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July 3, 2024 32 mins

Joe Concha fills in for the vacationing Sean and reflects on the recent polls showing President Trump pulling away in key battleground states like Georgia!  It's clear that, after the last debate, Americans are gravitating toward strong leaders and not incoherent, scary ones.  

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Speaker 1 (00:01):
Welcome everybody.

Speaker 2 (00:02):
Joe conca in for mister Hannity on this day before,
the day before July fourth. Wow, can you think of
a worse five days for the Democratic Party in like,
I don't know our.

Speaker 1 (00:15):
Lifetimes, think about everything that has happened.

Speaker 2 (00:19):
Obviously, there is that train wreck, that hot mental mess
meltdown by Joe Biden on Thursday night in Atlanta. I
was there and from here on end, just every day
they keep getting bad news. The party, does, the Biden campaign,
does MSNBC, does CNN?

Speaker 1 (00:39):
Does? I mean yesterday?

Speaker 2 (00:40):
Then it breaks that Oh well, it turns out that
Donald Trump does have immunity when acting in the capacity
of the presidency.

Speaker 1 (00:49):
Some immunity anyway, enough.

Speaker 2 (00:51):
To push that case off until after election day. So
bye bye Jack Smith, by by lawfair that's over. And
then the news today that Alvin Bragg Manhattan, Trump is
supposed to be sentenced on July eleventh. That's only nine
days from now and not gonna happen. This thing is
at least pushed out until the end of July. Any sentencing,

(01:11):
if it happens at all, because the case may be
toast because of the presidential immunity ruling by the Supreme
Court six ' three vote yesterday. That's how that came down.
So every day Democrats are seeing their world fall apart
in front of their eyes. First they saw it with

(01:31):
their president.

Speaker 1 (01:32):
Who they all knew.

Speaker 2 (01:34):
And by the way, if I got to hear one
more time, how shocked we all were when we saw
Joe Biden acting like that on stage.

Speaker 1 (01:43):
You were so surprised.

Speaker 2 (01:45):
The White House lied to us, No media, you lied
to us over and over again. Sean and I have
talked about it on TV, and we've talked about it
on this radio show, going back to before even the election,
go back to twenty nineteen, when Biden's talking about playing
the record player at night.

Speaker 1 (02:03):
To your kids.

Speaker 2 (02:04):
You're like, was that a sign maybe the basement that
whole campaign, was that a sign? Maybe this isn't a
sudden thing that oh, just in the past couple of weeks,
he's really gone downhill. We have multiple, multiple examples of
Joe Biden mangling the English language forgetting names of cabinet members,

(02:25):
shaking hands with Casper to friendly ghost on stage, shaking
hands with the air in essence, not knowing where to go,
falling off his bike, falling on stage, at a graduation
ceremony falling going upstairs. People usually fall going downstairs. Somehow
he falls going upstairs. Then they shrank the steps at
Air Force one, so it's now the baby steps. Then

(02:47):
Aids flanked him when he would walk from Marine One
up the south lawn into the White House, just so
you can't see the way he's walking. And now this
report that came out in Axios that this president is
excuse me, only mentally available from ten am to four pm.
That means we're three zho nine pm right now on
the East coast. We got fifty one more minutes before

(03:09):
it's night night to Joe Biden's brain, and he doesn't
come back online until ten am. And this is why
he spent more than forty percent of his presidency on vacation,
always in Delaware or Camp David. And we don't have
the visitors locked as far as who's going in and
out of those places and what exactly is happening at
that time. And Jill Biden, the first Lady, should be

(03:29):
the most ashamed person on the planet right now, because
while we only get to see glimpses of Biden, or
in the case of Thursday night, ninety minutes of hell.
But for the most part we see him here and there.
He shuffles in, he makes a statement, he shuffles out.
Jill Biden has been living with this guy for all
these years, and obviously at the White House as well,

(03:50):
and she has covered up more than anybody, and not
because she thinks Joe's the best guy for the job.
It's because maybe she's running the country without having to campaign,
without having get one vote, and maybe that power is
just too good for her, and that's why she does
not want Joe Biden to step aside. And now we're
hearing that Hunter Biden is like his top advisor, the
Ukrainian energy expert, the finger painter, the former and maybe

