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Chaos On Capitol Hill As Dems Rush To Save Their Agenda

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November 4, 2021 1:00 pm

Chaos On Capitol Hill As Dems Rush To Save Their Agenda

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To save their giving you now how did you see what I hear from you Sharon, call one 800 now your home at one 800 684 31 two that's 100-684-3110 a lot to talk about today, including the fact that since the election results from today's Tuesday selections. We have see just Democrat fall out on Capitol Hill.

Chaos there about both the bipartisan infrastructure package and the reconciliation bill did suppose he was just out speaking about. Try to get a vote on this. Still today, I would go back to the fair bit about this because they have still we hear that message. Time and time again even after Tuesday, even after yesterday was Sen. Mansour getting up and say I want this scored by the CBO. I am not just going to be a public vote on this in the least about the infrastructure bill again was to see how it all works out that that they still say will be able to vote today will for children is just unbelievable that the message that some Democrats on Capitol Hill, at least, seem to be getting from the elections in New Jersey and Virginia are that they are doing enough radical that they are doing. Nothing big spending. If they do need you more and they need to do it quicker because Jordan asked me like he said.

Speaker Pelosi was just out speaking and she said a couple of things number one. She said the reconciliation bill. The social spending bill is going to get, not smaller. Jordan it's gonna get bigger. She is in the process right now of adding present provisions back into the framework of Pres. Biden and announced a couple weeks ago. She has the rules committee sort of sitting in limbo trying to write what is called a same-day rule door and I won't get on the technical specifics but essentially she's trying to get them to put together language and put forward a rule that would allow them to vote on it as soon as tonight Jordan I like you said I wanted to give a word of caution. She said this a bunch of times before and she hasn't been able to get it over the floor but she just said just a moment ago.

She wants to vote on that social spending package as soon as tonight and then vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill tomorrow. Jordan there's a lot of specifics, we can get into, but I would come back to this just to start the broadcast that was not the message by a long shot that voters in both the Democratic Party and the Republican Marty party sent in New Jersey and Virginia but it's the message that it appears that Democrats on Capitol Hill heard you have about this, the longtime New Jersey civic presence. So this is I get at the governor's race. There he is ousted by a Republican to be a truck driver. We got a lot of truck drivers will start broadcasting the Lord does he do critical work for the country all the time that we all know that right now with the job they're doing to trump a puddle of this cargo, he spit out that you raised up to gradually spread like hundred 60 boxes can pay this told that the grassroots permit to be takes out a 20 year elected official powerful position, President of the New Jersey Senate edits at Republican takes about, so if this is a preview of the upcoming election in 2022, or what the Bible team has to try to figure out that was severely pushed two schools of thought.

There is a school of thought from the AOC progressive world that the reason why he lost Virginia's you to get Democrats excited it double down. He did, he did double down on say the parents don't have a role in their kids education and killed.

That wasn't enough that you need to go further so you have that progressively then you could have the more pragmatically of the Democratic Party at St. we had to get elected, which put people forget elected about what you really look at is just lost state purple so set up that week.

That's blue, set a purple state to state. You should award easily with a decent candidate have questions about Terry McAuliffe but also look at who's at the White House with unpopular there really talk about all this and take your calls on it to what 100 684 30 what to. There's also news of the $450,000 payments to illegal immigrants is the Bible White House try to have it both ways like that, we come back as the American Center for Law and disorientation. Critical issues at home and abroad. Whether it's defending religious freedom affecting those who persecuted for that. We are grateful. Now there's an opportunity for you to help in the way comes 100 constitutional and only one. A society can agree that the most vulnerable invoice is, is there any hope for that culture to survive. And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defendant the right to life. We've created a free powerful publication offering a panoramic view of the ACLJ's battle for the unborn is called mission life will show you how you are personally sealed.

Jesus powering the right question for you,/Jay Sekulow we are to your house at 100 684 31 to let me ask the question what you think will win inside the Democratic Party will be progressives who say you know what we need to go further left. We need to push harder left or is it going to be the robotics inside the party who say you know what we we've got to get back to a message that somehow resonates with the American voter. The way that they did last election cycle so that they have subs shot in the midterms in moving forward. But of course there's also the control factory of primaries all across the country of Democrats decide to put forward progressive candidates you can have more of these far left ideas which were they get exposed to the American people.

They are very extreme. She have.

