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Remember When California Schools Worshipped Aztec Gods?
"Year, 2021, the state board of education in California. I'm really curious if you remember this. Approved a model curriculum and ethnic studies that included prayers to the Aztec gods. You do remember that? The affirmations, chance and energizers were meant to bring the class together and build unity around ethnic studies principles and values and reinvigorate the class. These include these prayers include the enlarged affirmation and Aztec prayer calling on tezcatlipoca, quetzalcoatl. She be totec and hunab coup. 20 times the names of these Aztec gods are invoked as they are asked to help such things as strength that allows us to transform and renew. So you are now allowed in California to pray to Aztec gods, but not the God of the Bible. Get it? That was, that was prohibited in 1962 by the United States Supreme Court. Any prayer to the God of the Bible who was the God of the universe. These are Aztec gods. The God of the Bible is the God of all humanity, can't get more inclusive than that.
How the Supreme Court Won the Election for Donald Trump
"Now, governor Tate raised, we got a minute left. I want to cover the gun control case. New York's law was struck down. I do not believe Mississippi is one of the 6 other states that had discretion vested in bureaucrats as to whether or not to issue a carry pyramid in the event of someone concerned about their safety. What was your reaction to that decision by the Supreme Court? It's another win for the Second Amendment is another win for the United States Constitution. And that's one of the things that when the former president was elected in 2016, he put people only United States Supreme Court as you'll recall, that was a major issue in that campaign. Decided it. And won him the election, do you agree with me on that? I think that's exactly right. And the president did exactly what he said it was going to do. And what the American people said that they wanted him to do. And that is the appointed people to the court that can read the constitution and they can give the rights back to the people. And to our, in our case and the Dallas case to allow for the elected representatives to allow democracy to work in the case of abortions and other areas. And so I thought it was a great win for and I'm hoping today that the states get another great win in the EPA case because they don't have the authority to regulate and Congress ought to do its job, not EPA, make up rules.
Elizabeth Warren Calls for Packing the Supreme Court
"Look at a Elizabeth Warren. The senator from Massachusetts. The Republicans have been very overt about trying to get people through the court who didn't have a published record on roe, but who they knew wink wink nod were going to be extremists on the issue of roe versus wade. And that is exactly what we have ended up with. This court has lost legitimacy. They have burned whatever legitimacy they may still have had after their gun decision after their voting decision after their union decision. They just took the last of it and set a torch to it. With the roe versus wade opinion. I believe we need to get some confidence back in our court. And that means we need more justices on the United States Supreme Court. There it is. There it is. Saying the quiet part out loud. Pack the court. We got to quickly install about 5 or 6 radical leftist Supreme Court Justices and that'll solve everything
SCOTUS Strikes Down NY Gun Law, Expanding Concealed Carry Rights
"Breaking news today, the United States Supreme Court has a landmark decision. One that will live for quite a long time. God willing, the Supreme Court strikes down New York's gun carrying restrictions. The Second Amendment applies outside of the home the court says a 6 three decision. It is the New York State rifle and pistol association V Bruin. The Supreme Court has officially struck down a New York gun control law that required people to show proper cause to get a license to carry a concealed handgun outside of the home. Marbury versus Madison was a landmark Supreme Court decision that established the principle of judicial review. The idea of judicial review is essential to a constitutional republic. An independent judiciary must be able to strike down laws and statutes that they find to violate the
Rev. James Harden on the String of Pro-Life Pregnancy Center Attacks
"So it seems in a couple days, maybe a couple of weeks, the United States Supreme Court is going to repeal roe versus wade, which would bring abortion, which send abortion back down to the states. It's a state's rights issue. Unfortunately, as this has been rumored because it was illegally leaked, still no arrest because of the leak. We have started to see in a mass amount of violence against pro life centers, across America, firebombing, and vandalism. One of those centers is happen in New York City and the person who runs that is the guy by the name of James R Hardin, reverend James R Hardin, who's the CEO of compass care pregnancy services, and he joins us right now. James, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. It's an honor to be here with you, Charlie. Tell us about what happened to your clinic. Well, about a week ago Tuesday, police and fire rescue responded to smoke coming out of our facility at two 30 in the morning. And they arrived to find broken glass and fire excellent in our facility and on the wall was scrawled Jane was here. A signature kind of trademark for a pro abortion terrorist group called Jane's revenge. James revenge refers to an underground abortion group in Chicago in the 1960s called the janes collective. And so they're not about women's rights. They're not about choice. They're about abortion. Their motto is if abortion isn't safe, then neither are you. And their intent was to shut us down into scare us, but they didn't. We were up and running the very next day. We had to reroute patients out to our Russia facility. Put some hardship in our patients, but we're continuing to serve patients even now. We will stop and we're not
Dana Perino: Dems Have to Take a Stand or Admit Complicity
"On Fox News channel's the 5 yesterday reacting to the news of the arrest of this man from California being formally charged with the attempted murder of a United States Supreme Court Justice. There's a couple things that just happened. First of all, this group Ruth sent us. It's like the westboro baptist church, right? Right. Except for except for one thing and judge, you correct me if I'm wrong, it's illegal to protest at the home of a justice. Yes, it is. Okay, so Ruth sent us is going to go to they were at his house today. They plan to be there tonight. If I was an attorney general of the United States, I'd say to rest them all. And Biden should say, they absolutely should be prosecuted. You can not do this. They have to take a stand tonight, and if they don't take a stand tonight, they are complicit. The other thing is that the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi has been slow walking this bill that passed that Senate unanimously. To protect Supreme Court Justices, why is she doing that fast track it tonight? And if you don't, you're complicit. The third thing is that vice president Harris should come out and try to calm people down. For years, they've been saying that if roe V wade is overturned, that the police patty wagons are going to show up and arrest every woman in sight. Now they're saying that roe V wade, if it's overturned, it's going to kill women. And now you have this person who said, I will have a life's purpose. By killing somebody that they think is so evil, what if Kevin was not even good? What if you voted the other way? They don't know. They are so stupid. Right, it's absolutely absurd and I felt a little emotional about it because I know Brett Kavanaugh for a long time. One of my dearest friends when I worked in The White House. And his wife, Ashley, is lovely. And he has two daughters. Right. His daughters deserve this. Do they deserve to go to school and have to deal with the fact that somebody was going to sneak into their home? And kill them. Yeah. And if you don't do something about it tonight, you're complicit. Yes. If you don't do something about it, Schumer, your complicit.
Will a Reporter Ask Schumer About Inciting Violence Against Kavanaugh?
"Which reporter is going to ask him how it feels to have possibly motivated a man from California to track down Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's home, I wonder how Chuck Schumer feels about his vicious, angry kooky rhetoric. About what will happen if the United States Supreme Court rules in a way that is not favorable towards roe V wade and allows states to determine a woman's right to an abortion, not a federal law, do you remember what Chuck Schumer said? In 2020, after president Trump appointed conservatives to the Supreme Court and the left started freaking out that roe V wade would be struck down, let's take a little stroll together down memory lane. And they're taking away fundamental rights. I want to tell you Gorsuch. I want to tell you, Kavanaugh, you have released the whirlwind. And you will pay the price. You won't know what hit you. If you go forward with these awful decisions, well, where are you today, senator Schumer, now that a man from California, an armed man charged with attempted murder, they're not playing around with this guy. They're not charging him with some kind of low level. They are charging him literally the authorities are convinced that this man was outside Brett Kavanaugh's house with the intention of killing him.
Axios: J. Michael Luttig Expected to Testify for Jan. 6 Hearings
"Jane Michael ludik a former federal judge and lawyer who advised former vice president Mike Pence Is expected to testify in the January 6th select committees public hearings this month axios has learned the committee which has until now been interviewing witnesses behind closed doors revealed little about its plans for the public hearings set to begin next week The desire to showcase luda a judge Lion eyes within the conservative legal movement matches what sources have described as the committee strategy to reach as broad an audience as possible cooling conservatives He was a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the fourth circuit And apparently he was behind the scenes a key adviser to vice president Pence on what he could and couldn't do As the president of the Senate when it came to the counting of electors Now ludig was hated and detested by the Democrats hated and detested by Biden And the others He was often thought of as a possible nominee to the United States Supreme Court But it was also thought an impossible task to get him confirmed because of the Democrat
Pelosi, Schumer Are Inciting Violence Against Justices
"Think Nancy Pelosi of all the Democrat leaders has been the most irresponsible The most irresponsible of many And she's absolutely inciting violence And the sickening irony is that she's behind the January 6th committee With her Democrat and Republican Stooges and staffers Trying to characterize president Trump and his supporters as violent Pelosi is openly Openly promoting violence in my view and she is openly Promoting the undermining of the independence of the United States Supreme Court just as the Democrat leader in the Senate Chuck Schumer Threatened Kavanaugh and Gorsuch It no uncertain terms In no uncertain terms And so I am calling for the Republicans when and if they take control of the house to open an investigation into this entire matter to set up their own committee with no Democrats just Republicans to investigate Nancy Pelosi because there's a common thread in January 6th and what took place this weekend At these violent abortion protests
Mike Davis Explains Just How Huge This SCOTUS Breach of Protocol Is
"Yesterday, we were diving into how the United States Supreme Court has suffered, I guess is the best word to use. And unprecedented leak from who we do not know, we think we know, but the person who is best able to describe this and articulate it is the head of a wonderful organization called the article three project that's article number three project dot org. And it is the terrific Mike Davis Mike. Welcome back to the program. Thank you for having me back on Charlie. So Mike, how are we supposed to make of this? The U.S. Supreme Court is leaking decisions before they happen. First of all, who could potentially do something like this, do we know who probably did this? And if so, what is the proper course of action to hold that person accountable? So I clerked for justice Gorsuch on the Supreme Court and I also served as the chief counsel for nominations on the Senate Judiciary Committee and my part of my portfolio was oversight over the federal judiciary. I have never heard anything like what happens with this leak. I don't think it's ever happens that a draft majority opinion for a Supreme Court case has leaked out prior to the court issuing the opinion, especially in a case this monumental. This is the Dobbs case where it looks like the at least 5, maybe 6 justices on the Supreme Court are going to overturn roe versus wade and Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood versus Casey and return abortion regulations back to the states where it belongs. This is a stunning breach of protocol. Each of the 9 Supreme Court Justices have four law clerks, each of them have generally two to three administrative aids. It is a very small universe of people who have access to these draft opinions and these opinions have to circulate among the justices because they have to work together. They have to collaborate in order to draft majority opinions dissenting opinions and concurring opinions. And if you shatter that trust, if you shatter that secrecy that confidence in the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court can no longer function.
