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December 6th, 2020 • 3h 15m

1301: BINO

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Adam Curry Jhansi devora
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award winning media assassination Episode 1300 This
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is no agenda, pinning down dates and broadcasting live from
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opportunity's own 33 here in the frontier of Austin, Texas
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capital of the drone Star State, everybody. I'm Adam Curry from
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Northern Silicon Valley where we're drinking instant coffee.
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I'm Jesse Devaraj.
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Wait a minute. Wait, you are your ground zero of the
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tyrannical lockdown in California. And that's all you
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got? Is your drinking coffee.
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So I look at the I looked up, I always look these orders up and
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actually read them. Nobody does that the media especially well,
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no, because they're exempt and they don't care. No, actually,
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they're not exempt from this. Oh, what media is not exempt
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from this? No, apparently everyone is Whoa, including
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protesters. Protesters in curl, okay. Just want to make sure we
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still have it and it is listed. Okay, let us know what's in the
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order. Well, how are you? How is your movement being restricted?
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Uh, if you start to look, actually look at the order and
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read the document, you can go out and do whatever you want.
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Wait a minute, just this, you're just discouraged. Really? Yeah.
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And the thing is, of course, all the restaurants and everything
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is close. So if you go out and do whatever you want, what are
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you gonna do? This is like my idea of going to Paris, I would
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love to get on a plane and go to Paris. What am I going to do be
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locked down for 14 days? Even if I wasn't locked down? Like what
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hotel? Am I gonna stay? What am I going to do when I'm there? I
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can't go to a cafe
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doesn't move is closed. Right. But the the shutdown of
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businesses and restaurants that's being enforced?
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Yeah. Okay. It's being enforced, but they're not enforcing people
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being outside. And do you have to wear a mask in your own bed?
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Is that part of the I'm serious a wish? It's possible. No,
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that's coming. This is this order, which to me, just on its
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face feels like I could I'm probably wrong. But it feels
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like Gavin Newson got
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caught being a dick. Everyone pointed at him and said, You're
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a dick. And he went, Oh, watch this.
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Is there any other reason? Because what they're saying is
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completely ludicrous. The stay at home order is because you've
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crossed over the magical 15% free ICU bed space in hospitals.
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Which as we know, is really only a portion of all of the
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artificial construct. Yes. So this isn't even a flattening of
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the curve or anything like that. This is just saying, Well, we've
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passed 15%. If we're below 15% capacity, then we have to lock
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down until January 4. This is this is not even based on
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science. This is based on hospital man's hospital
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management. But you know, it's like, oh, so do we just need
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more beds? Can we then one day friend. So what they've done is
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they've implemented the harshest order, which is again, like what
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I just said is you can go float around if you want to, but
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you're discouraged from it, but you can. And so there's no media
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exemption, because pretty much anyone can do what they want.
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But again, there's nothing to do so what would you do that you
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might as well stay at home and eat or watch TV?
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Did is only a few counties that are really put it into full
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force. Mm hmm. All the night and not all the counties in the Bay
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Area except San Mateo County, right there was
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Barstow open away San Mateo County is they are walking the
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the order.
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That's Silicon Valley. There's your irony. Wait, that's the
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Silicon Valley guys.
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Silicon Valley.
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That's Palo Alto, Redwood City. douchebag.
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So their fancy restaurants. They're all open. They're in San
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Mateo for the Silicon Valley set is that ideas are out there. I'm
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pretty sure for outdoor dining. You can eat San Mateo County.
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Yes, they're real. This is on that. Do you Is there a general
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feeling in California that this is some kind of gap? Oh, that's
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the feeling. Oh, so it's they're not angry. Gavin Newsome.
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They're thankful for him locking them up. That's what you're
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saying. You got it in Los Angeles. These orders including
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that those of Mayor Garcetti are presenting huge problems. This
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video went viral. I've tightened it up somewhat. This is
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A restaurant owner in Los Angeles who had created an
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outdoor restaurant with a little tent over it and some picnic
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tables right next to her, her restaurant, which has been shut
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down now with these orders. And well, if you haven't seen it,
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she sees that 50 feet across the road, someone else did get a
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permit to open up an eating facility. So this is my place
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the pineapple Hill grill in saloon. If you go to my page,
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you can see all the work I did for outdoor dining for tables
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being seven feet apart. And I come in today because I'm
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organizing a protest and I came in to get stuff for that.
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And I walk into my parking lot. And obviously Mayor Garcetti has
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approved, this being set up for a movie company. I'm losing
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everything. Everything I own is being taken away from me. And
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they set up a movie company right next to my outdoor patio,
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which is right over here. And people wonder why I'm protesting
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and wine I have had enough.
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They have not given us money and they have shut us down. We
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cannot survive. My staff cannot survive. Look at this. Tell me
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that this is dangerous. But right next to me as a slap in my
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face. That's safe. This is safe. 50 feet away. This is dangerous.
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Mayor Garcetti and Gavin Newsom is responsible for every single
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person that doesn't have an employment that says not have a
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job, and all the businesses that are going under and we need your
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help. We need somebody to do something about this. You go
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this Yes, she screwed.
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And you're gonna do right. No, what are they gonna do? Nothing.
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Who mean who is they? In this case? Because Yeah, the
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government Jim's doing he's gonna go and fall on deaf ears.
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Yeah, well, we'll see if that happened in Austin. I'd be out
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there. I'd be out there protecting this like New York,
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this is going to happen more and more. People just want standards
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or anything left in New York, New York. Well, at Brooklyn. I
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think there's one restaurant that is you know, The Last
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Stand. And 4000 people a night are now showing up to stop the
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sheriff from shutting them down.
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tears will come of this. And people, you know, as you said,
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though, that's very interesting. This order makes it feel and
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sound from a distance like you are locked down, shut up, slave
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mask up in your house in your bed, be quiet, don't make waves
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follow the rules. But that yet you're completely allowed to do
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whatever you want.
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As an I see no evidence to the contrary. If you start looking
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at the order, it's pretty much more of a strong suggestion for
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the public and a very strong more than just suggestion for
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the businesses. Hmm. So I can go outside right now and go to the
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store, walk around and wander down to walk through the park.
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Well, there is good news. As you know, the freedom pass is on its
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way and we'll get into that a little more. But just so we all
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know, there is a COVID freedom past.com website, which you can
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use to get out of this mental jail that you've been placed in
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this mental prison COVID freedom past.com
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that of course redirects to no agenda. show.com
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This is one of the better forwards I've seen I really like
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COVID freedom pass calm because we're setting you free in your
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head. That's all it's perfect.
