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How Did Kari Lake Lose the Arizona Election for Governor?

The Officer Tatum Show

02:00 min | 2 d ago

How Did Kari Lake Lose the Arizona Election for Governor?

"All right, let me just say this. Let me get to Carrie leg. Because there was an article that my producers sent me that I think explains what I've been saying about the Kerry Lake situation. Do I think the election had a bunch of issues? Yeah. Yes. Stevie Wonder can see. The Arizona has some issues in the election. Had some issues at the ballot. But I've been saying this all along that I'm not the type of person to jump straight to the cheating is cheating and cheating is cheating. I really do believe that there was nefarious things, but I think that the reason they carry Lake did not win in a landslide was because of Republicans. The Republicans that didn't vote for her. Let me read this article from newsweek. And I think it'll give somewhat of a congruent basis. It's just Carrie Lake lost her bid to become Arizona's governor because she failed to get support from tens of thousands of Republican voters according to a report. An analyst of public voting record in November race found that Democrat Katie Hobbs managed to pick up support from more than 33,000 Republican leaning voters in Maricopa County who begged GOP canyon, candidates and other state elections such as the state treasurer and comparison Lake, a Donald Trump endorsed 2020 election, they call her election deniers, so you know this is a stupid paper in my opinion. Managed to gain only 5900 votes from Democrat leaning voters around 6000 Republican leaning voters also chose not to vote at all. Lake lost her election to Hobbes by 17,000 votes, meaning that 33,000 voters she failed to achieve from Republicans and Arizona's largest county ultimately cost her the election.

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How the Left Cheated to Stop a Movement

The Officer Tatum Show

01:36 min | 3 d ago

How the Left Cheated to Stop a Movement

"And you know, I'll say this, Carrie, I'm sitting there, you know, I go out and I vote on election day. Maybe I'll get out earlier now and encourage people. I don't know, I'm so frustrated with the process, but I'm an election day guy. And I sit there knowing that most conservatives are going to come out on election day, but you go to a polling place or these voting centers that you guys have in Arizona. And then all of a sudden these machines aren't tabulating, and then they're asking people to go elsewhere. Well, I'm a working man when I'm not on radio here, Carrie, I'm thinking, listen, I'm standing in line now. I don't have time to drive across the county to go to another place to vote. I want my vote to be counted. But honestly, as soon as I heard that, I was like, they're cheating. They're cheating. I don't know why this just rocket science where the GOP. Started at 6 a.m., the cheating started. The lines were massive because people are so fed up at what they're seeing. They were showing up. First thing in the morning, two and three hour lines. We had reports of 6 hour lines at some locations. One woman has been moving since 1981, showed up to vote. She's older. She says, I can't stand in line. The line was about two hours long. They told her another location she went to that one. Another long line. She worked all day between working and trying to find a place to vote. She said, I never voted. First time in my life, I haven't voted on election day since 1981. This is sad. We had an 8 and a half month pregnant woman who said, I couldn't wait two hours in line. I didn't vote. I figured that you would win anyway because I knew you were doing so well in the polls, and I just was like, wow, I can't stand in line. I'm 8 and a half months pregnant.

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FBI searched Biden home, found items marked classified

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 d ago

FBI searched Biden home, found items marked classified

"An attorney for Joe Biden says additional documents with classified markings were found at the president's Wilmington home on Friday. Instead of saying there's no there there. Democratic senator Joe Manchin would like to hear President Biden take responsibility for the classified documents that have been found. He sure didn't intend for it to fall in the wrong hands and use it against our country. I know they didn't intend that to happen. Could it have happened? I don't know. And yeah, you just might as well say, listen. It's irresponsible. It was something that we should have had a better check and balance on. GOP congresswoman Nancy mace of South Carolina says she's disappointed that it took so long for the Biden administration to first admit the wrongdoing. I am grateful that the president is now being more transparent about it, but he did hide it for two months once it was discovered, and then nobody knew about it for 5 years. Both mason Manchin appeared on NBC's meet the press. I'm Shelley Adler

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Who Was Richard Nixon?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:39 min | 6 d ago

Who Was Richard Nixon?

"So my email. I like 20 emails. What did you think about Tucker when he said about Nixon? And I said, well, you know, I never see Tucker. I'm always asleep or I'm doing the last 30 minutes of show prep. So I never see it. So I asked Wayne to go and get it. And here's what Tucker said about Nixon last night. You're hearing it for the first time as I am cut number 21. So if you want to understand if you really want to understand how the American government actually works at the highest levels, and if you want to know why they don't teach history anymore, one thing you should know is that the most popular president in American history was Richard Nixon, Richard Nixon. Yet somehow without a single vote being cast by a single American voter Richard Nixon was kicked out of office and replaced by the only unelected president in American history. So we went for the most popular president to a president, nobody voted for. Wait a minute, you may ask, why didn't I know that? Wasn't Richard Nixon a criminal? Wasn't he despised by all decent people? No. He wasn't. In fact, if any president could claim to be the people's choice, it was Richard Nixon. Richard Nixon was reelected in 1972 by the largest margin of the popular vote ever recorded before or since. Nixon got 17 million more votes than his opponent. Less than two years later, he was gone. He was forced to resign, and in his place an obedient servant of the federal agencies called Gerald Ford took over The White House. How did that happen? What's a long story, but here are the highlights and they tell you a lot. Richard Nixon believed that elements in the federal bureaucracy were working to undermine the American system of government and had been doing that for a long time. He often said that, he was absolutely right.

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President Biden Snaps at Reporter Over Document Scandal

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:39 min | 6 d ago

President Biden Snaps at Reporter Over Document Scandal

"I want you to hear though, the president in California yesterday gets a couple of questions about garage gate. And he had not happy, cut number three. That what's your question? Back in November before the big time. Okay, look. As we found, we found a handful of documents were failed for files in the wrong place. We immediately turned them over to the archives and Justice Department were fully cooperating looking forward to getting this resolved quickly. I think you're going to find there's nothing there I have no regrets. I'm following what the lawyers have told me they want me to do. It's exactly what we're doing. There's no there there. Now you know, he read that in front of, I think, capitola, which had very, very bad surf damage in California over the last three weeks. He reads it, but the reporter presses on because of course that didn't answer any of the questions about which there are a thousand about these documents and especially about the double standard. And so he gets asked a follow up. And then he gets angry, and he does the classic Joe Biden shuffle. Cut number four. You know, the only I will answer the question. But here's the deal. You know, quite frankly, bugs me is that we have serious problem here. We're talking about we're talking about what's going on and the American people don't quite understand why you don't ask me questions about that. The American people don't understand. Do you know where that comes from? That's a Bill Clinton. Golden oldie. I'm going

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Rep. Matt Rosendale: Will the GOP Hold the Line on the Debt Ceiling?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:10 min | Last week

Rep. Matt Rosendale: Will the GOP Hold the Line on the Debt Ceiling?

"Been following for the past couple of weeks. The conversation surrounding the debt ceiling, this is so vitally important for the health of our nation for our children and our grandchildren and my question is, are we going to be able to hold the line here? Will Republicans hold the line in the House of Representatives? I think that you're going to see more people that are willing to stand up and address this fiscal situation than we saw standing up to trying to address the broken rules package in the House of Representatives. We had a limited view as you well know this is up to try and reform and restore regular order and a half, but I believe I really do that there's a lot of folks that will participate in pushing back against this irresponsible spending. Todd, I'll tell you, if we can not bring meaningful and I mean that. Meaningful reductions in spending. As part of the increase in the debt ceiling, then I certainly am not going to support increasing the debt ceiling. And I think there's going to be many others that will refuse to do so.

