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October 29th, 2020 • 3h 21m

1290: Hairy Legs

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Unknown: You censor conservative voices. Adam Curry Jhansi devora
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October 29 2020 this is your award winning media
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assassination Episode 1200 and 90 This is no agenda practicing
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RPG wise and three F's and broadcasting live from
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opportunity zone 33 here in the frontier of Austin, Texas
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capital of the drone Star State in the morning, everybody. I'm
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Adam Curry from Northern Silicon Valley where we all know that
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we're all doomed.
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Adam Curry: So you're now part of the EU in California. Are
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they doomed? Oh my god. France, Germany, the Netherlands all
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shutting down. Christina texted me She said, how people are
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freaking out here. They don't even only have symptoms or
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anything. Little sniffle. sniffle Yeah. Nice. sniffles the
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key. I hope people realize that COVID is Coronavirus is the
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cause is the common cold. Yeah. common cold is the Coronavirus.
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There's never been a vaccine for it and never will be. And it's
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and it's possible. I was listening to something the other
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day, it was just a math minor clip they're going well, you
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know, it's crazy because you know the symptoms of each. Each
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person is so different and most are asymptomatic. And I'm
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starting to think Wait a minute, if most, most are asymptomatic,
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that just because of what you've been discussing mostly over the
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last couple shows, is it possible that this test is just
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bad? And they're asymptomatic? Because they don't have it?
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Although they tested positive? Is it just that simple? I have a
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spec sheet of the new Abbott rapid test. It says right there
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in the spec sheet cannot make a distinction between Coronavirus
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rs one or two.
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John C Dvorak: Well, so that means it'll pick up a cold. It
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might just say that they're specifically not specifically
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but when we have a couple of clips later on the talk about it
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actually not being very reliable from government officials who
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are deploying them but
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Unknown: I finally found the smoking gun. I found the smoking
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gun. Sorry, the way
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the way you said but I just imagine you're sticking a finger
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in the air. In fact, and I looked over my glasses when I
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said it, but listen to this.
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Because yes, every every show, I think well that's it. I don't I
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can't say any more about the polymerase chain reaction. PCR
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also mislabeled as a thought test. But yes, I can. It's crazy
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because people aren't catching on. news media is catching on
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very, very sparsely. Of course, local stations. I have that till
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after the election. Well, of course, but Well actually,
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let's, let's, let's listen to I'll set it up this way, keep
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you in suspense a little bit longer. This is WRAL in North
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Carolina, and they are calling
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this latest surge incorrect because they say hey, there's a
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lot of false positives with the PCR also known as the test. So
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this is rather long but it's very very complete in in their
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reporting WRAL in North Carolina, North Carolinians have
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taken more than 3 million COVID-19 tests. During the
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pandemic, almost all 97% of the positives came through a
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molecular test called a polymer chain reaction or PCR. And while
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the test is highly regarded as accurate when it comes to
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positive or negative, some in the scientific world say it
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provides an incomplete picture. We have found RNA shedding in
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evidence for 78 days. My Dr. Carl Hennigan with University of
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Oxford argues that black and white nature of the test is
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leading to an inflated number of cases when you pick you know,
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pay symptomatic people. You have no idea if they have active
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infection, or did they have it two months ago labs test for
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coronavirus by cycling samples to amplify the virus each cycle
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increases the virus in the sample. At the North Carolina
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State lab, they'll cycle a sample up to 37 times before
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deciding whether it's positive or negative. At lab core, the
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main private tester in our state, the cycle threshold is
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even higher at 38. And the more times you do that, the less
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virus you start out with WRAL investigates went through the
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specs of dozens of PCR tests the cycle thresholds ranged from as
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low as 35 to as high as 40. Depending on the maker, the
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higher that threshold goes, then the dimmer if you will, the
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signal is or translated to virus
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The lower amount of virus has pressure, Dr. Thomas Denny heads
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up Duke University's COVID testing program. He says the
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higher thresholds of tests do raise questions, that would be a
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very low signal low level signal. Testing labs simply
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report positive or negative to the state. These tests were not
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designed specifically to identify how much virus is
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there, but just whether it's there or not. That's a lab
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director Dr. Scott Schoen who doesn't by this cycle threshold
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debate, trying to add additional layers of analysis onto a test
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that wasn't designed for that purpose can be dangerous.
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Health care providers use the cycle threshold results as just
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one diagnostic tool, along with the patient's conditions and
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known rights. I happen to think knowing that is useful
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information, especially in the early days of a disease of your
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right now as we learn more about the virus, Denny believes it's
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better to have testing that's too sensitive. However, Hennigan
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argues cycle thresholds in the high 30s lead to inflated case
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numbers, unnecessary quarantines, and economic
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impacts. Or you can put in a threshold level, which says you
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are infectious, which is about a million copies, mil in sample,
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which is a cycle threshold of about 25. So there you have a
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report with numerous professors, you heard all the universities
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they represent. And at the end there, the professor even says
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really 25 cycles, you should know if someone has actual virus
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that can that you can detect. And we know that most of these
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tests, the essays that go out are more like 40 and 45.
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And for sure, if you set it at 4545 cycles, and then a number
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of PCR specialists have sent screenshots to me, yes, if if it
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starts to rise at 26, then you don't need to even go to 45, you
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know that you have someone who clearly has enough virus in
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their system. But it's the threshold that we keep talking
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about, and generally accepted anything above 35 will result in
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too many false positives to actually function as a test from
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which results are being derived. And translated into lockdowns,
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which is happening now in Europe, and we'll get to the low
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death rate in a minute. So how can I convince everybody I'm
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shaking my hand again? How can I convince everybody that this is
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true that this 35 cycle level should be the limit? If only if
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only I had someone that everybody trusted? Like Anthony
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Fauci and Oh, the irony that he appeared in July on this week
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envira ology on the network by Mr. mask himself. Listen to Tony
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Fauci this week in virology, the podcast about viruses, the kind
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that make you sick. All right, there have been a number of
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reports of patients who shed viral RNA for weeks, as
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determined by PCR doesn't seem to be infectious virus, and real
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question is, are they a threat for transmission? And I'm
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wondering, if you think we could use a cut off of viral loads
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determined by PCR to say this patient is no longer infectious
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can go home can go to a nursing facility, because right now, the
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physicians are really having a hard time with that. Right?
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Again, a good question. And what is now sort of evolving into a
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bit of a standard, that if you get a cycle threshold of 35, or
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more, that the chances of it being replication competent are
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miniscule? So that as somebody and you know, we do we have
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patients, and it's very frustrating for the patients, as
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well as for the physicians, somebody comes in, and they
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repeat their PCR and it's like, 37 cycle threshold, but you
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never, you almost never can culture, virus stem from a 37
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threshold cycle. So the I think, if somebody does come in with
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3738, even 36, you got to say, you know, it's just, it's just
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dead nucleotides, period. Period. Did you hear that john?
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He's the man. He said, above 35 is just bad nucleotide minuscule
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is the word he used minuscule, minuscule, any to and it's even
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more interesting that when you receive the results of your
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test, they don't actually tell you at how many cycles it was
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spun up to. Toe is the threshold
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cycle
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is reporting out a pretty standard practice and doing a
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diagnosis now rather than just positive or negative. Good news.
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I mean, when you go in when I get my test, you know, it's
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negative when someone comes in and is positive, they don't give
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them the threshold until you go back and ask for it. Okay, but
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they know they've got it. They've got your gun, you see,
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so they don't even give you the cycle count on the results of
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your PCR processing. This is truly evil.
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No doubt you probably won't admit to it anymore. But there
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we have him on tape saying above 35 minuscules crazy even have
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that yet the tests are arriving at up to 45 cycles. Yeah, that
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means you're always gonna get something if you spin it up that
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far. Absolutely. And this is the result, President Emmanuel
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Macron said France needed a lockdown to act as a brutal
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break on COVID. starting Friday until December, no one in France
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can leave home without a good reason. Those schools and
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factories will stay open. But non essential businesses will
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have to close Francis hospitals are feeling the strain with more
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than half of all intensive care beds already full and deposition
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contact. In Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel announced what she
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called burdens and measures to restaurants will have to close
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so we'll bars and movie theaters. These are radical
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moves in a country wear masks and widespread testing had until
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now kept the infection rates low. And
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this is actually quite funny. I'm sure that even the Chinese
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who figured this is going to upset things a little bit that
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probably
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people are idiots laughing their asses off No kidding. But and by
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the way, since you're giving these reports I know you're on
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top of this. And what you're getting is from the media Of
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course, I'm sure the media is covering it like crazy. What's
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the equivalent of what they're doing in Sweden?
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The equivalent of what they're doing in Sweden, they're doing a
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locking Sweden. No, no, no, they're not locking swung? What
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not? Oh, no, no risking the lives of all the people in
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Sweden like this. What's interesting, how dare you?
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What's interesting, if you look at the data for and we have a
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number of states where and even we have, what is it El Paso? Oh,
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no, we've got a curfew in El Paso lock everybody down and you
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look at the numbers. And you see the spike in positive cases, ie
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people who have shown up to have viral miniscule viral load up to
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45 counts is really 20 year olds, because they're out having
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a good time they're spreading this virus, but the deaths are,
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which are going up but not very much. We're talking maybe 10
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more. They're in the 75 to 80 year old range. So they present
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it as Oh my god, positive cases going up more people dying, but
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it's really not related those two.
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It's a good one. It's Oh, my gosh, and Okay, so let's look at
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some of the actual numbers from the CDC.
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Here's CDC who reveal their hospital
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count and how they counted. It's rather disturbing. It's a real
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report, but you won't hear it replicated many places. So
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Centers for Disease Control have updated their death count for
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Coronavirus and reveal yet again that COVID-19 is rarely the
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actual cause of death among Coronavirus patients, according
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to the CDC themselves of the 220,000 deaths attributed to the
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Coronavirus. 87,000 of them died from pneumonia and influenza.
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Another 17,000 died from chronic respiratory diseases and 26,000
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died from respiratory distress syndrome. 44,000 patients died
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from hypertensive diseases 23,000 died from heart disease
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and a whopping 28,000 died from cardiac arrest and heart
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failure. Yet all of these even patients who died from heart
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attacks or markdown as dying from the Coronavirus, doctors
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who spoke with one American news explained that 131,000 patients
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who are being considered COVID-19 deaths already had life
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ending diseases including cancer, dementia, and even in
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stage renal failure. And according to the CDC, again, if
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you look at place of death, you'll see that some 10,000
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patients who died from COVID were on hospice care, meaning
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they were terminally ill to begin with and we're already
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expected to die. But cnn will continue to keep those numbers
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up every single day. Oh yeah, 230,000 Americans a quarter of
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it. That's what's gonna be next. almost a quarter of a million
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mark my words. That's how they're gonna present it next.
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So I don't understand how the World Health
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organization can say that 98% of influenza did not show up this
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year, yet they've marked all these people as dead from
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influenza.
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And here comes my favorite. What about the excess death rate?
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What about the excess death rate? You can't ignore the
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excess death rate, can you? Well, that depends getting
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there, you almost hit pretty good, pretty good. Pretty good.
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Can you
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hear CNBC Squawk Box, Doctor, you know, we're talking about
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some of the better results recently. But the CDC also
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coming out with a study saying that there were 299, about
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300,000 excess of deaths, excess deaths thus far in 2020, in
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particular, and this, to me was the surprising part about it. It
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said that it struck 25 to 44 year olds very hard their access
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to death rate was up 26.5%. So how do you square both of these
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these these numbers we're seeing? Yeah, we have to break
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down those CDC numbers a little bit. So two thirds of those
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excess deaths were from COVID-19. The other one third
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were from other causes. And I would suspect that a good
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portion of the deaths in that younger cohort were deaths due
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to despair due to other reasons. We've seen a spike in overdoses.
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And I would suspect that a good portion of those excess deaths
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in that in that younger cohort were from drug overdoses and
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other deaths that would triggered by some of the
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implications of what we've gone through to try to deal with
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COVID-19. So only two thirds of those excess deaths were
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actually directly related to viral infection. The other
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third, were related to other factors probably indirectly
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related to the pandemic. Yeah, overdoses, suicides. So the real
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impact actually of people having covid is much smaller than is
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being presented doesn't matter. You'll never read that. Hello,
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future. Hello, future children. 50 years ahead of me when you
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hear this on some strategy, old iPod that you dug up out of your
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grandpa's attic, we knew it was fake. We knew it. No one
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listened.
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My message to the future.
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Make sure the kids no
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matter.
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New Zealand is great. It's a great time to be alive in New
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Zealand. Of course, we know the premier was Prime Minister was
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reelected, and she's ready to build back better and part of
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that comes with tracking you like a dog putting a tag on you
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like a whale, like a big humpback whale traveling across
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New Zealand tracking you grab a card and slip it on the new tool
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to track and trace COVID-19 could be that simple.
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Bluetooth contact tracing cards are being trialed in the normal
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Taha community COVID trace, but we know that we can use
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different technologies and different sorry,
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that's just mumbling mumbling okay said
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different parts of the community, it's up to 1500
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people will participate. Don't worry the card for a weekend
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provide feedback. I think that we have an opportunity to assist
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in providing a process that's going to have benefits for the
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whole of the country. It works by exchanging a signal with
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anyone also wearing a card within a few meters described as
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a digital handshake, building a record of close contacts, that
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technology doesn't track your location the information is
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stored on the card. If you live or work and normal, and rover 19
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years of age, you can take part and the trial accounts were
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designed by T Ottawa, the health ministry and the universities of
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Waikato and Otago and could be vital for vulnerable
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communities, the number of people my age group at quien.
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Camacho, for instance, who don't have a cell phone, who don't
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have access to data to be able to access the same. So that's
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why it's obviously more user friendly, jello will hold the
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piece of information for people who registered for the card,
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please, when CML will look after that data that comes out because
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it's too early for a national rollout. But one expert sees the
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benefits. If by chance you become a case, then it can
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automatically automatically contact all of your close
19:19
contacts that you've had over a period of time. So you don't
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actually have to do anything. You don't even have to know who
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they are or exactly where you had close contact with them.
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That's the beauty of it. The cards will go live early next
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month. It literally is a tag. It's a card as a tag you carry
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on your arm, which can later be moved to your toe. When you're
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in the morgue. Yeah, well, that's convenient to save money.
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Now take a tagging toy don't write anything up. It saves a
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lot of it does. It's already identified out just in case
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you're an unfortunate case. Then you will go to the
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quarantine center, you will not stay at home. If you're a child,
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you will be taken away from your family and put into the
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quarantine center. Here's a New Zealand Chief Medical official
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describing this is part of our overall national response to
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this new outbreak. Fire now directing medical officers of
20:19
health that all cases confirmed cases to be managed in a
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quarantine facility. Now, this is different to help positive
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cases were managed when we were last at levels four and indeed
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three, and shows how serious we are about limiting any risk of
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ongoing transmission, even thin self isolation in including to
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others in the household. This will apply to any cases and also
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close family members who might be at risk as appropriate. The
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reminder these facilities has been have been set up
20:51
specifically and have excellent processes and resources in place
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to look after people with COVID-19, including health staff
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on site at all times. And it will help us avoid any further
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inadvertent spread into the community as part of our overall
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response. So off, you go off to the camp, don't worry, it's
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gonna be great, have a shower. And just in case you don't want
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to take a test or you you're in the facility and you're, you
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know, you're kind of a troublemaker, you're like, Hey,
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get away from me, man, I don't want to test Well, here's the
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Prime Minister herself, explaining that you probably
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will want to take a test. Someone refuses
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to be tested, they have to keep staying. So they won't be able
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to leave after 14 days, they have to stay on for another 14
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days. So it's a pretty good incentive. You either
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make sure you're clean, or we will keep you in a facility
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longer. So I think most people will look at it and say, I'll
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take that. I'll take the test.
