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Fresh update on "vote" discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News
"Alarmed It. Plenty. Watch time. Now on KCBS. Here's Larry Kaskey optimism that a Corona virus vaccine will soon bring a return to economic normalcy sent stock prices higher. That out Jones Industrial Average gained 328th, the S and P. Rose 20, the NASDAQ climbed 26. President elect Joe Biden plans to nominate former Fed chair Janet Yellen to be his Treasury secretary. The first woman to lead the Fed will also be the first to hold the nation's top economic policy job. It's Corona virus infections rising, The number of workers going to the office is falling. Castle Systems, which tracks security card swipes, says 26.3% of office workers were back last week versus 26.6% the week before. Boeing's embattled 7 37 Max is getting a vote of confidence less than a week after.
Trump administration allows Biden transition to formally begin
"Services Administration is finally ascertained. Joe Biden is the winner of the 2020 election. After weeks of contesting the outcome, President Donald Trump has cleared the way for cooperation on transition. On Monday, the Michigan Board of State Canvassers voted to certify the Biden victory in the Wolverine state Trump tweeted. Our case strongly continues. But, he added, in the best interest of our country. I am recommending do what needs to be done with regard to initial protocols. Mike Rossia Washington
Fresh update on "vote" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Philadelphia's Republican City commissioner, Al Schmidt says the results of the presidential election have been certified here, Schmidt says, quote despite all the merit list, litigation and misinformation targeting our electoral system, I'm proud that the birthplace of our republic held the most transparent and secure election in the history of Philadelphia. President elect Biden can begin the formal transition process with President Trump recommending that get underway here. CBS is Steve Dorsey in Washington. It's an abrupt reversal, President Trump now directing his administration to engage with President elect Biden. In a tweet. Mr. Trump said he's recommending the G S A and his team move forward with initial protocols. He does not, however, call it a transition, saying his case strongly continues, and officials said Administrator Emily Murphy made the determination after Trump efforts to subvert the vote failed across battleground states. Most recently in Michigan, which certified Biden's victory on Monday. And President elect Biden has chosen a group of seasoned veterans to head his national security and foreign policy team, but he still keeping the focus on the cove in 19 pandemic. Cable. VW's pat Lobe reports he met with the U. S Conference of mayors to get there input on responding to the virus. Mr Biden told the mayor's he hoped to continue to meet with them and once again stressed the need for unity and confronting covert 19. He's.
Atlanta - Georgia counties set to start recount
"Ready for another tally of its votes in the presidential race. Beginning in the morning, Tony election workers get back to work on this recount using a machine scan of ballots as they go through nearly five million of them statewide. George's voting system manager manager Gabriel Gabriel Sterling Sterling says says there there were were Porting Porting of of results results will will be be done done County County by by county county As As they they come come into into us, us, we we will will probably probably upload upload it it periodically, periodically, maybe maybe twice twice a a day. day. Or Or Joe Joe Biden Biden already already certified certified as as the winner by a margin of 12,670 votes. And so from this recount, historically, very rarely seen much movement and in the photos you keep see, coming out of these things that betray gets 95.5 ws me.
Fresh update on "vote" discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"I am the greatest of all time title in a competition that jeopardy held last year, his first outing, this host will be January. 11th. Trebek's final shows will air the week before Moscow Wells, Gabriel. The General Services Administration has determined. President elect Joe Biden is the apparent winner of the November 3rd election. And after weeks of contesting the resource is from President elect Joe Biden is now releasing funds and acknowledging the Democrat is quote the apparent winner after weeks of roadblocks set up by President Donald Trump. The way has been cleared for cooperation with President elect Joe Biden's team on the transition. General Services Administration chief Emily Murphy and letter to Biden wrote, in part, Please know that I came to my decision independently based on the law and available fax. Shortly thereafter, the president tweeted that in the best interest of the country, he is recommending that the G s a go forward with initial transition protocols and his team to do the same might cross CIA Washington. The announcement follows the certification of Biden's victory in Michigan when GOP board of Canvassers were accused of trying to Stonewall Ingram County. Work. Barb Byrum addressed the minute zoom hearing. At least one of you is considering voting to not certify the election. Today, I find the shocking and disgusting The time for political games is over. President elect Joe Biden will reportedly name Janet Yellen is the nation's first female Treasury secretary and former CIA deputy director Averil Haynes will become the first woman director of national intelligence, A Latino lawyer will have the Department of Homeland Security, having served as deputy in the Obama administration. California Governor Gavin Newsom says he and his family are in quarantine. Three of his Children were exposed to someone with covert 19 drug.
Trump administration officially begins transition to Biden after weeks of delay
"More than two weeks after Joe Biden was declared the winner in the election, the Trump administration is ready to begin the formal transition process. Lisa Matteo reports that frees up funding for Biden to assemble his team have access to national security and prepare for the move. General Services Administration has informed President elect Joe Biden and they are ready to begin the formal transition process and have named him as the apparent winner of the election. President Trump Tweeting that he recommends G s a administrator, Emily Murphy and her team do what needs to be done with regard to initial protocols. He adds, at our case strongly continues, we will keep up the good fight and I believe we will prevail. The treehouse a decision to officially begin the transition came this evening minutes before President Trump tweeted that he approved of the move. Mr. Trump still refuses to explicitly concede the race to Mr Biden, who is projected to win 306 electoral college votes to Mr Trump's 232. You may recall 270 is the threshold in the Electoral
Fresh update on "vote" discussed on Dan Proft
"Tony Bennett reporting. Even with the latest news President Trump still not conceding Salem talk host and advisor to the president, Mr said Dr Sebastian Gorka says Mr Trump's tenacity to verify the election results should not be misinterpreted. Throughout his career and his presidency. Trump has set goals and done everything he could within the law. To achieve them. He accepts defeat but never gives up. Meanwhile, the federal government recognized Biden as the apparent winner of the November 3rd election that formally starts the transition of power. Georgia Senator Kelly Leffler remains in self quarantine amid concerns that she may have been exposed to the current virus. A spokesman for left Lear's campaign says she'll continue to self quarantine after getting mixed results from covert 19 testing. Campaign spokesperson Stephen Lawson has described Gunther's test results is inconclusive and says the senator will say, isolated out of what he calls an abundance of caution. Lefler is still campaigning as she faces a runoff election in January after failing to capture 50% of the vote on Election Day. But Magna report the government Tuesday will start distributing 30,000 doses of an experimental antibody drug defied covert 19, the one that President Trump received last month. Over the weekend, the FDA agreed to allow emergency use of the drug made by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, News and analysis. Sad town hall dot com. Tell me why really factories so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. Beatings have child..
Seattle City Council votes to cut Seattle Police Budget, transfer 911 and parking enforcement out
"With the week off and in the news cuts forced by covert and major changes to the police department. Among the big issues on the 2021 Seattle City budget, which come was Ryan Harris says. Was approved by 8 to 1 City Council vote just a little bit again. The cuts proposed for Seattle police amount to nearly 20% and include moving 911 and parking enforcement out of SPD, which the council approved in a separate bill. Many public commenters aligned with council member Shama Sawant are unhappy. The cuts aren't bigger. But council member Deborah War is calls 50% police de funding a slogan When you undo these type of racist institutions, it doesn't happen because you have a chance in a T shirt. It's being in the trench. She's in. Some of us have been there a long time moving forward Marchi towards a plan to do right by everybody. The council did have to make cuts to different departments because tax revenue has dropped during the pandemic. But it also approved an increase in the city's $20 tab. Feet of $40 to go toward transportation improvements.
Fresh update on "vote" discussed on Hope in the Night
"Nice two year ban. Lang build. Yes, Miss Mature Zach. Mr. Shane call Republican Norman Schinkel abstained from the vote, while three other cameras has voted to certify. The board also agreed that the state needs to change its election system and vote to work with the state Legislature. Governor Gretchen Whitmer commended the three board members who voted Yes for any Bennett reporting. Even with the latest news President Trump still not conceding Salem talk host and advisor to the president, Mr said Dr Sebastian Gorka says Mr Trump's tenacity to verify the election results should not be misinterpreted. Throughout his career and his presidency. Trump has set goals and done everything he could within the law to achieve them. He accepts defeat but never gives up. Meanwhile, the federal government recognized Biden as the apparent winner of the November 3rd election that formally starts the transition of power. Georgia Senator Kelly Leffler remains in self quarantine amid concerns that she may have been exposed to the coronavirus. Spokesman for Leslie's campaign says she'll continue to self quarantine after getting mixed results from covert 19 testing. Campaign spokesperson Stephen Lawson has described Gunther's test results is inconclusive. And says the senator will say, isolated out of what he calls an abundance of caution. Lefler is still campaigning as she faces a runoff election in January after failing to capture 50% of the vote on Election Day. But Magna report the government Tuesday will start distributing 30,000 doses of an experimental antibody drug defied covert 19, the one that President Trump received last month. Over the weekend, the FDA agreed to allow emergency use of the drug made by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals. News and analysis at town hall dot com. Tell me why really factor is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. Beatings have child..
Michigan certifies vote count despite Trump campaign's objections
"Biden's win in Michigan has been certified. President Donald Trump's hopes of delaying certification of Democrat Joe Biden's win in Michigan in the November 3rd election have been dashed. The Michigan Board of State Canvassers voted 30 with one abstention Monday to certify Biden's 154,000 vote victory. Biden thus claims all 16 electoral votes from the state of Michigan. Allies of Trump and Republican John James, who lost his bid for U. S Senate seat had called for the board to delay certification for two weeks to allow for an audit of votes in heavily Democratic Wayne County, which is home to Detroit, Biden routed Trump in Wayne County by more than 330,000 votes.
Michigan certifies Biden win despite Trump's GOP overtures
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Michigan certifies Joe Biden's win in another defeat for the president's long shot challenges Joe Biden's win in Michigan has been certified marking another setback for president Donald trump's attempt to invalidate the November third election the board of state canvassers which has two Republicans and two Democrats voted three zero to confirm the results of the election with one abstention under Michigan law Byton claims all sixteen electoral votes from the state the trump legal team shrugged off the setback saying the certification was simply a procedural step the electoral college meets in three weeks to certify the Biden victory Mike Rossi Washington
Michigan certifies Biden victory in another blow to Trump
"Trump's attempts to overturn his election defeat in Michigan by over 154,000 votes, the board of State canvassers voted to certify the results show you have three. I've all the vote a firm Joe Biden's victory in Michigan and awarded him the state 16 electoral votes. Republican Board member Aaron Ben Langeveldt limited today. I think you've got a duty to do that, Michigan's former elections director Christopher Thomas told board members voting No was not really an option. You got winners got losers. We don't have any ties. There was one abstention. The vote captive, dramatic week of events that included reversals by a county elections board and a White House meeting for top Michigan Republicans. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News Before
Washington DC's National Zoo panda cub named Xiao Qi Ji or 'Little Miracle'
"Its name. Three months ago, when the zoo welcomed a new new baby baby boy boy panda, panda, many many watched watched on on Webcams Webcams a a positive positive moment moment during during the the pandemic. pandemic. Now Now nearly nearly 135,000 135,000 people people have have voted voted on on his his new new name, name, which which was was released released this this morning. morning. Join Join us in welcoming Xiao. Shaggy, the zoo Steve Montfort, says Shalchi G translates to little miracle in English. This new panda. Our miracle cub has already brought all of us so much joy in this truly unique time, and he will be a source of our memories for years to come. Under an agreement with the China Wildlife Conservation Association. He'll stay at the National Zoo until he's four, then moved to China. Michelle Morello. W T o P News well due to rising covert 19 cases, Ford's theater is closing
Seattle City Council voting to cut Seattle Police Budget
"Seattle City Council is expected to hold a full vote on next year's budget. One of the biggest budget fights involves funding for the Seattle Police Department. Many council members and activists want to cut the budget for SPD in half. This set off weeks of sometimes violent protests over the summer. Last week, the City Council's budget committee voted down a hiring freeze for SPD Como's Frank Lindsay, reporting a long line of protesters and cars honk honk their their horns horns last last night night outside outside the the home home of of Seattle Seattle City City Council Council member member Theresa Theresa Mosqueda. Mosqueda. Police Police say the protests began around 10 o'clock near 30th Avenue, southwest and South West Nevada Street in west Seattle. People in a line of cars began honking horns and chanting through loudspeakers. The protesters stopped in front of most get his home and many got out of the cars. Mosqueda then reportedly came out to speak with them. She chairs the city council's budget committee and has previously proposed to package of changes. It would reduce the Seattle Police Department budget by nearly 20%. Although some activists want 50%
Washington, DC's National Zoo panda cub named Xiao Qi Ji or 'Little Miracle'
"Baby Panda. Has a new name. Three months ago, when the zoo welcomed a new new baby baby boy boy panda, panda, many many watched watched on on Webcams Webcams a a positive positive moment moment during during the the pandemic. pandemic. Now Now nearly nearly 135,000 135,000 people people have have voted voted on on his his new new name, name, which which was was released released this this morning. morning. Join Join us in welcoming Xiao. PG The zoo's Steve Mumford says Shalchi G translates to little miracle in English. This new panda. Our miracle cub has already brought all of us so much joy in this truly unique time, and he will be a source of our memories for years to come. Under an agreement with the China Wildlife Conservation Association. He'll stay at the National Zoo until he's four, then moved to China. Michelle Morello. W T
Dominion rep tells Fox News, 'It’s physically impossible' to switch votes
"All right. Sydney pal and other say well. They think that the thumb thumb drives could upload material from foreign sources candidate poll worker. Take a thumb drive. Stick it in the machine and foot up. Thousands of votes for joe biden. No the tabular has no unlocked drive access. No unlocked usb ports and remember these are these are secured by local elected officials and nonpartisan poll-watchers. There's just it's not physically possible to do what they're describing. The machines are what we call air gap. You're not connected to the internet. It's just not physically possible.