Protecting the Unborn Matters More Than the Potential Political Cost
"Okay, so we're getting some emails, and I was on some text messages this morning with some people that you would recognize. And they said, Charlie, this is a terrible thing for the midterms. The fact that the United States Supreme Court has come in and overturns roe versus wade, this means we are going to lose the Senate and maybe the house. I said, oh, that in a second here. So first of all, let's not get ahead of ourselves. Let's ask ourselves the most important question. Is that the most important thing? Now that matters a lot, putting a check on power is incredibly important. However, I am willing, and I think that you should be willing to say very clearly that the protection of the innocent and the unborn matters more that a potential political cost that might be associated with it. Getting rid of evil, it's going to be tough. It's going to be a fight. However, I reject the premise. Let me just say this though. I reject the premise because I do not believe that this decision will hurt Republicans at all going in November. Now it might help Democrats a little bit with turnout, but if anything, it should give Republicans confidence that when they do actually get Republicans in office, that meaningful things can actually occur.
Dems Have Threatened SCOTUS for Years
"Once again the American Marxist movement creates turmoil for the country The tax another institutional institution of this republic Always shredding the constitution This time it's the Supreme Court But it's actually been the Supreme Court for some time The Democrat party which represents these forces has been threatening the United States Supreme Court now for years It's independence Schumer threatened to justices for which he was never punished They've threatened to pack the court would like minded ideologues And so forth and so on So I want to get into this in some detail What happened to the court and quite frankly roe versus wade and Casey in this whole area
Could Roe v. Wade Truly Be Over? How Will the Left Respond?
"Intensity behind this issue is really something, isn't it? Look, I'm very passionately pro life, obviously. I don't believe in the 1 million plus abortions that happen every single year in our country. I think that's a very simple and moderate perspective. But regardless of your opinions on this on abortion, I'm sure some of you are pro choice and our audience had a lot of you, but okay, that's an opinion out there. This does not outlaw abortion. The simply brings it back to the states. And so, but yet it's such an important part of the Democrat political machine that they have to be able to terminate children in the womb that they found themselves to upend the entire history of the United States Supreme Court leaking this document and trying to create mass protests and media backlash. Look, it's not too far to say, in fact, it's not, it's not on shaky footing to say that the United States Supreme Court is now going to be threatened by activists and media members. You're going to see nonstop New York Times articles. Leak represents a chance for court to correct their draft. This is their last ditch effort to try and preserve abortion in some states like Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky. This is now what they're focusing on.
"united states supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Than three decades after his death pop artist Andy Warhol is everywhere In museum exhibitions Christie's auction house new plays upcoming movies and the Netflix documentary series the Andy Warhol diaries Andy Warhol's greatest work of art is Andy world Genius Art music film Fashion He broke every row of he made you look at things in a completely different way but that's what R is And now the Supreme Court will decide whether Warhol's series of images of rock icon prints made people look at a photograph of the musician in a completely different way Were those paintings a transformative work of art or were they an appropriation of the photograph by Lynn goldsmith joining these intellectual property litigator Terrence Ross a partnered cat and rosenman Warhol's painting of prince was done back in 1984 The lawsuit was just brought in 2019 Tell us about the history of this You know what happened Jim this all arises out of a photograph that Lynn goldsmith took a prince in 1981 that sort of clock prints in a very interesting light and received a lot of recognition at the time A few years later 1984 goldsmith's agent licenses that photograph to Vanity Fair specifically so Vanity Fair and create some secondary artwork for an article they're doing about prints They did not disclose that Andy Warhol was the artist they'd hired to do that but arguably that use was licensed However here's what's happens Andy Warhol then continuing to use the phone graph created 15 other works that were not used in Vanity Fair The apparently were sold and then he passed away three years later the early months in 1987 Link goldsmith contends that the first time she learned of these 15 other works that Andy Warhol had created admittedly based on the photograph from 1981 that she had taken a she says first time he learned that was 2016 And so she calls up by this point Andy or Hong died So is rice are in the Andy Warhol foundation for the visual art So she calls up that Warhol foundation and says hey what's going on here This strikes me as copyright infringement And the foundation rather than negotiating files a lawsuit against her in New York seeking a declaration of that mister Warhol's use back in 1984 her photograph was a fair use and that brings us to where we are today So is it the concept of fair use that's the key issue here The court case was brought in New York federal court and the judge who handled that United States this corporates other district New York made a ruling pre trial that the use minister Warhol made of the photograph was protected by the fair use statute which is section one O 7 of the United States copyright act Miss goldsmith appealed that finding to the second circuit which handles peels out of a southern district New York And the second circuit disagreed with the judgment of the district court and held that it was not a fair use and reversed the foundation has now gone to the United States Supreme Court while it's known as a red assert CRA seeking permission to appeal this decision from the second circuit and just within the last week The United States Supreme Court rant at that research and will hear the appeal sometime next fall Can you simply explain what fair use is Or is it impossible to simply explain it That's true I'll do my best Fair use is a statutory defense against copyright infringement It's actually in the copyright act it provides that a secondary use of a copyright work may be fair if the court considers four factors that are non exclusive factors but their four factors and makes a judgment that the use is appropriate on the statute of four factors are the purpose and character of the use specifically whether it's a commercial use or nonprofit educational use That's a very important factor Second factor is the nature of the copyright at work this is a copyright at work a biography of the famous leader So that's all factual and would get less protection than a wholly fictional work The third factor is the amount of potentiality that was used by the second work So you're using a 100% of the work That's bad for their use defense You're just taking a small tiny clip from out of the movie perhaps That's a better argument that fair use to apply And then the fourth factor is the effect of the secondary use upon the potential market or value of the copyright at work Those are the four factors did not exclusive courts often look at other factors but the purpose here that Congress had in mind and has existed the common law long before the 1976 copyright act was enacted The concept here is that we have to have a safety valve for certain types of uses that society favors wants to encourage but might under overly strict interpretation of copyright infringement And so we have the safety file that allows courts in individual instances to say Now this is a sort of thing we want people to be doing So we're going to allow it under this fair use doctor Because keep in mind the tradeoff that our country gives authors and creators with a copyright is that you get certain limited rights for a limited period of time in order to benefit society as a whole and encourage creation But unlike a patent that copyright is not a monopoly And so that's really what fair use is about Coming up why did the court take this case This is Bloomberg Facebook has invested $13 billion in teams and technology to enhance safety over the last 5 years Over the last few months they've taken down 1.7 billion fake accounts Learn more about their ongoing work at about FB dot com slash safety Even in the time when almost nothing is easy one thing has been effortless And now our most important stories of the morning Accessing the.
Ketanji Brown Jackson Struggles to Define 'Woman' at Hearing
"Such simple questions refuses to answer. It's because of course she went to college and at college there is no fear of God, so there is no wisdom, so she's supposed to be this really smart person when in reality katangi Brown Jackson is a fool. If you can't answer what a woman is, you shouldn't be a teacher, a police officer, let alone on the United States Supreme Court, but that is kind of the pattern that we're putting up with right now, which is the tyranny of these zealots without wisdom. I would pick any plumber electrician welder or member of the muscular class to be on the United States Supreme Court. Against ketanji Brown Jackson. And I would just love to hear the answers from people that work with their hands to say, hey, what's a woman? What? I have to answer that. I mean, come on, it's pretty obvious. Instead, now we have the very simple being made complex, and we have to put up with this and you don't actually. You don't have to put up with this. You're allowed to say this is stupid. In fact, this is one of the strategies of the academics. As they try to make you feel dumb because you think obvious things are true and almost she's like, I'm not a biologist.
