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August 9th, 2020 • 2h 58m

1267: Trust Stamp

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i can't believe these pharma companies
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aren't
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doing this pro bono adam curry
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john c devorah it's sunday august 8th
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2020. this is your award-winning
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giveaway nation media assassination
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episode 1267.
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this is no agenda
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and broadcasting live from opportunity
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zone 33 here in the frontier of austin
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texas capital of the drone star
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state in the morning everybody i'm adam
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curry and from northern silicon valley
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where we can't find a reset button
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i'm looking i'm john c divora
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let's get right to the news at hand we
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cannot delay we just had a special
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zephyr report the economics of the
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country and the world depend on it john
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c devorak what are you learning
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well i saw the zephyr go by eight cars
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plus
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a a one of those bonus cars at the end a
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uh rented uh very classic
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old whistle stop kind of a pullman from
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the 20s that had the back do you get on
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back
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back there and you give the speeches
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yeah it's got the flags
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old cars got it had a bunch of flags
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hanging off the back it was dynamite
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looking all right so for the squawk box
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and for the trading floor
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the trading desk everybody this means
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economy stable but we have a surprise on
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the horizon could be
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related to roosevelt
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i was roosevelt to see biden on the back
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there waving that now that would that
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that would be his jam he is mr
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uh a cella he's mr train he's mr amtrak
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yeah yeah he'd be perfect that would be
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fantastic but no
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no no no
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wow um a lot of things to discuss
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uh i would i would like to start just
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with a couple of different
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diverse reports we're getting from
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melbourne australia
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now melbourne i mean this this is
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they've gone nuts down there they really
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have
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um people the police can now
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enter homes in melbourne without a
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warrant to carry out
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spot checks and all this just so you
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know is being blamed
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on a uh on some uh
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independent security company you see
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when
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when the lockdown order came wherever
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you were
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you had to stay in place for six weeks
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at that address including
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uh towers of apartment building towers
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hotels and apparently
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uh six weeks yes yes
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and apparently with just what i'm
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reading in uh
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in victoria there was you know some
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obviously shady security company was
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supposed to you know keep people
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inside the hotel and and they had 18
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cases amongst themselves and spreading
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it and i think
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they were having sex with people and it
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was always a mess so that's where the
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problem comes from
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but the responses have been very
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interesting from our producers boots on
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the ground and and very diverse actually
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which kind of shows you how differently
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people can
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it's not it's let's put it this way it's
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not just trump
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in the u.s um so our first producer here
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was mad just mad that we even
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dared to play katie hopkins
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[Music]
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he's horribly mad and he said this is
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not true what she said
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i live in melbourne it's not only closed
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for seven
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deaths many more than that today
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currently seven thousand
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cases from effectively none i
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trust our figures okay well that's
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mistake number one
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to trust any figures at this point
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lockdown is trying to put the genie back
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in the bottle it's all about trying to
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fix the mess of the hotel quarantine
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failure
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that was the key to the whole success
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for australia the media
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is pushing that that merit that's the
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narrative security failure
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yeah uh australia asked returning
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travelers
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who were the sole source of infections
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to self-isolate that proved quickly not
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to work
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so then they forced all returning
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travelers into two-week mandatory hotel
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quarantine not too weak
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at the governor's ex at the government's
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expense
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that was just for the hotel that's
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before this big lockdown i guess
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that's where it went wrong so they had
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people coming back into the country
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they were supposed to quarantine for two
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weeks and then this
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security company or they actually they
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hired uber drivers let's go back to the
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death toll
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you said there were seven and he said
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you're a liar yes
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what is the number he doesn't have a
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number for me he says many more than
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that he'll be a liar if he hasn't got a
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better number
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i don't trust any numbers from anywhere
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at this point but here's the story
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that i guess is is being blamed on this
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uh the security company hired
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uber drivers to do to be security guards
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and the virus got out okay
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i'm sure uh then we have a note
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from uh who was this uh
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max uh the talking bunyip
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a little more context for melbourne
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after listening to the show opening of
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1266 a month ago australia had like many
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others
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being to return to some form of normal
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normality as daily cases in all states
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were either in single numbers
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non-existent then suddenly
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melbourne cases began to rise again it's
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the cases story
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so none of our producers have given me
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any feedback
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on increase in testing or anything like
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that
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uh but after the two-week lockdown that
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was the original the original
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uh uh be quiet slave
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face mass and coverings were made
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mandatory outside of the homes the next
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week the numbers stabilized around six
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to seven hundred a day these are just
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cases
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cases uh the premier victoria dan
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andrews justified the action of the
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basis that under stage three it would be
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it would have taken all year to return
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to acceptable number of daily cases
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they're even more clueless than we are
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here they're still trying to figure out
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what cases are and what it means
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well i have one more i got it we got a
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nasty note from somebody one of our
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uh another producer is a knight so you
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have to take him seriously
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of course and he goes on and on about
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somebody in his family died and
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you know we're just assholes for
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suggestions
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and everything is a conspiracy it's
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actually it's
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it's always someone's friend's parents
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you know what i mean someone always
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knows someone who of course you do
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it's horrible people are of course
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people who don't have seasonal flu you
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have i had
