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April 12, 2022 10:52 am

Adina for Congress

Adina Safta, who is running for congress, joins to discuss her want for change in congress. Will you help her get there?

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Great true sacred call Steve Bell 86 34 true 866-34-TRUTH or checking out online, Steve Noble now here's your host Steve Noble yesterday struggle at their Christian and they're like, well, Kristin, politics and do that or even a Christian radio. I don't other.

We should do that. Why yes, you should.

If you have a comprehensive biblical world view, then that should overlay an impact every nook and cranny of your life. One of those would be politics and so whether it's the call to love your neighbor, which would require you to vote, which is why am one of the few that's not afraid to say I actually think it's a sin not to vote because violation of neighbor love which is a violation of God by which sclera you sent on both counts.

I meant to be involved, to be informed and so just so a little FYI out there every two years.

I put out my own personal list on my own Pixar on their what's fun is I go to the voting booth every two years and I see people in the same location with my list so that's what I owed to my Chicago background Adina Sapp is here with us today running for Congress Edina for In the second district, which is currently controlled by North Carolina's version of AOC AOC will talk to Deborah Ross but getting involved in being informed Saul put my list out.

That's my old Chicago so since I'm from Chicago.

I take my boat seriously and if I can vote multiple times I do in the way that I do that is by putting my phone list which people have asked for which I appreciate and try to honor that every two years and that'll happen again coming up okay so before we get to the primary election, which by the way on that 02 and Adina. You know that's the vast majority of people have nothing to do with the primary they sit at home, they think nothing. They just all just deal with it when it all comes out in the wash know this is likely only back to middle school when you're picking teams and and you care about who is on your team. Do you not.

And so if you get a pick that the person that's going to bat first. You want to have that decision. That's what we do in the primary season okay were picking what we believe are is gonna be our best team to put on the field for the Super Bowl come November. That's a deal so you cannot sit on the sidelines when it comes to primary election that's coming up in Mesa working to get to know Adina today and her story I told you guys were to be talking more more people running for office people that are serious about the nation and loving their neighbor and willing to make the sacrifice. Adina certainly is. That is an interesting family background as well. I did a lot of the show. How are you I'm good.

Very good thank you that was quick reaction of you and I sent you a message and you are like John, you're at your go well.

The number one thing you know when you're running against AOC's name recognition and I tell people you know you can really rely on the conservative media right you know journals, whatever, etc. to help you name recognition before the primaries right and so any time that I can see somebody who has Christian values is bold and willing to stand up for what's right and literally takes me a second to believe now that so not me out thanks to say one thing about arriving about the millennial and I feel like I'm a product of what we created like were all at fault right like we should ourselves and say wow I enabled this because at the end of the day like we were so focused on who the president is who the vice president is. But really, you know, if we were a Republican would like travel for this congressman or woman and we really didn't know who we were buddies regular as a millennial. I know myself like I didn't pay as close attention until I realized that US Congress is destroying our nation and our world. Now I feel like we were all a product of thy and or at least millennial's and like that, you know, younger generation where we in school you went and for reasons right. That's right on what to do. Why vote, and why pay attention to the different you know folks that you voting for, and not just bill because of your party. You how convenience. It's almost like that was the plan, which is planned for the plan for a while which is why I do what I do. So we just met. So just just so you know where I'm coming from. Activism is only about that for a start of the show radio started 2007 for the last 10 years I've been teaching high school homeschoolers locally a two semester civics and Constitution class a one semester Christian ethics class and this year were getting ready to finish the first time I taught two semester US history class so I'm not one to sit on the sidelines disc and watch things happen but I will do this on behalf of my generation to your generation. I'm sorry. Please forgive us, because a lot of this is happened on our watch, and I am and I think we looked too much to Washington DC. We don't pay a lot of attention.

We can get on the opposite side of it or the backside of it and we wait for somebody old Donald Trump's and office properties can migrate to go back to your liking, stopping attention and then when he's not in office. You act like there's no chance for anything and Congress matters. You said it Adina. It affects not only the state, like if you're representing the state of North Carolina. It doesn't only just affect North Carolina fixing states of America, and in fact take a look around friends. It affects the world, yet it matters all the way from the top of the bottom where the ones approving the federal funding were the ones that can stop it and were the ones letting it go to other nations yeah that's exactly right. So for you as somebody that deals with finances you brought up were to get into Adina's family background.