You have both sides of this are are making the case about the why this should push the this is AOC. Her responses. They had to go further left. Take a list election as well.

Virginia was a huge bummer. And honestly, if anything, results show no limit trying to rhyme fully 100% symptomatic campaign that does not kill are energized and frankly weren't even willing to contribute. So here's the thing I would say here is that while the one hand, I get that Terry McCullough probably didn't want to be seed running around AOC of the squad is a lot of Democrats agree to. He's a retread of someone's Artie been around his Baggage put yardstick out of a is like lifelong politician. Why does it, why is he coming back to do this, but at the same time he did run such a where he got into trouble in the final weeks of the campaign was not being a moderate was my big hard left progressive that was by doubling down on parents having no roll their kids education. I think your precisely correct. I would also give them credit for being a bad candidate. Overall, he seemed to be a little tone deaf thought. You are absolutely right.

He went on the offensive against parents and and he then also double down by supporting strongly teachers unions who are generally speaking, hard left. So imagine a quote unquote moderate Democrat bringing the President of the teachers union to campaign in Virginia the day before the election. I think that was a huge mistake. He also has announced or he did announce during the campaign that critical race theory is not being taught. For instance, in Virginia schools except we have documented evidence of that. He or his Department of Education when he was governor. Essentially demanded that Virginia schools teach critical race theory in 2015 and if you go on that. I mention this yesterday. The Loudoun County websites critical race theory is still being taught and often critical race theory is being taught under a different name. One of the names.

It's quite popular now is having a courageous conversation will what is that mean it means that essentially at the end of the day everything in the world is determined by one thing, race everything be determined by race it on the other side of the of the Coit on the left ego Anderson Cooper's talkative Van Jones.

He said, is it too far left. She got AOC say not far left enough hey we were even invited to participate in the artist out there that you got Van Jones in Davis and Cooper say they went to followed by three. How much of this is a message just the Democratic Party that it's too far left that that if you're the squad or if your innocent was been calling for for defund police or socialism or democratic socialism. I wonder that I went to I wonder if TFT area been able to stick on a message of economic progress of the family leave and minimum wage and that kind of stuff and maybe we would meet making this argument, so there there just that he got off guard with what we said they had was that he got into it on the education stuff you waited there good young kid.

The whole time was ready. This very good campaign talking directly to Virginia and sees a Virginian talking about what he want to do for the for is very statewide, but but local and that since it was it wasn't just like that national issues he was tired but how those issues affected the people locally, while Terry McAuliffe is floundering around good young kid is writing this very professional campaign he he's a good great candidate for Virginia. It showed but but it also it worked out ballot to where I got the first a female lieutenant governor was also black in the got at the Atty. Gen.'s Republican now and it looks like they the house of delegates is going to go a Republican. So while the Democrats try to figure out was he too far left or was he that far left enough of that at the end of the day. I think a lot of this was tried to explain away the best of bide in Virginia being so close to DC with a lot of contract workers.

A lot of government employees and also a lot of military and your night and see Glenn. You can being worried about whether or not he was, you know, a Ruger conservative rumor moderate. He went out and written met in real voters talked about real issues and then provided real solutions and and Jordan.

You see this really across the Republican demographic in Virginia.

We talked about this a little bit yesterday, but if you going to Western Virginia going to Southwestern Virginia where the vote is very Republican.

It's very conservative.

He ran the tallies up in those regions.

But in Jordan if he moved toward Washington DC to the suburban counties counties like Prince William and Loudoun and Fairfax really the population centers Jordan he he improved on the typical Republican form performance in those counties by 10 to 15% to like you said. He ran a very professional campaign. He built a big coalition and that's what led him to success.

Now you look at the you know that the left trying to interpret the results here and you see AOC taken the opposite approach of Anderson Cooper look I'll say this a whole lot, but Anderson is 100% correct Air Jordan in the message from from the voters in Virginia was that the D agenda has gotten far too radical, but let me tell you this, as I look at Washington DC right now.

I still see progressives inside the conference to answer your question, getting their way. Jordan now, does that mean they'll be able to pass this huge bill. I'm not sure there than the majorities are so razor thin. I think maybe they won't.

