Whiskey Politics Live Stream while we talk Democrat Debate!

Whiskey Politics Live Stream while we talk Democrat Debate!



nating in a way that maybe Biden isn't with your generation yeah Bernie Sanders is high-energy he uses social media well he reaches out to the younger voter bases really well he he's just someone that I think no matter what age you are you can kind of connect with him and see all the work he's done his whole life he he's someone who's just he's pushed and he's pushing he's push and he's kind of at this point now where yeah he's old but he certainly doesn't act old even though he's been through so much I feel like with Bernie we see a consistent passion a really consistent message and a consistent point of view from where he's coming in his ideology even if you disagree with it you can definitely respect the way that he's been so consistent for such a long time whereas versus somebody like Biden I think that we see less of a genuine passion coming from him can we talk about this term democratic socialism and how is that playing amongst you and your peers well I think the term itself democratic socialism it has a very controversial term already in it socialism and I believe that's why a lot of people are even having a lot of problems as it relates to candidates like Bernie Sanders it's going to be interesting to see how as discussed before he's going to try to push that more into a position where both Republicans and Democrats can kind of come together and agree on the issues that they want to reform as well as other candidates such as a Elizabeth Warren that's already kind of straight down the middle that's going to be a lot easier for those that are moderates or independents to kind of join onto her own bandwagon I think it's important for us to also recognize that just because they're labeling of themselves as Democratic socialists it doesn't necessarily mean that they're inherently against what capitalism is they're taking the most egregious aspects of capitalism the result and massive inequality and death in this shrinking middle class and they're taking that and saying we can fix this and we can fix this under capitalism with what could be socialist policies right so it's not necessarily a turn off but you you want to see how they actually define that and how it plays tonight well we'll be seeing how that term is thrown around and what these candidates are putting on the table Morgan dasha thank you so much and thank you to all of your panelists we hope that you stick around with us here and for all of those of you watching out there stay tuned because we have a lot more to dive into right before night 2 of the democratic debate begins you Healthcare was one of the top issues in last night's debate sparking some heated moments from nearly every single candidate on stage but perhaps most notably they fought over the role that private insurance should play in individual health care plans Elizabeth Warren declared that she was with Bernie Sanders and supporting Medicare for all and then tonight the senator from Vermont is going to be taking center stage with his policy platform sure Michael Alex and Hegar are back with and I want to talk a little bit about this sense of health care where we are we saw the voron and DeBlasio we're against keeping the private option O'Rourke and Klobuchar said they wanted to keep it do we think we're going to see a new option tonight and where do you think the candidates will night – will fall Jackie you get I think illustrate just how desperate Joe Biden and Bernice it's all right Julie I think oh here we go extra-hot right now it was tested by testing check one two testing totally testing yeah anyway what's the delay ten oh I threw the thing I'm so how do i testing one two three testing one two three we are ready to rock and roll right now we're only on sooner Mike we're gonna check the laws we are rockin and rollin all night long sound levels testing one two three tests are live coming to you from Casa de Kent okay so system or so setup I should say that that we do particularly when you think about the partisanship that currently exists why do you think it's not a realistic time I just I just really cannot wrap my mind around how its funded I really can't and then when you ask when when candidates have been asked I know Connell Harris has been asked this they kind of fumble over their words right there's a well we're just increased taxes on this I mean will increase this and you know the one percent and then that will will increase the estate tax so none of that actually makes sense and none of it to me seems that very feasible for the reasons that sure Michael mentioned that Washington just doesn't work like that and it doesn't happen overnight and I think it sounds attractive to a young voter and it sounds like it sounds revolutionary almost but you like where the rubber meets the road they know and our country's huge I just don't see how it could work even in the span of four years that we've seen this conversation dramatically change this really the big stage and now you see AOC doing the exact same thing in less than a year she has revolutionized the conversation around climate change and everything she's attempted to do has failed that's the fact every single thing she proposed well that's true but what I'm saying is the reality is when you look at the process of how you get these things done how do you accomplish this it's very very difficult and to just have these sweeping notions that I'm just gonna get it elected on day one and everything is going to change it's not real but I think that's why this primary is so fascinating right because there is this schism here between I think it's a really big generational guy I was just gonna know between the label who wants truck who are ideal to go want structural change who think that Trump is an aberration that Trump is actually an outgrowth of a lot of these systemic inequalities and are gravitating towards candidates like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren versus the Joe Biden's who think that you know Trump in Iran earlier today and she was making the case for Bernie Sanders and she was essentially saying he's the original we're not really worried about Elizabeth Warren because Bernie is the original well the reality is Elizabeth Warren has been able to add a lot of substance to what Bernie Sanders originally brought to the conversation back in 2016 I think the candidates need to be very careful in not over promising and saying things that they assume