35 Burst results for "Us Senate"

Pete Hegseth and Doug Discuss Confronting the Local School Board

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:46 min | 3 hrs ago

Pete Hegseth and Doug Discuss Confronting the Local School Board

"The things that bothers me the most in our political conservatives, I think we're we get isolated on thinking top thinker. And I say this in this way. We're oscillating on the president, the Senate, the U.S. Congress, maybe a governor, but we fail to see that in our, even in our local communities where we just don't want to think these things are going on. It's the local school boards. You know, if you talk about this, because there'll be some who can't make that option. But what they can do and we've seen over the past year and I've heard you talk about this as well is confront the local school boards. And understand that at the same time moving the children giving that ability to turn. But I've been very disappointed at conservatives. Republicans in particular. There are areas of criminal justice reform, education reform. We as conservatives don't feel like, I mean, what it looks like. I hear other members of Congress and others, they don't all, yeah, I'm for school choice, but I don't want to lead it. I'm for this, but it's like, when did anybody it's almost like we've lost our willingness to realize our history of the buckleys and others that you go out and you confront as an intellectual superiority, the conservative movement. Well, you're precisely right. We have the principles, but they have the positions. And so we think by voting every two or four years, we're going to vote our way out of this problem. And the book thoroughly disavows the reader that this is an effective strategy. It's exactly how we got where we are. And yes, running for school board is a part of the solution. If you don't have an alternative or your lifestyle doesn't provide an option to homeschool or find a classical Christian school, and they are in that public school, then you better be all over it. Or run for those positions to oversee it. But don't go there to be a placeholder and think you're just going to vote and solve everything. You got to be aggressive. You got to be an activist. You have to be involved.

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Michael Stenger, Senate Sergeant-at-Arms on January 6, Dead at 71

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:12 min | 5 hrs ago

Michael Stenger, Senate Sergeant-at-Arms on January 6, Dead at 71

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Will We See More Violence From the Pro-Abortion Crowd?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 2 d ago

Will We See More Violence From the Pro-Abortion Crowd?

"Do you think that we are going to see continued violence? Are you seeing any evidence of this yet? I pray not violence is not the answer. I agree. And Joe Biden did say the right thing. Does Joe Biden mean it? I hope he does, but Joe Biden has called for the protest to be peaceful. I think the Democrats, at least some of the smarter ones in their ranks, have learned that one of the reasons why they suffered so greatly in House and Senate elections is because the summer of riots and their almost entertaining of them. In 2020. So Joe Biden is saying the right thing, play cut one 18. To keep all protest peaceful, peaceful, peaceful, peaceful, no intimidation, violence is never acceptable. Threats and Tim and threats and intimidation are not acceptable. Let's then go to cut one 27, say girl calling for, burning it all down and lighting it on fire. She is an abortion activist. Well known one. Her name is Danielle Burnett. Play cut one 27. So I'm just convinced we need to burn it all down because at this point I don't know what else we're supposed to do. I'm advocating for violence. I am advocating for violence because there are people that are doing a really bad job, but the problem with the job is, even though they're doing such a bad job, they do this job until they die. So we're just supposed to sit back and let these people do a really bad job and have really seriously negative consequences. On millions of people and we're supposed to do what? Sit on the sidelines? Light it on fire. I'm gonna, we're lighting it up. She wants to light it all fire on fire and she says this is a call to violence. So there is no way she could possibly say that this was metaphorical.

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Eric Greitens on Getting Rid of Back-Stabbing RINOS

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:28 min | 3 d ago

Eric Greitens on Getting Rid of Back-Stabbing RINOS

"And we are delighted to have with us the 56 governor of Missouri, former seal, future senator Eric. Hey, doctor gorka, great to be on with you. Great to be on with you as always. Now, look, nobody's listening. There's only about 3 million people on the radio show plus the video stream. So you can share it with our little family here. Are you just a troll? I mean, that video is epic. Did you just do that to have fun or where you serious? Well, you know what we're having fun and what we're serious about is getting rid of the rhinos who continue to stab the American people in the back. And we are 100% serious that these rhinos have to be held accountable. The problem in America, the crisis in America is not just because of the less craziness or the mainstream media's lies. It's also because of the corruption and the cowardice of the rhino establishment, which continues to stab the American people in the back. Stabbed him in the back on election integrity. He stabbed him in the back on spending with Joe Biden's $1.2 trillion Green New Deal. Just stabbed the American people in the back on their gun rights as well on supporting the Second Amendment. We are sick of weak kneed rhinos who keep giving in to mainstream media come with the left. So we're coming with a 100% maga champion America first movement. And that's why we're winning this Senate

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Sebastian Discusses the Border Crisis With Tom Homan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 3 d ago

Sebastian Discusses the Border Crisis With Tom Homan

"Now. Tom Holman, welcome to America first. Thanks for having me. Tom, second secretary of mayorkas. He should be called the second. This isn't a joke. This is a statement of fact. It should be the head of the Department of Homeland insecurity, correct? Absolutely, because under his leadership, this country is less safe, less secure. Yeah. And in the last 16 months, it has just been an escalation in terms of open borders, giving illegal immigrants, safe passage. Is there anything one action that they've done that actually improves the situation on the border, Tom? No. No, and we got the first secretary of Homeland Security. I've ever seen this complicit in cross border crime. Look, everything he has done. He's been in power 1617 months. And now we keep climbing and climbing and climbing. He tells the Senate during a sitting here, but we got a plan, the plan is coming together. Unless his plan is open borders, which he's proven, that's what it really is. He has no enforcement plan. He has done a single thing to slow the flow. And look, we sued him, said we sued him to put title 42 back in place, and we won. We sued him and I say we because I actually filed after David. I know. And we assumed the title of 42, we suited for remaining Mexico. We won both a federal court said you must reinstate both. And here's the fact, the only doing remain in Mexico at about 40% and as far as the excuse me, they're only doing title 42 at about 40% remain in Mexico to running at about 5%. And this has been for months.

