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"strait hormuz" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Right, as we continue, Dan, Hoffman, FOX those contributed. Thirty years. CIA ops officer, and former CIA officer. Dan, Gabriel director and executive producer, by the way. We'll put a link up on Hannity dot com to Mosul. Dan, specializing in counterterrorism violent extremism, and directing counterinsurgency operations. So if you're the mullah's you make a calculated decision, you're gonna knock out, two tankers in the Gulf of, oh, mom. You're going to start to tighten up the grip of the free flow of oil, and the straits Hormuz and then to take an American drone out with a missile over international waters. Now a lot of it, I believe is due to the sanctions that the president has affected -ly put on Iran. There clearly promoting something that they shouldn't where's this go down Hoffman? Well, listen the. Sanctions have crippled, Iran's economy, their currencies worth nothing and Iran are trying to induce the Europeans with nuclear blackmail and by escalating. These Connecticut tax in the Persian Gulf come back to the negotiating table. But on their terms. They wanted the flawed nuclear deal that was signed in twenty fifteen by the administration to be agreed upon again. And we're just not going to do that. The sunset clauses. The fact that it doesn't feel with Iran is a state sponsor of terrorism, and Iran's ballistic missile program, make that impossible, and I would also encourage listeners to go back and take a look at what secretary palm peyot said in may of twenty eighteen about the twelve requirements for Iran to get back into the negotiation process. It wasn't just about things. I mentioned also about getting Syria. It's about allowing EA inspectors into Iran, as all host of things that I think, were were very well thought out that at that point by secretary palm pale, and we're holding the line. And there's gonna be some. Friction here as we do so. But we need to continue to do it, and there's really no other option. All right. Then gabriel. Euro thoughts. The Moser brinkmanship. And I think one of the things that the president said over and over the was very interesting, actually very smart. Well, what he said was Iran has made a mistake, and what that is, is that sim allowing them to kind of reset and come back to the table. It's, it's actually quite smart. Bargaining power. It's the same thing. We saw Kennedy in the in the Cuban missile crisis. So that, that really sets the three sets the table, if you will for them to now, think about what it is that they want because clearly they, they came very close to have notes and their straight. So over the evening. Yeah. He's, he's being very, very smart. I love how unpredictable e is. And I think the red line in the sand for all of us is that can never have nuclear weapons, because then you're talking about a potential holocaust in our lifetime. But thank you, both you both American heroes. Dan Hoffman thank you. Dan Gabriel good luck with your new production Mosul. When we come back governor, Mike Huckabee stops by we'll talk about this and so much more as we can. Busy. Breaking news Friday, it's the Sean Hannity show..

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Behind like the old president and vice president the new president's not dumping one hundred and fifty billion in cash the currency on your tarmac. And all of a sudden, you know, America's energy independent, and the straits Hormuz. Have never been less important to us than they are now because everything always gets back to the lifeblood of every Konami, which is oil and gas. We may want to tell that to some of these new green deal Democrats, that don't get it that would like to eliminate it and ten years, but it's very clear that the president is taking his time. He's thinking through it he's going to be thoughtful. What's interesting to me about it now very consistent with what the president said while running for office, he does not want to getting gauged in foreign entanglements. But with that said, you don't get to take an American drone and shoot it out of the sky and paraded around on rainy, and TV and think that that's gonna fly. Now what I believe we have to ultimately do is what I was talking about in the last hour, we need to modernize America's military to the point where we build the most sophisticated the best, the most technologically advanced. Danced military equipment where we're not gonna have to send kids boots on the ground so that these idiots in Washington, who send them, you know, a year later two years later, we're gonna say, oops, never mind, and that in the current political climate, we live in that is almost inevitable. I don't think it could not happen at this point anyway. Dan, Hoffman is with us. Fox News contributor thirty year. CIA ops officer, and former CIA officer, Dan Gabriel director and executive producer of Mosul, and Dan specialized in countering terrorism violent extremism, and directing counterinsurgency operations. And by the way, developed, and benchmark counter radicalization theories, and methodology in the Islamic world. These are two of the most experienced people that you'll ever meet. And thank you, both for being with us. Thank you. You know, Dan of known you a long time. You know, by the way, if you hang out with Dan Hoffman, I just want you to know you're going to end up walking away, after fifteen minutes so paranoid, because he thinks everything's bugged we now we're together in Singapore. And my room is getting swept every day. And you're, like, of course, there's bugs in their my great can we at least take the one out of the shower and you laughed? But the level of sophistication terms of spying today is beyond most people's comprehension, isn't it? oh yeah you talked about technology to enable us to develop the most advanced military weapons we also use a lot of technology in our espionage as well in tracking people using technology so yeah you you were probably being watched in the shower sean as harsh as that it's all of us to to imagine it was probably true that really is so comforting to know because what even though we swept the room every day you're saying they still got it well in singapore and hanoi as well we were certainly of great interest to the enemy that would be china first and foremost because of the work that we were doing their tracking the summit and frankly your ability to track what's going on in this administration that would have been an interest of interest to to the chinese and it's why they probably turned their attention to you and the rest of us need for sure based on my background so the question is swimming that they're accumulating all those intelligence why did he never read about why did they never release well they use it to inform their leaders specifically she shopping so he can make educated decisions about how to deal with china's main enemy the united states you know what scares them is very similar to what skinner's russia's democracy we've seen from the protests in hong kong last week that's really the threat that that that poses that his post china right now and there's no question that all of china's opponents derive inspiration from the united states from our constitution and bill of rights and liberty and freedom and democracy we enjoy in this country yeah let me go to dan gabriel dan you spent how many years in countering terrorism working in the c._i._a. violent extremism directing counterinsurgency operations i mean both of you have such incredible life experiences and and both the your real patriots and i thank you for all your service i don't know you as well as i know dan happen tell us a little bit about your background Sure. Two thousand four to two thousand five which is actually what would be to, to make film, both of which is came out. You know, in, in one of the things that we saw in twenty four tnr, actually five years away from the anniversary fall, most will Tigers only in certain at your Dan and a lot of that, that were there spend time and bloodshed lost friends, there to see that happen was, you know, originally question what was it all four on? And I think luckily, we'll be saw between October twenty sixteen July twenty seventeen which we captured on film was the Iraqi forces coming together the different groups within their inner within their community on uniting, at least for the time being. All right. So now I know that this, that there are people whoa. Oh, no. Donald Trump's going to you know, it's got to be proportional. Whatever the response is got to be proportional. I'm very clear in my mind that you can't shoot out an American drone over international waters. I was shocked and Hoffman last night. Geraldo, saying after having met with I guess, the Iranian embassador yesterday that well they have a very. Different story to tell me to listen to it. I don't I don't believe a single word that comes out of the mouth of any of these leaders in Iran. They have killed Americans in Iraq. They have been commenting terror in the region forever. on top of that we know that they've been fighting a zillion proxy wars especially funding radical extremist groups like hamas has ballade to go after israel they chant death to america death to israel when know where they're coming from the real red line in the sand is never allowing them to get nuclear weapons because if you do and you marry that to their extremism that could be a modern day holocaust from my thinking yeah so what what geraldo heard was exactly what the iranians want us to hear it's their propaganda message we know that that's not even close to the truth it's just the same you hear from china and from russia those autocratic regimes that don't have a free press to count all the lies of the government i think for us going forward is a couple of things we need to be thinking about i look for a diplomatic twist on the party united states europe has been holding this idea that the nuclear deal is a good one i think they should be opening there is now realizing that on a malign actor and they need to side with us to enforce those sanctions rather than seeking to support ron and seeking to support the nuclear deal that we rightly walked out of and secondly you make the right point sean about we need to make around pay some consequences for mining tankers in the gulf and shooting down on our drone the response needs to be proportional because look we don't want an all out war with iran that wouldn't serve our interests at all but at the same time we do need to make them pay some consequences and i think that'll be something that's discussed in the coming days the last point is we really need bilateral consensus if there was ever a time for democrats and republicans to get together and agree on something this is it you know we really need both parties to come together maybe they can't figure out health health care or immigration reform but but this one we really need it and i think we've we've seen some of it but i'd like to see some more i gotta take a quick break we'll come back and we'll continue more with dan hopping and dan gabriel eight hundred nine four one.

