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understand to get beyond
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due process as a legal theory. What am I talking about? Can you
Explain it for the country does. If you can't we're in trouble, I think I'll ever done doing so,
Fourteenth and fifth amendments protects life or provide that the stake.
that take life, liberty or property without due process of law,
That sounds like a procedural guarantees but and Supreme Court precedent. It has a substantive component
and so the substantive due process clause says that there are some liberties, some rights, that people possess, that this state.
Take away or can't take away without a really good reason. So the right too
birth control, the right to abortion are examples of rights protected by substantive due process. These are usually created rights not found in the document call the constitution is correct, but the Supreme Court has grounded them in the constitution. There are not written there not express socket. So is it fair to say, there's a great debate in the law about how far this should go and what limit should apply if any,
that's fair to say, there is also a lot of debate and Supreme Court. Opinions are not aware of any body proposing to throw it over entirely, but there is certainly a debate about how to define these rights and how far it should go. Well, ass, you say you're in the camp or
He buys in the camp that surplus due process. Is it legal concept is unbounded. It basically makes the constitution no more certain than the five people interpreting at any given time in the country. Whatever rights they thank, you have you get whatever rights they want to take away from you. They can.
Pretty nebulous legal concepts.
this sort of my view of an amount imposing lobby
his own yours, but then there's
they called precedent. Let's say
case decided under substance due process it all
concept was cut
the two, surely an era had, as President play so
Sudan is the principle that cases that have been decided by the court before this one lands on the dock, at our presumption,
controlling and so in a press
It comes from a concept called Starry Decisive, which has a short hand for a longer latin phrase. That means stand by the thing decided and do not disturb the com, so pressing,
is a principle that you're not gonna, overruled something without good reason or boil up the law without justification for doing so, so you could say I'll be underlying analysis. It led. The
TK's, just case eggs.
reject that analysis, but I will now apply precedent.
To whether or not it should be reversed. Is that what you're telling us that is as president and what are the factors were to judge look at in terms of overruling Gee? I wonder what their rights are. The noblest sacks just pay tax and some unknown case has nothing to do with abortion. You also, you could say,
structurally this case should not constitutionally. It was wrongly decided that that doesn't in the debates that current now that some we're not gonna we're not going to dwell on the questions from the majority, because I think we all know that it's not gonna be tough questions. I really want to hear Feinstein. I wanna hear the the left and the attack they're gonna take.
Their yesterday I listening to it. It seemed as if the Democrats had just given up
guy they. They didn't, have the big trick up their sleeves. They didn't have some incredible new line of questioning. It was just basically hey. We have
this time in the spotlight. Let's use it to make generic collection points you, I think, that's what they're doing, but there also undermining the confidence in the Supreme Court there there.
They were trying to make the case yesterday that,
This is packing the court.
Its revised so stuff. That's not what it means. It's not what it means at all, but by changing the balance of the court, this is packing. The court
so they are. They are setting up all of the legal arguments on why you shouldn't believe the Supreme Court. The way it is that way. If this goes through, this next election happens to go to the Supreme Court, they will be able to have the argument that you can't believe it because she's on it they ve packed.
Court if they win
It gives them the reason to say we now have to reverse this by adding members to the court.
it is the Democrats are engaged in the greatest subversion of the american constitution. I have ever seen a it is
stunning to me that there
actually getting away with all of this or are they
Take a look at take a look at some of the Poles today. I can't wait to hear stews opinion on it and
the poles or out
but then there's cultural things that tell us
it doesn't make sense they would never in history. These two things would never sit side by side. Things could be different in this time. They do we'll talk about that
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I thought one of those stars yesterday in the opening statements was a guy who didn't views his time to score political points instead used it to teach, I thought
really the Senate and those who might be watching the don't understand the constitution too
teach us about civics and how the law works and what the branches do. Who Ben SAS was that monies joining us now, Senator how're, you, sir?
can do a great deal and thankfully invite your your great yesterday, and I appreciate you coming out of the the hearing to be able to talk to us in and tell us what you feel is going on
We believe that Europe has a good you used it, but I'll cod
to having to get out of a hearing that Europe
I am actually looted by talking to you right now. Just bear it is a myth
using what she's doing now is the time
you're lying under the second rate, hang on senators ass, we are breaking up, horribly antonov,
Get nearer window. Those descended building as that's good. That's
so another year. Ok, that's clear! Ok, all right! So you were saying, judge a bear. It is amazing.
She is, she is explaining the constitution to people she's, explaining what judges do so much of these confirmation hearings have been
have become made for tv. None more people are trying to get out the bow to score political points or more people into character. Thats mention what we should
be doing is explaining why judges were observed opposed to red blue partisan jerseys. Why they don't stand for election wide.
have lifetime tenure in constitutional system, where you're,
must be accountable to the people is pretty weird to have people in an important job that cannot really be fired, but it's because they're supposed to be a political.
and when we explain that it
You win America and I think that's what judge berets you're right now, but there is a need for small CNN dropped a lot of the coverage yesterday. So you know, half of the country is not getting this civics lesson
and there's an effort not only with the Democrats, but also now with the press, were there too.
To redefine court, packing and they're, saying that by by making the court now
actually changing the structure and your packing the court
yeah, we have a lot of my colleagues that are used in Orwellian well spend now to die.
giving a straight answer on court packing, and there now thing that filling a vacancy
is court backing me. I mean that the difference between filling a vacancy and packing the court is kind of like the difference between running onto a base,
feel Bertha shooting the referee court got back
is one thing, and only one thing that is adding to the court so that you can get the
policy. When you want it's about trying to turn the Supreme Court into a super legislature, that's what court backing it and that's why it's wrong core packing.
It is not just about destroying one branch of government about blowing up a deliberative process of the Senate. It route
who tried to re make the judiciary if they really really terrible idea and
with the american people really have any interest in it. What do you think of
by and his team now
answering the question: if they will pack the court, what is it? What do you think? That means
I think that there are a bunch of people on the left trying to cobble together a coalition of people, some of whom are for the thunder, laughed and low.
the I would be on policy issues but kind of reasonable about, and then there are a bunch of far less awoke,
you don't really believe in the constitutional structure, and I think that the binding team is trying to
figure out how to maintain that big after school
the united, primarily by been frustrated with with Donald
We want a whole bunch issues and Joe Biden doesn't want to speak to these kinds of issues, because he
and to try to maintain a coalition without having to get a lotta, give a lot a clear answer either. The last night said a few
that are a little bit court, that court packing skeptical. What we need him
did you hear him say, is Lydia the constitutional structure and had their desire and changing the size of the court, the composition of that market? Beyond? I have
constitutional amendments to the law.