She actually wasn't born here. She was born in Romania family grew up and she grew up over there under communist environments around talk about that because I told you when you came and you have something that 99% of us don't have which is perspective in your perspective and your family's perspective is in dire were in dire need of that because most Americans just don't know what we have, which is why it's easy for a lot of Americans say this is such a great country. I don't have anything to compare it or this doesn't affect me right exactly but of course it does. But on the finance side. How do you as a CFO type person a finance person you help other businesses. As an entrepreneur when you see what's happening in this country. 30 trillion in dead but by just came.

I said open as I could. Not all my $0.8 trillion budget.

Everything is read how you react to that as as a financial person and then as an American and as a conservative as a CFO, you always look at the bottom line and in this case it's like I'm scared to look at the bottom line is just like they just look at who is running these budgets and approving the spending bills. There's no qualifications like in my position I had 15 years behind me a financial experience before I started my own financial firm as a CFO for small business owners and when you look at our U.S. Congress whose approving budgets, approving spending bills and like like the thousand was like 3000 pages of the bill, not better plan yeah I print out 500 pages and I was like I think unless you read the whole thing. You should not be allowed to prove it. You know, decline it anything you just shouldn't be allowed to. And when you see the people that are doing these things and have no financial background in what they're hearing to create, I can evenly describe it of anything more than just frightening. It's frightening that our nation is being controlled by you can even blame them because they have no experience.

I write to thank is the ^ and a rabbit ran the site weight are just like with the gas tax. Can I just use that as an example because it's like I am the only one out of might you know my other two opponents and myself that gas tax should be suspended, absolutely not. And there's a reason for that. I like the people's emotion and say yeah I want that breaking me that that is going to hold that thought come back for talking to Adina Sapa Adina for Congress run a second district which is right here in Raleigh. Okay, wake County with Deborah Ross, who she called effectively. Our own AOC. The show sometime today with the Saft, who is running Congress. That's the second congressional district) wake County currently but Deborah Ross do this is what she's like what the AOC sees the AOC of North Carolina, which is not hyperbole that's on exaggeration and so Adina stepping up the plate to run with her to talk about talk about why you ran in a minute. I want to talk about your family background as you exit born in Romania but we are talking to accident and so when everybody hears head gas tax suspension. All of us red and blue the matter what side of the most that's a great idea because I think so much money at the pump.

But for you as a finance person you like home on a second that doesn't live in a vacuum. There's other factors help us understand that because I don't think most people think like yes of the gas taxes $0.36 per gallon or something that so out of might you know where three primer in the primaries. I was the only one that said no we should not suspend the gas tax and Evans like oh my gosh is like a horrible person. How can you say that like Evans Painesville are hurting well if the timeframe where they wanted to suspended like if you just look at it like the average per year, etc. it would save the average driver $33 and that's great and wonderful and we can all use a right because we all are suffering & is in his late March they like about anything. I feel like it's 10% like it's just outrageous but on the flipside, what like as a CFO. I look at okay will if it's helping on one hand like it has to be writing something I and so I actually reach out to one of my clients who is an engineer. My old clients and the gas tax is the funding. The main source of funding for NC DOT*NC DOT plans project out 5 to 10 years on roads and construction on maintenance of our construction of bridges and if we were to do that. The NC DOT would basically lose like 300 and somewhat million dollars in funding for that so if that happens then will crippling our wasn't the direction you've got developments going up everywhere right now about that and they're just now like making up you know that what they lost in 2020, which was like a percent of their funding said that would basically just put us back in like a crippled environment and it's just a terrible idea. I would not want to say $33 so that I can sit in traffic and frustration and probably spend more gas because I'm just sitting waiting like it doesn't make sense. So take no distant don't suspend the gas tax. What's your solution Adina open up the pipelines you open up the ones be closed. Start there start their yet we don't have to talk about the land that's been permitted, but that user readily. By the way places all the regulations on top of that. So when Jen Saki and them are trying to lay that on.

You just rumor. That's just a big distraction but your point is that most people is is we tend to make decisions based on the here and the now that's a political decisions based on.