the voter wants to hear maybe they know the voter wants to hear it but you can't go around making false promises then you're just going to end up being the Trump of the left but I think that's where elizabeth warren has a leg up because all of her programs and policies put together is justice when it comes to the topic of abortion which of course has been debated heavily of late is there a middle ground on this issue is there something that these candidates can say to perhaps get those swing state middle-of-the-road voters the middle of the road I mean I thought Elizabeth Warren this is not middle-of-the-road actually I'm just saying that I thought she did a great job in saying in setting herself apart by saying that the courts had adjudicated on end that it was time for legislation to prevent States from going right up and told the courts or even really pushing that limit right so I thought that that was that that was smart and it was putting something new forward but we're to get the middle of the ground I mean that's practical actually I think having something legal where there's less interpretation and room for states makes it more practical perhaps but is there a middle ground though in this I don't think there is I think you're either on the left of this or you're on the right I don't think you're going to find even among voters folks who find themselves sort of centrist on the idea of abortion Pro women rights or against it right well let's see what these students have to say because I'm curious what what the college students have to say about their own health care plans let's get your opinion – I know Dasha you have your panel of students there tonight and I wanted to ask something that I heard them say in the last segment it seems like everything the students talked about came down to authenticity just in a quick lightning round which candidate does each student believe is most authentic yeah I mean what do you think guys who's who's made the best authentic pitch to you Pete Buddha judge people judge Bernie Sanders people are generous I think Bernie Sanders is the most authentic Bernie Sanders interesting so thinking about last night I mean last night you basically all of you said Castro sort of stole the spotlight what what do you want to see tonight that you didn't see last night who who do you want to see shine what what topics do you think didn't get enough cover well definitely I feel like the candidates last night barely touched on the issue of reproductive rights and we heard a lot about health care which i think is extremely important to all of us here but especially women we want to hear about especially with the laws that have been passed recently very harshly limiting women's right to choose I think that we're all very interested in just protecting or going against the right to choose and what does it really mean to be maybe anti-abortion but pro-choice because this is a historic number of women that we have in this election and on that debate stage how do you think that might change the conversation around reproductive rights tonight I think it's opening up again a unique conversation as to the rights that women might be able to have over their bodies versus how one identifies with their religious beliefs and how one might be able to come to a middle ground as it relates to that it's also opening up another unique conversation as to the role that men play within this conversation even though this is a issue that directly affects women we all know that women are not the only people that are voting on these laws so it then also brings in a conversation as to the power that men are going to play when it comes to the conversation of women's reproductive be right back going to be interesting ready to go I thinking about you know five minutes Dave right five minutes before I think we're gonna do rundowns of the candidates what are the hand gestures of them senior you don't even want to know that do you want to hear any sort of Appeal to that tonight do you want to hear candidates talk about so what's that live what people hearing me okay tell me when Indiana that was a dying City when he came to it and he's got it on the uptick again and is he going to be able to bring that about the entire Midwest no it's very different doing that when you're dealing with potentially a divided Congress and all of the bureaucracies of government no no and that's why I think bipartisanship is gonna be so important because we want to make sure that the candidate that is chosen that they're actually able to pass legislation working with people on both sides of the aisle like you know you can have be very retro and your new ideas and innovation but if you can't work with the other side of the aisle you're not gonna make bills that are gonna affect all of Americans not just a side of America so I think bipartisanship is also going to be very important and to how they define themselves tonight do you think they've talked about that enough on the campaign trail so far it's actually interesting especially considering what you just said because I know that a lot of liberals have a perspective that as well as conservative is that there aren't issues let's take abortion for example where you know it's just impossible to reach a middle ground some issues that people feel that there is nothing to come together on you either are or you aren't as we talked about again for example Bernie Sanders and the topic for example about a democratic socialism how is he going to be able to reach out to those Michels how you doing brother man but I'm good good to see it a long time no see I know and Evan you're popping up with us here after in the next segment over between the Democratic Socialist and the animal established Democratic Party and he's talked quite a bit about how he has people in his constituency who sharply disagree with him but he's able to negotiate with them he's able to serve in their interest meeting that's a really appealing thing to see in candidates like Hammerman so that is an important thing to you guys that you don't want just they appeal to the left and far left you you want to see people kind of change the discourse and and open up a little bit absolutely as somebody who's like a little bit more towards the center especially I feel like there are a lot of people out there who are looking just for an alternative to Donald Trump a lot of people feel that the left has gone so far left but they don't perhaps want to dip their toe into socialism they don't want to kind of mingle with limitless