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August 2nd, 2020 • 2h 59m

1265: Ear Trumpet

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my pronouns are z zoom and zeus please
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adam curry john c divorce it's sunday
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august 2nd 2020 this is your
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award-winning
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nation media assassination episode 1265.
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this is no agenda protesting
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peacefully and broadcasting live from
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opportunity zone 33 here in the frontier
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of austin texas capital of the drone
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star state
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good morning everybody i'm adam curry
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and from northern silicon valley where
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everybody is soapy
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i'm john cena vorak
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we're all soapy together that's that's
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us on a sunday
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it's a soapy sunday no agenda
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and i'm sure i've survived i survived
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antifa
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the riots snipers on the roof in
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downtown austin
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boogaloo boys
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this is this this is what we heard
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yesterday
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oh if you live downtown uh keep your
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eyes open
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it looks like auntie antifa is trying to
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put snipers on rooftops
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and the boogaloo boys are uh assembling
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near i-35 and
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oh man sounds like world war three right
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there in the town yeah so
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no on zero evidence of any antifa there
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were probably
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i'd say about ten all combined
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throughout the evening groups of
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predominantly white kids um in their
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saturday night go out and party dress
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many of them
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not not a lot in black and helmets and
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they were
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you know kind of mulling around and then
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they'd stand in the street and they
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blocked the traffic and
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oh boy so horrible there's no fighting
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that's not the way mimi tells it oh she
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calls she calls me up and says hey
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what the hell is going on in austin i
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said some guy
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shot some guy goes up to his car
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brandishes an ak-47
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the guy guns him down yeah but that was
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that was so last week
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and i said to her what that was last
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week and she says no no it happened
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again i guess
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no no no no i said really check the date
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on the article
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it was a cnn story dated yesterday
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really huh well
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i said well look at okay and she's now
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she's confused yeah i said okay let's
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look up the guy's name who's the shooter
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who's the guy got shot
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she looks up the names i said now put
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that in and see what happened
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and she says oh yeah it's the same same
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story only they just changed the date
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line
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unbelievable actually very believable
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what am i saying
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so yeah it wasn't bad at all there was
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there was no problem and
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you know when the kids were kids i'm
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going to just say kids when they were
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blocking the street
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you know this is austin pd we're not
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going to come there and fight you
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we're gonna trot in on our 1200 pound
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horses
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and nudge you aside and it's such a
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great
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tool for this type of protest
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because yeah look they're on the street
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get off the street you don't want the
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kids
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screaming in the cops faces at eye level
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so you bring in the horse the kids
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they they're of course the horse of
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course the horse of course is very
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intimidating
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but it's like
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[Music]
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you're being cruelty to animals man you
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can't be doing that with a horse
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so they brain freeze they can't figure
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out what to do it's like oh it's a horse
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fuck after after horse oh if it's a
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horse oh it's a horse the horse doesn't
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know any better
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so they just kind of disperse and go off
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to the side
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very effective that's the way that's the
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way to handle them with the horse they
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don't know what to do
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even better if you have a horse and you
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have a emotional support
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goat on the team the kids will run away
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right immediately
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well we don't have anything like that
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going on around here i did
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look up by the way uh the legal
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definition of
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peaceably assemble because everyone's
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talking about we got the right to
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protest peacefully
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but the constitution actually uses a
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different word
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it's peaceably and peaceably is not
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uh that you're just uh walking around in
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uh you know
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being nice and and and shouting stuff
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no the tranquility enjoyed by a
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political society internally by the good
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order which reigns among its members and
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externally by the good understanding
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it has with all other nations in other
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words
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uh not merely a state of response and
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security
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uh a state a sense of state
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and security in a technical sense
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uh applied to the internal regulations
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of the nation in other words
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the way i read this complicated
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definition
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is if you're protesting peaceably that
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would mean that i feel
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calm and at peace that i'm not worried
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about you
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it's a small distinction but i think
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words matter
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well i think you should take it up with
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the times editorial board
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yeah okay i'll get right on that
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eight cars by the way eight no bonus
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no no the bonuses are rare nowadays
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stable as she goes everybody stable as
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she goes
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you know we had that eight car zephyr
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plus the two bonus cars bitcoin went to
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twelve thousand dollars it was crazy
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maybe it's a bitcoin indicator maybe
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it's time i don't know
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who goes to seven cars i'd short exactly
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exactly all right where do you want to
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start do you have any kovid stuff that
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we should talk about just to uh
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i don't think there's a lot of super new
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stuff
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well i do have the rundowns which i mean
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here's a couple of this would be kind of
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interesting it's kind of coveted related
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because it's mostly about covet
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because it's about trump uh yes
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as it goes but uh let's take a look at
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uh well first of all let's do this
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little thing so we can get a little
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propaganda in there by playing an amy
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goodman clip
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uh just listen to the way they do play
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this one up this coveted in the
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confederate
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states us coronavirus death toll has
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topped
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150 000 wednesday the highest of any
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nation
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by far the hardest hit states per capita
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are florida louisiana arizona
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mississippi alabama nevada south
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carolina texas idaho tennessee and
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georgia
