'If The Data Doesn't Fit, The Shutdown You Must Quit'

The Dom Giordano Program | May 12, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
May 12, 2020 - 12:53 pm
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Businesses and Residents Seek a Date to Re-Open

Dom Giordano talks with Commissioner Diane Ells-Marseglia about the need for residents and businesses to have a firm date for when to reopen Bucks County and the evidence showing community spread is under control. Marseglia asserts that she will get a call tomorrow offering a ballpark figShuture and explains that she did not demand the Govenor call her tomorrow, but requested it. Marseglia addresses Health Secretary Rachel Levine's credibility and the trouble Bucks County is facing with poll workers.

 

Brian Kilmeade on Sam Houston and Coronavirus

Brian Kilmeade, host of Fox and Friends, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to announce the release of the paperback version of Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers: The Texas Victory That Changed American History. Kilmeade discusses the impact of Texas history, particularly the Alamo, on the landscape of current politics, and the courageous life of Sam Houston. Then, the conversation turns toward current events, with a discussion pertaining to the federal and state responses and ‘shortcomings’ to the epidemic.

 

Veteran Advocates For Honoring Veterans at Cemeteries

Dom Giordano talks with Montgomery County State Rep. Candidate Tracy Pennycuick about her campaign and her military service. Pennycuick explains how visiting a cemetery and honoring veterans is risk-free, even more so than playing a round of golf. Pennycuick talks about how veterans reflecting on their military service during quarantine can be good and bad, and maintains that honoring fellow veterans can be therapeutic. Pennycuick explains that while a ceremony might be out of the question, there is nothing wrong with putting a flag at the grave, despite what the government is saying about the risk.