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So these arguments are spilling over everywhere. And as you and
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I know, whenever we have an argument on the show people
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always resort to this very childish, literally childish
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remark of I hate it when mommy and daddy are fighting. Which to
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me means a new voice for you. Thank you. Thank you I can do it
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again. I hate it when mommy and daddy are fighting
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should like your voice I think I've had that one for a while I
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think it's just slightly I just got it it's got a little
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it's got a tomato in it that I think makes it
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okay cuz I'm really sad. And and I always say the reason why you
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feel that way and uncomfortable is because this is how adults
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actually resolve issues and move on. And you don't see that on
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television. You see phoneys with phony arguments, feigning phony
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outrage. It's not real. That's why it doesn't feel
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uncomfortable. So it hits the hits the listener, the producers
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of the show, gets them in such a sensitive spot that they
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immediately equate that to mommy and daddy fighting.
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There was a really good which is the problem that the I think
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you've identify
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Just ignore these comments. Because that you know, I think
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they're people think you're being cute, but it's possible
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that you've nailed a sociological issue that is
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serious. Yes. Yes. There's no examples of what good discourse
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is phony discourse, which is what you see on television. Is
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that not exactly the same play? Yeah, but isn't that exactly
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what you see on Twitter when people argue it's just bullcrap.
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But just yelling back and forth there's no resolution it's not
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adult behavior it's stupid. Now the this this descended to an
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incredible for me a high for many a low on CNBC, you probably
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saw this. I think it's worthwhile to play the the
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entire clip in context, because I only play the entire Yeah,
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because it was it was just clipped here and there. And if
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you haven't seen it, this is Rick Santelli, who has always
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been kind of a troublemaker on CNBC. And he's always been a
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screamer. Yeah. And he's appreciated for it. I think in
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the 2008
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financial meltdown, he was yelling Yellen every single day
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and he was just completely give a briefing on this. Yeah,
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rescued during 2008, which I thought was on, I thought was
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unwarranted, but he did it, which is that the people who got
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suckered into these stupid subprime mortgages and they lost
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their houses, and he said, they're idiots. And they deserve
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what they got. Yeah, very unsympathetic to the fact that
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most of them were victims of sales pitches.
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Which is something I'm somewhat sympathetic towards anyone who's
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sold down the river by no means are kind of buy into it because
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they're, I don't know, not necessarily a bad person. But he
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really was very accusatory. I thought it was unfair
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personally, but in this situation, he's with I believe,
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David Sanger. Now, Andrew Ross Sorkin Sorkin I'm sorry, Sanger
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Sorkin in New York Times? Yeah. And Sorkin is from the New York
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Times and he's an old New York Times hack and he would be part
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of the system. Oh, yeah.
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Somehow the golden boy on CNBC this what is he done that has
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made him so revered people Oh, Andrew Ross Sorkin Oh, Andrew
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Ross archive.
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We could waltz over to the Wikipedia and check him out. But
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he is a New York Times Golden Boy there. And he was in fact I
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remember talking to him about him and with some other New York
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Times reporters. And you know, he was one of these guys that
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was going to be bureau chief, which I think he came maybe from
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Hong Kong and we went all over the world if you know what that
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means.
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A Hong Kong and then he was Oh, I remember it's because he he co
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wrote too big to fail, including the movie adaptation. And he's
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the CO creator of millions. That's why because he's of
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course it's a Hollywood Connect. And so he was going to be he was
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on the fast track to become like the editor of the New York Times
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or The executive editor or something like that. And then he
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gave us very successful with these books. And he he got kind
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of full of himself.
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So he like Bay wants to do that. It's the new york times they'll
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just kick you to the curb. And so he's over now at CNBC is, is
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there with CNBC? You know, unless he can get out of CNBC. I
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don't see any I think he's at a dead end. The his problem is
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obvious why he's Why didn't become editor of the New York
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Times. He doesn't have vocal fry.
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He's most listened to the previous editor. You know,
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obviously, I read I read the New York Times, like all day long,
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mainly on my iPad. That's what if that's a Gil Abrams, if you
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want to be edited the New York Times. That's the attitude you
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got to have. But no. Instead, he threw on his Superman cape and
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flew around Rick Santelli, telling Rick Santelli, that he's
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hurting people is dangerous and he has to intervene in his rant,
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because this is bad for society. And we need a public service
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announcement for health and safety of our viewers levy I
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believe in careful and when I point out Governor's cheating,
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it's not for the high hypocrisy which exists. It's the fact that
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I think many of these governors that's the point that I think a
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lot of people didn't hear it really it started about the
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hypocrisy of the governors and the mayors of Mayor Adler and
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Austin jetting off to the times to family timeshare and Cabo
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when he told everyone to shut up and stay home then of course the
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Newsome and
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what is London breed in San Jose Mayor all of these douchebags,
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no, they should just we should just go towards the French
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Laundry. I'm not this is not an instruction. This is not an
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instruction well that do happen. But if you want to get the
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attention of your government burn down their favorite eatery,
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that would be
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Start back to the thing at hand cheating. It's not for the high
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hypocrisy which exists. It's the fact that I think many of these
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governors are intelligent people, and they love their
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families, which they've taken out into restaurants. Therefore
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there is actually in should be an ongoing debate as to you know
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why a parking lot for a big box store like by my house is jam
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packed. Now one parking spot open. Why are those people any
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safer than a restaurant with plexiglass? I just don't get it.
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And I think there's I don't think this has really been
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discussed. Maybe you and I have talked about it a couple of
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times saying why is this big, big box store safe? And the rest
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isn't? We've talked about this. No one really does. I bitch
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about it. Yeah, you do. You do? You do. Sorry. But before I get
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let this you got to do a lot of setups here to get make sure
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this works. A Sorkin is going to defend the big box stores as
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being totally different, totally different science. And I think
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what you might you might make the argument even though he
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doesn't do it, you might make the argument that well, when you
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go into a Costco, which is open, there is almost like being
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outside, the roof is a mile high. There's a lot of airflow
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in there. And it's kind of like being so it's different than a
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small boutique. And my complaint, of course, is that
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people can go into target or Costco and buy clothes, but they
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can't go into a small boutique and buy clothes right? Now, that
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argument about the big bucks or I want people to keep in the
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back of their mind that concept that target doesn't have these
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ceilings. Correct target is just as far as I'm concerned, the
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department store. That's why they agreed. Oh, the target.
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Remember, this is a financial show where they're meant to hype
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certain stocks.
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To make sure people buy them open. Why are those people any
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safer than a restaurant with plexiglass? I just don't get it.
