Cover for No Agenda Show 1105: BOMBSHELL!
January 20th, 2019 • 2h 53m

1105: BOMBSHELL!

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Oh surely you know you have to shave
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away your toxic masculinity you've seen
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the ad it was mumbled really yeah so we
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do it over fine now that I said it twice
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all right what's going on you had
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something bad happen yes I woke up I
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mean I turned on the machine that's the
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good man you wake up that's at all this
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is a good turn the machine on and this
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is your mom Grady escape oh no I said no
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no no granite said well we're rebooting
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anyway well there's no reboot involved
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you'll click on it click click wanna
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reboots you want to renew it you want to
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upgrade away me where's the Skype
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apparently I can't get Skype them run
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unless I upgrade they find this was the
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threat they made about six months ago
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wait what you're running Windows 10
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though right yeah yeah okay so I don't
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understand what threat they made but I
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do what they made was hey you're using
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an old legacy version of Skype oh stop
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it you fool huh okay well it sounds good
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so far
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sounds fine yeah but I mean but and look
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at the screen stinks it's a big giant
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blue screen with AC in the middle yeah
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I've got al gore with the machete in the
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middle of my blue screen yeah but it's
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not like a big picture about the
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interface the interface is only part of
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the yeah I'm sure the
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yeah I'm complaining about the
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interfacing I remember when I had kept
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my legacy and you were on the new one
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cuz you had to be yeah and you're
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moaning and groaning I don't see this I
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don't see that I don't see this I don't
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see that I'm looking hey I see all these
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things I got a little monitor for the
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feed and all the boob how's it working
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for the Noldor your tutor monitor I get
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the jitter welcome to the club pal
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welcome to the club where everything is
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obfuscated you don't need to know anyway
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about this jitter yeah what is Jiri even
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mean in a digital context let's not get
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started on this it's really because you
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know what 5g will save us all it's gonna
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remove jitter once I got a 5g report for
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later no good yeah but first Amber
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during the early days of the CD round
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there are some scammers or I think there
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was just naive dummies and that and the
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cd-rom was the digital medium and they
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and they sold these little little
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attachments as little like a little lead
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weight you can put on top of the disc
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after you install it and it would reduce
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Wow
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not the cd-rom this was just the CD yeah
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that's right I meant to see it first the
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early audio CDs yes it would reduce Wow
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and flutter
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I remember this are you talking about
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flutter is a specific problem with tape
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mechanisms in 1982 three I want to say
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or maybe four I just started Veronica
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broadcasting and we were the new guys on
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the block and we like hey you know this
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these CDs and the Philips of course was
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leading in that and they had I think
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there was two CDs it was Mark Knopfler
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dire straits and was one other but you
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know both phonogram act and we hooked it
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up to the to the national broadcast
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network you know to the big towers and
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we started must have been a dire straits
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track but the dynamics were so large at
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the time it actually blew out the
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transmitters the whole network was dead
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the whole country particularly brother
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brother in arms it wasn't brother in
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arms
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it was either actually at first was the
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one that's got the MTV thing in there
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but they say the lyrics you owe money
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for nothing yeah maybe it wasn't for
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nothing yeah you're right
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money for nothing and man when you play
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the first time I had money for my
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nothing on any stereo sight
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cuz they didn't I don't know what they
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did then pump the dynamic range to what
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it was but it was a Norma he started off
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with is very low no sound at all cuz
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there's no surface noise so there's no
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Wow and flutter man
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yeah there's no Wow and flutter was I
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think Wow and flutter was something from
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from the turntable days as well it was
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not it well it was mostly for tape but
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yeah I think you can get Wow you can get
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Wow and flutter on it turned him like I
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got Wow and flutter right here you know
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right in the stomach anyway this was a
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fun weekend there was a problem and
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resolution within two days in between
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two shows it was the most fascinating
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yes of course buzz I have a compa lodge
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I have a bunch of stuff that's your
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account bal√°zs yes here's a Kampala
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which will start with the breaking
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report from BuzzFeed and will well
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you'll see where it is breaking news
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we're following breaking news on what
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may be the most damning allegations yet
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against President Trump that's fueling
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new talk of impeachment another night
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another bombshell a potentially damaging
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new report from BuzzFeed this is
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BuzzFeed reporting game-changing reports
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BuzzFeed news is reporting the president
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personally instructed his former lawyer
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Michael Cohen to lie to Congress he
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should be impeached immediately he
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foresees I think impeachment coming this
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is a completely impeachable of
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time's impeachment you should be
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impeached
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that is impeachable president Trump must
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either resign or be impeached this was
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like the Titanic coming at the iceberg
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counsel Robert Muller's office is
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disputing they just come out with a
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statement I want to read it to you
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responding to BuzzFeed saying BuzzFeed's
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description of specific statements to
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the special counsels office and
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characterization of documents and
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testimony obtained by this office
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regarding Michael Cohen's congressional
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testimony are not accurate and that's
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where we started to pick a port apart
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words to an infinite degree which was
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funny and I'm sure you have some
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examples of that Oh unbelievable I mean
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the only guy the funny thing was is on
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PBS news hour they did have Brooks they
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didn't have shields wasn't there some
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woman from Washington jerk The Wall
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Street Journal who was more than happy
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to to be she's hoping to God that
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there's a tape to prove I mean I don't
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know why journalists are so biased to
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the point where they're hoping the guy
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gets impeached but okay this is the way
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it goes but Brooks actually said well we
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don't know that it's true and he there's
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only one source and he's actually hemmed
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in hard it wasn't like us like he could
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have gone even further and said well I
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want to see some more documentation this
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one BuzzFeed whose BuzzFeed I mean some
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I think it's a really random news
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gathering operation now BuzzFeed is
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always cats well it's been a click farm
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type operation but they've they've
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wildly successful I know someone who
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works there and builds out their new
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offices and they got they're doing very
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well but it's yeah it's not really based
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on most of their success is not really
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hard journalists ya know it's cat videos
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it's a typical click and you get ten ads
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and you saw the ten different versions
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of Megan Markel's belly stuff from time
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to time it's fun stuff from time to time
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it's not a it's not even when Brooks
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talked he said well you know but she's a
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real news organization he throws that in
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a guy working for the New York Times it
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says that I mean it was too much
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actually this I don't want to start I
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don't want to start with his stuff it's
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not the best but let's play him talking
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about about this Brooks and some woman
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are each from felony president told his
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former attorney Michael Cohen to lie to
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Congress yeah this is significant for a