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jerry pornell and the one guy that used
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to work with and
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another one two just three years ago
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during that really bad flu season that
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was even
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even h1n1 it was just a bad flu season
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that's the one
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uh mimi got and uh the only made it
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through
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this happens the only mistake we made is
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when your friends died including john
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perry barlow
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of the flu and then subsequently i guess
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pneumonia
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we should have uh mocked the flu on the
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show then people would have understood
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we didn't even discuss it at all
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probably no but yeah this
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a lot of people die every year from a
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lot of things if you just highlight that
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the whole time
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then it's going to harp on it yeah and
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for sure there's people dying that you
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didn't know we're gonna die
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then there's always someone connected to
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somebody but
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okay we're insensitive bastards now i
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don't
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there's another thing that we brought up
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early we forgot to bring it up again
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you look at the john's hot john hopkins
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site and there's the 12 million infected
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or some
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there's some ridiculous number they nev
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are they people still
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roaming around infected they were
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infected in april
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do they ever get taken off this list are
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you permanently infected
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that's a very good point
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that is there's never any indication of
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how many people have been infected and
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cured in hours
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you're right they're married it's not
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it's not a rolling average
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of number of people infected it's new
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cases and then they just
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do a cumulative number yeah that is so
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true bigger and bigger
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league gets bigger that's just you're so
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right it always gets bigger if you don't
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take them off the list
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yeah that's a good point actually
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australia should call for that by the
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way that's another
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you know people you know the people that
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are irked at us this is just another one
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of many indicators that there is a
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there's a scam not a conspiracy there's
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a scam going on
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yeah and when you see billions of
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dollars just being funneled into these
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pharma companies here's a couple billion
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make a bunch of vaccine that doesn't
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work i was talking to the millennial
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one of the millennials last night and
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she said i can't believe
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i can't believe she said that the
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vaccine companies
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are not doing this pro bono i said
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i said is it starting to dawn on you
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it's actually pre-paid we
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paid them up front to do all this i
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hate capitalism well that's where it
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always ends up
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that's not capitalism corruption is
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corruption you know
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i just thought it was like a cabinet i
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hate capitalism
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yeah well it's the the messages are
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confusing and the kids are disillusioned
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and
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you know the only thing to do is go out
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and throw stuff
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by the way i do like that that idea of
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just using that
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i can't believe these pharma companies
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aren't doing this
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pro bono are they members of the world
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community or not
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oh well in fact they are just not the
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one you're hoping it is
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and then um after the show a couple of
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things happened on thursday
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uh which we'll get to the tick tock
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thing later the executive order came out
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45 days either you sell off the usps to
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a u.s
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company and 30 goes to the treasury or
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you're out
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um and this is again based on that daca
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decision
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when the president was all jitty about
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the way the supreme
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court interpreted the executive order
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power or the power of the executive
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of the president friday
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he threatened again at his golf club
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and then saturday he made good on it and
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signed three executive orders and
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i think i think this is exactly what we
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saw happening
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is let them argue put some bull crap
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up that apparently looks like trump
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really wants it like the fbi building
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which was immediately yeah he wants that
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fbi ability he
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he doesn't want a hotel there to compete
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with his trump hotel so let's try this
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fuck him on that
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and so he let him play along with that
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and obviously
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uh the final sticking point is a
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trillion dollars
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uh to bail out states
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uh and and that by the democrats is
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being turned into
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oh it doesn't want to help the frontline
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workers the doctors and the nurses now
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there's a whole
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whole different category for that but he
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came out
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with um the four executive orders
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and i think the strategy worked
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perfectly and make it look like or just
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keep yelling that the democrats don't
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want to come to the table
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excite the base by saying we're not
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going to give a trillion dollars to
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democrats
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uh states and cities then
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throw out the executive orders and say
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what
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you want to sue me over this you want to
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delay this even longer even though i'm
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the hero and i'm in the middle here
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between
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the evil republicans and then even more
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evil democrats i'm saving the day
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is that what you want to do nancy
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and i think that uh the mainstream media
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aligned with the
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the democrats uh are in irons they're in
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shock they they don't know which way to
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go and i thought the today show
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uh they did kind of a summary uh
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which i couldn't help but think this is
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really
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making trump look incredibly good in
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hostile territory
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going it alone i'm taking executive
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action we've had it
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at his private club the president
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brought out the pens
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signing a series of actions that bypass
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congress
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after two weeks of talks for covet
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relief failed
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democrats are actively blocking the
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things that we want
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and what we want is good for people he
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called for a new round of enhanced
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unemployment
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at a lower figure than the benefits that
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expired why did you decide on 400
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when previously families were receiving
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600 that will be a hardship for many
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what do you say to them well no it's not
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a hardship this is the money that they
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need this is the money they want
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and this gives them a great incentive to
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go back to work another big change
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a payroll tax holiday for workers
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earning less than 100 thousand dollars
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a move many democrats and republicans
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had opposed
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this will mean bigger paychecks for
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working families the president also