The number of justices at nine, so we don't have to go through all that, so we we not only have that, but we also have an effort under way from the
really. I think mainly the old Clinton group that
trying to convince states to send other
the gates. If, if the popular vote
goes one way and to get rid of the
Electoral College, you
ok, you're from Nebraska what is
I mean to America
I mean the reason we have. The electoral college is because we are a republic right at Democratic Republic to be sure, but our founders didn't create a pure
democracy, in the sense that every decision should
He lay on fifty one to forty nine bait these and I think that's that's one of the things that so weird about the political attics in our time is that their only about
Ten percent of Americans will pay attention to politics on a daily basis and they think the representative of
a real people and real american expert Elam. Don't actually want to do politics as the centre of their life, their cards,
snap community, their entertainment. Most people want to be in their church
or the synagogue.
maybe in their neighborhood, they want to be in those more business? They want to be coach and literally they want. We balance on the piazza. They know that the most important part the government on a daily basis are the ones that are close to them.
and I think there are a lot of natural, politically addicted people who want to try to remake all of american life as about the immediacy of screaming, and so they don't like institutions like the electoral college,
which mediate small republic are not part of the Likud party. But smaller republican decisions through structures of deliberate, proper.
What does it mean if we have, because the left is crying for a direct democracy? What is and what would that
mean to us well, I'm in
so we should back up and say why do we have limited government? What what does it mean to say that we have limited government? It means that we dont think that power at the centre of life, but we believe that
around thirty million Americans are
created with universal human dignity that created in the image of God, and the most interesting thing about people are not about power. Thereabout love, thereabout,
Frazier thereabout Assembly, thereabout, breakin bread, thereabout plan, catch thereabout,
one meaningful work that benefits your neighbour, the really
important things in life are not primarily about power structure, and so when people want to talk constantly about government, they did confuse the nature of the thought
confused the nature of human community, and they can feel happy and so
There are a lot of politically addicted people have much in their life except obsession over power.
And they want everybody else to participate in their obsession and most people
want that. What they want is the government to maintain a framework roared at liberty, so that you
then pursue of brightness of life in the actual.
But where you live at any rate and kid not one thought but thought political decision making away
What is this election mean?
If we go one way or the other
first of all, a term which election, because I think that we are talking constantly in american public life. For the last three and a half years about the presidency
and the truth of the matter is another president that double job, but I differ on a lot of things,
one of the things we defrauded he actually
the immediate political culture he wants to be on the everybody's tv screen and twitter account social media feed all day every day I dont think most people want that. I think it's really unhelpful. I don't think it's good for my party to tie itself to the poor
local brand of one individual who kind of use wife such reality tv. So when we talk about the election to me, the most important election by far in three weeks,
action for the United States, because it is if the Democrat get to it.
majority and that at which I would define it. Maybe fifty two fifty three fifty four about that they'll end, the fella buster.
Try to fundamentally remake America, they'll, try to add new states will try to pack the Supreme Court DE radically make that remake the nature of a mark
economic system and try to replace it with lots, more socialized government planning. I think that the most important things
can be broken in America would be broken by a Senate that yet to a democratic super majority sides when almost
oh I time this last year and politics campaign,
to try to maintain a republican majority in the Senate, because I think so much of what,
Russia about our framework for ordered liberty could be lost in a majority, and you have said and done a lot of democrats want to back. I would I would agree with you, however I've I also I mean I've changed on no Donald Trump annulled thing
do you have
but I watched his actions and tried to turn up to now the words and
watch his actions, and he has done remarkable things. One of the things I was really worried about is
that he, you know he does like to just take control, he's a ceo of things and if we ever faced a pandemic or a real crisis that he
grab the power rains which he was encouraged to do and didn't do
and now I see who we are facing and how serious they are about the dust
production of America through violent means or or any other means, and I
think this presidential election is. Is
the most important in my lifetime and I've always hated that phrase
do you find validity and that well,
So, first of all to do with you on the heading of the phrase cause this idea that every election as the most important in our lifetime- and I totally understand why there's a lot on the line twenty one days from now. But this idea is all
Eddie, a sign that we ve gone around the bend. That's really unhealthy Galiano, but we want culture to be upstream from politics, and economics should be largely decoupled from object. So virologists due to your point about novel drum, there are places where
I think he's gonna phenomenal job is judicial collection has been a basic Amy. Barrett
For me, right now is a rock star, and this will be. The third person is put on the Supreme Court. We ve got
The appellate judges, two hundred total judges, the pace of judicial,
confirmation of the last three years has been at all times:
a new at this great help. The turkish courts were created. I went on the Judiciary Committee to fight for Gaza that trumps buttoning has done a great job,
that domain, but I think, really
that should be focused on the problems ten years in the future, the long term technology rent for the Chinese Communist Party, hey, I'm machine learning. Quantum rinkitink biotech robotic funny like
The really big issues that we should bring me brain. The american people, Lala or not. Work were not right. Now do grappling with
change nature of work where the average duration at a firm for thirty, five or forty or forty five year old bomber, dad made into put bread on the table that the
regeneration at that firm is getting shorter and shorter. With twenty six years, when I was a kid, the average duration at a job or a company, it's now four point, two years and getting shorter. We need to think about what Jobbery training for those folks were getting disrupted when there so I live. I couldn't do that. Ambition and american public lie a guy. I can agree with you on a per cent. I've been talking about that for ten years and I think Cove id has.
Things much much worse. So I
I just by should ve just ask you point blank, or are you vote
for the republican candidate
I'm not making any headlines about that today, because I think that there's I don't, I don't get any Nebraska
and asking me how they should both in the presidential elections. That's not what they look to me to do. They look to me to explain why I'm Runnin for re election to the United States Senate, and I too
about as you and I have here, the future of war with the Communist Party, the future of work on the first amendment, which is being tragically lost and the
crazy, not enough that we see happening on the campus. That's people are redefining speech, they don't like as violence.
That's why Amy bear. It is fighting cortisol beneath the court, but I think we're.
do you think our public conversation every four years just to one vote for president is that that drip drip drip
of political immediacy, displacing the larger conversations we should be having an american public life ends ass. I have appreciated your work on the civic conversation and your lesson on civics yesterday, thanks for ducking up for us today, pressure mother,
welcome to the programme.
