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June 18th, 2020 • 3h 28m

1252: Agitprop

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you got a look at this right now quick
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before they take it down Adam curry
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[Music]
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curry and from northern Silicon Valley
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where I've had to kill the Kayleigh
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segment of today's show I'm John see de
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Bourgh oh no no no no no no we cannot
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start like that what do you mean killing
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the Kayleigh segment what is this a
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Batoche oh my goodness what happened
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well play the I have a Kayleigh clip you
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can play it and figure it out when you
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just listen to it oh how about the
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Kayleigh jingles all of that is not
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appropriate for today bro I'll probably
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try to bring it back on Sunday by this
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supposed to be every Thursday
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Scott oops sorry here we go my own note
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about the Scott Bell is for years we've
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tried to make lynching a federal crime
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in this country and the Scott bill does
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does nice too great bill it's more great
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action from Republicans and we hope we
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can have bipartisan support on it I got
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a whole bunch of messages and tweets of
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people some crazy like oh because some
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audio engineer left the returned feed
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fader open that's the big surprise and
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they couldn't fix it oh it was
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throughout I thought they did it was
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throughout the whole thing
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I watched and Fox just killed the feed
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oh goodness I don't know maybe they did
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fix it at the antibody wasn't gonna
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listen to it I mean it's because she was
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delivering a number of good zingers I
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was just oh no I lost another one yeah I
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mean it's not as though she won't be
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doing this forever but are you thinking
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that this is indeed sabotage yeah gosh
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ha I didn't consider that I consider
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just dumb you know these guys have made
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mistakes before in the briefing room
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and I
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this is what really this was a big bad
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yeah well you know it's like they
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probably had a cell phone off and
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someone was trying that you freaking out
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trying to let him know what was going on
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I just never heard it I guess unless
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you're right
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sabotage I don't provocateur doing the
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sample tags she's not well-liked
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I mean I was looking at the no kidding I
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was looking for example there was a good
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thing was in the newsletter I ran these
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Rick Wilson Rick Wilson is that which I
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have some clips of him later Rick
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Wilson's like one of the guys behind the
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Lincoln project a bunch of disgruntled
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supposedly disgruntled conservatives but
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that went Trump out yeah right
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crib crystal be one of them this guy
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some old some other Republicans Romney
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might as well be in the group well and
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he's like blasting dominoes for
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acknowledging Caylee saying thanks for
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the pizza 12 years ago 12 years ago so
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what's section twenty twelve is eight
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years ago but and so somebody ended up
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digging up some stuff on him talking
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about how great it was that somebody
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beat up a soldier you know if you want
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to do that now since you've kind of done
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the whole introduction well it's a bit
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this is this is kind of one of the more
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intellectual series is in by
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intellectual I mean it's education like
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I say in that lecture that's never
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intellectual and this is all these are
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clips from the new abnormal and they
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kind of play into your yes okay hold on
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a second so first of all whenever I get
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up on a show day morning and I see not
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one but multiple series of clips from
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you my heart skips a beat and I saw this
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I did I'm of course I don't listen to
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them I saw this AB new abnormal like uh
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John's found something I can't wait now
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that I know what is related to why don't
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I start off with the noodle gun and then
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we can fold into that does that make
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sense yes I would prefer that because
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this is a little bit too little too
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educational yes start this early morning
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yes I understand
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she'll face away the my noodle gun you
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racist be the shield
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I was I thought that people would want
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to do something about the original
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noodle gun sound which is this even the
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keeper said man that sounds kind of
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wimpy yes and that's and that's not
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exactly I think what a noodle gun sounds
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like so we did get a new one it's been
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upgraded in caliber give this one a shot
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what do you think it's funnier I think
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the scream does it works for me
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yeah well we've had just to readjust to
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recap noodle gun based on noodle boy if
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you don't know who noodle boy is just
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take it from me it's everyone who you
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see on the street right now who is
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between 25 and 35 years old and who were
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outraged by everything and they are now
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using the power of their phones and
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social media to call out the woke brands
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and people of the world who have been
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saying that they're all in and they they
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support black lives matter and inside
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these organizations are noodle boys and
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noodle girls who will gladly rat on them
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and make change from within and this is
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hurting business I'm not saying if it's
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justified or not but he's hurting their
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business and we'll start today with the
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the noodle gun that everybody it was the
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noodle gun shot heard around the world
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familiar face at breakfast for more than
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a century will soon be a thing of the
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past Quaker Oats which is owned by Pepsi
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announcing that they're getting rid of
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the one hundred thirty year old Aunt
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Jemima brand famous for pancake mixes
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maple syrup and other breakfast foods
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and Jemima buckwheat pancakes
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because by the way what kind of lame-ass
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jingle did they make for it might remind
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the back in the day the company says by
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the universe here is packaging will no
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longer feature the controversial Aunt
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Jemima image and soon they will
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completely change the brand's name
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altogether it's time to let go of
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symbols like this because of how way
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that they are and what they represent
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Cornell University's dr. rachet
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Richardson recently wrote a New York
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Times article
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can we please find a native aunt jemima
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children you know going with their
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parents to the grocery store can still
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see images this retrograde image of
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black womanhood on store shelves and it
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was if an image that harkens back to the
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antebellum plantation is fluting and
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plantation and Jemima is that kind of
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stereotype that is earnest on his idea
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of black inferiority and other nice
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berry successful New York Times article
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I'd say very good
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I'm sorry I like keeping other nests in
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play other nests yeah now I can't wait
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to talk to moe about this particular
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noodle gun target strike I think it was
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on deck for a long time we've heard this
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before that you know do we got treasure
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but one of our producers Glen yeah and I
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said we want to read a couple of grass
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is pretty long huh I guess you heard
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something about the antrum I am a thing
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II guess because of the icon Quaker Oats
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I chose the decades ago he was based in
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a minstrel she says minstrel stroke
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character but that's not true he goes on
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to mention they apparently Uncle Ben's
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rut converted rice is up the crab and
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Quaker Oats just held on these for too
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long now here's the part this I thought
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was kind of interesting
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apparently horrible Candis is removing
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one of their licorice face shakin just a
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black face licorice from the overseas
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markets bite the hands off a white
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chocolate bunnies because anything
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that's made of darker chocolate is a
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racist product everyone knows that live
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bunch so this goes to Easter Bunny yeah
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everyone knows that the buzz but here's
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the one that just comes up on the dinner
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tail just by coincidence last night I
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now wonder how long Nabisco will get
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away with selling its Oreo cookies slur
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heigh-ho heigh-ho heigh-ho oreo cookies
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got to go yes I'll be the Hydrox or
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whatever which is probably going to go
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too cuz it sounds too much like
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hydroxychloroquine what because I did
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reflect on this for a moment about Aunt
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Jemima and what I always felt growing up
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I was a box reader so I read the cereal
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box you know I couldn't wait to cut out
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the record on the back remember those
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look cardboard
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45 you could play and I'd stare at the
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antrum i'ma bottle and I remember man
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she looks like she makes good pancakes
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I'm serum that's all I ever thought but
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no no these kids today they see that and
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they need to have a different connection
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although it's been around for 100 and
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over a hundred years
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now the other one they're going after is
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mrs.
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which isn't even a black character would
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be apparently because this is in a brown
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bottle wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong you
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just heard that article about the Jews
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men she mentioned the antebellum period
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well here comes another noodle gunshot
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the black lives matter movement caused
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the country pop trio Lady Antebellum
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this week to change the name of the
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group from lady by the way they've won
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scores of Grammy Awards American Music
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Awards you know they're extremely
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successful as Lady Antebellum de belem
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to simply lady a they said in life black
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lives matter movement
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the term Antebellum was offensive to
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many the word itself actually meaning
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pre Civil War so they changed their name
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now a blue singer out of Seattle whose
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name is Lady a as stepping forward
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saying this is my brand I've used the
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name for over twenty years it's what I'm
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proud of it shouldn't take and this
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group
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George Floyd's death to realize that
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their name had a slave reference to it
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and she is asking that they change it to
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something else that her name has already
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been taken
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rare ricochet from the noodle garnet
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splattered off Lady Antebellum and hit
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him again with the lady a good job now
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what's taken what does it take to check
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the Copyright Office you're a big name
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like you said you said it these are big
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these are multi-million dollar big-name
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band and they just just changed their
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name without even doing any research
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whatsoever with all that money that they
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have
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hey it's their own fault you know you
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don't you don't do it right you ricochet
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off you can get huh you struck twice by
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the shrapnel from the noodle gun little
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bits of pasta on your face can the navy
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can the Navia is not immune to all this
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the CBC kids weigh in on the latest
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noodle gunshot all right well let's get
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into it
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Vina what has he fired up this week
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well I've been following this JK rowling
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controversy and it all started with a
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tweet she made actually it started with
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this headline training a more equal
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postcode in nineteen world for people
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who messed race JK took issue with the
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word people being used maybe she was
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trying to be funny but she hinted that
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the publication should have stuck with
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using the word women some fans pointed
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out that there are lots of those who men
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straight who don't identify as women and
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then things got a little messy lots of
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tweets back and forth and at one point
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JK fired back with my life has been
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shaped by being female and I don't think
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it's hateful to say so it's 2020
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releasing these kind of statements
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online it's not in the book and hasn't
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she been accused of transphobic stuff in
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the past supporting a woman who was
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fired after saying that trans women
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weren't real woman sis read the room
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there are so many conversations right
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now about equality justice and racism is
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it any surprise that the story is
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blowing up right now exactly its prime
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months - and this week's Daniel
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Radcliffe Harry Potter himself reacted
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with an essay advocating for trans life
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oh yeah he saw that gun come out he's
