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August 30th, 2020 • 3h 16m

1273: False Positive

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quarantine for two weeks
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adam curry john c devorah sunday august
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30th 2020 this is your award-winning get
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my nation media assassination episode
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1273.
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this is no agenda celebrating
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six percent and broadcasting live from
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opportunity zone 33 here the frontier of
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austin texas capital of the drone star
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state
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in the morning everybody i'm adam curry
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and from northern silicon valley where
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we don't have
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rand paul to beat up anymore i'm john
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cenavorak
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what do you mean of course we have him
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to beat up
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not in silicon valley what do you mean
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not in silicon valley he doesn't come
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here okay
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did you well you said you don't have him
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i don't know maybe i was confused
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he's been beat up enough poor poor rand
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paul he's been beat up enough i tell you
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i have a clip somewhere from him but
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the the news is finally out and in the
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new york times the new york times has
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admitted
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that the coronavirus test could possibly
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be
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a piece of crap headline a headline
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this was i couldn't and you recall a
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week ago
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i think it was a torture device just
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like just torturing people by sticking
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that thing down their throat
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a week ago i said cdc published a chart
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where everything is down to zero you
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can't even see
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deaths or anything and that was the cdc
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website and you know it's like no one
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really paid much attention to it
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but then finally new york times came out
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when was this uh published i think
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uh yeah yesterday your coronavirus test
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is positive
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maybe it shouldn't be the usual
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diagnostic test may simply be too
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sensitive and too slow to contain the
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spread of the virus so the article
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uh says something that we've discussed i
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think we talked about months ago
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where they're spinning the um uh
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you know the the little piece that they
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have the
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the the dna segment or the sequence they
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they're looking for that so they're
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taking your dna and they're spinning it
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uh you know 30 times to replicate it to
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see if you know if the virus is in there
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30 times
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is what most say is is what you should
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be doing
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but the new york times as i think pretty
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sure we discussed on the show
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maybe months ago is doing 37 to 40 times
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which really every single health
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professional says
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yeah that's too much you're going to get
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too many false positives
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now what the new york times does is they
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try to spin that and say
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well thank god we've got the rapid
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15-minute test coming up that's
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completely accurate and that
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that'll get us back to back back to work
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in the meantime
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if you look at the numbers it means
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the testing is overstated by a possible
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factor of
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10 which is exactly what we said before
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and now the death rate is also only
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6 of that total 183
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000 number the cdc is publishing this
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information on their website
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and they say table three shows the types
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of health conditions and contributing
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causes mentioned in conjunction with
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deaths
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involving coronavirus disease 2019. for
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six percent of the deaths
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covid19 19 was the only cause mentioned
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for deaths and conditions or causes in
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addition to covet 19 on average
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there were 2.6 additional conditions or
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causes per death
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it's bogus everything is
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bogus so
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then this video going around several
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videos
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you may have seen them it's usually some
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personal lab coat going
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well this is very strange uh it turns
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out that the coronavirus pcr test
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protocol
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calls for a humanoid chromosome 8
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which is something that occurs in all
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human beings
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so this clearly means that all tests
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would ultimately prove positive
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so this seemed kind of sketchy to me and
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i sent it to our lab technician i can't
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mention the person's name
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uh this person sent me back a very long
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very interesting uh you know went
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through the whole process
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and says okay let me break it down
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for you and said it's very interesting
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that this one particular
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sequence comes back in in this paperwork
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but then our researchers said something
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else is
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very troubling um
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quote i've been doing the rtq pcr test
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on covet at work and i have the probe
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sequences available available to me
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but i was looking for it on the cdc
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website turns out they used
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different probes for diagnostic tests
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than what i use for research
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that is interesting i didn't know they
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used different primers
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and then goes into a and basically says
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something's weird
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as far as i'm concerned or as far as i'm
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concerned i can basically prove we're
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almost
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done we almost have heard immunity based
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just on the numbers the cdc is providing
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i've got a lot of work to do now but
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i'll get to the bottom of this by the
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way i was sipping tequila while i was
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doing the research and i accidentally
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got drunk so
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i'll have to leave it for here for
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tomorrow
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that is a real boots on the ground
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producer who is going to get us some
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information
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something is up something is well
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weird yeah but now it's it's out in the
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open
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well they have to do something before
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they get
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they're going to have so much egg on
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their face by the time this is
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all over that they have to get something
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they gotta start
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backing up that's what you gotta start
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pumping the brakes
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another one from our producer caleb adam
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i listened to 1272 my wife works at a
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major midwest covid tester
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they're about to modify their tests so
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that it also looks for influenza
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a and b in addition to covid all at the
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same time
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potentially so people who are sick with
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something know what bullcrap virus they
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are supposed to cower and fear from i
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see it differently
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i see this as a seamless transition
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towards
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your kids can't go to school without the
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flu vaccine get the vaccine
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oh you don't have covert but you have
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you got to get you you should get the
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vaccine
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it's disgusting and moreover
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that in the united states we're looking
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like douchebags compared to europe right
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now
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holy crap did you see the people in
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berlin
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and zurich in london yes yes
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i didn't see the london ones we got a
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written report about london but does the
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i have a berlin report i mean it's very
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short
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yeah well it's good we'll do your berlin
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report then i have uh
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some similar okay berlin protein in
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berlin this morning
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thousands marched to protest government
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restrictions aimed at curbing the spread
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of the coronavirus
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police broke up the march before noon
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saying the demonstrators were not
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following a court order that mandates
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social distancing
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right okay this is perfect i'm glad
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that's the report you got i went to euro
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news
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and i figured i i've got to find out
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what the mainstream in europe
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is reporting bbc the way they reported
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is
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covert deniers protest in berlin and
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london
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let's listen to euro news it was a
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saturday of protests in a number of
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european cities with
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thousands gathering to demonstrate
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against coronavirus restrictions
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in berlin police ordered the crowds to
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disperse
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after participants did not observe
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social distancing rules
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up to 300 people were arrested
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the whole government is illegal
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everything is illegal he says
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islam corona is just a medium to heavy
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flu
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a pandemic that's being used to enslave
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us as humans
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meanwhile in zurich thousands were doing
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the same
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demonstrating against masks and
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vaccinations saying no
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is a right said a placard carried by one
