Cover for No Agenda Show 1110: Kremlin Crush
February 7th, 2019 • 2h 49m

1110: Kremlin Crush

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she's alive Adam curry John C. Dvorak
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this is your award-winning nation media
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assassination episode this is no agenda
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[Music]
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curry from northern Silicon Valley where
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I am now self-identifying as an American
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Indian I'm John Sita Bora now you can
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see the point is you're supposed to do
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that
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on your entrance to things not not when
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you're exiting everything that is truly
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one of the most beautiful stories of of
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the week Elizabeth Warren somebody
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digging up an old form that American
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Indian as race what a hit job Roger
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stone no it's now stones out of
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commission there's people who've learned
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from him though yeah must be
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if you don't know we're talking about
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Elizabeth Warren who we actually called
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Pocahontas years before Donald Trump so
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we had to stop doing it yeah we so on
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top of the DNA tests on top of
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everything yeah I actually have a have
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her apology and do you have anything you
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want to play from a couple of clips but
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but you know one of the things I was
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thinking about before I play these clips
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is that she was born and raised in
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Oklahoma where there's a lot of people
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believe that their Cherokee or some
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other you know Oklahoman tribe is their
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ancestry sure so I decided to look her
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up look up look her up for her cuz this
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is possible that somebody's told her
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this and yes because that's her story
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Indian look you're not the hygiene this
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is exactly what's in my clip so I'll
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play this as a that you can hear her
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apology which is exactly this before you
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do let me just continue okay so I went
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and looked of all oral high school
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pictures
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to see what she looked like in high
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school to see if she looked anything
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like an American and he may be you know
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just a little bit of somewhat you know
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the cheekbones anything mm-hmm
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no not even close she's actually
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gorgeous as a high school girl very
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attractive and then she started taking
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very slowly evolved that certain kind of
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looked at liberal women somehow Gatos
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kind of a kind of a weird smile she did
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she always have the short hair no no she
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had a variety yes yes I think that's
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what it is it's the really it's the
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short hair the bob that's that's kind of
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the trademark well we all you mean once
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you turn liberal which is the one where
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she's looks the most like the snotty
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liberal that you run into these girls
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are know-it-alls
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and yes you've got all of a sudden has
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developed kind of a doing way to people
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how to have maybe more sports or
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inclined she has that that John Elway
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smile which is like this forest kind of
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oval smile which is very classic and she
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knew he came from Stanford oh yes she's
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got a kind of a bob and the hair was
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long earlier and then she got just look
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about her well but but none of it was
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Indian but what you just said gives me
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an out for her she can be on the
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Wheaties box she looks like a sports
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star you looking at her pictures no no
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she's got the smile of a guy Mike's
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probably included her cuz she I do have
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the same I think it's within these two
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clips I have but play yours we'll see
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where we go okay this is from Fox News
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where they broke away to get some to get
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specific questions about this latest
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controversy where she hand wrote her her
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race is American Indian on her Texas bar
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applica our application prompter by the
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way this is I think it's Shep Shep Smith
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and this was Dec who sent me this clip
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you can hear at the beginning this is
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something you don't hear often but this
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is very typical of television where
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they're coming out of the break and the
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teleprompter has not yet put up the text
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and so I think this is Shep Smith he's
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going prompter prompter prompter
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Elizabeth Warren here that yeah I love
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those moments Elizabeth Warren is
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speaking about her history of claiming
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Cherokee Indian heritage on applications
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and otherwise the most recent
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application for the Texas bar wherein
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she herself wrote exactly that as
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witnessed here Warren started speaking
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during the commercial break so we DVR'd
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it for you and we'll play it from where
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we began recording listen why did you
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miss your self as an American on this
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Texas bar you've used this part of your
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background to get ahead and are you
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saying that this is something you
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fundamentally believed about yourself or
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how do you respond to that criticism
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that this was a knowing attempt to get
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ahead by using that claim of ancestry is
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a claim that has been fully investigated
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and it has now been completely that
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nothing about my background
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ever had anything to do with any job I
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got in any place it's been fully
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documented
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there's no evidence any kind of others
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anymore are there any more documents or
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any more forms like this austerity that
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you have listed yourself as I grew up
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believing with my brothers this is our
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family story yes it's the story but I
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think she's lying when she says that
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it's been documented and investigated
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that she never had a nobody cares
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nobody's documented investigated a
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writer you're right what am I even
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thinking but listen to the big boys
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talking about this and I have the two
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CBS in this case the negress is effort
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by the way CBS version and it's about
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how she's actually rewritten I this is
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very worth very much worth whatever I
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don't know what kind of phrase I'm
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trying to come up with they're using
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valuable airtime it's worth it I take
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your word for it
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the senator from Massachusetts
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apologized today after a decades-old
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document surface that shows Warren
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declared herself to be an American
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Indian Nancy Cordes has more on this I'm
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not a tribal citizen and I should have
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been more just more mindful of the
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distinction Massachusetts senator
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Elizabeth Warren apologized today for
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listing American Indian as her race
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after being accepted to the Texas Bar
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Association in 1986 this is who I grew
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up believing with my brothers this is
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our family story but family stories are
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not the same as tribal citizenship and
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this is why I have apologized
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Warren launched a presidential
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exploratory committee in December I'm in
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this fight all the way but she's been
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dogged by her decision decades ago to
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list herself as Native American at the
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University of Pennsylvania and Harvard
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University and drew fire from Cherokee
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tribal leaders
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last year when she tried to put the
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issue behind her with a highly
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publicized DNA test followed very
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closely this is a rewrite she's
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rewriting history the fact was when she
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had her DNA test it turned out that
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there were no real Native American
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genomes anything that they can compared
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her to and they had to use South of
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South American huh
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markers and so she the best she could do
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is have a couple of ticks off the box
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I'm some South American tribe or the
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Incas or who knows what they were
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talking about or I don't know but now
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she's making it sound as though oh wait
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a minute yeah you have so you get you
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definitely the who were this recording
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come from we never heard this before
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some bogus recording of a guy tell me we
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did yes no no no no yes we most
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definitely did this was like it was a
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either her husband's brother it was some
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some family relation and he worked at
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the DNA company and he's not I don't
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think he's even qualified to analyze it
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and he's the one that got on the phone
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and that hokey video they did and and
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hold on here's the his that bit again
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and drew fire from Cherokee tribal
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leaders last year when she tried to put
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the issue behind her with a highly
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publicized
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DNA test I love the facts suggests
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that's the best part
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definitely and suggests work together
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fact-check Falls well anyway so she got
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herself in a heap of trouble here and
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then now she's rewriting it to make it
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sound as if if it wasn't for those damn
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Cherokee tribal leaders yes who don't
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recognize her who don't recognize her
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she'd be good to go yes when his
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bullcrap
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but anyway so let's oh she's in it this
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is a problem for her but she might be
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able to they maybe you know blow over
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and she can still maybe take a shot at
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things but I don't think so but let's
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play part two or they kind of just put
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some icing on this cake the chair of the
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Republican National Committee filed a
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grievance with the Texas bar today
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saying attorney Warren should be
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disciplined for lying in blood but many
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Democrats argue the real controversy is
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the president's ongoing racial
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insensitivity when talking about Warren
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Warren insisted today that she wasn't
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seeking special treatment when she
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listed herself as Native American and
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that she was never hired because of it
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but it could complicate her next job
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application because Jeff she is set to
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formally launch her bid for the
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presidency in just four days and she's
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really going to go through with the
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announcement it really seems like she's
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gonna try just ignore this well she made
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a huge mistake when she didn't run
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against Hillary or take them take them I
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mean she would have won I mean
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everybody's doing it here I've paid
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careful attention to people like me me a
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lifelong Republican it was she was all
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in to vote for Elizabeth what does Mimi
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think of Liz now she thinks she's a big
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phony
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okay dodged the bullet XV yeah she would
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have gotten anything done cause she's a
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big talker and no big talk no action
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woman well but we're in this situation
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by the way I want to mention that CBS
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managed to turn it on Trump somehow well
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of course what else is new but we're in
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this interesting situation and I'm
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referring specifically to Virginia where
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yeah we
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Scott has become so easy to discredit
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almost anybody based upon what they've
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done in the past and you know thanks
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internet thanks storage you know thanks
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to scanners that's the technology thanks
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to technology really the only person you
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can elect for elective office has yet to
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be the biggest dud
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ever well what's you take a look so we
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have this the governor who appeared in
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blackface but then he said no that
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wasn't me I did do blackface once at a
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Michael Jackson a dance contest which I
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have to say coming from the Netherlands
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I remember in the late 70s early 80s
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when Michael Jackson just just when he
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still had the the afro there were tons
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of dance competitions at schools and
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there was always some kid who would be
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you know in blackface with the with the
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big fro wig and would dance their ass
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off and we'd be like oh my god it's just
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like Michael Jackson and you know now of
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course I have you know all kinds of
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privilege but at the time it didn't seem
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like anyone you know just seemed like
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there was less inflammatory I don't know
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of course we had black kids there was
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the Netherlands you know we had black
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kids and we still still have the black
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Petes you know there's some you got to
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put some context into it blackface the
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Al Jolson blackface minstrel show is
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very different than emulating Michael
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Jackson or any black person for that
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reason which is why Jimmy Kimmel and
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Fallon are very quiet right now you
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haven't heard them made a lot of jokes
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about Ralph Northam in Virginia because
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there's tons of video of them doing
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skits in blackface yeah I wouldn't be
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surprised why I do have the rundown on
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this situation the latest which included
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the third guy now are these hit jobs too
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or is this just I mean where's this
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coming from
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I don't know but the punch line this has
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got a punch line to it's a little longer
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for a clip but it's I believe it's from
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CBS and it has all the up-to-date
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information i hey every time I was
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clipping this all during the week it's
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like it's oh god they got a new guy
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another third guy
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reclip hilarious Virginia mess first it
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was the governor then the lieutenant
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governor now the state attorney general
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the top three leaders in the state all
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Democrats all facing deep controversy
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the latest is Attorney General Mark
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herring who admitted today that he once
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wore blackface at a college party ed
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O'Keefe has more on the chaos in the
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Commonwealth Virginia Democratic
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lawmakers were in no mood to discuss the
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latest scandal to Rock Richmond Attorney
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General Mark herring admitting that he
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also once dressed in blackface
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has an undergraduate in 1980 he said in
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a statement he and friends went to a
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party as rappers we dressed up and put
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on wigs and brown makeup he added I have
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a glaring example from my past that I
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have thought about with deep regret in
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the many years since when word reached
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the State House there were audible gasps
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and expletives from staffers some
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lawmakers hung their heads in disbelief
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and this from the head of the Virginia
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legislative Black Caucus Lamont Bagby
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like I said we're not praying enough the
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scandal rocking it all the way up to
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Washington today's bombshell comes just
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days after Haring called for governor
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Ralph Northam to resign over a racist
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photo including a man in blackface that
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was discovered on his medical school
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yearbook page I am NOT either of the
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people in that photo after that news
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conference herring had said it is no
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longer possible for the governor to lead
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Virginia Northam remains out of sight as
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he contemplates his political future
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he's meeting with black leaders and may
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hire a private investigator to prove
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it's not him in the photo then there's
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lieutenant governor just in Fairfax on
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now where's al Sharpton where's where's
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Rover now he'll be around I mean what
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all this guy has to do is pay off Rev Al
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and then Reverend I will bless him and
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you know hug and it'll be a big press
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conference it'll be good to go but I
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don't think Reverend Al's not here
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suddenly or maybe maybe these guys don't
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know how it works it may hire a private
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investigator to prove it's not him in
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the photo then
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lieutenant-governor Justin fairfax who's
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facing an allegation of sexual assault
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during the Democratic National
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Convention in 2004 today his accuser
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Vanessa Tyson put out a lengthy
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statement saying she's a Democrat and is
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sharing her story with tremendous
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anguish she says she had gone to Fairfax
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his hotel room to retrieve documents and
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that after consensual kissing mr.