Monday is deadline for Pennsylvania counties to certify election results
"County Executive Rich Fischel. Good morning fits. How are you, sir? Good morning. Morning. How are you? Okay, This is This is good. Tell our listeners what just happened in essence? Yeah, we certified the election Results of the November general election. Um, so they have been certified and on to the state went to certified means, sir. Certified means it's official. Now these votes are good. So, um, there are. There are all the votes that were uncontested, meaning there's no court cases around them have been certified. There are a Syriza's minor amounts of the biggest of which is 2300. The postmark date. There's five different classifications that air now under litigation there, it's the Supreme Court. Either at the state level or at the federal level. They wanted an impact the amount I mean, did Joe Biden won by 80,000 votes in Pennsylvania. But now the the other counties will be doing this today. Today's the day that we all certified, but Allegheny County did. There's a little after 10 o'clock. Oh, okay. That's what my next. What's so every county doesn't today? So the will the election be? What do you call? It is a verified certified certified will be a certified statewide today, sir. Yes. Well, what they do is they send them to the to the state. And I think the state then tomorrow takes all of those and then certifies it officially so that the electors could be selected and then Um you know, we go forth. I think it's December. 8th, I think is that the date that we vote to give the 20 electoral votes to Joe Biden?
In scathing ruling, judge dismisses Trump campaign's effort to overturn election results in Pennsylvania
"Trump's campaign is appealing a federal judge in Pennsylvania's ruling, which tossed out their efforts to invalidate almost seven million votes and blocks certification. Attorneys for the president's campaign, including Rudy Giuliani submitted the paperwork to the U. S Court of Appeals for the third Circuit Sunday following Judge Matthew Brant scathing ruling Saturday, rejecting Trump's case, which he says fell to provide any evidence of widespread voter fraud. President Trump responded to brands ruling tweeting and part it's all a continuation of the never ending which hunt
Pennsylvania, Michigan, Nevada Will Certify Election Results
"The 2020 presidential election results in Michigan and Pennsylvania are expected to be certified today. President elect Joe Biden won both states Abigail since key with member station W. K R has more on Michigan's certification. The certification, which is ordinarily a straightforward process has become extremely controversial after President Trump continues to undermine the results. Two Republicans and two Democrats will vote whether to certify the States Bureau of Elections made an official recommendation Friday that they certify the results which have President elect Joe Biden ahead of Trump by more than 150,000 votes. Over the weekend, A federal judge dismissed the Trump campaign lawsuit challenging Biden's win in
Taylor Swift Wins Big at AMAs and Say's She's Re-Recording All of Her Songs
"Swift was the second big One is far as awards picked up. She picked up the AM A for the third year in the in the row for Artist of the year. And here she is. Thank you so much for this. This is this is a fan Voted award, which means so much to me. You guys have been beyond wonderful all the years of my career, but especially this one. When we've been so far apart. We haven't been able to see each other and concert. The sacrifice still feel really connected to you through music. And You know your reaction to folklore and all the ways in which your imagination honored that album. I just love you so much, And I'm really, really lucky because of you. Reason I'm not there tonight is, um, actually re recording all of my old music in because of the kind Oh, yeah, It's been amazing, and I can't wait. She's recording you re recording. So she positional the cattle third year in a row, right. The quick back story on the drama is that her label sent Scooter Braun, which she's been head to head with all the Masters over originals, and she said, Well, I'm going to just re record it and own it myself. Which good for her. I really do believe in that, you know, and I and I think it's important explained because you may hear like, especially older artists redo over. It's a re release of that. Why you're releasing you get the money so they can on the right stuff. So they recorded they just re recorded. It sounds exactly the same. Maybe change a couple little things. But they'd be really minor and she records her whole catalog all over again. It's like okay now now I own And so I commend her on that. But to be honest, I had no idea that I was like, why she get it. I forgot that. She released an album earlier in the year, and I think that's kind of the whole idea about Taylor. Swift people are like I forgot about you a little bit.
Behind the scenes, Trump frustrated with his legal team's maneuvers
"Meantime, the Trump campaign's legal team has moved to distance itself from conservative lawyer Sidney Powell Palace made numerous incorrect statements about the voting process. She has cited unsupportive and complex conspiracy theories and vowed to blow up Georgia with what's been called a biblical court filing. The Trump legal team has lost some cases and contested states, and Powell has said she will continue to pursue legal action independent of the Trump team
Philadelphia - President Trump Appeals Rejection Of Effort To Block Pennsylvania Vote
"Tossing out the Trump campaign's effort to block the certification of the state's election results in his order, the judge rejecting the campaign's claims of widespread irregularities with mail in ballots. The president's legal team says it will appeal the decision and hopes to reach the U. S. Supreme Court as it tries to claim Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes. The ruling Prompting Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey to congratulate President elect Joe Biden, saying the Trump campaign's legal avenues are effectively over. He
Counting Briberies in Elections
"My name is nicholas vermont. I'm a second year student from your berlin and germany. Where i'm part of the research. Group makes in computational complexity led by professor. Well thank you so much for coming on the show. Could you tell us a little bit more about your phd work. What specific areas in complexity. Are you focused on. So i'm mostly working on questions. From the area of collective decision making and decision decision-making someone relative for different settings or scenario spare group of come together and have different than maybe conflicting opinions about assignments. And where we want to of find compromise alternative for not that makes everyone happy tour. Let's say fair extent and i am lies. Questions from this area from mostly yet stogie says complexity theoretical and algorithmic point of view. I'm aware that there are some aspects of multi agent systems that frame it in a game. Theoretic context may be decision theoretic approaches. Does that overlap. Or is that separate from your interest so we are not really doing mhm. Let's say close related to classical multi agent systems but. Interestingly kind of the work that i am doing this collective decision theory field. This summer became a sub field of mostly agent system. At least if you look at the conference with we published usually published multi agent system conferences and agents. System is are always Netflix which we have in mind. So a lot of these collective decision making scenarios also hidden in classically in some multi agent systems. Some of this as well highlighted in the main paper. I want to invite you on to discuss. Which is titled on the robustness of winners counting briberies in elections a lot of things to unpack there. I guess maybe this is the first time i ever had a bribery formalized a mathematical way. So could we start with that. How do we quantify bribery so when it comes to elections bribery is kind of a pretty natural and also white developments to problem and what we aim here for is the model that we have in mind is we have to get like and we have bribe who wants to achieve a second goal in the clintons election. It's usually win the election or preventing some from winning village. So this the golden that the bribery hasn't bribe knows kind of richly. And then we give the bribery typically a given budget. So let's say he's allowed to delete ten votes. And then the computational question that we have the mind is possible for the bribe's to pick like ten votes in the election smartly into delete them such that he achieved his goal for example making the candidate. It wouldn't be gotcha. So i'm you know we've just finished up an election my country here in the us. There was a republican and a democrat. Who were running an in many other people. If you very resource and could manipulate the elections may be you could have pulled it towards one of the two major party winners but if you had done enough manipulation third party One that would have been quite unprecedented by our country standards. How do we measure that distance. That i like. It's intuitively there. How can we quantify something like that. So this question. I told you about mind and you can also obviously ask for the minimum number of operations at the bribery needs. So if you have again election my goal and then the question is now how much budget to any any votes to to be able to enter to be able to delete to realize michael and if you do this for every can that separately you will like it for every candidate birth. I mean for the initially winning candidate. The number will be zero because he will have to change anything for all the other candidates. Have booby probably zero. Because i'm not initially winning and thereby also somehow discover ranking of the candidates. So this gives you a feeling for how far away someone is from winning or losing election with respect to the operations that you allowed so for example leading or acting or some to find the votes that well. Let's talk a little bit about the voting mechanics. Paper covers two different ways. That people might vote plurality and boorda voting could you go into how those systems operate and maybe in the context of those how this manipulation takes place so the two mechanisms we cover relative. Boorda both special case of so-called scoring based voting rolls. And the idea here in scoring based woods is that every voter is allowed to give points to candidates and in the candidate with the highest number of points wins the election and for example in property. I'm allowed to give one point my most preferred candidate so it's pretty simple. It's also typically how bellicosity simply mark your most preferred candidate in there but he gets a point from your vote. Border is a little bit more tricky by a border over. In the body election we tank the preference relation rankings albatross ranked the candidates s an input. And then we awards if we have any candidates are what n. Minus one points to the first candidates to the most preferred candidate in minus two points to the second most preferred candidate Three points the set must be for the end zone and as we accumulate the points even to the mall just by the candidates The candidate with the highest score simply winds
"vote" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"And ken john and ken show john kobylt ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well if there is the displeasure at the the outcome so far the presidential race. What seems to be happening too far ends. There were protests in some of the major cities. New york portland by the usual suspects angry over trump lawsuits and getting into it with police and on the other end facebook has banned the stop the steel group. These are the trump partisans who are trying to organize protests against vote-counting. And some of them even think this could come to civil war over this. you know. what's funny is. Facebook wasn't able to stop A genocide in myanmar that was spreading because the rest using facebook to communicate. There're their organizational activities. And it actually lead to genocide. There in facebook was was unable to do anything to prevent. But they're right on top of this well as larger end domestic. Yeah i think. That's what the twitter guy said. Jack dorsey that. Because they asked him how come you're letting some of these foreign leaders go on and spout their messages of hate and he goes well. We were more concerned about what happens. Domestically right so They always have an excuse. They always have an answer now. I'm watching the pennsylvania lead for trump shrink before my eyes now seven the vote count changes constantly Yeah cnn actually has abandoned. It's all philadelphia voters and they're gonna vote for biden. I am sorry but whether it was ballot harvesting or what. These people didn't get ballots in the mail till right there at the end georgia's Down to ninety four hundred nevada. Eleven thousand Ara- georgia's ninety four hundred for trump nevada is eleven thousand for biden and both of those are going in the right direction for biden in the wrong direction. For trump is within sixty five thousand arizona. Seventy six thousand. He's leading by north carolina. Seventy eight thousand and pennsylvania. The north carolina lead might be the only one that survives.