abortion but they also aren't in support of the rhetoric that the president has been across um throughout his term so I feel like a lot of people are definitely looking for a happy medium between I'm the two of those myself included yeah it's interesting I feel like I keep hearing from from younger demographics that they're tired of the fistfights and they just want some people who can get things done whether especially in in a bipartisan way so we'll see what the candidates have to say tonight all right Dasha thank you and thank you so much to your panelists it's a great pleasure listening from them let's bring back in our guests here in the studio we have Sir Michael we have Jackie and Zerlina Jackie who do you think stands the most to lose tonight especially as his team has done everything to keep him from the media he's not even they've already announced that he's not doing the spin room tonight he didn't visit the homestead detention childcare facility that's just 20 miles away I know that his team has been prepping for weeks it's why he hasn't been making the rounds at other media stops he also has a lot that I think he needs to explain potentially and maybe express regret for and I think those contrasts are really going to stand out you're standing next to someone like people to judge who share this out hey folks if you're watching right now on YouTube and Facebook we're about ready to go live please share this out this is going to be a lot of fun I didn't notice this last night but look how warm that background only a friendly friendly hunting laws it is thanks for having us anytime to the lodge Michael offer you any time to get have not talked about is how is she gonna handle being in the hot seat look I think that Kamala is it has the challenge of high expectations and so she is according to the new AP poll the number one candidate that people want to learn more about right so people are very interested in learning more about who she is her background they know she was a prosecutor they think they likely think that she had a strong opening role out to her campaign is very smooth you know twenty thousand people in Oakland it is not easy to build an event with that many people to open your campaign all right guys hey welcome to the feet I'm glad to be out here hosting with my brother Dave Sussman whiskey politics Dave the host of whiskey politics it's gonna be a fun night tonight we're broadcasting across a whole bunch of social media platforms so whether you're on Facebook YouTube twitch Twitter or whatever it is it's just have fun with us call us too if you have our cell phone number call us also we're watching our tonight's format is really just gonna be play-by-play watching the debate commenting on it and a lot of people are picking up our clips and taking him out and last night was a fun night tonight leave me better Dave Sussman here Sabo the great artist Michael Loftus you know him from all over the place including the old folks Network Fox News on occasion between those catheter and diaper commercials you can see Michael Loftus me Wow relentless bra absolutely absolutely so grab a drink tonight broadcast brought to you by monkey shoulder whiskey and Jack Daniels and a lot of it and we're glad to have you with us stay tuned we're gonna be coming back in just a few minutes with the debate cheers Cheers don't forget hi when you find gold that's right type in coals Loftus you can get that code Loftus you can get gold you can get one of those walk in bathtubs you can get this group of wealthy donors things would be exactly the same people to interpret that they wouldn't be paying more money they wouldn't be subject to tax that a lot of the other candidates are and that's where he thinks I'm like Bernie Sanders in a certain the debate is on and they're gonna start making there they're gonna ask hard questions and then they're go oh thank you for the inviting me here tonight and then pivot totally away from the question that's how all these things go and then they're gonna tell you about how their dad grew up or the grandpa was even four and how they made their fame and fortune typically pretty much you guys yeah I think we'll also reward Cordray convincing I think we're also gonna see some reflections of who we are who we are and I think we're probably learned that that immigration is good and it's a wonderful tapestry of ideas and people that make us who we are well if you spend enough time in California you will learn that anyway it's just great so they I think the debate is on somebody under 90 is on stage and she's she's announcing it right now and we're uh we're following the NBC feed W super-g Jeff Zucker Kutta so we're watching NBC News probably for the first time like in years at this table I wouldn't even know where they had a news Depar by the way also follow Donald Trump tweeting he will be tweeting against tonight from what I understand according to the sources inside I love this retweet last night more ring beautiful that was beautiful less is more you got a window on the screen there all right here we go the debate is on I'm loving this line out Harris tomorrow sir this is heavy hitters like last night was the inner card now we're into heavy weight do is their rehearsal as well as I'm yeah exactly Eric Eric the swallower but I thought intervening was a billionaire apparently he's only worth like 5 million bucks it was like a millionaire no and rehang politician no no you better give us the most comic relief tonight on that stage I hope so yeah you guys with credibility yeah you had a couple with credibility last night and tonight I think you got maybe two speaking Czech Hickenlooper in the game John Jacob Hickenlooper Schmidt there we go Lester give it up for Lester let's go to the debate see what happens I think it just keep going for this is gonna be this this may qualify for Best Comedy ensemble and the Emmys can win up this ball we're go Rachel Maddow a push back on some of the know not only not only fighting going on delighted to pay more taxes for things like that my question to you is well taxes go up for the middle class in a Sanders administration and if so how do you sell that to voters well you're quite right we have a news ition for America and at a time when we have three people in this country owning more wealth than the bottom half of America while 500,000 people are sleeping out on the streets today out of bernisa points you didn't go into the difficult thank you for inviting me I want to thank my mother father kids and grandchildren health