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After Roe, Dems seek probe of tech's use of personal data

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 d ago

After Roe, Dems seek probe of tech's use of personal data

"Following up on the Supreme Court's ending of the constitutional protections for abortion Democrats in the Senate are calling for an investigation of tech companies use of personal data The lawmakers accuse Apple and Google of deceiving millions of mobile phone users by enabling the collection and sale of their personal data to third parties Privacy experts say now that roe versus wade was overturned it could make women vulnerable because their personal data could be used to surveil pregnancies and shared with police or sold to vigilantes and a letter to the Federal Trade Commission the senators said data brokers are already selling and sharing the location information of people that visit abortion providers to anyone with a credit card They also noted Apple and Google now allow customers to opt out of data tracking but until recently it was difficult to do it Ed Donahue Washington

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Joe Biden Addresses Nation Following SCOTUS Ruling

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:32 min | 4 d ago

Joe Biden Addresses Nation Following SCOTUS Ruling

"I want to go right to The White House. President Biden is speaking. Let's listen in. The women out of the power to control their own destiny. And a reinforced a fundamental right of privacy right of each of us to choose how to live our lives. Now with Rogan, let's be very clear. The health and life of women in this nation are now at risk, as chairman and ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, as vice president now as president of the United States, I've studied this case carefully. I've overseen more Supreme Court confirmations than anyone today. In this case was always discussed, I believe roe V wade was the correct decision. As a matter of constitutional law and application of the fundamental right to privacy and liberty and matters of family and personal autonomy. It was a decision on a complex matter to a careful balance between a woman's right to choose earlier in her pregnancy and the state's ability to regulate later in her pregnancy. A decision with broad national consensus, the most Americans of faith and backgrounds found acceptable that had been the law of the land for most of the lifetime of Americans today. And it was a constitutional principle of justice.

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Watergate Lawyer Jill Wine-Banks on How Nixon Impacts Trump

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:30 min | 4 d ago

Watergate Lawyer Jill Wine-Banks on How Nixon Impacts Trump

"I thought it was interesting. You tweeted if Nixon had been indicted, it would have sent a message to future wrongdoers in office and created a precedent. It also would have been the right thing to do based on the overwhelming evidence of the facts. One of the things I thought was so interesting, I'd forgotten Jill in watching gaslit is that one of the major reasons cited why Jerry Ford didn't win election is because he pardoned Nixon. Oh, yeah. Exactly. And it certainly was a reason I campaigned against him. In part, it's the wrong thing to do when you have clear culpability. You need to hold people accountable. And our failure to do that in a meaningful way, even though there was a legitimate impeachment going on and he would have been impeached but for partly because your father's running mate went to The White House and said, if you don't resign, you will be convicted in the Senate. Yeah. So it was obvious that there was an alternative remedy then, but the message obviously hasn't gotten through to Donald Trump in the same way that he's committed charitable wrongdoing before. He was fined $2 million after raising 3 million, which means he came out a net profit of 1 million. Right. And that's not enough. So now he's raised 250 million in a ripoff based on the big lie. And, you know, if the penalty isn't in excess of 250 million, then it isn't a penalty at

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Congress sends landmark gun violence compromise to Biden

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Congress sends landmark gun violence compromise to Biden

"Congress has approved its most wide ranging gun violence Bill in decades It's a compromise that shows both progress and dealing with mass shootings and the partisan divide over gun rights A day after Senate approval the House passed the measure on a mostly party line vote with Democrats like Jim mcgovern saying the nation is tired of gun violence The time has come for action While Michelle fischbach and other Republicans say the bill's intent is clear An effort to chip away at the Second Amendment rights of law abiding citizen The bill does not have tough restrictions Democrats wanted like an assault weapons ban and much of its $13 billion will go towards schools and for boosting mental health programs

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The More Sinister Aspects of the Current Gun Bill

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:45 min | 4 d ago

The More Sinister Aspects of the Current Gun Bill

"We get into the real issue that I'm having with this, again, everything that I've said so far, you can have legitimate political debate on and should have. You're not going to have it in three days. I'm going to tell you that right now. If you're trying to push this through, legitimate debate about even the issues I've just talked about are not going to happen. Now, what I have found in this is the discussion of where I believe the more sinister aspects of this bill from attacking lawful gun owners is actually found. And this is where we will see it. The first one is changing the definition of gun dealer. Let me go back here for just a second. And I'm trying to delay this out very consistently. We always hear this term universal background check. We need a universal background check. What as I have explained in the last podcast, what I talked about it before in my radio show is that when you say universal background check, here's what you need to understand. That is private sale background checks. In other words, that what they're saying is, is that I need if I was selling a gun to my son or maybe not in family depending on how some of the laws were written. But if I wanted to sell one of my guns to a neighbor. They're wanting to say that I have to have a back. I have to go get a, I have to be responsible for a background check. I have to get that background check and I have to go through all the hoops is if I was an actual gun dealer. Now, some of you may like that, some of you might not. Here's the problem with that. The only way to keep up with that and the only way to make sure that that is actually happening and done is you have to register the firearm. And this is actually been stated on gun control websites that is the only way that you can actually do this to make sure that you're keeping track of the proper gun that is being sold. So for those of you out here concerned about a national registry, this is where that comes in with universal background checks.