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couple reasons one it's a felony the
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president allegedly committed while
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being president unlike all the previous
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stuff and then it is a bit of a you know
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he's president n states are running for
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office and he puts the u.s. national
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interest behind his own interest in
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getting the Trump Tower built in Moscow
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so these are both very serious things
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David French of National Review pointed
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out that in Michael Cohen sentencing
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agreement months and months ago this was
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right out there in the open for all of
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us that cones lawyer said he did he lied
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to Congress because person number one
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Donald Trump told him to do it and he
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didn't have the strength to resist and
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so that suggests there's some meat to
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this BuzzFeed is a real news
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organization the BuzzFeed report you
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can't tell whether they have written
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evidence they say there's a trove of
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documents they say there's a trove of
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emails and texts but is there an actual
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piece of paper with Donald Trump saying
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lie to Congress that would be pretty
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explosive if that exists or recording or
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recording lordy let there be tape
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somebody said operation suppose lordy oh
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lordy lordy be tapes a little bit biased
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now the thing that they wrapped with
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which is might you our thesis about the
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which is really all about and then you
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listen carefully to this Brooks and some
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woman impeach or a vote moment and and
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you're gonna hear our meme can I just
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just play something in the interim for
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just one second that's I just I was
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searching for James Comey saying lordy
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yeah listen to this you're big you're
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strong I know the Oval Office hook it in
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and the only thing I could think to say
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because I was playing in my mind cuz I
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go to
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every word he said I was playing in my
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mind what should my response be and
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that's why I very carefully chose the
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words and look like I've seen the tweet
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about tapes lordy I hope their tapes huh
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she took it from Comey no she took it
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from Comey I didn't realize that lordy I
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hope their tapes okay now I get it like
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I've heard this phrase before all right
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well you're gonna hear it more from the
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media so let's listen are the thesis the
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basic overriding thesis that's part of
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this show where they are we with it this
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one the second Brooks clip yeah we're
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gonna impeach her are we not where does
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their emphasis go this is an interesting
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debate on the left do we want this guy
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impeach or do we want to vote him out
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which is better for the country
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I think voting that would be better for
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the country but if there's the evidence
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mounts you really have no choice it's
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interesting mean I know many Democratic
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members of Congress who believe as David
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said they would be better off running
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against Donald Trump then against
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whoever the Republicans will put up in
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his face but this is as as jamie raskin
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was suggesting an insult to the very
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constitutional system so there you have
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it day one I want to vote him out they
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don't want to impeach him because it's a
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scam yeah they just want to keep it
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running for two more years now I want to
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play the overview from PBS with DES yard
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and woman and then I want to cut to this
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guy this congressman Jamie Raskin who
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just is absolutely off the rails and
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he's an interesting character because
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our former economic hitman contact is a
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buddy of his uh-huh and we condemned him
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once before for something else he did
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this on a dumb and you got a note yeah
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it's a pretty good guy have we heard
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from our economic hitman no he's over
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well he's flown the coop so let's this
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is the overview on PBS and this kind of
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gives us brings us up to the point where
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they hit the hit the horn and had the
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room hey which by the way I shouldn't
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mention the next day because I have
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clips of that too they were so sheepish
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about backing off on this yeah they were
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picking apart
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the entire sentence from Muller's office
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yeah they're picking that apart saying
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well but he still stands by their story
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and all the rest of it when in fact they
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were busted for buying into just any old
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unsourced no it was they had sources
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Bullock read sources say yes sources say
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we had two guys we know I mean right
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away it was very sketchy but it's just
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bad but they were so sheepish about all
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the fuss they made it just one sec I
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mean we do remember that BuzzFeed was
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the first one to publish the steel
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dossier the rancid dossier I mean I
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didn't hear a lot of people saying well
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you know last time they had a bombshell
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it turned out to be kind of not such a
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Bobson I don't think anyone really said
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that oh lordy all right what are we
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gonna listen to here like you'll realize
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the overview PBS and a BuzzFeed this oh
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wait that's not it that's a nice piece
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like that yeah correction PBS no that's
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the next day huh huh
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BuzzFeed with Lanny Davis BuzzFeed is a
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PBS bombshell from BuzzFeed esta clip it
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is a bombshell from BuzzFeed news that
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it started out cries from Capitol Hill
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it could be the most damning set of
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diseases yet tying president Trump to an
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impeachable offense Lisa Desjardins with
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what we know and the response from
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lawmakers a new serious friction point
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between the White House and the Capitol
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as Democratic lawmakers react to the
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report that alleges president Trump
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ordered his attorney Michael Cohen to
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lie to Congress if these facts are true
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this is suborning perjury Rhode Island
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Democrat David Cicilline spoke on CNN
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he's on the Judiciary Committee the
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committee with jurisdiction over
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impeachment I think there's no question
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it's an impeachable offense and it's
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again just one more data point about
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what was the reason that they were
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trying so hard to keep this Russia
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and this Russia relationships so secret
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the Democratic Judiciary Chairman Jerry
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Nadler said in a tweet that directing a
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subordinate to lie to Congress is a
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federal crime and he promised
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investigations the BuzzFeed report
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alleges mr. Trump just a technical
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question ordering a subordinate to lie
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to Congress
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I'm sure that's that's a felony but was
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he really a subordinate
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he's a lawyer anybody to lie to perjure
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themselves a felony okay use the word
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ordering like he's some big boss's
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attorney attorneys know what they're
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doing they're not gonna be ordered by
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their clients you say what if you ask if
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you say hey would you mind lying to
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Congress is that also a felony probably
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investigation not that I'm thinking of
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trying it anytime soon in my back pocket
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the BuzzFeed report alleges mr. Trump
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personally directed Cohen to lie about
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plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow
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no other news outlet has confirmed the
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story
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it comes after Cohen cleated guilty in
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November to lying to congressional
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intelligence committees about the
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so-called Moscow project Cohen is now
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cooperating with federal prosecutors I'm
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sorry I gotta stop it again
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she said instead of saying we have not
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been able to independently verify the
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story she says something very
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interesting no other news organizations
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have verified the story does that mean
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that if other news organizations say
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yeah we're in then it's okay they still
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don't have to do their own research PBS
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that's a very good catch yes it's no PBS
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ado jack I mean that's that's basically
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what they're saying but she's saying
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feed report alleges mr. Trump personally
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directed Cohen to lie about plans to
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build a Trump Tower in Moscow no other