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Questions about people refuse. What do we do if someone refuses
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to be tested? Well, they can't. Now, if someone refuses in our
22:00
facilities to be tested, they have to keep staying. So they
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won't be able to leave after 14 days. They have to stay on for
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another 14 days. So it's a pretty good incentive.
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And make sure you are we will keep you in a facility longer.
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So I think most people will look.
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I'll take the test.
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Is this what they're talking about when they say Trump
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mismanaged the COVID that he's not doing stuff like this?
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Absolutely would do. Or maybe Hillary be doing this now she
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was president. We'd be locked down we go like Europe. Same
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thing, bro. You're talking, bitching and moaning if Hillary
22:55
was president you and I would be in the in the in the lockup.
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He'd be in there right now.
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You but you have to see that video. It's in the show notes of
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her face. It's on a zoom call and she looks like an alien.
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She's frightening the woman is when she's
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saying
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wow, she's frightening to me. She's a horrible person. Well,
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so as Gavin Newsome, we've heard of the restrictions for the
23:23
holiday season, but enjoyed out there in California, john, and
23:27
your neighbors will be watching you. First of all, no more than
23:30
three households, including your own can gather. That's the big
23:33
thing, three households. And that's the limit.
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The the host of the gathering has to collect basically the
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names and contact information of everybody who's there, in case
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that tracing needs to happen if somebody were to get sick, all
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gatherings have to be held outside regardless that you can
23:52
go inside to use a bathroom, as long as that bathroom is
23:56
frequently sanitized. You can like parks, open air parks, you
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can gather there, but again, they're sticking with that three
24:02
household rule. So you can't have other households join you
24:05
there just because it's a wide open space. It's got to be the
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three households, all seating socially distance, specifically
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six feet in every single direction. If you're going to
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serve food, all food has to be served in single serve
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disposable dishes. You got to wear a mask at all times unless
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you're eating we're all used to that by now. You can only gather
24:25
for a maximum of two hours. That's one of the other
24:27
restrictions. Singing is discouraged. But if you must
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sing, you must wear a mask and sing below a standard speaking
24:35
voice and that specific
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guideline is really got a standard yes below.
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You will obey you will obey. That's where you live.
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You live there, nobody's going along with this. They will have
24:52
drones. They love drones flying over to check check and make
24:56
sure that you're complying If not, the drone will just hop
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And then and shoot a electric electric be Macha. Well they
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will they're hoping for that it hasn't come yet.
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Really this this.
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To me, it's so obvious, of course we're less than a week
25:15
before the election. So nothing better than to keep people from
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I mean, this is true election interference. Because you're
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telling people stay at home. It's too late to get a mailing
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valid. Oh, yeah, you're gonna die. So there's that that is not
25:31
discussed.
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That's an interesting angle because it's well known that the
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dead most of the male invalidating has been done by
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Democrats and the Republicans all expect to go to the polls.
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Yeah.
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So keep them home. You got it, mate. This is a great cut off
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point. And voting my stop today. This is the setup to build back.
25:53
This is the setup to build back better. Joe Biden is now sending
25:58
out build back better pamphlets, pamphlets, which is not saying
26:04
how he's going to do anything, but it's all good. So it's all
26:07
saying according to you listen to me. And they say, Oh, he's
26:09
got plans, plans, plans that just like just, I don't want to
26:13
go off track here. But I do have to Joe Biden gaps that we can
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play.
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Sure, let's let's let's let's spark it up a little bit. Sure.
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Let's do it. Well, let's go with the Biden that this way you
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don't have the data and this could be just maybe when we
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missed but this is the Biden Kamala, running mate gaff. My
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name is Joe Biden. Joe Biden's husband. And I'm common was
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running me
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thinking I'm kidding. Yeah, I'm so happy. This was in Michigan.
26:46
It was actually a comedy. And it was so weird. It was a Biden,
26:50
Kamala Harris event. But her name was underneath at the
26:54
height of Joe's head. So he's standing there in front of a
26:57
sign that literally says only Kamala and then he says this,
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but and most people missed it, because you left the last part
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on which is this part, which is important is the
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kid The guy is so toast. He doesn't even know he's giving it
27:16
away.
27:18
It's not a gaffe. He's telling the truth.
27:22
To what he said, He's actually since we're doing this, I have a
27:26
clip from Michigan with Kamla Camila till you heard Joe River.
27:32
You heard Joe, he clearly said, I'm Jill's husband, and I'm camo
27:38
is running mate. You think I'm joking? No, we understand what
27:41
you're saying, Joe? Here's Kamala Harris. In Michigan, I
27:45
think she's wasted. Hey, Ronnie.
27:49
Hey, it's good to be back in Michigan. Carolyn, thank you so
27:55
much for that introduction. It's good to be in the house of
27:57
labor.
28:01
Okay, so we are nine days away from the end of this election.
28:09
Nine days. And every single one of these days leading up to
28:16
November 3, Tuesday, November 3, is going to determine the
28:22
outcome of this election and you in Michigan are going to
28:27
determine who will be the next president of the United States
28:32
and Vice President of the United States. Oh, she just added that.
28:38
You aren't gonna make the difference. So it's so good to
28:42
be back. But here's the thing. So in 2016
28:48
PTSD about what that was all about, right?
28:53
drunk or not drunk? She's drunk. Seriously. I mean, we're usually
28:57
joking about this, but she sounds drunk there. She sounds
29:00
drunk. And I think if you think about it, if you just think
29:02
about it, just objectively, this is a strain on her and she's
29:06
probably drinking a lot and I'll bet you She is a mean drunk.
29:13
Like she's, yeah, I mean, I don't have her as drunk but I
29:16
have Aaron, Arizona. This is the way she starts off. Same thing.
29:20
Same corny thing. small audience comme la in Arizona, please.
29:28
Can we please hear from
29:32
an incredible leader. She's just
29:35
she switches to code to switch.
29:39
And she can't even get out of it after that. Listen.
29:43
What an incredible leader. She
29:46
is Jenny. She's a sign of strength and passion and she
29:50
represents who we are as a nation, Mayor Romero, thank you
29:54
for everything you are and everything you do.
29:59
It's okay.
30:00
Good to be back in Arizona.
30:08
I have I got one more Campbell of
30:14
Mad cat deer deer drinking may account for make America drunk
30:19
again. Let's see. mera Mata Mata Mata Mata there we go meta meta
30:24
meta meta meta a, her laughing hyena act O, which he exhibited
30:29
on 60 minutes and I don't think it pleased. Anybody see the
30:33
hyenas? It doesn't please too many people listen to her
30:37
because she makes you look like you're an idiot. This is
30:40
laughing Tom Alon 60 minutes. You're very different in the
30:43
policies that you've supported in the past. You're considered
30:46
the most liberal United States Senator.
30:49
I, somebody said that it actually was Mike Pence on the
30:53
debate stage. Yeah. nonpartisan. gov track has rated you as the
30:59
most liberal senator, you supported the green New Deal.
31:04
You supported Medicare for All you've supported legalizing
31:07
marijuana, Joe Biden doesn't support those things. So are you
31:11
going to bring the policies, those progressive policies that
31:14
you supported as Senator, into a Biden administration, what I
31:18
will do, and I promise you this, and this is what Joe wants me to
31:22
do. This was part of our deal. I will always share with him my
31:26
lived experience as it relates to any issue that we confront.
31:31
And I promised Joe, that I will give him that perspective and
31:34
always be honest with him. And is that a socialist or
31:38
progressive perspective?
31:43
No, it is the perspective of a woman who grew up a black child
31:49
in America
31:51
was also a prosecutor who also has a mother who arrived here at
31:55
the age of 19, from India, who also you know, likes hip hop.
32:02
What do you want to know?
32:04
I want to give you the opportunity to address this
32:06
because at the Republican National Convention, President
32:10
Trump made the case that Joe Biden is going to be nothing
32:13
more than a Trojan horse for socialist policies for the left
32:17
wing of the Democratic Party. Are you going to push those
32:20
policies when your vice president is not going to be
32:23
confined to Donald Trump's definition of who I or anybody
32:28
else is? You know, this real that's a good clip and I like it
32:32
because in there, she shows all the things she wants to be that
32:36
she is not. And she says a black child in America
32:42
and it loves hip hop. bullcrap. You know that she's doing
32:47
Bollywood belly dancing in front of the mirror. This is that
32:51
she's constructed this in her head, and that's why I said,
32:54
Well, I'm not gonna let anyone else define me. Ah, no, that's a
32:58
good idea. That's a good catch. Now do the back the drawer back
33:02
back to bite back the bite to bite and guess this one is the
33:07
gap i thought was so funny. I saw Yeah. I heard it on all the
33:12
all the right wingers who got an extra I'm going online to get it
33:14
and I said Where the hell is this guy? I had literally
33:18
trouble finding this clip. Oh, good. Find it eventually. But it
33:23
was just like, like pulling teeth for some reason. They just
33:25
kind of like, are you? Are you saying that some of these social
33:29
media. Silicon Valley companies may have obfuscated this from
33:33
view. I think they did kind of give everybody kind of give
33:36
everybody a tip right now. If you're looking for something or
33:39
having trouble finding it on YouTube, pop right on over to
33:43
bit shoot, bit. Shoot calm. That's where the cool kids are
33:47
backing up their stuff. VIPs
33:50
donate to bitch shoot. Keep those keep those guys running.
33:55
It's worth it. Yeah.
33:58
All right. Well, you just you just leech you don't you don't
34:00
support anything divorce tech. I support everything. That's what
34:03
I thought. All right, Biden best gaffe ever gonna be eight days
34:07
left, they want me to ask you I want to know like if someone is
34:10
undecided, or maybe maybe you're thinking about not voting, why
34:14
should they vote? And why should they vote for you? Well, first
34:17
of all, the reason they should vote is that there's a lot on
34:20
the on the balance this year. I mean, this is the most
34:22
consequent not because I'm running, but because who I'm
34:25
running against this most consequential election
34:28
in a long, long, long time. And the character the country in my
34:32
view is literally on the ballot. What kind of country we're going
34:35
to be four more years of Georgia, Georgia, he gonna find
34:40
ourselves in a position where if Trump gets elected, we're going
34:45
to be we're going to be in a different world.
34:48
What's unfortunate is what you can't hear is when you look at
34:53
the video, Jill bide it's a zoom, call or video called Joe
34:57
Biden is sitting right next to him and she's gone.
35:00
Trump, Trump, Trump phone. She does it twice you should kind of
35:04
opens her lips just a little bit and tries to Trump Trump Trump.
35:09
Did you did you see that on the video? Yeah, it No, this was one
35:12
of the most pathetic clips I could do not understand how
35:15
anybody can vote for this guy. And he's like I said the knees
35:19
to crap it. And
35:22
crap, the best word I could come up with. And he this George
35:28
George thing is was the most pathetic of the gas because it's
35:33
kind of sad that Lopez George Lopez later came in so while
35:37
you're talking about me, my years of nice, nice save
35:43
years of George Lopez, you know, he says, specifically says four
35:47
more years of GEORGE Yeah. And then he says George, again, if
35:50
you watch the video, if you watch the video, and if it's
35:53
still there, go to bid shoot. You'll see Joe Biden next to him
35:57
going Trump Trump
35:59
with an open sore lips just a little bit. Hmm.
36:03
Speaking of most consequential election ever, this is a
36:08
President Obama in 2008. This is certainly the most important
36:14
election in my lifetime. 2012 I truly believe this is the most
36:18
important election of our lifetimes. 24 2016 probably the
36:22
most important election of our lifetimes. In 2018 you get to
36:27
vote in what I believe will be the most important election of
36:35
our lifetime. And this week, I always say that, but this time
36:38
is really true. Oh, here we go. 2012
36:41
until the most important election of our lifetime
36:47
I guess it's always the most important election of our
36:49
lifetime, as long as he's alive.
36:53
Just kind of sticking with the as we transition away from the
36:57
COVID
36:59
phony baloney case news.
37:04
Joe Biden mentioned dark winter,
37:08
dark winter, which a lot of people caught and said holy crap
37:12
man that there really was such a thing called dark winter. He's
37:15
not the only one by the way, who's been talking about the
37:18
dark winter it seems to be perhaps the kind of build back
37:21
better thing without better planning 2020 could be the
37:24
darkest winter in modern history. Britain is braced for a
37:28
dark winter as new majors are deployed to stainless surge of
37:31
Coronavirus
37:33
surge and perhaps an even more painful winter as Coronavirus
37:37
cases soar in the US. We're about to go into a dark winter.
37:41
A dark winter.
37:44
I'll just make it better. The dark winter. Do you know who
37:47
oversaw that exercise? Oh, spider way What? It was an
37:54
exercise for smallpox biological attack. Yeah, I remember this.
38:01
Yeah.
38:03
Donald Rumsfeld, the recent dark winter exercise conducted at
38:06
Johns Hopkins University. Oh, simulate a
38:11
meeting in which terrorists released smallpox in three
38:15
separate locations in the United States.
38:18
Within
38:20
two months, the worst case estimate indicated that up to 1
38:25
million people could be dead. And another 2 million affected
38:31
biological weapons must be of major concern. Let there be no
38:35
doubt.
38:39
Oh, yeah. Yeah, I guess the Chinese watch that.
38:44
So just just I do want to say one thing for people who are
38:47
about to be locked up. As I was watching the peaceful protests
38:52
in Philadelphia, the past two nights, which consist mainly of
38:57
people looting.
39:00
You see cops
39:02
just standing around. And they say, well, when queried by the
39:07
news media, well, what are we going to do? And there's way too
39:09
many people were understaffed, you know, it'll be a bloodbath.
39:12
If we try to stop this. That tells me that if you really
39:17
don't want to be locked down and tagged like a dog, that if you
39:22
just resist if you have enough people, that'll be it. They want
39:27
the social workers they're gonna bring on Yeah, exactly. Still
39:31
have a chat. They'll have a chat with you. But I think it's I
39:35
don't think have to be worried about saying now. I'm just not
39:38
interested in in participating. I it's not, there's no talk of
39:44
it yet here in Austin. But if talk of Texas really comes you
39:47
know, Austin will be one of the first ones to do it again. I'm
39:50
not going to take it personally.
39:53
Not gonna happen. What's not thing is that at this point, at
39:58
this point, we're looking at the same
40:00
Up and down a epidemic rate as SARS cov. One, the SARS virus
40:08
and one that we that came and went and to say this has come
40:12
and gone and everything now is just I you know, it's just
40:16
buffalo in the public until the election day to get Biden in and
40:21
interfere
40:23
in the rest of the world is built back better time is be the
40:26
rest of the world something else going on as part of the same
40:29
overall scheme because but it's important for the overall scheme
40:34
that the biggest economy in the world be run by a globalist
40:40
which would be Biden. Harris, it doesn't matter any day any
40:44
democrat will do because they're all pretty much going to do the
40:46
same thing. Right? And so you just got to get Trump out. But
40:51
the reason I because I've always said well, the whole you know,
40:53
some people that are completely into the massive conspiracy that
40:57
the whole world is against Trump. Well, they may not like
41:01
Trump, they don't want him in this office. But they're doing
41:04
their lockdowns for a specific other reason. Is that just a
41:07
little well, troll practise I have Well, yes. In fact, in
41:11
Sweden, which is the outlier, and nobody wants to talk about
41:15
Sweden is also not a member of the European Union. So this is
41:17
why it's not an issue for them. They, they have their own plans.