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protester
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switzerland has reported more than 2 000
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coronavirus deaths
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and over 40 000 confirmed cases there
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was also a rally in london's trafalgar
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square
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where a group of protesters branded the
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coronavirus pandemic a hoax
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and called on people not to comply with
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restrictions
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britain is one of the worst hit
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countries in the world with more
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fatalities from coronavirus than any
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other european country
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so peoples of uh gitmo nation
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european union you know clearly that
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this is a very
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toned down bullcrap report throwing some
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guy in there is talking about of course
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from a no agenda perspective we're like
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that guy's right that we're being
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enslaved
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from someone who's just casually
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following the news and is fearful
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that's a crazy person and what is not
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mentioned
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is the incredible enthusiasm for the
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rather
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uh well-known celebrity guests who spoke
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including robert f kennedy jr
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back at home in the united states the
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newspapers
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are saying that i came here today
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to speak to about 5 000 nazis
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are you able to hear what he's saying
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yeah okay
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the german translation nazis
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they understood that tomorrow
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they're gonna report that yes i was here
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and
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i spoke to maybe three to five thousand
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nazism
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and i see the opposite of nazism
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[Music]
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lie to them
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people who are not leaders who will not
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make up
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arbitrary rules and regulations to
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orchestrate
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obedience of the population
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we want health officials who don't have
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financial entanglements with the
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pharmaceutical industry
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who are working for us
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so this went on for 13 minutes it's in
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the show notes it's really worth
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listening to in berlin
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in berlin so he flew to berlin just to
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stir up the
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that's funny yeah one of our producers
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even said that he had uh
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he had seen that we and we have a boots
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on the ground report there's a
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we had a meet up there apparently um
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with uh sir donald i think uh
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just picking one other quick quote from
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the kennedy speech and to shift
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us all to begin the process of shifting
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us all to a digital currency
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which is the beginning of slavery
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[Music]
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because if they control your bank
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account they control your behavior
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boom shakalaka he's a no agenda guy
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100 percent got a lot you gotta
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appreciate that
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we get more from him than he gets from
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us well
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we should we should no should interview
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him
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that's a guy to interview then over in
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london
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who oh we had a whole bunch of cool
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people on stage there
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i'm surprised that the british
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mainstream didn't highlight this their
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favorite guy to hate
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the fly in the ointment yes david ike
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and he was on fire we'll just i mean
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this could go on forever so we'll just
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play it until we've heard enough
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how do we break that sequence
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we stop acquiescing
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rights get off your knees
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[Applause]
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psychologically dismantled
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it is time it is well past the time
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where we learn the lessons of history
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the entirety of human history is one of
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the few
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controlling the many because there are
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many
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acquiesce to the view enough
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i mean it went it just went on and on
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and on and no one's wearing a mask no
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one's social distancing
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there's also no fighting because there's
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no black lives matter crap disturbing
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the whole idea
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it's very impressive very impressive
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now they're all about getting well we're
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not
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no but that's because we were cowering
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in our homes because
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any protest is immediately seen oh my
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god
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black lives matter you know it's violent
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can't have that we can't even peace
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peacefully assemble anymore or peaceably
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officially we can't even do that it's i
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was very
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impressed with what was happening in in
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europe zurich as well well now you know
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why they don't have guns over there
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well yeah exactly this this is the part
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that's so sad
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is that eventually they're going to come
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and beat you down i mean
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they've got the they've got the weapons
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they're just going to beat you
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um let me see it a couple more things
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that were kind of
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funny um
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ah yes the united nations is
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they're still on the we are the world
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tip of things and they uh they had a
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a webinar for the pacific nations
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uh u.n what do they call this thing
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pacific unite pacific i unite
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and they had a big we are the world song
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at the end and uh
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they had an interesting brother well
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they had an interesting host
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even keep up with what's going on this
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is so good
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they had a host who i think may have
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well pacific islander maybe hawaiian
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uh called auntie tala and aunty tala
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for all intents and purposes is a dude
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with a beard and chest hair
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uh with a blonde uh ladies wig
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and uh i don't know if it's his own
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breasts or whatever
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um maybe maybe yes it's a tran
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it's trans person but one of the u.n
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spokesperson or
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the host of the show for the un in fact
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you'll hear the un official for pacific
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nations sign off and then toss it over
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to auntie tala
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who is it's fine i don't care but then
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the song kicks in
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and i'll let it go until the first verse
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which is titled we will rise
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wherever you are be healthy and keep
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each other safe
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wow there you have it all my beautiful
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people of the pacific
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we're coming near the end of our pacific
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united concert
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but i just want to remind you just with
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all of us
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very important we stay connected with
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each other
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look out for our families our village
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our communities
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and help those who are most vulnerable
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so make sure we all stay connected
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in order for us to move forward we have
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to do it together
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so it's up to me and it's up to you to
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all work together as we do as pacifica
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i love you all god bless you all and we
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hope to see you again
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pacifica your lights i don't fight too
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bye
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and here comes the song listen to the
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words
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oh my goodness people of the pacific
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you're being controlled
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be careful
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[Music]
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here it comes
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that's right a new world order is right
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there behind clies to
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close doors waiting to save you all you
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pacific islanders you're going to live
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because of the new world order
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i know it doesn't you can't even say
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anything to this
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wearing a mouse okay
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the uh black lives matter uh
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13 principles uh includes which is where
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you said oh i don't care if it's a
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transsexual i don't care what it is
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they have one of the principles most of
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their principles are about
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about the to i think three of the 13 and
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now you're explain what you're doing
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here right because i know black lives
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matter
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i'm looking at the you know they've got
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this educational push and they're
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they're pushing an agenda and the agenda
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matches what you're just playing
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okay so this is for uh school children
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in the united states
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yeah and one of the principles i'll get
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the list and we'll talk about it later
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but one of the principles
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is to reject the heteronormative
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narrative
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yeah well of course
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you mean like and they they had if you
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have to look up heteronormative
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in the dictionary to really understand
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what they're talking about
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they want to reject the heteronormative
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uh narrative
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and most of the things about sex and the
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three women who founded it i believe are
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all lesbians
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and man haters probably they also want
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to get men out of the picture
