February 11, 2021

February 11, 2021

On Thursday’s Mark Levin show, Calling Donald Trump the “great betrayer” negates all the betrayals of Presidents Woodrow Wilson and FDR. Wilson was extremely racist, even by the standards of his time. The racist behavior of this man set back race relations by a hundred years. FDR’s internment of Americans of Japanese descent was appalling. Also, the Lincoln Project has raised $90M and only one third has gone to making ads, the remainder has been divided by the founders of the organization and subcontracted consultancies that they control, according to the Associated Press. One founder, John Weaver, is facing multiple allegations of sexual harassment. They focus on Trump and ignore the crisis in their own organization. Later, a significant number of individuals want to contort the Constitution so that they can impeach a private citizen. Using their logic, former presidents and the deceased can be impeached as well. Of course, this is not what the framers intended which is why the impeachment clause is so unambiguous. Afterward, Andrew Cuomo aide admits that they hid nursing home data so feds wouldn’t find out. This is called a cover-up. Dr. Elaine Healy who called this program to shed light on this issue deserves a freedom award.

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AP
How a leading anti-Trump group ignored a crisis in its ranks

Vox
Woodrow Wilson was extremely racist — even by the standards of his time (2015)

Daily Caller
‘Pretty Damning’: Lisa Murkowski And Lindsey Graham React To New Capitol Riot Footage

NY Times
How Right-Wing Radio Stoked Anger Before the Capitol Siege

NY Post
NY Times defends ‘1619 Project’ creator after she doxxed another reporter

Hollywood Reporter
Leonardo DiCaprio, Ava DuVernay and More Stars Call on Biden to Shut Down Dakota Access Pipeline

