so long to perform so well and they never had answer for the question. They didn't even seem interested in the question. I mean just the fact that i was asking it to them struck them as an impermanent distraction. It's just a complete lack of intellectual curiosity. Likewise i would say oftentimes or you would all concerned about the fact that so many of the people that were working with in kabul this in twenty seventeen twenty eighteen twenty nineteen in the heart of the war effort. Are you concerned that some of the people that are working within kabul do not want to stay or live or remain aghanistan. Is that a bad sign to you. Do you see any troubling indications. There that the people that are and with the war effort are really eager to leave afghanistan as soon as humanly possible. That would seem to me to be troubling. Sign like they don't have a lot of faith. This thing is going to work out and they're the ones that have been living. Their whole is and again. They never understood the question. They thought it was a strange thing to even ask. They would always say no. No no this is how it works. You work with our government and then you leave and they never understood that seemed to a really bad omen for the war effort. There's an intellectual rot in the department of defense in the upper echelon. It'd be very clear here. There are some amazing extraordinary people in the pentagon and many of our generals who've served valiantly in many conflicts homes but from a strategic standpoint. We have fallen a long way from the brilliant occupation of japan. There is no desire on the part of the elite military leadership to critically. Examine the mistakes that were made in the early days of afghanistan in trying to impose our vision of government on a country that had no experience with that kind of government. What are the extraordinarily simplistic assumptions. That was made. Was that if you oppose the taliban then if so facto you support an american style government like it was a binary fan and so to say we still continue to believe that. You're saying iraq that if you opposed saddam's suny government that meant. You were an american democrat. No it can mean a million different things including that you were a she ultra-nationalist there was just zero. Desire to understand the early thursday the mate and to do a course correction and close on his point by saying that the biggest lesson here is that you can't hand somebody a copy of the american constitution. Put a bunch of chips in their capital city and then expect that this is going to tech you need to create a transition into a government that is consistent with the country's history its geography its culture and its people's desires and that was a spectacular failure on the part of the pentagon to this day. They only can measure our failure in terms of how many bodies who put on the ground at how many bodies we put in harm's way and that's just a completely simplistic way of looking at it. John nago when he was army. Major wrote a book called eating soup with a knife. Which is a t lawrence phrase for how hard guerrilla warfare as and nagase book is the most devastating intellectual tate on vietnam and comparing what general thompson had done in malaysia. With the british where they defeated the communist in a guerrilla war with what the americans did in vietnam actually read the book in general portrayals thought that it was extraordinarily helpful. But i called nago. I said how did you career survive this book. And he said well nobody in the army reads. So the book was a non-event. I almost think. September eleventh ought to be teaching and to have every military professional school across the system. At least stop and say we lost a twenty year war. What is it. We should be thinking about now. When we came out of vietnam we had a group of extraordinarily courageous officers who literally rebuilt american military under reagan and learn the lessons apply to intense combat and it was the force which won so decisively twice in iraq and would probably have defeated the soviets pretty decisively. But these guys who started from you know we got our tailby and we need to rethink all. This and i don't sense that charming. They're more concerned right now. About being woke than above being victorious that is an enormous threat to the survival of america. Mess precisely right and that's one of the huge blind spots in that. We talked about trying to export western values in western moxie to afghanistan that included incredibly on the part of the state department non-governmental organizations and others some of these very progressive etiologies including maybe some more mainstream american thought but which wasn't very popular in afghanistan and one of the things in that part of the world that we have to understand to be on. Is that people respect strength. Anybody look at the middle east and southeast asia. And that's very clear. Is that people. Respect strife including our enemies including the taliban and when you remove that component and you're left.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on Newt's World

"Was willing to use. Whatever power is necessary to defend us interests and that deterrent now is totally evaporated. How much does that fact lead you to worry. For example by taiwan. I think the whole stability of the world including taiwan is now jeopardized. I mean it's clear beyond a shadow of doubt. The china was not going to move on. Taiwan as long as president trump was in the white house. We knew china new at taiwan new at the world. I think that's very much on the table today. And i think frankly there are a lot of other places in the world where you're going to see increasingly belligerent behavior. I mean we saw for example. The spate of cyber attacks against the united states. Early in the bottom ministration. We saw the highly provocative and deadly rocket attacks on israel. And so i think that's just the beginning. When america is strong and projects strength outwardly. the world is more peaceful. the doesn't mean when america goes around. The world waging war. The world is more peaceful when america project strength and its willingness to use it. The world is more peaceful. And we've seen now the compare and in real time between the trump years versus the obama years before it was the middle east in chaos before trump came into office in the middle east spiraling back into chaos with trump office. I mean just thinking about the comparison to the middle eastern vomit years with libya syria the complete stabilization of iraq the rise of isis trump peace stability order without.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on Newt's World