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a list that includes all seven of the
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original confederate states
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thanks amy am i now uh just
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automatically a racist for just living
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here am i a horrible confusion
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yes this is that's pretty lame man
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oh that's what do you expect a bunch of
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trotskyites over there at that place
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that's pretty all right so uh this is an
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interesting
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uh comparison and contrast
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cbs has gotten to the point where their
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teaser which is their first
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one 45 to two minutes at the beginning
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of the show which wraps up the show in
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advance
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so smart money can just listen to that
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know what the news is about and stop
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listening
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right oh yeah no yes we played these
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we're the whole news is
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every story they do 30 seconds you
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pretty much don't have to watch after
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that we've heard these these are good
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yeah well this is what this is the one
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well here's what's happening at cbs with
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nora
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let's first play the cbs teasers nora
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and from the cdc america
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20 000 more deaths in the next three
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weeks
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and florida in the middle of a pandemic
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now break
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now brace tonight the start what's going
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on here
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that's that's your clip doing doing
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weird stuff
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did you mean for that to happen i'll
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tell you what happened there
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i'm surprised it's on there uh what i
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would
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when i'm cueing up a clip when i'm
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recording it i have to
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sometimes i don't have the right the
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right beginning
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so i clip it and clip it and and what
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happens is you get that herky jerky and
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i usually erase that
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okay but for some reason they got on the
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clip but so you get to hear the herky
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jerk part of the editing process
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and i'm sorry you have something to say
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to me about soapy but herky jerk is okay
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key jerk please give me a break bottling
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new prediction from the cdc
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america could see 20 000 more deaths in
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the next three weeks
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and florida in the middle of a pandemic
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now bracing for a hurricane
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florida's governor declaring a state of
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emergency
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shutting down coveted testing sites the
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president on the ground there tonight
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greeting a crowd of supporters
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without masks all this says hurricane
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isaiah pounds the caribbean with
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devastating floods
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and is now threatening major cities
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along the east coast
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deadline looming more than 25 million
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americans will lose
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critical unemployment aid at midnight as
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congress goes home for the weekend
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without reaching a deal unfounded
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attacks on mail-in voting
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the president continues to undermine the
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long-standing practice of voting by mail
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growing concerns that the u.s postal
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service led by one of president trump's
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biggest donors
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is slowing mail service is the mail is
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backing up
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is getting delayed democrats tonight
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accuse president trump
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of undermining democracy
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bitcoin bust tonight florida authorities
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arrest the mastermind behind that
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twitter attack
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of 130 accounts including president
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obama
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jeff bezos and elon musk turns out
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he's 17 years old and tonight
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cbs's steve hartman is on the road with
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a local businessman
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who's helping send 75 kids to college
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[Music]
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well honey bring over the ben and
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jerry's it's going to be a great show
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with nora
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now somebody's been doing giving
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immediate training to her
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so she's now when she's her last word in
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a sentence or a phrase
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is always stretched yeah yeah she's
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stretching so the the visuals are
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overlap it's it's kind of it's a cool
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trick if you do it well
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well she's not doing it well
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and by the way um thanks to dame
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jennifer what a fantastic
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animated no agenda with nora and bill
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gates
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that came out yeah that was a very good
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one it was definitely good
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loved it a lot um so norah's
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you know so so now the way they've
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structured the show
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she does that rundown that's a 145
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and she doesn't so she starts then they
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go to you know they take the break
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start the show she starts off and it
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basically does the same thing again
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no well you just heard what you heard
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right
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yeah now let's listen to this is the
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first part of the show
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uh which is the what's the kind of call
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this clip it's uh
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cbs continues this is the who that she
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she talks about everything she talked
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about she's like
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it's like the old thing they always tell
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you when you're supposed they supposedly
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tell you this when you're a public
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speaker
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and people have different variations of
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it which is
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tell them what you're going to tell them
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then tell them
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then tell them what you told them and
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there and then you can go home
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wait a minute that's okay that's exactly
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what dr burks does
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she follows that formula that formula is
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very common amongst amateurs
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public speakers uh not that it's
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not important to tell people i mean if
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you listen to the
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pros tell you how to do a speech but you
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are supposed to tell them kind of
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tell them you're supposed to tell them
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why they're there yeah but anyway
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uh let's go with this the values or what
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you heard now here's 54 seconds the
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first 54 seconds of the show it's the
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same thing we're gonna begin this friday
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night with what the world health
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organization is calling a
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once in a century health crisis the
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effects of which we will feel for
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decades to come
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the news especially alarming as tonight
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this devastating prediction from the cdc
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the virus will claim 20 000 more lives
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in the next three weeks
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and we want to zero in on florida which
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shattered its single day death toll
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record for the fourth
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straight day and on top of that the
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state is now facing a possible
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hurricane hurricane isaias is now
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pounding parts of the caribbean leading
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to mudslides in puerto rico
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florida's governor declaring a state of
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emergency for parts of his state
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officials there are scrambling to shut
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down beaches and parks
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along with most state outdoor covid
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testing sites
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the president was also in florida today
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holding a mini rally there at the
