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The Charlie Kirk Show
"vermont senate" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Here. I'm visiting, but I can feel the torture just being here. It's pretty incredible. I want to encourage all of you on the live stream to check out America fest a.m. fest dot com. It is the event of the year December 1718 1920 promo code Arizona. That's right, promo code Arizona for 50% off. So maybe you went there like, oh, the prices are too high. Well, you got to promo code Arizona for 50% off. Candace Owens, Tucker Carlson, Steve Bannon, Jack posobiec, Benny Johnson, governor elect Carrie Lake, once we'll be able to say that she'll be there on a paulina and more play the America fest video please. Pro American patriots from sea to shining sea are coming together to reclaim our foundational truths of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, Charlie Kirk, here, 2022 is the year we take back America. So let's make history again. The movement starts here at turning point USA in Phoenix, Arizona. Join us December 17th of the 20th at America fest purchase your tickets right now for the biggest Conservative Party in America. At a.m. fest dot com. That is am best dot com a.m. fest dot com. See you there. S yeah. A.m. fest dot com is the event of the year Phoenix, Arizona. Let's make it the biggest event December 1718 1920 a.m. fest dot com M fest dot com. Really would love to see you guys there downtown Phoenix. Email me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. I'd say the vast majority of the questions we're getting are about Arizona and the drops. This really is the center of the political universe Jack, isn't it? You're able to look at trends and chatter. I mean, look, Charlie, you know, I'm not from Arizona. I'm not from here. I'm not from this part of the country, but everybody back home in Pennsylvania. Everybody back in D.C., they're all asking me about Arizona. They're asking me about Maricopa County. They're saying what's going on out there. I've got family and other parts of the world that's asking me what's going on with Kerry Lake. I mean, her candidacy and her star power her celebrity have been so huge that it's just transcended borders as transcended language in many cases. But people are all asking, how could a candidate as charismatic as powerful a speaker who's able to connect with audiences as directly as she is not be declared the winner immediately outright? That's what I'm asking. And so look, again, we now have official confirmation, the 172,000 ballots with an R plus 6 breakdown are not still election day drop off boots. So they're basically we're going to take the lead just with that drop. What you had heard this first on election night, if you're listening to us, I told you that I talked to George caliph, and we had supposed that there was a hundred, a 150,000 early votes. That's part of that group, yes. And if we win those at all, if we win those at all, we're winning, okay? Who we are. The partisan, the partisan comp. The part is good. All right guys, so any Democrat that's on Twitter is going like, we're going to win. That's what they're doing. They're like, guys, no, that's the point of send them an invite. This is how you're going to lose. That's right. This is how you're losing. Man, this is the center of the American political unit of the western world political unit. But we got to come up with a Kerry dance. We know how Trump had the dance where he was like, very robotic. But here's the thing though, is they didn't expect a candidate like Carrie Lake. They didn't expect Charlie Kirk. They didn't expect Tyler Boyer. They didn't expect the people of Arizona to completely throw a monkey wrench into this whole vote by mail system. They expected to go like Michigan. They expected it to be like Pennsylvania where everybody would just fall in line and do what they're told and then show up and be totally overwhelmed by this massive boat algorithmic ballot harvesting operation. That's not what happened here in Arizona. They don't want us continuing these live streams and breaking down the data and going through it. They want us to be reacted to headlines going off of like these 1990s style websites and these like weird like half drops. The predicted market. They want you on the predictive market. Even though they're shutting it down. Yeah, but it's as if they want us more focused on this than governing. Right. You know what I mean? Well, that being said, every time, every minute that we spend here isn't it that we're not governing. Every minute that we're here going through these is a minute that we're not spending on there's no such thing as a free lunch, right? So we're not spending the time of doing the work of the people while we're doing this. Because they're in our way. That's right. That's exactly right. Let's go through the House of Representatives if that's okay. And by the way, that's all they have left. Great House of Representatives, news. We are going to take the house. We actually might end up taking the house by 7 or 8 seats, which is great. By the way, I just want to, there was a poll. I'm not going to say who commissioned the poll, but honestly, there's been some Republican pollsters that really need to be never taken seriously, I guess. Big time. Really, really big polling this is. One of them had the Vermont Senate race. Had the Vermont Senate race rated as competitive. And the Democrats going to win by 40 points. I mean, we can't do these utopian polls men. You just can't. You can't wish yourself into a strong poll, right? You just can't. And it's not good for anybody. And guess what? Simon takes stock. It's time to recognize who that was. And it is what it is. There's no substitute for victory. And if you were accurate, if you were truthful, if you were, look, and by the way, that doesn't mean they're bad people that doesn't mean that they're intentionally dirty of this. But this is wartime.