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Fairfax forced him to perform oral sex
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on him Fairfax has repeatedly denied the
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allegation and responded today saying
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reading dr. Tyson's account is painful I
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have never done anything like what she
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suggests as all three men consider their
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next steps
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Virginia's line of succession states
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that if Northam steps down Fairfax would
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take over then herring and next in line
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Republican Kirk Cox Speaker of the House
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or the jewel there it is one seat
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majority twist worthy of the movies the
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race for that one seat and it is David
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Yancey and was decided when the name of
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the Republican winner was pulled out of
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a ceramic bowl what what is sort of
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ceramic bowl huffed is it wasn't a white
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bowl it was a surrett it was a bowl with
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the date they ended up with a tie at the
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end of the legislative session for who's
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gonna Democrat a Republican whoever wins
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and it was a it was a tie a perfect tie
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they would pick the name out of a bowl
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and it was the Republican so the
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Republicans a guy by one vote who gets
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to be the next governor if they live all
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these guys fall apart this was possible
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but I'm so this was a porcelain bowl
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ceramic oh I thought tiles ceramic bowls
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because that that has the implications
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of a toilet well done good reporting
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okay so now this does ceramic balls
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system this does give a a different
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slant if we now after these three guys
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are annihilated now the a Republican
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could wind up governor this is a move
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yes fantastic great move oh man
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yeah the
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this this morning some someone on
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Twitter which is I think something a
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phrase I use a lot someone on Twitter
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it would just forgot tweeted out a clip
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of the view from 2016 Joy Behar
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defending this 2016 now defending her
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costume was she dressed up as an African
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American the New York Times they had an
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op-ed piece in praise of naturally curly
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hair they say that it's making a
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comeback which I've always had curly
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statement picture now I know
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I was soaked you're in the circle 29 it
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was a Halloween party I went as a
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beautiful African woman oh yes that is
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me did you have tanning lotion on I had
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makeup that was a little bit that's my
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actual hand love it though do you hear
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the obsession with well it was just
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makeup a little darker wasn't really
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blackface and my hair is really curly I
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didn't I didn't do anything wrong
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wow that's a great clip it's kind of I
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like to have seen that clip cuz you'd
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have to know him if Whoopi was under the
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ocean you know she was not sadly you
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know broke up with Ted Danson for
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showing up in blackface once when they
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were I forgot about that you jeez so
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what'd be would have gone off on her oh
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man but you know it the end is not near
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because now the New York Times even I
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wrote a reason those op-ed but an
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article how Mary Poppins is racist what
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yes Mary Poppins is racist because nanny
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amix was at Nanny McPhee
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I don't know the story oh it's a
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beautiful story and it's coming back I
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know that when they go down the chimney
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there her face gets covered in soot but
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instead of wiping it off she gamely I'm
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reading from the article she gamely
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powders her nose and cheeks even blacker
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then she leads the children on a dancing
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exploration of London rooftops with Dick
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Van Dyke sooty chimney sweep Bert so and
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this is quite a still dilled show
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they're talking about yeah well yes the
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new one does she come down a black fish
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in the new movie I don't know I haven't
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I haven't seen it I did even out I don't
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know I haven't seen the new movie
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she doesn't but even but come on forget
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if it's forget if it's a well I'm gonna
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but I'm just gonna take decide that if
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you're gonna call everybody out for
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doing this no of course there is new now
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fifty years ago a hundred years ago
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whenever including blacks who did it
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most of the minstrel shows the blacks
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had to put on blackface
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just because they did be darker which
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really revealed in a recent Broadway
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play with which documented all this this
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era it's like you got a year they're all
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in or you're all out
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that's why I think the black Piet thing
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is gonna be done for let me see I'm
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looking at this article the black Piet
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thing is never gonna be done for the
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Dutch won't allow it put up with a lot
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it's gonna turn out that black Piet is
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contributing to global warming well
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there's that
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global warming yeah sad this point in
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history we've but is quite funny for our
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show is dynamite yes super horse to me
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show it's great it's gotta be laughing
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yes exactly I would like to stay with
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the candidates for 2020 for a moment and
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I'll start that with the jingle
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see gather
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anything but Haggard
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[Music]
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that's Tom Sweeny
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right here in Austin s'more jingle than
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her political career will be I'm afraid
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it's kind of kind of over to who
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for Tulsi Gabbard oh yeah poor Tulsi so
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now NBC came out I think we may have
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discussed this on Sunday and had a
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report from new knowledge the
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austin-based company that wrote the
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bullcrap report for the Intelligence
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Committee which no one references that
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anymore
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no one says hey by the way these a-holes
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who then subsequently got deep platform
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from Facebook because they were using
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the same Russian tactics they reported
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on to the congressional the Senate
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committee they use the same tactics in
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the special election in Alabama they got
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deep platform for it but yet these guys
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somehow are now credible to say we see
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websites in BOTS tweeting about Tulsi
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Gabbard looks like the Russians are on
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her side week she's gotta be she can't
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take seriously she's Putin's puppet
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Putin's puppet if the hijab couldn't get
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any better David Duke just endorsed her
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I mean come on to be working for the
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other side of course he is
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can you imagine you okay Dave here's who
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we want you to endorse just of kiss of
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death endorsement company yeah kiss of
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death endorsement company is that an
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acronym we can use codec I like it codec
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codec the kiss of death endorsement
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company well luckily we have a Democrat
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liberal Glenn Greenwald to push back on
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this and here he is and he actually he
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he did something that I've never really
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heard him say or this actually I don't
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think I've ever heard him
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make this at this kind of accusation
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when it comes to a political fracas
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they claimed in a screaming headline