He's making interesting choices. This close to the election at his own election is one day on his election heavily favoured to win in Nebraska and look I like him. I just
agree with him on things, but I like him,
yeah. I'm offend again theses directing, I think the the conversation
forget? Who you have offered? No one cares what anyone else who who cares? What someone acetone? Who cares within a vote? For I honestly never never care about what someone else is going to do with their vote, but I will say that they descended is crucial here.
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This is why I am not aware of cases presenting exact things is judged. Baroness, ask you, for your view, fine fine Steen is now. I know that the materials questioning really there hasn't been anything controversial. Just where we can assume stuff, I have to say,
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bear it for the Supreme Court, the
Democrats don't seem to really have even a direction here other than trying, I think, to make us lose faith in the Supreme Court, which I mean
really who had a lot of faith in matter anyway, there now changing the meaning of cord packing saying that if you are taking the political people out of the Supreme Court, that's akin to court packing
about that's akin to following the constitution. Cord packing is entirely different. We're gonna get a run down on exactly what happened yesterday what's happening today. What we should expect from carry sever Reno she's, the president of judicial crisis, network she's joining us next Green book programme.
ok, so here's the thing about you know some of the things that I forecast.
They almost always come true. I always,
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worse, I told you back,
in twenty? What was a two thousand and seven or eight that there would be.
people in the streets that would be. You know, calling to be had people take people out of their chairs in their offices and just beat them
death in the streets where
starting to see this we're on the brink of civil war? I think I fear I pray that were not
but the one thing America's always head going for it is its stable and the
least stable and peaceful transfer of power.
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Jerry summary knows whether sees the president of judicial prices network, and I want to get her opinion on. What's happened so far, and where we're headed on the bare confirmation hearing I carry. How are you
good idea, then very good, solid
yesterday, the strategy seem to be too
change the definition of packing the court is, I would,
You took four away yesterday from the the tactic of the Democrats here:
wanted to talk about anything as long as it wasn't talking about Amy Coney Barrett. They did not want to talk about this talented, outstanding woman sitting before them. They trying to return piglet how politics
so you're. There were some of the lot of the Democrats just want to talk about Obamacare. They had pictures up of different people
Oh you know who had been help day by by the year of air, affordable care acted, they were trying to make it seem
her whole purpose in life was to get rid of it. That's that's ridiculous.
Not even an issue that I'm sure
likely to be the deciding vote on. But you know they that feed to pull out for them, and I
agree. They want to see they were they want to make. It seem like simply filling seats on. The court is somehow illegitimate his court packing, which is so I ran it because you have Joe Biden currently refusing to say what he would do with respect to actual court packing, which is when you change the number of seats in the Supreme Court for purely partisan end, like efforts,
our tried to do to get a court that would uphold more of his new deal legislation several, how to add worth a court that, with what rejected by his democratic said, it was rejected by people like roof, better get work, even Bernie Sanders thinks it's a bad idea. Guy
should be an easy question. Will you or will you not do this horribly radical thing and undermine the court and didn't want to talk about
they try to change the subject. Where were you?
question just advance ass on it. He said the question really is: gonna rely on the Senate. If I'm not mistaken, when after tried it, he did get
twenty six of his fellow Democrats to vote for it time.
Of change people, don't even pay attention to the constitution anymore. Do. Thank you,
could get more than twenty six votes to pack the court. I think it's a democratic
troll of the House and the Senate and the White House. I think the absolutely will do that right away if they, if they wouldn't, they would tell us because I think they recognize. This is such a radical thing. Americans don't want to see it, but he's roof using,
to commit to not doing it that, because he's more interested in in placating his liberal handlers, then actually doing what the american people want to do, or even telling a mere verbal. What
frankly do deserve to know well on the contrary to about that is what would the president do with respect to the entire third branch of governor?
so, I would be upset at any conservative. That did what I think John Roberts does
in favour of conservatives. I would be really upset if, if they would take
something and not look at the constitution, but instead just started
legislate from the bench, and I think John Roberts has done that with Obama, care and and other things
and I dont want that, and a constitutional.
a strict constitution is a constitutional list. Will
actually, probably piss me off at times
because I want it to go the other way, but I
we find with it.
because, if the key
institution actually says that. Well, then, we gotta do it right,
Why is it that people don't understand that a strict constitutional list will
give you some wins and some losses- and some of your wins will be surprises, some of your
losses will be
fundamental misunderstanding of the role of a judge and you're here,
in some of our discussion today were you know, gender finds I just about trying to get here to talk about what
personal views on or off for everything from guns. The healthcare like this is not the question: it isn't she
somebody's gonna simply go to the court and fake all you know get through with putting her personal views on from the left
but my personal views on from the right, that's I would want either
I don't want a judicial activism court. We want constitution with
on the core, and there are aspects of the constitution that actually or unit would fit into what you would call
a quote liberal paradigm, jerk strong defendants rights, for example, aspect that you might say car quote. Conservative like second amending the constitution is a political document.
Legal back and the judges longer to look at it that way. So, if you're, following along the constitution,
Sometimes you look liberal political standpoint. They might look conservative, sometimes from political standpoint, but what's so important, is there legally based not someone who is asking themselves to kind of thought to follow their own political goal? Then it following the politics,
working people who passed those? What is this? What we used to have, I mean was
a time when the supreme
the court was just known as they just do.
interpreting the law at well that that's all we,
its job and I think justices have done better and worse jobs
Doing then have obviously your history. We then he'll, but is it not
we recently tat. We had judges who may have mistaken that role, but I think
It has become more of an epidemic more of a crisis regrouping because that was just accepted.
by all of legal academia and envy India whole practice, but what's graded were seeing a push back now, and this is something that no just
believe what kind of on the front end of it now judge bear it is kind of care
being on the mantle of hey? Here's how we get that politics out, whether this very faithful to the text
as it is written. We need to look at what the law of meant in the time it with path, not what we think.
should mean today not only wish it met today it into that's. What actually takes that politics out that this is really
really achieving the goal of getting a politics back out and restoring the court to its proper constitution
so we have now three
Judges that down tromp has appointed
if he wins a second term. How many more
judges, and will they be Clarence Thomas or will they be people that will will
bring us closer to the constitution. Do you have any idea whose looking to retire or
Oh, you know that is always a very treacherous area to try to speculate. I in twenty sixteen August speculated that would be when, were you know just asking?
I retired, with four years later right. So are you
think we don't know, but we do know that whoever is elected and twenty twenty years. Why
to get seat and remember neither all life turned seats. So even if you are replacing someone with a similar traditional upon
it had a generational impact because bad news for the next thirty justice TAT, sir for thirty years already
million people serving maybe for decades at this point any kind of earth only forty eight right- she could serve for a long time that I have a huge
and TAT, going into the future of our children and our grandchildren cunt
It will be wrong and how will understand the constitution? They also trying to say that Donald Trump packed the court's by by filling the vacancy vacancies in the lower courts
which he he did, and Obama walked away with a lot of vacancies that changes things. Have you
looked at all into the the states where were most likely to have close.