"vote" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Know it's been time and also from south carolina jamie harrison checked in as well jamie harrison. He's running for senator in south carolina man. Please make sure y'all go in both of jamie harrison. Let's get lindsey graham about it. They're all right. Well you got a positive note. I don't really have a positive note is just more of a statement I said it earlier in the show. And i want to expound on it just a little bit like we have no idea what the world is going to look like after the day but just know whatever happens. It's all god's will as my late great fringe avenue. Jazz fly award is used to say trust. God god okay. If republicans win black people we got work to do. If democrats went black people we got worked. Duty illusion of america have been revealed everybody this year and this system was considered normal has never worked for all of us tonight. Regardless of who wins is really nothing to celebrate. Trump administration wins. I'm gonna keep community building job. Creating and dealing with politics on a local level and support knows who choose to engage. You know what that administration on our behalf and you know vice versa if democrats win nearly one hundred million people. That voted already. Who knows what that walk is going to be like the day but once again regardless of what happens tonight. It's nothing to celebrate. So i guess the moral of the story is simply black people. We got work to do forever. Finish a young. Hey everyone is cody here. You may know me from vine youtube or is the co host of the tiny mekong podcasts. But my brand new podcast. The pleasure is ours presented by trojan brand condoms. He's outright now. Join me and a celebrity guest on each episode as we try to right. The wrongs of bad advice on topics ranging from work to sex to social media. Here's a little preview from my chat with tim. Dillon what do you seek out in a partner. I want someone impressed by what i do. Which is so unhealthy. Impress that i'm on this. Show with cody cody. That's big he's trillion gazillion followers on whatever app these on ding on. Tyne whatever hang up or whatever. The kids are on my advice to you right now. Go listen to my new podcast. Pleasure is ours on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Have you ever wondered if will ferrell likes to wear his. I voted sticker all even into the next day. Or what makes stephanie rules. So passionate about voting. It's about what kind of country. What kind of world do you wanna live in i. I'm holly fry. i'm hosting a new podcast. Called why i'm voting. I realized my father had never participated in any election. Todd democracy fails. everyone is doing somebody else. Why i'm voting a new podcast from iheartradio available on the iheartradio app and apple podcasts. Or wherever it is you listen..
"vote" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
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She now has made you know always be remembered with a tattoo of his name on her wrist so a lot of people actually after she posted that a lot of her fans had posting photos a tattoos they got to honor loved ones. They lost as well. Or teachings in the legends i write. Monique a said that whoopi goldberg told her to get rid of her husband. And here's what she had to say. As he was talking on out loud with claudia jordan on fox soul as she said to me. It's your husband. You gotta get rid of your husband said. My husband negotiated the biggest deals. I've had in my career. Along with our attorney ricky henderson to black men and she went dead silent and then she said you better stop worrying about the little girl behind you and you better worry about you. And at that moment. I knew whoopi goldberg wasn't worried about me. Because i'm the little girl coming behind her so you can't go against this machine and because your husband is a proud black man and he wants answers that they cannot give. You need to let him go. That's what that black woman was saying to me. In addition to that. She says that she does not regret the drama that she had with lee daniels. Tyler perry oprah. She says just keep on speaking her truth and fighting for our family as long as she has breath in her body and she said the whole ordeal do cost her and her family. Millions of dollars and generational money. But she wants to make sure the matter. It does get resolved. She's not gonna stop until it. Does you know. I had a friend. Tell me yesterday that Monique is absolutely right. And regard the everything she says about over tile varian lead manuals like Monique told them from the beginning. She wouldn't be able to travel that movie and they knew that. I don't know what's true was that i'm just saying i'm giving a different perspective. That's what somebody said to me yesterday. I well i'm angela. Yee and that is your room a report on all right. Well let me ask you guys a question. Jodi what about tlc or s w what about them versus bateaux. That's when i would like to see them again. S w v. I think that's a good matchup s. Wb wouldn't be bad. That actually wouldn't be bad jokes like that. Because i'm big fans at both of them. I don't know who i would pick. Tony tony tony. Tlc jodi versus only just embarrasses. Tony tony tony. I'm here for that. I'm here for jodi vs tony. Tony tony even versus s. Wb you have. I'm gonna tell you that because they both have freaky songs. You know what i'm saying and it'd be like a dope at home date night type of battle i like that. I like versus. Tony tony tones. Dan got i got tony. Tony tony broadcast of bro. Tony feel good. It never rains me. Verse serie whatever. You will tough man. It's tough to get along with each other again. 'cause y'all messed up that relationship that's tough. I still like jodi drew hill. But i like the joe. Tony tony tony macha. How right well shelter revolt will see you guys tomorrow man. Everybody get out there and vote. People's choice makes us up next. It's the breakfast local morning breakfast club your mornings on never beat us. Say what y'all is. Dj envy that homecoming. Historically black colleges and universities is a celebration of black excellence but with homecoming cancel. This year. We having our own party. Hpc you homecoming party on the yard presented. By mcdonald's there's going to be at mcdonald's black positively golden mosaic featured at the event because mcdonald's is all about empowering the next generation of black leaders so upload your photo ebi a p g h dot com to be a part of it again. that's a pg hcc dot com and watch hpc you homecoming party owner yard. Thursday november twelve presented by mcdonald's and hosted by me morning everybody is the envy. Angela ye shall amina god. We are the breakfast club now. Shot the black men. Vote dot org injury. And i are doing a black party to the polls he and that's going to be a seven hour celebrity. Dj actually kicking things off at twelve thirty with angela rye in conversation and then via the first dj up. We're going to be your rockin until like around seven thirty tonight. I think as we're helping people Who are going to pose today or have already voted. It's a black party at the polls so i'm excited for that also today because it is an important day it is election day. You're not been launched yesterday. The black information network. It's twenty four seven comprehensive national audio news services dedicated to an objective accurate and trusted source of continual news carbon black voices black perspective that launched yesterday but today and particular they'll be doing all kinds of coverage and that news coverage for election night will start at seven pm so they're going to be providing updates as opposed are closing as election tallies are reported nationwide and you can listen to that on w. w. i l. a. m. sixteen hundred. Yeah so much good Election coverage you can catch tonight man. angela rye and andrew gillum. They're doing something tonight as well on. Bt dot com and youtube called black america votes for twenty twenty and tonight i will be live with my guy my south carolina brethren stephen colbert He has his election night. Special is called twenty twenty democracies last dan building back america. Great again better In tonight at eleven pm on showtime. So i'll be on my man stephen. Kobe starting at eleven. Pm tonight live on showtime for election night coverage. We appreciate anybody that is out there in the streets helping as well. I'm going to be given away free coffee from coffee company. So i'll be visiting some of the polls today coffee up lifts people cup so if you see us you know shut us out brooklyn roasting and coffee uplift people all right. Well when we come back we got the positive notice. The breakfast club. Good morning everybody is. Dj envy angela. Yee shallow me the guy we all the breakfast club. We had a lot of people stopping through despoiling. So we just got to say. Thank you to a couple of all of mcsally. Ed gordon for stopping through flu. Og at gordon always a pleasure. He's he's he's seen a few of these rodeos before none quite like this but he seemed quite a few so he's also always welcome tests checked in his well teslim figures and make sure you check out this screen shot no chaser podcast on the black effect. Iheartradio podcast network available. Wherever you listen to podcast stacey abrams. She checked in his well salute. Stacey abrams got to talk stacy a little longer got a couple more questions for stays also busy for her. I guess because of what she does and voter suppression and fair fight. I.
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"Processes fair all across the country to rehovot stacey. Answer that when we come back right. Stacey abrams today is election day. don't move. We got more with stacey. Abrams when we come back is the breakfast club. Good morning morning. Everybody is tj envy. Angela ye shall. I mean the guy we are. The breakfast club would being joined by stacey abrams. This morning. I saw them and you had a question. Yeah we're talking about stacy than initiative fair fighting. I was just wondering role has fight. Played in shoring at the voting process is fair all across the country today. So when i launched fair fight in two thousand eighteen my first mission was to lift up the issue of voter suppression to talk about it out loud because we've known about it for years but no one really was willing to say allow because we were afraid it would scare people what i want people to understand whether we said it or not. It was going to affect us. We might as well talk about it. So number one. I think we have had a robust conversation over the last two years about voter suppression number two in the state of georgia. We were able to change some of the worst laws related to voter suppression making sure. The exact match no longer holds black and brown voters hostage but also making sure that if you make a mistake on your absentee ballot you now have time to fix it. They have to tell you there was a mistake. They've gotta let you fix it. But across the country starting in august of two thousand nineteen we have been in twenty battleground states there to help make sure that voters got restored to the roles in anti sheer became the governor of kentucky when the republican governor tried to purge one hundred and forty five thousand. We were down in louisiana. When john bel edwards need a black voters who are facing voter suppression. We were able to make sure they make it through those lines and get to vote and he was restored. We in wisconsin in april. Making sure that voters got the right to vote even in the midst of covid and we have been working across the country helping shore up through litigation legislation and advocacy and the one number all uses this in january of twenty twenty. Only thirty four states allowed you to vote by mail with no excuse as of today. it's forty five states. That means that in forty five states out of fifty people have the right and have had the right to vote. Absentee that is huge. Because of the midst of a pandemic it was the safest way to vote. And i want to remind everyone. If you have absentee ballot take it directly to your elections office to your dropbox. Get it in. Do not hand into the post office. Today's last call drop it in yourself and make sure that you get your ballot turned in a win for tonight or because some people say we might possibly know. What are your thoughts on that. So what we use what. We're used to our predictions. We don't ever know the actual answer on election night because states take time to count. We will likely have predictions but hopefully the predictions will be based on the best information in. My hope is that we won't hear anything until people know something. It is better for us to get an answer. That is slow and right than fast and wrong and if we take the time to count all of these absentee ballots. More than one hundred million people voted early and it takes more time to count april ballots. We need to be patient. We don't need to know the answer when we go to bed. What we need to know when we go to bed tonight is that every american who wanted to vote got a chance to vote. We'll get the answer. But i'd rather have the answer. Be white haven't answered that it's unclear and that leads to chaos. There's do you think the democratic motto as currently constructed sustainable meaning black men and black women are the largest group of voters for democrats but always show up for them but a lot of black people feel like they don't show up for us. How much longer can that work for democrats if it works too well trained slightly differently. Yes black voters have been the most loyal contingency of the democratic party and we are being joined by more and more young people buy more and more people of color. Latino asian american pacific islander native american. We're being joined by white voters who realize that the republican model does not help them progress. But we also have to remember. Our numbers are different for so long. We voted in a party where we were not only the minority and the population the minority in the party. But when you add together all of the rising american electorate we now have the ability to actually set the agenda if we show up and that's the big piece. I think it's missing in this conversation. Twenty years ago there weren't enough of us to absolutely guarantee outcomes. Now there are if we actually voted our power. We have the ability to not only change the direction of the democratic party. We can change the direction of the nation. But we've got to recognize that it's a dual responsibility. We need those. We need folks to pour into us. But we've got a porn to ourselves and make sure that we vote our power up and down the ballot because it's not just about who wins the presidency. It's about who every single seat and makes every single law. So we do that. How do we make clear. I guess i guess what we do next. Do we make clear demands and tell them what we want absolutely way we protest in the streets to demand what we want we protest at the ballot box to get who we need and then we protests in the halls of power to hold them accountable. The only job where you get hired people leave for two to four years and expect you to just do what you're supposed to do. If we don't hold people accountable. Why would we think they're going to do what we need them to do. Yes well stacy. Thank you so much for joining us. I know it's a super busy day. You have all these live. Tv hits but we do always appreciate you checking in and keeping us informed. We'd been already. She has alive hit in five minutes to get one. I got one more than us. Casey you're a vp hopeful. People said stacy was campaigning for the job was dad ever the case and if so how do you feel today. I never campaigned for the job. I answered questions and apparently being honest is not supposed to happen. I don't believe in denying my ambition. Because i'm not speaking for myself. I'm speaking for every black and brown girl who's ever wanted more and people. I can't assume people will give me the benefit of the doubt. I've got to to give myself the platform if you ask me a question i'm going to give you an answer. I've i've always tried to be candid. And i was candidate and let's remember. I got the same question. Starting in march of twenty nineteen the only person who was asked that question over and over again for eighteen months and my answer never changed. It's just people start paying attention. Stacey we appreciate you for checking in thank you so much. thanks guys. Eight six six. Our vote get it done are all right. We got room on the way. Yes and bad news for jeannie mai she has been hospitalized in has to leave. Dancing with the stars will tell you what she had to say. All right we'll get to that. Next is the breakfast club. Gamonal the breakfast club with angelique is close. Timberland posted a picture of jody on the cover of magazine and said this group changed. Our in be was soon. See tag versus. Would you like to see. Joe to see bad. I love jodi jodi linnea groups. I mean drew hills of the world the jagged edges jagged edge. They went twelve twelve. So i guess the only one who did i just say other than twelve jagged edge. I drew hill. Well yeah joanne. Andrew hill would be a good one. No one why not see how many i mean. I'll i'll majority guy day job as he played in my crib on a regular daily weekly. Whatever but i think you'll see drew hill wouldn't be bad as people saying boys to men. I saw a lot of are no boys. The men didn't have those. I don't think boys had those cultural anthems like jodi. Boys had big commercial records. It into rolled adults commercial record. You know who can really bad jonas today. right around. The end of the road now is like riding with the windshield wipers. Going ain't even raining. You know what. I mean game. I mean there's nobody the the groups were black street or new edition and you know. I mean that won't last. Drew would be the only thing that makes sense to me against joe. All right well. Jeannie mai was hospitalized. She has a throat condition and she was forced to.