Ketanji Jackson-Brown Is Making the Simple Complex
"No better example of someone who is making the simple complex than someone who wants to be on the United States Supreme Court. The unwise individual of catan G Brown, Jackson. Kathy Brown Jackson was only chosen because of her melanin content and her chromosomes. And unfortunately, we now see that if it was a competition or a running or a selection based on whether or not someone understood very basic principles of human existence, katangi Brown Jackson never would have been selected. Now, very simply stated questions that we should be able to agree on as a society have all of a sudden become needlessly complex. And divisive as The New York Times would say. So for example, simply stated questions such as what is a human being? When does life begin? Or what is a woman? All of a sudden are met with kind of repulsion and they're too intimidating. In fact, the foolish zealot of catan G Brown Jackson is almost taken back. She's offended that you would ask such questions.
How Was Ketanji Brown-Jackson Selected as a SCOTUS Nominee?
"Jackson? Well, first of all, let's talk about how katon G Brown Jackson was selected. Brown Jackson was selected not because of her wisdom or because of her interpretation of prior cases or because of her firm rulings or because of her belief in the constitution, she was selected for irrelevant criteria. Joe Biden said it very similarly said, I made a pledge to select a black female to go to the United States Supreme Court. Why does that matter exactly? Why does melanin content matter to your constitutional interpretation? Wherein this beautiful document that I'm holding published by turning point USA, the United States Constitution, where does skin color matter at all in the promise of the constitution or in the promise of the declaration that of course preceded it? We the people of the United States in order to form a more perfect union established justice ensured domestic tranquility provide for the common defense promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of liberty, do to ourselves and our posterity or Dane and establish this constitution for the United States of America. Where does skin color matter at all there?
Chief Justice John Roberts Is 'Hollywood John'
"The fact is that John Roberts the chief of the chief justice of the United States Supreme Court is a phony and a fraud He posed as an originalist But he has become suit orized So He believes that he is leading something bigger than a court and he is interested in his legacy And he's become mush absolute mush His opinions are incoherent There's no coherent pattern to anything he's written and this is what happens when you're on board from the constitution itself I call him Hollywood John because that's what he wants He wants publicity As a moderating force you see on the courtesy really profound chief justice He's not a profound chief justice He's a profoundly idiotic chief justice
Who Is Ketanji Brown Jackson? A Closer Look at Biden's SCOTUS Nominee
"Alex from Ohio says Charlie, can you explain or elaborate on Joe Biden's Supreme Court pick? So in the midst of all this, as Ukraine is being invaded and we've spent a considerable amount of warranted time on that, by the way, there's a lot happening in our own country that we can not and should not lose sight of. So Joe Biden in the midst of all this suspiciously decides that just announce his Supreme Court pick while all this is happening. And so it is a woman in black woman as he promised by the name of catan G Brown, Jackson. And so far, there are many people that are very happy about this. On the left, the Fox News dot com article says katangi Brown Jackson's nomination to the Supreme Court delights progressives. She was a public defender, and we're diving into her background. She's described as a rather progressive individual. We don't have a lot of evidence to show that yet, I'm sure it's there, but the media is not really diving into her, but I guarantee you in the next coming days and weeks, there will be oppo dump after oppo dump of everything that she has said before. But here's a couple right here. In 2019, she used the Russian collusion hoax as an excuse to justify mandating that former White House counsel Don McCann testify before the House judiciary committee. More than two decades ago, Breyer apprenticed that Breyer pendas penned an amicus brief for the national abortion rights league, Nero, and other organizations that killed babies in the womb. In support of a Democrat backed law that prevented pro life protesters from congregating outside abortion facilities. Continues, Cory bush, who is a radical anti American leftist from Missouri, says this quote 233 years. That's how long we have waited to have a black woman nominated the Supreme Court. Judge katangi Brown, Jackson is a form of public defender with a record of standing up for justice. There are no words to describe how my soul is moved by witnessing her nomination. Now let's just stop here. First of all, what is a woman? I want to ask Cory bush, what is a woman? Why does it matter? I thought womanhood is complete, according to Cory book, men can become pregnant. The same people that are celebrating Brown Jackson coming to the Supreme Court should remind themselves that clarence Thomas is also on the Supreme Court, one of only two black men if I remember correctly, two black men ever to serve on the United States Supreme Court yet it's complete silence from the left on that interesting.
"united states supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Also the fake impeachment show trial. It's a fake impeachment because there isn't actually an officeholder to impeach. It's a show trial because the chief justice of the United States Supreme Court, which is mandated by the Constitution, is not going to be presiding over and over a trial. It's Senator Pat Leahy instead. Not. None of this is anything except theater. It's theater. For what? Well, I think it's theater so that nobody's paying attention to the wrecking ball. That is the first five days of the bite administration. Closing off the opportunity to create 60,000 jobs. Canceling the Keystone XL pipeline canceling border enforcement with now a massive migrants surge of the southern border of the United States. Essentially sticking our thumb in the face of great Britain. Attempting to alter the outcome of their Brexit vote because Janet Yellen doesn't happen to like the fact that the UK is decided to try to break free. We'll talk about Paris agreement all of these things well, I mean, we'll talk about it on this program. Everybody else is going to be talking about the show trial. The impeachment show trial again, not an officeholder available to impeach We don't even have anyone presiding over the trial that is actually qualified under the United States Constitution, But don't let that get in the way. Of Ah, good, political hit piece. We're gonna take a break here on the program. Dr J. Richards will join me next. We're gonna talk about that testing that has gone so wonky. We'll also talk about the vaccine problems with the vaccine and a steadfast commitment by the press. Not to ever report on anything bad that has happened because of government intervention regarding covert..
"united states supreme court" Discussed on V103
"Ms and Tripp. Thanks, guys. And it is an trip of the news. And, yes, people have begun getting vaccinated against the coronavirus in both the US and Canada and tomorrow the FDA is going to consider another vaccine. This one made by Moderna so we would have You know if it's approved Madonna and five other vaccines out there, so a lot of folks would be able to get vaccines rather quickly. Members of the electoral college in all 50 States and the District of Columbia wrapped it up and made it official yesterday. 55. Knows zero. I have nine votes cast for Donald J. Trump. The electors have concluded their business. Please hold up on Lee your ballots. I am pleased to announce that Joseph R. Biden has received 16 votes for President The United States S O. Joseph Biden will be inaugurated next month as the nation's 46 president with Senator Camelot, Harris's vice president. The president elect addressed the national leg electoral vote tally on once it was official. He talked about the unprecedented legal maneuvers about 80 of them that Donald Trump and his supporters have been employing 126 Republican members of the Congress actually signed on to a lawsuit asked the United States Supreme Court to reject Certified vote counts in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, an effort by elected officials to try to get the Supreme Court to hand the president's you do. A candidate lost the Electoral College. Lost the popular vote and lost each and every one of the states whose votes they were trying to reverse its position so extreme We've never seen it before. But Biden says that all of Trump's legal motions of actually demonstrate the strength and resiliency of the nation's democracy and that he needs that we need to come together and just kind of turn the page on this all type of thing. Later stay, though, Mr Biden traveled to Georgia to urge Democrats to come out for two critical special elections elections that could wrest control of the U. S Senate away from Mitch McConnell and the Republican Party. Early voting started there yesterday. It runs through December. 31st in some counties, and the actual election date is January 5th. He felt Trade Commission ordering Facebook, Amazon Twitter and six other text firms to reveal what kind of data they've been collecting on Americans. Theo FTC demanding the tech companies show exactly how that information is being used. How a chase of people see on social media every day, and the order also includes TIC Tac Snapchat. What's act read it. And even Google because they say that they're selected monopoly and they really sledding things for the American people. Finally, today is cute Kitty Day. Oh, that wasn't too cute..