"So let me know. Switch gears totally. You're in the white house. You saw the evolution of policy. You were in many of the key meetings. What's your reaction to what you're living through right now. With afghanistan one almost fails to be able to find the words to describe the extent of the humiliation in the scope of the disaster uniting. You probably feel the same way and you like me. You spent a long time studying how to communicate how to find the words to fit a moment and this moment is so extraordinary. In the worst most nightmarish way. Possible that by vocabulary fails me because it's so beyond the realm of normal human behavior in other words when you hear president biden. Say that he is going to in effect not his words but this is what basically amounts to in effect let the taliban dictate a departure date of us troops for the evacuation mission knowing full. Well that we will not be able to complete the evacuation in time it comes across verging sociopathic. I just don't know what words to use to describe. It really is like we are living through through an alternate reality in which the president of the united states does not even comprehend his responsibilities as commander-in-chief i'm not sure he does but it's clear that he made decision to surrender to the taliban and that he's now writing that out that whatever the consequences he's almost angrily determined. I'm struck that he just lies about. It may says that the other members of the g. seven or auto with him and they're they're saying publicly no or not. I've never seen an american president. This much out of touch with reality. I agree quite terrifying. And you're the president. Had an out if you wanted to one too easily easily without anyone. Criticizing they're complaining. Extend the trippy valuation welby on august thirty first urge extend the evacuation mission and leave our troops and we'll be on august thirty first on the grounds that the august twenty first deadline that he'd originally said was not an evacuation mission but an end of the military mission and end of the nation mission. Not only have single american. Believe that when he sent some six thousand troops back to afghanistan to conduct evacuation that that was time limited. The only reason why is best. I can tell that they are cutting off august. Thirty first is because the taliban has drawn line so we're now in the remarkable position of being dictated to by the taliban about our own national security and the evacuation of our own citizens nations have few responsibilities that are more sacred or fundamental than the protection of their own citizens whether they're at home or abroad and so to abandon that endeavoured to the taliban underscores one what in unconscionably horrendous withdrawal biden executed in the first place the taliban ever was given that much leverage by creating this hostage situation and secondly it underscores biden's complete in total weakness as leader that he's unwilling to turn the tables on the taliban to regain operational control. My sense has been that he literally in his own mind surrender that they're now dominant. They're the leaders. They get cassette the terms and the most powerful nation earth is now being dictated to by seven-century tribal group. This'll be written about in military histories for millennia in other words. This is one of the most stunning grim milestones. Any civilization has ever suffered and this is a really important point. There's a wide divergence of opinions within the conservative circles and within the country a large about the war afghanistan. what our mission should have been. How long should it stay there when we should have left. I have my own very strongly held views that often but what everyone needs to understand. Is that for a great power to be humiliated. Debased degraded in this way as you.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"The united states military pulls out of afghanistan in the country falls to the taliban thousands of afghans are trying to get out of the country and come here to the us to escape. The horror they expect will soon come but here in the us. The usual figures on the right are already spurring their gross. Hate-filled takes history's any god and it's always a guide. We will see many refugees from afghanistan. Resettle in our country and coming months probably in your neighborhood and over the next decade that number may swell to the millions. So i we invade and then we're invaded isn't really responsibility to welcome thousands of potentially unvetted refugees from afghanistan all day. We've heard phrases like we promised them. Well who did did did you. Yes laura we do have a responsibility to these people and we did promise them with how their backs also laura ingraham and tucker carlson. The time supported both the invasions of afghanistan and iraq. So they are. The last people get to say nothing to do with us. our problem. If you did not support the war in afghanistan maybe you could then justify saying well. None of this is on me. That would be cruel. Yes but kind of fair but these two were pro and now they're telling us that telling the afghan