Election results, and is there an impact on the court's there that
play towards the constitution's favor.
Well you know it's written Trump has done a really historically impressive him. A job filling, though
which is really great ahead of their training seat, unfortunately, are in states where there are democratic.
senator than they are blocking trumps pick. They would rather have no one sitting on the court then have someone to Donald Trump put on the court
you're seeing your seeing some of those states real problems with cases
king up and and and judges having a very heavy workload. So I opted mistake that if he, if we can get them centres or who are willing to
acknowledge that you know these charges are gonna, be faithful to the law and move for without we could have a better situation across the country, but I think what so great, as we now have a well over two hundred judges that trunk is put there. This is the next generation of outstanding legal experts in the country.
And is already having an impact in terms of cases being decided according to the law rather than according to
to wait. So so the states can say no to a federal judge.
Given the way the system work, there's something called the blue slips and state senators from the state can refuse to turn in their blue flat, and
Personally, there's no, you know, there's no ruler or law. That says that the traditionally the Senate has said if the senator from the state dont both
through the nominees we want more forward on it so
Thankfully, there have been many, including Democrat senators, who have compromise with the press.
That had been able to come up with some judges that they could all agree on, but also there's other that unit what they want to have nothing to do,
any kind of compromise with Donald Trump particularly places like
before you, where you ve got one of them running for by friends that she'd not gonna compromise, but they write. You bear the unjust Willy DE on hold on it at refused to nominate refused to help confirm anyone.
Let me go back to Amy. Cone Coney bear it. I know you can never tell and Republicans always
seem to get to the losing end of the stick. You get somebody
think is good and then they start you know, go and end in and inside with liberals,
No, we can't tell the future, but who,
who do you think she's most like
or most likely to be like as a justice. Well, you know he obviously, as a clerk forget this coming year,
describe him as a major mentor in her life, though I think jurisprudence probably will most resemble justice Goliath, but her it. You know all of these people have
different personalities, so she has a much greater just watching the day her Scully was known for his.
Sharp one line or by an approach that is, hurt her style with very different she's just and so I guess- broke
soil is the right word would update but kind o kind and explore
and she's very good, explaining what these questions are and she just so she comes across. I think too,
genuine and and and careful and thoughtful about the law. I think she is gonna be someone on the court who has unity, the jurisprudence of a, but maybe it a slightly
softer tone- and you know who knows maybe that'll be something that even is compelling to some of her colleagues on the other side of the bench as well.
Thank you so much for watching and we'll talk to, hopefully again tomorrow in and get a recap of what's happening today.
See any trouble for her in the future
least at this point to do you agree that she's knocking out apart
day in terms of her at her hearing, and so I just think it can be hard pressed. I think for
want to come up with a good excuse not to confer.
maybe county bared Supreme Court? She's? U can be outstanding. Thank you, so much
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we say welcome back to Mr Stew, brigadier. Thank you Glenn. I'm amazed to hear the media try to explain when he becomes berets. Judicial philosophy is listen to this clip from CBS, explaining the difference between a ritual ism and textual ism,
for those of us who are not constitutional scholars? What's at the root of this debate, over original ism or textual is
Right and I suspect, work.
may be hearing a lot of those two words that tomorrow I mean this is kind of boiler.
play. Conservative legal philosophies about justice. Scully was the big proponent of it and really big stickler, for it is where you look at the constitution and the words of the constitution and how the founders meant those words story, not how it might be living. Liberals thank and adapt to search as our times change. So a conservative, isolated, say we gotta look at what the founders met by that and
he's not in their aside in there and then Congress has to step up, or this
governments in legislatures have to step up to make those kind of power.
See changes as far as textual ism goes. That's how you look at federal statutes,
and there are lots of liberals who say there are technical is too that's just doesn't always break conservator.
where lines and that's when you
get the words of a statute and not what Congress might have meant or what the legislative history might show what the purpose might have been, but, with the words actually say, okay. So the conservative argument is what the founders of men, when they did it and the words that are in the document. How is there another argument other than this? The
like while the other is look at the words of Congress up
week, okay, so near your admitting that the conservative argument here is to look
at what was intended to happen and apply it, it doesn't live, there are not a living breathing document, but here's a whistle you can't you can't you can't.
have fun. They judicial branch, Joe
change things because times of change right, they write exactly where we were in a society that didn't have
A legislative branch room could
make an argument: belied have a living constitution. Right would change with the times, but at any point
just laid of branch, can change
these years with the time yes built into the dark it s. So you can change the way. You think it's import. Yes, you don't just get the judges to do it right. You just show
through the law rights like
Men, too, should be added pass a general problem here. The problem- that's not popular,
you can hear- is hard yeah. You can't get enough people to say hey. We should get rid of the second amendment, so you need
the judges to do that, because they're not elected,
don't have to worry about anything right and Congress can just become popular and making it reelected over and over again, because they ve never done anything wrong, see. Why not wrong exactly they ve never done anything against the constitution, because the judges are telling us what the constitution means at what time is it now,
whether once they say it? Well, then I can go legislature more. My way, I did so I love this lost. The conservative philosophy is to look at the words no, I dont Nick and if it does not say that
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this is the Glen Back programme we're glad you're here there there are so many things happening in our courts right now,
between all of the legal wranglings that are happening. I think there.
three hundred or five hundred court cases happening right now, trying to get the election laws changed, because the Democrats are are fine
all kinds of changes to our election laws and
the Republicans are responding with their court cases to try to get those election laws held in place.
and we also have all of the law, suits their happening because of cove id the Chris
up in New York is
coming after again, governor com,
because he has restrictions on religious gatherings and intimate
he used photos and he said it needs just lay about lay the crowds slay. The crowds
we're crowds of jewish people at a funeral
later than they did just abbot ever look at what they do in that area responsible. Yet those pictures were from two thousand six.
but what is happening to our religious freedom around.