NY Post
Cuomo aide admits they hid nursing home data so feds wouldn’t find out

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Rough transcript of Hour 1

Hour 1 Segment 1

I’m sure a lot of Americans are ignoring this this asinine event in the United States Senate. Most Americans, most of you you’re working or your family to take care of or. God knows what’s going on in your lives, but this is not. And this is a propaganda event now aimed at blaming Donald Trump for the violence that took place. It’s that simple and he’s not to blame for any of the violence that took place. But all those who hate Trump, the Democrat Party, the media that never trump the rhinos, they’re all in this. Because it’s considered to their advantage. And they’re smearing all of us and they’re attacking all of us. It’s not going to work. More on that later. Got a lot to cover. Three hours is normally not enough, but we do our best here. I was shocked. And yet there it is in the associated depressed. A piece about this group called the Lincoln Project. By Steve Peoples and Brian Disko. And I want you to hear about this. This is the group that runs. Really the most abusive types of ads that Kimmich character assassination. And just an appalling bunch of a holes, quite frankly. How a leading anti Trump group ignored a crisis in its ranks and of course, they’re talking about the Lincoln Project. Last year, June, the Lincoln Project was on a high led by several prominent former Republican consultants. Well, that’s overstating it. It’s slickly produced ads attacking President Trump made it perhaps the best known of the so-called Never Trump Organization’s. The group tried to claim a high moral ground in an effort to purge Trump from the GOP. Money flowed in by the tens of millions of dollars from donors eager to help. But within the organization, a crisis was brewing. In June, 20, 20 members of the organization’s leadership were informed in writing and in subsequent phone calls of at least 10 specific allegations of harassment against co-founder John Weaver, including two involving Lincoln Project employees, according to multiple people with direct knowledge of the situation. The email and phone calls raise questions about the Lincoln Project Statement last month that it was shocked when accusations service surfaced publicly this year. It’s also the first known suggestion that we retargeted a Lincoln Project staffer. Now, despite the early warning, the group took no action against Weaver and press forward with its high profile work for the collection of GOP consultants and former officials being anti, Trump was becoming very good for business. Of the 90 million the Lincoln Project raised, more than 50 million has gone to the firms controlled by the group’s leaders. There’s no evidence that the Lincoln Project buried the allegations against Weaver for business reasons, but taken together the harassment allegations and new revelations about spending practices raised significant questions about the management of one of the highest profile antagonists of Trump. The revelations threaten the stature of not just the Lincoln Project, but the broader coalition of establishment oriented Republican groups working to excite Trump from the party ain’t going to happen. Never going to happen. Wouldn’t be prudent. Lincoln Project co-founder Steve Schmidt. Now, that guy’s the slime is to the slime balls insisted that he and the rest of the group’s leadership were not aware of any internal allegations of wrongdoing involving Weaver. Well, let’s hope. That the people who were abused. And used bring one civil suit after another, and then Mr. Schmidt can tell his story under oath. Quote, No Lincoln Project employ interns or contractors ever made an allegation of inappropriate communication about John Weaver that would have triggered an investigation by H.R., H.R. or by an outside employment council? Schmidt said, in other words, no human being ever made an allegation about any inappropriate sexualised communications about John Weaver ever, quote unquote. Those kinds of statements are very useful in depositions, Mr. Peterson. Weaver declined to comment for this story, but in a statement released late last month, the accuracy generally acknowledged misconduct and apologized. To the men I made uncomfortable through messages that I viewed as consensual mutual conversations at the time, I’m truly sorry they were inappropriate. It was because of my feelings that this discomfort was brought on you. The Lincoln Project, launched in November twenty nineteen, is a super PAC that allowed its leaders to raise and spend unlimited sums of