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that predictably went viral that she was
26:06
the Kremlin's favorite candidate one of
26:08
the reporters who wrote the story
26:10
tweeted which they the Kremlin has a
26:12
crush on Tulsi Gabbard something that if
26:16
it were about a democratic favorite
26:17
would even denounce not just as
26:19
adolescent but also sexist yes and of
26:21
course this is all part of the broader
26:23
context where the Democratic Party has
26:24
this maniacal obsession with Russia if
26:28
you try and debate anything with them
26:30
about the war in Syria or the ongoing
26:33
viability of NATO or troops in
26:35
Afghanistan they just start babbling
26:37
about the Kremlin and Vladimir Putin in
26:39
accusing you of being a Russian agent
26:41
and it's like some kind of like neuro
26:42
malfunction or or a mania at this point
26:45
and what's amazing he's doing this to
26:47
Tulsi Gabbard she was a democratic star
26:50
just four years ago when she was first
26:51
elected MSNBC said the first Asian woman
26:54
elected to the Democratic to the Senate
26:57
to the house in US history she's an Iraq
26:59
war veteran on the fast track to fame
27:01
they made her a vice chairwoman of the
27:04
Democratic National Committee and now
27:05
suddenly they're smearing her as an
27:08
asset of the Kremlin using extremely
27:12
dubious journalistic tactics for which
27:14
NBC has become notorious on behalf of
27:17
both the CIA and the DNC I've never
27:21
heard Glenn green Glen Glen Greenwald
27:23
accused that and linked it to the CIA
27:26
that's kind of a first for him I like
27:28
that yeah well he wrote a long article
27:31
on this and the intercept that yeah yeah
27:33
just condemned but to hold all this
27:37
practice of they was just trying to
27:39
destroy Tulsi Gabbard in in the article
27:42
he did not mention he doesn't have the
27:43
background on new knowledge that's the
27:46
part that he's missing he's missing that
27:48
these got these were the guys that wrote
27:49
the report that was heralded by
27:51
everybody did slam new knowledge in his
27:55
article okay well yes but I think why I
27:59
thought he could have expands a little
28:00
more I have a second he was on Tucker
28:04
actually from his hideout in Brazil at
28:06
the second clip about the neo-cons
28:09
moving from
28:11
the right to the left I thought was just
28:13
worth worth taking along here in 2014
28:16
and you can go google this there's an
28:18
article in The New York Times are not
28:19
bad by someone who has tried tracked
28:22
neo-cons for a long time saying that it
28:24
was clear that there was rising
28:25
isolationism and anti-war sentiment in
28:28
the Republican Party and neo-cons were
28:30
therefore migrating back to the
28:32
Democrats especially an excitement over
28:34
the prospect that Hillary Clinton would
28:36
be the nominee for president in 2016 and
28:38
that she essentially has a neocon
28:40
foreign policy she supported the war in
28:42
Iraq she supported regime change in
28:44
Libya she was highly critical of Obama
28:47
for not doing more in Libya for not
28:50
arming anti-russian factions in Ukraine
28:53
they love Hillary Clinton and they were
28:54
migrating back to the Democratic Party
28:56
so Democrats have become reunited with
28:59
neo-cons so anyone who deviates from the
29:01
neocon agenda whether on the left or on
29:04
the right instantly gets accused of
29:07
being an asset or a stooge of the
29:10
Kremlin and that's what they did in NBC
29:12
in this case relied on a firm that just
29:13
got caught six weeks ago fabricating
29:16
Russia data they got kicked off Facebook
29:18
for doing it and that was NBC's leading
29:21
quote expert for claiming that chatter
29:24
shows that the Kremlin is now favoring
29:26
toasty Gaza there you go
29:28
you still missin a port part yeah you
29:33
know the funny thing if you don't
29:34
realize that the neo-cons all these war
29:37
mongers that took over the Bush
29:41
administration the guy that wolf
29:43
Wolfowitz was the World Bank it's a
29:46
whole bunch of them and they're all
29:48
identifiable i'm john bolton how about
29:50
that john bolton yeah they're making
29:53
some headway into the trump
29:55
administration not on a white trumpet
29:56
yeah we do know because they're all
29:58
involved in weird sex shit that they
30:00
can't talk about oh that could be
30:01
whatever the case they they were
30:03
originally Liberal Democrats from the
30:08
sixties the sixties style Liberal
30:10
Democrat which does involve often from
30:12
that era the pre-aids are a lot of kinky
30:15
sex
30:16
so they revolve and they've some of the
30:19
Democrat Party get didn't want these
30:20
guys and so they all became Republicans
30:22
the party thing was a non-issue to them
30:26
they just wanted to write because have
30:29
our create war take over the world they
30:31
wrote papers about it you can read about
30:33
American new century I think is one of
30:35
them a project for a new American
30:37
Century up right yeah that which is the
30:39
Teaneck which is the document that said
30:42
we need a new Pearl Harbor maybe someone
30:44
could fly an airplane into with the
30:46
world trade tower legend said that
30:49
specifically but that's what they were
30:50
hinting at came pretty damn close so
30:56
yeah that's good they should be out of
31:00
they should form their own party who
31:05
knew it neo-cons neocon party Oh sounds
31:11
like a winner you know I bet you I bet
31:17
you someone could twist that and make
31:19
people buy it I think I think it's
31:21
doable some pretty a little bit of
31:24
Bearnaise sauce on there and you're good
31:26
to go it just takes a lot of Bernays
31:28
before we get to the State of the Union
31:30
which you do need to talk about I'd like
31:33
to preface it with a couple of short
31:36
clips from
31:37
pod save the privileged I'm sorry pod
31:40
save America which is Alea this is your
31:42
new beat yeah yeah I've been listening
31:44
some podcasts and getting some stuff so
31:45
these are the positive America very very
31:48
successful podcast although I think
31:51
they're doing some weird stuff because
31:53
they don't have a show every day and and
31:56
they had a show before the state of the
31:58
day before the State of the Union didn't
32:00
have one
32:01
the day after didn't have one today
32:02
instead doing these shows on the road
32:04
and so they can't record you know that
32:08
they can only record when they're on
32:09
stage too hard but they're making a lot
32:12
of money I mean doing these theater
32:13
shows I mean that's that's a bank
32:16
thank for them but you know and you can
32:18
hear they're kind of tired over like
32:19
okay we're gonna travel here travel
32:22
there that's really their of their main
32:24
income although although I do have we
32:27
can decide if we want to play it I do
32:29
have one of their live reads but we'll
32:31
start off this is pre the State of the
32:33
Union from pod save the privilege is
32:35
what I call them now and you know
32:38
they're former speech writers for Obama
32:40
two of them and so they start talking
32:43
about speech writing and you know and I
32:45
I don't know anything about speech
32:47
writing I know that Obama had some great
32:50
jokes he he could deliver Humpty Dumpty
32:53
and it would sound great but these guys
32:55
kind of take all the credit for that but
32:58
they also like to slam Trump's writer in
33:02
advance of anything and here it is
33:06
Stephen Miller is such a bad writer
33:08
offend you guys as former well I made a
33:11
speechwriter he's someone that can't
33:13
even put together a sentence is writing
33:14
these things I mean it's hard to get
33:16
past the racism with Stephen Miller
33:18
that's upfront so you don't usually get
33:21
to the fact that even if he weren't so
33:24
racist his writing would be really bad I
33:26
was just a bad writer right look if
33:28
there were if there were if this was a
33:30
normal Republican president Stephen
33:31
Miller would have applied to be speech
33:33
writer and his would not have made it
33:34
out of the first pile because there
33:36
would've been a pile of better speeches
33:37
and then they'd been like oh who was oh
33:40
that racist guy yeah yeah well we didn't
33:42
even get to that when we were we were
33:43
redefining his speeches
33:44
George Bush's policies horrendous
33:47
horrendous policies Michael Gerson
33:49
pretty good speechwriter
33:50
yeah great speaker choosing greatness is
33:52
like a bad motivational speaker you
33:54
might hear at halftime of a high school
33:56
football game that is the theme I don't
34:00
know much about writers but well I don't
34:02
know much about high school football
34:03
games except that was in high school
34:05
once and I don't remember any
34:06
motivational speaker coming out and
34:08
giving us a big pep talk what school
34:11
these guys go to I'm sure some
34:13
privileged preppy school I don't know
34:16
but I just thought you know if you're a
34:18
writer is that how you talk about other
34:19
writers I guess you know I guess really
34:25
the sleaze balls that do that there's a
34:27
lot of them yeah well they're on this
34:29
show
34:30
they they lord it over everybody they've
34:32
just condemned the other riders that are
34:34
complete condemned the competition is
34:35
what it amounts to and that is what it's
34:39
a fact that they dare that in public
34:40
cause is usually always behind the scene
34:42
yeah that's kind of weak that's beast
34:45
beyond weak that is very lame yeah and
34:47
it is extremely douchey these guys are
34:50
douchebags
34:52
wait for it so now they're going to talk
34:56
about the Democratic answer the counters
35:00
state of the union by Stacey Abrams yeah
35:06
the one who lost they bring her out just
35:09
the best they can do well listen to the
35:11
hagiography they perform on her the
35:14
Democrats have chosen former Georgia
35:16
House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams to
35:18
deliver the response to trump guys how
35:20
tough is this job what do you think of
35:22
the decision and what do you want to
35:24
hear from Stacey Abrams
35:25
I think it's an inspired choice Sam she
35:28
is one of the most exciting candidates
35:31
who ran last cycle unfortunately she did
35:33
not win but that doesn't mean she
35:34
doesn't have a bright future in the
35:35
party great choice and she's brilliant
35:37
we love Stacey Abrams you know I would
35:39
say it is a it is a very very tough job
35:41
to do this the speech that she gave on
35:44
election night and then the follow-up
35:47
speech she gave when she refused to
35:49
concede when she accepted the results
35:50
that refused to concede were two of the
35:52
best speeches I've heard from a
35:52
democratic politician in years she's
35:55
brilliant she also just wrote this
35:56
really fantastic piece in foreign policy
36:00
magazine about places it is brilliant
36:01
and III defies you're going to be seen I
36:04
defy someone to find a politician who
36:06
writes in that kind of academic style so
36:09
brilliantly in either party yeah in
36:11
politics today actually you know what I
36:13
appreciate about it is actually it
36:15
reminds me also it reminds me of you
36:18
know she's not writing it to make a case
36:20
for herself as a candidate she's saying
36:21
here's what I believe here's a kind of
36:23
politics I ascribe to that will guide me
36:25
in the future and it reminds me also if
36:26
so a lot of the early writing of
36:28
Elizabeth Warren that was not geared
36:30
around helping her win but just sort of
36:31
laying out an ideological case for a
36:33
kind of economic politics and this was
36:35
laying out an ideological case for a
36:37
kind of identity politics that she just
36:40
defended and in a really thoughtful and
36:43
smart way
36:43
she's so inspiring she's just the best
36:46
writer ever you should read this piece
36:49
if you have an informed policy magazine
36:51
it's about identity politics and how
36:53
it's good and it brings us together it's
36:55
it's it's like whoa their foreign
36:58
policies the magazine you read if you
37:00
want to see what to see the Council on
37:02
Foreign Relations is up to what they're
37:03
trying to push hmm well maybe that's why
37:07
she's there
37:08
maybe she it seems like she's being
37:09
pushed cuz when I looked after the State
37:11
of the Union I saw yeah of course after
37:15
the after the Democratic response
37:18
yeah like AHA she's a rising star she's
37:21
great yeah Chuck Schumer wants her to
37:23
run for Senate it's like okay that's
37:27
fine
37:27
well I watched her I don't know what the
37:31
fuss is about no I didn't read her
37:34
material and I by the way which I which
37:36
I doubt she wrote by the way tell me she
37:40
wasn't on green screen she was talking I
37:47
didn't watch her live and I was watching
37:48
on a small on the top oh you've got to
37:51
see it it's no it's so it's so pathetic
37:54
they had good they had I think well
37:58
here's what happened they had her in a
37:59
in a room and it did have a I don't
38:03
think it was a green background of his a
38:05
background and it just felt really dead
38:08
and so they said oh we got to put some
38:09
people behind her and had this b-roll
38:10
footage and they keyed her on top of it
38:13
because it wasn't green screen the key
38:15
the outline of her her hair her whatever
38:20
she was wearing or jacket or sweater it
38:23
was you could see it I mean I've been
38:24
around television long enough this break
38:26
is superimposed and it's just like yeah
38:29
par for the course you phonies couldn't
38:32
even get a crowd in to have her do this
38:34
speech was which is about her and her
38:37
family and her dad and yeah I guess it
38:41
was inspired but what yeah inspired by
38:45
Hannah hook it into me or I'm I'm
38:47
inspirational and then I think we can
38:50
play this the pot save the privilege
38:53
boys go from all this hoity-toity nough
38:55
straight into a NAD+ Americans
38:57
by Oatley Oatley is the vegan
38:59
plant-based oat milk originally from
39:01
Sweden now available in the u.s. sound
39:03
like they're really into this product
39:06
ringing of insincerity weight gets
39:09
better because they're gonna try and
39:11
play it off as well listen to this here
39:13
we go
39:13
actually this is really an ad for the
39:15
crooked media ad department because look
39:16
at Oatley they invent oat milk in the
39:18
90s and managed to make more than enough
39:19
of it to keep Swedes happy for 25 years
39:22
they bring their nice little oat milk to
39:23
the US run some ads on the pot and boom
39:25
they get cleaned out they probably
39:27
thought running it out in the pod would
39:28
make their lives better you know just to