people. Sorry you're on your own. Still the worst hypocrite of them. The worst of all. Maybe the former trump adviser stephen miller he wrote on twitter over the weekend quote. It's becoming increasingly clear. Biden and his radical deputies will use the catastrophic debacle in afghanistan as a pretext for doing to america. What angle merckel did to germany and europe. Referencing the chancellor of germany's decision in twenty fifteen to take it over a million refugees and yet this is the same. Stephen miller who's own great grandfather came here to the united states in one thousand nine hundred six to escape. Anti-jewish pogroms in belarus. Stephen miller might not be alive today at the. Us not opened its doors to refugees from across the world over the past century and more they crecy is just going to be honest. I don't know what's worse. Listening to people who back these walls refusing to accept the consequences of them or listening to those people. Use these walls as an excuse to push white supremacy. Shame on all of them. Our plan is to safely evacuate. The people who worked with the united states who are eligible for special immigrant visas which is a generous program. Set up on a bipartisan basis. By our congress we have identified those individuals and families. We're making provision to have them come to the airport and get on evacuation flights out of the country. That is what we were going to do. Between now and the end of the moment tonight the us is scrambling to evacuate people from afghanistan before the withdrawal deadline in two weeks time according to the international rescue committee more than three hundred thousand afghan civilians of being affiliated with the us mission meaning the number fleeing the country could be extraordinary. Images are emerging of. Just some of those evacuations. Six hundred forty people packed into a us. Cargo plane flying from kabul to the pentagon says they are trying to get between five and nine thousand people out every day and that. It's prepared to relocate up to twenty two thousand afghan civilians to military bases in wisconsin and texas while they start the resettlement process. Jane is the executive director of the international institute of minnesota which is currently assisting and resettling afghan refugees in the us. She joins me now. Thanks so much for coming on the show. This evening jane. You went to the airport on sunday to welcome a family from afghanistan. Can you tell us about that. how are they doing. Now be resettled ami nine to parents and seven children. We got a very short notice founded. On saturday there were resettled family and Met them at the or on sunday evening. So they're they're doing well Helping connect to services at institute parents to work and other services in mckinney. i'd any It is obvious. But he's julie said that people are had to lead quickly. A you know most of the things that prime meeting in their life on the family was like iraqi.

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"stephen miller" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"This is the glenn beck program. Stephen miller used to be a senior adviser for donald trump and he was the director of speechwriting for the president. As well which. I'd love to talk to a. I'd love to talk about that. But we gotta get to some important stuff i. He has just a founded as the president of american america. First legal and they are launching now an effort to get all the documents and find out exactly how the biden administration is coordinating with big tack as joe biden. Just kinda spilled out the other day They're kind of backtracking on that now. But do you have any doubt. Let's go to stephen miller. Hi steven great to be on with you. Thanks for having you bet you bet so. Tell me what you guys are doing. Yeah so as the whole world saw a few days ago jen psaki admitted in the white house press briefing that the by the administration is actively coordinating with the tech conglomerates to d platform sensor and silence americans. It goes without saying although i'm going to say it isn't only authoritarian and wildly inappropriate. It's also unconstitutional. It is and the reason. It's unconstitutional is pretty straightforward. Which is that the government cannot use any quote unquote private company as an agent on its behalf to deprive somebody of foundational right so a very basic example of this that you might see in a law and order episode would be that if the government wants to search your home but doesn't have a search warrant they can't ask a private security company break into your house and take your files from and say. Oh well it's a private company. did right..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"This is the glenn beck program where we just don't let you know who we are We don't let you know that we're conservatives that way we can brainwash people and feed them all kinds of misinformation or it's the exact opposite of that but you'll have to decide The media right now is coming after texas With both barrels. But they are. They're filled with fraud. I mean everything. They're saying about the texas bill on voting is not true now. They're actually saying that. We're never going to be able to teach you know. About martin luther king or or or susan b anthony if the republicans have their way. You'll never hear about those people in school. Let me tell you something. Critical race theory disagrees with martin. Luther king you keep critical race theory in and you will lose. Martin luther king. That's not what is in the senate bill and instead of going to some expert who has read the bill and knows about the bill. And i got to tell you. This is what i read. Let's go to the guy who actually wrote the bill. The guy who can set the record straight is bryan hughes. He's a texas state senator. He's the author of senate bill three. Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me. I'm so glad to be on you. Bet it must be so frustrating for you to see these these Quote unquote trusted voices. Talk about the bill and just lie about it like they are going to be on words. We've dealt with media bias for a long time..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"The glenn beck program so the white house this week told us that they are coordinating with big tack to flag and silence. People and then they said you know there's really twelve people but then they wouldn't name the twelve people now. They've named the twelve people. But what's happening to those twelve people and does the government have a right to take away your right but you just because they can call up a private company and have it done. I don't think so. Stephen miller is looking into this. He's just he's just started the America first legal. He's the founder and president of that and he's going to talk about what the administration is doing how they're coordinating and how we can stop this because it is absolutely not constitutional. And they're they're what they're doing is they're silencing people for misinformation but at the same time the mainstream media is lying about what is happening in texas with the you know the voting bills. They're saying that we're cutting hours etcetera etcetera. But now it's even worse. Now they're saying we're not could even be able to teach martin luther king we're not gonna be able to teach about the evils of slavery because of these texas senate bills not true. Maybe we should make a list of twelve institutions on the left. That shouldn't be listened to anymore. And maybe should be banned. And i'd start with cnn. Cbs nbc abc. All of them. Because they're lying and we begin there in sixty seconds you know when i was a kid. One of the things. I was really afraid of was a quicksand mainly from gilligan's island but didn't it seem like in television back in the day. The brady kids were in quicksand. Yeah and i don't even know of quicksand exists I don't think it really certainly not like it does in those shows yet my kids just the other day. We're like daddy. Have you ever seen quicksand. Know why you know i don't i don't even know if it exists and the more you struggle to get free the more you sink. Well that is the quicksand that you actually deal with. And it doesn't make for a good funny comedy sitcom the quicksand that you really are in is your finances. Usually you know you're struggling to get free. And then the more you sink. And you know you're looking for somebody with a tree branch they will come by guinea. Help poll out. I'll do all the work. Would you just hold the stick for me. And it's always at the last second isn't it Don't wait until the last second before you go under in the quicksand A tree branch for you. it's american financing. Family owned company. That had been helping people just like you find the exact right loan that you need and they've been doing it for over two decades so whether it's refinancing your mortgage getting a new mortgage taking out a consolidation loan so you can get out from things that are sucking you down. Call american financing american financing at eight hundred nine zero six two thousand four forty eight hundred nine zero six twenty four forty or american financing dot net american financing. Nmls one eight two three three four www dot nmlsconsumeraccess.org..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Controls. The glenn beck program so the white house this week told us that they are coordinating with big tack to flag and silence. People and then they said you know there's really twelve people but then they wouldn't name the twelve people now. They've named the twelve people. But what's happening to those twelve people and does the government have a right to take away your right but you just because they can call up a private company and have it done. I don't think so. Stephen miller is looking into this. He's just he's just started the America first legal. He's the founder and president of that and he's going to talk about what the administration is doing how they're coordinating and how we can stop this because it is absolutely not constitutional. And they're they're what they're doing is they're silencing people for misinformation but at the same time the mainstream media is lying about what is happening in texas with the you know the voting bills. They're saying that we're cutting hours etcetera etcetera. But now it's even worse. Now they're saying we're not could even be able to teach martin luther king we're not gonna be able to teach about the evils of slavery because of these texas senate bills not true. Maybe we should make a list of twelve institutions on the left. That shouldn't be listened to anymore. And maybe should be banned. And i'd start with cnn. Cbs nbc abc. All of them. Because they're lying and we begin there in sixty seconds you know when i was a kid. One of the things. I was really afraid of was a quicksand mainly from gilligan's island but didn't it seem like in television back in the day. The brady kids were in quicksand accent. Yeah and i don't even know of quicksand exists I don't think it really certainly not like it does in those shows yet my kids just the other day. We're like daddy. Have you ever seen quicksand. Know why you know i don't i don't even know if it exists and the more you struggle to get free the more you sink. Well that is the quicksand that you actually deal with. And it doesn't make for a good funny comedy sitcom the quicksand that you really are in is your finances. Usually you know you're struggling to get free. And then the more you sink. And you know you're looking for somebody with a tree branch they will come by guinea. Help poll out. I'll do all the work. Would you just hold the stick for me. And it's always at the last second isn't it Don't wait until the last second before you go under in the quicksand a tree branch for you..

