The Pete Kaliner Show Archive

US Supreme Court punts NC absentee ballot case. Plus, Ted Cruz come to Asheville

The US Supreme Court refused to weigh in on whether the NC Board of Elections can write election law. Get ready for weeks of lawsuits after Election Day. Plus, US Senator Ted Cruz came to Asheville to stump for Sen. Thom Tillis. Pete has some audio.

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Biden partner blows whistle on foreign deals, PLUS the latest Cawthorn campaign calamity

Tony Bobulinski says he warned his business partners that if Congressman Adam Schiff didn’t retract his false statement linking him to a Russian disinformation campaign, he would go public with his knowledge of the Biden family business dealings. Schiff didn’t, so Bobulinski did. Plus, 11th Congressional District candidate Madison Cawthorn’s campaign disappointing attack on reporter.

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Left talks blowing up the Supreme Court so it can control outcomes

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is the latest Democratic leader to express a willingness to expand the US Supreme Court in order to ensure liberals gain more control over case outcomes. The rising calls for iconoclasm come as the US Senate confirmed Amy Coney Barrett by a 52-48 vote yesterday. One of the first cases Justice Barrett is likely to hear will be from North Carolina.

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Legacy media echo chamber is very upset it’s not the only echo chamber

From the New York Times to NPR, there is a concerted effort to ignore the growing corruption scandal around Joe Biden and his son, Hunter. They say it’s not verified, so it’s not newsworthy. But that gets the process exactly backward.

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Trump nails Biden as corrupt, Biden blames Trump for COVID deaths in final debate

All the best highlights from the final Presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Trump went after Biden as a corrupt politician who did nothing when he had power for almost five decades. Biden attacked Trump as incompetent and responsible for every coronavirus death. Also, Biden said he doesn’t want to ban fracking but does want to phase out all fossil fuels.

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NC Gov keeps COVID restrictions in place while threatening crackdowns

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced his latest edict — that he shall not move the state out from under the current COVID restrictions (what he deemed as “Phase 3”) for at least another three weeks. He is encouraging businesses and law enforcement to start cracking down on people who don’t wear masks or social distance, because he says THAT’S the reason we’re seeing more cases now.

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Media & Big Tech: Ignore Biden scandal for 2 more weeks

The push to get everyone to vote early has the added benefit of banking their votes before more details of the Biden scandal become more well-known. This effort by media outlets and Big Tech platforms to censor the story spells trouble for the republic – no matter who wins the election. Also, the AP can’t find many radical, leftist radicals among the hundreds of people arrested in riots over the last four months.

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AP Dillon on NC Attorney General’s blame-shifting for rape kit backlog. Plus, Cheatin’ Cal & unaffiliated voters

AP Dillon from the North State Journal discusses the race for North Carolina Attorney General – where the Democratic incumbent, Josh Stein, is accusing his Republican challenger, Jim O’Neill, for not getting rape kits tested quickly enough. Which is, actually, the job of the State Crime Lab that Stein oversees. Not O’Neill. Plus, Democratic US Senate candidate Cal Cunningham refuses to address reports of having a second mistress, instead he’s been hiding from voters and media in an effort to run out the clock before the election.

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The censorship of the Hunter Biden scandal should be disturbing to all Americans

Hunter Biden selling access to his father, Vice President Joe Biden, is a story. The fact that social media platforms and media outlets are censoring and suppressing the story crosses a line into propaganda and disinformation that should frighten all Americans.

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Want more?

A longtime listener and friend, Erik Soderstrom, has been keeping a personal archive of the past three years of podcasts I did while at WWNC.
If you’d like to listen to any of that old content, here is a link to his personal archive.