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news outlet has confirmed the story yeah
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that's circular reporting I guess of if
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they cursive while CNN confirms but they
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didn't have it it comes after Cohen
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pleaded guilty in November to lying to
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congressional intelligence does this
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sound like one of those CIA operations
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what's the way drop some bombshell
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someplace and then they use that as the
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basis for everybody else from saying
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that this happened yeah circular
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reporting that's the trick exactly about
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the so-called Moscow project Cohen is
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now cooperating with federal prosecutors
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BuzzFeed says Cohen was not a source for
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its story
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the president's current attorney Rudy
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Giuliani denied the report and in a
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statement called it categorically false
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on Fox News White House deputy press
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secretary Hogan Gidley questioned
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BuzzFeed's reporting absolutely
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ludicrous that we are giving any type of
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credence or credibility to a news outlet
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like BuzzFeed there's no president did
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not tell Michael Cohen to do that I'm
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telling you right now this is exactly
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why the president refuses to give any
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credence or credibility to news outlets
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out of Virginia food bank today serving
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furloughed workers the top Democrat on
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the Senate Intelligence Committee Mark
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Warner to reporters but it explains why
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Michael Cohen wide and earlier testimony
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to our committee he added the committee
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is arranging for Cohen to appear again
18:36
next month oh yeah they're all carry now
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I gotta get to the serious Eclipse which
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is the biz the basis for my whole report
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all right we're ready for it Jamie
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Raskin what what a stooge this guy is
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looks like he has a step for a month who
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is this guy whose congressman I think
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he's from New York or somewhere but he
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just a hellish looking man who and he
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doesn't know what he's talking about and
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he's just making shit up and he's and
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he's just oh I'm just looking at his
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he's from Maryland O'Mara I'm looking at
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he's kind of like Kramer from Seinfeld
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yeah little bit he's a horrible looking
19:19
and well he lets go he can be no good if
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he looks this way well there is a basis
19:27
for thinking that way okay but I'm not
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gonna get into it but let's just put him
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on but this is the first
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the jamie raskin we know it is true
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let's hear now from Capitol Hill
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representative Jamie Raskin of Maryland
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as a member of the House Democratic
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leadership team and he serves on the
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Judiciary Committee he formerly was a
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professor of constitutional law
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congressman Raskin thank you very much
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for joining us you said earlier today
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that if this is true it would be an
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impeachable offense how so well we know
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it's true because of course the
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Republicans impeach Bill Clinton over
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telling one lie about one sexual affair
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we know it's true wait let's get this
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straight so then we so he starts off
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with a non sequitur he says we know it's
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true because Bill Clinton was impeached
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for a sexual affair mm-hmm what is that
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what does that get what does one got to
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do it the other what does anything had
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to do with truth so he's off to a bad
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start would by saying we know it's true
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was his first opening salvos we know
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it's true we know it's true so it's not
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as as as questionable here we know it's
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true now was it I believe I should have
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looked to find a clip of this that
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Klobuchar Amy Klobuchar was ban addicted
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okay then I'll shut up and let you go no
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no what I heard is that she was grilling
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who's the new attorney general candidate
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yeah yeah I have that that's in the
20:54
democracy I don't have her complete
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clipping it's in that within the
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Democracy Now clip yeah as if she had
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already heard the point is she was
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grilling what's the guy's name the
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wheeler not what's-his-name yeah
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the net the bush guy here's the rundown
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she says hey if he did this is that an
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impeachable offense right wears no it no
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is that against the law and he says yeah
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and and this is wooden and then she said
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almost exact the president asked someone
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to lie for him to Congress would that be
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a felony yeah of course it's Bar William
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bar that's who it is bar and he'd also
21:35
been bar also says yeah but it'd be a
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felony for anyone so so they it's clear
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that Klobuchar had this information
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that's why she was doing it
21:46
I think that maybe this is before
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BuzzFeed came out you must be timeline
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right yeah yeah yeah okay yeah yeah cuz
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they cuz she's a stooge yep
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so I'm just saying that's why the guy
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like this who's on the inside like oh we
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know it's true we know he knows we got
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that we got the briefing you see we got
22:05
the BuzzFeed briefing leo or CIA
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briefing everyone comes first okay Jamie
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Raskin - this is good one sexual affair
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and this is about organizing a whole
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pattern of lies in order to deceive the
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Congress of the United States about a
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matter of national security in a matter
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that goes to the heart of American
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national sovereignty so lying an
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obstruction of justice have figured
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centrally in the impeachments that we've
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seen in modern times that is in the
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Nixon impeachment and the articles of
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impeachment brought against Clinton's he
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wasn't impeached he wasn't impeach no
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our about our professor of
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constitutional law
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think that he was impeached this is one
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of your favorites I think I'm starting
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to notice it as a meme they're trying to
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push into the public consciousness the
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idea that Nixon was impeached when he
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wasn't well tbh until we started doing
23:13
the show and you brought it up years and
23:15
years ago I'm pretty sure I thought he'd
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be who had been in peach - that was
23:20
always kind of in the lexicon the way I
23:22
understood it growing up well you were
23:25
you were duped I was and I was
23:27
subsequently saved yes by the show yeah
23:30
okay well he doubles down on the Nixon
23:33
thing so let's go to clip three the
23:36
articles of impeachment brought against
23:38
Clinton so but both in the Articles that
23:40
were brought against Nixon and the
23:42
articles brought against Clinton
23:44
obstruction of justice and lying were
23:45
central so I think everybody views the
23:49
president's involvement in lying to
23:51
Congress and suborning perjury as
23:54
certainly a statutory felony violation
23:57
under
23:59
law but also a major constitutional
24:01
offense against the rule of law and our
24:03
Constitution okay Judy jump in and tell
24:06
him that Nixon wasn't impeach hey judy
24:09
judy jump in and tell him that Nixon was
24:13
it in peach and guess get this back on
24:15
track Judy let me guess
24:16
does clip for pertain Judy jumping in
24:19
and saying that I know damn all by the
24:25
way these clips are continuation there's
24:27
not nothing taken out so I didn't cut
24:29
Judy out she's right back in it now you
24:32
she's so concerned anyway play this and
24:34
then I have a kicker because again this
24:38
is a problem with Judy play this law and
24:40
our Constitution suborning perjury
24:42
meaning telling someone else to lie
24:44
before the Congress or before a jury but
24:49
congressman what is it exactly in this
24:51
new information that you that that you
24:55
think makes it something that is an
24:58
impeachable offense what is it exactly
25:00
well let's start with this we don't know
25:02
whether or not this is true all we have
25:04
is one news report about what one
25:08
witness has said now obviously it's a
25:10
key witness and Michael Cohen was the
25:12
president's personal lawyer but what
25:14
Cohen is saying is that the president
25:17
urged him and counseled him and
25:20
essentially conspired with him to lie
25:23
before Congress and suborning perjury
25:27
that is urging and coaching someone to
25:31
lie in a sworn context is itself a
25:35
federal criminal offense it is a felony
25:40
all right you heard what he said now
25:42
we're talking about the show does Judy
25:44
show a mere three or four minutes before
25:48
this guy we heard this this is now the
25:52
clip you're gonna place overview PBS on
25:55
BuzzFeed slander jarred an I so BuzzFeed
25:57
says Cohen was not a source for its
26:00
story
26:02
okay well if you just heard what this
26:05
guy said and Judy heard yeah the guy
26:08
says Cohen Cohen said this Cohen said
26:10
that Cohen was the source of the story
26:12
let's play clip four again after
26:14
listening to what you just heard law and
26:16
our Constitution suborning perjury
26:17
meaning telling someone else to lie
26:20
before the Congress or before a jury but
26:24
congressman what is it exactly in this
26:27
new information that you that that you
26:30
think makes it something that is an
26:33
impeachable offense what is it exactly
26:35
well let's start with this we don't know
26:37
whether or not this is true all we have
26:40
is one news report about what one
26:43
witness has said now obviously it's a
26:45
key witness and Michael Cohen was the
26:48
president's personal lawyer but what
26:49
Cohen is saying that is that the
26:52
president urged him and counseled him
26:54
and essentially conspired with him to
26:58
lie before Congress so this is he's just
27:01
delusional because he believes that the
27:03
one witness or the one source was one
27:07
witness one the one witness or one
27:09
source he didn't make it's clear that
27:11
was the only one right he does say that
27:14
Cohen's was behind this report and it's
27:18
clear by the reporting done on PBS but
27:21
just five minutes before that he was
27:24
listening to because when you go and sit
27:27
down on one of these things you're
27:28
hearing the whole show and they stated
27:29
he didn't think they don't hear this
27:32
stuff yeah they do he only hears himself
27:34
is what I'm saying he could actually
27:37
hear it I'm sure the audio but let's
27:40
take it to another level
27:41
judi heard it judi heard the Chardin
27:45
report where she specifically says in
27:47
that die so Cohen did not contribute to
27:51
the BuzzFeed report he had he didn't say
27:53
anything about anything he's done these
27:55
Mommy's over on the sidelines
27:56
Judy knows that she just heard it a few
27:59
minutes ago she did the report you know
28:01
just because well this guy saying that
28:02
his colon spilling his guts that's
28:04
causing the problem and she doesn't say
28:07
anything I would like to remind you that
28:08
just because she has a pearls has a
