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"tony van pelt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"tony van pelt" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Bowie. I tell you, it is an amazing world out there today to The Washington Post and The New York Times trashing Susan B. Anthony because Orange Man bad President Donald Trump says Susan B. Anthony is good on The New York Times after 100 Years of praising Susan B. Anthony Says she's a racist pig on then they praise Bill Clinton on the Democrat Party, and they make up all the stuff about she withdrew his support for the 15 men Total. Miss Samantha Schmidt is just a gender betrayer of the first order. Andi, They're smearing her. It's there. There really something there. They're just they're just something and they're attacking. Or they think they went in. Found A And who was that? Steven Portnoy. Today, CBS radio is tweeting out that they have all gone to this left wing person at the Susan B. Anthony Museum. Who is trashing trump and staying. Susan B. Anthony doesn't want the pardon. Well, no, she should be exhumed and jailed. What do you say will just throw you in jail and the Washington Post, as still many said she didn't do enough to advocate for black voting rights. Well, neither did Barack Obama. But, you know, you guys think that he's Jesus on Earth. Then Racquel Willis, a black transgender activist and communications director for the MS Foundation for Women. This is where the Washington Post and Samantha Smith went to for comment. They went to Rachael Willis. They black, transgender activists and communications director for the MS Foundation for Women, which no one has ever heard of. Tweeted Tuesday. It makes sense that Trump would pardon Susan B. Anthony, a white feminists who didn't mind turning her back on black folks. This is of course, completely slanderous and false, but that doesn't bother you. Cement a Schmidt the gender traitor at the Washington Post, working for Dr Evil, the richest man in the world, by the way, Susan B. Anthony worked with Frederick Douglass Red regularly worked with Ida B. Wells regularly met frequently with leaders of black churches and with black students on historically black college campuses. And still, she's not pure enough for the Racists of the Democrat Party. Today. The pardon also sends a message that answer Anthony was the most important suffragist. And Alison laying an associate professor of history at Wentworth Institute of Technology, another institution. No one has ever heard of said, and that's a message I don't agree with. That's the entire quote, waited a long interview with her, and that's it, And that's a message I don't agree with. That's the quote. There's a reason Anthony's face is perhaps the most recognizable among suffragists. She was ah, one of a few who spent substantial time and money distributing portrait of herself. Like Obama again. We got more Obama stuff going, said Susan B. Anthony is now a goat. She is a villain. She's nobody. She didn't do anything. Oh, you kids got a treasure smear. Her is a very, very slimy people. Very slimy people. Big, Very slimy people. You know, Ellen degenerate. Some people, people that know her color, smell and degenerate. Is that true? People call her smelling. Well, see, Ellen sounds like smelling. So when you're in your named Ellen, and you're in fourth grade people call you smell And if your name is de generous, it sounds like degenerate. So sometimes people you know, equate too generous with the general called Smell in degenerate. Sometimes people do. It's not very nice, but not everybody's always nice, like all those violent mobs that the Democrat Party is loose in our cities, burning and looting and destroying and beating people and mob violence. That the news media covers up actively eyes there Any story in the post on the young man in Portland that was beaten nearly to death by the left wing. Black Lives matter. Mob. I'm just Is there anything in there? I don't think there is. They don't cover that. Because they're not a newspaper there. Filthy, corrupt Nicks and Samantha Schmidt is like the Uncle Tom of feminism. She is That searches for the first time in 100 years. The Washington Post is smearing Susan B. Anthony, and they test Samantha Schmidt with doing it because she was eager to betray her gender. Now, Ellen, generous smelling degenerate. Some people she apparently they fired three producers. Senior producers at her little TV show business. Reputation, never minded her. She seemed fine to me. She even did 20 comedy back in the old days, but she she's big. She's like a $100,000,500 million. She's wealthy private jet wealthy, multiple estates wealthy from TV because, you know dent with Barack Obama and stuff like that. And find find, but it turns out she created a toxic work and environment and allowed her producers to be racist and sexist pigs. And and everybody knew it for years. And then finally somebody raised their head and said, Excuse me, sir. I'd like some more. And they said that everybody there is a pig. And so they fired three of the senior producers and now smelling degenerates. Reputation is not the pier is the driven snow thing, wink wink that it was before So and I was talking to one woman yesterday and said, I think this is the end of smelling degenerate on affection said smell into general. But this is the end of Ellen DeGeneres Center show that can't survive this. She's been canceled because toxic But wait because it gets better. My my buddy Marty sent me along a fine piece here. The National Organization for Women, the president of the National Organization for Women. Perhaps you've heard of it. That one we've actually heard of. That's now now It sounds like a demand. It's in all caps. National Organization for Women president resigns after claims of quote Toxic work environment. Hey, wait a minute. What they move smell into generates producers over there something the president of the National Organization for Women now just in case you don't know resigned in the wake of an internal investigation that found evidence of Government issues that's in quotation marks and in quotation marks again a toxic work and viral upon announcing she was stepping down Tony Van Pelt. Is that, like a fake name is that really the national and Tony Van Pelt is the name because that sounds like a made up porn name or something like that sent an email to her colleagues on the board, claiming as the reason for resignation. Very painful health issue reported the daily Beast. So that means they're lying. Is that is that what I'm saying? That you're lying about this? So they lied. The National Organization for Women had attacked toxic work environment. They had analysis they found the toxic work environment. And then they forced her out, and then she lied because she is a lefty, and that's what they do. If they're talking, they're line. She reportedly added that her doctor had implored her. Four months to stop working. I can only imagine how gruelling it must be being the President Tony Van Pelt of the National Organization for Women in the Age of Black lives matter when nobody's paying attention to women's lives. Yeah, That's what's going on Van Pelt's head Up Until now, she had been ignoring her doctor's advice, so it's really she really got into an elaborate lie here. But really, it's about the toxic work environment and that's and that's what's going on. That's who she is. She is resigning because of the toxic were converted. Kills, who wrote All black lives matter. She huge, dangerously close to saying all lives matter, and we know that that's not allowed from Tony Van Pelt. Hey, that's quite a Tony Van Pelt you have there. All lie all black lives matter, Not all lives. And then she wrote as a white woman should. She should probably open a vein in a tub and do a Frankie five Angels for the betterment of humankind. I'll never understand the experiences of women of color. Really you'll never understand. Will they understand your experiences? I challenge myself to address structural racism and recognize that this is a lifelong ongoing process. It's like being a drug addict or an alcoholic. You know, it's one day at a time. She should get her her chip her coin for like going one day without being a racist, something like that They should do that racist, anonymous The Democrats should start. What an embarrassment. This whole organization is what embarrassment The left is What a disgrace The leftist remember normal. It wasn't really that long ago. Now there, however, attacking Susan B. Anthony because President Trump pardoned her. And these people couldn't be bigger Hypocrites if it were their goal to become bigger hypocrites. Now here's something I mentioned a couple of days ago that we have started. It's the Chris Plante Show Storage. Chris Plante story. We just call it the Chris plant store. And it is available on Al Gore is amazing Internet Iowa's thank people for jumping in a couple of days ago. We have we have some T shirts and some coffee mugs and some some things and we're not. We're adding some things as we go along, and we've added something else this morning. Now the number of people we have T shirts with the department of Deep State, and it looks indiscernible from a State Department T shirt. There is a small Chris Plante show logo on the sleeve, but the State Department logo And if you look closely, it, says Department of Deep State United States America kind of nice..