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like who let me write you a little essay
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about trans life
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stay away from me with that noodle gun
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and now inside the publishing car before
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we right no I I don't want to kill your
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bit here your virtual red buttons or
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you're doing this there's a reference
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one guy will get but I want to talk a
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little bit about that last clip okay
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sure
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now that clip came from the Canadian
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Broadcasting Company and they have a
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bunch of these kids shows and that is
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one I don't know the name of that ones
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kids or something it's got something CBC
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kids just CBC kids well that's I think
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the whole I think that's the overall
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brand I think this individual shows out
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different names or could be that and
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that particular one is for one thing the
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kids are this is reducing these kids
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were reading the script really something
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on television is scripted knives get out
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of town and they're trying and they're
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so they
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promoting a kind of a point of view and
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right now you're right this the noodle
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gun aimed at JK Rowling's who dessert
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Brownlee deserves it
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and I just find it's like a propaganda
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piece and I find it to be just generally
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offensive I find that to Dec I had that
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same clip I does reason I can talk about
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it I found it to be offensive a bunch of
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kids going on and on about transgender
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but they don't know anything and there's
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and they're making these I just found it
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extremely offensive well there's a
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backstory to this or a follow up really
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as machette publishing house workers
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inside the company and this harsh yet
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will be a publishing Rowling's new book
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the a kebab have staged their rebellion
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they said it already did that once you
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know yes I know but but not now it's for
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reals because now they have lead noodle
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Gong and well they just they had the
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noodle go when they aimed it at Woody
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Allen that's they killed his book but
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they say they're not the same this is
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different they have support from the
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outside now this is different maybe am i
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different scenario yeah this is a lot of
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support from the outside of us she's JK
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Rowling's book will not get published
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they will not until she repents she has
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to repent she has to make a statement oh
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yes she will even the richest woman in
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in book writing today JK Rowling she
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will repent I guarantee I'm gonna put it
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in the book in a moment you put it in
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there cuz I I would like to see her
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repent that getting her to repent would
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be dynamite well she would have to say
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that she was wrong and she's educated
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herself now hold on a second so this is
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you know there's a actually we can write
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the script and this is well we've heard
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enough of these repents you know I was
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wrong I did not was uneducated that the
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education angles in there and I found
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them right what the right path
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we should look over some of these
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apologies and kind of construct a
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universal apology okay so I have it here
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June 18 20 2011 26 a.m. JK rowling to
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repent that's it's in there she will
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repent I have a couple muah let's see
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yet just one more clip and then we can
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talk about a few other ones this just
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came out this morning as about 15
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minutes before before before we got on I
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saw this trending and I thought oh my
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goodness
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it's the noodle god yes this is video
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taken by a Taco Bell employee he has the
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cam he's in his car has the camera on
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his lap he's wearing a black lives
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matter mask and his the rest of his Taco
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Bell uniform and he's talking to his
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manager because his manager has just
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fired him this is now viral who noodle
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gun viral do you just fired me because I
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got a black lives matter on you just
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told me I gotta take it on I'm not I'm
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not
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cuz I'm standing up for what's right I'm
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not taking it off Sam you said before
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whatever matter no she did not she said
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it had to be
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[Music]
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okay stop stop stop stop stop give
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yourself a clip of the day for that
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thank you very much the the hashtag is
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r.i.p Taco Bell so you can follow along
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thank you very much yeah this is it's
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it's very very powerful and I'm I'm sure
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this this manager will be terminated she
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has to be the column heads got to do
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that I'll just run that roll let's roll
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so we have Mike Grundy of course
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Oklahoma State football worthy coach is
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gun player Gundy I don't know I'm just a
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head coach just reading the headlines
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superstar head coach yes well the
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superstar head coach has repented and
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has apologized for the having the
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audacity to wear a one America News
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t-shirt day off
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let's see internal uprising with the I'm
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just doing the headlines with in the Los
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Angeles Times newsroom over racial
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inequality and coverage of the black
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lives matter protest it wasn't covered
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right okay then we have game developers
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this is really interesting steam as you
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know is very popular hub I guess for for
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getting games particularly on Xbox and I
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have no nothing of this yes well you can
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also I guess it's the company's valve
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think it is available yeah well exactly
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so valve the company behind steam I know
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steam I played Steam yes they have they
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have not come out and well in fact I
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have the quote here over the past few
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weeks steam and valve have chosen not to
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address the black lives matter movement
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failing no failing failing to make even
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a broad and generic statement about
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racial justice this will not stand
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it's clearer than ever that the owners
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of this platform feel beholdin to a base
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of angry white male gamers this makes me
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especially sad I feel that some of these
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people are the people who most need to
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hear the messages of black lives matter
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everybody yellow square hit you sunk my
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battleship with that one nice one and
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these are the developers are pulling
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their games taking away their own
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livelihoods fantastic ABC ABC finally
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finally finally has cast the first black
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bachelor but it took too long to do it
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so does a good place producer Megan mram
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apologizes for offensive tweets I won't
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even read them because you won't
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understand what's offensive and of
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course NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is
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now encouraging teams to sign Colin
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Kaepernick as we still have a red book
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entry for him to actually play Colin
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Kaepernick himself has joined the board
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of blogging company medium I would say
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this is as excellent noodle gun proof
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vest hey man if someone says something
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weird on our platform we got Colin
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Kaepernick so will will evaluated
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properly Lewis Hamilton the successful
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formula 1 driver is very mad at helmet
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Marco because apparently he hasn't said
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anything about black lives matter he
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needs to come out and say something and
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and now Hamilton is out saying I hope
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your teammates know what you really are
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all about just because the guy said and
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really not interested in saying anything
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Wow
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Boy Scouts of America listen up
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introduce the black lives matter
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inspired diversity and inclusion badge
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which will now be required to become an
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Eagle Scout
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what is the no okay each one of these
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badges require some sort of skill or
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development or something about the not
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badge if I hope we gotta tie so many
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knots or in kind yeah so what is it what
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will this be you gotta have sex with the
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person of color I mean what well let me
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see if it's in the article I don't
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really remember reading the actual
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requirement it must be let's see mmm
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well the statement we condemned the
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murders of George George flirt Amato
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Bree Brianna Taylor all those who are
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not named but equally important we hear
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the anguish feel the heartbreak joined
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the countries resolved to do better the
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Boy Scouts of America stands with black
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families and black community because we
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believe that black lives matter this is
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why as an organization we commit to
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introducing a specific diversity
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inclusion merit badge which will be
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required for the rank of Eagle Scout it
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will build on components within existing
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merit badges including American cultures
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and citizenship in the community merit
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badge which requires Scouts to learn
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about and engage with other groups and
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cultures to increase understanding and
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spur a positive action oh here we go the
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scouts will be requiring diversity and
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inclusion training Oh for all the
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employees now brother whatever fine it's
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a closer you take a course you take a
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course and get a bet this is all
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insincere it really is and why is it
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tolerated
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well it's not I think that that's what's
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happening is the insincerity is now
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being pulled apart so these brands who
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are virtue signal about how woke they
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are and it turns out it's not true on
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the inside is an issue and that and as I
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said I think they're coming for Tim Cook
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the it will come here's one thing that
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was you know MIT for everybody here's
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one thing as far as you can with these
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things yes yes yes yes and I have a clip
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to prove that you're absolutely right so
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here is something interesting as you
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know know your limits you got once you
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get the limits in the next go-around cuz
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the first time around black lives matter
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didn't get to accomplish much the chain
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I don't know what happened I'd like to
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know if they changed the PR agency or
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what they did they change the CEO I have
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no idea but as now as there is a it's a
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kick act ass operation it sure is and I
24:29
think and I think because it's that
24:32
distributed that it's so kick-ass
24:33
honestly no one person owns the brand
24:36
anymore you know it's out there and it's
24:38
being painted on street sands on
24:40
t-shirts every day you could anyone can
24:42
pretty much use this I don't think it's
24:43
copyrighted trademarked or anything at
24:45
this point now sleeping giants and Media
24:49
Matters and a number of other groups and
24:51
noodle gun bearers have been hitting at
24:55
Fox News in particular teracles all my
24:58
clips are about this okay good I'll
25:00
leave that for what it is good my clips
25:03
are about sleeping giants perfect so
25:05
because we have the founder of sleeping
25:08
giants appearing on a podcast so before
25:11
we get to that I would like to take a
25:14
look at what I the what I think is going
25:17
on you're talking about this powerful
25:19
brand and I think that there's influence
25:22
across the board we've we've seen just
25:27
in the past week
25:29
54 scientists given NIH grants have been
25:32
fired for failure to disclose foreign
25:35
ties and that is to China the Charles
25:39
Lieber the the main professor the first
25:41
guy who he was the former chair of
25:44
Harvard University's chemistry and
25:46
chemical biology department he has now
25:48
been indicted
25:50
that's a charge he was indicted on June
25:51
9th for making false statements about
25:56
his association with China's thousand
25:58
talents program and he will appear
26:00
before the Boston federal court to
26:02
answer the charges at a later date but
26:05
he's arrested for fraud and he has been
26:08
out on bail
26:09
a million-dollar bail is so beautiful so
26:12
this is something yeah this is the kind
26:14
of thing that you'd think would be just
26:16
front page pounding the pounding the
26:19
front page pounding the beginning of all
26:21
the newscasts this is major this is
26:24
espionage this is by the highest levels
26:27
of professorships in the country and
26:29
it's not even discussed so in wake of
26:33
everything that's taking place and I
26:35
mean really corona orange man bad black
26:40
lives matter the noodle gun all of this
26:43
comes from not just the medical
26:47
profession which clearly there's
26:49
corruption going on the entertainment
26:51
world clearly we know this corruption
26:54
going on and the academic world that
26:57
clearly we know there's corruption going
26:59
on politics yeah I'm pretty sure there's
27:03
always corruption but it seems to all be
27:05
coming from one place and I it was a
27:08
producer who pointed out to me the clip
27:09
we played of Tim Tom Collins cook virtue
27:13
signaling about how much they care about
27:15
blood matter even though they're well
27:17
under the national average with their
27:19
diversity 9% instead of 13% but still
27:22
the best of Silicon Valley I was
27:24
something was pointed out here about
27:25
something he said and I think it was a
27:27
tell and and I have some follow-up clips
27:31
about that so it is today we're at an
27:35
important moment in our history a time
27:37
when progress which has been far too
27:39
slow feel suddenly poised to move
27:42
forward in a great lead
27:44
each of us are we familiar with a great
27:47
leap forward was that Johnson or is that
27:52
Kennedy China China have the great
27:56
that's right the cultural that
27:57
revolution yes the Great Leap Forward
27:59
the Cultural Revolution Tim Cook doesn't
28:02
say this by accident and I don't know if
28:05
he's lifting the veil and letting us
28:07
know what's coming or if that he's
28:10
signaling to his buddies in China
28:13
I don't know well listen to that one bit
28:15
again it feels suddenly poised to move
28:17
forward in a great lead it's you know it
28:20
was the Cultural Revolution so I found
28:23
an interview this is again that American
28:26
America's thought leaders podcast and I
28:30
pulled a couple clips because this guy
28:32
lays out what the CCP I'm not gonna say
28:35
China but this Chinese Communist Party
28:37
may have been doing at least there's a
28:40
lot of circumstantial evidence and why
28:43
we're in this position now with with the
28:46
influences that have come from the
28:47
outside and now this guy works for the
28:49
epoch time so you got to take that into
28:51
account he's severely biased well he's
28:53
in the epoch time you know better than I
28:54
do what are these guys they're aren't
28:55
they something cult yeah Falun Gong okay
28:59
not a cult but their religion well it's
29:02
not a religious it's a cult maybe go on
29:05
well it's it's an anti Chinese Communist
29:09
Party group so you need to bear that in
29:11
mind but let's start off with academics
29:15
and as we were just talking about and
29:17
the Department of Education what they're
29:19
doing right now about these about the
29:21
corruption and the fraud inside the
29:24
educational system so that is dr.