28:12
stately manner about her
28:14
doesn't mean that she isn't just like
28:16
any other prostitute she's just reading
28:18
the prompter it's what she's not
28:21
listening to anybody
28:24
apparently not she missed the Nixon
28:26
thing she missed this and this one I
28:28
thought was more egregious because this
28:31
guy's going on and on about Cohen
28:32
spilling his guts in the BuzzFeed
28:35
article when in fact he didn't even
28:36
contribute to the BuzzFeed article as
28:38
previously mentioned in the same news
28:41
report yes this was a continuation of
28:43
what Jordans was doing this is extremely
28:47
poor reporting I mean I can't believe
28:49
how bad it is she's got to go I think
28:53
you should replace her I'm not replacing
28:55
anybody okay just a thought it doesn't
29:00
give me the opportunity to grouch like
29:02
no no I got you I can tell you very
29:04
disappointed I think credibly did
29:06
somebody ever since Gwen my hope died
29:09
died this show has deteriorated to the
29:13
extreme I sure taught me a lesson
29:15
because we were always harping on Gwen
29:18
and then she passed away and it turns
29:20
out she was the real heart of the show
29:23
no we didn't know just a rap food I've
29:28
got I don't have that much but I do have
29:31
that the I have the correction on PBS
29:35
the next day which is so lame but I want
29:37
to play I got to Ikes I got two more
29:40
consumption but I want to play this
29:41
story by Democracy Now which includes
29:43
the Amy Klobuchar thing or we can skip
29:45
it's only a minute yes please Democrats
29:48
say such an order would also constitute
29:50
obstruction of justice a felony Trump's
29:52
nominee to become the next Attorney
29:54
General William Bar appeared to agree
29:56
with that position during his Senate
29:58
confirmation hearing Tuesday Barra was
30:01
questioned by Minnesota Democrat
30:03
timeline Tuesday Amy Klobuchar the
30:06
president persuading a person to commit
30:08
perjury would be obstruction is that
30:10
right
30:13
yes okay or any well you know any person
30:16
who persuades another yes okay you also
30:19
said that a president or any person
30:21
convincing a witness to change testimony
30:23
would be obstruction is that right yes
30:27
meanwhile The Wall Street Journal
30:29
reported Donald Trump ordered mic now I
30:31
ask you just for a moment though this
30:34
was Tuesday yes question by the way I'm
30:37
giving you kudos on this one thank you
30:39
for making this catch this is not only
30:44
is it kind of and the bar is even
30:46
answering kind of like why are you
30:48
asking me these stupid questions yeah
30:50
exactly he was he was like befuddled but
30:53
why is democracy now and why is Judy
30:56
showing this as the highlight of
30:58
Tuesday's testimony judy judy is de me
31:02
Amy why is democracy now showing this of
31:05
all the things this as the highlight on
31:07
Tuesday almost you know five days before
31:11
the bombshell drop because they're all
31:13
fucking complicit that's why I'm not
31:16
gonna bike completely by that because
31:18
this this Amy report was done on the
31:20
Friday they had just dug this old thing
31:23
up and pulled it into the Friday report
31:25
cuz they knew that the buddy was out in
31:28
look in life how convenient
31:29
well I was yeah I agree with that it was
31:32
a little bit much but Klobuchar would do
31:35
this was no clue but chars complicit in
31:37
some sort of a scam well how about this
31:39
what if because remember Ben Ben white
31:42
or whether the gut Ben Smith in yeah Ben
31:45
Ben Ben Smith he disgraces the name Ben
31:49
all people named Ben we know dudes named
31:53
Ben they're heroes this is no dude named
31:56
Ben there's a douche named Ben he has
32:00
some kind of official mainstream
32:03
background doesn't either editor right
32:05
he's got all kinds of background he's
32:07
make sense loaded with background you
32:10
should look him up
32:10
well me me me ever even be able to speak
32:13
how about this so why would he so when
32:16
Miller's office comes out and you know
32:19
you can read it any way you want but he
32:20
said hey this is not factual that's
32:23
probably a good
32:24
translations is not factual what you
32:26
guys put out there and a simmer down was
32:28
kind of the undertone maybe he didn't
32:32
get it directly from sources maybe he
32:34
got from a Congress persons sources or
32:36
so because he felt pretty strong say no
32:38
no we stand by our reporting
32:40
well maybe the source is a club a charm
32:42
maybe the source is this Kramer looking
32:44
guy Raskin who knows who the sources I
32:47
have a feeling that that's that would be
32:49
interesting to know the Raskin guys
32:52
definitely something wrong with him
32:53
I'm I wouldn't trust this guy in the
32:56
inch I do have one last clip and I'm not
33:01
gonna play the the may a coupla clip
33:04
because it's not that interesting but I
33:06
do have a clip where the truth wants to
33:08
come out of our favorites this is Lanny
33:12
Davis the lawyer for Cohen who hates
33:17
Trump blathering on and he has a little
33:21
flub at the end Democrats it's a
33:23
bombshell claim that comes with a caveat
33:25
if it's true if the president directed
33:29
Michael Cohen to lie to Congress then
33:32
that's a clear case of participating in
33:34
perjury and obstruction of justice and
33:37
he should resign
33:38
that's after an explosive new report
33:41
which says president Trump personally
33:43
instructed his longtime lawyer to lie to
33:45
Congress to hide his involvement in a
33:47
real estate deal for a proposed Moscow
33:49
Trump Tower NBC News has not verified
33:52
the report and neither has any other
33:54
news outlet BuzzFeed sites two federal
33:56
law enforcement officials involved in an
33:58
investigation of the matter after
33:59
President Trump tweeted a vague
34:01
reference to Cohen's father-in-law one
34:03
of Cohen's advisers says he now fears
34:05
for his family and may not testify as
34:08
planned in front of Congress next month
34:10
family is out of bounds there's only one
34:13
person in the country one president in
34:16
our history that would threaten family
34:19
as a tactic to make fear of somebody who
34:22
calls a rat for telling the truth and
34:24
that's presidential Trump president who
34:28
president truth damn
34:36
and my mouth what was he saying
34:38
president truth
34:39
that's funny in a whole bunch of ways
34:41
yeah I got quite a kick out of the panel
34:45
over at CNN who immediately threw
34:48
BuzzFeed under the bus which is the only
34:50
way to go I think you're CNN's like
34:52
blaming on those guys quick and they had
34:56
who they have on they had the
34:59
constitutional lawyer that Toobin who's
35:03
there a lot lately work and Brian
35:07
seltzer water
35:09
you know the meet the media guy big head
35:12
here does I have a different view of the
35:14
implications of all this my view is this
35:18
isn't that the larger message that a lot
35:21
of people are going to take from this
35:22
story is that the news media are a bunch
35:24
of leftist liars
35:26
we're dying to get the president and
35:28
they're willing to lie to do it
35:30
that was some self-awareness that's for
35:33
sure that's good now we got to fight
35:35
back against that of course we can't
35:36
have that
35:37
well that and and I don't think that's
35:39
true medias I preach talking about the
35:47
law enforcement side but I mean they're
35:48
not they're not contradictory but I just
35:50
think this is a bad day for us you gotta
35:55
admit Toobin is on point with this this
35:59
is a bad day so I I have respect a
36:01
little bit for I disagree a little bit i
36:04
but I just think you know it reinforces
36:05
every bad stereotype about the news
36:08
media it does reinforce bad startups
36:10
about the news media I agree with you I
36:11
am desperate as a media reporter to
36:13
always say to the audience
36:14
judge folks individually and judge
36:16
brands individually don't fall for what
36:19
these politicians out there want you to
36:20
do they want you to think we're all
36:22
crooked we're not BuzzFeed now the onus
36:34
is on BuzzFeed right now the onus is on
36:35
say for buzz Ben Smith says he knows the
36:38
identity of the two sources obviously
36:39
the reporters you know the identity of
36:41
the two sources they're gonna be going
36:43
back to those two sources and hopefully
36:44
to other sources to try to get to the
36:45
bottom of this oh how many so
36:47
could there be Brian now it's a dispute
36:49
and I don't know how that disputes gonna
36:51
be resolved I'm not disagreeing with you
36:53
this this will be used obviously against
36:55
the media as a whole I hope not
36:58
everybody else to use it against the
36:59
bright think that the president is very
37:01
likely if past is prologue going to see
37:03
this as evidence for his attacks on the
37:05
media being justified and I think that
37:07
his supporters would say that that is
37:09
understandable then we need to keep
37:11
reinforcing to the audience how much
37:12
smoke there is but as a massive fire so
37:15
I saw much evidence of wrongdoing but we
37:16
do do that we do that ever we do that
37:18
every day I think the important things
37:20
to remember that part of why it if if
37:23
the media gets are doing wrong and then
37:25
Smith the same they stand by their
37:26
reporting if the media gets something
37:27
wrong it is incumbent on us to correct
37:29
it and I understand that it is
37:31
frustrating to the press and also to
37:32
people who believe in the press that the
37:34
the White House does not necessarily
37:36
follow that same standard for themselves
37:38
but that has nothing to do with what we
37:40
do we have to keep our standard size
37:47
lower than ours in this case it will we
37:51
kept him high he kept them high by
37:53
saying well we couldn't confirm the
37:55
report but the bombshell report
37:57
explosive report bombshell and jeez yeah
38:01
now that was just fantastic to see that
38:04
happen in this happens the next day and
38:09
ends the day after it was just so
38:11
interested twenty four full hours no no
38:16
didn't in that pretty small period that
38:18
small window they all piled on like
38:20
maniacs it was interesting because
38:23
Saturday morning we woke up and Tina's
38:26
like oh man this did Twitter's blowing
38:28
up she's my canary in the coal mine and
38:32
I said was having a while yeah this that
38:34
BuzzFeed BuzzFeed like what it's had
38:38
this is you know if you lie then screw
38:40
this guy alright okay and I said yeah I
38:44
think I said you know it's BuzzFeed
38:47
let's see how this shakes out and and
38:49
she was monitoring people who were just
38:51
losing their crap over this and that was
38:54
just Twitter that wasn't even till we
38:55
flipped on the TV and saw everyone going
38:57
nuts and yeah 24 hours later gone
39:00
yeah although not really because you
39:02
know it's so unusual for the special
39:05
investigators office to make any kind of
39:08
statement
39:09
this isn't so unusual it must be some
39:11
code as code we got to parse the words
39:13
better it's code there's definitely some
39:15
code in there that's why there's code
39:17
the mainstream guys the big boys not to
39:21
you know BuzzFeed's or anybody lesser
39:23
yeah the mainstream guys just kind of
39:25
brushed it under what's that but they
39:27
did a real quickie they all do it quick
39:30
turn in a way that they start they led
39:32
with it but when it comes up for example
39:34
I have a good example this is the the
39:36
Saturday PBS teaser okay so now this is
39:41
the teaser so I'm expecting because I
39:44
think the biggest news story was that
39:45
the wisdom was the the killing of this
39:49
other story especially when you lead
39:52
with it the day before and you made you
39:54
made person after person after person
39:56
talked about it and you brought in Jamie
39:59
Raskin to go on and on you'd think that
40:04
you would lead with it again the next
40:06
day
40:07
no let's bury that below you'd think
40:10
you'd even tease it no this here's the
40:12
teaser on the next day on PBS on this
40:15
edition for Saturday January 19th a
40:17
presidential announcement as the partial
40:19
government shutdown enters its fifth
40:21
week at day 29 the third annual women's
40:25
March takes place across the country
40:26
despite recent controversy and in our
40:29
signature segment Iraqi soldiers feeling
40:32
forgotten after fighting for their
40:33
country
40:34
next on PBS Newshour weekend
40:37
and BuzzFeed was not a bombshell where
40:40
was it nothing you think it would be in
40:42
the teaser that would because it was
40:44
such a big deal today before but no they
40:45
don't even bother to mention do a little
40:48
piece on it and they it was mediocre was
40:51
hardly anything like it we screwed up
40:53
yeah but it was an it was an
40:55
embarrassment for the media I think that
40:57
Toobin is right yes now but in this case
41:02
you know when he does that that also
41:03
he's a lawyer you know I'm not really a
41:05
media guy over here these news guy I'm a
41:07
lawyer so I got it seen I got it
41:09
straight almost as bad as these guys
41:12
where they get caught re reporting a
41:15
hoax
41:16
bullshit this least a couple times a
41:18
year yeah well they did exactly look
41:21
anyone who reads a report in the New
41:23
York Times it's just become normal we've
41:25
talked about this for years now it used
41:28
to be get someone on record to state
41:29
their name and say here's what I said
41:31
and that's just turned into sources and
41:33
at first it was government sources and
41:35
it was people who know government
41:37
sources and now it's just some sources
41:39
and they got caught it should be a big
41:42
warning to some of the other big
41:45
mainstream publications and mainly the
41:48
New York Times they should be very
41:51
careful because they're going to they're
41:52
going to get caught in this someday as
41:54
well
41:55
he just cleared before the source into
41:57
some of the fake reporters that they had
41:59
working for MIT oh yeah but then it says
42:01
well this guy was bad it was a bad apple
42:03
and he made stuff up he was bad it was
42:05
just him there was nothing New York
42:06
Times not the institution just one slip
42:08
through like the TSA letting an old
42:10
granny with a with a handgun yeah in her
42:13
bag that's the way it's handled
42:14
granny with a handgun granny get your
42:18
gun okay so we did have some other
42:21
things happen over the weekend I thought
42:23
really
42:24
I thought the thought the press the
42:26
president's 3:00 p.m. speech was
42:31
interesting I just clipped it wait you
42:33
used the word interesting yeah I thought
42:35
it was interesting it was interesting
42:37
for a number of reasons he had a
42:39
different setting it was kind of like in
42:41
the hallway with George Washington
42:42
behind him it looked not very regal and
42:47
presidential it looked kind of like off
42:49
to the side I don't know someone just
42:51
built a quick little set no your
42:53
impression was but I thought it was kind
42:55
of weak yeah that didn't bother me at
42:58
all
42:58
and he offered a deal and he tried to
43:02
explain why we need a wall and I don't
43:04
know if anyone watches these things I
43:06
don't know if there was any real
43:07
reporting what I got was I think this is
43:09
from CBS and they actually edited this
43:12
because you know why give you everything
43:14
the president said but this was his
43:16
offer in the CBS edit our plan includes
43:19
the following eight hundred million
43:22
dollars in urgent humanitarian
43:25
assistance eight hundred and five
43:29
million dollars for drug detection
43:32
technology to help secure our ports of
43:37
entry
43:37
an additional 2,750 border agents and
43:43
law enforcement professionals 75 new
43:48
immigration judge teams to reduce the
43:52
court backlog of believe it or not
43:54
almost 900,000 cases our plan includes
44:00
critical measures to protect migrant
44:03
children from exploitation and abuse
44:06
this includes a new
44:08
system to allow Central American miners
44:11
to apply for asylum in their home
44:15
countries and reform to promote family
44:19
reunification for unaccompanied children
44:22
thousands now that kind of went by in a
44:25
weird sentence but what is this about
44:27
miners who can then apply for a visa it
44:31
is there some mining company he's
44:32
hooking up here that's what it sounds
44:35
like to me with so miners these are like
44:38
that to me sound like kids to allow
44:41
Central American miners o miners as in
44:45
children not geez what the hell are you
44:50
talking - okay sorry it's the we apply
44:54
for asylum in their home countries and
44:58
reform to promote family reunification
45:01
for unaccompanied children thousands of
45:05
them next up on our border doorstep to
45:10
physically secure our border the plan
45:13
includes 5.7 billion dollars for a
45:16
strategic deployment of physical
45:19
barriers or a wall there are two more
45:23