(04:17):
still perhaps because White House, you know, there was cocaine
near the situation room, crack addict. That guy, that's the
person advising the person who at this point, again we
got now forty nine more minutes before Joe Biden's brain
goes off at four pm. That that's the guy advising him,
Hunter oh Man. And here's the thing, given all of this,

(04:39):
why are we only talking about Joe Biden stepping aside
so someone else can be the Democratic nominee. He should resign.
There should be calls for him to absolutely resign. Today
you heard Scott Schendon at the beginning of this broadcast.
One hundred and twenty five days to election day. Then
you have about seventy seventy five days after that until
the inauguration, two hundred more days of this and Russia

(05:03):
and Ukraine and China, Iran, al Qaeda isis. I don't
know why through Ukraine in there, which just kind of
a natural, you know, reflex of saying Russia than Ukraine
right after.

Speaker 1 (05:12):
But you know what I mean, our enemies.

Speaker 2 (05:15):
They all saw that on Thursday night, and frank frankly,
they've been seeing it for some time. And I'm sure
when Biden has met with Jijianping or when he's met
with other leaders, they've seen it as well. But I
guess maybe they didn't want to say anything because well,
who knows why, because I don't know. In Ukraine's case,
for example, is Zelenski like's getting hundreds of billions of
dollars to keep a war going that five years from
now we're gonna be talking about how there's a stalemate

(05:37):
on the Eastern front in Ukraine. No movement by the Russians,
But the Ukrainians can't push him out either. This is
going to go on forever, so maybe they just like
those benefits there. But if you're Donald Trump right now,
you absolutely want Joe Biden to be your opponent, no question.
I think he beats everybody else anyway. In fact, I
could speak to that pull out today. See Ann showing

(05:59):
that Trump is up six points on Biden. I remember
twenty sixteen to twenty twenty, Trump didn't lean many poles, right,
so for him to be leading by six nationally, that
means you're baking in you know, heavy blue totals from California,
New York, Illinois. Then when you get to the state polling,
oh my goodness. I mean Trump is a big It's

(06:19):
like North Carolina. I don't even consider a swing state anymore.
He's up so big there, say you with Nevada. Nevada's gone,
George is gone, Arizona's gone. And then the three states
that Biden would have to sweep and maybe he has
a shot would be Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and now even
Gretchen Whitmer saying Michigan is unwinnable at this point. If
Biden can't win Michigan, this thing's over, especially with Trump

(06:42):
now up in New Jersey, in Virginia, in Minnesota, he's
tied in New Mexico.

Speaker 1 (06:49):
Trump and Biden are These are states.

Speaker 2 (06:51):
That you don't even they never even have met entered
the conversation in decades.

Speaker 3 (06:56):
Maine.

Speaker 1 (06:57):
Trump's up in New Hampshire now.

Speaker 2 (06:58):
At this point, and you think Joe Biden's nimble enough
to defend all those states and went back any of
those swing states I spoke about earlier. So if the
election were held today, this is nineteen eighty four all
over again. You could see Trump easily winning forty five,
forty six states. Maybe California holds out, but if New
Jersey goes, and you gotta believe that New York is

(07:18):
probably gone too, and that that's the state of this
race now at this point. But CN end us a
pulp and they say, hey, what if Trump was against
Gavin Newsom governor California. Well, Trump's up five there and
against Pete boodh edg Jedge. You know you gotta say
Edge Edge, peepe boot Edge Edge. Trump also up comfortably.
Gretchen Whitmer. We hear a lot about her Sigourney Waiver.

(07:40):
The resemblance is there. You gotta meit like eighties Ghostbusters,
Aliens Sigourney Weaver. But I always say it anyway, it's irrelevant.
Trump forty seven, Whitmer forty two plus five. Then obviously
if you throw Kamel in there, and again Trump should
be hammering this home and that whole campaign every day.
That's the person who's won very, very frail heartbeat away

(08:01):
from the Presiden's here right now, Kamala Harris. So again,
I can't think of a worse possible five days that
the Democrats could have had. And there's been a lot
of moments during this administration where you're like, wow, that
was a really bad week, like Afghanistan, for example. But
coupling the fact that we even had our first Democrat
lawmaker today call for Biden to resign the entire basically

(08:27):
every columnist at the New York Times called on him
to resign. And again, you're all such phonies because you've
seen this behavior for many, many months. You thought, well,
maybe he could just inject him and get him through
the ninety minutes of the debate, and maybe he could
limp to the finish line and somehow beat Trump because
of anti Trump sentiment. You all knew exactly what the
mental state of this person was, So please save your editorials.
And of course the editorial board of the New York

