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Even CNN Acknowledges That the Border Is Not Secure
"Idea. I just said, No, it's mine. It's Jim's idea. Here's CNN acknowledging, basically, in essence, that, yes, the country is being invaded right now. But liberals again like Kareem Jaffee. Nobody believes you moron. No one. Here, take a listen. To put this into perspective in the numbers, in May, post Title 42, numbers of daily crossings dropped to about 3500 a day. Now, as of Monday, a Homeland Security official tells me they encountered more than 8000. To give you some context, that's where we were in late spring when there were alarm bells going off within the administration over just how many people were crossing the US -Mexico border. And what this means on the ground is facilities that are crowded and ill -equipped to handle this many people. And we learned just on Friday in court a filing that in some cases children were temporarily separated from their parents because of crowded holding areas as they were processed through. All of
Mexico moving migrants away from borders to relieve pressure
"Mexico has been using planes and buses to move migrants away from the U.S. border. Mexican authorities have been flying migrants south away from the U.S. border and busing new arrivals away from its border with Guatemala. To keep them from massing along the U.S. southern border. One official speaking anonymously says about 300 migrants are being transferred south each day. Among them are about a thousand migrants that the U.S. has returned to Mexico. After title 42 restrictions were lifted, people from Venezuela, Nicaragua, Haiti, and Cuba. The director of a human rights group in Washington, Adam isaacson says. The northern part of the migrant route is being emptied out a bit, but it adds more people to the southern and middle parts, and equilibrium, he says that can not be sustained. The U.S. reports a more than 50% drop in the number of illegal border crossings since title 42 expired about 4000 a day. I'm Jackie Quinn
Rep. Kevin McCarthy Calls for Securing Our Border
"This is something Obama repealed I mean I know this was applied during the Reagan era It was applied during the gingrich era and all of a sudden I mean on the one hand we listened yesterday to Washington Schultz to say we need a legal we need immigration More immigrants you know millions and millions there's not enough because the food is rotting right here in Florida And then at the other side Porter she's over there saying we shouldn't force America And we're talking about as you say able bodied males even to work it's just not just But which is it You're subsidizing Americans not to work but the border is open because you claim nobody will work And you know what we want to do I want to take that money for those 87,000 IRS agents I want to take that money back and get border patrol agents you know Let be able to secure our border It's just like the budget the president new title 42 was going to be lifted He knew you were going to hit a debt limit He ignored both of them thinking they'd go away But Republicans in the House passed a bill to protect our border and also raise our debt ceiling but put a fiscal constraint And think about this What the president wants to do when he argues against work requirements he is literally saying less borrow more money from China than our grandchildren will have to pay back with interest to pay somebody not to work who is able bodied male with no dependence Why do you want to do that Let's help them find a job give their life worth and a sense of pride
Jeh Johnson Downplays Level of High Apprehensions at the Border
"J Johnson was on he was Obama's DHS secretary was on the morning schmo Now the warning schmo is a low IQ for my republik Now he says he's independent No he's not He's still a schmuck But I want you to hear what Jay Johnson has to say about this talk of while it was much less than we thought it would be Cut 8 go 6 I'll tell you if it was under 1000 apprehensions the day before That was a relatively good number And if it was above 1000 it was a relatively bad number and I was going to be in a bad mood the whole day On Tuesday there were 4000 apprehensions I know that a thousand overwhelms the system I can not begin to imagine what 4000 a day looks like So we are truly in a crisis you said this today We are truly in a crisis 4000 While on a good day we have 4000 now Because on an average day we have 8000 And Joe Biden's very excited because it didn't get the 15,000 When they lifted title 42 because now the dumbing down is increasing the number from which we are to make comparisons But the number is going up But Joe Biden's very proud of himself Now the idiot hasn't done anything He's on a bike again with the helmet So on the bike again riding around like a homeless guy
"title 42" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"Coming up on 5 minute news. Migrant crossings decrease at border after title 42 expiry. Runoff election in turkey with Erdoğan leading. And zelensky makes surprise visit to Paris to meet Macron. It's Monday, may 15th. I'm Anthony Davis. Migrant crossings at the U.S. Mexico border have unexpectedly fallen not risen since title 42 curbs expired. Reinstating criminal penalties for illegal entry is likely the biggest reason. The Biden administration said on Sunday. U.S. Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas said border patrol agents have seen a 50% drop in the number of migrants crossing the border since Thursday when president Biden's administration shifted to a sweeping new asylum regulation meant to deter illegal crossings. He said there were 6300 border encounters on Friday and 4200 on Saturday, but cautioned it was still early in the new regime. Mallorca's credited the criminal penalties for migrants who illegally enter the country, which resumed under existing law after title 42s expiration for the decrease in crossings. The COVID era rule adopted under former president Trump allowed officials to expel migrants quickly without an asylum process, but did not impose penalties. The Biden administration plan requires migrants to schedule an immigration appointment through an app or seek protection from countries they passed through on their way to the U.S. border. If they do not follow the process and a court entering the U.S. illegally, they are not allowed to try again, even through legal means for 5 years, there are prison terms for other violations. Meanwhile, the historic Roosevelt hotel in midtown Manhattan will soon reopen to accommodate asylum seekers just as other New York City hotels are being converted to emergency shelters. Mayor Eric Adams announced on the weekend that the city will use the Roosevelt to eventually provide as many as a thousand rooms for migrants who are expected to arrive in the coming weeks because of the expiration of pandemic era rules. Turkey headed for a runoff vote after president Erdoğan led over his opposition rival kumal clutched derulo in Sunday's election, but fell short of an outright majority to extend his 20 year far right rule of the NATO member country. Neither Erdoğan or clutched a roulette cleared the 50% threshold needed to avoid a second round to be held on May 28 in an election seen as a verdict on Erdoğan's increasingly authoritarian path. The presidential vote will decide not only who leads turkey, but also whether it reverts to a more secular democratic path, how it will handle its severe cost of living crisis and manage key relations with Russia, the Middle East and the west. Clutch darula, who said he would prevail in the runoff, urged his supporters to be patient and accused Erdoğan's party of interfering with the counting and reporting of results. But Erdoğan performed better than pre election polls had predicted, and he appeared in a confident and combative mood as he addressed his supporters. The results reflect deep polarization in the country at a political crossroads. The vote was set to handle the ones ruling alliance a majority in parliament, giving him a potential edge heading into the runoff. Opinion polls for the election had pointed to a very tight race, but gave clutched a rule who heads a 6 party alliance a slight lead. Two poles on Friday showed him above the 50% threshold. The country of 85 million people already struggling with soaring inflation now faces two weeks of uncertainty that could rattle markets with analysts expecting gyrations in the local currency and stock market. France pledged additional military aid for Ukraine on Sunday, including light tanks, armored vehicles, training for soldiers and other assistance as the Ukrainians gear up for a counter offensive against Russian forces following surprise talks in Paris between the Ukrainian and French presidents. Ukraine's volodymyr zelensky and France's Emmanuel Macron met for about three hours at the French presidential elysee palace and encounter kept under wraps until shortly before the Ukrainian leader's arrival in Paris from Germany on a French government jet, extending his multi stop European tour. With Ukraine planning to go on the offensive, hoping to retake Russian occupied territory, military aid was a top agenda item. Macron's office said France will supply dozens of light tanks in armored vehicles in the weeks ahead without giving specific numbers. Also promised were more air defense systems, but again details weren't made public. More Ukrainians will also be made battle ready, with France aiming to train around 2000 Ukrainian soldiers in France this year and nearly 4000 others in Poland as part of a wider European effort Macron's office said. In a tweet on his arrival, zelensky said, with each visit Ukraine's defense and offensive capabilities are expanding, the ties with Europe are getting stronger and the pressure on Russia is growing..
