The following is a transcript of the first segment of the Pro America Report.
Welcome, welcome, welcome. Ed Martin here on The Pro America Report. We’ve got a lot to cover today, and we’ll get to some great guests.
I’m very pleased to welcome today an interview with an author, San Diego based author, retired Navy man, and someone who is actually, he was interviewed on Noah’s show. Noah Dingley, our great producer who does his own program. His name is William Craig Read. We’ll talk with him about his new books. He’s got a couple of new books out.
And also we’ll visit with Dr. Ted Malloch. We haven’t talked with him a lot, in a while, and we’ll catch up with him.
And at the end of the program, I’ll finish as we head into the weekend with a renewal of my call for President Donald Trump, former President Donald Trump, to announce that he will accept the speakership of the United States House of Representatives if the Republicans win the House in 2022. And I’ll renew that call and explain it to you.
But first, what do you need to know? Well, I’m loath to get cranky as we head into the weekend at the end of a week, but I think I have to. And I don’t want to say I’m sorry.
I just want to say I’m just saying I’m just dealing with what I’m seeing. I’m not sorry. I’m seeing.
And what I’m seeing in the in The New York Times, almost said The Washington Post – they are similar enough. But in The New York Times early on Friday, when it posted, I was sent an article and the co authors are a gentleman named Ben Ginsburg and a guy named Bob Bauer.
Now, Bob Bauer, first, was Obama’s White House counsel. I mean, he was the lawyer in the White House and playing that central role.
If you’re the President United States, you have a few key positions. And one of the key one of the most central positions is the White House counsel, because as President, you get a whole bunch of stuff that’s executive privilege, but you always get your privilege with your lawyer, too.
So the White House counsel is central to a lot of decision making and a lot of what’s happening. And so Bob Bauer, the White House counsel to Obama. And his wife, I think I talked about this last week, is Anita Dunn. She’s in the White House now. She was on Obama person too. These are long time insider creatures of the swamp Democrats.
And the other I mentioned Ben Ginsburg. Ben Ginsburg’s a lawyer, very accomplished, and has for probably 25 years been one of the go-to lawyers for Republicans. Okay. He’s been worked for the Romney campaign, I think. He’s worked for almost every campaign presidential campaign. He’s very experienced.
I prefer myself, people like Cleta Mitchell, who’s another very talented lawyer, but who in my mind, is actually sort of conservative.
Well, the piece that ran in The New York Times today is coauthored by Ben Ginsburg and Bob Bauer. And basically, it’s an indication that the swamp is worried that we the people are not going away and accepting everything they told us about elections.
The premise of the piece, this op-ed piece is that they say we — a Democrat and a Republican — we know better than everybody else. And we’re seeing that there’s too many people that don’t believe the election was perfect.
And because of that reason, we are going to join together, and we’re gonna be people that fight for state election officials who are being unfairly attacked.
Now, on many levels, this is nonsense. But one of them is why do they get to say that everybody else is unfairly attacked? You know, who set them up as the arbiter of all things, as the ones who can tell us authoritatively, “Oh, everybody else is wrong.”
Have they actually looked, have they looked closely at the, have they looked closely at the what happened at, you know, the election in each of these States where each of these election officials.
And Here’s an example in Antrim County, Michigan, we have an admission from the election officials that they deleted the logs that tracked the elections. So you understand that they are the elections in a place like Antrim County has irregularities. Is that person who deleted the logs or was supervised deleting the logs?
Is that worthy of automatic defense from Bob Bauer and Ben Ginsburg? Only in the swamp, if you expect that you can be told what to believe, as I’ve told you before, by the Narrative Machine. The Narrative Machine is Big Tech, Big Media and Big Government. This is Big Government.
This is the swamp. The swamp includes Big Government because Bob Bauer and Ben Ginsburg, they’re giving the signal that they’re united. And again, over and over, we see that the establishment Republicans, people that get insanely wealthy over the system that’s in place, they don’t want to allow us to have any other opinion than the sanctioned opinion that they want us to have. Their sanctioned opinion.
And by the way, don’t kid yourself, Ben Ginsburg and Bob Bauer will raise a lot of money. They’ll get paid a lot of money, and they’ll be the ones “defending the integrity of the election by defending election officials.” What if, just what if, some of these election officials didn’t quite do it well enough? What if some of these election officials actually had significant problems? Isn’t that possible?
Isn’t that the reality that these folks are not even giving us a chance to consider? It’s a little bit like again, and they do cite this in there that they say all these challenges, almost none of the challenges were substantive challenges, challenges to the substance of what happened in the election. They were just procedural stuff.
And so I’m really impressed at this point by the reality of these people on the New York Times page, right? That are aiming at us and saying, Oh, no, you got to be quiet. You got to be quiet.
Now, I will give you one more theory on this. My theory on this is that it is likely that part of the reason this is timed the way it is, is because everybody’s getting a little antsy.
Now, what do I mean by that? Well, it’s not going away. When you see the polling, when you look at the action out there, people are more… This week, Pennsylvania state legislators flew down to Arizona to see how they were auditing things. They’re talking about doing their own.
And so by now, everybody’s supposed to have moved on. And even if you’re not happy with it, you’re supposed to have kind of just moved on. People aren’t moving on.
And and the fact that they’re not moving on, one of the realities of that is, are they worried? Are these guys worried? Are they worried that something’s going to come up?
Because, again, you’re seeing leaders care. You’re seeing the grassroots not change. You’re seeing polling that shows that people are more and more concerned.
And you’re seeing things like Congressman Jody Hice in Georgia challenging the sitting Secretary of State in a primary. Because they’re not going to take it.
So I just have to wonder when I see this kind of move from Bob Bauer and Ben Ginsburg, what is really on their mind? Who’s really… did these guys come up with this little plan just now?
Where they put, was it part of what people said? “Oh, man, we better get this. So we got to move this on. This is starting to really hurt us. This could be really a problem.”
I don’t know. I’m not sure we’ll ever know. But it’s the height of swamp, swampiness, swamp arrogance that they do it this way and that they shove it down our throats that we’re supposed to be told.
Again, as I tell you all the time, Big Tech, Big Media, Big Government. They tell us, let us, they’ll be the only ones that let us what we’re allowed to see and therefore what we’re allowed to know and certainly what we’re allowed to do. They’ll limit that. You’re not allowed to be upset at election officials because Ben Ginsburg and Bob Bower said so. That’s what we’ve just been told.
Think about that. Alright, everybody, we got to take a break. When we come back, we will visit with this new author. New for me. And also we will also visit with Ted Malloch. So come on back. Ed Martin here in the Pro America Report, back in a moment.