(08:47):
Times also calling on him to resign. Atlantic Journal Constitution
calling for Biden to well, not resign, step aside. I've
used the wrong word there, step aside, but not resign.
So it's okay for him to be president and he
just can't be president for four more years. Well how
does that work? Exactly based on what we saw on
Thursday night. But you know, somebody that we're not talking

(09:08):
about as far as the replacement for Joe Biden. And look,
this man has experience. He's pulling very well since he
left serving in Washington. And yeah he's old too. But
you know what, though, why aren't we talking about Jimmy Carter.

(09:28):
Jimmy Carter out of the bullpen like a ninety nine
year old Mariota Rivera, because remember Carter only served one turn.

Speaker 1 (09:35):
You could jump in.

Speaker 2 (09:36):
Here, I kid, I have a little fun with this, guys.
I mean, come on, tell me, you didn't wake up
on Friday just on Springs in the morning saying, oh
my gosh, we got this thing one if Biden stays
in the race, and again, take away all the mental
stuff here. Right, as far as acuity in Biden, the
record is still the record. Joe Biden was painfully incompetent

(10:00):
when he had his fastball, if you want to call
the fastball more like a knuckleball.

Speaker 1 (10:03):
But I wrote a whole book on the guy. I'm
sure you've heard of it. Come on, man, The Truth.

Speaker 2 (10:08):
About Joe Biden's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad Presidency,
national bestseller.

Speaker 1 (10:13):
Yeah.

Speaker 2 (10:13):
So I had to do research on this guy for many,
many months, and it's like, boy, he's been a pathological
liar going back to his days in law school. He's
also a serial plagiarist and not a very smart person.
Right He's ah finished top of my law class.

Speaker 1 (10:28):
No he didn't.

Speaker 2 (10:29):
He finished I know this off the top of my head,
seventy six out of eighty five. Right, So this has
never really been a smart person. He's always failed upwards,
and only because Barack Obama needed somebody with some foreign
policy experience, because Obama was basically a community organizer and
was in the Senate for five minutes, so they needed
somebody with I guess gravatas. So it came down to
Tim Kaine and Joe Biden, and they saw Joe Biden
as more folksy and can get votes in places like

(10:51):
Pennsylvania and Michigan because of his relationship with the unions,
and that's how he got to the vice presidency and
then it took a once in a lifetime pandemic to
get him twenty twenty because Trump was rolling at that point.
Peace and prosperity. Incumbits always win in those situations. So
he's also, besides being one of the stupider people we've

(11:11):
ever had in the Oval office, also one of the
luckiest ever. But that luck has clearly run out. Now,
let's hear from our our media, just to drive this
point home, and the lectures that we got when we
were told what we saw we actually didn't see, and
what we heard we actually didn't hear from this president.
And it's all on you. You're the idiots. We know

(11:34):
what we're talking about. Joe Scarborough, Please do take it.

Speaker 4 (11:37):
Away, start your tape right now, because I'm about to
tell you the truth.

Speaker 1 (11:42):
Uh huh, and that few if you can't.

Speaker 4 (11:44):
Handle the truth, this version of Biden is the best
Biden ever.

Speaker 5 (11:50):
Oh, he knows a nine.

Speaker 1 (11:53):
In fact, I think he's better than he's ever been. President.

Speaker 2 (11:57):
Biden has a photographic memory, understanding and mastery of a
complicated geopolitical situation remarkable.

Speaker 4 (12:05):
He is sharp, intensely probing, and detail oriented and focused.

Speaker 1 (12:11):
Jackie Jackie longer with us. I was sitting, you know,
a two feet from him across.

Speaker 3 (12:19):
The table, and he was, you know, intense.

Speaker 1 (12:22):
Have trouble walking sometimes, yeah, so did that Dr. He
wanted gd war, but he totally focused.

Speaker 3 (12:28):
He's very sharp.

Speaker 1 (12:29):
They say he's sharp in meetings and so on, very lucid, well,
very well informed.

Speaker 3 (12:33):
Biden's stately and he comes with gravitas.

Speaker 4 (12:35):
There hasn't been, as far as I know, a single
claim that Biden made a mistake.

Speaker 1 (12:41):
Agism is an issue.