care in his case hearing great grandchildren a Yuman Medicare for All single-payer system under that system by the way that's majority of the people in this country will be paying significantly less for health care than they are right now we know what they said when Obamacare came in as mine went up three times we do that by placing a tax on Wall Street every proposal that I have brought forth is fully paid for no deductibles no co-payments no out of expand out of pocket and again by the way folks when we see somebody giving a great answer really get prompt we saw some good crops last night they probably have a couple tonight not gonna come from No senator Bennett we're gonna get to everybody senator Biden yes Vice President Biden senator Sanders as you know has been calling for a revolution recently and remarks to a group of wealthy donors as you were speaking about the probably Biden is not like any time as I said I don't want to think it was funny at all it's the most Awkward hour and 15 minutes to Mexico by never after making a joke about a lot more than a paycheck spider dignity it's about dignity it's everything's going to be okay too many people you know back when I'm saying is that we've got to be straightforward we have to make sure we understand that to return dignity to the middle class they have to have insurance that is covered and they can and they have primary benefits such as these guys they make by the way at least one trillion dollars to the debt of America which middle-class families will pay for them one way or another working families need support and need to be lifted up and frankly this economy is not working for working people for to the favor of the people who have the most and not in favor of the people who work the most making $100,000 a year receive a tax credit that they can collect dollars for buddies between we should get through the end of the month with dignity and with support let me get you in on this you've warned that Democrats will lose in 2020 if they embrace socialism as you put it you were booed at the California Democratic convention when you said that only one candidate on this stage senator Sanders identifies himself as a Democratic Socialist what are the policies or positions of your opponents that you think are veering towards socialism well I think that the bottom line is if we don't clearly define that we are not socialists the Republicans are going to come at us every way they can and and call us socialists and if you look at the green New Deal which I admire the sense of urgency and how important it is to do climate change I'm a scientist but we can't promise every American a government job if you want to get universal health care coverage I believe that health care is a right and not a privilege but you can't expect to eliminate private insurance for 180 million people many of whom who don't want to give it up in Colorado we brought businesses and nonprofits together we got in here you know okay so we got Hickenlooper he's probably what Colorado governor yeah yeah actually what I was thinking when they come up I can give you some stats on them yes talking about right now is one of the most moderate democratic ideas right now and he's he's the extreme for the Democrats as far as being to the right because he's saying that he doesn't want to get rid of private insurance that old people are not going to want to get rid of their private insurance right okay what he's doing right now is a ticking time bomb because he doesn't have a chance in hell to get the nomination so he's what he's doing right now is actually I think in my opinion a poison pill for these guys for the rest of them it is and by the way there's two people on stage tonight that have real-world experiences that have actually created businesses and jobs who Hickenlooper is one of them he had a had a business that sold then he ended up in a brewery and did very well with the brewery so he's got a chain of breweries and restaurants throughout Colorado and a pretty decent guy I met him one time pretty decent Kathy right so he has credibility yeah street credibility he has created jobs not much in the way of scandals going on and interesting cat yeah so this is what we're going to be doing folks we're going to be able to pause this live and then about this in between an inking continue back so you're gonna be on a different timeframe than the rest of the world stick with us it's gonna be a lot more interesting way more fun than that Lester Holt now back to the debate guys we'll go back to the debates health care coverage we were the first state in America to to bring new environmental community and the oil and gas industry to address aggressively address methane emissions and we were also the first place to expand reproductive rights on a scale basis and we reduce teen pregnancy by fifty four percent we've done the big progressive things that people said couldn't be done I've done pretty much everyone else up here is still talking about doing governor Thank You senator Sanders I'll give you a chance to what is your response to those who say nominating a socialist would reelect Donald Trump well I think the responses that the polls last poll I saw are ten points ahead of Donald Trump because the American people understand that Trump is a phony that Trump is a pathological liar and a racist and that he American people during his campaign he said he was going to stand up for working families while President Trump you're not standing up for working family and you give me a try just to make you burn to like the million people what the health care that they have and that 83% of your tax benefits go to this hurly while and Hawaiian in Allah and Allah daylight both their perspectives the debate we're having in our party right now is confusing because the truth is there's a big difference between capitalism on the one hand and greed on the other and so all the things that we're trying to change is when companies care more about profits when they do about people so if you're talking about these guys we're gonna run down on how to seize fifty three years older scholar Athena so a little stat on her 53 years old or friends call her Tina born in Auburn up out Albany New York well-off family studied in China UCLA law was actually had a big a good-sized partner a good-sized law practice in New York and she represented what big industry that's a Republican industry guns almost tobacco she represented tobacco she represented big tobacco that was her thing she ran for Congress in 2006 and then took