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"stephen miller" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

14:28 min | 1 year ago

"stephen miller" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Was just. Because you know we're pigs however it's crazy that we are so busy we can't talk about how history is being changed and that there's a guy in the swimsuit edition this time Wow have things changed. Jason with lock from the jason whitlock program And and his podcast now from the blaze. He's got a lot to say about this and we go to him and sixty seconds by the way. If you missed the first hour on the broadcast you missed the take down of fao cheesy and how. He is absolutely lying to rand. Paul all of the evidence is there and it's very clear The press isn't doing their job. We are now somebody needs to ask him How do you explain all these things dr fallacy. Because he is lying. Make sure you grab our podcast today. If you miss a second. You'll miss a lot. Grab the podcast. So you can listen to it at your leisure anywhere. You get your podcast. patriot. Mobile is our sponsor. They stand for great mobile service. That is much more affordable yet they stay ahead of the competition and i think they do it Because they're just not part of the game. You know everybody thinks the same when you're in that click and everybody's doing the same thing and now big mobile. They're spending more time trying to make sure that they're woke then. Provide great service. This is where patriot. Mobile comes in there on the same cell towers as everybody else But how is it. They can be on those same cell towers and they can offer that service for less money because they're number two they try harder. They're breaking out of the box and saying you don't have to spend all of that money and you don't have to give that money to a bunch of people who are woke art making sure that everybody who works for him is examining their whiteness. And giving money to things like planned. Parenthood get out of the system. Remember say those who will survive are spitting themselves out of the system. That's what patriot mobile has done and we need to join them. Patriot mobile stick with a company that actually is sticking with you. Patriot mobile dot com slash beck patriot mobile dot com slash. Back right now to great offers to choose from either fifty percent off your first two months or one hundred dollars off any phone. Both offers come with premier activation so go to patriot mobile dot com slash beck for all the details or you can call them at nine. Seven two patriot. One of my one of my favorite guys is jason whitlock and when i first heard jason whitlock his name. I thought i'm not gonna come up with him. He's a sports guy. He's not as i mean he's a sports guy but he's not a sports guy. He is so much deeper than that. He's a culture guy and a really good man who admits his faults and is trying to be a better man. Is there anything better than that. And that what. We all should be doing working every day to be better than we were yesterday. He is the now blaze. Tv host of fearless and. He is on with us now. Hello jason how are you sir. How are you. I'm good man. How are things in our in our nashville studios. They're going well. We're working hard and producing a lot of content and trying to be an asset. Yeah yeah well you are. The the the show is the show is great. it's really great I wanted to get your thoughts on the swimsuit issue because you were saying. This is another historic moment in the rewriting of american history. So tell me about it. Well look the left is obsessed with being on the right side of history and so they keep writing about all these historic moments and allegedly the sports illustrated swimsuit issue which features two black women and a transgender black woman on the cover. This is now history and it's a history making deal three black women or two black women a transgender woman on the covers to straight. And what they're doing is telling you the history they plan to write in the future and so in the future. They plan to write a history that defines christian values as evil and they say the left the left wing media. They were ahead of the curve and we embraced The whole transgender movement and and men that feel like women and go through the surgery and now we consider them women and men can have babies and all of this stuff they plan to write all this in the future and their and their squashing dissent very cleverly by writing this history making events all in a racial narrative. So that anybody that criticizes it if they're white. You're a racist if you're black. Yoursel out in an uncle tom. It's very clever what they're doing how they're attacking christian values wrapping it in black packaging to silence us from saying like. Hey man this is wrong with you you. You're putting a biological man who more power to 'em has had surgery and is now woman but no no no no need not a woman biologically scientifically not a woman. He only him is so he's calling himself woman and out of out of deference to him and you know whatever we can him a woman but he is not a woman totally agree. They want us afraid to say what you just Wrecked because oh my god. Glenn beck is racist. No first of all. I don't think i would be try. I think i would be By phobic or or what is the trans phobic train. Yeah i just. I just think that we need to be