Speaker 4 (12:43):
Americans have a rich history of holding people's physical characters.

Speaker 1 (12:47):
I can't take it anymore. My hair hurts.

Speaker 2 (12:50):
H I love the scarboroughisms, right, and f you if
you can't handle the truth, who is this?

Speaker 1 (12:56):
Colonel? Chessup? What's gonna say next? Trump ordered the Code Red?
Like what what's that? And he says FDR had trouble
walking too. He won a gd war get it.

Speaker 2 (13:06):
All the little acronyms and f's and boys so tough.
Where is Scarborough this week?

Speaker 1 (13:10):
Anyway?

Speaker 2 (13:10):
I saw Mika on Monday to a fifteen minute campaign
at for Biden. But Scarborough, don't tell me he's on vacation,
because don't you take your wife on vacation. Why would
Meeka be there and not Joe unless even he is
too embarrassed after all those things that he's been saying.
Because no one talks to Biden more in the media
than Scarborough. I mean, that's like almost like a daily

(13:31):
phone call. And they say that Biden's a big fan
of Morning Joe, But that would take again getting up
at six o'clock in the morning and watching that train
wreck that airs until ten I believe, and again Biden's
mental on off switch begins at ten am and ends
at four pm. We only got forty minutes now before
that thing goes off. Let's hear from my friend Brian Stelter.
If not my friend, and for whatever reason, Stelter is

(13:55):
on CNN like every day now, even though he got
fired from the network last year.

Speaker 1 (14:00):
Who's running things over there?

Speaker 2 (14:02):
You fire the guy and then you bring it back
for analysis like this, which is just pure unintentional comedy.

Speaker 1 (14:09):
Gold Go.

Speaker 4 (14:10):
Look, if you're in a battle between someone who lies
really confidently versus someone who mostly tells the truth but
really incoherently, the confident liar is always.

Speaker 1 (14:20):
Going to win.

Speaker 4 (14:21):
I think many millions of Americans who don't want to
see Trump reelected, we're yelling at their TVs, wanting Biden
to fight back harder, wanting to see an actual debate
and actual fight. They didn't get that. They came way disappointed,
and it makes me wonder if there will be any
more debates at all.

Speaker 2 (14:37):
Biden mostly tells the truth, that's the argument. What like,
no troops died under my watch? That truth during the
debate really angered some gold Star families, And why wouldn't
they be angry about that anyway. Joe Kancha in for
Sean Hannity eight hundred and ninety four one, Sean, if
you wish to be a part of the program back
with more in just a moment, call it a NI.

(15:02):
The best part about filling in for Sean Hannity, This
is Joe Kancha Fox News contributor filling in for mister
Sean uh Is I get to pick the music right,
and I like the country stuff that Sean plays, but
I'm like, you know, we gotta mix things up here
a little bit, so you're gonna like this show throughout
because there'll be a running theme. Let's go with it
that way. Anyway, isn't this amazing with Trump? How he

(15:23):
won this debate? You know, obviously going away and Biden
obviously didn't sell zero favors in that regard. But Trump,
I think would have won anyway. He was very and
much in command. I have an analogy around this that
Trump actually was Rocky Balbo and Rocky four. You're gonna
want to stick around for this perfect analogy. Wow, another
quality music selection to bring us back to the Sean

(15:44):
Hannity's show.

Speaker 1 (15:45):
Joe Kancha and for s h eh not who he
once was? This this is true?

Speaker 2 (15:51):
Who sings that? By the way, Ethan, I I don't know, Mike,
that's Toby Keith. Okay, say flawed. Never trust a guy
who has two first names, like a last name is
a first name.

Speaker 1 (15:59):
But man, he's It's like a nice guy. Anyway.

Speaker 2 (16:01):
Point me that we heard from the press secretary today.
For the first time, I actually felt sorry for Koreeine Jean. Yeah,
she's so profoundly horrible at her job, and I almost
wanted to feel some sympathy for her.

Speaker 1 (16:14):
I mean, she's easily.

Speaker 2 (16:15):
The worst worst press secretary we have ever had by
a country mile. And today she had to take questions
from the press where they actually finally, three and a
half years later, decides Peter Doucy or Jackie Heinrich, somebody
who was asking about Biden's mental acuity, And did we
have any sound with that?

Speaker 1 (16:36):
Ethan? Are you still doing more time with that? You
got it right?