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provided
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some eviction protections and deferred
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student loans
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but sidestepping lawmakers could lead to
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legal challenges
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over the separation of powers since only
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congress has the constitutional
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authority
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to control taxes and spending maybe
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they'll bring
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legal actions maybe they won't but they
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won't win house speaker nancy pelosi and
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democratic leader chuck schumer
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criticized the president for choosing to
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stay on his luxury golf course to
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announce
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unworkable weak and narrow policy
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announcements
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so as monitoring as much of the trump
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opposition as possible just to
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see how they were going to respond to it
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and they're definitely catching on to
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the
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oh well is it can't even do it is it
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legal but
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when it comes to and that therefore the
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executive order to
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cut payroll tax until the end of the
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year continue
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unemployment insurance at 400 until the
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end of the year
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with 100 of that 400 coming from money
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that
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they're giving to the states that the
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states can choose to add to that or not
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yeah um and well
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you know when you when you extend ui
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unemployment insurance you're only one
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letter away from
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ubi this is getting very close to
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universal basic income for
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a large scale i think there's some
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experimentation going i have a clip
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play my clip of the executive order for
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money okay trump
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yeah yeah yeah hold on
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trump yep got it
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hey play president trump took matters
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into his own hands today issuing
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executive orders
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late this afternoon at his golf resort
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in new jersey the president announced
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that payroll taxes and student loans
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would be deferred through the end of the
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year
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an eviction moratorium would be extended
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and he would divert
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unspent money from an earlier relief
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bill and from fema to extend
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federal unemployment insurance payments
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it's four hundred dollars per week
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and we're doing that without the
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democrats we should have been able to do
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it very easily with them but they want
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all of these additional things that have
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nothing to do with helping
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people states will have to contribute 25
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percent of the cost and
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the extension will be voluntary for
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those states enhanced federal
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unemployment benefits expired a week
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ago the six hundred dollar payments have
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been a major point of contention
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between the white house and democratic
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leaders working on a deal
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mr trump defended providing unemployed
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people
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less money than they were receiving in
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the previous relief legislation
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this gives them a great incentive to go
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back to work so this was much more than
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was originally agreed
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to 600 was a number that was there and
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as you know there were different there
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was difficulty with the 600 number
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because it really was a disincentive
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the money has not been a disincentive
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according to findings by both economists
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at yale as well as the chicago
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federal reserve board yeah the uh
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couple of things i want to mention that
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you were you touched on
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first of all yes congress supposed to be
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in control of the taxing and the money
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and this and the dispensation but the
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word diverting was the key
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yes of course trump isn't really
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it's not creating new money it's already
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there no and and
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and if and the federal tax uh
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that you take out of your employment yes
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payroll tax payroll taxes not changing
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anything really you still have to pay
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tax
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yeah just not the payroll your income
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tax just not the payroll tax
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now the thing that's left out of all
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these reports and i couldn't find
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the exact wording for it but none of the
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reporters even cared to look
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is what was this stuff that the
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democrats kept wanting to add in
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he said oh well the democrats don't want
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to do it because they want to add all
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this left-wing crap in there
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i think well if you looked at the heroes
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act
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which i did which was passed now it's
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three months ago now
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which is it's huge it's it's all the
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green new deal stuff it's the un agenda
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it's agenda 2030
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all the stuff that's in there but the
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main crux was the
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trillion dollars uh for states
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uh which is just not necessary that not
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that much damage was caused
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i found a way with pelosi wish list that
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they keep putting in
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to their different bills they tried to
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pushing this stuff through and i just
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thought it'd be interesting to
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read the list sure this is what they're
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act
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publication of corporate pay statistics
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by race
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and race statistics for all corporate
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boards well i can't
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what's wrong with that we could have
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that
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by law required early voting
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and required same-day voter registration
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provisions on official time for union
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collective bargaining
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and by the way that's an interesting
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point same day voter registration
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what process needs to take place that is
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so complicated you have to register
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months in advance maybe checking
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your your driver's license or making
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sure you actually live in that area i
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don't know
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okay all right i mean they when they
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sign a petition they supposedly go over
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all the names to make sure they're real
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people
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yeah well i'm all for the same day it's
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like oh i forgot but i want to vote
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we should have some form driver's
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license should be enough
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well they're giving driver's licenses
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away there's they found a cache of them
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with
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fake ones that they're distributing
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through different parts of the country
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oh
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sure that's a great idea provisions on
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official time for union collective
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bargaining i don't know what that has
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gotten to do with anything
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full offset of airline emissions by
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2025.
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publication and reporting of greenhouse
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gas statistics for individual flights
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retirement plans for community newspaper
19:16
employees
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wow get the press on your side off the
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wall
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federal 15 minimum wage permanent this
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was i think
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the done yeah permanent paid leave
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study on climate change mitigation
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efforts this is this i told you this is
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un agenda 2030 stuff this
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is the build back better agenda yeah
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build back better although pelosi
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was actually very happy with the uh
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unemployment uh insurance extension and
