Giordano to Giuliani: How Do We Fix Philly?

Dom Giordano Program | October 12, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
October 12, 2020 - 1:12 pm
Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images

Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images

Rudy Giuliani On Law And Order

Former New York City Mayor and great Italian, Rudy Giuliani, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program on Columbus Day. Mayor Giuliani is coming to Philadelphia today to honor the late explorer in an Italians for Trump event. First, Dom asks Giuliani about a tweet he made last night after the NBA finals, in which he said that the Lakers should consider holding their parade in Beijing after staunch support for China throughout the season. Then, Giuliani discusses why he believes Italian Americans should heavily support Donald Trump. Also, Giuliani discusses Biden’s history of selling favors, particularly regarding his son Hunter, and discusses the situation in Philadelphia in which we’re seeing record numbers of homicides, a situation similar to when he took office in New York City.

Jenna Ellis On First Day Of Coney Barrett Hearings

Jenna Ellis, Senior Legal Advisor to the Trump 2020 campaign, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to recap the first hour of hearings for the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Ellis takes us through the opening statements of multiple Democrats, explaining that they were written more as oral arguments propagating their policies rather than standard opening statements in justice hearings.

Philly Ward Leader Matt Wolfe On Election Integrity

Matt Wolfe, Republican attorney and ward leader in West Philadelphia, joins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss his findings in election fraud when monitoring the primary election earlier this year. Wolfe takes us through his experience monitoring polling places and explains the implications that repeat offense could have in the upcoming general election.


Ed Lynes of Philadelphia Weekly Announces Conservative Shift

Ed Lynes, Chief Revenue Officer of Philadelphia Weekly, joins the Dom Giordano Program with an announcement for the future of the weekly alternative newspaper. After a crowdsourcing campaign, the weekly is switching from being a far-left publication to becoming a conservative paper, due to the conservative rise of anti-establishment in the face of very leftist policies of Mayor Jim Kenney and District Attorney Larry Krasner.