The Gun Legislation Currently Being Fast Tracked in the US Senate

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:14 min | 4 d ago

The Gun Legislation Currently Being Fast Tracked in the US Senate

"Happened. They drop this bill earlier this week on a Wednesday by Friday. Today, when you hear this, the Senate is probably going to be voting on it to try and get it to the house. They voted on it with less than an hour to read the text. They voted on it with less than on Wednesday to push this forward. I'll choose the evening to push this forward. Again, there's just so many things wrong here because nobody is asking questions. I think that are going to come back to either be vague, not work, or be overreaching, and then they're going to have issues with it. So what is actually happening here? Chris Murphy from Connecticut, Texas, senator John cornyn. Here are the basics. And then we're going to talk about why some of these may are probably going to be problematic in future. Number one is enhanced background check for people 18 to 21. It keeps in place the current background check from 1821 within three days, but it would also require the Nick system. This is a national instant criminal background check system to check state records to identify individuals with juvenile records that would disqualify them from purchasing firearms. Now, many times if there is a violent crime or a murder, especially in a juvenile last 16, 78, this is going to be tried as an adult. It's going to show up on records to start with. Again, what they're looking for here and opening up these juvenile records is really the part that it's going to be more concerning here. Now, they did put a sunset on this, which I thought was very interesting. They put an enhanced background check requirement for buyers for 18, 21. They would expire September 30, 20, 32. And so a future Congress is going to have to expand this. The scrutiny between 18 and 21. Remember, right now, handguns, they can't buy 18 year olds that can buy long rifles. They didn't ban them for 18 year olds. But again, we're applying a different level of scrutiny than we do for anything else for an 18 year old, 18 year olds can be tried in adult court, 18 year olds can be sued, 18 year olds can be entered into lawful mining contracts as an adult, 18 year olds can go into the military. I mean, again, a lot of issues here and the issue that was coming about is saying that we need because of these events, the buffalo and the tags event. This will

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Police Response to Shootings Boils Down to Execution

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:22 min | 4 d ago

Police Response to Shootings Boils Down to Execution

"Anything that you put into place. Now think about this. Even if you have police departments who are trained in these instant shooters, even if you have others who are going through this and their mindset is, this is what we've got to do without proper execution, you end up with these kind of issues and you see really what has become a box response. Now it's not just unique to Texas, we saw this in Parkland as well. And there was a lot of fallout after Parkland. This is why you got into the other issues of hardening schools and putting one entryway in, always locked a secondary entrance that could block someone from coming in. These are the things that you can do to harden schools that would not have allowed in this case. The shooter to come in through a side interest. If you funnel all entries through one area, you can better control it. Again, these are things that actually could have slowed or stopped this individual from getting into the classrooms. And we had a door that was, you know, that was malfunctioning. We had, again, a lot of issues here. I lay all this out to say, okay, what do you do to fix this? And the outcry was consistently gun control gun control gun control. These AR-15s are the terrible thing. They're the reason that all this happened. They're instruments that were used by very disturbed person. Who, by the way, as we said earlier in this podcast, would have never drawn any scrutiny or anything from it. Do you have a record or anything else? Because there wasn't

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Doug Takes a Deep Dive Into Gun Legislation

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:17 min | 4 d ago

Doug Takes a Deep Dive Into Gun Legislation

"Today, I want to, this is a timely issue, and I wanted to go ahead and discuss this because it's just something disturbing issues that are coming out. And it's going to happen very fast. This is what happens in Washington, D.C.. When circumstances in the world meet the emotional response of people and the fact that they need to do something. We talk about this a week or two ago on the podcast. When I talk about what makes you feel good doesn't always heal you. And it's talking about an honest discussion about guns. We're going to have another honest discussion this morning about the fact that what happened and you vote text is what happened at that school. Is a tragedy? What happened at school should have never happened in many ways when you had someone who decided to go into a school to use a gun and to kill people. I mean, that is was the choice that this Ramos made. He made the choice to go in there. He made the choice to kill people. He used a gun in the process. We've talked about how the many aspects of what is being proposed will not solve this, but again, as I said just a little bit ago in one of the other podcasts, was it always seems to be the very first thing that we do is to solve something is take something away from legal gun owners or legal possession to fix something that, frankly, is not going to fix.

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Congress passes historic bipartisan gun safety bill

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 d ago

Congress passes historic bipartisan gun safety bill

"A bipartisan gun violence bill is on the verge of winning final congressional passage It seemed unimaginable just a month ago The most significant gun safety legislation in decades Susan Collins was among 15 Senate Republicans joining all Democrats and passing a bill that will boost background checks for a younger gun buyers among other steps Richard blumenthal wanted a lot more But it marks meaningful progress Republican Ted Cruz says it's not The bill won't help keep people safe and it'll hurt gun owners That's the Democrat Bill that is currently on the floor And the house's number two Republican is urging members to reject the bill during a vote later today Sagar Meghani Washington

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Are Republicans Harnessing This Opportunity? Alex Marlow Weighs In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 5 d ago

Are Republicans Harnessing This Opportunity? Alex Marlow Weighs In

"Ask, I want to ask another question here, which is, do you think Republicans are handling or harnessing this opportunity correctly? Because this could be a once in a generation wave where we could win in places we would never able to win otherwise get really amazing mag America first people into office. Do you think Republicans are handling this correctly? I think that what happened with the then trying to cave on red flag laws, for example. And trying to buckle on gun control is an example of them not handling it well. It's very clear from my vast audience at Breitbart News and the Breitbart News daily show that we have and from our social pages, people don't want any compromise to Democrats right now. Write it out, they want to wait for November. They can't wait to vote. They're going to vote almost all of them out that they can. And then maybe we can talk about what's next. But they certainly don't want any sops to the gun growers. And that we all know what red flag laws are going to they're going to turn into. They're going to turn into people who don't have your political worldview, getting targeted. Or on their Second Amendment rights. And yet you got what was it 14 Republicans supporting it in the Senate. That's appalling to me and that they think this is good calculus shows me. They haven't learned all their lessons from the past 5 or 6