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and they want to destroy them they say
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that
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they have to get rid of the nuclear
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family because it's a problem
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so they want to and they want to get rid
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of the patriarchy as part of it
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and this whole thing with the with the
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transgender person coming out there i
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think it's part of this whole scheme
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but heteronormative if you look it up i
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have to do it myself since you didn't do
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it
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um yeah sorry i was uh paying attention
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doesn't that mean that heteronormative
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is uh is a pancreatic patriarchy thing
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denoting or relating to a world view
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that promotes oh heterosexuality as the
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normal or preferred sexual orientation
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yes it's got nothing to do with the
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patriarchy in fact they had to have
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other principles in there
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i'm sorry i got the wrong article
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so heteronormative says that um
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you you view the world as heteros
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as largely heterosexual largely unless
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somebody says oh i'm not i'm i'm gay
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okay right that's the heteronormative
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view of the world and which is the way
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most people are
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most people that listen to this show
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most people in the united states are
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heteronormative in their outlook yeah
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but that's not where
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they see the world a certain way as men
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and women
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yeah uh heterosexuals with with
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homosexuality is a minor
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aspect to this says no to that you can't
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do it that way
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you have to assume everyone they don't
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say this but it's almost as though you
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have to assume
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everyone's gay which you can't do in
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some parts of the country i might add
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you're living it i mean even though it's
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even here it's not true but uh
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this is an attack and the the entire
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black lives movement
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uh is an attack on black men
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i hate to say oh definitely attack on
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black men and some of them are coming
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are realizing it mm-hmm a lot of them oh
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yeah
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jesus for example i have a whole show
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i've been doing for a year
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yeah this is a very a very important
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point and it won't take much
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to get a couple of black men to stand up
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and feel like they
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have a voice because yes they're being
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used they're the ones that that
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are being pointed to look they're
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getting killed but get rid of men so
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when i see when i when you say oh i
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don't give a crap that some guy with a
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beard and a dress
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is coming out there uh i find it a
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little bit off because it's not
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the guy's not trying to be a woman he's
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just once he's a guy with a beard
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wearing a dress it was just bad bad bad
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costume clothing was just that it was
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not appropriate for a television show it
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was just not a great outfit
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even even for a beautiful woman it was
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not a great outfit
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of course trying to make a point of
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course bearded guys
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in dresses yeah uh in different imagery
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in fact they
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i think it was triggered by the guy who
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won the euro
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vision contest a few years oh yeah oh
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yes yes
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uh what was her name i find it i
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actually find it somewhat offensive
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i'm not dead neutral on this well what
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was what was
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yeah uh conchita wurst that's who uh
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won the song contest yeah conchita wurst
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from austria i think it's funny i think
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if
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you're looking at it from a sense of
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yeah i mean this is kind of like a mel
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brooks type of humor
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yeah you'd run into in the producers um
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well
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but what was interesting is after um
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auntie tala signs off then they go to
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the clip and it's
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it's uh all uh pacific islanders they're
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on a cliff it's
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uh just women oh wait no no there may
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have been a couple of boys there but
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they're all dressed in uniform black
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you know they have the same outfits on
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like it was very odd to go from that
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from that you know completely wild
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ensemble of clothing that was just a
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fashion emergency no matter who's
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wearing it
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to the strix kind of black button down
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the whole thing
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the united nations is not cool
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they do not have anyone's best interests
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at heart except their own
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and the lyrics new world order is right
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behind the closed doors like it's ready
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to pop out everybody build back better
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all right um
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then we have i guess
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i can go to um a couple of gates clips
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that i have
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because he's just all over the place
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still yucking it up and giving us the
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interviews and
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and really is not able to answer
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questions
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here's a bloomberg interview uh
23:39
first question oh let's get into
23:41
hydroxychloroquine you think he'd be
23:43
ready for a question like this
23:44
there's a lot of bad information about
23:46
therapeutics
23:47
out there debunk some of the myths for
23:50
us
23:51
debunk some of the myths oxychloroquine
23:53
being
23:54
one of them well it's it's in
23:58
you know we is an age of science but
24:01
uh you know sometimes doesn't feel
24:04
that way uh you know just
24:07
the idea it's about testing and
24:10
uh hydroxyphoresis
24:15
you know the numbers are quite clear it
24:18
got confused because the trials were
24:19
done so poorly
24:20
but uh there's lots of good things
24:23
coming in the therapeutic area that are
24:25
you know really proven to work without
24:28
the severe side effects
24:29
so uh you know a little bit slow
24:33
but a a lot of good news to come in that
24:37
domain well that's not a debunking
24:40
at all because he knows he can't debunk
24:43
it
24:43
and he's trying to be uh kinda
24:47
uh you know uh noncommittal
24:51
bullcrap artist that was the worst
24:53
answer he's ever given for any question
24:55
well he's finally shored up his answer
24:57
to the conspiracy theories question
24:59
there are some raging internet
25:01
conspiracy theories
25:03
right there about you wanting to implant
25:05
chips in people via a vaccine
25:07
and you are the center of some frankly
25:10
ludicrous leading the witness upset you
25:14
personally how do you feel about all
25:16
that
25:16
well it's kind of strange because they
25:18
take the fact that i'm
25:19
you know i'm involved with vaccines that
25:21
part's true
25:23
you know it involves saving millions of
25:25
lives
25:26
uh for lots and lots of different
25:28
diseases including
25:29
you know hiv and malaria they just
25:32
reverse it that instead of giving money
25:34
to save lives um
25:35
you know making money to uh get rid of
25:38
lives
25:41
yeah you know uh by inverting it and
25:44
ascribing
25:45
uh ill intent you know it takes this
25:48
complex situation that was unexpected
25:50
and may
25:51
you know make it feel like it's it's
25:52
more understandable
25:54
if that stops people from taking the
25:56
vaccine or
25:58
you know looking at the latest data
25:59
about how they should behave
26:01
including wearing a mask then that's a
26:04
you know a big problem
26:05
i wouldn't have expected this it's just
26:08
uh
26:09
you know a bit strange that it's been
26:13
politicized and the conspiracy
26:15
period people have had a heyday now of
26:17
course we could also say
26:18
that he's doing all these evil things
26:20
and he just explains it upside down
26:23
yeah that's also possible but okay i
26:25
don't know all i see is the
26:26
bill and melinda gates foundation's
26:28
coffers grow in size i don't see them
26:30
diminishing
26:32
so some they're doing something right
26:34
over there
26:35
a lot of investments they're doing
26:37
something right it's like a cover for
26:38
their
26:39
you know they said well what can we do
26:40
we're investing our money but then we
26:42
got to pay capital gains
26:45
no do it this way and we'll just keep
26:48
growing
26:49
i mean how many jets can you fly at the
26:51
same time
26:52
the foundation pays for it now a little
26:55
bumble oh boy little stumble bumble as
26:57
he's asked about tick-tock of course
26:59
we have a tick-tock possibly being
27:02
purchased by microsoft or oracle maybe
27:04
oracle with walmart
27:06
we'll get to that later and he stumbles
27:08
here what about the app in general
27:10
obviously it's it's
27:11
a very popular app i mean is this
27:14
something that
27:15
you would like to see in the microsoft
27:17
family well it's nice that
27:19
tick tock's created some competition
27:21
through
27:22
innovation and you know it doesn't seem
27:25
like
27:26
uh preventing that information
27:29
innovation from being available
27:31
that makes much much
27:36
he said innovation but then he said oh i
27:38
don't see a problem with making that
27:40
much information
27:41
i mean innovation public you know it
27:43
doesn't seem like
27:45
uh preventing that information in
27:48
innovation from being available
27:50
that that makes much much sense i think
27:52
he's he's thinking tracking
27:53
i don't know what he was thinking that
27:55
was an interesting flow i was told well
27:57
that's what people have been saying
27:58
tracking
27:58
yeah of course um then
28:02
he's got nothing to do with microsoft
28:03
he's not on the board anymore well
28:05
he said that i'm here i'm sure i'll be
28:07
asked for my uh to weigh in at some
28:09
point blah blah blah
28:10
yeah and then he misses the opportunity
28:13
to tie climate change to covet misses it
28:16
i still like your idea very much
28:18
of saying coronavirus creates
28:22
climate change that is so beautiful
28:24
climate change
28:25
created and climate change creates
28:29
coronavi creates the environment for
28:31
coronavirus to
28:32
flourish and and jump around and if we
28:35
don't solve the climate problem do you
28:37
believe there will be more pandemics
28:39
worse pandemics in the future well
28:40
that's not the only thing you'll have
28:42
incredible instability
28:44
because your ability to grow food
28:47
uh parts of the world will
28:51
be so diminished that you literally have
28:54
hundreds of millions of migrants
28:57
and have a thriving global economy
29:02
because you will have degraded the
29:04
ecosystems
29:06
and you there is no quick fix to that
29:09
thing
29:09
unlike the magic vaccine it's a mere
29:13
uh you know year to two years at most
29:17
to come up with a magic vaccine
29:22
magic vaccine magic
29:25
final clip from bill now this isn't one
29:28
i just came across one of our producers
29:30
sent it to me
29:32
this is a cctv interview that's chinese
29:35
television
29:37
with uh with bill gates in april
29:40
now just remember shutdowns lockdowns
29:44
for a virus
29:45
at massive scale have not been done
29:49
they had not been done until wuhan took
29:52
the
29:52
unprecedented measures of we talked
29:55
about wow they got 11 million people on
29:57
lockdown
29:58
11 million that was never heard of
30:01
before
30:02
we now know that when that happened uh
30:05
chinese bots went out and started
30:06
telling
30:07
italians that lockdown was the way to go
30:09
and they probably
30:10
flooded the u.s network social networks
30:13
as well so that was a mind control
30:15
trick as far as i'm concerned and we
30:18
fell for it and we all went down with it
30:21
and all the pharma
30:22
fuckers were in on it and here's bill
30:24
gates thanking them for their courage
30:26
to all the people of wuhan uh you know
30:29
you
30:30
made a great sacrifice uh to be in this
30:33
very strict quarantine
30:35
and you know i'm very glad that it
30:38
succeeded
30:39
but i'm sure that the difficulties
30:42
were very great and so we're thankful
30:45
that
30:46
you made these sacrifices
30:50
you know being at ground zero of uh
30:53
infectious disease is a incredible
30:55
challenge and
30:56
you know you uh made changes
31:00
you know work was stopped your living
31:02
was very different
31:04
and now the goal that all of that had
31:06
which is getting the cases down to very
31:08
small numbers
31:10
and still being super open about okay
31:12
where are those cases
31:15
that critical thing is is something that
31:18
people should feel good about and you
31:20
know i hope that we can
31:22
get things even more back to normal uh
31:25
in the months ahead is you know we use
31:27
testing data to see
31:29
where do we still need to restrict
31:30
things and where can we
31:32
go partially back to normal so you know
31:35
thank you for your sacrifices
31:38
i never heard him say thank you for your
31:40
sacrifices to any city or
31:42
state here in fact quite the opposite
31:46
scolding us
31:50
so and that was in april please try to
31:54
gouge them too i don't know well of
31:56
course he's trying to gouge him
31:57
everyone's trying to gouge everybody
32:01
so the vaccine is now a growing concern
32:05
for researchers everyone's starting to
32:06
figure out that it's not your
32:08
traditional
32:09
vaccine route i think president trump is
32:12
pushing the issue
32:14
to make sure people really don't want it