"united states supreme court" Discussed on KGO 810
"Chris Krebs, who's now has had his life threatened and has now filed a civil lawsuit against Jennifer. And that little news outlet and the Trump campaign because he's been friend he's had to move from this house. Look at the Lady and the Jennifer to Jennifer was a person and said that right that zoot and real Republican hero So there are a lot of Republicans heroes to this. You know, I was there in the government during the Reagan administration. I met a lot of Republicans who were utterly stand up people. I mean, you know, I don't Obviously the You know the gym, Jordan's and the mat. Get Gates of the world, you know, and Louie Gohmert, there's some others. But half of the members of the House of Representatives. The Republican members signed off on this. We have a problem. They have both and cowardice, their profiles in cowardice and a personal ambition. Their calculation is that Trump will be around long enough to do their electoral chances unless they slay viciously. You know what the expression is kisses the I've inciting this brief. There's the lawyer in his right mind. You would have died on this brief. I would have joined it. These attorneys general in the 17 or 18 states. Are responsible for enforcing voting rights laws. Is that frightening? They're responsible for enforcing a large ship in another district. It's unbelievable. And yet they joined this. This is not a close call. This is a frivolous, fantastical mad venture in the United States. Supreme Court. Um so let me ask you this. Eyes this the end. I mean, they vote on Tuesday. So obviously, if the Supreme Court uh first of all, if they hear it, I'll be incredibly disappointed. Even if even if they come out with a you know a 90 Smackdown the fact that there That you know that So many Republicans are so freaking stupid that they cannot read. Um, you know, from really bright intellectuals who have Looked at this and made it this plane in a zoo. You possibly can. How This was a fair election and all of the Republicans as you mentioned before, and all of these states that were working that didn't sheet that didn't see cheating that came forward and said, You know where Republicans we voted for Donald Trump. But it didn't happen. I mean, he's calling them liars, But you know, you look at look at somebody like look at somebody like Ted Cruz. Um Trump came out and said his wife resembled a cow. On D came out and he talked all tough. You know, You don't say that. Nobody talks about my family like that. And then he was. You know, we all saw him banging the gavel, saying that Trump shouldn't have been removed from office in the Senate during the impeachment process. Hey, said that Donald Trump lies whenever he talks. He's always lying. They know it. So this is this makes them even. They're not real believers. There are horse They are holding out with apologies to our horse. Hey, Cruz and Lindsey Graham. It's comical. I mean, if it weren't so scared. It's comical it What was it? Jeb Bush says You can't insult your way to the White House. Well, talk prove that rug and he insulted these people now who are kissing his behind? He wants Chris to argue. It's fantastical case in the Supreme Court as though it's ever going to be accepted up there. But, you asked, Is this really the end of it Monday, the Electoral College is going to officially vote. I think it's going to be 306 votes. I don't think they're going to be faithless electors. There was a U. S Supreme Court case earlier this year on that you cannot see a faithless elector for what? I was worried that Trump would try to really intimidate some of those electors. I don't think that he has a momenta in to do that anymore. I think he's too worried that he would be sent to prison for that, along with other things, if you really try to physically intimidate himself. Electors. So those all right 306 votes and then I think that you know, there's a State harbor. There's nothing that Congress is allowed to do about it. I mean, there are laws and the steak Harbor is a law that the Congress can't question. So I think we'll be nothing they can do. There's a kiss kicking around from Pennsylvania. They're going to try to get certain for it In a couple of weeks, I get it to the Supreme Court. They argued it so poorly. The lawyers for Trump were so inept they didn't even ask for the right remedy. So I think even if they won, the remedy would be to be mad at somewhere. None of it would affect January 20 light in that house will be sworn in. Okay, David, let me ask you something. So they're talking to David Katz, attorney here in the California former prosecutor. Um if the Constitution says they have to vote on the 14th, okay? Um, I think it's the first Monday of the second week or the third week. Yeah, this it's the second Monday of the month. Um, so if they vote if they what if they don't vote? What if something Interferes with some of the states being able to vote like, say that you know some of his militia show up and and and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, or they show up in Madison, Wisconsin. And interfere with the electors being able to do this. Can they vote the next day? What would be the case and something like that? Number one. I don't think it invalidates it. If there were let's say there was a huge storm or all the electric one out. They would vote the next day. Also, these governors now are used to this. I think they were taking a little by surprise by the ferocity of these, um You know these Patriots types these so called Patriot types. These militia got terrorists. They're white supremacist terrorists. Right, but they're not surprised anymore. So I think by now they have the National Guard at the ready. They have the local police. I don't think you know the election ended up being remarkably undisturbed by a crowd voice and all the other people we were worried about. We actually had a very calm election, which was very good under the circumstances because I thought Trump was gonna use that. As a way to bootstrap. You know some advantage, so no, I think that they will actually vote those days. I think some of the voting is virtual. Anyway. They're not going to interfere with that. They're going to run. He's gonna raise more money. Believe it or not, is that arm raised more money? He's going to try to come up with some other challenges and is wanted. He could raise money. He raised money with Trump University. Look at all the scams he raised money with. Why would he not? Time where you can get 100 some Congress members to back him, and he can yell that big stolen and it's the rig. This is what he was planning to do in 2016. But surprisingly, he won by so little in the electoral college that I say one last thing. Everybody bashes the electoral college, okay? Electoral College does stop a little bit this kind of tomfoolery because he could only steal the vote in one state. Right. So whatever, Texas like Texas all voted for Trump Really none of their business. What happened in those other states to write many reasons, But one of them is that all they could lose. All that gonna lose is that state? Can you imagine if you had a popular vote, and you could win by two million and all the sudden Texas said, Oh, wait a second. We did this. He did that. The machines were all fouled up. 2.5 million. We can't really prove it. But guess what? We just certified $2.5 million The new wicked boy five million votes for the new winner. That's the fear of voting by some national. You read that if you like that we really would be screwed in a way that we don't get screwed when each state votes by itself. I know there's other problems with the electoral college. But that's what a little bit of a safeguard right here electoral colleges and changing anytime soon. People need to realize this. The Republican Party. And this is amazing. Stat Republican Party has not has won the popular vote once for presidency and 32 years once and that was in 2004, and they ambushed barely wanted then. So in 32 years, the Republican Party has been able to muster the majority of the Americans behind their vision once in 32 years. So there's something fundamentally wrong with them. And I think it's the way that they favor the rich and the 1%. And we've seen it Now. This is what this is all about. David Katz. Thank you, my friend. Please stay well and let's talk again. That's not so long. Next time, right? Late today with your chip, and you be well, happy holidays..
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"Penn Fed injured by NC Away This is a 60 am Thea answer. Hey, Welcome back to James. Take your life will take your policy of people but questions it on YouTube, the people holding on the on who are called into the broadcast as well. But one came in super chatter Rob from YouTube, he said. What about Foster versus love? A Supreme Court case and on election mechanics Does that have to do with that impact anything with this case, So, Harry, we research that for Rob Let's give the answer. Well, Essentially, the answer is no. But it's important to provide some background. The question in that loop Louisiana case was whether or not the state law the state Open primary law violates the federal statutes that established a uniformed federal election day. Essentially the first Tuesday after the first Monday of the month s O in Louisiana, they would hold their open primary. In October. And so, ah, unanimous. United States Supreme Court held that that approach to federal elections does in fact violate federal election law. But I don't think it has any impact on the outcome of the litigation pending before the United States Supreme Court Let's go ahead and take some calls. Yeah, let's go. Let's go. And I'm gonna go write the orders to Chema and South Carolina online for thanks for holding on to keep me you're on the air. How you doing? Um, the questions The Supreme Court has the right to Based on discretionary power. Now this case you've kind of answered it while I was waiting. I'm asking again. The Supreme Court. Can I Just that portion about the injunctive declaratory relief. And if so, does Accepting of the case and saying that the forces gotta respond to that. Okay. Me that the Supreme Court accepted the case? Yes. No, Look, it's it's a multi. That's a good really good question, And it's a multi step process. So a couple things happened yesterday. Pencil. There was another Pennsylvania case where Congressman Mike Kelly father case the court denied Justice Lito ask for briefing. Case got in the numbers it was inside was accepted for filing of request for briefing the briefing schedule went out, they responded, and then the court when it was circulated to all nine justices denied the preliminary injunction. That case would have been maybe outcome determine it for Pennsylvania. But it would have not been outcome determinative for the election. In this case, it is outcome determinative for the election because of the four states named but again, it's the same process. The court accepted the filing so it it's an official case before the court. They have request we found when I say we, the state of Texas filed their brief. The president may be filing a swell this afternoon that was filed. Maybe the court then asked for the four states to respond by Thursday at three o'clock at which time a lot of things could happen, they could ask for reply brief. They could grant the orders. They could set it up for oral argument. They could deny the case. So at that point issues joint Yes, I'll be. There we go. So I would try to answer these questions for people really good questions coming in to Matt in New York on line two men. Thanks for hold on. You're on the air. No problem. Thank you. My question is in regard to Texas versus four states Can the Supreme Court have different rulings per state, and it's so What, exactly what That means for the other ones, But no, I mean, sure. I mean, you've sued for states and Andy, they could come up with four separate. Port, different positions. Yeah, I mean, do you look at each state and you look at the allegations that were made by Texas against each state and you can say, well, California, Pennsylvania's election was conducted in accordance with the Constitution. Georges was not Michigan's was which it Wisconsin's was not So they could do that. Or they could say they were all constitutionally infirm, and therefore the legislatures have to make the decision on the slate of electors. So there's a lot of options. The Supreme Court has Yeah, exactly. Right. Every we're going to start getting this if a very quickly at the court because tomorrow the states have to respond Friday will be a very big day as well. And we'll kind of know if it's gonna how how and if it will continue At the Supreme Court. Let's go toe Michael in California. Like what? Hey, Michael. Either. So I wanted to ask. The question is that we're talking about two main remedies, one of not sending any electors, or else having to send different electors. So who makes the determination of which remedy is that the Supreme Court or Is it the state? Then? Um, well, hey, Let's answer your first question for first because I think this is the