Giordano: Why Can't Bernie Condemn Castro?

Dom Giordano Program | February 24, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
February 24, 2020 - 1:15 pm
PASADENA, CA - MAY 31: Sen. Bernie Sanders appears at a campaign rally at the Pasadena Convention Center on May 31, 2019 in Pasadena, California. Sanders and three other candidates for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination - Sen. Kamala Harris, Juli

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Yes, Bernie Is A Stooge. No, He's Not A Russian Stooge.

Today, Dom led off the show by revealing Donald Trump's walk-up music while visiting India, which Dom argues fits his mentality fairly well. Then, Dom discusses Bernie Sanders' adamant disowning of the fracking industry, which Dom prognosticates will cause a huge loss in Pennsylvania. Also, Dom plays back portions of Bernie Sanders' interview on 60 Minutes, in which he doubled down and again defended Cuban dictator Fidel Castro when asked about past video record showing him doing the same thing. Also, Dom delves back into a conversation about the importance in combating student loan debt.

Who's Your 'Person #1?'

Dom Giordano comments on the 2020 census and the question that faces every household, that being who will be named "Person #1." Once known as "head of the household," Dom questions how this is quantified in 2020. Dom also comments on the new labels featured on the census form. Dom grills Joe about his love life and gets the latest on his dating situation. Dom, Dan, and Joe debate whether or not Fox News sends a good message by having women with blonde hair as the majority on their programming. Plus, Dom addresses the controversy surrounding MSNBC host Chris Matthews and the movement calling for Matthews to be fired from his Hardball hosting duties.

Is Health Care A 'Winning Issue?'

Dom theorizes what will happen when the Trump supporters and "Bernie Bros" push back against Nancy Pelosi and explains why the radical ideas for student loan debt is more disconcerting than the "Medicare-for-All" plan. Dom argues with a caller about free healthcare and whether or not citizens should have to give up their private health insurance. Dom continues the discussion on what should not be changed, with answers ranging from the Electoral College to autonomous cars that drive themselves.