29:27
Charles Lieber he was the head of the
29:28
chemistry department at Harvard it is
29:31
significant for several reasons first
29:33
off because out in and of itself a top
29:36
professor at one of the probably the top
29:38
university in the United States if not
29:40
the world one of the top was indicted
29:43
and he wasn't indicted for his ties to
29:46
the Chinese regime he was indicted for
29:48
the a slap on the wrist charge like you
29:50
know lying into investigators but what
29:53
he was doing was as he was taking money
29:54
allegedly of course he's hasn't been
29:56
I found guilty at but allegedly taking
30:00
money from the Chinese Communist Party
30:01
under its thousand talents program and
30:04
this is kind of showing a light on the
30:07
issue of Chinese academic espionage it
30:11
has the whole country at least to some
30:13
extent aware now that the Chinese regime
30:15
has been buying off our professors and
30:18
that the Chinese regime has actual
30:19
programs like the thousand talents
30:21
program as many others meant to get into
30:24
our universities and compromise
30:25
professors academics researchers and so
30:28
on and one one thing that's interesting
30:31
now is the Department of Education is
30:34
going through the different universities
30:36
and they're investigating I mean top to
30:39
bottom whether individuals have received
30:41
gifts from foreign governments China
30:44
being the largest that they were not
30:46
disclosing and what they're saying that
30:48
was Charles Lieber dr. Charles Lieber is
30:50
the tip of the iceberg the iceberg
30:56
everybody yeah I like that
30:58
let's stop for a second and analyze what
31:01
the guy said first of all what does it
31:03
mean like I'm a professor let's say I'm
31:06
a professor over here at Cal and
31:07
teaching chemistry and the Chinese are
31:10
coming by you know that by office hours
31:12
they come by they say how you doing
31:14
nobody get would you have to wear that
31:16
we like that we like what you're up to
31:17
and we'd like to you know maybe partner
31:20
with you
31:21
maybe we can do a joint venture
31:22
somewhere down the road you know the way
31:24
these things will operate and and then
31:26
they give me a fifty thousand dollars a
31:29
month they were getting they given blood
31:31
just say they give me a gold Rolex worth
31:34
about twenty grand
31:35
uh-huh and and I'm a good boy and I
31:41
declare it on my taxes is that good
31:43
enough for these people you have to
31:46
disclose that to the university why
31:49
that's part of your of your employment
31:51
agreement I've never heard this well
31:54
that's the understanding I have I've
31:56
never been a professor I've never really
31:58
even been in a university well we have I
32:00
don't know we had you
32:02
but the when you have review of T well
32:05
but there's there's another issue is
32:07
grant money that goes towards specific
32:10
research is also co-sponsored by the
32:13
United States government so that has to
32:15
be known the government I mean I'm sure
32:17
there's disclosure forms
32:19
I don't know 100% what the problem is
32:22
but and these guys also have labs in
32:25
China till they go over there and
32:27
they're working there for a little bit
32:28
they'll come back and they don't allow
32:30
Chi
32:31
well we'll get to all of that let's move
32:33
on beyond the medical to really the
32:36
three Warfare's doctrine that the
32:39
Chinese I believe have been waging on us
32:43
and from the surface standpoint it is
32:45
very much cold war but when it comes to
32:47
the CCP they talk about world view
32:49
warfare they talk about the three
32:51
warfare is in fact adopted into their
32:53
military code as a three Warfare's
32:55
doctrine which is media warfare
32:58
psychological warfare and legal warfare
33:00
it is the war for hearts and minds
33:03
as we would call it but on a very very
33:06
large scale integrated fully into their
33:09
military and done outside of the
33:11
spectrum of normal warfare you know for
33:13
example China Daily had just had to
33:16
disclose finally it's far documents
33:19
showing money it was giving two
33:20
different far Farah is the foreign agent
33:23
Registration Act so if you are lobbying
33:26
on behalf of a foreign and this is
33:28
basically what put Paul mana Ford in
33:29
jail because it didn't file those papers
33:31
sound that's to run its propaganda China
33:34
daily was already right or was already
33:36
registered as a foreign agent of the
33:37
Chinese Communist Party more recently
33:40
under the State Department it was it's
33:42
now classified as a foreign mission of
33:44
the CCP when you're a foreign mission
33:48
you're a branch of the Chinese
33:49
government and so major US newspapers
33:51
we're taking hundreds of thousands of
33:53
dollars each collectively millions of
33:55
dollars from what is really a branch of
33:58
the Chinese government that's for the
33:59
Chinese Communist Party to publish its
34:01
propaganda under under China watch they
34:03
called it now from their standpoint they
34:06
would say oh it's labeled as
34:07
advertisement it's an advertisement
34:10
the question is you know is it they were
34:13
these are the some of the same mountains
34:14
that are making a big deal about Russian
34:16
disinformation affecting our elections
34:17
if you if you look at this question of
34:20
well you think Russian disinformation is
34:22
a problem we don't think Chinese
34:23
disinformation is a problem and you're
34:25
taking money from a foreign government
34:26
to publish it when it's very hostile to
34:29
this country Oh what could possibly go
34:32
wrong now of course you revealed that to
34:33
us months ago and when I said when I saw
34:38
the press release that it was only two
34:40
papers that were mentioned that were
34:42
taking money for these so-called paid
34:44
ads and it was the wall of the
34:46
Washington Post in The Wall Street
34:47
Journal but the I didn't see the New
34:49
York Times that's what I thought too but
34:51
I don't see it listed well that's odd
34:54
yeah and and of course they do the the
34:57
China Daily which may be a different
34:59
publication they're taking money for I'm
35:01
not sure exactly why but everywhere I
35:03
was explicit to newspapers oh it's the
35:05
post in the times it was the post in the
35:07
Wall Street Journal I was very surprised
35:09
anyway let's move over to the political
35:12
landscape but on the broader picture
35:14
there's also political warfare and the
35:16
Chinese Communist Party has the general
35:18
political department hundreds they
35:20
called the the liaison Department we
35:23
heard about Russian interference in
35:25
elections the general political
35:27
department of the Chinese Communist
35:28
Party hundreds of liaison Department as
35:31
is a full-scale operation for political
35:34
warfare it has an entire military branch
35:36
dedicated to political warfare the exact
35:39
thing that people were trying to warn
35:40
about with Russia there's an entire
35:42
military branch under the Chinese regime
35:44
dedicated to that and I believe they've
35:47
also been here in Austin Texas as a you
35:50
know they what these guys do is they
35:51
they try to corrupt governors and I
35:55
presume mayor's Pompeo went out and they
35:57
spoke to the governor's about this
35:59
specifically months we had a clip of a
36:01
do it in months ago and he said hey they
36:03
got a name with your list on it who's
36:05
friendly last year
36:07
OSR 2018 Austin's mayor the Honorable
36:11
Steven Adler led an economic development
36:14
mission to Asia with the Texas Growth
36:16
Fund and I don't know who paid for it or
36:19
now and these things it's usually pretty
36:21
good
36:22
to have foreign investment in your in
36:24
your city spotlight innovation set to
36:27
propel u.s. cities Austin ties with
36:29
China okay that's all fine but then I
36:32
see the headline while Austin's in
36:36
crisis this is from January suit 25th
36:43
mayor escapes on lavish holiday he said
36:46
put posted pictures of himself and his
36:48
family now this is before Corona really
36:50
hit so we really didn't know that this
36:52
was a bad thing he was had a lavish
36:55
holiday in China and you just got a
36:59
thing gee I'd love to see the receipts
37:02
did you pay for all of that yourself
37:05
slightly unlikely I would think it's
37:08
highly unlikely as well so I'd like to
37:10
know about that but this is what's going
37:12
on even in our little Texas town now to
37:15
the cultural part and so the bigger
37:16
picture during the during the Cold War
37:19
with the Soviet Union between the u.s.
37:21
and the Soviet Union mainly was what the
37:23
Soviets called ideological subversion
37:26
this is the this is the idea of how do
37:28
you wage war on a country how do you
37:31
spark revolutions in a country how do
37:33
you how do you change the culture of a
37:35
country without waging open warfare on
37:38
them and so these days they have what
37:40
they call short of war tactics where
37:42
you're pushing here's your bit you're
37:44
pushing your aggression and your
37:46
hostilities right to the boundary of
37:48
what would constitute open warfare but
37:51
you never cross that line so Russia does
37:53
that Iran does it many countries do it
37:55
China is very aggressive on it the
37:57
Chinese regime they would call it
37:59
unrestricted warfare it outlines three
38:02
different categories of warfare
38:04
non-military Trane's military and
38:06
unconventional military and it includes
38:08
things like economic warfare it includes
38:10
things like culture warfare drug warfare
38:12
psychological warfare so drug warfare
38:15
for example where does fentanyl come
38:17
from where do these synthetic drugs come
38:19
from they come from China where did it
38:20
where did the drug cartels in Latin
38:22
America get their precursor chemicals
38:24
from China in fact there was an
38:25
interesting story just recently saying
38:27
that the cartels are having trouble
38:29
manufacturing the drugs right now
38:30
because they were getting their
38:31
ingredients from a factory in
38:33
we're the epicenter of the viruses that
38:35
can't get there they can't get their
38:36
ingredients for their drugs right now
38:38
what is culture warfare that is how do
38:40
you impact the culture of a country who
38:42
controls Hollywood right now who
38:44
controls a lot of the talent houses the
38:46
Chinese Communist Party that I mean
38:47
through their different companies their
38:49
usual sports talent houses AMC Theaters
38:52
is under one of their major companies if
38:54
if companies if films want to get into
38:58
the Chinese market which they need these
38:59
days for the box office they have to
39:01
follow all the Chinese regime's
39:03
regulations on films this includes
39:05
supporting you know core socialist
39:07
values as the CCP would call it and
39:09
because the standards are so tight and
39:11
also not clearly defined which means
39:14
that a lot of them have incentive to go
39:15
above and beyond normal censorship but
39:18
self-censorship some of them even
39:19
co-produced films with Chinese studios
39:22
so that they can be sure that they're in
39:24
line with what the Chinese regime is
39:26
looking for and I can draw the obvious
39:28
conclusion that the investments from the
39:30
CCP in Twitter Facebook Google expansive
39:37
relationships that they are self
39:39
censoring they're censoring you know at
39:43
first I thought it was only for the ads
39:44
but just imagine what kind of trouble
39:47
the CCP can can mean for reddit who
39:51
basically got a saving investment of was
39:53
it 300 million dollars you know so hey
39:57
you want us to freeze the Donald Trump
39:59
no problem frozen got it for whatever
40:01
they want they'll do it
40:03
people are flawed they're lame it this
40:06
has a name the struggle session I got
40:10
this from the book of knowledge struggle
40:13
session was a form of public humiliation
40:14
and torture that was used by the
40:16
Communist Party of China at various
40:19
times in the in the Mao era particularly
40:21
years immediately before and after the
40:23
establishment of the People's Republic
40:24
of China and during the Cultural
40:26
Revolution the aim of a struggle session
40:28
was to shape public opinion and
40:30
humiliate persecute or execute political
40:33
rivals in those deemed class enemies
40:36
this is pretty textbook stuff
40:39
and it didn't happen just overnight you
40:41
know it's not like China woke up one day
40:43
but think about it who really thought
40:45
for decades oh yeah especially what we
40:48
saw when Trump got in to screw things up
40:50
they had to put it in high gear that's
40:52
right and so the fine have to get him
40:54
out yes I agree and in the end the guy I
40:57
don't have it in these clips the guy
40:59
says the problem is that the one thing
41:02
they can't control is what the Chinese
41:05
people see happening here because the
41:08
Great Firewall of China is of course
41:10
bullcrap you know there's a lot of ways
41:12
around it you can't actually segregate
41:15
in the way they're doing it China from
41:17
the rest of the internet and stuff gets
41:19
in if it has to be smuggled in a thumb
41:21
drive and someone's but stuff is getting
41:23
in what they can't have
41:25
is having the Chinese people who are
41:27
very happy in general I believe because
41:29
they came from 30 years ago from crap
41:31
and now they is decent and they got
41:33
phones and they got you know McDonald's
41:36
traffic they got all the great stuff now
41:38
is they can't see that it's so much
41:42
better over here with our stupid
41:43
ideology of capitalism so that's why it
41:46
has to be stopped at all cost because
41:49
they will not be able to hold their own
41:51
people so that's why and we have the
41:54
psychological warfare you talk about
41:56
psychological warfare psychological
41:58
warfare isn't just lying to you it's not
42:00
just propaganda as we would normally
42:01
think of it psychological warfare is
42:04
changing the way you interpret
42:06
information so that you and I can be
42:08
looking at the exact same set of data
42:10
and we would come to wildly different
42:12
conclusions on it so for example with
42:15
this virus right now this pandemic
42:17
you're looking at the Chinese regime's
42:19
handling of the virus we're both look at
42:21
the we're looking at the exact same data
42:22
now do you interpret it as being a sign
42:26
though the Chinese regime did all that
42:28
it couldn't its power it it took very
42:31
strong measures to ensure that the virus
42:33
didn't spread and the rest of the world
42:34
is just being unfair to it or do you
42:36
think the Chinese regime lied to the
42:38
world the Chinese regime
42:40
you know arrested doctors disappeared
42:42
journalists and these types of things if
42:44
you were following only the information
42:47
the CCP was releasing and some of the
42:49
organizations that support the CCP what
42:51
they were saying
42:52
you would view it in line of the ccp's
42:54
you know Pro CCP viewpoint if you were
42:57
following all the real data the for
43:00
example their cover-ups they're lying to
43:01
the world they're you know manipulation
43:04
of data and numbers you would understand
43:06
okay they were they were misleading the
43:07
world they were very dishonest about it
43:10
and know that it's absolutely they did
43:12
not handle it well the idea that they
43:14
handled it well would you would only
43:16
believe that if he believed all of the
43:17
lies that were telling the world most of
43:19
which have been exposed and isn't that
43:21
kind of exactly what we're seeing here
43:23
aren't we seeing people watching the
43:26
same movie but coming away with two
43:28
different two different ideas of what
43:29
happened yeah this is dimension a
43:31
dimension B one movie two
43:33
interpretations yeah and I had this very
43:36
strongly with the Atlanta cop cop
43:40
shooting because before anyone was out
43:42
there laying down all of their
43:44
prognostications etc I had watched all
43:47
the body camera footage and it you know
43:49
it would to me it was quite apparent
43:51
what happened and you know the even
43:54
under the legal definition of deadly use
43:58
of force it was unfortunate but I think
44:01
I don't think it was murder but then we
44:05
get all these interpretations from other
44:07
video and it looks like he kicked him
44:09
and there's omissions even Tucker
44:10
Carlson played the video where the cop
44:13
is chasing the guy he turns around to
44:16
turn around shooting the Taser that is I
44:19