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airport
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though few were seen wearing masks
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it's basically the same same report yeah
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only she added a couple elections
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she added some details so so they're
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going to do
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a teaser that's the basics and then
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they're going to do the same
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stuff only with a couple of extra
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details not a lot by the way just one or
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two it feels a bit like
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the whole news the whole half hour goes
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that way until they get this
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the hartman piece which is the which is
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the smiley
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feel good piece which all the news all
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the three networks are using they're
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putting that at the end
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and so then so nora can leave the show
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with a big smile on her face because
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it's always a cutesy
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story yeah it sounds to me like she was
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filling up and that's filler what
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they're doing there they just got
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nothing to do
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i i think there's some truth to that
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because they won't cover the yellow
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vests are still in play
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yeah they won't cover anything overseas
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it has to be somehow
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there's got to be some trump angle or
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republican angle is what it really
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amounts to
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yeah because you're talking about
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florida you talk about a republican
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governor yeah and
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confederate states you know this whole
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thing that amy did
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it's just yeah and they're given the
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news the quality of these broadcasters
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they have to be losing viewership
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i'm sure they're losing quite a bit of
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viewership i i think the whole world is
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crumbling
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uh the the media the broadcast media
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world of course we've got
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this always going to be a role but look
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at the you know the messaging it's not
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really working as a messaging system
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anymore uh trump has completely
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circumvented that and everyone kind of
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gets it and look at the podcast
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landscape
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so yeah i mean we know they're hurting
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people are cutting cords
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uh there's too many channels the the
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cable
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uh affiliate fees are in play
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yeah it's not tomorrow but maybe in 20
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years
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it's definitely on the decline well it's
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on the decline that's the main thing no
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doubt about it but
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the newspapers were on the decline
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starting in the 50s
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yeah because of the tv news and they
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they're still in decline but it's been
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like 50 years later
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uh 70 years later even but they're on
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the decline
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they're really not the same as the in
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fact you look at a newspaper if you ever
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if you have a college or
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university nearby and they have a
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newspaper room that actually has
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old newspapers or microfiche yeah go
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look at the newspapers from the 50s
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oh yeah
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of course well that was it now the
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internet is dense with
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horse manure yeah well that
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that's what we do yeah different we sort
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through it professionally that's what we
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i want to do that's all i got for kova
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okay i have uh
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just a couple things and i feel bad
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about it because i know that covid
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carries the day
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it does but it's all it's still the same
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news you know we're still
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still waiting for the for the results of
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the trials actually you had a um
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there was an updated stat from the cdc
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that one of our producers shared with me
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an updated study revealed
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45 this is not surprising but it's just
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good to have the most updated numbers 45
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of all all united states coronavirus
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deaths
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were in nursing homes so that's 73
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733 there's got to be something with
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that number
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deaths in u.s nursing homes
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we're very very worried about a lot of
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things but i think we should get our
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kids back to school
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and and and make teachers essential
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personnel
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so they'll be forced to do it like
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everyone at the grocery store
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like everyone at the gas station yeah
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they're not dropping like flies at the
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grocery store
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at all at all
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um it wasn't but yeah the nursing homes
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that's the big
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the scandal is that that's where the
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majority of these deaths and they're not
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going to talk about it
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lousy facilities poor care yeah
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especially the
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put the sick back in there to make
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everybody sick if you can which
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cuomo did beautiful job of good work
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well done
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uh i wanted to share this uh
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village voice which i think is gone
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though isn't it the new york village
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voice did that close or is it online
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maybe still
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i'm pretty sure that's a good question i
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thought it was all i thought it was gone
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personally like michael musto i mean
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when
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in the 80s this was uh when i when i
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lived in midtown in hell's kitchen
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actually
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uh the village voice you read it that's
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what that was the heartbeat of the city
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and it was a messy city
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and this is an article from may 31 1988
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uh when we were kind of in the middle of
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uh of the aids crisis
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and just to give you an idea this is an
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open letter to uh
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dr anthony fauci 1988 in the village
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voice
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i've been screaming at the national
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institutes of health since i first
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visited your animal house of horrors in
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1984.
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i called you monsters then and i called
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you idiots in my play
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the normal heart and now i call you
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murderers
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you're responsible for supervising all
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government-funded aids treatment
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research programs
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in the name of right you make decisions
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that cost the lives of others i call it
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murder
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and this this letter is scathing
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about how much money was spent it was
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only 374 million dollars back in the day
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in 1984 that was a lot more money
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than it is today um and i think it's
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just good for everyone to
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uh be reminded a lot of our producers
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and people out there listening weren't
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alive when this took place
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but it was the same type of thing the
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only thing that was different was
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oh you're not gay you don't have to
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worry about it you don't get it if
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you're not gay
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uh but they went through the whole
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vaccines the trials and then they
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wound up eventually finding this you
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know uh cancer drug that had been
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rejected azt and
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that wound up killing a lot of people as
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they were on the treatment it was a