one They're not going to say Don't send electors know they're going to sit in back to the statement. I think the first option is this. You sending back the state Legislature? What Texas said. Is that of course, if those legislatures can't Handle this. Then it goes to Congress. That's what you know, and that is the law. The court's not gonna, uh, disagree with that. So the state legislatures will get the first crack at doing this seating new electors. Choosing new electors. If a couple of them have problems with it, though, and no one is to 70, and we didn't go to Congress that that's how it works, Michael So again, the court is gonna be very careful about that. I'm going to say how you have what electors you have to choose gonna pick and they're not going to say what standard you have to use, but they if they get to that point What they have said. For each of those states. Let's say it was all four states is that you conducted your election illegally in your state. S o. Your state Legislature is to get involved because the executive branch of your state or did things that were wrong and the judicial branch and so your election is illegal. You see new electors that and then then it's the opportunity if they can actually get that done it If not, and we put that out with that it would then go to Congress. Let's go back to those again. Sarah in Tennessee Online five, he stare welcome to J Secure alive. Afternoon, I live in a Tennessee joined a lot of people on social media and caught happy the opposite. Ever Governor Billy in addition to compromising his office and his agency by phone Obviously we're asking that Our state joined the lawsuit again between states and questions. And I got the impression that they don't have much interest in this and how many of us are disappointed? That our state is not involved. I'm sure I did. A lot of states are trying to figure out this is a business not normal. This is not normal, kid. You know, this is an original jurisdiction case with briefing that was scheduled for you know, 36 hours later, after the initial filing, and you know, they're states have said we were going to intervene. We still haven't seen exactly what How they want to interview isn't amicus brief. They actually gonna ask to become a party is the president. What President? How is he going to intervene as well? A. Z has said he indicates to do so. I think that there's a whole slew of states. If this gets far along enough, the process dead. If it gets far along enough the process. It would be like the DOJ filing a brief. Yeah, I mean, if the American Center for Long look if the court says Gave an opportunity for amicus participation right? I could see US filing a brief in support of Tennessee and other states would add on briefs as well on the constitutional issue, so It's kind of how I see it happen. Let me ask you to do something. If you're on we're brand new to you to move in on you two for a long time aspires. The live aspect of it goes. This is in the last couple of really since the election. We've got over 40 almost 43,000. We're watching right now. We want you to subscribe. It's really important that you subscribe to the page. So take the subscribe button and then hit the bell next door. So you get notifications when we go live, which Is this time every day, but there are other times as well. You may be watching this tape delayed on rumble subscribe again there do the same thing with Facebook. 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"And given the fact that obviously I wasn't on Thursday or Friday. It's my first opportunity to comment on it. The city of New York has been restricting religious service attendance. This case went to the United States Supreme Court. You talk about a significant test of the Constitution. The Constitution grants us The ultimate religious liberty, it says. Right in the first Amendment that we have the front of the right to exercise our religion freely. Doesn't say a lot of but not under this circumstance that circumstance of the other circumstance. So when you have a pandemic going on Had a government tell you that you cannot exercise your religion. Is the interest of public safety, one that trumps the ability of people to attend a church at whatever terms they want. This has been questioned. It was constant as well. When the virus has issued his locked out orders this percentage that percentage the other percentage again. This is not a question of whether or not the church can on its own restrict attendance. In the government order a church To make rules about who can and cannot attend. I'm going to share with you. How the United States Supreme Court ruled on this at why, in a moment 606 NEWS talk 11 30. Wh It's time for rapid traffic from Lynch GM superstore in.
"united states supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Of putting an activist Democrats State Supreme Court. In power, and they have used that power. Um a are wrong, People say very illegally or or unconstitutionally and listen when, when many of the things that an activist state Supreme Court decide. When they come up to this United States Supreme Court. You never know. I mean, sometimes it depends on the precedent. It depends on what the Supreme Court over the years has allowed other state supreme courts to do And sometimes they just put it back to the Legislature to work out when it comes to something with regard to selecting the process to select the members of the Electoral College, which is Articulated very specifically in the United States Constitution as to who has the power to do that on? This is not something where there's a whole lot of president. The Supreme Court has not ruled often on this. So one suspects that it will you tell me are the people in Pennsylvania are the smart guys who know how things go in Pennsylvania? Are they looking to that? Participation of the state Supreme Court as one of the primary focus is of a potential legal battle here. Yeah, absolutely. All right. There's there's there's There's seven points that says that they're looking at. But that is absolutely one of the top one. And it'll be interesting. I don't really have any Understanding as to where this does, but I'd even you know, I've talked to Democrats and independent voters, and they're concerned as well. Even if they didn't vote Trump they know eventually this kind of Unchecked power by a Supreme State Supreme Court is dangerous period on day, so that's sort of where just your regular person is looking at this and they don't like that sort of thought that their interference by them in in our process, let's war gamed this out real fast. Selina's You know, because one of the remedies considering the fact that ballots have been separated from their envelopes, and it's possible that they haven't been segregated as Supreme Court ordered the late coming of ballots and every and other scenarios the Supreme Court one of the remedies could be for the US Supreme Court to put this back in the hands of the Legislature, which does have the constitutional power to select the electors. Do you foresee that? I mean, who are these men and women in the Pennsylvania Legislature? Would they dare to step up and say We don't have confidence and how this went down? We are going to choose These electors and they will elect Donald Trump. I don't They don't even know the Republicans. How's the majority? Um, I don't think that they would. Um, I mean, I I interviewed the state with the Senate majority leader about that possibility several months ago, and he said, no, you no way will go by the will of the people. We're not going to go by the will of our political party like he said. The most important thing is just let this play out legally. Andre Chance with transparency agreed, agreed. I think that Said. That's the most important thing. I went into this rate telling you, I think I was on this with you on Election Day that Pennsylvania's a jump ball. And those exactly what it turned out to be, And I think that's why people want to make sure that every legal vote didn't count in Salina Zito is our guest. She, of course at the Washington Examiner as their national political reporter, and your latest column really does sort of speak to something that I've been discussing over the last several days when one really zooms out and doesn't just look at the presidential election. Although I think this messages in the presidential election as well, But when you look at how America let their voice be heard as the country, forget about this being a blue wave. This actually was a lean to the center right in this nation. Was it not Selena? Absolutely. It reminds me very much everyone's old enough to remember this the election of 2004 or George W. Bush did with the presidency, but he lost House seats. And that was the beginning of the wave that ended up peeking in 2006. And so what we see here in this election? I think it's so important off and I have a serious stories about this from Michigan from Pennsylvania from Ohio on all across the country, the country became Lord sense. You're right. How they voted for assistance I or they voted for former vice President Joe Biden. But they also they did think Off our ordinated another word, not the state. But they also made sure that down ballot they placed Republicans is power. And here's why this is so important. Because I think about all the culture, cultural pressure in particular suburban voters self you know they couldn't walk down the street without there being a signed in their neighbor's yard That said, you know, hate has no place here. They couldn't open up their phones without an advertisement being on any one of the absence of a You telling them the exact same thing. They couldn't watch a football game without being lectured. They couldn't you know, whatever they did, there were pressure coming at them from all places, but college educated, affluent suburban voters. So did Republican And and and it does speak, especially when you look at not just the House of representatives, where the Republicans predicted to lose 5 to 10 seats in their in their minority, thus giving the Democrats even more room to work with. It was actually quite the opposite. But most predictions were that the United States Senate would swing Tol Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's direction there and again we're looking at best of 50 50 Senate. Or depending on how these two run offs in Georgia go, Mitch McConnell might be sitting pretty much where he is right now, with a slim majority that brings us to Joe Mansion. You spoke with the senator of West Virginia and boy he threw a lot of cold water on some of the Dreams and aspirations of the Democrats. Should they actually get that? 50 50 split with Kamila Harris Breaking the tie, didn't he? Absolutely did And you know, I mean, Joe Manchin. But he came into office and 2 2010 he came for he was the West Virginia, West Virginia. Of the time, the Democrats held the governor's office Lieutenant governor's office. All the row offices statewide elected row offices. Don't you have a Senate seat and all Congressional states and 10. Years later, there was a massacre downtown. It's in West Virginia, and for the first time in 92 years Of a Republican, won the treasurer's office. Every single state, with the exception of Hiss is Republican, and there's barely a house seat for a delicate state Left or Senate seat or delicate seat left in the state that has a D after it. So I think he is probably more aware than than other senators on his more culturally connected to his home state than perhaps a lot of other senators who become more entrenched in Washington. Life and lifestyle. But you know, he said, Wait, wait. Don't help people enough. Is that we have their back, You know, And he said, you know, essentially Twitter. And what happens on the cable news? Dr. What? What the campaign slogans are and that's not the things that people care about Selena, you know, just confirmed for me quickly, because I just want to make sure everyone hears this. He said. Hell, no. I won't be a vote in favor of doing away with the filibuster. And hell, no, I will not be a vote in favor of stacking the court, right? Is that that were Joe Manchin stands at this moment. Yeah, Absolutely So given that let's let's let's play this out for a minute. Let's say the Democrats put all their efforts and they're gonna put unbelievable resource is in the winning those two run offs in Georgia. If that happens, you've got a 50 50 split. And Kamila Harris is the tiebreakers. So ostensibly the Democrats have the majority. If Joe Manchin is going to stand in the way of the most important pieces of reform or legislation from the Democrats perspective, Of course, I don't consider it reform. But if Joe Manchin is going to be that guy that says no to the Democrats, why not just flip to Republican Join Mitch McConnell give McConnell the majority. That if you're gonna obstruct the Democrats, why not be part of the majority Joe mansion so he can actually be a chairman of a committee and have all the things that go with the majority? You know, he was asked that question. I think you said about 232 times a day, and I think Part of it is stubbornness..
