Howard Stern: “I’m just a sheep, I’ll admit it, but I’m not for taking away people’s rights.”

Howard has been an avid defender of the Second Amendment on his show. In June, he slammed Democrats for pushing gun control in the wake of the Pulse nightclub terrorist attack in Orlando.

The right of self-defense doesn’t stop at the end of your driveway. That’s why I have a concealed carry permit and why tens of millions of Americans do too. That permit should be valid in all 50 states. A driver’s license works in every state, so it’s common sense that a concealed carry permit should work in every state. If we can do that for driving – which is a privilege, not a right – then surely we can do that for concealed carry, which is a right, not a privilege. – President-elect Donald Trump

Howard Stern Gun ControlHoward Stern has come out in support of President-elect Donald Trump’s plan for concealed carry permit reciprocity in all 50 states.

“When you think about it, if somebody is a legal and responsible gun owner, let’s say in Massachusetts, why when he crosses the border is he suddenly an outlaw?”

Co-host Robin Quivers agreed, adding, “Each state has to declare — permit you to carry or not, and so as you go from state to state you are breaking the law if you continue to carry your gun. If it was national, you would just be able to carry in any state.”

“It makes total sense. I support that.”

Robin also pointed out that the majority of concealed carry licensees “are the most law-abiding people in the country.” She continued, “So why not give them the right to carry wherever they are?”

Stern argued that concealed carry permits should be similar to driver’s licenses.

“What if you got a license in Maryland,” he said, “and then every state you went to you had to get another license.”

“It doesn’t make any sense. It’s a total [expletive] on the Second Amendment,” he said.

Howard Stern Reacts to President-elect Donald Trump Winning: “People Love You”

 

Howard started the show by congratulating Donald Trump on winning U.S. Presidential Election. Howard said now he’s the president and you hope for the best. Robin agreed and reiterated, you want him to be the best ever.

Stern was also pleased with medical marijuana legalization in a few more states. Howard said doctor-assisted suicide was approved in Colorado too. “We allow dogs and cats to be put out of their misery so why not human beings.”

During the broadcast, Stern recalled a conversation he had with President-elect Trump when he ran into him at a restaurant in April 2016.

“He sat down at my table and we were talking,” Stern said. “I said, ‘People love you.”

“If things go wrong — not even because of his own fault — and the economy starts to falter, then you’re everybody’s fucking scumbag. Everyone’s like, ‘Fuck him.’ Why would you want that for the last 10 good summers of your life? I don’t get it. And I said it to him, ‘Don’t do this to yourself.’”

In 1988, Oprah asked Donald Trump if wanted to run for President. Donald Trump told Oprah he’d only run for president under one condition. Trump would only do it, he said, if The United States of America gets really, really bad. Which it obviously has.

“Probably not. But I do get tired of seeing the country get ripped off. If it got so bad, I would never want to rule it out totally, because I really am tired of seeing what’s happening with this country. We’re really making other people live like kings, and we’re not.”

Howard wondered if he’ll build the wall, round up illegal aliens and throw them out of the country and if there will be a ban on Muslims. Howard asked if there is any discussion about Donald Trump being able to do the show anymore. Robin said the answer is absolutely no.

Howard said jokingly that some people are advocating President Trump appoints him to be on the Supreme Court. Maybe he read our article here on WCQJ.com: SUPREME COURT JUSTICE HOWARD STERN?

Report Finds Establishment Media Blatantly In Favor Of Establishment Candidate, Hillary Clinton.

hillary-clintonMedia bias in political coverage is hardly new.

This election appears to be have reached new levels of slanted coverage, one media watchdog says, with a report showing negative news coverage of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump outweighing positive coverage by an overwhelming 11-to-1 margin.

According to the report produced by the Media Research Center, during the evening news shows from July 29th through October 20th, roughly 91% of mentions of Donald Trump were in a negative context on the three major non-cable television networks, ABC, CBS, and NBC. Only 9% of news stories on Trump carried by those three networks were positive towards the Republican nominee.

While the three major TV networks dedicated more than 440 minutes covering Trump’s personal controversies, such as his tax returns and past statements on women, only 185 minutes worth of coverage were used to discuss Clinton’s personal issues, including her email scandal, Benghazi, the Iran deal, her health, arming jihadists, blatant lying, so on.

For example, while the three networks spent a combined 102 minutes digging into comments by Trump regarding women, only 24 minutes were given to news coverage of the ongoing Clinton Foundation scandals.

And despite an official FBI investigation into her use of a private internet server to handle classified government materials, the three TV networks spent just 40 minutes combined discussing the matter, less than half the time used covering Trump’s comments on women 11 years ago.

Voters’ perceptions of media bias in 2016 are closely related to their underlying opinions of Clinton and Trump.

Among voters who have a favorable opinion of Trump, 90% say that the media is biased in favor of Clinton. By contrast, nearly two-thirds of those who view Clinton favorably say the media is not biased toward either candidate, Gallup found.

Among independents and Democrats who perceive bias, large majorities also believe the bias favors Clinton, according to Gallup.

Trump: Howard Stern is a friend of mine but I wouldn’t have done his show.

