Giordano: Suburban Counties Will Be 'Overwhelmed' by Mail-In Ballots

The Dom Giordano Program | April 28, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
April 28, 2020 - 2:58 pm

COVID-19 Exploits the Greatest Vulnerability in Voting

​Dom Giordano talks with author Eric Eggers about his latest book, Fraud: How the Left Plans to Steal the Next Election. Eggers explains how his book explores the vulnerabilities of the election system and how he didn't anticipate the global pandemic that would exploit the greatest vulnerability, that being mail-in ballots. Eggers explains ballot harvesting, the practice of soliciting ballots through a third party. While it is legal in California, Eggers explains many states prohibit this procedure. Eggers expresses his concerns about a third party being trusted with a voter's ballot and the health issues that could arise from having people go door-to-door and potentially transmitting COVID-19 to others. Plus, Eggers questions the accuracy of election registration and responds to Dom's concerns about absentee ballots and the possibility of an election being stolen.


Finding the Vaccine for COVID-19 is Imperative

Dom Giordano talks with Dr. Arthur Caplan, founding head of the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU School of Medicine, about speeding up the process of vaccine research by testing the vaccine and giving a person the disease. Caplan explains it can take years for somebody to be infected by the disease and adds that the country will not get out of this plague until a vaccine is available. Caplan talks about the availability of volunteers for the studies and the concerns about paying people to participate in the studies. Caplan compares volunteering for the coronavirus vaccine studies to being a test pilot. Plus, Caplan talks about how the medical community needs to move faster than Jonas Salk when he created the Polio vaccine. 


It's Possible to Show and Sell Houses During COVID-19

Dom Giordano talks with realtor Kathy Gregory and attorney Mark Scaringi about the lawsuit to stop an executive order that limits business operations as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Dom talks about how Gov. Tom Wolf reacts to pressure and asks Gregory about showing homes while practicing proper social distancing procedures. Gregory acknowledges that realtors can respect people who do not wish to show their homes, but also show vacant homes to potential buyers and not halt business dealings all together. Scaringi guesses what drives Gov. Tom Wolf, who Scarinigi says preys on fear and irrationality to appear as though he is protecting the citizens of Pennsylvania. Scaringi adds that Wolf is falling in line with the other governors so he does not appear to be doing nothing.