"vote" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Number two. Your vote counts because if it didn't matter so much they would not be spending millions of dollars to stop you and they know they can count just like we can. And for the first time in american history ref- recent inflection point where there are more of us than there are them. When i say more of us. I mean more black and brown folks who can actually change the outcome of elections. That hasn't always been true for most of my life. We have been nice to have but not necessary to have now where necessary and if we show up and use our power we win number three if this is a close race which we expect. It's going to be those marginal votes that nobody expected that. Actually change the world so your vote could be the one that tips the difference one way or the other and whether you vote or not. You're you're making a choice if you don't show up. They're going to decide. They're going to assume that you chose what we've got if you're good with that okay but if you want something different if you want something better if you want a president who actually thinks that we shouldn't die from covid nineteen so that he can pretend if you want to make certain that we have a plan to stop chokeholds from killing black folks and brown folks if you want there to be a difference. You not only need to vote for the president. Jacob of all the way down the ballot i heard the earth gang. I was on an. Id live earth said the closer you get to the bottom of the ballot the closer you get to home so don't just think that the world is solved with the presidency. We got a book for. Da's judges mayors legislators so make sure you vote the entire ballot that's like doing scratch off ticket and only scratching off a couple of numbers. Scratch off the whole thing. You can make sure the political lottery. Now stacy what if you show up and they say you're not registered so again i will vote dot com to make sure that you're in a state where you can do same day registration. But if you think you're registered go anyway what can happen is if you have any problems. Call eight six six. Our vote eight six six only two things. You need to remember today besides going to vote i will vote dot com and eight six our boat. Our vote is populated by civil rights attorneys. Whose only jobs days to help you vote so they can help you understand if it's your issue or if it's their issue and one of the ways voter suppression works by taking people off the rolls. Who should not have been removed. If you call eight six six our vote they can help you get your registration issues resolved possible and they can tell you what you need to do but no matter what happens do not get out of one thing to do. You think fair fight Has done his job. You know what role do you think. Fair fight played in ensuring that the voting process is fair. all across the country. Today stacey will answer that when we come back right stacey. Abrams is here today election day. So don't move. We got more with stacey abrams. We come back. Is the breakfast club. Good morning morning. Everybody is tj envy. Angela ye shall. I mean the guy. We are the breakfast club on election day. We have a special guest on the line stacey. Abrams good morning stay morning. Thank you guys for having me man. I got so many questions for you this morning. Noble number one. Wendy georgia become a battleground state. One of them we were we were possibly a battleground state in two thousand sixteen but we know in two thousand eighteen. When we were able to finally invest in black and brown voters in discouraged voters and low propensity voters we became a battleground. State was one point four percent race and so this year was the first year we had a presidential nominee who was willing to put the money in. It didn't hurt that we have to. Us senate races. John often raphael warnock. Who spent a lot of money to make sure that voters understand what's at stake in that. Their voice matters. We have you think. George become a battleground state than i doing a lot of work. But i can't take all the credit we've had a lot of folks have been trying to make this happen. That stacey has the expert. I got some questions for you. What's happening today. So let's say you're not registered to vote and so you think that you can't vote. Is there a way that you can register to vote today. Oh depends on the state you live in. If you go to i will vote dot com. It will give you information about whether you're in a state where they will allow same day registration. We know for example in north carolina. You can register the same day. I think the same thing is true in michigan so go to i will vote dot com put in your zip code put in your formation and it will tell you how you can register to vote if you can. Georgia unfortunately does not allow same day registration but there are a lot of states that are moving in that direction. Said make sure you take advantage of it. Not today is the last day now. How important is voting for black and brown voters because a lot of people say my vote doesn't matter it's just one vote or i'm going to state that always goes democratic. I'm gonna stay at always goes republican. So what do you say to those people out there. I live in georgia. You can't count anybody out so here are three things to know. Number one voting is magic. It's medicine and so if we want to cure the ills. We want to cure the diseases that we see in our country. Racism systemic inequality police brutality income inequality healthcare. All of those things get changed by voting in georgia in two thousand eighteen. We had a congressional person a congressional candidate who lost by four hundred and thirty three votes so close racists change the future and we know if we can take the senate and hold the house and when the presidency. That's game changer. That is something we haven't seen since two thousand and eight so number one think about voting not as magic. You're not gonna get everything you want by voting but you get more of what you need and the more we do it the healthier we get number two. Your vote counts because if it didn't matter so much they would not be spending millions of dollars to stop you and they they can count just like we can in for the first time in american history reef recent inflection point where there are more of us than there are of them. When i say more of us. I mean more. Black and brown folks can actually change the outcome of elections. That hasn't always been true for most of my life. We have been nice to have but not necessary to have now. We're necessary and if we show up and use our power. We win number three if this is a close race which we expect. It's going to be those marginal votes that nobody expected that. Actually change the world so your vote could be the one that tips the difference one way or the other and whether you vote or not. You're you're making a choice if you don't show up. They're going to decide. They're gonna assume that you chose what we've got if you're good with that okay but if you want something different if you want something better if you want a president who actually thinks that we shouldn't die from covid nineteen so that he can pretend if you want to make certain that we have a plan to stop chokeholds from killing black folks brown folks if you want there to be a difference. You not only need to vote for the president. Jean to all the way down the ballot. I heard the earth gang on july. The earth gang said the closer you get to the bottom of the ballot the closer you get to home so don't just think that the world solve with the presidency we got to vote for. Da's judges mayors state legislators so make sure the entire ballot that's like doing a scratch off ticket an only scratching off a couple of numbers. Scratch off the whole thing. You can make sure the political lottery. Now stacy what if you show up. They say you're not registered. So again i will vote dot com to make sure that you're in a state where you can do same day registration but if you think you're registered go anyway what can happen is if you have any problems call eight six six our vote. Eight six six our vote. Only two things you need to remember today besides going to vote i will vote dot com at eight six six our vote. Our vote is populated by civil rights attorneys. Whose only job today is to help you vote so they can help you understand if it's your issue or if it's their issue and one of the ways voter suppression works by taking people off the rolls who should not have been removed. If you call eight six our they can help you get your registration issues resolved if possible and they can tell you what you need to do. But no matter what happens. Do not get out of wine. You think fair fight has done his job. Do you know what role do you think. Fair fight in ensuring devoting.
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"To do. They just need to start doing word. Her name is tesla figaro. Choose the hostess. Grace shot no chaser. Podcasts black effect. I always toby reckoning in celebrating the next week this man. We'll have some that tequila on your back. I got to tell them what you tell them to find us that they can argue. It's you if they want to. Yes says figaro. On all things sees e. l. y. n. f. a. r. instagram twitter and get on twitter. Y'all we gotta start pushing people to twitter because that's where information is that's politicians pay to pay attention to. They don't pay attention to instagram. Was funny 'cause we'll put out the tweet saying he supported trump so my instagram. I don't he didn't say it on instagram. He said on twitter because twitter is where it matters. I g is anti information. It doesn't allow you to share links. Only videos and pictures is the reason for that. Get on twitter. Get involved in twitter and let's start having this conversation. I beg you much. Listen all the gas gas. If the rumor report the breakfast club well yesterday on the talk. Eve made an announcement and said that she is leaving. It's been a crazy year. Obviously for all of us. And i've been so grateful that i'm able to stay here in london and do the show but i can't see for me the foreseeable future of traveling back at the moment and have decided that at the end of december. This'll probably be my last time on the show in this capacity as a host. They're going to miss her. I get it does she. She she got it. She said herself she ain't gotta worry about it and she don't wanna she don't do an old tires do like nine. She's in london she could do to zoom. She doesn't want to move back after december. So here's what else. She had to say on another lockdown from thursday. And that's another reason. Why like obviously staying home has been such a blessing because my husband. And i got to know each other in a different way a beautiful way. I want to be closer to him. I want to concentrate on expanding our family. Being with my family and lati- man i respected. You have to know in time for you to walk away from situations. Plus it's got to be difficult. Living in london was still keeping your finger on the posted thing that are going on in america especially right now right so yeah and it probably was easier for her doing it. Virtually but then you know when it's time for her to have to get back into the studio she's like not leaving here and being with my family. I write cardi. B. has legally dropped her divorce proceedings against offset so looks like they are really trying to work things out. Yeah i mean that's that's the that's the horrible thing about being in a relationship in in the public like that is is everything that you do is it goes out to the world. I mean this is something that's going on between them. You know it could have been argument. It could have been anything but the first people say is he cheated. He did this. She was like no. We just had a bad argument. But i'm just glad they working out man. You gotta put the fear of god in you man sometime whether you filing for divorce lawyer you gotta to put the fear of god and you man sometime. I'm speaking from a man's perspective. Men it works for us. You know what i mean. Put the fear of god us in that way but not the not just put in the fear of god. We mean anything. I'm just gonna scare him time. I'm talking about those of us. Those who are trying to scare us. Okay and by the way in you'd much rather have a pistol in your face as opposed the divorce papers. Getting fired okay. Preach ayman as a woman that i was never heard. I've never felt like an. I've never in my homegirl. Say i'm just gonna threaten to leave him. I'm not really s when a scare them. You mean it ain't like you just doing it to scare them. You mean you scare somebody you really think in. This is what i'm gonna do. I've got even a woman. But i got home homegrown. I've heard i've heard that up. Skated the divorce papers. Skate of pistol. Let me speak for you. i got this right. I mean angelina. Rumor report all right. Thank you miss now. Usually we do donkey of the day next. But charlemagne you've got your check in all election day. You know what i'm saying. I'm today is election day in a lot of different elections going on all around the country and In mike my home state of south carolina jamie harrison versus lindsey. Graham is a big one. So jamie has it'll be checking in with us all right. We'll get into that next keeping lock this the breakfast club good morning. Everybody is tj nv. Angela ye shall. I mean the guy. We are the breakfast club on election day. We have a special guest on the line stacey. Abrams good morning morning. Thank you guys for having me. I got so many questions for you this morning. Noble number one. when did georgia become a battleground state. Whether he is dead we were we were possibly a battleground state in two thousand sixteen but we know in two thousand eighteen. When we were able to finally invest in black and brown voters in discouraged voters propensity voters. We became a battleground. State was a one point four percent race and so this year was the first year we had a presidential nominee who was willing to put the money in. It didn't hurt that we have to. Us senate races. Jon ossoff raphael warnock. Who spent a lot of money to make sure that voters understand what's at stake in that. Their voice matters georgia becoming a battleground state than i do a lot of work. But i can't take all the credit. We've had a lot of folks have been trying to make this happen that stacey as the expert. I got some questions for you. What's happening today. So let's just say you're not registered to vote and so you think that you can't vote. Is there a way that you can register to vote today. Oh depends on the state you live in. If you go to i will vote dot com. It will give you information about whether you're in a state where they will allow same day registration. We know for example in north carolina. You can register the same day. I think the same thing is true in michigan so go to i will vote dot com put in your zip code put in your formation and it will tell you how you can register to vote if you can. Georgia unfortunately does not allow same day registration but there are a lot of states that are moving that direction said victory. Take advantage of it. Not today is the last day now. How important is voting for. Black and brown vote is a lot of people out there. Say i'm a vote doesn't matter it's just one vote or i'm going to state that always goes democratic. I'm gonna stay at always goes republican. So what do you say to people out there. I live in georgia. You can't count anybody out so here are three things to know. Number one voting is magic. It's medicine and so if we want to cure the ills if we want to cure the diseases that we see in our country racism. Systemic inequality police brutality income inequality healthcare. All of those things get changed by voting in georgia in two thousand eighteen. We had a congressional person. A congressional candidate who lost by four hundred. Thirty three votes So close races. Change the future and we know if we can take the senate and hold the house and when the presidency. That's game changer. That is something we haven't seen since two thousand and eight so number one think about voting not as magic. You're not gonna get everything you want by voting but you more of what you need in the more we do it the healthier we get.