went to black before that so you only
44:21
see running and shots
44:22
it's unbelievable Fox News completely
44:25
complicit in this completely this did it
44:29
last night again two nights in a row
44:31
when he shows the video you see the guy
44:33
running away race yard and you see the
44:38
cop behind him and he turns you don't
44:41
even see that you just hit play you just
44:44
hear the firing and his black with audio
44:46
only
44:46
oh it's despicable I said Tina and I
44:48
fell off the couch but anyway it's being
44:51
interpreted even by the mayor of Atlanta
44:53
coming up with a completely different
44:55
story not at all that the guy was passed
44:58
out the other people were afraid of him
45:00
in the in the Wendy's he was in the line
45:02
cop comes over wakes him up guys
45:04
passes out again wakes him up again hey
45:06
man drive your car over there he drives
45:08
onto the grass totally wasted and that's
45:11
a violation but no he should let him go
45:13
home to his to his daughters and so
45:14
they're building this whole narrative
45:15
around it which if you only saw what you
45:19
you know the first bit from someone else
45:21
yeah that's my interpretation well you
45:23
know what almost happened I drove the
45:25
clip you can play it this is the
45:26
Atlantic cops which wasn't play by any
45:29
the media I mean I tried to find it but
45:31
I had to go right to the ABC station in
45:34
Atlanta to play this clip is the
45:35
Atlantic cops almost went on strike
45:37
also breaking tonight the Atlanta Police
45:39
now addressing reports of an officer
45:42
walk out this comes after reports of
45:44
evening watch Patrol officers ending
45:46
their shifts abruptly turning in their
45:48
keys to their patrol cars and going home
45:51
APD just minutes ago responding to the
45:54
reports calling them inaccurate the
45:56
department is acknowledging a higher
45:58
than usual number of call-outs with the
46:00
incoming shift police say they do have
46:03
enough resources to maintain operations
46:05
and remain able to respond to incidents
46:07
and this comes just hours after former
46:10
atlanta officer Garrett Rolf was charged
46:13
those charges include felony murder
46:15
three counts of aggravated assault with
46:17
a deadly weapon and seven counts of
46:19
violation of an officer's oath Fulton
46:21
County District Attorney Paul Howard is
46:23
recommending he not be granted bond the
46:26
DA says there is no justification for
46:29
the shooting we've concluded at the time
46:32
mr. Brooks was shot that he did not pose
46:37
an immediate threat of death what's
46:39
interesting just interruptus that the
46:41
same prosecutor in Atlanta one week ago
46:44
he was saying that a Taser is a deadly
46:49
weapon and should not be used by police
46:51
he was saying was an absolutely lethal
46:54
deadly weapon that was his argument one
46:56
week ago yet pointing it at someone and
46:59
firing it is not menacing serious
47:05
physical injury to the officer or
47:09
officers the DA says the other officer
47:12
Devon Brosnan has agreed to testify
47:15
against Rolfe for the prosecution but
47:18
and says tonight bras nested resonance
47:20
attorney denies that he has agreed to
47:22
testify or plead guilty
47:24
Brosnan faces three charges aggravated
47:27
assault for standing on Rashard Brooks
47:29
shoulders and then two counts of
47:31
violating his oath of office district
47:34
attorney Howard has recommended a
47:35
$50,000 bond
47:38
so without getting into that just
47:41
quickly I want to I want to and I want
47:43
to get to your your ab new abnormal that
47:48
what is happening in education is really
47:50
we need to look at it very closely and
47:54
what are your children being taught
47:57
Teen Vogue teen teen vogue has an
48:00
article out this week who is Karl Marx
48:03
meet the anti-capitalist scholar the
48:06
communist scholar ideas are more
48:08
prevalent than you might realize and
48:10
they go into this you know of course he
48:12
was even though it was really angles who
48:14
who wrote it and then Marx was a
48:16
basically a blogger but okay
48:19
they they they really hike them up talk
48:22
about all these other great pieces of
48:23
work that he did three volumes of dust
48:25
copy Tom a you know the which of course
48:31
eventually turned into the first
48:33
international I mean all these you know
48:35
it's the socialist ideology and here we
48:38
have a quote public high school teacher
48:39
mark brunt teaches excerpts from the
48:41
Communist Manifesto alongside curriculum
48:43
about the Industrial Revolution in his
48:45
English class he uses the jungle by
48:48
upton sinclair published in 1906 that
48:50
revealed the exploitative workplace
48:52
conditions of the meat industry in
48:54
chicago so he does role playing with
48:57
this class but i you got to wonder what
49:00
are they come what are these kids
49:03
walking away with I wonder if that same
49:05
teacher talks about Upton Sinclair I'm
49:08
very familiar with him I know your stuff
49:10
I know you are he that late in his life
49:12
he meant he mentioned that the jungle
49:14
was largely fictionalized and most of it
49:16
was bullshit no I'm sure he mentioned
49:18
that to the children I said probably
49:20
don't think so dad you're right when I
49:23
teach Marx it's got a lot to do with
49:25
questions of how to think critically
49:26
about history mark says we live under
49:29
capitalism
49:29
capitalism has not always existed it's
49:31
just it goes on and on and on so this is
49:34
a Teen Vogue yep yeah yeah zoom
49:38
acknowledges its suspended activist
49:41
accounts at China's request says NPR and
49:45
there's even the 45 communist goals for
49:49
America that is resurfacing that was
49:51
that that's that's when I was born that
49:53
came out so these things ours and that's
49:56
not bad too you know to have it's good
49:59
to learn all kinds of ideologies of
50:01
course it's just how is it being
50:03
presented and do parents agree with it I
50:07
don't care if I agree with it your kids
50:09
yeah your kids York you want your kids
50:12
learning about being radicalized yeah
50:16
that's pretty much what's going on but
50:19
you know right under your nose exactly
50:22
so I feel that there is a huge influence
50:26
right down to little Austin Texas from
50:29
the Chinese Communist Party and who
50:31
knows what it now the part of the
50:33
culture they were supposed to be very
50:35
involved with South by Southwest this
50:37
year of course that fell through
50:40
now I'm thinking Adler probably
50:42
cancelled because they told him to
50:44
ultimately was it was a good decision I
50:46
guess because the surge is back you know
50:53
we're all dying here in Austin right
50:55
yeah I got under stood that yeah 95
50:59
degree weather yeah yeah now we're we're
51:01
totally dying actually if you want to
51:03
hear it it's kind of funny
51:05
or was it here it is yes he was on NPR
51:10
NPR our mayor was about them actually I
51:13
should set this up just a little bit
51:17
the
51:18
the governor has not made mass mandatory
51:22
now we're going through the surge which
51:26
means we've gone up to I think 22 people
51:31
who met who have been hospitalized per
51:34
day 22 was three million people in Texas
51:37
22 of course retail is opening up again
51:42
and what is every retailer doing whether
51:45
there's suspicion and some just to get
51:47
started because they promised it they're
51:49
doing testing and they're testing
51:50
employees 98 percent has zero symptoms
51:54
but yeah it's a test and oh my god it's
51:56
going up what are we gonna do it's the
51:58
surge stay indoors so Adler the mayor
52:04
mayor Adler wrote a note with I think
52:07
eight other Texas mayors like hey man I
52:11
know we can't supersede you because you
52:14
know it's the law and shit but could we
52:16
at least make mass mandatory please so I
52:19
think they've come to some kind of
52:21
compromise where it can be enforced in
52:24
retail locations but when peddler was on
52:28
NPR this I found this to be very
52:30
interesting in particular how he winds
52:33
it up and ultimately tells you why you
52:34
need to wear a mask Texas governor Greg
52:36
Abbott is sticking with a plan for a
52:38
phased reopening Austin Texas would
52:41
rather not Mayor Steve Adler extended a
52:44
stay at home order yesterday amid news
52:45
of rising coronavirus cases mayor
52:48
Adler's on the line good morning sir
52:49
good morning Steve and I guess we should
52:52
mention this can only be stay at home
52:54
advice actually right you can't give an
52:57
order that that's that's certainly the
52:59
conventional wisdom we know it's the law
53:01
we've been preempted by the state
53:03
granted no it's the law at this point I
53:06
can just make recommendations to the
53:08
community and recognize that the
53:10
community actually chooses what happens
53:12
regardless of what the governor allows
53:14
or doesn't allow our individual choices
53:16
add up to what our community responses
53:18
and apparently he knows exactly what
53:21
that is well how serious is the increase
53:23
in cases where you are you know it's
53:25
it's at the beginning of what looks like
53:28
a little search time a little surge it's
53:33
the beginning of a surge we're testing
53:35
retail employees you dick confirmed
53:38
cases are up 90 percent this week over
53:40
last week our new hospital admissions up
53:43
58 percent week to week from 12 to 22
53:46
yes we should mention the governor Greg
53:48
Abbott declined to order the use of face
53:51
masks the CDC I believe has recommended
53:53
them but president Trump declines to
53:55
wear them do you see a lot of face masks
53:57
oh yeah in places you know you're going
54:00
to some of our grocery stores and
54:02
everyone's wearing a mask employees and
54:04
customers alike would you go into other
54:07
place now that's not true that is just
54:09
not true that at both at HEB and now at
54:12
Whole Foods
54:13
people are not wearing masks Whole Foods
54:15
is almost 100 percent h-e-b 6 to 60%
54:19
that's really our Texas local grocer 60%
54:22
have masks no one has a problem no one's
54:24
I went to the car wash yesterday for the
54:26
first time in months
54:27
I walk in in the the young lady there
54:31
behind the counter has no masks on I say
54:33
hey that's really refreshing I get to
54:35
see a face she says yes I typically
54:37
mirror the the client if they walk in
54:41
with a face match to put the mask on and
54:43
this is how ridiculous it is no one's
54:45
believe in this but ok let's go
54:47
this is restaurants or some of some of
54:50
the club's you're going and then you see
54:52
you don't see any I think we can yeah
54:54
please wear a mask while you're eating
54:56
and open up or at least trying to open
54:58
up parts of the economy if people would
55:00
just follow orders where the base
55:04
companies I know it's inconvenient I
55:05
know it's hot I know it's a nuisance not
55:08
helpful to I know it's all of those
55:09
things and it's hard to do and people
55:12
don't like it but at the same time our
55:14
community has to decide just how much we
55:17
value the lives of folks in our
55:19
community that are over 65 and older we
55:23
have to decide if how much we value the
55:25
lives of the communities of color that
55:27
they're suffering disproportionately
55:28
because of this yes that's if you don't
55:33
wear a mask you're racist thank you
55:36
that's what I was waiting for I'm a
55:38
racist that guy
55:40
is so getting voted out I might as well
55:43
do the mass ink my mice will do the mass
55:45
cuz got two clips in then we're done
55:46
Fouts she lied to us and he doesn't give
55:49
a shit and he's admitting he lied but
55:54
news that he is lied from day one was he
56:00
hiding work with admitting admitting he
56:03
lied he's admitting he lied in this clip
56:06
and it's about face masks cuz if you
56:08
recall in the beginning no no no don't
56:11
worry about the mast really doesn't help
56:13
don't need it that much and he was asked
56:15
about this what about month or so or two
56:18
or three ago when people were saying you
56:21
don't really need to wear a mask well
56:23
the reason for that is that by the way
56:24
he says people that was CDC officials
56:28
it might have been you foul monster wear
56:31
a mask well the reason for that is that
56:33
we were concerned the public health
56:35
community and many people were saying
56:37
this were concerned that it was at a
56:40
time when personal protective equipment
56:42
including the n95 masks and the surgical
56:45
masks were in very short supply and we
56:49
wanted to make sure that the people
56:51
namely the health care workers who were
56:54
brave enough to put themselves in a harm
56:56
ways to take care of people who you know
56:59
who were infected with the corona virus
57:02
and the danger of them getting infected
57:04
we did not want them to be without the
57:07
equipment that they needed so there was
57:10
non enthusiasm about going out and
57:12
everybody buying a mask of getting a
57:13
mask we were afraid that that would
57:15
deter away and the people who really
57:18
needed it so instead of saying American
57:20
people please do not buy a mask right
57:23
now we're working on the problem is very
57:25
important that our first-line health
57:27
care workers have the proper masks
57:29
please do not buy anything yet just hold
57:33
on for a second we're working on know
57:34
you didn't trust the American people
57:37
instead you had to lie now we have masks
57:39
we know that you don't need an n95 of
57:42
you're a person more than every person
57:44
in the street we also know that simple
57:47
cloth coverings that many people have
57:50
can work as well as of masks in many
57:52
cases so right now
57:54
unequivocally the recommendation is when
57:58
you're out there particularly if you're
58:00
in a situation with this active
58:02
infection keep the distance physically
58:04
and wear a mask so although there
58:07
appears to be some contradiction of you
58:09
were saying this then then why are you
58:10
saying this now actually the
58:12
circumstances have changed
58:14
that's the reason why it's I find that
58:18
baffling okay well thanks we were too
58:21
stupid so that's why you had to lie to
58:23
us but it turned out the action were
58:24
kind of important and we could have used
58:26
any kind of face covering oh so annoying
58:31
this guy and confirmed it is indeed his
58:34
wife who is in charge of exemptions for
58:38
biomedical 's biologics I think is what
58:41
it's called for vaccines miss Grady not
58:44
even the same last name that go ahead
58:47
and ask at the dinner table you even ask
58:49
your your Millennials there say do you
58:53
think that's a conflict of interest I
58:55
think they'll say yes
58:57
so the guy who was running the vaccine
59:00
industry almost gets approval for
59:05
exemptions for biologics which are
59:08
vaccines so they don't have to go
59:09
through rigorous testing and they get
59:11
indemnification it's his wife I don't
59:16
know seems odd to me anyway this is
59:22
spilled over so so vastly this mask
59:25
bullcrap that now as masked exotic
59:28
contrast only predicted as you predicted
59:30
no you didn't even predict you
59:32
recognized it masks on Democrat masks
59:36
off Republican Nadler held session
59:40
yesterday and this is what happened the
59:43
gentleman yields back
59:44
I want to announce that in accordance
59:46
with what I said this morning the
59:48
attending physician of the House has
59:51
said that it is imperative for the
59:53
health and safety of people in this room
59:55
that members where that members wear
59:59
masks I would greatly prefer that all
1:00:01
present simply upholds the quorum of the
1:00:03
committee by complying with reasonable
1:00:05
safety standards that are recommended by
1:00:07
the attending position and are
1:00:08
respectful of all the occupants of this
1:00:10
room I have been greatly leaning into
1:00:12
today however I will tell you now that
1:00:16
anyone who is not wearing a mask will
1:00:18
not be recognized to speak period who
1:00:22
seeks recognition
1:00:23
mr. chairman so that's that's a
1:00:27
Republican who's calling be seeks
1:00:29
recognition
1:00:29
isn't that airman miss Escobar was named
1:00:32
chairman a point of parliamentary miss
1:00:33
Escobar is recognized he's basically
1:00:38
skipping right over the Republican as he
1:00:40
just threatened to do because all you
1:00:41
don't have a mask I'm not even
1:00:42
recognizing you tried repeatedly to make
1:00:45
his point repeatedly miss Escobar has
1:00:49
the time miss Escobar has the time mr.