Border crossings are off from last week's highs as US pins hopes for order on mobile app
"A new mobile app is allowing 1000 would be migrants per day to make an appointment to apply for asylum in the United States. Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas says they were encouraging migrants to use the legal pathway toward entry, and that's helping to reduce the flood of migrants coming in at the southern border. Approximately 50% drop. He spoke on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos. We have to incentivize the use of the lawful pathways and disincentivize placing people's lives in the hands of smugglers. But Texas Republican congressman Mike McCall says too many migrants are being allowed in without a hearing date, which the now expired title 42 rule prevented. When they get into the United States, whether they have legitimate claims or not, they're released into our society. And then you have 5 million people without any legal status. The Biden administration says it will penalize those who try to seek asylum without going through the proper channels. I'm Jackie Quinn
NYC converts hotels to shelters as pressure mounts to accommodate asylum seekers
"New York City will open a migrant center at a midtown Manhattan hotel as pressure mounts to accommodate asylum seekers. The Roosevelt hotel on east 45th street closed three years ago will eventually provide as many as a thousand rooms for migrants, according to mayor Eric Adams, the asylum seekers are expected to arrive in the coming weeks because of the expiration of title 42 that allowed federal officials to turn them away. The mayor says the city is running out of room and has come up with other plans that send migrants to hotels in other counties, but still take care of their food and basic needs. He says the city has now cared for more than 65,000 asylum seekers already opening up over a 140 emergency shelters. Many of his plans have been met with criticism and opposition, Julie Walker, New York
"title 42" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"So that will not be a problem with finding places for students. Oh, Columbus classical dot org has got a head start here. Daniel, who is coming to you. Who are the students who are the parents? What are they looking for? Well, it's a lot of different folks some from the public schools who have never even really considered private schooling who recognize that not only do they want the classical model, something that has sort of depth of knowledge that is a part of the program. But also something that's totally independent from the state. We don't take a single dollar from the state. But we also have private school families that have experienced some of the same things that Mike's family experienced and frankly that a lot of our donors have experienced who talk about how the Alma mater and the education that their K12 institution provided them is no longer what the philosophy and sort of traditional teaching methods that they experienced. And we're also seeing homeschooling families. You know, we really admire those folks who have taken up the mantle of educating their own kids. And a lot of those families actually came across the classical model first earliest in this process. Decades ago, but homeschooling a lot of times as students move up in the grades. It becomes more difficult, frankly, for a parent to keep up with the rigor. And to be able to master all of those subjects. So we're also seeing families from the homeschooling community that have said a school is going to teach true knowledge in genuine virtue to my students, but in a community of people who share those values and principles, Columbus classicals is the place for us. So it's really a broad swath of Michael Gross, my friend Aaron bear runs the center for Christian virtue in Columbus and I do a lot of work with Aaron. He's pushing the backpack Bill. Will that help classical Columbus classical dot org if it passes? Oh, it would be wonderful in the version. Yeah, so we know Aaron bear. He's a wonderful person to work with. Well, let's not go that far. It's steelers fan. Let's not go that far. I mean, he's a great guy, but let's not go wonderful person. That's true. So yes, it would be wonderful if that works too fast because in a sense, it would be almost like your health savings account, the version that we want to pass because then it actually truly the dollars will go with the student. And so that would help our endeavor. Daniel, when you go up the hill for the gathering in of the headmasters and the teachers, what do you find there? I mean, who are those people? This is a big undertaking. This is a life's mission. Who wants to do this? Well, Hugh, I mean, it's really kind of extraordinary. I mean, I have a background in law. There are quite a few individuals who are heading these schools. They actually have backgrounds in military. A number of folks who have come from the teaching profession and have recognized that they want the opportunity to genuinely teach and rather it rather than be a part of what's going on in schools today. But at the core, at the foundation of it all, I think it's a lot of folks who love their country. And I think it's a lot of folks who also really have a sense of the transcendent. Classical education, fundamental premise is you teach children the truth, the good and the beautiful. And you have a community of folks who say we've really lost any kind of sense of wonder of the story of America of the beauty of the natural world as a component of the educational experience. It's all become sort of atomized and sort of deconstructive. And I think there's a lot of folks who just look and say, you know, that's not the principles of the American founding and it's not the principles of my faith. And it's not the basis of a good and sound education and knowledge and virtue. If you agree with me, I think that some people are refugees. If I had a producer, I would go out with the bump shelter from the store, my Bob Dylan, because I think a lot of charter schools and private schools are shelters from the storm and public education. But a lot of people are missionaries as well. They really want to renew the tradition of Jerusalem and Athens. What percentage of your people are refugees, parents, and what percentage or missionary, let's rebuild the idea of the public spirited citizen at Columbus classical dot org. Wow. I would say that they have a little bit of both in them. The people are mission aligned and they want to do what's right for their children and they want to do what's right for our city by establishing and supporting this endeavor. And I would just also say that around the country, what we found by a lot of from a lot of our donors is the fact that they are fed up. They see it happening in their K through 12 or their Alma maters from college. And those people have turned to us to want to support what we're doing at Columbus class with our work. What happened at the old school? And I don't want you to get sued for defamation or anything. Did it get woke? Was it about Wilkins or was it about COVID? Or was it just because most people are refugees because the left takes over a PTA, the left takes over a school board and they make you miserable because they're not doing their jobs. Well, I will let you do a full hour with my wife. I let her handle that end of the spectrum, but I will tell you that we were just asking questions if you remember back in 2020 when all the kids started going online. A lot of parents across the country started skiing some of the things that were being taught in the classroom. And we simply were asking some of those questions and they did not like that kind of diversity of thought. It's just so crazy what's happened to educators. Daniel, I want to close. Who are your teachers? Are they working for below what they would make in the public schools because they want to work at Columbus classical dot org in a an environment that is traditionally disciplined, but also classically oriented. Who are your teachers? Well, short answer to you is yes, there are a number who have come from the public schools who have said I want to teach there because it's the right kind of education. But we also have folks who are subject matter expertise, if you will. It's not masters in education. We don't have a licensure requirement because we're solely totally independent from the state. So we have folks who actually have a master's degree in Victorian literature that we have folks who have elementary teachers who have master's degrees in marine biology and environmental and geological sciences..
"title 42" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Now, both of you know, hey, I'd love to know more about why your kids were tossed out of a private school, but Mike gross, let's focus on getting other parents involved because hillsdale schools are not run by hills to help. They're run by the communities in which they pop up. How do you recruit board members for what is maybe the most significant thing you do with your life? Which if you get a Columbus classical dot org gets going, it's going to be the most significant thing in the lives of its students. So how did you get other people recruited and how did you find Daniel? Yes, good question. So as we started to evolve this idea, we started looking at other groups that were beginning to form to look at forming a hillsdale or being associated with the hillsdale school. And so we started talking about charter versus it being completely independent from the state. And as we started to get the word out, we really started to have other groups lined us because they were also looking for that same classical alternative. And so we have on our board, a person that used to be the head of a school board here in central Ohio, who I found him as a doctor or an event here in Columbus. And a couple of hillsdale grads and actual rocket scientists and a couple of rockstar moms that met loved the idea. Daniel, tell me how you got called. I believe you're adding a great a year, which is the standard hilldale model. So it takes 12 years to build out the entire academy. How did you learn about the hillsdale approach and how often have you been up to Michigan? So I sadly, you have to go to Michigan to do this. And I know you know that that's a tough thing for buckeyes. But how did you get into this? So part of the process after seeing what had been going on in my own kids school, I did a lot of research. I was a philosophy major in college. I started to dive into the curriculum wars understanding sort of the foundations of divergences and philosophies of education. And I started looking for schools that really matched with classical orientation and realized there wasn't anything like that in Columbus. And so, you know, you do research and find hillsdale's K12 initiative. And I came across the curriculum itself, one of the beautiful things about hill sales curriculum is that it's entirely transparent. Everybody can look and see what a child will be learning in every grade and every month throughout the course of an entire academic year. And I looked at it and said, why isn't this just whatever every student is learning? And the recognition that there's nothing like it in Columbus prompted me to find Mike and a number of other board members and to say we need to start this year. An opportunity here that's coming out of this. Now, Mike, let me the one I'm most acquainted with is the Orange County classical academy. They have a wait list now of 800 people. 800 people with parents are driving from Pasadena to orange, which people understand a long way to go to take their kids to school. Now they're running into the fact that they got to find more space. Are you do you have that problem? Are you able to start in a church basement? How are you going to physical plan for a new school is always the biggest problem? Yeah, so it was divine Providence, but the board quickly knew that while the education was the most important part of our endeavor, we were so fortunate to find this building that you see behind us. And so we have a wonderful 60,000 square foot campus that we are starting up off as the nazarene college of familiar with that. And so it's a big wide open spaces that now we just have to add walls to create classrooms. And so we'll have a beautiful 7 acre campus..