elements that's where they cut out what
45:25
he explains it as I just cut that out as
45:27
to my plan
45:27
number one is three years of legislative
45:32
relief for 700,000 daca recipients
45:36
brought here unlawfully by their parents
45:39
at a young age many years ago this
45:43
extension will give them access to work
45:45
permits Social Security numbers and
45:49
protection from deportation most
45:52
importantly secondly our proposal
45:55
provides a three-year extension of
45:58
temporary protected status or TPS this
46:02
means that 300,000 immigrants whose
46:06
protective status is facing expiration
46:09
will now have three more years of
46:11
certainty so that Congress can work on a
46:14
larger immigration deal which everybody
46:16
wants Republicans and Democrats
46:19
so when I heard this to me it sounded
46:21
like a little light on on the offering
46:24
hadn't hadn't we been it like 2 million
46:27
Dhaka and the Dhaka kid the kids parents
46:30
that was the last time we heard about it
46:33
and I would think that the Democrats
46:35
would jump at any Dhaka deal
46:37
well the but with the Trump did this
46:39
with the Dhaka deals a year and a half
46:41
ago or something like a year ago they
46:43
refused it it's not gonna buy anything
46:45
he does they don't care about Dhaka
46:48
they're a bunch of phonies side of the
46:51
aisle okay I'm just yeah Trump doesn't
46:55
either
46:56
he's just trying to make something
46:58
happen I guess he's not doing any I mean
47:01
he's the great negotiator should be able
47:03
to do a better job than let these Pelosi
47:05
and Schumer to to like weirdos run him
47:11
around like this but okay well let's see
47:12
what happens they're all they've they
47:14
have some power right now so they can
47:16
totally do that
47:16
well Schumer not so much but Pelosi
47:19
closer us now so of course we had the
47:23
you're not allowed to do your State of
47:26
the Union in the house
47:28
according to Pelosi you can you can do
47:30
that from the Oval Office
47:32
screw you and then Trump grounded her
47:35
plane that was funny
47:38
now and then Lindsey Graham comes out
47:40
and space them commentary about this
47:42
being one sophomoric act after another
47:44
well before we go any further what she
47:49
was doing was and there was a not much
47:51
Adam Schiff I think was going along and
47:53
a couple other Congress persons yes sure
47:58
and they're going to Brussels and we
48:00
know what what's what's happening we
48:01
know when they go to Brussels why are
48:03
they going to Brussels well they're
48:05
gonna go to they were supposed to stop
48:07
at Davos do some skiing and they're
48:09
gonna get some french fries a few meals
48:13
there maybe meet up with some EU guys
48:16
and maybe they'll pick up the tab matter
48:18
so there's a name for this which I had
48:20
not heard before but makes total sense
48:22
as Steve Peconic sent me a link to his
48:24
video that he did yesterday
48:25
I clipped the beginning of it it's
48:27
called a code el Nancy Pelosi for
48:30
reasons that are beyond my
48:32
understanding decided to go on a Codell
48:34
now let me explain what a code L is a
48:37
code L is a congressional delegation
48:39
that goes through specific countries I
48:42
was in the State Department as you know
48:44
I was a senior official and I was in
48:47
charge in many cases of having our
48:50
ambassadors represent the country that
48:53
the Congress people are coming to and
48:56
literally having to act as a
48:59
receptionist for the congressman or the
49:02
congresswoman utilizing all of our
49:05
assets in the embassy making things
49:08
happen that in fact we didn't need to
49:10
happen we had to use our deputy chief of
49:13
mission the station chief our political
49:15
officers were all tied up making sure
49:19
that the congressional representatives
49:22
were happy please entertain and for
49:25
maybe a few minutes they were involved
49:27
with the key issues of a particular
49:29
country in this case Brussels was the
49:32
beginning point and that was not an
49:34
accident Brussels is where they can go
49:36
out they can have a good time the
49:38
Congress people and they can enjoy
49:40
themselves for the most part they could
49:42
care a little about NATO you can find
49:44
out anything and everything you want
49:46
about NATO on the Internet and they know
49:48
very well they can get on the phone the
49:51
real issue here is that Nancy Pelosi is
49:53
known for having these junkets all
49:56
through her career she had over 80 of
49:59
them between 2009 and 2010 one of these
50:03
hotels costs us a hundred and eighty
50:05
five thousand dollars in tax dollars
50:07
that means that when Nancy Pelosi is
50:10
ordered to go on a private plane as
50:13
Trump had ordered her to do she said no
50:15
and the reason why she said no is that
50:18
her husband wouldn't pay for the flight
50:20
and she didn't want to use any of her
50:22
own money to fly overseas there you go
50:25
the Codell yeah you can hear that these
50:30
people show up but like an embassy over
50:31
there and everyone's pissed off totally
50:35
now we got to look busy and make these
50:37
people feel like they're doing something
50:40
that makes so much sense and then you go
50:43
gallivanting around town
50:45
do some shopping yes used to watch
50:47
Hillary do these things since you always
50:49
come back with this fabulous hairdo
50:51
yes when she saw Pierre in France but no
50:53
one wants to go to Paris right now cuz
50:55
you know it's kind of a shithole it just
51:00
it just keeps on going
51:02
demonstrations by so-called yellow vests
51:04
protesters in Paris turned to riots as
51:07
those taking part demanded that French
51:09
president Emmanuel macron should resign
51:11
police used tear gas and water cannon as
51:14
demonstrators became violent police also
51:17
tackle them with batons and
51:18
controversial flash ball guns crowds
51:21
calling for macron to step down also
51:23
scary the coffin shaped items to
51:26
represent the ten people who've died in
51:28
the protests there were 30 arrests in
51:31
Paris many suspected of carrying
51:32
offensive weapons similar demonstrations
51:35
took place in other French cities and
51:37
towns and more than 50,000 police and
51:39
Jean Dom's were deployed the yellow vest
51:42
protests began on November the 17th
51:44
there were an increase in fuel taxes
51:46
those fuel taxes have been scrapped but
51:48
the campaign has now become an anti
51:50
macron protest yeah and very quiet in
51:55
the international news gathering and
51:57
reporting business about this the UK has
51:59
a growing Legion of yellow vests so the
52:07
media is all in with the government's
52:09
that not really talked about this too
52:11
much I did as far as I can tell
52:13
except for that report where you got it
52:15
from a thing I've seen some minor stuff
52:17
on Sky News yeah we're the only ones to
52:20
talk about it yeah and these flash balls
52:22
yes doesn't talk about it no no no we
52:26
have no time to talk about these things
52:27
it's way too important now the flash
52:30
ball thing this touch killing people
52:31
with these shooting them in the back of
52:33
the head trademark for the normally less
52:35
Leith normally normally or nominally
52:38
it's not nominally less lethal a hand
52:41
you know it's a big thing it looks like
52:43
a grenade launcher yeah definitely huge
52:46
bore me a hundred millimeter bore
52:50
officers not situated apparently they
52:53
fire these things and they it was
52:56
developed by French hunting firearms man
52:59
facture Vernie was it Kari Karen I guess
53:02
it's aro and the weapon exists in two
53:07
versions that the caliber is dama it's a
53:11
44 it when it looks bigger than that it
53:14
looks much looks like a 88 oh I see is a
53:19
44 but the 83 it's an 83 yes a 83 huge
53:23
and what is it what is the projectile
53:25
super pro version features vertically
53:28
stacked barrels and what does it shoot
53:30
what does it just flash ball what is
53:33
that it shoots a ball rubber ball the
53:38
main one just shoots a rubber ball well
53:40
this is a big giant river pause I get
53:42
hit with a hand ball well I saw a guy in
53:45
the end they put have had to put him in
53:46
an induced coma probably hit him in the
53:49
head with it hit him in the back of the
53:51
head with a rubber ball yeah but yes the
53:55
UK apparently has a real movement now
53:57
I'm just getting this from bloggers no
54:01
mainstream reporting Anna you know
54:03
thanks to Sir Jeanne who by the way is a
54:04
Duke could not an Earl made that mistake
54:06
on the last show you know I did the
54:08
keeper and I we got our yellow vest
54:10
we're ready we're ready to take to the
54:11
streets good if that is another no
54:14
agenda premium item we could consider by
54:17
the way do we don't sell product
54:19
[Applause]
54:23
thousand troops the ISIS of virus the
54:27
killer from Nigeria
54:30
[Applause]
54:34
the troops are soon to follow and we
54:38
have confirmation wait I'll do this in
54:42
order the Democratic Republic of Congo
54:44
now particularly the northern part is
54:47
where your iPhone comes from the cobalt
54:50
materials which by the way are only in
54:53
Apple's case taken from artisan miners
54:57
that's little kids but their art isn't
55:00
small-batch little kids using stones
55:04
smart they are truly a small batch of
55:07
miners so the small batch works here
55:10
they had an election which you know it's
55:14
never really gone well there and as
55:16
predicted this one is now being
55:18
seriously disputed we go to Africa today
55:21
Martin for you Lou an opposition leader
55:23
the Democratic Republic of Congo
55:26
declared himself as the only legitimate
55:28
president of the country on Sunday his
55:32
reaction follows a ruling by the
55:34
Constitutional Court confirming Felicia
55:36
Sacchetti
55:37
as we know the December 30 polls the
55:41
Constitutional Court has once again
55:45
confirmed that like the thinny it is at
55:48
the service of a dictator or individual
55:52
it is neither more nor less a
55:55
constitutional coup d'etat because it
55:58
brings to the Supreme Majesties and none
56:02
elected for you though honest
56:06
international community not to accept
56:08
the verdicts by the country's top court
56:11
asked moreover to the whole of the
56:15
international community not to recognize
56:18
a power which has not neither legitimacy
56:22
no legal standing to represent the
56:26
Congolese people Martin foyer also
56:30
called or the Congolese people to
56:31
organize peaceful protests across the
56:33
country to protest against a ruling by
56:36
the Constitutional Court so the point of
56:38
me playing this report is one this is
56:40
the only report I could find on it
56:42
from Africa today there is a ongoing
56:46
dispute and just before the election
56:49
which not everyone even in the country
56:51
is voted in yet just before the election
56:54
there was an outbreak of Ebola in this
56:56
very region it was small and there were
56:59
some protests and people actually went
57:00
and kicked over the Ebola camp which
57:02
makes total sense that's that's what I
57:04
do when I'm pissed off and so now we
57:07
have this true dispute there's been
57:09
articles filed and there's problems and
57:12
although I have no audio no video
57:15
reports Vox picked it up the Ebola
57:19
outbreak in eastern Congo is moving
57:22
towards a major city that's not good
57:25
680 cases officially now the second
57:29
worst outbreak of Ebola ever in history
57:35
so troops are on their way there's no
57:39
way the troops have to come now this is
57:42
how it works yeah we already have about
57:47
80 of them we sent the troops over early
57:49
the the reconnaissance team but now it's
57:52
going to Goma this is apparently where
57:54
the outfit has spread to Goma koma koma
57:57
yeah this is in northern Peru this is
57:59
where all your artists and small-batch a
58:01
cobalt comes from Goma is not only
58:05
entirely run by the Chinese it is also
58:08
the kind of the crossroads of
58:10
Transportation so we're very worried now
58:13
that if he bola gets to Goma it could
58:16
then spread via train all over Africa so
58:20
let's go to China well maybe that is a
58:25
new strategy that I hadn't heard of but
58:27
I'm pretty sure in strategy I'm pretty
58:29
sure it's every bullet of China see how
58:31
they reacted they got a lot of people
58:33
I'm pretty sure everyone there knows
58:35
this is total bullshit oh no
58:37
[Music]
58:44
well you're on the topic of these crazy
58:47
things that aren't being reported here
58:49
and might as well play this this do you
58:51
know what's going on in Venezuela no
58:56
covering the BuzzFeed story but let's
58:58
play this actually is from Democracy Now
59:00
but is this is the unreported action in
59:03
Venezuela this is hot stuff the United
59:05
States and allied nations in Latin
59:07
America are ratcheting up pressure on
59:09
Venezuela and what appears to be a
59:11
coordinated effort to remove Venezuelan
59:13
president Nicolas Maduro from office
59:15
Maduro was sworn in last week to a
59:18
second six-year term following his
59:20
victory in last May's election which was
59:23
boycotted by the opposition days before
59:26
Maduro was sworn in opposition figure
59:29
Juan Guido became head of the National
59:31
Assembly which soon voted to declare
59:34
Maduro a usurper in an effort to remove
59:37
him from office the United States Brazil
59:40
and other nations have welcomed the
59:42
effort vice president Mike Pence tweeted
59:45
the u.s. strongly supports the
59:47
courageous decision by juan bueno to
59:49
declare the country's presidency vacant
59:52
on the day of Maduro is inauguration
59:54
january 10th US Secretary of State Mike
59:57
Pompeo called Guido to congratulate him
1:00:00
on his election victory to head the
1:00:02
National Assembly then national security
1:00:05
adviser John Bolton announced quote the
1:00:07
United States does not recognize
1:00:09
Venezuelan dictator Nicolas maduro's
1:00:11
illegitimate claim to power unquote
1:00:14
Brazil now led by the far-right
1:00:16
presidential year bole senado has gone a
1:00:18
step further by saying it recognizes Ron
1:00:21
Guido as the rightful president of
1:00:23
Venezuela even though Goodell himself
1:00:26
hasn't even claimed that title a group
1:00:28
of Latin American countries known as the
1:00:30
Lima group also recently voted to not
1:00:32
recognize the legitimacy of maduras
1:00:35
presidency Mexico was the sole the
1:00:37
center the us-led effort targeting the
1:00:40
oil-rich nation of Venezuela dates back
1:00:42
two decades since the late ago Chavez
1:00:44
became president in 1999
1:00:48
so there we go so we call it action now
1:00:52
now if I'm around the water cooler what
1:00:54
can I actually say I learned from that
1:00:56
well you learned that this is the
1:00:58
economic hitman always win yeah yeah
1:01:04
okay got it thanks yeah the little thing
1:01:08
I'm seeing here just you should look
1:01:11
this guy up wongu I do gu AI do and look
1:01:14
at his images he is a dead ringer and
1:01:18
the way he acts in the way he speaks in
1:01:20
the way he moves around the way he mugs
1:01:21
the camera Obama hmm take a look no bomb
1:01:26
a clone and he's going to be put in
1:01:29
office that said there they had other
1:01:31
testimony on this show so you know that
1:01:33
nobody knows who this quiet old guy is
1:01:35
but you can see what he is he is gonna
1:01:37
be put in office as they had at Venice
1:01:39
whether he's gonna become the great
1:01:40
long-term dictator that's our buddy huh
1:01:43
so we can get all the oil we want off of
1:01:47
that huge reserve they have off the
1:01:49
coast now how who is this guy this Guido
1:01:52
how do we know that and can we just post
1:01:54
pictures you look at him yeah yeah it
1:01:56
looks like yes I see what you're saying
1:01:58
yeah he's Obama uh but who's he's the
1:02:03
guy became head of the Senate or
1:02:04
whatever they're surprised they have
1:02:06
this legislated he's the head of the
1:02:08
legislature okay and he but he he's got
1:02:11
American stooge written all over him and
1:02:15
they said you know we can't like the way
1:02:16
Obama operated huh and he's obviously
1:02:22
gonna go along with the program and you
1:02:24
can see it's coming down Broadway not
1:02:26
being reported yet but it's gonna be
1:02:28
something going that someone's gonna
1:02:29
shoot Maduro yeah we got it yeah they
1:02:33
were gonna pick him up and drop him off
1:02:35
in an airport runway to what they did
1:02:37
that guy on Doris that's got to be all
1:02:39
CIA running that I mean who has time for
1:02:42
that who has time let's say CIA's the
1:02:45
only guys got time to deal with that
1:02:47
yeah I guess yeah they like this Obama
1:02:50
look so that was their first guy so well
1:02:54
with that well I want me to thank you
1:02:57
for your courage and say in the morning
1:02:59
to you the man who put the C in the DRC
1:03:01
John
1:03:03
well good morning to you mr. Adam curry
1:03:06