1:01:04
chairman mr. mr. Escobar has indeed mr.
1:01:07
Luger mr. Luger smoke it's anything that
1:01:09
love Lincoln's turn and mr. McLintock
1:01:11
has tried now for several minutes to be
1:01:13
recognized on a point of order there is
1:01:15
no point of order but mr. Chairman I
1:01:18
seek recognition for a point of
1:01:20
parliamentary inquiry this gentleman
1:01:22
will state his point of parliamentary
1:01:24
English I would like the Chairman to
1:01:25
cite the house rule requiring members to
1:01:28
wear masks in house proceedings if we
1:01:31
had such a vote I don't recall it if we
1:01:34
have such a vote I will vote against it
1:01:37
but I will be happy to abide by it it's
1:01:40
a house so decides until then I would
1:01:45
like you to cite me that rule since I
1:01:47
obviously know the chairs authority to
1:01:50
enforce the preservation of order and
1:01:52
decorum during committee proceedings
1:01:53
derives from the speaker's enforcement
1:01:55
authority under Clause 2 of rule 1 and
1:01:57
then I went on four minutes talking
1:02:00
about who had the right to require mass
1:02:02
this is so unproductive the rotting fish
1:02:06
head right there Jerry Nadler
1:02:09
Jerry oh I'm sorry you can't go you
1:02:13
can't you can't he'll ever get up you
1:02:16
can't kneel so and as you know I just to
1:02:20
tie it all up foul Chi of course had a
1:02:22
lab in Wuhan so the CCP and I really am
1:02:27
trying to be careful not saying China
1:02:28
but saying that CCP Chinese Communist
1:02:30
Party these are not our friends and they
1:02:36
have what we need to reinstall the house
1:02:38
on American Activities Committee from
1:02:40
the 50s we're trying to root out the
1:02:43
Communists well let's get the church
1:02:44
committee and everything in them oh
1:02:46
we're at it there's a lot of things we
1:02:48
need Nadler just going all he does is
1:02:51
just looking for the slam trump that's
1:02:53
his whole goal in life he's not doing
1:02:54
any good in the Judiciary Committee no
1:02:56
and the whole Democrat run Congress is
1:02:59
over houses is useless pretty much or
1:03:04
they've all sold out I mean it's
1:03:07
frightening how much they've sold I saw
1:03:08
one of the snippet of one of the Rogen
1:03:11
episodes where he goes after these
1:03:15
stupid a-holes who did that that clip
1:03:18
that I provided a few shows him though
1:03:20
I'm responsible and respite for the
1:03:24
Hollywood cycle of other Hollywood folk
1:03:29
they just ripped these people and write
1:03:32
rightly so there's a whole bunch of
1:03:35
parodies about an old resident so
1:03:37
there's so this the Chinese have not
1:03:40
CC'ing over the place yet CC yet the CCP
1:03:44
I should say see yeah we really so take
1:03:46
me a while yeah me too but and I don't
1:03:50
think it's that important Chinese we
1:03:52
know what we're talking about but these
1:03:54
these a-holes have been problematic why
1:03:57
when we were at me vo there was some you
1:04:00
remember there was some demonstration
1:04:03
and it was there was concealed media
1:04:05
concern that the Chinese were somehow
1:04:08
involved with this demonstration the
1:04:12
dudes like the Chinese nationals and I
1:04:15
went outside during this thing and there
1:04:17
was a bunch of Chinese going by and I
1:04:19
cuz I know there's been a local
1:04:22
California Chinese not like they don't
1:04:25
all look alike the local Chinese look a
1:04:28
lot different than a some guy that just
1:04:30
stepped off to you know stepped off an
1:04:32
airplane yes yeah totally the their
1:04:39
culture is so incredibly different when
1:04:42
it comes to public you know personal
1:04:44
space matters pop manners that we
1:04:47
consider manner so different that's fine
1:04:50
and as we've discussed on the show
1:04:52
before if you bring it to their
1:04:53
attention say hey man give me some space
1:04:55
that's what we do here oh I'm sorry
1:04:57
they'll back off right away they don't
1:04:59
know it but the CCP yeah these are these
1:05:01
these these guys are no good so let's
1:05:05
talk about the new abnormal because I'm
1:05:08
sure it ties into this well I ended up
1:05:10
just as curious because endeavour way
1:05:11
too many cliffs but they're all good the
1:05:14
problem was is I normally do weigh do my
1:05:16
clips for some reason I put the new
1:05:18
abnormal and new abnormal mm-hmm making
1:05:22
me think I had less clips but now I'd
1:05:24
say as long as you let me know which one
1:05:26
has it though in front of it we're good
1:05:28
okay well this is a new abnormal and
1:05:31
this is the what this is the one that
1:05:33
just says new abnormal and advertising
1:05:36
and this is the longest clip this is a
1:05:37
mess then talk about your pivot to
1:05:40
Tucker
1:05:40
so just come to later stop stop little
1:05:44
little setup is needed yeah let me do a
1:05:46
septum new abnormals a podcast with Rick
1:05:48
Wilson one of the guys from the Lincoln
1:05:50
project ah who claims to be a Republican
1:05:53
strategist when he's he apparently he
1:05:56
hates Fox News he hates Trump he hates
1:05:58
everything every Republicans ever
1:06:00
existed and he's just a Democrat who did
1:06:03
he work for I mean surely he has some
1:06:05
Republican credibility then from the
1:06:08
past not that I know I'm Wilson I'll
1:06:10
check him out
1:06:11
look at him up and then he's working
1:06:13
with this woman Molly uh what's her name
1:06:17
Fong got Molly Jung fast and she is
1:06:21
Erica Jong's daughter and she is kind of
1:06:25
a I don't know I can describe her but
1:06:27
she sounds like a witch away she laughs
1:06:29
and she and she's a Democrat socialist
1:06:32
and she has
1:06:36
she outed her I don't have a lot of
1:06:37
respect for because she outed her mom in
1:06:39
a salon magazine article because she got
1:06:42
married and she staged she's not like a
1:06:45
libertine like she called her mom and
1:06:47
talked about her our mom Erica Jong a
1:06:49
famous writer about sex I used to wander
1:06:53
around the house naked and then they had
1:06:56
a bunch of open threesomes yeah I have a
1:07:00
clip over here of the clip of her during
1:07:02
an open threesome that's her and so the
1:07:11
and then she mentioned she had I guess
1:07:14
she apparently had betty Friedan from
1:07:18
the sounds of it over for a threesome so
1:07:25
Molly here is the co-host of this
1:07:28
podcast and they go about you got new
1:07:33
abnormal and advertising a new abnormal
1:07:35
and advertising tucker which were the
1:07:37
ones were you playing there tucker you
1:07:40
only want the real oh okay I see it came
1:07:43
first in the rundown alright
1:07:45
yes I see it is longer okay here we go
1:07:47
hey folks with us today is Matt rivet
1:07:50
the founder of sleeping giants which is
1:07:52
an online campaign to defund hate and
1:07:54
bigotry in the media they have been
1:07:56
doing absolutely amazing work in
1:07:57
pressuring advertisers to get off sites
1:07:59
like Breitbart and shows like the tucker
1:08:01
carlson frozen fish racism hour and frau
1:08:04
ingre hams white power hour on fox they
1:08:06
are bringing this press this is rick
1:08:08
wilson yeah Angra ham i have to hand it
1:08:14
to him frau ingre ham this is good back
1:08:20
it up a little bit hisses tucker thing
1:08:21
was even funnier power the dead fish
1:08:24
white power our doing absolutely amazing
1:08:28
work in pressuring advertisers to get
1:08:29
off sites like Breitbart and shows like
1:08:31
the tucker carlson frozen fish racism
1:08:33
our frozen fish racism our i don't know
1:08:36
what that means but he's jacking it up
1:08:39
that's kind of cool and frau ingre hams
1:08:41
for power out for bringing this pressure
1:08:44
on social media that's actually managed
1:08:46
to drive real results and
1:08:48
delighted to have Matt with us Matt I'm
1:08:50
so excited that you're here today I'm a
1:08:55
big fan sleeping giant
1:08:57
I'm curious can you talk about how you
1:08:59
got started with this cuz it's a new
1:09:01
kind of thing yeah I'm kind of confused
1:09:04
how it all started myself it was all
1:09:06
very quick it was just after the
1:09:08
election in 2016 you know I just got
1:09:11
sort of fascinated with Steve Bannon I
1:09:13
felt like he was a real dangerous guy
1:09:15
and he was using racism as a tool and to
1:09:19
me it wasn't a political thing it was a
1:09:20
I'm scared of racism and anti-semitism
1:09:23
thing and I had never been a Breitbart
1:09:25
before really I wasn't that familiar
1:09:27
with it and went the first time and
1:09:29
those articles blew my mind in a really
1:09:31
big way and I just didn't think that you
1:09:33
could print that kind of stuff and couch
1:09:35
it his news so I'm in advertising I
1:09:38
still AM I'm a copywriter and I went on
1:09:40
to the to see who was supporting it from
1:09:42
an ad perspective and found out that it
1:09:44
was kind of every advertiser in the
1:09:46
world it was just the way that ads are
1:09:48
displayed online and things are
1:09:50
monetized online like Google and
1:09:51
Facebook and these ad networks where
1:09:53
they place all these brands all over the
1:09:54
Internet without any kind of error for
1:09:57
the brand or they don't even know where
1:09:58
they're gonna land most of the time so I
1:10:00
had set up this anonymous Twitter handle
1:10:02
with an anonymous gmail account and took
1:10:04
a screenshot of one of the articles I
1:10:06
think it was heisted high and proud that
1:10:08
confederate claims a glorious heritage
1:10:10
Kamath line and next to an ad for a loan
1:10:13
company called sofa and i just tweeted
1:10:15
it to the CEO and to the corporate
1:10:17
handle because i always heard that if
1:10:19
you you know on twitter and you complain
1:10:21
to an airline if you're sitting on the
1:10:23
runway for two hours they just give you
1:10:24
like 20,000 miles just for complaining
1:10:26
so I'm pretty good at complaining so I
1:10:31
and so I just tweeted it to the company
1:10:34
I said just do you support this because
1:10:35
at the time Steve Madden said it was the
1:10:37
platform for the all right
1:10:38
Android said are you supporting the
1:10:40
platform for the outrage is that
1:10:42
something you want to do and they got
1:10:43
back to me within you know a day and
1:10:46
then this thing just got started and it
1:10:48
just kept going and going going further
1:10:50
than I ever thought but was joined by
1:10:51
nandini Johnny has been working on this
1:10:54
for almost from the beginning and it's
1:10:55
been really wild other
1:10:57
I've joined in and you know not just on
1:10:59
Twitter but to do other stuff and to do
1:11:01
some research and it's been a crazy wild
1:11:04
ride that just continues to go despite
1:11:06
the fact that I would love to hop off
1:11:08
does he make money with this at this
1:11:12
point I don't know but I do know he's
1:11:14
got his professionally designed a logo
1:11:16
which is a vista clenched yes which is a
1:11:18
socialist symbol a cultural
1:11:21
appropriation at best no there's some of
1:11:23
that and I don't know if he makes money
1:11:26
he probably he still he still works as
1:11:28
an advertising guy so I can't say for
1:11:29
sure mm-hmm
1:11:30
I would say we could go to we could go
1:11:36
man let's say we go to couples
1:11:37
everywhere could play the saw new
1:11:39
abnormal rw1 and I just want to play
1:11:42
this he has never raised ever thought
1:11:44
about it before he also isn't a good
1:11:46
reader even on the prompter he's not a
1:11:48
good reader the only time I thought it
1:11:51
would come back to that I don't know
1:11:53
what let's go to the new abnormal and
1:11:55
advertising Tucker this is the one you
1:11:58
were playing originally talk about your
1:12:00
pivot to Tucker so Tucker didn't come
1:12:02
till later but the next one was really
1:12:04
Bill O'Reilly and you know all those