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crazy time it's all fouchy
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and he got away with that he got away
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there's no
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this is quite quite the character the
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village voice ceased publication in 2017
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okay well i put this uh uh this is i
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think it's a reprint in the in the show
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notes
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uh nashownotes.com it's very interesting
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to read
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the guy has a track record of failure in
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particular with vaccines
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he's not a failure he's got a is a track
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record of soaking at the public and the
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government for lots of money well there
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you go
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he's not not a failure in his in his
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bank account's mind
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speaking of such um another great
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article it's a sunday so
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people may want to uh may want to go
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read a little bit
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in what is this epsilon theory i have no
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idea what it is but it's a rundown
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of the insider trading that took place
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at kodak
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before before the president announced
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holy crap
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their people there are guys who made 400
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million dollars in in stock
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increase well they should be busted
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they should be i mean that's and it's
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it's all like the marketing guy
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oh yeah i really believe in the company
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that's why i bought a whole bunch of
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stock
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stock of a bankrupt company
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i still like the idea of taking a
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company that does something with
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chemicals and turning it into a
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hydroxychloroquine uh
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processing plant that's a pretty funny
20:04
idea oh wait i have that that's what i
20:05
need to talk about here we go
20:07
hydroxy uh the people are wrapping this
20:10
up in
20:11
in some way um as the
20:14
you recall the ohio uh board of medicine
20:17
i think a board of
20:18
pharmacists they had restricted the sale
20:22
oh yeah they banned it well they they
20:25
banned it unless it was prescribed for
20:26
somebody
20:27
for malaria yeah or lupus exactly
20:30
uh that has been overturned that has uh
20:33
not overturned they withdrew it they
20:35
changed their life and you hear that on
20:37
the democracy now news report
20:39
you didn't oh that's weird
20:42
even when the fda commissioner was being
20:45
interviewed on the today show there was
20:46
no mention of the turnback i don't think
20:48
let's listen
20:49
before i let you go i have to ask you
20:50
about hydroxychloroquine
20:53
it's in the news once again the
20:55
president retweeted a video promoting it
20:57
he even said i took it for a 14-day
20:59
period and i'm here
21:01
i don't think you lose anything by doing
21:02
it the vice president said yesterday
21:04
many americans have had positive
21:06
experiences with hydrochloroquine
21:08
but the fda actually removed emergency
21:11
authorization
21:12
because it wasn't effective and it
21:14
wasn't safe it was potentially dangerous
21:16
so once and for all should people be
21:19
taking hydroclock
21:20
hydroxychloroquine so just to be clear
21:23
we revoked an eua an emergency use
21:26
authorization at the request of another
21:28
government agency barta
21:29
and this was for drug that was
21:31
authorized for use in sick hospitalized
21:33
patients
21:34
we had data that when this drug was
21:35
combined with others there were some
21:37
risks associated with that
21:39
but the decision that the question
21:41
you're asking me is a decision between a
21:43
doctor
21:44
and a patient a doctor and a patient
21:46
needs to assess the data that's out
21:48
there
21:49
fda does not regulate the practice of
21:51
medicine and that
21:52
in the privacy of a doctor-patient
21:54
relationship is where that decision
21:55
should be made
21:56
are you concerned at all about
21:59
misinformation about this drug in
22:01
particular
22:02
i am i what i'm concerned about is that
22:05
fda provide
22:06
all the information about the side
22:08
effects the potential side effects
22:11
as well as the efficacy as you know
22:12
these drugs have been approved for a
22:14
number of years
22:15
for other indications by the fda we're
22:18
no we know that they're safe in those
22:19
settings
22:20
but we want to make sure that the rights
22:22
information is out to providers so that
22:23
they can make this decision with
22:26
patients
22:26
yes okay sure so i think uh
22:30
that message is kind of clear but you
22:32
can you can see and you can feel the
22:35
uh the fear in the medical community you
22:37
know it's like the pharmacists are
22:38
getting
22:39
making political decisions that and
22:41
something completely new which even the
22:43
fda commissioner says well it's between
22:44
the patient the doctor whatever you want
22:46
to do
22:47
you know if you want to pee on straw to
22:49
see if you're pregnant you know that's
22:50
between you and your doctor whatever you
22:52
guys decide
22:53
i don't know why i came up with that
22:55
example i don't know where that came
22:56
from very strange
22:58
exactly that's a very odd example sorry
23:01
about that
23:02
that you've actually gone through i
23:05
played the fifth
23:07
uh meanwhile someone did catch up with
23:09
uh dr stella emmanuel
23:11
in dallas uh she's the uh she's the
23:14
crazy woman who was saying there's a
23:16
cure it's hydroxychloroquine with zinc
23:18
and zephyr meister oh the crazy lady
23:20
wait hold on and say you ought to make
23:22
sure that when they talk about her they
23:23
always talk about her
23:24
alien thesis about demons
23:28
jeans yeah all this other stuff they dig
23:31
up all the weird crap on her but
23:33
meanwhile anyone else can say whatever
23:34
they want
23:35
yeah and and i looked at some of her
23:37
videos what she she so she has an office
23:39
in a strip mall and it's next to
23:41
her church and she's uh she preaches at
23:43
that church and it's very
23:45
uh to me it's kind of a caribbean vibe
23:49
you know and and the problem with it is
23:51
voodoo
23:53
could be although she she talks about
23:56
jesus and god
23:57
the problem is and it's very typical for
24:00
this
24:01
and you know it looks like a cable
24:02
access program
24:04
it kind of sounds like this
24:06
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24:12
so it's really not useful it's like a
24:14
biting thing it's very not useful
24:17
for clipping um but you know the the
24:20
mainstream goes after her and said
24:22
aren't you afraid
24:22
aren't you afraid about the texas
24:24
medical board they'll take away your
24:25
license
24:26
and that's what it comes down to
24:29
threatening doctors
24:30
over with their license because they
24:32
make a decision that is not
24:34
mainstream and then here's 30 seconds of
24:36
example of this badgering
24:38
run and follow your medical license if
24:40
you start doing that aren't you
24:41
my medical license yeah you so you think
24:43
that i should defend my american
24:45
decision
24:45
oh five people dying over people dying
24:49
aren't you worried about losing it
24:51
losing what you're
24:53
meditating license yeah really let tmd
24:55
come after me
24:57
i should let people die because i'm
24:59
scared of tmd well i should let people
25:00
die or because i'm scared of antony
25:02
farci
25:02
actually let people die because i'm
25:04
scared of who i'm not scared of any of
25:06
them
25:06
i'm not gonna let people die and if they
25:08
come after me it's gonna be on
25:10
oh yes it's gonna be i love her i love
25:14
her conviction
25:15
if you can understand her well she says
25:17
i'm not going to let people die
25:19
take away my licenses i'm like who's
25:21
this douchebag news guy
25:23
local uh local reporter yeah
25:26
well and also how he approached her and
25:29
like you're a nut job so what do you
25:30
mean
25:31
you know no no zero respect
25:34
does she have a medical degree or not
25:36
yes she does yeah she does have a
25:37
medical degree
25:38
well then he should be what is he doing
25:41
he's doing
25:42
he's doing remote reports from some
25:45
local
25:45
affiliate of some one of the networks or
25:47
worse and this again he's a big shot
25:50
kind of he's a big shot in dallas
25:55
i guess um and uh so the only other
25:59
thing
26:00
that we haven't talked about oh yeah is
26:04
the
26:04
uh there's one other it's it's bubbling
26:09
under i think the president talked about
26:10
it a couple times it's the
26:11
uh what is this other treatment it's the
26:15
i don't know much about it hold on the
26:17
it's the antibodies but it has oh the
26:19
monocle no interferons come up in the
26:23
conversation
26:24
really well that was used for aids so
26:26
that makes sense the the aids was uh
26:28
is somehow involved in this or the hiv
26:31
is a part of
26:32
this or some gene is a part of the virus
26:34
i i believe
26:35
don't you remember hiv has a big element
26:38
stuck in the middle of this corona thing
26:40
and it was developed
26:42
in the lab supposedly as an alternative
26:44
way of delivering an
26:46
hiv vaccine because it's impossible to
26:49
uh
26:50
to stop hiv pure into sneaking into
26:52
cells you have to use this coronavis
26:55
this is four months ago we were talking
26:57
about this yeah it does sound familiar
26:58
hiv element right does sound familiar
27:00
well this is the
27:02
uh uh monoclonal monoclinal monoclonal
27:06
antibodies
27:08
i think it's monoclonal monoclonal and
27:11
that appears to be very uh
27:13
very promising
27:16
don't you have to get that by sucking
27:17
the blood out of everybody i was going
27:19
to say i think isn't that the
27:20
the old days that go to the to the
27:22
smallpox uh
27:23
dead body and scrape open one of those
27:25
uh get the puss out and then uh
27:27
yeah something like that yeah actually
27:29
that's how they developed the vaccine
27:31
yeah sounds groovy to me well let's go
27:34
to the old folks home and suck their
27:36
plasma
27:39
uh is that show title suck their plasma
27:42
i don't know we should suck the plasma
27:44
probably work on it um all right i don't
27:47
have much else uh
27:49
sadly you know this just hasn't been a
27:50
lot of reports it's all been
27:52
uh the news has focused a lot on um
27:56
unemployment insurance stopping
27:58
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28:00
uh which is uh words trump's fault
28:03
well it i think he gasleth them pretty
28:06
well it's trump's fault because he wants
28:08
the fbi building uh redone and
28:10
and he only wants that because because
28:13
otherwise he'll have competition for his
28:15
hotel in dc
28:16
that's why he's put it in there i think
28:18
it's in there as for exactly what it's
28:20
intended to be to take it out as a
28:21
negotiating point
28:22
are they stupid
28:25
yeah yeah i mean that's how i see it
28:28
it's like okay
28:29
let me put let's have something in there
28:31
that that i can say oh i really want it
28:33
it's important and then they'll hate me
28:35
for it
28:35
and then it'll seem like a huge
28:36
sacrifice but he doesn't yeah
28:38
how since when does trump like today's
28:41
fbi
28:43
he's had a few issues with them
28:47
yes i think so and probably still does
28:49
yeah
28:51
uh then something very interesting
28:54
happened
28:55
and this was friday and i was very happy
28:58
uh i don't think you you don't have any
29:00
kaylee stuff do you today
29:02
kaylee is a thursday uh special thursday
29:05
special okay so i have a
29:06
kaylee ontramal um now we know that
29:10
there was the antitrust hearing again
29:12
you know the silicon valley companies
29:14
uh early in the week we talked about on
29:16
thursday had a couple of clips
29:17
and there was zero but i mean really
29:20
zero
29:21
discussion of section 230 of the
29:24
communications decency act which is the
29:26
whole
29:27
um really the crux of the issue when it
29:29
comes to d
29:30
platforming or silencing someone uh just
29:33
to revisit section 230 said all right
29:36
any computer service can host
29:39
user generated content i'll just make it
29:41
and put it in in understandable terms
29:44
and the service itself is not liable
29:47
for what people say on their platform
29:50
unless they perform editorial functions
29:54
and therefore you are publishing
29:56
and it's not just uh free and open
29:58
speech
30:00
and that i think that really enabled
30:04
huge growth on the internet for i've
30:06
benefited from it i think everyone's
30:08
benefited
30:09
and now it's time to go take a look at
30:10
it whereas
30:13
in the way i see it even algorithms
30:15
could technically be
30:17
deemed as editorializing maybe on an
30:20
individual level uh
30:22
but it's certainly open to
30:24
interpretation and it's what the
30:25
president has been looking at
30:28
uh since may uh to do something now
30:32
uh so nothing came up in uh in the uh in
30:35
the house hearing with the
30:37
was it google and amazon and apple
30:40
apple and facebag
30:43
so he had promised that he has these new
30:46
powers remember his executive
30:48
order powers that somehow were revealed
30:50
somehow he wangled from
30:53
losing a supreme court decision yeah so
30:56
