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John Rothmann shares an email from a Trump supporter I truly believe the 2020 election was stolen. Go see 2000 Mules, or real Mollie Hemmingway’s book, Rigged. 
I truly believe the FBI, the DOJ, and the Washington establishment, which includes many Republicans, will do anything to keep President Trump off the 2024 ballot. 
I truly believe the raid on Mar-a-Lago was illegal, and was designed to find something, anything, that could, and will, be taken to a Washington D.C. grand jury.
President Trump will be indicted on some charge; he will be convicted, and he will be sentenced to prison. 
If you think that eighty million voters, or whatever number you think voted for him in 2020, will just sit back and watch it happen, you are sadly mistaken. 
We are indeed in scary times. But the scary party is the democrat party, not the republicans. Dems will go to the end of the earth to retain power. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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John Rothmann:  What’s next for Liz Cheney? Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney is laying out her future political plans, including a possible run against Donald Trump in 2024, after conceding defeat in the primary election for her House seat. Her loss on Tuesday followed unyielding criticism since the Jan. 6 attack on the Capital of the former president and his efforts to subvert the 2020 election. 
"This primary election is over, but now the real work begins," Cheney said in her concession speech Tuesday night, noting that she had called opponent Harriet Hageman to congratulate her. 
Cheney acknowledged in a Wednesday interview on NBC's Today she was "thinking" about running for president in 2024.
For her 2022 House race, Cheney raised $14 million, a record for any primary in Wyoming's history, and she spent about half of it. The vast majority of donations came from out of state, and she has built up a network she could tap into in the future.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Rothmann shares an email from a Trump supporter I truly believe the 2020 election was stolen. Go see 2000 Mules, or real Mollie Hemmingway’s book, Rigged. 
I truly believe the FBI, the DOJ, and the Washington establishment, which includes many Republicans, will do anything to keep President Trump off the 2024 ballot. 
I truly believe the raid on Mar-a-Lago was illegal, and was designed to find something, anything, that could, and will, be taken to a Washington D.C. grand jury.
President Trump will be indicted on some charge; he will be convicted, and he will be sentenced to prison. 
If you think that eighty million voters, or whatever number you think voted for him in 2020, will just sit back and watch it happen, you are sadly mistaken. 
We are indeed in scary times. But the scary party is the democrat party, not the republicans. Dems will go to the end of the earth to retain power. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Rothmnn: Planned Parenthood will spend $50m in the next election. Is this a good plan? Planned Parenthood, the nation's leading reproductive health care provider and abortion rights advocacy organization, plans to spend a record $50 million ahead of November's midterm elections, pouring money into contests where access to abortion will be on the ballot.
The effort, which breaks the group's previous $45 million spending record set in 2020, comes about two months after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 case that created a constitutional right to have an abortion. It will be waged by the organization's political and advocacy arms and will focus on governor's offices, U.S. Senate seats and legislative races in nine states where abortion rights could be restricted or expanded depending on the outcome at the ballot.
Now, for the first time, Republicans who have long campaigned against abortion and Roe v. Wade will face voters on an issue that is no longer hypothetical and carries real life consequences.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Rothmann discusses a next-level water crisis The grinding megadrought that’s plagued the southwestern United States since 2000 plunged to a new level of seriousness on Tuesday, August 16, as the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced that the first-ever Tier 2 water restrictions will take effect in January 2023 along the Colorado River. Generous monsoon rains over parts of the Southwest this summer have done little to blunt the grim longer-term prognosis. 
Based on the latest set of two-year projections (called the 24-month study), the water level at Lake Mead will drop to near 1048 feet by next January 1, putting it just below the Tier 2a threshold of 1050 feet. 
The Colorado River, and the 40 million people – plus billions of dollars in agriculture  – that draw on its water across the Southwest, were already in the midst of stringent cuts after a previous 24-month study, released in August 2021, that put into place Tier 1 restrictions (itself an unprecedented step at the time) starting in January 2022. The range that triggers Tier 1 for Lake Mead is 1050-1075 feet.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris Merrill: Behaving Badly Is Good Politics Chris Merrill, filling in for Pat Thurston, continues his conversation about the FBI's raid of former President Donald Trump's home in Mar-a-Lago.Plus, Dr. Tyler TerMeer, SF AIDS Foundation CEO tells Chris Merrill about Nancy Pelosi's Monkeypox panel tonight.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Rothmann: Minneapolis teachers outraged by this! An agreement between the Minneapolis teachers union and the Minneapolis Public Schools which stipulates that White teachers will be laid off before teachers of color, regardless of their seniority, violates the Civil Rights Act, as well as the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution, several critics warned.
In an effort to revise how the district hires and retains teachers of color, the new contract states that teachers will be subject to layoffs or job changes in “order of seniority,” unless the teacher is part of an “underrepresented group.” The Minnesota Reformer reported that MPS teachers of colors face job changes and budget cuts at a higher rate than their white counterparts. On top of that, 23 percent of teachers laid off in the 2020-21 school year were Black and brown while only making up 18 percent of the workforce.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nikki Medoro - President Biden Signs the Inflation Reduction Act, and Protecting Kids' Mental Health ABC Washington Correspondent Justin Finch joins the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro to outline some of the impactful items in the Inflation Reduction Act President Biden signed yesterday, including money to fight climate change and maintain healthcare for Americans. Also, ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan addresses the growing mental health issues plaguing American kids.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nikki Medoro - Bay Area Heat Wave Brings Flex Alert Today, New COVID Booster PG&E calls for a Flex Alert today with continued high temperatures which mean, according to the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro, all Californians are supposed to limit their electricity use between 4PM and 9PM. Also, with school starting and masks not required, the mask dance returns to the classroom.  And the ultramarathon runner who was attacked by a coyote in San Francisco asks people not to feed wild animals. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Rothmann: Biden signs the Inflation Reduction Act President Joe Biden signed a sweeping $750 billion health care, tax and climate bill into law at the White House on Tuesday -- marking a major victory for his administration and the Democratic Party ahead of the midterm elections.
Biden said during a signing ceremony in the State Dining Room that the legislation, called the Inflation Reduction Act, is "one of the most significant laws in our history."
"With this law, the American people won and the special interests lost," Biden told an audience of Democratic members of Congress and administration officials. "For a while people doubted whether any of that was going to happen, but we are in a season of substance."
The bill signing is the latest celebration of a major legislative accomplishment for Biden this summer, having already held bill signings at the White House last week for a bill aimed at increasing domestic semiconductor production and increasing benefits for veterans affected by toxic burn pits in Afghanistan and Iraq.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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