Giordano: 'The Dems Have Provoked Their Followers Into Ignorance'

Dom Giordano Program | November 13, 2019

The Dom Giordano Program
November 13, 2019 - 1:57 pm

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This Isn’t The Beginning Of The End, It’s The End Of The Beginning

Dom looks into the live public impeachment hearings, and explains why he believes that the impeachment hearing is not the beginning of the end as the Democrats hope it to be, rather it’s the end of the beginning. Dom theorizes what Adam Schiff’s strategy will be over the next few days, pointing towards a Tuesday interview with NPR in which he laid out that ‘quid pro quo’ is not as much an issue as Trump’s supposed ‘bribery.’ Also, Dom discusses a new initiative by the state of New Jersey that would make idling a car illegal.

Sarah Chamberlain on Appealing To Suburban Voters

Sarah Chamberlain, President and CEO of Republican Main Street, joins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss her findings after spending time traveling the country to determine the issues that matter most to suburban voters. Chamberlain penned an op-ed piece for the Philadelphia Inquirer earlier in the week, in which she wrote that the Republican Party has lost touch with suburban voters, using last Tuesday’s Election Day as evidence of such a claim. Chamberlain wrote in the piece that the Republican Party no longer knows the suburban voter and that like our country as a whole, suburban America ‘looks different than it did 50 years ago and their kitchen-table issues have evolved.’ Chamberlain explains to Dom that this issue isn’t solely a Philadelphia problem, but instead an issue that extends throughout the country, and tells Dom how she feels the Republican Party can fix this.

State Rep. Martina White Wants to Unify the Philadelphia GOP

Dom Giordano talks with State Representative Martina White about her pushback on the increasing radicalism in Philadelphia and what to do to broaden the scope of Philadelphia politics. White also comments on how to attract millennials to the city and also gives her stance on the Faulkner murder. White also slams District Attorney Larry Krasner. White explains how the Philadelphia Republican Party is going through a seismic shift and the importance of unity in the party. Plus, White explains why the Republicans lost a seat in Philadelphia city council.