"title 42" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"I think he can, but I think it's going to be hard to evaluate this election. Keep in mind, post pandemic, we've had so much movement. We've had so many different people who changed where they lived because of the pandemic rules and the like we've seen the shifts. And that helps Republicans, there's a certain states we certainly saw that in Florida, but it also potentially hurts them in others, particularly states that Donald Trump won very closely back in 2016 or performed only slightly behind in 2020. I think that that map is going to be a real challenge for him. And one of the things that goes into that is why they're trying to get engaged on these Carol questions and things of the like. They want to take that 74 million voters who went for Trump last time around. And they wanted to make sure that the one or 2 million of them that might be questioning that decision, post January 6th or post things that he's done since then. They want to keep those people out of his camp, particularly obviously suburban women. And that's what these stories are designed to achieve. Now, we got 40 seconds, Ben. The border is wide open. Mayorkas went up and did the Baghdad bob thing yesterday. I think that matters a lot more to America than elite media's hand wringing about Trump getting an audience that liked him. What do you think? I think you're a 100% correct you and I think that this is an issue that we have to keep in mind. This is a rolling crisis. It's really been a crisis ever since Biden got in charge. I've ever since they undid a lot of the smart policies that we had on the border beforehand. And now it's only going to get worse with title 42 coming down. And I think the American people see this as the disaster that it is and have no confidence in this White House to adjust their policies in order to make things better. 10,000 people a day. Ben dominant editor at large at the spectator and Fox News contributor have a great weekend, Ben. Talk to your next Friday for my weekend roundup again. Coming back, America don't go anywhere. I'm Hugh Hewitt. We're going to talk about it. The Big Bang of education reform and they've got an outpost in Columbus and talk about the climate classical school, not education reform in the election. Welcome back, America. Two weeks ago, you heard me talk with Kathleen O'Toole assistant provost at hilltown college about the Barney initiative for classical education across the United States that has had quartered at hillsdale, the Leonard of the north. Last week, Richard Dreyfuss were on the show blasting charter schools this week I have got another great pair of education reform leaders. They are from Columbus. Part of the world. Daniel Gibson is the headmaster and Mike gross is the board present of Columbus classical academy. Go to Columbus classical dot org. Good morning, gentlemen. Daniel first tell us about yourself. How did you end up doing this job? Well, it was really like a lot of parents around the country through COVID and other things. You sort of saw what was going on in your child's education if you hadn't been paying close attention. And I was really surprised that the fundamentals that I thought were part of a good education work there. And so I started to look around and found the hillsdale, K12 initiative, and ultimately got connected in with Mike and the other board members. And it's been a project of passion ever since then. Now, Mike. Go ahead. I'll just say good morning Hewitt and thank you for having us. So we got him involved because our kids were enrolled in a K through 12 school, my Alma mater spent 40 years there. Donating money, time, served on the board. And we started seeing some curricular and some other financial questions that we wanted to ask about. And they did not take kindly to that. And so we found at the end of the school year in 2020 that our kids were expelled. And that caused my wife and I and another family to have to look at other options. And so in that regard, we're kind of very blessed that it caused us to look for other school options and to ultimately decide to found a school..
"title 42" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Morning. Good morning, Ben, how are you? Good morning, Hugh, I'm doing well. And man, what a week. I mean, how many different things to talk about this week? I just want to talk to you about the town hall because I'm everything was expected. It was a Republican audience because the Republican primary and the legacy media has lost their mind. You can't talk to Donald Trump for 70 minutes and hear exactly what you expect the year and not lose your mind. I'm just kind of amazed at legacy media Ben. What did they expect? Well, I think that, you know, this just tells you how out of control they've really gotten. How much they have allowed their own narrative to take hold within their own brains, that they're not going to talk to the guy who is currently the likeliest nominee of one of the two major parties that somehow that's platforming him or something along those lines. It's absurd. Of course you have to talk to him. And the thing that they just dislike is that things went well for him, at least from the perspective of the voters who are in that room. If you are someone who already supports Donald Trump, you think that he did great. If you're someone who dislikes the media, then you think that he did great. And if you are someone who is on the fence at this point, I don't know where you live, because I feel like it's one of these situations where virtually everyone has made up their minds already. Yeah, Ben, I raised an eyebrow at the verdict in three hours in Carol V Trump. And I'm worried about suspending statutes of limitations for 27 years and not being able to know what day and year it is so that I can establish an alibi. I keep a journal. The verdict bother you in the lease because every day, evidently, no one in media has any legal training that this is unusual. This is not like other things. This is highly unusual. It's very bizarre, and it's almost, it took me back a little bit here to kind of the heated height of the me too moment when you would have all these different people who were getting convicted essentially in the public square without any real evidence to support the cases that were being made. And what we've seen in the years since, of course, is the unraveling of many of the claims that were made during that era. This one, though, again, it's a special carve out, essentially, that they created in New York in order to allow this case to proceed in the way it had well beyond the statute of limitations. And I think that that should be the kind of thing that makes us feel very uncomfortable, deeply uncomfortable. And when they don't find that rape occurred, but only assault, they are not believing her. So there's a credibility problem, but then they go all in on the defamation, he said I didn't do it. They say he defamed her. And I just, I don't understand, but you're not allowed to say that on the air and you can't be or if you express any, it is sort of like the Roman Catholic Church inquisition right now. The bad old days when the Catholics would go out. If you like Trump, you're going to the, you're going to be burned. And I think that one of the things here that we have to keep in mind is that this is part of an overall approach that is being used in so many different areas of life. I mean, I actually think that in one comparison, the way that they're going after him in this case is similar to the way that they're going after justice Thomas and others on the court, which is that they're trying to take things that are not crimes that are not actually engaged in any way and sort of legally questionable behavior and they're trying to turn them into illegally questionable behavior. They're trying to turn them into something that reflects unethical behavior and things that should have been reported and weren't. And that to me is very much a part of this game. It's designed to, you know, throw everything at people and try to come up with some way to tangle them in legal and legal matters and another challenges that are going to prevent them from being able to be good at their jobs or effective politicians and the like. No, I'm critical in Trump does something bad, and I've critical of them on the air when he comes on the show. But he's not Chernobyl. And they're trying to turn him into Chernobyl. And he's not Chernobyl. So the question is, if he runs against Biden, can he win and increasingly because I think Biden is infirm, I think he can win. Do you think he can win?.
How Vivek Ramaswamy Plans to Secure Our Southern Border
"Plan at the border right now with title 42 off? Well, look, on the next commander in chief, I will use our military to secure our own border. Rather than somebody else's border and God knows where. I think it is a proper use of the U.S. Military to secure our southern border. That is how you solve the border crisis. Post the title 42, we now have estimated 14,000 illegals per day, Alex. Maybe I don't need to educate you on this. You probably already know it. But her day, think about that number. That is staggering, right? I don't think that talking about building some wall is going to get that job done. And I'm not opposed to that. I think we just got to go further. I think we actually have to use the military itself to secure the border and keep in mind it's not just the illegal aliens who are crossing the border. It is also the principal source through which fentanyl enters this country. Think about fentanyl poisoning that's killing 200 Americans per day on American soil. I'm on this bus in Iowa. I'm kidding, not getting your outlets. One of our stops coming up very soon is I'm meeting with parents who have lost their children, whose children died as a consequence of fentanyl poisoning. I'm doing that in every state we travel to. It has been the hardest part of this campaign. Are those apps we make? I refuse to be a bystander who sits by and watches that happen as a passive hollowed out husk of a human sitting in The White House that we have there right now. But I think right now we have an opportunity to address that. It doesn't take a lot. But it takes some action standing up to the establishment in Washington D.C. in both parties that say you can't use the military to secure the border. No, I disagree. You can. And by the way, I'll also use them to annihilate the Mexican drug cartel south of our own border if that's what it comes to.
"title 42" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"And did you say Disney's numbers yesterday, sunny? Yes, but oh my gosh. This is the perfect example, right? So the headline number is Disney loses 4.5 million subscribers, right? Right. But if you look at where they actually lost subscribers, they lost subscribers in India. They lost almost all of those well, I can't remember what they were. They also lost Canada and U.S.. I looked at those numbers pretty hard. They did lose all of India that they lost. They lost mostly in India. So they lost, I think, 5 million subscribers overall. 4.5 million of those were in India. And if you look at the actual revenue generated by India, guess how much money was generated in India, the whole of India by Disney last year. It's like $90 million or something like that. The average, the average revenue per user in India is a dollar 27 or some insanely small number like that. Compared to compared to the United States where the average revenue per user something like $8 a month. Now, they did lose some subscriber numbers in the U.S. and Canada, and that's because people are starting to turn more. People are it's a recession. People have to jump one in there. They're going to keep Amazon Prime and maybe Netflix. And the rest of the stuff's going out the door. It's a recession. And I think Netflix is starting to hit a wall too. I think a lot of people are looking at Netflix and what about actually watching on Netflix. I've said this before on the show here. But if I didn't have to subscribe to that place for work, if there were things that I was regularly watching to review and talk about on your show, I would have canceled Netflix years ago. And I would just pick it up when a new season of Stranger Things was out or whatever. I just think that we are hitting a phase of the streaming environment where you're going to have a lot more what they call churn where people are deciding what they want to see or what they don't want to see. But the Disney numbers are interesting though, because what was driving, what was driving stock growth for these companies? What was the thing that they were all trying to do? They were trying to pump up those international numbers. So you get these really ridiculous, unsustainable things where Disney is like, well, we have a 150 million subscribers worldwide or whatever the number is. And then you actually. Can I get a succession spoiler in here? I want to give everyone a word about a succession spoilers. Are you caught up? I'm not, I'm not you. I don't watch Succession. I'm the one. I'm the one. You are in. Mattson, the bad guy, good guy, whatever there are no good guys and Succession. He needs a second India because his numbers have been fudged. It's a line. And they said, our numbers are fudge. We need a second India. And ships says that's easy. Second India. That it's all a ghost except for Amazon HBO and Netflix in my view. It's all going to go away. Disney is, by the way, I got a lot of problems beyond streaming. They just got a lot of problems. Yeah, well, I mean, I mean, Disney has a Disney as a marvel problem. That's a problem for Disney, the marvel movies. But I don't know. I don't know. All around. I know this. If that lock turns that around and it gets paid 45 million fine because it's a very difficult media environment right now in which to keep dog paddling and only Amazon as far as I can see in Netflix have done it. Disney hadn't done it, and I just think it's a very difficult business world to live in. Sonny bunch on Twitter and a cross the movie aisle is this podcast and I'm bowart goes to the movie as a second podcast, Sonny bunch on Twitter. Thank you, sunny. Welcome back, America, Ben Dominic. Is the editor at large at the spectator he is also a Fox News contributor and he joins me this.
