Giordano to Toomey: 'Why Offer A Witness Trade?'

Dom Giordano Program | January 30, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
January 30, 2020 - 1:25 pm
WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 18: Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) speaks at a press conference on S.667, the "Otto Warmbier North Korea Nuclear Sanctions and Enforcement Act," with a bipartisan group of Senators and Cindy and Fred Warmbier

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Pat Toomey Clears the Air On Witnesses In Senate Impeachment Trial

Dom Giordano talks with Senator Pat Toomey about Burisma and Joe Biden's role with the firm. Toomey also talks about the purpose of a witness in a trial, explaining how he has not yet seen an impeachable offense. Toomey talks about why he does not think Trump's call to Ukraine was a perfect call, pointing out how the President did not have to mention the Bidens in the call. Toomey comments on what is moving trade in the wrong direction. Toomey explains how to move forward in trade and explains the problems that robots in the workplace present.

Abington School Board Member Trashes Police

Today, Dom led off the show by talking about a controversial statement made by an Abington school board member about police officers. During the January 21st school meeting, Dr. Tamar Klaiman said “There’s a lot of evidence that anybody carrying a firearm in a district building puts kids at risk, particularly students of color.” Klaiman continued, “we know that the black and brown students are much more likely to be shot by an officer, especially school resource officers, than other students. Dom takes issue with these comments, particularly the casual nature of said comments, and explains why.

Abington Police Chief Patrick Molloy Speaks Out Against Abington School Board

Dom Giordano talks with Abington Police Chief Patrick Molloy about Abington school board memeber Tamar Klaiman's characterization of cops as officers who routinely shoot people, specifically "black and brown people." Molloy calls the comments "outrageous," calling it "willful ignorance." Molloy explains how Abington School District has had officers in the schools for many years, and never have pulled a gun on a student. Molloy comments on how casual the woman's remarks were and the problem statements such as hers present for police. Molloy talks about the outcry of support the department has received.