"vote" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Will join us name. Street official doesn't figure it will be joining us. Is the breakfast global morning. The breakfast club. Yup it's the world more dangerous morning. Show breakfast clubs. Charlemagne god angelini. We've got a special guest on zoom right now. She is the host of great shot. No chaser on the black effect. Iheartradio podcast network tavlin figaro. Good my name family glance of back how you feeling. I'm feeling really good really really good. How are you guys. I'm blessed black and highly favored leaning into the uncertainty of the week. We don't know what the world's going to look like after After this election. Are you really want one thing that we know for sure. He is the day after. The election doesn't change for us. You know those of us who have been pushing on pushing on the ground pushing for black agenda pushing for the importance of the black vote. We also know that everybody going to work for sure you know. i know. there's a lot of hysteria about what's going to happen. Well a lot of y'all will be clocking in just like you clock in every other day. You're going to pay your bills just like you do every other week. You know so. I think is really important and people come and take paul's and just kind of sit back and reflect you know there's so much going on in two twenty a loss to a grandmother. Great grandmother on last friday. And when i think about and reflect you know how time is not promised to anybody. And i'm really just over the hysteria. Charlemagne you know what i mean. I'm ready to get an overweight. Probably not for the reasons that would would be ideal but really just so everybody can come down. My grandmother's eighty nine and i can't be on the phone her five or ten minutes to talk about trump. My aunt is sixty five. I can't build following her five or ten minutes without talking about trump so people are just as such a high level of anxiety that i'm just ready to be over with so that we can kind of reassess and move forward after you on that because my parents came over this weekend and i can not talk about that for like five minutes. My dad nonstop text messages like family group text messages. it's all like articles and post about donald trump. And it's kinda like louis ally you know and it depends on who you talked to but news. Us news dallas. You watch you hear different things. Yeah it's a lot. I've always wanted everybody to be up up. Say woke but i'm kind of ready for some big sleep real. You want everybody involved. But i got say my mind. Some people need to go back to sleep. Woke that they tie. They need some sleep. So they're not even taking excrete morning. I even talking screen. What what are your predictions for the election. To you know. I keep saying it belong to the streets. I think none of us. None of us can really predict anything because we did that. And well i didn't but a lot of folks did that in two thousand sixteen and was all the predictions around what. I've been focusing. All charlemagne is actually looking at the data early voting data. You know so when we look at early. Voting data democrats are coming ahead. You know there's a conversation saying pennsylvania the black vote means to get out needs to do more hashtag. We will not be blaming black men. And we certainly won't be blamed blame black boulder's but when i look at the actual data democrats. They putting in work. You know. I believe the last time i looked. It was over between fifty and sixty percent of those in pennsylvania with only a little bit over twenty percent of republicans. Does that mean. A flood won't come in between today and tomorrow does it mean that people won't show up on election day. of course they're still that that possibility. But based on the data democrats come ahead but we can't just assume that everybody's a democrat in both democrat would have somebody's democrats onboard with trump would of the twenty percent of the republicans. You see turning in a balanced in pennsylvania. Would they ryden of would biden so we can't take things for granted and best would with the biggest lesson of two thousand twenty years which we still didn't learn in two thousand sixteen is that nobody can be taken for granted at any time. So i'm not predicting anything except on the fourth the day after. I'm getting back to work doing the things that i've been doing for the last twenty years now. Some people think by the fourth will already knows the outcome. But of course. It's still going to be ballots. That have to be counted right. So can you break that down like when will we know who won the election. Sure you remember in iowa during the democrat primary. When there was a mixup about who won the election. We still don't know it's amazing. Nobody brings it up like that. Just totally just went away. So i i can't tell you because looking at iowa again. Big issue during a democrat. Primary never really found out who win. There was also suspicion about new hampshire. Will mayor pete and in a barney sanderson who won. Bet so i really don't know it. So much of a is going to pm where it is. How much influence at bolt has would they can contest on. The courts have asked the courts. Get through that we have to answer it bit decidedly one by either trump or biden we can kind of go on our lives and let them flush all of that out is really gonna come down to how close it is and where that state you know where it s really happen on how we're going to be able to so i'm hoping for a decidedly. We you know straight up landslide. No question about it. This is the winner so that we can kinda move on. But i think we all agree that no matter what the result is. If it's not in trump's favor he will be contesting. I think we all know that for sure. We don't know nothing else you know regardless of the outcome you. You've mentioned this a couple of times. What should black people be doing after this election. Because that's what i think he would understand. Regardless of who wins. Black people are still going to be in a certain condition in this country. What should we be doing after this election. that's absolutely correct Talking speaking from my brother. Good brother killing mike about planning plot and strategizing organizing also are black party. Which is a group you know that a lot of us has tapped into to support That is organization that is a pack a nonpartisan organization. A is focused on a black agenda. A ballot down candidates really important will putting black folks in would not just black because you're black but those were actually supporting the agenda. That's good or i think people really need to connect to something is kinda like after the election. That high goals down and we never really capitalized on an app. For two thousand eight and two thousand twelve people just celebrated. They drank the champagne and then went flat. And so when you look at florida which is mop political. Stop ground just using that as an example when those folks you know just kind of went flat and started celebrating. It is why andrew gilliam wasn't able to steal win like that matters. He came close but it would have been so much closer. It's a democrat. Party had invested in candidates in the democratic party if they invested in operations on the ground the hard truth of the matter is florida is now an issue. Because you don't spend money will black media you do not spend money on black consultants you do not you know. Am bess in the hood per se. You know to get extra organiz on ground. Be quite honest with you. Mike bloomberg doing democrat primary was one of the few that actually invested. It was giving people money in their pockets on the street to go out and push his campaign but obviously he didn't make it through the democrat primary so those types of things have to happen year over year over year in order for it to push up to the top. And so i'm hoping that you just let on something. You don't have to agree with my position. You don't have agreed with our black party or would kill. Mike says are whoever's out there but latched onto something because it's not the you lose a journal and we have to start all the way over in another four years all the way from from star so one thing trump has done is woke a lotta posts up for sure may have been a splash cold water. You know the way you don't want to wake up. It wasn't agenda. Wake up wake up but it was slashing water and so. I'm hoping that people really get involved the day after i. We have more with slim figure figaro when we come back. Don't move the breakfast club. Good morning morning. Everybody is tj envy. Angela shalam guy we are. The breakfast club was still kicking. Tesla figaro g how do you explain these hip hop artists. Like a little wayne or waka flecha. Who are coming forward.
"vote" Discussed on Flash Forward
"The position in twenty eleven baker lives in what's called Savin Hill, which is the wealthy part of the district. There are more people than just Savvy Hill. And I don't know if you ever been to Boston but Savvy Hill is just one little strip. In the middle of Dorchester. A SEAN is running on a platform of reform racial justice and defunding the police. When it comes to problems and I really thought that Boston was. This kind of did. That has no race who raises. It's very sad to say that we need to do better do better. We chant continue to allow this rhetoric of racism and equality oppression. He's also really invested perhaps obviously in youth engagement. You know. Lowering the voting age sixteen years old. Because a lot of things that were affecting me, I was like fifteen six years old and it was affecting me insanely because I didn't have the power to vote. And so that's why every day when I speak to the kids at school so I urge them to bow your your vote doesn't matter any discount. If you ever talked to folks who are skeptical of you mentioned lowering the voting age extreme. You know there are some people who are like Oh. You know like fifteen year olds they don't really know enough. They're not. They don't want the vote et Cetera et Cetera. How do you like what do you say to those people and how do you try to convince them? Have you ever act someone if they wanted to go at the age of sixteen. Ever. Did you ever think in your mind? Hey, help they're seeing all this stuff on the news enter like what can I do nothing because I can't vote That would be my thing is like, did you ever ever in your whole entire life of living whatever amount of years is on this planet is she ever asks? A SIGNAL If, you had the chance of. Oh. Would you would you vote eliminate Lewis estimates that I want to give a shout out to my digital organizer earnings angeline she is six years old. She so mazing what she does and Talking to her about issues that she's very passionate and she started talking to me about the climate change when I tell you, we had a forty five minute conversation about climate change why there is a need for that. So our world doesn't end so we don't continue to progress in. Polluting our air I think that's a fine example of why we need to lower the voting age because then. There were setting up for their next generation to be represented were setting them up for something that they can look forward to in their country. Why should we be the ones deciding their fate or their future? I don't think that's fair out of it gets right. And in fact, there is actually data about what might happen if we let sixteen-year-olds vote because other countries have done it and they know how it goes. Then something happened in Australia that the politicians decided to lower the voting age from eighteen to sixteen and thought. Well, this is a great natural experiments to figure out how to sixteen and seventeen year olds react wants to actually have the right to do something that they hadn't had to ride on the couple of years ago. This is Dr Sylvia Kritzinger professor at the University of Vienna. Doesn't seven Austria decided to let sixteen-year-olds vote interestingly, this was not actually something that young people in the country were asking for. They weren't pushing for it. They weren't marching in the streets asking to be able to vote. It was actually part of a compromise between two parts of a coalition, but either way it happened, and suddenly all these teenagers had the right to vote and so Sylvia and her colleagues used this as an opportunity to try answer some questions and criticisms that folks have about youth. Voting and it was a research curiosity as simply to out who's writes those who actually say, yes, they are simply too young. You're not mature enough. They have no clue what they're doing turning out to vote or the ones who said actually these are up citizens I mean they are probably not yet eighteen, but still they can do so many things at the age of sixteen getting married drink alcohol at least here in Europe and so on and so forth. So why should be able to vote? Deciding also that the future especially as it will be their future and so it was curiosity simply to check whose rights. Now these specific arguments don't all apply to the US right? The Drinking Age is twenty one for instance, but sixteen and seventeen year olds in this country do have other responsibilities they are legally allowed to work and about a quarter of them do they pay taxes they interface with the criminal justice system they can be tried as adults in some cases. So why not let them vote? There are three main arguments that people make against letting sixteen year olds. Vote number one is that they don't actually want to vote that they won't turn out that they're not going to vote. So why Bother So so the looked at voter turnout I to sixteen and seventeen year old wounds in two thousand eight when there were allowed for the first time to turn out in national elections. In general elections, they turned on more likely than those eight, nine, hundred, ninety or one citizen. So that was surprising. These new younger voters actually showed up more than eighteen nineteen, twenty year old folks who could vote and that's good because there's a lot of research that shows that voting is a habit. If you don't vote in the first election that you're eligible to, you are far less likely to become a habitual voter. In fact, in Sylvia's research, she found that younger voters are more likely to feel empowered by voting to feel excited about making change young people still think that can change something that their vote is important that their views are important. The people politicians listen to them so that they can we make a changed politics and they're much more positively oriented towards polit politics and politicians also in their involvement or us all the voters get really cynical skeptical. But probably cynical is really the right word in the sense that they simply believe that everything is already decided to participate or not it. Change anything. young voters still have this enthusiasm in the sense of we can change something we can do something. The second criticism of youth voting rights is that they simply don't know enough about politics or they're just not that interested in politics they're just gonNa vote randomly or maybe even against their own interests. Of course, there are not as knowledgeable as elder voters because they have not yet experienced that much swans afford but. In general, the interest will make up for the knowledge, which is probably not there to the extent and for older voters. But when it comes to. Voting behaviors such namely choosing the party they know which party they want. They are certain extent, a good citizens, knowledgeable citizens, and they know what they want. And the third criticism is that these teens will just become proxy votes for their parents that they'll just vote the same way their parents do. But the thing about that is that most people regardless of age actually vote the way their parents do. At this point Sylvia says that she is pretty convinced by this data we haven't found anything that speaks against lower in the voting agent There is a whole economic, the Begum Academic, not political debate whether we should actually go one step further namely lowered the voting age to fourteen. And get those young people interested in politics even at the earliest stage. Of course giving folks, the right to vote should not just happen in a vacuum. It should also come along with educational resources to help them understand their role, how to vote who the parties are all that stuff. So what would happen if we did enfranchise all these younger voters in the US actually probably not that much because if you think about the amount of sixteen and seventeen year old comes. Within the entire electorate of the US than you realize. It's a small portion. Of course, the small portion can make a difference in certain spring states, for example, in the presidential election. So Overall Mike Not Changed that much on the state level. It might change because these might be those small..