32:17
by saying
32:18
oh yeah no i'll have this done before
32:20
the election
32:21
which is now the fda this morning um i
32:24
think it's this morning
32:25
has said oh yeah we will approve uh
32:31
i think at least the modern vaccine
32:33
before the phase
32:35
three clinical trial is over
32:38
if you really feel you want to do it you
32:40
can do it well this is a push man this
32:43
this i think this is trump pushing
32:45
people to never want this thing
32:47
ask anyone on the street when it comes
32:49
out will you take it right away of
32:50
course we know
32:51
a lot of people will they're mind
32:53
controlled and a lot of people
32:54
have to because their kids can't go to
32:56
school etc
32:58
but the typical liberal walking down the
33:01
streets of austin they'll be like no
33:03
i'll wait for i'll wait a month or so
33:04
for the first batch
33:06
you know i can stay home and work from
33:07
home again
33:09
i'll take the other side of this
33:10
argument i've done it every time you
33:12
bring it up
33:14
uh they'll be lined up for it that's
33:16
what i said
33:18
that's what i said lined up for the
33:19
first batch yes that's what i said i
33:21
said it did not was to take it no
33:22
i said there will be lots of mind
33:24
control people ready to take it and
33:26
people who have children who have no
33:28
other options
33:29
you said you talked to people in austin
33:30
they said they wouldn't take it i
33:31
misunderstood
33:32
i the peop that i said specifically the
33:35
liberal people walking around in
33:37
downtown
33:38
austin who are privileged and rich
33:41
they're not taking it they're talking a
33:42
big game
33:45
they're not so it's okay
33:48
we'll it won't take long for us to know
33:50
who had the vaccine or not
33:52
the ones twitching on the ground the
33:54
ones twitching on the ground will be the
33:56
ones who took it
33:57
oh yeah they're anti-vaxxers those guys
33:59
oh yeah
34:00
well i have too many medical
34:02
professionals around saying that they
34:04
don't want to take this thing
34:06
nobody like and and here's here's an
34:08
interesting thing about
34:09
the concept behind this dna
34:14
in i call dna influencing vaccine
34:18
what kind of business model is it really
34:21
if you are striving to change
34:25
uh dna that is passed down from one
34:28
person to the next
34:29
so the concept the way i understand the
34:31
literature
34:32
is you as a person will your dna is
34:36
going to change you'll have your t
34:38
cell memory but it's definitely a
34:41
different way
34:42
of getting your body to prepare for a
34:45
viral
34:45
invasion than typical than normal
34:49
and your offspring will also have this
34:52
that's that's what they're going for
34:53
they don't know if it's going to work
34:54
but they then want the offspring
34:56
to also be resistant to that
35:00
um to that particular virus that there's
35:03
now been a
35:04
a lasting dna change which to me
35:07
is pro has is a problem on two sides one
35:10
you can't go
35:11
re-vaccinate people for that thing
35:14
because it's fixed so you you throw away
35:17
everything so you've got to
35:18
charge a lot for it you've got to have
35:20
all this i mean i just i don't
35:21
understand how the business model works
35:23
if it
35:23
if vaccine actually works you know the
35:26
flu vaccine doesn't it comes back we
35:28
have to change it but this should change
35:29
people down the line
35:31
the second thing is if we start to go
35:33
for these dna
35:34
changing vaccines
35:39
eventually everyone will kind of be the
35:42
similar and they won't have the same
35:43
strengths and weaknesses and you've got
35:45
to wonder if you have
35:46
the same genetic makeup should you then
35:50
be allowed to make children isn't that
35:52
something that we don't do because of
35:53
inbreeding because the dna
35:55
pool is too closely related
36:01
i think you're on thin ice here um well
36:03
i'm asking
36:04
i don't really know but it's the nice
36:09
the dna experts are going to come and
36:11
hit me
36:11
[Laughter]
36:14
i'm just saying it seems i think it's
36:16
related to a movie i once saw
36:18
but if everything sounds like if
36:20
everyone's genetically modified
36:22
where's michael crichton i gotta die hey
36:24
the fucker wasn't wrong he was right
36:26
about a lot of things
36:27
yeah and they had to somehow he died for
36:29
some unknown reasons early on
36:31
very young and very very unfortunate he
36:34
had to go
36:35
after uh was it was it state of fear was
36:38
that it's a state
36:40
what a great book don't worry we'll be
36:42
reviewing it again when the green new
36:44
deal
36:44
comes around we have to deal with that
36:46
bull crap
36:48
uh so i'm sure that we have a lot to
36:52
discuss
36:53
as it pertains to the past week
36:55
politically
36:57
in uh certainly in the united states
37:01
as we had the on show day we had the the
37:03
president's
37:04
the the final uh
37:08
the final speech of the republican
37:09
national committee very
37:11
controversial of course from the uh
37:14
from the from the white house from the
37:16
south lawn
37:17
and uh i didn't get much from the speech
37:20
itself
37:22
uh but maybe i'll leave i think i
37:24
thought it was
37:25
i thought it was a mediocre normal trump
37:28
speech
37:28
i agree i thought it was it wasn't
37:31
spectacular ivanka was not spectacular
37:34
in fact her hair uh and i i like i i
37:37
tend to like ivanka we don't really know
37:39
much about her um
37:41
but her hair is too long and too thin
37:44
for the
37:45
for those kinds of speeches outdoor her
37:48
hair was flying in her mouth it was
37:49
distracting
37:51
it was just too much that was one of the
37:53
few screw-ups in that
37:54
absolutely no phenomenal no there were
37:58
infomercials no i had a real problem
38:00
with some of the things i saw
38:02
um well i didn't have a problem with one
38:04
thing for sure
38:06
and it really irked me that i didn't
38:07
know about this in advance because i'm
38:09
almost
38:10
i'm almost convinced that i would have
38:11
gone to washington dc to see this
38:13
fireworks display
38:15
and i have never it was one of the best
38:18
fireworks displays i've ever seen
38:20
it was just full tilt boogie from get go
38:24
from the get go
38:25
including boom trump spelled out in
38:29
fireworks
38:30
followed by boom 2020 followed by
38:33
another
38:34
trump which by the way i think that
38:38
that's a risky bunch of shells because
38:41
that could be upside down
38:42
i don't even know how they pulled it off
38:44
that's always the thing you want to see
38:46
them do and there it was
38:47
it was rudimentary but it worked and
38:50
and you know and i was and i i think
38:52
they heard the i checked cnn msm i was
38:55
watching a c-span but i cut back and
38:57
forth to see
38:57
who was saying what and it was almost as
39:00
if they forgot that joe also had
39:02
fireworks
39:04
joe and kamala had fireworks in that
39:06
little parking lot scene
39:07
yeah it was like the home run fireworks
39:11
at wrigley field when somebody hits all
39:13
you know gets one out of the park you
39:14
get
39:17
a couple of fireworks and you're out of
39:18
there
39:20
well let me just say a few things about
39:22
the television production itself
39:24
um i felt that they had a crane shot
39:28
which was
39:29
wobbly as f and that crane it was windy
39:34
okay well then they could have
39:36
stabilized it
39:37
there was a lot of stabilization issues
39:40
ivanka's microphone was completely
39:42
misdirected
39:43
i mean that was a huge i could not
39:45
believe how lame that was
39:47
you know the height of the guest you
39:50
know the person who's speaking next
39:51
next audio guys bad on you
39:54
and then there were a lot of insert
39:57
shots
39:58
which were destructive from a television
40:02
perspective to the overall vibe
40:05
they'd cut to people on phones cut to
40:08
people
40:09
not listening not paying attention
40:12
i saw at least four audience shots
40:16
that were the wrong shots with someone
40:18
on the phone were you seeing these on
40:20
c-span
40:20
yes on c-span yeah it had to be this is
40:23
sure that was the same
40:24
feed no but c-span has a lot of their
40:27
own feeds
40:28
oh you think there'd be the guys they'd
40:30
have a camera oh
40:32
they would end oh so maybe they're
40:33
flipping that in maybe they're doing the
40:35
crowd shots
40:37
yeah because i don't see that that
40:38
burnett would do that
40:40
thank you i was sitting there going this
40:43
is wrong
40:44
something is really wrong with these
40:46
shots
40:47
you know if you remember when c-span
40:49
does like the state of the union they
40:51
they
40:51
to take these shots of the guy falling
40:53
asleep and they
40:54
or the ruth gator bins ginsburg passed
40:58
out i mean they they shoot those shots
41:00
they love those shots
41:02
they always want to get into the network
41:03
these guys that are working the cameras
41:05
on c-span
41:06
i think well anyway
41:09
the whole evening was uh yeah i thought
41:12
most of the speeches leading up to the
41:14
to the president's speech
41:16
it was overall kind of mediocre just in
41:18
general now
41:19
this was this was the double striped
41:22
trump tie
41:24
so it was red and blue this is important
41:26
because he was mixing both guys
41:29
red is the red is the is the go to the
41:32
rally and make him nuts guy
41:34
uh lock her up blue is ceo trump
41:38
ceo trump does the numbers and he does a
41:40
little you know cute little jokes little
41:42
things he feels the audience he really
41:45
he knows when he says something that's
41:46
funny and and he'll let the
41:48
let the room breathe and people will
41:50
laugh so you have the red and the blue
41:52
tie
41:52
i think was exactly what it called for
41:54
again it was not spectacular i really
41:57
liked
41:58
joe biden's uh agenda is made in china
42:01
trump's agenda is made in usa that'll
42:03
stick
42:05
and he also called out correctly that
42:07
biden is sinking in the polls like a
42:09
rock
42:10
because of the peaceful protest all of
42:12
that was real that landed well
42:14
and then again i just appreciate the
42:16
mark burnett um
42:18
machio mini concert at the end
42:22
yeah that would that caught me off guard
42:24
it was good man and and the song
42:27
so ave maria uh yeah what's the
42:31
that one everyone's favorite that no one
42:33
knows the words to or even the title
42:35
um and then god bless america uh
42:38
again audio guys poor poor
42:41
mixing of the crowd it sounded like
42:45
no one was there anymore um and that may
42:48
have been
42:49
c-span i don't know it seems weird that
42:51
they would
42:52
mess up a brunette feed like that but
42:56
there we were and so uh now
42:59
well after you get the feedback that
43:01
this is an infomercial you might want to
43:03
like
43:03
you know put your put a couple of guys
43:06
in
43:06
you know in there yeah but you know that
43:10
is
43:10
that is election tampering if true you
43:13
can't
43:14
you can't yes it is c-span can do
43:16
whatever they want it's election
43:17
tampering no matter what you do from the
43:19
fema bull crap or not fema the federal
43:22
election
43:23
bull crap i think it's tampering if if
43:25
true
43:26
but what they did not tamper with they
43:28
tried is what happened
43:30
after c-span opened the phone lines
43:34
and you know how we've we've done this
43:36
many times they have democrat line
43:37
republican line independent line
43:40
they went to the democrat line and
43:43
this is an edit obviously and the whole
43:46
sequence of these calls is nine minutes
43:48
long
43:50
i think they also targeted or made sure
43:52
they were taking kind of new york like
43:54
calls to make sure
43:55
on the democrat line they had to switch
43:58
to saying democrat line
44:00
republican line to uh supporting trump
44:03
line
44:04
uh supporting biden line or not it was
44:07
it was the most bizarre thing i've ever
44:09
seen
44:09
and just listened to a couple minutes of
44:11
the calls that came in
44:12
on the c-span live call-in show but do
44:14
you you still consider yourself a
44:16
democrat
44:18
i will be changing that i'm a lifelong
44:21
democrat
44:22
my family comes from the candy democrats
44:25
and i will be voting for trump this
44:27
election
44:28
norma did you watch the democrats last
44:30
week
44:31
no i did not i couldn't be bothered
44:33
watching them i want to tell you also
44:34
that
44:35
we were like we're from massachusetts
44:37
and we were lifelong and my parents were
44:39
democrats
44:40
but we're not anymore we're republicans
44:43
america to me is freedom of speech is
44:45
the biggest one that
44:47
the democrats have just lost me on
44:49
they've been attacking it
44:50
um you know they keep preaching that
44:53
they're
44:53
the party of love and tolerance but you
44:55
got to read the fine print that's only
44:57
if you believe as they do
44:59
you know and and that's not the way we
45:01
are in this country
45:02
if i hate every word coming out of your
45:04
mouth i'm gonna fight right next to you
45:06
to make sure you get to say it that's
45:08
what america is about and they just
45:09
don't get it
45:11
america needs to stay as america
45:14
i'm very upset with everything that's
45:16
going on in
45:18
this country and i've been a registered
45:21
democrat for many years and this
45:24
is i'm done i'm ready
45:28
i need a change i've been in the
45:31
democratic party for a long time
45:33
and see the way that the direction of
45:35
the country is headed um i want america
45:38
to stay a place that is free that is
45:40
pro-business that is less regulation
45:43
that stands for freedom that stands for
45:45
defense of our nation
45:47
um and i see it going a different way
45:50
with the joe biden
45:51
potential god bless
45:54
donald trump i used to be a democrat
45:57
until
45:58
i was i didn't vote for donald trump in
46:00
2016 but after they attacked him so
46:03
brutally
46:04
i said they're not even giving him a
46:06
chance and he's fighting for america
46:08
every day i've switched completely i am
46:10
now republican voting republican all the
46:12
way
46:13
no more democrat for me helen who did
46:17
you vote for in 2016
46:19
well i i didn't vote for trump but i am
46:22
now
46:23
i mean it just went on and on and on
46:27
it was really embarrassing for the you
46:29
know the guy who does this
46:31
this i've noticed this with the collins
46:33
there's a few
46:34
people that are very pro-biting and they
46:37
just they're they're
46:38
i don't want us they're either drunk
46:43
or uh they're just bigoted and uh
46:46
they don't know what they're talking
46:48
about and then everyone else is like
46:49
this
46:50
that this is a trend yes no
46:53
it's of course it's a trend it's a
46:55
massive trend
46:57
massive i it probably got the c-span
47:01
guys uh thinking about
47:02
i mean because they have to take these
47:04
calls oh yeah well that's that's why
47:06
they
47:06
that's why i believe they change from
47:08
democrat line to
47:09
supporting president trump line because
47:11
that's all the calls they were getting
47:12
hell you're on the supporting
47:14
president trump line
47:18
you're right because it used to be
47:19
democrat republican independent
47:22
and now you can't do that because if
47:23
they're all going to call them pushing
47:24
trump
47:25
yep that's bad that's doesn't give them
47:28
the kind of
47:29
they don't get any balance that it's not
47:31
as entertaining either if they hear it
47:33
on two sides you want to hear both sides
47:34
yeah
47:37
so i only got uh i listened to the thing
47:39
i thought it was
47:41
it was getting tedious but i got a kick
47:43
out of giuliani
47:45
uh mainly because of his punchline but
47:48
i i took three clips from giuliani but
47:51
we could probably skip the first one
47:54
um because it's just he goes off and
47:58
uh you know he just goes off on his
47:59
giuliani man yeah yeah but
48:01
we can just imagine what the first one
48:03
was like and skip to part
48:04
two and then the kickers in part three
48:06
so if we listen to giuliani
48:08
and this is a the kind of you know i
48:11
said well it's a little different
48:12
between the republicans and the
48:13
democrats because it was one was gloomy
48:16
the last night of the republican party
48:18
was
48:19
was i wouldn't say it was gloomy per se
48:23
but it was pretty dark compared to the
48:26
first three nights
48:27
where you had the cuban guy and that
48:29
poor woman who got commuted and
48:32
who then they pardoned her uh
48:35
they they're all uplifting stories they
48:37
had a lot of these uplifting stories of
48:39
the cuban guy in particular was one of
48:40
the best
48:41
but then the fourth night when they
48:44
brought the heavy hitters out like
48:45
giuliana they just were
48:46
after biden and the democrats and it was
48:49
just that was their job
48:50
yeah that was their job obviously that
48:52
that was yeah so it was the closure they
48:54
were gonna just
48:55
pound them they figured their audience
48:58
has never been
48:58
never beat to for some reason ever beat
49:00
the democrat audience
49:02
in general uh except for streaming
49:05
hold on a second i have a clip about
49:07
that before you get to giuliani
49:09
uh who was that i think this was let's
49:11
see who was
49:13
bitching about this president trump's
49:15
long long long
49:16
teach last night from the white house
49:18
long long long long three times longer
49:20
than joe biden's president trump's long
49:22
long long long speech last night from
49:24
the white house
49:25
that was the highest rated thing in the
49:28
whole republican convention but the
49:30
president's speech last night
49:31
rated lower than his own previous
49:34
convention speech in 2016.
49:36
it rated lower than mitt romney's speech
49:38
from 2012 it rated lower than john
49:40
mccain's speech from 2008 it even rated
49:42
lower than george w bush's re-election
49:44
speech in 2004.
49:45
hello but the thing that will really
49:47
bother the president is that the
49:48
president's speech
49:49
last night rated lower than joe biden's
49:53
speech
49:53
did last week during the democratic
49:55
convention
49:56
this is fantastic you cannot compare
49:59
ratings from 2004
50:01
with 2020 with all the streaming and
50:03
alternative and more
50:04
channels i mean that's that's what we
50:06
call a false equivalency ritual
50:09
however these so of course
50:12
less people watch because it's old
50:14
losers who watch
50:16
tv like you and me so most of those are
50:18
going to be joe biden supporters
50:20
who are also sleepy and trump is the
50:23
internet president
50:24
now do i believe anyone has real stats
50:27
on streaming
50:28
no it's just as bull crap as television
50:32
ratings
50:33
so i don't care and i don't care it
50:36
doesn't matter we don't have a huge
50:37
audience yet here we are
50:39
alive and doing okay
50:42
but this this comparing it to just
50:45
2000. rachel's ratings from 2004.
