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Andrew McCabe Wins Full Pension, Despite Misleading FBI Investigation About Clinton Emails
"All right let me dig into this movie script thing because I find it fascinating And here's why I'm talking about it now Article in the Washington examiner today Former FBI official Andrew mccabe wins a full pension Back in his wrongful termination lawsuit settlement Andrew mccabe was one of the central key figures in both the spying operation on Donald Trump and the failed fake investigation into Hillary Clinton and her emails Andrew mccabe was terminated by Jeff Sessions this week before weeks before retirement Folks again Andrew mccabe again is a deep deep embedded like a tick member of the elitist D.C. swamp So Andrew mccabe is a member Jim of the protected class producer Jim He is a member of the protected class He does not live in the America you do So Andrew mccabe gets fired and rightfully so because he is knee deep embedded like a tick and the skin of the spygate scandal So he gets a lawyer and now incredibly he managed to get his job back So according to Byron New York what I saw on Twitter Andrew mccabe is now they expunge any record of him being fired Listen to this folks you want to get pissed off He got $200 in back pen 200 excuse me $200,000 I wish it was $200 $200,000 in back pension payments He got 500,000 in legal fees He got an honorary pair of FBI cufflinks This is not a joke This is not the Bible on B he got a retirement plaque and his records were now erased Despite Andrew mccabe being investigated by the inspector general for knowing and intention knowingly and intentionally I'm quoting the report They're misleading FBI investigators about his role in the Hillary Clinton email
Loudoun County Father Arrested at School Board Meeting After Daughter Allegedly Raped in School Bathroom
"For years, we have been warning about how the trans lobby is going to be endangering young women because they're going to allow young men that have mental problems who think they are women. Allowed into locker rooms. And we have been pushing back against this. Rather, I don't want to say unsuccessfully. There's been some wins and some losses, but the ACLU and all these major organizations, they are pathologically focused on trying to destroy regular gender norms and reinforce gender dysphoria. Now gender dysphoria used to be something that was talked about and was accepted as a real thing, and now we have decided to reorganize society completely and to play into a very serious mental condition that people should get treatment for. They should get counseling for. And so, in loudon county, you might remember this father that went to the school Scott Smith, who was arrested for disorderly conduct for trying to speak out at the school board meeting and then the national school board association calls him a domestic terrorist now why was he there? I want every father listening to this to know this story. Well, he was there because on May 28th, a boy who pretends to be a girl allegedly wearing a skirt, entered a girl's bathroom nearby stone bridge high school and sexually assaulted his 9 9th grade daughter. This is according to daily wire and Washington examiner. The family's attorney said, quote, a boy was charged with two counts of forcible sodomy. And one count and this is very graphic. So if you want to just talk about poppies and rainbows, go find another network. One count of anal sodomy, and one count of forcible fellatio, related to an incident that day at the school. The sheriff's office confirmed, via a public records request that this was a real charge, mapping, matching the date and location of smith's rape. His 9th grade daughter gets raped in a bathroom by a man wearing a skirt, who thinks he's a woman. Spare me the we need more Caitlyn jenners in the Republican
How the NSBA and FBI Are Exploiting Scott Smith's Arrest
"I want to tell you a little bit about this gentleman I mean they almost took a shirt off while other apprehending him they arrested him I'm sad to say And I think in the Washington examiner Beckett Adams did a very good job of summing it up He wrote Scott Smith was arrested on June 22 At a school board meeting loudon county Virginia there was deemed an unlawful assembly After attendees voiced opposition to a proposed policy expanding special protections to transgender students Smith was dragged from the event in handcuffs his pants falling down his lip bleeding He was charged later with heartily conduct and resisting arrest Smith's arrest soon became a national story The small business owner became an avatar and avatar of anti school board protests representing the unruly and ignorant anti mask anti critical race theory in anti transgender parents and their crusade against the progressive Put upon school officials But few knew until now is that Smith attended the June 22 hearing to confront school board member over his daughter's alleged rape In a school bathroom by a gender fluid boy As I understand it this took place in a high school stone ridge high school Which is where my kids went to high school The details apparently don't matter to the national school board association In a letter to The White House this month that actually highlighted smith's arrest is an example why federal law enforcement agencies need to investigate and prosecute parents who oppose mask mandates and the teaching of critical race theory
Child Actors Used for Kamala Harris' Bizarre Space Video
"I didn't see this story until this morning. And I found it during my before show show prep, which involves talking to Duane. And at that point, I just couldn't believe it. First of all, you got to know. You got to remember the cringe inducing video that vice president Kamala Harris for at least last week with the kids visiting her at the vice president's mansion. So let's play a couple of those clips. Cut number 7, Kamala Harris at the what is the naval observatory in the old days? It's now the vice president residents talking with 6 kids on the porch cut number 7. Do you have a link? Welcome. Thank you. The residents of the vice president. Here we are. Check it out. Okay, so it's kind of cringe inducing. And you think it sort of like a knockoff of the veep series starring Julia Louise Dreyfus. It got worse, by the way, second clip clip number 8. One of the things I most excited about. But the other, you guys are gonna see, you're gonna literally see the craters on the moon with your own eyes. When your own eyes are telling you, it is gonna be unbelievable. So that's one of the things we can do here too, which makes it. So that's okay. The beep doing deep things. From the Washington examiner. The first installment of vice president Kamala Harris's YouTube original space series featured child actors who addition for their roles in the project. Trevor Bernardino a 13 year old actor from Carmel California and one of the 5 teenagers featured in the video was asked to submit a monologue discussing something he was passionate about, and three questions for a world leader. According to an interview with KSW TV, Trevor, then interviewed with the production director. And then after that, like a week later, my agent called me and said, hey, Trevor, you booked it. Trevor said he didn't learn until much later he'd be meeting with the Kamala Harris, who was appointed to lead the national space council earlier this year.
Thousands of Lawful US Residents Left in Afghanistan
"Cards are available and there are thirteen to fourteen million of them in the united states. For any number of reasons you can be the family member of an american citizen. You can be a religious worker. You can be an afghan who worked for the united states anytime for at least a year on the international security assistance mission for a year. You have gotten your green card that way you can mean. International broadcasting can be a member of an international organization. We don't know who those thousands of green card members are but david drucker. It made it to your paper. The washington examiner yesterday. The big story of the lincoln hearing was the green card number thousands of waffle. Us resonance left in afghanistan. Were you surprised by that. No not necessarily. I mean i think the larger issue here or you know the issue here he is. Does the administration know exactly. How many are there. They are is it. Thousands and thousands is it the low thousands The issue is one. We left them there but second do know who they are. David i have to disagree with you after three weeks. Four weeks of hearing about one hundred americans then bahir blankets at well. We have thousands of green card holders. Hey they're americans. They have legal permanent residents here. Like duane said next door neighbors a bread. Who married in american adam. The engineer chief engineer here his mom's canadian. Pr lp are everywhere. I mean they just left him right. And i think that's i think that's the larger issue but i also think it's important that the administration either knows who they left. Were doesn't know who they're left in. Are they being candid. Especially in these hearings earrings with what they know in decisions. They made in one of the things. I would like to see out of the senate today that i didn't really see out of the house yesterday as some really incisive pointed questionings with let's grandstand in so the administration either starts to talk about decisions. Made and what. The situation on the ground is more just simply reveals that it was as haphazard inside as it looked on the outside and they don't really know what's going on but i think it's important for the american public to understand that i definitely important for congress understand that to put the proper amount of pressure on the administration and at least be able to talk about this in a real way.