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"The Republicans to could point legitimately to the arrest of several. Democrats. In Washington and Baltimore for forging McClellan ballots is designed to swing the vote in New York state so. Both parties are at it? But. It's the Republicans who are able to present themselves most powerfully and most convincingly to the army that they all the friends of the democratic rights. The Sodas I think that if the soldiers has not got anything to say of WHO shall be at the head of government that no one has. No more than three but what would vote for aid so as to fight treason with our votes as well as our guns? I cast the first vote I have ever cast for the election of link. In doing. So I felt that I was doing my country as much service as I have ever.
"vote" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"You're here to tell us don't hyperventilate no need to generate useless panic. It's all going to be okay. All of these scenarios that we're imagining are just intellectual exercises not grounded in a foreseeable reality in your view Jason. I think that's a good way of putting it. Magna I mean in the course of our Supreme Court case. which was the most recent proclamation from the Supreme Court about the role of electors in and what happens in this period that you embark. Talking about sort of dug deeply into the mechanisms and and open up the hood as as Bart has done in his wonderful article to see what's going on in this interregnum period and I agree with Bart that it's possible for a lot of wild and unprecedented and outrageous scenarios and his reporting is remarkable that the folks affiliated with trump and the campaign are thinking about some extreme steps although all. No, that's not particularly uncommon We know from some recent reporting that the George W Bush team had tried for a play in the two thousand election when there was an indication that he might win the popular vote while losing the electoral votes of the reverse of what happened it he was going to engage in a campaign to persuade presidential electors who were supposed to vote for Al Gore. This is one. Aspect that of this system that you haven't even covered yet that that non in all states there necessarily have to vote for this particular candidate that they were going to launch a campaign to say, Hey, you know, yeah, you're supposed to vote for Al Gore but George W Bush won the popular vote. So why don't you break from your your expectations so that this has been tried outrageous games have been thought. About. But I just WANNA WANNA point out that it's really hard right there. There are rules. The last thing that that Bart said was there's no umpire it's really about the concessions beat I sorta respectfully disagree there because there a state canvassing boards, their state, Supreme Courts there's state election officials they do the counts they are required to count in a particular way certify results in particular way it's malleable it's uncertain. But. But I do think we do have rules and it's not all about whether the current president out wants to accept them or wants to make up an alternative reality. Okay. So about those rules, here's what Larry Lessig at Harvard. Here's what he told us. My lawyer friends are like, well, if they apply the law, this'll be an easy problem to solve to which responses is right but we don't live in that world we live in a world of no good faith and so the is not the constraint. The constraint is what can I argue colorful what the colorful of arguments I can make to get to my side and plainly there are plenty Jason you are one of Larry Legs lawyer friends. That's you. He's talking about. Yes. Yes. Indeed he he and I each argued case about the electors and we work closely together at at our nonprofit. But. But you know I think that it's important to understand that there's so many different actors and so many possible areas of law here and where good faith can break down is not everywhere. Right. So I'm looking as we speak, magna at the details of the Pennsylvania, Statutes Twenty Five Pennsylvania Statutes three, one, four, six, point, eight, right you gotta dig deeply into these things and there are there's a provision and you've talked a lot about absentee ballots in Pennsylvania and the law says that in absentee ballots cast by absentee elector shall be canvassed, which is counted right and it goes on at absentee ballots cast by any elector shelby canvas at the appropriate time in reported that that. There's this is not a constitutional issue which I agree can be very uncertain and subject to the whims of what is now a supreme court that is sort of rapidly moving right and e- justed judge Barrett may be confirmed in part to to move it even further right for the election, but the had provisions. An provision in every other state saying here's a Vote County Board you've received it you must count it. That's not something that is really subject to interpretation or good faith or bad faith though I there have been to my knowledge. No elections in US history, and there are thousands every year where votes have provision like that have simply been ignored where election officials have ignored a wide swath of ballots essentially just because or because one party says that there's allegations of fraud right they would need to be counted and then challenged and then looked at and then a court would need to say. No you count this group and not this group. These have the proper signatures. These were too late. It's Cetera in an orderly way not in a not an not on the whims of a candidate, but it this year on though and is given the historic numbers of mail-in ballots. For example, given the pandemic can that orderly count be achieved in the time period allotted? With with things like the electoral, Count Act and and and things like that. It's a great question. The pandemic certainly changes things but absentee and mail in ballots are not new mega. They've been increasing at a rapid rate even before the pandemic in the two thousand, eighteen election nine states had more than fifty percent of their ballots cast by mail. But if you let me just. Because I have to ask yes but if If the campaigns on both sides are going to file motion after motion after motion to contest the counselor to.
"vote" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
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"vote" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"I got love for West Virginia I mean. Dropping bombs with West Virginia. Bear. So the what is bare shoulder taste late Thought about asked me a stupid question like what has been. Missiles it tastes. Like a media protein skin. Good tender. Like I love with genius and don't take offence when I say. A father marrying his daughter in West Virginia. Is exactly what the rest of the world expects from. West Virginia when you know. In fact West Virginia's one of the places where inbreeding is the most common i. Okay but. I feel sorry for Amanda, because she was estranged from her father, she was raised by adopting parents her daddy Larry was a registered sex offender. He's clearly seeking to head. He's passed all this trauma and sickness to his daughter. Then he turned around and take advantage of whatever terrible mental emotional state is daughter is in and start sleeping with her. Then when she grows to love another man, he kills that man because they're man professed his love for her which pissed the father off I'm no lawyer I'm no judge I'm no psychiatrist I'm just a Negro with an opinion I don't think forty years in jail is GonNa do nothing for this woman but may occur more. Insane I think she needs psychological help not jail time. This woman is clearly been traumatized in our life and it sounds like when it comes to this thing called life, she never stood a chance. Never. Stood a chance so. There's nothing else to do here but play a game of Jeff What Ryan today. All right. Now I want you all. To, get rid of every stereotype. You may think you heard White Ball of biases from your brain, all the prejudices from your brain just to have a clear mind. All right. Don't want you to think you know I don't want you to a so okay. Okay. Dj N. B. Y. Virginia. Let me give you the clues. West Virginia father, and daughter. 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E. is up next if you need relationship advice or any type of advice call see e right now eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one Oh, five, one charlemagne in our help with all your problems again, eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five, one as an the breakfast club good morning the breakfast club. Warning? Everybody is EJ envy. Angela. Ye shall guy we are the breakfast club is time for as C. in if you relationship advice any type of advice we go help you out we're GonNa get to as many as we can hello who's this More. Hey We're going here. I'm calling from Jacksonville Okay do oh Kill. Florida's what they call you. What's the question for us? Okay so the question is I'm thirty, four, I'm in full time I have seven kin-. Have different challenges. You know like challenges and my question is when y'all were trying to read your next level the. How did you? Push through the Times where maybe you were for like Dow or you weren't really sure how you're going take the next step. What are you trying to do? All Fools, I'm just try with. Seven kids and just really trying to secure up financial independence from trying to finally get an education and I applaud you for that. It is amazing to me that a woman who has seven kids you did all that push and you asking us how to push through. You push through in life the same way you push them kids out you gotta just do it. You know that. Yes they're telling me inviting. ME. So. You know what you're doing. You have anxiety its acronym called fear. You can use the faith everything run I mean fear everything and run our faith everything and rise at the point in life that you're at you have no choice. But to face everything you said it when you first called you got seven kids. CAN YOU WANNA? Do you WANNA provide more for new? That's right. So you gotta just do it I just WanNa know what do you WanNa do you haven't told us what you want to do wish should go well, I would. Not really doing what I what I WANNA do I'm trying I'm trying to get into the radiography program because it's quick So I'm just WANNA. You know do something that I feel like I can get done fairly quickly. Work they do a lot of activities though they're not really willing to. I mean that's the be tough. I mean because I mean is is I have five kids and balancing all that is very, very difficult. I can't even imagine balancing seven I mean seven different sports you have classes you have school you have so many different things I mean. Maybe that as you got. Like I'm just asking. I'm not judging any. Okay. Round of applause. Kids lives that he helping out. Wine my of my last til- each provide all of them and I was going to be my next question because you're going to need time. Right. So my next question is every now and then the kids got to go with the father so you can do what you do. Or grandparents. Grandparents. House how old's the oldest she wrote? I Don I ain't got no if Momma Know My. My advice is what the doctors been telling you for most of your like keep pushing just push right see the. Says you want to be an radiography to me. You got it all together. You say you went to school you know what you WanNa do just keep doing it just don't stop. Don't let any of his discourage you. You know what I mean I saw let life scourge. I think that when that when that case, then then I I you know how it is over and starts without yourself should have an illness that make me give me different side effects and so sometimes I just Dow if I can really do it all you have cancer. Mama. Like you said, just keep pushing in and hold on line. There's this whole pace it. Yes. Man I pray that you have a strong faith and a high of how we Can help you out a little bit but hold online right I will help her out but you gotta give something. Give how much facade? Seven seven. Cute. Is a lot of formula. One rest the more. Now, let's.