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Senate OKs landmark gun violence bill, House passage is next

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 d ago

Senate OKs landmark gun violence bill, House passage is next

"Hi Mike Gracia reporting the Senate okays a landmark gun violence Bill House passage is next On a 65 33 vote with 15 Republicans joining all Democrats and two independents the Senate easily approved a bipartisan gun violence Bill Thursday night Republican senator John cornyn of Texas was one of the key architects The potential we have to save lives is worth any sort of concession we might have had to make during the negotiation Democratic senator Richard blumenthal It's not the measure I would have written if I'd been doing it alone But it marks meaningful progress The bill which follows mass shootings in Buffalo New York and Yuval di Texas would toughen background checks for the youngest gun buyers help states put in red flag laws and fund local programs for school safety mental health and violence prevention The house now takes up the measure Mike Gracia Washington

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Supreme Court Strikes Down NY Concealed Carry Law

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:06 min | 5 d ago

Supreme Court Strikes Down NY Concealed Carry Law

"Let's say we were in a really bad part of town. It's a high crime town. And so you go and you say, hello, my name is grace. I'm a person of good moral character. And then you tell them, why do you want why do you want a gun? And you're like myself. Right, exactly? Protect myself. Sorry, no gun for you. The state of New York says that is not a good reason. They actually argued at the Supreme Court that wanting to protect yourself wanting to protect your property was not a good reason to have a concealed weapons permit. That seems like the best reason to me, but it's like the only reason. I mean, you want to protect yourself. And quite frankly, if you're walking around with a holster, you are probably not going to be attacked. Unless the criminal is very stupid. So anyway, the justices came in and it did not take them long to figure this out. They said this law violates the Second Amendment. And you've got a right to bear arms in this country. Somebody should tell that to the 14 Senate Republicans who are about to take away our gun rights.

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Doug Mastriano: I Was Number One on the DNC's Hit List

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 5 d ago

Doug Mastriano: I Was Number One on the DNC's Hit List

"It was kind of hilarious to watch They were painting the Senate race which Doctor Oz why I support the Republican and you know in any race regardless of your feeling about doctor Rossi's far better than that Bernie Sanders lunatic running in that race But you remember everybody's like wow he's more of a moderate and mastery is no chance whatsoever but the odd thing is you're polling actually ahead of it I'm not asking you to go after him at all I'm just saying you're polling actually ahead of where he's falling which always goes to show you the media you can almost be guaranteed they're going to get the story wrong when evaluating a Republican every single time And it's funny I don't know if you were tracking this And thank you for your words of encouragement there over the past couple of months here when I've been so laid by the media You know you're doing the right thing I appreciate Teddy Roosevelt says you could judge a man's character by whose enemies are So thank you very much Media for that But last year the Democrats the DNC worked with the Democrat legislative campaign campaign YouTube blacklist 21 state legislators and I was number one on their hit list So this all came out in the salon of political article this past November And they viewed me as a threat to their plans in Pennsylvania and decided to attack me with talking points with all the mainstream media and their goal was to hit me so bad publicly that I'd resign and shame They did a poll in November and they are appalled at the results They saw my negatives or single digits and they said not only did it make him more popular in a state he's a lead candidate for governor like no kidding Thank you very much We watched this with Donald Trump We're not going to fall for it a second time

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"us senate" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"us senate" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"Contrary to the media narrative that pushes a polarized split on the issues, here's what I've seen. Last night, Politico hosted regulating the digital gold rush with senator lummis and senator gillibrand. Lots of folks know lummis has bona fides on crypto. Adding gillibrand to the mix with the goal of creating a pro innovation regulatory framework is a big deal. The New York House delegation is involved too. If you haven't read representative Richie's op-ed making the liberal case for crypto, please do. This isn't some pie in the sky vision for a progressive Paradise. These are real solutions to problems being developed right now. There's healthy legislative bipartisanship in the house too. Last week, representative Tom emmer led a group of four Republicans and four Democrats and sending a letter to the SEC, imploring the agency to not stifle innovation by imposing onerous reporting requirements on crypto companies. After Biden's crypto executive order were keeping an even closer eye on the federal agencies and regulatory bodies. That's why I was happy to see this reserve but bullish by government standards remark from senator Yellen this morning. Kristen is here referring to senator Yellen's appearance on CNBC where she said, I have a little bit of skepticism. On the other hand, there are benefits from crypto and we recognize innovation in the payment system can be a healthy thing. Back to Kristen's thread. And I know many in the crypto community are frustrated by the media's point of view, but the coverage is on average improving and increasing. You can have issues with how they approached it, but it's meaningful that The New York Times dedicated an entire section to crypto. These good examples do not mean that crypto enjoys diamond plated support across the political spectrum. It does mean that those who want to learn engage support are finding the lanes to do so. Progressive libertarian moderate conservative.

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"us senate" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

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"us senate" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"A different place appeared that trudeau in jail. We're gonna. i'm looking at the new staff. Staffer who is jill be made with. Hemp is most of canadians. Ninety ninety five percent. Think he's from what i've seen less your small business owner. You do research on your own. They all think he's just amazing. I've been really the increase in crime though in toronto and places like that everywhere. An unbelievable gun crime stuff. You never ever use to hear of in canada now. Unless they didn't talk about it. But i mean you know i'm in new york. I'm four hours from toronto. So i mean really you would think that we would hear things and we did weird you know. It just took a lot of those immigrants in two man. I mean i see the demographics of the crime is just like wow and the knuckle plus the prices o. Are insane to like renton and things like that. Those way through the roof able to afford a flat zano man. Just it depends. What area of toronto live in an email to come to vegas yet but even where we have. These level of murder capitals were first or second per capita of the city. I live in homa god. Water port its greats period lake superior so with thirty five minutes away from the. Us border is the ideal place. It's right in the center of canada. So many cajon. I smuggle up up them and make some bucks. I'm really be a straw. Coyote in for california run straws. The california gun point. What could they do. What do they do to catch you at ten thousand strollers talk about a light load overseeing the reality show with our canadian border patrol. You're you're border is nothing to cross compared to what these guys are like. Net kept saying to dell. Why are they showing people. How the operate. These guys are awful..

