LISTEN HERE: US Senator Pat Toomey on WKOK’s On The Mark
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US Senator Pat Toomey was one of the guests on WKOK’s live telephone talkshow ‘On The Mark’ Monday. He discussed the failed Senate Bill 1 which would have overhauled the nation’s election system, the make-up and decisions of the US Supreme Court, the filibuster/legislative impasse in the US Senate, packing the US Supreme Court, the infrastructure compromise, wasteful spending, recapturing the US House and US Senate, voting ‘no’ on Pres. Biden’s nominees and judges, and a comprehensive look at Jan. 6 riots.
6/28/21 On The Mark: Mark & Joe host our Senators: PA Senator John Gordner and US Senator Pat Toomey…
Newsradio 1070 WKOK
8:32am to 8:50am:John Gordner, State Senator (R-17th, Berwick), on using constitutional amendments to get work done, especially the voter ID proposal, updates on the PA budget, other proposed election law/voting changes and Senator Regan’s goal of repealing a low to which he just pleaded guilty. 9:20am: Pat Toomey, US Senator (R-Pa. US Sen), on the end of Senate Bill 1, the election/voting overhaul, which died this week. We’ll talk about any good elements that could be saved? The so-called compromise infrastructure bill isn’t really a compromise nor a bill… We always ask about any common sense changes in gun laws
Senator Pat Toomey returns to the Dom Giordano Program to warn listeners about the forthcoming debate and narrative surrounding the enormous ‘For The People Act,’ which Toomey frames as an effort to eliminate the filibuster to allow a clear path to further their radicalized agenda. Toomey lays forth what he predicts the media narrative to look like surrounding the Senate debate of the issue, and explains how the bill is not what it’s being sold as, that being a bill to make it easier for Americans to vote in elections, and further pushes the country toward a one-party rule. Then, Giordano and Toomey discuss the decision by Bishops to reconsider whether or not Biden should be given communion based on his beliefs on the abortion issue. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Senator Pat Toomey joins the show to talk about the conversations about infrastructure he's had with the administration. He says he has different ideas then others. He also talks about all of the job openings in Pittsburgh and the idea of "covid lazy"See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
March 28 — Sen. Chris Murphy, Sen. Pat Toomey & Rep. Judy Chu
NBC Meet the Press
In today’s special edition on gun violence, Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.) discuss the spate of mass shootings and the stalemate gun reform. Peter Baker, Al Cardenas, Heather McGhee and Vicky Nguyen join the Meet the Press roundtable.
Interview with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen; Interview with Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey; Interview with Budget Committee Chairman Sen. Bernie Sanders; Interview with Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley
State of the Union
First, Jake talks to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen about President Biden’s $1.9 trillion covid relief package, amid criticism from Republicans and some Democrats that it’s too big. Next, Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey responds to Yellen and also looks ahead to the start of former President Trump’s second impeachment trial in the Senate this week. Then, Jake asks Budget Committee Chairman Sen. Bernie Sanders about calls to make stimulus checks more targeted and leave his proposed minimum wage hike out of the covid bill. Finally, Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley joins Jake to reflect on her experience during the Capitol attack one month ago.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Jan. 10 — Mick Mulvaney, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, Sen. Pat Toomey
NBC Meet the Press
Former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney talks to Meet the Press about why President Trump's actions in the last week were a breaking point for some in the administration. In an exclusive interview with Meet the Press, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.), Chair, House Democratic Caucus, talks to Chuck Todd about the Democrats' impeachment plans. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) tells Chuck Todd that he believes the best path forward would be for President Trump to leave the White House and resign. Kasie Hunt, Hallie Jackson, Jeh Johnson and Peggy Noonan join the Meet the Press roundtable to discuss how Congress will react to the Trump mob that stormed that Capitol.
Interview with House Majority Whip Rep. James Clyburn; Interview with Republican Sen. Pat Toomey; Interview with Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan; Interview with Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin
State of the Union
First, House Majority Whip Rep. James Clyburn joins Jake to preview House Democrats’ plan to impeach President Trump for the second time. Then, Jake presses Republican Sen. Pat Toomey about what responsibility his party bears for the attack on the Capitol. Next, Jake asks Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan why the Pentagon delayed his efforts to mobilize the Maryland National Guard to send to Washington. Then, Jake talks to Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin on if the House and Senate should proceed with impeaching President Trump in his last days in office. Finally, Jake closes with a message for Republican leaders who supported President Trump’s efforts to overturn the election.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Episode 06- Senator Pat Toomey #RINO, Michigan Canvassers Getting Doxxed and Rudy Giuliani's Press Conference
Conservative Pirate Radio
On this wonderful Sunday, we talk about #RINO Pat Toomey, Michigan election canvassers getting doxed by a liberal scum bag and a little bit about Rudy Giuliani's press conference.If you like the podcast, don't forget to share us with your friends!Check us out on some of our socials:twitter.com/Jonathon_Hawkparler.com/JonathonHawk
Senator Pat Toomey and Susquehanna Polling and Research's Jim Lee
The Dom Giordano Program
In an active final hour of the Dom Giordano Program, Senator Pat Toomey checks in to tell listener’s what he’s seeing as votes roll following Election Day. Toomey notes that the election isn’t done yet, but he sees the odds looking good for Republicans both on a Presidential level and on a Senate and House level. Also, Toomey takes listeners inside what it is like running for office in the state of Pennsylvania, explaining that there needs to be more transparency in the process regardless of what happens. Then, James Lee, President and CEO of Susquehanna Polling and Research rejoins the Dom Giordano Program for an update on his polling as things shake out in Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Nevada, and explain his thoughts on the polling industry as a whole after another embarrassment in 2020. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.