Giordano to Lewandowski: What Are The Political Implications of Afghanistan?

The Dom Giordano Program | August 30, 2021
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Kerry Benninghoff on the Importance of American Pride

Pennsylvania House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff returns to the Dom Giordano Program to discuss the governing and leadership during Coronavirus, and the robbing of pride out of Americans. Speaking with the Lewistown Sentinel last week, Benninghoff told the paper, “Whether speaking about overcoming COVID-19 restrictions, whether to mandate COVID-10 vaccines, dealing with problems facing small businesses or finding a way to get more people back into the workforce, at the end of the day, we need to reinstate pride in America again.” Benninghoff explains what he meant in the clip, telling that, as more freedoms are restricted, it seems as through pride of our country suffers greatly, noting the importance of patriotism. In addition, Benninghoff and Giordano discuss other topics unfolding in Harrisburg.

Josh Hogan of ReOpen Bucks with a Bucks County Schools Update

Josh Hogan, leader of the ReOpen Bucks group hoping to push to keep schools and businesses open in Bucks County in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program after Giordano learns that 60% of students in Bucks County will not have required masks upon their return to school. Hogan takes us into how he and his group came to this figure, and takes us chronologically through the interesting situation that has played out over masking and vaccinations in Bucks County.

Corey Lewandowski on President Biden’s Handling of Afghanistan Disaster

Corey Lewandowski, Chairman of the Make American Great Again Action PAC, rejoins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss the political implications of Biden’s bungling of the Afghanistan withdrawal. Lewandowski explains how both Biden’s lackadaisical approach to the media in discussing Afghanistan, and his body language throughout paints the country in a bad position, but explains that he prefers having Biden in office to his potential successor, Kamala Harris. Then, Giordano and Lewandowski discuss how Republicans can recapture the suburbs, with many still preferring blind ignorance to assigning any blame to the Biden administration. Also, Giordano and Lewandowski discuss the state of the economy and hiring crisis, and discuss the sect of Americans who have chosen to stay home rather than work to take advantage of extended unemployment benefits.