Speaker 2 (16:38):
Play play anything, because it's all an absolute, absolute hot
mess of a dumpster fire.

Speaker 5 (16:44):
Goat for a minute, and I guess deal with the
questions that have come in about the debate, and honestly,
this is something that the President has addressed himself multiple
times since this past Thursday. First of all, I want
to say, we under stand the concerns.

Speaker 4 (17:00):
We get it.

Speaker 5 (17:01):
The President did not have a great night, as you
all know, and many of you reached out during the debate.
The president had a cold, he had a horse voice.
Well heard it, That's why you reached out. But I
will say this, and the President said this over the
past couple of days, certainly right after the debate. He
knows how to do the job. And he knows how

(17:21):
to do job, not because he says it, because his
record proves it, because for three and a half years,
almost four years, the president's record has been unprecedented. Yes,
if Pelosi asked, is Pelosi said, it's a legitimate question
to ask if this is an episode or is this
is a condition?

Speaker 4 (17:43):
Which one is it?

Speaker 5 (17:45):
Well, what I can tell you is that he had
a called in a bad night. I would not see
this as an episode. I would see this as what
it was and what we believe it to be, which
is it was a bad night.

Speaker 1 (18:00):
It was an episode of Weekend at Bernie's.

Speaker 5 (18:03):
And that is the reality of the situation. That is
the reality of what happened.

Speaker 1 (18:09):
I think we get it all right, Ethan.

Speaker 2 (18:10):
Yeah, Look, clearly KJP was saying in a mirror somewhere
before this press briefing, it was a cold.

Speaker 1 (18:18):
It was a cold. Just keep driving that point home.

Speaker 2 (18:21):
This is the first cold and human history to render
somewhat incapable of formulating a coach and thought, not even
strong enough I mean to make anything make sense during
that thing. Colds don't do that to people use these
you're stuffed.

Speaker 1 (18:36):
Up a little bit. He couldn't think. I talked about
it over and over again on this show on Fox.
When people said, what do you think is gonna happen
to debate?

Speaker 2 (18:45):
We have tapes of this, I said, well, I don't
think it's going to be a very good night for
Joe Biden.

Speaker 1 (18:50):
Why is that he was good during the State of
the Union. He had energy, he had passion.

Speaker 2 (18:54):
Yet the State of Union he's doing this thing called
reading a telepromptereur. The man can still read, I guess sometimes,
and he yelled a lot, so people just took that
for passion. Can you remember one thing that Joe Biden
said during the Stay of the Union that resonated with you.
That's kind of the important part right policy guiding the country.
So I said, look, this debate, he's not gonna have

(19:15):
a teleprompter. He's gonna have to think and speak for himself,
and he's gonna have to answer some questions that may
be uncomfortable, even from CNN. And I give them credit.
They actually did a decent job, not the best job.
A lot of questions that were not asked, But fine,
we'll take what we can get. But here's my analogy
before we bring in our next guest, and that is

(19:37):
Trump is Rocky Balboa. Now, for those of you who
follow all these movies, and I think there's been nine
Rockies at this point if you include the Creed movies
as well, the Rocky four. That's when Apollo Creed wants
to make a comeback. So he fights this big Russian
and they fight in Las Vegas, and Apollo only is beaten,

(20:00):
He's literally killed, and Rocky feels guilty because in this
part never made any sense to me. Rocky didn't throw
in the towel that would have stopped the fight, but
Drago already threw the ref out of the way, So
I don't know what a twerl would have done. You
think Drago would have stopped pumbling Apollo Creed into oblivion? No, right,
he was helped bent on killing the man. The twer
wouldn't have done anything. But anyway, Rocky feels guilty about this.
It's kind of like the Who premise of the movie,

(20:21):
where then he feels that he has.

Speaker 1 (20:23):
To avenge Apollo. So then the Soviets.

Speaker 2 (20:26):
The Soviets at the time, they say, okay, we'll give
you a fight.

Speaker 1 (20:30):
We're not gonna pay you. Of course, it won't be
for any sort of belt.

Speaker 2 (20:34):
You're gonna fight in Moscow before a hostile crowd, and.

Speaker 1 (20:38):
It's gonna be on Christmas Day. And Rocky says, o good.
I mean, I said he agrees to everything that was Trump.