"vote" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Disagree eight, hundred, five, eight, five, zero, five Hornets to breakfast club good morning. Your opinion to the breakfast that's up. Eight, hundred, five, one. Morning everybody is TJ Envy Angela Charlemagne Guy we are the breakfast club nephew just join US talking blue face. He did an interview with our guy jade cruel and he said this buffets vote and Bro. Why Oh no. The. Same. Really. Ain't in that you laid. Of My face, you need they. Give Up. So asking eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one Oh five, what are your thoughts? Let me tell you Democrats in trouble because the fact that we are twenty, eight, twenty, seven days the election and people are not enthused the vote Democrats have black people down so much over the years that now black people like you on your own it's kind of like you've been treating a girl terrible for a long long time and now to find them, you know do right by you and they're like, no. I'm leaving Lord have mercy for bags. WHO's this? Was Good. What's going on Bravo on my mind yet? What do you think the blue face had to Saybrook now? Better go vote you bugging man he go him and on his friends gotta go by they while his. Faith, recipes but. He definitely. Campbell. Red Phase because he's a crip. You. How old are you? All right now, hold on you making me feel better because I just said something I said that Democrats in trouble because we twenty eight, twenty, seven days to the election and people don't seem enthused vote but you seem enthused to get out there. Now, we gotta get out there and vote and I know you know 'cause everybody all will, but they don't trust the Democrats but. Still gotta go gotTA leader. My leader God is my leader. Okay WHO's elected official that I want to read. Yes. Hello. WHO's this free a so we're talking blue face and you agree with them in a way I do. I cannot I mean. That's an. See you already think somebody going to be against you and you've got listen. I. Like growing up. Okay. I've never voted. Eighteen just because of like religious read at the time but I village this point we kind of know like voting for the Lesser Evil and I feel I, would. If. We're always kind of just going to be settling if we continue to go for that. Was the point in voting. Well, if you don't vote, you give others the power to make decisions for you and I don't WanNa complain about the white man if I didn't do everything in in in in my power to get the white man I don't like out since we only left with to old white man I wanna put the I wanna put the white man the all white man in that I know I can keep my foot on his neck. Okay. Accountable to give some things done for us and you to get out to vote. You from Lico from. Norfolk Virginia Norfolk Virginia sunfire seven you gotta get out there and and like even when I had to do my mail in vote. But. There's other things than just president on. Air. Says sees the. Vote for cannabis in new. Jersey to see if we can. It was like this is so many different other things than just the presidency, but you've got to go out there and vote right now. Right? Now. Let's not prying and let's not practice bad habits. You know what I'm saying like a lot of people don't want vote on the national level, but that probably means you don't vote on a local level either like you should just practice the habit of voting because you are an American citizen I don't want to be the president that fails to vote and gives a small portion of Americans Great Powell over the majority. That's why I feel like people with no teeth on math a running things right now. Okay. Put. One more call this. Hey, this is Michelle. A Michelle gamonal where you calling from voting you named after the first lady I guess. That McLean I'm calling from Augusta Georgia Augusta Georgia voting I am without question but my husband I don't think he is why wasn't your husband vote? Okay. So here's a granite contractor. So He's been working consistently the whole time. and. he's did a couple of people who have money and you know north Georgia so like they want their house done, they want they don't care about anything. But. I'm really excited about come on. I I know she focused on, you know what's going on with Puerto Ricans like myself and you know. The systematic racism in our country and women's rights I. Really Hope she puts her lawyer about hat back on and wipe the floor with jewel she will say. If you've ever seen her in the Senate hearings man she she she she destroys the low white men you might have to get your husband don't. Get husband which you might think I think you're a little too hard on bite it. I. Know I know you were GonNa say that because I listen to every morning and you have every right to challenge him and I appreciate Your Voice I respect your voice but I feel like I'm half Jewish and half Puerto Rican and I feel like the. The words that have come out of this man's mouth and the disparity between the other population of this country we need to get this man out every way. Possible I. Don't care how much he's helped people I don't care how much money he's a people have made for you to be so irresponsible eyed children and they're watching the news and they see this infected man come outside of a hospital. You know like my kids are when they're sick they stay home but they feel groner men walk around and take off his man. I. Mean You guys have children getting their mouths on these kids is not easy telling them to stay on it. It's a full time job I'm just I just can't. I can't imagine Obama's doing half of that stuff I I'm getting away with. You. Puerto Rican Jewish woman. But as a black man when I look at the eighty sixth mandatory minimum sentencing the Ada Crack Law Ninety, four crime bill that Joe Biden implemented. Yes I'm voting for him but I'm going to keep the pressure on his ass and guess what if he gets into the White House I'm still keep my foot on his neck because we gotta hold him accountable to keep all these promises. He'd been making the people on the campaign trail. And that's exactly why I'm voting because if you failed a vote, you forfeit your right to complain. Okay. I liked the complaint we know. Okay. I don't want to be the person complaining and somebody said, did you vote and I'd be like well, and then like with respect my opinion more I'm voting because I do not want to forfeit my right to complain. All right. Well, they give everybody for calling. I'm not voting for any individual. I'm voting for my interest even though I do like Senator Tom Lehrer. All right. Well, when we come back, we got IRUMA report. We gotta talk about Morgan Freeman he's GonNa talk why he narrated on twenty one savages. So we'll talk to about that when we come back don't move breakfast locomotive. This should be good. Because? How long we know that Angeli does room report that she's on vacation but DJ envy who usually gets prep for these things didn't get prepped no. He was in the room during something else. Let's see how this goes. Let's wing it that right let's get Roma's. Let's talk. Let's start with, Tara? Banks. Filling the team, this is the room report with Angela. On the breakfast club. So. Let me ask you of course, Charlemagne. Do you watch dancing with the stars? No dramas the US dancing with the stars that sound like something you'd watch at the wife. I. Don't we don't watch that. We don't want it was bachelor Bachelorette. Dancing with the stars, I don't well Gimme a good room from dancing with to start. A rumor not a news report Tara. Banks allegedly pulled. Steve. Harvey she was talking about the the nation elimination round where she has to eliminate one dance group and she.
"vote" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"About it. Morning everybody is Dj Envy Angeliki Charlemagne Guy. We are the breakfast club nephew just joined us. We're talking about blue face I now to oddest blue face, you know without the bus down he did an interview. J. CREWS OUT IN LA shelter real family late three La, and they were talking about voting and this is what he said phase you've own Bro. Why Oh no. This ain't. Really. Ain't in that you. Decide. Licking my face, you need they. To give. Eight hundred five, eight, five, one, zero, five, one want to hear from you guys what do you feel? Do you feel the same way? Do you feel he's bugging? We just want to talk about it. When you say Solomon, I don't think blue faces bugging on that's just a young man who need to be educated and what I keep telling Democrats and Republicans. But mostly Democrats is not just about folks who are voting for trump or biden. It has to be about the people who aren't voting at all. You know in two thousand, sixteen, four, point four, million people who voted in two thousand twelve didn't show up more than a third of them were black okay and blue probably never voted and his life I think he's. He's twenty three what politicians need to ask themselves why their message isn't resonating with a young man like like blue face, they need to ask themselves why does blue face field like his vote doesn't matter yeah and not only that I think as You know brothers and fathers and uncles and mother's insistence I think we need to have those conversations well, of course. Thank you because even with my my my daughter made my daughter she's this is the first she can vote and she knew she had to vote. She knew washy was voting. We had that conversation with my grandparents my well, my parents had that conversation would have the importance of voting and in the fight debt out ancestors had. So we can vote yes and then she. was about voting she knew she wanted to vote and the thing about movies. NETFLIX's. He didn't say he was opposed to it right? He doesn't know once again, this is a young brother who needs information to mighty. She sent him down and tell him why he should vote showing things that directly impact them on a federal level and and you know Sean Somebody's these candidates and what they talking about, and let's see some his interests align. All right. Well, we aging Adrian Good Morning. I don't know right now you you agree face bomb. Definitely agree good. Why reasons being like the White House and don't. Like. Mba you know different candidates that are moving from different teams, but the only team ideals remain in the White House. True. When I think that you know I don't like the practice bad habits. So for me, it's like if you're not gonNA vote in your federal election and you probably not gonNa vote and your local election you then we all know local elections are are more more important to to your direct. Needs based on the community that you live. Right. So I don't want to encourage bad habits of not voting period that we we should definitely vote like like like we said earlier I in our ancestors fought for for the right to vote and we should vote you know we're not saying what candidates you have to vote for but you should definitely cast your vote not not oppose the Vogel but yeah I'm kind of. What I've learned thousand. So so I'm kind of you know string away so much on my. Folks. But definitely, I still should move towards looking for more local. Still. Thinking vote on a federal level Tudo because if you don't vote, you give others the power to make decisions for you and you know and when you don't vote, you know you give a small portion of Americans Great Powell over the majority and if you're just a person who likes to run mouth and complain about things like I do I wanNa make sure I did my part so I can rightfully complain Hello Who's This Claudia Good Morning where you calling from A Queens where in Queens? Hollis Queens. All right. All right around. Never, need a root canal the way you said holidays. So my goodness 'cause. Smells bad and you say how? True. I went to Saint Joe over there in our own highly across thirty four. Okay. To this we need to up the foolishness. Government for eight years as vice president. Thanks. Andy not done anything to help. But why do you think high-risk GonNa? She can and cannot do anything she does as a prop of Baxter vote but in no, we're Vera Gulliver and all they have to do is trump somebody and. Just, not co- that woman came up here with with prop hot pepper sauce in our bag like she walking around episode but she says, she does. She. Know she don't have a hot pepper sauce. That's Hot Sauce what The front. And they can't do any. Support Jamaican sister Senator Comma Harris that is to Drain Grad drained walk. Her to do anything I'm Biden candle anything 'cause he's he has dementia to everybody. Him. All right listen I don't think I don't think you'll buy into the change agent I think he could be a pathway to change just because of the people he has around him. I didn't do anything and and you was president then. Vice President and he still is definitely not gonna be able to do anything I. I think difference now between Obama is you have a lot of black people who are more politically sophisticated and I think nobody wanted to rock the boat when Obama was in the White House because he was the first black president, nobody wanted to challenge him on things. Nobody wanted the hold his feet to the fire wing. Have that problem doing that Joe Biden. Then you're not going to be the one making the decision. To make for whom I don't enjoy by he is right now. Make decisions for him. He's not gonna be able to do anything. At Harry's COM isn't. She can't. Go to ask her second opinion on anything. Let me. Eight hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero five or what's the best hot pepper sauce. I don't even know grace. Go to off my phone. please. Good morning my love eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five, one, blue face said this during interview out in La buffets you vote and Bro L.. Y. Oh. The Ain't really on the. Your son. At my face you David. Give. 