I just want to try to curry favor with people as opposed to doing what mature responsible adults do we make decisions today whilst considering tomorrow and next week and next year and five years down the so hey if you can afford this today. It might not be a great investment tomorrow and so politicians will think like that. They just try to throw as much meat on the tables I going to a topless restaurant and there's try to throw different food on you to say which is going to get you to vote for them or not thinking about down the road, which is why my generation hold your generation apology.

Let's go back in time your family immigrated here from Romania.

What was the story behind yes so my mom play the lottery. The visa lottery every two years in Europe and finally one year 10 I was 10 years old so I was born in Romania the year that I was born in 89. It was the year the revolutions. The remainder was communist and the year the revolution and I tell people that, because it's so important to know that when you live in a communist country. The worst is after because afterwards you know I can go from being under such strict which is what's happening now, like government control and you know regime and all of that and then afterwards it's like what do people do like communism ends that you know and you're like it's almost like you're lost right after you find yourself again and so the economy and everything is even worse after, and that's why I'm fighting so hard now because it's like if that happens here like the world is just done as were the leaders in the night in the world and so we won the visa lottery, you know, we went through all the right processes.

We went to the embassy I just funny joke like I remember raising my right hand and I was like 10 years old, like short and chubby and down and I was like just sitting there like this and I'm on like idea you could put your right hand down as a no mom I need them to know them to be a good citizen aspect to this day like that's why they gave us like that like okay you guys can go to America. I see clearly need that likes what was your guy's perspective on America. So as a little girl I remember so vividly when we were leaving I picture that we would get here and that they would be trees with money on them literally yes like literally. That was my vision is like the land of opportunity. The American dream and I think what you learn. You know, and so you don't learn that there is money on trees, but that is just what I envision that we would have only got here while we got here. I mean literally my parents. We had suit the two suitcases. My sister and II was 10. She was 12 when I first got there we flew into New York and we like it didn't speak English so we can get out of the airport.

We do not like what's an exit sign, but we ended up living in a one-bedroom apartment above a pizzeria with just a mattress and we started our life over completely. So when you know growing up like I was his essay like we have so much at our fingertips and like literally. We just have to do and want in America like there's no other nation where you can fail and succeed again where you can leave everything behind, come here and start a life and succeed at it like you know my parents were. They could've just stayed and remained comfortable even though it was, you know what it was becoming here and risking everything because you know and you're confident that you literally doesn't unit not speak English it a shot. You just need to get here exactly and said there's nothing that you're more proud of them when you actually come here illegally and not you know skip the line across the border.

What did so, what did your parents do to get started here yes so in Romania. My parents like my mom had a fashion line like she ended up with action like underground. She was pretty cool and my dad.

You know, he was able to like work adopted both my parents were go-getters and they were, you know, motivated and passionate about getting my sister and I good life and so he came here. My dad basically started from like nothing like he was like a construction worker, you know like you just find the remaining community in Queens New York and you're like okay like start over.

Just do whatever you can write in my mom actually started her first job was in banking boat after we lived in Queens for sure. We moved to New Jersey and the reason why is because my mom loves Bon Jovi.

I'm literally down here in Raleigh the other day. I don't know but if she knew that I saw my peers going out.

See Bon Jovi and Mike Knauer trials because we go see a bunch like that is the only reason we had up in New Jersey so that's right, you know, we go out, but when we got to New Jersey that's in my mom started working and she started working in banking but didn't speak English, so thank you just had to basically learn everything like even the smell of food was different. Like him so different.

Like everything, you just have to literally start your life completely over. Did you ever it was, once you got here. Did you ever think I'm knocking to be able to make it or was the assumption I'm an American now all I have to do is work hard and try and be dedicated. I think I was more worried about like my dad winning stuffed animals. I like this machine to now like you know this started doing just like regular like you know random videos of my things and him and remember like moments that I feel like were pivotal or important know things that I would see or learn. I just remember being scared when I went to school like my whole thing. I have always been a perfectionist. It was like I don't speak English. I never have friends what I gonna do, and you know that kinda related to the schools today. I tell people like I can imagine that little girl having to live and learn in this environment I would fail thank succeeded because it was little more normal than yellow things have changed a lot, even in the years between those days and today were talking to Gina Sapp that she is running for Congress Edina for for ADI and for This is Steve Noble. Joe good job doing so decided to step into the arena. A business owner didn't have to do this right likes going okay got a small business you're fighting through COBIT but what kinda got you down the road Edina where you're like okay I get to sit over here and complain about it.