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And I think there's a million of these questions that could be
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asked. And I think it's really sad that when we look at the
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service sector and all the discussions we've had about job
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losses, that that particular dynamic isn't studied more is it
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worked more, we don't put more people in the room and try to
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figure out ways so that the service sector employees and
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employers could all come back in a safer way. You can't tell me
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that shutting down, which is the easiest answer is necessarily
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the only answer. Rick, I just just as as a as a public health
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and public service announcement. This is my favorite. As a public
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health and public service announcement. I'm Andrew Ross
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Sorkin and I have written billions. So let me tell you
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what the science is for the audience. The difference between
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a retailer
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the difference between
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the different different, like how the co host saying who else
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man, you know who it is, is the douche? Who weld Could it be
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between a box retailer? Hold on? The difference between a big box
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retailer and a restaurant? Or frankly even a church are so
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different? It's unbelievable. Oh, really a church?
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Where I disagree. You're we're gonna have your thoughts and
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science science.
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That's the problem. Ah, damn it. Whenever you and I disagree over
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something, john, we the the the way you used to end arguments
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online was your Hitler. He don't do that anymore. You just say
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it's science. If you say that then End of discussion because
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you can't dispute science.
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aren't any safer than 150 people in a restaurant that hold 600? I
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don't believe it. Sorry. Don't believe
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there's a lot of restaurants that have fought back and they
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don't have any problems. And they're okay. You don't have to
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believe it. But let me just say this, you're doing a disservice
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to the viewer because the viewers need to understand
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the viewer. You are You are
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I'm sorry. I'm sorry. It I would like to keep our viewers as
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healthy as humanly possible. The idea of packing people into
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restaurants. I think our viewers are smarter.
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smarter different than all the viewers like some people do. Can
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I get in here please and get
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like mommy and daddy baby.
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How's it all working for you? I mean, look at the numbers right
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and then this guy Rick, look at this guy's a douche. This. This
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is the fat head guy.
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How's that working out for you, Rick, why don't you just say he
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should have just added these people are dead because of Trump
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brick. You know that it's working out fine.
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The numbers lie. Rick, Rick, the numbers show
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that when people are getting sick and dying,
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I just stopped
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talking about this. There'll be no agreement. So let's move on
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from here.
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He's done. They're gonna fire him. Sorkin or Rick?
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I don't think so.
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I mean, if they don't heat then he read book it. If Okay. All
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right, that's that's a worthy, that's a worthy one. If if they
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don't fire him, that will be the equivalent of having tenure on
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television, that's for sure.
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Because that's, I hear what you're saying. Let me just see
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date is December 6 2020. We have 11:31am, JC de AC brick,
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Santoli? fires and Kelly Harrison. Yes, it's entirely
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over COVID
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restrictions. Okay. It's in the book. I'm not going to dispute
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it. I'm not going to dispute it
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is the science, on the other hand is being disputed in a
21:05
number of interesting ways. And this one has cropped up recently
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in Ireland. As you can recall, Ireland has pretty much changed
21:14
their population to their four poster beds, close down the
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pubs. And that's like cutting off oxygen supply. Ireland one
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of the most restrictive regulations that is ruleset that
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had been put in place. And there's this woman, Gemma
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Doherty. And she has spent a lot of time going around to she kind
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of looks like the Code Pink Lady surname again. You know, I mean,
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yeah, I know. He needs to wash her hair. Yeah, well, yeah, it's
21:45
the flashy the flask flask did kind of blondish hair, thin
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hair.
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And she's spent time going around Ireland, exposing on
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video that the hospitals are empty.
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Which, of course we've seen this at anywhere. Yeah, you can. But
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she's been doing except there's always one or two places where
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you can't. And that's where they send the cameras. In fact, that
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reminds me and I have to do this. And I feel remiss for not
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doing it because I've been thinking about it for days on an
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era is these the nbc cbs and ABC show? People are getting tested
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and they show a line of cars. Yeah. You can't show this on the
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show. Because but it's been a line of cars a mile long. Yeah.
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into like a football field lined up for hours to get tested.
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Yeah, I think it's the same line they show for the food bank
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might be
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Burke, I go to Berkeley this week. And take a picture of the
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testing carline testing thing there, right. There's nobody
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there. But this isn't even testing this is this is what's
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happening in the wards. It's just it's just not there.
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They've cut back on personnel. No, I'm just I'm just saying
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they you can find places where there's a long line and that's
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always in the camera. Yes. So Gemma Doherty
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is out and about. And she posted this, this one video most recent
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one in front of Ireland's public health building and one of these
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big, elite Illuminati like structures. And she had some
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interesting evidence, which is very reminiscent of a time a
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previous time with the same actors on the stage. I'm here
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because I have some very important information to impart
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in relation to a development that has happened in the United
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Kingdom. You know, that for the last eight months, I have been
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entering hospitals in this stage and exposing the fact that they
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are empty my latest one and the matter has gone viral worldwide.
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And of course, we know it is the case that these hospitals have
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never been emptier. Probably in the history since since before
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beautiful Fini Gail took over. We know that at this time of
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year, our hospitals are normally packed to the gills as they are
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in late February, March, April, at the end of the winter season.
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But they were empty them and they are empty now. So people
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are right to question whether this virus actually exists. But
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we now in Europe for the first time have the scientific proof
24:24
that it does not exist. And this is thanks to a Department of
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Health letter that had been received following a request by
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a citizen in the UK, which he actually had to appeal. But he
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requested the department of health and social care in the
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United Kingdom to give him scientific proof of the
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existence of a virus called SARS code two and they confirmed and
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I will read it now to you that the department of health and
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social care
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does not hold any information on the isolation Tsar's code to.
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In other words, it does not exist.
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This is this is a real mind bender. And this is actually
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what David was talking about, at the beginning of this months and
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months and months ago that the PCR test is just rigged. It's
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not meant to be a test but the PCR process is rigged to show
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fragments
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of
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a coronavirus and is then saying, Well, you've got to SARS
25:38
cov. Two, but no one has actually isolated the virus. And
25:44
this is exactly what happened in the late 80s and 90s. with HIV,
25:50
they never came up with the isolated virus they could never
25:53
show it. Now, about three years ago, there's been some paper
25:58
released that complicated, you know, the in a very complicated
26:02
manner shows Oh, yeah, it was the there or something. But in
26:06
general, you can read book after book after book. And then you
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just won't find it. And it's the same people.
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And they had the PCR test for HIV back in the day.