Biden Turns From Afghanistan to Domestic Agenda
"I am joined by byron york at the washington examiner and fox news. Good morning byron. How are you good morning you doing. Well thanks The lead story for me today has also the lead story in the wall street journal. The headline is biden seeks to shift focus to domestic issues after afghanistan. Exit white house plans to spend september pushing for passage of the president's agenda as he faces falling poll numbers. I personally believe that. Most americans know about the thousands of american citizens l. p. r.'s and sib holders abandoning afghanistan that they don't quite know the details but they're intently concerned with it and that it's an iceberg issue that the president is mishandling by treating it as something that will be forgotten. David drucker disagrees with me. Brian rosen wall. Very much disagrees with me. That americans are paying attention. What does byron york thing. Well i think that american's feelings about us citizens being left behind ghanistan. I think those feelings are essentially folded in to the poll. Numbers that you're seeing Biden's approval rating for his handling the situation afghanistan which are in the twenties. I mean those are nixon and watergate. Poll numbers So i do think that americans are aware of that now. A couple of things about biden changing the subject. Of course he wants to change the subject answer as well A lot of the pr. The question is what will allow the press. Go along with it if you look at politico's playbook this morning and we just tiny tiny little mention of afghanistan Much more on the biden Agenda on the other hand i was. I didn't hear the first half hour of your program Did you read. Senator blumenthal's tweets. Today did not. I tweeted the story out that he is outraged. He's a democrat but go ahead and tell people about it. Well Senator blumenthal Yesterday afternoon Posted a threat on twitter. My staff and i have worked night and day to secure the safe passage of two planes waiting in mazari sharif to take american citizens at risk afghan allies and their families to safety. My office join forces in this humanitarian mission with an incredible coalition of advocates ngos former servicemen and journalists to try to evacuate our fellow citizens in afghan allies by the way ngos former service members and journalists. Anybody missing from that list. Department and pentagon. Yeah exactly so anyway. He goes on And so this is as you point out a democratic senator which may be necessary to give this issue enough credibility for some members of the press to pay attention
Cory Mills Evacuated Afghan Family, Biden Admin Wants All the Credit
"Don't know if you heard this story. He was largely responsible for getting this. These four Americans, his mother and her three Children out of Afghanistan. So Corey males must have been genuinely stunned when he read this story in the Washington Examiner and elsewhere this weekend. About how the US evacuated four Americans overland to a third country. Corey is probably like they did. Your emails like they didn't have anything to do with this. How disgusting of an administration do you have to be? Think about this for a second try to process it. To not only abandoned our people behind the Americans. But when you abandon our people and people like Cory males, former military guy heroically tries to save these people does everything he can to do it. He then gets these four people out of the country. The State Department blocks him. How do you think it makes Corey Meal Mills feel when he reads in the newspaper and other news outlets. That the United States evacuated from for bitch totally made up. Here. Fox News. State Department trying to steal credit for rescue of four Americans from Afghanistan organizer says it's a total lie. The statement of woman's name was Miriam and her family. Hear from the Fox news piece. Peter Hassan Houston Keen The State Department's public posture about Merriam's rescues, quote absolute nonsense core emails told Fox. The fact that they're spitting this trying to take 100% credit when they didn't track this family when they placated this family when the mother who was under extreme stress and extreme pressure, reached out to the State Department multiple times and got no help. Let me say that again and got no help. And the Biden administration. He's
Is Racism in America Causing the High Rate of Black Fatherlessness?
"The moment that we all of a sudden de-emphasized fathers being in the home and subsidized fatherless-ness. We saw all these other trends increase so in the one thousand nine right before the civil rights act passed about twenty four percent of black children. Were born without a father. Now it's upwards of seventy percent you guys can look at the washington examiner. It's seventy seven percent. Let's say it's sixty five percent so something has to explain that forty point increase back yet. Just let me finish yet. And and it's not necessarily that. America got more racist. It could be the cocaine thing which you know is a common issue. It could be operations of all these things. But a forty point increase. I would point to a culture. Fatherless-ness really bad government run public schools and then subsidizing behavior. That isn't good so there are a few things that i can agree with you. On first of all having to people in your house to raise you pretty essential You absolutely this is undeniable While i don't believe in shaming single parents even if they're single parent did mrs bad decision making. It's still good you need. It's up in this economy one parent honestly but with that being said there has been research shown that the rate of black fatherless-ness is somewhat over exaggerated in large part because that number only applies to married fathers so husbands raising their children. It turns out when you account for unmarried. Black couples taking care of their kids. The numbers actually rise to those just think just below white couples. I think there was an article on that. I don't know if i remember sought advice but attracts back. Some really big study. That was done back in two thousand sixteen So that's one point but you are right. There are perverse incentives for example Many welfare Stipulations cut off With a shared income which is only a few thousand dollars per year higher than the necessary. Cutoff for the single income. Meaning that if you're a single mom You can apply for the welfare just fine but then if you get married or otherwise file jointly you get you go above the cap for welfare. This is a horribly program undeniably ended incentivizes bad destructive
Biden Administration Naive to Depend on Taliban
"Our first guest. This hour live in. The beltway is byron. York of the washington examiner. You see on fox news. Good morning byron. Good morning hugh. What's your assessment. Well it's it's the end that we should have seen coming for the last couple of weeks. If it was it was really going to happen. And i also think that as you listened to Secretary of state blinken speak over the last couple of weeks. It was also clear that they were never going to get every single american out of afghantistan. Who wanted to get out of afghanistan. There were some tiny number. Didn't but anyway it was pretty clear. Plus the the thing that was really clear was that the entire operation was dependent on the goodwill of the taliban and last night at nine o'clock ned price. The state department spokesman tweeted quote. The taliban needs to meet its commitments and obligations in afghanistan on freedom of travel respecting basic rights to the people of holding its commitments on counterterrorism. Not carrying out reprisal violence against those whose date and forming an inclusive government. Which is kind of an allison wonderland Sort of position of the state department. But here we are
Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin Accused of 'Running PR for the Taliban'
"How much of a frenzy is the mainstream media in over this disaster in afghanistan which means a disaster for the by administration now. The washington post has a columnist named jennifer rubin. And i'm not kidding you. She is a singularly spectacularly unpleasant individual if you want some late night enjoyment if you're ever bored and you're you're surfing the internet. Look up the tucker carlson jennifer rubin exchange tucker wright a couple of years ago oh it was brutal it was brutal. She is described as a con of. I guess a former conservative writer but as yuri from our team points out her wikipedia page describes her as a self proclaimed lifelong cuomo democrat. I hate to break it to you if you're a lifelong cuomo democrat. You're no conservative. She's never been a conservative. She's not a but listen to what she's doing now on the pages of the washington post. According to fox news dot com washington post columnist jennifer. Rubin is facing intense backlash over a tweet that appears to promote the taliban. Now she is one of biden's biggest media cheerleaders this conservative however a tweet. She sent out tuesday suggests. She's gone beyond echoing talking points from the white house. She tweeted taliban is asking not telling. We are quote. We are asking the americans. Please change your policy and don't encourage afghans to leave. This lunatic is literally praising the taliban this nut. I mean critics of course immediately pounds. The washington examiner is chief. Congressional correspondent wrote. Are you serious. Gop strategist mike. Whitlam matlock shot back asking at gunpoint. It's one thing to show for the biden ministration. It's another to show for the taliban as they hurt their own people. The podcast comfortably smug accused jen. Ruben of running calm for the taliban while former trump white house aide bed williamson similarly knocked the columnist for running. Pr for the terror group. But this is how nuts the the media doesn't know whether to scratch their watch or wind there but right now when it comes to joe biden and this administration. It's a nightmare
Biden Admin Doesn't Know the Number of Stranded Americans in Afghanistan
"Breaking news the washington post this morning as director william burns met with the The senior leader of the taliban yesterday in kabul william burns went over. There secretly held the meeting face to face with abdul. Ghani bara dr It's the highest face to face encounter between the taliban in the bite administration boras also man who met with Titrate state mike pompeo last year. I'm joined by byron. York of the washington examiner byron does that maybe give us the clues to why the administration is being so secretive as to what is going on and the timeline in kabul hallel byron. You might be on go ahead. you're on now okay. It could but it underscores the perhaps the ugliest fact of this entire affair which is that. The united states is dependent on the good graces of the taliban. It sounds insane to say that but we are dependent on the good graces of the taliban to get americans out american citizens american Not forces and those Afghans who aided the american military effort. So the the fact that you know. We're having meetings with the taliban. In which in this case i think has to be done. Underscores the dependence position that the president has put us in here now bar. Dr of course does not control al qaeda or isis or any of the other splinter groups. That are there. It is unclear to me whether or not we actually have operational security guarantees from the taliban. But the thing that i'm certain about we don't know how many americans are there and i doubt that the united states government does but do you think they have at least a minimum number. They might release to us byron. Well i was relieved to find out yesterday that there are not stranded not stranded because the white house told me that But i think it's an well. Let's say this if the if the us government knows how many americans are there and he's not saying I don't know the explanation for that. But i'm taking them at their word that they literally do not know how many americans are in afghanistan
Biden Has No Plan for Afghanistan Disaster
"Joined now by david. Drucker of the washington examiner david. The president expected to address the august thirty first deadline. Got any reporting on that. I don't have any reporting on that. But i've seen the president say already more than once believed that we're going to stay until we get every american out i think the white house Just putting aside the president for a minute can't seem to get. Its message straight because one minute. They're saying one thing the next minute they're saying another it's made this thing very hard For the us government to project command and control. I think that biden's biggest misstep here. Aside from the obvious initial policy disaster is that wants. This whole thing. Went south with the president to do is to speak plainly about the problems. You don't even have to admit mistakes. It gets very political. You just have to say yes is a problem and you need to project man in and that has been the biggest deficiency we also are unable to obtain a minimum number. I've heard jake sullivan. Jen psaki john. Kirby ned price all explain why. We don't know how many americans are in afghanistan multiple times. The question though is what's the minimum number of people that we know are there. Has anyone offered up any answer on the minimum number david drucker. Not that i've seen and and i think this is a case again. It comes back to. And i sound like a broken record here. Command and control understanding the scope of the problem. Leaving at least that you understand what it takes to solve the problem and that the president well he started to speak more often about this and attempt to project some semantic control. He still has people around him. That sometimes don't say what he says. That are still period. They're trying to sort of Smooth this over for him. And i think they've just got to get better and saying yeah. This is the problem. This is what we know. This is what we don't know better trying to find out and then you get to a place where they have command of all the facts and they present a plan that even if it gets criticized is at least plan The people can wrap their arms around for dealing with the problem.