"title 42" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Do not miss another deadline, like you just missed on title 42. Thank you, speaker McCarthy, because you're putting bookends on it. He's ignoring the debt limit deadline. He ignored the expiration of title 42. I'm looking at the British telegraph. They can't keep their eyes off this story. It's where the baby's being carried across. The desperate rush to reach the U.S. border as end of title 42 restriction gloom. You see, it's only desperate because they undid all of the communication that Trump did, and they stopped all the introduction that Trump did. So on the town hall on Wednesday night, the president said repeatedly brought up the border, although and the audience is with him on the border. Apparently you're not allowed to applaud for Trump. The legacy media is beside itself that there was a Republican audience that I think was a two thirds pro Trump one third sitting on their hands, but okay, making sense here, he's not making sense there. But you're not allowed to applaud Trump. Half the country wants Trump half the country wants Biden. The latter half of the country doesn't really care about the president's incompetence and incapacity and infirmity that just don't want Trump back. So they really care, but it's really quite astonishing you're not allowed to like Donald Trump in the eyes of the legacy media. You're really not. I've been astonished by just the mask is off. You're not allowed to like Donald Trump in the legacy media. I'm in Switzerland. I see this anise. I see Nikki Haley. I see Tim Scott. I think I see Mike Pence on the horizon as well. I like them all. I'll be voting for the Republican nominee, but you're not allowed to like Donald Trump in the legacy media or you will be driven out. Driven out. I'll be right back. It's huge. The man I'm in trouble. Finally got my one of my sons to go to John Wick with me and up, it's still there. Good. My local theater, John Wick is still there. John Wick four sunny bunch joins me, and I don't need a recommendation, Sonny, because I know what I'm doing tomorrow. How are you? I'm good. You're going to go see John Wick, chapter four? Yes, I've not seen it yet. I've been waiting to see it with one of my boys. And neither of them have been in town when I've been in town, so we've been pushing it off and I've been hoping it would hang on and it has hung on. Yeah, it's still a theater. It's just doing okay. It's now the now officially the highest grossing John Wick movie, so that's good for good for John Wick chapter four, though it has slowed down a bit. It's interesting. No Reeves is amazing, isn't he? I mean, that's just, it's remarkable career that doesn't include a whole range of expression. Yeah, he's great. I love Keanu Reeves. He is a, he has better. He has a very interesting career and that he has managed to kind of create a franchise. Well, maybe not quite a franchise, but he has managed to create something new and memorable that will last every ten years or so. And then that's what I mean. Yeah, it's pretty great. He's going to come back when he's 80 and be like an octogenarian bad guy. So Sonny galaxy Guardians of the Galaxy three has done very well. I assume. I mean, it opened, it was the biggest movie of last weekend, but it opened lower than the Guardians of the Galaxy volume two div. I'm a little it did better than one. So it's in between one and two, which okay. But I think it's soft compared to what certainly what Disney wanted certainly what people were expecting. I do think we will have to it depends on how it holds this weekend here because there's nothing else in theaters this weekend. For that target demo audience, right? The only new movie out is a book club chapter two. So I don't think there's a lot of there's not a lot of overlap between the audiences that are looking for that sort of movie and Guardians of the Galaxy too. So if it does, if it holds okay this weekend, we could say, okay, comic book movies. They're still going to be around for a while. Audiences aren't totally tired of them. But if it falls off a cliff like the last four or 5 marvel movies have done, if the 65 to 70% in the second weekend, I think we get to start talking about well, maybe the comic book boom is finally done after these 15 years. I do think that that is a conversation to be had. And if I am David zaslav, the head of Warner Brothers who recently paid himself $45 million or some such money. Enough money that the shareholders of Warner Brothers discovery almost didn't vote for him to get his paycheck. I'm freaking out a little bit about what happens with the flash. The flash has a lot of kind of very mixed buzz on the one hand, everybody is skeptical of Ezra Miller, the star who is a cult leader and has found himself in some legal hot water. But also the supposedly the movie is very good. It's gotten pretty decent buzz out of the screening at CinemaCon, which is the meeting of theater owners. Is that law seems to think this movie's going to be a huge hit, which is why they didn't they didn't bury it like they varied some of the other stuff. And if I'm Warner Brothers, I'm looking at some of this Guardians of the Galaxy.
"title 42" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Look, it is time to consider a rollover of that 401k into an eye. The investment world is completely different in 2023 and you can not do the same thing as last year. Woke companies are aggressively implementing E, SG, interest rates are going up and inflation is still lingering. If you have over a $150,000 now is the time to move your money to a biblical responsible investing strategy with my friends at pax financial group. Here's how you can connect with PACS, text Charlie to the number 7 four 8 6 8. That's it. Just take out your phone, text Charlie, CHA, to 7, four, 8, 6, 8. So take out your phone, text Charlie to number 7 four 8 6 8 for biblical responsible investing, text Charlie to 7 four 8 6 8. I just can't get over that my work is clip. We need to send remittances back to our country is not grounds for asylum. Do we understand that? He's the one who should be understanding that more than anyone. By the way, I'm fleeing crime is not even necessarily grounds for asylum also because there's a lot of countries in the world that have a massive crime problem. And if they have that, then are we just going to let everyone in and we're going to have 5 billion new Americans? Maybe that's what he wants. In fact, I'm going to go with that's exactly what he wants. We'll continue to bring you updates throughout the day, but this is going to be a long, slow, nasty burn with title 42 coming off, and we can only all we can do is raise awareness. Big breaking news yesterday is that Elon Musk is engaged to be engaged. He's got to promise ring on NBCUniversal's Linda yako Reno to be the next CEO of Twitter, masta, he's going to step back into like three other huge titles. So I'm sure he'll maintain a lot of control. I, of course, immediately tried to do a deep dive into who Linda yako rino is. And I will give you the good news first and there's two good items and then we will get into the not so great news. The first thing that we know is that she's incredibly good at what she does as a top advertising executive for NBC. I think she's also at the Turner network before and apparently a lot of success there. And she's been able to increase the advertising business at NBCUniversal something to the tune of a $100 billion, which is quite impressive and no doubt someone who's incredibly capable of bringing some advertisement back onto the platform, which again comes up constantly, Musk has got himself into a real catch 22 where he wants Twitter to be the ground zero for freedom of speech and he wants it to be a viable advertising business. This is nearly impossible to do and if anyone can figure it out, Musk seems to be smart enough, but he's going to have a real uphill climb to do it. It is for anyone else I would almost say that's impossible. But for Musk, I would say it's nearly impossible. So it makes sense you tap an advertising person and so that's number one, and she seems quite accomplished. Number two, she was on president Trump's council on sports fitness and nutrition. So that's pretty cool..
Joe Biden Shuts Down Oil Production in Alaska
"Go now to Joe Biden's White House speech? I wish you would. We're going to the president is in complete control of the border. There is no open border and he's not worried at all. He gave a speech at The White House yesterday, cut number 7. I declared the entire U.S. article off limits to new oil and gas development period. We ran the process and protect more than 13 millionaire, 13 million acres of significant natural historic value in the Alaskan national petroleum reserve. And I protected the boundary waters of canoe area, wilderness, surrounding wetlands in Minnesota. Look, that's the most serialized we are we have energy inflation. We have energy inflation and the president is bragging on shutting down oil production in Alaska. And we want electric cars for which we need rare earth minerals not from China or dug up by ten year old boys in the Congo. And that actually is in the boundary waters. Tidal basin. It's in the watershed of the boundary waters. It's not inside the park. And he won't let Minnesota twin mining or twin mines, I believe it's called. They won't let them dig. So
President Cancels Debt Limit Meeting
"Cut number ten. Pardon as the president departs. All the kids under the age of 15, come on up here. Yeah. Kids under the age of 15 come on up. And this is the president at peak performance. Meanwhile, he canceled the meeting today on the debt limit. Cut number one, speaker McCarthy at the house yesterday. Tomorrow will be the 100th day since I first sat down with the president on February 1st. To identify a problem. To know the deadline would be coming. We all know that the deadline for default is June 1st. Why are we in this situation? Because inflation, Democrats added $6 trillion. They harmed every single-family by bringing inflation to our country. And now three of the four largest bank failures in American history has happened just in a couple months.