1:12:06
articles came out that said Bill
1:12:07
O'Reilly you know was sexually harassing
1:12:10
women on Fox and the network had settled
1:12:13
32 million dollars in sexual harassment
1:12:15
suits form or something
1:12:16
and so there's cry because it's really a
1:12:19
community that everyone's like we should
1:12:21
do something about this so I've been on
1:12:23
us all everyone said yeah we got to get
1:12:25
involved in this so I was like shit I
1:12:27
don't want to tangle with Fox really
1:12:28
that seems really scary but I just think
1:12:31
we decided let's go for it
1:12:32
and it was within which created these
1:12:35
Bill O'Reilly facts so things that he
1:12:37
had said over time things about his
1:12:39
settlements etc and we just tweeted
1:12:42
those out to advertisers said do you
1:12:44
support this and within two weeks 40 of
1:12:47
them had left and there were other
1:12:48
organisations involved too in that but
1:12:50
you know 48 hours are left and then he
1:12:52
went on a vacation and never came back
1:12:55
that was a real eye-opening
1:12:57
because this is just a Twitter handle
1:12:59
and a Facebook page that's all it is
1:13:01
there's no real organization there's no
1:13:03
fun thing no anything and so just a sit
1:13:05
here and go WOW like I'm on my phone and
1:13:07
all of a sudden this guy that's got the
1:13:10
number one show on cable that's being a
1:13:11
horrendous person is suddenly gone it's
1:13:14
just all we're doing is appealing that
1:13:16
he felt good to their brands and
1:13:18
appealing to their corporate policies
1:13:21
and providing information and that seems
1:13:23
to work this is sort of asymmetric
1:13:25
warfare if you guys hit move and they
1:13:28
can't hold up their own behavior to the
1:13:30
light that's why I think that a lot of
1:13:32
the corporate folks that I've talked to
1:13:33
about your effort and others have said
1:13:35
things like well look I've got to sell X
1:13:37
or Y to 60 plusses I got to be on Fox
1:13:40
but there comes a point where that
1:13:42
cost-benefit equation flips over and I
1:13:44
think we're kind of past it now as you
1:13:45
said they've been looking for eyeballs
1:13:47
for so long and just chasing a
1:13:49
demographic and they don't think that
1:13:51
what they're paying for is actually
1:13:53
they're investing in more of that and
1:13:56
that it can bounce back on their brands
1:13:58
pretty significantly so guys haven't
1:14:00
thought this way before but now I mean
1:14:02
especially on the internet they're
1:14:03
paying for the free internet so what
1:14:05
they choose to invest in is what's gonna
1:14:07
win it's gonna be the thing that's
1:14:08
pushed forward unfortunately for them
1:14:10
they don't know where they're landing a
1:14:11
lot of the time but they're all these
1:14:13
studies that basically say the brands
1:14:14
showing up a negative content
1:14:16
dramatically affect consumers view of
1:14:19
these brands so just to be clear this is
1:14:21
not media matters is not the actual
1:14:24
noodle gun what happens is all these
1:14:26
companies who's using giants not me I'm
1:14:29
sorry sleeping giants well neither are
1:14:31
its once they've done their job the
1:14:34
brand's everyone goes away starts to
1:14:36
start to virtue signal then when they're
1:14:40
still doing something bad that's when
1:14:41
the noodle gun strikes but this is this
1:14:43
is the setup and this has been going on
1:14:45
yeah I mean but sleeping giants stands
1:14:49
on the shoulders of media matters which
1:14:52
started with the Clintons I think yes
1:14:56
but medium matters is old-fashioned yes
1:14:58
I agree angry this is a modern thing
1:15:00
this guy's doing but but he says he kind
1:15:02
of invented it but no this was done by
1:15:04
the right-wingers years ago unless with
1:15:07
these Christian operations
1:15:08
yeah and for some reason they all kind
1:15:11
stop doing it and there's not been no
1:15:14
counter to mediate to this I'm sorry
1:15:17
sleeping giants I and and he talks to be
1:15:21
I mean this was the long interview by
1:15:22
the way and he will goes on and on about
1:15:24
how these this formed in Brazil because
1:15:26
they're out to get balsa narrow it's
1:15:28
just a bunch of lefties that are that
1:15:31
are harassing yeah at the right the
1:15:36
right has done nothing to counter any of
1:15:38
it and these guys have been losing their
1:15:39
jobs left and right yeah that was Tucker
1:15:42
right now to try it did Newt new
1:15:44
abnormal Tucker to hey homo seconds a
1:15:51
new abnormal not the Oh got it so Fox
1:15:57
right now your folks you're looking at
1:15:59
at Fox right now are basically Tucker
1:16:00
and Frau Ingraham you know someone
1:16:05
called it the white power our and it's
1:16:09
not even coated so much anymore and if
1:16:11
I'm a brand I don't understand why any
1:16:13
brand wouldn't want to be associated
1:16:14
with that I understand they're probably
1:16:16
gonna get a great deal on eyeballs right
1:16:18
now but why would you associate with
1:16:20
someone that says that white supremacy
1:16:21
is a hoax I just don't get that the
1:16:24
brand especially these brands they're
1:16:25
right now they're doing these black
1:16:27
lives matter tweets and diversity and
1:16:29
inclusion clauses very public on their
1:16:31
website that's how this works it's just
1:16:33
like okay you're advertising on Tucker
1:16:35
cross him but it says in your site here
1:16:36
that you strongly believe in diversity
1:16:39
and inclusion so why would you sponsor
1:16:40
that and so that's always the logic you
1:16:43
know yeah yeah we understand your logic
1:16:47
let's lift him by their own petard let's
1:16:53
play he now he talks about Kellogg he
1:16:57
there is a there is a a gotcha in their
1:17:00
strategy and they discuss it in this
1:17:02
clip which is the new abnormal or not
1:17:05
the just new new abnormal Kellogg and
1:17:08
Sinclair besides Kellogg's who did you
1:17:11
find were the sort of big ones where you
1:17:13
got them and you were like it's sort of
1:17:15
turned the tide it was endless I mean I
1:17:17
like I had people from Mars that were
1:17:20
like
1:17:21
wanting to talk on the phone and said
1:17:22
like these are ten brands that we're
1:17:25
gonna remove from here and we would like
1:17:26
you to like announce this very publicly
1:17:29
that's now we support and like that's
1:17:31
the goal to come out and not be in favor
1:17:35
of racism enough they can I just this is
1:17:37
a white guy I presume this is the
1:17:39
difference what an idiot
1:17:41
this guy is a total idiot have you never
1:17:44
seen a sharp turn have you never watched
1:17:47
Jesse Jackson that's your business model
1:17:50
you could be so successful with this if
1:17:53
you only pressured him for some money
1:17:55
now you're doing it for free
1:17:57
the thing that's me that's the most
1:17:59
dangerous part about it yeah this guy
1:18:02
thinks he's doing the world a favor and
1:18:04
when he talks about Tucker he says I
1:18:06
can't believe they wouldn't he there's
1:18:08
of other aspects of the site because I
1:18:10
listened to all the Clippers over I just
1:18:11
interrupted it so this one dog but
1:18:12
there's a I just want to bring this in
1:18:14
he talks about these opera and maybe in
1:18:17
this clip but I don't know he talks
1:18:18
about I don't understand how people to
1:18:20
advertise next to a source of
1:18:23
disinformation he calls Tucker's show a
1:18:26
bunch of disinformation he says the same
1:18:28
thing with Ingram showed this
1:18:30
information but White's much I swear we
1:18:33
take a clip and this dissect it and
1:18:36
showing that is where the trickery is
1:18:39
they never know no they just say it they
1:18:45
just say I awhite supremacist that's the
1:18:48
Tucker Carlson he's the white
1:18:49
supremacist I know because I've been
1:18:50
called that because I said I watched him
1:18:53
oh you're white supremacists ok alright
1:18:57
I be in favor of this information and
1:19:01
yeah yeah I'll roll it back a little bit
1:19:03
so we can hear what he says it's pretty
1:19:04
good what a moron
1:19:07
I want to know that's not we support and
1:19:09
like that's the goal you know you want
1:19:10
brands to come out and not be in favor
1:19:13
of racism and not be in favor of this
1:19:15
information what brand goes out and says
1:19:17
I'm in favor of racism buy my products
1:19:19
please and I think that's happening more
1:19:21
and more I think the last two weeks
1:19:22
especially there's a real awakening
1:19:24
around this and this is like the
1:19:27
Superbowl we've
1:19:28
ready for it for the last three and a
1:19:29
half years it's like okay brands finally
1:19:31
get it what they choose to support with
1:19:32
their media dollars really you know
1:19:34
drives the conversation so I know that
1:19:36
we look at foxes like the big it is the
1:19:39
Mount Everest of right-wing racist
1:19:40
agitprop but if you guys right-wing
1:19:42
racist agitprop so what he said I want I
1:19:47
want that on a business card
1:19:50
right-wing racist adjective I gotta
1:19:54
write it down is so fantastic
1:19:56
I like the gut what he comes up with
1:19:57
right-wing racist agitprop because very
1:20:00
creative yes I'm impressed it's like the
1:20:03
big it is the Mount Everest of
1:20:05
right-wing racist agitprop but have you
1:20:07
guys started to look at Sinclair because
1:20:09
they're sort of more stealthy they're a
1:20:10
more at the local station level and
1:20:12
they're doing the same kind of content
1:20:14
not really I mean it's it's a much more
1:20:16
complicated thing right it's like it's
1:20:18
all wrapped up in local news and and it
1:20:20
is crazy dangerous but again this thing
1:20:23
has been really focused on racism and
1:20:25
hate and so it's also just hard to see
1:20:27
all that stuff there's so many channels
1:20:28
and there's so many people saying things
1:20:30
we're in an information war right now
1:20:31
and this information is a huge problem
1:20:34
and I'm really hoping that like industry
1:20:36
groups get together and advertising and
1:20:38
say what do we believe in here you know
1:20:40
now that I think about it Mike the the
1:20:43
my pillow guy all of a sudden he started
1:20:46
selling sheets just sayin she may be a
1:20:51
can take a sheet supplier you know I
1:20:53
think I think we should discuss that
1:20:55
this guy doesn't seem like he's on the
1:20:56
level
1:21:00
all right let's play now this one has
1:21:05
the this is the new abnormal RW one and
1:21:09
then we'll follow that with two he has
1:21:11
never really never thought about it
1:21:12
before he also isn't a good reader even
1:21:15
on the progress that's about talking
1:21:17
about Tucker right no he's talking about
1:21:20
Trump oh okay I'm gonna go back again he
1:21:22
has never raised never thought about it
1:21:23
before he also isn't a good reader even
1:21:26
on the prompter he's not a good reader
1:21:28
the only time Trump comes across a
1:21:30
seeming like he's engaged with the
1:21:31
material is in the asides is in the
1:21:34
ad-libs
1:21:34
oh my goodness
1:21:43
yeah nice find that little clip to be
1:21:46
the most interesting of the whole thing
1:21:48
you just threw right in there for no
1:21:50
reason just it's like Tourette's racism
1:21:52
is equals racism hey stick to the script
1:21:57
you racist so this is even it's actually
1:22:04
skits were so this is the same can I
1:22:06
just saying it with a little more
1:22:08
context is just a question I need to
1:22:10
catch you a question do you think that
1:22:12
these people lead normal lives
1:22:16
it's they seem very obsessed was trying
1:22:20
to find things that they can connect to
1:22:23
turns into Comi agitprop s-- but but do
1:22:27
you think that they're happy I mean and
1:22:29
well let me here's just I wanted to say
1:22:32