50:50
rachel was trying to make some points
50:52
for
50:53
of course of course and joe deserves
50:55
some points on the board
50:57
you know so and and then trump shouldn't
50:59
be so freaky about it
51:01
well it's not true we had more including
51:02
streaming oh who cares
51:04
shut up well he's that way yeah he's a
51:07
tv i mean he's from that generation so
51:09
let's listen to giuliani's speech part
51:11
two
51:12
soon protests turned into riots in many
51:14
other american cities
51:16
almost all democrat businesses were
51:18
burned and crushed
51:20
people beaten shot and killed police
51:22
officers
51:23
routinely assaulted badly beaten
51:26
and occasionally murdered and the police
51:29
handcuffed
51:30
by progressive democrat mayors from
51:33
doing anything but observe the crimes
51:36
and absorb the blows but the worst of it
51:39
was the slaughter of innocent young
51:41
people with their whole lives
51:43
ahead of them the murder of
51:45
four-year-old grand tal pharaoh
51:47
in kansas city shocked the nation but
51:50
not black lives matter
51:52
or their many democrat supporters
51:55
17 year old basketball star brandon
51:58
hendricks
52:00
was killed in the bronx just days after
52:02
graduating high school
52:04
and on his way to st john's to play
52:06
basketball
52:08
he passed with only a brief mention
52:11
one-year-old david gardner jr was shot
52:15
and killed in a stroller
52:17
at a cookout in brooklyn and it caused
52:20
no
52:20
outrage for president trump and for us
52:23
republicans
52:25
all black lives matter and the lives of
52:28
legrand and
52:29
brandon and devil matter to us all lives
52:32
matter to us
52:34
these continuous riots and democratic
52:36
cities
52:37
gives you a good view of the future
52:40
under biden
52:42
all five are the top cities for
52:43
homicides like the
52:46
top cities for rioting and looting are
52:48
governed by
52:50
progressive democrats
52:53
using the progressive democrat approach
52:56
to crime
52:56
which is to do nothing substantive to
52:59
reduce
53:00
it to release prisoners as many and as
53:02
soon as possible
53:03
and to go to war with the police the
53:05
only group
53:06
with the capability to protect your
53:09
citizens
53:11
i think this was effective for a lot of
53:13
new yorkers
53:17
oh it may be they're good they're really
53:19
new york had a big story in today's new
53:21
york times about how
53:23
new yorkers are rushing out of new york
53:26
city and moving into anywhere
53:28
yeah jersey connecticut into little
53:31
houses but what's interesting is that
53:33
giuliani i forget to
53:35
you know he's been painted as such a
53:38
evil crooked horrible sleazy slime
53:41
bucket
53:42
scum of the earth guy and i forget
53:45
i lived in manhattan when he and bratton
53:49
cleaned it up i moved there in 87 and it
53:52
was
53:52
uh it was fun and i enjoyed times square
53:56
it was a lot it was more fun than the
53:58
rubber bricks they've got now
54:00
but there were a lot of issues and those
54:02
guys cleaned it up and i think
54:04
people new yorkers who've been around
54:05
for a while and i know
54:07
rudy did have it kind of cleaned up we
54:09
don't know if he swept people
54:10
under the rug or threw him in the east
54:12
river but he cleaned it up
54:14
he did i was very noticeable because i
54:16
was working
54:17
at pc magazine during this yeah and i
54:20
went to new york a lot
54:21
uh and i went during the dinkins era oh
54:24
that was
54:25
the dinkins era was horrible oh man
54:28
that's when the editor uh during that
54:31
era when they were that's when seventh
54:32
avenue was just a
54:34
crack pipe pipe place with everyone it
54:37
was it was terrible
54:39
uh it was times square was just
54:42
the worst and 42nd street was loaded
54:45
with those porn
54:46
theaters it was unbelievable and i lived
54:48
56 in broadway it was two blocks
54:51
two blocks from where i lived it was
54:53
great
54:55
but you had to walk tall and look like
54:56
you meant business
54:58
don't stop alert don't stop friends
55:02
was mugged oh yeah he was walking around
55:06
slightly tipsy and then uh
55:10
you can't do that yeah anyway
55:14
yeah so giuliani did so giuliani goes
55:16
into and here's how he finishes a short
55:18
clip and this is i thought was the
55:20
kicker
55:20
it is clear that a vote for biden and
55:23
the democrats
55:24
creates the risk that you will bring
55:26
this lawlessness
55:27
to your city to your town to your suburb
55:31
there is no question that this awesome
55:34
job
55:35
of restoring safety for our people
55:38
cannot be done
55:39
from your basement joe
55:44
yeah they've really got him on that i
55:47
have one i won 20 second clip from
55:50
from the president which i thought was
55:52
uh something we must play
55:53
since we have ridiculed other presidents
55:55
over this in the past and
55:57
he deserves the same scorn for sure we
56:00
enacted the largest package of financial
56:02
relief in american history
56:04
thanks to our paycheck protection
56:06
program we have saved
56:09
or supported more than 50 million
56:12
american jobs that's one of the reasons
56:14
that we're advancing so rapidly
56:20
yeah we don't buy those statistics save
56:23
or support or supported no no
56:26
no no no no good try you're not you're
56:29
not sneaking that one by us
56:31
who writes that who thinks that that's a
56:34
good idea
56:35
well it worked very well for obama only
56:38
one of the few podcasters who picked up
56:40
on it yeah
56:42
yes and so it's like you know it's a
56:44
winner yes who picks
56:45
yeah it's a winner
56:49
so do you kellyanne conway mean well i
56:51
got a couple clips oh sure
56:53
uh she goes on she cool she quit the job
56:56
because of her
56:57
wayward daughter claudia and
57:00
george and george quit the lincoln
57:02
project too
57:04
her husband yeah so they both parents
57:06
coming together
57:07
i like i went to the instagram and
57:10
looked at this
57:11
this girl she is out of control and i
57:14
would hate
57:14
i don't want to just generalize but i if
57:18
you
57:18
looked up the definition of the word
57:20
skank
57:24
okay i'm gonna look up the definition of
57:27
the word
57:27
skank you might see your picture okay so
57:31
uh uh a sleazy or unpleasant person or
57:35
a steady pace dance performance to
57:37
reggae music
57:40
yes i know what you mean so sh
57:44
um so kellyanne comes on the fox to
57:48
explainer situation
57:50
and i just had to clip this this is 153
57:53
this is one minute 53 which is a long
57:55
time
57:57
it's like two clip world in any world
58:00
it's a long time on the air
58:02
so she throws a question to kellyanne so
58:04
what about your uh
58:05
situation with your quitting and all the
58:07
rest and kellyanne
58:09
shows that she's still got what it takes
58:12
because she has been put
58:13
on the sidelines a long time ago
58:15
especially with the new girl
58:16
but kellyanne shows that she's got what
58:18
it takes to just
58:20
yammer and blab engine and she uses
58:23
connectives
58:24
perfectly you can't cut her off you
58:26
can't get in there and yeah
58:28
and this was i think this is her i think
58:31
this is her
58:33
swan song her leaving the stage and this
58:35
i believe is
58:37
is it thank you so much i wasn't aware
58:39
we were going to talk about me but let's
58:40
do it i
58:41
i have posted my message publicly and
58:44
have gotten
58:44
tremendous support from people right
58:46
left and center and non-political people
58:48
because they understand
58:50
that we're mothers first most important
58:51
best job most wonderful job ever
58:54
and it has been such a wonderful ride
58:57
for a boss and a president that's been
58:58
so good to the women you know he's been
59:00
elevating women in business and
59:01
government on his campaign and his
59:03
corporation
59:04
in his cabinet for decades and it's just
59:06
been very natural he lets us
59:08
uh he confines consults us and whether
59:11
the men knew it or not or liked it or
59:12
not
59:13
president trump has always made sure
59:14
that i and the other women here have
59:16
been equal footing
59:17
with the men but i told him on sunday
59:19
night in the oval office uh
59:21
what i was doing and and i said you know
59:23
for the next two months you have to
59:24
focus on winning
59:25
and i have to invest in leisure wear and
59:28
hover over my kids as they hover over
59:29
those computers doing school from home
59:31
so what i'm doing is what
59:33
millions and millions of parents across
59:34
this country are doing martha
59:36
which is trying to navigate this new not
59:38
so normal where the kids are learning
59:40
from home
59:41
and i and i want to be there for them
59:43
you know during the spring
59:44
i was here every day seven days a week
59:46
when coveted 19
59:48
first hit and when we were into working
59:50
around the clock
59:51
and i didn't have the same opportunity
59:53
that i want to have now to be there for
59:54
them
59:55
but when the history books are written i
59:56
want people to remember it's donald j
59:58
trump who plucked me out of plain sight
1:00:00
i had been working for decades at this
1:00:02
and it was passed over by many people in
1:00:04
the old boys network and
1:00:06
frankly the new boys network and lots of
1:00:08
those candidates lost
1:00:09
but he saw in me somebody who he wanted
1:00:13
to help
1:00:13
with his team and it was a big team
1:00:15
effort and he and vice president pence
1:00:16
won that election
1:00:18
by going all across this country but
1:00:20
when people you know we have these
1:00:21
handbooks that say women's empowerment
1:00:23
but it's only real if somebody lives it
1:00:26
if they walk it if they actually promote
1:00:28
women not just talk about it and he has
1:00:30
done that
1:00:31
yeah now that i hear this can i i got to
1:00:34
say please
1:00:35
please i've analyzed this comment that
1:00:38
she made for one minute 53 seconds
1:00:40
it is one sentence
1:00:42
[Laughter]
1:00:45
seriously i would advise anyone to
1:00:48
listen to this and listen to it
1:00:49
carefully
1:00:50
it is one sentence with uh
1:00:53
using and and and butt butt and butt and
1:00:57
butt
1:00:58
and and and she says and about 40 times
1:01:01
and
1:01:02
martha tries to get in a couple of times
1:01:03
you're going to hear a little she can't
1:01:05
make it
1:01:06
it's like trying to jump in line i can't
1:01:09
quite get there
1:01:10
uh doors closed and uh
1:01:13
it's astonishing she is a real
1:01:16
classic uh probably uh
1:01:20
the best chatterbox i've seen for a long
1:01:22
time it was it's pretty phenomenal
1:01:24
and she is a woman to be celebrated
1:01:26
because she
1:01:27
she did run the campaign and she did run
1:01:29
it successfully
1:01:31
and it was really i think her husband
1:01:34
george conway has been the problem and i
1:01:38
think that she
1:01:38
either saw it as too big of he's running
1:01:41
the lincoln project
1:01:42
either there's too much of a problem for
1:01:44
her or for trump or for both
1:01:46
and she had to leave and her daughter i
1:01:48
think is a good excuse
1:01:50
and it's also not handy to have that
1:01:52
going around it's just it's it's fodder
1:01:54
for the media and she had to go
1:01:56
she had to go embarrassing it's a
1:01:57
humiliation yeah meanwhile she did give
1:02:00
a small
1:02:00
gave a speech similarly that what she
1:02:03
did
1:02:04
yeah i the at the uh convention and
1:02:07
claudia conway
1:02:08
went on her account on instagram or
1:02:11
whichever
1:02:11
oh here we go here we go tick tock no
1:02:14
she's on tick tock
1:02:15
look her up and you watch all her stuff
1:02:16
this is claudia's reaction to
1:02:18
kellyanne's
1:02:19
speech at the convention look what i did
1:02:22
look at what i did ladies and gentlemen
1:02:27
look at what i did
1:02:30
what that's it am i am i supposed to be
1:02:34
impressed
1:02:35
that was her that was her summary of
1:02:39
kellyanne conway's speech
1:02:40
she must be very proud of her mom
1:02:43
apparently not goodness
1:02:47
so but you can go to take you look you
1:02:49
go to her tick tock account it's got
1:02:50
some screwball name i'm sorry i don't
1:02:52
have it in front of me no it's okay
1:02:53
you you know this is this is your beat
1:02:56
john
1:02:56
you know the youtube she's she's
1:03:00
she's working lip syncing to the most
1:03:04
rude hip-hop songs you can imagine oh
1:03:06
let me guess she must be cardi b
1:03:08
i think she's she's 15 going on 40. have
1:03:11
you been around 15 year olds today
1:03:13
who are on instagram or tick tock this
1:03:15
is what it is
1:03:16
it's pretty gross yeah it's yeah
1:03:20
a lot oh my goodness
1:03:25
um do you have any more clips from the
1:03:27
evening itself
1:03:28
oh let's that's i have a cnn response
1:03:33
oh i do have well i do have a couple of
1:03:34
the intros that might be worth listening
1:03:36
to okay
1:03:37
because amy goodman went out of her way
1:03:40
to uh to kind of um
1:03:45
demean the whole event so let's i got
1:03:47
two of these amy clips to see if i got
1:03:50
well here's the here's the tease for the
1:03:53
segment this is amy's ludicrous trump
1:03:56
tease south lawn of the white house
1:03:59
officially becomes the republican
1:04:01
presidential nominee
1:04:02
in a speech filled with lies and
1:04:05
falsehoods trump repeatedly
1:04:07
attacked his rival joe biden and the
1:04:09
democratic party
1:04:10
lies hey funky beat amy's got going on
1:04:12
that bomb
1:04:14
hey everybody it's amy welcome to the
1:04:15
club south lawn of the white house
1:04:17
officially becomes the republican
1:04:19
presidential nominee
1:04:20
in a speech just with lies and
1:04:23
falsehoods trump repeatedly attacked
1:04:25
who made that she never really mentioned
1:04:27
any of the lies or falsehoods she just
1:04:29
said they were there
1:04:30
oh here's the trump event run down this
1:04:32
came after that
1:04:33
and it was it's another short clip and
1:04:35
it's got more of the
1:04:37
same kind of vitriol democracy now
1:04:39
democracy now we're breaking with
1:04:41
convention i'm amy goodman
1:04:43
president donald trump formally accepted
1:04:45
the republican party's nomination
1:04:46
thursday night before a crowd of about
1:04:48
1500 people on the south lawn of the
1:04:51
world in defiance of social distancing
1:04:53
rules attendees sat
1:04:54
shoulder to shoulder with few people
1:04:56
wearing masks it's a super spreader
1:04:58
event
1:04:59
now they weren't shoulder-to-shoulder
1:05:01
you saw the event they were they were
1:05:03
separated they were they were not social
1:05:07
distancing at six feet
1:05:08
they weren't i did nobody said they were
1:05:10
disney but they weren't
1:05:12
shoulder-to-shoulder they
1:05:13
the seats weren't packed no they were
1:05:16
spread
1:05:17
no with no evidence
1:05:21
filled with lies no this is just a lie
1:05:24
filled with lies no evidence he said
1:05:26
now we're gonna go to we can go to cbs
1:05:29
and i have a whip saw this is another
1:05:31
good example this
1:05:32
is that chinese correspondent that works
1:05:35
for cbs
1:05:36
that trump said to her once you should
1:05:39
ask that question to china
1:05:41
and then she got all bent out of shape
1:05:42
is it because i'm asian
1:05:46
well she's a she's a total drip and
1:05:48
listen to this talk about
1:05:50
talk about lies listen this is trump on
1:05:52
cbs 2001.