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:43 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"We got the situation unfolding with a ran from earlier today shooting down on armed drone in international waters. We got some deep state news. Thanks to Judicial Watch. Another three hundred and forty five pages of yes, struck page, texts, and emails, and they're extraordinarily revealing. We got the Biden campaign falling apart, right before arise, and much much more. As we kick off the program today. We have former speaker Gingrich, we're gonna fund later to Gary woodland. Wow. You see him in the US open. And did you see his love and support and patriotism on display? He partnered with Puma and he just just amazing store. And we'll have some fun with him. Looking forward to that coming up. I want to start with a Aram because look a lot is hap-. I listen very, very closely as we speak, we just had at the White House, we had a speaker name only Pelosi could I clarify one thing Linda, I guess, I have to clarify because the media, so dumb. Don't, don't think I need to clarify this because it was written a hundred times today. Sean Hannity has a conspiracy theory that Nate's Pelosi's, not the speaker. He says she speaker in name only, but she's not really the speaker that Alexandria, Cossio Cortez is the speaker. Linda can they really be that dumb dumb? Yes. Indeed, they can. Okay. So when I say speaker in name, only what I'm referring to is the fact that Nancy Pelosi scared to death of a concierge Cortes as a payroll are all these twenty twenty candidates now. Is it obvious? Or they just that dumb that they think that I really believe that a Cossio Cortez is speaker. But there's not telling anybody. Tough choice there. I'm not really sure I think that I think there's some people on the left of the fake news media, who really just, you know, the light bulbs gone a little dim. There are some people who just want to make headlines with your name. Okay. You don't. But you knew what I meant everybody every Kylie. You knew what I meant Ethan. Right. J C on everybody's saying, sweet baby everybody knew okay? I wasn't saying a Cossio Cortez's speaker you idiots. They're so dumb. Sean Hannity, the president disagreed with conspiracy theory, I'm like reading this. I'm like, oh, man. You people are so dumb, but whatever. So anyway. We have this drone taken out now this is on the heels remembered, let me, let me backtrack. We have one huge, massive advantage that we have never had as it relates to energy, and which is the lifeblood of our economy. If you go back to the first Gulf war, and, you know, Kuwait and, and the hostilities there and go back to that remember a lot of this always came down to the free flow of the lifeblood of every Konomi oil at market prices, so that a few crazy regimes that we're getting awfully rich because they had a monopoly even though we have more energy more oil more natural gas more coal. The means by which we would never need a drop of oil ever again. Especially from countries that hate us. We've always had the. Ability. We've always had it. But now we've we've discovered even more and are discovering more every day. And with pipelines, now the Dakota pipeline on on track again and the keystone excel pipeline on track. And, and more finally opened up. And, you know, fracking is, is transformed energy for this country? Clean burning natural gas. I bought a truck once from was an old providence gas company truck van I paid two hundred bucks for it. The best, two hundred bucks I ever spent, and it had run at seventy five thousand miles on it when I got it, and I kept it for years, a little body damage, but I didn't care. It didn't affect anything with the truck, but they switched back to gas. But, you know you can run the combustion engine on natural gas. I mean, that's if we want to switch, we can switch and it's fairly easy to do because this is going back to the early eighties that they did this anyway. So we don't we? We're not as dependent on this foreign oil we're now energy independent for the first time in seventy five years, that's a big deal. If not, you know, I'm not sure if the president what's happened is the president sanctions on Iran are having a dramatic impact on their economy. Now, I know Biden and Obama would probably just drop another one hundred fifty billion in cash currencies and say, please, please, like us, if we give more money pretty pretty please. That's never going to work with maniacal radical Islamic extremists that mullah's Iran, the chant death to Israel death to America and always threaten to wipe Israel off the map, but the straits of horror movies, you know, if you look at the shipping lanes for a lot of the oil, the, the world's oil, you know, the Iranians can cause a lot of trouble. It's not as strategically important now since Donald Trump's from president. Well, that gives us leverage that gives us, we don't need to act, as fast as we may otherwise act or jump in as fast as we may. Otherwise jump in, we could be far more strategic in other words, the president and I love this part of the president. Why are we going to telegraph what we're going to do now? The president, of course, in front of the fake news, media, did what do you do? What do you have? And president kept saying, you'll see you'll see. And you know, it's very important that we get this, right. Let me tell you what's most important in all of this. The world is watching the world is watching here. In other words, Russia is watching because they've created their alliance with the Iranians and then, you know, Putin weighing in we better, not do anything. China's watching Kim Jong is watching the world is watching all of them are watching. And it's important that we understand what we do. We gotta get it and get it right. That's what's important here. So this is what the president said in front of the fake news media, and their breakfast questioning of the president earlier today. This drone was in international waters. Clearly, we have it all documented, it's documented, scientifically not just words and a very bad mistake. You'll find out he'll find out. Obviously, you know, we're not going to be talking too much about it gonna find that they made a very big mistake. And I think probably Iran made a mistake, I would imagine it was a general or somebody that made a mistake in shooting that drone down. And fortunately, that drone was unarm. It was not. It was no man in it. And there was. No, it was just it was over. International waters, clearly over international what is, but we didn't have a man or woman in the door. We had nobody in drum still a big difference. Me tell you what made a big, big difference. But I have a feeling. I may be wrong, and I may be them, right? A lot feeling that it was a mistake made by somebody that shouldn't have been doing what they did. They made a mistake. And I'm not just talking to country made a mistake. I think that somebody under the command of that country. Leadership. Which is what happened just let's see what happens. It's older workout. Attention. I don't know. I find it hard to believe. It was intentional. If you wanna know the truth, I think that it could have been somebody who was loose and stupid. It. Able to report back and you'll understand exactly what happened, but it was a very foolish move can judge now. I'm I think I know the president while though the president's very was very clear as a candidate. Right. So we got to look at the president's past actions and, and promises and the things you know what, how was he kept to has he been faithful to his promises as their fidelity to promises, and what is the president's position on foreign entanglements in this particular cases, some that we've gotta examined? Now. He gave a list of supreme court Justice nominees that he would like to appoint to the US supreme court. You check check. He did that he wanted the biggest tax cut in history Cecchi to that the president wanted to get rid of all of ObamaCare, but he had weak Republicans, but he did get rid of the individual mandate, which was a big deal. Check the president also wanted energy independence. I've probably asked him. Him that question more than anybody else in the media in the lead up to the election. Because anyone that has listened to the show for years, drill here, drill now, pay less, you know, that was a campaign and partnering with oil and energy companies, too. So people can get high paying jobs, eighty thousand dollars you get trained to drive a truck that it was important to me. We're, we're changing people's lives. And this is just the beginning. If we really, really dig deep into energy independence, and more. It's going to be great for raising the standard of living for Americans. Now, what was the president's position on Israel and Jerusalem? Yeah, he did that to then they moved the capital from Tel Aviv, and Golan Heights. Yeah. He did that too. And he promised to get out of the Iranian deal. These sanctions are largely responsible for the Iranians actions. Now off their coasts than these two tankers that got hit. That was them. That was the revolutionary guard. And now taking out a drone. Eric drone international waters, the president's very clear that he doesn't want to get into long entanglements where less likely to have that happen, because we are where we are today, he said, oh, yeah. Iran made a very big mistake shooting down that US drone in international waters over the straits Hormuz, and he said, no, I'm not going to stand for that the same time he left open the possibility he opened a door. He opened the door that said, you better take responsibility, plame somebody. Because if you don't stop, they're going to be hit so hard so fast and nobody's gonna know the moment it's going to happen. That's my prediction, and he said, these comments along Canadian alongside Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau find it hard to believe it was intentional could have been someone who was loosened stupid. You know, acting on their own now, does the president, really. Believes that I don't my guess, is no. But I think the president is giving them an opportunity to think, because if the weight, the might the power the majesty even of the United States. Military is unleashed the way I think Donald Trump would do it versus the way say, more conventional, or establishment, presidents would do it. I think he is going to bomb the living daylights out of them now. That's my thinking on it, but he's not gonna let you know, and he said this mistake, and we're not going to stand for it. And one thing I think if let's just look at the president's track record does. He mean what he say. What he says. Yes. Does he fulfilled promises? Yes. Does he want long international entanglements in the middle? No, a we less vulnerable in terms of now that we've become energy independent for the first time in seventy five years. It's less important house..

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"That country made a big. Let's see what happens you just. Let's see what happens to older workout. Deficient. I don't know. I find it hard to believe. It was intentional. If you wanna know the truth, I think that it could have been somebody who was loose and stupid that it will be able to report back and you'll understand exactly what happened, but it was a very foolish move that I can tell you. All right. That's the president reacting and responding to the drone shot down in international waters, this on the heels of two oil tankers, that secretary of state Mike Pompeo as said the rainy in revolutionary guard responsible for taking down as well. Aranh made a very big mistake. The president said time, you will see which, you know, I don't know why people don't listen to Donald Trump because he's very transparent. He's been very clear that and I agree with him that we ought not be telegraphing anything about any military action to anybody it ought. We know that there is a situation room meeting going on even as we speak. And we know that the best, the brightest smartest military minds in the world will make the right decision, and it's going to be interesting to see as the Iranians. Now the sanctions that the president is put on a ran has. Literally brought their economy now to it's knees. And nobody is dependent as we once all were on the oil, coming out of the straits Hormuz, and being energy independent. For the first time in seventy five years, has put us in a much stronger position to deal with Iran or anybody else in the Middle East anyway, our to Sean Hannity show. Joining us now, former speaker of the house. Newt Gingrich eight Mr Speaker, good to speak with you again. By the way, you are on Hannity last night before we went to the president and the president's on the linings. No, I want to hear what Newt house to say, let new finish. Thought that was wild to great nights in a row between five million people tuning into your show on Tuesday nights, a kickoff, and then having the president south calling my night, you're not gonna get many back to early indicators over four million and CNN can't break million a single hour of their day, most days, but, you know, who's and by the way, they are in the distrust, that, that people have, how do you interpret, the president's comments, I interpreted very simply as I am not decided on. I'm not gonna tell you I'm not going to telegraph probably would say, I don't know whether he's decided or not. I do agree that, even if he has decided he is better off to not saying, anything, triggers will gonna doing, you know, our opponents should always be worried, but we might do I think that's a that's. A key thing to think about. We all need to tell them Vance. The sometimes they can learn when the bomber rise up on several occasions, including the Korean. Now that the really has been an effort on the part of the president to avoid escalating things. It's almost as though he is trying very hard to, to letting som- themselves and high suspect that he's also trying to use the tola an opportunity here to fix it. Some person did this wasn't me now the problem for the Iranian is there isn't come a moment when the president is going to think a hammer them very, very hard. And I think that, that if they keep pushing will be making a huge mistake. Pale has been quite clear about this. So I don't think that any way, the way that is you, you correctly, pointed out the sanctions have really begun to bite, and people need to remember when you talk about the strengths of we have no immediate vested interest. India, China and Japan has an enormous interest Europe has a secondary interest. So the combination of the three those are places where you're gonna see people who are really, really worried. And I think part of what the United States is trying to do is to get them to step up and agree. The will internationally police, the water's, not the Americans. Do it. You know. But the thing is I, I have really thought long and hard an often about, I would like to see the next generation of American technology and military might evolve as quickly as possible. Now, I know that was part of the president's. Genda and I remember the president said I'd never do this deal, except I need was what close to eight hundred billion dollars are in monies for the defense department which had been depleted in the Biden, Obama years for the very purpose of building the next generation of weaponry. And I'll tell you why sir. Because you look at Vietnam, we lost fifty eight thousand people there are our national treasure. Our men are our children and between Iraq and Afghanistan, you know, nearly ten thousand and so many others. Disfigured and losing legs and limbs and and facing difficulties now for the rest of their lives. I never liked the idea. We didn't even have in the beginning of the Iraq, conflict up armored humvees. I didn't like that American treasure. Our men and women were knocking on doors, one door after another door and all the ideas were set of for them. And I don't like the fact that in both cases, the wars became politicized in Washington. And immediately when that happens, then the idea of winning the war goes out the window, and you're all talking about an exit strategy without victory. And so I think that I would like to see the future American might and wars, be fought. Let's say from Tampa to pick a random city. If I might if I might. Well, I, I wanna really praise you for second because you put your finger on the real deal, which is the treasure, we lose these wars, his our young men and women. It's not our money money's replaceable, but those young men and women are not, and they are the very hard of who we are as country. And we've always had a pattern of investing in technology to save lives. And I think that the president has been exactly right. The minute deterrent around from the Obama years of weakness to the Trump years of strength has been enormous, and part of that has been a willingness much. Ronald Reagan to put rebuilding the American military very, very high on his agenda. One of the things that has happened in the Trump ears. And I've often said this, that prior to Donald Trump being on the world stage, that, really, there was one voice lone voice of moral clarity in the world and a church Ilian figure in his own right at a sheer necessity. That's prime minister Netanyahu. Who and it was a shame inform. The government I'm pretty certain win again. And he will get that government formed. I hope so. But as a result of fear of the ambitions of these mullah's in Iran for nuclear weapons. Coupled with their desire to white bisrael off the map and, and chant death to Israel and desk to America and wipe America off the map that there has a new alliance that his form that might have been on precedent even three years ago between the United States Israel, the AGIP Sion's are Jordanians the Saudis the Emirates against Iranian. Gemini now to me the fact that they're sharing more intelligence in getting along better behind the scenes than ever before. Well, that raises the prospect of a real long piece possibility in the Middle East, but for ran now being supported by Putin. I think that's right. I think that the we need to recognize as a very real possibility that we're going to see I think, in the near future, much more tight relationship between Saudi Arabia, Egypt Jordan, and Israel, and then that may will be the basis of. Real peace agreement, having nothing to do with direct negotiations with the Palestinians, but everything to do with profound underlying change between the Sunni Arab states, and their fear. They're very deep fear of Iranians way. Do you think you know, look, the straits hor, moves don't have the, the importance, they once had now, it's certainly important shipping lane for the lifeblood of every economy, which makes this idiot. New green deal even more insane oil and gas is the lifeblood of every economy, the idea that we're going to get rid of using oil and gas in ten years is not only a fantasy. It would be the destruction of the US Konami that simple. But more importantly, it does give us more leverage. It does give us more of an opportunity to be strategic rather than reactive in terms of how we deal with conflicts in the Middle East when you agree. No. There's no question that our ability. To be energy independent are to, to continue to build on the braces. Franken give us enormous leverage, both with the Russians with Venezuela, and in the Middle East, and I think it has been just, you know, but I think Trump himself said this other said, when you look at what you would have expected to happen with the price of oil. And you realize how little impact Iranians had that's really attribute to Texas and to not Dakota and the western happening all across America in the natural gas fields by the something horribly unjust going on right now in America ninety percent of burglaries never solved. You think about that ninety percent burglary victims than ever going to get their belongings back ninety percent. Burglars system on the streets. Looking yeah, do it again. But there is a way to.