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"tony van pelt" Discussed on Election Ride Home

Election Ride Home

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"tony van pelt" Discussed on Election Ride Home

"That's why I choose to endorse him today. Sanders previously endorsed Jackson for president. Back in nineteen eighty eight. When Jackson was running in the primaries against none other than Joe Biden joy in read pointed out on twitter. How many similarities? This race has to that one tweeting. There's a lot that's parallel about. Then and now sanders is platform is similar. To Reverend Jackson's back. Then while Biden is winning a lot of the States Jackson. One in eighty four and especially in nineteen eighty eight when he did so well. They had to bargain with him at the Convention Allah. Dnc Post Two thousand sixteen she continues. Sanders endorsed Jackson in nineteen eighty eight when he was Burlington mayor which likely helped him in. That state though Michigan was the big surprise that scared the party shitless they feared a brokered convention end quote. There's lots of interesting parallels that give context not just Jackson's endorsement. But to our larger political landscape. Right now I'll link to that thread which also links to some other good reading materials in the show notes but back to endorsements Biden picked one up from every town for Gun. Safety not huge shocker. Considering their ties to Mike Bloomberg and Biden's work on the Brady bill versus Sanders opposition to certain aspects of gun reform earlier in his career. Even though he's long since changed his stance. It can't be surprising that every town would pass on endorsing him speaking to George Stephanopoulos on. Abc's this week in response to a question about Biden's slew of endorsements Sanders said quote. It's no secret George. You know politics in this country. We're not going to get the most support of elected leaders not most governors not most senators but we are winning the support of grassroots America. Because we have an agenda that speaks to working people and quotes. There's also two more not quite endorsements from this weekend so the National Organization for Women who had previously endorsed Warren put out a statement on Friday urging Senator Warren nuts to endorse senator sanders. President Tony Van Pelt told the Associated Press on Friday quote. We think that our constituents are members will not necessarily think of Sanders as the best choice. We wouldn't have the violence against women. Act if it wasn't for Biden's leadership sanders doesn't have a record. He's really as far as we know done next to nothing for women and for our issues and quote some strong words there but there you have it in better news for Senator Sanders. Former two thousand twenty presidential candidate Tom Star published in OP. It in the New York Times yesterday. Lambasting the democratic establishment so. It's not an outright endorsement of his old pal Bernie but it does make the prospect of Biden endorsement from Steinmeyer. Look a bit unlikely I could totally be eating my words on that in the future though. There's a new poll out from CNN conducted by SRS shows Biden with a double digit lead over Sanders. Nationally quoting CNN. The poll finds fifty two percent of registered. Voters who are Democrats were democratic leaning independence. Say they want to see Biden? Win The nomination. While thirty six percent say they'd rather see Sanders win into quotes. The poll was conducted from March fourth through seventh and has a three point three margin of error one stat. That stood out to me. Is that with fifty two percent of respondents saying they view Sanders unfavourably. That is the highest. He's been rated unfavourably on CNN's polling since two thousand fifteen though it's important to note that Biden is viewed forty four percent unfavorably. So it's not that far behind age wise voters still fall on pretty dependable lines voters under forty five go to sanders fifty seven percent to thirty one. While voters over forty five lean towards biden seventy two percent to seventeen fifty two percent of liberals back sanders while fifty five percent of self identified Democrats Support Biden additionally sixty five percent of moderates or conservatives back Biden and independence are split almost evenly forty-six percent to sanders and forty five percent to Biden quoting. Cnn asked whether it should be a higher priority for the next president to restore the government to the way it was before trump took office or to go beyond restoration to make major changes to the way the government works. Seventy two percent chose major changes just twenty five percent restoration even among Biden supporters. Fifty eight percent say it is more important to make major changes to move beyond where the government was before trump. Cnn Continues Biden outpaces sanders by forty points as the candidate with the best chance to beat trump the best chance to unite the country and as the best to handle a major crisis but sanders tops. Biden by nine points as the candidate. Who Best understands the problems facing people like you and by six points on who agrees with you on the issues that matter most the poll also shows that in head to head matchups in the general election sanders would win fifty two to trump's forty-five while Biden would win fifty three to trump's forty three. But now let's check in on the states with upcoming primaries looking.

