Michael Edelman, Esq., National Political Analyst/Pundit, and Yonkers Tribune Publisher Hezi Aris on Westchester On the Level – Monday, January 11, 2021 @ 10am EST

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PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, and YONKERS, NY — January 11, 2021 —National Political Analyst/Pundit Michael Edelman, Esq. will open the broadcast at 10am EST. White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher/Editor John Bailey will not be able to attend this Monday and next. He will return thereafter.

  1. Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s had threatened punishments of health care workers who give the COVID-19 vaccine to ineligible people which could lead to expired vaccines and slower vaccination rollout, writes journalist Lindsay Beyerstein. Whereas in Florida, Florida Govern DeSantis ha promised people over 65 will be permitted to jump the line and be vaccinated even before health care professionals who are necessary when/if an illness of any disease may/can befall an individual for many issues other than COVID-19 infectious. Let us not forget the need to treat cancer, broken limbs, heart attack patients, poisoning, and so on…
  2. The Republican maintained their loyalty to President Donald Trump. The Democrats had engaged an impeachment effort that moved their concerns by a nano second. Can the Democrats find a bridge that the present administration did not create, but has been the very ingredients that ivied the nation. At issue is whether America can maintain a cohesive nation or whether we are very different from one another in financial capacity, lifestyle, educational prospect, employment security. Can the back/white/hispanic dived learn to respect each other equally? Where does America stand now or has it fallen and can’t seem to get up now? 
  3. President Donald Trump has two weeks left in office, but after he fomented an assault by rioters on the US Capitol, some Republicans are actively considering whether to remove him in these final throes of his administration. (Reminder: Trump was already impeached by the House over his Ukraine activities, but was not removed from office by the Senate.) A second option is invoking the 25th Amendment, which has periodically been discussed as a means of last resort to remove a rogue or incapacitated president. But the bar it sets is incredibly high. Does the U.S. Congress have the will to do so or will the let the clock run out on the president’s final term in office?
  4. President Trump has advised he will not attend President-elect Joe Biden’s swearing-in ceremony whereas Vice-President Pence advised he will.  When Ulysses S. Grant was inaugurated the 18th President of the United States on March 4, 1869, his immediate predecessor refused to attend any ceremonies for the new president and his incoming administration. The animosity between the two men had reached a boiling point, despite Grant having served in Andrew Johnson’s Cabinet as the U.S. secretary of war. The outgoing president opted to host a final Cabinet meeting during Grant’s inauguration and then rode out of town, rather unceremoniously. Nearly a century and a half later, we face similar regional, political and cultural divisions. With President Trump’s announcement Friday that he will forgo attending President-elect Joe Biden’s swearing-in on Jan. 20, he becomes the first living president since Johnson not to attend his successor’s inauguration. Speculation is mounting that Trump will likely host some kind of counter inaugural event during Biden’s swearing-in, similar to Johnson’s White House Cabinet meeting.
  5. There is talk that President Trump may pardon himself yet lawyers suggest if he does, he will engage greater legal quagmires which he can not escape. The prospect of Pence pardoning President Trump seems remote as the two men are said not to have spoken to one another for days.
  6. While the focus is now on what or what not will be President Trumps next move to surmount even the hysterical fit of his most recent conduct, the more important issue is whether President-elect Biden will find a means to heal a divided nation who was infected by circumstances they suffered in the political divide, and are now anticipating the antithesis of Trump’s one term era.
  7. Lastly, must the Democrats take responsibility for being more timid in their expression of thought and of not reaching out to the public to inform them? Are the Dems to be exonerated for their willingness to accept their reality for four years? From 10-10:30am

Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large Hezi Aris engages the listening audience with respect to the latest hyper local news, as well as national and international news. From 10:30am-12Noon EST.

eHeziMichael Edelman, Esq., National Political Analyst/Pundit, and Yonkers Tribune Publisher Hezi Aris on Westchester On the Level – Monday, January 11, 2021 @ 10am EST

Comments 4

  1. Hezi
    Where does it show that Mike Edelman is a national political analyst?
    All I could find about him is being a personal injury lawyer aka ambulance chaser

    1. His credentials in law are superlative. He is familiar with and Jason known and continues to know politicians throughout the nation. His commentary has been on target and predates others who were extremely slow in calling Trump for who he was. In my book and other, Michael Edelman called it as it was over 4 years ago. He predicted all that transpired before they took place. His commentary as elevated him to unfathomable heights to which the resume yomay have read about are old. Love him or hate him, respect the fact that he has been clairvoyant and on target for over 4 years … he called it before everyone else. — Kindly, Hezi

        1. That’s local. Besides, I remember some individual railed because he was red, blue, and white, served the military, but that wasn’t good enough. He is running for NYC mayor no. Perhaps it reveals that America has no respect for those who defend America abroad. It that the fault of our military personnel or the people who send them to war? I found Rose credible, and capable of getting legislation passed and better than most in his first and only term.

          Malliotakis. She she any good? She can’t even stand next to patriot like Rose. Perhaps its time for you to move to Staten Island. Best, Hezi

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