money. Its founders represent a who’s who of prominent Republican strategists on cable television. Including Schmidt and Reed Galen, both former advisers to John McCain, conservative attorney George Conway. Former New Hampshire GOP chair Jennifer Horn, Florida based veteran political ad maker, Rick, what happened to my teeth? Nelson and Weaver has long advised former Ohio Governor John Kasich. How do you like that? Backed by its founders commanding social media presence, the organization quickly attracted a massive following a Trump. Critics in both parties had exceeded even its founders expectations. Since its creation, the Linkov project has raised 90 million dollars, but only about a third of the money, roughly 27 million, directly paid for advertisements that aired on broadcast and cable or appeared online during the twenty twenty campaign, according to an analysis of the campaign finance disclosures and data from the ad tracking firm Kantar CMAG. That leaves tens of millions of dollars that went toward expenses like production costs overhead and exorbitant consulting fees collected by members of the group. Quote, It raises questions about where the rest of the money ultimately went, said Brendan Fisher, an attorney with the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center in Washington. Generally speaking, you’d expect to see a major super PAC spend a majority or more of their money on advertisements, and that’s not what happened here. I think maybe the criminal division of the Justice Department should look into this. The problem is, of course, the Justice Department is now controlled by. Criminals, at least political hacks. The vast majority of the cash was split among consulting firms controlled by its founders. Including about 27 million paid to a small firm, control by Gaylen and another twenty one million paid to a boutique firm run by former Lincoln Project member Ron Saslow, that would be slow. Campaign finance disclosures show. But in many cases, it’s difficult to tell how many how much members of the group are paid. That’s because the Lincoln Project adopted a strategy much like the Trump campaign they criticized to mask how much money they earned. While several firms did collect payments, Weaver and Wilson are not listed in publicly available records, they were likely paid as subcontractors to those firms, an arrangement that avoids disclosure. See how sleazy these guys are. Schmitt collected a one point five dollars million payment in December, but quickly returned it. I don’t know. Hey, I don’t know if I should keep trying to give this back. Oh, my goodness. I may lose my gig on MSL station and I’m going to give this money back. He’s kind of curlee of the Three Stooges, don’t you think, Mr. Producer? We put. We fully comply with the law, Schmidt said. The Lincoln Project will be delighted to open its books for audit immediately after the trump card. This is see, this is this is what sleazeballs done has nothing to do with the Trump campaign. The focus is on you. Low IQ immediately after the Trump campaign at all affiliated super PACs do so explaining the cash flow, the nearly 700 million that flowed through their organization controlled by Brad Paskeville and Jared Kushner. All right. When you deflect like that. When you don’t have to deflect like that, that does raise serious questions about whether you even believe the beast that you’re putting out. I think the relevant United States attorney should start issuing subpoenas and look into this. Maybe impanel a grand jury, maybe bring friendly some of these boys in front of the grand jury. And let’s see if they have definitive statements to make. The Lincoln Project parted with one co-founder, Horn, last week, claiming in an unusual public statement that she was seeking a quarter of a million signing bonus and a forty thousand dollars a month consulting contract. You see, Trump made these people rich. This is why they can’t let Trump go. This is why the media can’t let Trump go because of the rates they charge advertisers, because of the ratings. This is why the Democrats can’t let Trump go, because we would focus on their Marxist agenda, which would drag down their ratings. Horne said that she left following revelations of Weaver’s grotesque behavior and divergent views with existing leadership about how to move forward. More likely John Wilkes Booth project when you say. Public records reveal that the unexpected success of the Hlinka project has extended a lifeline to some founders who spent much of their past decade under financial distress. Oh, do tell. And I will when we come back. And I’ll be right back.