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"tony van pelt" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

10:32 min | 3 years ago

"tony van pelt" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Announcement to make for all of you. You're getting advance. You're getting advanced word about this. But just in case you happen to be among those who have have enjoyed my, my time, crying to have a respectful conversation with the other side on hill TV. Next week is going to be my last week on hill TV I am. Going to be pursuing other projects as in focusing on this show and focusing on podcast. And some of the some of the things that many of you have been asking about ongoing to be leaving on very good terms, and I thank the management at the hill of for the opportunity, and for the, the investment in me, and, and it's been a very interesting year and a lot of growth, but last week or rather next week is gonna be my last week at hill, TV, so crystal and I are going to be sitting next to each other for about six more shows, and that's all she wrote on that one and look, I, I have nothing but, but fondness for my co host, and I as you know, I do not criticize my friends, and she has certainly a friend, I will say it is very challenging to do a left right show in the current environment. I mean, how do you have a how you have a civilized and fair-minded and worthwhile conversation about is the president? And a traitor, for example, which is a topic that the media forces Oeste cover because that's an allegation that Democrats will make and have made many times against the president. You know, how do you have a civil conversation about is Donald Trump insane legally mentally incompetent? Not not able to medically speaking whole the job of, how do you have a real conversation with someone about that with anyone about that? So I'm excited to have the, the license going forward. And this is going to be the way I conduct my all of this was an experiment to try to have the all right. Let's have a conversation that now I'm just going to have the buck conversation as in this is what I think about all of the things, here's the people need to know if they want to have an exchange of ideas with me, that's fine. But I reserve the right to say that the other side's ideas are stupid, including two anyone's face, and anyone who does not want to have that conversation with me after I'm done at the hill, should not talk to me from the other side doesn't mean are always say that doesn't mean I'm not willing to have a civil conversation just means I reserve the right to be able to say that is some dumb ass stuff. So that would be a bit of a change for me. Obviously you're on radio. I can say whatever I want, which is great and always have and always will, but going forward. I will not commit. I told you this at the hill, I committed to trying to have a both sides of the aisle conversation. It was challenging I learned a lot. I am not doing that again. That's, that's not that's not in my future. Folks, that's not happening. So I can tell you that if that explained feel about it. Well, then there we go. But I did get the chance because it would have been over the last year, some of my favorite stuff that I've been able to do has involved speaking to particularly are some of the left wing. Guests that I've, I've had some spirited exchanges within, you know, today, I wasn't really in a of this. Well, you tell you what's really going on here. I, I didn't get much sleep last night. So I wasn't full of full of zest and energy this morning. But we had on a think, either national spokesperson, or a president or something very senior person from the national organization of women. Now name is Tony than pelt, and she came on the show, and she would net look people ask me sometimes buck, why wouldn't you have on more liberals on your radio show that won't come on here? They'll get they know what's going to happen, especially if they want to have a productive conversation and respectful conversation. That's fine. But they don't they want to go into talking points, and they want to, they want to engage in the kind of intellectual laziness and emotional blackmail, that are central to left wing argument. That's, that's what you get on so many of these different issues. So they won't they won't do it, and I won't waste my time with them even if they would do it in most cases, not in all cases. But MS van pelt was talking about these. Recent decisions from the supreme core involving the abortion law in Indiana. And I just want you to note I'm being very calm, because she knows you know, it's like when the head of Planned Parenthood who recently got four Pinocchio for being a lighter and lying's, the head of Planned Parenthood. I can't remember name now Dr something or other. She said that foulland's of women die from used to die from abortions. That's not true. That's just a lie. That the abortion lobby keeps saying, thousands of women, a year you should abortion, is not true. All they believe it might have been like a dozen a year. Something like that. But they say a thousand a year, that's that's not accurate. She lied, but they had identified me, and this is a frustration that I had at the hill because much of much of the hill TV. Staff were very liberal, and I am not liberal. So as you know. So there was always a little bit of a, a little bit of a disconnect in this regard. But they were informed that I was considered an enemy of choice by Planned Parenthood, which is something that I wear as a badge of honor, and I should probably get a t shirt that says enemy of choice, although wouldn't be clear to everybody. What choice of an enemy of? But anyway, Tony van pelt knows that I'm not on. I'm not on her team. So she sits down and launches. Right of this, the national organization for women far left group. All, you know, think of progressive women's issue, and they're all over it. And here's how some of the conversation went policies for me, not having more energy play clip thirteen. I'm very sad by this. And I'm and of course upset and many women in the country are very angry, by the fact that these men have made this decision about their bodily integrity when it's really none of their business, but wasn't just who weighed in on this, it was a seven two decision and a couple of liberals actually went along with it. So we'll why you're saying just because it is driven by men. I'm I'm uncertain as to what you're talking about. But it is an undue burden on women's Kagan joined the majority of it is, when somebody say, man, I mean, my understanding is that Kagan joined the majority here. She's, obviously a woman. Yeah. Thank you for bringing up that point. Yeah. It wasn't just men. A woman went with the majority here saying that, yeah, they can dispose the state can say you have to dispose of this, as you would human remains because that's what it is human remains to human being. But, but notice that, that, you know, that this sort of snide. Yeah. What she said was stupid and I just I didn't call it stupid. I just made it obvious that it's stupid by saying that, you know, you're saying that the men made this decision, but it wasn't just mad a woman made this decision to and to liberals went along with the conservatives on the court here. So why go with the why go with the nonsense talking point? But let's, let's dig a little deeper into the nonsense talking points. Your play. Fourteen. Why should the gender of the Justice matter in these cases, why should the gender of the Justice in this particular case, we're talking about particular men that hold these views and that's why it would matter. What about the fact that in Roe v? Wade, all of the majority were men does that then affect their ability to weigh in an impartial and fair manner. You're not here and we're not talking about that, now we're talking a principal as to why is the gender of the Justice should matter. I really don't see that as an important to this to this discussion because what we're talking about is women. We're not talking about men except in the way that men tried to control women, and that's why the first thing your seven you sat down this decision by a bunch of men, so okay? Okay. Said that it is men who are trying to control women. That's why it's so important that we put more women onto the state legislatures. Notice. How she she spits out there? You know, men are the ones pushing this decision as if they're allowed to push decisions about women's bodies, and all I say, this is very straightforward. I mean she's obviously a truly brainwashed. Left-wing pro-abortion automaton. All I say or is okay. We'll Roe v. Wade was all men all of the majority in review. White men does does that mean that, you know, when men do what you want them to do. They have full agency, full license on the court to weigh in on women's bodies, and what they can and can't you when they don't do it there, men. They're not allowed to I think she's just not clever enough to understand what I was trying to explain to her. It's not it's actually not complicated producer, Mike. She the president of the national organization for women. I think she's something other that or the national spokesperson for yes, he's the president. The president of the national organization for women folks. Not not impressive. Not smart. Let's just say it not somebody who under. And I think that it's, it's not that she's a dumb person per percents arguments are dumb her understanding. These, you is dumbed down because it has to be because otherwise it falls into contradiction. That's why she she's a little brainwashed soldier of sorts for her side, who is told to just go and, and attack the other side, and she's not told why or Howard anything else. You just knows that this is for women and abortion, is a right. And. Doesn't think beyond that and then just one more question just to give you a sense of what v other side with the Democrats really want here. This is what I asked the president of the national organization for women play fifteen should abortions be directly subsidized by taxpayers that all health care should not be subsidized that is universal right. For people that's my tax dollars should go toward abortions. Which you believe part of health health care, birth control sex education abortion. Classic abortion lobby maneuver there. You notice when I asked her is very straightforward. Yes or no question should tax dollars go toward abortion. She says, you know, well all healthcare is a yeah. So is that a yes or no? Well, let's talk about all this other this is what this is what Planned Parenthood does. Oh, we're all about nanograms and giving out birth control and also abortion. Why do you have to always talk about the other stuff? Why can't if abortion is fine. Want us talking about abortion..