39:29
introduce a few Americans to oat milk
39:31
but it made their lives a lot worse now
39:33
they have to build a bunch of oat milk
39:34
factories just to keep up with the
39:36
demand I bet they didn't think this
39:37
would happen monsters this is a boring
39:40
story and there's three people that host
39:42
this show in Los Angeles who is Tom
39:45
Oates stories hey there's someone on the
39:47
there's somebody how do you see how this
39:49
is going off the rails these guys they
39:51
can't do it they have to make fun of it
39:54
they can't take it seriously they can't
39:55
bring themselves to actually read the ad
39:58
and just try and sell the product they
40:01
have to sneak in there and all kinds of
40:04
little nuances that they I mean they
40:06
have to do this but we're really above
40:08
it you see on the wire there's been some
40:10
wires cross because I don't see any name
40:12
here and I hear somebody else oak based
40:14
editor the point is we are taking 100%
40:16
of the credit for making Oatley famous
40:18
and their lives measure meaningfulness
40:19
of course there's a slight chance that
40:21
only taste so good that people just like
40:23
to buy a lot of it people like Tommy or
40:25
that it's sustainable in people like
40:27
that because they're interested in
40:28
having a planet to live on in the future
40:29
I think we should just take the credit
40:31
okay yeah it's all us
40:32
alright what was the name of the product
40:34
John the oatmeal my point exactly
40:39
oat ly that's right pod saved the
40:42
priviledge talkin nut milk good work
40:45
boys
40:47
well you think one of them would have at
40:49
you me if they had it there and they
40:51
could all drink it and see what they
40:53
think of it cuz they probably wouldn't
40:55
like it uh I'm sorry that we had that
40:59
you have to do this I don't have to but
41:03
I kind of feel good about doing it as
41:06
well it's an odd way and I like
41:08
listening to their show it's like it
41:10
just wow
41:12
alright these guys definitely think
41:14
differently than me differently
41:17
different different ideas it's okay
41:19
that's what's good different ideas it's
41:21
all good that's slam writers uh that guy
41:24
can't write okay write can't write maybe
41:28
they just talk about podcasting for a
41:30
second before we go in the state of the
41:31
union caste I mean go podcasting till
41:35
confirmed Spotify acquired gimlet media
41:42
and anchor and they now will be folded
41:45
into the Spotify business mm-hmm and I
41:50
went back and reviewed we actually have
41:52
two proposals that we received one from
41:55
Spotify one from Pandora and I gotta
41:59
tell you this we can't do this we can
42:02
never go to one of these outfits because
42:04
when I read between the lines and this
42:06
is more from my own experience and
42:09
public knowledge not necessarily
42:10
something that they sent me you've been
42:12
taken already is that it's going to be
42:17
these podcasts will no longer be
42:20
playable anywhere but on Spotify Spotify
42:24
app which is not necessarily a bad thing
42:26
but if you don't pay you will be getting
42:31
ads and there's a sufficient suspicion
42:35
that you'll be getting ads even if you
42:37
are paying because they really have to
42:39
recoup this investment and yeah you've
42:42
got people on the service and using it
42:45
but I think a lot of people will you
42:47
know continue with the the free which is
42:49
what the bulk of their listeners are is
42:51
free and that's based on advertising and
42:53
you won't be able to skip past the ads
42:56
which is another thing that's going to
42:58
be better either complicated
43:00
but just the fact that all of their
43:01
deals surround some type of advertising
43:04
makes our show impossible for that this
43:06
can't happen wouldn't be a show well why
43:12
don't we put together something special
43:14
for them no that's not our show it's we
43:16
still do our show and they will do the
43:18
spotify version um no I'm not I can't I
43:20
can't bring myself to do tell me man
43:26
wait is it that cool stuff from Sweden I
43:28
keep hearing about
43:29
yeah I was it was really good as we say
43:33
in Sweden nutmilk
43:35
yes could I maybe we could do it
43:39
actually wasn't that bad I think we
43:42
could so can we conclude this executive
43:45
meeting yeah it's a dud it's it's not
43:51
for us but however there is I did find a
43:53
service which I'll be talking about
43:55
somewhere down the road finally did what
43:57
I've been looking for they have a
44:00
blanket license for all music yeah yes
44:04
and you can but it's not about streaming
44:06
cuz you know if I do it like the daily
44:08
source code if I brought that back which
44:09
I would really like to I'm not so
44:11
worried about you know a couple hundred
44:12
people listening while I do it live on
44:14
the stream but these guys have it so you
44:17
can download it put it on your phone
44:20
listen to it wherever you are no ads and
44:25
of course you have to pay for it but
44:27
it's you know this is the pricing I
44:29
think is what's interesting what they're
44:30
doing you think you have to pay like a
44:34
minimum of $2.99 a month to subscribe to
44:38
a channel that has whatever music is in
44:40
it no matter how many shows are in there
44:42
and and all the royalties for the
44:45
artists are paid out of that and the
44:47
rest goes to the as they call create or
44:49
but here's the cool thing you can put
44:51
any amount you want and the creator
44:53
himself can say here's the minimum
44:54
amount so it's kind of like a
44:56
monetization platform all in one the way
44:59
you can actually play music which is the
45:00
only thing I've been wanting to do for
45:02
10 years longer than that 15 years
45:07
so for daily source code there's some
45:09
opportunities and also not including
45:10
advertising I just can't do it I've
45:12
listened to these pods save the
45:14
privileged guys I I can't I can't do it
45:16
I can't do it seriously anymore
45:18
I used to well you're condemning them
45:20
because they can't do it I'm condemning
45:23
them because they're not taking it
45:24
seriously and they're just you know
45:26
they're so embarrassed by it even trying
45:29
they're not even trying really you know
45:31
they tried to write a little skit it's
45:32
just lame now but that's all because
45:35
they can't be writers big the segment's
45:40
closed good work so we'll stay here but
45:43
we do need your help so we can continue
45:47
to do things like what were you doing
45:51
you're looking at Elizabeth Warren's
45:55
that's value for value right there you
45:59
made my podcasting partner go look at
46:01
Liz Warren pictures danger pay I say
46:05
danger pay isn't as in order well we can
46:08
start off talking about this the State
46:12
of the Union speech with NBC's in this
46:17
case it was compilation that they did
46:21
write off this is MSNBC take on so to
46:24
blaming bite and it's kind of an
46:26
interesting an interesting little tidbit
46:29
they took the State of the Union speech
46:31
and instead of analyzing no no no
46:33
they're gonna take the State of the
46:35
Union speech and then put some old trunk
46:37
material in there where he's been
46:38
slamming somebody little more state of
46:41
the union's slamming somebody slamming
46:43
slamming slamming stir and then they're
46:44
going ah he's a horrible person yeah I
46:52
think these guys are so stupid that they
46:55
allow they have all the Trump Slams of
46:58
Biden and it it's like they're
47:02
condemning Trump for slamming biting but
47:05
at the same time they're letting all
47:06
this anti bite and propaganda go over
47:09
the air even though they're supposedly
47:11
mocking it I'm wondering whether they
47:13
hate biting and they're doing this on
47:14
purpose and letting Trump ticked it's
47:16
like you know well this guy said this
47:18
and you play a clip of him even though
47:20
it's
47:20
you think you know John what I think is
47:23
happening right now is there so many
47:25
contenders potentially for the 2020
47:28
United States election which is just
47:29
ridiculous that we're gonna I refuse to
47:32
talk about it for the next two years but
47:33
okay we'll have to do something all
47:36
these different stations are all
47:38
different fractions CNN is choosing
47:41
their people M NBC NBC News is choosing
47:44
their people in it and they're doing it
47:46
too well first of all the kind of
47:48
vetting you know who has access to money
47:50
so the one who's kind of quiet right now
47:53
is bet oh hey but he showed up on Oprah
47:56
I know Oprah's own Network and he said
47:59
I'll let something know by the end of
48:01
the month you know he's doing the rounds
48:02
and and the the media outlets are just
48:06
seeing okay who really has the
48:08
capability to spend a lot of money
48:10
advertising with us and they promote
48:12
them yeah and they probably exactly what
48:15
it is and they of course the big-money
48:16
person who will come in late in the game
48:19
because she's learned her lesson is not
48:21
to not to commit too early yeah and that
48:23
is Hillary but let's just listen to this
48:25
little bit here it's pretty funny this
48:27
is the time to rekindle the bonds of
48:29
love and loyalty and memory that link us
48:33
together as citizens as neighbors as
48:37
Patriots you are a rude terrible person
48:40
that's okay I know you're not thinking
48:42
you never do they call her Pocahontas
48:44
very low IQ
48:47
hello like you this is our future our
48:50
fate and our choice to make a life we
48:55
call him one percent Biden until Obama
48:58
took him off the trash if he couldn't do
49:00
anything now he's talking about right I
49:01
think she's very bad for our country I
49:03
am asking you to choose greatness
49:06
no matter the trials we face no matter
49:11
the challenge is to come that hair is
49:13
getting whiter and whiter and he's
49:15
getting crazier in praise we must go
49:17
forward together thank you for the
49:21
brilliant people on my team who put that
49:22
together that's this at all I don't
49:24
really have anything to add the proper
49:26
unity set all those things so it's do as
49:29
I say not do as I do and if that moment
49:31
during last night's address theme
49:32
sanctimonious consider what Trump told a
49:35
group of TV anchors that have private
49:36
lunch literally hours before from Peter
49:39
Baker in the New York Times he writes
49:40
quote mr. Trump dismissed former Vice
49:42
President Joe Biden is dumb called
49:45
Senator Chuck Schumer of New York and
49:46
nasty son of a bleep and mocked Governor
49:49
Ralph Northam of Virginia who he said
49:51
choked like a dog at a news conference
49:53
where he tried to explain erase this
49:55
yearbook photo that's according to
49:57
multiple people in the room joining us
49:58
is a reporter with that too Peter Baker
50:00
New York Times chief White House
50:01
correspondent Peter Baker there's some
50:04
things that you read about him that are
50:06
amazing and it wasn't joke like a dog
50:07
and son of a bleep that was amazing what
50:10
was amazing is that they tried to spin
50:11
the anchors that there was going to be
50:13
some grace note in this speech that he
50:14
was going to talk about unity that to me
50:16
was the big whopper lie of the night
50:19
well it's one thing to try to turn a
50:21
corner to pivot away from some of the
50:24
division that there has been out there
50:25
and try to in effect set a new tone of
50:28
bipartisanship or unity but to have just
50:31
a few hours earlier a lunch like this
50:32
where you make clear that that's not
50:35
really what's in your head in your heart
50:37
that moment you know it's pretty
50:38
striking I think you're right in his
50:41
heart here's what else came out of his
50:43
mouth he said he hoped he would get to
50:44
run against Biden I hope it's Biden
50:46
Biden was never very smart he was a
50:48
terrible student his ghasts are
50:50
unbelievable when I say something that
50:52
you might think is a guy it's on purpose
50:54
it's not a gas when Biden says something
50:56
dumb it's because he's
50:59
yeah they do not want Biden to run
51:02
that's for sure
51:03
yeah I think that's not protecting him
51:06
at all you know then this is
51:08
what's-her-face Nicole Wallace who
51:11
usually who worked for she was
51:13
Republican she worked for the
51:14
Republicans she's really just mean she's
51:18
Vidor and bitter and and I think Van
51:21
Jones you know he said the same thing
51:24
that she just did there except he's did
51:26
it in seven seconds that's right I saw
51:29
this as a as a psychotically incoherent
51:32
speech with cookies and dog poop
51:35
I mean you nailed it man just say that
51:39
not sure what it means
51:41
doesn't mean anything cookies and dog
51:43
poop yeah well it was funny to look at
51:47
the numbers that seem to have come out
51:50
of the speech which is a huge positive
51:52
response from the Republicans to the
51:54
tune of 97 percent well yeah
51:56
and 30 percent for the Democrats and 82
51:59
for the independents which is really all
52:00
that can right how much for the
52:02
independence 82 and whose numbers of
52:05
these this came from the sources that is
52:08
a good source and it was Muse I think I
52:11
first saw it on c-span but it was it was
52:15
a decent source speaking of which c-span
52:18
speaking of c-span c-span and they
52:23
started to do all kinds of they made all
52:26
kinds of directorial decisions I had not
52:28
seen before they were cutting to people
52:31
when it was but they were too had shot
52:33
cues they were ready they were tight
52:35
zooms talk about socialism boom there's
52:37
Bernie I mean they had this down you
52:40
don't know that this wasn't a feed that
52:42
were taken from NBC ABC or CBS I don't
52:46
it's a pool so I don't know who was in
52:50
charge of it but it was not as neutral
52:56
as c-span typically is I would take I
52:59
would assume they're taking somebody
53:00
else's feed that's something to change
53:04
their style their style is to put the
53:05
camera up there and leave it there well
53:08
it was a departure from previous state
53:10
of the unions yeah
53:11
at least what I've see and we should
53:13
probably say the state of the union that
53:15
because you sure everyone in the world
53:17
is heard about it because the all
53:19
foreign press just gets up in the
53:21
morning copy-paste and translates in
53:24
English whatever the New York Times or
53:26
was it wop oh whatever they said USA
53:29
Today and then they you know they paste
53:31
that file it has some coffee good to go
53:34
so state of the union is something in
53:36
our constitution where the from time to
53:39
time the President shall update both