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"us senate" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"Whatever they released him go out in the public so full certification. So i don't know which is going to get it which ones are not going to get it because back and forth one minute he has. This one's going away one minute here. That one's going away one here. This one's coming back when matter here. This one's killing the on people momentum. Here this is it's just you know. End the cdc hasn't grown a big enough set of balls to correct anybody so it's whatever whatever food she says whatever the who says what are the lady says. Image in a goes back and forth so much now. It's funny because we talked about on three shows. No michael was talking about the delta variant three or four weeks ago four weeks ago five weeks ago. Now that's what i'm saying a while back so my glad we at the end of the crew when we're talking about the variant and we're like delta was virtually nothing in the united states at the time and mike talk about how it's going to come in and come in and weight's going to weigh in so far mike right on the money which is dis- delta there. Now it's weird where i live. You know about forty percent of each state his got inoculations and an march and just recently..

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"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

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"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"You so much for coming onto. The jains are with us today. Also it was nice having you will thank you both so much for interviewing me and for taking the time to learn a little bit more about the senate very nice and we hope you out in the audience. Learn something to that was. I'm a dais and zen. Menendez talking with senator martin hinrichs staffer elsom menendez. Who is their aunt. Thank you very much for that wonderful piece. You're listening to the children's hour Seen there's no one. Lincoln really tall martin. Dinosaurs and fossils constitution and dream down a drew are you are you. Don could be heard but you have to tell the party. Hold up his stand up. Gather with the change in washington d. c. you washington. Dc is the not. it's you are listening to the children's hour. This next one is inspired by a law. That is taking shape in state legislatures around the united states. And maybe we'll become a federal law. It's called the crown act. It's a law that prohibits or stops discrimination based on hair. This is.

"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"And those events again are highlighting The the work that they're doing again in support of their constituents so very very busy schedule Every senators got scheduler who of sometimes several schedulers who are coordinating where they're supposed to be at any given moment and it's very very it's a it's a lot they also travel back and forth right. So for example senator heinrich will be in dc and then he'll come and spend some time in new mexico and when he's in new mexico he's doing things like again meeting with groups here relating to us a specific topic or he's visiting A national forest or he is again to highlight specific issues. So it's it's a. It's a very busy busy life. They work very very hard. What is your favorite thing about. Working for senator heinrich. Well my favorite thing. About working for senator heinrich a couple of them one is that i really believe in senator heinrich. I really believe in in who he is and how. He's trying to represent our interest in in new mexico and how he's really trying to serve the people of new mexico Secondly just love the team that he has assembled with our state director. Edward tablet cabello and our chief of staff rebecca evita and all these amazing colleagues that i work with in new mexico and also in. Rdc offices and then my favorite favorite thing is getting to feel like i am helping to represent The people that i love in the state and the state that i love so much and helping to make sure that That the laws and the resources that are getting passed in the senate are having the most positive impact possible on the people of new mexico. Thank.

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"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

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"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"My cell phone. So i understand that the rio grande water levels are dropping in the rio grande is a pretty big water source for new mexico. What land of action are we going to take on this problem. It's a great question. Maya the the some of the things that are driving that are the climate issues that we face right and so we really need to fix climate change We ignored it for far too long. And we need to fix it always still can and while we still have the kinds of flow is in the rio grande and in other rivers around the state. Like the paco's nikola that we have we can also do things that improve the predictability of of of that water like managing are worse better and our national forests tend to be higher elevation in are an important part of how we store that water from snow in the wintertime and make sure that it releases for a long period of time and not just all of it melts all at once in how we how we manage our forests really matters for that we also have some existing reservoirs that can be part of that solution to in terms of how we store water. In one of the things. I'm really interested in is the potential for more water storage. That's done rather than like a reservoir where you have a whole surface evaporating water all the time. But the storage of water underground where it doesn't evaporate and weaken us more of that water to keep the river wet over time So all those things together plus all of us using water more effectively you know. Conserving water both in cities but also in agriculture because agriculture really uses most of the water that comes out of the rio grande. All of those things can add up to keeping the river itself. Wet and and alive. We have time for just a couple more questions up in new mexico flow. Let you met sekine zwar all kinds of different ways one way is to do a show like this and you know for you or your friends to tell me what you care about one way is that i get an enormous amount of email of people. Call my office every day. They write me letters. When i go to an event in the state especially when we're not quite as under as many public health restrictions as we have right now people are you know will come up to me. And say hey. It's really important to me that this happened or that you do this and it happens in the grocery store all the time so there are lots of different ways and different people communicate in different ways. So it's important for me to gather that information from a lot of different sources and make sure that those lines of communication are open for for different kinds of people. What would be your advice on how he can do our noting to solve the problem of climate change. I think the key is to realize how much influence you really have. You know you go to school. Can you get solar panels on your school or can you get your school to think about when we get around a replacing the windows making sure their energy efficient doing things like that in your own home when you your parents you know. The the water heater dies. Every one of the water heaters that has been around. Many of houses that i lived in was a natural gas. Water heater i just replaced natural gas water heater with something called an electric. Keep up not only way more efficient. But i'm not burning gas in my house anymore. So it's way healthier for indoor air quality so there are all these little ways that can add up and then if if it's the issue that really drives you to get up in the morning and try to make change Think about how you can either go into a field where you could invent that new technology or install that new technology or run for public office and try to set policy. That accelerates how fast we deal with these challenges senator heinrich. Is there anything you would like to leave us with. I know the you're very active. And you are inspiring kids. What kind of message do you wish. Kids heard from their senators know. I think one of the things that's really important for kids across the country to realize is that with all the challenges we have in this country. You can still set your sights on something you want to accomplish. That seems kind of outlandish and still get it done you know. I grew up with two parents who did not finish college. A mom who didn't finish high school And they helped be go to college. Becoming united states senator You know there are all kinds of things that are available to us in this country. That many people around the world would really love to have those opportunities and so follow the things that you love. Set your sights hot and know that you can make a difference in the things that you care about. Good advice from new. Mexico's senior. Senator martin heinrich senator heinrich thank you so much for being with us on the children's hour. Today there was a lot of fun. Thanks everybody coming up. we're going to hear from zen. And amadeus who talked with a senate staffer. We're wanting to learn how the us senate works. What a better way.