Could the Afghan War Have Been Prevented?
"Bowl duck is with us. Uh, Tori Richards Over at the Washington Examiner had a great interview with the Brigadier General, Sir. Welcome to the program. Thank you for being with us. She did 10 tours of duty in Afghanistan after 9 11, sir. I did from 2000 and 1 2013 10 tours and I lost 72 service members. I did not bring home So, uh, I have an idea what sacrifice was and you know the successes. And sad to see what we've done there, and I characterize it like you, sir, is an unmitigated disaster. Unparalleled political and military history to receive five bronze stars two Purple hearts Before retiring in 2017. You're running for the Senate in New Hampshire. It's an honor to meet you, General. I read your comments. I'll let you in your own words. You've described it. Similarly, as I have as an Adam shift show. Um, and that the and, you know, tell me if I'm wrong in my assessment that right now where we are today, I don't see any military option because we know what the Taliban will do with 15,000. According to Joe Americans, behind enemy lines or around 15,000. Well, yes, there's only one thing to do, and unfortunately, it's a U turn. I agree with your assessment on President Trump's plan. Um I also know that seven years ago, the Obama administration have and if I'm correct, the vice president was part of that made a terrible decision to change our strategy. From a counterinsurgency strategy. Bottom up that was being very successful and we did have a mark on the wall of 2016, where we would be completely done with the transition of that program and the Taliban and Al Qaeda we believe would have been successfully defeated. So when he says he never heard of a plan or sorrow plant he's absolutely wrong because as vice president last administration him Susan Rice, the president, the National Security Council The chairman of the Joint Chiefs, staff secretary defense and all the leadership in Afghanistan knew this to be true. And when we told him it was a bad idea to
The Worst Speech of Biden's Presidency
"Welcome back america. I'm you david. Drucker joins me from the washington. Examiner david maybe the worst presidential speeches in a crisis ever david axelrod said we needed bay of pigs. We didn't get it. There was a whisper of a threat against the taliban. Have you found. Let me say it's easy to find an avalanche of criticism even from his traditional. Did anyone think it was a good speech. Anybody at all david. You might be on mute trucker there. Yeah you'd you're there now. Did anybody think it was a good speech. Well david you're breaking up again. It's a cell phone. Let's let's hang up and try again. And i really do want to hear from drucker if i've missed any. I want to be fair to the president as he has been unfair to millions of people in afghanistan. I don't wanna present one side. Is he presented one side. I wanna give someone a chance. I just can't find it. Nobody except members of his staff are defending the speech truckers. Back with try again david. Is anyone defending that speech. Well his as you noted members of staff or defending the speech there are democratic activists and analysts out there depending speech But i think by and large he had to audiences here we had a domestic audience and he had an overseas audience adversaries and allies alike and i think it misses the mark in in in regard to explaining his broader strategy and making clear that whatever the images people were seeing on tv This wasn't Indicative of of us policy but the challenge for the president is even had he done that. There is damage done because of the images that people have seen images to his own foreign policy agenda because presumably. He wants to play hard ball with certain actors out there. They're going to look at what happened and say or else. What and that's a problem. He is going to have to deal with
Joe Biden Slammed for Defending Reckless Withdrawal From Afghanistan
"The european nations are starting to condemn the united states over the afghan collapse here at home. Look at these. Headlines got a stack of headlines over the daily wire. Senator rick scott. Republican from florida tweeted inflation is raging the debt ceiling expired. Us debt is headed to forty five trillion. Coppell is falling to the taliban encounters of the board at the biden border crisis. Just hit a twenty year. High democrats control the house senate and white house. What in the world is joe biden doing after the disastrous events in afghanistan. Senator rick asked we must confront a serious question is joe biden capable of discharging the duties of his office or has the time come to exercise the provisions of the twenty fifth amendment other headlines biden's approval rating has taken another hit now a two to one wrong direction. Trajectory the lakers latest rasmusen report survey forty five percent of likely voters. Approve of the job. Biden is doing fifty four percent disapprove. How about the washington. Examiner headline biden's cowardly afghanistan speech after blaming everyone but himself for twenty minutes biden stopped reading from the teleprompter turned and left the room without taking any questions from the assembled reporters the white house then announced biden was returning to his vacation at camp david conn carroll over at the washington examiner observes considering how terrible the speech was. At least he won't be missed. Who cares if he's on vacation better to be on vacation. Maybe i don't know. I don't know what was worse him being a no show for four or five days or giving that disastrous speech yesterday
Democrats Panic As Hispanic Voters Leave the Party
"Democrats panic asian voters. Leave the party. What are the trends that we are seeing. And why does it matter. Why is it so important okay. So you've got newt. Gingrich trending on twitter. Because he's he's spouting off about replacement ideology which is sprint. Conspiracy theorist for for far right trolls on the internet. No actually democrats admitted that they are pro demographic replacement. Why does any of this surprise us when we have things like. Crt raging throughout our institutions especially our schools that are essentially anti white racialist marxism. Why should be. Why should we be surprised that there's such a strong anti white sentiment within the democrat community. That they are cheering and they have been for years by the way. We're just sort of finally. it's week we call it the great awakening of america to the weakness so we are becoming awake to the wo- kness so we're not not replacement some fringe thing. I mean they're just really proud about it but this is the great irony of it now. I am very anti illegal immigration. I'm actually very in favor of decreasing legal immigration. I think one point two million legals is far too much. So let's take that down by like half if not three chords. I'm not even kidding. I think they're good immigrants. And then there are not so good immigrants and i think illegal immigration is an absolute travesty. Nevertheless sweet irony of all of this and we saw this recently with the cuban crisis that has erupted that the democrats are very happy to take future democrat. Voters or who they think are going to be democrat voters from the northern triangle nicaragua salvador honduras guatemala for mexico. They're very happy to take those immigrants and they're very happy to basically make claims that the border is totally under control. But it's not because actually they're playing along gay. They call that replacement theory or ideology. It's total garbage. It's actually just calling a spate of spayed. We know what they're up to. We know what it is and yet look at these headlights. Is there from today. Folks biden tries to stem the alarming flow of minority voters away from democrats ahead of midterm elections. That's from the washington examiner. Pj media democrats panic as latinos and asian voters. Leave the party. How about the atlantic voters who could turn california read the state. Gop comeback runs through latino communities.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's Mask Gaffe Spotlights Gray Areas of Mandate
"How about the mayor washington. Dc bush's epecial work. Muriel bowser she. Of course is one of the mega locked down. Mayors one of the blue bloods one of the the blue cities district of columbia mayor. And of course as we've seen over and over again the left is real big into rules for the not for me. Bowser was spotted mask lists indoors less than twenty four hours after she ordered everyone to were mask for everyone over two years old. Regardless of vaccination status bows office told fox news the wedding ceremony. She officiated saturday night. Apparently without a mask was outdoors on a rooftop and she wore a mask indoors. In compliance with the mandate the washington examiner however took a photo of her sitting indoors without a mask on and the photographer reported she was not actively eating or drinking when the photo was taken everybody it seems is revolting against mashed mandates even the people implementing them even even the politicians implementing the mash mandates. Aren't following them.