this earlier during your presentation I
1:22:34
kind of lost track of it but so my I
1:22:36
have two neighbors next door that are
1:22:38
neurologists and they're usually they
1:22:41
have houses all over the country and
1:22:43
they were they were apparently in
1:22:46
Georgia or if throw in their Florida
1:22:49
house and they couldn't get back through
1:22:50
their normal New Yorker route and they
1:22:51
just moved back into the house mm-hmm
1:22:53
next door and so once we decide to take
1:22:57
your car out of the driveway was it a
1:22:58
bummer I'm sorry which means you had to
1:23:02
take your car out of their driveway
1:23:04
that's what always happens actually keep
1:23:06
a car oh okay okay so they so one of
1:23:09
them the
1:23:10
men is is on the balcony and she says
1:23:15
hiding because I'm in the did you know I
1:23:17
thought with your earshot and I come
1:23:19
over and chat with her a little bit and
1:23:21
Dave you know they're they're real
1:23:23
liberal progressives hate Trump it's
1:23:26
unbelievable mm-hmm and they were in
1:23:28
Florida and they went along with the
1:23:30
whole thing locked down so they never
1:23:33
left the house and they're you know they
1:23:36
just went along with the program right
1:23:37
and I was looking at she looks sick I'm
1:23:42
actually concerned yeah I think she
1:23:43
could drop dead at any point how old I
1:23:46
was they're probably in there are surly
1:23:49
70s hmm um this yeah it's very bad Gigi
1:23:53
at home white as a sheet unhealthy
1:23:59
looking it's like it looks like you're
1:24:00
looking at it you're a zombie a dead
1:24:02
person and I'm thinking this is
1:24:04
interesting because the Democrats and
1:24:07
all their mask-wearing you know bring a
1:24:08
lot of carbon dioxide in those masks
1:24:10
like yeah yeah they couldn't a bag over
1:24:12
your head and not for good stuff not for
1:24:16
fun it's they're the ones that are
1:24:20
suffering the consequences not the
1:24:23
Republicans who don't wear the mask and
1:24:24
then cheat and go outside with the
1:24:26
Karen's go exactly so they're like
1:24:29
killing their own or calling it calling
1:24:32
it could be calling yeah all right so
1:24:35
here's the same clip one is a little
1:24:37
more extension to the extension - this
1:24:39
is a thought new abnormal RW - isn't the
1:24:43
asides is in the ad-libs the racism he
1:24:46
really comes alive when he gets to say
1:24:48
racist stuff look when you see the
1:24:50
window open into Donald Trump's ego or
1:24:52
his it'd but that's when it's real
1:24:54
that's when you hear the real thing and
1:24:56
you can see those moments and this
1:24:58
speech he didn't really break away from
1:24:59
the speech much but if you look at Trump
1:25:01
reading off a prompter and then what he
1:25:04
jumps out of characterization so this is
1:25:06
still are they still talking with with
1:25:09
the with the gentle Jolly Green Giant
1:25:12
guy yeah but they jumped they went into
1:25:15
a tangent that I thought was amusing
1:25:16
okay so it's but it's in that context so
1:25:19
it's like racist racist racist
1:25:22
haier ingre afro hair frau ingre hem
1:25:26
white power our Trump that's it okay I
1:25:29
got it orange man bad much but if you
1:25:32
look at Trump reading off a prompter and
1:25:34
then what he jumps out of character
1:25:36
where he's playing the president like a
1:25:38
guy you wouldn't hire for a Dave Hart he
1:25:40
jumps out of character understand what
1:25:42
character is he playing when he breaks
1:25:49
out and he's the real Donald Trump
1:25:51
that's when it's genuine but just like
1:25:54
all these it's like he's playing the
1:25:55
president in a Shrunk NATO part 19 movie
1:25:58
for five minutes and reading off the wow
1:26:00
in 1990 called that like the reference
1:26:02
back prompter as if he is whacked out on
1:26:05
Thorazine he's basically only genuine
1:26:07
when he's making fun of people right
1:26:09
insulting people aggrandizing himself or
1:26:13
soaking racial hatred right it's too
1:26:25
much for me this is a podcast what a
1:26:28
great invention proud of this
1:26:32
congratulations Mr curry good work all
1:26:35
right so let's play now I got two more
1:26:37
left and this is kind of the interesting
1:26:39
one to me this is the new abnormal the
1:26:42
new abnormal Tucker I think this is
1:26:45
Tucker three oh no no no oh we never
1:26:48
played Tucker three let's play new
1:26:52
abnormal Tucker three and then I then I
1:26:53
get two left okay yeah can we ask you
1:26:55
this who are the big advertisers I mean
1:26:57
not not like my pillow and fish oil
1:27:00
supplements who are the big guy yeah
1:27:01
they're coming they're coming
1:27:02
choice was left on those shows at night
1:27:05
they're almost zero no they're almost
1:27:07
down to nothing I think from big
1:27:10
advertisers sandals is probably like the
1:27:12
biggest which they seem to stick with
1:27:15
them no matter what sandals chlamydia
1:27:18
Beach Bahamas that's fine yeah if you
1:27:22
want to stick with it that's on you and
1:27:24
that's what you believe in and that's
1:27:25
fine but most of them don't and they've
1:27:27
all kind of run for the hills for the
1:27:29
most part because people are just
1:27:30
they're noticing it now they see it and
1:27:32
consumers see it most consumers aren't
1:27:35
with race I mean there's some sure but
1:27:37
most of them are so you just want to
1:27:39
avoid that I have a comment about that
1:27:43
but I don't want you what your next
1:27:45
clips are so hold back well let me get
1:27:48
these two out of the way them you can
1:27:49
comment I think by the way that there
1:27:51
were him calling it chlamydia Beach is
1:27:53
actionable yeah I think makers to make
1:27:57
work of that yeah I would okay now this
1:28:01
is the part these two Clips kind of
1:28:02
point out a certain kind of hypocrisy
1:28:04
that that these sorts of people always
1:28:09
exhibit you know there's so cocksure
1:28:11
about everything and so they talk and
1:28:12
talk and talk and so the apocrypha just
1:28:14
kind of comes in there because they
1:28:15
don't they're not looking for it so this
1:28:17
is the new ab north the new abnormal
1:28:19
three kicker well that's the reason the
1:28:23
daily caller foundation goes after you
1:28:25
because it's funded by anonymous
1:28:26
tax-deductible things by who don't want
1:28:29
their fingerprints on it either but
1:28:30
they're certainly happy to have the
1:28:32
little like alright minions out there
1:28:34
playing their little games yeah man i
1:28:36
would love for this some legislation
1:28:37
that happens at some point and i doubt
1:28:39
that it could that an outlet on their
1:28:41
website will have to list their
1:28:43
ownership on the front page because we
1:28:44
need to know who's funding these
1:28:46
messages because it doesn't matter which
1:28:48
political ideology it is it's just bad
1:28:51
to have someone behind something and and
1:28:53
we don't really understand who's paying
1:28:54
for it oh be careful what you wish for
1:28:59
rick comes on as well you know there's
1:29:01
anonymous jerk cause they're gonna so
1:29:03
let's go but you know earlier you you
1:29:06
may more me i'm not admissible i have a
1:29:08
five second sub clip after listening to
1:29:11
this all we should have legislation
1:29:13
about these people so we know who they
1:29:15
are because they're all anonymous now
1:29:17
let's listen to this clip new abnormal
1:29:19
and advertising sub clip i had set up
1:29:22
this anonymous twitter handle with an
1:29:24
anonymous gmail account and took a
1:29:26
screenshot yeah of course anonymous
1:29:29
he got out it started off as an
1:29:31
anonymous guy himself well Danny but
1:29:34
nobody else can do it but the Daily
1:29:36
Caller outed him that's why he's pissed
1:29:38
off The Daily Caller outed him and then
1:29:41
the New York Times got wind of it and so
1:29:42
then he had to come clean and admit that
1:29:44
it was him yeah well gee poor baby yes
1:29:48
well here's here's kind of the the funny
1:29:51
the funny part of this variety did a
1:29:55
piece about this
1:29:56
so the advertisers when they're
1:29:59
pressured by sleeping giants or Media
1:30:03
Matters whoever's but sleeping giants
1:30:05
they call up Fox and they say hey Fox
1:30:08
reallocate and so Fox just reallocates
1:30:12
that that commercial into a different
1:30:16
time slot that is not being pressured
1:30:18
and so basically anything but Tucker
1:30:20
Carlson actually there's their media
1:30:23
spend remains the same they do not they
1:30:27
do not spend any less money and the
1:30:30
exposure it's not during Tucker's show
1:30:32
but it actually gives Fox News the
1:30:34
opportunity to sell ads even if they're
1:30:37
the my pillow guy to other entities they
1:30:40
are making more money because of this
1:30:42
that's that's what I find the funniest
1:30:47
well they think they're doing everyone a
1:30:49
favor
1:30:50
and yeah yeah well not with that trick
1:30:52
that's not working that's not working
1:30:55
advertisers you know like yeah sure but
1:30:58
they're not they're not pulling their
1:30:59
ads they're getting the same reach
1:31:01
they're getting the same ratings just
1:31:02
not identifiable in that particular
1:31:04
segment and the Fox's content is pretty
1:31:08
neutral I mean read says fair I mean
1:31:11
it's just like any other newscast yeah
1:31:13
yeah I'd say so
1:31:15
well Hannity is anything but news you
1:31:20
mentioned that because this came to mind
1:31:22
I was watching something yesterday and I
1:31:23
was watching Hannity interviewing Trump
1:31:26
Lindsey Graham's
1:31:27
oh yes that was a trump came on right
1:31:29
and I exactly and I said well this is
1:31:33
interesting
1:31:33
Hannity is never mentioned as a target
1:31:36
know I know that Limbaugh was targeted
1:31:39
once that he wormed his way out of it
1:31:41
but Hannity I don't recall and Hannity
1:31:44
is the tub thumper for the Republican
1:31:46
Party no I don't understand why they
1:31:48
don't target him the only thing I can
1:31:50
imagine is he has deep ties I think his
1:31:54
parents were both FBI
1:31:56
maybe CIA he always wears an FBI and the
1:32:00
CIA pin every day
1:32:01
he was boasting about it yes I mention
1:32:04
it he was boasting about it yeah yep so
1:32:06
maybe he has I don't know maybe he's got
1:32:09
some protection somehow but he's also
1:32:11
boring I mean he's like a block of
1:32:13
granite
1:32:14
he just says the same thing over and
1:32:16
over again like I was waiting for Trump
1:32:20
and I cut out after Lindsey Graham I
1:32:22
can't watch this anymore it's too stupid
1:32:24
lady G Lindsey Graham lady G hear about
1:32:29
that no it was true he was outed for
1:32:33
trolling for male prostitutes all I
1:32:36
heard was a handle lady G it probably is
1:32:42
but but yeah so Hannity has never
1:32:46
mentioned never mentioned he wasn't even
1:32:48
mentioned he doesn't get man now let
1:32:50
alone targeted late yes leave something
1:32:54
up with him Lindsey Graham in the
1:32:56
streets lady G in the sheets amuse
1:33:04
yourself someone sent me a 43 set one of
1:33:07
our producers sent me a 43 second Rick
1:33:09
Wilson anti-trump rant which he edited
1:33:11
together you want to hear it sure
1:33:14
Donald Trump has rescheduled his
1:33:16
Juneteenth rally in Tulsa in the
1:33:18
Oklahoma stance and has now moved it to
1:33:21
a day later and has summoned a loya
1:33:24
jirga of his Trump hotties I'm mixing
1:33:27
all kinds of metaphors all you Middle
1:33:29
Eastern scholars just let me roll this
1:33:31
so that next Saturday they're going to
1:33:33
have a super spreader Palooza it's like
1:33:35
a Phish concert for Mogga people in
1:33:38
Tulsa eita this rally set to be sort of
1:33:40
a delicious toxic slurry of everything
1:33:42
it's got Trump racism it's got someone
1:33:44
dividing the country along racial lines