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"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

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"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"From schoolhouse rock the vote. That's three ring government with the roots in jazzy fastness. Thanks so much to then novice. They have a lot more coming up for us on the show about the senate and while you were listening to them you also heard coetze and you heard mellow see. Little was before zana nominee ask while i am very excited to have back with us on the children's our our own new mexico. Senator martin heinrich welcome. Back to the children's hour. Senator heinrich it's great to be here senator. You have been serving the state of new mexico since twenty thirteen. That makes you our senior senator now and you serve on a number of committees including the money. Spending committee appropriations intelligence committee as well as the natural resources committee and the armed services committee and today on the show. I know the kids. And i we really excited to talk with you about some of the things you've been doing in particular to address climate change but the questions could be all over the map. This is the children's hour usually these. These questions are harder than the ones that get from. Cnn so we'll try to live up to that. I'm gonna give you it easy first question. Can you quickly describe the difference between being a senator and being in the house of representatives. You've been both the house and senate have sort of different jobs in that. Both of them approved the laws that become national laws federal laws but the senate has additional duties including a approving the cabinet members of of new president approving judges that That serve at the federal level or even on the supreme court. So it's it's a little bit of of everything and you specialize a bit in that. Every senator sits on specific committees where you get deeper into the details of things. In addition to voting on the laws. I sit on for example. The energy and natural resources committee that sets a lot of policy of revenue energy and climate. It's also a committee that does a lot of policy around our public lands and new mexico has so many harksen forests and other public lands. That that's really important work as well. Why you do for our state well. I tried to advocate for our state. And make sure that we're able to address some of the needs that our state has that are different from other states. We have things in our state like Like cindy national labs and there are lots of states that don't have initial lab We have a lot of national parks of public lands. Lot of states back east. That don't necessarily have those things. We have whole. Tribal sovereign nations insider state when many eastern states. Don't have a tribal governments today. So i try to work on those things to make sure that things that maybe not everybody would be looking out for in in washington. Dc that the things that are important to new mexicans get attention that they deserve. What do you like most about your job. I think the thing. I like most is when i'm able to accomplish something that's really important to people in new mexico and sometimes it's hard to do that like changing laws is in hard But the people that come up to you afterwards who in one way or another have benefited from that and tell you stories That's that's really probably one of the greatest things about this job is being stopped in the grocery store for somebody to talk about something that was really important to them. We're talking with us. Senator martin heinrich. He is representing the state of new mexico in the united states. Congress in the senate and today's show we're talking about the us senate to learn how it works from people who actually work there. Senator heinrich we are gonna come back and talk to you. More about climate change and the efforts. You are making to address this incredibly critical issue. The kids are worried about the meantime. You're listening.

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"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

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"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Bet you at least heard of the us senate after all. It's pretty important but do you know what it is or how does it even work. Well as senate is of the. Us congress it has been around since seventeen eighty nine and has exactly one hundred members to members for each one of the fifty states. The us the people who work in the senate or call us senators not to be confused with state senators. Who will talk about in a moment. That's nice all you may be thinking. But what does the senate it's senators do. And in that question. My friends is where it gets interesting the. Us senate is all about making important decisions not little decisions like what sweater to where or how much ice cream to eat. Even though those can be really good to think about the senate can make decisions on passing laws voting in supreme court justices and even things like treaties involving other countries for the passing of laws and other matters that need to be voted on. The senate need sixty votes in order for something to pass. However when approving us supreme court justices and presidential nominees a simple majority of fifty one votes is enough to pass the roped when passing laws. The us senate actually needs to work together with the second part of the us congress. The us house of representatives both the us senate in the us house of representatives can come up with proposed laws also known as bills to be voted upon depending on which side of the us congress. A bill starts in the other side will then have the final vote on whether it becomes an actual law the us senate is considered the higher chamber and the house of representatives is the lower chamber one of the reasons this is so is because the senate has a little bit more freedom having unlimited debate time and is able to work with other countries.