I can't just vote right. I can't just pray right action you to do something about. How did you get. Yes, so it really started even before so I was in corporate America for 15 years and in building on Fayetteville Street on the 10th floor and in January 2020 oh boy, I said, you know, this is the perfect time starting my business right now and so I thought that I was following like what God's purpose was for me like this was it. I was going to help small businesses where financial growing minds 2020 was supposed to be the best year for business credit. You asked any business in there like this can be the best year ever as a because this is the best time to start this business. This is my purpose. I'm going to get it, you know, space downtown well anyways two months later, the wildest twist of events, COBIT happened right and so here I was like no health insurance anymore. After 15 years you don't have it right when a pandemic it's great you know, no stability like just so much unknown. I'm a planner. I plan like my business for like at least they would like two years at most and it just happened that was a perfect time and so everything just kind of like completely was thrown in my face and I said okay, here's what I'm to do. I'm gonna pray on it and I either have one of two I run into the fire and I stay with my clients and I completely just throw my business plan out the door, and my only focus is to help them get through this. Whatever this is. That's coming.

Or I can just close shop and go back to corporate America and have health insurance right have a safety net position and pay well. I'm a fighter, and I said you know what, absolutely not.

I'm staying in this I'm running into this buyer and I'm going to help my clients and so I was very thankful that I did that in that process I learned so much about our government. Yeah, it's like everyone that says like all will. I'm a small business. This doesn't affect me. Politics is, in effect, me and Mike owning a small business and going to do everything. Like with my clients as a CFO is what taught me all I needed to know about politics to decide that I wanted to be in it so in the last like two years before I decided to run I mean when I saw you going back to how you made the point about just like making decisions like got out I could down the road like with the government funding. That was the first thing I thought about like when I saw how they were like treating our PPP loans and Lily was like I'm going to picture this like a bunch of puppets sitting in a room and I like sure will do it this way and in the like. Wait, I have a question about this in the likely change it, but like they released it every time I was reading PPP documents like I was a this is insanity.

And nobody knew, like you would call the bank. The bank didn't know you they would change the SBA. The SBA didn't know they would send to the CPA like nobody knew. And because I had the experience that I did in the financial world I can help my clients make you know maybe because most actual small businesses, no way no way because there's so much to figure out they will have a staffer that three people are actually exactly. I stayed up like if there was something coming out like at midnight. I would stay up to midnight out submit all the applications so all my clients got it you know what they needed there on a strict like schedule of what they spent.

I was in charge of that and the trying to visit Josh about an article on me because I was the only one doing that will make that scary.

Okay why am I doing when doing this. I'm a small business. I just started back. The whole point of it was like if we want in control of making sure that we knew. Like what we were spending how we were spending it and knowing that the government's gonna come after it. At the end of it if we don't do it right, then the small businesses were going out by Maserati's and doing whatever it is like no free money right right yeah exactly. And so when I saw that I said okay. In order for me to even see the end of this because we all know fraud is a big thing all these like PPP findings SBA loans is public information so hastily saying banking like fraud is like seven steps ahead of us, not as are smarter because a seven steps ahead of us. So for smarter we can catch it before it happens and I feel like what we seen so far, we've not seen the worst of it know all these businesses got all this money. The SBA IDL just released either another six months delayed on their payments so these people haven't made one penny of a payment if they did want to understand your year SBA E IDL & know what's at the end of it. I said I okay got him to pray on this again throw me into one more fire but that's it like, please no more fires, like just let me some donuts for the rest of my life. After that, and sure enough it was like U.S. Congress when I did my research and I saw that they are going to either send us into communism or save our nation.

I was like that's exactly the position that I want you went. When was that when wanted to come have that. So it was September of last year that I personally decided, but I didn't actually like announce it and go until December, plus everything was such a mess with redistricting district. No kidding like to throw the guys welcome to Vegas, North Carolina, asked yeah we don't know what the truth where we sit still blow yet so it was you mentioned prayer many times so tell me little about a bit about your faith because I want to talk about the race issues are becoming a yet so faith has been a big thing for me since I was a little girl like you and I was you know in Romania. I remember like begging my mom to take me to my grandma's house on the country in the countryside where we would literally walk for like 30 minutes to go to church now just get on my knees and prayed like I've always been very close to God.

