Giordano: 'It Isn't Over Until Elizabeth Warren Sings'

The Dom Giordano Program | February 12, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
February 12, 2020 - 2:23 pm

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The Popularity of the Democratic Socialist Brand

​Dom Giordano talks about what it takes to be a good "Democratic Socialist" and theorizes what transformed Bernie Sanders into one in the first place. Dom talks about the refinery issue in Pennsylvania and explains why the race isn't over until "Elizabeth Warren sings." Dom explains the problem with socialism and where it runs into trouble when it "collides with reality." Dom names the thing that will help Bernie Sanders in the election. Plus, Dom questions who is America's Sweetheart and debates callers on Roger Stone and the fate he faces.


Bloomberg Sr. National Spokesperson Addresses Stop and Frisk Controversy

​Dom Giordano talks with Mike Bloomberg's Senior National Spokesperson, Sabrina Singh, about the reaction to Mike Bloomberg in New Hampshire and where Bloomberg stands in the race. Singh explains how Bloomberg has laid out the infrastructure to victory in swing states such as Pennsylvania. Sing talks about Bloomberg's feelings toward taxes and addresses how the public does not feel the economic rise in their paychecks. Singh comments on the Bloomberg campaign's position on stop and frisk, revealing that Bloomberg apologized for his past views on the issue and explaining how that makes Bloomberg a great leader. Plus, Singh comments on Bloomberg's views on health and whether or not he has changed his views on dietary choices.


Stone Should Be Pardoned

In the second hour of today's show, Dom discusses the potential for Roger Stone to be pardoned by President Trump. Last hour, Dom played a clip of Elizabeth Warren essentially calling for Stone to die in jail, and Dom explains why he believes Roger Stone should indeed be pardoned. Also, Bill Gates has ordered up a $644 million yacht. Dom wonders what Democrats would think of him spending that much on a boat... even though it IS hydrogen powered. And Dom reacts to a new Gallup poll indicating that over 60% of voters feel they're better off financially in this campaign than in recent past.