41:21
But the this is the World Economic Forum suite was a
41:25
member of the European Union's Norway. That's not Oh, am I
41:28
wrong about that? Yes. Let me see. I could be wrong.
41:33
No, but you could be wrong.
41:38
You're not a member of Euro Eurozone? Yeah, I'm sorry.
41:42
You're right. You're right. You're right. Well, money is
41:44
more important than passports. But this is being orchestrated
41:48
by the douchebags from Davos, the World Economic Forum, and
41:53
they released a video and no, they have the great reset. They
41:56
got podcasts that what we've been calling the douchebags from
41:59
Davos, the douchebags from Davos, yes, the party of Davos,
42:03
douchebags from Davos,
42:05
and the the people who are doing the great reset, and it's it's
42:09
captains of industry, it's, you know, it's the Prince Charles of
42:13
the world, the Bill Gates, it's the same people that do the
42:17
douchebags, now, they put out a video, which is just titles
42:23
over, you know, typical stock music. But I would like to read
42:27
along while the music plays, and I can read this to you, for
42:31
people who have not heard, and it's titled eight predictions
42:35
for the world in 2030. And 2030, as you know, we call it a very
42:40
long time ago was a critical year, that will be a tipping
42:44
point. Because, yes, you've harped on it. I might add, I
42:48
think I make sure that we Yeah, we get I think I still have
42:51
2030 club.org or something we have a lot of Yes. Alright, so
42:55
I'm gonna read this as a place for ever to get there too. I
42:58
just,
43:00
I don't think the show will make it but you never know, eight
43:03
predictions for the world in 2030. Here we go and reading
43:06
along with this groovy little thing. Let's see, you'll own
43:10
nothing, and you'll be happy. What? Whatever you want, you'll
43:15
rent and it'll be delivered by drone. I'm seeing an Amazon
43:18
drove. The US won't be the world's leading superpower Stop,
43:22
stop, stop stopping. Are you sure you're not reading from the
43:25
Babylon? b?
43:27
It is. It's interesting. You say that? When I showed it to Tina,
43:32
she said, is that the Babylon B? I said no. It is. It's the World
43:36
Economic Forum. This is it's on their website. wtf.ch. So and
43:41
when you see this kid, it's you know, it's like a young guy.
43:45
It's a probably in his early 20s. He's smiling and says
43:48
you'll owe nothing, you'll own nothing and you'll be happy.
43:51
I'll try and narrate what you're saying at the same time. Okay,
43:54
so now that we see a drone, whatever you want your rent, and
43:58
it'll be delivered by drone. next shot here is city street,
44:02
the US won't be the world's leading superpower. It's a
44:05
picture of Manhattan. A handful of countries will dominate. And
44:09
I'm stopping this video right here. And they show some flags
44:13
flying and they show in the foreground, the Chinese flag
44:18
then the American flag, then I think the Portuguese flag, but
44:23
the Chinese flag is in the middle of all these other flags.
44:28
next shot here.
44:30
You won't die waiting for an organ donor.
44:35
We won't transplant organs. we'll print new ones instead.
44:40
And you see a phony baloney 3d printer printing up a heart.
44:44
Okay, that's really good. You'll eat much less meat.
44:50
an occasional treat, not a staple for the good of the
44:53
environment and our health. A billion people will be displaced
44:57
by climate change.
45:00
We'll have to do a better job at welcoming and integrating
45:03
refugees.
45:05
polluters will have to pay to emit carbon dioxide. By the way,
45:11
that's every single human being on the planet. If you exhale,
45:15
you are therefore, by definition a polluter and you will have to
45:19
pay, I think there will be a tax on speech, a carbon tax, or just
45:24
speech that is considered, the more you talk, the more you
45:26
talk, or be, we're gonna be bankrupt, bankrupt, bankrupt,
45:30
we're going exactly Okay, there will be a global price on
45:34
carbon. And this will help make fossil fuels history.
45:38
You could be preparing to go to Mars.
45:42
Scientists will have worked out how to keep you healthy in
45:45
space, the start of a journey to find alien life, Western values
45:50
will have been tested to the breaking point and you see a
45:52
McDonald's logo
45:56
checks and balances that underpin our democracy a second.
46:00
Give me that what was the one with the McDonald's logo? What
46:03
was the comment? Yeah.
46:06
So goes you see like a busy street. It's actually it's 47th
46:10
Street in New York. Sixth Avenue, I see a sign that says
46:14
Diamond City live very busy on the street. And there's a big
46:16
McDonald sign in the right hand corner. And what was the
46:20
comment? And the comment is, Western values will have been
46:24
tested to the breaking point.
46:28
But what are they implying?
46:31
I don't know. But it's clearly America bad.
46:35
Because it's six Avenue Diamond City. Maybe it's, you know, our
46:40
artists, our need for junk food and, and shiny things that we
46:46
think are worth a lot. Oh, my Chinese don't like shiny things.
46:51
No, not at all gold.
46:54
All right, and we move on to the next one. Yes, checks and
46:58
balances that underpin our democracies must not be
47:01
forgotten.
47:03
I got to think about that for a second checks and balances that
47:06
underpin our democracies must not be forgotten. Let's see what
47:10
the next slide is. Are they big? No, no, no. No, I just says
47:15
like, comment, share. That's it. So that's your future. That's
47:19
the future send me that link. I actually, it's not
47:25
our rageous like the you know, that memo, the liberal memo,
47:29
which have a couple clips about that supposedly floating around
47:32
Canada.
47:34
But you mean the one that I read on the show that you said was q1
47:37
on?
47:39
No, I said was bullshit.
47:43
I think I think you also mentioned cute.
47:48
It was very cute. daanish Yeah, of course. It's cute. daanish
47:53
I have the I have
47:57
I do have one to play that because I'm still amused by
47:59
that. Okay, Nemo, all right.
48:02
But this is ridiculous. I mean,
48:06
does the public at large. ever look at something like this to
48:10
say, hey, wait, these people are not working in our best
48:13
interest? No, I can't own prom. More the public at large when
48:17
this is bullshit. That's exactly what you bullshit. There's no
48:20
doubt about it. But the fact that they would even do this and
48:24
then be respected. I mean, do you does anyone think Warren
48:28
Buffett or Bill Gates or Jeff Bezos would would would not own
48:34
anything anymore? Or the Rothschilds didn't stop
48:38
ownership of all things we'd all be sharing and and renting well
48:42
in case you hadn't noticed that's pretty much where life is
48:44
today for most people they can't afford they can't save up enough
48:49
for downpayment for purchasing a home so as rent, they rent their
48:53
scooters their bicycles your iPhones are rented no one's
48:56
actually paying 1000 bucks on $1 Stop stop there.
49:02
A lot of this has to do with they're convinced that this
49:04
should be renting this is the people that lease cars when they
49:07
don't really don't need to the company there's no reason to
49:09
lease a car right? This is there was a video I wish I maybe I did
49:14
clip or when it came out. But there's one of these life hacks
49:18
things Jay was a whole video on why you should rent and never
49:22
buy anything. Yeah. And it was a it was kind of convincing. A
49:27
less you had any sense.
49:31
But you had a brain
49:35
Yeah. And it was this guy went on and on and on now you should
49:38
know No, it's dumb. You do. If you if you buy you're stuck. You
49:45
have to you have to rent you should rent and you have
49:49
freedom. Oh, and it was just like discouraging people from
49:52
buying. You know, the reason damar especially this kind of is
49:57
always decided when you look at the deep sociology
50:00
Have it you want to high land ownership ratio in the general
50:05
public because they're the people that support the
50:07
government he do though people as you own stuff you don't you
50:11
know the big guys, they're super rich the millionaires,
50:14
billionaires, they're in a different league for protecting
50:18
their wealth. They want one world government in a lockdown
50:21
in a Nazi system and shut up slave and shut up slave but just
50:26
the general public that has a lot of land ownership and they
50:29
have it they're invested in a small businesses, which they've
50:31
been trying to shut down with COVID especially the black small
50:35
business they don't want blacks owning businesses, that bad idea
50:38
can't have that. You get blacks owning property in businesses,
50:42
they might they might not vote Republican, they might cop an
50:45
attitude.
50:47
Republic Yeah, that's not good. No, you can't have this. So this
50:51
is nonsense. But but the fact that these these documents
50:54
exist, and these people really want to force this kind of thing
50:58
that on people, it's just it's, it's humiliating. Let me play
51:02
them go jump to the meems. Now, here is the liberal memo, which
51:07
you talked about, which is just cracked me up because I poo
51:10
pooed it a little too early. I think
51:13
it was outrageous. Do I miss some of the better parts? Better
51:17
parts of it?
51:20
Well, I was reading, I tuned out while you were while I was
51:23
reading it to you were like, oh, whatever.
51:26
But then, then I heard this guy reading and he's all Yeah, I owe
51:29
more. I can't even tell you who sent it to me because I don't
51:31
want a buster. Yeah, I'm thinking of the liberal memo
51:35
Redux, clear. End of the memo. Oh, the end of the memo, okay, I
51:40
was gonna say is to kind of kind of short for the whole. So this
51:43
is unrestricted living under even under a full lockdown.
51:46
Through the use of a photo identification referred to as
51:49
Canada's health pass, committee members asked who would become
51:53
the owner of the forfeited property and assets in that
51:58
scenario, and what would happen to lead to lenders or financial
52:01
institutions, we were simply told the world debt reset
52:04
program will handle all of the details. So when that was they
52:06
were asked what happened to the property and what happens to the
52:09
banks? Don't worry about it, we're gonna take care of it.
52:11
That's what they were told. Several committee members also
52:13
question what would happen to individuals if they refuse to
52:16
participate in the world debt reset program or the health
52:19
pass? Or the vaccination schedule? The answer we got was
52:23
very troubling. Essentially, we were told it was our duty. To
52:29
make sure we come up with the plan, meaning the Liberal Party
52:32
was told that it was their duty to come up with a plan to ensure
52:35
that would never happen. We were told it was the it was in the
52:39
individual's best interest to participate. When several
52:43
committee members pushed relentlessly to get an answer,
52:45
we were told that those who refused would first live under
52:48
the lockdown restrictions indefinitely. And that over a
52:52
short period of time as more Canadians transitioned into the
52:55
debt forgiveness program, the ones who refuse to participate
52:59
would be deemed a public safety risk and would be relocated into
53:04
isolation facilities. Once in those facilities they would be
53:08
given two options, participate in the debt forgiveness program
53:11
and be released or stay indefinitely in the isolation
53:14
facility under the classification of a serious
53:16
public health risks and have all your assets seized we think
53:21
that's quite an incentive you seem to use
53:29
this woman in New Zealand here about this memo so you know,
53:33
that's not a bad idea
53:37
maniacs around the world in some places, I'd say victorious and
53:41
other one. So I you know, the guy he doesn't do I couldn't
53:45
play the whole thing but one of the guys on on the rebel which
53:49
is, you know, pretty good. Kind of hard to it's hard to clip
53:54
it's hard to clip so hard, because there guys are boring.
53:57
And they Yak and Yak and have long intros. But long pauses I
54:02
mean, this little this Ezra, one of their top guys, and I had to,
54:06
it'll talk like this Well, and then
54:09
I think, you know, most of those clips, like what I do is I
54:13
recorded I played back in real time, I'm looking at the
54:16
waveform. And that's what I do. And I and I have an eye for in
54:20
and an O for out. And so when I see that blank spot coming up, I
54:23
hit the I then hit the O hit the X for cut. And I have to do that
54:26
sometimes do it 1520 times in a clip just to keep the show
54:29
moving. Oh, that's not the way the way I do it. I take it I do
54:33
the same thing. I have an eye brush using the public domain
54:36
Audacity. Yeah. And I look at the waveform I see the way from
54:39
it and you just see the dead area. So you just go and just
54:42
cut it out right there manually. And then if you see something
54:44
like there's a long applause, I'll take it cutting the
54:47
applause is a little difficult because I fade him out now I
54:50
fade him I do a nice fit. I don't fade him out what I do.
54:53
What I do is I see the long pause, I take the the word
54:57
starts to go to the peak and I cut it there and then I go all
54:59
the way
55:00
This works exactly the same height. And I cut out that huge
55:04
middle. And so the clips are very there's a lot of I I'm
55:08
impressed by selling. You're probably better at doing this
55:12
than I am. But I sometimes impressed myself. I am well I've
55:16
been doing this for 40 years and started with a razor blade and
55:20
tape
55:22
but I use the Hindenburg Journalist pro if anyone wants
55:26
to really have a great editing and recording tool Hindenburg
55:30
Journalist pro not cheap By the way, not program but you you get
55:36
you get Yeah, you getting some you get something good for it.
55:39
Well, I, I believe in public I believe in the free world open
55:45
source. Yeah. Okay. All right. Here's what here's Ezra cut down
55:48
as best I could 46 seconds of him bitching about this old
55:52
thing. Every day, I get at least 10 emails about this leaked
55:58
liberal memo purporting to have the secret plan that Justin
56:02
Trudeau is going to use to enslave us all. I have received
56:07
this from strangers, and from friends from people who are
56:11
politically amateur and sophisticated political
56:14
professionals alike. And it's that second part that surprises
56:18
me because to me, this is so self evidently, and manifestly a
56:22
fake. The fact that politically sophisticated people in fact,
56:26
there's one person, I am shocked that they send it their job is a
56:31
BS buster. And they charge a lot of money to basically be on
56:35
guard for BS. I'm not gonna say who it was. Let me just say I am
56:38
stunned. Oh, he's stunned. He says, stunned, or is he a disc
56:43
informant?
56:46
It could be.
56:47
He could be he could be. Yeah, he could be could be. That's one
56:51
of the I sent this to somebody. We had one of our producers send
56:54
me a whole bunch of clips. And then I sent him this. I said,
56:57
you know, this is bullshit. Hey, there was there was something he
57:00
said. He said, he said what they did comment but reported? Well,
57:04
there's no proof that is bullshit.
57:07
There was something that
57:09
just triggered me Hold on unrestricted living, where I was
57:13
locked down through the use of a photo identification referred to
57:17
as Canada's health pass. Okay, so that triggered me because I
57:21
have an article today about the Mayo Clinic.
57:25
Who together with the startup Silicon Valley startup have
57:28
launched their health passport. And this is interesting.
57:32
They're, they're taking it a little bit further. So it's an
57:35
app, of course, and it focused initially on COVID-19. Listen,
57:39
Mayo Clinic has teamed up with a health technology company is
57:42
called the safe Health Group to launch a new digital service
57:46
focused on reducing the high cost of testing and care for
57:51
COVID-19. But not just that, also sexually transmitted
57:55
diseases and other common medical conditions. There
57:59
really, you know, they're really planning on doing a lot with
58:06
with your information. And well, when they're smart. Let's go
58:10
back in history a little bit.