Newsom Now "Owns" Homelessness, Crime, for Better or Worse
"America's best dressed columnist. He was very sporty when i met him at. Cpac it's david. Drucker of the washington examiner. How are you david. Thank your great. How are you. i'm doing great. I hear you are writing about gavin. Newsom our governor hairstyle and they might be in trouble. What's up with that. Well we'll see in the end. I know democrats were a little concerned and a lot has to do with a turn out in the way This thing shaping up is that you know any republicans with a pulse is gonna show up and the question is will democratic voters show up now and again not not so much because they decided they don't like newson therefore they won't show up but it's a special election they probably don't think you can lose. They're not as galvanized or enthusiastic To going mid-september timber in an off year where republicans are in the meantime. Newsroom is navigating all sorts of political pressure Tolbert is still a problem. He's a disaster on covert he. He's he's trying to enforce masks on everybody but his pals the teachers not them then he and by the way the reason i sorta cove and getting different problem is the people. I talked to said. Kobe is it really necessary. Lee his problem. You know the fact that it hasn't gone away from what they told me is really popping off the charts the homelessness issue and decrying issue and absolutely he wide their statewide problems that are registering with win. Vote
"washington examiner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Some breaking news. Lamentably Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away at the age of 87 years old. And I want to just ask everybody who's calling and I don't want to take calls on her passing. I don't want to get political about this. This will obviously become Not her passing. But the vacancy on the court will become part of the political fodder as we move forward, and I know that it's going to become part of the campaign. Lamentably people are going to frame this and say Biden has to win because now Trump has an open seat. And they're going to politicize that. And that is the nature of politics. But today we will have respect for her family, and we're going to refrain from any calls like that. So I thank you for that, but we still have all of the stuff on the table again. That number is 8773813811, but I want to put a pin. In this topic of Puerto Rico, but from the other side with respect to statehood, and I'm just going to read an op ed that I read and I was really taken by because I thought somebody inside the Beltway but actually sees things like the rest of the people that are outside the And headline Washington Examiner. Republicans are getting it wrong on Puerto Rico again. With respect to statehood. There's a growing refrain among Republicans warning against statehood for Puerto Rico and for Washington, DC admission into the union. Guarantees more Democrats in Congress. That's the argument. Statehood for Puerto Rico, however, does not have nearly the same partisan prospects. A statehood for Washington. Conflation of the two is a political miscalculation. It's true. But if the capital ever became a state Unlikely in the near term as it would require a constitutional amendment. It would result in the election of two new Democratic senators. And a corresponding number of Liberal House members of Congress. However, despite the assumption of many Republicans, this would not be true for Puerto Rico. A brief study of the history of the territory reveals its makeup to be far more purple than blue. This misconception is common among some Republicans. Any sites, a couple of Republicans That recently lumped Washington, D C and Puerto Rico together, saying that if both are granted statehood Republicans will never be in the majority. This is a senator Jim Risch. Biden and the Democrats. Would be opening the door for statehood. Leading to new members of Congress that would vote with the Democrats. And that's the argument that we continue to hear. Now the article goes on. I'm just going to skip around a little bit because it's just a lot, but it's important and it's a good point. Polling and the party affiliation of elected officials in Puerto Rico contradict this misconception. And instead show evidence of Republican popularity. In 2016, while only 4.1% of Washington, D C voters went for President Trump. Republican Jennifer Gonzalez was She won election as Puerto Rico's resident commissioner, the non voting House member And further polling indicates that Puerto Rican voters tend to lean more conservative on social and economic issues. I'm living proof of that. I'm not one of these guys that was a Democrat my whole life and walked away and did something different and exit at the party, which is nothing wrong with it. I'm just saying, I've always been so conservative that just happened always naturally gravitated. For me. It made sense. Trump can upend the status quo by recognizing Taiwan and current international organizations to skip over that part, the point that he's making here Is to me the linchpin here. A survey of Puerto Ricans residing in Florida found that although most of the residents We're registered as Democrats they overwhelmingly identified as conservative rather than liberal, 48 to 17%. These voters strongly supports statehood. And would report reward Republican politicians who backed that effort. The study also found 77% of them would support statehood. If Congress offered. There was additional surveys in 2019 and 2017. That is a lot of support for this as well. And there's also a Gallup poll. That indicates again the same. Plus there's a couple of referendums, so the final paragraphs really wanted to give you. The Republican Party has made the mistake of discussing statehood for Washington, D C and Puerto Rico in the same breath totally agree because One of them is in the Constitution and the other one isn't One was designed to always be a territory. It's literally apples and oranges. But the history The demographics. The polling data demonstrate that Puerto Rico's ideological and electoral future will be far different from that of the nation's capital. I couldn't agree more If admitted there's a good chance that Puerto Rico And the resident commission in the Senate majority leader and the speaker would all be leading candidates and about the Senate majority leader and speaker of the House in Puerto Rico being leading candidates to represent the state of Puerto Rico in the U. S. Senate. As Republicans. The party that champion statehood for this territory will be rewarded at the ballot box. That bribe is an accurate one. But I don't think that's the reason to do it. I think this is one of those situations where we look at right being right. For the sake of being right? Not right being right because It would be wrong to do it the other way. Meaning we don't do things for political expediency. Sometimes you have to do what's right even if it goes against you winning politically because it's right, and that's just what I wanted to put out there. I strongly believe That The right direction for Puerto Rico is statehood. It would help Puerto Rico. It would help The whole United States because tohave Puerto Rico is an outlier. As close as they are. Is a problem on many fronts, and with the investment that's going on in the amount of infrastructure spending this happening, we wanna have a more formal relationship, not a less formal relationship. That being said..
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"Washington Examiner, is salina zito dot com to reach Selina's columns altogether. And other column she writes from New York Post and CNN. We are now in coal country. This is Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio into Kentucky. Cole has lost its attractiveness to the smart set in Washington and across the world. Cole is no longer desirable. It doesn't represent the future. It's not green. Well, Selina's spent time with the Department of Energy secretary, A man by the name roulette, Dan Roulette. He's from Louisiana Cajun country. With a wonderful French name probably derives his forefathers from the evacuation of Canada back in the French and Indian wars. I'm guessing in any event, but he's now in charge of all energy as the Trump administration is I was especially smiling. When I read about how the energy secretary came from launching the Lordstown, Ohio plant. We talked about it most recently that's to produce electric vehicles. To coal country to talk about the many possibilities of coal into the future. What I take from your excellent interview, Selina is that Denver? Let does not think Cole's going away going away, he thinks is going to adapt. How so? What did you learn from him? It was a really fascinating first of all this coal mine is the largest In the country. It's massive, and it's astounding the efficiency that it run run that runs along with it. This is West West Finley, Pennsylvania. The cold? Yes. Yes. And what was equally fascinating is they've been working with this high tech company and the scientist, um, to develop cold, not burn. But to be used as a zoo building material. Um ah, because it's a mineral and they showed us jacking and structures to build to build homes for foundations for home building. And there's no burning of the coal and all the cold minded used Teo to build these homes and the Jackson grows. And it was a fascinating really interesting. Um Ah, demonstration, and it's just on the very beginning of of being developed. So you know, Cole looks to have a second life and what that screen The coal mine, the largest called what it's the largest six. It's a huge plant, right? We're talking about my enormous right and it's entirely mechanized. As far as I can tell robots dual, almost all the work except for their work crews to direct the robots. I'm fascinated the fact that it's still developing a technology because to read the headlines in Washington, the last coal mine has been Has been nailed shut closed. 400 men and women that work in the coal mine that day when we were there presses operation and, uh and what they're developing for the future is, I think incredibly intriguing, right? I will no longer assume that Cole has gone away. I will say that it's adapting a cz. We all must in the time of climate change now. General. It is also the energy secretary for all the energy that would be western Pennsylvania, right? She's sort of the Prince of Western Pennsylvania. He's in charge of everything you have fracking. You have oil you have coal. You're very rich. Clear. Yes. You have nuclear a very rich And does he observe dizzy observed the prosperity of western Pennsylvania. Does he talk about it? Yes, Absolutely. He talks about how it has changed. Not just, um um, is bringing back and then factory jobs, but this is also brought high tech jobs. Geologists and chemist and and computer scientists. But it's also you know, increase jobs with Um, and it counts around there. The barber shops, supermarkets, hotels of the schools. It's increased the tax base decrease the cost of a home and that makes AH community more prosperous. The nuclear energy doesn't get much attention in the national scheme. As I understand it, it's not considered green. But then again, it's not a fossil fuel. What's his secretary brah let make of its present and future. Well, he sees nuclear energy and nuclear power plants as being almost these miniature one, as opposed to these big, massive one. Three mile island status. Lee Ah ah, located in Pennsylvania, and so you could conjure up that image, but he's he imagines nuclear the much more scaled down but still completely operational. Um, news to support our grid in our infrastructure and renewables of famously solar and wind. What did you make of those prospects on and their immediate future Because there's all this Big talk about how it can replace fossil fuel. It can never replace fossil field, but he that the president says all the above and what the president says all the above and that's what we do. And and so, um, you know, Thea ministrations is fully supportive of all of energy. It strikes me is deeply ironic that he went from Lordstown to West Finley. Well, it went from the future of vehicles that can produce magic, really, with what was 600 horsepower per wheel and back to a cold mind that represents a Pennsylvania's passed he and and one How far is that from Lordstown? Western Ley? Is that a couple hours drive or less than that? It's like 60 to 70 miles. It's really not that far. What all it's a time machine. Now it's a it's a time machine. It's what it is. It's the coal mine to the electric vehicle in Lordstown, Ohio, Selena Zito She travels the middle of somewhere from prosperity to Carlisle to West Finley. She writes that the Washington Examiner, it's Selena Zito dot com to reader columns, especially of the wonderful town of prosperity. I'm John Bachelor. This is the John Baxter Show. It's a it's a time machine. Get some news. Try Dynamite Burger at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's a juicy burger with jalapeno bumpers, Bully ranch paper, Jake cheese and bacon. So come.