But even today Jordan I mean think about this, even today. Speaker Pelosi is saying which of these bills is going to come up first. It's the one that the progressives are insisting on Jordan. They haven't pivoted back to the bipartisan bills they were only get a move that they are still getting AOC and the squad of the vote on her bill first. Now if it goes down. Maybe the past. The bipartisan one in the past but I just don't think the Democrat conference here got the message from Virginia and New Jersey, though I meatless I don't usually agree with that limit but I want to take a list just because Democrats are still trying to the left tried to digest this and they're all over the place. Take list what he has set the lesson Democrats to take from the selection voters are speaking loud and clear. People don't care about the back-and-forth on Capitol Hill. They don't really care that much about the soft sausage making.

They want to see things done.

They care about the sluggish economy.

Think about high gas prices they care about expensive groceries about crying about the supply chain concerns about the rights of parents that what they have to say about their kids with their kids are being taught in schools. Whether you believe it or not, but that's what that's a real concern whether some of that was built on misinformation still a real concern here is his problem is the you still want to be a lie. Like somehow.

Hey, this is what you provided to Soviet adjustment at they still won't admit it's the truth.

Even though Terry McCullough's own words about parents not being able to divulge their kids education with. It should be the school board, not the parents and it was apparent the school board should be a direct reflection we saw that about races across the country and only that type to get a dog knows today were school boards were flipped, and I say I said seek a congrats. I weave in preaching that it's a silty for time here at the porch. The school board that set misinformation. It's cute. Parents learned a lot during these covert locked out because he saw and heard with their kids are being taught and they read the books alone with her kids.

This morning I listened to a progressive Muslim feminists who voted for Duncan and she outline what her son was learning and it was all grounded in critical race theory. One of the books that he was required to read apparently was booked called courageous conversations.

Another book that was a part of the curriculum was a book by Bettina love suggesting that whiteness is the real problem in the United States.

So at the end of the day, even though the Democrats want to ignore the evidence right in front of their face. Parents realize what their kids are actually being taught and at the end of the day. This progressive Muslim who is a woman of color she said I'm going to vote for Duncan and so if the Democrats want to live in a never never land, a land of make-believe. I say go for it Gabby, this is it to be a giver or start it will take your cause of this at one 800 684 31 two that's what he hundred 684-3110 the ramification of this could be huge. Also when it comes to our the infrastructure developed other were starting to see is that you know is there any way Democrats could get across that much time for the House of Representatives side where they have trouble in the Senate, where retirement would get a place of dissent. What was Joe HB what he says.

I would bill to read this I would scored by the Congressional Budget Office, what would that need to actually pass any of this legislation through with in the background is. We just got slaughtered. We almost lost a race New Jersey for governor that was right on the line that no one had on the radar because people were that angry at Washington and that angry at Washington policies. The act states that might sit in their state, the right only when a society can agree for the most vulnerable invoice is, is there any hope for that culture to survive. And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defendant the right to life. We created three powerful publication offering a panoramic view of the ACLJ's battle for the unborn is called mission will show you how you are personally sealed. Powering the right question for you,/the American Center for Law and Justice were engaged in critical issues at home and abroad.

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We are grateful, others an opportunity for you to help in the way comes 100 time for the ACLJ. The work we simply would not occur to Jerusalem is a court intervention challenged the constitutional and job with Carolina online. What is the text of the public political fallout. Real talk summit a bit to about that immigration issue get that second-half carbonate job welcome to secular your earlier. My point is we have been discussing what what have the Republicans learned Biden since day one was elected all he's concerned about is his voting back sheet is been concerned about doing things for his voting base as well as the house and the Senate.

I think the Republicans need to learn and if they get back in power, and the midterms they need to without apology start taking care of Dirk Bodie listening job and I think you said that you have to invest their realistic approach to what is that need. If Republicans take back Kauai still is a Democrat President. It means that you can be fighting uphill. So to take so you want your constituents to the wad you do what you can. A bipartisan function to do what's best for them, but the two you're always in a fight for the causes that put that put you in that seat at night you got it. Make it clear to your constituents back home. That's the job of every house for Bert of course Senate members have to do that for their states for the statewide level you need your staff to be reinforcing that bad though. I think what the Republicans can take away from this is when you have good candidates that Virginia is a good example because you had good that it wasn't just young, hip.

It was a Sears. It was IRS it was you had this great group at the top and it so it it it mattered.