58:13
There's a lot of these idealistic concepts that really
58:16
appeared in the probably in the early 80s, late 70s. And one of
58:21
them was the when the smart card was invented in France. The
58:26
little chip card, yeah,
58:28
that took forever to take place in United States and and the
58:32
reason for that was that the French company that and they had
58:35
them in Europe, everything, everyone's using them a little
58:38
chip. They didn't start using them here until the patent ran
58:42
out 26 years later, because nobody wanted to pay the
58:45
MasterCard and Visa because they're making all this money.
58:48
They didn't see any reason for us to keep the stripe and doing
58:50
is scrape the card and then we'll get that free. We'll do
58:53
the chip by ourselves after his domain, right? That's the reason
58:57
for that, of course, but during even though nobody wants to talk
59:00
about it, because we're way behind you're behind you guys
59:03
are so far behind which is where you were biding our time. So but
59:07
when that smart chip was first invented, because I was writing
59:10
a lot and technology back then like all the time, there was a
59:15
lot of discussion about the chip going further. And that in that
59:19
whole chip carrying all your financial data your all your
59:23
entire bank account all your all your Bitcoin will be on it.
59:28
That would be true today, but but I remember specifically that
59:33
was going to be your passport information. It was all going to
59:36
be on there. And your health data. Yeah, we're gonna be on
59:39
it. Yeah, everything was going to be on this chip. It was all
59:42
going to be on a card, and this card you'd carry with you ain't
59:45
life great.
59:47
Yeah, that's what nobody batted an eye. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh,
59:52
think of all the possibilities who Yeah, but didn't make life
59:55
so much easier. But now they can actually do it and then they can
59:58
actually do it and they're gonna
1:00:00
Well, they're gonna try to do it. The problem is people lose
1:00:02
the cars, they get stolen, they're easy to hack. There's a
1:00:05
lot of issues. I mean, that bark chip when it first came out,
1:00:09
there was a hack that came I remember writing about this,
1:00:13
this was in brown 1980 there was a hack of that chip. That was a
1:00:17
scandalous hack, because it was caused a lot of new laws to be
1:00:20
written. Wasn't it also the also the hack that
1:00:25
that eventually led to legislation because people were
1:00:27
hacking the smart cards for their satellite decoders.
1:00:32
And that was going on a lot there the goal that you would
1:00:35
get the gold card, he jacked that thing in like, Whoa, okay,
1:00:38
I got free channels for the rest of my life. Yeah. And they
1:00:42
worked into it, what they would do, they came up with a plan,
1:00:45
the satellite, blew it up. Like, they blew it up. They basically
1:00:49
made you they blew up all the cars. I had one of the I didn't,
1:00:53
I had a real card in the set, but they blew it up too, because
1:00:57
they blew up everybody's card. And when I say blew it up, they
1:01:01
just basically torched the card inside literally like shot some
1:01:05
kind of electrical pulse. Yeah, you pull the card out, it's
1:01:09
always it's got a it's got a warped, it's warped in this
1:01:14
burnt smell.
1:01:17
It's true, I remember this, I remember this, it would burn it
1:01:20
and you had to get new cards, you got to get your new card,
1:01:23
they actually would send you a card in the mail first and
1:01:25
they'll leave your old card in or because they didn't want you
1:01:28
putting the new card in. And then they blew up the cards. And
1:01:32
I don't know what to do about hacking now. Always looking for
1:01:36
the humor in the world. whales, as you know is going into a
1:01:39
severe lockdown there. I build back better participant and they
1:01:44
are locked down I believe until December.
1:01:48
Yeah, all of November, all of November Shut up. But just
1:01:52
before this happened a couple days ago, you know that we
1:01:55
talked about only the big box stores being open. Tesco is one
1:01:58
of them in the in the UK and also in Wales.
1:02:02
It's kind of like a target, I guess. And they are not allowed
1:02:05
to sell non essential stuff. So you can't go in and you know,
1:02:08
and get anything other than, you know, food and paper products
1:02:13
pretty much. And there's this one guy, he went to the Why?
1:02:18
Because non essential. It's non essential like you're in the
1:02:22
damn store. So this dad agrees with you. He's built as a dad in
1:02:28
this. It looks about 3538 and he's just wearing his
1:02:32
underpants. And he's and he goes in and people Excuse me, sir,
1:02:35
you can't come He said, Well, what I thought pants were non
1:02:38
essential.
1:02:40
You gotta appreciate the guy for doing that. I love this guy.
1:02:44
Yeah, he got in. He got in some of the papers. So anyway.
1:02:52
Meanwhile, things are taking place.
1:02:55
Crazy. I mean, we're seeing the dictionary being changed right
1:02:59
before our very eyes. Yeah, by SJW not done not following the
1:03:03
normal rules of developing a dictionary. But are you ready
1:03:06
for it? This is really, really sad. Sure. It's gonna get me
1:03:10
irked. Yeah.
1:03:12
You've probably corrected people when they say it regardless.
1:03:18
It was funny you say that? Because I almost had the megan
1:03:20
kelly clip that we have in the archives.
1:03:25
megan kelly, you can look it up Megyn Kelly clip and it's her
1:03:29
saying saying ear regardless? Really? Yes. even find it? Yes,
1:03:35
yes. Yes. Here it is. Hold on, who is doing this to him in the
1:03:37
interview. And if you watch the whole thing, she didn't give him
1:03:39
a lot of opportunity to respond. And he just lost his patience
1:03:42
because he was irritated by the interviewer in regardless
1:03:45
irrespective of gender. So she corrects herself, but it turns
1:03:50
out she didn't have to. Ah.
1:03:54
According to Merriam Webster, Merriam Webster, who recently
1:03:58
changed the term preference to be bad.
1:04:03
Just says, Oh, yeah, it's non standard. It's non standard, but
1:04:07
it can be used they have right here frequently asked questions
1:04:10
about irregardless. Is it a word? Yes. It may not be a word
1:04:14
that you like. It says it here literally in the dictionary.
1:04:17
Yes. irregardless may not be a word that you like, or a word
1:04:21
that you would use in a term paper. But irregardless
1:04:24
certainly is a word. It has been in use for well over 200 years
1:04:29
employed by a large number of people across a wide geographic
1:04:32
range with a consistent meaning. That is why we end well nigh
1:04:37
every other Dictionary of modern English define this word.
1:04:41
Remember that a definition is not endorsement of a words use.
1:04:46
Well, if you can use the problem the way you do develop word
1:04:49
dictionaries, by the way, people don't know this. dictionaries
1:04:53
are copyrighted. Yes, yes. We have discussed this is worth
1:04:56
hearing it again. Yes. And so no two dictionaries are
1:05:00
are quite alike because they have to develop the there. And
1:05:03
that's why the most of them are old and establish their own
1:05:06
definitions. And they've oldest one of the oldest is in general
1:05:10
uses the Oxford English Dictionary, which is a monster.
1:05:13
And it's, it's, it's the it's the definitive dictionary and
1:05:18
everybody else is kind of like an offshoot, but Webster the
1:05:21
various Webster's and Merriam Webster and all the rest, but
1:05:25
you have to develop your, your definitions yourself and you
1:05:28
have to write your own definitions individually for
1:05:31
each word, and you have to document you don't have to do
1:05:34
this last part. But you're supposed to if you're a
1:05:37
dictionary maker, document the usage. So you can
1:05:42
have some rationale for having the word in the dictionary in
1:05:45
the first place. I have it here. I have it here for the Oxford
1:05:48
English Dictionary usage.
1:05:51
irregardless is widely heard perhaps arising under the
1:05:54
influence of such perfectly correct forms as irrespective,
1:05:57
but should be avoided by careful users of English use regardless
1:06:02
to mean without regard or consideration, or nevertheless.
1:06:08
But that would be the definitive definition. So they're kind of
1:06:11
saying Yeah, it's a word because people use it, but you're an
1:06:14
idiot if you use it.
1:06:16
You have to document usage to put it in there in the first
1:06:19
place. I would like to I would like a word included in the
1:06:22
dictionary. I have a new word.
1:06:25
Okay, I'm an independent.
1:06:29
I think you are an independent independent. How do you spell it
1:06:33
though? In
1:06:34
pawn dependent? independent a ntpa Mt. And pawn pundants
1:06:41
independent it should be in the dictionary? Well, sure to
1:06:44
embiggen
1:06:46
I'm all in on embiggen. However, there is a war there is a war
1:06:51
going on right now. It looks like we're going to lose a
1:06:53
letter from the alphabet. We've been tracking this letter for a
1:06:56
long time. It is quite offensive. It is what it is.
1:06:59
Well of course because the President's last name starts
1:07:02
with this we we are so angry at
1:07:06
so angry at President Trump that we are going to remove the tea
1:07:10
from the dictionary
1:07:13
we've already started with important
1:07:18
correct Yeah, yeah. Oh yeah. Important. Here is the new
1:07:21
version. A new word where we once again are dropping our T's
1:07:25
really WGS Washington correspondent Kelly Meyer joins
1:07:28
us now live with the very latest Kelly Good evening you're right
1:07:32
it could be at any second and that confirmation looks all But
1:07:35
sir in
1:07:41
us for a long time
1:07:43
buy a lot of female idiots sir, they will say sir and many
1:07:49
broadcasters well this is a broadcaster and that
1:07:52
confirmation looks all but certain certain sir answer and
1:07:56
Saran is what it is sir. And
1:07:59
certain How do you spell the OD es IR and diversification you
1:08:05
know if I was a station manager? Yes. Right away. You get one you
1:08:09
got you got one more. One more. You got that? That was it. That
1:08:12
was your one shot because you got to at least give them a
1:08:15
warning because it may be
1:08:17
the way you pronounce certain. button, sir. She says Sir, sir.
1:08:23
You bring her in. You're sure the tape. You say you say that
1:08:26
one more time. You're fired right immediately. Yeah, under
1:08:29
spot.
1:08:32
I'm not the station manager. Neither are you. No, no, I don't
1:08:37
have the heart for that. We'd have to be kick ass station
1:08:39
managers. Yeah, we'd be like, Hey, come here. Spin around.
1:08:45
See if we can put you on the air.
1:08:50
Wasn't that what roger ailes said? I think yeah, I think it
1:08:54
was that Yeah. Spin around. Spin around from you see if you're
1:08:58
good enough for the air. Yeah, man. Oh, man. All right. So
1:09:03
those days are over. I think we should do to topic the good old
1:09:08
good times. Remember that john? Good times. Good time. I
1:09:11
remember the story. I want to make sure I tell the story.
1:09:15
Because this was the me to moment I witness at the time.
1:09:19
Honestly, all of MTV was all in on it. So the new the second
1:09:23
wave of vj is included Kevin co carolyne heldman.
1:09:27
China kantner and carolyne heldman was brought in to be
1:09:31
kind of the girl next door she was from Boulder Colorado. You
1:09:36
know kind of a cutesy you know,
1:09:40
middle America type girl but you know with the with the rosy
1:09:44
cheeks, Girl Next Door type Yeah, but actually a Thai
1:09:48
Americana. Yeah. And, and then one day she came in and she was
1:09:54
wearing shorts, which you know, it's super appropriate No
1:09:57
problem, but hairy legs.
1:10:00
And the way it worked, you know that you'd be
1:10:04
recording in the studio and they had the girl next door with hair
1:10:07
hair. Like, this sounds like a title for a funny book. But it
1:10:10
was, yeah, it was reading on screen. I mean, you could see
1:10:13
it's like, oh man, see the hair all over her.
1:10:17
First suit up at seven su th IR SGD is as you can fuzz, spell
1:10:22
it. So we sent you it we were at 515 515. East, Broadway. No. 515
1:10:32
East 57th. I'm sorry. That's where the studio was up at 1775.
1:10:36
Broadway, where they had the feed from the studio where the
1:10:39
executives, you know, people are visiting in their office. Oh,
1:10:42
yeah, I've got to get the VH one feed. I've got the MTV feed over
1:10:45
there. Take a look what's going on. And they saw this and they
1:10:48
called down. And it was in my friend Steve leads job to go and
1:10:53
talk to him.
1:10:55
Hey, man, you really got to shave your legs. In fact, you
1:10:58
got to put something on, because we just can't have you on camera
1:11:02
like that. And she was offended. And ultimately, she got fired
1:11:07
over it.
1:11:10
She had to have hairy legs. Know that she didn't want to shave
1:11:14
her legs or kind of saying I mean she she personally have.
1:11:18
Yeah, well, I guess I putting it in in kind of a different way.
1:11:22
But she didn't want to shave her legs. Just like I didn't want to
1:11:25
cut my hair. I did I got fired over that too. So well, you
1:11:29
know, maybe if she has stood up for herself like you did. We
1:11:33
have we have a whole different trend. Yeah. And and right now
1:11:36
it would be cool to have just big hairy legs. So the women
1:11:40
that had the most hairy legs were the hottest. Got hairy
1:11:43
legs.
1:11:48
Okay, thank you. Good, good timing.
1:11:52
So two things we need to talk about. Of course, I watched as
1:11:56
much as I could stomach of the section 230
1:12:00
hearing, which really was all about hunter Biden in general.
1:12:05
It was about hunter Biden.
1:12:09
And about where they brought them they brought Yeah, they
1:12:12
brought in Zuckerberg Why didn't bring him in it was everybody
1:12:14
was on I know they're at home. This is this was lousy. I only
1:12:18
have one clip from it's got nothing to do with section 230.
1:12:21
I have a section 230 clip that's different. What you want to play
1:12:24
that first, let's do it. Well, my section 230 clip has got
1:12:27
nothing to do with the hearings. It's got the Trump era I got a
1:12:30
bunch of Trump clips in Arizona.
1:12:34
And Trump said any Trump is unbelievable. I mean, the fact
1:12:38
that they're not covering any of this is just beyond me. But I go
1:12:41
to bed every night and think whatever he's doing, I hope I
1:12:46
have that when I'm 73. He did three to three a day now. Yeah,
1:12:51
he's doing three day jumps on the plane goes to does another
1:12:53
hour, hour and a half hour 20 depending on where he goes. But
1:12:57
he was this. This was the end of the days. He was he's actually
1:13:00
in Goodyear, Arizona, where it's really outside of Phoenix. And
1:13:04
this is the Phoenix. So actually, this wasn't before
1:13:06
that he did a thing before that. And this is where it comes out
1:13:10
what he's doing is sticky still lively before when he gets to
1:13:13
Phoenix, he kind of starts to poop out. But for him, which
1:13:17
does is pretty energetic. Yeah. So this is Trump Arizona second
1:13:22
to 30 comments and I have to give you the visual after he
1:13:25
says what he's about to say you can't find it anywhere,
1:13:29
anywhere.
1:13:36
To vote to support our police support our military defend our
1:13:39
second amendment which is under
1:13:43
stand up to China
1:13:48
your more products are proudly Sam with that beautiful phrase
1:13:53
you know the phrases made in the USA
1:13:59
we will deliver record prosperity, epic job growth and
1:14:04
a safe vaccine is coming very quickly you're gonna have it
1:14:07
momentarily that eradicate the virus and we're rounding the
1:14:12
turn regardless, you know that we've got the vaccine. I say
1:14:15
regardless, they'll say well, maybe you don't we have a great
1:14:18
companies and quickly ends the pandemic should have never come
1:14:22
here from China. They should have never let it out. We'll
1:14:25
never forget. All over the world all over the world. You see
1:14:29
what's happening in Europe all over the world. normal life will
1:14:32
fully resume as what we want right normal life.