"title 42" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"I'm Alex marlowe editor in chief of Breitbart News and this is the Charlie Kirk show. I'm in for Charlie one more day and we have a big first hour where we give you the latest on the migrant surge over our border with the end of title 42 before we speak to Vivek Rama Swami, presidential candidate BioTech entrepreneur and one of the more interesting Americans in the commentary today. He gives his border plan, but he also discusses a revolutionary idea of raising the voter age to 25 controversial, a bold move and we get into it. And then we get into a handful of other big news items. Clip into your 5 point harness because here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. Happy to be here on not a good day in the American republic, but I will tell you we've got a great show lined up for you. And we couldn't have more news. If you tried, I will touch on what's going on over Twitter, Elon Musk, tap the new CEO. But we'll start with a bad update and updated our border title 42 is off. It is I wanted to open with this clip and one 39, please Alejandro mayorkas. What is the economic cost of your broken immigration system? Since there are businesses around this country that are desperate for workers, there are desperate workers looking for jobs, desperate workers in foreign countries that are looking for jobs in the United States where they can earn money lawfully and send much needed remittances back home. What is the cost of a broken immigration system? That is the question that I am asked and that is the question that I pose to Congress because it is extraordinary. Every once in a while, they give you something that so clearly reveals their thinking. You're almost grateful for the clarity. A huge priorities are actually getting remittances. If you're watching this show and you're not paid by Soros or media matters to watch it. You probably are in the camp that that is a problem if we are importing people specifically so they can take American dollars that we earn and that we create with our capitalist economy and send them back to wherever they're from, probably in a lot of cases, communist countries, in particular, a lot of the current flood Venezuelans in particular, one of the worst communist regimes in the world. We actually have a reporter Breitbart News, Caleb Caruso, who's down there, and he covers it. He is a column called my socialist nightmare that he writes for us at Breitbart News, because he tracks Venezuela from Venezuela from us. And mayorkas actually prioritizing the remittances getting sent out of the U.S.. I think those are taxed at the same rate you and I are taxed. No. Absolutely not. He also is worried about the migrants, whether or not they're going to have enough jobs because there's not enough jobs in their own countries. They want jobs here. But there are some jobs in their own countries. In here, there's limited jobs in some ways because we get the lowest unemployment rate in however long historic low, 3.4%. So all they're doing is coming here to compete with Americans to lower our wages. And the businesses are desperate for workers. It's not just that they're desperate for workers. They were desperate for workers that they can pay less. They don't want to pay workers what workers are worth in this country. So how do they drive down the worth? You import people while legal immigration, illegal immigration, all immigration is all good. And who bears the brunt of this? American communities. We are seeing numbers approaching a million people, ambassador border, with title 42 ending yesterday. Trickling in. Those of you who missed yesterday's show, I gave a pretty good rundown. And where I explained kind of some of the details of where title 42 comes from, comes from the CDC. It's a public health authority. It's been used to control disease flowing over our borders. And it's been used to remove 3 million illegal aliens since mid 2020. Now, this seems like a huge number and it is. But it gets even bigger when you look at the context and we've had over 2 million illegal aliens enter the country anyway, both of those years, both of those are records, 2022 beating 2021, and as noted yesterday, all of that's 5 times more than what it was during the Trump era. So now we're going to have this huge catch and release network and we don't even know if we're going to be tracking everyone who's coming in. A judge blocked earlier today or late last night, a proposal by Joe Biden, post title 42 to have a catch and release policy where border deputies would be asked to have a temporary restraining order. A temporary restraining order was listed. Which would have been a way to implement a way to allow people into the country without being tracked at all. And so that's been removed for the time being. But who knows how long it will hold and who knows what the next move is going to be for my orcas, who is appears to be hell bent on getting people in as quickly as humanly possible..
Title 42 Ends: Does Third-World America Begin?
"Start with a bad update and updated our border title 42 is off. It is I wanted to open with this clip and one 39, please Alejandro mayorkas. What is the economic cost of your broken immigration system? Since there are businesses around this country that are desperate for workers, there are desperate workers looking for jobs, desperate workers in foreign countries that are looking for jobs in the United States where they can earn money lawfully and send much needed remittances back home. What is the cost of a broken immigration system? That is the question that I am asked and that is the question that I pose to Congress because it is extraordinary. Every once in a while, they give you something that so clearly reveals their thinking. You're almost grateful for the clarity. A huge priorities are actually getting remittances. If you're watching this show and you're not paid by Soros or media matters to watch it. You probably are in the camp that that is a problem if we are importing people specifically so they can take American dollars that we earn and that we create with our capitalist economy and send them back to wherever they're from, probably in a lot of cases, communist countries, in particular, a lot of the current flood Venezuelans in particular, one of the worst communist regimes in the world. We actually have a reporter Breitbart News, Caleb Caruso, who's down there, and he covers it. He is a column called my socialist nightmare that he writes for us at Breitbart News, because he tracks Venezuela from Venezuela from us. And mayorkas actually prioritizing the remittances getting sent out of the U.S.. I think those are taxed at the same rate you and I are taxed. No. Absolutely not.
"title 42" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
"But The White House produced no plan, missed the deadline and bumbled into another crisis. The bill would restart construction of a border wall, increase funding for border agents and upgraded border technology, reinstate the remain in Mexico policy, place new restrictions on asylum seekers and enhance requirements for E verify, a database employers use to verify employees immigration status. However, this House Republican Bill is of course dead on arrival in the democratic controlled United States Senate. And just to make it a crystal clear point, The White House issued a veto threat. The immigration issue is going to course through the 2024 election. First, in the context of the Republican nomination race and how Republicans seek to stake out turf separate and apart from their Republican opponents, mainly trying to look to be the toughest on the border when it comes to border security, but obviously this is also going to be a major flashpoint of an issue in the general election. We told you yesterday how Donald Trump would not rule out bringing back his administration's family separation policy when he was asked about that at CNN's town hall on Wednesday. As you know, Florida governor Ron DeSantis is widely expected to jump into the Republican presidential race before too long. He told reporters today how he would crack down on immigration if elected even suggesting the U.S. Mexico border should be shut down. You shut it down. If you come across the border illegally, you get sent back. You don't get a notice to appear for a trial in two years. What kind of a deterrent is that? It doesn't work. That sound was courtesy of CNN affiliate W FTX. And of course, on this podcast, we focus on the politics of these issues that are vexing our political leaders, but we must remember, of course, that there are real people making very tough and dangerous decisions to come to the United States for what they hope is a better life. I want you to listen to my colleague David Culver's incredible reporting. He was on board a freight train from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, with migrants, from many different countries, all hoping to reach the United States. I asked her why the U.S., she said to have a better future. It's very dangerous
"title 42" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
"This is the CNN political briefing. Here's what you need to know in politics for Friday, may 12th. The Biden administration stresses the situation at the southern border is going to get worse before it gets better. But vows, it will get better. The border policy known as title 42 has officially expired. That was the policy that allowed U.S. officials to swiftly turn away migrants at the southern border because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But with the end of the health emergency, so too comes the end of title 42. A Department of Homeland Security official told reporters today there was no quote substantial increase overnight or an influx at midnight of migrants across the southern border following the expiration of title 42. Customs and border patrol has a round 23,400 migrants in custody as of Friday afternoon. That's according to a source reporting into my colleague Priscilla Alvarez. That is a figure actually that is slightly lower than the number of migrants in custody earlier in the week, according to a source with direct knowledge. Now we've been seeing a pattern this week leading up to the expiration of title 42 of increased encounters and increased migrants in custody, authorities report tens of thousands of migrant encounters in recent days, and Mexican officials say thousands more are in northern Mexico. Many border communities resources are strained with several additional communities declaring emergencies today. But in El Paso, which declared a state of emergency ahead of title 42s end, mayor Oscar leeser says the city is actually seeing fewer migrants than compared to last week. I think we saw that because a lot of the silent seekers that were coming in were under the impression and unfortunately there were told that if they got here before title 42 expired, they'd be able to sit in the United States and that political asylum. So we'll be watching to see if indeed that trend continues throughout the weekend. Now the question of course is, well, now what? Now that title 42 is gone, the government returns to a decades old protocol under title 8, which can take a lot longer to process migrants under. And that could pose a steep challenge for authorities facing a high