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"To drive a truck that it was important to me. We're we were changing people's lives. And this is just the beginning. If we really, really dig deep into energy independence, and more. It's going to be great for raising the standard of living for Americans. Now, what was the president's position on Israel and Jerusalem? Yeah, he did that to then they moved the capital from Tel Aviv, and Golan Heights. Yeah. He did that too. And he promised to get out of the Iranian deal. These sanctions are largely responsible for the Iranians actions. Now off their coasts than these two tankers that got hit. That was them. That was the revolutionary guard. And now taking out a draw. Tone in American drone in international waters. The president's very clear that he doesn't wanna get into long entanglements were less likely to have that happen because we are where we are today. He said, oh, yeah. Ran made a very big mistake shooting down that US drone in international waters over the straits Hormuz, and he said, no, I'm not going to stand for that the same time he left open the possibility. He opened a door. He opened the door that said, you better take responsibility blame somebody because if you don't stop, they're going to be hit so hard so fast and nobody's going to know the moment it's going to happen. That's my prediction, and he said, these comments along Canadian alongside Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau find it hard to believe. It was intentional could have been someone who has loosened stupid, you know, acting on their own. Now, does the president really believes that I don't my guess is no. No. But I think the president is giving them an opportunity to think, because if the weight, the might the power the majesty even of the United States. Military is unleashed the way I think Donald Trump would do it versus the way say, more conventional, or establishment, presidents would do it. I think he is going to bomb the living daylights out of them now. That's my thinking on it, but he's not gonna let you know, and he said this mistake, and we're not going to stand for it. And one thing I think if let's look at the president's track record does. He mean what he say. What he says. Yes. Does he fulfilled promises? Yes. Does he want long international entanglements in the Middle East? No, a we less vulnerable in terms of now that we've become energy independent for the first time in seventy five years, it's less important house, but it is an opportunity. And I think the president's more than prepared for it, and how this plays out is going to be in the mullah's hands. Do they do they are they smart enough to take the slight opening Trump as giving them or do they get bombed to smithereens? I don't know. Because I think that's what the options will be. Hey, by the way, don't be fooled by these imitator companies that say, oh, they're going to get you out to your timeshare because they're phonies and it, you know, what really pisses me off because just like fake news. Well, they're trying people actually using my name because I'm friends with, and I support Brian, and Karen at lonestartransfer dot com. Oh, Sean Hannity endured. No, he doesn't I only support Brian, and Karen at lonestartransfer dot com. Their friends. I know them. So if you hear anyone else told you that I support her endorsed, a company that fake news, too, because I've been saying for years, that, you know, whatever state you wanna go to Florida, Texas. You know, Brian and Karen are in Texas. Let me tell you something you're in a timeshare. You're paying all this money, every year you never use it. In other words, you like Linda, who bought it, what almost twenty years ago, and you want to get out of it, legally.

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:43 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on KTOK

"We got the situation unfolding with a ran from earlier today. Shooting down an unarmed drone international waters. We got some deep state news. Thanks to Judicial Watch. Another three hundred and forty five pages of yes, struck page, texts, and emails, and they're extraordinarily revealing. We got the Biden campaign falling apart, right before arise, and much much more. As we kick off the program today. We have former speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich. Oh, we're going to fund later to Gary woodland. Wow. You see him in the US open, and did you see his love and support and patriotism on display? He partnered with Puma and he just he just an amazing store. Sorry. And we'll have some fun with him. Looking forward to that coming up. I want to start with a Aram because look a lot is hap-. I listened very, very closely as we speak. We just had at the White House. We had speaker name only Pelosi now can I clarify one thing Linda, I guess I have to clarify because the media is so dumb. Don't don't you think I need to clarify this because it was written a hundred times today. Sean Hannity has conspiracy theory that Nancy Pelosi is not the speaker. He says she speaker in name only, but she's not really the speaker that Alexandria, Cossio Cortez is the speaker. Linda can they really be that dumb? I'm just I'm just trying to. Yes, indeed. They can. Okay. So when I say, speaker a name only what I'm referring to is the fact that Nancy Pelosi scared to death of Cossio, Cortez, as apparently are all these twenty twenty candidates now is it obvious? Or they just that dumb that they think that I really believe that a Cossio Cortez is speaker. But there's not telling anybody. It's a tough choice there. I'm not really sure I think that I think there's some people on the left of the fake news media, who really just, you know, the light bulbs gone a little dim. I just wanna make headlines with your name. Okay. You know, but you knew what I meant everybody that everyone Kylie. You knew what I meant Ethan. Right. J C on everybody stagnated. Sweet baby knew everybody knew okay? I wasn't saying a Cossio Cortez's speaker. You idiots. They're so dumb. Sean hannity. The president disagreed with us conspiracy theory. I'm like reading, Mike. Oh man. You people are so dumb. But whatever. So anyway. We have this drone taken out now this is on the heels remembered, let me, let me backtrack. We have one huge, massive advantage that we have never had as it relates to energy, and which is the lifeblood of our economy. If you go back to the first Gulf war, and, you know, Kuwait and, and the hostilities there and you go back to that, remember, a lot of this always came down to the free flow of the lifeblood of every Konami oil at market prices. So that a few crazy regimes that were getting awfully rich because they had a monopoly even though we have more energy more oil more natural gas more coal. The means by which we would never need a drop of oil ever again. Especially from countries that hate us. We've always had the ability. We've always had it. But now we've we've discovered even more and are discovering more every day. And with pipelines, now the Dakota pipeline on on track again and the keystone excel pipeline on track. And, and more finally opened up. And, you know, fracking is, is transformed energy for this country? Clean burning natural gas. I bought a truck once from was an old providence gas company truck van I paid two hundred bucks for it. The best, two hundred bucks I ever spent, and it had run at seventy five thousand miles on it when I got it, and I kept it for years, a little body damage, but I didn't care. It didn't affect anything with the truck, but they switched back to gas. But, you know you can run the combustion engine on natural gas. I mean, that's if we want to switch, we can switch and it's fairly easy to do because this is going back to the early eighties that they did this anyway, so we don't we're. Not as dependent on this foreign oil. We're now energy independent for the first time in seventy five years, that's a big deal. If not, you know, I'm not sure if the president what's happened is the president sanctions on Iran are having a dramatic impact on their economy. Now, I know Biden and Obama would probably just drop another one hundred fifty billion in cash in other currencies and say, please, please, like us, if we give more money pretty pretty please. That's never going to work with maniacal radical Islamic extremists that mullah's in Iran, the chant death to Israel death to America and always threaten to wipe Israel off the map. But the straits of Hormuz, you know, if you look at the shipping lanes for a lot of the oil, the, the world's oil, you know, the Iranians can cause a lot of trouble. It's not as strategically important now. Since Donald Trump's president. Well, that gives us leverage that gives us, we don't need to act, as fast as we may otherwise act or jump in as fast as we may. Otherwise jump in, we could be far more strategic in other words, the president and I love this part of the president. Why are we going to? Telegraph what we're going to do now. The president, of course, in front of the fake news media, did what do you what do you do? You have. And the president kept saying, you'll see you'll see. And you know, it's very important that we get this, right. Let me tell you what's most important in all of this. The world is watching the world is watching here. In other words, Russia is watching because they've created their alliance with they Iranians. And then, you know Putin Wang. We better not do anything China's watching in oh, Kim Jong UN is watching the world is watching. All of them are watching, and it's important that we understand what we do. We gotta get it. And get it. Right. That's what's important here. So this is what the president said in front of the fake news media, and their breathless questioning of the president earlier today. This drone was in international waters. Clearly, we have it all documented, it's documented, scientifically not just words and they made it very bad mistake. Okay. You'll find out he'll find out. Sleeve. His. To be talking too much about it. You're gonna find that they made a big mistake. And I think probably Iran made a mistake, I would imagine it was a general or somebody that made a mistake in shooting that drone down. And fortunately, that drone was unarmed. It was not. It was no man in it. And there was no, it was just it was over international clearly, over international what is, but we didn't have a man or woman in the dome. We had nobody in drum would've made a big difference. Let me tell you what made a big big inference, but I have a feeling I may be wrong, and I may be right, but I'm right on that. I have a feeling that it was a mistake made by somebody that shouldn't have been doing what they did. They made a mistake. And I'm not just talking to the country mistake, I think that somebody under the command of that country made a big. Let's see what happens. She just. Let's see what happens older workout. Intention. No, I find it hard to believe. It was intentional. If you wanna know the truth, I think that it could have been somebody who was loose and stupid that. Able to report back and you'll understand exactly what happened, but it was a very fully move that I can tell you now I'm I think I know the president while the president's very was very clear as a candidate. Right. So we got to look at the president's past actions and, and promises and the things you know what, how was he kept to has he been faithful to his promises as their fidelity to promises, and what is the president's position on foreign entanglements in this particular case is something we've got to examine now. He gave a list of supreme court Justice nominees that he would like to appoint to the US supreme court. You check check. He did that he wanted the biggest tax cut in history Cecchi to that the president wanted to get rid of all of care, but he had weak Republicans, but he did get rid of the individual mandate, which was a big deal. Check the president also wanted energy independence, probably asked him that question. More than anybody else in the media in the lead up to the election. Because anyone that has listened to the show for years, drill here, drill now, pay less, you know, that was the campaign and partnering with oil and energy companies, too. So people can get high paying jobs, eighty thousand dollars. You get trained to drive a truck that it was important to me. We're, we're changing people's lives. And this is just the beginning. If we really, really dig deep into energy independence, and more. It's going to be great for raising the standard of living for Americans. Now, what was the president's position on Israel and Jerusalem? Yeah, he did that to then they moved the capital from Tel Aviv, and Golan Heights. Yeah. He did that too. And he promised to get out of the Iranian deal. These sanctions are largely responsible for the Iranians actions. Now off their coast than these two tankers that got hit. That was them. That was the revolutionary guard. And now taking out a drone American drone. And international waters, the president's very clear that he doesn't wanna get into long entanglements where less likely to have that happen, because we are where we are today, he said, oh, yeah, Aranh made a very big mistake shooting down that US drone in international waters over the straits Hormuz, and he said, no, I'm not going to stand for that same time. He left open the possibility he opened a door. He opened the door that said, you better take responsibility blame somebody because if you don't stop, they're going to be hit so hard so fast and nobody's going to know the moment it's going to happen. That's my prediction, and he said, these comments along Canadian alongside Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau. Find it hard to believe. It was intentional could have been someone who has loosened stupid, you know, acting on their own not as the president really believe that I don't my guess, is no. But I think the president is giving them an opportunity to think, because if the weight, the might the power the majesty even of the United States. Military is unleashed the way I think Donald Trump would do it versus the way say, more conventional, or establishment, presidents would do it. I think he is going to bomb the living daylights out of them now. That's my thinking on it, but he's not gonna let you know, and he said this mistake, and we're not going to stand for it. And one thing I think if let's look at the president's track record does. He mean what he say. What he says. Yes, does he fulfil promises. Yes. Does he want long international entanglements in the Middle East? No, a we less vulnerable in terms of now that we've become energy independent for the first time in seventy five years, it's less important house, but it is an.

