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The world also joined by governor Scott Walker governor and we're gonna talk about everything going on right now because -- what's happening in the IRS is intriguing was happening.
With the press right now is disturbing.
And -- evident in Ghazi where the president was is still question mark but first things first when you're governor and disaster it's.
What is your role.
He got to be there a last week we have forest -- nothing like we -- and -- Oklahoman surrounding areas which you got to be either Mary trail and I talked yesterday morning early really early in the morning she's hurting -- -- prior to the tornado well you know this section one.
Right prior to the second wave this was just going out to see what had happened with the initial one from the night prior.
The end she was you know had to go out there on site you wanna work with local officials you don't wanna get in the way.
But you want to make sure that all your state resources are available and focused.
But then when I -- got a text with her last night or early this morning is about 1238.
You know just devastating so -- lot of times with her do the same thing with friends like Chris Christie last year you had fellow governors just check in the CLP Purdue and because.
As a governor you kind of -- -- -- all and and and you feel the extent you can try to be -- for everybody else.
You know here is governor the president comes out and says he's declared an immediate disaster.
He says in existence -- Oklahoman and ordered federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts in reality what does that mean to a governor.
Well itself -- because immediately there's a whole new wave of resources out there particularly from FEMA you've got a lot of folks hopefully most of them have had insurance and you get past that safety standpoint here the mourning for the victims.
Certainly for those children and it's -- it was like it got -- In -- -- -- in the gut when you hear about all those kids.
But you get past the morning -- -- making sure they're safe and secure in that in this case he's got a lot of you probably have weeks if not months of of just making sure that the structures -- security -- get in their insert cleaning things up.
But the FEMA money from the federal government that designation helps.
The governor helps -- -- local officials.
Start immediately assessing how they're going to transition how they're gonna.
Rebuild and most importantly what they're gonna do with people in the meantime.
Right -- -- when they do to rebuild do you do things like if it's a flood zone.
He's got to get a storm center when the people -- -- can't afford it does the federal government coming in.
And do something about things like that are practical questions of people -- to begin to answer well and that's part of the.
Equations part of what team has done in the past we worked on floods and tornadoes and -- even end and beyond just what the federal government -- remember most people don't.
Even in a declaration or you don't get federal assistance.
It's for people who -- out of their homes who don't have insurance so.
Part of the measure that is a good state local leader provides is making sure it's like anarchy issued with the fires last week.
We made sure that -- office of insurance commission -- to make sure people who were insured which are the vast majority of people are getting.
Successors to come out to an end to assess the damage as quickly as possible -- -- most insurance companies -- a good job that I mean.
This is where their moment to shine -- if they don't do well it's gonna be all over the news.
So last thing an insurance company wants to do -- fall through the cracks on this but this is what you -- to make -- happens.
Right stood a much lighter note but significant to the average American who are who -- fortune not to be in that area today.
And I went over the IRS -- so I honestly believe I don't know how you feel that the IRS actually played a major role in the election.
Because when you think what happily in the midterm election.
Anybody would tell you.
That the Tea Party played a major role in the president losing a lot of momentum -- -- the house and and in each majority in the senate.
And what happened the next time we heard -- well they lost their juice the don't have the same momentum they had.
Now we find out that they've been targeting a 28 -- I only wanna be it Tea Party anymore over a hundred -- older stuff delayed.
What about the gymnastics they have to go through in order to get to 501 -- -- certification to accept.
They -- pulled out of this process.
-- what ended it ended he'd be interesting irony of that is there's no doubt about it it has an impact -- maybe even on the presidential election local look at.
-- we saw one of the groups out there that was part of verifying the recall signatures of Wisconsin in my recall election said.
In that in the -- the -- money invested they were targeted so it was.
It was a pretty broad a brush in terms of the spectrum here but the irony of ironies is now that it's come delight.
Probably the Obama administration under the Cyrus did more.
To raise the average citizens not the politically involved not to conservative but -- average citizens concerned about the role and expanse of big government.
Than any of the tea parties could've done in their own.
When you hear heard Steve -- watched the tape back say.
We're -- we gave very bad customer service and apologize but it wasn't political and we didn't -- -- It is that's the biggest insult to -- -- compete in let alone governor Scott Walker in people who do politics for a living exactly right I said last week when this came out that.
Any American whose cares about freedom -- American who compare who cares about a free society should be outraged about this.
It -- matter -- it was the Tea Party or the ACLU.
The idea that the federal government through the IRS.
And this is why this was gonna stick I mean this is not just a little short term political.
Pro 171 different companies well and it'll stick to because I think the average citizen most people or suspect about Paris or should we suspect overall but the -- -- of the Irish morning thank.
And people fought for years there were -- going on and now they can point go aha.
It is much has been Ghazi and all the other things are incredibly important this is the one that I think is the lasting impact.
Because people already believe this to be true now they get the evidence to say -- and the heiress Paris was targeting Americans based on the political view.
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