and in the morning to all the ships at
1:03:08
sea boots-on-the-ground feed their
1:03:09
Sunday Sunday and all the Dames
1:03:10
tonight's out there yes in the morning
1:03:19
to the trolls in the troll room at no
1:03:22
agenda stream calm we love seeing you
1:03:24
there thanks for helping out always
1:03:25
giving us a real-time rundown of what
1:03:27
we're doing wrong and sometimes they
1:03:28
troll and also a hearty in the morning
1:03:31
to Nick the route I believe yes Nick the
1:03:34
rat Boris the artwork and uploaded that
1:03:37
too no agenda our generator calm as his
1:03:40
contribution to the value Network for
1:03:42
episode 1104 the people's vote this was
1:03:45
our bouncy castle our bouncy castle
1:03:48
flotilla yeah he's the bait that's quite
1:03:51
a bit to get that one in yeah well there
1:03:54
were a couple other really interesting
1:03:55
ones what was what was the debate the
1:03:58
debate was we could never use this one
1:04:00
again probably all right we had another
1:04:02
one on there that thought was really
1:04:04
good it was I think it was another
1:04:07
daring one it was something that could
1:04:09
be used it sometime in the future yes
1:04:12
and so it's often when something is
1:04:14
evergreen would mean it can be used you
1:04:16
know in any situation it comes up in the
1:04:19
Congress and we often say well you know
1:04:21
what we'll remember that isn't evergreen
1:04:25
[Music]
1:04:30
and of course we always like to thank
1:04:33
our executive and our associate
1:04:35
executive producers at the top of the
1:04:37
show just like Hollywood does except we
1:04:39
honor producers unlike Hollywood and we
1:04:42
like to thank them here yeah because our
1:04:48
top rag executive producer is Hieronymus
1:04:50
of Dogpatch ah he's alive curiously we
1:04:54
well I'm we were talking about him we
1:04:57
were and we were concerned for him yeah
1:05:00
yeah cause he hadn't shown up for the
1:05:02
December Christmas season or anything or
1:05:05
New Year's even any oh he always says he
1:05:08
sends us a handwritten note or is it
1:05:09
typewritten note so it's always
1:05:11
typewritten because he doesn't want to
1:05:12
give away anything okay
1:05:14
although the printer probably has some
1:05:16
codes I should mention this to people we
1:05:18
do be mentioned this occasionally to
1:05:20
would-be counterfeiters out there that
1:05:22
all printers all modern printers print a
1:05:25
very light yellow code on every sheet of
1:05:28
paper they print which includes the
1:05:30
serial number of the printer and makes
1:05:32
it traceable if you're a counterfeit er
1:05:34
you will not see these little yellow
1:05:36
dots but they're there and that's how
1:05:39
the this is a trick that's the the
1:05:41
printer stopping the printer digging
1:05:43
deep deep stains of printers state so I
1:05:47
assume cuz this looks doesn't look like
1:05:49
a typewriter which is also traceable
1:05:52
that there's some code on here but I
1:05:55
just know it he just shouldn't send us
1:05:56
anything I was thinking she burned them
1:06:02
Burn Notice I burn the notes first very
1:06:04
good burnt the notes first more the
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fireplace just to be sure you know what
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I believe you believe you hey Brooke
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recognizer this guy is who knows who
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best Iran emissive dog pet she came with
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1333 dollars Wow yeah cause thank you
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Lloris LeBeau via was suffering more
1:07:00
than I expected this visit o indexing
1:07:03
domestically manufactured goods to the
1:07:05
dollar makes survival even harder I
1:07:08
don't know what countries do that but
1:07:11
Roberts going no the growing population
1:07:14
of educated use use youth youth more
1:07:18
disgruntled with the lack of local
1:07:20
opportunities we know many EU countries
1:07:23
suffer this but in poorer countries the
1:07:25
challenge is no better and perhaps more
1:07:27
dangerous Lloris LeBeau vias social
1:07:30
welfare groups outside government's
1:07:33
opposed programs are extremely modest
1:07:35
and I visited a few NGOs seem to focus
1:07:38
on education and construction places you
1:07:41
can get attention extract some cash
1:07:43
the real needy are left to the poorly
1:07:45
funded government agencies and a few
1:07:47
religious organizations and with the
1:07:49
price indexing issues the needy are
1:07:52
getting even less I had an opportunity
1:07:55
to reflect on how when you don't have
1:07:57
the safety net such as your mobile phone
1:07:59
believing you can get help at a moment's
1:08:02
notice
1:08:02
you are more thoughtful in your
1:08:04
decisions that you did I had to read
1:08:07
this yeah reread again read that again
1:08:09
it's because you have to listen nobody
1:08:10
essay he reflected on how when you don't
1:08:13
have the safety net such as your mobile
1:08:16
phone uh-huh
1:08:18
believing you can get help at a moment's
1:08:20
notice
1:08:21
you are more thoughtful in your
1:08:23
decisions well this is true and we were
1:08:26
kids we were more thoughtful because we
1:08:28
had no safety net yeah my mom said if
1:08:31
it's messed up go to a police officer
1:08:33
asking for help I don't think kids get
1:08:36
that advice anymore he's saying no
1:08:37
triple-a around to help change my tire
1:08:39
and nothing but a few wild animals in a
1:08:42
distant village to watch caused me to
1:08:44
reflect on how foolish decisions
1:08:46
increase when you don't fear for your
1:08:49
life
1:08:49
no wonder Millennials behave as they do
1:08:52
they believe there's always someone
1:08:54
available to help them when they take
1:08:56
foolish risks wow you know what they've
1:08:59
been taught that yeah
1:09:03
well the phone doesn't hurt help I am
1:09:05
sure you some games by the way I've
1:09:07
decided to to not use my navigator
1:09:11
anymore
1:09:12
oh very good this I've I've stopped
1:09:14
doing that myself yeah it's better it's
1:09:17
not just better but it doesn't tell
1:09:19
everyone where you are well besides that
1:09:21
but it's still better it's better for
1:09:23
you it's yes just as a quick aside Tina
1:09:28
and I did something for our aging
1:09:30
attention spans and brains which I would
1:09:33
recommend we built the Lego roller
1:09:37
coaster together which we were it was it
1:09:41
was a gift and we liked and we just
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found that it's kind of fun we put the
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whole thing together like 16 hours of
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build and it was there it's good for
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your brain and it was good for us as a
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couple
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okay yeah it was nice it was good Lego
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therapy is pretty neat okay I will say a
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couple of things about use not using the
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navigator and just kind of you know you
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look up to where the place is and then
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you say oh I like that's where it's over
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here over there and then you just go uh
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is that I've been having a lot of dreams
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of roaming around lost Wow
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that's and you wake up in a cold sweat
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now I wake up saying what that was dumb
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I was lost in Berkeley because I had
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Avenue and then I kept going down telega
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up the street this wasn't Telegraph
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we were in Oakland and then I said whoa
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wait and they looked around I saw the
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the area say ah that's a block away from
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Telegraph we weren't supposed to be I'm
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not supposed to over here and I went
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down and I eventually found it - a
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series of missed turns and miss
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directions all in your dream yeah well
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okay yeah definitely time to start
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working on your map skills I've barely I
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read an article about how learning music
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learning a new musical instrument is
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very good well yay yay for us yay for
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the show what are you gonna take up now
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you virtuoso on the anyway
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- dogmas I am sharing some gains from a
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year-end market volatility John the debt
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market crisis you watched for is about
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Allah quiddity not credit I don't think
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ever said it was about credit remember
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long term although now I believe dis
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last graph and the last thing he says he
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writes and could we noticed this from
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him he writes in code ISM code it may
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not even be meant for us
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remember long-term capital couldn't sell
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Treasuries in their crisis December was
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a no buyers market for debt and not
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because borrowers were defaulting last
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graph says Excelsior he will be missed
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Wow we dive at dawn read three really
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this paralyzed at night Excelsior he
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should have I was trying to think who
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died recently or what the connection
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would be with I don't know what this
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so is that a spider-man thing I hope not
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that's not a guy this guy's not a guy
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that uses spider-man reference well the
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says goodbye Stan Lee excelsior you will
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he's got excelsior with an exclamation
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mark he will be miss that could be just
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a tribute to Stan Lee well let's put
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let's cut this out of the show because
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I'd like to spry what's five Hirshman
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damn yes okay well it could have a
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well maybe is baby new him I don't know
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I met Stan Lee once onward to the
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sir ray Jacobson 300 $33.33 sir since
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jobs jobs and jobs that's karma the
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Joshua Smith comes in from Port Orchard
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Washington over $333 we got a few
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Smith family's donating an executive
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33rd birthday please give our family a D
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there's a family was it that the Haram
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heart transplant after like three days
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she's running and jumping around as a
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young baby but I mean young you know I
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can you know it's three two unbelievable
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how good they are with this stuff
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yes a big health harmony you've got
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karma that I am very surprised by well
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very good so I remember when the first
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heart transplant actually took place it
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was in South Africa if I'm not mistaken
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was it South Africa yeah oh my god this
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South African doctor that didn't want it
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doesn't have anything for she has no
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down to associate executive producer
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beginning with Jonathan Keegan in
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Charlotte ville Charlotte sorry nutshell
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two two two two two two it's been way
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know the limit is three but if possible
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it's kind of three I would like to
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this is actually sounds like it's gonna
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a goat Karma I read these things right
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after thing Nicole read doctor Kiki
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science thanks yeah and then the goat
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cover I've got information man new shit
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already very good
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you've got harmless yeah I'd like fun
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sequence I enjoy when somebody comes
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over something like that it's very
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always it's just funny it's creative
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it's create its creative Michael Oh
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Miele in Rye New York 2:21 been a
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regular listener since John was a guest
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on grime Erica this guy was after our
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cross promotion this success and this is
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my first donation when I'm currently a
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resident of Ontario I'm originally in
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New York or so my donation is an
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American currency you guys deserve it
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I thought it only appropriate to wait to
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was eliminated by my company and my
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first human resource will be joining us
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in office 48 hours happened only six
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weeks ago and since then my former boss
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is already resigned and I was asked back
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to work as a freelance that happened to