very careful. Especially those of us who are in in some sort of a leadership role and i say that almost barely being able to keep a straight face. Those of us who are in the media. We have to be very very clear. If i'm if i'm with that person in A private situation or at a party or whatever I will refer to her as she if that's what makes her feel better but if something happens at the party and she has to be going to the hospital. I am going to tell the hospital. She's a guy because biologically that may make a difference on what is happening in how they treat her actually him. I think we need to be compassionate and and also accurate and we need to be more accurate in the media So people understand we can be compassionate but also scientifically correct. Totally agree with you. I think the left believes though people are less fearful of being called transphobic because the facts are so clearly on your side no regardless of what they say that's a man born of biological man yes they have gender four year and confusion and identity but that is a man and so i think they feel like well glenn beck. He can argue factually. Hey i'm not transphobic. I'm just stating facts. They weaponize it and that's why sports illustrated intensely 'cause the goal is to push the transgender there. There's all these different gender identities and and so they intentionally chose a black transgender to package. This is some black history making event because the accusation of racism is very subjective in the public space. And anybody can argue anybody's racist and there's there are no facts. There's no p people could care less. And so that's the ultimate weapon that they're trying to silence all of us. Glenn beck jason jason whitlock to sell out. He doesn't understand. He's not on the side of the right side of history on this historic black issue of blah blah blah. Glenn beck you know. Of course he's conservative and he believes in god and that makes him racist and christianity's christianity's racist and it justified slavery. And and i mean all factually wrong but they seem to have won this argument over twitter and social media And it's just frustrating. So i just see what's worse so straight is done and a lot of legacy. They're just very clever and calculating. I have to tell you you know. And i and i would like you to explain this because i think i understand what you're saying and i think we're saying the same thing but But it we should make it clear they you've said a couple of times. They believe they're on the right side history and this is why they're doing it. They're changing their their writing history for tomorrow today And you know i. I actually am glad they're putting all of this down on paper as somebody who is compiling a museum we have. I mean i have a an entire could fill the vault just with the papers that i have on. Eugenics the papers that. I have on dismantling america. And how wrong they are. They the people who were four. Fascism here in america or four communism they were shamed by nineteen fifty because it was shown to be a deadly deadly killer. But fascism wasn't a dirty word. Eugenics not a dirty word until you saw what happened at the end when this society falls apart and when it when it completely breaks down and we have to start all over again these people will be on the record of being on the wrong side and I'm actually glad that they are. They are clear on what they believe is is right and normal and natural because it's not glen. I think you're accurate. I think what they're arguing to their camp is. We're going to win. Look at this massive lead. We have. We just put. Joe biden the corpse in office in the white house. We had a massively glenn beck jason la. They're so far behind us. We're winning this culture war and as we all know winters right history. So they see themselves as the winners. They're going to write the history. They'd glenn beck jason where like they were wrong about the transgender issue. They're wrong about everything else. america doesn't need christian values. America needs marxism communism. And all these other things. And and i'm they believe your grandchildren and great grandchildren will be reading their book of history and you will be the bad guy right and i and i believe there is a chance of that. 'cause i don't know how long it's gonna take to reset act to common sense and and eternal truths but i want to ask you what they specifically think. We're wrong about when it comes to transgender. I i'd like to hear your opinion on on where we're wrong. Because i think we're with most americans when they actually not win where spun but when we it's exposed on what we actually believe. I don't think we're off base with the vast majority of americans back with jason whitlock in just a second don lives in california. She wrote in about her experience with relief. Factor she said. I had horrible pain and swelling in my hand. I couldn't find anything that gave any kind of relief. I couldn't sleep. I couldn't cook. Couldn't take care of the house. I couldn't do anything she said. I was a hairstylist. For twenty five years. And i had pain in my feet my back but relief factor took all of my aches and pains away from me inside of a month and the longer i take relief factor. The better i feel. I just don't wanna live without it. Thank you relief factor. So much don. 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