number of border arrests. But Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas has repeatedly stressed that migrants apprehended under title 8 may face a quick deportation process known as expedited removal. And then be banned from reentry for at least 5 years. And migrants who repeatedly tried to cross the border could face criminal prosecution. Here was my orcas on CNN earlier today. We've been very, very clear. That there are lawful, safe and orderly pathways to seek relief in the United States. And if one arrives at our southern border, when it's going to face tougher consequences, the Biden administration is also rolling out some new policy measures, some of which are facing legal challenges. One new policy would largely bar migrants who traveled through another country from seeking asylum in the United States. The goal is to encourage migrants to seek refuge in one of the countries they traveled through, like Mexico. But the ACLU, along with other groups, have already filed a lawsuit against the measure. In a statement, the ACLU said the ban quote places vulnerable asylum seekers in grave danger and violates U.S. asylum laws. We've been down this road before with Trump. The administration also plans to return people from Cuba, Venezuela, Haiti, and Nicaragua, to Mexico, if they cross the border unlawfully. Previously, this policy just applied to people from Mexico. The Biden administration also tried to roll out a plan Wednesday to deal with the overcrowding at border facilities. But a federal judge temporarily blocked the measure on Thursday. The plan would have allowed U.S. customs and border protection to release migrants from custody without court dates or in some cases release them with conditions. The state of Florida sued to block the policy and a judge agreed to put it on hold for two weeks, the judge criticized the Biden administration's explanation for releasing the plan so last minute. Mallorca's responded to that court ruling when he did a round Robin of interviews on morning shows this morning calling the ruling quote very harmful. Officials say it will make their job more difficult amid the surge of migrants at the border. An appeal is expected. Our immigration laws and crises at the border are now one of the main political footballs that get tossed around in American politics, and that is through various administrations, whether a Republican or a Democrat is in office. But clearly the Biden team is feeling the pressure of this moment and secretary mayorkas, this morning on CNN in one of his many interviews, sought to start applying some of that political pressure over to Congress. We are operating within very serious constraints. And the two primary constraints are as follows. One, a fundamentally broken immigration system that hasn't been fixed for more than two decades, and we need Congress to act. Two, we need Congress to provide us with the resources that we need that we requested and that we haven't received. Of course, House Republicans just passed a border security Bill yesterday that is their marker for how they have responded to this moment speaker Kevin McCarthy called it, quote, the strongest border security Bill this country has ever seen. This bill secures the border. From President Biden's record crossings, record carelessness and record chaos. By passing HR two House Republicans have shown we're focused on addressing our nation's biggest challenges. By contrast, The White House has two years to plan for the end of title 42. We all
Montage: Media's Reaction to Trump's Town Hall Event
"Here is a Montage that Fox News put together, showing media reaction to this week's town hall with president Trump. I just don't really understand why they didn't just cut him off. What I didn't know was that the audience would be filled with his cult. I would like to know if CNN was passing out Kool-Aid before the event started. I think it was a profoundly irresponsible decision. There is no sense, in fact, checking or replaying the highlights. I'm sure you're gonna have more fact checks for us because there were more lies than I could count. I think we needed a Chiron. This is a lie. This is a lie. This is a lie. This is a lie. Now, of course, people on the right loved it. And my friend Mark Davis has a pretty good analysis of this. If you hate Trump, you hated the town hall. You can't believe CNN did it. It's awful, awful awful. If you love Trump, you thought it was a great night for Trump and you were happy that the things turned out the way they did.
Caller Tries to Explain Why Dems Are Against a Secured Border
"Here's Paul and Springfield, Virginia, Paul. I'm honored to call. Let me sit back and turn the microphone off. The floor is yours, explain the Democrats, unanimous opposition to the secure the border act. Hey, Mike, good morning. It's a pleasure to be on and I'm not Trump exactly what you're looking for, but I felt compelled to call because you seemed very here for someone who disagreed with you to call in. And I will start by saying, I'm definitely not a policy person, so if you're hoping for like a point by point explanation of the bill, I can not give you that because I suspect most of your listeners, I have not actually read it and don't know what's in it. And I actually have not heard from you on your show, although I've only been listening for about ten minutes, what's actually in it, but I'll tell you my suspicion is that the democratic position is likely that there are a lot of people who are fortunate and are coming to our great country because they see the opportunity here and they want to create an opportunity for those people to get your in a safe and legal way and again, my suspicion having read the bill, not a policy person, is that the reason Democrats are voting against it. But they don't see that opportunity. Okay, now I have my mic. I had my microphone off, but I have to turn it back on because inexplicably you said you haven't heard me say what's in the Bill. I've only said a hundred times what's in the Bill. So since let me just tell you in the last minute we have left, and I'll turn my mic back off. The bill would restart the border construction construction on the border wall that Trump began and it would add thousands of additional border patrol agents to the border. Are you against that Paul?
Daniel Penny Charged in Chokehold Death of Jordan Neely
"Breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. Moments ago, a marine veteran has been charged in the death of that homeless guy, they did a perp walk. They let him out of the precinct in handcuffs, it's an awful thing. It makes me sick to my stomach. And I am as sickened by it as you are, Alvin Bragg, true to form, decided to bring charges against the guy, Daniel penny, the marine, surrendered to authorities and moments ago, they show him he's in a he's in a suit and an open collar shirt, in handcuffs, being led out of the precinct. 24 year old man arrested and charged on second degree manslaughter charges. Now, I've got a point of view that's a little off the beaten path. I think the guy ought to face trial and be exonerated in a court of law. And I certainly recognize the perils of that in New York City, but trust me, I know a lot of New York Democrats who are as fed up with crime on the subways and in the streets of Manhattan and everywhere else in the 5 boroughs as everybody else. So don't be so convinced that he won't get a fair trial, but it's sickening to see this man. This hero led away in handcuffs.
Sen. Ted Cruz Erupts on Reporter's Democratic Talking Points at Border
"I'll share with you the frustration of senator Ted Cruz. He got real fired up. He's at the border, and he got into a one on one with somebody who was challenging him on the Republicans and the and the border. Listen to this. Let me ask you something. Let me ask you something. What rate of alien immigration do we have in 2020? But you have the thing. I asked your question in office. Do you know anything? How long have you been in? I've been in office 11 years now. I think the calendar in multiple administration accepts your okay, you don't get to argue with me. You ask your question. You ask your question. You don't want to hold a press conference. You can do it over there. You want to hold a press conference, you can do it over there. How are you? So hold on. I'm going to answer his question. The talking point of the Democrats, which this media reporter happily parrots is gosh, the problem can't be fixed. There's one little problem with that it is an utter and complete lie. In 2020, the last year of the Trump presidency, we had the lowest rate of illegal immigration in 45 years. You ask what have I done? I've championed the men and women of border patrol. A champion securing the border, a champion remain in Mexico, and we turn this problem around and solved it and we went from Joe Biden inherited the lowest rate of illegal immigration in 45 years and the first day in office. He made political decisions to cause this problem. And you should be ashamed of yourself because you're a reporter and you're not reporting facts. You're telling lies.
Can Any Democrat Successfully Defend Opposing a Secure Border?
"It's estimated we have about 7 and a half, 8 million, maybe 9 million people who listen to this show every week. Talkers magazine has always been so kind to us and they rank us as one of the top ten most listened to talk shows in America. I can't get a single Democrat to call this program and defend the Democrats vote against secure the border. How about I double down? How about I promise? I won't interrupt you at all. You can just lay it out. Now, the risk to that is going to be somebody will call and lie. And that's always the problem when I don't jump in, but people get mad at me for interrupting, it's kind of why we invented the no interruptions podcast, which is doing so well. But why don't we try that? I'll promise you the Democrats voted unanimously to against the house passed secure the border act. Biden has promised he will veto it. How about I promise you, I'll turn my mic off. I'll say hello, welcome to the show, and I'll turn my microphone off. And you can explain why the Democrats are on record as opposing border security.
Democrats Ignore House Republicans Vote for a Secure Border
"Title 42 is now over. Of course, the border is exploding. We got a crisis. The Biden administration is finally acknowledging the crisis. The Biden administration is attempting to pretend that they're trying to do something about the border and they are not. And I have the proof that they are not House Republicans voted yesterday to pass. Enhanced border security measures. Now, when you have a crisis at a border and a legislative body attempts to secure the border or make the border more secure, right? And the opposing political party votes against that, what does that tell you? The House voted two 19 to two 13 to approve the secure the border act. And incidentally, why did Thomas massie of the Republican from Kentucky vote against it? A California of California Republican duarte and Thomas massie voted against it. I don't understand why Republicans aren't unified on securing the border like Democrats are. I hate it when these Republicans go rogue. And I like Thomas massie, but what the heck is he thinking? If anybody knows, let me know. If anybody knows, give me a call.