over Hillary Clinton seat in the Senate when she left now let's go back to the debate so there may not be disagreement in the party because in truth we want healthy families we don't want corrupted capital think I want to be there she's talking that it's possible policy proposals that have no basis in reality are you referring to any candidate or proposal in particular when you said that it looks like I appreciate it the opens up I'm so sorry I agree completely with bird attacks what the fundamental challenge we're facing as a country for 90% of American people 160,000 families in the top point one percent have the same wealth as the bottom 90% and we've got the worst in income inequality that we've had in a hundred years where I disagree is on his solution Medicare for all you know I I have proposed getting to universal health care which we need to do it is a right Healthcare is not running down like maybe there's a way to do that is by finishing the work we started in the back here creating a public option every family and every person there's a couple medications which for them to I care for or whether they want to keep their private insurance I believe we'll get there much more quickly if we do that just finished burning mentioned that the taxes that we would have to pay because of those taxes Vermont rejected Medicare for all length senator but it's over I wrote the part in senator Sanders is bill that is the transition which merges what the two senators said the truth is if you have a buy-in over a four or five year period you move us to single-payer more quickly senator we will get to this we will get to it before we say hello and good evening I'm not just your Adams fan mayor booter judge is the autonomous combat role color here it is magno if your colleagues free college you do not why not sure so college affordability is personal for us Chason and I have six fails to stop all of his aims I believe in reducing student it's logical to me that if you can refinance your house you ought to be able to refinance your student debt I also believe in free college for low and middle-income students for whom cost could be a barrier to subsidize even the children of billionaires I think the children of the wealthiest Americans can pay at least a little bit of tuition and while I want to ition cost to go down I don't think we can buy down every last penny for them now there's something else that doesn't get talked about in the college affordability to be yes it needs to be more affordable in this country to go to no it also needs to be more affordable in this country to not go to you should be able to live well afford rent be generous to your experience 37 years old 5 foot 8 154 South Bend Indiana when this problem was created to be the ones to solve it it's gonna be the next generation Eric who can't start a family can't take a good idea and start a business ok oh please by our first time yeah we have to we gotta do it we gotta do we gotta give we gotta put a ramp up on to this dude so so here we go so Eric's wha well really an interesting cat probably the least accomplished of anyone ever to run for president this is true I'm not you know not kidding 38 years old from Iowa originally and then Dublin California grew up his parents Republican the only gig that he's ever really held he was appointed district attorney in a little in Alameda County California as a assistant district attorney he has a negative net worth of approximately a hundred and forty thousand dollars and maxed out on two credit cards from what I read on the web so and he's never created one job never one job ever created no payroll ever no payroll ever never signed the front of a paycheck and he so firmly believes the the crap that's flying out of his mouth he is unflappable I've seen this dude go toe-to-toe with Tucker Carlson and his face doesn't change his eyes don't blink he is a Stepford wife so it's all cable news for this guy late night television if he was on cable news or late night television there's no way in the world anybody Ben he's what he didn't even have 1% to get on the debate stage but he was able to get 60,000 one dollar contributions rights how he's there right now yeah he's totally terrifying yes guy really like seriously I would put him like opening up the lid of the Ark of the Covenant in Indiana Jones in his face Milken I will tell you there is one bonus in here about him one plus he did not go down on Willie to get appointed to that district attorney positioned in ultimate accounting there is that but he was you would let's go back to the bay back to swallow back to the swallow next the booty gig anything we got great names Wow these like pressed let's press the play button there he is here we go – $140,000 net worth never held a real job in his life and no world real world accomplishment this is universal living wage we have everyone a thousand bucks a month well they can buy a lot more drugs away let's pause it for just a second let's take a look at Andrew yang yang is actually one of the guys with some street cred here so he actually does have some street street cred he started a company called VF a was CEO had a nice exit worth he's only worth between one and a half and 2.5 million dollars I thought he was a billionaire for some reason there were the reports out there like that which is great he's an entrepreneur he's had a real world experience he's employed quite a few people so he's had real world experience again where this thousand dollar a month is universal healthcare thing comes from I just not figured it out I mean have you ever worn yet implemented that Derek they're experimenting with it now yeah the basic human living wage yeah money for being Stockton right were they and it went over like through a tinhorn I mean it didn't work not dem is doing 600 a month I think yeah it's it's it's enough if you're already sitting at home on a Wednesday afternoon on your couch it's just gonna buy you more Funyuns yeah right but it's not gonna so what is the goal for universal living wage what exactly is the end game of that because minimum wage right have you seen my movie have you seen the movie idiocracy yes that's what it is that's what it is people just sitting at home who pretty much like toilet water but it's actually you know the hold the end game the goal is really to give people stuck on government assistance oh yeah I'm stuck there that's the end game did they control the money they control the message they control you let's go back to the debate since your C's not wearing a tie he's