A guy who really can help us answer that question. Who fight it every single day is Kelly. Shackelford he's a presidency o First Liberty Institute and Chief Council First Liberty Institute has been from the Supreme Court over and over again
Let me just start with the cases up in the end:
California and in New York about religious freedom. Kelly
goin back grab me on yeah we're we're in
every member's bad, but when this whole thing started with the pandemic, we realise this is really gonna, be a fight because
we ve never had any constitutional law. The pandemic write them in any there's. No cases and everybody was seen these pictures of, like the guy grown, a baseball with this kid being handcuffed, erect, kill him because he was a park in the gown, the beat coming off all by himself in a surfboard being arrested. So we ve tried to be really
careful about the first case and we wanted it to be the right when you get will all kind of churches calling a saying you only with their doing to us and we got what we thought was right:
and that was in lieu of all. It was a
a church that was trying to do and east her service and they wanted to.
Together, but they want to be safe, they did a drive and servicing their cars ripe and- and that was that
mayor of law. Will Kentucky said that was cry and the governor said: they're gonna sin police officers to every church on Easter Sunday to write down the license plate of any car need church Parking, London, those people we visited by the police and they'll be quarantine to their home for fourteen days and we went ok. This is it. This is China. You know we. Usually this is the case and we filed. We got a great judge. We got a great decision, he said, look the constitution,
place in this country. This country is built on religious freedom and we started there and we have now had about Chin victories in a row. But what happened is a lot of other lawsuit started, getting file that warrant necessarily s thoughtful and they created a lot of precedent and ill
Glenn? I just got to be honest with world war right now, all across the country of whether the government is going to control our churches and until we get something to the Supreme Court, I don't think we're
an answer, because there are too many bad decisions to join the good decisions that we want to know what's gonna happen,
That is a terrifying
as somebody who you know goes to church on Sunday, that that is truly terrifying, that we
We are facing a time when the gun
I can tell you exactly what you can and cannot do at church. It is it you know any because look here, quick
this end. The law is that if a government official declares in emergency, then your constitution suspended, while the emergency
Climate change will be an emergency and everything will be an emergency right that you don't really have any freedoms at that point and and
it's not the way the law supposed to work. You had the case. I know you probably even talked about the case
came out of the Nevada where there are let the casinos open, but not the churches, run and show. We owe you, then they wouldn't take a screen court. When take the case, so I would say two things: we ve got a great case that we just one last week in Washington DC the first one on behalf the church in this case the church there they allow thousands of people the mayor, what with them to protest, but they wouldn't. It was illegal for a church to hold an outdoor church service with the over a hundred people, and so, as is clear, hypocrisy
so we actually want to federal injunction on Friday of last week and were hoping we can get that to the Supreme Court, but we gotta get the right case to the Supreme Court, but also, if Amy coming bear it is on the Supreme Court. I feel bad
strongly about her on religious freedom. I think sheet. We won't have to worry about these close decisions when Roberts YO saying that is ok to open Cassini,
churches won't move, will win these cases and so
sort of a lot going on at the same time, but I think you have to look at the Amy Coney Beret thing from a religious freed
standpoint. In addition, everything else- and I think she will be great on religious freedom, which is the timing
be better. So tell me what what her appointment does to the court and, for instance,
The leave Senate and they administration area. If they have the house in the Senate and the administration, they let you say, that's a landslide for the left. They are all saying: they're gonna, take guns Dewey,
now in the Supreme Court to hold to the second amendment the first amendment to eat. I, what's it look like, I think, I'd make. We do for sure I mean she's she's. Were it not just in
credible descent. On the second amendment already on the seventh circuit, she showed her true colours summing sheets
he is in a regional she's, a Scalia Shiva. She said, don't tell me what the country wants. That's not my job. My job is to say what is the constitution say what did the founders
put in place. What does it mean? You look to the original meaning of attack. You look to the original meaning statute, not to
he see or whatever people are in favour of, she would say: disliked Galicia, you gonna change laws than change, lost change the constitution, but don't ask me to change the concept
vision and she's. Very within a case. Actually, work was about a situation where Canada, the pc
position would be all now you guys been in prison, so you shouldn't have a right to two of them
firearm, once you ve, been in prison and heard purchase, wonder what is the constitution stay here? She in inventing
he's pretty fearless on following the law, so I feel really strongly about where she would be again Robert Kennedy,
jump and back and forth a lot of things recently in
made it sort of of the war for with Robert jumping around that would be over if she's on the court to you to have five conservative soup.
Really believe you go to the original meaning and
I'm gonna really bring us right back to the constitution in those principles and really the foundations of our country, which I think will be a great thing broken.
Kelly? What does it mean
we are looking at a party who says they're gonna get rid of the filibuster they.
deny that they'll pack, the court
What is this election really about? It's about a mean people out alone, people understand what core packing
Basically it's when you come here, and you say we go out like the fact that there are more conserved is on the court. Now there used to be, and therefore I want to add three four five seeks to the Supreme Court wish you'd have to get out to the house, the Senate, the presidency you'd altered to destroy the filibuster, but that's what some of the Democrats your talking about doing it, of course, would Biden Harris had not been answering that it
decision. People need to understand that is a decision to destroy the Supreme Court, because, if you add people to the Supreme Court to to have a partisan advantage than the next party that comes in is going to do the same. Thank tilted Republicans come back now
five or six weeks, the court is no longer a legal body at that point, as a political body, and you have taken the Supreme Court is said and done so,
Equally, the understand minimal one bide needs answer. This question is, it should be required of everybody should say, there's no way you even have a chance of being a present unless
answer this question and the answer is: I'm want to destroy the Supreme Court
less your wanting to overthrow the government at least a third of the government. That's just not decision,
yet I would ever make. I mean it whatever your beliefs are on these things.
The rule of law will be incredible damage I dont know what will happen in our country, but it's taking one of the three branches
of government at really pretty much putting an underground we're talking to
Shackelford Presidency O First Liberty Institute Kelly. There is a story out. There's fact: two different stories about two different groups were
of them, is shut down DC and
they have put out a guide, stopping the coup preventing
tromp from stealing the election in remaining in office is likely to take mass, sustained disruptive moments. All over the country
We need to in order to do to really win. We need to force some pillars of power, business, military media and other major institutions too.
I decide where the people are at least get out of the way of every. If everyday life goes on, a despot will not lie.
power and there will be no incentive for real systematic changes.
You want to think about what it might take to stop business as usual
they are there are these
groups that do not believe in the electoral college, do not believe in
port system do not believe in the american cars.
detention that I can find and they
saying they want to overthrow these things. They want the destruction.