Good candidates can affect the outcome of the election, you need to run candidates to reflect the population and the concerns of the voter base, and I think they did that up and down the ticket in Virginia, and quite frankly and they did it in in New Jersey as well and look we talk about this dynamic little bit yesterday but Jordan. They also used in the popular figures inside the party very effectively a Pres. Trump did a tele-town hall and spoke to the voters again, mostly in western Virginia and income and do a big rally in the suburban area were maybe going young can wanted to speak more directly to to parents and it just to utilize people in the correct way. Arthur was very professional. I thought it was very smart and again I think the biggest key here was he listens to voters inside the state and then spoke to the issues that they said that they care about. The one thing I would say to John here, though I think about why agree within the Republicans need to fly bold colors when they come in. Legislation may need to try to accomplish real things during that needs to mean taking the victories that are available to them when they're available and sometimes that means you're not gonna get everything you want and I look again to that the Democrats for an example here. They could have passed this bipartisan infrastructure bill with Republican votes a long time ago and at least showed their voters and product some progress but instead date they got boiled down into so much infighting that they been able to accomplish absolutely nothing. I think no matter what party you're talking about. If you control the chambers, especially if you control both chambers and the White House like Democrats do. Right now Jordan, you've got to get something done, even if it's not everything that you want yet is really just say I think that what is important is that it would you ride good candidates. I think that what we have we got things with the working God institutionally because it that we we we realize the skill over time.

Obviously all the work to be doing covert affairs of theirs.

There are a lot of good people in Washington DC elected officials. All politicians have bad we have a lot of the air with a since Ed set some former owner ACLJ team, but that but the truth is you see this strength in what you can do with that extra 235 percentage points. We also have a solid candidate who is not creating chaos around them was that creating scandal around the and so the vetting process is very important. At eight and a kind of how they present themselves to the people because it give these were these were looked at like selections for verification purposes but they are local elections for that matter. I think that odd at this point to you don't want to overplay you know you gets you to victories like this. It is wonderful. It is nice to have a victories a conservative in a state like Virginia which it looks like this was a could be the case anymore that that feels good in it and you should feel good about that, don't you know you want to say I was right back to it. But let's remember were fighting still uphill against a Democrat Congress and a Democrat President right it right now and so Harry, they while they can't get their votes together.

If they can that's that's why looking forward we want to make sure not of this position.

Two years absolutely. So if you're going to be in politics if you're going to be in the fight. You have to be committed to stay in the fight long term day after day, night after night and one of the things that the Republicans did in Virginia which I admire and I would encourage our listeners to the extent that they support that party to do the same thing the Republicans they focused on what the election law said and what they could do.

They train personnel to go into voting polling stations, and to basically make sure that the votes were counted correctly. That's hard work. It's often unpaid work us, but if you want to win in the end, you've got to do the preliminary work.

You can't simply wait for a television ad or perhaps a Savior coming from whatever wherever to rescue you that were irrigated to more of the led to legislation in the second half hour now so would it just play this way. Do we have the sound from a present by that for the $50,000 payment. We talked I would time out with recruit.

Now we type out with our team so Peter Ducey from Fox news five and he was able to shout out a present question to present by this.take a list of his body of present by said okay that's that's good news, but not so taken was way for your overseas trip. There were orders that were servicing your administration is planning to pay illegal immigrants were set for $450,000, possibly $1 million for my hung over illegal.

If you guys keep sending that garbage out. Yeah, that is not true is for you hundred 54 and $50,000 per person's own vision is separated from okay.

He says that second half and now babies can instruct his DOJ something differently but that is not what the ACLU thought only to say the ACLU their executive director Anthony Romero said this quote, Pres. Biden made out of been fully briefed about the actions of his very own Department of Justice as it carefully deliberated and considered the crimes committed against thousands of families separated from their children as intentional government policy. But if he follows through on what he said the President is abandoning a core campaign promise to do justice for thousands of separated family that he later Rod said that the just a publisher. The ACLU talks were continuing. So I this was a per a perfect example will go to the team. But we come back breakable replay that for people where you can now trust the President pretty simple question right you. He acted like we all did as absurd as having arbitrary doing that and he agreed that it would incentivize more people to come to the country illegally.

If if it was done so. He also raises their problem is it does like his Department of Justice and he synced up White House with common further, how will they try to save this was it directed a question being asked. Ducey made clear that those were separated under the last administration.