one of us to me particularly as technology is now automating away millions of American jobs it's why Donald Trump is our president today that we automated away 4 million manufacturing jobs in Michigan Ohio and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin and we're about to do the same thing to millions of retail jobs call center jobs fast food jobs truck driving jobs that's going on through the economy sorry if I get to understand a little bit better so are you saying $1,000 a month for everyone over 18 but a value-added tax so you can spend that thousand dollars on value-added tax well the value-added tax would end up you'd still be increasing the buying power of the bottom 94 percent of Americans you have to spend a lot of money for a mild value-added tax to eat up twelve thousand dollars a year per individual so for the average family with two or three adults would be 24 to 36 thousand dollars a year okay congressman solo I talked a little bit again and you just actually mentioned it many Americans would things like so it's on cars a living what would you do to help people get the skills they need to advance to this new world looks like we learn he creates more jobs than it displaces I've seen the anxiety across America where the manufacturing floors go from a thousand to a hundred to one so we have to because he's never held the teachers who prepare our kids wipe the student debt from any teacher that goes into a community that needs it invest in America's communities especially where places for the best exports are people who move away to get skills but Jose I was six years old when a presidential candidate came to the California Democratic convention and said it's time to pass the torch to a new generation of Americans that candidate was then-senator Joe Biden Joe Biden was right when he said it was time to pass the torch to a new generation of Americans 32 years ago for families who are you got to be careful I'm still that torch I want to make you clear to you look the fact of the matter is with real quick because that was just that's such a classic Democrat move in a debate you had you're talking you're talking you're talking i-i'll come fully and I go okay did I acknowledge that you spoke then I go the fact of the matter is and just boom he just dusted swallow well justjust and rape debate no my dad by the way folks if you're watching this live with us on Facebook if you type in your comments we've just been told that Eagle comments will come up on the big screen here so you guys can actually see it if they're funny I guess there's editing go- facebook youtube twitter twitter all this technology yeah the technologies happening tonight sponsored by jack daniels and monkey shoulder whiskey tonight it takes you and Michael Loftus hit play yeah there it is we have our crab belt there's a lot we can do but we have to make continuing education available for everyone so that everyone can compete in the 21st century we're not doing that now the fossil fuel industry – these are the source of money for have unbelievable influence over the economic and political life of this cut I'll let you all speak you know what America does not want to witness a food fight they want to know how we're going to put food on their table the issue that is at play in America today and we've all been traveling around the country I certainly have I'm meeting people who are working two and three jobs you know this president walks around talking about and flouting his great economist down here all this economy of yours all the talks about the stock market well that's fine if your own stocks so many families in America do not you ask them how are you measuring the greatness of this economy of yours and they point to the job to this numbers in the unemployed interesting by the way one job to have a roof over their head and again look at everything let's talk about healthcare and this is gonna be a show of hands question we asked a question about health care last night that spurred a lot of discussion as you know we're gonna do it again now many people watching in a home have health insurance of their employer who here would abolish their private health insurance in favor of a government-run plan none of the ones who work for the government to reverse this is a very important issue right there a single-payer but it has a Buy in transition period which is really important in 2005 when I ran for Congress and it's two-to-one Republican district Gillibrand here's where Christians going wrong Kirsten Kirsten keaston here's where she's going too many specifics to me in 2005 when I did this the rate of blah blah blah was up gonna I'm glossing over you lost me you lost me honey this is a boring PTA meeting look at all the other candidates and watch what they're doing it's brilliant they're not talking about specifics it's all emotion it's all emotion there are no facts there's nothing to back it up it's like we deserve this we know people are struggling it's not working for anyone don't you just want to live don't you it is this is what the Republicans always it's hard to fight back against this it's pure emotion this is this is the woman that said out loud that she wants to give Social Security to illegal aliens yeah that it is a right for Social Security which we're paying into which is a Ponzi scheme that's not enough anyway to be given to people who've never paid into it right and it's a right which means it's constitutional for people that were not citizens to begin with or are citizens it's insane simply say you know what you're getting she is not one of the two people with any street cred she has zero street cred none she's and she represent a big tobacco the reason she flipped to being a Democrat was because that was what was open that was the quick shot and that really is that was what happened you don't work for big tobacco and then you go I'm gonna run as a I just saw in this country party t-shirt looks I love this is amazing the Loftus party calm which we could find it new debate let's show you the debate back live in action Kirsten Gillibrand doesn't have access to insurance they like they could buy in a percentage of income they could afford so that's what we put into the transition period for our medicare-for-all plan I believe we need to get to universal health care as a right and not a privilege to single-payer the quickest way you get there is you create competition with the insurers god bless the insurers if they want to compete they can certainly try but they've never put people over their