Hour 1 Segment 2

Let’s continue. The Associated Press does an annual exam of the Lincoln Project over the past decade. Rick Weaver has repeatedly failed to pay taxes. Did you know that, Mr. Madison? Defaulted on loans and faced lawsuits from creditors seeking to collect, isn’t that the guy that yukked it up with Deliman about the average Trump supporter? Isn’t that the guy? No, that’s a different guy. Weaver is the one who’s accused of these perverse activities, I guess in October he paid off three hundred and thirteen thousand and banked back taxes excuse me, owed to the IRS dating back to 2011. You see, this was a cash cow for these guys. A separate case in Texas is still pending over three hundred and forty thousand dollars back rent his family owes after shuttering a children’s boutique they operated, records show. Others use the money earned during their time with the Lincoln Project to refinance homes or purchase a new one. Schmidt purchased a one point four million dollar mountain Modern Custom Home Kamas, Utah, with five bedrooms, seven bass and a stunning view of the mountains, according to property records and real estate listings. He’s currently. Trying to resell that home for two point nine million. Boy, Trump’s been good for these guys. But as money flowed into the group, multiple people with direct knowledge said allegations against Weaver were repeatedly raised inside the organization long before leaders acknowledge them publicly in late January. Those with knowledge insisted on anonymity in order to disclose private communications. Last June, someone working for the Lincoln Project, Peyrol sent an email to Stessel, one of the organization’s co-founders, detailing numerous cases of sexual harassment involving Weaver that spanned several years. Well, the AP has not seen the email. Its contents were confirmed by four people who had directly seen it, Schmidt. That would be Steve Schmidt did not confirm the existence of the email, saying only that if one existed, it was not shared with anyone on the organization’s board or leadership. But multiple people familiar with the situation say that Stessel immediately raised the email Gailen, who helped manage day to day operations at the time, and the Lincoln Project’s corporate counsel, Matthew Sanderson, Stessel also encouraged his colleagues to remove Weaver from the organization. Where was Steve Schmidt? Many have a blackout or something, those allegations and others were discussed on subsequent phone calls with organization leaders in June and August, and employees were assured that the alleged incidents would be investigated. Weaver went out on medical leave in August, but as the presidential campaign moved into the summer and fall, there was no formal resolution. The Washington Blade reported earlier this week details of another set of internal communications over the summer indicating that Lincoln Project leaders were aware of allegations against Weaver and preparing to respond to media reports. The allegations against Weaver followed a similar pattern in which the 61 year old married father of two would allegedly sent private messages to young gay men on Twitter. They often began with references to work before shifting to things like their personal appearances without workout routines and favorite sexual positions. At least two Lincoln Project employees were targeted last year, including an intern who was finishing law school and a communications staffer. There’s no allegation of physical conduct contact, rather. George Conway, one of the group’s co-founders, said Thursday that he had not received anything of value for his Lincoln project work and he denied knowledge of last summer’s internal discussions. Sounds like the dumbest of them all, doesn’t he, Mr. Producer? No one ever told me these complaints being made to the Lincoln project and the first I ever heard that we may have done anything questionable were rumors I heard well after the election and long after I ceased active involvement with the organization. I see. Well, very, very interesting. Very, very interesting. To amazing how these clowns in Washington make money, it’s amazing how they exercise power. There’s George Conway, apparently the dumbest of the dumb. All this stuff swirling around the organization’s e-mails, messages, people making millions paying off their debt, buying new homes and all. George, he’s just doing it as a matter of principle. You see just a matter of principle, really, as a matter of principle. Well, I think what you did to your wife was about as unprincipled as it gets. Perhaps you’re the biggest sleazeball to punch George. I’ll be right back.