We come back Ricky to take your calls 164, 31 to support our work. The matching challenges on about the November W. Patrick donation will be right back as the American civil injustice were engaged in critical issues at home and abroad for limited time you can participate in the ACLJ matching challenge for every dollar you donate, it will be now $10 gift becomes $20, $50 gift becomes 100 protecting the constitutional and religious freedoms is most important to you and your family. You forgive today online keeping you informed and now is Jordan secular back to secular. Take your focus to what hundred 6031 to the source of the events of the Democrat fall out and I was to refocus it specifically. The fallout, how it relates to the legislation, they would try to pass it. Sue Pelosi was back up there today. We gave the baby will vote on it. Now they were to vote on it today. What is the what is it be considered mansion. He's backed up and said you know what if if you want to try to before that vote was this country is just show you yet again this is not a centerleft country it.

He said if anything might be a center-right country and to push these kind of policies we got we don't need to be more progressive again solicit to get it through the house, which is you question these to the Senate. He said why what Congressional Budget Office Cory I what type actually read to see what's in this sonata that rushes through a Nancy Pelosi Ridgely one of this like the affordable care act. She was say you don't rush through you read it after the fact member at this director said people just don't know what's in it. Would they find out what's it if they're going to like it.

That was the same day they wanted to vote on it so that's the kind of fear we may, but I would go back to this because of the replace of your mansion.

I get talking about issues, the people care about following the election.

Following this disaster tried to put for both a bipartisan infrastructure bill ended the war.

Partisan a reconciliation bill tankless by 20 take in consideration going to ask Thompson stores the inflation is coming.

At first we thought it was transitory called Brenda about a month or more ago. I said the second strategic cause so that is interesting, said right there a strategic positive that is. That's got to. That's got to hurt that it supposes the world. She was the world by deep molecules. The bill I mean if your mansion means that in Jordan that's always ahead with your mansion because he does change his mind an awful lot, but if he's knocking to support the social spending bill the reconciliation building is dead because they need every single Democrat United States Senate to vote for in order to pass it of a Jordan is I just cannot look through some of the mechanics that are happening literally as we speak.

As were on the air. Did this just occurred at the Pelosi was asked about as she had the votes for the social spending bill in her responses that will Mr. Clyburn keeps the whip count incident. James Clyburn was asked whether or not he had the votes for the bill and he says I don't I don't make the decision about putting the bill on the floor. I will say this when the bill gets put on the floor. I will get the votes. So Jordan what that tells me is neither one of them has the votes for this. They can only afford to lose three votes in the house to still send it over the Senate. But as you point out, even if they do that Jordan. Even if they pull that off. It's pretty clear that Joe mansion. Once a pause on that and so if that gets sent over this weekend.

I don't see how in the world Joe mansion can vote for this is a major basis for The potent political reality.

Is it what is your final for five years out of his corrupt reelection to the Senate to be rewritten. River just because the losing side of issues but but here he is speaking truth that what people are concerned about the inflation that the shelves be empty.

Will there be, even if you are a decent economic situation of the toys be lifted by the presents and gifts either by for Christmas or the food for Christmas for Thanksgiving that those issues that people care buried at Duck Creek new Deal absolutely.

So we are in the midst of a historic inflationary spiral, particularly with fuel and then you will company that with what is supply chain crisis.

That means if you go into many Walmarts. If you go to Cosco. Many of the shells are absolutely empty lot notwithstanding that the Democrat say hey let's throw more inflationary pressure on the economy by spending money we don't have.

This makes no sense.

But at the end of the day.

That is probably the best summary of what's going on in Washington right folks, we come back with you to take your thoughts or comments. What hundred 64, 31 to have your watch of social media to the have some issues there was a light I you can go to YouTube five think that though so maybe I to your Sirius XM or your local radio station I is that the broadcast.

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As night and I thought that that list eloquent, but not enough. I guess selling applicant looking at past Astellas English to do so. We have had the votes for both Dennis and that's mainly on Harry does not, yes you do have to have the votes for those bills and that's where we are. I think where she's saying is we don't have the votes.

I think that's what I really good. There is, she's pretty upset to the point were scarified her words as she this is not the usual strong that supposedly saccadic about that. This is what could happen rather vote today. The kata pushed through what your family time up before your retirement early know what to say if they got the votes or not, but it's clear from Clyburn others to they don't have a chip I think that's true. When I listen to Nancy Pelosi this morning and for about 15 or 20 seconds. She was virtually speechless. And then she followed her speechlessness by incoherence.