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Feds send $930 million to curb 'crisis' of US West wildfires

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Feds send $930 million to curb 'crisis' of US West wildfires

"The Biden administration is warning that severe cuts proposed by House Republicans will cripple efforts to curb wildfires in western states, I Norman hall. The administration will spend $930 million this year to clear underbrush from public lands to deter fire from becoming infernos in communities in ten western states, but in an AP interview agriculture secretary Tom vilsack says proposed GOP cuts are draconian, vilsack says the goal is to lure wildfire risks across almost 80,000 square miles of public and private lands over the next decade. The idea for now is to focus on hotspots that make up only a small portion of fire prone areas, but account for about 80% of risk to communities. I Norman hall

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Biden Beats Trump but Trails DeSantis in Hypothetical 2024 Matchup

The Trish Regan Show

01:45 min | Last week

Biden Beats Trump but Trails DeSantis in Hypothetical 2024 Matchup

"Let me get specific in terms of these numbers here. The poll was taken between January 2nd and January 8th. Remember, before the you know what, hit the fan. So to speak with the classified documents being found over and over and over again, we'll see how many more they find. Anyway, it was taken before that was commissioned by the conservative group club for growth and it found that in a matchup against Joe Biden for 2024, Ron DeSantis would beat Joe Biden. But it is nuanced in that, well, let me just read the question. They said, for whom would you vote if the candidates for president were, Donald Trump, Republican, or Joe Biden, Democrat? And they rotated those names, and 32% said they would definitely vote for Trump. 10% were undecided. And then 39% said they would definitely vote for Biden, and then there's, you know, how they lean and blah, blah, blah, between. When it came to this question, for whom would you vote if the candidates for president were Ron DeSantis, Republican or Joe Biden Democrat, 35% of the people said they would definitely vote for desantis. So that's a little bit ahead of where Trump is. 33% said they would definitely vote for Biden. It seems that desantis right now in the here and now is a little ahead of Trump. But we'll see how this all shakes out. Like I said, he doesn't have much of a cue score yet. There's still people in the country who don't really know him. I'm sure that will change because the Democrats will want to do everything they can to drag him through the mud, and if Donald Trump were to perceive him as a threat, then that could possibly happen on that side too, meaning he'd have a heck of a Q score. It's a question of how he survives.

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A New Poll Predicts Which GOP Candidate Can Beat Biden

The Trish Regan Show

01:49 min | Last week

A New Poll Predicts Which GOP Candidate Can Beat Biden

"Here we go. This is a poll that was conducted, as I said, before anybody knew the public knew about those classified documents being found here there and everywhere because it seems like every day there's another tranche of these things that they keep digging up. We'll see how many more there are. Anyway, this poll was conducted by the club for growth, great club that focuses on some of the economic policies that are really important right now. And we know that the economy is not in a very good spot. Just look at some of the bank earnings that you're seeing out this week. The upshot is that there's two Republican contenders that are very, very close in beating Biden. One of them, let's see if you can guess who one of them would actually, as of today. Pretty easily beat. Biden, and that would be none other than Ron DeSantis out of Florida. It's interesting when you look at these numbers, I think part of the reason for this is because his negatives are low compared to Donald Trump's negatives and that's to be expected, right? I mean, after all, I think Donald Trump certainly love him or hate him kind of politician. We used to call this in the media business a Q score, right? And the bigger your Q score typically, the more known you were, but not necessarily for the right reasons. Typically the bigger the Q score, the higher the negativity around a particular personality or brand. And so that is obviously obviously the case with Donald Trump with the base absolutely loving him, and others absolutely hating him. That's just the only way to put it. So when you look at somebody like Ron DeSantis, the reality is he's less tested, fewer people know about him and thus he doesn't have the same kind of negativity. So this will be something that the Democrats will work aggressively on.

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Ohio House ex-speaker's trial in $60M bribery probe to begin

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Ohio House ex-speaker's trial in $60M bribery probe to begin

"The former House speaker for Ohio is headed to trial on bribery and corruption charges. When Republican Larry householder and four associates were arrested back in July of 2020, the U.S. attorney at the time, David de villas, called it the largest corruption case in state history. This was pay to play. This week, jury selection begins for a panel that will decide if the ousted lawmaker and former Ohio GOP party chair Matt borges are guilty of racketeering, prosecutors allege the men were part of a $60 million scheme secretly funded by an energy utility to pass a $1 billion bailout for a nuclear power plant, both men have pleaded not guilty. Since the indictment, two householder associates, the nonprofit generation now and first energy corporation all cut deals with prosecutors, while the chairman of Ohio's public utilities commission resigned amid FBI scrutiny, campaign finance experts view the case as a chance to clarify the line between legal and illegal handling of so called dark money that is flooded politics in recent years. I'm Jennifer King

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Rep. Jim Banks: Taking on Mitch McConnell & the GOP Establishment

Mark Levin

01:42 min | Last week

Rep. Jim Banks: Taking on Mitch McConnell & the GOP Establishment

"If Mitch McConnell views you as a threat to his throne He will spend a lot of money in the Republican primary to defeat you and even in the general election to undermine you Are you prepared for that I know this would be a tough battle I mean the moderates the establishment in Indiana is already trying to recruit their candidate They see me as a threat Because of my conservative track record in the house I don't back down I mean you might remember last year McCarthy pick Jim Jordan and I serve on the Jan 6 committee I was kicked off of it first time in congressional history that the Speaker of the House kicked a member of the opposite party off of a select committee That was me and Jim Jordan's because I'm a fighter It's because I don't back down I don't give up And I know that spineless Republicans in the establishment they don't want me in the Senate because of that because they know that I'll go there and be a part of the new generation of conservatives like Josh hawley and Mike Lee Ted Cruz JD Vance is going to be another one A good group of young emerging conservative fighters and leaders in the Senate That's what I want to be a part of because I just think this fight for our country is not a fight that's the next election down the road to four years down the road is right now And I'm in the house Sarah I look over at the Senate and see what's going on there I'm just appalled that there's never enough of a fight against omnibus spending bills enough of a fight to preserve our American culture against the radical transgender movement in this country I see the fight going on more than ever in the house but I don't see enough of it in the Senate And that's why I feel called to go over there and shake it up

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68% of Unmarried Women Vote Democrat

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:38 min | Last week

68% of Unmarried Women Vote Democrat

"Back to unmarried women with out children, single women without children, no husband, no child, is now the single most firm left wing group in the United States. Not surprising. For those of you who wonder gee do, women need men. Here's your answer. Unless you think this is a healthy specimen of the human species. While Mary Ben and women, as well as unmarried men, broke for the GOP, CNN exit polls found that 68% of unmarried women voted for Democrats. That's more than two thirds. Two thirds of unmarried women voted left. Single childless women are joining African Americans, I can't believe. Why would he write African Americans? The term was always idiotic, and now even the left doesn't like the term. So who's he impressing? And he's a great guy, Joel kotkin. If I have him on, I'm going to say, Joel, please. The word is black. Childless women are joining African Americans as the Democrats most reliable supporters. Gee, that's not a shock, is it? No wonder the left doesn't promote marriage. They lose voters. Yeah, the healthier your life. The less narcissistic, the less likely you are to vote Democrat.

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Dan Bongino's Advice to GOP: Biden Documents Is Only Surface-Level

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last week

Dan Bongino's Advice to GOP: Biden Documents Is Only Surface-Level

"Here's my advice is a former criminal investigator myself This is my advice to the house GOP who's going to be investigating what I think is potentially and folks listen I'm a Republican I'm a conservative I don't hide my stripes but I'm telling you this in the most objective way possible What I think is going to be potentially one of the biggest political scandals to M and a from The White House in decades The documents scandal with Biden is just the little bit of the iceberg you see above the water line The real story hiding underneath the bulk of the mass of the iceberg is what Biden was doing in Ukraine Folks it explains everything It explains everything A lot of just taking a note so I don't lose my place 'cause I'm talk radio what happens sometimes Why did the Democrats knowing they did not it weren't even close to the numbers to get Donald Trump out of office impeached Donald Trump knowing it would lead to a trial in the Senate they had no chance of winning Who was Donald Trump on the phone with when the Democrats freaked out and a so called whistleblower who was no whistleblower at all Leaked information to the media to get him to stop that phone call or pursuing what was the subject of it Who was he on the phone with Ukraine Zelensky And Trump because we now have the transcript of the call because Trump's team released it Which is pretty much unheard of I'm sure zelensky didn't like that Even though we reluctantly probably agreed to it we know in the transcript that what the Democrats were very concerned about was they were concerned about Donald Trump asking questions of what Joe Biden and his son were up to in Ukraine

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House GOP Needs to Look Into the Connection Between Biden & Ukraine

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | Last week

House GOP Needs to Look Into the Connection Between Biden & Ukraine

"What happens with politicians is that they want to get on TV You can knock them all you want If you were in their position you want to do it too It helps them raise money helps get their name ID out there There's every incentive to do So they'll say anything So what happens is something becomes like the topic du jour in the media like visitor logs at The White House And in order to get on TV you'll have a thousand congressmen email and bookers on shows going ah I can comment about the visitor lives And what happens is we get totally distracted away from the real scandal that Biden may have sold his last name to a foreign government Thanks Jim That's the scandal So if I were doing this the first thing I would do is I would get Tony bob alinsky in there Tony Baba linsky was the business partner to Biden Joe Biden Jim Biden Hunter Biden and Biden Inc The man served this country I believe he was in the U.S. Navy he is a more than credible witness I would sign him up stat I mean sign him up by dude You know what I'm saying Rhetorically speaking I would get him in there and start following the money trail from from Ukraine To burisma in Ukraine the natural gas company what was going on there which loci one of the burisma guys and the Ukrainian government Ukraine burisma Hunter Biden and the Hunter Biden money that went back to Joe Biden Now bob alinsky may not have been part and parcel of that deal But the sin of hawk holdings deal and some of the China deals and potential deals he was I would start getting bank records I would start subpoenaing members of the Biden family let them lawyer up if they have to but you better try to get a statement out of them