1:14:39
And next year will be the greatest economic year in the
1:14:42
history of our country.
1:14:47
A vote for sleepy Joe Biden and he is a sleepy guy.
1:14:53
It's a powerful party. And the party is totally joined with a
1:14:56
fake news video the lamestream Media right there.
1:15:00
They're totally joined with a big, big tech. I don't know
1:15:05
section 230. Does anyone know what section 230? section 230? I
1:15:10
think wha wha what is that? I mean, the crowd is the By the
1:15:15
way, the crowd is literally dumb. There's like one section
1:15:19
What? I did not hear any response glass because I cut it
1:15:22
off. Oh, okay. They did was another applause most of those
1:15:27
pauses were very long and I slipped them in there. seamless.
1:15:32
Notice it was so see.
1:15:35
The beginning i don't know what happened. But what's the visual?
1:15:37
What's the visual we got to have? He says section 230 walk
1:15:41
when he says Wha? He does his throat slit move? Oh,
1:15:49
I don't think so.
1:15:52
And I analyze this.
1:15:55
First for those for everybody, maybe it'd be good to have a
1:15:58
little reminder about the pertinent section of the
1:16:01
pertinent, pertinent text in Section 230. And, and what this
1:16:07
was back in 96. And it was brilliant. It was very smart
1:16:11
that we did this back then, in order to build cool things on
1:16:16
the internet without being sued necessarily, from what we then
1:16:20
called user generated content do us g us G's The Way to go, man,
1:16:26
yeah, we're building a whole network of us G, we're gonna
1:16:28
throw slap some ads on that and be billionaires. So we were
1:16:32
talking about USG and so that you could host a service, which
1:16:37
could be just like our mastodon server, which by the way, we do
1:16:40
have six and a half thousand people on that server. And just
1:16:44
as a side note, administrative note, we are moving it to a new
1:16:48
facility since gosh, it takes a little bit more than you'd
1:16:52
think. So for people who are like, doing work Shut up, that's
1:16:58
not easy to run airliner is doing a yeoman's job on that.
1:17:03
And also Yeomans, so we may have some downtime, it could be half
1:17:08
an hour to an hour, in the next week or two, it could be a whole
1:17:12
day if it goes wrong. But we are moving that so when it happens,
1:17:17
okay, just look at the floor, the spinning will stop
1:17:19
eventually you'll be okay, you'll be okay. I promise you
1:17:22
people go crazy when it's done. So, section 230 is important for
1:17:28
building however, it was limited. So that if you wanted
1:17:33
to take something off of your site, you had certain legal
1:17:39
language you could follow to remove that. And it's it's
1:17:45
honestly very broadly written. And so it needs to be defined.
1:17:50
But here is what you can do. So you are you are allowed as a me
1:17:58
for no agenda social or Facebook or Twitter knows there's no
1:18:02
difference according to the law. Any action voluntarily taken in
1:18:06
good faith, I can indeed restrict access to or
1:18:10
availability of material that the provider or user so it could
1:18:16
be me or someone just using it considers to be and these are
1:18:19
the key terms, obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy, excessively
1:18:27
violence.
1:18:29
And the one that I don't like is harassing or otherwise
1:18:35
objectionable, comma, whether or not such material is
1:18:40
constitutionally protected.
1:18:43
That's so broad, and that is what they are hiding behind and
1:18:48
without fail, Pichai from Google's Zuckerberg from face
1:18:53
bag. Dorsey from Twitter, all were signaling before they had
1:18:58
to appear before the Senate. Wow, it would be really bad if
1:19:01
you took that away because little startups they couldn't
1:19:05
compete.
1:19:07
wouldn't be able to compete. Oh, please don't take it away.
1:19:10
Please regulate it. So we can be the strongest mofos on the block
1:19:14
in the whole hearing. If it wasn't about republican saying,
1:19:20
Well you censor conservative voices, and all this crying
1:19:24
bullcrap. Because you know my stance go starting your own
1:19:28
code, please. I got it.
1:19:31
Start we started on network. We got enough people. It's fun over
1:19:35
there. We don't need we're not narcissistic that we have to be
1:19:38
viewable for the whole world of Twitter, although some people
1:19:41
are. So they were it was really a circle jerk of epic
1:19:45
proportions. But there are a couple of things and attitudes
1:19:48
that I wanted to highlight in. The first one is Mark
1:19:50
Zuckerberg, in his opening statement, which he was reading
1:19:53
from a teleprompter was kind of pathetic, because you could see
1:19:57
his eyes moving reading the text. There. Were
1:20:00
So
1:20:01
some of the other guys, Dorsey didn't have a teleprompter for
1:20:04
sure. He was reading off the screen. But you know, Zuckerberg
1:20:08
had God knows what's going on. Can I can I give a teleprompter?
1:20:11
tip for people out there? Oh, wait, yeah, this is very
1:20:14
important people might find themselves using a teleprompter.
1:20:17
teleprompter. Uh, it's gonna depend on your eyesight. But if
1:20:22
you're farsighted or you have glasses or anything, you you
1:20:25
want the teleprompter as far away from you as possible. You
1:20:30
want a big teleprompter, you don't want these little cheap
1:20:32
ones, these little cheapy little phone size teleprompters. You
1:20:36
want a teleprompter that is big. And way back, you know, and the
1:20:41
camera has to have a zoom lens, it goes through the
1:20:43
teleprompter, it looks at you, uh, or, you know, the other
1:20:47
people use cue cards, which is the old way. Because when you're
1:20:51
when the teleprompter is far enough back, you can't see the
1:20:53
eyeballs going back and forth.
1:20:56
Through the closer it is, the more your eyeballs go back and
1:20:59
forth. And the more it's apparent that you're reading
1:21:01
from a prompter, just so you know, just a tip, just the tip,
1:21:05
just a tip. So I'd like to review an important piece of
1:21:10
American law, which is the First Amendment. And just to
1:21:13
reiterate, we've done it for 13 years so far when our 14th year.
1:21:18
This is not a right that is given to you by the document,
1:21:21
the Bill of Rights is a document that explains the restrictions
1:21:26
on the government what the government is not allowed to do
1:21:29
to your already inherent and as many would believe God given
1:21:34
rights. So the First Amendment to the United States
1:21:36
Constitution does not say, you can say what you want. No, it
1:21:41
starts off by saying, Congress, that's our American government
1:21:45
shall make no law
1:21:49
respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the
1:21:53
free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech,
1:21:59
or of the press.
1:22:02
And there's another line there, but that's the most important
1:22:04
part. So it speaks of freedom of speech that cannot be abridged,
1:22:08
Congress can make no law that will abridge that.
1:22:13
But what's interesting, in Mark Zuckerberg entire testimony and
1:22:17
his initial statement, he does not use freedom of speech. He
1:22:22
uses the term freedom of expression.
1:22:28
And I find that very interesting because freedom of expression is
1:22:31
no way the same as freedom of speech. In fact, the definition
1:22:37
of expression is the process of making one note making known
1:22:41
ones thoughts or feelings, or perhaps a political viewpoint.
1:22:47
That is, it's not the same as free speech. And when he equates
1:22:51
that to the First Amendment, he's a douchebag. So let's
1:22:54
listen to his a bit of his opening statement, Chairman
1:22:58
wicker Ranking Member Cantwell and members of the committee.
1:23:01
Every day, millions of Americans use the internet to share their
1:23:05
experiences and discuss issues that matter to them. Setting the
1:23:09
rules for online discourse is an important challenge for our
1:23:12
society. And there are principles at stake that go
1:23:15
beyond any one platform. How do we balance free expression and
1:23:18
safety? How do we define what is dangerous? Who should decide? I
1:23:23
don't believe that private companies should be making so
1:23:25
many decisions about these issues by themselves. But at
1:23:29
Facebook, we often have to balance competing equities.
1:23:32
Sometimes the best approach from a safety or security perspective
1:23:36
isn't the best for privacy or free expression, excellent work
1:23:39
with experts across society to strike the right balance. We
1:23:42
don't always get it right. But we try to be fair and
1:23:45
consistent. The reality is that people have very different ideas
1:23:50
and views about where the lines should be. Democrats often say
1:23:54
that we don't remove enough content. And republicans often
1:23:56
say we removed too much. I expectable. Here some of those
1:24:00
criticisms today. And the fact that both sides criticize us
1:24:04
doesn't mean that we're getting this right. But it does mean
1:24:07
that there are real disagreements about where the
1:24:09
limits of online speech should be. I think that's
1:24:13
understandable. People can reasonably disagree about where
1:24:16
to draw the lines. And that's a hallmark of democratic
1:24:19
societies, especially here in the us with our strong first
1:24:23
amendment tradition. Okay, massive, massive douchebag key
1:24:29
just called our First Amendment, a tradition,
1:24:35
a tradition.
1:24:37
This is how these eight holes think about stuff on the lines,
1:24:40
listen, and that's a hallmark of democratic societies, especially
1:24:44
here in the us with our strong first amendment tradition,
1:24:47
tradition. It unbelievable. He cannot say free speech, freedom
1:24:54
of speech. He's not capable of it. What everyone was talking
1:24:58
about my
1:25:00
Blowing hate speech. They spent hours. Well what defines hate
1:25:07
speech? Which, of course, is legally not defined. And you had
1:25:12
actual senators talking about hate speech as if it's a thing.
1:25:18
Oh, hate speech? Guess what? I hate you. I hate you. I hate
1:25:23
every single one of you. I hate you. Is that illegal?
1:25:29
It's mind boggling. But doesn't matter, because this is what he
1:25:32
really wants. Zuckerberg wants the big regulation. So he and
1:25:37
his company and his other cohorts will be the only ones
1:25:40
who can actually adhere to it, because you need lawyers, and AI
1:25:44
and all kinds of people check in me. I want to slow you down
1:25:48
there. A, first of all, I think that was written by a lawyer. Of
1:25:55
course, it was. Absolutely. Which makes you really, I mean,
1:25:59
that makes should make it even more more uncomfortable. Yeah,
1:26:01
because the guy, one thing can't think for himself. And he had a
1:26:04
lawyer write this because it sounds very legal ease. And if
1:26:08
you're gonna bring into point that this is designed to get it
1:26:12
so only these companies can survive, because of the need for
1:26:15
layers of lawyers, it would make sense that a lawyer would write
1:26:18
this up exactly. And that's what this whole exercise was. And I
1:26:22
would say two thirds, if not more of, even the people pushing
1:26:26
back, are getting money from these Silicon Valley companies
1:26:29
that one of the biggest lobbyists,
1:26:34
pocketbooks in all of Washington, DC, everybody knows
1:26:37
it. They all know that's why these dicks don't have to even
1:26:40
get on their private jet to come fly and testify testify in
1:26:43
person. Now, we'll just do it on the WebEx. So here's what he
1:26:47
really wants. Right now the discussion is focused on section
1:26:50
230. Some say that ending to 30 would solve all of the
1:26:53
internet's problems. Others say it would end the internet as we
1:26:56
know it. From our perspective, section 230 does two basic
1:27:01
things. First, it encourages free expression, which is
1:27:04
fundamentally important. Without to 30 platforms could
1:27:09
potentially be held liable for everything that people say they
1:27:12
face much greater pressure to take down more content to avoid
1:27:16
legal risk. Second, if platform it allows platforms to moderate
1:27:21
content, without to 30, platforms could face liability
1:27:24
for basic moderation, like removing harassment, that
1:27:28
impacts the safety of their communities. Now, there's a
1:27:30
reason why America leads and technology section 230 helped
1:27:35
create the internet as we know it, it has helped new ideas get
1:27:38
built and our companies to spread American values around
1:27:41
the world. And we should maintain this advantage that the
1:27:44
internet has also evolved. And I think that Congress should
1:27:47
update the law to make sure that it's working as intended, one
1:27:51
important place to start would be making content moderation
1:27:54
systems more transparent. Another would be to separate
1:27:58
good actors from bad actors by making sure that companies can't
1:28:02
hide behind section 230. To avoid responsibility for
1:28:06
intentionally facilitating illegal activity on their
1:28:09
platforms.
1:28:11
So that's where the that's where it comes in. We'll make
1:28:14
moderation more transparent, which means you'll have to have
1:28:16
a moderation department and ahead of moderation and VP of
1:28:20
moderation. And then the HR or chief to file reports, TPS
1:28:25
reports, all that stuff, exactly. Route, file, all your
1:28:28
reports. But what else are you doing now? Please go ahead.
1:28:32
Well, I was gonna say there's one little giveaway in there
1:28:34
that I think was overlooked by everybody. And it was, I think
1:28:38
that is fundamental that people understand it. And Zuckerberg
1:28:43
just threw it out there just casually and I think it was
1:28:46
really reflective of something bigger. And something bigger
1:28:50
that should be noted. He says that Democrats think that we
1:28:55
don't remove enough. Mm hmm. And republicans say we remove too
1:29:00
much. Yes. That is a major indictment of the Democrat
1:29:06
Party. And and democrat thinking in general, they want
1:29:11
censorship, Chip, they want the lockdown. They want everything,
1:29:15
you know, control of the public. They want more control. The
1:29:19
Republicans are just the opposite. And this is according
1:29:21
to Zuckerberg in his observations. That's a good
1:29:23
point. Let me just pick that up there and go beyond anyone who
1:29:27
wasn't here. How do we balance free expression and safety? How
1:29:30
do we define what is dangerous? Who should decide? I don't
1:29:34
believe that private companies should be making so many
1:29:36
decisions about these issues by themselves. But at Facebook, we
1:29:41
often have to balance competing parties. Sometimes the best
1:29:44
approach from a safety or security perspective, best for
1:29:47
privacy or free expression. So we work with experts across the
1:29:51
side. Yeah, we don't always get it right. But we try is that
1:29:54
people have very different ideas and the game is about where the
1:29:57
lines should be. Democrats are
1:30:00
often say that we don't remove enough content. And republicans
1:30:02
often say we removed too much. That's interesting that he
1:30:05
brought that up at all in that context, isn't it? Yeah. I mean,
1:30:09
this there that he's obviously observed, I'm not a Republican
1:30:12
or a Democrat. I'm just a sloth. Who doesn't count. It's his
1:30:17
observation that he probably said it for the for the context
1:30:19
of the of the hearing, but that's, it's very good. What you
1:30:22
what you pick up from that? Yeah, I think it's like it It
1:30:26
isn't that, you know, it's not important. It's important, is
1:30:29
important. But he play you Yo, yeah, yeah.
1:30:36
Of course, I personally feel that if you have a link to
1:30:41
something and you say, hey, looky here, this is a link to
1:30:44
some cool ass crap, there should be no reason for them to be
1:30:47
taken that down. That is not on your platform, the content is
1:30:52
not living on your servers is taking. So it is pretty much the
1:30:57
currency of the internet is the link. So you can link out now we
1:31:02
know why they don't want it. And I'm going to my pictures very
1:31:05
short advertising equals censorship. That's the bottom
1:31:09
line. I don't care who you are, what you think. If there's
1:31:14
advertising in play, you have to self censor, because you will
1:31:19
lose your advertisers. advertisers are everything. I
1:31:22
want to go back to the earlier days of the internet, right? And
1:31:25
say we're on 90, say web, the early days of the web, okay.
1:31:29
990. threes, when it started, say about 95 and 95, a viewer
1:31:35
and I was doing a lot of internet writing at the time I
1:31:37
was writing for. There were a lot of big time publishers, big
1:31:42
boys. And they always would say the same thing. Oh, my god,
1:31:45
you're linking out.