53:42
houses of Congress on the State of the
53:45
Union so all of this is just show it
53:51
show and it's also the you know he could
53:54
have quite honestly he said the State of
53:57
the Union is strong it's like well I
54:00
disagree I think we got lots of problems
54:02
I I would have thought of the better
54:03
although Trump would never do that if he
54:05
said we got our issues but we're doing
54:07
okay it's something like that a little
54:11
more funny thing is is that there was a
54:13
good run down I think it was done by The
54:16
Times or the one of the one of the
54:18
papers of the length of of the speeches
54:22
it's very clear when you look at the
54:24
shortest speeches and the longest
54:26
speeches that the shortest speeches are
54:29
always done by Republicans and the
54:32
longest speeches are always done by
54:35
Democrats except Trump falls into the
54:39
Democrat camp having two of the longest
54:41
speech is 82 and 88 minutes right under
54:45
the Brecker breaker which was Bill
54:47
Clinton I think it was 90 minutes this
54:50
thing should have been 45 minutes tops
54:52
it shouldn't have been that there's
54:53
there are some if you look at this that
54:55
this little there's some shorty some
54:57
thirty minute speeches which would be
54:59
just fine we don't need this long
55:02
what is this was his it was a tone I
55:05
liked his tone by the way I thought he
55:07
struck the right tone I think that that
55:10
does matter to heat something about it
55:12
was just right he started off with a lot
55:14
of the heavy breathing he got that under
55:15
control
55:17
the
55:19
it was me it's more like a rally is just
55:21
it didn't have the enthusiasm of a rally
55:23
but had all the same topics and he had
55:26
moments where like when he got
55:27
everywhere all of the house chanting USA
55:30
USA I would have been like all right
55:33
let's go that's what we need everybody
55:35
see ya
55:35
he walked off right there would have
55:38
been perfect all right we have unity
55:40
I've done it we all love USA go USA and
55:44
I'm out that would have been fantastic
55:46
but no then he came back with ripping
55:48
babies from mothers wombs it was a real
55:51
roller coaster well then there's the
55:55
issue of these idiotic white dresses
55:58
well that's that's Nancy's little army
56:02
Nancy's army who's she's signaling to
56:05
like be quiet what the hell was Nancy
56:10
doing with those papers what was in
56:12
those papers that she had the papers
56:22
desk it was really and and she's and I
56:27
think this is just age and on be a just
56:29
but you're in your 80s and you don't
56:31
realize everyone sitting down and we're
56:33
moving on oh crap let me shuffle my
56:34
paper sit down now yeah and then just
56:37
signaling for people to get up for
56:38
people to sit down it was pathetic I
56:42
think it made it really was a disservice
56:44
to these women in my oppose every
56:48
Republican woman who was in the white
56:50
and they were doing high fives and it
56:52
was not Republican silly look like a
56:54
sorority club or something that's very I
56:57
thought it was demeaning to be honest
57:00
about it but they c-span did have a
57:02
little thing at the end where they were
57:04
he had the mic out there and they're at
57:05
desk and everybody would walk by for
57:07
some comments and so they wanted to know
57:09
what this what the point of white was
57:11
why wasn't it red it could have been
57:13
yellow about blue how about green giant
57:16
paw of Washington a Democrat first of
57:19
all the Democratic women were all
57:21
dressed in white for what reason
57:23
it was very powerful and you saw that
57:26
almost all of us were on the Democratic
57:28
side of the chamber there were a couple
57:30
of moments there where President Trump
57:32
mentioned women and the power of women I
57:35
don't think he expected us to take it
57:37
the way we did but we all started
57:38
high-fiving each other and we were very
57:41
happy that the power of women was
57:44
recognized so I would just point out we
57:46
were all on the Democratic side of the
57:47
chamber it seemed a little playful
57:50
though he was playing with you a little
57:51
bit I don't think he really had a choice
57:53
I mean I think we sort of took over the
57:55
floor at that moment and and I think it
57:58
was really about the contributions of
58:00
women to this country and we're very
58:02
proud that we have the most diverse the
58:05
most female Congress that we've seen in
58:08
a long time okay now I'm gonna ask the
58:11
question that you heard what she said
58:13
he asked the question for what reason
58:16
did you wear white well I know what was
58:20
written about this it was to celebrate
58:22
the suffragettes that was rich seemed
58:25
that seemed to be written after the fact
58:27
as an excuse and if you go back and look
58:30
at suffragettes though they were what
58:31
they were a bustle bustle do tell what
58:35
is a bustle it's the thing it makes up
58:37
your hips look like they're huge and
58:40
makes a dress flare way out Oh a bustle
58:43
like you have a corset and then a bustle
58:46
yeah of course it did a bustle well now
58:48
this is again he asked her specifically
58:51
for what reason what did she say did she
58:53
answer that question alone no she did I
58:55
don't know I listened to it a couple of
58:57
times she couldn't answer because nobody
58:58
knows it was a fence a suffragettes as
59:01
far as I'm concerned it was the thing
59:03
that IOC started when she took her oath
59:06
when she was sworn in and she at the
59:09
time said it was representative of the
59:11
suffragettes I think it was an AOC thing
59:13
that Nancy wanted to keep under control
59:15
and she wanted to pull it all towards
59:17
her and and I think the combo of the
59:20
white with the pearls they all had on
59:22
was kind of a fashion no no no there was
59:25
a horrible horrible look I mean I've
59:28
been around fashion like no that's not
59:30
although a o'seas white outfit was
59:32
stunning what a great outfit I like that
59:35
a lot
59:35
that was good she
59:36
she had it was Eilish she's the only
59:38
wild I saw that was a great outfit and I
59:41
love the you those do you see some woman
59:42
like with black on oh boy
59:44
or someone with red no hello State of
59:46
the Union five years ago used to be they
59:50
all came in red you're the power the
59:52
power women dumb that's white thing was
59:56
it was pretty interesting to see it from
59:58
them from the camera angle but it was
59:59
you I don't think it was I think was a
1:00:01
flop well it identified everybody and
1:00:06
it's it was about them well this is
1:00:10
what's interesting is they were all
1:00:11
scowling at all but most were scowling
1:00:14
were not clapping until it was about
1:00:17
them and then they were all jumping up
1:00:19
and down
1:00:19
yeah which is like okay who are you
1:00:23
really there for it was a to me it was a
1:00:27
fun show to watch it was way too long I
1:00:30
mean that and I and I think Trump should
1:00:32
have had the the showmanship to know
1:00:36
when to stop it or he should have
1:00:37
reordered some of these topics and
1:00:39
gotten some other things they just it
1:00:40
the flow was way too roller coaster
1:00:43
there was no no build-up to the end in
1:00:46
that regard it was poor very poor I
1:00:49
didn't think much of it I didn't thought
1:00:51
but I'd never liked any of these now we
1:00:53
did have the guy again back to the
1:00:55
c-span guy I thought this was funny this
1:00:58
Paul Tonko he comes in and he has his he
1:01:02
condemns the this speech for a reason
1:01:05
that was kind of unexpected but I got a
1:01:09
kick out of this of course because it's
1:01:10
somatic for our show what committees are
1:01:13
you on and what are your legislative
1:01:14
goals for this being in the majority no
1:01:17
sure I serve on Energy and Commerce and
1:01:19
I serve on Science Space and Technology
1:01:21
under Energy and Commerce I now have the
1:01:24
chairmanship responsibilities of the
1:01:27
Subcommittee on Environment and climate
1:01:29
change so very distressed that I didn't
1:01:32
hear a word about climate change when
1:01:35
the president talks about national
1:01:37
security the climate change is an
1:01:39
ultimate solution
1:01:41
about international harmony climate
1:01:44
change is a threat to that harmony we
1:01:47
need to address it wait a minute I want
1:01:49
to go back and listen to that again that
1:01:51
was pretty it was pretty stellar huh
1:01:52
climate change is an ultimate solution
1:01:57
sounds very creepy let's go back a
1:02:00
little more out climate change when the
1:02:02
president talks about national security
1:02:04
climate change is an ultimate solution
1:02:07
so national security climate change is
1:02:10
the ultimate solution that's exactly
1:02:12
what he said what what do you think that
1:02:14
means I wonder myself I wish I'd ever
1:02:17
since he said that I've been wondering
1:02:18
whether it would it might mean uh
1:02:21
climate change is the ultimate solution
1:02:24
to national security how does that work
1:02:27
what in what way is it the ultimate
1:02:29
solution solution yeah Nazis is what it
1:02:36
sounds like
1:02:37
yeah Nazis do they have the ultimate
1:02:38
solution creepy when he talks about
1:02:40
international harmony climate change is
1:02:44
a threat to that harmony we need to
1:02:46
address it I will tell you we'll
1:02:48
continue we're going to continue forward
1:02:51
with our advocacy for climate change to
1:02:54
be addressed we're having our first
1:02:55
hearing tomorrow we will show the
1:02:57
American public that we hear the people
1:03:00
we will embrace and respect science we
1:03:03
will understand let them know we
1:03:04
understand the urgency and we will work
1:03:07
very hard to develop solutions based on
1:03:10
science and evidence so we're gonna have
1:03:13
a very aggressive approach there's been
1:03:15
a dry spell for far too long in the
1:03:18
House of Representatives with this issue
1:03:20
not being addressed it impacts great
1:03:23
greatly on our on our economy it impacts
1:03:27
on public great and it's costing us
1:03:29
dearly
1:03:30
yeah well the aoc faction just came out
1:03:34
with a new new version of the new Green
1:03:36
Deal which I haven't had a chance to
1:03:37
review but I will for Sunday so it's
1:03:39
it's it's kind of like the Constitution
1:03:42
you know it's a living document now we
1:03:44
do have the guy saying that the public
1:03:46
is act by all this that we haven't been
1:03:49
discussing it enough I don't know anyone
1:03:51
who's irked by personally but maybe it's
1:03:52
just me
1:03:54
he's just make
1:03:55
this up as he goes along but it but the
1:03:57
truth comes out in the second part of
1:03:59
his clip where he matches really what
1:04:01
this is always gonna be about it's snuck
1:04:04
in there as usual you'll hear it so you
1:04:08
bring a you bring a spotlight to that
1:04:10
issue but if you want legislation a what
1:04:13
kind of legislation or would you aim for
1:04:15
and beat what are you gonna do about the
1:04:17
Senate okay
1:04:19
I think we have support in a in both
1:04:21
houses and I believe there's growing
1:04:23
support based on the public's desire to
1:04:26
have this issue address so I'm confident
1:04:29
we can approach this issue along two
1:04:31
tracks simultaneously one where we
1:04:34
harvest the low-hanging fruit energy
1:04:36
efficiency weatherization conservation
1:04:39
research grid modernization a recharging
1:04:44
stations that are made more accessible
1:04:45
more readily fueling the the cars that
1:04:49
we electrify and then also on a separate
1:04:53
track but when what did he saying
1:04:57
more readily back a little more here a
1:05:00
great modernization grid modernization
1:05:02
whatever that means a recharging
1:05:05
stations that are made more accessible
1:05:07
more readily fueling the the cars that
1:05:11
this is an odd statement to say recharge
1:05:15
stations more readily available to fuel
1:05:17
the cars and we electrify and then
1:05:20
realign a separate track but
1:05:23
simultaneously address a price on carbon
1:05:27
of reduction of carbon pollution we need
1:05:31
to be much more soundly the stewards of
1:05:34
our environment and we need to respect
1:05:36
the generations that will follow us your
1:05:38
district has been affected by industrial
1:05:41
job loss the president seems to have an
1:05:43
industrial policy do you agree with not
1:05:47
always I think he his rhetoric doesn't
1:05:50
match his actions
1:05:53
hmm so the guys have been a Rust Belt
1:05:56
area and I guess this did nobody can get
1:05:59
work because of him and his stupid ideas
1:06:02
but they keep voting to man so what are
1:06:05
you gonna do it's a Democrat bunch of
1:06:06
Democrat Union guys is my guess all
1:06:12
right anyway that's one of the one of
1:06:16
the things that I noticed the climate I
1:06:19
call them the climate change jerk you
1:06:22
want to transition to climate change for
1:06:24
a minute or you want to stick a couple
1:06:27
more of the things I do have a
1:06:28
switchback example that was on the State
1:06:30
of the Union speech done by NBC well we
1:06:32
can't do anything until you call it a
1:06:34
whipsaw I can't remember what they call
1:06:38
it
1:06:42
so tomorrow night the State of the Union
1:06:47
divided with President Trump fighting on
1:06:50
multiple fronts like immigration the
1:06:52
very topic that prompted the first 35
1:06:55
day government shutdown now mr. Trump is
1:06:58
refusing to rule out a second shutdown
1:07:00
unless Democrats fund his border wall
1:07:03
well we're gonna have to see what
1:07:04
happens so let's go over this one he
1:07:10
refuses to rule out a second down we'll
1:07:14
see what happens and he says we'll see
1:07:16
what happens how is that ruling it out
1:07:20
not at all it's not really and I never
1:07:24
heard him you know make up an assertion
1:07:27
I refused to rule out a second no he
1:07:30
never did that and then they have this
1:07:32
lame clip of him saying I mean let me
1:07:36
listen to it again tomorrow night the
1:07:38
State of the Union divided with
1:07:40
President Trump fighting on multiple
1:07:42
fronts like immigration the very topic
1:07:45
that prompted the first 35 day
1:07:47
government shutdown now mr. Trump is
1:07:50
refusing to rule out a second shutdown
1:07:52
unless Democrats fund his border wall
1:07:55
well we're gonna have to see what
1:07:56
happens yeah and it's even more
1:07:58
interesting that you know this is
1:08:00
threatening threatening with a national
1:08:02
emergency that was a question that was
1:08:05
initially asked by a member of the press
1:08:06