"vermont senate" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Time. It also may be breakfast time or yoga time, but definitely listening time. All right, America, welcome back. It's rich valdes at rich valdes with an S on all of the social media our guest is Carrie Pickett from the Washington times. At Kerry Pickett on social media. Now Carrie Pickett, I think some of the talk locally in the D.C. area has been the race between Abigail spanberger and yes le Vega. This is an incredibly tight race with 99% of precincts reporting and about 10,000 votes difference with spam burger leading by just a little bit more than 1% or just under 2% I should say. What's your take on that race? Well, look, spanberger definitely has she came into D.C. with in 2018 in the blue wave was reelected and now she's up against just Vega, this is something. Both of them have a law enforcement type of background, both of them were going up against each other saying who loves cops more. And now, but yes, they get or was a cop. Right. Exactly. But you see, they have heard went after her because she's also, yes, Vega also served on the Prince William county board of advisers and basically stenberg went after her, but the whole while you defunded the police through all these little budget sort of tricks, et cetera, et cetera and then as the video went after her for the whole issue of defunding the police as well. It was a big back and forth. But now we are once again likely to go into overtime as far as these ballots because of how close the race is. This is just like 2018 with this particular district, even though it was redistricted, but still I am not surprised that we are going to be going into overtime yet again. All right. Well, Carrie Pickett, I want to thank you for being with us. I know you've got to get back to your duties and file your report on the Zelda campaign, which Lee, my best, and if there's any breaking news, you make sure you keep in touch with us, all right? You two, take care. All right, thank you so much. All right, folks. Now, we're working on getting one of the candidates that just flipped a seat red in Florida and a paulina Rubio on the line so that we can congratulate her and get her take on the election. And we'll do that in real time as it's possible. But I also want to talk about some of the other outstanding races. Because this extremely tight race that we just talked about was just that extremely tight. And the let me see, what's the other number? The other number of, let's see. Bear with me, folks. This gets a little tricky sometimes. When you're looking at a million different screens, quick fun fact. I just want to share with you Val demings, her first name is valdes. A lot of people don't know that. But yes, Orlando police chief who lost tonight is. The excuse me, sorry I'm losing my place here. Former police chief Valdez demics. That was what I was trying to get out. All right, anyway, let us continue Matt Gaetz has secured reelection as his cat cammock. So Florida's done really well. Securing four new Republican seats. Very good news. Now there's a clip of audio that I want you to hear. Before we take a quick pause and it is from correspondent Sagar Meghani. Now she's telling us about some of the races that have already been decided and are we ready to play that one? Go right ahead. Democrats are going to keep the Vermont Senate seat now held by the retiring Patrick Leahy with Peter Welch moving from the house to replace it. Republicans Rand Paul and Tim Scott will keep their seats in Kentucky and South Carolina. Reports, the AP vote cast survey of voters nationwide shows some discontent. Most voters say they are defeated about the direction of the country is going in. With concerns about high gas prices and the potential threat to democracy being among the top factors. The president's pushed hard to brand maga Republicans as that threat to democracy, the GOP meantime says the blame for economic troubles is squarely on him. Sagar Meghani, Washington. So there you go. You've got those are some of the races that have been decided. Now we're going to work on getting some of the, like I said, we're trying to get one of the candidates that just one to get an immediate reaction from her live from Florida. And we're going to get to your calls as well. Your feedback and the rest of the results, plus we've got professor Nick jordano coming up a little bit later. And Jessica Anderson from the heritage pack. So we're going to go straight to Anna paulina Rubio calling from Florida live. We're going to discuss her election victory. Congresswoman elect Anna paulina Rubio, you with us. I am I am Luna, Luna like the moon. Beautiful. Congratulations. Super proud of you. Happy to hear about this victory. What does it feel like? It's pretty incredible. You know, we were out spent 12 to one. And I can not emphasize this enough. Grassroots, door knocking, wins elections. We knocked over 50,000 doors, not paid knockers. That was me and my team of volunteers. And then also to made over 89,000 phone calls and so being outset $12 million to one we won. And we won by a large margin too. And let me just let the audience know. Anna paulina Rubio ran a bid against this former governor Chris who became a congressman and then had a seat and then he gave up his congressional seat to run and get beat again tonight. And so now he's got no more seats. He's got no more anything. We don't know if he's a Republican or a Democrat anymore, but we do know that Anna probably not Rubio beat him and was outspent and he did a fantastic job. And I think this is a real testament of really how hard work pays