Hour 1 Segment 3

Was the greatest betrayer of the presidency in history, we’re hearing this from the left. I mean, this remaining MacCarthy. Does the greatest betrayer. The American people in history. Former federal prosecutor and others. They have no evidence for any of these kinds of. Outrageous statements. But it is interesting, isn’t it? So. Is the greatest betrayer of any president in history also shows the extent to which these people are illiterate when it comes to American history. Woodrow Wilson, this is Vox, a left wing site, talking about a left wing president, Woodrow Wilson was extremely racist, even by the standards of his time. Now, keep in mind now. McCarthy and others think Trump. Not Wilson and I could mention others was the greatest betrayer of his office. For giving a speech, you see. They’re questioning the election. Dylan Matthews. A group of Princeton students stormed the offices of President Christopher Eisgruber, now this is Back Away’s 2015. To demand the Woodrow Wilson’s name be removed from all programs and buildings at the university. It’s a big ask. Princeton has an entire school, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, named after Wilson, who served as university president from 02 to 1910 before his time in the White House. It also has Wilson College, a residential college for undergrads. But what is it about Wilson? Leaving aside the broader question of whether Wilson’s name should be removed, let’s be clear on one thing. Woodrow Wilson was, in fact, a racist pig. He was a racist by current standards and he was a racist by the standards of the 1910s, a period widely acknowledged by historians as the nater, a post civil war. Race relations in the United States. Easily the worst part of Wilson’s record as president was his overseeing the resegregation, the resegregation of multiple agencies of the federal government, which had been surprisingly integrated as a result of reconstruction decades earlier. At an April 11, 1913, cabinet meeting, Postmaster General Albert Burlison argued for segregating the railway mail service. He took exception to the fact that workers share glasses, towels and watch rooms. Wilson offered no objection to Brassens plan for segregation, saying they, quote, he wished the matter adjusted in a way to make the least friction, unquote. Both Burlison and Treasury Secretary William McAdoo took Wilson’s comments as authorization to segregate the Department of Treasury in the post office department, both introduced, screened off workplaces, separate lunch rooms and separate bathrooms. In a 1913 open letter to Wilson, WBB Dubois, who had supported Wilson in the 1912 election before being disenchanted by his segregationist policies, wrote of, quote, one colored clerk who could not actually be segregated on account of the nature of his work and who consequently had a cage built around him to separate him from his white companions of many years. These Democrats in their cages. Mr. Producer. That’s right, black people who couldn’t logically be segregated were put in literal cages. Andy McCarthy. Outright dismissals were also common upon taking office. Wilson himself fired 15 out of 17 black supervisors in the federal service and replaced them with white people. After the Treasury and post office began segregating, many black workers were let go. The head of the Internal Revenue Division in Georgia fired all of his black employees, saying there are no government positions for Negroes in the South and Negroes place is in the cornfield. To enable hiring discrimination going forward in 1914, the federal government, that is Wilson began requiring photographs on job applications. In 1914, a group of black professionals led by newspaper editor and Harvard alumnus Monroe Trotter, met with Wilson to protest the segregation. Wilson informed Trotter, quote, Segregation is not humiliating, but a benefit and ought to be so regarded by you gentlemen, unquote. When Trotter insisted that it’s untenable in the view of established facts to maintain that the segregation is simply to avoid race friction for the simple reason that for 50 years, he said, white and colored clerks have been working together in peace and harmony and friendliness. Wilson admonished him for his tone. Quote, If this organization is ever to have another hearing before me, it must have another spokesman. Your manner offends me, your tone with its background of passion. It’s worth stressing that Wilson’s policies were racist, even for his time, Presidents Teddy Roosevelt and William Howard Taft have been much better about appointing black statesmen to public office. And other political figures, including whites, attacked Wilson’s moves toward segregation. The influential pro civil rights journalist Oswal Garrison Villard wrote that the Wilson administration, quote, is allied itself with the forces of reaction, put itself on the side of every torture, every oppressor, every perpetrator of racial injustice in the south or the north. He further attacked it for its political stupidity. The administration has put into the hands of the Republican Party an issue which, if they had the sense to use