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with the payroll uh
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tax cut listen to this on the payroll
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tax cut
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this is necessary because our economy
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and our people
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need this boost for individual families
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160 million american families
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this will be a boost from a macro
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economic standpoint
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uh the demand that is injected into the
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economy when people spend this money
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will be a job creator and again
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a temporary measure to help give us a
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boost the same as the unemployment
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insurance
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extension the economists tell us that
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that's an immediate
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jump a start to the economy because of
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the
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macroeconomic of people getting money
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spending it immediately
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injecting demand creating jobs i think
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that was really nice that she spoke
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oh i'm sorry that was from 2012. oh yeah
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obama was there obama wanted a situation
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it's the same though it's the same crap
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and guess who was against it then
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the republicans so please people
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please get a grip on all this stuff
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worst thing ever it's gonna
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no just like just like mail in voting
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debbie wasserman schultz was all against
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it in florida when it was the
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republicans that had the upper hand it's
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so
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cringy just cringy what they all do
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sincerely you brought these these issues
21:14
this trump presser at his
21:16
golf club i have two clips that one of
21:18
them is the more interesting of the two
21:20
but i do want to play this uh the friday
21:23
on relief
21:23
and pelosi this 54 second clip my
21:26
administration continues to work in good
21:28
faith
21:29
to reach an agreement with democrats in
21:31
congress that will extend unemployment
21:33
benefits provide protections against
21:35
evictions a terrible thing happens with
21:38
evictions
21:39
not fair it wasn't their fault
21:42
that we were infected with this disease
21:45
from china
21:47
and get relief to american families yet
21:49
tragically nancy pelosi and chuck
21:51
schumer continue
21:53
to insist on radical left-wing policies
21:56
that have nothing to do with the china
21:59
virus nothing to do with it at all
22:02
so you have a virus that comes in
22:06
and you have people in congress that
22:08
don't want to help
22:09
our people if democrats continue to hold
22:12
this critical
22:13
relief hostage i will act under my
22:15
authority as president to get
22:17
americans the relief they need
22:21
right that's been harping he's really
22:24
changed his tune about the virus it's
22:26
not the china virus or the virus from
22:28
china i'm pissed off i i didn't clip it
22:31
but during that i think when he read the
22:34
executive order he said the corona
22:37
call it whatever you want china virus he
22:39
misspoke and corona came out much to his
22:42
horror
22:43
yeah so he quickly switched guys quickly
22:46
i mean he's got his target and he's
22:48
going to keep hounding it now there was
22:49
one thing from that press conference i
22:51
want to play
22:53
this is the this is the tva part this is
22:56
news
22:57
this is major headline well not headline
23:00
but at least front page news
23:01
well we've talked about we've talked
23:03
about this particular situation
23:05
uh several months ago he was complaining
23:07
about it
23:08
yes and they've taken action and he
23:11
talks about at the press conference and
23:12
instead if you know you'd think
23:14
one of the some outlet would pick it up
23:16
i didn't hear it anywhere it wasn't on
23:18
democracy now she was too busy
23:20
with mary trump making stuff up on the
23:23
spot yeah
23:24
and uh really mary trump is still on
23:27
on the on television she still shows up
23:30
she just she took the whole show on on
23:32
friday
23:34
not before i play this then i want you
23:36
to play the the teaser
23:38
uh amy's teaser amy t's this is 26 sec
23:42
this is the way democracy now began
23:44
today we spend the hour with the author
23:46
of a book president trump doesn't want
23:48
you to read it's called
23:50
too much and never enough how my family
23:53
created the world's most dangerous man
23:56
it's written by trump's niece mary trump
23:59
a clinical psychologist
24:01
she describes donald trump as a
24:03
sociopath who grew up in a dysfunctional
24:05
family that fostered his greed
24:07
and cruelty which he is now inflicting
24:10
on the world
24:11
is this background music new for them
24:13
that's so that's so funky
24:15
they always had that stupid background
24:17
in the music during the tease yeah
24:19
everybody have boombox
24:21
yeah yeah okay so this
24:24
this clip which is i i'm watching this
24:28
press conference and there's this clip
24:30
and i'm thinking and i then i just
24:32
started looking around
24:33
it's as if and we you're right we did
24:35
discuss
24:36
harsh part of this it's as if that was
24:39
just like this is like
24:40
real news it didn't happen it just it
24:43
didn't happen
24:44
whatever he said it just it didn't take
24:46
place
24:47
that's what you'd think yeah let's play
24:50
this
24:50
as you know earlier this week i met with
24:52
american workers at the tennessee valley
24:55
authority
24:56
who have been laid off by the leadership
24:59
at the
25:00
tennessee valley authority
25:03
as you know this is a
25:07
form of utility it's been around for a
25:10
long time since
25:11
fdr and the head person
25:16
not controlled by government but it's
25:18
sort of
25:19
semi-public in a sense gets paid the
25:22
highest
25:23
salary in the world of government
25:27
he gets eight million dollars a year
25:28
that's not a bad amount of money
25:31
it's eight million dollars a year
25:34
and we are not
25:38
accepting that even though we're not the
25:40
ones that appoint him or her
25:42
but in this case him we're not accepting
25:45
somebody getting paid eight million
25:46
dollars a year this has been going on
25:48
for many years
25:50
and we will do something about that and
25:53
we're already in negotiations right now
25:56
including possible termination
25:59
they and hundreds of their fellow
26:01
american tech workers the workers at the
26:04
tva
26:06
were being terminated from their
26:07
positions on top of
26:09
all of this and on top of the 8 million
26:11
dollar salary and a chief of staff who
26:13
makes much more than a million dollars a
26:15
year
26:17
but on top of all that they were being
26:19
terminated from their positions these
26:21
incredible people
26:22
in order to train the lower-cost foreign
26:25
workers imported to replace them how's
26:27
that for a law
26:29
when this was set up originally to
26:31
create jobs and economic development
26:34
and now they're getting fired and
26:36
they're supposed to train people
26:38
for a much lower who get a much lower
26:41
salary that's crazy this was a grave
26:45
injustice i fired the chairman of the
26:48
board in response
26:50
on friday i fired the chairman of the
26:52
board along with one other board member
26:55
that's the one thing we have we have the
26:57
right to fire
26:58
board members and i made it clear that
27:02
if they did not
27:03
swiftly reverse course i would continue
27:06
with these firings of the board members
27:09
and we just were informed that they have
27:13
agreed to change
27:14
course totally and today i'm proud to
27:17
announce that a major
27:19
victory for the workers of tennessee
27:22
and kentucky and other areas
27:26
that are covered great states great
27:28
states
27:29
that the leadership of the tva has
27:31
cancelled all of the layoffs and given
27:33
hundreds of american workers their jobs
27:35
back
27:36
oh uh i love how he's just taken him out
27:40
i took two out three more to go
27:44
none of this is covered and because it
27:46
just might make him look good we should
27:47
just explain the tennessee valley
27:49
authority briefly
27:50
before we do that i do want to mention
27:52
something i i
27:53
was stunned when he said that they were
27:56
firing guys to
27:57
to have but have them train their
27:58
replacements yeah i
28:00
honestly thought that all ended in the
28:02
late 90s
28:04
no that was when trump came in that was
28:06
one of the first things he did at the
28:08
remember the air conditioning plant we
28:10
had story after story of people who were
28:12
saying was it
28:13
ah what's the with the sea the carrier
28:16
yeah carrier
28:17
like oh they made us train their replace
28:19
train our replacements here and all the
28:21
rest went to uh
28:22
went to mexico no this is not this is
28:26
this is happening in high tech too but
28:29
that's where
28:30
that's the place where i knew the most
28:32
about it was in high-tech right right
28:34
that's what the indian h-1b workers they
28:37
come in
28:38
and and then they you get some guy
28:40
that's paid i don't know
28:41
110 000 a year on your replacement with
28:44
a guy paying sixty thousand a year yeah
28:46
and it seems like a good idea if you can
28:47
get away with it and they force the guy
28:49
to train the new guy
28:50
that's the cruel part that's so cruel
28:54
yeah so yeah this is a weird
28:57
organization though it was part of the
29:00
fixing everything after the great
29:02
depression
29:03
and yeah it was one of the three-letter
29:05
uh word uh
29:07
operations set up by roosevelt yeah and
29:10
so can't we just
29:12
get rid of all that or is it uh no it's
29:14
actually a power company it's a major
29:16
power i know but can't we just uh force
29:17
them to sell it to a new entity
29:20
well then the guy would get the 8
29:22
million for sure oh yeah it wasn't so
29:24
the 8 million is like and whatever
29:26
you know well for a public utility oh
29:28
it's crazy
29:30
it's quite crazy it's crazy yeah for a
29:32
guy who works for the government
29:34
making eight million dollars and his
29:35
chief of staff you're giving him a
29:37
million
29:37
a lot of but the thing is government
29:39
workers have been making more money than
29:41
the private schools
29:43
by quite a bit and that never used to be
29:45
the case
29:46
the government work was it was something
29:48
you'd fall back on
29:49
it wasn't something you'd go you'd never
29:51
make a career it's a good career move
29:53
these days
29:54
come on get in stay forever yeah
29:57
the uh so thank you that is something
30:00
you probably won't hear much about on
30:02
the
30:03
m5m what you will see is this week
30:07
and just in this room you have dozens of
30:09
people you're not following the
30:10
guidelines in new jersey which they
30:12
you should not have no they don't have
30:13
to use a political activity
30:16
this is about them not wearing masks
30:18
inside or not enough
30:21
you're wrong of that because it's a
30:22
political activity they have exceptions
30:24
political activity
30:25
and it's also a peaceful protest so when
30:28
you have
30:29
and as you know
30:33
they asked if they could be you know the
30:36
number of
30:37
and to me they look like they all have
30:39
pretty much all have masks on
30:40
but uh you know you have an exclusion in
30:43
the lord says peaceful protest or
30:44
political activity right
30:46
in fact specifically yeah it says
30:48
exactly political activity
30:50
or peaceful protest and you could call
30:52
it political activity but i
30:54
i'd call it peaceful protest because
30:55
they heard you were coming up
30:57
and they know the news is fake they
30:59
understand it better than anybody
31:04
yeah that's what gets all the play
31:05
nobody talks about the tv
31:08
you know the cartoon the uh the carnival
31:11
exactly
31:12
yeah it was about them well yes in fact
31:16
it's almost uh
31:17
as bad as uh oh my god this was really
31:19
sick
31:21
uh since it says it is still kind of
31:22
covert related it's about fouchy
31:25
and uh allison camera
31:28
camera camera cameron allison from cnn
31:32
i think she's the one that asked fauci
31:35
if uh if he would want brad pitt to play
31:38
him
31:38
on saturday night live
31:42
and and of course that happened and so i
31:45
guess she's
31:46
all jacked and jitty and jizzin all over
31:49
fauci as she's on cnn listen to this i'm
31:52
dr falchi great to see you again
31:54
allison here um hi
31:57
hi hi
32:01
oh hi i'm a journalist hi
32:05
um hi hi i have been listening with
32:09
wrapped attention but i feel like john
32:10
didn't get to the
32:11
really burning question what could the
32:14
burning question be that i mean the
32:15
man's not busy
32:16
america has for you and that is did you
32:18
hear that brad was nominated for an
32:20
emmy for playing you oh no
32:24
yes i did what is the real world we're
32:27
living in allison
32:30
i mean i hope he wins he's a great actor
32:33
i mean he's one of my favorite actors so
32:34
i really do hope he wins
32:36
have you spoken to him since he played
32:38
you you know i have not i would love to
32:41
meet him because i've been such a great
32:42
admirer of him and his talents but i
32:44
have not spoken to him
32:45
i feel like we can make that happen dr
32:48
fauci
32:48
because she's the dream maker allison is
32:51
she makes things happen
32:53
i feel like we you know you and i have
32:56
the power
32:56
to have you meet brad because i sort of
32:59
feel like anything you and i suggest he
33:01
does
33:02
how sad is this well we'll see
33:06
we'll see he's appropriately embarrassed
33:09
is trying to get out of it
33:10
thanks allison i'm not done with you dr
33:12
patrick would you like to
33:14
go up on stage when he wins would you
33:16
like to be there to help accept
33:18
me what is this interview
33:23
but listen to fauci's even annoyed by it
33:26
listen to this here to help
33:27
accept the emmy award yeah
33:31
what is that yeah
33:34
okay you know allison the only reason i
33:36
have hesitancy about
33:38
