Giordano: Was The Halftime Show Too Sexual, Or Is It Just Me?

Dom Giordano Program | February 3, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
February 03, 2020 - 1:13 pm
MIAMI, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 02: (L-R) Shakira and Jennifer Lopez perform onstage during the Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show at Hard Rock Stadium on February 02, 2020 in Miami, Florida.

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The Underlying Politics of the Superbowl

Dom opens the show talking about the Superbowl ads of President Donald Trump and Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Dom talks about the NRA's reaction to Bloomberg's Superbowl advertisement and explains why he does not think Bloomberg is the "antidote" to Donald Trump.  Dom comments on the politics of the Superbowl and gives his review of the halftime show, pointing out the political statement the performance made and whether or not the presentation should be kid-friendly. Plus, Dom reflects on the greatest TV pitchmen of all-time​ in honor of the Superbowl's famed advertisements.

Breaking Down Iowa

Dom Giordano then spent some time discussing today's Iowa caucus for the Democratic primary. Dom discusses the new rules laid out for this year's caucus, which may trip up and muddle the final results of the caucus. For example, for the first time, the totals from the first and second rounds will be released to the public. Dom also prognosticates tonight's election. Also, Dom discusses the tactics being employed by Democrats to help their chances tonight, including Elizabeth Warren's offer to hire babysitters so parents can caucus for her.

NRA Spokeswoman Calls Out Michael Bloomberg for Superbowl Ad.

Dom talks with NRA Spokeswoman Amy Hunter about the Michael Bloomberg Superbowl ad and explains how she feels Bloomberg views himself as a king and the U.S. citizens as his subjects. Hunter explains how Bloomberg talks around the issue of gun control, saying how she thinks he wants to disarm American citizens. Hunter points out how Bloomberg walks around with armed security, calling it "the ultimate...hypocrisy." Hunter points out the inaccuracies in Bloomberg's Superbowl ad and laments Bloomberg's proposals. Plus, Hunter weighs in on the "Red Flag" laws.