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And my personal opinion is that people died from the from the
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rejected chemotherapy, azt, that they were giving these patients
26:28
they went in very similar to the, to the, to the ventilator
26:32
story. Like you test positive, you go into the hospital, and
26:36
you never come out it dead. You know, and I think there's
26:40
something to this. I'm not a virologist, not an imminent
26:44
knowledge disorder. And those ologists can't even say it, I
26:48
can't even pronounce it, let alone Let them have a diploma in
26:51
it. But I'm I'm suspicious of that, then well, there's a lot
26:55
of things to be suspicious about the existence of the virus, I
26:58
believe it does exist. I don't think that come from an animal I
27:01
think was made in the lab and they can't find an animal with
27:03
it until they've been able to isolate it, then why is that
27:07
something? I don't know that that's true? Well, that's I
27:09
don't know that that's true. I don't know that. That's true.
27:11
I'm just saying,
27:13
I just hear this. Now. But I do know this is true. When the
27:17
first reports came out in April or March, April. And they were
27:21
showing all these lines at the hospitals. They were numerous
27:24
youtubers would go out to those same hospitals the next day. And
27:27
we saw that he made those videos reported on this. And there was
27:31
no line of ambulances at those hospitals. There was no
27:35
ambulances, there's nothing there. And then they went into
27:37
the hospitals. Some of them went actually went in with their
27:39
cameras, and they found nobody in the place to play. It's just
27:42
pretty much empty. Right? There was this example has happened a
27:45
number of times. We have a friend who works at the in
27:49
Cornwall at the National Health Service. And she reports back
27:55
that there's no the hospitals are empty. And you keep hearing
27:58
this, but there are hospitals which are reported to be full,
28:01
and they can be document to be full. But those are all they
28:04
seem to be the outliers, along with those long car lines. So
28:08
there's something fishy about this whole those hospitals, the
28:10
ones that are better lit, I guess.
28:15
lighting, lighting for the lighting for the shot. Yeah, you
28:18
gotta light it up. Because this sort of thing has been to see
28:23
this before to get my I actually had my hair cut. Wow, the other
28:28
day.
28:30
And the guy who cut my hair, I saw I'm just trying to get going
28:35
here, but I couldn't manage it would know. You hadn't been that
28:39
you'd been a year without a haircut. No, I was going for a
28:42
year. I couldn't get it. How long did you go? March? Not bad.
28:46
Was it down to your shoulders? It was getting there but it was
28:50
a scramble. I look like an old witch.
28:54
But you know, I was I mean
28:58
yeah. So I talked to this guy and he was going to get a an
29:03
operation on his back. Yeah, just before the whole thing
29:07
broke out and he didn't let anybody in. And then he got his
29:11
operation during the middle of the crisis. And he says he went
29:14
in the hospital because for electric surgery which is being
29:18
done to places dead empty. Yes, it was great. You go in there
29:22
and get nothing but you know everybody's You know, you're
29:24
there you get in the good service.
29:27
So I mean, this these stories, these stories are not bullcrap
29:30
stories. Well in more health related news and numbers from
29:36
sir arcane code. He heard us talking about the ambulance
29:41
services and why they were in financial trouble.
29:45
Which we both found indeed kind of weird. Like seems like no
29:49
sense. Well, he has a rundown for us. He has some friends who
29:52
work for an ambulance service turns out, less than half of
29:56
their business comes from emergencies. The majority of
30:00
Ambulance Services is for mundane calls taking someone
30:04
from a nursing home to their doctor and back that's a big one
30:07
patient from hospital to a rehab facility or transferring between
30:10
hospitals. So when hospitals shut down everything except
30:15
COVID related procedures, and this comes down back to our
30:18
point it's shut down all the more mundane services and so no
30:22
more need for ambulance in general. At least around the
30:25
Birmingham Alabama area of the services many are hurting
30:28
financially. That makes sense. And and we're going to and when
30:33
this ends when I guess after the hundred day mass mandate from
30:38
Joe
30:40
you're going to see it then you're going to see hospitals
30:43
overrun when everybody comes back to get treated for all the
30:45
crap that yeah, if they're still alive, I sweat that's when it's
30:49
gonna be bad. It's all this elective surgery that's been
30:51
backing up. Yep.
30:55
Yep, you bet.
30:57
Now's the time people go in now in the EU a fantastic this could
31:02
have been a curry divorce tech, consulting group exit strategy,
31:06
I am beating myself over my head that we missed this opportunity.
31:11
I'm very, very disappointed in myself in you as a consulting
31:17
partner, founding consulting partner, and probably very
31:21
disappointed in our associates, known as producers of the show
31:25
that no one came up this this must be really bad. You're
31:28
scolding everybody. 97 year old Collette dupa a nursing home
31:33
resident in jumaan France has been taking precautions against
31:36
COVID-19. She's been limited to speaking with her family via
31:40
video call or through a window. But now Dubai is able to feel
31:44
their touch through plastic thanks to an inflatable tunnel
31:48
known as the hug bubble, baby. It even has one of our names the
31:52
hug bubble. This thing is fantastic. We could have
31:56
manufactured them overnight. Do pies daughters recently visited
32:00
her putting one arm through an airtight sealed plastic stroller
32:05
and stroke her hair. Stephanie Lazo is often at the nursing
32:10
home.
32:12
It has brought comfort residents would see their relatives
32:15
through a window or through a camera and they were really
32:18
missing having real contact and they are getting a lot of love.
32:21
Before dupas daughter's left they took turns kissing their
32:25
mother on the cheek the plastic after get
32:30
disinfects the plastic sheet to prepare for another loving
32:34
encounter in the hug bubble. Do you see the problem?
32:39
The problem?
32:41
Hug bubble is disgusting. I mean, and it's all it is is it's
32:47
a bouncy house, you know clear plats without the colorful
32:52
pieces a bouncy house castle with two arms and then though
32:57
your granny comes up you can stroke her hair with the plastic
33:01
it's it's beyond sad
33:05
ah
33:08
very very very upset. We didn't come up with that. Dammit. Now
33:13
before I go into after that big lead and I'm less here's like
33:18
you're not that upset you didn't like i think i think it's I
33:20
think it's a huge moneymaker I would have been I would have
33:22
been embarrassed to be part of a company like that called what
33:26
the hug bubble company. This has a future baby says a future I
33:30
unfortunately, the domain name is gone. So we couldn't get
33:33
that. Before I get into vaccines. I think you may have a
33:37
poor couple of reports to run through. I did want to make
33:40
mention that very observant producers have noticed in
33:45
several of the Bill Gates videos that he does from his office
33:48
when he's doing the interviews and he's talking about how the
33:51
severe pain will hurt you from the from the vaccine. people
33:57
noticed he had a stack of books next to him on his Bureau. And
34:02
do you know what book is almost right on top one below the top
34:05
one. It's called a book called How to lie with statistics.