and he said I I could do that that's
1:08:08
possibility he never came out and stated
1:08:10
it the press you know hounded him for it
1:08:13
yeah at least that's the only instance I
1:08:16
can recall well I think we've already
1:08:18
isolated what's really gonna happen
1:08:19
which is not a national no it's 10 USC
1:08:22
284 which gives the president this
1:08:24
absolute authority to implement all the
1:08:27
things he's been talking about under the
1:08:28
auspices of stopping drugs and
1:08:31
transnational crime and that's already
1:08:33
law and he doesn't have to get any
1:08:36
appropriation for it he can just go do
1:08:38
it yeah I think that was the one of the
1:08:41
if anyone listens to this show regularly
1:08:44
they'll note that this is one of the
1:08:46
greatest observations that I think we've
1:08:50
ever put out there well that's when I
1:08:52
came up with it let's see if he uses it
1:08:54
he will
1:08:56
is with that guy when this questioning
1:08:57
we could go back and do that segment
1:08:58
again but let's go to the second by the
1:09:00
way there's this was a series of about
1:09:02
four switchback are whipsaws I these are
1:09:06
the only two that were the best and so I
1:09:08
just took these two this is number two
1:09:10
and the president is ramping up his
1:09:12
threats to declare a national emergency
1:09:13
even as some allies urge him not to
1:09:17
how can president Trump strike a
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unifying note at his State of the Union
1:09:20
address with the threat of a national
1:09:22
emergency on the table well the two are
1:09:24
not the same the national emergency if
1:09:26
he were in fact to execute on that
1:09:28
Christine which he has not so far is
1:09:30
because he believes that we have a
1:09:32
crisis on the southern border right man
1:09:35
I missed this one good okay let's start
1:09:38
let me give it another run
1:09:40
Welker says he's ramping up his threats
1:09:45
ah declare a national emergency they
1:09:49
can't even find any sort of a clip that
1:09:51
would see anything to do with this so
1:09:53
they bring in Kellyanne Kellyanne asked
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her an obscure question it's got nothing
1:09:58
to do with anything it's Richard what
1:09:59
she says I don't know what you're
1:10:01
talking about
1:10:01
we're it worse so the point is that they
1:10:04
this is a little more advanced instead
1:10:07
of you exemplifying the the idiotic with
1:10:12
a comet that's got nothing to do with it
1:10:14
by the person that they're accusing of
1:10:17
having something to do with it they
1:10:18
bring in a third party they can't even
1:10:20
get that close I'm gonna play it again
1:10:22
and the president is ramping up his
1:10:24
threats to declare a national emergency
1:10:25
even as some allies urged him not to
1:10:29
how can president Trump strike a
1:10:30
unifying note at his State of the Union
1:10:32
address with the threat of a national
1:10:34
emergency on the table what the two are
1:10:36
not the same the national emergency if
1:10:38
he were in fact to execute on that
1:10:40
Christine which he has not so far is
1:10:42
because he believes that we have a
1:10:44
crisis on the southern border also she
1:10:47
put in there that allies our allies are
1:10:50
urging him not to do this what I didn't
1:10:52
even know the ally allies were urging
1:10:54
this we didn't have an example of that
1:10:56
either they got a Kellyanne Conway who
1:10:58
was an obvious ally she was like
1:11:01
befuddled by the question so he's not
1:11:03
ramping up his threats this is NBC it's
1:11:08
shameful really
1:11:09
the misleading reporting that just never
1:11:12
has which is exactly what Glenn
1:11:14
Greenwald was talking of said at the
1:11:16
beginning of the show that from that
1:11:17
clip of his says these guys are just
1:11:19
hopeless and the Republican wealth Fox
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News I should just say Fox News well
1:11:26
here's an example of Fox News home run
1:11:29
knocked it out of the park
1:11:31
great speech that's pretty much with
1:11:34
everyone that was it that was all home
1:11:38
run knocked it out of the park coach
1:11:40
rockin and rollin and great good and
1:11:43
then they all go off and yell about the
1:11:45
women and white and everything is it is
1:11:47
so harmful to your health and I hope
1:11:53
that a lot of no agenda producers tried
1:11:56
to save some of the family members and
1:11:58
not even let them watch it just just in
1:12:01
these cases it's much healthier to let
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us do that and we've built up some
1:12:05
resistance over the years yeah and our
1:12:08
family in a sense of humor yeah and our
1:12:11
families understand us like no well okay
1:12:16
but thanks to you now I don't mean you
1:12:20
John thanks to the producers of this
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program which is everyone within the
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sound of our voices it's as possible as
1:12:26
if you make it possible for us to do
1:12:29
this just to sit around and and do this
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type of deep dive look for stuff try and
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scan it all to keep your amygdala at a
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small level a small size and and to keep
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your family and professional life calm
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and we have many ways that people
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support the show a lot of it is through
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donations yes sure but there's there's
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clips there's knowledge people send us
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there's artworks but for now as he's got
1:12:56
his drum out it's time to say thank you
1:12:58
for your courage in the morning to you
1:13:00
the man who put the C in Kremlin crush
1:13:02
John see
1:13:03
Dvorak in the morning to you mr. Adam
1:13:07
curry in the morning all ships and see
1:13:09
boots on the ground feeding the air subs
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in the water all the days and nights out
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there in the morning to the trolls in
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the troll room no agenda stream comm is
1:13:18
where you get a nice little priest dream
1:13:19
from void 0 gets everybody in the mood
1:13:22
it's a 24/7 operation so uh tons of
1:13:26
podcast that you can listen to and and
1:13:29
troll them troll people while you're in
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there and sometimes they actually help
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quite well with this show
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couldn't correcting us in real time no
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agenda stream dot-com and in the morning
1:13:40
to mark gee he brought us the artwork
1:13:42
for episode 1109 big senior moment mr.
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Dvorak you and I big senior moment on
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this one but we named the episode
1:13:53
pentacon we named it episode Pentagon
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before yes week before not no not quite
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that bad I think it was and you know and
1:14:07
there was a moment where I thought to
1:14:09
myself you know that's because I I'm
1:14:12
usually the one that goes let's just
1:14:13
look this up just to make sure we
1:14:15
haven't already used this and now I'm
1:14:18
looking for it when did we use that but
1:14:21
we did and people called us on it and I
1:14:23
feel pretty stupid it's felt like well
1:14:25
we should have called it pentacon to
1:14:27
just renamed it well you know once the
1:14:30
the feed is published going back and
1:14:35
changing stuff results in tears is
1:14:37
really not a good thing I'm very sad but
1:14:41
we do want to thank Mark G profusely for
1:14:43
bringing us this artwork this was a
1:14:45
Superbowl related artwork it had our
1:14:47
episode number on it MC i-- x 1 x MC 1x
1:14:52
and it was nice you know you didn't like
1:14:57
it no it's not that I didn't like it
1:14:59
there are other things that but it's
1:15:01
it's a tough call because
1:15:05
yeah we know people will listen to the
1:15:06
show a day after the Superbowl how many
1:15:08
people really give a rat's ass about the
1:15:10
Superbowl but then you look at the
1:15:12
quality of the art and yeah so the
1:15:15
quality arts market is Margie Margie is
1:15:17
pro stuff pro stuff and please take a
1:15:20
look at all the submissions all the
1:15:22
artwork is just beautiful to see No
1:15:23
Agenda art generator calm and we thank
1:15:26
not only mark G but everybody who is
1:15:28
always trying to make art program better
1:15:31
for our album art and it makes a
1:15:32
difference because it does show up in
1:15:35
directories and in hot lists and it's
1:15:37
it's exciting it's like ah but there's
1:15:40
something new because it's just
1:15:42
different artwork it's not you know your
1:15:43
your your vision doesn't get used to
1:15:45
just seeing it or whatever you know like
1:15:48
we're often next to Rachel Maddow it's
1:15:50
just Rachel the same picture of Rachel
1:15:51
we got all kind of like goats we got
1:15:53
superbowl things we got fantastic pieces
1:15:56
artwork because it's exciting and people
1:15:57
click and we appreciate it
1:16:01
it always looks like something new which
1:16:03
it is it is a few people thanked for
1:16:07
sure what 10 11 10 we're next show by
1:16:11
the way is 1111 which is a double lucky
1:16:15
number yes 1111 I mean there's all kinds
1:16:18
of ways you can go I'm trying to push
1:16:20
people to $11 $0.11 the subscription
1:16:23
yeah that would that be a great way to
1:16:24
celebrate this really great way be the
1:16:27
leaven leavens weekly subscription and
1:16:29
also 1111 is what a lot of people seem
1:16:32
to see when they look at digital clocks
1:16:34
oh it's 11:11 a lot of people have this
1:16:37
oh and I see 11:11 all the time yeah
1:16:41
you're supposed to make a wish oh yeah
1:16:43
mm-hmm it comes true it works does
1:16:47
really mm-hmm I'll give it a shot
1:16:49
okay super funk $33 so I got into a
1:16:55
email back and forth with and ended up
1:16:57
blocking him okay you blocked a night
1:17:05
what well he first he sends me this I
1:17:09
think it was a reddit exchange where
1:17:11
they can somebody of course you know
1:17:12
this we don't look at these pages but
1:17:14
then I don't like seeing I'm I don't go
1:17:16
to their those pages because I find them
1:17:18
to be
1:17:18
just a bunch of dirtbags that are making
1:17:21
comments where they don't know what
1:17:23
they're talking about and so he sent a
1:17:26
screen capture somebody condemning me
1:17:29
for being an old fart from the reddit
1:17:32
yeah it was like it was back and forth
1:17:37
where I said that I I listened to
1:17:40
Michael Savage and switched the Hannity
1:17:42
and found that Hannity was executing
1:17:44
something Savage was bitching about
1:17:45
executing advertising wise and he says
1:17:50
these guys is your guy she has an old
1:17:52
age only old folks listen to guys say
1:17:55
well you know I also listened to Jim
1:17:57
Rome I also listened to everything
1:18:00
that's that's talk radio related just so
1:18:02
happens I was I like Michael Savage cuz
1:18:04
he's funny and so I sent him that no so
1:18:08
he sends me a thing back a second second
1:18:10
email I don't need saying hey do you
1:18:13
have a thing for Amy Goodman of
1:18:15
democracy now you keep using her clips
1:18:18
and I said bye and blocked him I'm not
1:18:22
gonna put up with this yeah that that's
1:18:25
odd because I think he's the guy from
1:18:27
Indiana who I met yeah well beside the
1:18:30
point I'm just saying whatever you know
1:18:32
that is pretty you just pretty much
1:18:34
described the one guy on reddit who has
1:18:37
eight accounts and that's poor fuck says
1:18:44
donate 333 which I'm not gonna bitch
1:18:47
about I'm sorry about upsetting you
1:18:49
yesterday via email please forgive me
1:18:51
hey curry what's up hey who this is 19
1:18:55
he's got there they have an operation
1:18:57
out there in the middle of nowhere 1890
1:18:59
studios.com which has to do with they
1:19:03
review Netflix or the Explorer Netflix
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is problem okay about 1890 studios.com
1:19:08
uh written in numbers okay in jnk okay
1:19:13
well thank you very much super funk and
1:19:15
I'm sure he's really sorry John and he's
1:19:19
learned not the with the new guy
1:19:25
administering the squirrel mail they
1:19:29
were coming I put up a bounce notice I'm
1:19:30
not quite sure how to retreat
1:19:32
even so I'll look at it maybe Oh mm well
1:19:36
I I think probably what he was doing was
1:19:39
just trying to show you the more onyx
1:19:42
that go on I mean no I don't know yeah I
1:19:44
wasn't done in a very playful way as the
1:19:50
first destroy we only have this all we
1:19:53
got Dexter can I read this he moved to
1:19:59
Great Britain he's been in Great Britain
1:20:01
this is this is forever he's been in
1:20:03
Great Britain I thought he was in Texas
1:20:05
no he's 41 19 no Dexter the molester
1:20:09
it's not a molester this is my this is
1:20:14
my protege this is my your exit strategy
1:20:18
this is the son I never had
1:20:22
the only entrepreneur in the group the
1:20:27
only millennial entrepreneur I've ever
1:20:29
met
1:20:30
yeah well the guy's gonna be a
1:20:32
billionaire so earPod father and john
1:20:35
please give me a deed douching uh hold
1:20:38
on I should do that here d douching for
1:20:40
sponging off the No Agenda show for a
1:20:43
century under the false pretense that I
1:20:45
have somehow not required to donate it
1:20:51
recently occurred to me that my
1:20:53
relationship with Christina that's my
1:20:55
daughter ten years ago Dexter was
1:20:56
Christina's boyfriend no longer
1:20:58
warranted the free ride I'd felt
1:21:00
entitled to I did teach this this I
1:21:03
taught this boy well I have been feeling
1:21:05
guilt ever since however I've not felt
1:21:08
I've been in a position to pay my dues
1:21:09
until now please take my donation as a
1:21:11
down payment for the quest of knighthood
1:21:13
the amount two hundred forty 1.19 cents
1:21:17
relates to the 24th of the first 2019
1:21:20