1:05:54
tonight the president is campaigning in
1:05:56
new hampshire trying to build political
1:05:58
momentum after his speech to almost
1:06:00
2 000 mostly masculist supporters last
1:06:02
night the white house lawn
1:06:04
sounds like that they didn't have their
1:06:06
diapers on maskless cbs's
1:06:08
traveling with president president trump
1:06:11
is stumping
1:06:12
in new hampshire tonight where he trails
1:06:14
joe biden by a significant margin
1:06:17
in washington as social justice
1:06:19
protesters marched just blocks from the
1:06:21
white house
1:06:22
the president called reporters to the
1:06:24
oval office to witness his pardon of
1:06:26
alice johnson
1:06:27
whose life sentence he had commuted two
1:06:30
years ago
1:06:30
after lobbying from kim kardashian he
1:06:34
ignored questions about the protesters
1:06:36
outside
1:06:37
meanwhile his campaign said today that
1:06:39
four people who were part of the
1:06:40
republican convention events in north
1:06:42
carolina on monday
1:06:44
had tested positive for kovid 19.
1:06:49
it was a striking display last night as
1:06:51
nearly 2
1:06:52
000 audience members did not socially
1:06:55
distance
1:06:56
and largely were not wearing masks the
1:06:58
president did not mention
1:07:00
the coronavirus until 30 minutes into
1:07:02
his speech
1:07:04
and will produce a vaccine before the
1:07:06
end of the year
1:07:08
or maybe even sooner mr trump condemned
1:07:11
looters and rioters and said only he
1:07:14
could ensure
1:07:15
law and order my administration will
1:07:18
always stand
1:07:19
with the men and women of law
1:07:22
enforcement
1:07:23
[Applause]
1:07:24
that was the whole first rip saw of
1:07:27
course it has had nothing to do with the
1:07:29
story
1:07:31
nothing she said and i would just i
1:07:34
would like to
1:07:35
anybody out there to find the reference
1:07:37
where it said only
1:07:38
he can what was that she said sustained
1:07:42
here listen we'll listen again we'll
1:07:44
produce a vaccine before the end of the
1:07:46
year
1:07:47
or maybe even sooner mr trump condemned
1:07:51
looters and rioters and said only he
1:07:53
could ensure
1:07:54
law and order my administration will
1:07:57
always stand
1:07:59
with the men and women of law
1:08:01
enforcement
1:08:03
she reported that with no evidence she
1:08:06
said only
1:08:06
he can ensure law and order where where
1:08:09
does he say that and why does
1:08:10
she clip it she has no evidence
1:08:13
but the point is is that why
1:08:16
why does cbs have to blatantly
1:08:20
lie about the speech that they have
1:08:23
right in front of them
1:08:25
well we do know what cbs stands for now
1:08:28
don't we
1:08:30
cia broadcasting system exactly
1:08:34
i just found that to be the most
1:08:35
defensive thing of the entire reportage
1:08:38
uh done by any of the networks that it's
1:08:40
just an outward
1:08:41
just a blatant lie by this reporter
1:08:45
they're shameless at cbs do they have
1:08:48
any editors there that
1:08:49
get it for this sort of thing or does
1:08:52
nora who's
1:08:53
i guess the editor-in-chief which is
1:08:54
typical of the anchor she have anything
1:08:56
to say about it
1:08:57
no no it's it's it's before we play the
1:08:59
second part it's interesting you bring
1:09:01
that up
1:09:02
you remember i had the yamiche clip
1:09:03
where she's she threw out this big
1:09:06
whopper of a lie about the president
1:09:09
said
1:09:09
there were fine people at holocaust
1:09:11
raleigh
1:09:12
that like uh at holocaust uh jewish
1:09:16
uh anti-semitic rallies whatever the
1:09:18
hell it was she said
1:09:19
yeah it was outrageous one of our
1:09:21
producers caught
1:09:22
a blatant lie in the beginning of that
1:09:26
clip
1:09:26
that uh and that would have been judy
1:09:28
that judy also
1:09:30
did not correct you wanna just listen to
1:09:32
it for a second oh yeah
1:09:34
yamiche what we are seeing is an
1:09:36
aggressive attempt on the part of this
1:09:38
party and of president trump to say i'm
1:09:41
not a racist
1:09:42
we heard that from herschel walker a few
1:09:44
minutes ago we're hearing now from
1:09:46
from state representative jones of
1:09:48
georgia
1:09:49
to saying this president does have
1:09:51
support among black
1:09:52
americans um to push back on the
1:09:56
narrative
1:09:57
uh that they say is not the whole
1:09:58
picture about him that's right and the
1:10:01
republican
1:10:02
party as a whole in 2012 did a really
1:10:04
long autopsy trying to figure out
1:10:06
how to expand their base and how to
1:10:07
diversify the party then came donald
1:10:09
trump
1:10:09
and he did the exact opposite of what
1:10:11
the party said he focused on
1:10:12
racial division he focused on
1:10:14
immigration he called immigrants rapists
1:10:16
and criminals he said we needed more
1:10:17
police not less police
1:10:19
and then of course while he's in office
1:10:20
president trump has really really beat
1:10:22
up on the black lives matter movement
1:10:24
he's called it he's called people
1:10:26
anarchists he's called them not good for
1:10:28
america
1:10:29
he's really called into question whether
1:10:31
or not people should be taking to the
1:10:32
streets after we see
1:10:33
deaths like jacob blake in wisconsin or
1:10:36
george floyd in minnesota
1:10:37
i'm sorry jacob blake didn't die
1:10:43
she said death's example of well she's
1:10:46
she is the really a terrible reporter
1:10:49
she said death's like jacob
1:10:50
died deaths and where's judy pojo
1:10:54
no none of that yeah where's judy she
1:10:58
should be
1:10:58
she's the editor-in-chief more or less
1:11:02
when you're the anchor uh no that
1:11:05
pbs has gone down the tubes it's it's
1:11:07
gotten so bad
1:11:09
how bad is it so bad ever since gwen
1:11:11
ifill died that is it's almost
1:11:12
unlistenable
1:11:14
for his bias is biased it's really
1:11:16
pathetic i
1:11:17
don't want to i bitch about this
1:11:19
constantly but let's listen to part two
1:11:21
of the clip
1:11:21
uh with the uh the reporter from cbs
1:11:24
who's
1:11:25
almost as bad as yamiche only he could
1:11:28
ensure law and order
1:11:30
my administration will always stand with
1:11:33
the men
1:11:34
and women of law enforcement
1:11:37
the president warned in dire terms that
1:11:40
the country would
1:11:40
suffer under abide in presidency joe
1:11:44
biden is not a savior
1:11:46
of america's soul he is the destroyer
1:11:50
of america's jobs
1:11:54
joe biden criticized president trump for
1:11:56
holding a quote super spreader event at
1:11:58
the white house there it is
1:12:00
1400 people are packed into this hangar
1:12:04
masks are required as part of a state
1:12:06
ordinance but most people
1:12:07
are not wearing one nora super spreader
1:12:11
event
1:12:12
meanwhile she's outside i don't know
1:12:14
what she's talking about in this hangar
1:12:16
she says as though she's in the hangar
1:12:18
she's clearly outside in that shot no
1:12:21
she's she's a super spreader
1:12:24
super super spread i've i there was a
1:12:27
funny bit
1:12:28
on cnn after um after the
1:12:32
everything wrapped up after these
1:12:34
spectacular fireworks
1:12:36
and uh pooper anderson pooper brought on
1:12:40
uh who was it it was daniel dale
1:12:44
i guess he's a maybe he's their
1:12:46
political guy i'm not quite sure what he
1:12:48
does uh over at cnn but they made a big
1:12:50
deal daniel dale is here daniel dale is
1:12:53
and he's daniel dale and he's fact
1:12:55
checked everything everybody he's fact
1:12:56
checked it and everything the president
1:12:58
said was a lie
1:13:00
anderson this president is a serial liar
1:13:02
and he serially lied tonight i counted
1:13:04
preliminarily more than 20
1:13:06
false or misleading claims i want to go
1:13:08
through a whole bunch of them quickly
1:13:09
because i think it's all important
1:13:11
trump said joe biden is quote talking
1:13:13
about taking down the border wall
1:13:14
biden has specifically explicitly
1:13:16
rejected that idea he just said he'll
1:13:18
stop
1:13:18
further additional construction trump
1:13:20
claimed as always that he is the one who
1:13:22
passed the veterans choice law
1:13:23
barack obama signed that into law in
1:13:26
2014
1:13:26
trump signed a 2018 law to modify it
1:13:29
trump said i have done more for the
1:13:30
african-american community
1:13:32
than any president since abraham lincoln
1:13:33
that is ludicrous lyndon johnson for one
1:13:35
signed the civil rights act in the
1:13:36
voting rights act
1:13:37
trump again touted a quote record nine
1:13:39
million job gain over the past three
1:13:40
months he didn't mention as usual that
1:13:42
that gain follows a record 22 million
1:13:44
job
1:13:45
loss over the previous two months he
1:13:47
said he'll quote continue to lower drug
1:13:49
prices they've increased
1:13:50
during his presidency he said they
1:13:51
opened a jerusalem embassy for less than
1:13:53
500 000
1:13:54
early documents show it was at least 21
1:13:56
million he claimed nato member spending
1:13:58
has increased for the first time
1:14:00
in about 20 years spending in fact rose
1:14:01
in 2015 and in 2016
1:14:03
before he took office he said he will
1:14:05
always and republicans will always
1:14:07
strongly protect people with
1:14:08
pre-existing conditions that pledge has
1:14:10
already been broken he and they have
1:14:11
repeatedly tried to weaken those
1:14:13
protections in obamacare
1:14:14
he claimed again that he banned travel
1:14:16
from china and europe no he imposed
1:14:18
partial restrictions with many
1:14:19
exemptions
1:14:20
tens of thousands of people continued
1:14:21
traveling over he boasted about the
1:14:23
covet testing system
1:14:24
and about his general response look
1:14:25
experts near universally say the u.s was
1:14:27
fatally slow in its response especially
1:14:29
slow in setting up adequate testing he