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We're Boston, here's it. I Trump announcing that his press secretary is departing terrorists Sanders will be leaving the White House Sanders has had a nearly two year. Ron White House press secretary the president making the announcement in a tweet as it unfolds. WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Local. Boston's News Radio. Visi ten thirty reduced. And we are at sixty three degrees with cloudy skies in Boston rain showers around as well. And it is safe Thursday morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm Jim McKay. And here's what's happening over the next hour would be finding out the verdict in the house of horrors trial WBZ's, Karyn, regal has been covering this trial from the start at she will be inside the courtroom later today. Erica Murray could be convicted of second degree murder or the lesser included. Charge of manslaughter one count, only after the judge and his bench trial dropped one of the murder charges over eight days of testimony. We heard about the horrific conditions of Murray's home about police having to shovel their way in through trash about a toddler and an infant Kate in their own waste and hidden from the world. The defense has Marie is mentally ill at superior court, Karyn, regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio we'll be getting updates from Karen. She has been on this trial from the start when the verdict is read, which we are expecting this. This morning. We will be sure to get that to you on the air is Karen will be inside the courtroom there. Worcester superior court Dominican Republic thirty saying David Ortiz was not the intended target in that shooting at a nightclub in Santo Domingo that left him with internal injuries which needed emergency surgery. He's still recovering now at Mass General ABC's Victor oquendo has more in what police are saying. Right now, secure say the alleged assessing based, his target of a photo taken minutes before the attack in very poor lighting that he shut David Ortiz by mistake. The new suspects name Victor Hugo Gomez. They say he's part of a drug cartel last seen in the United States and he is still on the run. Victor oquendo, ABC news center Domingo, Dominican Republic, any developments on the David. Ortiz story. We'll have them for you here on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. We also have continuing coverage on going online at WBZ ten thirty dot com. It's now ten thirty two. A Somerville man was the scoop. Diver who was found dead at a lake in Montana. Forty year old Jesse Hubbell's body was recovered. He had been scuba diving. Some sixty feet with the production crew while filming a promotional video. When it's believed he suffered an equipment malfunction. Investigators right now, aren't sure what exactly happened with that Quint. His death was ruled in accident drowning, US military officials are now confirming a Ron shot down in American drone flying, and international waters through the strait Hormuz Iran is confirming they shot at a drone, but they did. So because they say was in Iranian airspace. Retired marine Colonel Ann ABC news contributor marine. Colonel, Steve gathered says the US has no choice but to respond certainly would have been different if this drawn, if this had been a manned aircraft and some sort of harm might have come to a to a US service personnel. But it is still an important in very expensive airplane. This is not a little airplane. This is not a little drone. This is. Is a very big aircraft cost more than one hundred twenty million dollars a piece, and we'll be discussing this at length further with CBS news military analyst, Mike Lyons in just over ten minutes,.

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC news on Chuck Sivertsen, the US blames Iran for the attacks on oil tankers near the strait Hormuz, but acting Defense Secretary. Patrick Shanahan says the focus for now is building consensus with allies by declassifying intelligence. We had the big push in the last twenty four hours to continue to get information out continue to share intelligence, and you'll consider you'll continue to see us work to do that as part of building. The international consensus, Iran is apparently interfered with one of the damage ships, forty two US official the crew of the Japanese owned oil, tanker was back on their ship, when Iranian small boats came alongside, and quote, offered assistance. The ship's, captain said no. But the Iranians kept insisting that they had a tug that could help them. That's when the USS Bainbridge radio. The Iranians and told him that no assistance was required. The official says the Iranians did not try to force himself onto the ship because of the Bainbridge's presence, we Martinez ABC news. The Pentagon a federal appeals court in wash. Has ruled against the Trump administration policy that prevented migrant teams in government custody from getting abortions immediately government, must facilitate abortion access to women in its custody. Congress is fighting over measures to battle foreign influence on US elections. Democratic Senator, Richard Blumenthal says the president's controversial comments about a stance on receiving dirt on a political rival from foreign government. Shut light on a legal loophole. In a quote backhanded way to a lot of folks in this country. There's no law that specifically requires reporting to the FBI or other law enforcement agency. Now, he's pushing the pass his duty to report act would make reporting such information. Mandatory underlaw Virginia Democrat, Mark Warner is also working to pass similar legislation. Motoko Sarabki, ABC news, Capitol Hill, after six years of legal battles, the Kansas supreme court says the state is finally spending enough money on its public schools, under a new education funding law. You're listening to ABC news..

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

10:47 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"He did the right thing. You know what I love about that, right? At the end he goes, you know, it doesn't mean anything we can't do anything for you, but five seconds before he tells them that he doesn't do it the way once it's going to crush a skull, you're going to you're going to get your skull crushed. And then you're going to also. But if you do the right thing, never worked in this industry again. I'm like, all right. So I can't do anything for you. But you but before he said that, but you're gonna have a bunch of people that will matter that are going to be empower, not that we can do anything but friends in power king there, a lot of seaway is a big CYA in there, which is Larry. I don't wanna play. But when we towards stuff never heard about Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, piggy notes, at least the to his credit. He asked the question about Ayers, indoor guy in the neighborhood George happened to start mccur in his house. You know, a lot of this is, is all going to come down to. I mean, sometimes you just got to cut through the clutter and as a lot of, you know, daily who's up who's down Joe Joe Biden's up and all of a sudden Elizabeth. Warren of beta bozo, Robert Francis down, and, and who's going to be the nominee. And the debates I can tell you most people, I don't care. But most people are watching Donald Trump every week, they are watching the Democrats now trying trying to night, yet, a fifth investigation also watch that they're not doing a thing for the American people that their sole obsession is rage, and hate against the president. Yeah. Who, let's see the best job economy. We've had since nineteen sixty nine the best if it's Biden. Okay. Even Democrats are afraid of Biden winning because he's a walking disaster. And no energy, no new ideas. And he's part of a record that put thirteen million more Americans on food stamps, eight million in poverty doubled the national debt worse recovery since the forties to brake job. Be. Yeah. Jobs all these American suffered. And now you got let's see the best economies in sixty nine job market since nineteen sixty nine record low unemployment African Americans Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans women in the workplace and youth unemployment. Let's start comparing. Okay. So now while they dropped one hundred fifty billion dollars on a tarmac for rush for Iranian mullah's now Iran's pretty sticky situation 'cause I believe Mike Pompeo or secretary of state when he says the Iranians did this. But we're now in a position with we don't really we only get involved to the extent, we're going to want to get involved. Now if ranch starts to go nuclear, and we have compelling evidence that shows such now rans, huge landmasses, not a difficult. Isn't this is going to be difficult operation? But they might come time because we see something that never was possible. That is emerged in the Middle East where the United States. Always the friendship with Israel, the, the relationship with Israel is never been the strong, and I've always said that prime minister Netanyahu, Churchillian figure who's had the moral clarity out of out of pure necessary that he must have this strength. The iron dome, though, strongest toughest military, the tiniest country. The size of New Jersey to beat back forces enemies, surrounding them on all sides, Lebanon, in the Gaza in, you know, a month has Balaa the Muslim Brotherhood, but something interesting has happened. Well, the more see the former head of the Muslim Brotherhood wants to, you know that Obama supported with billions of dollars in tanks and. And military craft. Yeah. That guy wants referred to Jews as descendants of apes and pigs. That's all bomb I helped well, now we have general C and allow season power then King Abdullah in Jordan. He's recognizing the real threat of Iranian hegemony, and the Saudis of recognized it and have a natural conflict Sunni versus Shia with Iran, and so that exists. The proxy war against Yemen has been totally and completely and utterly Iranian hands. And we've known it just like proxy wars, like they killed Americans in Iraq and, and how they've been fomenting terror around the world. We know that and there's a reason Vladimir Putin, the hostile actor that he is supporting them and trying to align with them. But you think of this opportunities threading needle where the United States Israel, the Jordanians AGIP shins, the Saudis, the Emirates all have a line in a way that nobody ever saw coming or possible, which means there's a greater possibility of peace in the region than we've ever had. And if it if it comes down to it, and they ratings are stupid, again, we're not as impacted. You can thank Donald Trump, that we are not as impacted at what is going to be happening, potentially in the straits Hormuz, as we once were because we're energy independent. That's how important is all is. But it won't stop America's involvement. Because when you marry radical Islamic terrorists with nuclear weapons, you at even think that Putin the hostile actor he would see the wisdom in that. Putin has also now experienced the wrath of Trump with the harshest sanctions any president in modern history has shown Russia. Oh with dole dependent on Putin. No just, you know, just like the tape, I'm not gonna play but, you know, I just love Adam Schiff saying, and what is the new, what is the nature of the compromise? The big to the negative, they could pick to them. But if it got down, and it's Putin Putin, of course, the Putin say the negative Donald Tom. Thank picked it dope is literally Finot doing what everyone said they were so outraged. When Trump said the Stephanopolous, if someone calls all, listen, if it's panel tell the FBI hypothetical and it just such a bunch of hypocrite for Chris. But, you know, whoever the candidate is I have no idea. Most of them are beholden to this left wing, sick twisted, new green deal or some version of it, which would take America's energy, the lifeblood in eliminated in ten years oil, and gas. Meanwhile, immediately we go back to being dependent which would be dumb. You know, think of the power that America has because of all the natural resources and all the, you know, foreign policy decisions that they. It alters. Every question in our favor, who is people will rely on us. We won't rely on them events. There won't matter as much to us. You know, the free flow of oil market prices impacts. Everybody won't impact us if we really need to dig down deep and start moving quickly to have more production of energy and maybe to help one day our western European allies or other allies and prints. And you know they don't get it. But where will the where will the democratic nominee? Where's that person going to come down on energy independence ninety nine point nine percent certainty? They're going to go back to bureaucracy, endless regulation taxation, and destruction of energy independence. The lifeblood of our economy stupid with that be and with it, the, the millions of jobs for Americans, high paying career jobs that will literally lift like the tide comes in the standard of living of every single American that will get a job. In that industry. Millions of those jobs and secondarily, it gives us the freedom to pick into choose such things. Where did Democrats stand up? We know where they stand on open borders, Walzer immoral. Let's tear down the walls. We have open borders, amnesty, the seventy percent tax rates. Marginal tax rates for individuals ninety percent marginal tax rates for corporations and to that wealth tax adds that. Oh Medicare for all no more choices in healthcare. Okay. Does bite where do you stand on the border Biden? Do you think that ObamaCare keep your doctor plan and save money did work out that way Mr. Bindu support Medicare fault, you support people having the choice of an independent healthcare system? And that's just the start. And where do you stand on tax -ation? Well, we know Biden, we know where he stands, you know, Amazon actually took him on pointed out. They paid two point whatever six Bill billion dollars in taxes, and we pay every single tax that is there. But we take every deduction we can everybody seems to think attacks businesses you tax corporations, and you're doing yourself a good thing because they get all these breaks that we don't get. Well, I hate to tell you this, any corporation, that's taxed, they're going to not going to cut back on their profit margin. They're gonna pass it on to you. The consumer, we pay the tax. We pay the income tax, we pay the state tax, high tax state. Why is California Illinois New York, New York, New joy, Z Y, all losing population because they're driving people away. You know, rush bait a good point that we picked up yesterday and played on TV, you know, why is it that you've got this incredible social crisis among. Emerging in all these liberal big cities. Now, we've sent Lawrence Jones are Hannity correspondent out to San Francisco twice, and we send with LA also. And you know, Nancy Pelosi's district twice feces on the streets almost everywhere when you've needles and..