You tell me where the legal definition of insurrection kicks in while
Definitely yet a minute. Those things happened. I did see them.
the comment on this, and he said those that happened that, after the election out, be shy
down immediately: thou wilt more sake, I hope so. The threat that we had twenty wonder president's use. You know the power they have budgetary insurrection act to actually do that adding president tromp has been tried
the respect, but always met some sword and also not yet
They want to make him a dictator Saddam thing. He wants to walk into. Looking like that, so he's been incredibly restrained back they on what he's done any situate.
like in Seattle and all these, but the eye they give its after the election and attempted unequal access,
the power that he should at any president should to put any of that down. I hope and I pray that it would.
Nobody in the country really coming mean this lunatic branch.
Our country- and they shouldn't be allowed to Rome free and engage
in violence, looting and all this thing I don't need the american people having been had another that so much so that the democratic, even
little bit started back away, even though that some other some of their base wants them than I do so
Kelly. Thank you so much you for seeing any problems with berets confirmation.
Yeah I mean that it. It's bizarre. The approach that is being taken, which is to say that she's gonna, is that there is a point to the court that she's gonna take everybody healthcare way. It's just
it is just some number may do they think people are that stupid. I mean I, I guess it's just that
saw argument demeaned the case there talking about its up there I mean country bearing hasn't, has never talked about in the issues in that
It's about stability, a lot of other things. The odds are huge that that case won't strike down
the SBA and unacceptable way so all of its false and
It has really nothing to do with her, but they just decided that their best political issue is the issue of health care for their seeing if they can scare p
by saying, if you allow were on the court, you all lose your health care and you'll die of the crowd of arson. Unlike you think people that stupid
I don't think they are no. I don't think they are either when I'm beginning to wonder item, I ain't what we'll find out in November we'll find out on November. Third, thank you so much
Kelly appreciated. Let me are you
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this. This is the one back programme, there's so much to talk about and were right.
We just kind of staying focus today on the
formation hearing of Aimee Coney Barrett, which I think
seems to be going really well. She said I mean she just seems bullet proof
so far, and it doesn't seem like there's really any
being fired? Eyesore? Yes,
they they just took this approach of well, we have
two people watching. Let's just make you
Eric election arguments right
big audience and instead of trying to take down Marconi Barrett. Let's just try to win this election, which
bizarre that usually they have
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and compassion and character and again, look at the world at the November. To them is that its forty year high, our kids, need hope right now and the best way to teach that is, with Anne Frank, the little girl who hide from the Nazis in an attic and still believes that people are good at heart, and I want my kids to know that, even in the darkest places
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Franklin- and we all know the stories of him with electricity grid experiments, but to me his grace experiment is the experiments that he doesn't himself. He actually this whole lifetime.
To improve himself and even has rules, you and I thought, but am privately like him, endured, wash and have rules to live by his rules. Are one be frugal? Don't spend money, you don't have to tell the truth. We work hard and Ford. Don't speak badly about other people. Look at the world right now, whether tearing down the founding fathers. You know all this in a been Franklin own slaves, unlike yes,
He also at the end of his life, with a president of an organisation that stood against slavery. So have you say, he's bad or is it good or is it just come
located like all of us and our kids need that lesson that rather than point
fingers everywhere else. Ben Franklin knew if you want to change the world, you start with yourself and moves out from their rippling outward.
phenomenal. Can you think of any one alive today I mean, I think one of the most impressive people live today that would fit in the founding era would be.
Maybe Elon Musk, do you know it?
and he would be a threat of ideas. A hundred percent, my at the Ben Franklin, I mean you. It was one of the hardest books to right, because if the kids go copies were trying to
d Artagnan educate your kids and give them values? But, unlike do I talk about electricity? Do I talk about his inventions? Do I talk about the science he does? Do I talk about the grid?
experiment the american experiment. He literally edit the declaration of independence.
George, why did George Washington, Thomas Jefferson rights? The first rap gives it a Ben Franklin, and we showed this in the book. Ben Franklin is like this part you have here:
We hold these truths to be sacred and undeniable. What if we change it to this? We hold these truth to be self evident that all men are created equal. That's Benjamin Franklin Edit, and I need our kids to see. That add is
You teach your kids to be great American. I am an eighteen, thirty six or is it now my
eighteen, twenty six
version of the declaration of Independence first draft
Have you ever seen it
Have you ever seen that you and I were to get where we were together last time? I almost jumped the desk but the
He certainly be that I haven't seen it. I have been to the national archives in their secret private room, where I saw them
copy. So you seen the first draft. Have you ever read it in the first draft? Yes, I could know
can we I mean
read on line the translations of it, and you can see they at the edit that change in their rights and the UN in the third page. I urge you to go back then read the third page, the law
longest, usurpation or the longest
problem that you know they had with the king.
Was his treatment of african Americans and Africans as such
waves, and it is a whole paragraph on it and it's
Thomas Jefferson, rights at his is the handwriting changes he capitalize words like men.
When he's calling, you know the, and then he puts these men up for ox
and on the auction block I mean it's phenomenal
completely changed. I gotta go back. I hope I may now and then think about Ben Franklin is you know,
when I get my edits back from my editor, a boy's eye, griping about like Ben.
was editing Thomas Jefferson, at the height of know how her I can't complain about that in Europe and the thing about the thing about Frank, logistical, bacterial. I must comment,
if he does his whole life, one of the great store that my kids reacted too is Franklin the little boy
Benjamin Franklin, a little boy he's bill of swimming any realized. If you have bigger hands and bigger feet, move move faster, the wearing apparel faster. So he makes these home made by kind of oven bets big met when they put some modest fee to I flippers as US
flying through the water. This is as a little kid and I my youngest, whose very creative, unlike the color and play legos, am I
I need you to see what you can
when you are least creativity, that's what Ben Franklin gives us. There was
her story about him getting in trouble cause. He was always in trouble. I think as a kid and he was like
damning up a river or something he was taking, rocks and damning up the river and that's when finally, his his parents
I believe, said you're going to work you're going
work sent him to abandon the work is to get the thing that he broke off by a river is, he runs, is when you run this kind,
the river and is a kite again
what does later in life that guy little boy runs the kite on the river. When it
in the air he jumps in the river ties it around his waist to test the theory that will pull him across the lake which it does and ended. As you said soon after that, the parents are like this is what a blacksmith
get to work in writing today right the work, but if you know again week, we spend so much time,
the culture right now, arguing about our founding fathers.
arguing over what you arguing over the civil war and we
After remember their kid see these arguments and we have to
But if we don't kill it's, not your schools job to teach her kid,
I use that you want it's your job, you gotta do I'd lose the school did a too, but we have to be in control of making sure that our kids
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You know, I think it really does our kids and injustice to you know I'm a huge fan of Winston Churchill
Churchill led this amazing life
If you read the biographies of of Churchill from the end
in perspective, he's a passport.