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"tony van pelt" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:49 min | 3 years ago

"tony van pelt" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You're getting advance. You're getting advanced word about this. But just in case you happen to be among those who have have enjoyed my, my time, crying to have a respectful conversation with the other side on hill TV next week is going to be my last week. On hill TV I am. Going to be pursuing other projects as in focusing on this show and focusing on podcast. And some of the some of the things that many of you have been asking about, I'm going to be leaving an on very good terms, and I thank the management at the hill for the opportunity, and for the, the investment in me, and, and it's been a very interesting year, a lot of growth, but last week or rather next week is going to be my last week at hill, TV, so crystal and I are going to be sitting next to each other for about six more shows, and that's going to be all she wrote on that one and look, I, I have nothing but, but fondness for my co host, and I. And as you know, I do not criticize my friends, and she is certainly a friend. I will say it is very challenging to do a left right show in the current environment. I mean, how do you have a how do you have a civilized, and fair-minded and worthwhile conversation about is the president of trader, for example, which is a topic that the media forces, pasta cover because that's an allegation, the Democrats will make and have made many times against the president. You know, how do you have a civil conversation about is Donald Trump insane? You know, legally mentally incompetent not not able to medically speaking. Hold the job of, how do you have a real conversation with someone about that with anyone about that? So I'm excited to have the, the license going forward. And this is going to be the way I conduct my all of this was an experiment to try to have the alright. Let's have a conversation. Now, I'm just going to have the buck conversation as in this is what I think about all of the things, here's the people need to know if they want to have an exchange of ideas with me, that's fine. But I reserve the right to say that the other side's ideas are stupid, including two anyone's face anyone who does not want to have that conversation with me after I'm done at the hill, should not talk to me. On the other side, it doesn't mean always say that doesn't mean I'm not willing to have a civil conversation just means I reserve the right to be able to say that is some dumb ass stuff. So that will be a bit of a change for me. Obviously here on radio. I can say whatever I want, which is great and always have and always will, but going forward, I will not commit my I told you this at the hill like committed to trying to have a both sides. The I'll conversation it was challenging I learned a lot. I'm not doing that again. That's, that's not that's not in my future. Folks, that's not happening. So I can tell you that if that explained feel about it. Well then there we go bought. I did get the chance because gone over the last year, some of my favorite stuff that I've been able to do has involved speaking to particularly are some of the left wing guests that I've, I've had some spirited exchanges with any don't today. I wasn't really in a tell you tell you what's really going on here. I didn't get much sleep last night. So I wasn't full of full of zest and energy this morning. But we had on a I think, either national spokesperson, or a president or something very senior person from the national organization of women. Now name is Tony van pelt, and she came on the show. And she would look people ask me sometimes buck, why won't you have on more liberals on your radio show? They won't come on here, they'll get they know what's going to happen, especially if. Want to have a productive conversation and respectful conversation. That's fine. But they don't they want to go to talking points, and they want to, they want to engage in the kind of intellectual laziness in emotional blackmail, that are central to left wing argument. That's, that's what you get on so many of these different issues. So they won't they won't do it, and I won't waste my time with them even if they would do it in most cases, not in all cases. But MS van pelt was talking about these recent decisions from the supreme core involving the abortion law in Indiana. And I just want you to note I'm being very calm, because she knows you know, it's like when the head of Planned Parenthood who recently got four Pinocchio being a lighter and lying's, the head of Planned Parenthood. I can't remember name now Dr something or other. She said that thousands of women die from news to die from abortions. That's not true. That's just a lie. That. The abortion lobby keeps saying, thousands of women a year used to dive and abortion is not true at all. It believe it might have been like a dozen year. Something like that. But they say thousands a year, that's that's not accurate. She lied, but they had identified me, and this is the frustration that I had at the hill because much of much of the hill TV. Staff were very liberal, and I am not liberal. So as you know. So there was always a little bit of a, a little bit of a disconnect in this regard. But they were informed that I was considered an enemy of choice by Planned Parenthood, which is something that I wear a badge of honor, and I should probably get a t shirt that says enemy of choice, although wouldn't be clear to everybody. What choice I'm an enemy of? But anyway, Tony van pelts knows that I'm not on. I'm not on her team. So she sits down and launches right at the national organization for women far left group, all think of progressive women's issue, and they're all over it. And here's how some of the conversation went policies for me, not having more energy play clip thirteen. I'm very sad by this. And I'm an of course upset and many women in the country are very angry. By the fact that these men have made this decision about their bodily integrity when it's really none of their business, but wasn't just mad who weighed in on this, it was a seven two decision about a couple of liberals actually went along with it. So we'll why you're saying just mad because it is driven by men. I'm I'm uncertain as to what you're talking about. But it is an undue burden on women's Kagan joined the majority of its when we say man, I mean my understanding is that Kagan joined the majority here. She's, obviously a woman thinks that right? Thank you for bringing up that point. Yeah. Yeah. It, it wasn't just men a woman went with the majority here saying that, yeah, they can dispose the state can say you have to dispose of this, as you would human remains because that's what it is human remains. To human being. But notice that, that, you know that sort of snide. Yeah. She said was stupid and I just I didn't call it do, but I just made it obvious that it's stupid by saying that you're saying that the men made this decision, but it wasn't just met a woman made this decision to, and you liberals went along with the conservatives on the court here. So why go with the why go with the nonsense talking point? But let's, let's dig a little deeper into the nonsense talking puts your play. Fourteen. Why should the gender of the Justice matter in these cases, why should the gender of the Justice in this particular case, we're talking about particular men that hold these views? And that's why it with matter. What about the fact that in Roe v? Wade, all of the majority. We're meant does that then affect their ability to weigh in an impartial and fair manner. You're not here and we're not talking about that. Now we're talking about principle, as to why is the gender of the Justice should matter. I really don't see that as an important to this. To this discussion because what we're talking about. It's women here. We're not talking about men except in the way that men try to control women. And that's why the first thing you said when you sat down, this is a decision by a bunch of men, so. Right. Okay. I just said that it is men who are trying to control women. That's why it's so important that we put more women on to the state legislatures. Notice. How she she spits out there? You know, men are the ones pushing this decision as if they're allowed to push decisions about women's bodies. And all I say this is very straightforward. I mean she's obviously a truly brainwashed. Left-wing pro-abortion automaton, all I say to our is okay. Well, Roe v. Wade was all men all of the majority and Roe v. Wade men does does that mean that, you know, when men do what you want them to do. They have full agency, full license on the court to weigh in on women's bodies, and what they can and can't you when they don't do it there, men. They're not allowed to I think she's just not clever enough to understand what I was trying to explain to her. It's not it's actually not complicated. Mike. She the president of the national organization for women. I think she's something or the national spokesperson for. Yeah. She's the president. The president of the national organization for women folks. Not not impressive. Not smart. Let's just say, not somebody who under and I think that it's, it's not that she's a dumb person per se, arguments are dumb, her understanding, these, you is dumbed down, because it has to be because otherwise it falls into contradiction. That's why she's a little brainwashed soldier of sorts for her side, who is told to just go and, and attack the other side, and she's not told why or Howard anything else. You just knows that this is for women and abortion, is a right. Doesn't think beyond that and then just one more question just to give you a sense of what v other side with the Democrats really want here. This is what I asked the president of the national organization for him and play fifteen should abortions me directly subsidized by taxpayers. I think that all health care should not be subsidised is universal, right. For people that's my tax dollars should go toward abortions, which you believe is part of health, our healthcare, birth control, sex education abortion, classic abortion lobby maneuver there. You'll notice when I asked her is very straightforward. Yes or no question should tax dollars go toward abortion. She says, well, all healthcare is a yet. So is that a yes or no? Well, let's talk about all this other. This is what Planned Parenthood does. Well, we're all about mammograms and giving out birth control.