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Know what I love about that, right? At the end he goes, you know, it doesn't mean anything we can't do anything for you, but five seconds before he tells them that he doesn't do it the way once he's going to crush a skull, you're gonna you're gonna get your skull crushed. And then you're going to also. But if you do the right thing, never worked in this industry again. I'm like, all right. So I can't do anything for you destroy you. But before he said that, but you're gonna have a punch of people that will matter that are going to be in power, not that we can do anything but friends in power king there, that's, that's a lot of CYA is a big CYA in there, which is Larry. It's like I don't wanna play. But when we George Stephanopoulos, never heard about Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, piggy notes, at least the to his credit. He asked that he say, yes, the question about Ayers, Doran, just in the neighbor, George just happened to start with career in his house. You know, a lot of this is, is all going to come down to. I mean sometimes. You just got to cut through the clutter and there's a lot of, you know, daily who's up who's down Joe Joe Biden's up and all of a sudden Elizabeth more about them. Beta bozo rubber Francis down, and, and so on who's going to be the nominee and debates. I can tell you most people, I know, don't care. But most people are watching Donald Trump every week, they are watching the Democrats now trying trying to night, yet, a fifth investigation also watch that they're not doing a thing for the American people that their sole obsession is rage, and hate against the president. Yeah. Who, let's see the best job economy. We've had since nineteen sixty nine the best if it's Biden, okay? Even Democrats are afraid of Biden winning because he's a walking disaster and no energy, no new ideas. And he's part of a record that put thirteen million more Americans on food stamps, eight million in poverty doubled the national debt worse recovery since the forties should break jobs. Be John jobs all these American suffered. And now you got let's see the best economies. In sixty nine job market since nineteen sixty nine record low unemployment African Americans Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans women in the workplace and youth unemployment. Just let's start comparing. Okay. So now while they dropped one hundred fifty billion dollars on a tarmac for rush for a rainy mullah's now Iran's pretty sticky situation because I believe Mike Pompeo or secretary of state when he says the Iranians did this. But we're now in a position with we don't really we only get involved to the extent, we're to want to get involved. Now if a ranch starts to go nuclear, and we have compelling evidence that shows such now rans got huge landmasses not a difficult. This is going to be a difficult operation. But there might come a time because we see something that never was possible. That is emerged in the Middle East where the United States. Always the friendship with Israel, the, the relationship with Israel's never, then the strong, and I've always said that prime minister Netanyahu, h irt, Chilean figure, who's had the moral clarity out of out of pure Ness Cecil that he must have this strength. The iron dome, though, strongest toughest military, the tiniest country the size of New Jersey to beat back forces enemies, surrounding them on all sides, Lebanon, and in the Gaza in the, you know, a MAs has Balaa the Muslim Brotherhood, but something interesting has happened. Well, the more see the former head of the Muslim Brotherhood wants to, you know that Obama supported with billions of dollars and tanks and. And military craft. Yeah, that guy's once referred to Jews as descendants of apes and pigs. That's all bomb. I helped. Well, now we have general CC and your season power, then king of Jordan, he's recognizing the real threat of Iranian hegemony, and the Saudis of recognized it and have a natural conflict, SUNY versus Shia with Iran and so that exists. The proxy war against Yemen has been totally and completely and utterly Iranian hands. And we've known it just like proxy wars, like they killed Americans in Iraq and, and how they've been fomenting terror around the world. We know that. And there's a reason flat. Amir Putin, the hostile actor that he is supporting them and trying to align with them. You think of this opportunities threading needle where the United States Israel, the Jordanians the Egyptians the Saudis, the Emirates all have a line in a way that nobody ever saw coming or possible, which means there's a greater possibility peace in the region, we've ever had, and if it if it comes down to it, and they ratings of stupid, again, we're not as impacted. You can thank Donald Trump, that we are not as impacted at what is going to be happening, potentially in the straits Hormuz, as we once were because we're energy independent. That's, that's how important is all is. But it won't stop America's involvement. Because when you marry radical Islamic terrorists with nuclear weapons, you even think that Putin the hostile actor he would see the wisdom in that. And Putin has also now experienced the wrath of Trump with the harshest sanctions. Any president in modern history has shown Russia? Oh, what dole dependent on Putin. No just, you know, just like the tape, I'm not gonna play but, you know, I just love Adam Schiff saying, and what is the new, what is the nature of the compromise? The big to the negative, they could pick to them. But if it got it, yeah. And it's Putin. Putin seats, of course, the Putin, the negative pick Donald Tom. Thank picked it dope is literally, you know, doing what everyone said they were so outrage when Trump said to Stephanopolous, if someone calls all listen, if it's panel tell the FBI hypothetical and it just such a bunch of hypocrites. But, you know, whoever the candidate is I have no idea. Most of them are behold into this left wing, sick twisted, new green deal or some version of it, which would take America's energy, the lifeblood in eliminated in ten years oil and gas. Meanwhile, immediately we go back to being dependent which would be dumb. You think of the power that America has because of all the natural resources and all the, you know, foreign policy decisions that it alters every a question in our favor. Because then people will rely on us. We won't rely on them events. There won't matter as much to us. You know, the free flow of oil market prices, impacts everybody won't impact us if we really need to dig down deep and start moving quickly to have more production of energy and maybe to help one day our western European allies or other allies, and friends, and, you know, they don't get it, but where will the where will the democratic nominee. Where's that person going to come down on energy independence ninety nine point nine percent? Certainty. They're going to go back to bureaucracy, endless regulation taxation, and destruction of energy independence. The lifeblood of our economy. How stupid would that be and with it, the, the millions of jobs for Americans high paying career jobs that will literally lift like the tide comes in the standard of living of every single American that will get a job in that industry. Millions of those jobs and secondarily, it gives us the freedom to pick into choose such things. But where did Democrats stand up, we know where they stand on open borders, a Walzer immoral. Let's tear down the walls. We have open borders, amnesty, the seventy percent tax rates. Marginal tax rates for individuals ninety percent marginal tax rates for corporations add to that wealth tax adds that. Medicare for all? No more choices in healthcare. Okay. Does Biden where do you stand on the border Biden? Do you think that ObamaCare keep your doctor plan and save money did work out that way, Mr. Biden support Medicare for you support people having the choice of an independent healthcare system? And that's just the start. And where do you stand on taxation? Well, we know Biden, we know where he stands, you know, Amazon actually took him on pointed out. They paid two point whatever six Bill billion dollars in taxes, and we pay every single tax that is there. But we take every deduction we can everybody seems to think attacks businesses tax corporations, and you're doing yourself, a good thing because they get all these breaks that we don't get. Well, I hate to tell you this, any corporation, that's taxed, they're going to not going to cut back on their profit margin. They're gonna pass it on to you. The consumer, we pay the tax. We pay the income tax. We pay the state tax. If you live in a high tax state, why is California Illinois New York. New York, New joy Z Y. They all losing population because they're driving people away. You know, rush made a good point that we picked up yesterday and played on TV. You know, why is it that you've got this incredible social crisis emerging in all these liberal big cities. Now, we've sent Lawrence Jones are Hannity correspondent out to San Francisco twice, and we send with LA also. And you know, Nancy Pelosi's district twice feces on the streets, almost everywhere, needles and.

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on KNSS

"Anything like that. But you. You know that he did the right thing. What I love about that, right. At the end he goes, you know, it doesn't mean anything we can't do anything for you, but five seconds before he tells them that he doesn't do it the way once gonna crush a skull, you're going to you're gonna get your skull crushed. And then you're gonna also. But if you do the right thing, never worked in this industry again. I'm like, all right. So I can't do anything for you. Store you before he said that, but you're gonna have a punch of people will matter that are going to be in power, not that we can do anything but have friends in power king there. That's, that's a lot of see. Why is a big CYA in there, which is Larry like I don't wanna play. But when we torched of novel, never heard about Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn piggy notes. At least the his credit he asked it. He say, yes, the question about Ayers indoor in the neighbor, George tapping to start mccur his house. A lot of this is, is all going to come down to. I mean sometimes you just got to cut through the clutter. And as a lot of, you know, daily who's up who's down Joe, Joe Biden's up all of a sudden Elizabeth. Warren of beta bozo, Robert Francis down, and, and who's going to be the nominee, and the debates, I can tell you most people, I don't care. But most people are watching Donald Trump every week, they are watching the Democrats try and try night. Yet, fifth investigation also watch that they're not doing a thing for the American people that their sole obsession is rage and hate against the president. Yeah. Who let see the best job economy. We've had since nineteen sixty nine the best if it's Biden, okay? Even Democrats are afraid of Biden winning because he's a walking disaster and no energy, no new ideas. And he's part of a record put thirteen million more Americans on food stamps, eight million poverty. Doubled the national debt worse recovery since the forties to break jobs. John. Jobs all these American suffered. And now you got let's see the best, the Konomi, sixty nine job market since nineteen sixty nine record low unemployment African Americans Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans women in the workplace and youth unemployment. Let's start comparing. Okay. So now while they dropped one hundred fifty billion dollars on tarmac for rush for a rainy, mullah's now, rans a pretty sticky situation 'cause I believe Mike Pompeo, or secretary of state when he says the Iranians did this. But we're now in a position with we don't really we only get involved to the extent, we're going to want to get involved. Now if Iran starts to go nuclear, and we have compelling evidence that show such rans huge landmasses not a difficult. This is going to be difficult operation. But it might come time because we see something that never was possible. That is emerged in the Middle East where the United States. Always the friendship with Israel, the, the relationship with Israel's never, then the strong, and I've always said that prime minister Netanyahu, HR, Chilean figure, who's had the moral clarity out of out of pure Ness, the Cecil that he must have this strength. The iron dome, those strongest toughest military, the tiniest country, the size of New Jersey to beat back forces enemies, surrounding them on all sides, Lebanon. And in the Gaza in, you know, a Mazas Balaa the Muslim Brotherhood, but something interesting has happened. Well, the more see the former head of the Muslim Brotherhood wants to that Obama supported with billions of dollars and tanks and. And military craft. Yeah. That guy wants referred to Jews his descendants of apes and pigs. That's all Bama. Helped well, now we have general CC, and Germany while season power, then kingdom Abella Jordan, he's recognizing the real threat of Iranian hegemony, and the Saudis of recognized it and have a natural conflict, SUNY versus Shia with Iran and so that exists. The proxy war against Yemen has been totally and completely and utterly in Iranian hands. And we've known it just like proxy wars, like they killed Americans in Iraq and, and how they've been fomenting terror around the world, we know that. And there's a reason flat. Amir Putin, the hostile actor that he is supporting them and trying to align with them. You think of this opportunities threading needle where the United States Israel, the Jordanians the Egyptians the Saudis, the Emirates all have a line in a way that nobody ever saw coming or possible, which means there's a greater possibility peace in the region. We've ever had, and if it if it comes down to it and the Iranians are stupid, again, we're not as impacted. You can thank Donald Trump, that we are not as impacted at what is going to be happening, potentially in the straits Hormuz, as we once were because we're energy independent. That's, that's how important us all is. But it won't stop America's involvement. Because when you marry radical Islamic terrorists with nuclear weapons, you would even think that Putin the hostile actor he would see the wisdom in that. Putin has also now experienced the wrath of Trump with the harshest sanctions any president in modern history has shown Russia, oh with orders. Dole dependent on Putin. No just I just like the tape. I'm not gonna play but, you know, I just love Adam Schiff saying, and what is the new what is the nature of the compromise? Big to the negative, they can pick them down. And it's Putin. Putin. Of course, the Putin see the negative the Donald Tom. Thank picked it dope is literally, you know, doing what everyone said they were so outraged. When Trump said to Stephanopolous, if someone calls all, listen, if it's panel tell the FBI hypothetical, and it just such a bunch of hypocrites. But, you know, whoever the candidate is I have no idea. Most of them are beholden to this left wing, sick twisted, new green deal or some version of it, which would take America's energy, the lifeblood in eliminated in ten years oil, and gas. Meanwhile, immediately we go back to being dependent which would be dumb. You know, think of the power that America has because of all the natural resources and all the, you know, foreign policy decisions that it alters every question in our favor. Because then people will rely on us. We won't rely on them events. There won't matter as much to us. You know, the free flow of oil market prices, impacts everybody won't impact us if we really need to dig down deep and start moving quickly to have more production of energy and maybe to help one day our western European allies or other allies, and friends, and, you know, they don't get it. But where will the where will the the democratic nominee? Where's that person going to come down on energy independence ninety nine point nine percent? Certainty. They're going to go back to bureaucracy, endless regulation taxation, and destruction of energy independence. The lifeblood of our economy stupid with that be and with it, the, the millions of jobs for Americans, high paying career jobs that will literally lift like the tide comes in the standard of living of every single American that will get a job in that industry. Millions of those jobs and secondarily, it gives us the freedom to pick into choose such things, but where the Democrats stand up we know where they stand on open borders, a Walzer immoral. Let's tear down the walls. We have open borders, amnesty, the seventy percent tax rates. Marginal tax rates for individuals ninety percent. Marginal tax rates for corporations add to that wealth tax add to that. Medicare for all? No more choices in healthcare. Okay. Does Biden where do you stand on the border Biden? Do you think that ObamaCare keep your, Dr plan and save money did work out that way Mr. Bindu support Medicare for USA? Poor people having the choice of an independent healthcare system, and that's just the start and where do you stand on tax Asian? Well, we know Biden, we know where he stands, you know, Amazon actually took him on pointed out. They paid two point whatever six Bill billion dollars in taxes, and we pay every single tax that is there. But we take every deduction we can everybody seems to think attacks businesses you tax corporations, and you're doing yourself a good thing because they get all these breaks that we don't get. Well, I hate to tell you this, any corporation, that's taxed, they're going to not going to cut back on their profit margin. They're gonna pass it on to you. The consumer. We pay the tax, we pay the income tax just, like we pay the state tax, high tax state. Why is California Illinois New York? New York, New joy Z Y. They all losing population because they're driving people away. Rush bait. Good point that we picked up yesterday and played on TV, you know, why is it that you've got this incredible social crisis emerging in all these liberal big cities. Now, we've sent Lawrence Jones are Hannity correspondent out to San Francisco twice, and we send with LA also and you know, Nancy, Pelosi's district twice feces on the streets almost everywhere when you've needles and blood stained.