I feel like my faith is what got me through this whole thing my faith in God and like his plan is also with Me in it because there's a lot of times in your like you know this is wild. What is even happening and you know it would be very easy to give up if I didn't turn to God like for his help and I talked to him a whole lot. I asked him like please tell me, like what is going on with like the sanity of humanity, but I've always been very close to God, not just meant the pandemic started but my whole entire life.

Like I've you know I feel like when you're like a true true Christian you to go through a lot of like ups and downs.

Rater, but I feel like had I not gone through those ups and downs.

I wouldn't be the strong person that I am to you on Goliath you word of God were a helicopter parent or lawnmower.

Yeah this goes the probably what you want them to talk about but if there were no these trials and tribulations that there were no these difficult periods in our lives of personal nobody would have an interest in God we would be appreciative that you would never grow you go to the gym five days a week and work with a 3 pound weight average never to get anywhere that he knows that you have to go through in order to grow. We know that about you if you become a parent.

We know that as parents that sometimes we just have to let our kids fail. That's how they grow and we allow them to fail because we love them yet into the kids point you know I wanted for kids my life and I'm 33 now and so for the last two years I was like you talking to God like you know what's going on like there's a reason why don't have kids but like just tell me now like I don't know what is up because I feel in my whole life I was like always like so strict and like good with the things I did so, that would be a perfect model and like now I know exactly why don't have kids like my job right now is to go and fight without self desire self-interest for the parents that literally are like emotionally drained and just like have basically like got up in front of the school board and have accomplished nothing on the you doesn't care who brought my French at slot is also running is also my board showing up at school board meetings because his kids are in the school systems.

Let's just start there in terms of issues will what what your take on what's happening in the schools we talked about this a little bit before I did a good chunk of the show yesterday and things coming out New Jersey and what's going on with teachers it's just so disgusting on so many different levels.

But what your take on and I will say about Chad I when I I think was the first meeting that I ever went to the school board meeting said that I just got like understand we are going on in here like I see from the outside, but I need to see from the inside and the first interaction I had with childlike sound.

He was reading one of the CRT book sound like good heavens like I can even listen to you now shocking and I love that he didn't like Sam running for U.S. Congress. He literally was there as a parent center quick plug for that I you know appreciate that a lot because it's it's about the kids. It's not about our positions and what were running for you when we sin because we actually yeah exactly like I'm running for U.S. Congress, and here's my problem now. That's now I'm here, but I've spoken at two of them and I read those board members. The Constitution, I tell about Esther friends and I tell them that we can each sold our children and their education for $332 million and that like that last finding of it was I think 214 million. So why was the last finding the biggest funding and why do they have until 2024 to use it and wise all this other funding coming in and so again when I saw was happening in the school system.

I said I am a CFO. I want the bottom line and I feel like you need people like me that can look at what's happening and not get emotionally like it you know attach your involved like let me see the money. Show me the money because the money and your power is what's driving this and it is it's the Esther funds and it's all the federal funding the federal funding. It takes U.S. Congress to stop it. There is no business in the federal funding coming down to the local schools and that's why this is happening and we need to stop it but we need people in U.S. Congress with a backbone right and that can be bought in order to stop federal funding from coming down to the state level, because we have house majority and they can do anything about it because the monies here that's and that's how they control the whole system. Well got our our schools are run locally. Yeah but there funded federal money comes down from DC and all tell this with my students in class and say so. Okay all of the scenario, not all physically come back the scenario as your family goes under the family business goes under you find out that I'm independently wealthy which is not and so I'm going to fill you guys out to write you a check for $500,000, then let's talk about afterwards. How are relationships going to change because I'm bailing you out and so do you think there's a chance that you might be under something to influence using my money television education will be a shows the art with the genus after this writer in wake County or the second rational district, which is currently occupied by Deborah Ross who been quite accurately is referring to is AOC issues are AOC and see. Okay, that's what the deal.

That's why you have to run against that yes indeed it is adeno for adeno ADI and A4 for Dena for Looking at the website save our economy address federal funding issues, which is a CFO thinking through issues instead of just telling us what we want to hear, protect our freedom and constitutional rights. You actually without knowing that I teach. The Constitution handed me a copy of the Constitution is initiated and a shirt defend our children and public education.