34:13
But an embarrassment man, it's available on Amazon and it will
34:17
give you the blurb there is terror in numbers writes Daryl
34:21
huff in how to lie with statistics. And nowhere does
34:24
this terror translate to blind acceptance of authority more
34:27
than in the slippery world of averages, correlations, graphs
34:31
and trends have sought to break through the days that follows
34:34
the collision of statistics with the human mind. With this slim
34:38
volume first published a 1954 book remains relevant as a wake
34:43
up call for people unaccustomed to examining the endless flow of
34:47
numbers pouring from Wall Street, Madison Avenue and
34:50
everywhere else someone has an axe to grind, a point to prove
34:53
or a product to sell the secret language of statistics so
34:58
appealing in effect minded culture.
35:00
is employed to sensationalize inflate, confuse and
35:03
oversimplify.
35:05
I've ordered it. Yeah, definitely. This is our book. So
35:09
that's what Gates is doing. He's lying with statistics as is
35:13
everybody else, everybody? I don't think so.
35:18
You don't think so? I think many of them are very sincere. Okay.
35:22
But they're confused about what they're presenting because
35:24
someone else gave somebody in the background, his language
35:27
statistics and, and Horton, swaddling the idiots.
35:32
Yeah, yes. Well, do you want to get him back? Cesar? I see you
35:37
have a couple of reports. I have some let me look at what he got
35:40
here. I have a bunch of COVID there's some good stuff here.
35:43
Actually. Let's do it. Start with the grim news from NBC. You
35:47
get it like like a feeling for what's going on. Okay. Good
35:49
evening, we've been running out of ways to stay grim new
35:52
milestone, we're talking about COVID. Now, so far beyond that.
35:57
Yeah. This week. It's surpassed heart disease as our country's
36:00
top killer. Today, more drastic measures to try to slow the
36:04
spread. Southern California is now set to go into full lockdown
36:08
issuing a stay at home order to begin tomorrow at midnight, and
36:11
more states and regions may not be far behind as the unbearable
36:16
burden on our nation's health care workers grows. For the me
36:19
turn this crap off people.
36:23
Watch this guy.
36:28
You know what happened? You know what happened? You're right.
36:31
They all saw Cuomo get his Emmy. They're like, Oh, hold my beer
36:35
like I can good.
36:38
Acting? Yes, of course. unbearable. It's horrible. Yeah,
36:42
it's on bearable right here. If you want to hear of your top
36:46
actress. Amy, if I can use that, if I can use that term. Here we
36:50
go. COVID report, Amy. Whoo hoo ha Come on in the United States
36:54
has set yet another world record.
36:57
virus cases, hospitalizations and deaths with over 216,000
37:03
infections confirmed Thursday and more than 2800 deaths. Hold
37:07
on. When she says confirmed, what exactly does that mean?
37:14
Well, let's listen to one of our Canadian producers who said
37:18
Do you know that in Canada This is some semi scandalous is that
37:23
when you you're in an emergency room, you check into the
37:26
hospital for like a broken leg and bleeding? Yes. They give you
37:31
a covid test. If you give your test positive, they put it on
37:35
the record. If you die from your broken leg and bleeding you die
37:38
to COVID. And it's a confirmed case because you had a test
37:41
right but she's talking about confirmed cases who are not in
37:45
hospital just confirmed cases. I don't know what she says deaths
37:49
confirmed guests. Oh Dez. Yes. And because you had such
37:52
excellent use of reverb I'm going to start it over again.
37:54
United States has set yet another world record for daily
37:59
coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths with
38:03
over 216,000 infections confirmed Thursday and more than
38:08
2800 deaths. Nearly 101,000 people are hospitalized with
38:13
COVID-19 across the US in California Governor Gavin Newsom
38:18
has imposed sweeping remain at home borders covering the vast
38:22
majority of California's population just in the last 14
38:26
days close to 1000 Californians have lost their lives due to
38:32
COVID-19. The bottom line is if we don't act now, our hospital
38:37
system will be overwhelmed if we don't act now. We'll continue to
38:41
see a death rate climb. Governor Newsome sorter came a day after
38:45
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti warned Los Angeles is nearing a
38:49
devastating tipping point, ordering residents to rain at
38:54
home and skip social gatherings in order to prevent needless
38:57
suffering and death. in Rhode Island officials have opened two
39:01
field hospitals with a combined 900 beds to relieve hospitals as
39:05
COVID cases hit new record highs. Rhode Island governor
39:09
Gina Raimondo says the problem now is finding enough medical
39:13
workers to handle the surge on Thursday she appealed to retired
39:18
and unemployed health care workers to join the effort. Wow
39:23
first of all dynamite we are we're both going to hell for
39:26
this you realize that that people think we are we are the
39:29
worst human beings in the in the universe just to put echo and
39:34
mock mock death. But notice how she said they're gonna run out
39:39
of employees and they're gonna go get and she says first
39:42
retired and then unemployed. Yeah. Why don't you reverse it?
39:46
Bring all the ones you laid off. That's what's going on here.
39:52
Yep.
39:54
Yeah, this is a fault. This is like unbelievable. They pulled
39:58
this off. So fake
40:00
Fake its fake display part two, but I'm happy that California is
40:04
dumb enough to shut down to
40:08
others will follow me and we'll see the first day I'm on our
40:12
grid to say I'm gonna ask the public for 100 days to mass mask
40:17
up just 100 days to mask not forever 100 days, and I think
40:21
we'll see a significant reduction if we occur that event
40:25
that occurs with vaccinations and masking to drive down the
40:29
numbers considerably. Researchers at the University of
40:32
Washington project the US Coronavirus, death toll could
40:36
reach nearly 540,000. By April 1, the same researchers recently
40:43
projected that if 95% of Americans wore masks
40:47
consistently, over 68,000 lives will be saved by March 1.
40:55
I want to mention
40:58
we did saved or created, how many lives we're going to save.
41:02
Is that what she just said? Oh, yeah, hold on. Let me just hear
41:04
that last bit. Again, that's important information. Over
41:08
60,000 lives will be saved by March 1.
41:13
Why? Wow. So they've got it down to that much science. So masks
41:17
work so well, that if we wear them for 100 days, 68,000 people
41:22
will be saved or created by March 1.
41:26
In fact, here's the thing that is ignored. The San Francisco
41:31
Bay Area.