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You know that he did the right thing. You know what I love about that, right? At the end he goes, you know, it doesn't mean anything we can't do anything for you, but five seconds before he tells them that he doesn't do it the way one's going to crush a skull, you're going to get your skull crushed, and then you're gonna also, but if you do the right thing, never work in this industry again. I'm like, all right. So I can't do anything for you. Store you before he said that, but you're gonna have a bunch of people that will matter that are going to be in power, not that we can do anything but friends in power. King there. That's, that's a lot of see. Why is a big CYA there, which is hilarious? It's like I don't wanna play. But when we torched of novels never heard about Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn piggy notes. At least the his credit he asked it. He the question about Aaron Doran in the neighbor, George happen to start mccur his house. A lot of this is, is all going to come down to. I mean, sometimes you just got to cut through the clutter and a lot of, you know, daily who's up who's down Joe Joe Biden's up and all of a sudden, Elizabeth Warren of beta bozo, Robert Francis down, and, and on who's going to be the nominee and debates. I can tell you most people, I know, don't care. But most people are watching Donald Trump every week, they are watching the Democrats now trying trying to night, yet, a fifth investigation also watch that they're not doing a thing for the American people. Their soul obsession is rage, and hate against the president. Yeah. Who, let's see the best job economy. We've had since nineteen sixty nine. The best if it's Biden. Okay. Even Democrats are afraid of Biden winning because he's a walking disaster. And no energy, no new ideas. And he's part of a record put thirteen million more Americans on food stamps eight million in poverty. Double the national debt worse recovery since the forties to brake job. John. Yeah. Jobs. Well, all these American suffered, and now you got, let's see the best economy since sixty nine job market since nineteen sixty nine record low unemployment African Americans Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans women in the workplace and youth unemployment. Let's start comparing. Okay. So now while they dropped one hundred fifty billion dollars on a tarmac for rush, Iranian mullah's now, Iran's pretty sticky situation 'cause I've believe Mike Pompeo or secretary of state when he says the Iranians did this. But we're now in a position with we don't really we only get involved to the extent, we're gonna wanna get involved. Now if a ranch starts to go nuclear, and we have compelling evidence that shows such now rans, huge landmasses, not a difficult. This is going to be difficult opperations. But they might come a time because we see something that never was possible. That is merged in the Middle East where the United States always the friendship with Israel, the relationship with Israel, never, then the strong, and I've always said that prime minister Netanyahu, a church, Chilean figure who's had the moral clarity out of out of pure Ness Cecil that he must have this strength. The iron dome, the strongest toughest military, the tiniest country. The size of New Jersey to beat back forces enemies, surrounding them on all sides, Lebanon, in the in, you know, a Mazdas, Balaa, the Muslim Brotherhood, but something interesting has happened. Well, the more see the former head of the Muslim Brotherhood wants to that Obama supported with billions of dollars and tanks and. And military craft. Yeah. That guy once referred to Jews as descendants of apes and pigs. That's all Bama helped well, now we have general, and you're cici's empower, then kings, of, in Jordan, he's recognizing the real threat of Iranian hegemony, and the Saudis of recognize it and have a natural conflict, SUNY versus Shia with Iran and so that exists. The proxy war against Yemen has been totally and completely and utterly in Iranian hands. And we've known it just like proxy wars, like they killed Americans in Iraq and, and how they've been fomenting terror around the world. We know that and there's a reason Vladimir Putin, the hostile actor that he is supporting them and trying to align with them. But you think of this opportunity threading needle where the United States Israel, the Jordanians the Egyptians the Saudis, the. Emirates all have a line in a way that nobody ever saw coming or possible, which means there's a greater possibility peace in the region. We've ever had, and if it if it comes down to it and Iranians of stupid, again, we're not as impacted you can thank Donald Trump, that we are not as impacted at what is going to be happening, potentially in the straits Hormuz, as we once were because we're energy independent. That's, that's how important is all is. But it won't stop America's involvement. Because when you marry radical Islamic terrorists with nuclear weapons. You would even think that Putin the hostile actor, he would see the wisdom in that Putin has also now experienced the wrath of Trump with the harshest sanctions. Any president in modern history has shown Russia? Oh with dole dependent on Putin. No just I just like the tape. I'm not gonna play but I just love Adam Schiff saying, and what is the what is the nature of the compromise? The big to the negative, they can picks them now. And it's Putin. Putin. Of course, the Putin say the negative pick Donald Tom. Thank picked it. Dope is literally Finot doing what everyone said they were so outrage when Trump said to Stephanopoulos, if someone calls all listen, if it's paddle tell the FBI hypothetical, and it just such a bunch of hypocrites. But, you know, whoever the candidate is I have no idea. Most of them are beholden to this left wing, sick twisted, new green deal or some version of it, which would take America's energy, the lifeblood in eliminate it in ten years. Oil and gas. Meanwhile, immediately we go back to being dependent which would be dumb. You think of the power that America has because of all the natural resources and all the, you know, foreign policy decisions that it alters. Every question in our favor, who is then people will rely on us. We won't rely on them events. There won't matter as much to us. You know, the free flow of oil market prices, impacts everybody won't impact us if we really need to dig down deep and start moving quickly to have more production of energy, and maybe the help one day our western European allies or other allies and friends. And they don't get it. Where will the where will the democratic nominee? Where's that person going to come down on energy independence ninety nine point nine percent certainty? They're going to go back to bureaucracy, endless regulation taxation, and destruction of energy independence. The lifeblood of our economy, stupid would that be, and with it, the, the millions of jobs for Americans, high paying career jobs that will literally lift like the tide comes in the standard of living of every single American that will get a job in that industry. Millions of those jobs and secondarily, it gives us the freedom to pick into choose such things. Where did Democrats stand up we know where they stand on open borders, but Walzer immoral. Let's tear down the walls. We have open borders, amnesty. The seventy. Percent tax rates marginal tax rates for individuals ninety percent marginal tax rates for corporations and to that wealth tax and to that. Oh Medicare for all? No more choices in healthcare. Okay, Biden, where do you stand on the border Biden? Do you think that ObamaCare keep your doctor plan and save money did work out that way Mr. Bindu support Medicare for you support people having the choice of an independent healthcare system? And that's just the start. And where do you stand on tax -ation? Well, we know bind we know where he stands. You know, Amazon actually took him on pointed out. They paid two point whatever six billion billion dollars in taxes, and we pay every single tax that is there. But we take every deduction we can everybody seems to think tax businesses tax corporations, and you're doing yourself, a good thing because they got all these breaks that we don't get. Well, I hate to tell you this, any corporation, that's taxed they're gonna not gonna cut back on their profit margin. Gonna pass it on to you. The consumer, we pay the tax. We pay the income tax. We pay the state tax on high tax state. Why is California Illinois New York? New York, New joy, Z Y, all losing population because they're driving people away. Rush made a good point that we picked up yesterday and played on TV. You know, why is it that you got this incredible social crisis emerging in all these liberal big cities. Now, we've sent Lawrence Jones are Hannity correspondent out to San Francisco twice, and we send the LA also and, you know, Nancy, Pelosi's district twice feces on the streets almost everywhere when you've needles and.

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:32 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the pro I have no idea what they're probably tapping into the moonshine that listeners sent us was everybody's like all jovial inside the control room and it's been like that all day. And I'm looking at somebody's birthday. I don't think about pizza everybody today, but you usual lunch that something happened that I missed what's going, what is going on in there. Did you task my friend is that just because it's the only reason everybody's giddy in there? I mean, I'm giddy everyday. They that's my nickname. No, you're not, you know the best moment of the week, by the way. Was when we add. Oh, special Master Sergeant senior mass dislodge. You're never gonna let me live that down. That's correct. And he goes after you harder than anybody I've ever seen. They got about it and takes you down, which I loved, and you know what? You did you sucked it up. You. Well, he off the air have quite an inappropriate back and forth, and it's it it's insane. If you want to people that sit around a table and drop an app f f f f f g h j k whatever it is. You don't actually give vice to somebody some friend of mine. I'm like do yourself a favor if the if if the letter begins in your mad with any letter in the alphabet and it's bad. Get rid of it, don't ever use an end. Well for you. No matter what you think, in the moment that you might be winning some type of debate of some. Kind of, you're not. All right. Well, that's all it is. Okay. I'm fine with that happy front. We do have a lot of news to get to today, new, we now, have learned an awful lot about Carter page, who we is that he worked for American intelligence, the American community. Meaning he was interviewed. He was on our side on a regular basis for such a long period of time, which then you know, lends itself to the question. Wow. How did they use this guy to this extent and it kinda now is becoming transparent and obvious with what the attorney general is doing? And the deputy attorney general's letter Nadler, Boyd's letter met Nadler, earlier this week, the expansion of what it is that Durham is doing and, and the information that he's now seeking and he's going to talk to Christopher Steele, the, you know, say. Save records request that went out to the CIA this week, by the way, Gina hospital, the CIA director, you know, this thing's I know something about Gina hospital that nobody else knows. And I'm never going to reveal it only tell you that after nine eleven she was an American hero. That's all I can say. And I learned it in the course of just doing normal investigative reporting and stuff. And it is beyond impressive, and absolutely critical to America, and in the aftermath of nine eleven the search for bin Laden and all of these important things, and it was interesting to watch that, you know, rightly none of this stuff ever comes up, but I'm pretty sure that I got good Intel on that. And, you know, there are a lot of people that's why you know, at times, I tell you this is hard because we know that we need the best intelligence because of the evil in the world that we live in. You know, look at what's happening in the, the Gulf, and the straits of Hormuz and, you know, the saber rattling of Iran, and these tankers that are hit and, you know, secretary state Pompeii yet the the Iranians did it. And, you know, the one miracle in all of that is you look at the straits Hormuz it is it is so narrow. It is so key. It is so strategically pivotal, and it all goes to the question I talk so often about the lifeblood of America's economy, being energy and the fact that for the first time in seventy five years, we are energy independent, we're now, net exporters of energy. And the reason we haven't gotten to this point beforehand is because why Gary else that Donald Trump does everybody was afraid to do it. I mean, you, you, you think of Jerusalem, the capital of Israel. So many presidents promised they got talked out of it. They wouldn't do it too risky to political. And then the recognition of the Golan Heights as Israel's nad, too risky to political. But what a rate, a rainy, saber rattling has done putting the kashogi issue aside, which is not a small deal. I don't think there's been anybody medium, more critical of the Saudis and, and countries like Saudi Arabia and, and the way they treat women and gays and lesbians and they kill them. That's they throw them off. Roofs stone them to death. And you know, rape marital rape is not a crime, in some of these countries telling women how to dress women can't leave the house of the country without a male's permission, not leaving the house without a male relative. You know, good luck building a synagogue, good luck building. A Christian church in some of these countries because Christians and Jews persecuted as just a daily occurrence in some of these countries, and we've gone through them and, you know, the remarkable thing is, is we've been dependent on Middle Eastern oil for way too long. And when you think of all of the benefits of being energy independent. It starts with we don't need. We have enough resources to be energy efficient, and then some for hundreds of years. We're told when you factor in natural gas oil coal, etc. And you say, we'll, we'll why those countries is so rich in this is the insanity of socialism, communism redistributionism in state ISM in Venezuela. If the Venezuelan government warrant so corrupt. They are leaders not so greedy that if you use the resources, which are so vast in Venezuela, ours, much more vast. And you've got you could literally raise everybody out of poverty, or hey, Ramos dot arrested because he, he was interviewing the president Madero at the time. And literally showing him video of his own citizens digging out food from carbon truck that shouldn't happen in a country that has the kind of wealth and resources event, as well as similarly, you know, I always give out the Biden Obama, economic failures pistons, you know, th there's no reason to have to add thirteen million Americans to food stamps. There's no reason that we had eight million more Americans in poverty in the worst recovery's in the forties. I have pushed this issue of energy so hard because we don't need their oil. We don't need to bow at the altar of countries often. That's often the case hate us. We not only can be energy independent, but which would, you know all these potential jobs in the energy industry. Remember when we partnered with companies in Oklahoma, Texas? And and North Dakota. And I it happened organically, I said on the air one day. You know, seeing what was happening in these places. And the, the oil, boom that was happening to bulk in particular in North Dakota. They're training people to be drivers there. Teach you and you'll start at eighty grand a year and you get all the overtime you want. Now, I said, just happen to say. Well, if I was at a dead end job, pay me forty grand a year. I can barely bake my rent in. I'm driving an old jalopy which I lived that life for many years by one hundred dollar truck one three hundred and fifty dollar car painting, my own cars doing the brakes tune-ups, and I would never never trade that experience because I made it really grain in me and helped me be, who I am today. And so I just see this energy, boom, potential. We have now all of the rich wealth of, let's say these Middle Eastern countries that could be. Be America if we have government, that's not corrupt if the if the free market, dictates the job the natural job creation, if we don't allow the environmental extremists, the climate change extremists to put the regulations in place that devastate any opportunity to tap into these vast resources that we have well that then creates more dependence again on countries that hate us and not only does it free us and, and make us more free and more, you know, less entanglements in foreign conflicts, it literally, then frees us from those entanglements, if, if we so choose, I don't think you ever break the alliance that we have with the only democracy in the region, which, of course, is Israel. But then you look at the forgotten men and women that drove the twenty sixteen election and then all these higher paying. Paying jobs come into play millions of them in the energy sector, and we're not dependent on foreign oil, and then we could literally now compete with bad actors, like Vladimir Putin and hostile regimes like Russia, which align themselves with Iran, and then we could. But the standard of living, you know, you go from making thirty forty fifty grand.