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"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on The Children's Hour

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"us senate" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on RJ Politics

"Because i i've been to many of his events seen him speak many many times and you know some reporters in texas now started to ask me and others always ask me like what's what's the is professional wrestling if you ever watch it. He's doing professional wrestling. Promos as political theater where you know he used to. He did a bit about taking a steel chair to the establishment itself. I mean it was. It was that like brazen. It wasn't even sort of subverted in their no it was. It was quite quite literally literally beating people over the head with these metaphors up and one of the things that happens in professional wrestling is if you have a gimmick in a certain area or territory whenever and it's not working you leave and you totally reinvent this new character to be somewhere else and i think that's what happened. We've never seen somebody to be so thorough on. The professional wrestling is exactly like politics. Sort of gimmick and that. And that's really what it is. Egypt he just got a new gimmick nia a new venue for it and and who knows you know if this doesn't work out there's plenty of other states in the union. There's plenty of other elections that every two years. It happens every two years so there are so. We have not heard the last dan road. Amer in on your point to your point in terms of his electoral performance. He didn't embarrass himself. You know When he ran for state senate in twenty eighteen he lost to a former member of the assembly who was Sort sort of neutrally regarded but he beat a former state senator Who who was sort of an inconsequential a state senator but nonetheless a name that people knew in nevada. He beat her to to come in second in that republican primary in two thousand eighteen and then in twenty twenty. He beat a field of candidates that included a former statewide elected official to win the nomination. So it's not like he is completely ridiculous and You know loses all the time and makes a fool so he actually has a record of winning certain primaries and so you know that he does have something to go on whether or not he should have may be stayed in nevada in run for another office and then sort of tried to build on that i think is another thing but i think you know i agree with you. I think he realized okay. Well i've tried twice once in a small district once in a larger district probably opposite of out should have been People are buying it here. Maybe it's time to move on to somewhere else and and this special election Sort of a gimme right. It's like the space between spaces. You know the twenty twenty ran than twenty twenty two loses this one he can still start gearing up for twenty twenty two and see what happens then so maybe someday we will see dan big. Dan wrote emmer in the congress of the united states. And if we do the plaque outside his office. I really hope has big. Dan in in quotation marks From whatever stadium prepar well. We'll always keep our eye on that and all these other elections that we talked about plenty for this week. I think you can always find us every friday. You can us on. Social media. Narrow does phonics. The nazis belly us on twitter. And make sure that you're liking and subscribing wherever you get your podcast wherever you're listening right this second as always i m politics worry appleton. Governor steve sibelius thanks so much for..

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"us senate" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"us senate" Discussed on RJ Politics

"They could get crossover votes. And each one has something You know mark hutchinson was the lawyer for those from two thousand seven. Two thousand eighteen recalls. That's kind of a black mark With him amway the congressional record and of course you know there's tons of stuff that you can deploy against day you know he you could say he talked a good game but voted with trump voted not to impeach trump. A couple of times and all that Ben key kaffir. I think it would be a great republican statewide candidate. He would have to spend a lot of money to improve his name. Recognition in other parts of the state. Same with heidi ganster. There're all the the problem with all for all those people is not generally it is. The primary is getting over that that big mountain climbing the everest. That is the republican primary. After that. it's it's. I'm not going say off down here because this is going to be a fairly formidable candidate. I think it is on ride. His gonna raise money. He's going to have a things that he did that That i think you can point to. He can point to that justifies reelection and so but they would be good. it would be good candidates. They would be good candidates. The problem for republicans is what happens if they nominee. I don't see on this list. We'll talk about senate second but the name adam lack laxa or a similar name does not appear on this list. And if there was an atom lack salt that person would be the favourite to win the primary. Let's just be honest about Adam lack laxa won the primary He by default. Nobody even decided to run against him because everybody in nevada knew that he was going to appeal to that. That party base now. I think his image has been shattered a little bit. I think he's been shown to a little bit to be a paper tiger after his performance against his lack which was abysmal. It was one of the worst campaigns. I think i've ever seen and certainly the worst campaign for governor in the state of nevada that i've seen since i've been covering in that's been going back a number of years so So someone like that. If there was a person who could excite the trump base who was a better candidate. And i don't know who this person might be that person i think would win a primary and so all of these folks talking amongst themselves is good. They've got to watch out for that x. factor though in and what who who that factor might be going forward. And i think that that could really be a problem in the primary but the general i is a completely different animal and and i think you know we've seen it before in two thousand ten Jim gibbons was running for a second term. And rory reid. The son of the senator Was the clark county commission chairman and he was running for governor against Against gibbons and some wise republicans in the state of nevada realized. Look we're gonna lose. We will lose jim. Gibbons he's too far to the right he has been a not a good governor. He's sort of been a clown in terms of you know Going down to office depot and buying veto stamp and holding a thing. And you know..

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"us senate" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