41:33
Especially Alameda County, which incorporates Berkeley, and
41:37
Oakland,
41:39
all very Democrat. Were masked up. Yeah, of course. I mean, Max
41:46
maxed out, maxed up. There are people driving masks in their
41:50
cars. There's people jogging with masses by cyclists going
41:55
down, right driving around on the bike lane, and they got a
41:58
mask on. So what's the deal? Here? We're wearing masks like
42:02
no other part of the country. This is this is mask Central.
42:06
Yet, we're in the purple zone where we have to shut down and
42:09
shelter in place and stay at home. How does that work? I
42:12
don't see the evidence for this. This sounds like both bullcrap.
42:16
Because we are masked up. If we were like, if Berkeley and
42:19
Oakland were all like, well, you guys can do whatever you want
42:22
now, because you've been a good little boys and girls, and you
42:24
messed up and you stay social distance. And you have all these
42:27
spots on the street where you stand here and you stand there.
42:30
We've done that, nothing didn't help. So this is bullcrap. Just
42:35
a little side there for you. Yeah, there's a video from some
42:40
UK data scientist. And they're running the numbers of cases and
42:46
deaths in the UK. And no matter which way they ran the numbers,
42:51
they see a market increase in cases and subsequently some
42:56
deaths at one specific date, and no matter which way they look at
43:00
the numbers, I'll put it in the show notes. So you can see it's
43:02
not clickable because it's boring and you can't see it.
43:05
The exact day that masks were mandated in the UK is when the
43:11
cases and deaths started to increase. Well we've had those
43:15
those graphs in the newsletter about five shows ago from the UK
43:21
you everywhere all over the world this this is evident when
43:24
you see where the master mandated all the numbers started
43:27
going up because they started testing now.
43:30
So that's this bogus but lets us know I got two more clips and
43:33
we're out of here. Well, I got some vaccines stuff, but yeah,
43:37
don't I want to hear the vaccine stuff? I have nothing. Okay.
43:40
First of all, let's play this one. This is the I have the
43:43
world report which is wrapped around the world with Amy given
43:47
us all the world. Oh, when did you get into dy Italy but I
43:50
wouldn't play this one because this one is
43:53
a suspicion. This is the COVID farm workers step away. I want
43:57
you to pay careful attention to this and give me the rationale.
44:01
I don't know why they even mentioned it. But it makes it's
44:04
something fishy about this report. Back in the United
44:07
States. California's farm workers have contracted COVID-19
44:12
and nearly three times the rate of other state residents. That's
44:15
according to a new study by the University of California
44:18
Berkeley researchers. The first report to explore how
44:21
farmworkers are disproportionately affected by
44:24
the pandemic. The report also found farm workers who only
44:28
spoken indigenous language had higher positivity rates and
44:31
farmworkers who spoke Spanish or English.
44:37
Did you hear this?
44:39
So what is that depends on what language you speak. Um, it was
44:43
the report also found farm workers who only spoken
44:46
indigenous language had higher positivity rates and farmworkers
44:50
who spoke Spanish or English. So what I take away from that at
44:55
face value is we're not communicating in the right
44:59
language.
45:00
Because indigenous people, I don't know what that means, but
45:03
around the world, it could be all kinds of things.
45:08
American Indians Aborigines
45:13
that guess because we don't communicate to them properly. Or
45:16
maybe she's insinuating. They're stupid.
45:19
I think she's insinuating they're stupid. They should
45:22
learn English, or Spanish, or Spanish even. Hmm. That is
45:29
weird. Well, I mean, she's not I don't think she thinks she's
45:31
doing that. But that's in the report. So you might as well I
45:35
mean, what else gonna mean? Because the problem with Amy and
45:39
that entire news operation, if you want to call it that news
45:43
reading, as they never try to explain anything, they just,
45:47
they they're just almost like flat reporters, they report and
45:51
they leave you hanging, like why they leave you, you know,
45:55
reporting is who went one who, what, when, where and why. They
45:59
always leave the why out there's never a why answered? And there
46:04
was a good example right there. Why, yeah.
46:07
I want to know why.
46:11
David, Democracy Now never addresses why. And when they do,
46:15
it's usually just with some propaganda. Didn't democracy
46:18
now. Don't they have a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation?
46:21
Oh, they got grants from everybody. We should be so like,
46:24
well, I'm just stating that for people who you are new coming to
46:29
the show, because you heard about it during the Rona. Or
46:34
maybe you saw me on the Joe Rogan or whatever it is. Go take
46:39
a look at event 201 people have asked Hey, have you seen this?
46:42
It's crazy. They set this up? Yeah, yeah. Hello 10 months ago.
46:47
And if you go to if you go to Bing it.io bi n gi t.io. That is
46:52
the official no agenda show search engine which are many's
46:55
but this one I use. And you put an event to a one you will get
46:59
John's clips, which were excellent, excellently
47:02
categorized, and many more articles, etc about this. And so
47:07
that would make sense that democracy now is a part of the
47:10
live version of event event. 201. So say whatever is that
47:14
that's the problem with money.
47:17
Probably it has control. It has control is the problem with
47:21
corporate money with an agenda. There you go. Money itself is
47:25
fine. All right. The last one here's our world report around
47:30
the world is swinging from country to country and is always
47:33
locking down. I don't know what's going to happen. Italy
47:35
recorded 993 new COVID-19 deaths Thursday a daily record. The
47:40
Italian government's declared a national curfew and said
47:44
Thursday it will bar people from traveling between regions over
47:47
the Christmas and New Year holidays. Iran's official
47:51
Coronavirus cases count top 1 million on Thursday in October,
47:56
a member of Iran's Medical Association said the true death
47:59
toll in Iran could be four times higher than the official number,
48:02
which now stands at nearly 50,000. In the Gaza Strip
48:06
officials have ordered schools and mosques to close as part of
48:10
a partial lockdown as more than 800, New covid 19 cases were
48:14
confirmed Thursday. Among those infected are senior members of
48:18
Hamas, including its leader. Yeah, yes. Anwar, what Hamas has
48:24
been infected. She's got to stop saying people are infected. It's
48:30
just not true.
48:32
Because Because the PCR shows something doesn't mean you're
48:35
infected and seething with virus. I'm telling you, I think
48:41
they put an end to this real quick if they made them check
48:44
everyone with the same exact test with the same revenue, you
48:47
know, the same cycles for for AIDS as tuberculosis and maybe a
48:54
half a dozen people wouldn't want to test so fast as what
48:56
you're saying.
48:58
Well, yeah, cuz you're gonna come up positive.
49:02
Even
49:04
the Baltimore Ravens, you know, they had their their guys test
49:07
positive. And as part of the shaming, as we know, it's like,
49:11
well, you clearly didn't do it, right. You didn't mask up, you
49:15
didn't follow the rules. You're probably a republican Trump
49:18
lover. That's why you're sick.