He's really he's really gonna be good. Is good and right batteries complicated like a regressive about right here and if we're
go in and say you know, there's my belief if you're looking for perfection, everyone fails. The only thing perfect is God everyone else
number right and a light by not teaching that by not showing our kids
They are flawed individuals. We set them up for a life of misery because a hundred percent other
and then and that the problem is what we do is we are wholly like. Listen. There are voices that had been marginalized and need to be told. Like you just said, look at native Americans look at indigenous people look away at once in church.
Does that the bad guy does also amazing things, but every book we do when we do
I am Abraham Lincoln. We show you
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like when and he's up for reelection now. So I know it was sixty years ago, but when they just
out of nowhere came out in their dislike. Corey gardeners going to ban birth control are also.
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and birth control. Look
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talking about banning Obama care, but
I want to give you something that I found it: CMS dot, Gov, that centre for Medicare and Medicaid services, DOT, Gov, ok,
Are you a census bureau just released their annual report on the health insurance coverage in the United States, which shows the number of uninsured Americans rose from twenty seventeen, twenty eighteen, as usual critics of President Trump? Having
to blame the administrations, healthcare policies for this increase, but a review of the key facts suggest that rising uninsured stem largely from the Obama care failure to deliver
affordable health insurance premiums and has created a new class of uninsured? When
are promised, affordable health insurance for every american and even penalised. Those who refuse to buy the law did nothing to control.
the underlying costs?
the as a result in prison, Trump took office and twenty seventeen average into individual health market insurance premiums inside
its using healthcare, Dodd Gov had already doubled.
Paired to what it was in twenty thirteen. The year before Obama cares, main regulations took offence effect, the average
premiums went up by another twenty six percent in twenty
the same time. Individual market premiums were spiking out of control. The end
True, the the substantial in enrollment drop among us
subsidize people in the individual market who do not receive federal premium. Tax credits in
two years from twenty sixteen to twenty eighteen unsubsidized on an enrollment.
climbed by forty percent
and they're saying it's because they use
example. Sixty year old couple in Grand Island Nebraska make seventy thousand dollars a year it slightly too much.
qualify for. Obama cares premium subsidy, so they have to pay thirty. Eight thousand dollars have
of their yearly. Income in two
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against it? Yes,
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proposing a massive series of changes to it because
was failing, so many people and
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and running against the Obama care that we have now
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cause. This was supposed to work right, member, that or
is this design to fail from the beginning, Joe, I tell you would have a whole signals and that at the time I remember saying that this is actually design veil and they'll come back very quickly with a much bigger government programme. Do you remember
hearing any host say that
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Scare everybody in the house
we find the right we're fine.
We did I'll, have it, it was, but it was, you did have it Tonia we did haven't we all tested positive. I thought you didn't
my first test was negative and then I detest positive a couple times after that was it was it like?
plague of him. Did you you were limbs? We did not family members. Did you lose in this particular instance? None on, however, we were all a symptomatic. Basically it was nothing at all for us, thankfully yeah
I know it's not the case for everybody, buzzes hundreds in its bad. We unknowns away in older
we'll get it it's bad nebula. We know we have.
the attention of those people but sure most people now that are getting it. It's very, very weak. If you do get it,
and you know me
the time to get it, is right now with the weaker strain,
Maybe I don't I don't know. Where is, I think, we're also getting a lot better at handling, and I think you know it were getting to the point now. You're, the death rate is about half of what it we're freaking out by it anymore,
If not, we know we know enough to treat it.
Still dangerous, still significant and still a big, thriving we're stone. You know-
Seven eight hundred people a day are still dying on average, but that didn't it's a lot debts down quite a bit from three thousand yeah, so
hopefully, were on the right side. You Elaine Trump
Yes, I did you did. I did what I mean. I got it on the same day, I assume
was his fall. Well, probably
Watson probably was: do you see the new study out says most people who are getting it like, but does it two thirds of the people are getting it?
warm ask how we are going to get from the mass, so self reported study so give people saying they wore them all the time. But if that's true inoperative is ethical was eighty five percent, I think was a aid
now, of course, there's mandates all over the place, so you're kind of you have no choice but to those people are not wearing it right, I mean it's down below their nose. Most times I mean Joe Biden took his mask off to cough as other into his hand. Here. Do we have that video? This is this is the craziest thing takes his master was included. Do is worrying below his nose anyway. The kinds of investment
to exit down off now by the
he's wearing mirrored sunglasses Anna mask he.
I have a standing at this boy was what we can't see his eyes. We can't see his face. We can't see his expression
could be a stand in a voice? Impersonator, that's what they should do. They should do.
put. They should come up with one of those regimes we do. They have those like face shields. They have little did pretty designs on. You could give him the mask the sunglasses. The faith shield you can maybe too
the face shield enough. You wouldn't even know who's there who had? No. No, no, I just run a tape. Virus M, that's a good! That's! A good start
you for the buy, it hits it again if he is not not doing not doing real. Well, let me just give you an update quickly and then I want to talk about the poles
eight on two stories that I read today,
First of all, I don't know if you ve seen the earth the the new story from an magazine dotcom about the coup.
what's considered, never allowing trump to be inaugurated. This comes from a former senior department of Defense official
Instead, in the wake of Donald Trump surprise victory in November, sixteenth, a national intelligence estimate was rushed through pushy.
the false russian collusion narrative, inserting, as the judgment of the intelligence community as a whole, that Russia had not only interfered in the election, but had done so in order to assist Donald Trump and help him become president. Now we know,
None of that was true.
We also know that the Obama administration knew that wasn't true at the time not
by himself knew
reading. According to this senior defence department official,
they were working.
idea that they would would not.
allow the president to become president
all work. At the end, I e was done at topsecret level with only a handful of individuals having access to what was written objects
to the conclusions reached were dismissed,
on the basis that Mr Brennan, MR call me Mister Clapping clapper had personally written the end. I e findings and recommendations and would handle all inner agency impulse
to themselves. There was no room for any
on November tents, the senior officials speaking
received a phone call in his office at the Pentagon on a secure phone. The call was from the department of Fence under secretaries office. They coordinated.
Attendants and participation in Inter agency meetings at the White House, the
concerned planning for a short fuse interagency meeting at the White House was explained
The new committee was being formed to finalize and establish the timeline and story line connecting a Russia with the elect
Donald Trump during the,
call. It was explained to the source that one of the committee's task was applied.