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14:17 min | 3 years ago

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"Oh, eight ten would afternoon. I'm Pat, thanks to my guest is Tony van pelt. She's the president of now the national organization for women. Tony. I know you're short on time. So what I'd like to do is get one phone call here in with you before we let you go. If that's ok okay. All right. This is John calling from Hayward, John. Hi, welcome to. Jio you are on this. So important, and I always have been back of my mind, knowing where all this is coming from it must be some sort of a profit motivation or simply to financial. Something behind all this because I can't understand even why we're allowing a church a religion to influence who gets healthcare in the way that they should have it. I it just boggles my mind, and I wondered if anything more to this is there any money behind this. Tony is there a profit motive somewhere? What you know? I think that that's a really interesting point a good point to bring up. And it's the first time I've heard that. So thank you Jan for this. I think you know, we always say follow the money in in many cases, why is it that they want to populate the country with more people because that's what this is about is increasing population. Well, we know that the white supremacists. They want to increase the white population. We know that the wealthy the capitalist. They want to increase the number of workers in this in this country. So those are two strong financial motivations for keeping women pregnant and producing children because we know that once. A child is born they're no longer interested in that child. They don't care if that child has good health care. They don't care if that child has a good education. They don't care about that. They don't even care about the woman. So it I think that that there's a lot to that. We have to think about that. I agree with you. Well, I'm I am going to say goodbye to you. But I'm gonna continue this discussion with more of my listeners, and we are going to talk about Texas, and their attempted instituting death. Yeah. I mean, it so much women are going to die one way or the other. It looks like has definitely if if abortion is outlawed there are going to be women who die seeking out abortions and getting abortions illegally. Tony. Thank you. And come back and join us again, will you? Thank you, Pat. All right. That's Tony van pelt. She is the president of the national organization for women, but I'm going to take more of your telephone calls. This is unimportant issue. And it is an issue that is growing, and it is infringing upon the rights of women and think about that law in Texas in Texas the law that was proposed was to not only charge a woman, not only find a a woman guilty of a crime. If she tries to get an abortion. But if she succeeds in procuring an abortion, however, she does it in whatever way she does it including a morning after pill, then that woman would be subjected to the death penalty the death penalty. Eighty eighty eight ten is the telephone number. Oh, one other thing. I just saw on CNN Alyssa Milano is calling for a sex strike to protest the law in Georgia. But it's not just the law in Georgia women have gone on sex strikes historically in the past. And they have provided some success is that what women should do now a sex strike in order to protest these horrific laws the war against women's reproductive rights. We go to Craig Craig is calling from Berkeley. Hey, Craig, welcome to K G. Great show. Hear your. Outside of keep it, you wanna talk on this because you know, you can you can you can write ten books on it just to just in Santa GIO. I know both sides getting accused with being cut. So whatever something like that. But this is real this is this is straight from the net factory. Okay. If I dislike red cars. I'm just not going to buy a red card, but I'm going to allow everybody else to buy what if you do that like abortions? And you'd think that is against relating to whatever you have a right to feel that way. But you don't have a right to infringe or I should do what you think is right or wrong. Especially if it isn't hurting you up to so many I understand that but gets to be too late and still I still at the man still feel uncomfortable. Saying that to a woman. Well, it gets to be so many things you shouldn't do it. Cut steel. We gotta tell you look at it is not my decision. It is one hundred percent hers. Yeah. You know, I I'm thank you for that. Craig? I appreciate everything that you have to say in terms of late term abortions. Which is definitely not what these fetal heartbeat things about in terms of late term abortions. I think it's really important for people to recognize that late term abortions are not elective abortions. They are rare. They happen for specific medical reasons. And in the vast majority of cases, where there is a late term abortion. It's because the baby has not developed a full brain. So there's only a brain stem and that s that's one aspect of it. Another thing is that the that in utero, this fetus has already died. So it's going to be stillborn. I mean, there are a number of reasons some it rarely has to do with the mother's health allow. Late term abortion. It has to do with what's going on in the developing fetus, that's what it has to do with. So it's not an elective procedure. It's not that a woman at eight and a half months goes into a doctor or a clinic and says, well, I've changed my mind. I don't want to have this baby. After all. And then the doctor says, okay, we'll hop up on the table, and let's just eliminate it. That's not what happens. It's not what happens. So don't let people try to fool you into thinking. That is what happens they are actually quite rare. And they are done because it is something that the doctor and the woman have determined is a real medical necessity eight ten tennis, the telephone number eight hundred eight eight ten we go to Theresa in Crockett Theresa. Hi, welcome to K, G O. I I just wanted to say I before I out my opinion that I am pro-life. I believe in the right till I spot saying not what they're trying to do. Now is absolutely ridiculous. It's putting women back in the archaic times, forcing us and men to impregnate us and walk away. They walk away. All all these all the time. So mention be punished if they're going to punish a woman say for having an illegal abortion, and they're stating oh, either the death penalty. Well, then that man should go to mention not get that section