49:21
So they had to counter that narrative was true. They had to
49:24
counter that narrative. And they came up with a good one, which
49:28
is a well there were at least four unique strains of COVID-19
49:33
found inside our facility. Three of the four were stopped and not
49:37
spread. Unfortunately, the fourth was a highly contagious
49:40
strain and spread throughout before we can get to it. I mean,
49:44
this is this is the thing this is fantasy, fantasy and for
49:49
those of you in question, if you if you test positive if you feel
49:54
sick if you contract the this virus
50:00
It's not your fault. It's not your fault. It's It's like
50:05
saying, you know that got well that's like the guy. We played
50:08
that clip from that YouTuber who was crying. Yeah, yes.
50:14
I did everything right. I did everything right, I still got
50:18
it.
50:20
I think a lot of people that have that kind of attitude and
50:23
you have that kind of reaction make themselves sick. I think
50:26
that I think yes, good. Porsche suffers. They're psychosomatic.
50:33
Oh, definitely. And that's what the undercover nurse told us in
50:36
March as well. It's a people coming in have severe anxiety.
50:39
That's why they have heart palpitations, shortness of
50:41
breath. They're freaking out in New York at the time.
50:46
Here's deal going on that the media has done nothing, you
50:49
know, you can take this like stock market reports. You can
50:53
take a look at anything up or down and spin it in a positive
50:58
manner or a negative manner. They have done nothing and you
51:02
can spend this entire situation in a very positive manner if you
51:06
wanted to. But they don't want to No, of course not.
51:11
This is an excellent example of shaming certainly at the end of
51:14
the clip, and it also shows you that you do not want to mess
51:17
around in Maryland, as a guy is going to jail for a year. Sean
51:22
Marshall Myers will spend a year in jail in Charles County,
51:25
Maryland. He was arrested around seven months ago after officers
51:29
found more than 50 people hanging out around a bonfire at
51:33
his home when COVID restrictions were at their strictest and this
51:38
gentleman was ridiculous. Charles County State's Attorney
51:41
Tony Covington tells me police arrested Myers at his home for
51:45
refusing to comply with Governor Larry Hogan emergency order
51:49
against large gatherings of more than 10 people at the beginning
51:53
of the pandemic in March. The sheriff's office says it was the
51:56
second time Myers hosted a large gathering at his house. And he
52:00
was accused of being argumentative with officers in
52:03
both time today, Myers was sentenced to one year in jail, a
52:06
$5,000 fine, and three years on supervised probation. These
52:11
decisions were made for the public good for people safety.
52:14
We've got 200,000 people dead because of the attitudes that
52:20
Mr. Myers demonstrated that particular day. That's the
52:24
problem, whoever that guy is su brother.
52:29
And that's that Hogan character. We brought him into the show
52:33
some time ago. And she was he was interviewed by Margaret
52:37
Hoover. And the two of them were just hating on Trump. And he's a
52:41
republican. He's like one of these worse than a rhino types.
52:45
Guys a creep. Yeah. But this is this is the narrative is 200.
52:51
Now it's 300,000 people are dead because of people like you
52:56
because you now, you thought that adding a little bit of
53:01
reverb to Amy talking about how the United States is number one
53:06
would be great. But it's number one, it's nothing nothing
53:11
compared to the UK health minister, who really really
53:15
knows they're number one, as the UK is the first to administer
53:20
the vaccine. And lastly, did the fact that Britain is in the
53:25
process of unhas Brexit it did that mean we got the vaccination
53:28
a world first ahead of the US and the EU? Yes or no? Do you
53:32
believe Secretary of State? Well, I just reckon we've got
53:35
the very best people in this country and we've obviously got
53:37
the best medical regulators much better than the French had much
53:40
better than the Belgians have much better than the Americans
53:42
now that doesn't surprise me at all because we're much better
53:45
country than every single one. So it did help that we Yeah, I
53:54
someone lying when they do that.
53:56
Let's listen again. That doesn't surprise me so because we're
53:59
much better country than every single one. So it did help that
54:02
we Brexit it finally, II to get back there. No, no, no, it's
54:08
just a stutter, right? It's not it, there's no underlying
54:11
meaning.
54:13
The guy's going to full on CPU overload
54:18
is like his hard drive and writing fast enough that was
54:21
finished in our medical regulator making it happen means
54:24
that people in this country are going to be the first ones in
54:27
the Western world to get that fat fire or in the world to get
54:30
that Pfizer vaccine. Real competitive advantage, but you
54:34
know who it's down to. It's down to those brilliant brilliant
54:37
clinicians in the regulator who's made it happen so fast. So
54:42
this is a problem because this is not just the vaccines. This
54:46
is not any vaccine. It's the Pfizer vaccine. This plug will
54:52
not stand as we know the eggs are in the modern a basket
54:58
ladies and gentlemen. This is the
55:00
One that Fauci has a patent is a part of the patent. That's how
55:04
it works. By the way, it's all it's all aboveboard, when the
55:08
National Institutes of Health and certainly Fauci US
55:13
Department of death, when they work on stuff with the
55:16
pharmaceuticals, they are listed and added to the patents and get
55:20
payments to get royalty Pat payments for that. So Fauci
55:24
he poo pooed it. And he said, this is maybe maybe not the
55:29
smartest thing to do. The BBC has a very good report of what
55:34
he said that offended and the rather lengthy as sucking he did
55:40
to get back in good graces with Pfizer, because has nothing to
55:43
do with you, UK has nothing to do with your health, or the
55:46
vaccine. It only has to do with the money. And the promotion of
55:51
Pfizer, which we identified on the show hat was the one to win,
55:55
according to our insiders. Now Madonna is not rolled out yet.
56:00
That has not been the choice of the UK. And it's a problem for
56:03
Dr. Fauci, UK announced yesterday, it will become the
56:06
first country in the world to approve that vaccine, meaning
56:09
mass injections can begin next week in Britain, in defending
56:12
the approach of America's regulator, which is more
56:15
cautious to Anthony Fauci initially took a swipe at
56:17
Britain accusing its regulators of taking a shortcut. In an
56:21
interview on CBS News, if we had jumped over the hurdle here
56:26
quickly and inappropriately to gain an extra week or a week and
56:30
a half, I think that the credibility of our regulatory
56:34
process would have been damaged, and we would have more people.
56:38
You know, I love the Brits. They're great. They're good
56:40
scientists. But they just took the data from the Pfizer
56:43
company, and instead of scrutinizing it really, really
56:46
carefully, they said, Okay, let's move it. That's it. And
56:49
they went with it. Now, how about that, huh? He saw he's
56:53
giving it to them.