Speaker 2 (20:44):
They're like, okay, you're gonna do this on CNN, and
it's gonna be with Jake Tapper, who literally has compared
you to Hitler and Dana Bash who said it was
unfortunate for America that you were actually on state ballots
like Colorado at the Supreme Court ruled there. And I
could give you a thousand other examples of the bias
from these to So they're gonna be the moderators. It's
gonna be on CNN, a network that.

Speaker 1 (21:04):
Literally hates you.

Speaker 2 (21:05):
It's gonna be without a studio audience, so you can't
feed off the crowd. We're gonna cut off your mic
when you're not speaking on and on and Trump just
says sure, whatever, You're like, let's do it all right,
Rocky for Trump, I made the analogy. I know the
movie came out forty years ago, but hey, we just
did it and you listened to it Radio history ladies
and gentlemen.

Speaker 1 (21:23):
Anyway, let's bring in our next guest.

Speaker 2 (21:25):
And I'm told I should just call you Burno at
this point, Mark Bernovitch, because that's the nickname.

Speaker 1 (21:31):
Apparently that's Joey C.

Speaker 3 (21:34):
N Right, Joey C.

Speaker 1 (21:35):
That's just exactly yeah.

Speaker 2 (21:36):
My friends called me that Joey C. And I don't
like Joey. And why do I have the name joe
Why was I cursed with that name? Of all names
given the current president and I have to share that
with him. But anyway, I'll just give you the floor.
What at what point during that debate where you're like,
this thing's over me about thirty seconds in?

Speaker 3 (21:53):
I'm sorry, I was gonna say, you played the Toby
Kei bumper music, and I will just say that someone
rests rest his soul. But I met Toby Keith, done
shots at them backstage, and a red Fellow cup with him.
And if you're gonna not trust someone with two first names,
how do you trust someone like the White House pokesperson
with three first names.

Speaker 1 (22:12):
That's a good point I had.

Speaker 3 (22:15):
I'm telling you, I was watching the presser today and
as you as you said, it's just crazy. They're blaming
us on a cold. And this is why I think
it's important for people to remember, is that it was
just a couple of weeks ago where the White House
was saying, Oh, he's great, he's fine. He's got the
physical energy of twenty bowls.

Speaker 2 (22:32):
Or whatever, solving quadiatic equations and telling you how the
flexica pastor works.

Speaker 1 (22:37):
Yeah, he's a genius.

Speaker 3 (22:38):
Yes, But now it's like, oh, he's got a cold
and he's not as sharp as he once was. But
and then they kept pivoting to like, look at all
he's done, Look all he's done. And I think that
when Americans, you know, especially hard working middle class Americans,
think about all he's done, what he's done is driven
grass prices through the roof. He's made America less safe,
and we have an open border where the drug cartels
are literally bringing in criminals and tens of thousands of

(23:01):
people every year dying of sentinel overdoses. And one thing
I do want to say, Joe, that thing's really important.
You know, I won twice in a statewide in the
swing state. I couldn't I'm a historian. I couldn't help
the thinking of nineteen sixty eight, the country was very divided.
In nineteen sixty eight, the Democratic Convention was going to
be in Chicago. Walter Cronkite came back from Vietnam, asked,

(23:23):
you know, what the hell was going on, and you know,
was very critical of the war. And Linda Johnson famously
told his aides, you know, if I've lost Walter Cronkite,
then I've lost Middle America. And shortly thereafter it took
a couple of weeks, but he did a stamus, I
will not see gnarlike accept my party's nomination. And I
really think that when the New York Times and the

(23:44):
big papers in Chicago to Land all came out telling
Joe Biden, you're saying Joe Biden should sepp down, I
think that's a Walter Cronkite moment. And I think what's
going on right now, even at the White House through
in the last gas trying to circle the wagons, trying
to figure out if there's a path forward. If not,
I think they're going to force Joe Biden out at
the convention. Because there's one thing we all know the left,

(24:06):
the Democrats want power, and the thought of Donald Trump
of your analogy of Rocky Balboa coming in and beating Drago.
Hopefully we're not ruining the movie for everyone, but they
can't stand that narrative, and there were not only is
Donald Trump gonna win, the Republicans are going to pick
up seats in the House, and they're going to pick
up seats in the Senate. And that'll really blow their
minds after they spent in the last eight years saying

(24:26):
that Maga and Donald Trump are the worst people in history.