1:33:46
in a moment where you know everything's
1:33:48
calm racially speaking it's got the
1:33:50
chance to jam people into an arena to
1:33:53
serve as plague bearers for these super
1:33:55
spread of kovat it's just got everything
1:33:57
you know we should keep our eye on this
1:34:01
guy cuz he's signaling we're troubles
1:34:03
ahead you know it's gonna be a mess in
1:34:06
Tulsa you know it's gonna be a mess you
1:34:08
know that they're gonna strike they're
1:34:10
gonna say they're gonna do something
1:34:11
that's gonna be nasty you can just wait
1:34:13
for it look
1:34:15
go back to the talk the discussion of
1:34:17
striking and the fact that the Atlanta
1:34:19
Police Department may have done a
1:34:21
walkout I am waiting for one of the
1:34:24
police departments to go on strike yeah
1:34:27
and I'm surprised it hasn't happened
1:34:30
already and there's and it's happened
1:34:31
before in history in the 70s it happened
1:34:33
a number of places including New York
1:34:35
City the police went on strike and this
1:34:37
becomes a real problem for them every
1:34:39
now is this are all police unionized all
1:34:42
police department is a lot of police are
1:34:44
unionized and this is another thing that
1:34:46
gets me why is the left the talking
1:34:49
points that Democracy Now folks to Rick
1:34:51
Wilson's of the world is people all big
1:34:53
Pro Union Pro Union and then when the
1:34:57
police union comes along they're not pro
1:34:59
union with them what white what is
1:35:02
different about any unions or unions if
1:35:04
you're a pro union person and you're
1:35:06
pushing like unions and then the first
1:35:09
thing you hear when you're mentioned
1:35:09
well you know certain people shouldn't
1:35:11
have to unionize government workers
1:35:13
probably but then the biggest reason you
1:35:15
have to me the tube Service Employees
1:35:19
International and American Federation of
1:35:22
state government and municipal workers
1:35:25
that's the after me operation and these
1:35:27
are giant unions of of government
1:35:31
workers that are so totally supported by
1:35:34
the Democrat Party but a police union is
1:35:37
not now what's the difference you like
1:35:40
to teachers unions but you don't like to
1:35:42
police you in just because the police
1:35:43
changes that they decide to go and
1:35:44
strike everybody in in an old-fashioned
1:35:47
way all the unions have this stop work
1:35:50
here's a question so with this union
1:35:54
would the striking officers get a some
1:35:57
kind of wage from the union is that is
1:35:59
that still a case that's still a thing
1:36:01
like he's guards they have a fund for
1:36:03
specific fund cuz you know these cops
1:36:06
don't make a lot of money man they don't
1:36:08
make a lot of money most of them well
1:36:10
during these riot air is a lot of cops
1:36:12
in some jurisdictions are making 200
1:36:14
bucks an hour so they're happy with the
1:36:15
overtime yeah I'll send you out into the
1:36:17
riot and give you 200 bucks an hour
1:36:19
well I'm not going okay now that the
1:36:22
point is is though unions do a lot of
1:36:25
things for further for the people in the
1:36:27
Union and one of them is to keep
1:36:29
members from getting fired so they make
1:36:32
a big fuss now when the New York
1:36:35
Teachers Union has a teacher who's
1:36:37
getting fired they put him in the rubber
1:36:39
room where he gets paid his full salary
1:36:42
and doesn't do any work and that's
1:36:44
apparently okay
1:36:45
but when a policeman's Union keeps a cop
1:36:49
from getting fired for whatever reason
1:36:52
that's bad so how is it bet you'd make
1:36:55
up your minds if you're gonna be Pro
1:36:57
Union you have to be all-in which means
1:37:00
that the police unions is illegitimate
1:37:02
as any other Union say Union
1:37:04
it keeps cops from getting fired it
1:37:06
defends policeman's rights it does all
1:37:08
the things that unions do and I find it
1:37:10
baffling and Democracy Now is the worst
1:37:12
case of this that these pro-union
1:37:15
Trotskyites they're all over the place
1:37:16
and they're all in the broadcasters
1:37:18
they're all everywhere and now they're
1:37:20
teaching kids to be Marxist which is
1:37:22
fantastic they're all for all this stuff
1:37:24
into except for this one makes no sense
1:37:29
those interesting troll room gave me a
1:37:31
lot of pushback Oh cops make a lot of
1:37:33
money they got paid a lot for driving
1:37:35
around not doing shit okay trolls I see
1:37:37
in 49,000 to $65,000 a year in Austin in
1:37:42
Austin yeah you're getting by your wife
1:37:47
is working and you're living around this
1:37:52
is that the support for the police is
1:37:54
not I mean this is not gonna work out I
1:37:57
mean if we remember somebody pointed out
1:37:58
during the Nixon's run for president he
1:38:01
swept into office and during an era of
1:38:04
rioting and police bashing and it's
1:38:08
Athiya this is the setup for Trump being
1:38:11
reelected the way I'm seeing and I don't
1:38:13
think anybody on the other side I find
1:38:15
this very interesting John that I see a
1:38:19
definite bias amongst our trolls
1:38:23
that cops need to shut up but they're
1:38:25
making enough and with overtime they can
1:38:27
make $100,000 they're very little very
1:38:29
little compassion for them interesting
1:38:32
buzz media yeah and a good job yeah I
1:38:35
think so too
1:38:36
uh well so where are we at now with all
1:38:42
this I think we're at the breakpoint
1:38:45
yeah I think so too and that's why I
1:38:48
would like to say in the morning to you
1:38:50
and thank you for your courage the man
1:38:52
who put both C's in the CCP John C
1:38:55
Dvorak John cccc devorah exactly in the
1:39:03
morning I'll ship sassy boots on the
1:39:04
ground feet in the air subs in the water
1:39:06
all the Dames and nights out there in
1:39:07
the morning to our trolls I love I love
1:39:10
our trolls they they never they never
1:39:13
said they're never boring there's always
1:39:15
something new with the trolls and you
1:39:17
can be one of them in fact you probably
1:39:18
are you just don't know where your
1:39:20
bridge is this is the troll room it's no
1:39:22
agenda Stream dot-com no agenda stream
1:39:24
comm is where you go and you will you
1:39:28
okay what happened there did you the mic
1:39:30
fall off no I just moved it okay
1:39:34
not only can you sit there and troll
1:39:36
along with the live shows but you can
1:39:38
also troll
1:39:39
shows that are recorded which is even
1:39:41
funnier cuz the hosts won't respond to
1:39:42
you but you'll have other trolls around
1:39:44
you and it gets to be said also while
1:39:46
you're in there let me see how many we
1:39:48
have that let me see how many we have
1:39:49
today will troll count 1440 hear that
1:39:53
Horowitz is gonna do the Nick or did the
1:39:55
Nick to rat show no that's that's the
1:40:01
kind of stuff that goes on and no agenda
1:40:03
stream calm that's exactly right that's
1:40:05
how it works it is it's cool as so many
1:40:08
different people all jamming together as
1:40:10
part of our value for value network and
1:40:12
while you're there you can also get an
1:40:13
invite for no agenda social calm which
1:40:16
is our federated social network about
1:40:20
6,000 members I think and it's a very
1:40:23
high signal-to-noise so you can really
1:40:26
you know you get I get AG lot of good
1:40:28
show prep from there and this even
1:40:30
engage sometimes in the conversation
1:40:32
which of course you can't do anywhere
1:40:33
else
1:40:33
and then I'd like to say in the morning
1:40:38
to our artists four episodes 1251 we
1:40:44
titled that viewpoint discrimination
1:40:47
speaking of democracy now it was I don't
1:40:51
know if as Gabe Grider ever had a piece
1:40:54
of art selected by us in the past uh
1:40:57
he's pretty fairly new some probably not
1:41:00
know some interesting art though but
1:41:03
really hit it just squarely with so if
1:41:07
you know the democracy and our logo
1:41:08
everyone's seen this artwork is instead
1:41:10
of democracy now mob rule now with the
1:41:13
Statue of Liberty with a Molotov
1:41:14
cocktail
1:41:15
how could you argue with that that was
1:41:18
dynamite it was right off the bat like
1:41:20
that's the one it's just that it pops
1:41:22
out you know it it's you sometimes you
1:41:24
can't explain art other than that it
1:41:26
just nailed it thank you very much Gabe
1:41:28
brighter and welcome thank you for your
1:41:30
value provided to the community this is
1:41:34
actually this would be look on it look
1:41:35
pretty good on t-shirt although I don't
1:41:38
yes I mean right right on a mug to run a
1:41:43
mug no agenda shop sure for sure yeah no
1:41:46
agenda shop comm does that and they they
1:41:50
make sure they get permission from the
1:41:51
artist of course it says no no agenda
1:41:53
art generator so it's there and then
1:41:56
when once they put it on stuff they sell
1:41:58
it they give a third to the artist keep
1:42:00
a third for themselves and eventually
1:42:01
wind up giving a third to the show no
1:42:03
contracts love it and thank you again
1:42:07
Gabe
1:42:07
Grider no agenda art generator comm
1:42:10
where you can participate yourself of
1:42:12
course it happens during the live show
1:42:14
but you can also see all these well tens
1:42:16
of thousands of pieces of art that have
1:42:20
been uploaded and collected over the
1:42:21
past decade or so yeah thank you very
1:42:24
much for your courage all of your you
1:42:26
know your site where we put that where
1:42:29
the art was put up and submit remember
1:42:34
this is interesting you bring this up
1:42:36
yes whatever happened to those art piece
1:42:38
well that's what happened to the first
1:42:40
two years of Clips archive
1:42:43
we this was a very big lesson for me and
1:42:46
for the show and for many with me we
1:42:49
were using something called drop dot IO
1:42:51
if you remember and drop do was a place
1:42:56
we it was kind of an early file-sharing
1:43:00
essentially you could just drag a file
1:43:03
in there and it would it would then
1:43:04
create what is called the drop and then
1:43:06
you had a link so he could share it he
1:43:08
could build a page and so we were saving
1:43:09
artwork and and other people were
1:43:12
creating drops and sub drops and then
1:43:14
one day drop said well we're closing
1:43:17
everything sorry I didn't have time for
1:43:19
you to take your your content off but oh
1:43:21
well we're not hired somewhere I forget
1:43:23
where they went I should look that up
1:43:25
where those dicks go drop welcome to the
1:43:29
Internet and a bull crowd and they were
1:43:32
basically bought out for the team and
1:43:36
they just closed it and then all of our
1:43:37
stuff was Facebook acquired it that all
1:43:39
that there you go we can recently
1:43:43
confirm we we can confess book says we
1:43:45
can confirm we've recently completed a
1:43:47
small talent acquisition for drop do
1:43:51
acquired most of the company's assets
1:43:52
yeah and our clips and our art yeah
1:44:02
that's what happened
1:44:03
have a few people of things that's why I
1:44:04
don't I don't have I don't have some
1:44:07
stuff from the early days yes we have
1:44:09
starting with mr. funghi funghi LLC in
1:44:13
Corvallis Oregon a mushroom grower worth
1:44:15
a thousand dollars and wrong holy crap
1:44:19
1010 you get your PIN out because I
1:44:21
didn't send this information to Eric
1:44:22
okay one thousand ten and five cents all
1:44:26
right and he has the note you sent in
1:44:28
his skimming as a chicken forgive me
1:44:30
Father for I have sinned I've been
1:44:32
overly occupied with my new startup and
1:44:34
I have not donated please d douche me
1:44:36
yeah okay no problem here we just
1:44:47
donation in the amount of 10 1005 double
1:44:50
dimes on the nickel nice I like it
1:44:54