that is that we're in the middle of an
33:41
outbreak oh okay bring it back
33:44
and i think that if that association
33:46
with kind of
33:47
show business thing might be
33:49
misinterpreted
33:51
that it's i'm not serious about what i'm
33:52
doing so i'd rather focus on my job
33:55
and really wish him well that he wins i
33:58
was afraid there was going to be a point
33:59
that i pushed you too far
34:01
and it doesn't stop so we have just
34:02
gotten
34:04
up but we really appreciate how playful
34:08
you have been
34:09
on the lighter note with all of that and
34:11
it was just great i mean it was just
34:13
a great moment oh fabulous
34:16
pit is a fan of yours and all of your
34:18
information as well he's a fan of all
34:20
your information
34:21
geez ladies
34:28
almost as good as this exchange between
34:31
judy woodruff
34:33
and nancy pelosi this was friday
34:36
just i think just before the president
34:38
uh did his first
34:39
threatening announcement uh including
34:42
the tva announcement actually
34:44
and uh and and and judy boils it all
34:47
down
34:48
from pbs newshour she boils it all down
34:50
to well
34:52
the republicans don't want a trillion
34:54
dollars for states
34:56
and here's what happened the other point
34:58
republicans are making is they are now
34:59
showing flexibility
35:01
in money for state and local governments
35:03
this is again a difference democrats
35:05
want more money republicans want a lot
35:08
less
35:08
they are saying they're willing to show
35:10
flexibility and they're also saying a
35:12
lot of the money that was passed in the
35:13
spring madam speaker
35:15
has not even been spent yet so you want
35:18
to be an
35:18
advocate for them beauty if you want to
35:20
be an advocate for them no i'm this is
35:22
what the fact that i'm playing devil's
35:23
advocate yeah
35:24
i ask you for your position that's
35:27
that's what an accusation towards judy
35:30
for for pelosi to say
35:31
if you want to what'd you say if you
35:34
wanted to say carrie want to be an
35:35
advocate an advocate for them
35:38
that's i mean this is this is a
35:41
journalist
35:43
she should have pushed back a little a
35:45
little harder yeah i have great respect
35:47
for you i have great respect
35:49
you know i'm not here to be insulted
35:51
kind of thing but she couldn't probably
35:53
pull that off
35:54
i mean she if you remember she's the one
35:55
who got pushed around by
35:57
al gore on that one clip
36:00
judy is no you there is no other side to
36:03
the argument
36:03
judy is surprisingly lightweight when it
36:05
comes to confrontation
36:08
i'd expect her to be a lot better well
36:09
she's you know she's probably
36:11
90 i don't know how old she is no i'm
36:13
not that old
36:14
she's no no well okay she's no spring
36:17
chicken
36:18
so the next phase of uh
36:22
of this in the globalist
36:26
build back better biden new world order
36:31
group comes to us uh as
36:34
brought to my attention because i have
36:36
been paying attention to their website
36:38
remember the world economic forum
36:40
they had this whole we we read it on the
36:42
air i think
36:43
about the the great reset and uh what's
36:46
coming and what they're going to do
36:48
and this is a great opportunity you'll
36:50
recall that just reading from their
36:51
website yeah
36:52
this has been tossed around a bit so on
36:55
noagendasocial.com
36:56
uh professor were and uh and lady jay
37:00
they have found a zoom
37:03
video basically a zoom zoom call for
37:06
reptiles and it is the world economic
37:09
forum the great
37:10
reset presentation where they are going
37:14
to tell us what is coming next
37:16
uh as it relates to the the coronavirus
37:20
uh
37:22
um
37:25
they'd use a number of words but of
37:27
course the crisis would be the one
37:29
and i i have a couple clips from it and
37:31
i think it's good to listen because
37:33
this is pretty much i think what joe
37:35
biden is going for
37:37
uh but in general this is where uh most
37:39
leaders of the world
37:40
will start pushing uh this crisis
37:43
towards
37:44
and we start with adrian monk uh he'll
37:47
give us a little intro
37:49
to the to the zoom call and tell us what
37:51
we can expect
37:52
hello from the world economic forum in
37:54
geneva my name is adrian monk and i'll
37:56
be moderating today's session
37:59
welcome to this virtual meeting which
38:00
has brought together leaders
38:02
and stakeholders from across the global
38:05
community
38:05
for our coveted action platform today
38:08
this meeting serves as a launch pad for
38:11
the next
38:12
chapter the great reset we have
38:14
contributions
38:15
from his raw highness the prince of
38:17
wales from un secretary general
38:19
antonio gutierrez from imf managing
38:22
director crystalina georgeva
38:23
and from many more in the next hour and
38:26
a quarter
38:27
but to get us underway let's hear from
38:29
the forum's executive chairman
38:31
and founder professor klaus schwab so
38:34
klaus and if if you're not familiar with
38:37
klaus you got to look up klaus schwab
38:40
he is now he's uh he can't help it but
38:43
with the bald head
38:44
i mean he just looks like an evil guy
38:47
like dr evil
38:48
but they've shot him with this blue
38:50
backdrop
38:51
he's on a platform in a chair and they
38:55
shoot it from
38:56
from underneath so he all he's missing
38:59
is a white pussycat
39:03
and he has the most grotesque he is like
39:06
dr evil and of course the accent didn't
39:10
help
39:10
sanctuary it is obvious that we are in
39:14
the midst
39:15
of the most severe crisis the world has
39:18
experienced
39:19
hold on a second i knew you'd like it
39:22
first of all is this is this whole thing
39:25
not a scam or is this really a
39:28
true meeting i mean adrian monk starts
39:31
it off because adrian monk of course is
39:32
the character in the
39:34
tv show monk who is some sort of a
39:37
uh that's the guy's name yeah i really
39:40
annoyed
39:40
excessive compulsive character
39:43
and then they get this dr evil guy shot
39:46
like dr
39:46
evil from below it's klaus schwab it's
39:49
the guy
39:50
from from the world economic forum
39:54
they're not doubles it's not the holes
39:55
he's not a scam no i appreciate you
39:57
asking that now this is
39:58
i can verify it comes from their website
40:00
the world economic forum is the davos
40:02
crowd
40:03
claus schwab is his party out of control
40:06
oh you're just starting to hear the
40:08
beginning you need an art director
40:13
the world has experienced since world
40:15
war ii
40:17
75 years ago countries and people
40:20
came together to shape a post-war
40:24
global order our global orders decades
40:27
of peace increase global cooperation
40:30
and prosperity to hundreds of millions
40:34
of people across the world it was good
40:36
what we did
40:47
19 crisis it is the you got to look it
40:50
up
40:51
you've got to see a picture of this guy
40:53
on his pedestal to hundreds
40:55
of millions of people around the world
40:57
okay
40:58
so kobe 19 crisis has shown us that our
41:02
old systems are not fit anymore since
41:05
the 21st century okay
41:08
it has laid bare the fundamental lack
41:12
of social cohesion fairness inclusion
41:16
and equality yeah are you catching on it
41:18
sounds like we need some equality
41:21
fairness now is historical moments a
41:25
time
41:26
not only to fight severe virus but to
41:28
shape the system
41:30
ah shape the system for the need for the
41:33
post corona
41:34
era we have a choice
41:37
to remain passive which would lead to
41:40
enough
41:41
to the amplification of many of the
41:44
trends
41:45
we see today such as polarization
41:48
nationalism racism oh
41:52
i see so all of that is only enhanced by
41:55
the
41:56
coronavirus the covid19 crisis
41:59
and ultimately increased social unrest
42:02
and conflicts
42:04
but we have another choice we can build
42:07
a new social contract
42:10
particularly integrating the next
42:13
generation
42:14
we can change our behavior to be in
42:17
harmony with nature again
42:19
and we can make sure that the
42:21
technologies of the force industry
42:23
evolution
42:24
are best utilized to provide us with
42:28
better lives in short
42:30
we need a great reset a great reset is
42:34
what we need
42:35
we have to mobilize all constituents of
42:38
our global society to work together
42:41
we must not miss this unique window of
42:44
opportunity
42:45
you get that we must not miss this
42:48
unique window of global opportunity
42:51
so let's go to the secretary general of
42:55
the united nations this is another one
42:56
of our favorites this is antonio
42:58
guartares he's at the meeting well
43:00
they're all on
43:01
on the zoom so he's at the same zoom
43:03
meeting
43:04
well he's in the meeting yes this is all
43:06
one's oh and charles everyone this is
43:08
one big zoom meeting it's
43:10
it's really interesting to watch uh
43:13
and here is uh his pitch i send you my
43:16
warmest greetings
43:17
and best wishes on the launch of the
43:19
great reset
43:20
the coffee 19 pandemic is causing
43:22
enormous human suffering and economic
43:24
hardship
43:25
the microscopic virus has closed down
43:28
entire countries
43:29
and economies in doing so it has exposed
43:32
the fragility that characterizes much of
43:35
our world
43:35
but this fragility is not confined to
43:37
health systems
43:39
interesting that the word fragility is
43:41
used
43:42
since we just happen to have the white
43:44
fragility book and everything it's
43:47
interesting that that's being applied to
43:48
our systems in this case
43:50
runaway climate change and sustainable
43:52
levels of inequality
43:53
i'm sorry we're climate change wait did
43:56
he say
43:56
runaway climate change let's listen
43:58
again scopic virus
44:00
has closed down entire countries and
44:02
economies
44:03
in doing so it has exposed the fragility
44:06
that characterizes much of our
44:08
world but this fragility is not confined
44:10
to health systems
44:11
runaway climate change unsustainable
44:14
levels of i think he did say runaway
44:15
climate change
44:16
yeah i i knew it was climate change but
44:19
i didn't know it was runaway climate
44:21
change
44:22
because it's new let's see but this
44:24
fragility is not confined to health
44:26
systems
44:27
runaway climate change less sustainable
44:29
levels of inequality
44:31
and the lawlessness of cyber space the
44:33
lawlessness
44:34
john that's us yeah we're lawless in
44:37
cyberspace
44:38
are all warning signs that we must hit
44:41
the great reset is a welcome recognition
44:43
that this human tragedy
44:45
must be a wake-up call as you rightly
44:47
say
44:48
oh no it gets better it gets better in
44:50
between better
44:53
you mean by that do you mean it gets
44:55
worse yes it's better for the
44:57
entertainment value on the show
44:59
is what i mean
45:02
as you rightly say it is imperative that
45:05
we re-imagine
45:06
rebuild redesign reinvigorate
45:09
and rebalance our world rebalance the
45:12
world
45:13
so maybe it is flat the scale of the
45:15
pandemic and its social and economic
45:17
impact
45:18
demand strong unity and solidarity
45:21
particularly towards developing
45:22
countries
45:23
specific measures must be targeted at
45:25
those most affected
45:27
women all the people use low wage
45:30
workers
45:31
the informal sector and people caught up
45:33
in humanitarian crisis
45:35
rebalancing investment harnessing
45:37
science and technology
45:39
and advancing the transition to net zero
45:41
emissions
45:42
all elements of the great reset are
45:45
fundamental to building the future we
45:47
need
45:48
we have already called for an economic
45:49
stimulus package equivalent to a
45:51
double-digit percentage
45:52
at this part i didn't understand so the
45:55
un is when they say we've already
45:56
called for an economic stimulus package
45:59
in double-digit percentage
46:00
what does that mean that everybody in
46:03
that all countries are supposed to do
46:04
that
46:04
or does that mean the bankers print up
46:06
some money no
46:08
okay they want the united states to give
46:10
them more money ah
46:12
that's what it is i figured that it's
46:14
the great gouge
46:15
the great reset procedure the great guys
46:19
all right all elements of the great
46:21
reset are fundamental to building the
46:24
future we need
46:25
we have already called for an economic
46:27
stimulus package equivalent to a
46:28
double-digit percentage more than 10
46:30
percent of the global economy
46:32
last week the united nations together we
46:35
need 10
46:36
of the global economy america give it to
46:37
us 10 of the global economy
46:40
last week united nations together with
46:42
the governments of jamaica and canada
46:44
convened the largest gathering of world
46:46
leaders since the start of the pandemic
46:48
to lay solid foundations for the
46:50
sustainable recovery
46:51
based on the 2030 agenda for sustainable
46:54
development
46:56
so he's all over this one i want to stop
46:58
for a second because we get
47:00
some criticism but you hear it all the
47:02
time oh
47:03
people oh they're always bringing that
47:05
up
47:07
as if they're not as if they're not
47:09
actually throwing
47:10
it in our faces you mean like the new
47:11
world order and the elites and the money
47:14
people
47:14
and the united nations and all this
47:16
kumbaya globalism yeah this is it
47:19
and they throw it in they always bring
47:21
this 2030 up we bring and you know say
47:23
well all the right wingers
47:25
are always referring to it there's
47:27
always something real
47:29
well because because it is real the guy
47:32
just said it right there
47:34
you want to take 10 of the global
47:36
economy do with it what they
47:39
want for equality for some sort of
47:42
equality they're not going to achieve
47:45
and then and try to gouge us for the
47:48
most for the
47:49
for the majority of it yes the majority
47:51
of us after all we can throw
47:53
trillions away uh
47:56
well it gets better this is disgusting
47:58
listening to these people you've made me
48:00
sick
48:00
okay well grab your barf bag here's
48:03
prince charles
48:04
these are
48:07
if you've seen these interviews with
48:09
this poor bastard this guy is so
48:11
out of touch with reality he roams
48:14
around the
48:14
grounds talking about flowers and
48:16
planting and gardening
48:18
the guy is is a borderline moron
48:23
he's very distinguished you know he has
48:24
a lot of important things to say about
48:26
everything listen but these are
48:28
unprecedented times
48:30
every time a person on the planet has
48:33
been impacted by
48:34
the coronavirus pandemic our world
48:37
came to a standstill and it became clear
48:40
that we did not have
48:41
the answer or the mechanisms to address
48:45
such an unprecedented global threat
48:48
the threats posed by this um dreadful
48:51
pandemic came upon us suddenly with very
48:53
little warning
48:55
be quiet he's talking about this
48:56
dreadful pandemic you're doing nothing
48:58
but he's just mumbling through it
49:00
the threat of climate change has been oh
49:02
my
49:03
he's gone within 10 seconds he's gone
49:06
straight to climate change
49:07
and he came upon us suddenly with very
49:09
little warning
49:10
the threat of climate change has been
49:13
more gradual
49:14
but uh it's devastating reality for many
49:18
people
49:19
and their livelihoods around the world
49:21
and it's ever greater potential to
49:22
disrupt
49:23
surpasses even that of kobe 19. so let