either. Condoms sitting be available for men. Right right because another aspect of it. You're right because they've they are also attacking a woman's right to seek contraception. And I have heard nobody say that a man should not be able to get condoms. Exactly. This is another man in religious way of putting women back in what they believe the place. We should be submissive to them. Yeah. To raise some Theresa as a whip. And you're a pro-life woman, and I appreciate so much that you have so much thought and an understanding of how objectionable these policies are had three daughters grown now. And now, I've got granddaughters. And I'm not not just as you know, I taught them the respect of life and the respective your body, and there are ways there's so many ways that we could address unwanted pregnancy. Without actually having to kill them force them because I can you know, you know, I'm I'm I really on the fence with that. But we have you know, the day after pill for rape and incest. We have birth control. I put my daughter's birth control of as start bleeding. Well, I haven't done that. Blower. No. But my daughter's, you know, were fourteen and I'm like, you know, I an unwanted pregnancy. My mother withdrew birth control for me. And I didn't know it's time. This is sixty years ago that missed a day or two the pill you get pregnant. Well, I wasn't going to allow that for my daughter. So I hated the pro-life, but to be respectful and responsible and responsive to take away the, right example. Exactly, exactly. And so you are getting away with men are getting away with what just poking and who they want all does it work. And I'm I'm tired of this this stance against women to thank you. They were a better or the better. Well, thank you. I appreciate that very much. And I think that there's it's a it's a double edged sword because on the one hand the this these same lawmakers, and there are women to like, I said, I saw this on one of the shows sign I think that it was John Oliver where there was a woman standing up and referring to this embryo as a baby fetus, it was the weirdest thing. And she seemed like she was not just a Kook. But a dumb Kook. So this this goes across genders. Although generally when these laws are passed, it is usually a majority of male lawmakers who are in support of these things, and it is so utterly offensive. And like I said, it's a double edged sword because they're going after sex education, they're going after and they are they're going after sex education. They're going after contraception, so, okay. You don't really know about sex or what it's doing or how babies are made. And and you know, how the whole process works. Then. You can't get a contraceptive to prevent an unwanted pregnancy. And then if you get an unwanted pregnancy. They wanna force you to carry that pregnancy to term, and then when you give birth who's responsible for that baby who is responsible. It's it's on the woman. It's always on the woman. Eight ten is the telephone number and besides that can I just say something that everybody should know. And it shouldn't have to be said pregnancy has killed when historically women have died and died and died and died in childbirth. It can really damage a woman's how some women just shouldn't be pregnant others have very difficult, pregnancies. It happens all the time even today with modern medicine, it still happens all the time less frequently. But it still happens. How can you allow somebody to force you to carry a pregnancy to term when this is an unwanted pregnancy? Eight ten is the telephone number. Let's go to Susan Susan. That's in Santa Cruz. Hey, susannah. Welcome to K G. Oh, hi there. Hi. One of those women who are kind of in the middle. If you will, you know, I understand people who believe conceptional life begins at conception, understand or religious bent that. That's what they believe. Okay. And I'm not going to condemn them because that's what they believe. Right. Okay. Right now on the far end with the a couple of the law were trying to pass a law that you can have an abortion all the way up to the time that you give hurt I do not condone that I I don't think I don't I haven't seen any laws that would allow an abortion up to the time of birth. I thought New York was supposedly in that order now, what would abortion or what New York was. I mean, that's how it was being stated they were even saying that you could abort after a baby was born that you had like an hour to go before you could kill the baby. And that's not what it was at all what it was was that. If there was like, the the insofar like. Baby that was born without a brainstorm or with just a brains without the rest of their brain. The idea was that the physician once the baby is born that they wouldn't be forced to provide lifesaving measures because is going to die anyway. And there's you don't have to live. I guess you'd have to look at the of law because I understood it to be different. That's an unusual a very unusual case that uses sided, but I look at the language of the law determine if it allows it, so we're I'm coming down. This is if I actually think Roe versus Wade was a very very well reasoned court decision, and it triggered inviolability. Right. I messed trimester okays second trimester, you know, issues between divide -bility, and what the women's medical help and the baby's medical health and third trimester. No abortion. Right. So I guess the question is since we're versus Wade has been decided the viability litmus test has definitely become much earlier in a woman's pregnancy. So. So I guess my feeling is this is that I think there has to be the middle ground. And I think that somewhere in that second twenty Mestre is Lynn the woman. No longer has the right to supersede the growing fetus that is bible outside for womb. You know viability. I think incident, I don't think I don't think that's an unreasonable idea at all, you know, the idea of viability, and when the fetus becomes viable, and that's something that, you know, we need to talk with with medical professionals because sometimes we call it viable, if you're able to extract the fetus, and then through a number of different highly technological things you're able to keep the fetus alive and allow it to develop, but viability I think is a reasonable thing to consider, you know, as technology advances when you're considering elective abortions because many abortions. Especially after the first trimester are not really elective. Eighty eight ten is the telephone number. This is K geo Rasmusen poll,.