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"The Washington examiner senior political correspondent David Drucker about Joe Biden super Tuesday come back he's winning big in antenatal him to climb into this race from the delegates standpoint and then we really have a whole new ballgame and it all started with South Carolina right not before because as you've been reporting as others have been reporting the words like dead dead in the water and take your pick of what was being said about Joe Biden it was not viewed as a healthy campaign at all it wasn't just that he was losing his losing forward when it wasn't looking good what happened in South Carolina if not just the one getting trounced in what he showed was the Bernie Sanders still has a huge problem with a key democratic constituency and that is African American voters Joe Biden has been able to turn this around because you're shown where Bernie Sanders weaknesses shown workers potential strength is now you have a Joe Biden looking very good with suburban voters that is where he is supposed to be strong Bernie Sanders is looking more like a weaker front runner but we shouldn't pre judge this how big of a help is this for him to get more money because he's been lacking in that Bernie Sanders is obviously been throwing up a lot of money and Joe Biden is had to really fight to get the dollars well that's where the winning just looks like you've got a long way to go I have that check mark next year name that helps you with money you saw it just one big victory for Joe Biden's nearly helped change the nature of this campaign for him yet some of his best fundraising days in the entire race after South Carolina and the nature in which he's winning with these big margins are going to help him the people that want to support ever on the fence I'm gonna start flowing his way and he might convince other voters who were wondering about his electability which was supposed to be his strength they're going to start the thing okay the guy definitely is the most electable candidates we have a long way to go nobody one South Carolina except Joe Biden and his team so we have to give them full credit there but what is your reporting telling you about maybe what Barack Obama did after that silently not publicly as far as reaching out to some of the other candidates that were running against biking to urge them to drop out and get behind him and Barack Obama also telling some of his contacts yes I'm now behind Joe Biden I think that the Democratic Party for those who worry that Bernie Sanders is first of all not necessarily a mainstream Democrats and not necessarily the most electable candidates go up against president trump I think what they were all saying was if we're going to put our best foot forward Joe Biden's performance in South Carolina has given us an excuse to do so and so now is the time to act and I think that all of the Democrats are looking for a way to get in the way of Bernie Sanders Sohn opportunity it was a brief opportunity and we've seen a lot of action and that's not something we saw with Republicans in twenty sixteen although it was a different race because trump was scoring a broad cross section of Republican voters in a way that Bernie Sanders wasn't and I think Bernie Sanders weakness as much as Joe Biden sudden strength in South Carolina yes you why this looks so different and why we saw such a rush of democratic leaders behind Jones lives they didn't seem boaters writ large rushing to get behind Bernie and so it looked okay for them to get behind by me trying to block him without having to worry about the ripple that's Washington examiner senior political correspondent David Drucker talking about Joe Biden super Tuesday come back with Mitchell.
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"Everything I ran into this article The Washington Washington examiner earlier this month since people are just talking about Medicare for all for the record talk to a doctor about how they like Medicare and then talk to somebody who's on Medicare and all of the complaints that they had my grandpa and my grandma have can slow grandpa's passed now but when he had cancer Medicare was consistently denying him his medication consistently my grandma is dealing with health issues now consistently denied her medication by Medicare is a routine fight that they have to go through nearly every single month to get it yeah that sounds wonderful so this is the article the Washington examiner from Sally pipes while Americans pine for Medicare for all Canadians look for a U. S. style private insurance now what the candidates on the democratic side of things have not told you over the past several years that Canada is trying to dismantle their universal health care press plants because it doesn't work and it's too expensive in Canada has almost no population big country very few people about fifty six percent of people in the United States favor Medicare for all according to polling from the Kaiser family foundation which is usually by okay there's pulls a dispute that but we'll just for the sake of argument we will go with the Kaiser family foundation who pushed obamacare and now he's a bombing here that's an increase of three percentage points from last November that majority would be wise to take a look across our northern border which by the way the Canadian system is what is often touted by people like Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren others waits for care in Canada's government run health insurance system the closest analogue to Medicare for all in the world are spiraling the remedy for those weights according to a new report from the Vancouver based Fraser institute is a dose of US style private insurance the something else that wasn't covered by leftist in the United States that several doctors in Canada and England separately have been pro testing that's right the protest if you know why they're protesting they're not getting compensated for their services through the government adequately so many of them are taking losses on a lot of procedures and the other thing is is that they are not given because of the territories and how that's all structure they are not given enough time with patients so they are able to provide good healthcare right now Canada is the only high income country with universal health coverage that bans its citizens from purchasing private insurance for anything deemed medically necessary and again broken arms are not medically necessary that woman had to pay out of pocket for the broken arm because it's not medically necessary right Medicare for all would make the U. S. the second I income country to do the same thing supporters of the ban claim that it preserves equitable access to care wealthy Canadians can't use private insurance to pay for faster access to care the everybody's care gets throttled regardless of means but as a result everybody must wait their turn for care paid for by the public system which of course doesn't pay for everything last year Canadian space the median weight of nearly twenty one weeks three Seve specialist treatment on average receive special treatment of any kind of the way twenty one weeks twenty one weeks think about that after they got referred to from a general practitioner so you have to go into your general practitioner get a referral and then after that process is twenty one weeks on average for you to wait just to see somebody certain procedures come with longer waits end to end patience waited a median of thirty nine weeks for orthopedic surgery in twenty nineteen.
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"Go if you don't mind turning cats ninety three W. IBC good morning I get it the pacer's haven't won a game yet they will I am in no way freaking out not panicking now this you use just go to games and have a whole bunch of fun the ISIS story the people who were saying that you know if you take too much of a of a victory lap in the death of Baghdadi well your gestures inspiring more people isis supporters issue to find statements after US commando operation results in their leader's death this from the Washington examiner this is their statement about Daddy although influentials but one person the term caliphate that ISIS promotes is not a temporary idea whereby one person dies the whole term or ideology ends what the impure crusaders do not understand with regard to the Muslims create especially that of jihadi fighters is that jihad is an entirely not founded on men but on creed the Islamic state shall remain in some destroyed the lives of the infidels and punish the apostates so for those people like a older Bhama officials and others really god trump was he's inspiring more violence you can't inspire more violence to people who are ideologically driven who believe that you are an infidel and need to submit or die they believe the before they believe that after they believe the daring they believe it acts do you now understand what you're up against so stop with the political garbage nonsense that somehow we're inspiring more violence you can't inspire more violence than they already want to commit the only thing you can do is kill the enemy or be killed and that's why we don't allow children like those who exist in the Obama administration anywhere near power because they don't know how to fight I'm Tony Katz universal windows direct and may they're going.
"washington examiner" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Because we just read the news eight minutes thirty you call the mark Levin show now seven seven three eight one three eight one one there are wonderful Muslims in this country Americans the media won't give the time of day luxury gesture many others wonderful patriots faithful to the religion but they've gone through a reformation period like all of us have all of our religions one not nine sentry throwbacks and they get no time on any of the cable channels that I can see instead to leave in more what's been now for days and totally once a boycott of bill Maher show no no fan of bill Maher why would you boycott a show you the watcher you don't know what she wants to destroy anyone and anything she disagrees with member impeach him have her trump not boycott and divest and sanction Israel and while we're at it let's destroy the bill Marcia she is a real so this is from the Washington examiner democratic representative Rashida to leap suggested people should boycott bill Maher's HBO show day after the comedian criticized Democrats in favor boycotting Israel those are you the boycott divestment and sanctions movement which seeks to penalize Israel not penalize Israel destroy Israel's economy is a B. S. purity test by people want to peer woke but actually slept through history class the course is right then of course is right has anybody else mention to you the ties today I have mentioned it to you many years and many times in the past as anybody else mention to you today the ties with the grand mufti in the nineteen forties with Hitler the great Palestinian mucky muck of Jerusalem anybody else mention that Intel leave in many ways talk just like and I said I believe at the end of the first hour and I meant do you think for a second that Hamas in the Palestinian authority wouldn't join with the Hitler like person today if they could to destroy the Jews and destroy the state of Israel you know they work you know they would that puts it in stark contrast Israel so the Democrats are taking trump the Democrats are attacking Netanyahu the same is called the Netanyahu a racist I despise that half wit old red from Brooklyn who moved into a tiny state of Vermont became mayor Burlington now is a United States senator he's a real POS he really is in my view absolutely yes he hates America that's why he hates Israel but what I don't I don't know who to Morocco yes you do you jackass that's why our democratic socialist A. K. A. you're more Marxist we all know it you know what honey he says to his new bride you know what let's have a honeymoon where would you like to have a let's see Bermuda Hawaii where where Miami no which Moscow remember no Moscow's under the Soviet regime we have a Cold War going on but the more he's a good Julie says I'm a good Jew well this is one the Soviets we're punishing the Jews in the Soviet Union a good rule he's a four he's a he's a fraud it's a fraud terms of supporting this country he really is you know demand.