this is why what how did you manage that
30:58
he was so
30:59
gleeful yeah he pulled a fast one
31:03
it's almost yeah then that's very
31:04
possible that he was oh i just want to
31:06
get this ruling and then i can do
31:08
whatever i want and
31:09
the way it stands he can he can issue
31:11
executive orders
31:13
uh and other and such i should say
31:16
executive orders and such
31:17
and they uh will be valid up to two
31:20
years into the next
31:21
presidency into the next term whether
31:23
that's him or whether that's uh
31:26
whether it's kamala harris either way
31:29
so it's it's very binding and it's very
31:32
annoying and to get some of these
31:33
the new executive orders and some
31:36
strange law
31:37
which are written you know or this
31:38
interpretation has been figured out by
31:40
the same guy
31:41
who was able to convince everybody that
31:43
torture is just enhanced interrogation
31:45
so
31:46
we bought that shit so we might as well
31:48
uh buy into this
31:49
and he decided to get stuff started
31:54
with a petition to the fcc and kaylee
31:56
revealed this
31:58
in her um well it was really a complete
32:01
setup
32:02
it's the uh ozzy ebony no not
32:05
she's from australia ebony what's her
32:09
name
32:09
ebony bowden from the new york post have
32:11
you seen you should probably look her up
32:12
you should do a quick little google
32:14
search uh on images because
32:17
emily bowden uh now ebony as in ebony
32:20
and ivory ebony bowden b-o-w-d-e-n
32:23
and she i think she's from new zealand
32:25
uh from australia could be new zealand
32:27
she works for the new york post and she
32:28
had clearly written an article about
32:30
this spiked by the white house
32:32
yesterday then she asks a question about
32:35
it
32:35
and then kaylee and now i'm convinced
32:38
that when someone says
32:40
that's a great question it's a great
32:42
question because they asked the
32:43
questions you knew they were going to
32:44
ask
32:47
i don't think we've analyzed that but it
32:49
seems like on the
32:50
when we had late night talk shows with
32:52
guests
32:53
and then clearly the host is asking a
32:56
question that the producer has already
32:57
discussed with the guest the guest will
32:59
say
32:59
great question like thank you this is
33:02
one i know
33:04
and this is what happened with the k did
33:06
you look up ebony
33:07
yeah what do you what what do you want
33:09
what's my what am i supposed to be
33:10
seeing here now if you can see
33:12
see her with a mask and without a mask
33:15
it's really
33:17
she i i hate to say it she looks a bit
33:19
like aaron burnette
33:21
without the mask with the mask she looks
33:23
intriguing
33:26
that's why i didn't hear that she looks
33:28
what intriguing
33:30
it's i i'm looking at a whole page of
33:32
pictures of her
33:34
and i see the the aaron burnett look
33:37
she's got that for sure
33:38
yeah but i can't find one pic of her
33:40
with a mask on oh well she's got the
33:41
mask on this
33:42
in the in this video and and it benefits
33:44
her i i don't mean that in a bad way
33:46
it's just well she just looks terrific
33:48
with a mask on because you know
33:50
because they're because it's just
33:52
because her eyes are so dynamite that
33:53
must be
33:54
yeah i think it focuses on her eyes and
33:56
not the aaron burnett mouth
33:58
all right we've criticized women enough
34:00
let's listen to kaylee thank you kaylee
34:02
i just wanted to confirm reports that
34:04
mark meadows actually
34:16
what i said keep it clean you've been
34:19
cussing a lot today
34:20
twitter's ceo asking him to remove
34:22
tweets from iran's supreme leader
34:24
ayatollah khomeini calling for the
34:26
genocide of the israeli people
34:28
uh the company refused to do that
34:30
because they said that the tweets would
34:31
quote
34:32
comments on current affairs i'm
34:34
wondering
34:35
if the white house has a response given
34:38
that twitter has recently begun
34:39
restricting
34:40
the president's own tweets for
34:42
glorifying violence
34:44
glorifying violence and spreading this
34:46
information and if you have spoken to
34:48
the president about
34:49
any further action perhaps he's taking
34:50
on social media companies
34:52
yeah it's a great question ebony i did
34:54
see that new york post story
34:55
and i thought it was very eye-opening
34:57
and it tells you where the social media
34:59
company stands where they're not
35:01
willing to to to assess the ayatollah
35:04
khomeini's tweets
35:05
but they are willing to assess president
35:07
trump's tweets it's really appalling and
35:09
it just speaks to their overwhelming
35:11
blinding bias against conservatives and
35:14
against this president
35:15
and we are taking action the
35:17
administration is submitting a petition
35:19
to the fcc
35:20
for proposed regulatory changes to hold
35:22
social media companies accountable for
35:24
their censorship
35:25
um and this petition that was previously
35:27
reported on
35:28
earlier in the week asked the fcc to end
35:30
the loophole that allows social media
35:32
companies to escape
35:33
civil lawsuits for their own speech uh
35:36
fact checks and d platforming and the
35:38
petition seeks to expose
35:40
social media companies to liability as a
35:42
speaker
35:43
or a publisher if they act as editors of
35:45
content on their platforms or remove
35:47
lawful speech
35:48
based on politics and very good work by
35:50
the new york post
35:52
highlighting that issue that really
35:55
ruined it for me look we know question
35:58
lousy yeah it's a setup question then
36:00
you're gonna blow her at the end
36:01
that is nice yeah it was bad so i should
36:05
have just let it slide and been
36:06
done a wink wink or something instead of
36:08
that
36:10
yeah well by the way i'm going to go
36:12
back to your comments that we've been
36:13
commenting on these women
36:15
uh which is like sexist and horrible and
36:17
misogynist for some unknown reason
36:19
uh if somebody's gonna make up their
36:22
eyes like this
36:23
woman does mm-hmm she's asking for
36:26
what she wants critique
36:30
she received it didn't she then
36:33
you're asking for it that i think you
36:35
just made it worse i don't know
36:39
i mean we're looking at this from
36:40
television executive standpoints which a
36:42
lot of people miss so it's it's worth
36:44
the
36:45
it's i mean we're just reminding them
36:47
that that's what we do it's just one of
36:48
our bits
36:49
it's a bit it's a gag well it's not just
36:51
a gag we deconstruct the promos
36:54
that's exactly the way this operates if
36:55
you go into one of these meetings with
36:57
these executives these suits these
36:59
creeps
37:00
that's their worst that they did we
37:02
can't even go there
37:04
listening to them yeah that's why
37:05
there's been so much me too
37:07
uh action in the in the broadcasting
37:09
world yes because it's like that it's
37:11
exactly like even ellen
37:13
ellen is on the in the in the process of
37:15
getting cancer
37:17
and you know what it's one woman who's
37:20
complaining she says she didn't feel
37:22
comfortable it's a very
37:23
racist atmosphere um and then of course
37:26
some other people jumped in it's
37:28
look working in television production is
37:31
toxic it is and it's
37:35
it's um no one cares about your problem
37:39
no one cares the stage hands just no one
37:42
cares
37:43
audio lighting everyone's doing their
37:44
own thing and it's like get out of the
37:45
way it's harsh
37:46
it's brusque by the way this reminds me
37:49
something
37:50
once in a while you're so you're doing
37:51
some some live broadcast
37:54
and there's a bunch of these with a full
37:55
crew and not with robots but a bunch of
37:57
guys on cameras and
37:59
yeah or guys and you bring some amateur
38:01
in to do something and they get freaked
38:03
out and they start
38:04
they start worrying about it and you
38:07
have to go over to them and say
38:09
look these guys they don't care about
38:13
anything no they don't care what you do
38:16
they they're just
38:17
you could be naked you could strip naked
38:19
and they would raise their eyebrows
38:20
maybe yeah uh but maybe not
38:24
and uh it's just don't even think about
38:27
it because it's just not the way it
38:29
works
38:31
and so if you look at broadcast news yes
38:34
it's that kind of crazy environment that
38:37
romanticizes it to an
38:38
incredible degree if you look at yes if
38:41
you look at 30 right
38:42
anything like that romantically no if
38:45
you look at 30
38:46
rock very much the way it is
38:50
very much so it's all about the numbers
38:53
it's all about the show you have the you
38:54
have the nut job
38:56
executives they're sexist and crazy i
38:58
mean alec baldwin
39:00
is he's seen enough of it
39:03
he's a method actor when it comes to
39:05
playing a television executive
39:08
anyway yes yeah i agree with you 100 i
39:11
always thought 30 rock was
39:12
even though it's done as a comedy it's
39:14
actually which it is i mean that scene
39:16
is kind of comedic but in fact it's it's
39:18
like a reality show
39:19
yeah it's a reality in in an unfunny way
39:23
so i pulled up the petition uh that the
39:25
president sent over and this is
39:27
this so his um request and the
39:31
uh petition for rulemaking itself
39:35
uh was it written in may so he was
39:37
holding on to this i think that isn't
39:38
that back when
39:41
no i don't think anything was in may we
39:43
were locked down weren't we
39:44
yeah i believe we were locked down so it
39:46
was written during lockdown and we're
39:48
ready to get over the lockdown which is
39:50
going to end in easter
39:53
so it's very technical it's uh written
39:56
in legalese referring to
39:57
section 230 specific it's very it's
40:00
really long
40:02
but i think i just read a few uh with
40:04
the first graph or two
40:06
so it wants to understand the
40:08
interaction between
40:10
some sub-paragraphs of section 230 in
40:12
particular to clarify and determine the
40:14
circumstances under which a provider
40:16
of an interactive computer service face
40:19
bag
40:19
that restricts access to content in a
40:22
manner not specifically protected by
40:24
some paragraph c2 so that's all
40:26
technical definitions
40:28
may also not be able to claim protection
40:30
under the
40:31
other paragraph in other words if you
40:33
remove speech
40:34
which is protected but not protected
40:38
under the section 230 which is
40:41
you know the uh the very lucy goosey
40:44
obscene
40:45
yeah what is it i think obscene is one
40:47
of the words if it's obscene you you
40:49
can't put it in there
40:51
uh so the question is
40:54
is this action taken in good faith uh
40:56
are they deceptive pretextual
40:58
inconsistent with the provider's terms
41:00
of service
41:01
or taken after failing to provide
41:02
adequate notice reasoned explanation or
41:04
meaningful opportunity to be heard
41:05
things were removed
41:06
i mean every single example that you can
41:09
imagine
41:10
uh of what um social networks do but
41:14
also search engines is in here
41:17
and who's the uh fcc commissioner is
41:20
this uh did he
41:21
put someone on there that uh will dance
41:23
to his tune
41:25
i believe the fc let me look him up but
41:28
i believe so yes i think he's a stooge
41:30
yeah usually there's stooges for the
41:32
cable industry oh yeah
41:34
ajit pai that's that's the guy yeah pie
41:36
pie
41:37
he's a stooge he's a total stooge where
41:39
did he come from
41:41
uh anyway oh yeah here he is the
41:44
chairman of the
41:46
federal communication commission he was
41:47
designated chairman of president donald
41:48
trump january 2017.
41:51
previously served as a commissioner i
41:52
think a hated commissioner i think he's
41:54
the one that said no
41:55
no net neutrality oh yes he did no net
41:58
neutrality
41:58
neutrality guy okay good so he'll take
42:01
this seriously
42:04
and i'm pretty sure he'll this is the
42:06
end
42:07
yeah you're all you're doing here in
42:09
this little presentation is describing
42:11
the
42:11
end of the internet as we know it well
42:14
i disagree because it's gonna once it
42:16
slides over to the fcc which we knew was
42:19
inevitable
42:20
yeah because of the net neutrality
42:23
people they're the ones who forced the
42:24
issue oh we got it
42:27
you know they're all bent out of shape
42:28
because everyone's going to get screwed
42:30
by comcast
42:31
right it's possible i haven't seen it uh
42:35
and the the the public that is all this
42:38
pro net neutrality group they're pushing
42:41
it toward this
42:42
and trump is like doing just a jujitsu
42:45
move
42:46
and pulling it along but it's going to
42:49
just be section 230. i i
42:51
and that has to be enforced and it does
42:53
fall under the fcc and i think that's a
42:55
that's a good idea but
42:57
yeah i think zuckerberg is is hoping
42:59
that he can have some kind of special
43:01
carve out or it's defined in some way
43:04
that they can do it
43:05
or you know they've got to figure out
43:07
isn't that what it's called
43:08
i love that word carve out versa phrase
43:11
yeah it's a carbide i haven't heard it
43:13
for a while
43:13
carve out yeah yeah was zuckerberg's
43:15
living in a dream world and i don't know
43:17
that zuckerberg
43:18
would be against this because if once
43:19
you establish this uh
43:23
these rules it might make their jobs
43:25
easier they have maybe better excuses
43:27
i'm not sure
43:29
i mean i'll tell you this i have a
43:31
offbeat story just to throw in
43:32
okay there was a lawsuit major lawsuit
43:35
against google
43:36
uh by somebody regarding something
43:40
google did something with their search
43:42
engine or
43:43
i don't know the details unfortunately
43:45
but i was
43:46
contacted by a massive law firm to be an
43:49
expert witness on this particular case
43:50
now is this recent or a while ago
43:53
recent this is like within the last two
43:54
years
43:56
and uh i said oh yeah i can do that
43:59
because i you know i believe that the
44:01
the vile they're they're showing
44:04
editorializing by
44:06
my comment was they're showing
44:07
editorializing uh
44:10
in violation of 230 which makes them a
44:13
publisher this
44:13
all these operations should be
44:15
considered and i wrote a whole column
44:16
about it which i'm surprised even called
44:18
me after
44:19
after i reviewed the the column which
44:22
says that
44:23
these people are publishers facebook's a
44:25
publisher they're just what's the
44:26
difference between them and the new york
44:27
times
44:28
that means the content is sourced
44:30
differently but it's still
44:31
publishing they're publishing and
44:33
there's and they do editorial i say they
44:36
take stuff down yeah so how is that
44:38
different than the new york times
44:39
i made this long argument about how
44:41
important it is to do did we
44:43
decide that these twitter facebook
44:46
they're all publishers and uh the guys
44:50
and which i thought would be the the way