So I think at the end of the day.

She is stopped by your own pockets. She's pulled in two directions by the progressives on one hand, and by the moderates on the other, but I think the Democrats problem tends to be far larger than that because the Democrats are really triangulated because there are many Democrats in the house who want to eliminate the restrictions on state and local tax deductions and Bernie Sanders in the Senate opposes that and I think them.

They also have to deal with the moderate faction led by Joe mansion, so I don't know where the Democrats are going and I'm not sure they know either incident were watch this very closely because we we we know that they are willing to put this on the floor it does. Nancy Pelosi doesn't like putting things on the floor, though, that are going to fail unless she has to let she feels like I've got let this this vote before and let her fellow Democrats voted data that the cases that's not using her Strat.

Her strategy or her style. You don't put a bill on the floor of the house unless you have the votes to pass it. That's long been her rule. This long been what she's trying to practice but look your Nikon addict. I had to chuckle when you were playing that soundbite because she said we had this October 31 deadline.

Like that was something that was tying her hands, Jordan, that was a self-imposed deadline and I think it was the fourth one that she said. I mean there is a deadline in August after the Senate passed that there was one in September there were a couple in October.

Now were into November. Jordan. They had the votes to pass the bill that she's talking about in that clip. The bipartisan infrastructure bill. She let it get tied to the larger social spending package by progressives, and she said it right in that clip she said now we have to pass both bills in order to have a chance at passing either. She's the one that tied these together.

Jordan she's the one that made it so she only has to pass both of these with with votes in her own caucus look it she's right, they would've been better off had they passed the bipartisan infrastructure bill before the elections in Virginia, maybe it would have made a difference of a lot. She could still do this. She could still tell progressive but I don't have the vote for the larger bill were not in a vote on that today. In fact were not gonna vote on it at all unless we get more votes on it were only going about in the bill that has bipartisan votes during the fact that she's not doing that tells me that she's came to the progressives and it absolutely confirms receipt and you just said you don't have the votes in that larger bill. This intimidates me think it's the elections against what is all happy. This could quickly unravel for Democrats of you know what I get.

You don't put too much on this because she gets asked about what was the effect of not having done this, and then Tuesday elections. Your first it was want to get these votes.before the President goes overseas then it was.

Now it is hey you to get this done before the election. You just got your head handed to you of what you had had to do what he could do next take was having not pass these bills had on Tuesday's election results in a different way.

I think that getting the job done producing results to the American people is always very positive. Each election is different.

You, as you know I was former party chair Natalie Snell.

Let's look down into the numbers in file but I do think a payment plan as the American people learn more about what we are doing in this legislation for families for children for winning in the workplace to save our planet and it will be very positive. You can't deny that it would be very positive.

She keeps going back this idea of learning more about what's in the legislation. The city got there. The fact is, the more people learn about it, the more they don't like yeah I'm she's wrong on this, Jordan. The American people. The voters absolutely hate this large social spending package like it's can be 3 1/2 trillion or 25 trillion down to 1.575. No matter the number Jordan.

The voters said that they do not like this. Now you know. Maybe. Maybe if they do pass the bipartisan bill they do. It had a work product that they could've showed to their voters and said me.

You know maybe that one would've been a little bit more popular.

The truth is that they didn't have anything to show Jordan and even their voters. Voters that voted for Pres. Biden just a year ago.

They came out and said we hate this agenda and adjuster. She will says that she wants to learn from her voters.

They spoke pretty loud and clear.

But in order to learn. You actually have to absorb that data and then make an adjustment. She's not making an adjustment.

She's just trying to shove it down their throats. Having this a get to be folks.

It is the classic Pelosi to say once people find out about all the selected IBF which is really saying is, once we start heading out body. Once people start to be used with other government program yet, so is a rocky start but the eight but you never really get rid of it. I people will always want to utilize it so I get I think that that's kind of where we are legislative guide, the slowdown pushed by Joe mansion when it comes to all of this. Would he save us if it even gets to the U.S. Senate. You have to take our time on it. I would switch back to the $40,000. Your payments because I think this is something we all have to pay to chewed out even more closely to because Pres. Biden has opened the door to really flooding the DOJ with with Cobbett and noticed that the present United States. This what you're doing is absurd and that will encourage more illegal behavior because take a listed Peter Ducey, thanks for asking the question shall get out everybody the President what it was about the way for your overseas trip. There were for service in your organization is planning to pay the legal interests were set for $400,000 each $5 million for my hung over illegal.