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me at MTV that was great and I charged
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twice as much yeah but you don't have
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any benefits no it's true I guess they
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are missing the millions of dollars and
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60 percent increase in sales I generated
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last year yeah you think but since my
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work visa was already voided I'm an
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unemployment limbo on my new paper
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workers process to pass the time I'm
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left to enjoy both your podcast in my
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former company's self-destruction from
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well a little Carmen goat screaming too
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much to ask for the excellent work no
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it's not too much to ask for so-and-so
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he's now technically he's overstayed his
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visa well yeah overstayed his work
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permit I don't know about his visa oh
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okay all right
1:21:05
those canned in a V ins man coming here
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messing it up taking an American jobs
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I wonder what he does he's a direct
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marketing email marketer you know he's
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really good maybe you could give me a
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tip yes Mike oh thank you very much and
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of course we have a little goat
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go karma for you no problem you've got I
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do like to pass the tips back and forth
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because it's kind of a community of
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marketeers somebody came here with this
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idea of they say they noticed this 'not
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on it might be a gambit to trick the
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filters on the email and so I tried it I
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didn't a B it what's the dis last email
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was the one before and it didn't do
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anything it pretty much was a fail as an
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a/b switch except for the fact that all
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the I have about five or six people that
1:21:55
send me a note routinely telling me
1:21:57
where the email showed up in the Gmail
1:21:59
yeah this is something you want so
1:22:01
seriously it can it appear it ended up
1:22:02
there half the time you can't figure out
1:22:04
why but at least you know you know what
1:22:06
what I find interesting something I've
1:22:07
noticed recently I don't know if you
1:22:09
know I don't think you've done it
1:22:10
there's some field in email I just
1:22:13
haven't looked into it but you can put
1:22:16
something in there that will show up in
1:22:19
your email client if you have like you
1:22:21
know preview one or two lines it'll show
1:22:24
up in those in that first or second line
1:22:26
first two lines but it's not actually in
1:22:28
the body of the email yeah there's a
1:22:30
number of these I didn't the one you're
1:22:32
talking about is that is the preview
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text which is available and is used by
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MailChimp so it's not really it's
1:22:38
expected to use it I use it it's always
1:22:41
interesting because well yeah anyway the
1:22:44
test I did was using two dashes before
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the subject line so I say read this note
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so you'd have read this notice as a and
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B and the a B test would be - - read
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this note because he's convinced this
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was going on there's something I tested
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it it didn't have zero effect except
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everybody who was on my list of people
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that report back to me
1:23:09
coincidentally seemed to have gotten the
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- - and all of those were thrown into
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promotions yeah makes sense but it
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wasn't shown it did not show up as the
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a/b so I think it's meaningless I
1:23:21
wouldn't do it anymore is one thing it
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doesn't sound like a good practice so I
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wish with we were just finishing up with
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oh me Lee or we should search Johnny the
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swamp Knight
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that's where we are we're Allen's serger
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Johnny from Washington DC - OH - pale
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crackpot and buzzkill please keep up the
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might be up to with the spare time
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it looks like Polly would ransom note
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written from the perspective of Trump
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about how he has kidnapped the
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government's promise yeah it's a picture
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of this stuff like this yeah that's
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that's like news newsletter worthy maybe
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totally I mean I want to see it
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everyone seems antsy around these parts
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but booze sales seem better than ever
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yeah I'll bet no bet I would humbly
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request jobs coming for my sanity and
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the health cover for my dad who was
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recovering from heart surgery loving
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life yes you got it jobs jobs and jobs
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let's vote for job karma Stevens knew L
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i think is part of the Murphysboro tex
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hub knit $200 there's a lot of people
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down there it's actually astonishing I'm
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driving to work the next 35 years so I
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would prefer y'all keep streaming until
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this dream on
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o the donation is a disease listen to it
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on the stream my striving to work most
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people these days this doesn't even
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download the show you just hit play and
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it starts to stream it live you know the
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whole don't mechanism of podcasting it's
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kind of outdated really organizational
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part of it the donation is brought to
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you in part because I was looking
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through Instagram the other day and
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before I knew it I had placed two
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hundred dollars worth of underwear in a
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shopping cart they got me but thanks for
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thank you very much saved again from
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sure Tim of the tunnels in ye Tahu ye
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Tahu yet I think $200 Hawaii first off
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damn those puppies damn them to Hades
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okay now that that's out of the way
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here's my guy had a couple dogs in the
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newsletter that's all that puppies sad
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puppies here's my first donation for
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2019 can I please get a D douching
1:26:19
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hopefully those pathetic pooches have a
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similar effect on others and for those
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heartless bastards that still don't
1:26:30
donate what is wrong with you nor Jen is
1:26:34
one of the few voices in the wilderness
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helping you keep your amygdala to a
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manageable size douchebags the la dia I
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call them out as such any wants a douche
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bag okay that's my Tyree can I please
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get a goat foamer and karma for all Oh a
1:26:52
goat Fromer
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yes I think we have just a regular
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former no we need some goats you've got
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David Boswell in Georgetown Texas $200
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will be our last associate executive
1:27:16
producer I sent encouragement no sad
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puppies to you both I wish you well
1:27:21
deserve karma keep trusting in value for
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value people also looking forward to the
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Austin Meetup
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[Music]
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he signs off as the boss
1:28:01
the buzz and he needs some karma to I
1:28:03
believe that you've got karma
1:28:07
outstanding well that was a good showing
1:28:12
run to thank all these executive and
1:28:13
associate executive producers for really
1:28:15
carrying the show today
1:28:16
yeah thank you and these credits are
1:28:18
real credits their valuable credits you
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can use them anywhere credits as as in
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production credits are recognized and
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appreciated which I think we do it a
1:28:28
little bit more because we actually
1:28:29
thank the producers the in every single
1:28:32
show go ahead and yeah look good Laurie
1:28:36
drops his little notes at the end of
1:28:37
certain shows by himself and you get you
1:28:40
know one frame that you have to stop
1:28:41
that's one guy who can do that yeah
1:28:44
exactly we we honor our producers but
1:28:47
also our our peerage here as well so
1:28:49
thank you all and we'll be thanking more
1:28:51
people $50 and above in our second
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segment and yes we will be back on
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Thursday with another breakdown of
1:28:56
whatever is happening between these two
1:28:58
shows and of course today is a Sunday
1:28:59
anything that happened on a show day so
1:29:02
supporters for that and remember us at
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to Iraq
1:29:10
that formula is this we go out for your
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people in the mouth
1:29:16
[Applause]
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[Music]
1:29:30
so my uh my interest in 5g has been has
1:29:35
been Reaper a little bit perked up a
1:29:38
little okay and well there's a couple of
1:29:41
reasons why I probably wouldn't even
1:29:43
gotten this far into it if two things
1:29:45
hadn't happened the first being your
1:29:49
actual deep platforming from a
1:29:51
publishing platform gnome was known as a
1:29:53
PC Magazine which initially was thought
1:29:57
that you were just unceremoniously let
1:30:00
go after 30 years over 35 years of
1:30:03
relationship just via email like yeah
1:30:07
you know yelled coot we don't care about
1:30:09
you anyway that was kind of the thinking
1:30:11
except the article the last column you
1:30:14
wrote but actually wasn't the last
1:30:16
column was a couple columns earlier do
1:30:19
which makes it even more egregious so
1:30:21
please explain what happened cuz it
1:30:22
happened to you and I'm just
1:30:23
paraphrasing yeah I had wrote a column
1:30:25
and then a couple I did a few weeks went
1:30:28
by and then I got fired put on hiatus
1:30:32
lat formed he platform dive got deep
1:30:35
platformed and nobody says anything they
1:30:37
never communicated with me and then I
1:30:41
noticed just coincidentally cuz I was
1:30:43
downloading somebody will call him
1:30:44
consolidate them in a book that this one
1:30:48
column was missing and was replaced by
1:30:50
another column by somebody else about
1:30:52
the same topic except it was that my
1:30:56
column was talking about the problems
1:30:58
that 5g may may have in the future
1:31:00
because there's a lot of people digging
1:31:02
up health concerns uh-huh and the other
1:31:05
column was just no 5 G's great yes and
1:31:09
so I got suspicious made me very
1:31:12
suspicious so I over the weekend a very
1:31:17
odd video came out and it was a it was
1:31:22
kind of sandwiched in between some other
1:31:24
typical info war stuff in a single
1:31:26
YouTube video and it was a production
1:31:28
meeting with the seed man send your seed
1:31:32
man Alex Jones
1:31:34
and I think I could hear one of the
1:31:36
producers who I know is in the meeting
1:31:38
maybe maybe one other guys just voices
1:31:40
but it's kind of at first it was hard to
1:31:43
believe like is this really production
1:31:45
meeting it sounds just like Jones sounds
1:31:47
when he's talking on the air but then I
1:31:49
compared it to what he how he's talking
1:31:51
today on the air and he's I mean he's
1:31:53
unlistenable unwatchable he's just he's
1:31:55
so insane mate mostly so I'm listening
1:32:00
to this and it was about the movie Bird
1:32:01
box are you familiar with this movie the
1:32:04
Sandra Bullock movie there's a lot of
1:32:07
jet chatter on the trades and online
1:32:12
about this movie I didn't I have not
1:32:14
jumped into this - no it would anything
1:32:17
about what's what is the chatter I don't
1:32:19
what is the chatter on the trace just
1:32:21
minor chatter about this movie I wasn't
1:32:25
paying enough attention to tell you
1:32:27
anything
1:32:27
so I I'd seen it I'd heard about it I
1:32:30
think I'd seen some chatter it's like I
1:32:32
look good no this is something I'm not
1:32:34
interested in at all there you go that
1:32:36
was me yeah you know why it looked like
1:32:38
a stressful movie like you sit there
1:32:40
just gonna be stressed about Sandra
1:32:42
Bullock and the kids and don't look and
1:32:44
you're gonna die and so we hadn't
1:32:46
watched this but that wasn't gonna
1:32:48