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04:34 min | 3 years ago

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"And you see in the in the states where we're finally gaining some something close to parody sent for instance, in Nevada we have over forty one percent of the elected officials in that state legislature are female, we see in Virginia that they have even more women that have been elected. And so we see that are women's rights are being advanced more in the states, and we need to work in elections. We need to have women stand for election, and we need to have them seated in these state legislators in at the federal level. Also, my understanding is that one in four US women will have an abortion by age forty five. That's reported by the Guttmacher institute. And you know, if that's the case if twenty five percent of women are going to have an abortion by the age of forty five. Then surely there are men who are associated with that unwanted pregnancy. And there are a lot of men who are associated with the procedure itself. And so how can it be that in these United States of America today that these rights this access is being threatened? I don't know. And I don't know why more men don't stand up and speak out and identify publicly with women and with women's rights to their own self atonomy. Right. I think that this is all ginned with this pseudo self righteousness about their protecting, quote, unquote, a baby, you know, an embryo and AIG and not a woman. I it's just it's just really beyond my comprehension. And it's illogical. I mean so much of it is illogical at the time of the fetal heartbeat now. This was Trevor Noah, I think you see where I get my news from. He said, you know, you're talking about an an embryo that's about the size of pomegranate seed, and you know, again, there are no developed a fully developed organs. Not by any means at this point in time when it six weeks old, and yet this is the criteria that they want to use a time when many women don't even know that they are pregnant so it is a way to prevent women from being able to terminate an unwanted pregnancy. At the same time, they're attacking our ability to get contraceptives what we're going to end up with a really ugly situation here, we're going to go back to back alley abortions. And those dreaded coathangers has you know, they make jokes about that. But it was a reality. It was happening was reality. And I have no legal abortion. When I was nineteen years old. You know, that's the point abortion as long as women get pregnant abortion will be will be always. Always has been it always has been and always will be. We just want it to be safe, legal and acceptable in affordable. Because there's there's such deception impact on women. You know, earning lower incomes because they don't have a time. Sick leave. You know, they put these things up like you have to have like a twenty four seventy two hour waiting period. And as you pointed out there very few clinics around some states one one St. one or two states. I think only have one or two clinics left, right? And then they make them go back, and so for financial resources, it's becoming extremely difficult for women to get an abortion. And you know, and then the other thing is I restrictions are concerned as the state order trans-. Transactional ultrasounds. Yes. It's like stayed ordered rape. I mean women don't want to have that. If they did they would just do it. And where are these things happening? They're happening in fake crisis pregnancy centers fake where they right could on white. Coats and pretend that they're in the medical profession when in fact, they're not when they give an ultrasound, which is a medical procedure that they're not leaving licensed to do that. And who's funding them far, right? Republican state. Legislators are using our tax dollars. Now to fund these fake pregnancy crisis centers. I'm Tony I need to take a break here. Can you say with us a little bit? Sure. Okay. We've got some callers who have questions, and I'd like to get to those my guest is Tony van pelt. She's the president of the national organization for women. We're talking about the war on women's reproductive rights. Eighty eighty eight ten is our telephone number eight oh, eight oh..