profits and I doubt they ever will so what will happen is people will choose Medicare you will transition we will get to Medicare the way you have I would that's a lot of boat load there we go hey you joining us right now I love this gal an independently wealthy trillionaire and also one of the greatest political operatives on the planet sue robertson is in the house suits glad to have you with us is that opposed to the unknown independent trillionaires yes because you know some people became trillionaires late no they get that mandatory thousand dollars a month yeah that's where the ceilings gonna be in Stockton eventually that's exactly right that's it and she was the first one to hit a trillion dollars in $1,000 payments or may in doing Andrew yang yeah let's go back join the debate just like Social Security so that you buy in your whole life it is always there for you and it's permanent and it's universal anytime's I want to put that same question to Mayor Buda jeez yeah we've taught look everybody who says Medicare for all every person in politics who allows that phrase to escape their lips has a responsibility to explain how you're actually supposed to get from here to there Thanks how I would do it it's very similar I would call it here you take something like Medicare a flavor of that you make it available on the exchanges people can buy in and then if people like us are right in that that will be more information credit he actually more efficient to buy him than any of the corporate answers out there then it will be a very natural glide path to the single-payer environment but let's remember even in countries that have outright socialized medicine like England even there there's still a private sector that's fine it's just it for our primary care we can't be relying on the tender mercies of the corporate system this was very personal I started out this year dealing with the terminal illness of my father for the kind of decisions I couldn't imagine what it'd be like and not had adequate health care available immediately and then when my son came home from Iraq after year was diagnosed with cancer does have an option everyone whether their private insurance and pleure insurance are no insurance they fact could buy in in the exchange to a Medicare like plan and the way to do that we can do it quick look Virgen see matters there's people right now facing what I faced and what we face without any of the help I had we must move now I'm against any Democrat who opposes but takes Obamacare and any Republican wants to get rid of let me let me turn to senator Sanders system as we know it and replace it with a government-run plan none of the states that have tried something like that California Vermont New York has struggled with it successful politicians can't make it work in those states how would you implement it on a national level how does this work I find it hard to believe every other major country on Earth including my neighbor 50 miles north of me in Canada somehow has figured out a way to provide health care to every man woman and child in most cases they're spending a deposit because Budaj edge was bringing up socialized medicine in England and now Bernie Sanders is bringing up the socialized medicine in Canada in Canada where they literally have to have lotteries they have lotteries to try to raise enough money to get like new cat scan devices they have lotteries so they can get new ultrasound equipment listen this would be great if the healthcare in Canada was just knocking it out of the park Healthcare Canada blows I'm all my Canadian friends you go there you get your teeth cleaned and then you come back to the states for the thing and like in and with with Budaj edge talking about socialized medicine and how wonderful it is in England why did Keith why did why did Mick Jagger just get his heart surgery done in the US of A right yeah because he he wanted to live baby okay so I'm from England and the fact is is that if you go back to if I go back to England right now there's some health care that I'm gonna get on the NHS national healthcare service and there's gonna be some that is going to be called rationed rationing folks is meaning that if I have a certain ailment I have to I have to hopefully not be on the list that that is verboten surgeries okay if I'm obese or from smoking I'm not going to be treated so this is when people don't understand be very clear the function of health care today from the insurance and drug company perspective it's not to revive all that he can do all in a cost-effective way the function of the healthcare system today is to make billions in profits for the insurance companies and last year if you could believe it while we pay the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs and I will lowered prescription drug prices in half in this country that's 110 companies from 349 yeah $1.00 in profit they will spend hundreds of millions of dollars lying to the American people telling us why we cannot send send a medic a beautiful we'll do a real change has always taken place with the big farmer that they couldn't negotiate that was just part of the regular corruption by which multinational corporations have their way with us you know I want to say that Senator Bennet and others but I agree with almost everything here I'll tell you one thing it's really nice if we got all these plans but if you think we're gonna beat Donald Trump by just having all these plans you've got another thing coming because he didn't win I think he had a plan he won by simply saying make America great again we've gotta get deeper than just superficial fixes as important as we have an extremist care system United States we just wait till somebody gets sick and then we talk about who's going to pay for the treatment and how they're going to be treated well we need to talk about is why so many Americans have necessary chronic illnesses so many more sixty six years old for Houston Texas middle class family as a lawyer obviously that money went away we have been Kelley's here in California building moment ago it created jobs yes she has created jobs the condition of her home state is bad its California bad bad bad her net worth is around four million dollars and last year she made about know our net worth is uh she's very five and ten million yeah I thought she had more money than that I've known for a long time actually a great chick just not you know she I don't I think when it comes to something like this it's a little bit out of our bailiwick I enjoyed her as Roseanne