swatch this movie no I and I did movie
1:32:50
that that shouts out to me don't watch
1:32:53
this movie now it is I saw in the
1:33:00
credits I think it was like it was
1:33:02
award-winning directors that is
1:33:03
beautifully shot there's no doubt about
1:33:05
how well it's made and now sandy Bullock
1:33:08
we got to say that in Austin sandy she
1:33:12
yeah she's executive producer on the on
1:33:14
the movie and now so it look great but
1:33:17
actually yeah just like you said it's
1:33:19
like something I just look stressful I
1:33:21
don't need to see this you know on the
1:33:23
river and a rowboat and the rapid it's
1:33:25
not kids screaming I don't like it so
1:33:27
then I'm listening to this and it's just
1:33:29
a black screen as Jones is talking in
1:33:32
this production meeting and then they do
1:33:33
switch to other visuals so it's clearly
1:33:35
produced afterwards but it pulled about
1:33:37
a minute and a half from it everybody
1:33:39
kept talking about this quote stupid
1:33:41
movie Sandra Bullock word box bird box
1:33:43
and no one knowing what it was about and
1:33:45
icesat-2 this morning on the elliptical
1:33:47
started watching it 10 minutes into it
1:33:48
was well they call it dumb and silly
1:33:51
it's all designed for a sequel and
1:33:53
before I even finished the movie I went
1:33:57
and did it
1:33:57
guess what the synopsis was I even told
1:34:01
Pat Riley a simulator
1:34:02
no it's cell phones that have gone in
1:34:05
and triggered people but but it's a
1:34:07
political manipulation the brain like
1:34:10
the person's following a map with the
1:34:11
Pokemon game to kill themselves but what
1:34:13
do you do once the power grid goes down
1:34:15
a certain percentage of people are gonna
1:34:17
end up being killers and crazy only
1:34:19
half-cooked
1:34:20
believing what the program cleanse the
1:34:22
earth and that's like how do you know
1:34:24
that's the movie because fucking know
1:34:25
the enemy's operations and they're
1:34:27
saying it all to our face man dude dude
1:34:31
we gotta go to the microfilm to find the
1:34:33
Baltimore Sun 1999 they did a DARPA
1:34:37
article admitting they were testing cell
1:34:39
phones to calm the public cellphone tars
1:34:40
now I'm visit attempts for us at
1:34:43
burtenbach so mister radiation oh when
1:34:48
you mentioned it I'm like that totally
1:34:50
makes it shows everybody's on them and
1:34:58
it shows the phone rings that's like the
1:34:59
trigger yeah your symbol where's the
1:35:01
phone it's everywhere it's the stephane
1:35:02
gene all right so this goes on for quite
1:35:06
a while
1:35:06
but it was a very interesting point
1:35:08
because we've looked into the dangers of
1:35:10
5g and what could what's there and I'll
1:35:13
get to that in a second but what he was
1:35:15
saying and so I watched the movie after
1:35:16
I heard his entire theory about this is
1:35:18
a metaphor and as you know because he's
1:35:22
seen the documents the elites always
1:35:24
like to tell you what they're doing it
1:35:26
has something to do with Beelzebub and
1:35:28
the devil and you know they have to tell
1:35:30
you what must come out but they have to
1:35:32
tell you exactly what they're doing the
1:35:34
truth has to come out and so when you
1:35:36
look at the movie and so spoiler alert
1:35:38
if you look at this movie through after
1:35:41
having heard this about the 5g it does
1:35:44
indeed seem that people who are on their
1:35:48
phone a lot in the movie are the first
1:35:50
ones to go once they see this invisible
1:35:54
thing and then they want to kill
1:35:55
themselves and they immediately start
1:35:57
suicide it becomes interesting in the
1:36:01
context of 5g when you think about the
1:36:05
grid that is going to be built
1:36:07
throughout all our cities that you know
1:36:11
in these high frequencies I think
1:36:13
they're talking about over 45 gigahertz
1:36:15
for the u.s. those frequencies can't
1:36:19
actually hurt you I'm a licensed amateur
1:36:21
professional I love saying that licensed
1:36:23
amateur radio professional they do know
1:36:25
a little bit about radio frequency you
1:36:27
know it as well John it can burn I can't
1:36:29
know there is hazard I've had high
1:36:31
frequency like a hundred Watts around me
1:36:33
I'm like I don't feel very good turn off
1:36:35
the transmitter something's wrong with
1:36:36
the antenna or not just too close
1:36:38
interestingly these microwaves do you
1:36:40
know with where they penetrate the
1:36:42
fastest on the human body you talking
1:36:47
about this particular frequency yeah ya
1:36:48
know what the testicles and the area
1:36:52
under the eyes the soft skin under the
1:36:55
eyes so the what Jones is saying is that
1:36:58
it's a metaphor for the future where we
1:37:00
will and it's not that the towers
1:37:02
themselves end up looking like Jamie
1:37:04
Raskin yes and it's not the towers
1:37:07
themselves
1:37:08
it's the handset because you're looking
1:37:10
at the handset and you're effectively
1:37:12
radiating right into you the soft part
1:37:14
of your of your skull the eyes and he
1:37:18
says it's like a binary thing so you
1:37:20
have your phone your phone is mushed
1:37:22
your brain and then when the 5g signal
1:37:25
cloud comes over then you start to
1:37:28
commit suicide so in light of that
1:37:31
theory let's go back to May which I
1:37:35
think when did when did you write the
1:37:36
article the the article about 5g do you
1:37:39
remember oh I don't know I don't
1:37:41
remember I think was October so I was
1:37:45
that was pretty recent yeah it was
1:37:47
recent it was written when it was I
1:37:49
fired I don't remember Ike maybe we said
1:37:50
I think what for those after this I
1:37:52
could look it up but it's after this
1:37:53
summer well I went back and just pulled
1:37:55
a random report about the dangers of 5g
1:37:58
interestingly if you're looking for a
1:38:00
mainstream m5m report about any dangers
1:38:04
of 5g you're not gonna find it you're
1:38:06
gonna find it months ago so this is the
1:38:09
most recent one I could find
1:38:10
that was from a mainstream as tons of
1:38:13
videos and and testimony of people
1:38:15
saying it's dangerous but this is a
1:38:17
mainstream report this is CBS this
1:38:18
morning from May 2nd at a lab in New
1:38:22
York Verizon invited us to meet some of
1:38:24
the entrepreneurs developing tools to
1:38:26
run on the next generation of wireless
1:38:28
technology
1:38:29
how important is 5g to your mission a
1:38:33
5-trey is extremely important Jonathan
1:38:36
Reeves demonstrated his product or Visio
1:38:39
as you move around the object stays
1:38:41
fixed in space look at that by the way
1:38:44
you'll love this report because it's the
1:38:46
dangerous kind of sandwiched in between
1:38:48
all this fantastic stuff that we don't
1:38:51
need at all he's walking around a 3d
1:38:54
object thanks 5g I've got 3d Lemmon ope
1:38:58
that's amazing allowing users in
1:39:00
different locations to interact with 3d
1:39:03
images projected through a lens today we
1:39:05
do we can do this using Wi-Fi technology
1:39:08
and we can do it using landline
1:39:09
technology but of course you're then
1:39:11
tied to particular locations with 5g now
1:39:14
we can begin to extend this so we can
1:39:16
actually speak into to start doing this
1:39:17
on building sites we can start doing it
1:39:19
on the factory floor so this guy is
1:39:21
actually saying we need this desperately
1:39:24
so that we can have augmented and
1:39:26
virtual reality on building sites sounds
1:39:29
priority to me chief so it really opens
1:39:31
up a whole new world but before this
1:39:34
world can become reality this one needs
1:39:38
to change
1:39:39
5g requires the installation of new
1:39:41
equipment across the u.s. so this pole
1:39:44
here is 5g this is the future right here
1:39:46
you got it every wireless company is
1:39:48
working to build its own 5g network
1:39:50
Melissa our nolde leads 18 T's efforts
1:39:53
if you don't already have one of these
1:39:55
in your neighborhood she says 5g uses
1:40:01
high frequency waves that support faster
1:40:03
speeds but don't travel as far as
1:40:06
current wireless frequencies so instead
1:40:08
of relying on large cell phone towers
1:40:10
spread far apart they need small cell
1:40:13
sites that are much closer together
1:40:15
we're gonna use our existing at the
1:40:16
structure today whether it's light poles
1:40:18
whether it's street lights we're going
1:40:20
to make sure that we don't make it a
1:40:22
truce
1:40:22
to our customers to the citizens yet
1:40:25
some don't share the enthusiasm the cell
1:40:27
towers are called small cell towers but
1:40:30
they're not so small when they're in
1:40:31
your front yard
1:40:32
Donna Barron is protesting plans to
1:40:34
convert light poles in her Montgomery
1:40:36
County Maryland neighborhood in the
1:40:37
small cell sites this will cause cancer
1:40:40
she was one of several people who raised
1:40:43
health concerns at a government hearing
1:40:44
last month the stuff is untested on kids
1:40:47
their safety is not certain these
1:40:49
untested technologies are at this time
1:40:51
not ready to be unleashed into our lives
1:40:55
cell phone equipment emits radiation but
1:40:57
research on its health effects has been
1:40:59
inconsistent according to the National
1:41:01
Cancer Institute a limited number of
1:41:03
studies have shown some evidence of
1:41:05
statistical association of cell phone
1:41:07
use and brain tumor risks but most
1:41:10
studies have found no association our
1:41:12
nolde insist her workers are focused on
1:41:15
safety pointing out they live and work
1:41:17
near this equipment - do you have any 5g
1:41:20
antenna in your neighborhood yet no it's
1:41:26
coming soon so I'm guessing from that
1:41:28
reaction then you're you're very
1:41:29
comfortable with it rolling out in your
1:41:31
neck of the woods
1:41:32
absolutely wireless carriers have
1:41:35
announced plans to roll out 5g service
1:41:37
to a handful of cities later this year
1:41:39
but don't get too excited to really take
1:41:41
advantage you'll need a 5g enabled
1:41:43
device which probably won't be available
1:41:46
until next year so our current phones
1:41:49
aren't 5g ready they're not fighting
1:41:50
ready the pole outside your house might
1:41:52
be 5g ready but your phone is not gonna
1:41:55
have to upgrade yes exactly gonna have
1:41:57
to upgrade that's what it's about
1:41:58
so knowing that this and we've talked
1:42:02
about this 5g is at this point touted by
1:42:06
everybody in Silicon Valley as as we
1:42:10
cannot live without 5g life to date yet
1:42:14
I'll tell you what everyone is using
1:42:17
this as an excuse in either their Ponzi
1:42:19
scheme or their failing business model
1:42:21
two examples
1:42:22
uber uber tried to raise a couple
1:42:26
another billion dollars about a year ago
1:42:28
we talked about it with their uber drone
1:42:30
the flying car oh yeah it's great of
1:42:33
course no one buys in that bullshit so
1:42:35
that didn't
1:42:36
and then I'm sorry we killed people with
1:42:39
our with our with our experiments so
1:42:41
yeah once we have 5g Oh it'll be great
1:42:46
we'll know within milliseconds there's
1:42:48
no jitter no no-one flood there's no Wow
1:42:52
and flutter it'll be perfect the cars
1:42:55
will talk to each other
1:42:56
we'll have smart cities well let buses
1:42:59
without drivers it's gonna be fantastic
1:43:01
and who who is saying negative things
1:43:05
about 5g he was doing it when 4G came
1:43:09
out is Alex Jones who was the first
1:43:12
company to deep platform Alex Jones
1:43:17
Apple Apple and why because Tim Cook
1:43:21
knows that that is the only way he's
1:43:23
going to save his company he needs
1:43:25
everybody to upgrade to the next iPhone
1:43:27
with the 5g radios and there's a real
1:43:30
race on and now so keyd platforms it was
1:43:34
very odd it was out of left field has
1:43:36
nothing to do with what Jones is saying
1:43:38
except what he's saying about 5g we
1:43:41
cannot have that they're railroading it
1:43:44
through PC Magazine who I'm pretty sure
1:43:47
is just taking money from Silicon Valley
1:43:49
companies whether it's an advertising or
1:43:51
not I'm sure it's very plausible that
1:43:55
someone went you know 5g is it real it's
1:43:58
a really interesting thing now we need
1:44:01
to have this and we really can't have
1:44:03
any negativity around it right now and
1:44:05
that's why you get reports like this
1:44:07
from the Millennials when it comes to 5g
1:44:10
right after CES the latest on 5g and I
1:44:14
guess the question would be that here's
1:44:16
the setup boom is there a catch there is
1:44:20
just a small one it might kill you good
1:44:22
well a few days ago actually a group of
1:44:25
scientists doctors environmental
1:44:27
organizers and concerned citizens got
1:44:29
together and they called for the urgent
1:44:31
stop to the deployment of 5g they said
1:44:33
that it's been proven harmful to human
1:44:36
bodies that this is an experiment on
1:44:38
humanity and that this should be called
1:44:40
a crime under international law let's
1:44:42
talk about today's technology what we
1:44:43
have going on today your phone is
1:44:45
constantly sending electro Matic
1:44:47
magnetic fields in and out of each
1:44:49
whether or not you're receiving a
1:44:50
notification right now all of our
1:44:52
digital tech sends this data back and
1:44:55
forth right using these invisible
1:44:57
microwave radiation signal signals aka
1:45:00
radiofrequency radiation that's today's
1:45:02
tech we have every cell tower every
1:45:04
router constantly pulsing with radiation
1:45:07
whether or not you're using it science
1:45:09
shows that this causes DNA damage cancer
1:45:12
among other things but don't take my
1:45:13
word for it and that's just with 4G
1:45:15
that's just with today's technology
1:45:17
before we got the 5g right now you've
1:45:19
got some of it but exactly if 4G is
1:45:21
already doing some of this
1:45:24
how much more potentially dangerous will
1:45:27
5g be and why well here's what's really
1:45:30
dangerous about 5g I mean it's being
1:45:31
sold to us a super-awesome you know your
1:45:33
toaster can talk to your door lock it
1:45:35
could talk to your self-driving car like
1:45:37
you have a thermostat in your home that
1:45:39
knows when you're home you have these
1:45:41
smart homes like it just really sold to
1:45:43
us as being awesome the downside is that
1:45:45
with this rollout it will be impossible
1:45:47
to exist in a city or to walk outside
1:45:50
without being exposed there's going to
1:45:52
be a cell tower in front of every few
1:45:54
houses and this means that your personal
1:45:56
choice is whether or not you personally
1:45:57
use a cell phone or hold it 10 inches
1:46:00
away from your head that cannot escape
1:46:01
you from your radiation exposure so
1:46:04
don't go looking for this on CBS or NBC
1:46:06
yeah Rick Sanchez you're listening to
1:46:10
Artie that was Artie yeah of course yeah
1:46:13
there was our team but I happen to agree
1:46:15
now I think that reporting should be
1:46:19
more generalized so there's one last
1:46:21
thing to look at this this tariffs and
1:46:25
ZTE this may not be just about tariffs
1:46:30
there is a real race going on for who
1:46:32
was going to build out and really
1:46:35
utilize the 5g network first and who I
1:46:38
mean China according to sources as in
1:46:42
isn't is investing 400 billion dollars
1:46:45
in 5g in fact when Verizon bought their
1:46:50
spectrum for what's of like seven
1:46:51
billion dollars there was almost no
1:46:53
haggling you know why the Chinese lent
1:46:56
them the money
1:46:57
so are we now going to have Chinese
1:47:00
Huawei and ZTE devices every you know
1:47:04
150 yards are that all is gonna be in
1:47:07
every single phone radiating us I mean
1:47:09
it could either be a spy grid issue
1:47:12
could be a cybersecurity issue any one
1:47:14
way of stopping it or yeah what if the
1:47:17
Chinese just flip a switch and fry all
1:47:19
our brains well the thing I'd like to
1:47:22
know the the little devices that are you
1:47:25
know they've been showing they outside
1:47:27
of England there's a bunch of poles and
1:47:28
they're testing yeah and so you get
1:47:31
these little transmitters at the top of
1:47:33
each of these poles it's a little 5g
1:47:35
transmitter that it'll go very far they
1:47:37
won't they can barely penetrate I just
1:47:39
talking to somebody I can't even go
1:47:40
through a wall really they can't really
1:47:42
go through a wall but they can if you're
1:47:44
really amp up the power yep and I wonder
1:47:48
what the variation of the power is on
1:47:50
these things because the the device that
1:47:53
is used by the by the military
1:47:56
these millimeter wave devices is used by
1:47:58
the military is that skin burning yes
1:48:01
they fry you from a distance yes big
1:48:05
antenna and then they just send these
1:48:06
beams at you and then it feels like
1:48:07
you're on fire yeah that's because going