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The Case for the House GOP to 'Un-Peach' Trump

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

The Case for the House GOP to 'Un-Peach' Trump

"Hey, do you remember waters her famous peach 45? Of course, what she meant to say is impeach 45, 45, of course, being president, former president Trump. And of course, the Democrats tried. They tried not once, but twice. They beached 45. Now the peachman didn't really work because it was stalled and it didn't go forward in the Senate. They didn't have the votes in the Senate for either of the two impeachments, but now there's a very interesting idea that has been floated to and by Kevin McCarthy, the idea of undoing the Trump impeachments. Basically, getting rid of them, taking them off the record. And in other words, on beach 45, and I think it's a great idea, and it's out of the box. And it's a wild idea. And apparently the author of the idea is Mark Wayne Mullen of Oklahoma. He brought a resolution to expunge the 2021 impeachment, by the way, the 2021 impeachment was the so called January 6th impeachment, the Democrats tried to make the case that somehow Trump incited January 6th. They never could make that case. In fact, they then set up the January 6th committee. It's been labored for about a year. Well, more than a year to try to make this case, they haven't been able to make it either. And so this is a bogus impeachment laughable.

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Ex-GOP candidate arrested in shootings at lawmakers' homes

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Ex-GOP candidate arrested in shootings at lawmakers' homes

"Police in Albuquerque, New Mexico have arrested a failed Republican state legislative candidate in connection with a shooting at or near the homes or offices of democratic lawmakers. I Norman hall. Authorities say Solomon Pinot was angry over losing the election last November and made baseless claims that the election was rigged against him. Pinot was arrested at his home by a S.W.A.T. team for the alleged drive by shootings, Albuquerque police chief Harold Medina described pina as the mastermind of what appears to be a politically motivated criminal conspiracy leading to four shootings at or near the homes of two county commissioners, and two state legislators, pina himself is accused of pulling the trigger in one of the crimes. I Norman hall

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Harmeet Dhillon Wants to Get the GOP Back on a Winning Footing

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | Last week

Harmeet Dhillon Wants to Get the GOP Back on a Winning Footing

"Us through the math. Where do you think we're at right now realistically? I mean, ronna says she has a 110 votes. I think that's a bunch of nonsense. I think it's probably within ten to 15 swing voters. Is that about right? Yeah, I think that's right. And so there are quite a few members we continue to work on them and call them quite a few. I had a great conversation this morning with one member who said, you know, had been previously committed to Rana, who said, I like what I heard. I'm going to keep an open mind and we should talk more in Dana point. You mentioned Dana point, we have these meetings that are at these lavish $1000. Yeah. Yeah, I know that's going to end if I'm the chair of the RNC. I think one of our last meeting where we elected Rana two years ago was at Amelia island and, you know, it was a sort of a leftover booking that somehow we couldn't cancel, but we blew $3 million on that meeting, which is ridiculous, and we need better negotiations on these things so that we don't get stuck with contracts. We can't get out of. So, you know, yeah, I mean, I think we should be focusing on raising money from donors and that not blowing it on ourselves, but actually using it to win elections. And there was the joke back in the day that, you know, Republicans would wear the red cloth, the cloth coat, the sturdy cloth coat, and be economical and hard nosed about it. That's how our party needs to run to, not like, you know, Beverly Hills divorcing. Yes. That's well said.

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GOP action on mail ballot timelines angers military families

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

GOP action on mail ballot timelines angers military families

"Several states have reduced the window for mail in ballots to be received, and that's angered some military support groups. The controversies bubbling in Ohio, which is reduced the number of days to include mailed in ballots in election totals from ten days down to four. Critics say that could mean ballots from Ohio's military voters get tossed out if they miss the shorter deadline. Navy veteran Willis Gordon, who's with Ohio's NAACP. Says the new rule disenfranchises military personnel from the very rights that they're over there protecting. Controversy erupted over mail in ballots in 2020. After the Trump campaign falsely suggested, there was widespread fraud among them. Ohio and three other states have shortened their ballot time frames, saying it's for the sake of election integrity, while Wisconsin, New Jersey and California are considering doing so as well. I'm Jackie Quinn

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"w t. gop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:46 min | 4 months ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stood out to me were the Proud Boys because these guys wanted to be lionized for their violence. They wanted to talk to the press. They were proud of what they did. And so focusing on them turned out to be a good bet because now they orbit so many acts of political violence, including January 6. And so as January 6th was happening and as they continued their violence, despite a lot of their leaders going to jail, I realized that this is the warning shot that we need to write that going forward. This cycle of political violence held aloft by the GOP and media is going to continue. And so that's why I wrote it. Is there a typical demographic of an individual who is a proud boy? Proud Boys are of a lot of ideologies. There's neo Nazis and people of color within them, but the majority of them are white guys who are angry and want to fight out Trump's grievances. How much is also that they feel like they've just been left behind in this economy. I think there's an element of that. But again, it's the violence that they're aiming for through those grievances. You know, as I was thinking about you coming on, listening to your talk. I mean, is this our Ku Klux Klan in terms of our times Ku Klux Klan, is that how we need to think about it? There are absolute comparisons to be made. I mean, this is a force that is racist at its core. They've made inroads with politics and they've made inroads with the American public. But with the Klan you have to remember, the Klan didn't lose power because people rebuffed them. The Klan lost power because so much of the American public shared that ideology that they weren't really needed anymore. And that's the fear going forward with these guys is that enough people are going to see political violence as it normalized option in politics that the Proud Boys may not be needed. You say racist, but it's not all just white members. Right. All Proud Boys are not just white. I get asked about this a lot. And the Proud Boys, first of all, they're racist at their core, right? Gavin gave them a tenant that they have to accept if they join. Anybody can join, but they have to accept that white men are responsible for the success of the west. And there are people of color. There are also neo Nazis in the Proud Boys, but they are all gathering under this banner of getting to fight out their rage in the street against the left and against Trump's opponents. And that can create strange bedfellows, just last weekend, Nazis joined Proud Boys in Texas for a drag queen story hour event they were protesting. And also on top of that, the very few people of color that are members of the Proud Boys are held aloft constantly by the Proud Boys as evidence that they're not racist. They're not white supremacists. And that is served to put a veil in front of them when they're confusing the media and law enforcement. Hey, Andy, over the summer, back in June, we saw footage emerge from Idaho about the patriot front. Gathering to protest an LGBTQ event. And I'm wondering where the relationship is between patriot front, Proud Boys and other sort of right-wing extremists help us kind of untangle that web. This is a machine and a cycle of extremism that we're seeing in front of us right now. For example, QAnon conspiracy theorists and Alex Jones type plant a seed that satanic pedophiles in the form of drag queens are coming for your children. Donald Trump and Fox News sanitize and grow that seed for their audiences, push it out to millions of people. And then the extremist street groups, like the Proud Boys, patriot front, oath keepers who are also big on January 6th come to burn it all down. And so the Proud Boys I see them as both normalizers of political violence, but also the pointy