If you guys keep sending that garbage out. Yeah, that is not true is for you. $450,000 per person is wrong is not ceases at second half of the ACLU comes out immediately and says you know what the Department of Justice Pres. Biden quote they not have been fully briefed about the actions of his burial Department of Justice event. There is, it looks like he had no one had told him about this or he had been briefed on it but the ACLU quickly through the President of the bus and he deserves to be thrown under the bus if he doesn't understand what's actually going on in the Justice Department, particularly on a decision that is as important as this.

Yes, the President is right when he says pain illegals up to $1 million per family is garbage in the sense that it should not be done but that is precisely what is being negotiated. I believe as we speak, because the ACLU basically has suggested that they are continuing to negotiate with the Department of Justice so perhaps merit Garland had a chance to view the sub press conference and maybe he can get the message down to some of his staffers, but lastly I would point out that Pres. Biden's failure to take charge of the situation, at least so far suggest that he is never been in charge so heavy I think that areas right. I think this idea that the present when these pushed to all these questions are very specific that a bit out the news we would talk about fight your Fox's conservative media's been talking about is this real ACLU say it was real. They were in these discussions, but was a finalize that's what we learned there 261. We don't have to have this precedent set to the President realizes like us. It's not a partisan issue. Realize if you did something like this you're going to encourage a lot more illegal immigration. He says talking about is garbage but the ACLU says no, no, and let less department justices she's invited not for DOS represents the 5500 people. It's the present who is who is out of step with his administration. We come back we'll talk more about that too if you've cause about that. What he hundred 684 31 to is like what you believe the President ACLU on this. I do think though that the President like every other American New Year's that says you're going to incentivize or illegal activity. So that's as absurd that were deftly decadent there that don't like it when you're putting this garbage out there that you can go to the ACLU should be allied with where the President is the significance out of the White House and they stayed out of the presence wrong so I don't trust either until we have a final response, Department of Justice, and the actual people running the government is very said it was the President just instructed his department just so what to do by the way, I don't weeks we could still with this issue we solidified on gives a call one 864 3110). Only when a society can agree that the most vulnerable invoice is, is there any hope for that culture to survive. And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defendant the right to life.

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It always kind of up in the air right now because they are they are putting their finger to the weighted say you know what baby we have just been on the wrong message. This entire time he had torn.

I think the impact will continue to be felt for a long time all the way through the midterms for sure, but look at the impact is gonna be bigger if there's no pit it anyway. There are a lot of historically significant that it's a mean the second half of Bill Clinton's second term is a lot and often use were conservative, but it was moderated Jordan because he heard that the message of the voters. If the if the if that the leadership in the Democrat party in Washington DC don't hear the message and pitted and you I really do think you're gonna see a huge red wave in the midterm elections, but again it's gonna come back down to localized elections, who runs the best candidates who builds the biggest tent, who reaches out to all portions of the coalition that's inside your party and Jordan I would just reiterate this to ending both chambers literally hanging by a thread. We talked about earlier in the broadcast House Democrats can only afford to lose three votes on a given measure right now.there is one vacancy so that might go up by one before the next elections, but it only takes a handful of of clips for the House of Representatives to change, and only takes a single flip in the United States Senate for control of that chamber to change and so look, I think the message of Virginia and New Jersey even if it's not being heard by people in Washington DC Jordan, I guarantee you it's being heard by voters all across the country. To meet you it's it's kind of settles in the first day. It's like whoa site secondary circuit if it continues to settle the circuit I could take it take it all in what it needs is people woke up on Wednesday to find this out to how close things were happening in New Jersey such as the gubernatorial race but the fact that the speaker the President said that there taken out by someone who would ever run for office before it happens to be a truck driver didn't spend much letters campaign that beats the incumbents of the President is been there for 20 years by like five or six points or more. I this is these are those moments and if you look to as a conservative you what's okay let's see who was who. These like the messaging, what with jobs doing a lot of talking. Virginia was the education a lot of it's been about regaining local control, taking back the power from that's either been given to the federal government or just if not formally, just by shrugging of the shoulders absolutely so Winsock sorry, Tuesday was a wake-up call to anyone who had the possibility of being awakened for, particularly for Democrats.