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Know, actually give vice to somebody some friend of mine I'm like do yourself a favor if the if if the letter begins in your mad with any letter in the alphabet and it's bad. Get rid of it. Don't ever use. I'm going to end well for you. No matter what you think, in the moment that you might be winning some type of debate of some kind of, you're not. All right. Well, that's all it is. Okay. I'm fine with that happy Friday. We do have a lot of news to get to today. We now have learned an awful lot about Carter page, who we is that he worked for American intelligence, the American community. Meaning he was interviewed. He was on our side on a regular basis for such a long period of time, which then you know, lends itself to the question. Wow. How did they use this guy to this extent, and it kind of now is becoming transparent and obvious with what the attorney general is doing? And the deputy attorney general's letter Nadler, Boyd's letter Nadler, earlier this week, the expansion of what it is that Durham is doing. And, and the information that he's now seeking and he's gonna talk to Christopher Steele. The, you know save records requests that went out to the CIA this week, by the way, gene hospital. The CIA director, you know this things. I know something about Gina hassle that nobody else knows and I'm never going to reveal it only tell you that after nine eleven she was an American hero. That's all I can say. And I learned it in the course of just doing normal investigative reporting and stuff. And it is beyond impressive, and absolutely critical to America and the aftermath of nine eleven the search for bin Laden and all of these important things, and it was interesting to watch that, you know, rightly none of this stuff ever comes up, but I'm pretty sure that I got good Intel on that. And, you know there are a lot of people that's why you know, at times, I tell you this is hard. Because we know that we need the best intelligence because of the evil in the world that we live in. You know, look at what's happening in the in the Gulf, and the straits Hormuz, and, you know, the saber rattling of Iran, and these tankers that are hit and secretary of state house. Yeah, the, the Iranians did it. And, you know, the one miracle in all of that is you look at the straight, so hor Moos it is it is so narrow. It is so key. It is so strategically pivotal, and it all goes to the question I talk so often about the lifeblood of America's economy, being energy and the fact that for the first time in seventy five years, we are energy independent, we're now, net exporters of energy. And the reason we haven't gotten to this point beforehand is because like everything else that Donald Trump does everybody. Was afraid to do it. I mean, you, you, you think of Jerusalem, the capital of Israel so many presidents promised. They got talked out of it. They wouldn't do it too risky to political. And then the recognition of the Golan Heights as Israel's, too risky to political. But what a rate, a rainy, saber rattling has done putting the kashogi issue aside, which is not a small deal. I don't think there's been anybody medium more critical, the Saudis and, and countries like Saudi Arabia and, and the way they treat women and gays and lesbians and they kill them. That's they throw them off. Roofs stone them to death and rape marital. Rape is not a crime in some of these countries telling women how to dress women can't leave the house of the country without a male's permission. Not leaving the house without a male relative. You know, good luck building a synagogue. Good luck building a Christian church in some of these countries because Christians and Jews persecuted as just a daily occurrence in some of these countries and then we'd gone through them. And, you know, the remarkable thing is, is we've been dependent on Middle Eastern oil for way too long. And when you think of all of the benefits of being energy independent. It starts with we don't need. We have enough resources to be energy efficient, and then some for hundreds of years. We're told when you factor in natural gas oil coal, etc. And you say we'll well why those countries is so rich. This is the insanity of socialism, communism redistributionism in state ISM in Venezuela. If the Venezuelan government warrant so corrupt their leaders not so greedy that if you use the resources, which are so vast in Venezuela, ours, much more vast. And you've got you could literally raise everybody out of poverty in the hor-. Hey, Ramos arrested because he, he was interviewing the president Madero at the time. And literally showing him video of his own citizens digging out food from carbon truck that shouldn't happen in a country that has the kind of wealth and resources event, as well a similarly, you know, I always give out the Biden Obama, economic failures statistics, you know, there's no reason to have to add thirteen million Americans to food stamps. There's no reason that we had eight million more Americans in poverty in the worst recovery's in the forties. I have pushed this issue of energy so hard because we don't need their oil. We don't need to bow at the altar of countries often. That's often the case hate us. We not only can be energy independent, but which would, you know, all of these potential jobs in the energy industry. Remember when we partnered with companies in Oklahoma, Texas? And and North Dakota. And I it happened organically, I said on the air one day. You know, seeing what was happening in these places. And the, the oil, boom that was happening to bulk in particular in North Dakota. They're training people to be drivers there. Teach you and you'll start at eighty grand a year and you get all the overtime you want. Now, I said, just happen to say. Well, if I was at a dead end job, pay me forty grand a year. I can barely bake my rent. I'm driving an old jalopy which I lived that life for many years buying one hundred dollar truck one three hundred and fifty dollar car painting, my own cars doing the brakes tune-ups and, and I would never never trade that experience. Because I it made it really is ingrained in me and helped me be, who I am today. And so I just see this energy, boom, potential. We have now all of the rich wealth of, let's say these Middle Eastern countries that could. Be America if we have government, that's not corrupt if the if the free market, dictates the job the natural job creation, if we don't allow the environmental extremists, the climate change extremists to put the regulations in place that devastate any opportunity to tap into these vast resources that we have well that then creates more dependence again on countries that hate us and not only does it free us and, and make us more free and more, you know, less entanglements in foreign conflicts, it literally, then frees us from those entanglements, if we so choose, I don't think you ever break the alliance that we have with the only democracy in the region, which, of course, is Israel. But then you look at the forgotten men and women that drove the twenty sixteen election and then all these higher paying. Paying jobs come into play millions of them in the energy sector, and we're not dependent on foreign oil, and then we could literally now compete with bad actors, like Vladimir Putin and hostile regimes like Russia, which align themselves with Iran, and then we could. But the standard of living, you know, you go from making thirty forty fifty.

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program. I have no idea what they're probably tapping into the moonshine that listeners incentives was everybody's like all jovial inside the control room and it's been like that all day. And I'm looking at somebody's birthday. I don't think about pizza everybody today, but you get your usual lunch that something happened that I missed what's going? What is going on in there? Did you task my friend is that just because it's, it's the only reason everybody's giddy in there? I mean, I'm giddy everyday. That's my nickname. No. You're not, you know the best moment of the week. By the way, was when we add. Oh, special Master Sergeant senior mass dislodge never gonna let me live that down. That's correct. And he goes after you. You harder than anybody I've ever seen? They got about it and takes you down, which I loved, and you know what? You did you sucked it up. You. Well, he off the air have have haven't quite an inappropriate back and forth, and I it it's insane. If you want to people that sit around a table and drop f f f. Jay, whatever it is. You don't actually give advice to somebody some friend of mine. I'm like do yourself a favor if the if if the letter begins in your mad with any letter in the alphabet and it's bad. Get rid of it, don't ever use going to end. Well for you. No matter what you think, in the moment that you might be winning some type of debate of some kind of, you're not. All right. Well, that's all it is. Okay. I'm fine with that happy front. We do have a lot of news to get to today. We now have learned an awful lot about Carter page, who we is that he worked for American intelligence, the American community. Meaning he was interviewed. He was on our side on a regular basis for such a long period of time, which then you know, lends itself to the question. Wow. How did they use this guy to this extent, and it kind of now is becoming transparent and obvious with what the attorney general is doing? And the deputy attorney general's letter Nadler, Boyd's letter met Nadler, earlier this week, the expansion of what it is that Durham is doing and, and the information that he's now seeking and he's gonna talk to Christopher Steele. The, you know save records requests that went out to the CIA this week, by the way, gene hospital, the CIA director, you know, this thing's I know something about Gina hassle that nobody else knows and I'm never going to reveal it. I'll only tell you that after nine eleven she was an American hero. That's all I can say. And I learned it in the course of just doing normal investigative reporting and stuff. And it is beyond impressive, and absolutely critical to America. And the aftermath of nine eleven the search for bin Laden and all of these important things. And it was interesting to watch that, you know, rightly none of this stuff ever comes up, but I'm pretty sure that I got good Intel on that. And, you know, there are a lot of people that's why you know, at times, I tell you this is hard because we know that we need the best intelligence because of the evil in the world that we live in. You know, look at what's happening in the Gulf, and the straits Hormuz, and, you know, the saber rattling of Iran, and these tankers that are hit and, you know, secretary state Pompeo's yet, the the Iranians did it. And, you know, the one miracle in all of that is you look at the straight, so hor Moos it is it is so narrow. It is so key. It is so strategically pivotal, and it all goes to the question, I talked so often about the lifeblood of America's. Economy, being energy and the fact that for the first time in seventy five years, we are energy independent, we're now, net exporters of energy. And the reason we haven't gotten to this point beforehand is because like everything else that Donald Trump does. Everybody was afraid to do it. I mean, you, you, you think of Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, so many presidents promised the they got talked out of it. They wouldn't do it too risky to political. And then the recognition of the Golan Heights as Israel's Ned, too risky to political. But what a rate, a rainy, saber rattling has done putting the kashogi issue aside, which is not a small deal. I don't think there's been anybody medium more critical, the Saudis and, and countries like Saudi Arabia, and, and the way they treat women and gays. And lesbians and they kill them. That's, that's they throw them off. Roofs stone them to death. And you know, rape marital rape is not a crime, in some of these countries telling women how to dress women can't leave the house of the country without a male's permission. Not leaving the house without a male relative. You know, good luck building a synagogue. Good luck building a Christian church and some of these countries because Christians and Jews persecuted as just a daily occurrence in some of these countries, and then we've gone through them and, you know, the remarkable thing is, is we've been dependent on Middle Eastern oil for way too long. And when you think of all of the benefits of being energy independent. It starts with we don't need. We have enough resources to be energy efficient, and then some for hundreds of years. We're told when you factor in natural gas oil coal, etc. And you say, we'll, we'll why those countries is so rich in this is the insanity of socialism, communism redistributionism in state ISM in Venezuela. If the Venezuelan government warrant, so corrupt they are leaders, not so greedy. If you use the resources, which are so vast in Venezuela, ours, much more vast, and you've got, you could literally raise everybody out of poverty in the hor-. Hey, Ramos dot arrested because he, he was interviewing the president Madero at the time. And literally showing him video of his own citizens digging out food from carbon truck that shouldn't happen in a country that has the kind of wealth and resources events. Well similarly, you know, I always give out the Biden Obama economic failures statistics, you know, there's no reason to have to add thirteen million Americans to food stamps. There's no reason that we had eight million more Americans in poverty in the worst recovery's in the forties. I have pushed this issue of energy so hard because we don't need their oil. We don't need to bow at the altar of countries often. That's often the case hate us. We not only can be energy independent, but which would, you know, all of these potential jobs in the energy industry member when we partnered with companies in Oklahoma, Texas? And and North Dakota. And I it happened organically, I said on the air one day. You know, seeing what was happening in these places. And the, the oil, boom that was happening to bulk in particular in North Dakota. They're training people to be drivers there. Teach you and you'll start at eighty grand a year and you get all the overtime you want. Now, I said, just happened to say, well, if I was at a dead end job, pay me forty grand a year. I can barely bake my rent in. I'm driving an old jalopy which I lived that life for many years by one hundred dollar truck one three hundred and fifty dollar car painting, my own cars doing the brakes tune-ups and, and I would never never trade that experience because I it made it really easy grain in me. And helped me be, who I am today. And so I just see this energy, boom, potential. We have now all of the rich wealth of, let's say these Middle Eastern countries that could be America, if we have government, that's not corrupt if the if the free market, dictates the job the natural job creation, if we don't allow the environmental extremists, the climate change extremists to put the regulations in place that devastate any opportunity to tap into these vast resources that we have well that then creates more dependence again countries that hate us and not only does it free us and, and make us more free and more, you know, less entanglements in foreign conflicts, it literally, then frees us from those entanglements if. If we so choose, I don't think he ever break the alliance that we have with the only democracy in the region, which, of course, is Israel. But then you look at the forgotten men and women that drove the twenty sixteen election and then all these higher paying jobs come into play millions of them in the energy sector, and we're not dependent on foreign oil, and then we could literally now compete with bad actors, like Vladimir Putin and hostile regimes like Russia, which align themselves with Iran, and then we could. But the standard of living, you know, you go from making thirty forty fifty grand a year now you make one.