Roseannadanna she's got a Gilda radner's hot sister vibe to the bank enough to get us to Universal I believe that will get us the quickest way there and I thought vice president was very moving about this in mayor Peters at the owners mouth I had a prostate cancer recently as you may know and why sounds a little late getting in the race the same week my kid had a rapid that could mean out and I feel very strong there too wealthy wealthy they make too much money to be on Medicaid they can't afford health insurance I love with more senator Sanders hundred and thirty million people in the United States easily the number of people for others that want to keep it they should be able to keep it and and I think that will be the fastest way to get where we need to go I will say birdie is a very honest person burning up the bracelet over again unlike others that have supported this legislation except insurance for I guess that's for plastic surgery just jealous you know Mike Medicare quick I could diet any the most popular health insurance program in the country people don't like their private insurance companies they like their doctors and hospitals on the our plan people go to any doctor they want any hospital they want we will substantially lower the cost of health care in this country because we'll stop the greed of the remember Halloween oh that one looking at the sliding glass doors while they have the hand on the forehead of their no knowing that if they walk through those sliding glass doors even though they have insurance what they will be out of five thousand deductible five thousand dollars when they walk through those doors Obamacare oh really complaining about what your president thank you we find health insurance companies every single week to propose in one form or another this is a show of hands question and hold them up for a moment so people can see these your hands they've covered if your government plan would provide coverage for undocumented immigrants country is healthier when everybody is healthier and remember we're talking about something ago given a chance to buy into in the same way now there are undocumented immigrants in my community who paid they pay sales taxes directly and well it's not about a handout this is an insurance program and we do ourselves no favors by having 11 million undocumented people in our country be unable to access health care but of course the real problem is 20 you shouldn't have 11 million undocumented people with no pathway to citizenship it makes no sense in it's for dreamers we need to clean up the lawful immigration system like how my father immigrated to this country Washington about the system we're living in it tells you a new structural reform the Vice President Biden I believe you said that your health care plan would not cover undocumented immigrants could you explain your position I'm sorry big apartment I believe with the show of hands do not raise your hand you said they would be covered under your plan you cannot no matter where they come from no matter what their status right help go uncovered you can't do that it's just gonna be taken care of period you have to it's a humane thing to do but here's the deal the deal is that he's right about three things number one they in fact contributes to the well-being of the country but they also for example they increased the life span of Social Security because they're so all Democrats just raised their hands for giving millions of illegal aliens and limited health care how about take how do we get back on social media it looks like it looks like here's something that you can have this is good for your dinner parties and good for play we need agreement that when when people talk about our broken immigration system and all this lovely stuff I always I always ask them what's the magic number right now we have 1 million people that we in that that we allow to live in America and become citizens and we do love legal immigration nobody loves this country than people who have waited in line for years to get here all right so we have a million people coming in a year that's my magic number that's my magic number I want to know from these candidates when they're like I guess there is no borders just come just come from everywhere and enjoy all the fruits and labors of everyone else don't like you know what people if they're that big into it when you go to the ballot box or whatever when you register well however you register you go in and you say I feed guys we did yeah Oh No we'll get away so nobody's seeing us nobody's seeing this well and then the other great fallacy always talk about you know they're they're not citizens but they spend sales tax when they when they buy things the sales tax it's still a net loss yep it's still a huge net loss no monster and I'm very sorry didn't it sounds horrible and racist but you know what well this was wrong with the governor registry I love it the flip of it and the actual reality of it is I want people from all over the world to be able to get here and that's what our immigration system does now a million people from all over the globe right now we're showing preferential treatment from people from Central and South America so it is actually more racist to not have a border secure douche well you know why is the black community saying anything about this I mean the other ones that you know I went to Skid Row the other day that's 90 percent black it's not 95 percent I was expecting to see some Mexicans none you know what as a general rule Mexicans are hardworking they're good family people they're great family people register yeah they would go and they would say that for the most part they with you they're right we are we are we streaming they're not streaming I have no idea where we're streaming on the able to – but it's just us there's no debate on right now and on Facebook it's automatically reset so people can watch the first you know what kicked off in facebook we need to go back home which means it's going to be two separate feeds now on Facebook or on YouTube no that was YouTube for me yeah on YouTube what was the Facebook feed there's five people watching this live right now on YouTube five of you what are you doing YouTube people are the best people and I'm not just saying that because it's only YouTube I'm not paying in during my tubers we're gonna take a little break we're gonna figure some stuff out we're gonna lightly shock the small kangaroo baby that runs the wheel and get it alright

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