"title 42" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Migrant aid groups on the border are stretched thin as title 42 expires by Sonya mansur. As Andrea Rudnick arrives at a welcome center in Brownsville, Texas, with a car full of snacks and water, migrants, rush over to help her unload. It's been busier than normal in the weeks leading up to May 11th. When a federal order allowing the U.S. to quickly expel large numbers of asylum seekers is set to expire. Rudnick runs team Brownsville, which provides water, shelter, and basic necessities to migrants dropped off by U.S. authorities to the Brownsville bus station. Three months ago, the group was welcoming close to 200 people a day. Now that number has shot up to between 800 to 1000 people, she says. And they're burning through supplies at a high rate. A month ago, restocking water for one week meant buying a palate of water, which is 42 cases of 40 bottles. Now they need multiple palettes a week. She believes they can keep scaling up, but has to wonder, can we meet the need if numbers surge even more? Title 42, which began under the Trump administration, is a pandemic era policy that has been used more than 2.8 million times to expel migrants without giving them a chance to file asylum. Immigration advocates say the measure has unfairly limited access to asylum for migrants fleeing extreme violence and poverty, while some Republican states have sued to keep it in place, arguing that lifting it would lead to an unprecedented crisis at the border. Now, with title 42 expiring at 1159 p.m. on Thursday, federal officials are preparing for migrants to arrive in the U.S., expanding border city's capacity to detain migrants and deploying additional troops to support border patrol. Team Brownsville isn't the only migrant aid group feeling the pressure, like barrow, CEO of rescue mission of El Paso, which provides overnight shelter, opened up a second building to house migrant families last weekend, together the two facilities can now hold 250 people, and barrow is prepared to convert the parking lot into an additional shelter if needed. We were never set up to handle numbers like this, he says. He says the group has spent $20,000 on mattresses and added about a dozen staff members to its roughly 30 person team since September. The current situation has created a bottleneck at the border, says Dylan Corbett, the executive director of hope border institute, a faith based research advocacy and action organization operating in El Paso, Texas. The group is working with 6 Catholic parishes to provide housing and food to migrants and is also planning to expand its number of sites in anticipation of increased arrivals. We don't know how long it's going to last, he says. But there's going to be a need for increased support in El Paso for this population. The Biden administration has already announced new asylum restrictions that will deport migrants who can't prove they applied online or sought protection in a country they passed through. Immigration advocates have criticized the rule, accusing federal officials of turning their back against vulnerable people seeking safety at the border. The ACLU has already indicated that they will sue. People, believe it or not, are genuinely trying to do things the right way, but that's really hard to do when your government changes what the rules are every 5 minutes says Priscilla orta. Supervising attorney at project coruscant, a program by lawyers for good government, a human rights advocacy organization that runs pro Bono legal service programs. In the U.S., migrant aid groups may be overwhelmed, but the conditions are still better than in some border encampments in Mexico or to says, on Wednesday, she went across the border from Brownsville to Matamoros, Mexico, and observed a camp of tents where people eat on muddy ground in the humid and muggy weather. There's no sanitation, there's no beds. There's no space, she says. But she also says part of her job is to demystify what life in America could be for people on the Mexican side of the border. She tells them that life and Brownsville is still tough, explaining to them that this is one of the poorest cities in America or to sass. We don't have a lot of resources..
Savanah Hernandez on the Demoralizing Crisis for US Border Patrol
"Spoken to any of the officers because whenever I'm down there and I speak to the people on the ground, they find this incredibly demoralizing what they're asked to do by our bureaucrats in Washington. Absolutely, you know, I have covered the border crisis from Arizona, all throughout Texas. And I've spoken to border patrol who have told me, I feel like I'm basically an Uber for the illegal immigrants. A lot of the people coming over are extremely entitled and they won't even walk all the way to the processing facility. They will wait for border patrol to come pick them up in their vehicles because they don't want to walk anymore. They're demanding food. They're demanding services. Border patrol complete the overwhelmed. They don't feel supported by the current administration in office. And then on top of that, you know, they're not even allowed to enforce any laws or do their jobs essentially. Yeah, their jobs now, I guess, is to just be some sort of a chauffeur or paper pusher, which was never the point. It was about enforcing laws. There's plenty on the books. Despite title 42 expiring,
Mayorkas' Ideological Drive to Import Migrants
"Is a true ideologue, and I don't think everyone in the Biden administration is as ideological as my work is. I think he is particularly driven by a vision that America is not a good place, and it would benefit from importing as many people from around the world as humanly possible. I think that's on full display there. Americans are not even a consideration. What is owed to the migrants, the economic migrants, as his priority? And he's not going to unlearn this. There's no amount of tough questioning that's going to get through to him. This is not a political issue for him. This is an ideological issue. It's a dogma. Cut one 35, please go. We sought to end title 42, the public health authority earlier. We sought to roll out our immigration enforcement authorities under title 8 of the United States code earlier. We were enjoined from doing so by a court. We promulgated a law to achieve a policy and operational outcome. And the outcome that we seek to achieve through this regulation is to incentivize people to take the lawful pathways and disincentivize them to place their lives in the hands of ruthless smugglers. But their lives are in the hands of ruthless smug. That's the whole system that's been designed. In the Democrats have been okay with this since as long as we can remember.
"title 42" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
"What did you hear from him about the reality there on the border and maybe how it's different or how the politics of the issue are perhaps different there versus in the rest of the country. Yes, acquires the son of Mexican migrants and he represents a district that stretches from San Antonio to Laredo and encompasses 200 miles of the U.S. Mexico border. Unlike some other districts, he did not have trouble in the general election. He won by a huge margin. He's had trouble in the primary because the last two cycles national progressives have targeted him. He's sort of been on that list of centrists that they want to get rid of. Immigration is just one of the issues for him. But he didn't support the House bill this week. He's not like he's that far right on immigration, no Democrats supported the House bill in that vote on Thursday. And in our conversation, he talked to certainly talked about parts of the bill that he liked. He has spent the two plus years of the Biden administration being frustrated with Biden, both in the sort of messaging and the policy. He thinks that the Biden administration and he says this in our interview pays too much attention to the progressive activists on this issue, pays too much attention to the NGOs and the immigrant rights activists and not enough messaging on the enforcement side. So that's where his head is. And you know, frankly, a lot of Democrats were where he is ten years ago. And the party has moved. So setting aside the quail are interview for a moment. As you look to see how this issue develops in the days to come and maybe in the weeks to come, what is it that you're going to be paying attention to as Biden tries to navigate this rather dicey political issue? I mean, the most important thing is what is the border surge going to look like? Is it going to be at crisis levels? I think in our interview, he talks to a lot of CBP folks and gets daily updates unlawful border crossings and they've been at like 10,000 plus a day this week, so does that surge under the new policy where thousands of asylum seekers who can't be quickly processed who are led into the United States or they're going to be a management crisis for the Biden administration. Are they not going to be able to deal with the number of people who are coming? Are these border towns going to be overwhelmed? Are Republican lawmakers going to continue to bus people to blue states and cities to sort of prove a point about this? I think that that's the biggest issue is how much of a surge is there and how does the Biden administration handle it? They say they have a plan. There has been a lot of additional funding actually to deal with this stuff in the last couple of years. That's the thing to watch for is does this surge create a policy and political crisis for the Biden administration? Thanks, Ryan. We'll leave it there. Thanks, Zack. And for your schedule today, the Senate is in, the house is out. At 10 a.m., President Biden will receive the president's daily brief, and at 2 p.m., he will hold a bilateral meeting with Spanish president Pedro Sanchez. Press secretary karine Jean Pierre and Mitch landrieu will brief at 1 p.m. and congratulations to Politico's video team for being recognized with two national headliner awards.