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"A truck accident or motorcycle accident. Give us a call at 559498 8000, or if you've been arrested or cited for criminal offence, call us weak and help 559498 8000 Capitan Brothers. We are the valley's law firm. Well on the show today, one of my one of my favorite guys seriously one of the most well dressed dapper jurists I've ever seen. My whole career as an attorney. He's the senior partner at Wayne, Jer Jones and Hell's Lee. He is Thief, former United States District Court judge for the Eastern District of California, and he is also a personal friend of mine. Judge Oliver Winston Ranger. Welcome, Judge Ranger. Good to see you. Good to be him. Thank you very much. Judge. Hey, I'll tell you what it is. It is exciting to have you here during this time because things are so crazy in the United States and I wanted to have someone with your background. Who, Because of your many years on the federal bench, I thinkyou would land great insight to matters regarding the lead legal ramifications from this new election and also from the appointment of Ah Me, Comey bear it to the Supreme Court. So I appreciate you coming here. I see on the desk that you've done your homework, which I would expect no less of you. Has to be done. It has to be done. But as you stated right before we jumped on the air Judge, you just did you said you read an average of 1000 pages per week. Truth And is it because you're going through legal cases and in your legal briefs for you to have some free time where you actually read for fun? There is no free time. Ah, you know, I want to talk to you about that, too. But I'm gonna get right to it so that we could maybe fold up some of the legal briefs. Ah, little bit later. Her and maybe just talk personally, which I love to do with you. And we've been friends for a long time. So one of the issues that I asked you to Teo talk to us about is what happens. On January 20th 2021 when there's no winner declared if there's no winner declared of this new presidential election that's coming out under the 20th amendment. If at that time. There has been no resolution of the election, then. Remember, We have to go back to Congress because this is important. All of the house. Are all reelected every two years and so essentially on the third of January there out of office. More than for the president and the vice president under the 20th amendment. As of the 20th of January there out of office, right? And so what happens is that there are At least two, possibly three. If you will alternatives. The first is that Quite frankly, the Completion of the balloting and the if you will Analyzing of all the ballots is done, and then the election goes forward. Separately. However, there is a requirement as we know 41 days for the Electoral college to be appointed. For you here. Oh, Andy Neiman considerably later or not appointed, Then you cannot have a new president Nora, Vice President and the 41 Day starts at the time of the election at the time. Time of the election, And so it is up in December, right? Frankly, okay. Yeah. And if the electric if the electoral college basically declares a pro president, the winner um and January before January, 20 sen that ends it, right. Yes, It does, however, remember Bush versus Gore, where the electoral college didn't Essentially do what they were supposed to do it, and in that case, the United States Supreme Court had to deal with it. They did deal with it, and when, essentially originally, Gore said he won four said he won. They went to court. He went up to the United States Supreme Court, the Supreme Court said. We're done. The college didn't vote, and it is Bush in the end of it. And so it is Bush by popular idol. I don't know if he had won the popular vote. It was a bush by popular vote or was a bush by the electoral count. I mean, if the electoral College doesn't make a declaration, how does how does it who declares the winner? They cannot and it had to be by the vote, and that's how it was counted. Really? Yes. Okay, Let's say now The Electoral college doesn't declare the winner and by that time because of all the craziness that's going on with the ballots and the The mail in ballots, etcetera. They haven't come to a final count who then becomes the president, United States. I think it's unprecedented, so well, there is an interim and that is that The How's Leader OK? Would be Pelosi and people accept. If, for instance, The they passed and there was no election that was decided by the third of January and they're not there. And so you know where she could not become. She would become the acting president, but she would be replaced after that, because they would have to resolve then the ultimate election so that it comes to a point where if all the votes have not been counted, their term is up on January 3rd. Their term ends, and there's no Conger out of. That's right. There are no no, there is a Senate. Because 35 of the senator's right are no longer but there are 65 of them who are still in there, and they will stay in and they run. And then what happens is normally when the Pro TEM, who is had been the vice president. But now you have to take the senior member of the Senate. That person becomes the acting president and that person until there is a resolution, So let me step back. So to clear it up. The process of succession for the presidency is if the president is not there than the incapacity, whatever lies the vice president and then after that, the speaker of the House Right. But that didn't know that not know normally in the election year doesn't happen regularly. Right? So what you're saying, though, is if the election hasn't been decided, which includes the members of the House of Representatives and the senator's There's still 35 members of the Senate still or they're still members of the Senate. That the next succession then becomes the leader of the Senate. Senior member of the Senate becomes the acting really interesting? Yes. Have we ever gotten close to that? I mean, do you know?.
"united states supreme court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"So we've got the latest on the campaign where the president was where Joe Biden was yesterday. What's expected down to the wire his Michael Bauer from our 24 7 networking, Michael Hey and run. Looks like we're gonna have a very full week this week. For both of these candidates making stops in states that are becoming battleground states or at least important states for them to win like we haven't really seen George have become a battleground state. Since Wayne's world was the most popular movie in the country in 1992, But that's exactly where Joe Biden is heading today because it's such a tight race between he and President Trump there. Meanwhile, you're gonna have President Trump in Lansing, Michigan. This happening that he's going to make stops. In places like Nebraska and Wisconsin, all while the Minnesota Department of Health said yesterday that at least three outbreak of the deadly Corona virus can be traced back to Trump campaign events held back in September. So Biden trying to make a point yesterday by having a small, unannounced Ah campaign stop in Pennsylvania after he had been campaigning in Pennsylvania all weekend. To say, Look, I'm trying to keep these things to not be super spreader event. I don't want that to happen. Even former President Obama was in Florida yesterday did a drive in movie theater type of campaign stop. And that seems to be the move for the Democrats in this particular race. Meanwhile, President Trump is setting up the next batch of rally that will be in Nevada and in Arizona. Come tomorrow. So this is going to be the last big push. We're one week away from Election night. You're going to see Joe Biden making a number of stops. He made the announcement yesterday hitting Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio on Election Eve. There's a lot of different places. Amazingly enough. Both candidates seem to have left space in their schedules, at least at this point to make stop in places that need to be visited on some level more than just a flyover, state or city on some level that they need to be in if they need to be in there before Election Day, so places like Texas places that could have a large impact on electoral votes. And also we're tight races right now are places that both of these candidates could very well stop between now and a week from tonight. Okay? Busy times has would come down the stretch. Michael, Thanks so much. Got a problem. You two It's eight minutes after six o'clock Now it's official, Amy Kuney Barrett, the newest associate justice on the United States Supreme Court. As expected, the Senate voted 52 to 48 to confirm Barrett. To the high court yesterday, and within hours she was sworn in on the South Lawn of the White House by Justice Clarence Thomas, the first of two swearing in sessions. So the Supreme Court has this new member Who's Fox's Jarod help earn a divided Senate confirmed Judge Amy Cockney Barrett is the Supreme Court's 115th justice, the A's or 50 to the Naser 48 president pro TEM of the Senate Republican Chuck Grassley announced the final tally the nomination of Amy Cockney Bird of Indiana. To be an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States is confirmed. No Democrat voted for confirmation Main, Susan Collins was the only Republican voting No. Barrettes confirmation is expected to tilt the court to the right with a 6 to 3 Conservative majority in Washington. Jared Halpern Fox news. So while Democrats maintain Barrett will unravel all the social protections that Are in place justice barrettes in her first remarks that it's important that judges remain outside this way of politics, and she ended. The judges must also resist making rulings based on politics, saying that Making political decisions would be a dereliction of duty. She suggested politics should remain the job of elected lawmakers. As for what's next, she's goingto get get to work little bit later on today. After the Chief Justice John Roberts administers the judicial oath. I don't know if Jared Kushner stepped in it yesterday or not. The president Trump's son in law and White House senior adviser was strongly criticized after he said that black people have to quote want to be successful. He made the comments during a Fox news interview in which he said Trump's policies can help those in the black community quote. Break out of the problems that they're complaining about. But he can't want them to be successful more than they want to be successful, also charged that many speaking out against police brutality and racial discrimination after George Floyd's death were quote just virtue, signaling saying they go on instagram and cry. Or they would, you know, put a slogan on a jersey or write something on a basketball court. Now among those who were highly critical of Kushner's words, Democratic representatives Ron bearer of Virginia, he said. Few in U. S history have been given is much wealth or power without having to earn a thing as Jared Kushner and will remember his casual racism, while Barbara Lee of California said Quote Jared Kushner is the face of white privilege and nepotism. He's the last person that should be lecturing the black community on the value of hard work. It's now 10 minutes after six o'clock, and this time they hit the road ways once again. And get into the traffic center with Jon Hamm. But this report is brought.