"washington examiner" Discussed on KCRW
"At the washington examiner on the left lane olen columnist at the washington post and kelly gough columnist at the daily beast is also with us both debates this week started with conversations about the economy and variations on the economy's really good right now so how do you convince people big changes are needed here's what elizabeth warren had to say about that on wednesday so i think that this way who is economy really working for it's doing great for thinner infinity slice at the top issue and great giant drug companies this is not doing great for people who are trying to get a prescription filled it's doing great for people who want to invest in private prisons just not fifty african americans latin necks whose families were torn apart whose lives are destroyed and whose communities are ruined it's doing great for giant oil companies that want to drill everywhere just not for the rest of us who are watching climate change bear down upon us when you've got government when you've got an economy that does great for those with money and isn't doing great for everyone else that has corruption pure and simple we need to call it out we need to attack it head on so when i listened to that i really wonder if it washes and here's why gallup finds that seventy one percent of americans say it's a good time to find a high quality job that's the highest percentage saying that since they started asking the question in two thousand three only fourteen percent of americans name of problem related to the economy as the biggest problem facing america which is close to the lowest level on that question in two decades so i don't know that i by elizabeth warren premise that it's only people at the top who feel like this economy is doing well now i think when you look at the survey data americans by larger satisfied with the economy i don't know that it's going to work to tell them actually the economy's bad objectively speaking the democrats have a bit of a problem here there's no question the economy is better than it's been at any since the great recession i think anybody who says otherwise is somewhat diluted at this point on the other hand there's also question that income inequality and stagnation still seem to be an incredible issue and that the rising cost of things like healthcare education and housing or an incredible issue in people's lives the issue becomes how do you express that and say these are the things that are economically destroying you with still within this economy that is actually working in a better way that it has in a long time and i think this is where all of the democrats are stumbling a bit because it is a very hard line to tout i i actually think that this is a was also winning moment for kamla harris though and the debate because i actually thought she did a pretty good job explaining it in a fairly sitting fashion which is the economy's working great for some people but can we actually say it's working great for someone who's having to work one two or three jobs to keep a roof over their head it's not in the data the number of americans working more than one job is no but can't tell you josh the reason i think that actually might possibly work for her is specifically thinking some of the gingy and millennial gig economy people i actually thought that that's what she was targeting is trying to go for some of those sanders voters who are part of the gig economy and who may not be happy with how they've done with their student loan debt that's what was my read of that tim and i've got some more numbers here so if you look at wages increase about seven percent in the u._s. and strength took office but almost all of that is what is what the bureau of labor statistics call production and non-supervisory workers and eleven percent increase in less than three years that's amazing and that's because we've had sustained unemployment of below four percent and even a slight uptick over the last three years in workforce participation things are amazing but you know what the slack in the economy has been has taken up and so now you have this bidding war for workers that's good news for anybody wants to go out and get a job and so that's this just does not look like what warren and kamla are describing yes there's a a there deeper problems in there and over the last six years it's really been bad for the working class guy but over the last three it's kind of been swing up and the public perception as josh was pointing out earlier is great so i just don't understand why democrats think this is a winning argument it's factually false and it appears falls to the electorate but hey tell you something i it's not that which things wrong because you're actually quoting facts i actually think that they're trying to make a more nuanced argument which may not be popular outside of the democratic party but i think it could work with again some of the bernie voters which is there bernie voters who have college degrees in student loan debt and they're not happy with their lives they're just not that that is while the articles about what's wrong with the millennial generation or written it's not because everyone's completely fail flailing but you do have certain people who have a job but they're living with the parents and they're not happy about that so the argument that i think the warren's and the harrises and the standards of the world are really making to them is that you've been shortchanged you may not be unemployed you may have a job but this was not the american dream that you or your parents saw for yourself i i really think those are the voters are going forward not the people who were completely unemployed facing homelessness i just don't think that's representative of the public and in particular i think the concerns of young people especially with postgraduate degrees who aren't finding the jobs that they wanted to find who are heavily laden with student loan debt and the people with the largest student loan balances are almost always people with postgraduate degrees those people are real lot of them are in a much worse financial position than they would like to be but it's just not very much of the public and so i think again you see that you also making in the way but it's not even that much of the primary electorate i mean that's a group that skews younger most americans don't have a coast graduate degree all and that's why i keep saying i think she's trying i think they're trying to tip away some of the sanders voters who are very motivated because that's probably a large part of his demographic yeah i was going to say i mean i think this is why healthcare and student loans have become such a great part of the of the discussion because in fact these are the two places where people are most likely to run into financial trouble student loans we know across the board no matter what your income level pretty much if you have them you will have less in the way of retirement savings you are less likely to own a house if you're female you're less likely to be married if you want to start a business entrepreneurship has been impacted by them there's no question this is a huge issue in the economy and it's why it keeps coming up the same is true for healthcare and this is where you hear appeals for medicare for all in various other plans to reign in pharma prices right we know that healthcare health insurance costs have been going up at fairly dramatic rates in part that's because of stuff trump has done to the but regardless it's real we know that people are increasingly have four figured.
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"Seven. Yes. There it is from the Washington Examiner. This is what we're dealing with nearly three fourths of Democrats. Don't know what Medicare for all actually is. All right. Let's all right. Good night. We're going home drive safely. We told you can we go on vacation? Now, what did we say that? We don't do a talk show anymore because the gives you can't do it talk show. You really can't argue with the other side, because they don't know anything of what's going on. We could be a by right now of borstal open till two AM in our in our. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. And if we parts of New York state where I'm from they're open till four AM. I, I heard that about bars now worse than clubs here in Texas at one time that stayed up until four, but they, they have to start a stop, serving at two AM, but they stay up and so the band plays till four. I don't know why. Have a point bar. Serve drinks. Sorry we can't do this today. We talked alcohol on yesterday. The band starts to suck really badly like three. Nearly three out of every four Democrats believe a Medicare for all program includes an option for people to keep their private insurance, if they like it if you by the way. I'm sorry. Do you ever learn if you if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor, if you like your plan, you can keep your plan having heard that before have we anyone on Medicare.
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"This from the Washington Examiner. Ready? Pete Buddha, judges brother-in-law breathable is accusing the gay democratic presidential hopeful of hijacking his family's history for political advantage by crafting, a bogus backstory, poverty homelessness in homophobia, tummy. Why do people have to run? By claiming victimhood, isn't it amazing? Ryan Glasman thirty four a pastor and small town Michigan said he was inundated by death threats and hate mail. One-storey story surfaces month, claiming he was a bigot who had fallen out with his younger brother Chason when Chason came out of the closet. The reports were based on the Washington compost article which described how chasing twenty nine was forced out of the family home and never reconciled with his two brothers. But rather than rejecting his brother chased him, a would be first gentleman klezmer n-, who has run the Cleo community church for the past two years said his family has been loving and supportive throughout. He said, a mayor from a small city and his husband, a child who grew up with nothing in his parents kick them out, makes a perfect political story for the campaign in an interview with the Washington Examiner to me. That's very sad. If that's all you have to stand on, you're not fit to be president of the United States. Now, the words he's saying, never happened, the great church building stance on the outskirts of Cleo at ten of about twenty six hundred people along a road of sporting goods stores and nondescript restaurant chains inside worshippers greeted by verse from Romans evangelical services are held any traditional prayer space or for more enthusiastic participants in the gym. Thirty seven the mayor south bend, Indiana, since twenty twelve emerged from obscurity to stab himself as a presidential contender with a compelling story, though. Initially light on policies. He's with subject of a string of glowing profiles, several focused on Chason who met the presidential hopeful the dating app hinge in twenty fifteen chasing Buddha has been a homeless community college student, and a Starbucks barrister. They washed post stated now he could be first gentlemen. But it's reference to Glasmann opposition to gay marriage based. He says on a biblical interpretation. What's the institution means misrepresented complicated family relationships? He said, what particularly stunt? He added was a line suggesting here is brother, Dustin at a family disowned chased in by saying, no brother of mine visibly. Pained Glasmann said, do I love him. Absolutely my brother. You can't change that just because we have a disagreement doesn't change that. So you see, ladies and gentlemen, he's accusing. Mayor Pete, Pete Buddha. Being a liar. Liar about his past the lie about discrimination from the family treatment from the family. But doesn't matter. There's a narrative that's been built around. By the media and they're not going to back off. We've been some people who should know better saying, buddhis- is the future of the democrat party, how so. What the hell the guys done as mayor does. Anybody know raise your hand? Oh, you don't know. What does he done with a relatively small city? Josh? Low Thurs Berg, Pennsylvania ex m satellite. How are you, sir? Good. How are you? Very well. Thank you. It's an honor to be talking to you, Mr. Levin. Well, my pleasures mine. All right. So I'll try and keep it quick here about me. I'm a I've went to four years of undergrad school for psychology degree in bachelor after psychology degree got that degree. And now I'm in just call my mouth degree in clinical mental health counseling, so that I can work with veterans of PTSD, Phil. Oh, you know, I'm sure you know that the mental health field is not exactly a conservative sealed into it with professors before. And so a lot of times, they just kind of disregard anything to say. But professor those actually kind of open extremely liberal. But I'm so when you were talking about Elizabeth Warren and her talking about, like, you know, the African American community is the right to, you know, their children in everything I brought up the argument one time with this professor, that abortion easily affect the F Kennedy American community fifty percent of abortions in America, or unfortunately, I have to go to bottom in the air that's using this was not the topic he was going to discuss wasn't.