44:52
to go
44:53
the this lawyer in this massive firm
44:56
that's handling this case is
44:57
no no we want to do just the opposite we
44:59
want to prove they're not publishers oh
45:01
well you're calling the wrong witness
45:03
sir
45:04
well that's what it amounted to i never
45:06
heard from him after we had no kidding
45:09
i was all in until it was like i
45:11
couldn't make that argument under any
45:13
circumstances
45:14
especially on the stand how did he
45:16
suggest how did he suggest
45:18
making the argument surely he had uh
45:21
he just thought that the id you had the
45:23
the derrick
45:24
angling the big firm was angling to
45:27
prove that they're
45:28
not publishers and i don't know what the
45:30
trick was at the end that they were
45:32
going to
45:32
pull the rug out from under the case i
45:34
don't know but that but the big boys
45:36
want to make it
45:38
clear that these are not publishers and
45:40
i'm
45:41
to this day i'm baffled by this when
45:43
it's so obvious that they are publishers
45:45
i'm i i yes and and i but i really want
45:49
to get down to
45:51
how algorithms fit in the space because
45:53
they are editing on an individual basis
45:56
based on you which makes it even crazier
45:59
it's like well
46:00
you know i'm not going to give you this
46:01
stuff
46:04
i'm not going to give you you just you
46:07
in this particular case i'm not going to
46:09
show you
46:10
adam curry's tweets it's not important
46:12
to you
46:13
for you to see what he's tweeting even
46:14
though you have a
46:16
following yes we have a technical
46:19
relationship
46:21
exactly well there's a lot going on
46:23
there's one other thing i just wanted to
46:25
highlight when it comes to it has to be
46:26
stopped
46:28
yes when it comes to silicon valley when
46:30
it comes to
46:32
people trying to make a buck and a
46:35
career
46:35
foolishly by thinking this would be a
46:38
great idea to do it with
46:40
well you know some people feel they have
46:42
a career on twitter instagram
46:44
um also uh
46:47
uh what am i thinking uh youtube
46:51
and let me see if i have this clip here
46:56
uh and tick tock and this was great over
46:59
the weekend
47:00
people on tick tock were children
47:04
were freaking out yeah their kids were
47:07
like
47:07
800 000 followers and i'm sure they have
47:10
entire
47:11
you know um sponsorships and oh and who
47:15
even knows if these numbers are correct
47:17
i mean this this is such a black box
47:18
this thing
47:19
now microsoft has been in negotiations
47:22
for several weeks to buy them
47:24
uh microsoft bought linkedin and they
47:26
are the spy company so it makes sense
47:28
they just have more ways to spy on you
47:30
we're not on that apple iphone yet yeah
47:32
we got the windows part
47:34
uh and i think it was tough and trump
47:38
just
47:39
just stepped in and said i'm gonna ban
47:41
it i'm gonna turn that thing off
47:43
which was purely to help microsoft with
47:45
the price
47:46
it's so obvious but no no you get all
47:49
the children crying here's a tick tocker
47:52
who who was on to the gambit
47:53
congratulations to all you panic drivers
47:56
y'all just got played again
47:57
to be honest this has actually been one
47:59
of the most blatant bait and switch
48:01
techniques i've ever seen used
48:03
and everyone fell for it you see instead
48:05
of panicking when trump said he was
48:07
going to ban tick tock today
48:08
i actually did a little bit of research
48:10
and lo and behold microsoft was in talks
48:12
with the parent company to buy tick tock
48:14
the talks were not going in microsoft's
48:16
favor however the united states makes up
48:18
most of tick tocks market
48:20
the us ban tick tock that would have
48:21
been most of its user base
48:23
how do i know this because it was less
48:24
than 12 hours later and bite dance
48:27
cave to microsoft's commands don't just
48:29
go by what the news says sometimes you
48:31
need to look into stories a little bit
48:33
more to actually understand what is all
48:35
going on
48:35
yes there's your journalist on tick tock
48:39
he figured it out that was a big news
48:42
bait and switched it was it was also sad
48:46
[Music]
48:50
if you're going to start using these
48:51
kinds of terms for for
48:53
certain kinds of scams no it was not
48:56
this wasn't bait and switch
48:57
not at all a bait and switch no but the
49:00
face bag is just completed
49:04
a deal with all the publishers to
49:07
so that people can use music
49:10
and you know the dancing stuff that's
49:12
what that's what bite dance had
49:14
is they had the performing rights to
49:16
huge catalogue so people could do all
49:18
these dances
49:20
that's the secret it's not that anything
49:23
more viral or
49:24
or anything better about this app it's
49:26
just they have the right so you people
49:27
can say oh i want to use that song i'm
49:29
in the house board i'm bored in the
49:31
house
49:32
and then you hear that a million times a
49:33
day that's where it's making money
49:36
it's making money for the for the music
49:38
publishers
49:39
um but then there's there's real trouble
49:42
real trouble
49:43
with the alternative scene and uh
49:46
i will let tim poole give you the
49:49
headline in 47 seconds because he does
49:51
it like no one else
49:52
ladies and gentlemen the war with
49:55
patreon is
49:56
escalating and this could be the
49:59
the equivalent of a nuclear bomb dropped
50:02
in the culture war
50:04
this is gonna get nuts sargon of akkad
50:07
and lauren southern have entered the
50:09
fray
50:10
declaring war on patreon let me slow
50:13
down and explain what's happening
50:15
but let me not bury the lead what is
50:17
about to come
50:18
and what is underway right now if the
50:21
legal pundits are correct
50:23
notably will chamberlain and uh mike
50:25
cernovich
50:26
we may see the income of many
50:29
high-profile left-wing channels
50:31
completely stripped away i'm talking
50:33
about
50:34
some of the biggest left-wing podcasts
50:36
that exist
50:37
could lose all of their money and
50:41
he's gleeful it appears
50:43
[Music]
50:44
this cancel war and demonetization has
50:48
gotten a little out of control people
50:49
all
50:50
right it's not just i'm gonna kick down
50:52
your fort is like you're not going to be
50:54
able to pay
50:54
rent but this case is interesting
50:58
uh and what's what's happening here is
51:01
very typical for silicon valley although
51:03
i think these guys um
51:05
the patreon guys who essentially looked
51:07
at the value for value model and said we
51:09
can sit in the middle of that
51:10
and make money on it and uh and we're
51:13
going to
51:13
you know charge seven percent total and
51:16
and then we're also going to decide if
51:17
you belong on our platform or not and
51:19
we're going to
51:20
just uh remove you if we don't like what
51:21
you're doing with your content
51:24
even though they don't really have a
51:26
platform per se to host anything
51:28
they just have a uh a payment with
51:31
levels and rewards etc
51:34
uh so they're canceling people from that
51:36
but what happened with
51:38
uh i don't know was it it wasn't
51:41
lawrence i was
51:42
with oh with one comedian he riled up
51:45
his audience
51:46
and in the terms of service of pretty
51:49
much
51:50
every silicon valley company there's
51:52
always
51:53
i would say almost always a provision
51:54
that says uh
51:56
lawsuits no we're not going to do
51:58
lawsuits if you want to sue us you have
52:00
to go through something called
52:01
arbitration an arbitration is a specific
52:05
process where you do it outside of a
52:06
courtroom with
52:07
i guess the judge is an art arbiter a
52:10
judge or some
52:11
some person of students a professional
52:13
arbiter a professional arbiter
52:15
and then you hash it out and now there's
52:18
recourse after that if you don't get to
52:20
it
52:21
but apparently part of the rule is if
52:24
someone
52:25
files an arbitration or request for
52:27
arbitration
52:29
you as the company have to immediately
52:31
set money aside
52:32
for that arbitration process and
52:35
depending on your law firm and depending
52:37
upon the request
52:38
can be up to ten thousand dollars
52:41
and so what they've done is they've just
52:44
got
52:44
100 people hundreds of people are now
52:47
requesting arbitration
52:49
uh and i believe it may even be related
52:51
to section 230 or
52:53
uh more likely that uh the they had
52:56
already prepaid and their money didn't
52:58
come back even though the person was
53:00
it doesn't matter what it is so they're
53:02
flooding patreon
53:03
with these suits that all have to be
53:05
pre-funded and i think that it's now in
53:07
the millions of dollars and they may not
53:09
be
53:10
they may collapse under the weight of
53:11
the arbitration
53:15
that's pretty wild this is i did not
53:17
follow this yeah and
53:18
and so now if you listen to tim poole
53:22
which should be done at half volume you
53:24
can
53:26
you can understand that people are now
53:28
considering doing this against
53:30
other companies now if you do it against
53:33
the google i think google is going to
53:35
laugh
53:36
google's got more than enough re
53:38
reserves to handle
53:40
a million of these but for a little
53:42
patreon who
53:43
clearly got some advice from your
53:45
typical silicon valley lawyer
53:48
i'm sure it was wilson cincini
53:51
any one of three they bank with silicon
53:55
bank
53:55
they uh they have wilson sansini as the
53:58
lawyer
53:58
yes is always the same guy yes it's
54:01
always the same
54:02
i remember when we took our company
54:04
public in 96
54:06
uh and you know you then we raised like
54:10
19 million dollars or something it was
54:11
very small before the billion dollar
54:13
raises
54:14
and then we sat down with wilson sincini
54:16
the next day congratulations guys way to
54:18
get out it's great
54:19
and they hand us a check for 15 million
54:21
four million dollars
54:24
four million dollars thanks wilson
54:27
cincini for taking us public
54:29
uh we're not taking for advising us not
54:31
even talking about the underwriters
54:33
anyway um
54:36
what is kind of nice to know that this
54:38
problem now you're a podcaster
54:42
and not only am i a podcaster
54:45
the pod father but it hit me
54:49
friday night i've not slept
54:52
more than a couple hours a night i
54:54
figured out
54:55
how to fix podcasting and i'm gonna do
54:58
it
55:01
this is the last time i heard this was
55:03
the this was your
55:05
exact mode you go into this all the time
55:07
by the way i do it's a cycle
55:10
i think it's about every two years but
55:12
it could be longer
55:13
yeah the last time you had this was you
55:17
uh you actually named another
55:22
yes which road finally did yeah so i was
55:25
right
55:26
i uh i chose poor partners
55:30
that was my it was my mistake there's no
55:32
doubt about it
55:33
yeah and and i learned from that
55:37
that was you know if i'd learned from
55:39
the failure and so did rhoda and i'm
55:41
happy
55:43
wrote it went oh poor guy this is
55:45
fucking great we got all these bits
55:48
and they never sent you a free one never
55:49
sent me a free one and they're still
55:51
they're all they almost have it
55:53
perfected if only they put
55:55
a noise gate on the channel that comes
55:57
in from the computer i'm just going to
55:58
keep saying until they do it
56:01
otherwise it looks like a pretty decent
56:03
device no this is a fix
56:05
that will fix payments it's going to fix
56:08
a whole bunch of things i figured it out
56:11
um and and
56:14
it may give us an exit strategy
56:19
and are you going to discuss this openly
56:22
hell no i'm not even going to tell you
56:23
privately no no no
56:25
no no no no i've lurcy i've learned i've
56:27
learned from my mistakes
56:29
but podcasting 2.0 it's coming i'm
56:32
working on it okay
56:33
we're all i'm about pins and needles
56:35
yeah that's all the teas you get the
56:37
next tees you get will be a pew pew map
56:41
well there you go
56:44
all right well you went off the track so
56:45
get back on track all right well so i'm
56:47
kind of done with silicon valley after i
56:49
told that it wasn't off track
56:52
i do have by the way i have one of those
56:53
it's not wilson cena but there's three
56:55
of these major
56:57
law firms they sue each other out
56:58
constantly one
57:00
is used by intel one's used by amd and
57:02
there's a third one
57:04
and so one of them was involved with
57:06
setting up a
57:10
hack reactor one of the earliest and one
57:12
of the actually maybe
57:13
maybe one of the first of these
57:15
intensives ten thousand dollars you pay
57:18
him ten thousand dollars and you
57:19
you sit in your own sweat for a month
57:22
and a half
57:23
incubator and you end up getting
57:27
yeah well no not an incubator yeah what
57:29
are you talking about
57:30
these are these companies that have
57:32
intensive
57:34
coding classes where you get out of
57:36
there you actually get a
57:37
high paying job the minute you step out
57:39
of these courses oh okay isn't that what
57:41
buzzkill jr did yes yes this is where
57:44
the story
57:45
makes sense uh-huh so buzzkill junior
57:47
and now he's like
57:48
you know he's working makes good money
57:49
he's done it over i don't know lots
57:52
it's not enough to pay his videos me but
57:55
i don't want to get into that you still
57:56
you just still got a chain on him good
57:58
to know
57:59
so the uh so
58:02
the uh so mimi who is a
58:06
i don't know where she got this skill
58:08
but a long time but i think it's from
58:09
all the book deals we used to do and it
58:10
was
58:11
she got this skill for being able to
58:12
read contracts because she actually
58:14
enjoys reading them
58:15
yes i'm aware the key to success yep yep
58:19
uh if you like reading them and looking
58:20
for the gotchas then
58:22
you know they call her up yeah so she's
58:24
agreeing through this country and
58:25
it's the worst she says the contrary to
58:27
the employment account
58:29
everything that they have over there is
58:31
a mess there's no indemnification
58:33
there's no this there's no bat
58:35
there's no non-disparagement there's all
58:36
this stuff is missing it's a piece of
58:38
crap right and she says and she gives us
58:40
she tells them how to fix the contract
58:43
and she's and the guys that ran the
58:45
place said i this is a this is
58:47
unbelievable and then he names what this
58:49
was done by and gives one of the big
58:51
three
58:52
one of those big law firms names of
58:54
course that's probably done by some
58:55
intern and it was just a scam i mean
58:58
these guys aren't even doing their jobs
59:00
these big boys oh my goodness
59:03
yeah yeah typical
59:06
anyway uh that's art can play we can go
59:08
about inside baseball it's not really
59:11
that interesting to the public
59:12
well you should probably stop now uh
59:14
okay so
59:15
let me go to china i'll make it
59:18
entertaining everybody i promise