49:27
this be a lesson to you
49:28
this crisis has shown the importance of
49:31
investing in science technology
49:34
innovation we are on the verge of
49:35
catalytic breakthroughs
49:37
that will alter our view of what is
49:39
possible
49:40
and profitable within the framework of a
49:42
sustainable future
49:44
it is time therefore to align
49:46
sustainable solutions
49:47
with funding in a way that can transform
49:49
the market here we go
49:51
this would be the most dramatic act of
49:54
responsible leadership
49:56
ever seen by the global private sector
49:59
and would at once provide a catalytic
50:02
incentive
50:03
for the public sector to follow does
50:05
this remind you at all about uh some of
50:07
those
50:07
democrat points that were in the heroes
50:09
act that is now being uh argued over the
50:12
thing
50:13
it's exactly the same thing
50:16
on this let's destroy the whole system
50:19
so we can be better off yeah we continue
50:22
with
50:22
his royal highness we have
50:26
a golden opportunity to seize something
50:29
good
50:29
from this crisis its unprecedented shock
50:32
waves may well
50:34
make people more receptive to big
50:36
visions of change
50:38
a global crises like pandemics and
50:41
climate change no no borders and
50:43
highlight
50:44
just how interdependent we are as one
50:46
people sharing one planet
50:47
oh that's interesting this is this this
50:49
shocks people this is a shock to people
50:51
so they're going to shock them awake
50:52
they're going to want to shock them into
50:54
climate change
50:55
we need only look to the united nations
50:57
secretary general
50:58
to the imf the eu
51:02
there's petersburg climate dialogue the
51:04
canadian government the cop 26
51:06
universities network
51:07
and businesses around the world to see
51:09
this and as we move from rescue
51:12
to recovery therefore we have a unique
51:15
but rapidly shrinking window of
51:17
opportunity
51:18
to learn lessons and reset ourselves on
51:20
a more sustainable path
51:21
it is an opportunity we have never had
51:23
before and may
51:25
never have a game so we must use all
51:27
believers we have at our disposal
51:29
knowing that each and every one of us
51:31
has a vital role to play
51:32
so i can only encourage us all
51:36
to think big and act now
51:39
i think big so there's a whole bunch of
51:42
phrases
51:42
big act now the lady from the imf came
51:45
by
51:46
she talked you know and it went back and
51:48
forth
51:49
there's only one one last clip i have
51:51
and i thought luckily
51:52
i want to say luckily for all of us
51:54
listening and everybody out there
51:56
these this is a group of the biggest
51:58
blowhards
52:00
that probably can't accomplish anything
52:02
so right
52:04
but they certainly have influence i'm
52:06
looking at the european union they're
52:07
all the european union's all in on this
52:09
they're passing laws left and right to
52:11
support this entire idea and the great
52:13
reset
52:14
you watch this term start
52:17
this is floating around reset yes
52:20
um so one one guy that was to me very
52:23
out of character but clearly a partner
52:26
in the
52:28
in the great reset team was a
52:31
representative from mastercard
52:36
i thought that was interesting so i
52:37
clipped him the person i'm going to turn
52:38
to first
52:39
aj banger of uh mastercard chief
52:42
executive officer of mastercard
52:44
aj what do we need to see from a
52:46
business perspective
52:48
to address this pressing social and
52:51
economic
52:52
need uh for change that this pandemic
52:55
has really laid bare
52:56
is this the kind of guy who's supposed
52:57
to answer this type of question
53:00
i guess i would think he'd be more
53:02
interested in his
53:04
you know ibida returns and some other
53:08
tax aspects and profit loss now he's got
53:11
a couple things in here mastercard is
53:13
doing more than just
53:15
managing your credit card you know i
53:17
i've been saying for a while that the
53:19
world's problems fit on three sides of a
53:21
triangle
53:22
whoa what is this a silicon valley like
53:27
expression it sounds like it is i've
53:29
never heard it but it probably is
53:31
three the problems fit on three sides of
53:34
the triangle
53:35
that's the prism you should look through
53:37
we just talked about them
53:38
it's one versus many
53:44
and the unfortunate foundation is long
53:47
term versus short term
53:48
as a company we made a commitment adrian
53:51
some years ago
53:52
to go after 500 million people to be
53:54
brought in
53:55
for financial inclusion by 2020.
53:58
we did that and now we've upped it to a
54:01
billion and added that we will bring in
54:03
50 million micro smes and 25 million
54:07
women entrepreneurs all part about
54:10
market share
54:11
oh yeah there's many side of the
54:13
triangle we tried to use
54:15
our presence with consumers to say what
54:18
is it consumers
54:19
understand they don't understand carbon
54:22
credits
54:23
but they understand the planting of
54:24
trees why am i saying all this
54:27
in the process of doing all this i come
54:30
to two lessons and that's the answer to
54:32
your question
54:33
there is not enough money in government
54:35
or philanthropy
54:36
to make it possible to deal with the
54:39
three sides of this triangle
54:40
you need private sector capital private
54:43
sector ingenuity
54:44
private sector technology and private
54:47
sector capabilities to come to the party
54:49
we have to make it part of our business
54:52
model
54:52
which was those two examples i gave you
54:54
of inclusion
54:55
and climate you need enormous trust
54:59
between the private sector and the
55:00
public staff for a second
55:04
these some of these indian guys i mean
55:06
the whole country is kind of
55:08
very adept at
55:11
talking like this and sounding like
55:13
they're saying something
55:14
when they're really not when they're
55:16
really saying absolutely nothing it's
55:17
going on and on
55:18
and say we and it's just like he's got
55:21
he's getting out of this like
55:22
smelling like a rose because he sounds
55:24
like he said something
55:25
but this is just a guru style bull crap
55:29
yes that that a lot of indians can do
55:31
very well
55:32
oh malik well i'm sorry you have homes
55:38
this guy's this guy's this guy he's at
55:40
the top of his head
55:41
really is good he's the top i think many
55:43
in our in our
55:44
many of our producers will be listening
55:46
going yep i know that kind of guy
55:49
yeah yeah well you know what if you're
55:51
thinking that you're racist those two
55:52
examples i gave you
55:54
of inclusion and climate you need
55:56
enormous
55:57
trust between the private sector and the
55:59
public sector
56:00
for this to actually work that trust
56:03
is hard to come by stand by because i'm
56:06
going to tell you what the trust is all
56:07
about
56:08
what i have seen during the course of
56:10
the pandemic
56:11
is some light at the end of the tunnel
56:14
on the trust
56:15
the private sector and governments are
56:16
working and the ngo sector
56:19
are working really well together whether
56:21
it's the therapeutic accelerator we
56:23
launched with
56:24
gates and welcome trust or the work i
56:26
see on smes around the world
56:29
the therapeutic accelerator we launched
56:32
with gates
56:34
what the hell is that well an
56:35
accelerator is
56:37
the way i understand it in the in the in
56:40
this context
56:41
is they it's like an incubator for
56:44
technology for biotech for incubator
56:46
accelerators yeah so you get the
56:48
accelerator and then
56:49
everyone cashes in on it gates
56:51
mastercard though it's uh it's groovy
56:53
and the angiosperm is what you're saying
56:56
i'll wait for it i work
56:57
really well together whether it's the
56:59
therapeutic accelerator we launched with
57:01
gates and welcome trust or the work i
57:04
see on smes around the world
57:06
or benefit distribution and the use of
57:08
data and analytics
57:10
for purposes of directing activity okay
57:13
listen to what he says here because now
57:15
now he's slipping up
57:16
but wait did he say the welcome
57:20
trust another one of these operations
57:23
the welcome trust i think is bigger than
57:25
the
57:25
gates foundation um
57:29
i don't know
57:32
i think he said i'm not sure if it's the
57:34
welcome trust he's talking about trust
57:36
tonight and i think
57:38
no no no no you go back where he says
57:40
the therapeutic accelerator launched by
57:43
gates and the welcome i have
57:46
seen during the course of the pandemic
57:49
is some light at the end of the tunnel
57:51
on the trust
57:52
the private sector and governments are
57:54
working and the enormous
57:55
trust between the private sector and the
57:58
public sector
57:59
for this to actually work that trust
58:02
is hard to come by what i have seen
58:06
during the course of the pandemic is
58:08
some light at the end of the tunnel on
58:10
the trust
58:11
the private sector and governments are
58:12
working and the and the ngo sector
58:15
are working really well together whether
58:17
it's the therapeutic accelerator we
58:19
launched with
58:20
gates and welcome trust yeah you're
58:21
right the work i see on smes around the
58:24
world
58:24
or benefit distribution and the use of
58:27
data and analytics
58:28
for purposes of directing activity using
58:32
user data for purposes of directing
58:34
activity
58:37
i think we understand what that means
58:40
tracking your behavior searching google
58:42
for god's sake
58:43
tracking your behavior and then nudging
58:46
you in the direction they want you to go
58:48
with messaging right when you do a
58:52
search you get the search they want you
58:54
to see
58:54
yeah that kind of stuff i think this
58:56
issue of bringing the private sector to
58:58
the party
58:59
and bringing it in the way that the
59:00
trust between the private and the public
59:02
sector come together
59:03
those are imperatives for us if we're
59:05
going to make real progress
59:07
on moving the needle and seizing the
59:09
opportunity
59:10
uh that we just heard about okay so let
59:13
me explain
59:14
what i know he's doing and i didn't know
59:17
about the welcome trust but yeah that's
59:18
big news
59:20
uh so master is a couple headlines
59:22
mastercard digital wellness program to
59:24
enhance
59:24
transparency security and choice for
59:27
online shopping
59:29
um you really need to look at african
59:32
news
59:32
african news to understand what they're
59:35
rolling out and
59:36
what is in beta test on the continent of
59:39
africa
59:41
africa to become testing ground for the
59:43
trust
59:44
stamp vaccine record and payment system
59:49
a new biometric identity platform
59:51
partnered with the gates funded
59:53
gavi vaccine alliance that's where the
59:56
welcome trust is that's where the gates
59:57
foundation is that's where the vaccine
59:59
companies are
1:00:01
the gavi vaccine alliance and mastercard
1:00:04
will launch in west africa and combine
1:00:06
covid19 vaccinations cashless payments
1:00:09
and potential law enforcement
1:00:11
applications
1:00:13
a biometric digital identity platform
1:00:15
that
1:00:16
evolves just as you evolve is set to be
1:00:19
introduced in low-income remote
1:00:21
communities in west africa
1:00:22
thanks to a public-private partnership
1:00:24
between the bill gates-backed gaby
1:00:26
vaccine alliance
1:00:27
mastercard and the ai powered identity
1:00:31
off the
1:00:31
authentication company trust stamp
1:00:36
i don't have to explain what this does
1:00:38
this proves that you've had the vaccine
1:00:42
and it's a part of your credit card
1:00:44
[Laughter]
1:00:45
[Music]
1:00:48
the thing you use for everything hey
1:00:50
want to go to the stadium
1:00:51
pay with your credit card i'm sorry you
1:00:53
don't have a trust stamp
1:00:58
this is a roundabout way of what the
1:01:00
chinese are doing with their social uh
1:01:03
scoring rarely a day goes by that my
1:01:05
lovely wife doesn't say to me we're
1:01:07
becoming china
1:01:08
and i can't disagree anymore this is
1:01:12
totally what
1:01:12
and i think it's great that the
1:01:14
president issued this
1:01:16
um i mean the tick tock thing who gives
1:01:18
a crap about that but we chat
1:01:20
oh yeah i mean that that has to
1:01:24
go we're not allowed to have any twitter
1:01:26
and that's not allowed in china
1:01:28
uh what's up i have this story i have
1:01:30
the ironic report
1:01:32
okay let's listen to
1:01:35
where is it well let's see where it is
1:01:38
uh
1:01:38
he got me out of order here so i'm kind
1:01:40
of having trouble
1:01:42
i'm having nothing but trouble uh
1:01:47
sanctions targets yeah france24
1:01:51
well let's try this this is good anyway
1:01:53
hong kong unless you got more i still
1:01:55
want to hear more if there's more from
1:01:56
that zoom conference no that's
1:01:57
that's all that i pulled from the zoom
1:01:59
conference it gets kind of repetitive
1:02:01
but i wanted to
1:02:02
and i wanted to understand that there's
1:02:04
this link between
1:02:06
uh mastercard uh the united nations
1:02:11
gavi the vaccine guys and as usual
1:02:15
which gates has been doing for 20 years
1:02:17
they're rolling it out in africa
1:02:19
hey kids we're back look at this shiny
1:02:22
new credit card
1:02:24
yum okay yeah we'll play this
1:02:27
sanctions thing well 11 people are
1:02:30
targeted jeff
1:02:31
five of those are members of carrie
1:02:33
lam's cabinet
1:02:34
okay now stop stop stop that's not it
1:02:36
this is about to charge this is a good
1:02:38
clip though
1:02:40
about the targeting of these guys
1:02:42
because the trump's done that because
1:02:43
biden says
1:02:44
trump's not doing anything he's not
1:02:45
doing anything now wait a minute tell me
1:02:46
tell me what this is
1:02:49
oh the trump has done you know this the
1:02:52
stunt we've been pulling over the years
1:02:54
where you instead of sanctioning the
1:02:56
country you sanctioned the big winners
1:02:59
magninsky act yeah like
1:03:02
you get on a list and you can't come in
1:03:04
idea
1:03:06
plus other problems well they're doing
1:03:08
the same the trump is doing the same
1:03:09
thing to a bunch of hong kongers
1:03:12
and executives including carrie lamb and
1:03:14
so they're pooh-poohing it and the
1:03:16
french
1:03:16
report we can play this and i can look
1:03:18
for the other clip which is unfortunate
1:03:20
i
1:03:21
i couldn't find right off the bat
1:03:24
i'll be irked if i don't ha if i can't
1:03:26
find it because it's a very good clip
1:03:27
we'll play okay let's play the hong kong
1:03:30
sanctions targets and then i'll
1:03:32
look harder well eleven people are
1:03:35
targeted jeff five of those are members
1:03:37
of carrie lam's cabinet including the
1:03:39
chief executive herself
1:03:41
another two are the current uh police
1:03:44
commissioner chris chang
1:03:45
and his predecessor stephen lowe who
1:03:48
handed the reins over
1:03:49
during the polytechnic university siege
1:03:52
last
1:03:52
november and the remaining four are
1:03:55
employees of the central government
1:03:57
they are all mainlanders and they are
1:04:00
all
1:04:00
uh employed either on the mainland or
1:04:03
hong kong side
1:04:04
in liaison between the local hong kong
1:04:07
government and
1:04:08
beijing we also have
1:04:11
as you said there the um the hong kong
1:04:14
government has
1:04:15
responded fairly strongly to these
1:04:17
sanctions
1:04:18
which are uh in response not to the