Donald Trump Dr.Oz ShowDonald Trump appeared on The Dr. Oz Show last week. Trump said he would not have done The Howard Stern Show if he had known he would run for president.

Earlier this year Buzzfeed.com ran an article “Donald Trump Said A Lot Of Gross Things About Women On Howard Stern” where they spent hours going through old clips of his interviews with Stern in which some politically incorrect jokes were made, especially about women.

“I have such respect for women. My mother was one of the greatest people I ever knew,” Trump said during an appearance on “The Dr. Oz Show.”

Trump wonders if the “hundreds of millions of dollars spent on advertising” by Hillary Clinton and her supports has something to do with the negative image that has been constructed around him.

When asked if he regretted past comments that have been used against him on the campaign trail, Trump said he made those remarks before he realized he would run for president.

“Had I known I was going to be a politician, Howard Stern is a friend of mine, I wouldn’t have done his show.”

“Now, if I ever thought I was running for president I wouldn’t have done the show. We were all having fun together” said Trump.

Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, also wanted to step in and defend her father from the false narrative.

“My father speaks his mind — whether it’s a man or a woman, if you attack him, he will attack you back,” she said.

“In a certain way, it would be strange if he handled women and men differently. You can be a little rough with people once in a while, but almost always it’s them coming at your first.”

Dr. Oz also did a review of Donald Trump’s medical records.

Today Show host Willie Geist asked Dr. Oz if he felt that Donald Trump is healthy enough to be president. Oz responded with “the records that I got without question indicate that he is healthy enough to be president.”

Howard Stern to Moderate 2016 Presidential Debate?

Americas JudgeHoward Stern known to AGT viewers as America’s Judge has never moderated a political debate, until now. The debate Americans wanted to see finally happened on the Stern Show last week: Trump vs Sanders.

The two candidates squared off in a rigorous discussion of the issues that matter most, including how to defeat ISIS, what executive orders they’ll sign into law, and some famous women they have dated.

Obviously Stern did not have the real Bernie Sanders debate Donald Trump on his show, but it was still funny as heck and probably not too far off from what the real thing would have been.

With Election Day looming, Anthony and James told Howard that they’ll continue to debate each other at least until the Democratic and Republican conventions. Fans can still see the live Trump vs. Bernie debate tour this summer.

Donald Trump regrets his Stern Show appearances

DONALD TRUMP 2017Donald Trump isn’t a man prone to regrets. But now that he’s the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Trump has some second thoughts about all those ribald interviews he gave to Howard Stern over the years.

In an interview with the Washington Post published yesterday, the former reality television star said he wouldn’t have made so many bawdy comments to Stern if he knew he would actually follow through on his White House ambitions.

“Or I wouldn’t have gone on the show because that is the easier way of doing it,” Trump said.

Trump called Stern “a really good guy” and said the two have “had great moments” on the shock jock’s radio show.

Trump has also dipped into Stern’s archives. Back in August, when his feud with Megyn Kelly was just getting started, Trump dredged up the Fox News anchor’s own candid interview with Stern.

In the 2010 interview with Stern, Kelly spoke openly about her sex life.

Anderson Cooper Will Not Be Voting In The 2016 Presidential Election

Anderson Cooper was on the Howard Stern Show last week. He revealed he would not be voting in the 2016 presidential election.

Anderson Cooper Howard Stern Show“I don’t think reporters should vote,” the CNN anchor told Stern when asked which candidate he supported in the upcoming election. “A lot of reporters don’t vote. It’s a thing.” The radio host was shocked by Cooper’s admission, but the journalist explained, “I’ve had the debate. There have been years where I have voted because sometimes I thought maybe I should. I’ve gone back and forth on it.”

Cooper further noted that his role as a reporter is to “ask questions,” and so he doesn’t “want to be influenced one way or the other.” As for the last time he voted in a presidential election, Cooper said, “I honestly can’t remember.”

In true journalistic fashion, Cooper then turned the tables on Stern and questioned him about his political stance. “I’ve always been a Hillary Clinton fan,” Stern revealed. “I think she would make a good president.” He added, “Trump, I’ve known for years. He’s a friend of mine and a friend of the show. But first of all, I don’t even think he wants to be president.” Stern added, “I think he’s shocked. I think it was a goof.”

Donald Trump Campaigns with Veterans in Iowa

“I want to say how grateful I am to Donald Trump for inviting us here, because the easy thing for him to do is to simply ignore that anybody else cares about veterans, and he’s not that kind of person,” Huckabee said, thanking the frontrunner for the invitation.

Trump introduces John Wayne Walding whose story is told in the book No Way Out: A Story of Valor in the Mountains of Afghanistan. Walding, who lost his leg in the Battle of Shok Valley, shares several stories of Trump’s kindness toward himself and other veterans.

Trump went on to say that he does not feel good about turning down money. He explained how he’s turned down millions in campaign donations. “Because my whole life I’ve been greedy, greedy, greedy. I grabbed all the money I could get, I’m so greedy. But now I wanna be greedy for the United States and grab all that money, I’m gonna be greedy for the United States.”

Trump ended the night by announcing that his organization raised over 6 Million dollars for various veteran organizations.