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"w t. gop" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:47 min | 7 months ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Flag laws are illegal and unconstitutional because it ends due process. Play cut 64. And in fact, we may soon get red flag logs across the country. So what would that mean if we do? Well, two things you should know. First, red flag laws will not end mass shootings. But red flag laws will end due process. Due process is a simple concept, but it's the key to everything that is good about America. In our system of justice, citizens can not be punished without first being charged with a crime. Politicians can not just decide to hurt you for you in handcuffs, lock you in jail, seize your property, simply because they don't like how you think or how you vote. No. Before they punish you, they have to go through a formal process in which they describe which specific law you broke and exactly how you broke it. They have to prove it. Now this is largely thanks to the Fifth Amendment, the Fifth Amendment is an unbelievable gift, a blessing of liberty. In fact, when the constitution was ratified, the founding fathers said they believed the finger of God was on. The constitution, they didn't say that it had the same sort of divine revelation as the scriptures that it's not something that was said, but they did say that the finger of God was upon them. They believed or upon the writing of the U.S. Constitution. The Fifth Amendment says the federal government can not deprive anyone of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law. The Fourteenth Amendment, which was ratified in 1868, continued by using the same 11 words called the due process clause. And so it's repeated. This is an important and necessary protection. Remember, the United States Constitution does not give you rights. John cornyn does not give you rights. The United States Constitution protects rights that are given to you by God. We believe by God, you might think it's nature, whatever you believe it is, I believe it's an almighty God. And you have that at birth. So your natural state and we got a lot of this philosophical basis, this foundation from John Locke in particular that who are you in the state of nature. In the state of nature, you have consciousness, you have autonomy, you have sovereignty, you have agency, you have choice, and so we call this a self evident truth. I wonder what we ever heard that before. We hold these truths to be self evident. John Locke being a primary inspire. In fact, John Locke had the phrase life liberty and property, Thomas Jefferson liked that and originally was property and we changed it to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. I'm kind of glad they changed it to happiness. The ancient view of what happiness was, there's a lot different than our view of happiness today. Happiness being the highest form of good, according to Aristotle. But as Tucker Carlson beautifully puts it, you can not be free if the government can take your stuff or your freedoms away without a process to doing so. Now, look, let's just be very clear we believe that some people, of course, should have their stuff and their liberties taken away from them. Child rapists, murderers, people that burned down buildings, you have violated the social contract, and therefore the state, while going through the same process, you get a lawyer, you get an opportunity to defend yourself, you're an opportunity to submit evidence. You get an ability to cross examine witnesses, did you burn down the Wendy's, or did you not burn down the Wendy's? Where were you? What's your alibi? There's a process to go through all this and sometimes, yes, the government gets these things wrong. Yes, sometimes the government has malicious prosecution like they did against lieutenant general Michael Flynn. But let me be very clear. The prosecutions of Flynn and Manafort and all these people would have been far worse. If there was not due process, if there wasn't the ability to have a lawyer present or an attorney to be able to cross examine the state. Through every the whole premise of our government is built on you being sovereign and the government being a creation of your sovereignty and of your permission. So when it comes to red flag laws, the question is, does a red flag law violate due process rights? Well, The Washington Post said a couple weeks ago, no. Red flag gun laws don't violate due process rights. Such laws also known as extreme risk protection orders are popular and are embraced by some Republican politicians, but some gun rights activists say they violate the 5th and Fourteenth Amendment. So I've actually not read this article prior to going through. So we're going to go through it in real time. You can kind of see how I process information. But let me just first pick out one thing here. Extreme risk protection orders. Now that sounds rare, doesn't it? How many times in the last couple of years coming out of COVID did you hear this idea of, well, we're only going to use our power rarely and we're not going, it's an extreme. It's an emergency. Anytime the government wants power when they say that it will not last long and it won't go after a big group of people do not give them that power. You know, growing up, I used to be very pro Patriot Act. I've said this many times on this program. I used to tell my, you know, let me think when the patriarch passed. Paycheck probably passed in 2003, 2004. We can actually, I think it was like robustly passed in O 5 O 6, whatever, we'll find the date. It was after 9 11 was right in that kind of period of time. And I remember being in 7th grade defending the patriarch again, it was kind of inarticulate. It wasn't really 2001 it passed. Wow, okay. I think it got renewed later. And with the point is, I remember being in 6 or 7th grade talking about how we need the Patriot Act because terrorists are bad and a liberal at the time and I remember who it was. He's far from a liberal now. He's a leftist communist dictator autocrat type. But anyway, he said to me, he said, how do you define a terrorist? And I had some sort of clumsy response. I didn't think very deeply about it. Back in 6th grade, yeah, okay, it got renewed in 2005. Thank you. Got it. And so basically I said, what's this kind of you just kind of know what a terrorist is? It's self evident. And is it? If there's anything we've learned over the last year, it's that the government will use a broad definition basis and label as many people as they possibly can with a moving target. And then they'll be able to have that as the necessary prerequisite to then take your rights away..

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"w t. gop" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:41 min | 11 months ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"I was talking yesterday about how Hispanics, Latinos and latinas are moving pretty rapidly toward the GOP and the left is they can't stand it. They're enraged and they start talking about the white nationalist Hispanic community and that means like giving me the look from the side as I have to say, what kind of crazy people are we dealing with? Well, crazy. Crazy desperate people is who we're dealing with. They don't like it. They don't like it when Hispanics think for themselves or are when blacks think for themselves. Oh my goodness, we have to, you know, they have to call them uncle toms. And now they're calling us me, oh, I supremacist. Oh. Well, in part of it is the left cultivated this narrative and they've done this over 30 years. And the narrative can be summarized as demographics is destiny. So they thought that as America becomes the browning of America. As America becomes sort of less monolithically white, more Hispanics, more blacks, more Asian Americans. They thought we got it made. We don't actually even have to do much because we're going to see a natural drift to the Democratic Party. And they thought with Trump. We'll just portray him as the most racist president ever, and the fact that he got more a black votes and more Hispanic votes in 2020, this is unnerved them. But again, it's beyond Trump. It's a movement. It's a movement of freedom, really, is what it is. And what I'm seeing, you know, people may say, well, you know, Venezuelans and because I happen to be half Venezuelan half Mexican. Venezuelans in Mexicans think differently. So Venezuelans are going to be more apt to vote Republican. Why? Because they have just been through socialism. And they know what it is. And they don't want it here, right? Whereas with Mexican Americans, the Democratic Party has always taken it for granted that they are going to vote that way. And when things started changing down in the Rio Grande valley, like for example, in Texas and South Texas, very, very, very blue area of Texas. Monica de la Cruz, who is in Texas Senate district 15 and might have Flores who's in Texas district 34, both beautiful women, strong Republican women who have won their primaries and are challenging the democratic status quo there. Suddenly, the Democrats are dispatching consultants and pollsters and strategists for the simple reason that they know that seeps and they could once take for granted. I mean, you remember the seats in the Harlem area, which is where Debbie's family is. The Democrat didn't even really have to campaign. He got 60% of the vote just by doing nothing. But.

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"w t. gop" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"One big development since Trump has left office. At least in the GOP, is how a lot of that conservative and far right energy has gone local. There's been a groundswell of energy on the right for the last several months to get a foothold in local and county politics across the country. And to be in positions of power locally to potentially they think decide an election in 2024. Can you tell us what's going on there? And when it started so I mean, you just said 2024, but our first test is going to be 2022. So we've got a couple things happening. Obviously, states put out there, new congressional maps after the last round of redistricting and the new census and there are some pretty heavy pretty durable Republican favoring gerrymanders that all but ensure some level of advantage going into 2022. So that's one thing. And that was done kind of hand in hand with efforts that were taken right after the 2020 election by Republican state and local officials to give them much more power over elections laws going forward. So now lots of states have passed laws that give elections officials, more authority to overturn results or to challenge results. A lot of these small tweaks of where polling places are of how local ballot access laws work of how and where you can give water to people at the polls, how you can provide language assistance to people or can't. Those things, we're going to get a real test run of them. And I guess the concern for Democrats is that test run is going to put people in office. Totally. So McKay, I want to talk about where this newest push to go local started. I mean, historically, the GOP has always been better on local politics. They understand the power of it and they take it seriously in a way that Democrats often do not. But I've read some reporting that this newest push to go local comes from Steve Bannon. Former aide and strategist to Donald Trump. He has endorsed what's called the quote unquote precinct strategy on his podcast. Do all roads in this regard lead back to Bannon, at least right now? Well, Steve Bannon would certainly probably want us to believe that. He is kind of a master of taking credit for the dark arts of trumpian politics. That said, I think that Bannon and other Trump allies, Trump alliance strategists have really honed in on this idea that the way for the Republican Party to take over politics to win is not necessarily in winning over the most voters, right? It's not a 51% strategy. It's a let's take control of the system that oversees election strategy. You've seen this in Virginia where I live last year, somebody who worked on Trump's legal team to try to overturn the 2020 election. Mounted a primary challenge against a Republican state House member and actually won to join the state legislature. In Georgia, you have somebody who is running against the current Secretary of State making the stolen election lie central to their campaign. And so basically what you see is that Trump allies are trying to install themselves in positions where they can oversee the next presidential election..

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"w t. gop" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"And that's what I want to ask you both about because as much as the GOP still seems like Donald Trump's party. There are some very clear areas where it's almost left him behind and moved even further from where he was. Perhaps the biggest example of that is the dialog around vaccines on the right. Donald Trump has been outspoken amongst the GOP faithful and still preaching the good about vaccines, urging folks to get boosters. And he's been booed by some of his own fans for saying that. Take the vaccines. I did it, it's good to take the vaccines. But you got no, that's okay. That's all right. You got your freedoms. How much of that shift is a real thing? Like the party still kind of following Trump, but in some ways getting even more fringe than Trump himself. Well, from a science perspective, you look at what happened with vaccines. We, as a country as a world achieved a scientific breakthrough that we're going to look back in time and think of as something akin to, I don't know the space race. And it happened with funding that he approved. Trump helped do that. He dropped that stuff together to push for those vaccines very quickly. And there is no way there is not a snowball's chance that this guy is not going to take credit for them. Almost at the outset, kind of put them in odds with lots of elements of the party. I think even from the beginning, you could see the vaccine hesitancy. You could see the anti vax messages. They were coming out as he was promoting vaccines as president. So that's not really surprising now, but you know it does place him not as a Vanguard anymore in the party. But what I would say though, that's funny about that is that this is kind of the story of the Republican Party for the last 20 years, which is and maybe even longer, which is that the leaders of the Republican Party will kind of flirt with or enable or allow some kind of fringe element in their party to operate unchallenged. But what always happens in the Republican Party is that these leaders will kind of flirt with this fringe element. And then the fringe element gets way bigger and way more aggressive and in some respects sort of takes over the party and then leaders kind of realize that they don't have control over it anymore. They can't harden except for their own purposes. Save for the vaccines..