off, right? You know, banging on doors, running months, not getting it running the second time getting in. Today your congresswoman elect and I'm curious to hear your take, what was the number one issue that you encountered when you were knocking on doors? What was people were they saying, it's abortion, where they sang, it's January 6th, or were they saying it's the economy? Well, you know, it was absolutely the economy while Charlie Crist and Val demings and my Democrat opponent were running ads against governor desantis and senator Rubio, and then obviously saying, you know, Anna paulina Luna is a radical insurrectionist. I was talking about the economy. I didn't stoop to their levels. And so ultimately, what we know is that the issues that are affecting people's wallets are the issues that they're going to be voting on. And I really think that the state of Florida is showing the rest of the country
AP News Radio
Election 2022: Few voting issues seen as key races unfold
"AP balance of power I'm Sagar Meghani in Washington the first polls are closed the first races are called and there are no surprises so far Democrats are going to keep the Vermont Senate seat now held by the retiring Patrick Leahy with Peter Welch moving from the house to replace him Republicans Rand Paul and Tim Scott will keep their seats in Kentucky and South Carolina The focus is still on a handful of tight races that will decide the Senate majority like Pennsylvania and Arizona The AP's fiduciary reports the AP vote cast survey of voters nationwide shows some discontent Most voters say they are defeated about the direction of the country is going in with concerns about high gas prices and the potential threat to democracy being among the top factors The president's pushed hard to brand maga Republicans as that threat to democracy the GOP meantime says the blame for economic troubles is squarely on him It's looking to seize control of at least one chamber of Congress which would upend the president's plans the next two years Sagar Meghani Washington
"vermont senate" Discussed on WTOP
"Keep it right here. Stay with WTO V news for the latest midterm results. All right. CBS News special report campaign 2022 America decides. I'm Jennifer Kuiper, it's just past 7 30 on the east coast and the polls have closed in 9 states, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia. CBS News characterizes the house, as leni Republican, Georgia Senate, toss up Georgia governor race leans the Republican. Indiana, the Senate likely Republican Kentucky, Senate likely Republican also. And South Carolina, CBS News estimates Tim Scott wins the Senate. Vermont Senate likely Democrat. Now, Pennsylvania Senate race is to type one between Luke Democrat lieutenant governor John fetterman and Republican doctor mehmet Oz, CVS poster Monica McDermott on the overall mood of voters. 73% are dissatisfied or angry with the way the country is going right now. These are the highest numbers we've seen since the 2008 election. Some of this is no doubt due to the economy, some of it might be due to the condition we're facing in our democracy right now. CBS News special report I'm Jennifer Kuiper and coming up here on WTO after traffic and weather control of Congress is at stake in tonight's midterms. Will there be a red wave? We'll talk about it with national journals, Jeff duford. It's 7 36. Here's Matt bongiovanni, the chief technology officer for NTT data federal services. On the discussion, next level cloud for government sponsored by NTT data. One of the strategies that we've recommended with clients. In fact, we've used the same strategy ourselves is that you constantly want to figure out how to minimize the instances where you're moving stuff into the cloud and then back out of the cloud to do processing. Listen to the entire discussion on federal news network, search NTT data, NTT
"vermont senate" Discussed on Vote-Voiced Podcast
"Let's see, what else is going on. Okay, let's talk about Connecticut Democrats have passed to constitutional amendments in a state house committee 100 which would establish an early voting. Determined by Future legislation and the other of which would allow any voter to vote absentee without needing a specific excuse. Every Republican opposed to absentee voting Amendment and only a few back early voting. Now what is wrong would be able to vote absentee mean nothing, you know, I mean, there's people out there because it's not every Republican not every Republican agrees with these laws. and we're not going to just sit by and lose all right to vote. What they're doing is they're just making it more difficult for us to vote. Now in Hawaii. The Democrat the Democratic Run State Senate has unanimously passed a bill to establish automatic voter registration through Hawaii's driver's licensing agencies. Both legislative Chambers had previously past versions of off automatic registration in 2019, but failed to agree on a single version of the bill, so it's unclear whether 20-21 will finally be the year of the legislature sin a single Bill to Democratic governor for his to the Democratic governor for his signature. Okay, everybody. This is is these are things that are we're fighting all over the country wage all over in Missouri. The republican-run state house has given preliminary approval to a bill that would remove the excuse acquirement for voting absentee but also added requirement that both in person and absentee voters present an ID to vote House Republicans previously purchased a separate bill earlier this session to revive the state's voter ID requirement after the state supreme court gutted it last year. Now. Who