A podcast of the show is here. Malik’s other guests included Juanita Broaddrick. Pauline comes on at the 49:40 mark.
The Dean Malik Show airs noon Fridays on WWDB 860 AM.
Considering the behavior among Montco GOP commissioner candidates — yes Joe Gale and Jeff Salvino you are getting blamed for this too — we fear Lawrence will be returned to office.
We have not heard any prominent Republican condemn, attack or even question Lawrence but we’ve certainly heard them go after each other.
The Democrats have circled the wagons around this protege of Josh Shapiro while the Republicans have created a circular firing squad. Call it how to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory and let injustice go unpunished.
John Fredericks Hosted Billie — Firefighter and veteran Joe Billie, a blue collar guy who has thrown his hat in the ring to take on Democrat incumbent Mary Gay Scanlon in Pennsylvania’s 5th Congressional District race in 2020, was a guest on this morning’s The John Fredericks Show.
Joe says he was motivated to run by veterans matters and policies that ignored the elderly.
Good point Joe.
Hey Mary Gay, how much would the plans of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren to forgive the student debt of white suburban college grads take from the elderly, veterans and blue collar people? You support the idea right? You certainly haven’t criticized it.
Fredericks encouraged Joe but said he had an uphill battle in 5th which was redistricted by the Democrat state Supreme Court in 2018 to give the area a heavy D-tilt.
Mary Gay might be more vulnerable than is thought. She’s been offering pablum on immigration while joining her party in stopping every necessary step by the Trump administration to resolve the crisis.
What is the problem with giving the Border Patrol whatever it wants whether it be a wall or more facilities for children who have been separated from the adults they were with and who may not necessarily be their parents? Why not say you support those who have been ordered by courts to be deported to be arrested and deported?
You can’t say that, can you?
Yeah, the Rs have a chance to flip the district if they fight. Joe is willing. Let him at it.
Bernie Sanders Gang Rape Misogyny — Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, dictator wannabe and long-time lover of totalitarianism, projected his own vile hate in his response to last night’s (June 18) phenomenal re-election campaign kick-off speech by President Trump.
“We have a president who is a racist, who is a sexist, who is a homophobe, who is a xenophobe and he is a religious bigot,” Sanders said. “His strategy to win reelection is to divide people up.”
Religious bigot, Bernie? Who’s the guy who went after Trump nominee Russell Vought for his religious beliefs? Divide people up? Who’s the guy who supported a woman for president who called half the country “deplorable” and “irredeemable”?
Racist? So Bernie why did you fire Tezlyn Figaro? Why are there more Blacks at Trump rallies than at yours? Seriously, Bernie your rallies are pretty vanilla.
The most glaring example, though, of your twisted projection is your allegation of “sexism”. You are the guy who said that women liked being gang-raped.
Remember what you wrote when you were a young sexually active college student? “A woman enjoys intercourse with her man — as she fantasizes being raped by three men simultaneously.’’ That’s a pretty unambiguous opinion, you must admit.
More damningly, though, is what you said about the male perspective: “A man goes home and masturbates his typical fantasy. A woman on her knees. A woman tied up. A woman abused . . .”
That’s directly from your twisted heart.
Bernie, your net worth is over $2.5 million and you own three homes. When are you going to give two of them away to oppressed minorities and limit yourself to 1,000 square feet in the third with undocumented aliens as guest housemates? Remember don’t vet them for membership in MS13. That would be xenophobic.
Workable Wealth Tax Can Be Found — Democrat Presidential candidates are pushing a wealth tax which means making the rich pay their fair share . They have a point. We’ve conceived our own wealth tax. It’s just, won’t harm the economy and will make the rich pay their fair share.
Means test congressional salaries. No congressman or senator with a net worth of seven figures should receive the $174,000 congressional salary. Regarding the $174,000 salary, see point 4.
Salaries for those in organizations receiving tax-funded grants must be limited to $99,000.
Those who pretend to be American Indians when registering for a Bar Association must be surcharged 90 percent of their $18 million net worth which will be given to needy people on reservations. By the way Liz, that will still leave you with almost $2 million which is still pretty sweet. We’ll grant, however, that it will disqualify you from your legislative salary. See point 1.
Children, socialism is a scam used by lying, greedy sociopaths who say they want to help the poor and fight for justice but in their hearts only want wealth, power and luxury.
Fidel Castro was worth about $900 million when he died. The net worth of Maria Gabriela Chávez, who is the daughter of Hugo Chavez, the late Venezuelan socialist strongman, is $4.2 billion.
Stan Casacio Peace Offering — Just heard from the great and influential Stan Casacio, who is seeking to bring peace and unity to Montco after a bitter primary battle for county commissioner.