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"w t. gop" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"At charlie f. o. r. hillsdale dot com and you yourself should at least carve out twenty minutes a day to try and learn something new. These courses can be downloaded. They could be podcast. And there's little tests after them to make sure that you are comprehending what you are learning and about after ten courses you get your certificate. It's one of the coolest feelings in the world. You feel like you are retaining that knowledge and you have a better understanding of what's happening in america charlie f. o. r. hillsdale dot com phenomenal partners. Please check it out right now. Senate republicans we had to pass the infrastructure bill because we didn't win enough seats while the why don't you focus on what happened in georgia for the reason why rafael warnock and the teenager john if are senators now they don't wanna talk about that they don't wanna talk about the fact that act. There is now new evidence to show and continuing evidence to show from just the news dot com that the georgia ballots rejected by machines were later altered by election workers to count records obtained by just the news provides an unprecedented glimpse into human adjudication of m- of thousands of ballots were marks for candidates like trump or sometimes removed so ballots could count for biden. I also want to go into this. That we're monitoring the mike lindell cyber symposium and we'll stream the entire thing on our rumble channel today and tomorrow just the news dot com day after the november election as donald trump and other republican candidates clung to evaporating leads georgia vote counters in atlanta. Were confronted by a paper ballot known by its anonymously number. Five one five zero two three two one eight. A dominion voting machine had rejected the ballot on election night because the voter had filled in boxes for both trump and his democratic opponent. Joe biden an area known as an over vote now. The image of the ballot obtained by just the news shows the voter messily scribbled a large blob at six ten on november fourth. Twenty four hours at the ballot was i scanned and rejected by machine. Fifty one fifty a panel of humans decided the vote should be rewarded to to biden. You could see the ballot on just the news dot com scores of additional ballots. That same day had checks manually removed next to trump's name so this is the arcane process known as adjudication were human judgment is substituted for machine scanning in cases where votes incorrectly filled out a paper ballot election officials and official observers have dealt with this for years put in two thousand and twenty adjudication played a massive role in all more than five thousand one hundred forty eight thousand absentee ballots cast or three percent of them required some sort of human intervention. Why does that matter. Those votes. just a couple thousand of them could have been the difference between david purdue getting a runoff not getting a runoff therefore us controlling the united states senate or not controlling the united states senate. So why won't republicans talk about what's happening in georgia. Because they're afraid they're afraid that a serious conversation around voter fraud and voter integrity is going to lead them into a direction that they don't like you see. They would much rather manage the decline of the country. Then find out what happened in the two thousand twenty election. Let's play cut fifty nine. David cross with voter shows the double counting of the votes. That's happened in georgia so amazingly that you wouldn't have this whole conversation with the senate if our republican senators actually cared about getting to the bottom of what happened in these states but as typical these republicans many of them. Obviously not rand. paul or ted cruz or josh. Holly mike lee. They've been great but almost all of them have decided voter. Integrity does not matter how we elect leaders does not matter all that matters. Is my country club membership to the united states. Senate play cut fifty nine. Ministering here is ballots. Side-by-side mark for jason shaw global mark next to the at the end of the mark on the second one and the ballot image is stored of air metropolis top left. So there's another beer is standard. Everyone sixty two at scared over three fax number thirty five number nineteen and that matches three four in fifty nine. So you have the same ballot counting twice in the images and how this audible. I think same ballot counted twice in the images so why renegotiating with a regime that very well might have assumed power through a process. That was not legal. Why are we honoring that. Did you get hit with a big tax bill. You weren't with rates being very low and home acquitting high perfect time to refinance. We're all about refinancing all this. 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"w t. gop" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on Majority 54

"Aren't we relatable quarter jason. When he gave us well. I was just celebrate the fact that Mateen captain by my wife. Diana won the ravi fitness challenge and to give people some background. Yeah i mean there were. There were three teams And a shoutout to to will and ryan. Who were our teammates. But really like. I think all three of us will ryan myself would agree that diana carried the team. In fact. I think you pointed out in your breakdown that she had more points than the third place team. A and it says a lot about her and the third place. It's funny because when this thing started. Diana was like you know she. I mean bella was just born nine months ago so diana was like i don't know if i can keep up with it because i had done it. You know last year and so she saw that and she was like that. I keep up with us and then we had our first like zoom colleagues at team. And we're like yeah you're the captain and she's like and then you were like there will be a small trophy for the winner in diana was like well. That's all i. I've been thinking about that by the way what a minute. How how many deliver on that trophy myself. Competitive wife was like well then. I guess we will win and And that sort of happened so pretty cool. Yeah i first of all shout out to her she. She delivered your team and won the individual prize as well but you know for listeners. This was our way of saying we've now done it three times now and it's actually how you and i kind of became even closer and kind of the genesis. Podcast is that we we do this group and we track a whole bunch of things we talked and we talked about it a few times in this podcast and the key is not the competition necessarily but just the awareness of all these things and you know how much alcohol drinking. What am i eating. Am i working out. And it's it's less growing than it probably comes across the podcast. You're like meditation and stephan there. Yeah it's totally screen time and so we'll probably redo it and i thought it was great like i thought it was great just to see her do it. Because this is our first time. I getting involved. And she really is just. She's tenacious lega inspiring to see how how committed she was competitive. That when you were here. In kansas city she was trying to feed you unhealthy food like she was trying to feed me unhealthy food unsuccessfully but she was also like mad at me so when i saw her she was like wait. She's like does you have something to say to me honest. I was confused for a second. Because she's so kind of stoic. most she's very dry. It took me a second. Well i'll give you a quick update on mining i. It's coming up. On the tenth anniversary of the first school ever started and that versus coming in a few weeks and i got a couple of things planned around just like reminding people of that and who were involved in it but recently started every day. Sending a message to one person Each day who is like integral to that process and one thing i realized was i started the first school when i was twenty eight. I'm thirty eight now and those ten years ago and i realize like how much of a shit i was back then ten years ago not not intentionally but i was just so unaware of how nice certain people were to back then and had no reason to be. I was like oh. You're on my board. You're on the sport great. Because that's this mission really matters and so like i'm not gonna go away. Thank you because obviously kids need a great education. And i look back over my communication. I'm like i was a lunatic. Like it wasn't like i was personally selfish on. This is an important mission. If you're involved in it of course you are. So i'm not going to stop and thank you for all the time that you spent on this because it's obviously the thing you need to do and going through all these messages..

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"w t. gop" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on Majority 54

"And then like at some point. There's a bunch of kids that are gathered to see the dragon. A net tragically is when you find out that the dragon actually breathes fire. It's that kind of dragon and then people are like. Hey man it's cool that you made a dragon and like it's neat that people come to our neighborhood. See the dragon. But like we're going to need you to keep the dragon in the garage and we're going to need you to find a way to not have the dragon breath fire. And you're like hey. I can't control this dragon. This dragon is not my a dragon. It's not my responsibility and boy like but wait a minute before this. We didn't even think dragons existed and you create you. You made a dragon and then you made the dragon huge. And now you're telling me that you have no control over the dragon. That doesn't seem likely. Yeah no in fact. Not only do we any control. It is your responsibility to make sure this dragon doesn't burn people like that's what's going crazy like. We expect a lot from facebook. They created facebook. They probably can figure out how to keep facebook from killing people. I think the analogy further like. Let's say the dragon gets out before it's breathing fire and it's it's just an awesome dragon. It's like giving people rides all over the place it's walking old ladies home In the dark late at night then you know you. And diana are like yeah. We created that dragon. We should. we're responsible for this. Like praise us pay pay said the dragon breathing fire and killing a bunch of people and like oh. I'm not responsible for the. That's what facebook because we're still pay us. Yeah but still when there was like you know protests in iran back in in in the officer whatever whatever recall those years and it seemed like tyrannies were falling throughout the middle east And that people were using social media organized. Facebook was tripping over itself to take credit for all of that. But the minute that it's tools are used for for bad things. They don't have any responsibility for that right. Not not only do they not responsibility. they plead inability there like. What are you spec just to do this out of control. It's a dragon for god's sake like right but it's your dragon. Yeah they play this game where they just overwhelm you with numbers right. And they'll be like we did. We took down this many posts and we did x. y. and z. But they don't put it in context and as kevin roose reported near times they are actively moving to give up. Take away Our ability to even give context those numbers so if they say we took down x number of post we don't we're going to do not have the ability to even compare that to anything else you think. Think about how crazy it is that when you put an ad on tv you have to say if it's a if it's a federal candidate or you know if it's an ad about pushing somebody to vote a certain way you. There are words that the government now says you must say approve. This message paid for this message but facebook has no responsibility whatsoever for like if stuff gets put up. That's like hey you know if you eat bleach only your worst enemy get covert or whatever. The hell has stuff says like that. That is an enormous unbound. Isn't that is imbalanced unbalanced. I don't know. I don't know what the word is. But it's bad. Yeah yeah why. Do we have a language in on me and the same thing but they don't always apply to the same words. Yeah that's that's more setting than anything else..

