Live from Music Row Friday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael to the studio for another edition of Crom’s Crommentary.
I’m going to tie this into your interview with Senator Bell, which was very interesting. He pointed out that when you get into criminal issues, the burden is with the state or actually it’s not even necessarily criminal.
I guess it could even be civil because I don’t know if the Chevron case is criminal or if it’s civil, but if you’re in an argument with the state, maybe it is criminal. They try to make the burden harder for the state than the individual or for the company because the state is always bigger than the opposition.
And I listened. I said, you know, that’s exactly right. And he pointed out that Chevron is a big company, but most of the cases don’t deal with big companies. And so the Chevron case, if it’s revisited, I hope it is overturned.
But what is interesting is now John Kerry and you’ve got all this terrible mayhem. A maternity hospital was bombed. You have children being killed. You have refugees who are trying to get out, and the Russians seem to be targeting them and killing them.
And then you have this from John Kerry. “We’re already seeing climate refugees around the world. If you think migration has been a problem in Europe and in the Syrian war, wait until you see 100 million people for whom the entire food production capacity has collapsed.”
Well, if you want to make an argument, this is a little bit like Ocasio-Cortez making the argument that the world is going to end in 12 years. She made that two years ago. So we’re down to 10.
And if everything is going to be a catastrophe, if you don’t know exactly what the elitists say, but the way that Kerry said that and then Kamala Harris in Poland asked about refugees coming to America. She had no answer.
And it just dawned on me and struck me like a bolt of lightning, that the Democrats see individuals as just a pawn in their scheme to literally control the world through what Glenn Beck would describe as the Great Reset. And globalism is taking a huge hit with what’s going on in Russia because we’re now seeing what elitists and there’s no way to describe Putin and the oligarchs who support him as anything other than elitists that Biden and the Democrats actually support.
Look at what Biden has done in his one year as president. It harkens back to Jack Kennedy and his abysmal failures in his first twelve months with the Bay of Pigs and the Berlin Wall and then starting Vietnam or getting us involved in Vietnam. You have Biden with his horrific withdrawal from Afghanistan.
And then in November of last year, he signed the agreement with Zelensky that essentially says the United States will do everything it can to support Ukraine joining NATO. And then when Putin responds, the way he said he would respond, and I’m not trying to defend Putin.
I’m just showing how arrogant and stupid Biden is. And then he responds his way. But then the Biden administration won’t give the Ukrainians the ability, the tools they need to fight. You have tens of thousands of people in Ukraine that are being killed.
You have millions that are being impoverished. You have 2 million that have become refugees. And what was Kamala Harris’s response when I asked a refugee question? She cackled and you could tell that this is an uncomfortable question.
So she started cackling. When you look at the Democrats today and you look at how they look at individuals, it’s so sad that they don’t see them as human beings.
They see them as pawns in a game where they wish that they would just shut up and do what they’re told so that they can live their lives of luxury.
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