Speaker 2 (24:30):
Wow, there's so much too impact by what you just said.
And I've just like had question after question when you
were saying them. For starters, I should introduce Mark Bernavitch
properly is the former Attorney General of Arizona, and we're
going to talk about the Scotus rulings in a moment
because I want to get obviously his thoughts on that.
But you made a great point, and that is this
narrative that we also see from our wonderful media now

(24:51):
is that if Biden was coaching during the date, then
obviously he would have won. Really on what the fact
that household items twenty percent higher cost of living since
Biden took office, gas price is fifty percent higher violent crime,
driving people out of states like California and New York
to places like Florida, Texas, Tennessee, like the border. Obviously
ten million people crossing into this country illegally, including hundreds

(25:12):
of terrorists. I mean think about ten million for a moment.
That's more than the total population of forty US states.
And he allowed it to happen. It was completely intentional.
Then we talk about foreign policy in Ukraine, in Russia
and the war in Gaza and China, cleaning our clock
when it comes to everything, and Biden was going to
win that if he didn't have a cold and he
actually could put some thoughts together. Trump still had all

(25:33):
the issues on his side. And that's the way that
was going to go down. But let me ask you this.
If they replaced him at the convention in Chicago, and
that's August nineteenth through the twenty third, I want to say,
is that can you get another candidate on state ballots
at that point?

Speaker 1 (25:48):
Because I've read that's that can't happen.

Speaker 3 (25:52):
I think everything is possible for the Left, and I
know this even in the past, like when I was
still ag we had to go into court and fight
to Democrats because they wanted to extend the period for registration,
and you've got a federal judge to grant them that extension.
You saw in other places in Pennsylvania they got to
extend the deadline for when mail and ballots could come in.
So if the past is any indication, the Democrats have

(26:15):
been effectively able to use the laws in their favor
and find a liberal judge that will go along with them,
basically changing the rules. So I think anyone that's banking
on this, and I've heard several of my conservative friends
tell me it's like, oh, it's impossible. It's too late
in Wisconsin, it's too late here. I'm like, I wouldn't
put it past anybody. And I think that that there
will be. If there's a will, there's a way because

(26:37):
to the left, remember you got to play the basic
premise of the neo Marxist left and the country today
is the ends justify the means, and they're all about power,
and they want to hold onto power so badly because
you know, you've saw what happened this week, or you
know with the Chevron decision they being you know, overturned
by the US Supreme Court. You see what's happening in
the courts, and so the left is root genuinely worried

(27:01):
that if Donald Trump, Donald Trump and the Republicans take over,
they're going to roll back the deep States, They're gonna
roll back the administrative state. They're going to allow more
more freedom and entrepreneurship, more property ownership. You know, they're
going to crack down on law breaking and especially in
legal immigration. And I think that scares the left, and
so I think right now they are going to do
everything they can in the next couple of weeks to
try to prop up to a Biden. But if his numbers,

(27:23):
you know, keep tanking, will keep you know, diving faster
than you know, you know, shark off South Africa, then
you know you're gonna see them replace him. And then
they have to because they want power so much they
cannot risk Donald Trump with four years in the White House,
their public House and Senate. I mean, he thinking that
probably shivers up their spine and just be saying that.

Speaker 2 (27:43):
You see the panic, I mean, it's it's it's so real.
And obviously Mark's the former attorney general of Arizona.

Speaker 1 (27:49):
That's the thing.

Speaker 2 (27:50):
Even if you think you could just install Gavenuwsom, Colgate,
UH and hair gel and spray does not get you
to the Oval office alone. Right, he has a record
in California, you'd have to defend like the whole you know,
highest taxes in the country, thing, highest almost rate, highest
poverty rate. I talked about the exodus out of that state,
out of California more than any state in the country
in New York at very close second. There's a reason

(28:10):
why that's happening, Right, So he'd have to defend this record.
But then I try to picture this scenario. I try
to see Gavin Newsom in Michigan talking to auto workers,
talking to blue collar Democrats and trying to connect with them,
the ultimate elitist, the French laundry guy. And I just
don't see him doing any better than Biden, quite frankly.
And plus, Democrats all own these issues. It's not just

(28:34):
Biden that owns the record. This is what Democrats wanted
in terms of everything we're talking about, as far as spending,
as far as attorney general is not enforcing the law
in major cities, and as.

Speaker 1 (28:42):
Far as the border. So they all own this.