the day I sold both my vape companies
1:21:24
as I am tied into working for the man
1:21:27
for the next six months I would like to
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ask for new job karma as I plan to
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contribute a small portion of all
1:21:32
significant financial success as I
1:21:34
achieve moving forward as a way of
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repaying you both for the sanity no
1:21:39
agenda provides me hopefully upon
1:21:41
hearing you read this message out of
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some of the guilt
1:21:44
hopefully upon hearing you read this
1:21:46
message out of some of the guilt I've
1:21:48
been feeling will subside
1:21:50
despite this averaging at only 26 cents
1:21:53
per show I've listened to since being
1:21:54
hit in the mouth by Adam himself to
1:21:56
those of you listening that have also
1:21:57
been sponging off na like I have good
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luck I felt like the son Adam never had
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yet have only managed 10 years so unless
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you're the keeper do yourself a big
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mouths harder than Tyson keep up the
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to seeing you get your swords out for me
1:22:29
in the near future hashtag no homo
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hashtag or maybe a little bit Dex that's
1:22:38
so sweet
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yes he needs jobs Karma's gonna lay that
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on him right now jobs jobs and jobs
1:22:46
that's karma you know I told them I said
1:22:53
I'm glad you listened to me I said Dex
1:22:55
big Nick is coming in they're gonna take
1:22:58
away all of your business this vape
1:22:59
juice it's it's limited man they're
1:23:01
gonna start charging you millions of
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dollars to get it approved so we sold
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the whole place made his money I guess
1:23:07
he has a six month urn out or something
1:23:10
congratulations
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podcasting is next for you my friend
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I'll do it for you on the Stefan eret eh
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ret in fell Bock Deutschland 222 this
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donation of 222 is in memory of my
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beloved wife who she you SCH I've to
1:23:45
hope I pronounce it correctly who passed
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away three years ago from cancer at the
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age of 39 her death day is to 9 2016 or
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birthday was 11:10 so the donation is a
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fitting 11110 show 1110 if anyone to
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help everyone's still rockin a call out
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to its still rocking a call at the eff
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knighted as Sir Stefan of Swabia ok
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the truth out there yes he's from Elba
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hallowed Deutschland Stefan of course
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we'll do that here it is ma'am
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you've got karma can I'll see you at the
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wanted this donation brings me the
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knighthood that's the important part I
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would like to be knighted as Sir zombie
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slave ok karma desert Tar Heel Huntsman
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sir Tar Heel , Huntsman jobs karma with
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hookers and blow at the round table I
1:25:30
think what he's saying is karma - sir
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Huntsman sir Tarheel and he wants
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huntsman jobs karma even great Huntsman
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you will when I play it top boot highly
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ljj catching change jobs jobs jobs and
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Kharma I forgot all oh yeah I forgot all
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about Huntsman yeah that's a John
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Huntsman he was ambassador to China at
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the time topped with highly algea Jigga
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ching-ching for president in fact yeah
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and that's when we first heard this clip
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the top watch ought to put capita ching
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ching yeah he has he speaks fluent
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Chinese
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yeah he's neat back over these need I
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know he's doing something for us he was
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I think he made me back ambassador to
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China isn't he I have no idea it is Jon
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Huntsman I'll look him up anyway want to
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thank all these folks for producing
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massive list of producers for 11 11
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like a number that I can there's a good
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number we can use something something
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like 11 times 2 cubed I don't know we're
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looking for ideas they usually come from
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you guys anyway so please we don't do
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that much except deconstruct news
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honey I'll jet you can teach
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you know 11 squared which would be a
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good numbers 121 which i think is a
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reasonable donation hmm 121 and then 11
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cube though is 1331 which is cool but
1:28:10
little high I do have a note from a from
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producer Catherine new donation amounts
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suggestion with the show's titty trend
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in donations I am suggesting to do a new
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donation of $30 Mobe and calculators
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that's donation amount is suggested for
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those hoping to recognize the gender
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evidently clearly so clearly evident
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after years of sjw influence and
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hypocrisy at the same time however the
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relatively small donation amount under
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50 allows producers to maintain
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anonymity in their silent support I'm
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specifically donating today in honor of
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would-be common-law spouse Bill Walsh a
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day Thursday February 8 a 6 they take
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today's 8th you want to put him on the
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birthday list cuz I didn't do that oh
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hold on a second now so now you tell me
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Bill Walsh sir Saturday night from
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Catherine and his birthday today
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from Catherine ok
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by the way it's pronounced moobs none
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mobs you said mobs or something I know
1:29:45
you said as I said moobs no I see it's
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written boobs I don't know what I said a
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new human resource Edwin who started us
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with an fu Department on January 17th
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here's hoping that he does not suffer
1:29:55
from the enlarge the Migdal of those in
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the generation before him and finally
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now men can finally say look at mine too
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for housekeeping I sent this donation in
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Canadian okay well just to confuse
1:30:10
things even more your moobs are like all
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right boobs um Joe Rogan had a Jack
1:30:21
Dorsey on I should tell a band beard
1:30:25
yeah that's pretty much all you can say
1:30:28
about him but it was quite interesting I
1:30:30
I thought it was a a good interview no
1:30:34
it was not really a great interview but
1:30:37
I heard the things that Dorsey was
1:30:39
saying and I did bring a couple clips to
1:30:41
share what was kind of interesting is
1:30:45
that Rogen put out on Instagram uh
1:30:48
Jack's gonna come back because a lot of
1:30:51
people really unhappy that we didn't
1:30:53
address D platforming deeply enough
1:30:57
which is like wow okay I mean it
1:31:00
certainly was address but and he gave
1:31:02
the answers I just maybe people don't
1:31:04
hear it and there were some other issues
1:31:07
with this I mean I think that if you're
1:31:09
gonna have a main advertiser on your
1:31:12
show you're gonna interview him that you
1:31:14
kind of should mention that up front
1:31:16
not until almost at the end of the
1:31:18
interview as Rogan gets ready to promote
1:31:20
the square cash app does it kind of come
1:31:23
up like yeah yeah we really love your
1:31:25
cash app yeah so he's getting paid so
1:31:28
that you know that that's what we call
1:31:33
that it's just not clean okay well it
1:31:41
wasn't but it's just like
1:31:42
Dola yeah it's like you know this whole
1:31:46
I mean that's when you get is then when
1:31:48
people feel that you didn't dive into a
1:31:50
topic deep enough they're gonna get
1:31:51
accused while it's your it's your
1:31:53
advertiser which of course is true and
1:31:55
I'm sure that the Rogen you know you
1:31:58
always think about these things I gotta
1:32:00
piss this guy off and by the way why
1:32:01
would you he has some interesting
1:32:04
thoughts so I'd like to play a few clips
1:32:06
that I that I selected from from this
1:32:10
interview that answers a lot of
1:32:11
questions lease did for me I'm not quite
1:32:13
sure why people didn't feel they got
1:32:15
enough out of it
1:32:17
the first thing is how Twitter and and
1:32:21
when you're listening to these guys talk
1:32:22
me listen to Dorsey talk and I had to
1:32:24
cut out a lot of pauses so that
1:32:28
disclaimer upfront you realize that you
1:32:31
know Twitter the thing about Twitter
1:32:33
this that to me is the most interesting
1:32:35
is it's used by politicians and and you
1:32:38
know and of course Trump started this
1:32:40
really started the big use of it but
1:32:42
it's as you as you realize that all over
1:32:45
the world leaders and politicians are
1:32:48
using Twitter now in a similar fashion
1:32:50
to Trump maybe not with the same
1:32:53
fabulous humor but they are using it to
1:32:57
set policy and communicate directly with
1:33:00
their constituents it's kind of a big
1:33:02
deal
1:33:02
it's plumbing and it's much bigger than
1:33:04
Instagram or Facebook in that regard
1:33:07
because it's so instantaneous and well a
1:33:10
lot of it has to do also with the way it
1:33:13
it functions and as we've discussed in a
1:33:16
lot of our different segments about this
1:33:17
it's user interface is really what makes
1:33:20
Twitter unique and and it's it's it's
1:33:25
not it's you know not the colors or
1:33:28
anything but it's be giving weight to an
1:33:31
original post giving the same weight to
1:33:33
the comments and this is the reason
1:33:35
although not implied in this clip the
1:33:37
reason why Twitter blocks the you know
1:33:39
you can't basically create a different
1:33:41
Twitter client you have to use theirs
1:33:43
because they know the minute someone
1:33:45
changes the visual context of Twitter
1:33:48
their game ends the thing is every on
1:33:51
Instagram for any any blog you have this
1:33:55
this post this statement and you have
1:33:58
comments underneath
1:33:59
whereas with Twitter everything is on
1:34:01
the same surface right it's all one
1:34:04
surface you know there's room for both
1:34:05
models but I this conversation most
1:34:08
conversations it's it's not you making a
1:34:11
statement and me just reacting to them
1:34:13
right like the our conversation of all
1:34:15
is based on what we say we can interrupt
1:34:18
one another we can you know we can
1:34:20
completely change the subject I can take
1:34:22
control of the conversation and the
1:34:24
people who might find that interesting
1:34:26
follow it and the folks that don't just
1:34:29
stop listening course you can't do that
1:34:31
in a post comment model but it's so
1:34:35
thinking it's just so close to thinking
1:34:37
like there's no composition and I think
1:34:39
that deep how so how is it different
1:34:41
than a post on Instagram or a post on
