Episode

4/5 Republicans Will go Nuclear on the Filibuster & a New Chemical Attack in Syria

April 5, 2017

Neil Gorsuch will be approved for the Supreme Court. Jeff Merkley, calls out the Republicans for stealing a Supreme Court seat. Chemical weapons attack in Syria. Russia’s unlikely explanation. Trump has no plan on North Korea. Will Democrats win Tom Price’s House seat. Still no deal on the Republicans Obamacare replacement. Record high support for Obamacare. Disparities in how much doctors make. There is a wage gap. Why is Bannon off the NSC?

On The Fun Half: Ivanka Trump has a mind blowing explanation for how she is avoiding conflict of interests. How Ivanka is complicit in Trump’s global war on women. Roger Stone goes after Jared Kushner. Rick Perry is on the NSC. Louie CK, explains Donald Trump perfectly. Jason Miller pretends he does not know who Erik Prince is on an appearance on CNN. How Libertarians  get followers and your calls and IMs.

Cast Michael Brooks, Matt Lech and Kelly Lech.

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