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"w t. gop" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on Majority 54

"That means like the fans have a lot of say in whether you stick around and like that's the world facebook exists in right like they are super powerful and can do what they want but they do have to answer to a consumer consumer base that could choose to not use them for certain things so i think it's worthwhile to pressure them right in. If you look at their response it was very petulant. They basically were saying this. Isn't it's not our fault that you didn't hit seventy percent Which like the honest. If you think of this book called extreme ownership jaakko willink. It's a really good book that we used to read it when i was running school sized principles of all of our schools redid and basically the point of that was. He's a military man like yourself. I think he was a navy seal. And who's basically like whatever happened if it's under my command. Whatever happens on our mission it is my responsibility and if things go wrong and it's my fault and facebook takes the opposite approach which is like this. What like this is on us. This is just users of our platform in credits twitter. Their response to this was much different. They've quote tweeted surgeon. General said yes needed to do more. We need to continue to to fight this yada yada yada and all available evidence is at facebook. Does have a problem with this A newsletter i follow called for what it's worth which i think was from the folks used to run an organization acronym and they ranked the top ten facebook posts. That mentioned vaccines something. Like six or seven to ten of those posts. Were anti vaccine media matters. Did it analysis showing that their hundred plus super active big facebook groups that are promoting vaccine misinformation and there was a really good article by kevin roose in the new york times an july fourteenth at showed that facebook is actually having internal discussions where it seems like they're about to even pull back ability to see this data anymore to see data about what are the most highly ranked posts in terms of engagement. Because it's so embarrassing to them. I think my sense is like i continue to believe. The facebook is is the most if not one of the most destructive companies in the world and i treated differently than other companies that. I'm skeptical of. I think it is so destructive. I think the the leadership of it is so out to lunch and so focused on their bottom line. And i don't know if it's a defensiveness or a profit motive or what but this company continues to behave in the public square in ways that show that it is not worthy of the power that it has and i just wonder what our role is to to hold it accountable. I mean imagine that like you found a dragon right and you headed dragon your garage and you were feeding the dragon. And you're like putting all sorts of growth hormone in the dragon. It was getting bigger and people started coming around. Then we want to see this big little dragon and then at some point you realize you and diana been trimming this weekend. No i'm right now. I just you know you're doing this..

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"w t. gop" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on Majority 54

"This is the ultimate. I've talked about like delta. What's the matter. Kansas situation Matara kansas thesis to that. How does the republican party get people to vote against their economic interests. Now at the point where. How is it the republican party and it's media apparatus or convincing people to actually make decisions that may cost them their lives and if they do that could pretty much convinced decker people of anything so on the one hand i agree that that's the question but it to me. It's a little bit different because it's like they're not convincing people not to do something that will save their life like they're not like saying hey out of some sort of show of loyalty some sort of crazy blood oath. Take this risk. They're just lying to people and telling them that it. It won't save their life and that you know they don't need it or that. It might hurt them right. So that's that's what i think is so disgusting about it and and you know trump who like the rest of these fools is vaccinated and like you said was for it when he was president could get credit and now he's actively working undermine it i mean i it doesn't need to be said but what a piece of garbage i mean. Just can you imagine just like for a moment. And i think you could say this when it comes up with people imagine having the ability as a single individual to open your mouth and literally save lives just by saying some nice things about the vaccine and choosing not to do it because it might gain you some tiny little political advantage in three years like that is next level just awfulness and just makes me sick now as far as how to handle the issue with the right wing media. I keep going back to the same question. Why have we as a society and why we you know as rational people just a accepted. The idea that vaccine passports will never fly in america. Like why why have we just accepted. This wire. Blue states not saying. Hey we're going to start using vaccine passports because something has to be done to incentivize people to get vaccinated and by the way also like you can't continue to have unvaccinated people just gathering large groups as if nothing's happening and expect not to have another variant not to have an echo very it. It's an unreasonable expectation. There are some signs that parts of the right wing are starting to change their tune so representative scalise who've been skeptical of the vaccine. Decided to get it sean. Hannity has now started to speak out in favor of the vaccine and interestingly in his statement about it said you know as we've been saying all along which is the ultimate. I think you always say you have an analogy to iraq. War about trump. Right what you always say that. In ten years trump will be treated the way supporters. The iraq were. Treat the iraq war. Which is it's a thing that happened and you just can't find anybody that seemed to be in favor of it. At the time that seems with this vaccine misinformation stuff is all about and to be fair. There are people in the right wing who've been pretty consistent on this. I think ben shapiro has been pro vaccine all along. But he's been one of these shows that's like you know. Were you gotta get the vaccine and then like to cover as because he's just a politician who's like a captive to his to his audience so he can't ever funders an funders right like it reminds me of when what's her name told me. Tell me learnt when she when it came out that she was pro choice and she almost lost her job at the blaze and she was like whoa and she had to back off of it. You know they're captive to their audience. Whether they run for office or not and so shapiro anytime he talks about what you should get vaccinated. He then takes that and tries to lampoon any other action the saying he's like look. You should get maxine and vaccines are available. So it is ridiculous that there are mask mandates for anybody anywhere these liberals are the worst you know and it's like do you could just say get vaccinated. You don't have to actually put a caveat in there right yeah..

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"w t. gop" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on Majority 54

"I'm jason candor non robbie gupta and this is majority fifty four the podcast that helps americans for progress. Convince those who did into to join majority ravi before we get to the serious actual news of the week. Tie wanna talk about what tom brady said at the white house Because you brought up before we recording. And i realized i think i might have a like a contrary opinion on this for those who don't know the buccaneers sadly i mean because they're chief sadly did win. The super bowl wants to. They got to do the white house visit. And tom brady was speaking alongside president biden and he made a joke. These guys are amazing group men. It didn't look right there. At one point. We are seven and five struggling a little bit as the president alluded to but we found her rhythm. We got on a roll. Not a lot of people think that we could have one. In fact i think about forty percent of the people still don't think we won. I understand everybody is playing. This as brady is sort of making fun of trump and i don't know man like i'm not so sure and maybe this is just like my instinct of never trusting. Tom brady but i feel like maybe he was poking fun at biden and like giving a nod me he is like friends with trump. I don't know might being paranoid about this thing. That doesn't matter. I mean it's hard to say. I think biden appreciated. I think most of twitter and just the world brit large interpreted as a jab at trump which i think is is more important than what he actually meant. You're travel and i don't know what status friendship with trump is i. I hear speculation that gazelle. His wife is very anti trump and that that may be that may be. What's driving this careful guy. It wouldn't surprise me if at some point. I don't know two years or more ago. Tom brady went. This may not be the. I remember when they interviewed him during the general in two thousand sixteen and he was like. I don't know vote on super tuesday or whatever it is and they were like that's not term for the election so i don't think he's the most political guy anyway Right anyway yeah. That has been our tom brady. Check in Thanks very much all right now for the news of the week ravi. What's going on. Well the big news this week is that the delta very coveted is continuing to spread throughout the country in the past fourteen days cases of cova. Gone up one hundred ninety five percent and deaths have gone up forty two percent and the delta variant is accounting for eighty three percent of us cases now The cdc director said that we are in the middle of a pandemic of the unvaccinated. Just as a review for audience the delta variant is a from what we could tell about fifty percent more transmissible dr fouled. She has said that Over ninety nine percent of deaths in the country recent deaths From covert a comfort people who are unvaccinated and in states that have the highest spread and highest rates of hospitalization right now which is nevada missouri. Arkansas florida mississippi louisiana. These are states with some of the lowest vaccination rates being the exception there which is florida's special most average but the rest of them have Some of the lowest vaccination rates in the country. Ed young and the atlantic had a great article last week that actually focuses focused on missouri. Where a lot of our listeners. Come from where you live jason. It's a it's a harrowing article is really difficult to read but there was one anecdote from the article that i can't get out of my mind. It was he was interviewing healthcare workers who are just going from the point where they were inspired to show up to work to everyday to where they're frustrated now because a lot of the people that they're treating are being treated for preventable illnesses and deaths and a lot of the people are extremely rude. Who come through the doors of these emergency rooms and hospitals and there was one story about a woman alka worker. Who said that when she had given somebody that cova diagnosis. That person's spit in her face. And i get that out of my head. So i know that people talk about vaccinations as a personal choice. But at what point does it become more than a personal choice jason. How do we talk about this yet. It's not a personal choice unless your doctor is telling you. Hey you know this could be a risk for you which by the way is just super limited number of people. Yeah i get like technically. It's a personal choice. But there's a point at which you know your liberty ends and someone else's liberty begins the thing that i'm not a scientist but the thing that hardly anybody has talked about in this is as we go from one variant to another which is what will happen if not enough people get vaccinated. We've already you know we're already on the delta variant. we've just completely taken for granted. How incredibly fortunate we are that this disease. This virus has a very limited effect on very young people. Right like the fact that kids under whatever it is ten or whatever tend not to die from this. We've just taken for granted that that's some sort of permanent corona virus reality when it isn't necessarily the case and so yeah. I think it is reasonable. It's beyond reasonable. It is Inevitable that healthcare workers would go from ham inspired to go. Take care of these people because it's no fault of their own to now. I've got to stop step in and try and protect these people who chose not to protect themselves and also chose not to do anything to protect anybody around them to make it less likely that they'll spread the virus earning out so yeah it is really upsetting and it is a failure of leadership by all the people who are trying to undermine the president's efforts to get people vaccinated and obviously a big part of this story is the role that right wing media and right wing leaders have played here and trump on sunday waited right in the middle of the saying that people refusing to take the vaccine because they don't trust this administration they don't trust election results and they certainly don't trust the fake news. You know trump got the vaccine and was touting it when he was president when he thought he could take credit for it and we have this situation now. Where one party in. Its media have convinced the sizable amount of people not to take life saving medicine and if they have the power to do that basically..