1:04:20
national security law per se but to the
1:04:22
oppress
1:04:23
the repression of protests over the past
1:04:26
year the hong kong government has called
1:04:28
them
1:04:28
shameless and despicable and it has also
1:04:30
called them
1:04:31
barbarous okay so they
1:04:34
so they've done this and they they made
1:04:36
the point that the so what what
1:04:38
difference does it make
1:04:39
and in part two of this clip he explains
1:04:41
what the problems really are if you get
1:04:42
one of these things laid on you the
1:04:45
effect will is unlikely to be immediate
1:04:47
and
1:04:48
it's not clear whether any of the 11
1:04:50
people have
1:04:51
assets in the us that might be frozen in
1:04:54
fact
1:04:54
one of those who is the head of the
1:04:57
beijing liaison office in hong kong
1:04:59
derisively said that he has no assets
1:05:02
and he said that
1:05:03
he offered to send donald trump 100 us
1:05:07
dollars so that it could be frozen
1:05:09
carrie lamb herself has said that
1:05:10
previously that it would have no effect
1:05:12
on hers
1:05:13
however the extent of these sanctions
1:05:17
can be very far reaching so a little bit
1:05:19
further down the line it might make
1:05:20
difficult
1:05:21
life difficult uh for these people um
1:05:24
particularly if they want to do banking
1:05:25
with any
1:05:26
uh financial institution that has
1:05:28
operations in the us
1:05:30
carrie lam herself has already our
1:05:32
members of caroline's government have
1:05:34
already said
1:05:35
even before now that certain banks based
1:05:37
in hong kong don't want anything to do
1:05:39
with them and one
1:05:40
has reported an account was forcibly
1:05:42
closed
1:05:43
so there is a possibility that further
1:05:45
down the line there may be problems
1:05:47
uh for the 11 people in question and
1:05:50
also institutions itself
1:05:51
there is a possibility that uh it will
1:05:54
make life difficult indeed for u.s
1:05:56
companies based in hong kong
1:05:58
oh yeah this this this this is the big
1:06:00
squeeze this the squeeze is
1:06:07
it's a problem you got to go to bitcoin
1:06:11
good luck with going to bitcoin and
1:06:13
going to whole foods
1:06:15
well the lightning network will take
1:06:17
care of that you know cash still works
1:06:19
that's where cash is okay so
1:06:21
we were talking about i'm sorry i'm
1:06:22
sorry i just need to relate something
1:06:25
uh i needed to pump up the tires on my
1:06:27
car uh
1:06:28
so i go to the gas station and
1:06:32
the first thing you run into most of
1:06:33
these gas stations
1:06:35
are coin operated air and
1:06:38
vacuum uh i don't have any quarters so
1:06:41
you go in
1:06:42
no no no i'm sorry we got no coins
1:06:45
because there's a coin shortage and we
1:06:47
don't touch your nasty cash anyway
1:06:50
and so i finally find one that has a
1:06:53
credit card swipe on it
1:06:54
this is what it's come to yeah that's
1:06:57
ludicrous
1:06:58
yeah okay did you go when you went to
1:07:00
the guy that had no coins did you say to
1:07:02
him well then can you turn on your air
1:07:04
pump for me
1:07:06
now no he has no control over that
1:07:08
that's sure he does no he doesn't
1:07:11
yes he does no he does not he can hit
1:07:13
the master switch but he can't trip the
1:07:15
local mechanism he can go over there he
1:07:18
can walk out they charge
1:07:19
a dollar fifty for the air the buck's a
1:07:22
big joke
1:07:23
yes drive into any garage quarters
1:07:26
six quarters no thanks for the tip
1:07:29
anyway yes so
1:07:31
all right so we're talking about wechat
1:07:33
yes
1:07:35
and uh it's a nightmare so here's the uh
1:07:39
this is and this is what's funny about
1:07:40
it is is what you were alluding to
1:07:43
listen to play this clip executive order
1:07:45
banning wechat
1:07:47
subtext here is that the united states
1:07:50
is discriminating against chinese
1:07:52
companies because it is afraid of
1:07:54
china's economic might
1:07:55
but really these executive orders are
1:07:57
raising a lot of questions because of
1:07:59
their
1:07:59
sort of vague wording especially the
1:08:02
term transaction which has not been
1:08:04
specified here
1:08:05
a lot of questions raised especially
1:08:06
about the wechat app
1:08:08
which is basically used for everything
1:08:11
in
1:08:11
daily life here in china by close to a
1:08:13
billion people
1:08:14
so uh people in the united states with a
1:08:17
lot
1:08:18
ties to china the chinese diaspora are
1:08:20
wondering if they're
1:08:21
going to be able to communicate with
1:08:22
their family back home people
1:08:24
with business interests in china are
1:08:26
wondering are going to
1:08:27
they're going to be able to to to do
1:08:29
financial transactions using the payment
1:08:31
app over wechat
1:08:33
companies like apple that have
1:08:34
significant business in china are
1:08:36
wondering if
1:08:37
wechat is no longer available in the app
1:08:40
store what does that mean for its
1:08:41
business
1:08:42
or for instance a 10 cent the company
1:08:44
that owns
1:08:45
wechat has a number of stakes in u.s
1:08:48
tech companies like gaming companies
1:08:50
what will it mean for that sector
1:08:51
specifically
1:08:53
so over the next 45 days the commerce
1:08:56
secretary of the united states has
1:08:57
promised clarification on what this word
1:08:59
uh transaction means but beijing has
1:09:03
already promised retaliation
1:09:05
but it's not clear what this is going to
1:09:07
look like considering the fact that the
1:09:09
u.s tech companies like facebook google
1:09:11
or twitter are
1:09:12
are already banned in china exactly
1:09:16
and it's your irony yeah so everyone's
1:09:18
making a big fuss hey this
1:09:20
this should be retaliation for them
1:09:21
being banned but no but this
1:09:23
there are better clips i didn't get any
1:09:25
myself but what you want is
1:09:28
he's hurting chinese americans they
1:09:30
can't connect with their family in china
1:09:32
through the we
1:09:33
chat they can't send money back home
1:09:37
yeah well that's exactly how they're
1:09:39
playing it it's it's
1:09:41
crazy and none of our i don't think any
1:09:44
of our apps are allowed
1:09:46
um and but really forget wechat although
1:09:49
i i
1:09:50
i think wechat is quite an evil platform
1:09:52
at least the way that
1:09:53
ccp uses it a 10 cent is interesting
1:09:56
because they have their hands in
1:09:58
everything i think they should divest of
1:10:00
their reddit investment
1:10:03
the gamers are very worried about this
1:10:05
they own
1:10:06
large stakes in most of the the the big
1:10:09
gaming
1:10:09
uh studios and companies
1:10:12
and you know what while we're at it shut
1:10:14
down
1:10:16
the nba that's already
1:10:20
shut down what there's not much left to
1:10:22
shut down yeah
1:10:24
everyone there's no that ratings are
1:10:26
horrible
1:10:28
who's gonna watch these stupid games no
1:10:30
it's like exhibition games
1:10:32
you then you gotta look at all the
1:10:34
messages on the back of different you
1:10:36
vote
1:10:38
who's this new player vote the other guy
1:10:40
bill vote is
1:10:41
now playing in the nba i didn't know
1:10:43
this i like the white guy with ally on
1:10:45
his t-shirt the one white guy
1:10:47
your favorite yes this is so ally
1:10:50
joe ally
1:10:53
uh yeah meanwhile
1:10:57
um over in beirut
1:11:00
uh things are kicking off and i smell a
1:11:03
rat
1:11:03
today protesters in lebanon are calling
1:11:05
for a sustained uprising to topple the
1:11:08
government
1:11:08
days after the horrific explosion that
1:11:11
leveled parts of beirut
1:11:13
and killed more than 150 people on
1:11:15
saturday
1:11:16
anger boiled over with demonstrators
1:11:18
battling police in riot gear who fired
1:11:21
tear gas and rubber bullets
1:11:23
the country's prime minister has offered
1:11:25
early elections
1:11:26
but many local leaders say that is not
1:11:28
enough
1:11:30
uh so here's what you didn't see because
1:11:33
we don't have video
1:11:34
protesters unfurling gigantic
1:11:38
professional i mean gigantic we're
1:11:40
talking
1:11:42
30 foot drop down from a balcony banner
1:11:45
that says
1:11:46
revolution lives here yeah i
1:11:50
i i have one lebanon cliff yeah you can
1:11:52
give it and then talk
1:11:53
give it to me the investigation refused
1:11:56
yeah this is kind of interesting
1:11:57
calls for an international investigation
1:11:59
into what caused the explosion in beirut
1:12:02
one of the french president's key
1:12:03
demands during his visit on thursday
1:12:06
have already been rejected by the
1:12:07
lebanese president
1:12:09
who says an international inquiry would
1:12:11
dilute the truth
1:12:13
further complicating matters he's raised
1:12:16
the possibility the port was attacked
1:12:18
the first time a top lebanese official
1:12:20
has done so michelle owen has
1:12:22
nevertheless pledged swift justice
1:12:25
when it was revealed that a large
1:12:26
shipment of ammonium nitrate had been
1:12:28
sitting in a warehouse for years
1:12:30
many lebanese people saw this as proof
1:12:33
of the negligence of the ruling class
1:12:37
meanwhile responding to claims that
1:12:38
hezbollah might have stored explosives
1:12:40
at the port
1:12:41
the group's leader denied they exercised
1:12:43
any power there
1:12:46
a team of french investigators are
1:12:48
already involved to help the lebanese
1:12:50
investigation
1:12:51
they say what they've found so far
1:12:53
indicates an accident
1:12:56
uh regardless the chinese have been
1:12:59
trying to get into the port to build as
1:13:02
part of their
1:13:03
belt and road for quite a while they
1:13:05
were very close they were signed up
1:13:07
wasn't that port signed up for belton
1:13:08
road last year they did sign
1:13:11
an agreement but nothing had really
1:13:13
started and
1:13:15
last year's also kind of when uh the
1:13:17
problem started
1:13:18
by coincidence i'm sure in in lebanon
1:13:21
people not happy
1:13:22
uh all kinds of uh you know the prime
1:13:25
minister's
1:13:26
blown up he's missing uh previous to
1:13:29
this
1:13:30
uh there's an investigation that's been
1:13:33
stopped and meanwhile
1:13:34
china is sending i love this term
1:13:37
peacekeepers
1:13:39
to uh help lebanon so you know whenever
1:13:43
the united states or russia
1:13:46
or the united nations but certainly when
1:13:48
china is sending you
1:13:50
peacekeepers uh
1:13:53
it's usually the beginning of nothing
1:13:55
good
1:13:57
and it's and it's a per it's perfect for
1:13:59
them it's a perfect location
1:14:01
maybe they should send in like a lot of
1:14:03
them and clean up the mess
1:14:05
i think there's a lot in there already i
1:14:06
mean we basically sent
1:14:08
three transport planes because screw it
1:14:11
we don't want any part of it
1:14:13
uh at least that's what i see so hey we
1:14:15
want to help but uh you can go ahead
1:14:17
have your chinese friends do that the
1:14:19
people are flipping out
1:14:23
people are uh i did do a search on
1:14:26
victoria nuland to see if she had
1:14:27
anything
1:14:30
empty i appreciate that you tried that's
1:14:33
very good i did that's very good
1:14:36
um yeah the cap oh that the the capital
1:14:39
of the revolution that's what the banner
1:14:41
said
1:14:41
and it has the you know the uh the the
1:14:44
socialist
1:14:45
fist which is the same as the black
1:14:46
lives matter fist it's all
1:14:48
it's all a color revolution red purple
1:14:52
black that's what's happening all around
1:14:54
the world drumstick
1:14:56
yeah pay attention ten percent of the
1:14:58
world uh
1:14:59
gdp has to go into this everyone's
1:15:01
working on it mastercard's your friend
1:15:06
mastercard mastercard
1:15:14
i did pick up following up on another
1:15:17
globalist new world order story um
1:15:21
and we played the clip of the
1:15:23
scandinavia's prime minister justin
1:15:25
trudeau being grilled over
1:15:27
uh money that was going from the wii
1:15:30
charity into the pockets of his family
1:15:33
members and uh
1:15:34
even possibly himself and he was about
1:15:36
to approve a huge
1:15:38
new budget of government money going to
1:15:40
the wii charity i think it was 900
1:15:43
was it 900 million
1:15:46
dollars which i think is buck 80 in us
1:15:49
but it was a lot of money and
1:15:53
so that's a scandal and of course we
1:15:55
don't hear about that here because
1:15:56
canada's fantastic
1:15:58
there's no people protesting against
1:16:00
masks in canada
1:16:01
oh i'm sorry there actually are
1:16:08
but i have uh a of evidence
1:16:11
of the 250 000 that went to
1:16:14
justin trudeau's mom and i think this is
1:16:17
one of the biggest
1:16:18
controversies and he defended her by
1:16:21
saying hey it's her work and
1:16:23
her life's work and she's been doing so
1:16:24
much with the charity and she has kind
1:16:26
of an interesting past
1:16:29
um with celebrities and
1:16:32
both in entertainment and the political
1:16:34
on the political stage
1:16:36
it is said in fact that trudeau looks
1:16:38
very much like his real dad
1:16:39
castro um but oh you put a side by side
1:16:44
that guy
1:16:44
oh yeah he's just like castro so she got
1:16:47
250
1:16:49
000 for hold wait for it
1:16:53
two and a half minute speech yeah
1:16:56
yeah have you seen the speech no do you
1:16:59
have a copy
1:17:00
i i have the speech right here and and
1:17:02
i'll only play a minute and a half
1:17:05
just to whet your appetite this is
1:17:07
justin trudeau's mom
1:17:08
uh every minute of the this is worth
1:17:12
uh a thousand dollars no no no no no
1:17:18
250 000 uh this is uh
1:17:21
uh at least a a grand and a half of it
1:17:27
happy birthday canada wow
1:17:30
i think this might even be better than
1:17:32
canada day the day after
1:17:34
because you know what we're looking and
1:17:36
we're looking forward now
1:17:38
and you all the youth of our country
1:17:41
we're going to be turning it over to you
1:17:43
pretty soon and i have such
1:17:46
hope i'm so proud to be a canadian
1:17:49
i'm so proud to be part of we as well
1:17:52
now we
1:17:53
i love it the most because it is neither
1:17:56
a political movement
1:17:58
nor a religious one we encompasses all
1:18:01
politicians all political parties and
1:18:04
i'm getting paid royally for it
1:18:06
all face all beliefs because we feel
1:18:09
that together
1:18:10
we can change the world we know we can
1:18:15
so here i i
1:18:18
am a mental health advocate
1:18:22
i really expected to say i'm a mental
1:18:25
health patient
1:18:26
but it didn't it i was waiting for her
1:18:28
to say that
1:18:30
i i am a mental health advocate
1:18:33
i can't miss the opportunity of
1:18:36
preaching a little bit
1:18:37
lucky kale not donuts
1:18:42
which is also my iso end of show
1:18:46
suggestion leggy kale not
1:18:49
donuts this is a new one this is a new
1:18:52
one
1:18:52
let's eat eat kale not donuts get a good
1:18:55
night's sleep
1:18:57
make your brain the healthiest brain you
1:18:59
could have
1:19:00
by treating it so well exercise sleep
1:19:04
good food and go forward and if you run
1:19:07
into any troubles
1:19:09
we all will i did please reach hope for
1:19:13
help
1:19:14
i finally did i got my life back uh-huh
1:19:25
did you that was the second part of it
1:19:27
no that's that's a minute and a half
1:19:29
that's it you don't want to lose more oh
1:19:31
no no i don't have any more i didn't
1:19:32
call
1:19:33
no no no the whole 250 thousand dollars
1:19:36
worth no no no you're only getting the
1:19:37
buck 50.