1:31:48
What are you thinking, man? You can't put links in your column.
1:31:52
You're linking out because I'm taking people out of the site. I
1:31:56
think the New York Times didn't even link out for the longest
1:31:59
time. I think the New York Times never linked out until just
1:32:02
recently when they finally had to.
1:32:05
And this was demoed. Oh, oh, you're killing us. You're
1:32:09
linking out you're gonna. They're never gonna come back.
1:32:12
Which I always felt was bullcrap. That's why I never
1:32:14
biog argued the other side. I said, No, you giving him the
1:32:18
opportunity to look at that, come back, come back for
1:32:20
specific. Mike column, they're coming back.
1:32:24
Well, I can tell you right now, this will only lead to one
1:32:29
thing. Everything is going to be on a blockchain. And there'll be
1:32:32
no control. And it will be there forever. And people are going to
1:32:37
love it. It'll work just like Twitter, and or face bag or
1:32:41
whatever. And these companies will have no control, they are
1:32:43
going to lose. They're going to lose complete control. And by
1:32:46
the way, look at the statistics on Twitter. It's it's really a
1:32:51
small amount of people in the United States. Most of the
1:32:54
loudest ones are really democratic voting.
1:32:59
Political zealots. They're on there for that reason. Yes, they
1:33:04
do a Pew study show that yes, yes. They're on there for that
1:33:08
reason, Twitter a Democrat. Yeah. Which is fine, because the
1:33:11
other ones have been rousted. But But let's let's be on
1:33:15
your on no agenda, social calm. it's enjoyable, I get all the
1:33:20
everything I need from that. How about you?
1:33:25
Well, it turns out and I've found this effect before, if
1:33:29
you're really into something and you want as you get a point to
1:33:31
make I add our our, you know, I had to you want to put it on one
1:33:36
of these micro blogs, which is what these are a, you just want
1:33:40
to get it out of your system, right? And it turns out, you get
1:33:43
the same satisfaction of sending it out to the suppose that
1:33:47
102,000 followers I have on Twitter, or they are the 2000
1:33:52
followers I have on no agenda social
1:33:56
effects the same
1:33:59
nine app I think I get better response from those agenda
1:34:02
social, you get better response. Sure. And, and by the way, I
1:34:05
don't know if I've mentioned this, people are exactly the
1:34:08
same every day. There's 123 reports. me just patient posted
1:34:15
something hospital.
1:34:18
Picture a and of course I get the reports as the admin and I
1:34:23
just look at and I shake my head like wow, everybody needs Daddy,
1:34:29
me, me me. He's running a bot and didn't include me.
1:34:37
human behavior is remarkable. And with that, I'd like to thank
1:34:41
you for your courage to say in the morning to you the man who
1:34:44
put the C in sir
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john c. devorah. Blender morning you miss Jan McCurry. Also in
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it's actually quite a quite a very good self organizing
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brought us those, of course was the The show was 1289 1289. We
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titled it post orange, which some people took to be as a
1:36:47
reference to a clockwork orange, which really, when you think
1:36:50
about it is quite interesting and analogy. But this was, oh,
1:36:54
that's actually Wow, isn't that good? I thought you'd like that.
1:36:59
is also in Clockwork Orange is everything's dark and black. And
1:37:03
then you have the orange to contrast that. I mean, it's
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there's a lot there. So this was 13 years. Curry Dvorak, the best
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podcasting universe, we got a bell on there. 13 years, we had
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a goat got to honor the goat. And it was
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I think you you'd like this one right off the bat, if I recall.
1:37:20
Well, because I like the other one she did.
1:37:24
Mountain Jay did one for the previous show that I think he
1:37:27
uses the pre show. And I liked that one a lot. And I thought
1:37:31
that this newer one, which was an update would have been better
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served with a white background. Right. And we did contemplate
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changing that. But I think I said to tell you the next.
1:37:45
But then again,
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if you were an art director, and you had her, I would have I
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would have said two things. I'd have said one, let's get it back
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a white background on that. And center. Right, the thing that
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got the middle there, so but it was a nice piece. And as
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Darren pointed out in the in the commentaries on the new agenda,
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social he said this is the first time to women in a row.
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One, was that true? Is that true? Oh my goodness. I know
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Are we sure? Well, Danny said Congrats, babes.
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Really?
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Congrats, babes. Why doesn't that surprise me somehow?
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his credit was recognized. Yeah, you know, we don't he doesn't
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need to go that far. But it's funny. Let's start with Neil
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Harrison, who comes in from Auburn, Michigan. leading the
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pack today is $666 and 67 cents. He actually sent in two checks
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gave before I got hit in the mouth. So that so that there
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could be a show to get hooked on. Ah, but he's saying there
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Thanks for being on for so long because he probably would have
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missed it. Right? Anyways.
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we've
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established it as I think Merriam Webster Merriam Webster
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needs to add any ways with a Z as an official spelling of the
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word and you might as well do anywho anywho
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while you're at it, throw in anywho Yeah, anywho anywho
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please find the enclosed 666667 which is like regeneron for my
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previous douchebaggery nice sorry about giving two checks at
1:41:53
once a result a rather poor planning I think in they had
1:41:56
different dates so I think it was gonna send a check in and
1:41:59
but it works out well if we just say that it was on purpose and
1:42:03
in honor of my two favorite TV shows in spectrum wars, and
1:42:07
inspector Lewis, which I just recently found out had 33
1:42:11
episodes each typical
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dreams this comes up with this girl. Look, this donation takes
1:42:20
me into knighthood. So if you would please pronounce the Kate.
1:42:24
There's another word that should be in there. Yes. Pronounce to
1:42:26
Kate me, sir. Doing a bunk of the Northern mitten. Mm hmm.
1:42:31
Okay, get your pet. Get your pencil. I'm ready to go. For the
1:42:35
roundtable. Please provide me some Beck's. And a big old bag
1:42:40
of Haribo gummy bears. Now there's a combination I wouldn't
1:42:45
wish on anybody. You sit here and gummy bears. You've never
1:42:49
seen it. Go read the amazon.com review of Haribo gummy bears.
1:42:55
It's a very funny review. What does it say? Cuz I eat those
1:43:00
once in a while. Oh, you've never seen that. Oh, it's like
1:43:02
the longest thread in internet history of people telling their
1:43:06
experience after eating a whole bag. though. I don't know if
1:43:09
you'd want to eat a whole bag of one. Oh, no, it's it's it's a
1:43:12
very nasty thread. It's it's not Am I yeah, I should go take away
1:43:17
you have like one and No, no.
1:43:21
Not on that thread. For jingles f cancer. That's true. And one
1:43:26
more time one of your choosing.
1:43:29
So you got f cancer and that's true and a happy new, Happy
1:43:33
Thanksgiving to you and yours and all the other producers out
1:43:36
there. And then he says john, would you provide me with an
1:43:41
email address for a producer involved with the Michigan
1:43:44
meetups
1:43:46
and then he has his email I will not read his so I will try to do
1:43:49
that. I probably forget about it. But somebody from Michigan
1:43:53
will remind me and then I'll do it. Okay, so since it's up to me
1:43:57
You should be in those meetups Michigan is is one of the most
1:44:01
sociable states in the country and their local number one just
1:44:04
has meetups constantly Yeah.
1:44:07
Okay, we'll do an old I will do an old he will do an old an old
1:44:11
classic here.
1:44:21
You've got karma.
1:44:25
Next on the list is anonymous.
1:44:29
Now I want to complain about this particular note. He says
1:44:33
this brings me to Aussie dollar knighthood I was sent a note an
1:44:36
email note which he did. But I don't understand why he didn't
1:44:39
put this it was not as his normally here's the way that
1:44:42
would go. I'd read his name.
1:44:45
And then I go to the note and it would say right at the top of
1:44:47
the note which I've done already, luckily.
1:44:51
Keep me anonymous. Oh, can you make it a little you know, put
1:44:54
it in them?
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Yeah, you know what I'm saying?
1:44:58
All right, so he says nine oh,
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I know what you're saying. I know what you're saying. It's,
1:45:02
I'm talking to him now you
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and all the other Aussies is $366 and 33 cents. It'd be
1:45:09
executive producer. Thank you. How much did you have to send
1:45:13
8000 it does turn out to be an Insta night as well.
1:45:18
Okay, so what was alright, so I know Yes, keep going. I sent a
1:45:22
note. So I'm gonna give you the clips first. He says the one
1:45:24
with vocal fry, read the New York Times on my iPad app. You
1:45:28
know what that is? Yeah.
1:45:31
It's Jill. Yeah, Jill. I got her. I got her. Jill Abrams. And
1:45:36
that's true. That's it. That's it. That's just one it's the
1:45:40
iPad and that's true. Yeah. Okay, good. Thank you. So it
1:45:43
should be as easy Yeah, isn't it 366 33 US dollar donation from
1:45:48
anonymous Aussie to the best podcast in the universe. Keep on
1:45:51
up with the great work. Uh, it was one of these notes that
1:45:56
scrolls to infinity.
1:45:59
Keeping resizing amygdalas world wide. Can I please get a health
1:46:04
karma
1:46:06
for my mother and father who are both fighting non covered
1:46:09
related illnesses? This is 33333 plus an extra 33 to bring me to
1:46:14
knighthood. In deflated Aussie dollar she has some accounting
1:46:18
here. Accounting below I turned 50 this Riga nice put this on
1:46:22
their birthday shout out would be huge, too. We need an
1:46:26
anonymous shot to anonymous or actually he's gonna here's his
1:46:30
name. Okay. Hold on. Yeah, I didn't I didn't get this. No. So
1:46:35
I didn't send it to Eric. on the list. Okay, sir. pentene
1:46:41
Night of the Red Cliff peninsula.
1:46:47
And then he says,
1:46:49
Give me that name. If there are no title disputes. Let me think.
1:46:54
I'm pretty sure there is no sir. pentene and one day
1:47:00
is today I think, Okay, well, he's getting it today. I turned
1:47:03
50 this week.
1:47:05
So he's gonna be 50 All right, sir. Sir. Sir. penting Night of
1:47:10
the Redcliffe peninsula. Got it. Okay, it's a lot of extra work.
1:47:14
Sorry. Okay. And then you can jingle him out. Okay, here we
1:47:19
go. You know, obviously, I read I read the New York Times, like
1:47:23
all day long, Manley on my iPad. That's true.
1:47:30
That's true.
1:47:32
Yeah, we asked for health karma. I'm sorry. Karma. You've got
1:47:36
karma.
1:47:39
Wouldn't want to forget that. Speak of the devil. Dana
1:47:43
Brunetti Whoa, there he is. 333 dot 33 from Los Angeles,
1:47:48
California.
1:47:52
Now I already know that I may add to this in the morning and
1:47:56
Happy Anniversary from golden cloud ranch where since March
1:47:59
I've been living in an Airstream with my smokin hot fiance Alex
1:48:03
Yes. And we've seen the airstream and Alex yes
1:48:08
it's a big it's Alex. Yeah, Alex is pretty and the airstream and
1:48:12
it's bigger than the one I had. I think he has the he has the
1:48:15
monster one it's really good. He has the max Airstream. Yeah,
1:48:19
it's but and I do want to ask him Are you also a little
1:48:23
disappointed with the finishing? I mean it's really it's kind of
1:48:26
shoddy right stuff was a little off center. That's it just want
1:48:29
to say that you have you know, Airstream should call you and
1:48:33
give you a free Airstream to shut you up I would reject it.
1:48:37
Oh Adam please check the grammar on this anyways,
1:48:42
I realized after my donation to the last show that I made a
1:48:46
terrible $83 mistake and ended up with an associate producer
1:48:50
credits oh my god
1:48:54
everyone in Hollywood knows that it's what's given to an
1:48:58
assistant rather than a raise
1:49:04
I tell you what, kid you can be associate Executive Associate
1:49:07
Executive Associate Producer I can use some more money on this
1:49:12
is better believe it's like you're gonna miss like executive
1:49:14
VP and corporate structure it's the same thing. You got a raise
1:49:18
with no you got a new title no raise. Yeah, that's a classic.
1:49:23
We must correct this before a future deals of mine are
1:49:25
adversely affected by this precedent. Can I send in another
1:49:29
83 to adjust that credit or is it now written in stone? Oh man,
1:49:34
I think it's written in stone. Come back as written written is
1:49:39
read anyways. And let me know it's written and signed last
1:49:44
donation and potential future donations. Please feel free to
1:49:47
pick a credit of mind for you. So in the show, it's not just
1:49:50
the same one every time please. Oddly from the associate
1:49:54
executive producer Episode 1287. Have no agenda has got no
1:49:58
traction for any project.
1:50:00
Same pitching must be because of the COVID. Hopefully, I made it
1:50:05
under the wire for your 13th Anniversary Show. He kind of did
1:50:08
this is still the anniversary and I have opened it.
1:50:13
I meant to send it yesterday but spent today moving dirt. And
1:50:17
then I went over to my neighbor's property and drank
1:50:19
whiskey until I fell over. Also dance.
1:50:24
Hey, welcome to farming community. Central Valley Carmel
1:50:29
is also to answer Adams questions last week my land is
1:50:32
unfortunately not a weed farm. Though some of my neighbors have
1:50:36
grown some nice buds for personal use. Beautiful john can
1:50:40
give more color to what I'm doing here per our separate
1:50:43
correspondence. And if you want to see pics you're not too
1:50:45
afraid of Instagram. I'm at Dana Wow.
1:50:49
Okay, well you can go look at the pics. Please give me some
1:50:52
sharp 10 A Sharpton
1:50:57
and a Biden just shoot him in the leg.
1:51:01
But I don't remember that. I mean, I just played it earlier
1:51:06
you shoot him shoot and now you said hairy legs. Oh I had
1:51:10
a shoot him in the leg earlier fall by something to help my
1:51:13
sore head and no it's not sore from last night's whiskey from
1:51:17
being a dumb ass and flipping my side by side port Polaris
1:51:22
Polaris that's it
1:51:25
Yeah, we flipped it so you can get killed on those things
1:51:28
became anniversary again and congrats on the best podcast in
1:51:32
the universe. Wow. That is so nice to hear from you and is
1:51:35
almost a knighthood already. So what is this? That's when he
1:51:38
gets to have a cool title. What's the What's this? This
1:51:41
separate correspondence he speaks of? a semi I sent him a
1:51:45
note to say something I asked him I wouldn't know where it
1:51:48
was. No, no, no, don't lie. Don't lie. You said about that
1:51:51
big part. Yeah, I need a big part.
1:51:55
And you what he said he said kid I'll call you in the morning.
1:52:03
Getting lunch.
1:52:10
In the race.
1:52:15
We've ESP ICT all gt ESP ICT
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we must
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we must.
1:52:32
We must
1:52:34
and we will
1:52:40
be committed.
1:52:43
Got
1:52:45
karma. Oh my goodness. Dana. Thank you. Thank you for
1:52:49
bringing the Dana thank you for bringing the laughter today.
1:52:53
It's nice, Jamie's fuka Motors Next on the list from Salem,
1:52:55
Virginia. 33333. Thanks again for the best podcast in the
1:53:00
universe. Thanks for continuing to do the work since Today's my
1:53:02
33rd birthday. How many people have their 33rd birthday and get
1:53:07
called out on this show a lot. It's unbelievable to me. Well,
1:53:11
these people started listening when they were 22.