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"w t. gop" Discussed on Start Here

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on Start Here

"Okay. We're gonna step away once more when we come back. What city do you think. Spent the most time in traffic last year. One last thing is next. You start your day with start here. Start your week with this week. Good morning and welcome to this week. I'm george stephanopoulos. Every sunday we invite the biggest names in politics. Discuss the most pressing issues of our time. So did his strategy work against you. I don't think so we go beyond the headlines push past the spin to get to the core of the stories that impact you and our country. If miss this week on tv sunday morning check out the podcast version of the show wherever you get your podcast and one last night. If you're thinking about emissions one of the simplest and most frustrating examples is a simple traffic. Jam merge margie come on get sees the inefficient we yesterday. A new study revealed. Which city has the worst traffic in the us and for the first time in decades. It's not los angeles. Los angeles no longer has the most congested roads in the nation in two thousand twenty. According to texas annual urban mobility report. New york city had the most congested roads in america. But it was less about things getting worse in the big apple than how dramatically traffic everywhere else. We're applying around. Looking at the freeways there is little to no traffic anywhere with us in a normal year. The average commuter in la spends a hundred nineteen hours per year stuck in traffic last year. It was less than half that same story for san francisco in washington. Dc who usually all have worse traffic than new york. Why the difference. Well in new york narrow roads are often clogged by trucks and truck. Traffic never really lagged in twenty twenty deliveries to people's houses. Actually rose in most major cities like la freeways are clogged by people. Driving their car to work. That was what stopped happening for a few months at least because that was the other headline of this report. The traffic changes were dramatic but really only lasted a few months. That dodger stadium cova testing site filling up the entire western side of the parking lot by the end of last year in most regions traffic levels. Were nearly back to their twenty nine nine levels and so now spy changes to work habits and migration patterns the study suggests that your commute put still continue to get worse. Average wait for new york. Commuter was fifty six hours traffic last year still down. Just not as big of difference. Start here tomorrow. Just hit subscribe if you haven't already many things to my friend. Avery harper filling in the last couple of days. I'm brad milkey. i'll see you tomorrow. Abc news honored winner for the second straight year with the edward r. Murrow award for overall excellence in television. Abc news america's number one news source..

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

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"Okay. We're gonna step away once more when we come back. What city do you think. Spent the most time in traffic last year. One last thing is next. You start your day with start here. Start your week with this week. Good morning and welcome to this week. I'm george stephanopoulos. Every sunday we invite the biggest names in politics. Discuss the most pressing issues of our time. So did his strategy work against you. I don't think so we go beyond the headlines push past the spin to get to the core of the stories that impact you and our country. If miss this week on tv sunday morning check out the podcast version of the show wherever you get your podcast and one last night. If you're thinking about emissions one of the simplest and most frustrating examples is a simple traffic. Jam merge margie come on get sees the inefficient we yesterday. A new study revealed. Which city has the worst traffic in the us and for the first time in decades. It's not los angeles. Los angeles no longer has the most congested roads in the nation in two thousand twenty. According to texas annual urban mobility report. New york city had the most congested roads in america. But it was less about things getting worse in the big apple than how dramatically traffic everywhere else. We're applying around. Looking at the freeways there is little to no traffic anywhere with us in a normal year. The average commuter in la spends a hundred nineteen hours per year stuck in traffic last year. It was less than half that same story for san francisco in washington. Dc who usually all have worse traffic than new york. Why the difference. Well in new york narrow roads are often clogged by trucks and truck. Traffic never really lagged in twenty twenty deliveries to people's houses. Actually rose in most major cities like la freeways are clogged by people. Driving their car to work. That was what stopped happening for a few months at least because that was the other headline of this report. The traffic changes were dramatic but really only lasted a few months. That dodger stadium cova testing site filling up the entire western side of the parking lot by the end of last year in most regions traffic levels. Were nearly back to their twenty nine nine levels and so now spy changes to work habits and migration patterns the study suggests that your commute put still continue to get worse. Average wait for new york. Commuter was fifty six hours traffic last year still down. Just not as big of difference. Start here tomorrow. Just hit subscribe if you haven't already many things to my friend. Avery harper filling in the last couple of days. I'm brad milkey. i'll see you tomorrow. Abc news honored winner for the second straight year with the edward r. Murrow award for overall excellence in television. Abc news america's number one news source..

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05:36 min | 1 year ago

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"w t. gop" Discussed on The Young Turks

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04:12 min | 1 year ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on The Young Turks

"He says i every state legislature should pass a ban on taxpayer dollars going to any school district or workplace that teaches critical race theory which inherently violates existing antidiscrimination laws. That's all nonsense. But they're gonna interpreted vaguely and they're going to try to weed out the funding for the schools. Second each state create. Its own seventeen. Seventy six commission to and man. This is going to be something to examine the public school curriculum and ensure that students are receiving a patriotic pro-american education. Third parents have a right to know. Exactly what is being taught to their children. That one's brief forth apparently to organize locally in every school district in america to eliminate action civics and other versions of the effort to contorted traditional civics education. Seriously he did not this fifth any parent who objects to the material. Being taught to their child in public schools should get an automatic voucher empowering them to pick another school of their choice six states need to take back control their schools of education and credentialing bodies to ensure that. They're not churning out radicalized teachers so not only should. The teachers teach racism to kids. The schools shouldn't teach to the future teachers. Either and along the way we weed out any conversation about racism to stop propaganda for our children and instead replace it with a patriotic pro-american education. Which i'm sure it's going to be stuffed with historical truth. Well th that's going to be my question. Is it patriotic pro-american education actually in education. And i'm asking in a literal way. I don't mean that you don't. You shouldn't be pro america. That's your opinion but history being taught as pro american. Actually history or as a propaganda. So it's not to say hey. We should teach kids an anti-american education that would also be necess- propaganda about we teach them actual history instead of making pro one country or anti one country. even if it's our country they see. I mean it's like say. Oh you know what would you do. What did he a pro. America math okay. What is pro america math. Look like and so it is just fair to ask what is pro american history. Look like there's a look like actual history or history that you've mangled and corrupted and changed to make it appear to match your agenda. Yeah my problem with this is that it applies absolutely zero critical thought to anything. There are no countries or people who we can study which is pure and benevolent awesome. And just great this from their inception to the present like debt debt doesn't exist in history every civilization every country every culture has its dark and bleak moments. That's just the nature of man. I don't know why this is so hard for everybody to understand that. I don't know why they're so insecure. Bow young. Let's face it. White americans learning that the united states perpetuated atrocities in the past and that we should learn from them and now we should do much better going forward like why is this so threatening to these people because it goes to the core identity. They've been taught that they're the best thing since sliced bread. And and so if you teach them. Hey maybe america also had issues right and look we're looking to fix those issues et cetera. That would hurt their feces so they would catch some feelings out of that and it's more of an emotional thing i mean. Look at how silly this is. When trump in this same op-eds talked about a pro american education. He said it should be about history. English and social studies right. They need to be pro american. So i was kidding about the math but literally make english pro-american first of all it's english and by definition not american. Okay wait till he gets a lotta that he's like. Where did this inland come from. We've got to get rid of that. Okay we get other white okay. It's all right. it's all right..