it, may be just the touchstone they are seeking. Villard was taken seriously by the White House, which tried to court him on the issue and offered hints that it might be changing its tone. He met with Milson Wilson and corresponded with them on racial issues numerous times. But the segregationist policies were never reversed. Some Republicans seized upon the issue, though it wasn’t the political game changer that Villard hoped it would be. Congressman John J. Rogers of Massachusetts introduced resolutions urging investigation of treatment of Negro employees in the Treasury and post office departments, historian Nancy Weiss writes. But both measures died in committee without gaining so much as a hearing. Wilson’s racism, even extended to foreign affairs, might have been customary to appoint black ambassadors to Haiti and Santo Domingo, now the Dominican Republic. Wilson didn’t do that either. At the Razzy convention in 1919, Wilson helped kill a proposal from Japan, calling for the treaty to recognize the principle of racial equality. I don’t know, it’s racial equity anyway, while 11 out of 17 members at the meeting, considering the amendment favored it, Wilson, who was presiding, arbitrarily decided the amendment had had been defeated because the vote wasn’t unanimous. This wasn’t an actual rule that the proceedings were operating under. A simple majority was enough to decide that the League of Nations excuse me, was enough to decide. And let’s see, I lost my place. Nonetheless. Wilson had been governor of New Jersey when he became president in 1913, but he’d been born in Virginia and raised in Georgia and South Carolina. He was a historian, William Cayler notes the first Southerner elected the presidency, said Zachary Taylor. In 1848, Southern racists accordingly rejoiced his election. And it goes on and on and on, Wilson himself as the descendant of Confederate soldiers and identify deeply with the lost cause narrative of which the Confederacy was a government, a noblemen trying to preserve a decent agrarian way of life against crude northern industrialists rather than a separatist movement premised on white supremacy. Historian Wesley Moody describes Wilson’s most famous book as an academic, a history of the American People as steeped in lost cause mythology. I assume he would be banned by Twitter today when he must reduce. The book was generally sympathetic to the Ku Klux Klan, describing them as men half outlawed, denied the suffrage without hope of justice in the courts, who meant to take this means to make their will felt. This means being violent and intimidation against black people. The following quote from the book even made it this way into the birth of a nation, D.W. Griffith’s infamous feature valorizing in the Ku Klux Klan as saviors of the South. This quote from Woodrow Wilson. The white men were roused by a mere instinct of self-preservation until at last there it sprung into existence a gray Ku Klux Klan. A venerable empire of the South to protect the southern country, unquote, and it goes on and on and on the racist comments and behavior of this man. Who? Bad race relations and integration for 100 years. And yet individuals, the likes of McCarthy and others say that Donald Trump. Was the great betrayer. Donald Trump was the great betrayer. His opposition to the results of the election, his speech on January six, there was Donald Trump. Who must have worked, I guess, with the militant violent militia types, telling them to organize before the protest, telling them to arm themselves before the protest? Telling them to break into the Capitol building before the protest. Donald Trump incited these people, you see. But Donald Trump didn’t do any of that. None of it. Donald Trump directed 10000 National Guardsmen to be on call, they were never called up. By local authorities or even Congress had the power to do so. Never did it. Donald Trump had no idea what was about to happen. The FBI knew. It’s even possible Nancy Pelosi now it’s even possible Mitch McConnell to at least warned that there are grave threats at the Capitol building. There’s no evidence whatsoever that Donald Trump knew any of it. The great betrayer. We hear this from a former federal prosecutor, among others. What kind of prosecutor no offense, I’m not trying to be personal, but if they’re going to make public statements. And if they’re going to try and destroy Donald Trump. And push a narrative. Then we need to pursue this, we need to look into this. We’ve had some really, really lousy presidents. But you’re going to hold up Donald Trump and that speech. Which has been used by the Russia collusion crowd. Which has been used by the they Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer crowd. Who’ve never had an honest day in their lives. As fact, as fact. And use that to not only try and destroy. Donald Trump of Mar a Lago. But apparently. Apparently. Men like Woodrow Wilson not give them a pass, but give them a pass as the great Petraeus. This is the problem. This is the problem in promoting. The comments and arguments of individuals. Who don’t have any freaking idea what they’re talking about. I’ll be right back.