"united states supreme court" Discussed on WDRC
"In the third day of the confirmation hearings for her spot on the United States Supreme Court, and this is the Lars Larson, Joe. Glad to be with you on a Wednesday night. Always glad to take your calls. I played that entire sound bite because I wanted you to hear Both the question by Democrat member of the United States Senate, Dick Durbin from Illinois and her answer to it, which I thought thoroughly humanized Judge Amy Cockney Barrett if she hadn't been already by her own testimony by her actions, by the way that she has appeared in public, because because for a great many of the American public I've never read about Amy Cody Baird probably never heard of her before. A few weeks ago, when President Trump nominated her for the open spot on the United States Supreme Court. They get their first view of somebody through this lens by seeing them in the confirmation hearings, which are a fairly artificial kind of setting. Ah, whole bunch of political folks. Including Democrats, who are not anxious to ask her questions about her qualifications or about how she's ruled in other cases, But instead, most of the Democrats seem to want to give campaign speeches from the diocese and not actually inquire of the judge at all. But I thought Dick Durbin Might have been trying not to humanize or make Judge Baird look better. I think he might have been trying to put her in a box and say, I mean, I asked you about George Floyd, the man who died in Minneapolis in police custody. Now the man who, apparently according to a non topsy had a lethal level of fentanyl in his body, so it may be that the police have Now been accused in his death may in fact, be innocent In that case, why? Because they didn't kill him. He was already effectively dead because of the lethal level of fentanyl he had in his body. But that's a discussion for another day. Had she seen the video. Did she see the picture of Derek Show Vin, a police officer with his knee on the man's neck, and she said, yes. And I thought her answer was absolutely appropriate. Anyway. Welcome to the program. Glad to have you on board. There's a lot going on tonight. We now know that Not only did Donald Trump and Melania Trump have China virus, but Baron Trump had as well, although all three are doing just fine at this point, and, as the president says he is a most Likely He is now immune from the disease. I know a number of you have said, Well, what if he gets it a second time? There have been a few people who get it a second time, but have also pointed out to you. It seems to be relatively rare the same way it does. If you look it up mumps I've had months before I could never get it again. Except there. People who do get it again. But it's very rare. There are people who get measles again. Very rare. There are people who get chicken box again, very rare. So you don't make the rules and you don't make assumptions about diseases based On the outlier examples. You make those decisions based on what is most likely to happen. In the most likely case, Donald Trump is now immune to the China virus, which makes it all the more telling that the Democrats do not want to schedule another presidential debate between basement Joe Biden and Donald Trump, because Trump mopped the floor with him. The last time the two appeared on the stage, the only presidential debate Between Joe Biden, Donald Trump, and there is not likely to be another one. In fact, they're planning at this point to have town halls, one with Joe Biden won with Donald Trump on the same night. It'll be interesting to see whether or not Joe Biden has asked any questions at all about his son's business dealings since we now know tonight, thanks to a great report by The New York Post, which got ahold of emails that show that number one. Joe Biden did know about his son's business dealings in Ukraine that earned Hunter Biden millions of dollars for holding a post He had absolutely no qualifications for, but was more about his dad's ability to influence policy and a billion dollar loan guarantee. He and the firing of a of a prosecutor in Ukraine that it did with anything else. Joe Biden has always said he he doesn't even talk to his son about his business dealings. Now it appears that his son was able to arrange a meeting between the Ukrainian and the then vice president of the United States. Joe Biden. If that is not a subject for a town hall, I don't know what is The left loves to talk about dark money in our politics, but which political party is committing the most bad deeds with that dark money? Joe Biden claims that President Trump's pre cove in economic success should be credited to the Obama administration. Is that another liberal myth? As Judge Amy Cockney Barrett faces the left hypothetical questions. We're going to talk about your questions regarding her hearing with my next guest.
"united states supreme court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Pure talk Yusa simply smarter. Wireless. So Joe Biden in the activist media. I call the media, the activist media that the mainstream media because they are activists. They are not. Impartial observers. They're not trying to pursue truth. They're not. They are activists in the game to try to make America a left wing country. They have refused. TTO asked a very simple question. Out of Joe Biden. Joe Biden doesn't take many questions to begin with. President Trump Has been the most transparent president in American history. Despite what A lot of the activist media says about him. He is more accessible to the press. He's Mohr available to members of the activist media. He tells us what he's doing. Why he's doing it in real time has done more press briefings, Mohr interviews than any other president in my lifetime, and definitely in the modern era. And the president has also been remarkably transparent when it comes to the selection of justices. A question that needs to be asked. The Joe Biden is very simple. In fact, tomorrow is the presidential debate. And President Trump. Should use the opportunity to have Joe Biden. Well. Chris Wallace is also there and just Forgo Chris Wallace and asked questions of Joe Biden, President Trump Should actually become the journalist and asked Joe Biden questions The first question. The most important question when it comes to the courts to Joe Biden is this And where is your list? Titan has acknowledged having a list of potential nominees to the United States Supreme Court, but he's argued that voters did not need to know more. President Trump Or the media if they were doing their job. Would astro by Who would you put on the Supreme Court? Who would you put In the third branch of government and this vacated seat. We need names because President Trump has given US names and all of President Trump's Supreme Court picks have been from a publicly available list. Most transparent president my lifetime. There's no secrets about President Trump will do with the third branch of government. When Scalia seat was vacated, We knew we were gonna get someone like Neil Gorsuch, and we did. When Anthony Kennedy resigned. We knew we were gonna get someone like Brett Kavanaugh, which we did. And now, with the surprise passing of Ruth Bader Ginsberg, we knew we were gonna get someone like Amy Cockney Barrett, the conservative base. I asked for it voted for it, and that is exactly who we have. Coming on the United States. Supreme Court of Senate Republicans do theirjob Ah, local reporter asked Biden. Should voters know? Should voters know who you're going to a point and Joe Biden said. And now they don't They will. If I'm elected, we'll have plenty of time. A bite and answered Joe Biden argued that it was quote inappropriate for him the name the individuals on that list for three reasons. And those reasons, he said. It's Not right. It singles them out. You see, Joe Biden is afraid that if he puts out a name or a list of activists, radicals that would fill the U. S Supreme Court Such as Kegan, or sort of mayor. That Midwestern voters and decent people would see the contrast between the mother of seven constitutional legal scholar Amy Cockney Barrett, who loves the U. S Constitution. And justice is on the United States Supreme Court who viewed US constitution at his law, but as a suggestion document It's kind of nice will reference that when we need it, but generally they think it's a living document. These are revisionist activist judges. In the late Justice Antonin Scalia said it the best. It does not matter what your personal preferences are..
"united states supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"F D TV believe it's in Mansfield, Ohio. With the latest low down in the scoop on governor Do wine. The reaction to the Corona virus scammed Emmick and Mohr stuff that's not being reported anywhere else but by Jack Windsor. Chris Wiest, the attorney who has battled Andy Bashir in Kentucky. Over those same guidelines and mandates and edicts will be joining US at 8 15 with a report on what happened in the Kentucky State Supreme Court on Thursday. In between now and then. We also have our first moment of Zen requested by you a musical moment. Which would be totally apolitical. If anything is totally apolitical anymore and round right now we go to old radio Rick. Indianapolis, Indiana. Hello, Old radio Rick, What's going on, man? It's morning, Jerry. Jeff. I wantto tell you what you forgot to say this morning, So I thought that was today's theme, but I got Oh, what did I forget to say? No, no, I I couldn't come up with anything. But it sounded like that was the theme for the show. Everyone how you ever got my neighbors? Your hamster birthday? Any what is you're coming in five by five. It is a Crossley. It is a model five M three. I'll be fiver Jr. This is one of the very first five to bring you that they made this one in 1934. That was referred to as a fiver. Remember that This is another one of those that we nicknamed it. We refer to them as being station eyes because they have the actual letters of the colors of the station's on it, Except it's a Crosley So it only has one and she would station would that be is But nonetheless, this thing is it's tiny is about 10 inches tall, Probably six across six deep. It's a tombstone, so it's a basically a cube. Just a beautiful little radio. No, it is. It is relatively light. Relatively speaking, Yes, okay, because I know a lot of a lot of those old tube radios. Are very, very They kind of give you the impression that they might be light, but they're very heavy because of all the stuff that went into them. Many are deceptive for sure this this one, the big part for the weight was usually the power transformer. So if it was a battery, said it would be extremely light but by 1930 for causing particular was using similar efficient design. The transformers were not literal boat anchors. It is a It is a cute little radio and even me with the upper arm strength of a kitten can lift you Never gonna let me forget that are you know I I love it. Ah, well, already a rick a gmail dot com. Thank you so much for your time, sir. And hope. See you soon. They just always all right. Take care, buddy. The passing of Ruth Bader Ginsberg, the latest fly in the ointment in the election year of 2020. And what will it ultimately mean? You remember the last very, very closely contested political Politically charged election we had in this country was in 2000. Between Al Gore and George W. Bush and the decision of who actually won. That election went all the way to the United States Supreme Court. If there are only eight justices. And there is a draw, for example in their decisions. On voting incongruities and some of these swing states. And it's that close. How do they decide is John Roberts? The chief justice every In every vote or case recently before Skoda's hey has actually been more liberal than conservative. Would he be the swing vote deciding That Joe Biden is president, for example. Ignoring the law and the facts. Because that's the only way Joe Biden becomes president. They cheat or they ignore. A vote in the choice of of most of America. It'll be very, very interesting to see what happens Flags at half staff in honor of the late justice, the notorious RBG, as she's called by today's generation. A woman who was a Trailblazers. Second woman on the United States Supreme Court after Sandra Day O'Connor. And someone who was Virulent fighter against sexual discrimination. In fact, her most important decisions. On the Supreme Court dealt with making sure Women were equally protected under the law. You got to give her that even if you didn't like unnecessarily or other decisions or politics. Will President Trump nominate someone who knows? Dingell's now on a bye week after the game on Thursday night, their second loss of the season a report just ahead on 700 wlw High.