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The program. I have no idea what if they're probably tapping into the moonshine that the listeners have sent us because everybody's like all jovial inside the control room and it's been like that all day. And I'm looking at somebody's birthday. I don't think I bought pizza everybody today but you get your usual lunch. That something happened that I missed what's going? What is going on in there? Did you task my friend is that it's just because it's pride? It's the only reason everybody's giddy in there. I mean, I'm giddy every day, that's my nickname. No, you're not, you know the best moment of the week. By the way, was when we add. Oh, special Master Sergeant God senior mass dislodge is never gonna let me live that down. That's correct. And he goes after you harder than anybody. I've ever seen. Forget about it and takes you down, which I loved, and you know what? You did you sucked it up. You. Well, he off the air have quite an inappropriate back and forth, and it's it it's insane. If you want to people sit around a table and drop f f f f. Among g h I j k whatever it is actually give advice to somebody a friend of mine, I'm, like, do yourself a favor if the if, if the letter begins in your mad with any letter in alpha vet and it's bad. Get rid of it. Don't use. To well for you. No matter what you think, in the moment that you might be winning some type of debate of some kind of, you're not. All right. Well, that's all it is. Okay. I'm fine with that happy Friday. We do have a lot of news to get to today. We now have learned an awful lot about Carter page, who we is that he worked for American intelligence, the American community. Meaning he was interviewed. He was on our side on a regular basis for such a long period of time, which then you know, lends itself to the question. Wow. How did they use this guy to this extent, and it kind of now is becoming transparent and obvious with what the attorney general is doing? And the deputy attorney general's letter Nadler, voids letter to Nadler earlier this week, the expansion of what it is that durum is doing. And, and the information that he's now seeking he's going to talk to Christopher Steele, the you know. Save records requests that went out to the CIA this week, by the way, gene hospital, the CIA director, you know, this thing's I know something about Gina hassle that nobody else knows and I'm never going to reveal it only tell you that after nine eleven she was an American hero. That's all I can say. And I learned it in the course of just doing normal investigative reporting and stuff. And it is beyond impressive, and absolutely critical to America and the aftermath of nine eleven the search for bin Laden and all of these important things. And it was interesting to watch that rightly none of this stuff ever comes up. But I'm pretty sure that I got good Intel on that. And there are a lot of people that's why you know, at times, I tell you this is hard because we know that we need the best intelligence because of the evil in the world that we live in. You know, look at what's happening in the in the Gulf, and the straits Hormuz, and the saber rattling of Iran, and these tankers that are hit and secretary state Pompeo's, yet, the, the Iranians did it. And, you know, the one miracle in all of that is you look at the straight, so hor Moos it is it is so narrow. It is so key. It is so strategically pivotal, and it all goes to the question, I talked so often about the lifeblood of America's economy, being energy and the fact that for the first time in seventy five years, we are energy independent, we're now, net exporters of energy. And the reason we haven't gotten to this point beforehand is because like everything else that Donald Trump does everybody was afraid to do it. I mean, you, you think of Jerusalem, the capital of Israel. Royal so many presidents promised. They got talked out of it. They wouldn't do it too risky to political. And then the recognition of the Golan Heights as Israel's, too risky to political. But what a rate, a rainy, saber rattling has done putting the kashogi issue aside, which is not a small deal. I don't think there's been anybody medium more critical, the Saudis and, and countries like Saudi Arabia and, and the way they treat women and gays and lesbians and they kill them. That's they throw them off. Ru stone them to death. And rape marital. Rape is not a crime in some of these countries telling women how to dress women can't leave the house of the country without a male's permission. Not leaving the house without a male relative. You know, good luck building a synagogue. Good luck building a Christian church in some of these countries. Because Christians and Jews persecuted as just a daily occurrence in some of these countries, and then we've gone through them and, you know, the remarkable thing is, is we've been dependent on Middle Eastern oil for way too long. And when you think of all of the benefits of being energy independent. It starts with we don't need. We have enough resources to be energy efficient, and then some for hundreds of years. We're told when you factor in natural gas oil coal, etc. And you say, we'll, we'll why those countries is so rich in this is the insanity of socialism, communism redistributionism in state ISM in Venezuela. If the Venezuelan government warrant so corrupt. They are leaders not so greedy that if you use the resources, which are so vast in Venezuela, ours, much more vast. And you've got you could literally raise everybody out of poverty in the hor-. Hey, romo's arrested because he he was interviewing the president Madero at the time. And literally showing him video of his own citizens digging out food from garbage truck that shouldn't happen in a country that has the kind of wealth and resources events, Waylon similarly, I always give out the Biden, Obama economic failures that this takes, you know, there's no reason to have to add thirteen million Americans to food stamps. There's no reason that we had eight million more Americans in poverty in the worst recovery's in the forties. I have pushed this issue of energy so hard because we don't need their oil. We don't need to bow at the altar of countries often. That's often the case hate us. We not only can be energy independent, but which would, you know, all of these potential jobs in the energy industry. Remember when we partnered with companies in Oklahoma, Texas? And then North Dakota. And I it happened organically, I said on the air one day. You know, seeing what was happening in these places. And the oil, boom that was happening. Vulcan particular in North Dakota. Training people to be drivers there? Teach you and you'll start at eighty grand a year and you get all the overtime you want. Now, I said, just happen to say. Well, if I was at a dead end job, pay me forty grand a year. I can barely bake my rent in. I'm driving an old jalopy which I lived that life for many years buying one hundred dollars truck one three hundred and fifty dollar car painting, my own cars doing the brakes tune-ups and, and I would never never trade that experience because I made it really grain in me. And helped me be, who I am today. And so I just see this energy, boom, potential. We have now all of the rich wealth of, let's say these Middle Eastern countries that could be America, if we have government, that's not corrupt if the if the free market, dictates the job the natural job creation, if we don't allow the environmental extremists, the climate change extremists to put the regulations in place that devastate any opportunity to tap into these vast resources that we have well that then creates more dependence again on countries that hate us and not only does it free us and, and make us more free and more, you know, less entanglements in foreign conflicts, it literally, then frees us from those entanglements if. If we choose, I don't think you ever break the alliance that we have with the only democracy in the region, which, of course, is Israel. But then you look at the forgotten men and women that drove the twenty sixteen election and then all these higher paying jobs come into play millions of them in the energy sector, and we're not dependent on foreign oil, and then we could literally now compete with bad actors, like Vladimir Putin and hostile regimes like Russia, which of those with Iran, and then we could put the standard of living, you know, you go from making thirty forty fifty grand.

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"strait hormuz" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"strait hormuz" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"YouTube. It's the dick dick, dick. Just just open up your mic on your Google Google. Search ask Alexis Alexis play, the did it son, Hugh. That's right. It is the Brentwood oval show. Good to be here excited to be here. We got a big show plan, and I hope it. I hope it's executed in the way we've planned to John. I don't know anything can happen. Literally did the president speak at down in Louisiana. I don't even know he was going to speak earlier get some of them sound bites here. Here's the thing. I want to know, and it's a very serious question. Because as I was saying with Mike here in the crosstalk segment just before the show began. What is the threshold for going to war with Iran? Now, we've been act this war on terror thing for coming up on eighteen years. It's been seventeen years since we were attacked coming up on the eighteenth year. Right eighteen because it's twenty nine thousand nine minus one eighteen years in September. And I'm old enough to remember, and I know many in this audience are old enough to remember the. The problems we had with the Iranians with the deposition not not a legal proceeding. But the deposing of the Shah of Iran and the AIA tola Khameini Komeini coming in to take over. And we remember what? Iran did through the nineteen late nineteen seventies into the nineteen eighties. Taken our hostages attacking us of murders. On the Achille, Laura TWA, eight forty seven Khobar Towers bombing marine barracks. Bombing in one thousand nine hundred three the embassy bombings that took place in Beirut. We remember all the stuff that has happened at the hands of Hezbollah and Islam jihad, and HAMAs all Iran controlled organizations. And I remember that horrible feeling when they took our hostages hostage on November. The fourth nineteen Seventy-nine we're coming up on the fortieth anniversary for forty years. These dirtbags have been afflicting us as a country now. We're starting to get real tense with them. They're starting to have big internal pressures inside their country. They're getting hyper inflation and foods, not really showing up on the shells shelves. And there's a lot of tension there between ethnic groups inside the Islamic Republic of Iran, but come on we lived through. The the war to free Afghantistan from Taliban control, originally, we were going in there to hunt down Osama bin Laden, it ended up becoming a pitched battle a lengthy war that seemingly had no end in Afghanistan. And we're still there now trying to sort of simultaneously attack kill and rebuild the country. I mean that was essentially what the mission became Iraq. We all know that song. We all know what happened in Iraq. We're all familiar with what happened in Iraq. So now we start to see these these reports bubbling out all the straits Hormuz. Some ships may have come under attack by Iranian forces. We don't know it's cloudy. It's if it's confusing. We just don't know. And then this morning, you know, there's this report all the White House is working on one hundred and twenty thousand strong military strike plan on Iran that the president came out, by the way and said today was fake news. He said this fake news is is not happening and obey the way that ain't even the right number right go, I think it's fake. Okay. Now what I do that. Absolutely. But we.

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