in Missouri You don't know. Gosh, you would think that in Missouri of all places people would know each other. They wouldn't need a state ID to vote off. Surely. You're voting in your neighborhood. Most people probably in Missouri and probably lived in the same neighborhood surely. They know each other we know each other around here dead people know each other in a city as big as Detroit. You don't tell me you don't know each other in Missouri, but here's what's happening in in New Mexico to committees in New Mexico's democratic-run state senate have passed a bill to expand voting access for Native American which include among other Provisions a requirement that every reservation or other native Community have an in-person polling place the bill previous song. One unanimous support and statehouses lawmakers have limited time to pass the Bill ahead of this year's legislative session on Saturday. That sounds like a good thing. I hope it is that that American American Indians have a place to vote. Let's talk about Vermont. Now. These are places. You usually don't hear about Democrats and around half of Republicans in the Vermont state. I'm sorry in the Vermont Senate have approved a bill that would prematurely no I'm sorry permanently adopt Universal mail voting and all future general elections after it was temporarily implemented last November due to the pandemic the bill would also give voters a chance to fix problems with their mail ballots such as a signature supposedly not matching the one on file the GOP Governor Phil Scott said, he supports the bill, but once it expanded to cover additional election such as primaries a move that was previously rejected in committed. Now that's Vermont. Let's talk about our creature of voter suppression in Alabama State House. Republicans have passed a bill along party lines that would ban curbside voting options making it harder for people with Mobility limiting disabilities to vote. It's like that's what they just don't want you to vote in Arizona voter suppression in an effort to deter mail voting in a state where five four fifths of Voters regularly vote. That way Senate State Republicans have passed a new voter ID Bill along party lines that would require absentee voters to include an affidavit with their birth date and ID card number are their voter registration off. ambarella copy of a utility bill with their balance Okay, arkin's Arkansas Republican legislators have introduced a bill that would eliminate the final Monday and Sunday of birth boating preceding election dates setting Saturday as the cutoff Sunday early voting in many southern states have traditionally been used Samsung support shouldn't Lie by black voters and black churches that organized get-out-the-vote drives after service. They know that people are out. They've gone to church off and on a Sunday. They go to vote why not you're out you're already out there. Why not go vote? Why not in Florida with the support of GOP Governor Ron DeSantis Republican state senators have passed a bill in committee along party lines that would ban absentee ballot. Drop boxes that would require absentee ballot requests to be made each election cycle instead of allowing voters to make one request that is good for two consecutive elections Cycles retroactively canceling thousands.
860AM The Answer
"vermont senate" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"10. We're gonna order now. Yes, we go first to April in Virginia on line. 3 April. Welcome to secular radio. You're on the air. Guys. Thanks for taking my call. My question is about our vote. 70 million people voted for Trump. I was one of them and I would vote for him again. And the Senate is trying to take our vote away. Unconstitutionally. Could could we file is like a class action suit with you guys. The 70 million people that think that 73,500,000 almost 74 million. I don't think you can file a class action. I think it would be up to the party convicted, which would be the president who's our client to see if there's any post. Judicial remedy. But your sentiment is interesting because, of course, who knows what's gonna happen in four years when he's going to run again or not, But the political party, the political apparatus has put together a lot of people into the Republican Party that just were not there before, So I think it would be naive to think that he's not. West the dominant force, and I'm gonna set the fan too. Yeah, he absolutely is, And a lot of people who were not engaged in politics much at all who felt left out by the political establishment. Donald Trump brought them in. But the question I guess there was, you know, I don't think anybody would deny it. I think the Democrats would agree that you can't say he's not the dominant player on the Republican side. The question is, do those people that came in to ask you this to Jordan? That the people that came out star within the people that came in? Did they come in because of Donald Trump? And then when Donald Trump if he's not the nominee in 2024, it's just like I'm at the winter. I mean, I don't know. I think in many, I think in many cases, they did it in a bare minimum. J. I know that they want the right to decide whether or not he's their choice in the future. I mean, that's kind of the point. You can decide for a candidate or otherwise. It's really not up to the United States Senate to strip you of that, right? We've talked about this a lot, J. What's the political calculation here? And you said that you think Democrats have miscalculated. So do I, But but I think They see Republicans divided. They want to keep them divided. But I'll tell you, you pushed too far