Giordano: New Jersey Governor 'Drunk' with Power

The Dom Giordano Program | April 16, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
April 16, 2020 - 2:52 pm
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Tucker Carlson Takes on New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy

Dom Giordano talks about the possibility of Memorial Day not happening and the election looming as the pandemic continues. Dom talks about the protest that will take place in Harrisburg and the Bill of Rights dispute between Tucker Carlson and New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. Dom praises Carlson for how he handled the interview, calling Murphy "drunk" on his power to institute directives. Dom comments on the mentality to "suck it up" and forego elective surgery during the quarantine and criticizes the media for being "agenda-driven." Plus, Dom suggests SEPTA mandates people wear protective coverings to protect the population.

 

Judicial Watch's Tom Fitton On Voter Fraud

Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, returns to the Dom Giordano Program to discuss the Democratic push for mail-in voting. Fitton explains his research on the subject, and the discovery that 2.5 million extra names appeared on the voter rolls that shouldn’t be there for one reason or another. Also, Fitton comments on progressive Governors, particularly Phil Murphy, and the overreach of their power. Fitton brings up an instance on yesterday’s Tucker Carlson show, in which Murphy said he wasn’t thinking of the Bill of Rights when rolling out restrictions, and that it’s “above his pay grade.” And Fitton provides an update on Judicial Watch’s efforts to bring justice to the Hillary Clinton private email controversy.

 

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Takes Measures to Protect Nursing Homes

Dom Giordano talks with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma about their role in healthcare in America, setting quality standard and regulating medical facilities such as nursing homes. Verma talks about the policies to screen visitors entering nursing homes and the trends of infections. Plus, Verma praises the American people for their part in flattening the curve by following the mandate to practice social distancing for 30 days.