59:20
hopefully the tick tock news made you
59:21
look at china a little bit differently
59:23
it is
59:24
we gotta i think i'm bitching at a at a
59:26
producer note we both got
59:28
says your china stuff is boring
59:33
have we gotten two of those notes and to
59:36
me
59:36
china's stuff is boring yeah well okay
59:39
let's do a follow-up be nice to china
59:42
well i'm not going to be nice to china
59:44
and i'm not going to be i'm just going
59:47
to say china because i feel that
59:49
we have there's probably 90 million
59:51
chinese who are members of the ccp the
59:54
chinese communist party and the rest of
59:57
the chinese are not just looking the
59:58
other way
59:59
so you have a responsibility your
1:00:02
asshole
1:00:03
uh here's gordon chang who hates uh the
1:00:06
chinese government
1:00:07
um he's written several books about it
1:00:10
this is about the mystery seeds that
1:00:12
have been sent to
1:00:13
people all over the continental us now
1:00:16
which has been
1:00:17
um has been dismissed as a
1:00:20
brushing scam which means
1:00:23
and apparently this happens uh sellers
1:00:26
of product
1:00:27
will ship something stupid to an address
1:00:30
just to be able to say yep we shipped it
1:00:32
off that's a verified seller so they can
1:00:34
write
1:00:34
a bogus review seems a little excessive
1:00:40
the amount of seed packets they sent out
1:00:42
for just a review scam
1:00:44
and gordon chang he's not buying it
1:00:46
either i think that china
1:00:48
is testing the response of u.s officials
1:00:50
to what in the future could be a
1:00:52
horrible
1:00:52
biological weapons attack they're seeing
1:00:55
how we react
1:00:56
now these seeds even if they are um
1:00:59
let's say harmless
1:01:00
could are invasive species and that
1:01:02
means that they can damage
1:01:04
agriculture they can cause harm to
1:01:06
livestock
1:01:07
and they of course could ruin the
1:01:09
environment and so
1:01:10
even if this were let's say a brushing
1:01:13
attempt
1:01:13
which is what some people say in other
1:01:15
words an attempt to generate
1:01:16
online reviews that are fake this can
1:01:19
cause
1:01:20
real harm to the us and by the way it's
1:01:22
not just the us the uk
1:01:24
taiwan canada other countries have also
1:01:26
been the subject of these unsolicited
1:01:28
packages
1:01:29
of seeds and soil i think that they see
1:01:32
that this is asymmetric warfare that is
1:01:35
hard to identify
1:01:36
the malevolence behind it we know that
1:01:38
china's people's liberation army
1:01:40
in 1999 wrote that book unrestricted
1:01:44
warfare
1:01:44
china's plan to destroy the united
1:01:46
states
1:01:47
and they talked about biological attacks
1:01:50
in that book
1:01:51
probably we are seeing them actually
1:01:53
execute on part of that strategy
1:01:55
right after the coronavirus as you point
1:01:57
out tucker because china took steps in
1:01:59
december and january
1:02:01
to deliberately spread the disease
1:02:02
beyond china's borders
1:02:05
i mean i even i wouldn't have conspired
1:02:08
to come up with that
1:02:10
they're testing our defenses gordon
1:02:14
chang is
1:02:14
quite the character we should probably
1:02:16
uh follow him more and get more clips
1:02:19
from him because he's really
1:02:20
a uh he's interesting right insightful
1:02:24
nobody i mean people pay some attention
1:02:25
to him but i think we could pay more
1:02:27
attention to him
1:02:29
i've always enjoyed whatever he has to
1:02:30
say yeah
1:02:32
it's just in this case i mean they're
1:02:34
testing our response to this
1:02:36
i mean that's that freaks me out more
1:02:38
than a lot of other things i hear about
1:02:40
china
1:02:41
that's sneaky and if they're doing that
1:02:44
coordinated and
1:02:45
seeing what the us response is and
1:02:48
apparently other countries
1:02:49
well they if you think of if you go with
1:02:52
the idea that
1:02:53
china is even though i think some
1:02:55
there's something of a
1:02:57
exaggerated uh meme that china's
1:03:00
long-term you know the thousand-year
1:03:02
programs
1:03:03
right yeah and uh
1:03:06
if they if you're gonna go if you see if
1:03:08
you watched enough science fiction
1:03:10
especially
1:03:10
stories like sg one um
1:03:16
these ideas that have been planted out
1:03:18
there about this sort of thing where you
1:03:20
could
1:03:21
you know poison the country in some way
1:03:24
shape or form ideologically it's being
1:03:26
done right now by the education system
1:03:28
and the media that clip we played in the
1:03:30
last show with these dumb girls saying
1:03:32
the united states sucks and
1:03:34
we should have a rainbow flag and stars
1:03:36
and stripes should go away
1:03:38
and now we have all the kneeling you
1:03:39
know the baseball games that are gonna
1:03:42
end pretty soon but they have a baseball
1:03:44
game everybody has everybody now
1:03:45
has to kneel uh why even play the
1:03:48
national anthem it doesn't make any
1:03:50
sense to me
1:03:51
oh man but everything so i
1:03:54
so i am and we've been talking so much
1:03:57
about
1:03:58
sports and i watched the whole um the
1:04:01
last
1:04:01
dance did you watch that by the way the
1:04:03
last dance with the michael jordan
1:04:05
queued up now you'll enjoy it because
1:04:07
it's not just about jordan and of course
1:04:08
i have to i have to since we talked
1:04:11
about this once i do have to
1:04:12
mention what's becoming a real guilty
1:04:15
pleasure
1:04:17
i have uh obtained
1:04:21
all the seasons of chicago pd
1:04:25
which is the sickest show ever put on
1:04:27
broadcast television
1:04:30
yeah especially when you watch it from
1:04:33
the beginning the first episode on
1:04:35
uh it is incredibly violent
1:04:39
and you know meanwhile holly was giving
1:04:41
everyone crap about this oh you know
1:04:42
you're
1:04:43
trump it's incredibly violent it is
1:04:46
about
1:04:46
corruption the way they present it as a
1:04:50
necessity and it's just a damnedest
1:04:54
thing and it's
1:04:55
it is structured beautifully it's a dick
1:04:57
wolf show so
1:04:58
it would be after all these years he's
1:05:00
got the he's got it nailed yeah
1:05:02
and it's a hell of a thing to see to
1:05:04
watch if it ever shows up on
1:05:06
netflix or anything i'd recommend just
1:05:08
plowing through it
1:05:10
so how does that relate to china
1:05:14
i had said you said something you said
1:05:16
somebody remember
1:05:17
you don't want to remember the subject i
1:05:19
can't remember what it was
1:05:21
you added about this thing you want me
1:05:23
to watch about the background oh yes
1:05:25
okay there we go sorry
1:05:26
uh so i watched the jazz pl utah jazz
1:05:31
play god i don't know
1:05:33
it was so pathetic and they had on the
1:05:36
back of there so the first they had the
1:05:38
kneeling
1:05:40
uh and and uh way to go uh jonathan
1:05:43
uh isaac jonathan isaac i think it is
1:05:46
way to go man don't and he said no uh
1:05:50
in fact do i have a clip of him i think
1:05:51
i may have a clip
1:05:53
i was quite impressed by uh hmm
1:05:57
i guess i don't it's crazy i thought i
1:05:59
had
1:06:01
i thought i had that all clipped i
1:06:03
wanted to talk about it oh here we go
1:06:04
jonathan
1:06:05
isaac of the orlando magic um so he
1:06:08
didn't put on the black lives matter
1:06:10
jersey
1:06:10
he didn't kneel they have to know he's a
1:06:12
ordained minister
1:06:14
uh i think he preached i think he i
1:06:16
think he has a church that he preaches
1:06:18
i don't know if it's his or he he's like
1:06:20
some gig work you know side hustle
1:06:22
uh but when i saw the other jerseys the
1:06:25
players had
1:06:26
say her name on the back freedom
1:06:29
equality
1:06:30
justice and the one white guy on the
1:06:32
field
1:06:33
on the court the one white guy had ally
1:06:36
it was like oh my god this is so
1:06:39
pathetic
1:06:40
pathetic and just ally
1:06:44
like if that's like racist by itself you
1:06:46
can't have say her name on your shirt
1:06:48
you're a bit
1:06:48
ally you're just an ally
1:06:52
i felt very allied myself just watching
1:06:54
but here's jonathan isaac getting an
1:06:57
asinine question from the press and an
1:06:59
asinine follow-up he's kind of hard to
1:07:01
understand but if you focus you'll get
1:07:02
it make sure you unmute
1:07:04
hey um so i have a two-part question for
1:07:07
you
1:07:08
so you didn't kneel during the anthem
1:07:09
but you also didn't wear a black lives
1:07:12
matter shirt
1:07:13
do you believe that black lives matter i
1:07:14
mean
1:07:18
what kind of a question is that do these
1:07:21
do these children go to journalism
1:07:23
school and learn this let's ask the
1:07:25
black man
1:07:26
let's ask the black man if black lives
1:07:28
matter
1:07:29
come on absolutely
1:07:33
stop stop stop for context was this a
1:07:36
black
1:07:36
reporter or white reporter well she was
1:07:38
on the phone so we don't know
1:07:41
but she sounds caring to me absolutely
1:07:44
absolutely
1:07:45
i believe that black lives matter um a
1:07:48
lot went into my decision and part of it
1:07:50
is first off
1:07:51
um it is my thought that you know
1:07:53
kneeling or wearing a black glass man
1:07:55
can you
1:07:56
even understand what he's saying yes i
1:07:58
can understand everything he's saying
1:07:59
okay
1:08:00
um don't go hand in hand with supporting
1:08:02
black violence
1:08:03
i do believe that black lives matter but
1:08:05
i i just felt like it was the decision
1:08:07
that i had to make
1:08:08
and i didn't i don't feel like
1:08:12
putting putting that shirt on and
1:08:13
kneeling i went hand in hand with
1:08:16
supporting black blouse or that it made
1:08:18
me support black lives or not i believe
1:08:20
that
1:08:21
for myself my life has been supported
1:08:24
through the gospel
1:08:25
of jesus christ that everyone is made in
1:08:28
the image of god and that we all for
1:08:29
sure god's glory
1:08:31
answer that go ahead am i able to follow
1:08:34
up with a quick one
1:08:35
yes please do go ahead okay um so
1:08:38
jonathan
1:08:38
i i'm asking this with all sincerity i
1:08:40
just want to really understand your
1:08:42
reasoning for that
1:08:43
can you just explain further what you
1:08:45
feel like religion
1:08:46
has to do with kneeling for the anthem
1:08:48
to protest against racism and police
1:08:50
brutality
1:08:52
i mean wow thanks for the in-depth
1:08:56
question lady what does religion have to
1:08:59
do with today
1:09:00
oh thank you and i appreciate jonathan
1:09:04
isaac
1:09:10
shit that woman is she just wants to
1:09:13
quote for a headline so she can hang up
1:09:14
and go write it and be first and post it
1:09:16
on twitter
1:09:17
that's journalism today but the whole
1:09:20
thing
1:09:21
is clearly uh chinese influences i'm
1:09:25
sure that
1:09:25
they want to see this on the games in
1:09:28
china
1:09:29
they want to see this obedience from the
1:09:32
players no matter what the
1:09:34
issue is you can't have your name and
1:09:36
i'm sure they love that no names on
1:09:38
their shirts just like everyone else you
1:09:39
just
1:09:41
don't even need a driver's license
1:09:44
um whereas major league baseball
1:09:48
none of this or at least not on the not
1:09:50
on the uniforms
1:09:52
they had fake crowd noise so it just
1:09:55
and then and then you add in uh jonathan
1:09:58
isaac
1:09:58
and he's talking about the church and
1:10:01
religion
1:10:02
and that is a problem for china and this
1:10:05
is coming to a head
1:10:06
as the deal is up for renegotiation
1:10:09
between the vatican
1:10:11
and the chinese communist party who i
1:10:14
think
1:10:14
as we've discussed have created a
1:10:17
separate catholic
1:10:18
church in china the cpa
1:10:21
which is uh i think the catholic
1:10:23
people's the church of
1:10:25
whatever it's bogus with cardinals that
1:10:28
are only approved by the ccp
1:10:30
i'm very suspicious of this pope who is
1:10:33
making the deals
1:10:34
reported more than a billion dollars
1:10:36
just to go along with whatever they want
1:10:38
them to do
1:10:39
and it's time to renegotiate both the
1:10:42
vatican and the catholic diocese of hong
1:10:44
kong are the targets of hackers
1:10:46
allegedly backed by the chinese
1:10:48
communist government
1:10:49
the chinese foreign ministry calls the
1:10:51
report quote groundless speculation
1:10:57
chinese officials deny the allegations a
1:10:59
report from the digital monitoring group
1:11:01
recorded future claims that since may
1:11:03
hackers have spread malware and
1:11:06
access church offices in hong kong as
1:11:08
well as servers at the vatican
1:11:10
in just over a month the holy see and
1:11:12
china are scheduled to hold talks to
1:11:14
negotiate
1:11:15
how the church will cooperate with the
1:11:17
chinese communist regime
1:11:19
yeah the other reporting is how the
1:11:21
church will cooperate they will
1:11:22
cooperate
1:11:24
even the reporting is like that the
1:11:27
catholic church is in huge disarray over
1:11:29
this
1:11:30
i would think so a lot of producers have
1:11:33
emailed me and really schooled me on
1:11:35
on what's going on and you know i still
1:11:38
have you know there's a new
1:11:40
uh vatican constitution coming out
1:11:43
is what they had that's not what it's
1:11:44
called but it's kind of the a new
1:11:46
version of the constitution a whole
1:11:47
bunch of
1:11:48
cardinals are going to get retired
1:11:51
new ones are coming in so everyone's
1:11:53
very worried about this
1:11:55
and this pope is saying a lot of stuff
1:11:57
that uh
1:11:58
catholics do not like particularly about
1:12:01
some core
1:12:02
issues so we'll keep our eye on that but
1:12:07
you know you get to the church and you
1:12:09
start changing that then you start to
1:12:10
change some fundamental ways that people
1:12:13
believe not today tomorrow but
1:12:15
gradually in the future and it seems to
1:12:18
be kind of planned
1:12:20
it certainly is working with the with
1:12:22
socialism
1:12:23
in the united states that seems to be
1:12:26
coming in perfectly we have uh
1:12:28
i i told you that jeff bezos is the
1:12:30
lightning rod of uh
1:12:32
of capitalism now it used to be actually
1:12:34
actually used to be bill gates for a
1:12:36
while i think wasn't bill gates kind of
1:12:38
the
1:12:38
capitalist pig for a few years yeah
1:12:43
and yeah gates was a capitalist pig
1:12:45
larry all capitalist pigs have drawn
1:12:47
that
1:12:47
top five list but but what warren
1:12:50
buffett has never called out as a
1:12:51
capitalist pig
1:12:52
no because he presents himself as a nice
1:12:55
friendly old
1:12:56
old man from omaha
1:12:59
um well bezos is
1:13:02
uh the socialists the democratic
1:13:05
socialists but just
1:13:07
kids who are not even not even
1:13:10
ideologically affiliated who gladly
1:13:13
love all the benefits of capitalism
1:13:16
that's the woke infrastructure of apple
1:13:18
iphone starbucks and other places that
1:13:21
that have immunity and even amazon has