"united states supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Are. And thank you for coming by. Welcome to the big radio show happy Wednesday to you on the ninth day of September. 99 of 22,020. My name is Tom Sullivan. So, President, we stopped the tape so that we'll pick it up just right. We're way need to be, but he came out. A few minutes ago, and this was a planned event where he was going to announce his His list of names for people that if he is reelected that he they are on his list of possible appointees to the United States Supreme Court. He did this in 2016. Andi has refreshed the list and he has, and he went through the whole process of if Joe Biden's elected and he gets to nominate Supreme Court justices. They're going to ruin the country and it all be horrible and everything will be terrible. So he goes through and he gives this list and then comes to the conclusion and he says, does anybody Have any questions about the justices or the judges? I've named Quiet as a church. Nobody had a thing. He says. Other any other questions, Mr. President, Mr Brother there. They were all yelling. They all wanted to ask about. Of Woodward tapes. So here is the president. Picky, diverse question on Bob Woodward's tapes. Down plays. Well, I think if you said in order to reduce panic, perhaps that so the fact is I'm a cheerleader for this country. I love our country. And I don't want people to be frightened. I don't want to create panic,.
"united states supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"On the United States Supreme Court at the very beginning of our history. And he was confirmed within 48 hours. No hearings. No nothing. And on the back of the document, Mr Producer in America. Is thie. Acceptance. Of the nomination document after Cushing is confirmed by the chief justice. Of the United States. John J. So you have George Washington Signature nomination of Cushion. On one side and on the back. You have John Jays inscription. And the dates are all there as well. Why am I bringing this up? I had talked to my wife. About donating this document to the United States Supreme Court. You have to give it to the archives, but I would tell them the United States Supreme Court. It's been very, very carefully and very expensive. Frames with special special glass so you can actually hang it. And hanging in a way we can take it off for look at both sides. I was going to give it to the United States. Supreme part Mr. Producer toe hang in a prominent place. Until six weeks ago. Really four weeks.
"united states supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The United States Supreme Court heard arguments today in a case over whether president Donald Trump can keep his financial records private I'm Jamie Floyd this is All Things Considered on W. NYC Republican lawmakers have big problems with the house Democrats new coronavirus really fail this is not a job for aspirational legislation this is the time for practical response to the kind of more on the proposal coming right up loss at New York city's jail population has dropped dramatically since the beginning of March WNYC's Beth Fertig stops by to help us understand what's behind the numbers and Hamilton is coming to Disney plus sooner than we thought that good news story after news headlines live from NPR news I'm Jack Speer Dr Anthony Fauci says it is unlikely there will be a coronavirus vaccine or treatments available to students considering returning to college campuses this fall about you know other trump administration health officials testified remotely before a Senate panel about the coronavirus today working in Paris by Naylor doctor found she said there are eight vaccines being developed currently but it will be some time before any are publicly available he told members of the Senate help committee that none would be available by this fall the idea of having treatments available or a vaccine to facilitate the reentry of students into the fall term would be something that would be a bit of a bridge too far Dr Phil she said he's concerned that states that reopen too quickly could see little spikes in the corona virus that could turn into outbreaks and that the actual death toll from the disease is almost certainly higher than official statistics Brian Naylor NPR news your governor Andrew Cuomo says his state is now investigating about a hundred cases of a rare inflammatory disease thought to be linked to the corona virus or motor press briefing today saying all hospitals should prioritize testing for corona virus in children being brought in with symptoms of the syndrome which affects blood vessels and organs he said it's likely the condition will soon turn up elsewhere if we have this issue in New York it's probably in other states and probably hasn't been diagnosed yet in other states almost as a nine year old boy in upstate New York where there have been relatively few coronavirus cases is currently recovering from the disease three other children have died will motivate the state's latest daily death toll from covert nineteen was a hundred and ninety five up from the previous day the store roughly a quarter of the highest daily death tolls from just over a month ago and a federal lawsuit seeks to stop the trump administration from building its wall along the southern border as NPR's John Burnett reports an environmental group is arguing military funding for the wall violates the constitution and harms wildlife the latest lawsuit from the defenders of wildlife into other conservation groups challenges the administration's use of billions of dollars and diverted military funds after Congress refused to get the president all the money he wanted to build his wall it also disputes dozens of waivers that will allow wall constructors to bypass federal environmental laws these are not the first plaintiffs last year the Sierra Club sued to stop the wall the U. S. Supreme Court is allowing construction of the barrier to continue while that case is pending and the administration is using that time work crews have finished a hundred and eighty one miles of the new border wall and they're racing to complete four hundred and fifty miles by the end of the year John Burnett NPR news stocks lost ground on Wall Street today the Dow was down four hundred and fifty seven points the nasdaq closed down one hundred and eighty nine points you're listening to NPR and this is W. NYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd New York city's death toll from.
"united states supreme court" Discussed on KOMO
"The United States Supreme Court starting Monday the justices will do things much differently because of the corona virus pandemic joining us to explain the changes is Jim Copeland director of legal policy for the Manhattan institute explain what's happening on Monday well for the first time in American history the Supreme Court is hearing oral argument virtually obviously there been other hearing from him this whole proceeding where someone with her to order a judgment in virtual of the regular other places but this the first time the U. S. Supreme Court constitution all be on technically a large conference call with nine justices in the two attorneys arguing the cases and people will be able to listen to the live also for the first time ever so they have a teleconference with all of these justices I can't imagine as an attorney what's that like how difficult would it be arguing by phone when you can't see the justices expressions yeah I think it would be really hard I mean these are obviously the Supreme Court bars some of the most gifted Worrell advocate for the country and yet all these you'll be built up in terms of knowing how to read the justice and then leave the room and here is there are more than just their voice to communicate it's all going to be by the way side here who's going to be the morning while they go I think any one thing to realize is that with the oral argument is this different than a while the people in prison the justices have all round the briefs the parties have submitted they thought about the case the priest basically are going to Y. V. L. commented organised an opportunity for justice is to ask questions and pick apart what they view as hold an argument one of the other side things that they have concerns or issues with different than a trial with the people usually watch on TV why no zoom for the Supreme Court that's the million dollar question I people ask but I I don't know why that decision was made because the Supreme Court has long resisted the notion of having televised oral argument but I I I think I know why that is the movies being televised celebrity trials and then they can affect the way the parties behave and of course the Supreme Court could draw the various forms of spectacle as we've seen today with confirmation hearings for some of the jobs that the ideal weight that outcome with the order used to believing all audio tapes the audio tapes of oral arguments are available does not live in the ordinary case they have to stream them live this time so that reporters can follow them and they've they've left them open to the almost can follow up with what we like is so different yeah I can understand why they because of the nine justices up on a screen like the Brady bunch going in and out of the room and and potentially you know someone could hack into this potentially the film would get out there and it would create a precedent of video argument which I think they want results one of the cases going before the Supreme Court in this unusual time though involves the president turning over his financial records so that's going to get a lot of attention absolutely there are three related cases that are all grouped together where president trump is the party trump to be someone in the White House has invoked various there is a community and resisted the department's offices I mean I think they really don't like to get in the middle of the first page of particularly the ones were involved according France where the executive and legislative are fighting the judicial doesn't like to be the decider necessarily but women in front of them they asked the party's just recently to file additional submission discussing what they call the political question doctrine which means that at least some of these justices want to stay difficult political questions going out to the court you guys gonna fight it out yourselves Jim Copeland director of legal policy for the Manhattan institute appreciate your time Jim stellar komo news time coming up now in five forty NASCAR deciding to go green with no fans at the tracks more from Cuomo's bill Schwartz at the heart of the exterior sports desk will finally get the here Darrell Waltrip yell again.
"united states supreme court" Discussed on KGO 810
"Ever heard but I sort of expect that from kellyanne Conway room I have very little regard okay when we come back after traffic after the news all rather traffic and Ron I was report gotta get that right what we will do is talk about what the president is doing next he announced today he's going all the way to the United States Supreme Court to make sure his taxes and financial information are sealed we'll talk about that when we come back right here on the John Rothman program Ross met on KGO eight takes in traffic taking a look at KGO traffic San Jose there is a crash in the left lane on southbound sixty eighty of machine roads the traffic backing up more towards Landis Avenue and then north down sixty eighty on this an old grade just before Vargas wrote a three vehicle collision is over to the right hand shoulder but delays are starting mission Boulevard south and they continue to around Calaveras road at the bay bridge toll plaza the metering lights are on in the back of his head west Grand Avenue over crossing slow and stretches across the span right up to the one one split north someone one pretty good shape through the city with some minor slowing as you approach the eastbound sky way in that continue slowing go right on to the lower deck of the bay bridge with KGO traffic tell us regarding this is Ron Owens report on KGO eight ten voice of reason for forty four years and a member of the national radio hall of fame here's Rhonda so speaker Nancy Pelosi today announced that she says the key chairman to draft articles of impeachment against the president this is a step it's they know.