"title 42" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
"Presented by pharma. Hey, good morning. I'm playbook deputy editor Zack Stanton. It is Friday May 12th. The date for the widely expected part two of the debt limit negotiations at The White House, except they were postponed till next week. So what's driving the day in Washington instead is that overnight as clocks struck midnight, title 42 officially expired, and that marks the end to the COVID era policy that has been used by the federal government these last three years to expel migrants from the United States. In its absence, experts expect to see a major influx of new
"title 42" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
"Presented by pharma. Hey, good morning. I'm clay but co Arthur Eugene Daniels. It's Thursday may 11th. Here's what's driving the day in Washington and I know you watched it 'cause we all did in a CNN town hall last night former president Donald Trump gave a preview of what we can expect from his 2024 campaign. It was an explosive mix of falsehoods and souls distortions in outlandish statements. Nothing that we were surprised by. He repeated his lie that the 2020 election was rigged. He called January 6th, a quote beautiful day and said he would be inclined to pardon a large portion of the rioters found guilt of crimes. He called the black law enforcement officer who shot capitol rioter Ashley babbitt, a quote thug. He openly called for the U.S. to default on the federal debt. He elicited applause and laughter from the Republican audience as he mocked E Jean Carroll just one day after a New York jury found him civilly liable for sexually abusing her, all of that. All of that may endear him further to his megabase. It played well in the crowd. It was kind of surprising, I think, for folks watching, but how much appalled he was getting that same endearment for the micro folks will almost certainly spell trouble for the GOP and battleground states swing states throughout the country at what you guys start thinking about the suburban white women who have been turned off by Trump for a very long time. Just minutes after the broadcast ended, the Biden team announced that they were already mining the video for attack ads. So this is not going anywhere. And at 1159 tonight, title 42, which, as you know, is a Trump era restriction at the border is coming down. It is going away and joining me now to discuss how title 42 dropping and its ramifications is reporter daniela Diaz. I caught up with her at the Congress team turning the tables party. Daniela, you are from a border town and a community. You know exactly what is going to look like when title fortitude goes away, talk to me a little bit about what folks are expecting. When title 42 comes down. Eugene, it's really going to be a humanitarian crisis. It's going to be an influx of migrants. It's going to be thousands upon thousands of migrants that flood the border, trying to enter the United States, they're not going to be expelled. That is what the Trump era rule has done in the last two years. The bigger picture here is that it's going to really highlight the issues that the administration and Congress has not addressed immigration reform. The administration can only do so much, right? We know the Department of Homeland Security has pumped resources onto the border to deal with the influx, but that's not enough. Really the only solution is to try to pass any sort of immigration reform through Congress. And right now, it doesn't seem like that is going to happen. They don't seem anywhere near each other when it comes to what they can agree on, right? You know, I was in Sedona at the John McCain institute forum this weekend and both Katie Hobbs, the governor of Arizona and Kirsten sinema that senator from Arizona were both talking about this issue and to them it feels like the Biden administration doesn't understand how bad it's going to be. And the Biden administration, they obviously pushed back on that, but on the ground, it feels a little different to people. Like, this is something that the administration and even Congress don't understand. Eugene, I'm from a small town called McAllen, Texas, and the rear granite valley, one of the many were towns across the nation, always around the summer. There's always an expected influx of migrants. It's always becomes a humanitarian crisis when you see those incredibly heart wrenching photos of migraines in these DHS shelters, the HHS shelters with the silver blankets, the miler blankets, mattresses on the floor, those photos we've seen time and time again, the administration tries to do their best to deal with it, but really the only solution for this problem is immigration reform. Now, Democrats and Republicans are so, so far on this issue. A far apart, I should specify House Republicans are about to pass a bill that really just be border security, but doesn't really address immigration reform and how to combat that issue of the influx of migraines coming across the border. A lot of them seeking asylum that's really the biggest issue here. Of course, it does address border security, would restart the construction of the border wall, but the bigger picture here being Eugene that unless Democrats and Republicans come to a consensus, especially on the Senate side, because the house side can pass legislation along the party lines. But in the Senate side, they need at least 60 votes to get anything across the finish line. And right now they're so far apart on this issue and it doesn't seem that Republicans will agree to any sort of immigration reform unless there's stringent border restrictions. And Democrats don't want to vote. They don't want that exactly Eugene. And this is time and time again, the issue that they talk about in Congress, what they have been doing this for years and have not been able to reach an agreement on this. So it's going to continue. People are not hopeful that this is going to change. I talked to more than a dozen, maybe two dozen democratic senators and Republican senators just in the last 24 hours who are hopeful. They want something different. From all factions of both parties when it comes to mansion, Graham, tillis. Cinema. Yeah. Warren, they all say they want something done. They all agree that this is an issue that needs to be addressed, but they don't agree on how to address it. We're going to have to leave it there. Danielle, thank you. You have a lot of work to do because a lot of things happening in Congress, kind of nothing happening in Congress, but a lot of things happening at the same time. A lot of nothing that leads to something. Exactly. Thank you so much for coming on. Thank you, Eugene. And for your schedule today, President Biden at 4 p.m. is going to deliver remarks on the administration's conservation efforts. The Senate is in in education secretary Miguel cardona, defense secretary Lloyd Austin and joint chiefs of staff chair, general Mark milley, are all testifying before appropriation subcommittees, usually that's really boring, but having gone through of them might get a little news out of that. For an expanded schedule of everything happening in D.C. today and much more reporting, check out playbook this morning at a Politico dot com slash playbook. I'm Eugene Daniels. Thanks for listening. Middlemen, like PBMs, say they want lower prices. Yet they often deny or limit coverage of lower cost generics and biosimilars while giving pre preferential coverage to medicines with higher prices. This might be good for the bottom line, but it can lead to higher costs for patients..
"title 42" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"That's a powerful Democrat. That's the Democrat party of 2023. Now, you think about this, this is right in Trump's Wheelhouse. This is probably why Trump got elected in 2016. And so while I hate this for America, while I hate this catastrophe for America and what it's doing to El Paso and all the border cities and heck what it's doing to the United States. I appreciate the opportunity that it gives this guy to remind us what he would be doing as president of the United States. When Joe Biden came into office, he terminated every successful border policy that was put into place, including remain in Mexico, one of the best of them all deliberately throwing open the borders and instituting catch and release and resettling untold millions and millions of illegal aliens into the United States that now your neighbors. Congratulations. Title 42 is about to be lifted in a few days. Border towns are declaring a state of emergency. It's going to be a horrific invasion, Trump went on. On his truth social site. Already, tens of thousands of illegal aliens have passed on the Mexican side of the border. They're getting ready to storm across the moment title 42, which is so important is officially gone. Can you believe that getting rid of it? And when that happens, countless more will charge in from all over the world. They're coming from all over the world. And some of the states like California are saying, come in and we give you free healthcare, free education. People hear that from other countries. They say, well, that sounds good to me. And they're making a mass charge toward our border. It's absolute lunacy. It will be a mass resettlement of millions and millions of illegal aliens into your communities and the invasion will be aided abetted and facilitated by the Biden administration's every step of the way every path they take will be made easier by Biden. I want to ask you a difficult question. Do Americans recognize that the times we're living in right now, the crisis at the border that we're facing. Is a perfect time for Donald Trump to reemerge, I mean, Ron DeSantis is going to presumably be his big challenger. Would Ron DeSantis do a better job with the border than Trump would be willing to do? I don't know. He's unproven. He's untested as the governor of Florida. I mean, we don't exactly have a border crisis. We don't really have people, you know, crashing from swimming across any rivers from Georgia into Florida. We're good. Would he? I don't know. And that's the problem. We don't know. We know Trump's commitment to a sovereign nation, don't we? We know Trump's commitment to wanting to build a wall and getting Congress should go along with it to make every effort he can to secure the border and remain a sovereign nation. Don't you think this is a, and when I say perfect crisis, I'm talking about the timing, the timing of this border crisis is perfect for the Trump campaign. Or not. 806 5 5 mic. It's a tough question. And on this national day of prayer, again, I want to remind you, you can call and leave a voicemail prayer, please keep it fairly concise because we want to get as many prayers on the show today as we can. We need prayers for this country. When you call 806 5 5 mic. If you want to come on air with me to talk about this border crisis and Trump and desantis and Biden press one. If you want to leave a prayer, press two and we'll play it as time permits on the show a national day of prayer that should not be forgotten or ignored or minimized. We need prayer, prayer works. We got to pray for this country. We have to pray for one another. And yes, we have to pray for our leaders. Republicans and Democrats. So what do you think? Is this border crisis coming along at a perfect time for the Trump campaign or am I overstating.
"title 42" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"I appreciate the opportunity that it gives this guy to remind us what he would be doing as president of the United States. When Joe Biden came into office, he terminated every successful border policy that was put into place, including remain in Mexico, one of the best of them all deliberately throwing open the borders and instituting catch and release and resettling untold millions and millions of illegal aliens into the United States that now your neighbors. Congratulations. Title 42 is about to be lifted in a few days. Border towns are declaring a state of emergency. It's going to be a horrific invasion, Trump went on. On his truth social site. Already, tens of thousands of illegal aliens have passed on the Mexican side of the border. They're getting ready to storm across the moment title 42, which is so important is officially gone. Can you believe that getting rid of it? And when that happens, countless more will charge in from all over the world. They're coming from all over the world. And some of the states like California are saying, come in and we give you free healthcare, free education. People hear that from other countries. They say, well, that sounds good to me. And they're making a mass charge toward our border. It's absolute lunacy. It will be a mass resettlement of millions and millions of illegal aliens into your communities and the invasion will be aided abetted and facilitated by the Biden administration's every step of the way every path they take will be made easier by Biden.