1:53:16
I figured another donation of 3333 be appropriate if Adam
1:53:20
could kick in a penny. Yeah, that brings me to 1000 Here we
1:53:24
go.
1:53:25
There it is.
1:53:27
You're in is that acceptable? Then Sir James Fukumoto will do
1:53:31
for me and some or old forester 1920 to sip on at the
1:53:36
roundtable. It would be great. I ordered that and honestly, I did
1:53:40
crack it and I did have a sip. So yes, it's coming for you.
1:53:45
But do you think is a good? No. I haven't had that piece a
1:53:48
little better than the 21.
1:53:52
Please. All right. Uh huh. All right.
1:53:56
Do we have any? No no requests? That's it. Okay, we're good.
1:54:00
Jackie green, Jackie green tech green musician. extraordinaire,
1:54:05
no. 300. Yeah. He is. Really my family and I are longtime
1:54:10
listeners and supporters of the best podcast in the universe.
1:54:13
Congrats on 13 years. I'm a musician who tries to make a
1:54:16
living to trollops. I says who makes a living on the road?
1:54:20
Well, it's been difficult to watch the pandemic and shutdowns
1:54:22
completely good. Got an entire mission. And not just the
1:54:26
performers but think about sound techs lighting roadies. I mean,
1:54:32
everybody Booker's club Booker's promoters it's people are hurt
1:54:36
and hurt and they're hurt.
1:54:40
So
1:54:41
it's been difficult to watch the pandemic and shut down to
1:54:44
completely gut an entire industry. It's hard enough to
1:54:47
make a living without all the canceled culture and peacocking
1:54:50
bullshit and then go and pull this stunt. Go figure says all
1:54:55
my spring, summer and fall shows got postponed. I started
1:55:00
Doing value for value Constance on my Facebook page Okay, it
1:55:03
occurred to me that I should donate to us some of what I
1:55:06
would normally spend on advertising for my summer tour.
1:55:10
value for value. So here's that dough and a little extra for
1:55:15
good measure. Thank you both for you, you you you're thorough
1:55:19
deconstruction of the media. I've never been very active on
1:55:22
face bag until now but sucking it up, since I'm not sure how
1:55:26
else to reach the most people. Way to kick a guy while he's
1:55:30
down. COVID So I'd like to send an invite here to all na fans to
1:55:34
check out my webcast live from backstage this Sunday 11 one put
1:55:41
first Sunday 5pm PST on the Jackie green with an E at the
1:55:46
end Jackie g r e n e face bag page well we have a we have a
1:55:50
very active face bag community which neither you or I are part
1:55:54
of out of principle not for the producers but for the bag and I
1:55:58
would like everyone to go check them out on Sunday five o'clock
1:56:01
Jackie green with me. Jackie green with an age really good
1:56:05
thank you very much Jackie.
1:56:07
He's I think he's in Northern California in the Bay Area.
1:56:12
somewhere up north up north you can go meet up with the with the
1:56:16
producer Yeah. With the with
1:56:19
your drive and get beers to get Jackie green and burnetii you
1:56:23
could go have some of that whiskey fall over driver TV TV.
1:56:28
Don't worry it into the air stream. don't give a crap man.
1:56:31
Don't worry. The Glock is on his hip. It's not in his hand. Don't
1:56:34
worry.
1:56:35
Kyle man's got no Glock. But he does have
1:56:40
no I gotta find him areas. Kyle man in Cincinnati 286 for since
1:56:45
we first associate executive producer showed world 90 and he
1:56:48
wrote a handwritten note which I'm going to have nothing but
1:56:51
difficulty reading because there's a term called chicken
1:56:55
scratch to style of writing.
1:56:59
Oh, john adams donation brings me to a knighthood. I don't know
1:57:02
if I listed him Do not Yeah, you guys listen to Jim the title sir
1:57:06
man of the center, pronounced that he's got just a scribble. I
1:57:10
can't read it. But it's pronounced something. I've been
1:57:13
listening on and off since the run up to the 2016 election in
1:57:17
that in this time. I finished grad school and have spent
1:57:22
several year you know, you could become a doctor and he has spent
1:57:26
several years of my first job as something a younger millennial.
1:57:31
I'm a younger millennial. Thank you for the info and the
1:57:34
entertainment over those years. Sure. Welcome
1:57:39
to commemorate over this last year I occasionally I catch you
1:57:43
I'm a casualty of the lock downs is anyone Bri a climb mated to
1:57:47
normal life after brain injury? Ouch. I got a bad concussion in
1:57:52
February and the situation may the recovery quite an ordeal.
1:57:57
Yes. A top doctor told me that this fall is is the key to
1:58:01
recovery as social med mental, that's probably why he's got
1:58:05
this bad handwriting. I look guy that with a garden who's in my
1:58:09
gardener for years and he had
1:58:12
a concussion and the handwriting is very similar and it was part
1:58:14
of his because he had brain damage.
1:58:18
Every social psychological has been reverted aggressively ever
1:58:22
since luckily I am back to 90% by now and I'd like health karma
1:58:27
for myself. Okay, and any other similar for other similar
1:58:30
situations anyone with those two months into the recovery in the
1:58:34
middle of the block downs while I was still on medical leave.
1:58:38
Due to the isolation general stress. My health was declining
1:58:43
and I headed out to the American West to go on a month long
1:58:47
hiking road trip sleeping in my car. best decision I made this
1:58:52
year on this trip that no agenda show was a great way to spend
1:58:57
some of the longer legs of driving Keep up the great work
1:59:01
best regards Kyle.
1:59:04
Thank you Kyle. And I just wanted to mention
1:59:08
if you're feeling depressed if you're not eating because this
1:59:11
COVID situation depending on where you are in the world can
1:59:16
hack can get people down. I've seen with my own eyes that no
1:59:21
agenda social.com there's you have family. If you feel lonely,
1:59:25
go there and post shit. I don't feel so good. Because people
1:59:28
will jump in and will talk with you bit and I've seen this and
1:59:32
it's happened more than once. So you just know you do have
1:59:35
friends you do have a family, if no agenda nation and there are
1:59:39
people who will be more than willing to talk to you and hear
1:59:41
you out. That is a public service announcement.
1:59:47
Yeah, very good. Sir bar soft. Myron is on the list. 260 bucks
1:59:53
from trabuco Canyon, and he needs some jobs coming tuners,
1:59:57
jobs, jobs, jobs and
2:00:00
Job.
2:00:04
Karma.
2:00:07
So Lauren lumir in Carlisle, Massachusetts $233. And oh nine
2:00:13
cents. She actually sent a card in. Nice card to front and she's
2:00:19
in, says Lauren, from Lauren in Phoenix. She's in Phoenix. Okay,
2:00:24
I left the coldness and misery of
2:00:28
Massachusetts and go to Phoenix. In the morning john and Adam.
2:00:32
Thanks for all the deconstruction and work you both
2:00:34
put into each and every show. Please accept my first ever
2:00:38
donation. Oh, okay. Yeah. A Lenny hit me in the mouth A
2:00:44
while ago, but to my knowledge still has not donated Oh, call
2:00:48
him out as a douchebag.
2:00:52
Have either of you heard of anything on the long term
2:00:55
effects of covid infection? There's been a lot a lot
2:00:59
written. Yeah, a lot, right. A lot, a lot written.
2:01:04
And some say, you know, there was a report today that said
2:01:10
your brain is messed up and I've heard about your heart being
2:01:13
messed up. And
2:01:17
it's very inconclusive. Yeah, and it's varies. There's no
2:01:22
consistency whatsoever. Jc had it? no long term anything. Then
2:01:27
we had 60 people at the Vegas meetup and I want to ask again,
2:01:32
I and we were suit full on Super spreader. I don't think anyone
2:01:36
got sick. Yes, because it's not like I said it's over. Okay.
2:01:40
Just wanted to make sure I put that out there. But there's the
2:01:44
s and there's also COVID co which I thought was because Oh,
2:01:48
what is COVID told out? Were No, you can tell me? I'm not in tow
2:01:55
pictures. Well COVID tow where your your your all your toes
2:01:59
turn yellow and green grody looking. And it looks like
2:02:03
they're going off. They're all rotten looking. And then I guess
2:02:06
it clears up. It's like Oh, let me take it. Take a look. Check
2:02:10
it out. It's like camel toe only different overtone. Oh, there's
2:02:14
such stuff like that. See it? Yeah, yeah.
2:02:19
This COVID fingers too. I guess there's something but Deathstar.
2:02:24
Yes. So there's Yes. There's things that go on. Do you look
2:02:26
at my July?
2:02:29
Actually, I think
2:02:31
smellivision smelling?
2:02:34
You know, there were a number of people that tried to produce
2:02:37
smell. Oh, I remember that your scratch off cards? Didn't you
2:02:40
don't know I'm talking about that hooked to the computer. Oh,
2:02:43
God. I think I remember talking about talking about this in some
2:02:46
other show. But it's To this day, it still cracks me. Okay.
2:02:49
So Lauren's complaining that one of her friends still claims that
2:02:53
she's got claims underlined? Because it's one of my pet
2:02:56
peeves. Yeah, mild shortness of breath and the inability to
2:03:00
completely clear her throat. Betty has this Betty had it? You
2:03:04
know, Betty,
2:03:06
Betty, so she had to test stayed home. She was sick. She didn't
2:03:10
she really felt bad for a couple days. And now it's been three
2:03:14
weeks, four weeks now. She still says she has some shortness of
2:03:19
breath going upstairs. Yeah. But so yes, I can recall that from
2:03:24
the flu too. I mean, I like it. Some people yes. Yeah. Though.
2:03:28
So the long and short answer is yes. So your body's probably
2:03:32
having some issues. So just be nice.
2:03:36
Let's give her Lauren a, just a basic karma. Okay, of course.
2:03:43
You've got karma.
2:03:46
creamer in Scotts Valley, California $213. I've been
2:03:50
holding on he writes to a few dollars for my PPP loan to get
2:03:54
my amygdala consultant's. I was on the eight week plan still
2:03:58
twiddling my thumbs waiting for the loan to be forgiven. Second,
2:04:02
I have been holding on to the attached song to be played at
2:04:05
the end of the show. I sent it to you I had no clue that Zephyr
2:04:08
route was seasonal in California well no this effort is a
2:04:10
California effort seasonal wherever it is. And it's only
2:04:14
seasonal recently. I cannot wait and by the way did go to buy
2:04:17
today.
2:04:19
So still running on Thursdays Yeah. Did it go by did it go by
2:04:23
Yeah, yeah. When I saw Oh, hold on what you didn't tell me. What
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six cars ladies and gentlemen Squawk Box CNBC six cars for
2:04:31
this effort. What was the speed Jhansi Dvorak slow, moderate
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moderate speed.
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Bitcoin 13,552. Oops.
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My God.
2:04:49
By the way, he cannot wait for the executive producers to
2:04:51
rewrite he continues Yeah, the lyrics for this song The songs
2:04:55
written by Gary Hart. Rip grant was a member of the power trio
2:04:59
Husker do
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Briscoe do I remember how to do this go do this go do
2:05:03
unfortunately two of the stream members could not get along and
2:05:06
broke up before making a big on Adams former TV station. Yeah,
2:05:10
my only jingle request is an F cancer for my friend Laramie and
2:05:14
his son Rylan as they both continue their fight against
2:05:16
cancer and leukemia talk.
2:05:19
Yes, so Todd sent that song along. I'll just play a little
2:05:22
bit.
2:05:28
It's about the cow. It's called the California Zephyr.
2:05:34
And if he if he rewrites the lyrics, yeah, we'll play it and
2:05:38
to show us on Absolutely. And I did just want to make notes. I
2:05:42
don't know if you saw the video that came in one of our
2:05:44
producers who was a conductor on a train in Victoria. Yeah. And
2:05:50
he sent a video any any did a toot for you. Listen.
2:06:04
Nice morning. Yeah, you should see a video of him right in the
2:06:07
front. You know, the
2:06:10
washing the front of the tracks is very cool. No, like, it's on
2:06:14
the email. I'll forward it to you probably got blocked
2:06:17
somewhere.
2:06:20
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Do you have anything on
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hunter Biden testing? We should probably talk about that for a
2:13:05
moment. Oh, enter the Biden gang to new gang now. It's the Biden
2:13:10
game. It's called the Biden crime family the by Biden crime
2:13:16
family I like that's when you look up you go to if you want to
2:13:19
go go to Google and look up Biden crime family, you'll find
2:13:22
okay. So the Biden crime family this is very interesting.
2:13:27
Because this is something that the news media is not touching.
2:13:30
The only person who was it was of any note on mainstream and
2:13:36
please make no mistake, Fox News is mainstream. Is Tucker Carlson
2:13:41
who interviewed this. This guy Tony Baba Lance bubble. insky
2:13:47
Hey, Tony. Hey, Tony Polanski, a member of the Biden crime family
2:13:53
that Bubba Lenski here
2:13:55
who is actually seems to be a fine upstanding citizen when it
2:13:58
comes to financial trickery.
2:14:01
But that hour long that Tucker interviewed him had seven and a
2:14:06
half million people watching that is a blowout ratings number
2:14:10
by any any comparable seven that I mean that he gets, I think
2:14:16
three and a half to four, maybe four and a half million which is
2:14:19
already blowing out everybody else seven and a half million.
2:14:22
And he can't get advertisers because they know and it's still
2:14:25
the my, my pillows hilarious. my pillow guy.
2:14:30
I think we're rising. my pillow guy has got to be cleaning up
2:14:34
with a cheap deal. Oh, he's very he's very, very, very
2:14:37
successful. He's doing very well with that. But what is
2:14:40
interesting about this obvious Well, there's two things are
2:14:43
interesting. One is the ties to China, which I'll get to I only
2:14:46
have two clips. The first one is how the mainstream media in
2:14:51
general is just refusing to cover the story. And to me, it
2:14:57
seems
2:14:59
that's the way
2:15:00
When because right after the election, whether Joe Biden wins
2:15:04
or loses the Biden crime family is done for they're done for if
2:15:09
Biden wins, he'll be arrested and thrown in jail with the
2:15:12
whole Biden family and Kamala Harris will be president. If he
2:15:16
loses. What do they got to lose? Throw the guy in jail. They
2:15:19
don't care. He's useless to them. So watch this old man who
2:15:23
I used to feel bad about. I used to feel bad that they were
2:15:26
abusing an elderly man. Now I don't care now the whole crime.
2:15:30
Have you seen his brother James? What a shyster that guy looks
2:15:34
like in the crime fan. He
2:15:40
He really does look like a gangster.
2:15:43
So one of the best examples, and without a doubt,
2:15:48
the Senate Intelligence Committee, the FBI have
2:15:50
authenticated this laptop and the information on it. And it is
2:15:54
it's very deepest. There's very interesting all kinds of ties to
2:16:00
crazy countries where apparently allegedly they were running
2:16:04
scams from Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan. Oh, my God,
2:16:08
Kazakhstan that is a scam to be had there.
2:16:12
And there was a great interview between Liz Harrington
2:16:16
I can never remember who she is. Because she just looks like she
2:16:19
looks actually a lot like that mousy woman from Code Pink.
2:16:23
What's your name?