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"vote" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"Choir. We want to find the people who like you shake him awake at night and they're gonNA scream climate change. They're just not voting and so good way to think of us is we're not in the mind changing business. We're in the habit changing business. We're in the behavior changing business, and because of that we go after these people who list climate or the environment as their number one priority over others and as I said, ten point one million. Didn't vote those. Yeah. So in the two, thousand, sixteen presidential election just so we're talking about sort of the same moment in time there were twenty million of them. So what that means is fifty percent only ferry percent voted whereas if you look at overall turnout. Sixty nine percent of registered voters voted in two, thousand, sixteen. So sixty nine percent of registered voters voted in the presidential election in two, thousand sixteen but only fifty percent of environmentalists. So nineteen percent less environmentalists voted than the average voter that's right and that's a huge huge gap but jared as frustrating as this is. It's also a huge opportunity. Because, we live in a moment in time where it is excruciatingly hard to change people's opinions. It is so hard especially around climate and the environment. whereas. If you're trying to change their habits, I mean I won't claim that's easy. It's not but it's a heck of a lot easier and a heck of a lot cheaper. So the fact that we have this enormous latent pool of political power out there is is actually I won't take good news, but it's not inciting. It's an enormous opportunity. One. Side of the coin is very heartening. The other side is very frustrating which is. Fifty percent of US decided it wasn't worth voting in the last general election. It's terrifying. It is terrifying but you know what would be much more terrifying is if I said, hey, we pulled a whole bunch of Americans and it turns out no one cares about climate change that would be terrifying because changing all those people's minds. It Ain't gonNA happen but it turns out like we don't need to change tens of millions of people's minds. We just need to get their butts out the door on election day and again I I'm not going to claim like that's easy. It's not but it's a heck of a lot easier. This is a solvable problem. Behavioral problems are solvable. So when you looking nathaniel at this behavioral problem when you break down into demographics is a youth vote issue. Namely, there's a big between people whose number one issue is climate change but. In their twenty s and just having built that habit or is it people who built the habit but adjusts feeling disenfranchised and like give us some texture of what you found in that ten point one million. Yeah. So it's a little bit of both. So first of all. Yes there is a demographic correlation going on here and that's part of what is leading into this turnout problem, but it's only part of it. So, first of all, let's talk about the demographic correlations when you look at people who lists climate or the environment as their number one priority. Yes. They are more likely to be young. They're more likely to be African American or Latin NEX, and they're more likely to make less than fifty thousand dollars a year then more. So those three groups have in common. Poor people people of Color in young people vote less often than everybody else. Here's the really interesting thing. That demographic correlation doesn't explain all of what's going on here because even when you drill down into those demographic subgroups even when you look only at young people for instance. The environmentalists still vote less often than other young people. and. Lat next environmentalists still vote less often than other Latin x voters. It's so there's something else going on here. and. I'd be lying to you if I said, we knew what it was. It's one of the hardest things in any social science to figure out why someone does not take an action. It's worry really hard to figure out. The best you can do is ask them and then you get all these weird survey by Aziz where you're asking someone, you know why don't you do this thing that society views is important and they lie and they tell you what they think is a reasonable excuse senate it's really hard to figure out. What we do know is. Up until recently. The Environmental Movement did not view impactful action. As being political if you wanted to have an impact as an environmentalist, it was changed how you get to work change how you eat changed the electricity you consume recycle things like. which are all very hard and impactful, but you look at people in the reproductive rights movement or the gun right's Movement I. Mean They viewed their work as inherently political whereas for some reason, we've gone through forty years of the modern environmental movement and we haven't viewed it through a political lens. So you go back to the beginning. Of. The modern environmental movement of the end of the nineteen sixties it feels like a bipartisan political moment where you go Richard Nixon creating the EPA, the Clean Water Act the Clean Air Act I. Mean you go these big legislative pushes? The beginning very political will walk I. Didn't know is kind of his. Facet like what happened since nineteen seventy you look at the one, thousand, nine, hundred, Sixty, eight, presidential campaign and Humphrey and Nixon aint talking about the environment at all at all. And you look at public opinion and it's an important issue for I mean just an infinitesimal. Number of Americans but then yeah, in sixty, nine and seventy. Then you have the first Earth Day in it rockets up the charts and it becomes you know fifteen twenty percent of Americans are listed as a top priority and then Lo and behold you know all the politicians follow. because. Politicians go the votes are through job. That's how they get elected. Now, you're right though something happened since then. Like the the EPA guy was like the villain in ghostbusters like how did that happen? How did we end up there? And the Simpson. When I worked for US STILL EPA. Some Simpson food. So yeah, right. Right. But then what also happened in this gets back to what I was. Talking about with voter files is. Around the early two thousands, these public records, these these voter files, you start to get software companies on the on the progressive side, but also the conservative side who build these platforms that allow you to really easily search public voter files and isolate which universes of people are likely to vote and not likely to vote. So we kind of have two things going on here. We have going from the seventies to the eighties to the nineties to the last twenty years fewer Americans listen climate or the environment is a top political priority. And then you also have the capacity to differentiate between what non voters care about and what voters care about. And that's a perfect storm for the environmental movement because when you only dial in on what really good voters care about. Yes, a lot of them would prefer government action on climate change they would prefer government action to protect the environment. But at ain't their top priority and that's a big problem too big problem and until we increase the demand for political leadership on this stuff, not among non voters. But among voters, it's going to be really hard to to get that political leadership that we want. CERVI..
"vote" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"Every four years we believe that the upcoming election will be the most important of our entire lives. Given the other cataclysmic mess in which we now find country is likely that twenty sixteen was the most important election of our lifetimes and needless to say we screwed that one royalty. As environmentalists we went right from disbelief around Hillary losing me election to immediately needing to fight trump's destruction of laws protecting our ecological and human health. We missed an important step as a community. We never examined how two thousand, sixteen electoral. was deficient. One thing is for sure we need to game in twenty twenty because if we don't trump's environmental wrecking bowl, we'll finish the job that he started. As I began to examine what went wrong in two, thousand, sixteen, I discovered a disturbing. Environmentalists vote significantly less than the nation as a whole. To discover what the hell's up with that I told with Nathaniel Dinette who runs the environmental photo project in Boston? The FANEUIL WHO's dubbed the Voting Guru by Chris magazine founded the environmental project in two thousand fifteen after a decade of experience is a senior leader and campaign manager for. US Senate. Congressional state and may oral campaigns. Stent is an expert on cutting edge campaign techniques and the behavioral science behind getting people to vote. Formerly a practicing attorney in Faneuil Hall to be from. Yale and a J D from Boston College Law School. I stopped by asking the faneuil what motivated him to create the environmental voter project given that we already have a gazillion Enviro groups or ready competing for our attention. Right right. Well, I I think you underestimated the number of environmental organizations. I think it's it's more than even gazillions. When I was running campaigns. So I was working as a lawyer at a law firm, but would often take leaves of absence to run campaigns big and small from statewide campaigns down to little local elections. And around twenty fourteen when I finished running a mayoral campaign here in Boston. I saw something that completely blew my mind jared and that was that the reason. So few voters list climate or the environment as their number one priority. Is because too few Americans do actually there are tens of millions of Americans who care. So deeply about the stuff that it's their number one issue, the problem is that. Environmentalists don't vote. And so actually, we don't have a persuasion problem. We have eternal problem. In the reason these people aren't showing up in polls. Because they don't exist. It's simply because there's this behavioral problems they're not voting and that started a very long process where I realized you know what? I'm not going to go back to my high paying law firm job going to start a non-profit I'll be the gazillion and one. Environmental nonprofit. But we ended up launching the environmental voter project at the end of two thousand fifteen and haven't looked back since. Annual. Seems just like completely contradictory to what we imagine when we think of kind of a well intentioned hop felt committed environmentalist. Bumper stickers I think have liked them organizing people to go to the polls at them making sure that the people in line for the polls on using you know Styrofoam Cups. The last thing I think of is that they don't vote. You know poll after poll shows that Americans have climates that top three issue. And yet, we're not seeing that translate into actual. Political sentiment because when voting, what's the data that supports right? Right. So it comes down to this essential building block of of modern politics and policy-making that most Americans don't understand but it's so supremely important and that is this. Who, you vote for a secret everybody knows that. But whether you voter not is public record. When you show up or don't show up for a city council election or gubernatorial election or a presidential election, it is public record and not only that it is quite literally the first data that any campaign looks out. When they are launching a campaign. and. So you know if I am running your campaign for Governor Jared. Don't worry. We won't tell anybody that you're running for governor. Let's say your campaign for Governor. The first thing we do is we open up public voter files and we say, okay who has a history a public record of voting in gubernatorial elections and the annual anyone can get that anyone to be clear. We don't want to believe that that's true but it is true it is true and anyone can get it. You can walk into your local town or city. Hall. Sometimes, they'll charge you you know a five dollar copy and fee to put it on a thumb drive for you or something, but anybody can get it. And campaigns have limited time and limited money, and so they're only going to talk to the people who they know have a history of showing up which I know sounds cynical and awful but it's it's something we accept in every other aspect of our lives right jared i. mean we we we. GotTa Make Sense. Yes. About money right you've been you've run campaign development so much time so much money. Are you going to go try and convince someone who's never voted before to vote for your candidate or you're going to get the Pez News voted in the last five election that's exactly right and so if those are the only people you're gonNA target. Well of course, those are the only people you're gonNA pull to right. because. You're not gonNA care about the priorities of non voters and so this gets back to your question. It's all public record who is likely to vote in this election that you care about as a politician or policymaker and who doesn't and the ones who don't vote are second class citizens. Their priorities don't matter their opinions don't matter, and so at the environmental voter project, we not only spend a lot of time looking at polls of likely voters versus non voters, but we also use a lot of voter file data to figure out. Okay. When we look at the people who are likely to vote in election X. What are priorities? What do they care about and more importantly, what star number one priority what's their number two priority? Because that's what politicians are GONNA pay attention to, and ultimately that's what moves policy-making. When you look at the demographics who's voting, and especially right now, the annual when with dealing with really horrendous issues of voter suppression understanding kind of. To your point about second-class citizens, the political system is actually desirous off people becoming second-class citizens. So they don't need to listen to their opinion and I just never understood that the environment was kind of wrapped up and that's a great point. Let me just sort of frame the problem here. So people understand sort of how how large a turnout issue we're talking about here. Ten point one million super environmentalists who are already registered to vote jared, they're already registered. Didn't show up in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. They just sat their couches what ten point one, million. In the election it was yeah. What's a super environment I mean I? Am I super environmentalists. I hope so. It's you know there are a million ways idiosyncratic ways to define an environmentalist. What we look for the environmental voter project is people who don't just care about climate or other environmental issues but listed as their number one issue priority over all others. And the reason we go after that tip of the spear is because we want to bypass all of the hard and expensive stuff of politics, which is changing people's opinions in changing their minds and educating them on issues. We don't want to do any of that stuff. It's really more than Russian big tax lead. Vladimir Putin is really good at. Let him do his right. Do you do nothing? Right? We WanNA preach to the.
"vote" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Everybody we it I can't even tell you the importance of this election Normally. Wait till. Closing remarks to talk about this but on. So many levels how important this is. Especially, especially, to support these young people who are out on the front lines protesting so vehemently. Especially, with this bright black lives, matter thing that has taken hold in this country. The amount of players just paticipating in them. Really proud of the NBA man what they're doing to slogans the jerseys, the revealing and they are not letting anybody flip the narrative. No, we're kneeling because of racial injustice. Of Systemic Racism. And police brutality. That's what we're kneeling for to draw attention to the problem. It is not against the flag or the military. That's not what it is now, and so I'm extremely proud because I'm young brothers say just as good as anybody if we take this uniform off, we do people you shooting at. Yeah, we depend you choke real. Yeah, and a new. Young black dues is standing up for this thing. and. So we got to support them by voting. We gotTA support about voting that. Black lives matter even more if we prove it at the polls. And it will mean junk congressman John Lewis didn't die in vain because he he worked his entire life you know for voting rights and civil rights and things like that. Yeah. You know he was eighty years when he when he when he passed away yeah. He he's been in this fight for sixty years. He gave early early twenty s when when we got beat down. Yeah. So I mean again, all the guidelines for your state. They're listed right there. Go to win we all vote Dot Org. When we all vote dot org stopped his foolishness would Kanye, which is damn running be. All Right Steve Coming up our last break day. Closing remarks from the one and only Steve Harvey at forty nine minutes after right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. Hey, buddy, it's been higgins and his Ashley I and where the host of the almost as podcast I was the bachelor and know firsthand how dating twenty five people at one time is not easy and I was on the show a time or two or fourth, but I met my husband. So I'm proof at the process works we do interviews with the cast members creating the headlines and we know pretty much everyone. So we're reliable source listen to almost famous on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast. What happens after an advice calmness signs off on our news show dear therapists from iheartradio. We find out I'm Lori Gottlieb from the Atlantic and Guy Wins from Ted and each week we sit down with this new for a consultation. Then we asked them to come back on and tell us what happened. You can.