And to delay and or reschedule the inauguration at one
point? There was significant discussion of the possibility of simply not handing over the presidency to Donald Trump.
so there were. There has not been a peaceful transfer of power, no there that they did not transfer the power. They did everything
they could to attempt a coup.
On Donald Trump and I think they're trying to do it a second time now
is also another story. We ve been telling you about the the election integrity project so to make sure that their
a transition, as I think, its transition in TED Integrity Project and its
to make sure that you know this all happens,
guy. Who is running that
is in the news today, because it
looks like dirhams investigation is
taking to his doorstep
Do you remember the the story about Donald Trump,
computer that was hooked to obey,
can it was constantly pinging back and forth yeah. I do Kate, apparently some of this stuff in the Clinton documents that were released by Wikileaks. Now it become available and now are playing a role in the Russia Collusion Investigation on Hilary
That guy was working for Hillary Clinton. At the time. That's ones is running the transition integrity project now
They believe that he may have been
the source of
of hiring people to paint you get a computer paying the bank
and then tie it all to Donald Trump that,
that too was a set up inside.
The Clinton campaign and the guy who did it there now
estimating they think, might be the guy who's running the
transition integrity project in credit.
This is not. This is absolutely not whose Democrats have this thing where they say. Therefore, the p
full transition of power, but never seem to actually execute that whenever they lose, they complain about it. Every time they say. There's all sorts of conspiracies they're doing things like this that are above and beyond anything we seen publicly and down trouble
the reverse, where he says he didn't. He never actually says that he's
transition of power, he never put.
Quickly like comes out in his and cheers at arm like everybody else does but there's no effort,
so he's actually subverting it right now
like I'd. Much rather have a guy who comes out and says: look I want to open the way for the election results to come in and then
they come in he's fine Raza.
Was to someone who,
doing what the Democrats are doing, which is they all say? Of course, we're gonna respect this election until the electron happens in they lose it, and then they
directed at all, but are they gonna lose it cuban? Looking at the polls, the poles are
good for Donald Trump. Are you running at a time here right? You know, there's three weeks until a selection, three three weeks to the election from today right
Some three weeks from today. It is three we from three weeks from today. Is this election and ill
the poles, don't look great, I mean you know. I will say you looked alot of people talk to me as we went through the summer, and I I made this hour.
It many times that
it's weird, you're right, it's covered it. No one thinking about the election in then,
have the convention and we get it
the debates and then people will start to focus and can make their choice and
what's happened. Is that the highest?
file moment for Donald
from to change an election that had been really consistent, which was a moderate led for Joe Biden. I was the first debate and the four,
debate, whether you think you did well or I think you did well, you know that the
matters so far
the poles are our saying he didn't do
that well then, since that he's he's really lost three or four points since then, and most of these, like national poles, are showing him down by ten or twelve points. Now do
I think, he's an illusory, ten or twelve point. No, I do not, but he's got a lot
a lot of room to make up
in a very short period ties including eight digits
Have you already voted and return over ten million people vote so to help me out with this because there's something in- and this has never happened before, but it's a weird
I could have you this time, for instance, those three things- and this is really pointed out by Byron York And- and he said
sure you look at the polls, but let me show you some other things from gallop. Last week or early this week it came out that gallop did. Nepal are you're better off now, when you were four years ago in ninety.
Eighty four that number was forty four percent. Ninety ninety,
It was thirty nine percent. That was a change in two thousand, for they stayed forty seven percent, two thousand twelve. It was forty five percent and they changed today. Its fifth
six percent are you better off today than you were four years ago that play
he's a role in in this also trumps. Job approval rating is,
probably under water, like you would expect.
Then there's a news about me. You know some critically important states. Republicans are signing up in record numbers.
new voters and the voter registration roles are going down with Democrats in record numbers ya. Think both sides can find things to find positive parts to argue here. I would. I would just say that this is it if you, if you are passionate about this and you feel, like I'm gonna, volunteer that extra day
answer is yes should because this, if you, if you
under the impression- and I see the lot and conservative media- that down trumps Gus he's gonna have his gigantic.
During these forty five states and and and and the liberals are gonna, be cry and that next day, if, if, if
well don't get out in and to do everything they can. That is not going to occur. I have
Never, I don't think I've ever met.
aid a political donation, I dont want to make political domain,
my wife has from time to time my wife and I both made a major contribution to
the reelection camp.
Putting our money where our mouth is, but I had done,
directed towards not only right now, but also for the law suits. The GEO p is
be underwater and way behind and not have money to fight these lawsuits and they need
the the money right now to be able to do that. This is,
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I'd like to say, welcome back to stoop, tease depressing this. Not out of me, I don't do that commercial breaks. I know I mean the mean in I. Am that the reason why it's depressing his cause- I know it's true,
the president is in real trouble. The selection that look
he needs his people to come out there and do everything that they can
due to win this election, if he's going to hold on to the two office, I think there's it there's a.
adaptation to say, ok, well, two thousand sixteen in the polls said Hilary was gonna win and in an Hilary didn't win well
First of all, pulling error famously bounces, back and forth from either to from one side to another,
It is a favorite republic is, as we all remember, in two thousand. Sixteen in favour. Democrats in two thousand and twelve and Romney's poles going into the night of election of the election were
better than trumps were in two thousand
sixteen, but that pulling
about two Obama side in two thousand twelve in Trump
trouble action it we're about towards him, but only by a few points, and
but this is a very close election, so think about it. You, I'm not trying to make excuses.
The precedent here, but think about what
He is trying to achieve here. He came in
very close election he's had
unlimited battering by the media, that no precedent going back even to Reagan who I thought, but never get worse and regular. Bushmeat he's taken that
and, as he's coming towards election it which, in what would have probably been a tight election anyway, we get it with a pandemic that
destroys the economy with all those who believe in God
I guess I know, and that its I mean he is up against the wall, but here's the Good news. Next week the CERN Super collider bs next week, they're going to do an experiment and try to open a black hole. Lot of people. Think that's bad, does a good job,
up and swallow the world yeah. I personally am rooting for the black hole Nokia and had happens next week. Can they,
like four weeks to do that, you just make sure you know it's for you know there actually doing they believe
this will be if successful
we'll be first contact with a parallel universe.
Is this realistic I, by
from the science magazines, from CERN
From CERN, I mean
so they're really trying to do in that crazy. Yes, it's crazy, I mean and we're not. Nobody is talking about it. Now its aim on the way. Next Tuesday, there opening up a black hole. You know they're in Europe yeah, but
Have you heard what the media's benzene Anita? We agree that we found out that we have space ships from aliens and other opening a black hole. Nobody cares Glenn programme
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