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12:23 min | 3 years ago

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"Glenn consented to sing a few songs for us tonight. Will be will be the future's not always to see k set off. Good afternoon. I'm Pat Thurston. I am delighted that Chris Hernandez began the program with case era by door stay who passed away any took it from the movie the man who knew too much later on in the program. We'll talk a little bit about Doris day that was my favorite movie that she appeared in Alfred Hitchcock, of course. And she sang that song famously there right now. However, I wanna talk about an issue of great importance. I would hope to all Americans certainly to American women. You see there's a war on women's reproductive rights. There is a war on women's reproductive rights. Let's be clear. That's how serious this is. It is happening across the country, and whether the Scotus the supreme court of the United States is going to stand up for the backward. States who are enacting these crazy crazy laws or stand up for medical issues being non-political and being best. Handle between doctor and patient. We do not yet know. So how bad is it? We have joining us right now. Tony van pelt? She is the president of the national organization for women. Tony. Thank you so much for joining us today. Well, thank you so much for having me on the show. And thank you for talking about. How outrageous this all is insane? And it's driving the absolutely crazy that this seems to be pursuing a continuing the way that it is. And it seems like there's not nearly enough backlash that's taking place. So you tell me how bad do you think? This is right now. I think this is bad as it's ever been. I think that with the person that we have in the White House giving them permission to be just as angry and his outspokenness they that they are with the -pointment of taverna to the supreme court. And we know we know that talk like this really incites people who are maybe not all there to take horrific action and the people I'm referring to right now are the men that are in the state legislatures. That are saying these outrageous things on the floor and passing these horrible bills. I saw one woman last night. I can't remember which program. It was on. I might have been John Oliver show. There was some, you know, really dumb woman who was standing on the floor talking about what was it a baby fetus, she she called it. The baby's name is fetus and baby. Fetus is saying. I mean, it was one of the craziest things that I've seen in a long time. Let's go to what they're enacting right now are fetal heartbeat restrictions on abortion. So that when you can detect a fetal heartbeat. I mean, we're still talking about embryos. We're talking about a heart. That's not even a developed yet that all the chamber far haven't been developed explain to us, which states have done this and the fallacy of those laws and the impact it's having on women or it will have on women. Well, we know that the states that are doing this off the top of my head. I know Alabama and Louisiana and Georgia Georgia's really bad and Florida's on its way to doing something like this. But we know first of all these these bills are unconstitutional, and we know that the reason that they're doing this is because they want to get a case before this supreme court, and these these bills are not going to be the ones there about twenty bills that are ready from the past that are working their way up through the court system that will probably do this. But the outrageous statements and tenu, I mean, I even heard in Georgia one legislator, this is about two or three years ago. So I do want to point out that to a certain extent, this none of this is new this has been ongoing for ever since Roe versus Wade has been and added. But who said that even if the fetus was dead and a woman that we should. Allow that woman to have have it removed because after all they don't do that for picks on the farm. God. Horrible horrible dehumanizing language that don't treat women as if they're people. I it's I just don't understand. But I do think that I have to be honest with you. I think a lot of this comes from a religious leaders that these women and men get into those places those religious places, and they hear those religious leaders leading the columnists leading the charge on this. And that's who Trump is using they're going to those national prayer breakfast. And they are inciting this call for violence against women. And of course, he also stated even during his campaign as certainly during his presidency. The that is the litmus test for him what he's looking for nominees to the court. He's looking for people who are anti choice, you know, and they like to say, you know, they don't want people who are pro abortion. But I don't know anybody who is pro abortion. We are pro reproductive rights, and we want people to. Keep the hell out of it. Because this is a matter between the woman and her doctor, and that's one of the most offensive things. This is the also the do I want to say the infantilism nation of women. It's like treating us as if we make our own decisions module, really in an informed way. And the way that's best for us and our health and our lives as we proceed. They want to be the ones who make the decisions for us. Exactly and treating women as the second class citizens that they want to keep us. That's why these same people are also against the equal rights amendment for women to elevate women. We know women are equal, but we don't have equal constitutional legal rights in this country. And that's one of the reasons that's another way that they keep us down. And that is another thing about the religious radicals is that they want women to be in submission. They want women to be treated as if they're children is if we can't make our own decisions, right? And we. Don't have the right now just to our well-being in our health. But the right to be happy in our lives. That's really important. I think that that gets lost. We have every right to pursue happiness in our life. Yeah. Well, the, and that's evidenced, of course, by the promise keepers, and what they were all about is the man has to be the head of the household, and blah, blah, blah. And it's you know, this is like to ruin formed. Well, you know, I've been living through this for a while too. And I remember row, you know, when ro was I made law the law of the land. And that's something I think people a lot of people a lot of women today. I don't think they realize what it was like pre row, and that's what we're going back to because it's not just these laws already access to health services for women has been diminishing the war that's been going on against Planned Parenthood because they do help women to to get abortions. If that's what they have chosen to do to terminate a pregnancy. So they we've had award there. But also just the access how many clinics are they're available in some of these southern states that will perform this procedure. I understand that even in medical schools, at least some medical schools, they've stopped teaching doctors how to safely perform an abortion, and this is because they've been intimidated. They've been intimidated. Imitated by violence. They've been intimidated by politics. It's absolutely a horrific situation right now. It really is. And I think something else. Well, two things one is that we're talking right at the moment about abortion, the war on women with abortion, and as you well know that goes back to the war on birth control that is really out there and hand in hand with or on abortion. And then you go back even further to these are the very same people who are against sex education, science based sex education. So across the board they are opposed to women's reproductive health care, and the other thing that I want to bring up and that it's very very stealth movement in this country is that the Catholic bishops are taking over the healthcare systems of our counties in our states, and it is much more prevalent than than people realize, and they got in my community. I'm from Florida. They have formed what they're calling. They call it the bay care healthcare alliance. And so they get these hospitals east. Doctors practices. These these clinics to sign on with them. So that they can buy products for less money, but they make them sign the bishops directives and the bishops directive say that they can't prescribe birth control. They can't even inform on abortion and so on and so when people and then and they don't change. Here's the other thing. They don't change the names of the hospitals in my community. There's a longtime hospital with a good reputation called Morton plant. They didn't change that name. So people don't know the Catholics are insurance there, and the even even as agree GIS is they don't recognize people's and of life wishes. And I think that once the public really understands this that there will be a backlash. That's why I'm so grateful that you have is on the show in your talking about this and educating on this topic. It's so important. Yeah. I, you know, I think that's one of the the most harmful things to us is when people don't know what's going on. They don't know who's making decisions the decisions that are going to impact our lives. You know, I think that one of the problems we have is insurance health insurance just health insurance. I don't think it should exist. You know, if we got to a point of universal health care eliminating insurance companies and then being tied to employers. A lot of the issues are going to go away because that's another way that they are controlling women's access to health care because if you work for an employer who is a wholly Roland right winger. They don't want your insurance coverage, which is going to go through your. Or employer? They want to allow make that insurance company deny you coverage for things like a contraceptives and thoroughly abortions and at the same time that they're paying for Viagra for men. Exactly everything time. Right. So this is utterly sexist. What is going on? And you said earlier you mentioned, and you've also talked about this in relationship to the Catholic bishops controlling so much of our healthcare. Religion is not just the Catholics anymore. And I and I am baptized Kennedy. I'm a Catholic. Also, these Evan Jellico is now the Protestants the evangelical Protestants they also made this their top issue or one of their top issues. I'm this religious objection to abortion. That's fine. If your religion tells you that you should not have an abortion fine, don't have an abortion. But for you to deny it to other people that seems as if you're crossing a line that is a constitutional line, but I don't have faith anymore that the supreme court is going to stand up for a secular United States of America. Boy, I couldn't agree with you more. I mean, it's really scary. What's going on? And again, we, you know, I think that the most important thing that we can do is to elect more women to state legislators put more women in office because women have a different point of view a race in a different way..

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