So be on the highlight elections. The Virginia election.

For instance, it's important to note that down ballot. Elections are also important.

So in Seattle, a left-wing prosecutor was ousted in Minneapolis of all cities. They defeated the deep on the police movement of state. If you look at state houses many state legislators, legislatures turned from blue to red and so I think there is a widespread awakening of the American people. Yet the Democrats are persistently preferred to remain asleep at the switch, and in my view I can.

I continue to hope that they remain asleep because I think at the end of the day that will awaken the American people, and indeed there will be a conservative movement which takes over a down the road at Berks College in Colorado online what he markup the secular, you're the air I was wondering about the mechanics of how the executive branch can dole out and acquire 50,000 to illegal aliens such Congress was in charge of the purse strings so and executors created a judgment fund sand many years ago and that judgment fund is what is utilized by the executive branch to pay out with a believe there's wrongdoing. Since this is sometimes there's Roger. It's usually very difficult to get a dive from the federal government cited possible, but that there's a there's a give. There's a lot of sovereign immunity does not issue just to get through, but if your date, a negotiation which is what the ACLU is doing with the Department of Justice on.going to trial, but instead negotiating a sub judgment of 48 a payment instead to settle out of court that they actually were authorized by Congress to do that and so it's it's now it's their policy that that you they got to decide what is the right policy.

The year for the present. He agrees with us. That policy right, it's a policy which means it's a choice door naming is not like a judge would be forcing them to do this would still be a proactive decision by the Atty. Gen., Mary Garland and prosecutors down the line to reach settlement in a case, Congress authorized them to do that. Just like you said so they could do it but would still be a choice would be very clear about that. But here's here's the thing that I really take away from it or naming the President of the United States is the boss or or at least he supposed to be so.

If Pres. Biden recognizes that this is a terrible idea and it would in fact incentivize a tremendous amount of additional problems will then he needs to make that clear to the people that work for him.

Like Harry said he needs to make that clear to the Atty. Gen.

The Atty. Gen. Jordan might have the congressional authority to make settlements. But if the President of the United States. The boss says this would be horrible policy. This would be a terrible idea, and you will not do it. Guess what, he's the boss, the Atty. Gen. would have to follow through. So while there authorized to do it, it would still be a choice to do it. Not a mandate from a judge and the President ought to just tell the Atty. Gen. you heard what I said now go execute the order is called garbage by Harry by present pilots with the as we can agree on with him. I wish she was a little bit more engaged because it would've got to this point, but that this is his moment for his White House. The photo called DOJ to say this is wrong. When I do this I think that's absolutely correct and so he could have a direct conversation with the Atty. Gen. or have his chief of staff make a phone call. Secondly, though I would point out that what is truly incentivizing our border crisis is in fact the Biden administration's open border policy. They have basically reversed all of the policies of the prior administration that were working. So to the extent that we have a problem with illegals in this country that is Biden's problem and he cannot escape responsibility for. I think the policy was basically wrong at the start.

It was illogical and the Biden administration continues however to double down on opening the border to illegals. A basically if you follow the Biden administration. If you're a citizen of Mexico and you wish to enter the United States, you have to comply with vaccine protocols, but if you are simply an illegal you can walk across the border with impunity.

They had just quickly shoot people just out.

We should be alert about these votes. It's it's like it.

It doesn't seem like they got the votes, but I put nothing past it to close the ever so does seem like they have trouble the Senate but again I put nothing past your bench changes might know that either Yap Speaker Pelosi says that she trying to issue a same-day rule to consider the reconciliation package and with luck I don't I don't naturally trust her Jordan, but we gotta believe that she's trying. And then on the bipartisan infrastructure package which is tied to it. I remember the Senate Artie passed that in a bipartisan fashion. In August of if she were to put that up. It would go straight to the President for his signature. So I think it's in any moment exercise if she can find the votes I post to stay up to speed on everything. Of course we encourage or support our work. If you can financially disagree time to do it. You could double the impact of your donation to be part of our batching challenge, but the November that's the American Center for law and justice were engaged in critical issues at home and abroad for limited time you can participate in the ACLJ matching challenge comes 100 checking the constitutional and religious freedoms are most important to you and your family. You forgive today online

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