12:11 min | 2 years ago

"us senate" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

"Apt he so he such a believer in the way you know. The trump really isn't a believer in anything other than trump. You know he believes himself. Love Bolton really believes Bolton really you know if he were still there he liked the idea of starting a war it is that he's that kind of shall we say thinker but he's he's also here's an here's kind of the interesting thing about true believers they have a conscience they check in with their conscience of interest to see if what they believe in is right or wrong and and the way they're going to go about the things they believe in is to remain true to themselves true to their principles true into their conscience and John Bolton is the kind of individual who if testifying I believe would would not perjure himself in addition to that he I think at this point. It's pretty much confirmed. He hates Donald Trump. He's onto the phoniness unison. The whole thing he knows that trump is not a true believer. He knows that trump is not a Christian. He knows that trump trump will do whatever is best for trump. I'm trump will get into bed with Kim North Korea if it benefited. Donald Trump Bolton knows that and despises trump for this and of of course trump knew that that Bolton was not a real loyalist bolt was loyal to his beliefs. Not to the man from Fifth Avenue and so he fired Bolton he got rid of Bolton this past year if Bolton is to testify what has to happen Panetta says that the prosecutor the Democratic Prosecutor from the House. 'cause remember the house issues the indictment and so they have to try the case in the Senate so whoever they send over from the house whether it's chef or or whoever Pelosi herself they they have to ask Bolton won a simple question you're aware that the whistleblower informed us and the public take that this phone call with the Ukrainian president the notes of the call. The call itself all that after the call was over. You you people in the room people on the call new. The trump had committed a crime a crime of extortion bribery. Some would even say treason. I would say that and right away. Certain people knew that they had to hide all evidence of this call. And that's exactly what they did. They took they took the notes. The call that whatever they had regarding the call and they put it on a highly secure national security computer server in the White House that very few people have access to they knew they had the protect trump because because of word ever got out that he was extorting the president of another country in order to dig up dirt on his potential Democratic opponent. That could be the end of trump. And so they hit it. And the only reason we know about it is because the whistle blower new they added the whistleblower knew who hit only certain people have have access to the server if you go back to the beginning when trump took office and the national security apparatus would not give security clearance. To his son-in-law jared would not give security clearance to Abandoning Steve Miller Stephen Miller and the all these crazies that trump brought him with him the CIA and the NSA said no no. They don't get access but because the president the United States is the chief executive. He is the boss he gets to decide and he gets to go against what his advisors and his national security the people are telling him to do and that's exactly what he did and he gave security clearance to his daughter and his son in law and Stephen Miller and you know his true loyal hardcore people. So I'm guessing that means that they had access because they had the full security clearance the trump gave them they had access to the server. Is that possible. They could put things on the server. They could take things off the server their job as they knew it and it still is today is to protect Donald J trump and they were gonna get away with it they were ever would have known because no reporter. Nobody ain't nobody could have hacked or we could have really gotten into this server to find out if we didn't have the whistle blower but then we found out in here. This is what makes John John Bolton so dangerous. My friends listening to me right now. I WanNa ask you a question. Do you think that in the first three years of the trump administration that the Ukrainian phone call was the only thing put on in hidden in in the national security server in the White House. Do you think that's the only time trump broke the law. Did something he shouldn't have done. Said something something he shouldn't have said that's the only time it happened. Where his closest most loyal people? His family didn't say to themselves after after a phone call after a meeting after something they saw trump do holy shit put that on the server to you and I know and I I sorta got if there the Republicans in your family you you could ask I think. Even if they were honest they would they would say okay. That's the Ukrainian phone call that that is not the only only thing in three years. Where trump did something questionable trump did something illegal? Trump did something that would put his whole administration nation in jeopardy. You think that's the only time of course it isn't. My guess is that it happened over and over and over again where they've had the cover up for him and that information is on that server not just the Ukraine phone call but all the other things we don't know about and Bolton knows it the question to Bolton on the witness stand sir. Were you present at any other events other than the Ukrainian phone call where you witnessed the president. The United States take questionable action. Saturday did things that were potentially illegal. Yes I was there for that. Do you know if if the evidence of his activities was placed on this same secret server that the Ukrainian phone call was placed on. Yes I I believe it was. Do you think that in the two years before you had your job that you had before you were fired. They had you heard that other things have been placed on the server. Yes I heard of those things to. Would you mind telling us what some of those does things are. Well well my friends at that moment. Hopefully you will have set your. DVR You'll be at work you'll be at school. You'll be asleep when he tells us that. The Ukraine call was kindergarten that there are these things took place and when the American public. Here's these other things. Whatever they are I swear to God people people are going to have had it? Republicans are GonNa have had it. Republican senators are going to realize at that moment when they hear you're one treasonous illegal activity after another that has taken place in these last three years. The rats are going to jump from the ship. You're going to have your twenty Republicans very possible. You'RE GONNA have ten Republicans who just to save. Save their own ass are going to say sorry. This is a bridge too far for me because there's already five right now. Five five to seven Republicans. Republicans up this year for re election that may not be reelected as a result of what's been going on there struggling to save their seats and the the senators who are not up this year. They're open twenty twenty two and twenty twenty four all of them. We only need ten only ten of them and then we need need another ten. Republicans are I don't know how to refer. Let's call them well. Let's call them. People of faith either religious faith or they operate operate from their conscience like like Bolton like Bolton will not perjure himself bulletin will not go to jail protecting donald trump. It's lasting last thing a true believer like him is going to do. But you've got the Mitt Romney's you've got you know a devout Mormon who is offended by trump. You do you think there's nine other Republicans you know real hardcore Christian Republicans and that fake Christian. I mean they really believe how disgusted you think. They are with trump and his behavior and the way he talks an ex his view of women. What do you think they if they could if they could see him go? Do you think if they could save the Republican party to them putting in one of their own true believers Mike Pence. It's possible isn't it. If what they hear on that server beyond the Ukraine call is is just too much for them to take you'll need twenty Republicans trump can keep the majority of the Republicans there's fifty three Republicans in the Senate. He can keep thirty three of them and still still be convicted and removed from office just twenty Republicans half of them for their own religious reasons and half of them because they want to save their ass and save their Senate career save their seek get reelected. I know I know what the possibilities are again. I'm I'm not going to Vegas for the ads on this. But what if what people they after they will have to subpoena that server now. Of course they're not going to give up that server. They're going to New Orleans subpoena like every other subpoena except now this trial in place and it may end up in the courts and the Supreme Court may somehow allow him to not. You know they'll call it a national security thing. But what if what if this happens instead of going to the courts with the Subpoena Pena you actually have the court sitting up there in the main chair in the Senate the judge who presides over the trial of Donald J trump trump is none other than the chief justice of the United States. Supreme Court. John Roberts what if it's up to him Oh. This is very frightening to trump into Republicans. Because trump knows that roberts though a conservative is not a loyalist to the trump regime. In in fact Roberts has broken with the conservative majority on the court to vote with the liberals a number of times in the last few two years most notably when obamacare made it all the way to the Supreme Court and the Republicans were certain now with their conservatives on the court that this would end obamacare by taking the individual mandate out of the out of the law that would essentially kill obamacare her and the day that the ruling was issued. It came out five to four in favor of obamacare. What happened?.

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