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"All right. Let's go. Thing. So I read this article this morning, two Washington Examiner. Tom Rogin wrote it. It's in the show notes. Please check out the show notes today. I have about eight articles up, you can go to Bongino dot com and you go to the podcasts link on the menu, the articles are associated with the show. You can also subscribe to my Email us, then I'll Email you these articles to you. The article is a title in the Washington Examiner day by Tom Rogan. It's really good. The morality of Nathan Robinson's, far left American revolution. What does he talking about? Inside the peace Rogan, writes, that this Harvard character who apparently some kind of a doctoral student. Nathan Robinson wrote this piece, and he says inside the piece that insinuated there's going to be some kind of a bloody revolution. Let me read this, because this speaks to the absurdity Aleph, I'm gonna, I'm gonna Nile late this ridiculous stupid piece in a second. Nathan Robinson demonstrated as much Monday when he optimisically warn that revolution is coming to America. Keep in mind. This is a leftist writing this show, writing in the guardian Robinson explains that America's now imprisoned by Joe quote. Totalitarian class of a few dozen rich white men in the Senate and on the supreme court disenfranchised, the majority of Americans, boo Robinson says these men are destined for destruction how histories bloody revolution. Histories, bloody revolution. Show us what happens when this gap becomes too large, and the government entirely ceases to affectively represent the govern- Robinson excitedly continues conservatives will continue to push unpopular policies on an unwilling United States, but it's unclear how long people will accept having decisions made for them by a few dozen rich white, man. Okay. There's retake aways Bolshevik from Nathan Robinson's, complete of certainty in the guardian. All right. Number one, ladies and gentlemen, it case you missed the memo conservatism and principled Republican ideas are on principle. Republicans who are going to be the ones that aligned with conservatism aligned with traditional.
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"At the Washington Examiner has the naked truth on the former VP he's here later in the hour. In the hopes of improving medical outcomes, the industry is turning to an array of new technologies against one of the biggest and most human challenges in treating disease, and it's getting people to take their medicine in a consistent way. For example, when the food and Drug administration approved in late twenty seventeen schizophrenia pill that sends a signal to a patient's doctor when ingested it was seen not only as a major step forward for the disease. But as a new frontier of internet connected medicine, it also raised privacy questions or from Christopher Rowland business of healthcare reporter at the Washington Post, Chris outta that pill work so this digital pill emits a signal when you take it. And it's kind of the cutting edge of which call digital therapies has got approval by the FDA in two thousand seventeen but it raises the number of concern, particularly because their first location of this pill is in the anti-psychotic. Schizophrenia space, which has many some advocates raising concerns many physicians as well who think that it could discourage patients from taking their drug if they think they have sort of paranoid delusions to begin with. So that's sort of one big problem. The other one is cost health insurers are are hesitant about the cost that sixteen hundred fifty dollars a month for daily tablet that they could that is generic. So without the digital component. You can it's very cheap. And it's not clear that it's going to actually work to improve compliance or the, you know, what's otherwise known as, you know, getting people to take their drugs on a daily basis. So raises a lot of red flags boy the concern here too. Especially in that space that you mentioned antipsychotic schizophrenia. When those folks don't take their medicine really dangerous things can happen. Right. And that really illustrates the need for something like this. You know, there's a lot of people don't think this is the real solution. But there's definitely a very. An overwhelming need to try to get people who have these serious mental illnesses to take their medications. They don't like taking the medications, they think it they think it kind of takes their personality away, it makes them gain weight. So they're really, you know, they're unpleasant drugs from a number of standpoint. But it is really one of the only ways to keep, you know, big manic episodes from happening that can have, you know, literally fail consequential, sir. And explain how the pill with the tracker works. I mean, this is obviously okay to ingest how so. So it's just a it's a it's a regular size pill, and you swallow it just as you would any other tablet. It has a a little chip inside of it. That's the size of a grain of sand that has magnesium and copper elements found in everyday food. And when those when this little chip hits your stomach acids. There's a reaction, and it's a missile signal, and that's single can be picked picked up by a bluetooth hatch. That's taped here ribcage. And then that in turn sends the signal to your smartphone. And from there, it goes up to the internet where your physician can monitor and make sure that he took the drug incredible speaking with Chris Roland business of healthcare reporter at the Washington Post where does this go from here? Then. Well, the the so is controversial in this particular patient population. Just because of the issues of, you know, a sensitive population with mental illness, you know, patients who might have, you know, be paranoid to begin with. But there are experiments underway and pilots on other drugs that where you can see they're le- less controversy. So on college e car cardiology drugs on carry cardiovascular health, which where patients, you know, being compliant will help save the lives, but you're not going to be dealing with the same issues of, you know, whether they're they have the capacity to understand what they're doing. And to follow the instructions, right? You wrote to in your pizza executives and analysts say the digital health. Marketplace is a bewildering wild west what else is happening here. Well, so, you know, in general beyond just these sort of newfangled digital pills. There's just a an enormous. Ray of apps, you know, bluetooth devices all kinds of stuff out there. That's being marketed m- most of it without any FDA approval. So if you Google online, for example, you know, glucose monitoring, if you have diabetes, you get bombarded with just, you know, a flood of of Google ads, and you know, you're in your inbox. We'll fill with spam from you know, people peddling a variety of apps that help you monitor your glucose, literally there's like three hundred and fifty thousand apps out there that nobody's really evaluated whether they're effective. And so it's it's very difficult for consumers and patients to navigate the space is difficult at this point perhaps for the FDA to keep up with stuff coming to market. Like didn't like, you know, will this type of thing in some form be widespread? So the FDA tries to keep their hand on the throttle. When it comes to. To devices that have a direct impact on your health. So a lot of glucose monitoring systems, they're not going to be able to, you know, keep track of all that. But if it's a it's a glucose monitoring system that is the tach to, you know, an insulin pump that you strapped to your body than they will step in and they will conduct tests on that. And make sure that it works correctly. But you know, in general, no, the FDA cannot keep up with all this. And there's there's a lot of over the counter, you know, can direct to consumer marketing here that is not monitored. And is it's kind of buyer, beware. This'll be fascinating to watch. Christopher rowland. Business of healthcare. Reporter at the Washington Post thirteen minutes.
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"Institute for advanced studies graduates, no degrees because the learning never stops. From the Washington Examiner, by the way, you know, just the Washington Examiner has become a recent sponsor of the network have a great daily newspaper and a magazine that they are really doing. It's hard to be unique in trust me. It's hard to be unique in particularly with content. Everybody's dealing with the same contents. How you deal with that content that the determines whether you stand out whether you're unique print I mean, it's it's really tough differentiated now with the drive bys it's not it's a little easier because the drive bys do not. Do any stories favorable to Republicans are conservative that is not an exaggeration. In fact, the new rule in drive by media story. That is bad for Republicans bad for conservative here reported you reported with glee you keep reporting it. Yep. Pound people with it. If you have a story of it's bad for the left. If you have a story that's bad for the Democrats. You don't report that you report the rights reaction to it. And you use terms like Republicans seize on or Republicans pound. But if there is a story that's bad for the west. They never report that they report on the Republican reaction to it and rip Republicans to pieces for the wave react to a story that's bad for the left. So in trying to come up with unique content. It's it's it's not hard for conservative publications because the drive bys ignore all of it other than to criticize it, but they really have at the examiner. They've got Byron York is over. They've got some great people that make it stand out. And they have uncovered something that was redacted in the Muller report. Special counsel. Robert Muller's report mentions a claim that.