So in terms of being out there and speaking to voters and events and stuff are you finding here locally a dinar, the hottest issues in and how do you speak and yeah I think education is a big issue and I think education is something that it doesn't really matter what party you are. If you're a parent and you love your children it's affecting you and I think that where the government didn't know when you know like the devil doesn't want to slow down ways they kids. They went after the kids. They didn't stop, and that was it a turning point for just all communities know and if you know in district 2 and just doing what's right. You know a lot of people like you look at. I mean really right now like were being suppressed and oppressed and our freedom of speech just doesn't yet exist. If it's what you if you're writing what they want right and I think that if you mess people's freedom of speech that also. Especially, I mean, it doesn't matter like I had an event this past Saturday and one of my speakers you know she was a Democrat and her and I met at church. She sat in front of me. I didn't know what party she was. She's no party I was. We both love God and we went there and we were singing and sometimes I cry living. Some like God. What is going on outside these doors. Like, and so after the event. We talked and we connected in the munition to love so sure. Being a motivational speaker and I was like oh my gosh I want to talk about hope and faith. I think hope is the last thing we lose we can lose it in faith. We need it so that we let the spirit get out of our system and after we spoke for like an hour like over the phone at night.

She does yeah I'm actually a registered Democrat, but I stand with you hundred percent because I believe in freedom of speech I believe and what you stand for and I support you 100% and I love my kids and education as were literally the things that were important to her. So take at the end of the day if what questions and we love God not of this other distraction like none of it matters little things all become kind of a common language back in history. Those are kind of the common principles that the nation was founded on. And that's the language we have to get back to us, like the Tower of Babel. Nobody know we can't understand each other. Both sides don't communicate. Not that I'm done talking about compromising up. Talk about communication and because we don't have any common language on a common Judeo-Christian ethic and now we don't even have a common language in terms of foundational principles, freedom, equality, I say equality and that's going to trigger some people and an opportunity and I'm I'm really encouraged that that's occurred between you two is based on some basic principles that can agree on and that we both stand strong gun when great. Yeah so I think that if you put those in front and if we lead with faith and we like this don't allow the distractions to get in the way. There's nothing the devil dislikes more than when his plan shattered and that's his plane shattered.

I mean like we literally stand strong together just like we do belong this unity. Yeah right in the car. You don't need to hate each other.

We don't need to, you know, like bash each other our political parties like I'll listen to you listen to me like America was built not on communism. Not one party like we were built on having a Democratic Party right Republican Party. It just so happened the Democratic Party is the one they chose first. That's exactly right. So okay so education. What also some oppositions for you education so that when I look at like my run for office is the bottom line of our education and our economy are the two that we need to save if we don't have people going to save this to we can't really fight for freedom and when I think about like those to saving the bottom line would ultimately save our freedom because our freedom is only going to be taken away by our economy be destroyed across the board like education, economy, our children basically being indoctrinated and taught CRT versus their own rights Constitution restoration training on in our freedom being taken. So for me I'm a big Constitution pressure. I always have pocket constitutions in my bag as a people. Look, we all know the Constitution exist, but to even know our rights. Academy fight for our rights and we don't know are what you don't know if you don't have it yet, so that's a big thing for me is like everybody is raising their hand and saying freedom and wait a minute you know the First Amendment.

Can you tell me what it is you know and so I'm very big on like my fan. Everybody got a pocket Constitution. I want people to educate themselves and not just listen to like social media look, millennial, I get it.

I've got Instagram, but I'm actually not really millennial like I don't understand tick-tock and all that other stuff but today was human right and we want what's popular. Whatever. But the moment you could just like for second step away and say look, I went to read the Constitution today are not to read what's on tick-tock right then slowly but surely were going.

I learned like hey we have the power we the people, then the government. We the people then delete and that is like my big thing and I've only stood very strong. I might like beliefs and I never like I just really sad enough you start on my Facebook my pledge to the people inside no matter who turns against me. No matter how many times I fail as long as I stand up for what's right like Sophie show said wenches going after the Nazis stand for what you believe and even if that means you're standing alone, because at the end of the day. If you have God with you like you got all the force you need to win if you're doing the right thing. You are than away so that's a big you know how difficult is it to run a primary when running against two other people that are also the Republican Party, Republican, but if they were one of my opponents. You know, I didn't expect to have a primary I'll say that I did not expect that it was like I was going down the road. Everything was always just or two down the river. Yes and handed over the report.