Hour 1 Segment 4

Now, ladies and gentlemen, next hour I’m going to begin the process here on the Mark Levin Show of building a list, not a complete list. Clearly an impartial list of individuals who are out of office and some of whom are even dead. Who should be impeached and tried by the United States Senate? What do you think, Mr. Producer. I’m going to start this process, then some clever journalist or columnist will pick up on it, that’s OK. But I I’ve been giving this a lot of thought. I think I’m persuaded by Chuck Schumer, Schumer, now, Cooper, whatever. Chuck Cooper. My friend Ted. The Democrats, the media, I am persuaded now. That you can impeach people who’ve left office. And try them. And prevent them from running again. It’s a matter of fact, to make their logical assertion, there’s nothing in the Constitution that prevents Congress from impeaching and trying get people right, Mr. Brusic. So we want to impeach Woodrow Wilson, do we not? We want to remove him from office, do we not? We want to make sure he can never run again, don’t we, Rich? So in addition to impeaching and trying. Woodrow Wilson. There’s arguments that could be made about Franklin Roosevelt with his treatment of Japanese Americans and Jewish refugees and his abuse of power using the IRS and the FBI and so forth and so on, we must not tolerate such betrayal. Of the American people. And so they must be posthumously impeached and tried, but then there are individuals who are actually living. So I would argue need to be impeached and tried by the Senate. Received their scarlet letter. And make sure they can never run again, even though they probably have no intention of running again. Doesn’t matter what they intend, right? So we’ll take a look at that next hour. Now, ladies and gentlemen, as I said on Hannity’s show last night on Fox. As I said. This is one of the stupidest events in all of American history, this trial. By probably the stupidest people ever to serve in Congress. Stupid, stupid people. Introducing videos of the attack on the capital, you know what that proves, that proves the capital was attacked by the people in the video. It doesn’t prove anything beyond that. Nothing. It’s inadmissible. It’s inflammatory. And yet, Lisa Murkowski. And her 13 IQ points. We’re very persuaded by this. Cassidy of Louisiana. Was sitting on the edge of his chair. Unbelievable. Oh, but did you see one of the stooges, I mean, one of the House Democrat impeachment managers introduced graphics? Of what was presented in affidavits that some of the criminal defendants that their lawyers put together and the defendants signed. Well, we all know that’s a fact, we all know that’s truth, we all know that’s evidence, don’t we, Mr. Bemusing? That’s not self-serving. It’s direct evidence of nothing. That’s inadmissable to. We’ve had three days of inadmissible stuff thrown at senators who are mostly too stupid to know. All the talk, all the videos, all the graphics. There’s no link, nothing whatsoever. Zero, hello, hell, nothing. Not to mention that we have a rogue house, rogue House managers, rogue senators and a rogue Senate because the Senate is conducting activity, it has absolutely no authority to conduct. So the great irony and the stupidity is the Senate is claiming to uphold the Constitution while the Senate is undermining the Constitution. Now, who should be impeached and tried? Who’s no longer in public office? I’ve got a few ideas. I’ll be right back. From the Westwood One podcast network. He’s here he’s here now broadcasting from the underground command post, deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker, somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we’ve once again made contact with our leader, Mark. Hello, America, I’m Mark Levin, our number eight seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one. We have a significantly a significant number of individuals who want the Constitution to say that we can impeach and try. And punish in constitutional ways people who’ve already left office. Now, this is absurd on its face. They have absolutely no support from this. In any of the original documents at the time, nothing. And so they look at British common law or they twist words around or they move commas and all the rest. The usual hocus pocus. But I’m thinking, OK, if that’s the way things work. There is some living individuals today who served in high public office who need to be impeached. The next time there’s a Republican majority in the House that has the guts to actually do it. And they need to be tried, as we all know, sole power of impeachment is with the House, and once they impeach, the Senate must try. We know this Chuck Cooper told us this. And so that’s the way it is. The wise small men have spoken. Barack Obama. Unconstitutionally. Unleashed investigations. Against reporters in this country. Including reporters who work for The New York Times, the Associated Press and Fox News. They monitored the conversations of a number of these reporters. They gather information about their sources. You never heard a single objection to this from the media themselves or from his party, nothing. We never did get to the bottom of that, did we? The only presidents to really treat the media the way Obama did and by the way, no such thing happened under Donald Trump, even though the media had him. The other presidents have conducted themselves this way, are gone now. Lyndon Johnson. John Kennedy. Franklin Roosevelt. Nixon, but Nixon was punished. The others were not. And so I guess we would have to ask these constitutional scholars, so-called. Can we impeach and try individuals who are no longer with us? The Constitution doesn’t say you can’t. But let’s get back to this. So why shouldn’t we bring Barack Milhouse Benita Obama back? Impeach him. And try him. For his attack. Not his verbal attack. But his use of the instrumentalities of federal law enforcement against private media, why should we not have that kind of an impeachment hearing and in fact, an impeachment? Why should Barack Obama not be placed on trial? I think it’s a very