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"Ride through america's enduring history with the gun and we're talking about his the cover story at washington examiner magazine although the place where we can find usually find your by line of course at the federalist where you're a senior editor but but it's a great article the examiner i'm gonna close things out here with one more question and then i hope i'm not dragging you into unwanted territory but as we need to make the case for these american systems of government and these basic constructs that right and left have sort of accepted over over the years and now we see them under assault because of this new orientation of the left i would like to have more allies in that fight and you've mentioned that you weren't a supporter of donald trump and his presidency for various reasons but you you've now reached the point where you evaluate that the presidency you know is is is worth accepting and embracing in many cases we've got some really leading intellectual lights in the camp of never trump still i we could use their voices defending america right now but their opposition to trump just like the left his sort of box them into a place where they can't even oppose the left as robustly as they normally would because their main enemy is trump i guess what i'm saying is what can we do to get never trump back into the fray here because we could use them we could use their arguments they're smart guys i guess it depends who you're talking about i definitely won't get into names but i think some people i don't consider myself a supporter or antagonist of trump i consider myself a person who cares about certain policies and whoever helps me move forward on those things i sorta support them that's a pragmatic conservative i would say that's a pragmatic conservative who cares about these issues and that's what you focus on regardless of the politician right so i would hope that that's the argument you make to never-trumper and i think many of them have have changed the way they look at the world and look at trump some i think are just just hate him in often think he's so terrible for discourse and other reasons that there's really no turning back there and i'm not sure it's even worth spending time trying to convince them to come back i think you just need to find new allies frankly interesting all right well that's probably wise way to go about it and i'm still i'm a pollyanna i want everyone to get along right exactly does get along david her side you thank you for joining us and thank you for writing this article it's one of those things that i read twice because there's so much in it and it really makes you think and evaluate where we are so thank you for having me that's david harsanyi a regular guest here and i'm always happy when this is two weeks in a row now we're regular guest on this program wrote the cover story in the washington examiner magazine last week it was andrew mccarthy this were david her sunny and it's really good thoughtful stuff and by full disclosure by the way i am a columnist over at washington examiner as well so they're doing some pretty good things i'd say ed rodriguez is also doing some good things.
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"David Washington Examiner doing great work because I loved waking up to this story. This morning actually looked at it last night before I turned in overnight those who did not see this. They're waking up to the news that Alexandria, Cossio Cortez campaign manager pretty much was running a slush fund. This is the woman who proclaimed that she was going to get rid of dark money. She would never accept Pac money when she was back when she was a candidate. Now, we come to find out it is far worse than that. What can you tell us? Well hard enough before. And did a really good job with the story. And it sounds like her on now chief of staff, I think that's who it is. Yes. Chief of staff. I think he's. Political on the door. And he's got a couple of businesses McHugh used. Rules. But you know, there are different ways of looking at this on one hand. Following the stewardess views on so-called dark money. Take any legal fundraise, and it's fine. Some people have just us on that including on the right? But you know, the the other aspect of this is is he was an entrepreneur and he had a couple of businesses and he's trying to make a living. And you know, you wonder if that flies in the face of her approach to how the economy should run. Himself as a socialist and not of capitalist in. So there are two ways of looking. Yeah. Yeah. It's more than just the the spirit of her claim that she, you know, about dark money, and so on and so forth, isn't she violating or he violating federal election law. That's what that's where we are. I the FCC has been asked to look into this and investigate. Bye. Bye. A watchdog organization how how much trouble could she or they being over this? Usually you don't get into too much trouble for violations there. You know, you got a slap on the wrist. You gotta pay something like that. I think this is more about the fact that she's so outspoken particularly on this issue, and whether or not that that hurts our especially with Democrats that are center left. She is and she's come after a lot of them telling them that they've been totally company liner, she's gonna try and find a challenge for them. And got me give him in addition to tell her, you know, knock it off or at least reduce any potential political pressure on them if she targets then I find it really interesting 'cause you're right, obviously, when you're talking about normally, it's just a hand slap and a fine that sort of thing for our campaign finance violations such as this. But yet when the president is accused of campaign finance violations, such as paying stormy Daniels money it's grounds for impeachment. So just a little bit of the the double standard there. Let me ask you this David this. Huge as well today. Mitch McConnell apparently is going to suggest to the president that he take a different approach here and pull back his declaration of a national emergency. Because it looks as though he's not going to have enough GOP votes. Forget about the Democrats enough votes to get this. In the Senate. In other words, the Senate is going to pass a blockade resolution to block the emergency declaration. He's going to have to veto that if he wants to advance do you think that the president will be deterred by this? How do you think it's going gonna play out? Unclear. Mitch McConnell has a good relationship with the president over the past year half, the very least, and he has been successful at times and steering the president away from what he believes her politically perilous from a policy perspective. Hairless physicians to take this was always going to end up this way, this resolution of disapproval interest reporting on this about a month or so ago, and I was kicked off by a Republican Senator who told me that this was probably coming in the president probably wouldn't have enough Republican votes to kill the resolution, disapproval and the way the rules work for people that don't understand Mitch McConnell does not have the option of not putting it on the floor as he does with regular legislation where he can say sorry. We don't believe in this president opposes this. We're not putting it on the floor to put this on the floor. Under the law. And so I think that he's trying to avoid a situation where it appears as though the Republican controlled Senate is at odds with President Trump. This is something that you McConnell has worked hard to avoid. Or lease the last year and a half after the healthcare repeal effort imploded, and there was a major deterrent. Senate Republicans and the president that McConnell engineer, and I just don't think he likes the optics of it. And also put some of his numbers in a physician Caskey really tough votes that he you know, he may want them to. None of us lives inside the head of the president David, but at least until the morning tweet storms starts, and then we'll inside. But, but what do you think he would do if if if this does go forth and the president says, no, I'm keeping this Willie slap a veto on it and really go to war with his own party. Well, I mean, I don't mean I don't know that it would be a war with his own party was except for thirteen Republicans. He had every Republican in the house, and I don't think he'd lose half the Republican conference. I just think you lose enough we probably about none of them. I think the president isn't position working happy because he's made such a big deal. And I.
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"K f s HD two Milford. Nine forty nine seven hundred wwl w Mike and Saturday midday. Talking about toxic masculinity. The war on white men. The only group left in this country. Who it's okay to trash bash and say anything you want about column terrorist. You know, just whatever you want come on in and the Washington Examiner posed this question, what would happen if white men went on strike now. I take that back. The question was what if men went on strike, it really wouldn't be a pretty picture. Should we go on strike, and I am saying that tongue in cheek but not just me? But so many people I've talked to of of my gender men are sick of it. They're sick and tired of it. Hey, let's go back to the phones. And because I'm fair, I'm going to go to the one that spent holding the longest and that would be Jack in Hamill. Bama, jack. How you doing? Jack. Yes, sir. Hey, what you got for me? Back in the eighties. There was a TV Anka incorporated with Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen both both dangerous liberals. Yeah. I I didn't see the show. The premise of the story was that in divorce. She got the paper and you had to work. Okay. So in this episode. She had to fire somebody for budget cuts pride a black, man. Okay. As the owner. She got sued. He got his job back tried to fire a white woman. Dreaded firewall man now, white one one a woman. The warrior command setting rob said, but you don't understand. It's white men only. And how long ago was this? Just. You know? I mean, that's really what we need to hear. It's just nonsense really started in the eighties. That's one at I kind of kicked off. And I don't know Jack. I appreciate that comment. And I appreciate your point of view. Yeah. Yeah. That's pretty much when it started late seventies early eighties. I mean, you watch these dumps sitcoms. The stupid person is always the man the commercials watch one the other day that they used as an example where these four men are. They're out on the road in car, and it just made a point it broke down there bumbling and fumbling in the car went over the cliff. Guess what it was a commercial for the first? And I think they're still in existence totally female held in female owned insurance company. So, of course, let's bash men. Let's make men look stupid. I don't get it. Well, I do get it. But I am getting tired of it. Let me go to Matt in Westchester, Matt. What you got for me? Hey, how you doing this morning? Good. Hey, I just wanted to bring up the point of the pink tack that has been going on for many many years ago. Yeah, they just passed it in Ohio. Talking about the fact that all women's products, including razors are more expensive than men. Oh, no. I was talking about feminine hygiene products. Now, they made some concession. But did they? Yeah. So the women's razors the pink ones. They get at the store or more expensive than men's. Yeah. Yep. What do you think is the deal there? You know, women are normally the ones that go and buy the products at the grocery store for families. And I think their marketing was that they would market these products for the women in the women were always going to when it came to the they would buy something nice for themselves. But when it came to their the man that they would typically find what was cheaper. They get the generic Kroger brand or something. We had to stay competitive. All right. I appreciate that. That's a good thing. To know. I did not know that if you look at the things, you know, the men's razors, the disposable ones and the women's they look like, they're exactly the same thing. But he says that the women's are a little bit more expensive. Hey, let me talk to Randy in Cincinnati. Good morning, Randi. Good morning, Mike. How you doing? I'm good. I'm good. I'd like to pick out a point out a little bit of a Huck, pock, rec- and your state. Okay. You rant and rave about the lectures from the left a, man. Difference between a Republican grant, which you do so much about anything that the liberal does. Yeah. Liberal lecture. Well, I'm writing they're wrong. There you go. Iran. He thank you. Let me go to Frida Frieda. What you got for me? Rain. Just fine. Like pointing out that the thing that gets me is why are these men shaving their heads? Salvat? Arrested there in Wisconsin for kidnapping that young girl. He said that he shaved his head. So there is no evidence of DNA. You know, what I I kind of deal in that world of criminal Justice. I have not heard that one. What what do you read into that? I I don't know. Maybe there's a lot of people around here that that.