I think it's me and AOC. Let's get right and then all of a sudden out of nowhere.

You know what all this redistricting like blue jazz happened. I was like well like to other people and neither one of them live in this county. By the way, like they do not live in wake County. One lives in Harnett County. One is in Chatham County said that was a ready like okay what kind of a public servant actually possibly be in a community you serve. But serving your community right exactly so having a primary like for me right now is like the appetizer to the main meal at this point is what I look at it as I think Max is a nice guy like I think he genuinely loves freedom. I have nothing negative to say about him except that he doesn't live in this county and doesn't have financial experience in my other partner. However, Christine. I've got a lot say about her, but there's a few debates planned yeah and that's good for me like I don't care if you're Republican or Democrat. If I see that you are not doing what you're supposed to. I will destroy the letter so you go to get in and have a conversation.

That's why debates are so important and I know how long it took me to get a debate schedule you but it is not willing to do that tells you everything you need to know if they send their surrogate campaign manager was no forget you gotta be willing to stand up and have a conversation. We have a 30 my gosh how do you do live radio or take phone calls are like callers on Michael, you learn how to have a dialogue in exactly the bill of think FB will think on your feet have to be articulate and make your point in the Rush Limbaugh, God bless him and his rule was any kind of a liberal calls and you don't interrupt him. You just let them talk lenders to figure out the just destroy themselves. Anyway, thanks for calling and and that's it. And so, how do how can people.

How should people approach a primary like this one and we can talk about North Carolina congressional district to yeah it's very important and I tell people we need to make sure it won't by now.

Hopefully you register properly right and you can show up to vote. It doesn't matter. Like how you feel about 20 to funny how you feel about election like you. You need to show up and vote, but more so like I'm seeing it on social media like it's very easy to sell yourself as a good person as a Christian person actually as a you know whatever, but like research our history like Google us if we have nothing beyond our like right like it if there's nothing on us. I just living a normal life, then maybe you might be a little skeptical and dig deeper, run a background check on us like it's easy to do. I tell because our lie detector test will be debate. I don't care. The people are fed up and nothing, and I'm fed up. So I think people need to literally go to that level. Do not check anyone's name off because you see a nice commercial because I've got many nice commercials are but how do you know legit. Do your research and make sure that everything I say you can validate the list and when I get elected to U.S. Congress accountability will be like for everyone. If you are there in office. If you're in office now. We need to hold him accountable because if I say that I'm gonna do what I when I do that I should be held all honorable that I'm gonna do what I'm going to go yet when you're in and if you don't live up to that you will rue the day that you met me fine because I'll be like.

I know if you not she was on the show. She said that she has experienced. But she's that's a whole number in the bargain. Yet when pushback on big thinkers like election integrity were very focused on it. We need candidate integrity as well. Alright so district to hear in wake County. We thought we talked briefly, briefly, and mostly were just like, write it off so but it's this is November 2022 and then the most credible observation of our nation but I would say Deborah Ross because of the train wreck that is the Democrat party. The Biden presidency by Obama.

She's vulnerable and she's so easy she will not debate Magan, TX. I will destroy her, but more so than that everything she stands for is absolutely has nothing. There's no substance to it and the things like I look at her videos now know Mike I Little League I just laugh. Unlike less your heart like a trial really hard like like I'm in wake County and then I'm like you know taken 10.7 million every other whatever and doing nothing good with it. So take. She's gonna lose like there's there's not like she is my target. She's going to be destroyed but I did. Together these primates I need voters to show up any people tell me you know deliver yard signs volunteer volunteer grassroots like were going to win, but we got it together. You gotta do it together and get past Umea and then put almost all the efforts in the Deborah Ross I believe she is right. The fall because the whole Democrat party ready to fall in the context that risk to take advantage of you have to take advantage of it enough for a VIN area for Gina for Congress. And now I am an inmate I can be Deborah Ross. Yes, no, we don't need any more wallflowers, more so than the weather talk about you. So if you think so much for coming to appreciate your very welcome. I'll be back again tomorrow so much to talk about them so little time. But God willing to give them an like my dad always used to say never for another program powered by the Truth Network

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