that actually has a unifying effect. And, quite frankly, I think that's what the next two or three weeks will show tickets. A ramp all by 31. Democrats are about to do something no self respecting senator has ever stooped to Democrats are insisting the election is actually not over. And so they insist on Rieger Jit ating the bitterness of the election. This Sacramone ng they're about to unleash has never before been tried. Why? Because calmer heads have typically prevailed in our history and allowed public opinion to cast blame where blame is deserved. Pretty strong statement has got another woman may play the middle. Let's take another call. Let's go to Jordan. Anyone take next? Yeah, we got Rick in Florida Online six. Hey, break weapons, secular radio. Good afternoon. Thank you for taking my call. I know that we have three branches of government for the purposes of checks and balances who provides the check and balance on the Congress, the House and the Senate if their actions are unconstitutional relating to impeachment, Ugo We do. American people are the final say that we get to vote them in and vote him out every every two years for the House members every six for the senators, and s. So it's up to you to remember. What? What Some of these cities were doing and how they vote him how they proceed and what they say. And it's us. We're the ultimate They're they're they're ultimately accountable to the American voter. And senators again. They set up our system of government. So where the house is always a cannibal. Basically, it's every two years, So everything here you're getting ready to hold them accountable and then the Senate every six, but we live in a very hyper partisan country right now. So while I say we hold them accountable, the the likely voters in midterm elections are usually more partisan voters. And and because there are very few independents that run even other people registered independent. They kind of know where they're gonna vote, so you don't see as much accountability on on these boats being held. This is one of those issues where, though like when I was out with Dick Morris aside on Newsmax, where you can't you could see accountability because down the road all this is all on camera. Now it's all being recorded. Your statements are being made like this statement from Rand. Paul, take a listen by 29. Hyper partisan Democrats are about to drag our great country down into the gutter of rancor and vitriol the likes of which has never been seen in our nation's history. Instead of doing the nation's work with their new majorities in the House, the Senate and the executive branch Democrats are wasting the nation's time on a partisan vendetta against a man no longer in office. So there you go. You play that for those senators who support that now? Is that gonna necessary? Get you? Yeah, I don't know if like he or pretty since every running again that the older guys, but they're gonna win you Vermont Senate seats. I don't know. Probably not. But it certainly could in those battleground states like Arizona, you know Mark Kelly's been very quiet. Um, uh, he'll be up again, too. In two years. He's been very quiet now I would have imagined is going to vote to impeach But play that was kind of sound bites your mind Arizona voters what this senator did, and suddenly that could be a seat that's very contested in two years. Same thing goes in Georgia because war knocks back up again and George is still right on the line. You get a good candidate in and you remind people what they did to the country. Not just to Donald Trump. But like Rand. Paul talked about to the country itself back to the phones. We go. Joe in New Mexico Online one, Joe, Welcome to secular radio. Thanks for taking my call. Um, I was wondering, I'm a policeman. And of course, we deal a lot in the intent of Is there any chance could they would they? If this impeachment fails, miserably like it probably will. Try to get President Trump criminally on the charge. Well, the attorney general for the District of Columbia said. They've opened up an investigation on this, and I believe the U. S Attorney's office has also open investigation on this Now. I think the president's defense to that would be First Amendment free speech, But could they sure that could likely I'm not so sure. I think this speech was protected, so I don't see how they would be able to get an incitement charge. But if you ask me that could that could they scenario. Sure they could get very Very but very damaging to the country that happens. What's going back to that unity thing or absolutely damaging? You can indict anyone you know, Convicting them is another matter, but that whole process would be very, very harmful to the country. Take the final call the day Patrice in in County, California Online forward Patricia was a Sea Wall Street Journal editorial board, wrote Democrats to the press. They're addicted to Donald J. Trump. So America gets to do this all over again. Hey, Patrice. Welcome to show. Hi. How you doing? Um, I just wanted to state that I think this all falls in our place into the Democrats. Pam book. I think they're trying to hide Biden. I don't think they want him out there in public speaking. This is the equivalent of hiding in his basement. But hiding in the White House, right? But he didn't. He didn't see you heed his first press conference yesterday. It was fine. But he didn't take this question during the press conference with a video of it. We just have CNN's report. I think what he said is true. I s so you get what he said. But that's very different seeing him say. I support this impeachment. I think it has to happen..