1:13:23
immunity
1:13:24
then no one is stopping ordering from
1:13:26
amazon
1:13:27
yeah they just don't like bezos but they
1:13:30
hate bezos because she made 13 billion
1:13:32
dollars in one day
1:13:33
in one day so now they're going after
1:13:35
him personally including the seattle
1:13:37
council this is seattle
1:13:39
city council members there's a communist
1:13:41
on that council and the whole thing is
1:13:42
skewed left
1:13:44
uh she's a socialist her name is
1:13:48
kshama savant i believe she is uh
1:13:54
i don't know i i i don't know if she's
1:13:55
reading a clip from hers
1:13:57
during the chassis right yeah oh okay
1:13:59
well here she is uh
1:14:00
going straight and this is about the
1:14:02
amazon tax
1:14:04
uh yeah she's trying to drive she is
1:14:06
gonna single-handedly drive
1:14:08
drive amazon out of seattle and the city
1:14:10
will go into a
1:14:11
uh depression you know you know you know
1:14:14
seattle which is one of the few city
1:14:17
cities
1:14:18
that actually has a vibrant downtown and
1:14:20
it's you know you can go
1:14:22
it's not like say no offense to the
1:14:24
people in saint louis and cleveland
1:14:28
and these places back east that are just
1:14:30
decayed
1:14:32
city centers detroit of course is a good
1:14:35
example
1:14:36
uh seattle's never gone through
1:14:40
any of that it's it's been nice all the
1:14:42
time so san francisco i'd say it's the
1:14:44
same way
1:14:45
uh it's not going to stay that way it's
1:14:47
going to end up like an
1:14:48
east coast piece of crap can you explain
1:14:50
quickly the amazon tax what that is
1:14:54
i think it's a head tackle oh that's
1:14:56
right yeah they have to pay per and that
1:14:58
has to go to affordable housing which i
1:14:59
think amazon has done
1:15:01
bezos put 10 billion dollars of the last
1:15:04
quarter i think it's all the
1:15:06
operational profit into upgrading
1:15:09
whatever it doesn't matter
1:15:10
he's a slave driver that man horrible
1:15:13
and they're going after him personally
1:15:15
and here she is
1:15:16
i have a message for jeff bezos and his
1:15:18
class
1:15:19
if you attempt again to overturn the
1:15:22
amazon tax
1:15:23
working people will go all out in the
1:15:25
thousands to defeat you
1:15:28
and we will not stop there because you
1:15:30
see we are fighting for far more than
1:15:32
this tax
1:15:33
we are preparing the ground for a
1:15:35
different kind of society
1:15:37
and if you jeff bezos want to drive that
1:15:40
process forward
1:15:41
by lashing out against us in our modest
1:15:44
demands
1:15:45
then so be it because we are coming for
1:15:47
you
1:15:48
and your rotten system we are coming to
1:15:51
dismantle this deeply oppressive
1:15:53
racist sexist violent utterly
1:15:57
bankrupt system of capitalism this
1:15:59
police state
1:16:01
we cannot and will not stop until we
1:16:03
overthrow it
1:16:04
and replace it with a world based
1:16:06
instead
1:16:07
on solidarity genuine democracy
1:16:10
and equality a socialist world
1:16:16
by the way she's she's from india she is
1:16:19
from india
1:16:20
you can see this is not a an unusual
1:16:24
uh way to be in india yeah and this is
1:16:26
one of the reasons this has held
1:16:27
india back for probably hundreds of
1:16:30
years
1:16:31
this it's a it's built into their
1:16:34
to their uh mentality yeah they're the
1:16:36
same mentality the same way
1:16:37
civilization it's a it's a conflict of
1:16:39
civilization
1:16:40
so you plant somebody like that over in
1:16:42
seattle amongst a bunch of dummies
1:16:45
and they all lap it up it's really
1:16:47
hilarious to watch
1:16:49
i mean it's like some of the during the
1:16:51
70s we had this thing with all these
1:16:53
there was this huge influx of gurus
1:16:56
from india yeah and they all got land in
1:16:59
montana
1:17:00
well they all did they all did different
1:17:02
things but they had a
1:17:04
sales pitch that was so alien to
1:17:07
americans
1:17:08
oh but the raj nishis were one of the
1:17:10
best examples with their
1:17:11
at the airport so you remember this yeah
1:17:24
was the main guy but yeah it was they i
1:17:27
forgot to even the name of this group
1:17:28
but they
1:17:29
yeah they were all very colorful but
1:17:32
their sales pitches
1:17:34
alien to western ears and we
1:17:37
easily are susceptible to it for some
1:17:39
reason
1:17:40
uh because it's been very fine-tuned in
1:17:42
india which is a real hard
1:17:44
sell selling in india it's really not
1:17:46
easy so they get these sales pitches to
1:17:48
this point and that's what we're seeing
1:17:50
with the socialist stuff
1:17:51
a lot of it's coming right out of india
1:17:54
uh
1:17:54
whether it's controlled by the chinese
1:17:55
or not the chinese are sure not uh no no
1:17:58
the chinese are with pakistan now
1:18:00
they're they're hating india well the
1:18:03
point is
1:18:04
that the message is very so what is the
1:18:06
message then what what is what are they
1:18:08
trying to sell what what i mean
1:18:09
socialism okay got it
1:18:10
which she calls democracy they're trying
1:18:12
to sell the
1:18:14
the defeat of capitalism they want the
1:18:17
capitalistic system
1:18:18
done do they have anything to replace it
1:18:20
with if you ask them
1:18:21
socialism she said she pointed out she
1:18:23
said socialism no
1:18:25
they got nothing she said socialism well
1:18:28
what is it
1:18:30
it's not jeff bezos apparently whatever
1:18:33
get rid of him and we're good
1:18:35
yes yes if jeff bezos was murdered
1:18:39
tomorrow the kids would be dancing in
1:18:41
the street thinking they won
1:18:43
there's this they're idiots
1:18:47
not all of them but a lot of them
1:18:50
now before we take our break since it's
1:18:54
a sunday and
1:18:55
it can only be done on no agenda if you
1:18:57
didn't hear it
1:18:58
i thought the grilling that jim jordan
1:19:00
did of hair dr
1:19:02
fauci uh over the protests
1:19:07
was so good uh that of course it didn't
1:19:10
get a lot of air time
1:19:12
so it got no air time did you see any of
1:19:15
it
1:19:15
i saw yeah i saw i saw a couple of clips
1:19:17
but i didn't hear the whole thing i was
1:19:19
always gonna go back and watch it yeah
1:19:20
so it's about four minutes do you have
1:19:22
it yes i do it's four minutes if we
1:19:24
uh either either one of us has veto if
1:19:26
we're bored then we'll stop it
1:19:28
well hold on a second i want to mention
1:19:31
that
1:19:31
people should take note of this because
1:19:33
jim jordan who's a favorite of mine
1:19:36
uh he was semi-banned
1:19:39
on this show for some reason or other
1:19:43
really and i find it interesting that
1:19:45
you've you've been
1:19:46
you've been sweet you've switched over
1:19:47
to the other side i i do not remember
1:19:49
jim jordan being banned on this show
1:19:51
we have a ban on rachel maddow we have a
1:19:54
ban on sean hannity
1:19:56
uh we have a ban on the
1:19:59
john kerry tucker well john kerry's not
1:20:02
even in the picture anymore well tucker
1:20:03
is just
1:20:04
uh there's no ban on tucker he's just he
1:20:08
well we're circumspect when we play
1:20:11
tucker
1:20:12
circumspect i just i like his guest
1:20:16
gordon chang came from his show so his
1:20:18
guests are good
1:20:19
yeah okay anyway jim jordan
1:20:23
i'm gonna i'll i'll stop it if i need to
1:20:25
stop it in the moment
1:20:26
maybe to ask a question but i i would
1:20:28
gladly listen to the whole thing
1:20:30
here we go all right it's a no agenda
1:20:32
special thank you mr chairman dr fauci
1:20:34
do protest
1:20:35
increase the spread of the virus
1:20:37
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1:20:39
you protest increase the spread of the
1:20:41
virus repeat the question while he's
1:20:43
thinking of the answer because oh boy he
1:20:45
knows he's getting screwed here
1:20:46
uh i think i can make a general
1:20:48
statement well half a million protesters
1:20:50
on june 6 alone i'm just asking that
1:20:52
number of people
1:20:53
does that increase the spread of the
1:20:54
violence crowding together particularly
1:20:57
when you're not wearing a mast
1:21:00
he's so nervous he says mast instead of
1:21:02
mask
1:21:03
he's uh jim's gordon he's got him he's
1:21:06
got him on the uh
1:21:07
got him on the ropes already a million
1:21:09
protesters on june 6th alone i'm just
1:21:11
asking that number
1:21:12
does it increase the spread of the virus
1:21:14
crowding together particularly when
1:21:16
you're not wearing a mast
1:21:18
contributes to the spread of the virus
1:21:20
should we limit the protesting
1:21:22
i i'm not sure what you mean should how
1:21:25
do we
1:21:26
say limit the protesting the government
1:21:27
limit the protesting
1:21:30
i i i don't think that's relevant to
1:21:33
well you just said if it increases the
1:21:35
spread of the virus i'm just asking
1:21:36
should we limit it
1:21:37
well i'm i'm not in a position to
1:21:39
determine what the government can do in
1:21:41
a forceful way
1:21:42
well you make all kinds of
1:21:42
recommendations you make comments on
1:21:44
dating on baseball and everything you
1:21:46
can imagine i'm just asking you you just
1:21:47
said that protests increase the spread
1:21:49
i'm just asking you should we try to
1:21:50
limit the protest
1:21:51
i think i would leave that to people who
1:21:52
have more of an a position to do that i
1:21:55
can tell
1:21:56
you government stopping people from
1:21:57
going to church dr
1:21:59
falchi yeah last week in the calvary
1:22:01
chapel case
1:22:02
five liberals on the supreme court said
1:22:04
it was okay for nevada
1:22:06
to limit church services government i
1:22:09
mean justice
1:22:10
gorsuch said it best he said there's no
1:22:11
there's no world in which the
1:22:12
constitution permits nevada to favor
1:22:14
caesar's palace over calvary chapel i'm
1:22:16
just asking is there a world where the
1:22:17
constitution says
1:22:18
you can favor one first amendment
1:22:20
liberty protesting
1:22:21
over another practicing your faith i'm
1:22:24
not favoring anybody over anybody
1:22:26
i'm just making a statement that's a
1:22:28
broad statement
1:22:29
that avoid crap what should he have done
1:22:32
in this case because clearly he's been
1:22:33
very
1:22:34
very adamant about about churches
1:22:38
about bars about restaurants he's been
1:22:41
adamant about everything
1:22:42
because he obviously is not getting out
1:22:44
of this he
1:22:46
no he screwed himself by uh not
1:22:48
beginning correctly he should have
1:22:50
started off with i'm
1:22:52
very concerned about this probably as
1:22:54
much as i'm concerned about
1:22:56
anything else and that neutralizes
1:22:58
everything you
1:22:59
just mentioned so he's admitting that
1:23:02
it's a problem
1:23:03
but that would throw jordan off because
1:23:05
now it's just uh
1:23:06
that was well you know i i just said
1:23:09
that i i'm very concerned about yeah
1:23:11
yeah exactly exactly now he's just down
1:23:13
on the mat and jordan
1:23:14
he screwed up humbling him of any type
1:23:17
no matter where you are
1:23:19
because that leads to the acquisition
1:23:21
and transmission
1:23:22
and i don't judge one crowd versus
1:23:24
another crowd
1:23:26
when you're in a crowd particularly if
1:23:27
you're not wearing a mask
1:23:29
that is this it's a simple question
1:23:31
doctor should we limit the protest
1:23:33
government
1:23:34
is obviously limiting people on the trip
1:23:35
and look
1:23:37
look there's been no there's been no
1:23:38
violence that i've i can see at church i
1:23:40
haven't seen people during the church
1:23:41
servants go out and
1:23:42
and harm police officers or burn
1:23:44
buildings but we know that i mean for 63
1:23:46
days now
1:23:47
pay close attention to fauci because
1:23:49
he's just going to start sputtering and
1:23:50
he's getting annoyed
1:23:52
and uh and he starts saying it does it
1:23:54
doesn't go well it's just been happening
1:23:56
in portland right
1:23:57
yeah one night in chicago 49 officers
1:24:00
were injured but no limit to
1:24:03
no limit to protest but boy you can't go
1:24:06
to church on sunday
1:24:08
i don't know how many times i can answer
1:24:09
that i'm not going to opine on limiting
1:24:11
anything i'm just going to tell you
1:24:13
i'm behind on a lot of things yeah but
1:24:15
i've never this is something that
1:24:16
directly impacts the spread of the virus
1:24:18
and i'm asking your
1:24:19
your position on the protest yeah i'm
1:24:21
well i'm not going to opine on limiting
1:24:23
anything i'm telling you what it is the
1:24:25
danger
1:24:26
and you can make your own conclusions
1:24:30
the only person who used opine to excess
1:24:33
was bill o'reilly
1:24:39
constantly at the end of his show every
1:24:40
show he would say if you wish to opine
1:24:42
send me a letter at bill o'reilly.com
1:24:44
that's not the same as bill o'reilly of
1:24:46
fox news and blah blah blah
1:24:47
but alpine or pineal pine he would use
1:24:50
so i'm now guessing
1:24:52
that fauci used to be an o'reilly
1:24:54
watcher oh my
1:24:55
yeah these are words like who would use
1:24:58
op i've never heard him use it either
1:25:00
interesting all right now i'm well i'm
1:25:03
not going to opine on limiting anything
1:25:05
i'm telling you what
1:25:06
it is the danger and you can make your
1:25:08
own conclusion about that
1:25:10
you should stay away from crowds no
1:25:13
matter where the crowd is stop
1:25:14
government is the government has stopped
1:25:16
people from going to
1:25:18
work you know what if he says hey you're
1:25:21
such a ditto head
1:25:22
then we'll know for sure fouchy's uh
1:25:24
just in new jersey four days ago
1:25:27
ian smith frank trumbetta were arrested
1:25:30
for opening up for trying to operate
1:25:32
their business their gym
1:25:34
they were arrested but my bet is if
1:25:37
these two individuals own this gym were
1:25:39
outside just in front of their gym
1:25:40
and all the people who were working out
1:25:42
in their gym were outside protesting
1:25:44
they'd been just fine but because they
1:25:45
were in the gym
1:25:46
working out actually running their
1:25:48
business they got arrested you think
1:25:50
that's okay
1:25:51
you know i'm not going to a point on who
1:25:53
gets arrested again
1:25:55
i i you get where i'm going i'm telling
1:25:58
you
1:25:59
all right so now he's trying to play the
1:26:01
inside baseball card
1:26:02
now he's like hey do you get where i'm
1:26:04
going stop this mofo you're badgering me
1:26:07
stop it you know i'm not going to a
1:26:09
point hold on a second
1:26:12
that's another mystery that's exactly
1:26:13
what he should have said what you just
1:26:15
said
1:26:17
can you stop badgering me about this i
1:26:19
didn't like i don't like the idea of
1:26:21
these big crowds that's all i it's all i
1:26:22
have to say
1:26:23
i think make him get off track because
1:26:26
he's already off he's off the rails he's
1:26:28
frozen he has nowhere