Stan says he would like to reach out to incumbent Joe Gale who remains angry at the county GOP for dirty deeds done nine days ago.
Gale, as per election-night tallies, was the top Republican vote-getter for the two seats on the Nov. 5 ballot. He ran as a ticket, however, with his brother Sean who finished third behind Fred Conner.
The county GOP claimed it would not make an endorsement but a “green ballot” with a strong resemblance to the official one was distributed at polling places with only Conner’s name. The ballot had been paid for by paid by “Citizens for Conner.”
The Gales think that’s what led to Conner’s victory over Sean.
Stan, who had nothing to do with the ballot and holds no official position with the county party other than committeeman, notes that politics are dirty.
“Jeff (Salvino) is upset because he didn’t think of it first,” Stan says regarding the Gales’ hard-nosed campaign manager.
The three-person board now controlled by Democrats Valerie A. Arkoosh and Kenneth E. Lawrence Jr. is mandated to have one member be of the minority party.
It is a fear that Gale and Conner factions will “bullet-vote” rather than work as a team and go for all the marbles.
“A certain part of the deal has to be trust,” says Stan.
Stan is running for county controller with the party endorsement.
Stan, like Joe, is a proven corruption fighter. Stan took on the Republican establishment at much aggravation and cost to himself when it wasn’t cool to do so. He was instrumental in starting Joe’s campaign four years ago.
Stan says he will back Joe for board chairman and even further, which will become a very real possibility as Joe will get much of the credit if the GOP flips the county.
The Democrat incumbents are beatable. Stan says rank and file members of that party are telling him they are very unhappy with Arkoosh and will not be voting for her, while Lawrence is being dogged by allegations of having committed rape. Yes, we believe Pauline.
Rebecca Warren Falls Short, Joe Gale Wins — With 96 percent of the state-wide vote in as of 11:45 p.m., May 21, Rebecca Warren is about 25,000 votes behind second place Christylee Peck who has about 337,000 in the Republican Superior Court primary.
Two seats are being contested for 10-year terms on the court which is the intermediate appellate court for most matters in the state.
In first place is establishment choice Megan King who has about 357,000 votes. Ms. King received a last minute endorsement form President Trump.
Somebody must have been nervous.
In better news, incumbent Joe Gale appears to be the top vote-getter in the GOP Montco Commissioner race at, unofficially, 16,233. Unfortunately his brother Sean is about 1,649 votes behind second place Fred Conner who ended up, unofficially, with 16,114 votes in the five man race. Dean Eisenberger got 14,454 votes and France W. Krazalkovich got 5,909 votes
Conner was the establishment favorite.
Gale and Conner will face on Nov. 5 Democrat incumbents Val Arkoosh and Kenneth E. Lawrence, Jr., who has been dogged by allegations of committing a rape.
The top-votegetter of the minority party is guaranteed a seat on the board.
In best news, though, Republican Fred Keller crushed Democrat Marc Friedenberg to win a special election to Pennsylvania’s 12 District Congressional seat that was strangely vacated by Tom Marino in January.
Keller got, unofficially, 78,844 votes to Friedenberg’s 33,244. votes.
Pennsylvania Primary Election 2019 — Today, May 21, is primary election day in Pennsylvania. Poll hours are 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
It’s an odd numbered year so on the ballot will be races for municipal offices, school board seats, and state and local judges.
Cross-filling is allowed in school board and county judicial races so voting for party recommended persons is advised in these matters if one is unaware of the candidates.
The most relevant state-wide race is for Superior Court judge. In the Republican Primary two seats are being contested for 10-year terms on the court which is the intermediate appellate court for most matters in the state. We strongly urge bullet voting for Rebecca Warren. Bullet voting means only voting for a single person despite being eligible to vote for another. Rebecca will not be appearing on most GOP sample ballots.
Concerning the Montgomery County Commissioner Republican Primary, we urge votes for Joe and Sean Gale.
Joe Gale Smears Show Establishment Fears — Maybe the greatest service provided Donald Trump is exposing the mind-blowing political corruption that has been impoverishing us for decades and the extent of which we have been blissfully unaware.
The corruption is the same regardless of the party in power.
Montgomery County residents have been getting flyers attacking incumbent county Commissioner Joe Gale as the Republican Party primary approaches May 21.
Rebecca Warren Outshines Debate Opponents — We have been told that Rebecca Warren was the star of the Pennsylvania Superior Court candidate’s debate held Tuesday, May 7, at the Free Public Library in Philadelphia. Only about 50 persons were in the the audience.
Two seats are being contested for 10-year terms on the court which is the intermediate appellate court for most matters in the state. We understand it to be the busiest appellate court in the nation.