1:34:43
Facebook the the speed demands you know
1:34:47
the the the character constraint the
1:34:49
speed kind of just demands a more
1:34:53
conscious present focused thinking
1:34:57
versus like stepping back and composing
1:34:59
a letter
1:35:00
yeah and composing a letter and thinking
1:35:02
about all the outcomes that make sense
1:35:04
now because of this and because they
1:35:07
maniacally control the way it's
1:35:10
presented the way the information is
1:35:12
presented this is where they get to do a
1:35:14
lot of things like shadow banning only
1:35:16
they don't call it shadow banning they
1:35:18
just call it like moving you down and
1:35:21
kind of you know moving you away so
1:35:22
people don't see you right away
1:35:24
and and so this is the main I'm sorry do
1:35:27
you want to say so no no I thought you
1:35:29
doing this is kind of the main clip
1:35:32
about the deep platforming and it was
1:35:36
always a riddle to me and that to Tina
1:35:38
as well would be like well how can this
1:35:40
person say this and and they don't get
1:35:43
in trouble yet this person says it and
1:35:45
and they get warned or kicked off and
1:35:47
what the conversation always goes down
1:35:51
to as well that person's right wing that
1:35:55
person's liberal that person's Democrat
1:35:57
that person's Republican you know
1:35:59
they're suppressing Republicans and not
1:36:01
suppressing liberals
1:36:03
Dorsey's answer to this was very
1:36:05
surprising they don't look at the actual
1:36:09
content at all it's about conduct so the
1:36:14
simple answer is we look at conduct we
1:36:16
don't we don't look at the speech or so
1:36:18
if we look at conduct we look at how the
1:36:20
tool is being used and you're you're
1:36:22
right in that like I think when people
1:36:24
see Twitter they see and they expect it
1:36:27
to be a public square they can go into
1:36:30
that public square they can say whatever
1:36:31
they want they can get on the pedestal
1:36:33
and people might gather around them and
1:36:37
listen what they have to say some of
1:36:38
them might find it offensive and they
1:36:40
leave the difference is there's there's
1:36:44
also this concept
1:36:45
this megaphone and the megaphone can be
1:36:47
highly targeted with Twitter as well
1:36:50
right so it's not it's not the it's not
1:36:53
the speech it's how its amplified when
1:36:55
do you decide this is harassment when
1:36:57
decide this is hate speech when like how
1:36:59
do you miss as we look at the concepts
1:37:01
this is a fictional account right that
1:37:03
you know person we're talking about but
1:37:05
what what would dictate something that
1:37:09
was egregious enough for you to
1:37:10
eliminate them from your platform well
1:37:13
that's a that's a that's a heavy action
1:37:15
so that's the last resort but we look at
1:37:18
the conduct the the probability of
1:37:20
someone who is harassing one person it's
1:37:25
highly probable that they're also assing
1:37:27
10 more people right so we can look at
1:37:30
that behavior we can look at how many
1:37:32
times this person is being blocked or
1:37:34
muted more reported and based on all
1:37:38
those all that data we can actually take
1:37:41
some action but we also have to we have
1:37:44
to correlate it with the other side of
1:37:46
that because people go on and they
1:37:48
coordinate blocks as well and they
1:37:51
coordinate harassment and they and they
1:37:53
coordinate I'm sorry not harassment but
1:37:54
reporting reporting a particular account
1:37:58
to get it shut down and to to take the
1:38:00
voice off the service so these are the
1:38:03
considerations we have to make but it's
1:38:05
it's it all starts with conduct and
1:38:07
oftentimes we'll see coordinated conduct
1:38:11
whether it be that one person opening
1:38:13
multiple accounts or coordinating with
1:38:15
multiple accounts that they don't own to
1:38:17
you know go after someone and there's a
1:38:21
bunch of vectors of people use retweet
1:38:22
for that the quote tweet for that a lot
1:38:25
as well like you know they'll quote
1:38:27
tweet a tweet that someone finds and
1:38:29
they'll say look at this idiot Twitter
1:38:31
do your thing and then just this mob
1:38:33
starts and goes and tries to effectively
1:38:37
shut that person down so there's a bunch
1:38:40
of tools we can use the permanent
1:38:43
suspension is the last resort one of the
1:38:45
things that we can do is we can down
1:38:48
rank the replies so any of these any of
1:38:52
these behaviors and conduct that looks
1:38:53
linked linked we can actually push
1:38:57
farther down in the
1:38:58
Chane so it's all still there but you
1:39:00
might have to push a button to actually
1:39:03
see it you might have to show more
1:39:05
replies to actually see this harassing
1:39:08
account or what might look like
1:39:11
harassing language so I buy this
1:39:15
I think you've course there's always
1:39:17
exceptions to it but I do think that's
1:39:19
kind of how it happens because it makes
1:39:21
sense that it's not so much about what
1:39:24
someone is saying but you know there's
1:39:25
so many of these we see it ourselves you
1:39:28
get someone who's tweeting out shit to
1:39:30
you shit to me you know there's a
1:39:32
conversation showing just go to racist
1:39:35
start yelling in that regard if please
1:39:42
in that regard it makes sense because
1:39:46
you know it is a public square the way
1:39:48
he views it and you know people yelling
1:39:51
and not being constructive there's a lot
1:39:53
of this conversation talk that he does
1:39:55
and he backs it up by explaining how the
1:39:58
initial work not the platforming not
1:40:01
kicking off but definitely
1:40:02
identification of abusive conduct and
1:40:07
subsequent a shadow banning is what
1:40:10
we'll call it that is really done by as
1:40:12
he calls it artificial intelligence and
1:40:16
this is manually done this is all this
1:40:20
is all automated its automated there
1:40:22
yeah but how would you like the ranking
1:40:23
in the end looking at amplification and
1:40:25
then looking at the network I love how
1:40:27
Dorsey just says automated and then
1:40:30
rogen of course is automated right like
1:40:33
in terms of down ranking is there a
1:40:34
discussion as to whether or not this
1:40:36
person's reply should be down ranked
1:40:38
like how do you how do you figure that
1:40:40
out it's it's a machine learning and
1:40:41
deep learning model and they I'm really
1:40:47
blown away
1:40:47
yes skip logic is what it is if this
1:40:51
person has five mutes then consider him
1:40:54
to be down rank it's just skip logic
1:40:56
it's not like I love doors it's machine
1:40:58
learning is it not it's it's a machine
1:41:03
learning and deep learning model and
1:41:04
they just say I and they
1:41:07
you know and we we look at we look at
1:41:11
how these things are doing and where
1:41:12
they make mistakes and then we improve
1:41:14
it it's just constantly improving and
1:41:15
constantly learning and those are the
1:41:17
things that our technology allows it
1:41:19
changes the velocity changes how you
1:41:23
know to broadcast a message that someone
1:41:25
didn't really ask for and didn't want to
1:41:28
hear we don't touch if I follow Joe
1:41:30
Rogan you'll see every single tweet we
1:41:33
don't touch it right right
1:41:35
but that's an audience that you earn but
1:41:37
in your replies page we have a little
1:41:40
bit more room because this is a this is
1:41:42
a conversation that starts up and some
1:41:45
people just want to disrupt it and and
1:41:47
all we're saying is we're gonna look at
1:41:49
move in the disruption down not that
1:41:51
it's hidden but it's still there but you
1:41:54
know you just see it a little bit
1:41:55
farther down the algorithms rank and
1:41:58
order of the conversation but they don't
1:42:00
take suspension actions they don't take
1:42:02
they don't remove content they might
1:42:04
suggest to human to look at this who
1:42:06
might look at our rules and look at the
1:42:08
content and and try to look at the
1:42:10
context of the conversation and then
1:42:12
take action but we would like to move
1:42:15
towards a lot more automated enforcement
1:42:19
but more importantly how do we how do we
1:42:23
highlight how do we amplify more of the
1:42:28
healthier discussion conversation it's
1:42:31
already apparent you know and I look at
1:42:33
the troll room as this is playing that
1:42:34
people are like this I believe really
1:42:39
does another timecode no I can't keep
1:42:41
doing time codes I believe him I think
1:42:43
he's I think he he's telling a a version
1:42:47
of the truth that he wants to believe
1:42:48
I'm sure there's all kinds of funny
1:42:50
business going on but in general that's
1:42:52
the way it's being run and he's smart
1:42:54
because he realizes that Twitter has no
1:42:58
real future as a centralized service
1:43:00
when you look at Mastodon and basically
1:43:03
the federated universe that fetter verse
1:43:05
as we call it of social media which is
1:43:08
growing quickly and he wants to be a
1:43:11
part of it but and in this this clip
1:43:12
we're almost done here he sees Twitter's
1:43:16
rolling in the Fed averse which I
1:43:18
thought was eye-opening
1:43:20
we're going to a world especially with
1:43:23
technology like blockchain that all
1:43:25
content that exists that has ever
1:43:28
created will exist forever you won't be
1:43:31
able to take it down you won't be able
1:43:33
to censor it it won't be centralized at
1:43:35
all
1:43:35
our role is around what we recommend
1:43:39
based on your interest and based on who
1:43:43
you follow and and and helping you to
1:43:45
get into that on-ramp but if you look at
1:43:48
the architecture it's a given that
1:43:51
anytime something is created it's going
1:43:54
to exist forever this is what blockchain
1:43:57
helps enable down the line and we need
1:44:00
to make sure that we're paying attention
1:44:01
to that and also realizing that you know
1:44:04
our role is like how do we how do we get
1:44:08
people the stuff that they really want
1:44:10
to see in the fine valuable that they
1:44:12
learn from that they'll make them think
1:44:14
that that will help them evolve the
1:44:16
conversation as well now I don't know
1:44:18
how commercially viable that's going to
1:44:20
be but to say you know our job is to get
1:44:23
you what you want is I think it's a
1:44:25
pretty big statement versus everything
1:44:27
happens on our platform he realizes
1:44:29
that's not going to be possible and also
1:44:31
that negates the whole idea of having 2d
1:44:34
platform someone if the tweets and the
1:44:36
information is out because he's talking
1:44:37
about DHT I just distributed hash table
1:44:42
where where this is going and then the
1:44:45
final one is his his belief in
1:44:49
cryptocurrency specifically Bitcoin so
1:44:53
back to the end I believe that it or not
1:44:54
will have a native currency really no
1:44:57
have a native currency and I don't know
1:44:58
if it's Bitcoin it I think it will
1:44:59
because just given all the tests it's
1:45:02
been through and the principles behind
1:45:04
it how it was created and you know it
1:45:07
was something that was born on the
1:45:09
internet that was developed on the
1:45:11
internet that was tested on the you know
1:45:13
it is of the Internet I I just look at
1:45:16
this and like how do we embrace this
1:45:17
technology not react to it and I and you
1:45:20
know more from a threat standpoint but
1:45:22
like what does it enable us to do and
1:45:24
where does our value shift it's it's a
1:45:27
fascinating time
1:45:29
in technology because like that that to
1:45:31
me was one of the one of the last big
1:45:36
centralized nationalized
1:45:40
instruments is is currency is money and
1:45:43
when you think about the Internet as as
1:45:46
a country as a market as a nation it's
1:45:51
going to have its own currency and he
1:45:53
puts his money where his mouth is they
1:45:55
did the Lightning Network Bitcoin
1:45:57
transfer thing yesterday participated in
1:46:00
that so and that seems to give some
1:46:03
credence to Bitcoin as the future and I
1:46:04
would have I would have had a got a
1:46:06
little mini man crush on door see if he
1:46:09
hadn't messed it up with just 112
1:46:13
seconds of answer messed it up I can no
1:46:16
longer like him one of my favorite
1:46:18
things when someone posts something
1:46:19
stupid and then underneath it is a bunch
1:46:21
of gifs we say gifts or gifs I say gif
1:46:24
does anybody know yes I guess no I'm
1:46:30
sorry that's just wrong Wow I'm stunned
1:46:38
he should know better the guy who
1:46:41
invented it calls it gifs calls it jiff
1:46:46
what does he know so that kind of ruined
1:46:50
the whole thing for me that coupled with
1:46:53
the lack of the question of how do you
1:46:55
make money would have been interesting
1:46:58
to know where does that billion dollars
1:47:01
a quarter come from would like to know
1:47:04
I'd like to know how much of it is ads
1:47:05
are you selling the data brokers that
1:47:08
would've been a good question that
1:47:10
wouldn't be a good question well that's
1:47:11
probably was gonna bring him back
1:47:12
know he's bringing him back to talk more
1:47:14
about deep platform oh that's a lie just
1:47:17
said that just as a he there's some
1:47:19
reason he's already probably booked him
1:47:21
to get him back as he likes some I was
1:47:23
totally cool thank you rich no Dorsey's
1:47:26
coming back to rescind and sit and call
1:47:28
it gifs that's that's the only reason to
1:47:30
come back
1:47:32
the meme is what he should go back for
1:47:35
no I don't know if he's really running
1:47:37
his company with with this insight and
1:47:40
this deep thinking deep learning but I
1:47:43
think I think he's saying some
1:47:44
interesting things here I think it was
1:47:47
interest he does have a handle on what's
1:47:48
happening and of course this the shallow
1:47:51
we're only interested in your food I
1:47:56
would stood that was the Alex Jones
1:47:59
question even asked yeah but the answer
1:48:01
was so long and it was a repeat because
1:48:03
he said the same thing it was he said
1:48:06
when and when he was deep lat formed by
1:48:08
Apple and everyone else they kept him on
1:48:11
because they just didn't see any abusive
1:48:13
conduct and to wit there was also very
1:48:17
low reporting of his account he says
1:48:19
that was the odd thing is that people
1:48:21
were not reporting and I think a lot of
1:48:22
people forget to do that today
1:48:24
because you know it takes four clicks
1:48:26
you gotta answer a survey you got to do
1:48:28
it if you're not a bot and then yeah and
1:48:31
then you can say oh and then the well if
1:48:33