2:16:26
What's her name? What's your name? So the Code Pink Lady Code
2:16:29
Pink Lady, but this is the the chairwoman of the Republican
2:16:33
National Committee. And she went head to head with the incredible
2:16:38
international journalists Cristiane for four. And it was
2:16:45
it was just delicious, too delicious to believe I show let
2:16:49
it play that Rudolph Giuliani that is the President's Personal
2:16:52
lawyer with quote being used to feed Russian misinformation to
2:16:57
the stop stop, sir. Wait, stop. You have to start over. Well, I
2:17:01
want to point this is I just want to point this little
2:17:03
charade out a bit
2:17:06
over the democrat way of doing this as Giuliani has always
2:17:12
never described as the ex mayor of New York or police or any,
2:17:16
you know, Major. He was a major district.
2:17:21
Attorney General rolled up five crime families in New York hold
2:17:25
up all the crime families, former marriage all these No,
2:17:28
no, no, no, he's not that. No, he is Donald Trump Trump's
2:17:32
personal attorney as though he's over at the house all the time.
2:17:36
This is bullshit. That Rudolph Giuliani that is the President's
2:17:41
Personal lawyer was quote being used to feed Russian
2:17:45
misinformation to the president Giuliani met in December with
2:17:48
somebody who the United States government believes is a Russian
2:17:53
agent. You know who I'm talking about a Ukrainian
2:17:55
parliamentarian by the name of Andre de catch. Are you
2:17:58
comfortable with the President of the United States being close
2:18:02
to a person like Rudy Giuliani, who says also that he is not
2:18:09
bothered whether any of the information comes from from
2:18:13
Russian hacking? What does that say? Are you comfortable that
2:18:17
cnn used Russian disinformation from a Russian asset to leak it
2:18:23
to subvert the peaceful transfer of power? That reporting on the
2:18:27
Desi a verified Russian disinformation, is it not? Is it
2:18:32
not as let's just get back to this with the dossier real was
2:18:36
the dossier real?
2:18:38
Rather than storing the democrats accused us of doing is
2:18:42
when they themselves did when?
2:18:47
We we've heard this smear very well, the United
2:18:51
who said it not me. Uh, not CNN, the United States government,
2:18:55
the FBI, the FBI. Okay. You know what, also the United States
2:18:59
government says the FBI says this laptop is not Russian
2:19:03
disinformation. So what are you talking about here? This laptop
2:19:06
is real. It's not just the laptop, there's other emails,
2:19:09
there's text messages, they are real. So according to the US,
2:19:13
government, I owe
2:19:16
everybody to look at that. But that's not what we're hearing.
2:19:20
This is one of the most powerful because he's in Washington, his
2:19:25
family and you're okay. You're okay with our interests being
2:19:28
out to profit. And Joe Biden and his family when when we're
2:19:32
suffering during a pandemic from Communist China.
2:19:39
Okay, as you know, perfectly well, I'm a journalist and a
2:19:42
reporter.
2:19:44
There's never been any issues in terms of corruption. Now, let me
2:19:48
ask you this today, the FBI, the FBI, that I'm talking about
2:19:55
reporting, and any evidence I'm talking to you now, okay.
2:20:00
You guys
2:20:02
start doing that barefoot? No, we're not gonna do your work for
2:20:05
you want to ask you a question? The FBI?
2:20:11
Find out if this is verified?
2:20:16
I cannot.
2:20:18
Yeah, I'm not gonna do your work for you. No man, who's the
2:20:22
journalist?
2:20:25
journalist says I'm not gonna do your work for you. She said
2:20:29
government person. Yeah. No, my God is really quite
2:20:34
unbelievable.
2:20:36
And what how did they get off saying is this laptop which is
2:20:41
dropped off at a repair shop is somehow in any way involved with
2:20:45
Russian hacking? Like the Russians hacked the laptop or
2:20:49
what are they trying to say? Well, they're basing that on the
2:20:51
letter that the former intelligence officials Brennan
2:20:56
clapper at morale. Gao said it looks like Russian information.
2:21:03
This information, it looks like it This has all been basically
2:21:07
our spook saying, Hey, that looks like the work of their
2:21:11
spooks. Come on, please. Just so insulting, you give you give my
2:21:15
family a bad name Brennan.
2:21:23
But one of the pieces that has not been discussed yet. I don't
2:21:27
know if Tucker Carlson had this whole thing yesterday that they
2:21:30
sent some documents through FedEx, I guess. And they arrived
2:21:34
open and the documents were gone. And he's making a big deal
2:21:38
out of it. You know, it's like, please don't tell me you had
2:21:41
someone in New York send you original documents and there
2:21:45
weren't copies. I was kind of
2:21:49
had a bad taste to it. But meanwhile, there's real stuff
2:21:52
that is very interesting. And this is the call about
2:21:59
C e FC China energy. And and, and this was a side deal that
2:22:05
they were putting together. This is what Tony Bob Alinsky, but he
2:22:09
was working on. And the C e FC China energy is one of the main
2:22:16
conduits for investments abroad. Before the Belton road for the
2:22:22
actual Chinese strategy to take over the world. We've only been
2:22:26
following this for I don't know, five, six years that we've been
2:22:29
reporting on it. So this very company they were cutting a side
2:22:33
deal with. And apparently things started to get a little bit hot.
2:22:37
And this is hunter Biden on a phone call. It's from his
2:22:41
laptop. Yes, it is.
2:22:44
I get calls from my father, to tell me that the New York Times
2:22:48
is calling on my old partner Eric, who literally has done me
2:22:52
harm for how long is the one taking the calls, because my
2:22:56
father will not
2:22:59
care
2:23:02
about my representation of the
2:23:07
pagico, the
2:23:15
company that my partner who is worth 300 and $20 billion
2:23:23
is now missing.
2:23:26
The world is missing, who was my partner?
2:23:30
He was missing since I last saw his $50 million apartment and
2:23:34
signed a $4 billion deal to be the largest
2:23:40
in the world.
2:23:45
receive calls from
2:23:50
my best friend who is this has named me as a witness without
2:23:55
telling me.
2:24:02
Now this was really interesting, and I haven't heard anyone
2:24:04
really delve into it. What he who he's talking about is
2:24:09
Patrick hold Ching p, also known as Patrick Hall, and Patrick
2:24:16
Whoa, joined the Chinese people's Political Consultative
2:24:21
Conference in Preparatory Committee of Hong Kong and later
2:24:25
became the chairman of the CFC. And he was arrested in the
2:24:31
United States for bribery and money laundering. In 2017, and
2:24:37
2018. He was convicted on seven accounts of bribery and money
2:24:41
laundering. Following a federal trial. He was imprisoned he was
2:24:46
supposed to get three years he was fined $400,000.
2:24:49
Interestingly, he was led out on good behavior
2:24:54
in June of this year, on the 18th on the 20th. He was already
2:25:00
Back in China, and after that he went missing
2:25:05
and that's what Hunter is all freaked out about because
2:25:09
the guy that he was doing the deal with went missing. So you
2:25:13
got to think that he's dead now
2:25:16
and just hear that they weren't involved in an LNG liquid
2:25:20
natural gas which is what we are now exporting.
2:25:25
I mean, these these, this family is truly truly horribly corrupt.
2:25:32
And I want to be up go ahead I'm reminded of a clip of the from
2:25:38
about six years ago is right in the middle of the Obama
2:25:41
administration probably just he got in 2008 is probably around
2:25:45
2010. Okay. And it was a couple black guys talking about
2:25:50
something rather than one of them cashes in on it you don't
2:25:53
miss with Joe Biden joe biden's actually the kingpin you don't
2:25:56
want to. He's the guy you want to stay away from. He's
2:25:59
dangerous. And this clip was like, this is a throwaway. And
2:26:03
it was like Yeah, yeah.
2:26:07
Kind of kind of reaction to it. But the more you look at it,
2:26:11
this is probably could be amygdala. I mean, that whole
2:26:14
area, Delaware, Rhode Island is a type a mobster there. There's
2:26:18
a lot different than than New York, Chicago type gangs. But
2:26:23
Delaware is, is the America's post office. Basically, it's
2:26:28
like every every company is registered in Delaware because
2:26:31
there's no taxes, right? There's all kinds of other groovy groovy
2:26:35
things. I'm looking forward. I don't see anything.
2:26:39
I don't mean what you'll never it's not a name to clip. It was
2:26:44
just in a clip. Oh, okay. Okay, so you can't use no way of
2:26:48
finding it. Sorry. So to remind everybody, a lot of the big
2:26:53
push. And, you know, this is Steve Bannon. Because if you
2:26:57
want dirty guys, you want some dirt done, you got to get the
2:26:59
slimy, dirty guy and I have total respect for what he's
2:27:02
doing in this case.
2:27:04
And he's backed by the Chinese billionaire, dissident gwo. I
2:27:10
think his name is and he also runs the G news.org. People are
2:27:15
saying what is this crazy Chinese site? Yeah, that's g
2:27:18
news. That is the site, which I think is probably managed by
2:27:21
Bannon.
2:27:22
But they're now talking and explaining what these two
2:27:25
strategies are. So we have the Belt and Road strategy that's
2:27:28
known. But the Chinese strategy there are two with which they're
2:27:33
going to take over the world, and apparently with the United
2:27:37
States. First is the GBI. And the three F. So the GBI strategy
2:27:44
is, or I should say beat BG why I'm sorry.
2:27:49
That was GB ys. VGY. bg Why? B is for blue.
2:27:54
Which means they need to control the internet and the media.
2:27:58
While they're doing pretty well. Yeah, they got to they got to
2:28:01
make me well, and you know, but there's big, big investment in
2:28:05
Twitter.
2:28:07
Quote, Mark Zuckerberg is married to Chinese American
2:28:11
speaks Mandarin.
2:28:13
Zuckerberg speaks Mandarin. So he has all kinds of Chinese talk
2:28:17
going on there. And we know what Google has been doing in China.
2:28:20
So there's internet control to and then G. Golden influence,
2:28:26
make sure you bribe media officials, etc. And why is
2:28:30
yellow and yellow stands for the honey pots in which they
2:28:35
compromised officials and apparently members of the Biden
2:28:38
crime family. But the specific strategy for the United States
2:28:42
is the three f strategy. F stands for the three F is for,
2:28:46
for meant weakness. For meant chaos, for meant the destruction
2:28:53
of America. Ah.
2:28:57
So it's funny that you bring this up when
2:29:01
Christopher rea just busted a bunch of Chinese. Mm hmm. And I
2:29:05
thought it got short shrift in the media.
2:29:08
These are the guys they arrested.
2:29:11
Yeah, who did they arrest? They arrested? Go they they brought
2:29:16
in I think five guys. I think the two guys just fled to China.
2:29:19
And these are guys that were struck with floating around the
2:29:22
United States. They're actually Chinese spies that were going
2:29:25
from, you know, one Chinese dissident to another many of
2:29:28
whom, whom are US citizens at this point, and told they're
2:29:32
gonna go kill their parents. And this was talked about by
2:29:34
pompeyo.
2:29:36
Right, right, right. And they wrapped up a bunch of these guys
2:29:39
and busted that little little crime syndicate that they had
2:29:42
formed. And this got, you know, in the Associated Press, it was
2:29:45
really downplayed everywhere. It's just here and they're not
2:29:49
in the network news because I didn't see on NBC, CBS or ABC.
2:29:54
Oh, no, of course not. But here's something else I'd like
2:29:57
to bring to your attention which you may be able to help with
2:29:59
since
2:30:00
was a little bit too young to really I was in the wrong
2:30:02
country too.
2:30:04
During the 50s and 60s,
2:30:08
this is around the time when the Chinese started the Great Leap
2:30:12
Forward.
2:30:14
Do you recall the three red banners? There was kind of that
2:30:21
it also known as the three red flags. It was kind of the
2:30:24
general line for socialist construction. Yeah, no, I don't.
2:30:29
But I do. All I remember is a little red book. And that's
2:30:31
about as far as I get. Okay, so from Wikipedia, the three red
2:30:34
banners was an ideological slogan in the late 1950s, which
2:30:38
called on the Chinese people to build a socialist state. The
2:30:42
three red banners also called the three red flags consisted of
2:30:46
the general line for socialist construction, which was the
2:30:49
Great Leap Forward and the people's communes. So this
2:30:54
literally was three red stripes as a as a signal. Now I would
2:31:00
like for you Just a moment to visualize the Biden Harris logo,
2:31:04
you may want to look it up.
2:31:09
I've been I've been forgetting to bring this to the show for
2:31:13
the past three episodes. Do you see the Biden Harris logo? No,
2:31:17
I'm not. I don't know. Go to a go to a web browser. I hear net
2:31:23
I hear net.
2:31:25
Do I have to make it myself? Think it's pretty Harris logo.
2:31:34
Well, there's a lot of them. Oh, you're talking about the E? Yes.
2:31:38
Hello.
2:31:40
Oh, that's very cool.
2:31:45
These guys, they see they're not hiding it. They're not hiding
2:31:49
it.
2:31:52
Oh, that is I you know that. That's fabulous.
2:31:57
That's clipping. Oh, there's no there's no clip. Oh, well. Oh,
2:32:01
well. So
2:32:03
there's I got it. There's a coffee mug just says Joe and
2:32:06
just got the three red flower. Yeah, it's everywhere. It's
2:32:09
everywhere. I gotta get this coffee. Ma I'm not paying this
2:32:11
kind of money for a coffee mug.
2:32:14
It's
2:32:16
just an aside here. If anybody has gone well, I got a bunch of
2:32:19
Trump stuff too from the guys in Las Vegas. And they didn't get a
2:32:22
note from him. But
2:32:25
have you noticed if you go to these websites where they sell
2:32:28
Trump stuff, the hats the mugs all flags. Yeah, and the Biden's
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say the Trump stuff is cheap.
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I mean, they're going a loss leader. Yeah, they are. The bite
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is stuff is overpriced. There's a poster. 17 bucks for the yard.
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You should be giving those away. 25 bucks for a mug. Break. Oh,
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Obama starter sticker. $11 Give me a dud the 11 bucks for a
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bumper sticker. Do you remember I had to buy the Obama bumper
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sticker from my neighbor in San Francisco. And she charged me 20
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bucks for it.
2:33:04
Yeah, yeah. Oh, yeah. your your your neighbor that was trying to
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get there was trying to get you in the sack.
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Until she found out that I was until she heard the show.
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never talked to me. Yeah. Yeah, stop talking. I'm sorry if I
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recall. That's not how it went. You were trying to get me to get
2:33:24
her in the sack.
2:33:27
Well, you can change it all your Wow, man. Okay. All right.
2:33:31
You're going on and on about this? This babe was not a babe.
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She was no Obama bought. Yeah, this would turned out.
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Okay.
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No, she went to camp. That's what it was. She went to Oh,
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boy. Yes, she went to the camp where they were they brainwashed
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into being good. Oh, good. Boy, they learn and then, yeah, they
2:33:51
learned an overcharge for their mugs, and 20 bucks for the
2:33:54
bumper sticker. scam. That's why they're doing I was the kid
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that's ever evolved bumper stickers were free.
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And they never came off your car. They did rip off and ruin
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the paint. Actually, the newer ones are the ones that have that
2:34:10
issue. Better do that too.
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But one quick thing to say you're done with that with Yeah.
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I just want people to keep their eye on China. Keep your eye
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never take your eye off the ball. Those guys are crazy.
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They're out to get us. They're out to get us. So do you have
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any clips with do with the Tucker and Boogaloo? No,