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"w t. gop" Discussed on The Young Turks

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07:28 min | 1 year ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on The Young Turks

"And i'm like you took the words out of my mouth chain because confused by the idea of right wingers discrediting the police the fbi. The cops like the idea that you know. We live in a world where right-wingers find the fbi to not be credible. And you know they're. They're part of some fake insurrection. To make right wing look bad. I never thought. I would see this world now. Are they going to follow that logic to them inventing fake terrorists out of whole cloth like the fbi doing that practice where they give people bombs and guns and be like. Hey you wanna both stuff up. Then lock them up and say that their locker terrorists up or are we going to erode their credibility when it comes to basically prosecuting in fighting a sham drug war which literally millions of black people and brown people have been incarcerated for decades behind. I mean if we if we in the process of discrediting the fbi but in the high again that the right wing is no logo pro fbi. Noga pro cop auguring to me. I sort of. I sort of doubt it. I feel like it's gonna end up like tucker carlson. Every four and a half weeks says something about how he doesn't like the ruling elites and then he pushes for every economic interest the ruling elites have it's just it's fake substantive it's convenient and timely But it's increasing number if louie gohmert is the bottom rung of the republican party about half a up you have people like matt gaetz who during an appearance on newsmax. Show cortez and pellegrino. Which i'm just learning exists Matt gaetz said. He believed that the f. b. might have had a role in organizing and participating in the attack on and had written a letter to fbi director christopher wray to demand answers he says the fbi clearly doesn't have objections to selective releases of video and images from these days but it begs the question. Why is there not more transparency. What did the fbi know. And when did they know it which is just you just. Every stupid person just puts that at the end of their questions to sound smart and historic or whatever and matt gaetz is the one who goes on. I believe he did this on twitter where he is like well. You know the fbi. They infiltrated groups. Like for instance in In the civil rights movement Which is totally true. He doesn't give a damn about it but it's true and it's like is there anything worse than weaponising historical information to push something that while theoretically possible like the fbi being involved in that he has no reason actually believe. Why does matt gaetz have questions. Because he watched tucker carlson. I guarantee there is literally nothing beyond that. But but it's enough that you now have another congress person that's pushing for this and we have a third marjorie. Green says we need names. An answer is about the fbi operatives who were involved organizing and carrying out. She's not saying we need to know if they were she's sitting. We know which ones did because they did. And she says that there was a backup plan to stop trump in russia collusion witch-hunt which is grammatically fun. Now we are finding out. They were deeply involved in january. So it's been. I don't even think it's been three days tucker. Carlson said is it possible. They were involved. Now she's saying they were deeply involved so by by sunday. What will be left of any of this. Yeah so john first of all. They're the deep state if they're going to get involved it's going to be deeply that's true Second of all you mispronounced. Margarine taylor Green and And and thirdly now going to why they're going to this issue back to why they're going to this in the first place look so the. Fbi has this has two elements to it that are going to relate to the story one is do. They have a history of spying on protesters absolutely. We will set it during the civil rights here. They were horrible. And when they were led by j edgar hoover they weren't trying to ferret out crime they were just trying to Basically suppressing oppress anyone that wasn't white right-wingers and that's just that's not hyperbole. That's a fact it. If you don't know that you don't know anything about american. History and fred hampton murdered and we can go on right. nowadays is more of a machine that doesn't mean that oh great. There's they're bidden. Don't do anything wrong. They after nine. Eleven day mesquite. Muslims it were perfectly innocent etcetera etcetera but lately the fbi. He's actually caught a bunch of white supremacist terrorists. And i've given them credit on the show a number of times for that. Hey look they stopped the bombing. They had the truck full of bombs. They were going to go there and they were going to blow up. Blow up a building in the middle of the country and fbi stopped that. So thank you. We don't want buildings blown up right and they've stopped muslim terrorists to but lately unfortunately there's been way more white supremacists terrorists now all of a sudden. Fbi guy becomes enemy when they're spying in on black people they're awesome and wonderful and blue lives matter and cops and law enforcement and law and order they stopped white supremacists literal terrorists right. I'm not even talking about january six. I'm talking about old otherwise premises. Oh they were about to bomb a synagogue. They were about to bomb a building they thought had immigrants senate etc right I don't know about this. Fbi okay it looks a little like deep state to me right now. The second part of it is i. Hope to god the death be i had informants inside oath keepers and proud boys. If you're not infiltrating those groups that are constantly saying online we wanna do violence not everybody in those groups says it but a lot of them say it and their leaders say it and they and they revel in it in order to get into proud boys you have to go through violent initiation etc. But that's the least of it and so now there's three dozen people who were arrested involved in january six with involved in those groups etc so if the fbi is doing their job they're not infiltrating random right wing groups. I would hate that no matter how much i disagree with the would not want the fbi infiltrating anything like that right but if there is specific actionable intelligence that they could prove to court to get a warrant or whatever else they need that. Somebody's going to commit violence. That is exactly what the fbi supposed to investigate. And and so. That's why spiracy theory. You only need one two things to go to seem like they're going in your direction so tigers actually being kind of smart about this. He says it's the fbi later. We'll find out the fbi informants inside keepers oath keepers potentially one of the most violent groups in america. And so once you find out that the f. b. had an informant inside oath keepers it. What's tucker going to come out. And say i told you when that was not what he claims. That is not what at all what he claimed right. But he's going to say an every knucklehead right-wingers gonna be like Fbi has informants some form informants will though then they should have informants inviolate groups right but that doesn't mean they planned the capital riot. That doesn't make any sense. But every conspiracy theories will not only heal i. It's this is a write it down in stone. You'll see this all over social media the minute. There's any story about an fbi informant every right-winger social media but like.

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"w t. gop" Discussed on Radio Boston

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03:01 min | 1 year ago

"w t. gop" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Moving forward after the twenty twenty election loss. You mentioned of course the white house but also here massachusetts. What's his approach to sort of energizing that base of republican voters here in massachusetts. Well you know chairman. Lions is unapologetic about his embrace of former president trump. And by the way jamie. I reached out to him yesterday because i wanted to talk about all of this brouhaha within the party. He didn't get back to me but What his approach now. Since the twenty twenty election laws his position is that trump said essentially energizes republican voters. Here's what he told me last january. I am very optimistic that President trump has brought a groundswell of people who were uninvolved to get involved. So i'm very you know. I'm i'm kinda like newt gingrich. I'm a happy warrior. So there you can hear it you know. His approaches to basically double down is support of donald trump. and and and. That's really the kind of republican vision that he represents the state right now. Now we've touched on this a little bit but the sort of strained relationship with governor baker as i mentioned the most one of the most popular governors in the country. But sort of at loggerheads with lions in these efforts to really oust baker from the party's leadership. Why what's the thinking here. Why isn't the party sort of leaning on baker. as as i don't know a power welker i mean i think a lot of people in the party are i mean. What's interesting about baker is that he's figured out how to run and govern an estate in which republicans are heavily. Outnumbered by democrats. You know in baker has done such a good job threading the needle that he's actually more popular with democrats than he is with members of his own party that said a number of moderate republicans also support them and for good reason. You know he knows how to win. He raises a ton of money. So here's jane swift She's the former governor of massachusetts. She told me earlier this year that she does jamie. She asked the same question. You're asking she doesn't understand why. Republicans like lions and his backers are not embracing baker. They should be coordinating charlie baker. They should send him flowers. They should how we likes his coffee and make sure that they and deliver it to him. So jamie swift said shocking. That a party. That is almost irrelevant. This is these are her words as an asset like charlie baker would be almost at war with the most important attribute. They have anthony thirty seconds here because we do have a hard clock. Where do you see this version of the gop massachusetts gop going. Well it's clearly you know the current course of the state. Gop recipe for success as one republican said to me We're fighting an uphill battle as it is now. The party represents less than ten percent of the electorate at strapped for cash. It's at war with its popular governor. It doesn't seem like this is a way forward and to grow the party. Well we'll see also if the governor chooses to run for another term that is w our senior political reporter anthony brooks. Anthony is always great to talk to you. Thank you so much my pleasure jamie thank you..

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