Speaker 2 (28:44):
The policies don't change, and Trump obviously was up before
the debate. Also, people forget about that part. It's not
like suddenly things turned around. But anyway, I'm going off
on a tangent. I did want what you want here.
They talk about the Scotis rulings and particularly first tackle.

Speaker 1 (28:58):
The one around immunity. Uh, presidential immunity.

Speaker 2 (29:01):
Turns out Trump does have some, thank god, or else
every president would be arrested basically after they leave office.
Is that case going to see the light of day
before a selection, because basically it sounds like everybody's saying
not happening.

Speaker 3 (29:12):
No, I mean, just procedurally, there's no way that because
the Supreme Court basically said that the president has immunity
for his official actions. And it's not just Donald Trump,
but this affects of Joe Biden and other people have
brought up a bible that you know, there's been talk
about prosecuting Joe Biden for the deaths that have resulted
that have happened as a result of his border policies. Well,

(29:34):
that's not going to happen now he's immune because they're incompetent.
But those are his official acts even if they're a competent.
And so there's immunity for those official acts, for the
private acts ors not. The Supreme Court basically said you
need to go back down to the lower court and
figure out what was private what was official acts. And
I think that's going to be tough. And then, of
course the court also added that you can't use those

(29:55):
official acts as part of your prosecution. So I mean,
I think the prosecution and this is I've handled thousand
of the criminal cases in my career. I used to
proscute gangs. I was Ato's attorney. I just think right now,
for the prosecution, this one thing to do is basically
just to pull a plug. Now, I don't think they'll
do that. I think they're gonna wait. But I don't
think there's any way this case gets tried before the

(30:16):
election because there's way too many procedural issues to impact.
And you know, and then once you get to the election,
if Donald Trump wins, especially based on his case, he
can order Attorney General not to prosecute the case or
tell the specially countful to drop it.

Speaker 1 (30:28):
Precisely, and we're talking to Mark Burnevich.

Speaker 2 (30:30):
Okay, So now, big development Number two that happened today
is that Alvin Bragg at least on July eleventh, Judge
Mrshawn is not going to be coming down with any
sentence for Donald Trump, and that's pushed out at least
till the end of July because this presidential immunity case
may end up imploding that case, the one in New
York that Trump would probably want an appeal anyway, but

(30:52):
that would happen after the election. So what happens from
here given that, you know, one thing I've.

Speaker 3 (30:58):
Learned is never to try to produce what the judge
is going to do. So but if past behavior is
an indicator of what will happen in the future, like
I don't, I don't think this is a great win.
I think the prosecution recognizes that they're going to have
to brag, recognize us that he's gonna have to address
this issue, so he needs time to file emotion, they're
going to file something. And based on everything we've seen, Look,

(31:20):
from the very beginning of that trial, you had a
judge that did things to run precedent, like ordering someone
accused of a crime to be in the courtroom for
every single motion, every single minute. I've never heard of that.
And then from the jury to the very end with
the jury instruction, and then all that testimony from you know,
Stormy Daniels, which was really irrelevant, should have never been admitted.

(31:40):
So I mean the case is going to overturned for sure.
So knowing that and knowing that the judge allowed all
that nonsense to happen, I think I am making a prediction.
And I'm not saying this is right, but I think
what the judge is going to do is say, no,
this was all in his private capacity as a candidate,
because you know it dealt with you know, campaign contributions
or bookkeeping. And so I think the judge what we've

(32:01):
seen is I think it's not gonna matter, and I
think the judge is gonna sentence him. And I actually think, look,
I mean if you tell people on the left or
you watched CNN for five minutes, I mean, like you
mentioned this earlier with tap or whatever, like they really
think that you know, Donald Trump's you know, the fascist,
and he's gonna you know.

Speaker 1 (32:21):
Mar give it to me. Is he going to jail?
What is he going to jail?

Speaker 2 (32:25):
Because we're we're at a time I need you to
come to a conclusion he shouldn't.

Speaker 3 (32:28):
But I think the judge is going to impose a
jail sentence.

Speaker 1 (32:31):
Because for how long? Oh boy, well we gotta go.
Sorry Mark. We were up against the clock there.

Speaker 2 (32:38):
The bell rang as it were rocky for this is
Joe Kancha in for Sean eight hundred and nine for
one seawn if you wish to opine back with more
in just a moment.

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