important question. We have a former secretary of state, she goes by the name of Hillary Rodham Clinton. Hillary Rodham Clinton, we’ve now learned as a candidate, was involved in funding. Through a money laundering scheme, if you will, through Perkins Coie, their bagman. Fusion GPS that is funding a former Russian spy to produce. A dossier like the old Soviet Union that was used widely. To try and undermine candidate Trump, President elect Trump and President Trump. That’s just one charge, second charge is she said that Trump is an illegitimate president, that he colluded with Russia, we now all know that’s a lie. We now know that’s a lie. And thirdly, she advised candidate Biden. To do not accept defeat, even if he’s defeated. So she made comments that were inciting, she undermined our electoral system. And she gave aid and comfort to the enemy. I’m just saying those could be three impeachment charges against now Hillary Clinton, who has obviously left office. She’s no longer in public office, but she is, according to the geniuses, she’s subject to impeachment and she’s subject to trial and she’s subject to the consequences of a trial. So there’s two right off the bat. But there’s a third one that I can think of right off the top of my head. He now sits as president of the United State. You see, we now know as vice president of the United States. Joe Biden was the master halfwit and respects. Behind the unlawful pursuit of Michael Flynn. It was Joe Biden who came up with the Logan Act. As a pretext. To unleash a full scale criminal investigation against. General Flynn. He lied. We are and we also all know the Logan Act is it’s a dead letter. But Biden was behind it. Should not Biden facing at least one impeachment charge based on the time when he was vice president of the United States, should he not be tried by the Senate? I mean, I think what the what the House needs to do is have a permanent impeachment committee. Now, what the Senate needs to do is have a permanent trial committee so they can start organizing these things like the French Revolution. We can just start bringing them through one after another, one after that. I mean, after all, the framers didn’t say you couldn’t they didn’t say you couldn’t, you know, and it’s self executing and all that. And I looked at not only British history, I looked at French history and look at that. They had guillotines and everything else. And what about that? Why even have a trial? Constitution doesn’t say what kind of trial. You saw what happened in impeachment in the House. What’s his name? Donald Trump. OK, guilty, send him to the Senate. That’s pretty much what happened. They’re not even going through the steps. Of an acceptable trial process in the Senate. They’re watching videos. Violent videos of an attack on the Capitol building. Which goes to prove that there were violent attacks on the Capitol building. That’s all it proves. They’re putting in statements from affidavits that defense lawyers had the criminal defendants sign. Which blame their criminal action allegedly on the president of the United States speech, he was sending me signals, he sent me signals. Signals. Oh, yes, we know what he meant. Any lawyer would bring that up in a court of law. They’d lose their license, but it’s the Senate and we all know the Senate has different standards. And it’s political, it’s a political show trial, that’s all. But the Constitution says, no, no, no, no, you can try him, you can you can do anything you need to do, even though he’s no longer in office. It’s OK. But it doesn’t it doesn’t matter. OK. OK. And there’s another reason to impeach Vice President Joe Biden. And that’s all the corruption that existed in his family, you know, the Democrats, if Joe Biden had been a Republican, would be all over Biden and his family. He would have been impeached a long time ago. And so Joe Biden needs to be impeached. From the vice presidency, well, he’s no longer there, but hey, hey, don’t look at me, I’m just telling you what they’re out there saying right now. Laugh at them. Don’t laugh at me. Joe Biden, former vice president, current president, should be impeached for what Joe Biden and his family did when Joe Biden was vice president, get it? Yes, I do. Then we can remove them from the vice presidency, Mr. Bush, does he understand what I’m saying? And once we remove them from the vice presidency, we can prevent him from ever running from office again, which means, I suppose he’s an illegitimate president. We’ve got to ask. We have to ask former law professor law professor emeritus Laurence Tribe. You’ll have insight, he can explain it to us or this guy, Tramon Linsky, or whatever the hell his name is, so we can ask him out there on the West Coast. Everybody goes to him for own constitutional insight. Sure we can. And there’s so many others. We just need to start making our list. And dragging them before the house and then dragged them in front of the Senate, pulled them out of their private lives, make them stand, make them face their accusations, the accusations and their accusers, bring them back. Stand in the well. I could see this man this this could get very interesting and. No, it shouldn’t. I’m doing this to underscore. How disgusting and stupid and outrageous this is. And the people who make comments and try to pretend this is what the framers intended and this is what the Constitution says are off their rocker. And what’s going on in the Senate today? Is humiliating to our Republican form of government and our constitutional order, it is humiliating. This is the stupidest Congress. And that’s saying something because there’s been a lot of stupid Congresses. This is a stupid show trial. It’s not even a kangaroo court, I like kangaroos. There are no rules of evidence or watch political. Yeah, we know. No serious rules of evidence, no serious standards, and then there’s and I’ll tell you how we know, because like Lisa Murkowski is a perfect barometer because she falls for it. I feel like they’ve made a very powerful argument over that powerful argument for what, you idiot? I’ll be right back.