1:14:31
said that he ended what he called a
1:14:32
nafta nightmare and he signed a
1:14:34
brand new u.s mexico canada agreement
1:14:36
the usmca that agreement preserves
1:14:38
maintains most of nafta he boasted about
1:14:40
building about 300 miles of border wall
1:14:41
what he didn't say is that most of that
1:14:43
is replacement barrier as of august 7th
1:14:45
according to official data
1:14:46
just five miles had been built were not
1:14:48
existed before
1:14:49
he suggested that joe biden would
1:14:50
confiscate guns that's baseless biden is
1:14:52
running on a non-mandatory buyback
1:14:54
of so-called assault weapons he said
1:14:56
democrats want to defund the police
1:14:57
biden again doesn't has rejected that he
1:14:59
said he's quote very good information
1:15:01
that
1:15:02
china wants biden to win because biden
1:15:03
is soft on china or cheerleads for china
1:15:05
the u.s intelligence community says
1:15:07
china wants biden to win because it sees
1:15:08
trump
1:15:09
as unpredictable he said biden vowed to
1:15:11
close down charter schools biden's plan
1:15:13
is skeptical on charters but would not
1:15:14
abolish them entirely he denounced biden
1:15:16
for voting for the iraq war biden did
1:15:18
indeed vote for the iraq war but what
1:15:19
trump doesn't mention is that he
1:15:21
also supported that invasion he said
1:15:23
democrats twice removed the word god
1:15:24
from the pledge of allegiance at their
1:15:26
convention
1:15:26
two individual caucus meetings outside
1:15:28
the main prime time programming
1:15:29
did leave it out but it was uttered in
1:15:31
every primetime event trump denounced
1:15:33
so-called cancelled culture as like an
1:15:34
insidious left-wing thing he died
1:15:50
i just it's beyond me i mean he says
1:15:52
that but yeah the church is like biden
1:15:54
and the
1:15:54
for the different i mean the the kinds
1:15:57
of things you could do this with anybody
1:15:59
of course of course but that's what
1:16:02
makes it so
1:16:03
you can definitely do it you can do with
1:16:04
the media you could do it with bite you
1:16:07
could do with anybody you could say well
1:16:08
he said this but
1:16:09
you know in fact and i mean they've as
1:16:12
we've seen before they have
1:16:14
condemned trump for uh saying
1:16:17
15 when he should have said 16. yeah
1:16:22
oh my goodness oh
1:16:25
i don't know it's almost worth the clip
1:16:26
of the day no no not really not really
1:16:29
it's it it was actually it's it's your
1:16:31
it's your let's go
1:16:32
to this thing that happened this morning
1:16:34
okay just to get it out of the way
1:16:35
all right and that's the bonus clip when
1:16:37
you work in a bureaucracy or a
1:16:39
government agency
1:16:40
they make a big point write it don't say
1:16:42
it write it don't say it because you
1:16:45
say things and then you can't remember
1:16:47
um you get it wrong
1:16:48
and uh which is you know
1:16:52
typical you don't do gentleman's
1:16:53
agreements with your government agency
1:16:55
you write stuff down
1:16:56
right that makes sense is it called a
1:16:58
report isn't it a report
1:17:00
isn't it report by definition written
1:17:02
down
1:17:04
things tend to be this should be written
1:17:06
down in many cases but let's listen to
1:17:07
the way they play this one
1:17:09
apparently with this story kind of
1:17:11
self-explanatory but we'll talk a little
1:17:13
bit about it afterwards
1:17:14
there's a good line in here by the way
1:17:16
the national intelligence director
1:17:18
announced a major shift on election
1:17:20
security
1:17:21
nicole killian is at the white house
1:17:23
hello everybody
1:17:25
with 66 days to go until election day
1:17:28
cbs news has learned
1:17:29
the office of the director of national
1:17:31
intelligence will no longer brief
1:17:32
members of congress
1:17:33
in person about election security and
1:17:36
will instead do it in writing
1:17:38
in a letter to lawmakers director john
1:17:40
ratcliffe wrote
1:17:41
i believe this approach helps ensure to
1:17:43
the maximum extent possible
1:17:45
that the information odni provides the
1:17:47
congress is not misunderstood
1:17:49
nor politicized house democrats called
1:17:52
it a shocking abdication of its lawful
1:17:54
responsibility
1:17:55
with intelligence chairman adam schiff
1:17:57
tweeting the administration clearly does
1:17:59
not want congress or the country
1:18:01
informed of what russia is doing you
1:18:03
have leakers on the committee
1:18:05
obviously leakers that are doing bad
1:18:08
things
1:18:08
the developments come as the president
1:18:10
and democratic rival joe
1:18:12
biden pivot to campaign mode following
1:18:14
back-to-back conventions
1:18:16
in new hampshire friday president trump
1:18:18
railed against protesters who disrupted
1:18:20
his acceptance speech and accosted some
1:18:23
of his supporters
1:18:24
you know what i say protest is your ass
1:18:28
i don't talk about my ass
1:18:33
they're not protesting former vice
1:18:35
president biden and running mate kamala
1:18:37
harris made separate virtual appearances
1:18:39
saturday touting a more
1:18:40
empathetic approach president biden and
1:18:42
vice president harris will have your
1:18:44
back
1:18:44
the biden campaign says the decision by
1:18:47
odni to switch to written
1:18:49
intelligence briefings is deeply
1:18:51
alarming and should be reversed
1:18:53
odni says it is fulfilling its
1:18:56
obligation to congress and will keep
1:18:58
them fully informed
1:19:00
leading into the election jamie you'd
1:19:03
think that those
1:19:04
reports were written down to start with
1:19:07
actually
1:19:09
yeah they used to go in there and tell
1:19:11
them what they you know
1:19:12
here's what we think about and they read
1:19:14
a report and then they get maybe ask a
1:19:16
question maybe not
1:19:17
and then the shifts they're we're
1:19:20
talking about the
1:19:21
the congressional the house of
1:19:23
representatives uh
1:19:25
oversight agency run by adam schiff
1:19:27
intelligence group
1:19:29
oh yeah they would just come out and
1:19:30
then feed it to the media in the way
1:19:32
they thought
1:19:33
saw fit right and you know so they'd lie
1:19:36
and so
1:19:36
now because it's written down like it
1:19:39
should have been in the first place it
1:19:40
should have never been reported
1:19:41
orally now if they if some bull crap
1:19:44
comes out
1:19:46
about one thing or another trump can
1:19:48
declassify the documents
1:19:50
and no here's exactly what it said yeah
1:19:53
that's
1:19:53
where he's got them over a barrel and
1:19:55
that's what they don't like
1:19:57
and there's no reason in the world for
1:19:59
schiff and
1:20:00
pelosi and all these people to get bent
1:20:02
out of shape about that
1:20:04
about this being done as a written
1:20:06
document as i said earlier
1:20:08
government really requires write it
1:20:10
don't say it and it's very easy to
1:20:12
inject
1:20:13
some false information if it's written
1:20:15
down false information either by giving
1:20:18
different copies to different people or
1:20:20
whispering an additional piece of
1:20:21
information
1:20:22
it's much easier to find the source of
1:20:24
it the leak
1:20:25
if they're looking for the leak i don't
1:20:27
think that and in this situation i don't
1:20:29
think that's what they're
1:20:30
up to because they're not doing these
1:20:31
one-on-ones as far as i know
1:20:33
all right but yeah that is an old trick
1:20:35
yeah you just change one word yeah one
1:20:37
word
1:20:37
just to see if someone comes up with it
1:20:40
that's interesting i think that's the
1:20:41
point of it i think the point of it is
1:20:43
what i said which is that trump can
1:20:44
declassify it and say
1:20:46
no here's what actually happened so the
1:20:48
new york times so the new york times
1:20:49
guys now
1:20:50
won't listen to anybody they say let me
1:20:52
see the document i'll see for myself
1:20:55
i was a little skeptical about your
1:20:57
theory that uh
1:20:58
president trump has had uh kovid
1:21:02
and he was cured and believe me everyone
1:21:04
i talked to was like
1:21:06
and i reviewed uh i don't have i didn't
1:21:10
clip it but i did go back and review
1:21:11
where he talked about taking hydraulic i
1:21:13
think you're right
1:21:14
i think you're right
1:21:18
i think yeah i i i where else would he
1:21:20
take hydroxychloroquine it doesn't make
1:21:22
any sense you just don't take it out of
1:21:23
the blue
1:21:24
and he said oh i'm just taking it for a
1:21:25
week and i'm gonna stop yeah this is
1:21:28
probably right
1:21:29
interesting i'm surprised you doubted me
1:21:32
because you
1:21:33
told me that you thought it was probably
1:21:34
right but let's let's go back over the
1:21:37
reasons for this why wouldn't he not
1:21:38
admit it yeah why would he not admit it
1:21:41
because they've
1:21:42
democrats get bent out of shape holy see
1:21:45
should be in quarantine for two weeks
1:21:51
and time code show opener
1:21:55
that's what they do they say it should
1:21:57
be in court the anchor is not in
1:21:58
quarantine
1:22:01
he's killing us all he's a super
1:22:02
spreader 25th amendment 25th amendment
1:22:05
we oh he's not fit
1:22:06
you know yeah that's the other one 25th
1:22:08
amendment they start calling for that
1:22:09
again
1:22:10
he could be mentally unstable after that
1:22:12
we don't know we don't know exactly what
1:22:13
the long-term effects are of covid19 so
1:22:18
but he did he basically said he was
1:22:21
taking hydroxychloroquine
1:22:23
we should have spotted it when he did it
1:22:24
yeah we're such as a
1:22:26
as a message to the cognoscenti that
1:22:29
i've got it i'm getting rid of it it's
1:22:31
going to be because of
1:22:32
hydroxychloroquine
1:22:34
uh wink wink nudge which is what that
1:22:37
was you shouldn't have mentioned it