1:19:40
oh well isn't that no wonder there's an
1:19:42
outrage
1:19:44
yeah i would think i mean that
1:19:47
by the way i want her agent
1:19:52
her agent is justin
1:19:55
good point
1:19:58
oh man
1:20:01
all right well all i've got is a covert
1:20:03
death update from amy
1:20:04
of course she twists the numbers and and
1:20:07
does everything cumulatively so
1:20:09
yeah the number of people that have ever
1:20:10
been diagnosed positive
1:20:12
stays on the list then we'll wrap it up
1:20:16
and she makes a do huge difference the
1:20:18
way she does it then if you
1:20:19
compared to where trump handles the same
1:20:21
numbers it's very funny how you can do
1:20:24
take these numbers and make them sound
1:20:25
any way you want here we go the u.s
1:20:27
death toll
1:20:28
currently stands at 160 000 by far the
1:20:32
highest total
1:20:33
in the world on thursday the united
1:20:36
states recorded more than 2
1:20:37
000 new coronavirus deaths the highest
1:20:40
daily figure since may
1:20:42
and with that i'd like to thank you for
1:20:45
your courage and say in the morning to
1:20:46
you the man who just put the sea in the
1:20:48
cove at death's update john
1:20:50
c devorak well in the morning to you mr
1:20:54
adam curry also in the morning all ships
1:20:55
to see bliss on the ground feet in the
1:20:56
air subs in the water and all the names
1:20:58
the nights out there
1:20:58
in the morning to our trolls in the
1:21:01
troll room let's see how we're doing
1:21:03
trolls hands up
1:21:04
crook we're going to count them wow
1:21:07
1837 that's more that's above average
1:21:10
that's probably
1:21:10
now for sunday that's about right no
1:21:12
usually it's 1800 so it's a little above
1:21:14
average it's 18.37
1:21:16
so yes hands up trolls well remember we
1:21:19
did have a
1:21:20
eight car zephyr plus a bonus car so who
1:21:22
knows
1:21:23
all bets are off if you'd also like to
1:21:26
be counted
1:21:27
and put on the list go to no
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agendastream.com where you can troll
1:21:31
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1:21:31
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1:21:38
every single day of the week at this
1:21:40
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1:21:41
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1:21:45
we also have some shows live at night
1:21:47
and you can meet some interesting people
1:21:48
there and while you're in the troll room
1:21:50
hit up doug for an invite to
1:21:51
knowagendasocial.com
1:21:53
uh that is our federated social network
1:21:56
where the signal to noise is off the
1:21:57
chart
1:21:58
as in no noise the signal is fantastic
1:22:00
even john c dvorak prefers it over
1:22:02
any other social network uh according to
1:22:05
uh five out of
1:22:06
six dentists and then
1:22:10
a thanks to our artist for episode
1:22:13
1266 we titled that 33 cases a lot of
1:22:16
people caught on to what that was all
1:22:18
about
1:22:19
and this was an evergreen we could not
1:22:21
find
1:22:22
a current piece that just struck us or
1:22:25
fit in tonta nail did this
1:22:27
she's from the netherlands this was the
1:22:28
welcome to florida the rona hot spot
1:22:31
instead of the sunshine state it's the
1:22:33
the road sign definitely pops
1:22:36
but what what went on we could not find
1:22:38
anything that just worked what was it
1:22:40
what happened
1:22:40
it uh is as if there was no real uh
1:22:44
triggering mechanism within the show
1:22:45
structure that got
1:22:47
any artist to have an inspiration there
1:22:49
was no
1:22:50
so it net everything was second tier
1:22:53
it's just hard to say it happens we go
1:22:56
that's why we have the
1:22:57
the backlog we got a lot of pieces that
1:23:00
didn't catch it the first time around
1:23:02
there's a lot of places that came in
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well he had a big boost on this show uh
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for a sunday
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sironimus came in prematurely uh oh
1:24:10
premature uh he normally comes in around
1:24:14
the 23rd 24th
1:24:17
of the month of uh not that i keep track
1:24:20
of these things
1:24:23
lower slovovia you've just he's
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surrounded by
1:24:26
dog patches in lower slobovia and he uh
1:24:30
came in with 11 to his code number 11
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1 2 2 11 22. so
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we never know what these mean uh but
1:24:39
apparently he's been floating around
1:24:40
because he's got another
1:24:42
tail oh okay good uh thank you uh two
1:24:45
and all the producers that make this an
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outstanding yet sometimes disagreeable
1:24:50
safe space where many faiths cultures
1:24:53
genders and races collaborate with
1:24:55
mutual respect for our differences i
1:24:58
continue to maintain a groundhog day
1:25:00
lifestyle
1:25:01
in this stuttering pandemic environment
1:25:05
hajj 2020 uh which is the
1:25:08
the the fest the
1:25:12
the trek what is it called the uh yeah
1:25:14
to the
1:25:15
track it's when you the man you make
1:25:18
the pilgrimage yes the pilgrimage 2020.
1:25:21
hajj 2020 was was surreal he says
1:25:27
no outsiders permitted and a random
1:25:29
selection of a small group of
1:25:31
participants
1:25:32
wait a minute this was the first hajj in
1:25:35
many years that a friend or relative did
1:25:36
not participate
1:25:38
to participate even eid eid
1:25:41
the other that other muslim celebration
1:25:44
we could catch up in our in our
1:25:46
war here yeah from from wait a minute
1:25:48
wait hold on a second
1:25:50
now so he's an insider at the hajj i
1:25:54
don't know
1:25:54
sounds like it he knows something
1:25:58
uh even eid was in unusual
1:26:02
and by the way i want to i mean i just
1:26:04
asked him an open question
1:26:06
when he says hajj was surreal no
1:26:08
outsiders permitted what does he mean by
1:26:10
outsiders i thought
1:26:11
outsiders would never permit i thought
1:26:12
he had to be a a card-carrying muslim to
1:26:15
even go into that
1:26:16
area well i think i take it as only the
1:26:19
uh the people of the secret roundtable
1:26:21
the locals the locals
1:26:23
no i'm thinking he's part of the round
1:26:25
table of the hajj
1:26:27
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1:26:28
i don't know if well he's gonna have to
1:26:30
explain himself even
1:26:31
eid was unusual selecting animals
1:26:34
virtually this is where you have your
1:26:35
your goats yes yes yes yes collecting in
1:26:38
his tribe he has a bunch of goats he's
1:26:39
got a big goat collection apparently
1:26:41
yeah we've talked about his destiny
1:26:44
award-winning goats
1:26:45
yeah he's a goat guy selecting
1:26:48
animals virtually or people just making
1:26:51
online orders rather than taking the
1:26:53
trip to a farm and selecting their
1:26:54
sacrifice
1:26:56
right we selected 15 white goats
1:26:59
from our tribe which is the goat group
1:27:04
pile of goats he's got to contribute to
1:27:06
the celebration and feed the poor
1:27:07
that's a lot of goats that is some goat
1:27:10
goats are delicious by the way if you
1:27:11
ever get a chance to eat one
1:27:13
uh goat karma kept them healthy through
1:27:15
their end
1:27:16
so thank you
1:27:20
when our guard repeated they only used
1:27:22
white goats
1:27:23
which is our tradition a local friend
1:27:25
laughed
1:27:26
and explained how the locals are hearing
1:27:28
about blm
1:27:29
protests in america and the guard was
1:27:32
concerned i might be upset if he killed
1:27:34
an american's black goat
1:27:37
so we we only went for the white goats
1:27:39
nice
1:27:42
the infodemic reporting from the m5n
1:27:46
conflates reporting with lies damn lies
1:27:48
and statistics
1:27:50
the more the m5m and global agencies
1:27:52
used
1:27:53
numbers for covering covid and the
1:27:55
climate crisis
1:27:57
the more the failing of stem programs
1:27:59
are evident
1:28:00
no kidding poor use of mathematics may
1:28:04
even explain
1:28:04
stock market valuations as the old
1:28:07
accounting interview
1:28:08
joke goes how much is one plus one
1:28:11
answer what do you want it to be
1:28:15
at arthur anderson it can be anything
1:28:17
you want
1:28:18
this now applies to reporting of many
1:28:20
forms of numbers-based information
1:28:23
the culmination is the move toward mmt
1:28:25
as political doctrine
1:28:28
modern monetary theory demonstrating how
1:28:30
social sciences have
1:28:32
usurped the dismal science and
1:28:34
mathematics
1:28:35
humans progress by individual
1:28:37
self-interest across
1:28:38
all economic systems i have lived in and
1:28:40
competed in a few
1:28:42
systems and identifying competitors
1:28:44
self-interest identifies
1:28:45
paths to outperform sadly too few pursue
1:28:50
paradise as being in their long-term
1:28:53
self-interest no jingles no karma
1:28:56
i always like what ceronymus has to say
1:28:59
he seems like he seems like a wise guy
1:29:02
not a wise guy but a wise guy
1:29:04
and you know this it's this tribe right
1:29:07
a bunch of goats is called the tribe i
1:29:09
think we learned that from that
1:29:10
yeah we brought that up in the previous
1:29:11
show yeah i remember the cab driver who
1:29:14
i used to
1:29:14
used to take me to the airport when i
1:29:16
was at the condo in san francisco
1:29:19
yeah at the time i called him tony the
1:29:20
terrorist yeah and then one time
1:29:22
he's like taking me to the airport and
1:29:24
and he pops the trunk and i and i want
1:29:26
to put my bag in and
1:29:28
there's a dead goat in the back
1:29:31
oh sorry man that's for later i gotta
1:29:33
take that home
1:29:36
different culture but you get used to it
1:29:38
syronomis
1:29:40
astronomers of uh dog pageant lowers the
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middle of the road
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super patron and of course uh executive
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