1:22:39
all but we missed it we missed it yeah
1:22:43
we did
1:22:44
we did and i see you've pulled the iso
1:22:47
protest this your ass i don't talk about
1:22:50
my ass
1:22:53
it's big enough to have a conversation
1:22:55
about don
1:22:56
it has its own zip code it's so big uh
1:23:00
well um just to uh to pull it back to
1:23:03
what's going on with saving people
1:23:05
helping us get out of this the european
1:23:07
union surprisingly little money they've
1:23:09
made available
1:23:10
across the board 900 million 900 billion
1:23:14
euros
1:23:15
but most of that is alone and only i
1:23:18
think three or 400 billion is actually
1:23:20
money that's being given and the dutch
1:23:22
are still
1:23:23
the dutch people are bent out of shape
1:23:25
that they're giving the money
1:23:26
for italy and spain uh it's their tax
1:23:29
money that's bailing them out and what
1:23:31
are we going to get in return
1:23:32
so you know that always is is bad it's
1:23:35
bad and that's kind of a situation we
1:23:37
have here
1:23:38
where uh the democrat party wants to
1:23:40
save its states who
1:23:42
uh messed up their finances uh to the
1:23:45
tune of
1:23:46
tens of billions of dollars per city at
1:23:49
new york city i think it's 40 or 60
1:23:51
billion
1:23:52
los angeles and california have no idea
1:23:54
how i mean texas
1:23:55
has problems too but you know these are
1:23:58
really
1:23:59
insurmountable when you get to this the
1:24:01
state and city bonds
1:24:03
um it's a real problem and so the
1:24:06
trillion everyone agrees there's a tr
1:24:08
the third package
1:24:10
we have a trillion another trillion
1:24:12
dollars we've already handed out three
1:24:14
suck it eu another trillion dollars for
1:24:18
everybody to and
1:24:19
businesses and let's eat and then the
1:24:21
democrats want
1:24:22
an additional trillion for bailing out
1:24:25
and of course
1:24:26
anyone who's living in in a non state
1:24:28
that's in that trouble he's like
1:24:30
no why should i do that i don't really
1:24:32
feel like helping out everybody to that
1:24:34
degree
1:24:35
i thought personally it would wind up at
1:24:37
350 billion
1:24:39
uh turns out they uh they're getting
1:24:43
very close
1:24:44
the demo the republican team came back
1:24:47
and said
1:24:47
you know what uh we'll do 1.3 i think
1:24:50
they're still going for the 1.35 but
1:24:52
here's pelosi all bent out of shape
1:24:54
over it time now for the executive edge
1:24:56
and an update on the stimulus stalemate
1:24:58
house speaker nancy pelosi and white
1:25:00
house chief of staff mark meadows failed
1:25:01
to advance negotiations
1:25:03
on a new pandemic relief package when
1:25:05
they spoke yesterday for the first time
1:25:06
in weeks
1:25:07
the pair held a 25-minute phone call
1:25:09
when asked about the call at a briefing
1:25:11
pelosi
1:25:12
had this to say about the chief of staff
1:25:13
not even the lead negotiator that would
1:25:15
be
1:25:16
mnuchin uh we consider whatever his name
1:25:19
is
1:25:21
she she's insulted that mnuchin didn't
1:25:23
call
1:25:24
it was mark meadows who's been in
1:25:26
congress who all of a sudden she doesn't
1:25:28
remember his name anymore
1:25:29
whatever his name is what's his name met
1:25:32
meadows
1:25:35
she's the rudest horrible woman ever
1:25:38
now there's a couple others on the list
1:25:40
but she's up there whatever his name is
1:25:42
what's the name met meadows they're
1:25:45
staffing
1:25:46
mr mnuchin and they um
1:25:49
if they are willing to meet us in the
1:25:51
middle then we can sit down and talk
1:25:53
so this is you want you called me i'm
1:25:56
returning your call
1:25:57
are you ready to bring much more money
1:26:00
to the
1:26:00
table talks collapse after the last
1:26:02
relief package expired in july over
1:26:04
disagreements on unemployment aids state
1:26:06
and local government relief
1:26:08
as well as school funding so she wants
1:26:10
halfway she wants 500 billion it'll be
1:26:13
3.50
1:26:14
watch i've seen enough antique roadshow
1:26:16
i've seen
1:26:17
storage wars i know how this is where
1:26:19
storage
1:26:21
and storage wars i know what pricing is
1:26:24
oh my goodness but with that i'd like to
1:26:26
thank you for your courage to say in the
1:26:28
morning to you the man who put the sea
1:26:30
in the conway kid john cena
1:26:34
well in the morning to you uh mr adam
1:26:36
curry also in the morning it all ships
1:26:37
to see boots on the ground feet in the
1:26:38
air
1:26:39
subs in the water and all the names are
1:26:40
nice out there yes in the morning to our
1:26:42
trolls in a literal
1:26:44
room uh let's do a quick troll count
1:26:47
hands up trolls let's see how many we
1:26:49
got there 1733 we are
1:26:51
77 shy of our typical sunday
1:26:55
show so i don't know what's going on how
1:26:57
was the zephyr today
1:26:58
by the way what was the zephyr it was
1:27:00
eight cars and it was going at
1:27:02
normal speed eight car normal speed so
1:27:04
we have sped up a little bit on
1:27:06
on the heels of that i have a zephyr
1:27:09
economic outlook from one of our
1:27:10
producers
1:27:12
chuck they all thought it passes on my
1:27:14
wife works for
1:27:15
a if not the largest freight shipping
1:27:17
company in the world today she received
1:27:19
an email from a vip in the company
1:27:21
it stated they are expecting monumental
1:27:24
numbers of imports this year into the
1:27:26
next year
1:27:26
so monumental that many records will be
1:27:29
broken there will be a shortage of
1:27:30
truckers and importing jobs
1:27:33
these were the words of the vip in the
1:27:36
company
1:27:36
so i don't know exactly what what's
1:27:39
happening but i would say
1:27:40
the fact we went from slow moving eight
1:27:42
car to a steady as she goes
1:27:44
is good news
1:27:47
that she said that we're going to have a
1:27:50
that's an interesting report
1:27:52
yes freight shipping so where will it be
1:27:55
coming from
1:27:56
china well maybe england
1:27:59
england's going to have to do some you
1:28:00
have to do to help bail them out what do
1:28:02
they make that we want
1:28:05
rovers land rovers
1:28:08
i said that we want remember i had one
1:28:11
of those
1:28:12
i don't want one of those anymore i
1:28:13
don't think i don't think it's good for
1:28:15
my health or mobility in that matter
1:28:17
um that is uh the troll room of course
1:28:20
is where we're counting trolls who
1:28:22
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usually if you say hey doug give it to
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1:29:43
of i mean i don't know why you would you
1:29:45
want a whole bunch of dicks to come in
1:29:46
but okay that's it's your invite we'll
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know who invited them
1:29:50
you're just going to put it out there i
1:29:51
mean so what do you think's going to
1:29:52
come in
1:29:53
for people who are friendly to us think
1:29:55
about who's on twitter but he
1:29:57
uses twitter i'm sorry
1:30:00
okay i won't do it on twitter it's
1:30:02
probably not the place to do it
1:30:04
uh thank you no no let's thank uh the
1:30:07
artist
1:30:07
for episode uh 1272.
1:30:11
we titled that one by stamps and uh
1:30:14
nice cover from march march who i
1:30:17
believe it also
1:30:18
had also donated that show and we know
1:30:21
march from our covid 95
1:30:23
podcaster edition artwork which is
1:30:25
fantastic this was the
1:30:26
i heart new york made up as a burning
1:30:30
cauldron of hell with the i communist
1:30:33
hammer and sickle
1:30:34
signal symbol uh new york and then ccp
1:30:38
uh it got attention people liked it it
1:30:41
strength
1:30:42
sent a strong message
1:30:45
i don't know if to whom but it sent the
1:30:46
strong message we liked it
1:30:48
was there something else you needed to
1:30:49
say about this yeah i liked the cuomo
1:30:52
picture that was next to it
1:30:54
which was done as as andrew cuomo and
1:30:56
some sort of a
1:30:57
communist uh kind of a propaganda
1:31:00
image yeah correct the record he's been
1:31:03
doing some pretty good stuff recently
1:31:06
yeah and why did we not use that why did
1:31:08
we not
1:31:10
i don't know why there was a those are
1:31:11
the two they're right next to each other
1:31:13
and then the
1:31:14
you uh made the argument that the uh
1:31:18
new york ccp would show up better on
1:31:20
twitter and net didn't actually do it
1:31:22
not really no i wasn't actually right i
1:31:24
was i was but i was looking at some of
1:31:26
the other imagery i should mention this
1:31:27
i'm surprised somebody hasn't gotten one
1:31:29
in they have
1:31:30
rewritten and redone i mentioned this in
1:31:33
the newsletter if people
1:31:34
would subscribe to be better uh
1:31:37
they've changed the the elephant logo
1:31:40
the republicans have is now a rampaging
1:31:43
elephant
1:31:44
oh he's no longer a docile huh
1:31:47
rampaging it used to be a docile looking
1:31:49
icon
1:31:50
iconic elephants this is like more like
1:31:53
a
1:31:53
rampaging elephant well good for them on
1:31:57
the rebrand
1:31:59
yeah and by the way the the republican
1:32:02
party
1:32:03
just think back to the republican party
1:32:06
of
1:32:06
romney and mccain
1:32:10
and bush these are all dick bags
1:32:13
the republican party now is completely
1:32:16
different it's like a working man's
1:32:18
nationalist party it's something very
1:32:21
new yeah
1:32:21
whatever whatever was presented was not
1:32:24
the republican party of the bushes
1:32:26
and the carries and all these no or or
1:32:29
clinton
1:32:29
just as much a republican call herself a
1:32:31
democrat all she wants
1:32:34
so bill clinton was more of a modern
1:32:39
republican than those other guys
1:32:40
yeah and trump is more of a democrat
1:32:42
than a republican
1:32:43
at least but this the party has changed