56:55
And I think the most egregious accusation is Oh, they just took
57:00
on face value. It was in the they took the test. Pfizer said,
57:04
Okay, we're good to go. Pfizer says it's good, let's go, we're
57:07
good. They, they believe whatever they were told those
57:10
idiots. So transparent what is going on here? Well, after
57:15
blistering criticism from across the Atlantic in the UK, he told
57:20
me earlier that he apologizes for those comments, and they
57:23
have the utmost respect for his UK scientific colleagues. Now
57:26
listen to this suck up job. First of all, there really has
57:30
been a misunderstanding. And for that,
57:34
for that, I do have great faith in both the scientific community
57:39
and the regulatory community at the UK. And anyone who knows me
57:43
and my relationship with that over literally decades. Know,
57:46
that's the case. Pfizer, I really do love you. I'm sorry, I
57:50
didn't mean that. I was just promoting my own house. I know
57:52
I've got other deals with you. I'm sorry, the point that was
57:55
really trying to make and and I did not make it appropriately
57:59
well, and that's the reason why I welcome the opportunity to get
58:02
on your show, wow, is this, I've never heard him suck like this,
58:06
and say that I do have confidence it came out wrong.
58:09
And that was not the way I meant it to be. In the United States,
58:12
there is such a considerable amount of tension of pushing
58:17
back on the credibility of the safety and the efficacy that
58:23
notice what he's doing. The problem is not that Fauci is a
58:27
commercial a whole. The problem is, Americans are conspiracy
58:32
thinkers. That's the problem, you see, because we don't trust
58:35
the vaccine. So yeah, I mean, it's really it's really the
58:38
Americans, please just don't, I didn't mean that it's their
58:41
fault. If we in the United States had done it as quickly as
58:46
the UK did. And that's no judgment on the way the UK did
58:50
it. And even though my misstatements did come across
58:53
looking that way, that if we had, for example, approved it
58:57
yesterday or tomorrow, they likely would have been pushed
59:01
back on an already scrutinizing society that has really, I
59:07
think, in some respects in the United States, too much
59:10
skepticism about the process. So when we had conversations, and I
59:16
had just had a recent conversation with a UK station,
59:19
the first thing they said was, aha, we beat you to it, we won
59:23
the race. And I wanted to get the point. This is not a race,
59:28
where there's one winner, and one good one and one bad one.
59:31
It's a bunch of companies and a bunch of countries, trying as
59:36
best as possible to get vaccine to their citizens as quickly as
59:41
they could possibly suck up some more to do that in the United
59:44
States. But our process is one that takes more time than was
59:49
taken with the UK. And that's just as the reality I did not
59:54
mean to apply any sloppiness even though it came out that
59:57
way. So if it did, I just
1:00:00
Want to set the record straight? I have a great deal of
1:00:02
confidence in what the UK does both scientifically. And from a
1:00:06
regulatory standpoint. If I somehow came across differently,
1:00:10
I apologize.
1:00:12
Already. Yes. Now, you know what this is all about. Right. Well,
1:00:17
there's, there is something but I don't know if it's well, you
1:00:20
know, it was. It was a simple phone call from the, from the
1:00:24
Pfizer rep that has the CBS account, of course, first a
1:00:28
media buyer.
1:00:31
Yes, we can. Hello, CBS. We heard what you're you put on the
1:00:36
air that kind of demeaned our company when you're Mr. Fauci,
1:00:41
the expert there said that they just read our tech sheet and
1:00:44
we're liars. And I want to point out to you something. Have you
1:00:49
looked at the balance sheet of how much advertising money we
1:00:52
spend with your network compared to Madonna for our boner pill,
1:00:55
which is modern spend with your network? Zero? They've never
1:00:59
done anything. So do you? Are you going to sit there and let
1:01:04
and let this kind of stuff pass? We're not going to put up with
1:01:07
it. Unless you want us to pull all the ads. Every ad we do with
1:01:10
every subsidiary and every company we have anything to do
1:01:13
is we're going to pull from CBS and move it over to NBC. Is that
1:01:15
what you're asking us to do?
1:01:20
there on the phone that that answer real salary? Of course,
1:01:23
there is an actual problem, according to the literature from
1:01:28
Oxford, that the Pfizer vaccine may may result in sterilization.
1:01:38
Which I get that what there's that And don't forget, there's
1:01:42
the other one, it may only last 90 days. Well, yes, that's
1:01:45
another good one. But the sterilization has put the
1:01:48
conspiracy theories into high gear, obviously, I have not
1:01:53
heard this. Oh, yeah, it's good. And it's backed up, I think
1:01:56
poorly. But I did want to play this short clip, by Sir john
1:02:01
bell of Oxford. He's also a member of GAVI, which is the the
1:02:05
vaccine Alliance headed by gates, the genius for GAVI and
1:02:09
sage, which is the advisory organization to the UK
1:02:14
Government. And he said this in a in an interview, which I think
1:02:19
was his old, I think it's at least a month old, but it's
1:02:22
going around as see. So I'm hoping that's going to happen
1:02:27
pretty smartly this autumn. But then don't forget there, these
1:02:32
vaccines are unlikely to completely sterilize the
1:02:35
population, they're
1:02:37
unlikely to sterilize the complete population. Now. I
1:02:42
believe he meant as in that would clean you have any
1:02:45
infection these infected you know, but as as a as a high end,
1:02:53
sir, no, no less from PR agencies exists? Yeah. What did
1:02:58
he use a different term inoculated? Wouldn't that be the
1:03:01
term, but he says sterilized. And it only plays into the
1:03:07
classic Bill Gates, Ted Talk, this equation has four factors,
1:03:11
little bit of multiplication. So you've got a thing on the left
1:03:14
field two that you want to get to zero. And that's going to be
1:03:17
based on the number of people, the services, each person
1:03:22
choosing, on average, the energy on average for each service, and
1:03:27
the co2 being put out, a per unit of energy. So let's look at
1:03:31
each one of these and see how we can get this down to zero.
1:03:36
Probably one of these numbers is going to have to get pretty near
1:03:39
to zero. That's fact from high school algebra, but let's let's
1:03:43
take a look. First, we've got population, the world today has
1:03:48
6.8 billion people, that's headed up to about 9 billion.
1:03:52
Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, healthcare,
1:03:57
reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10
1:04:00
or 15%. He's always talking about having less people after
1:04:04
saving their lives. I've never understood this now. There's a
1:04:08
possibility that we can connect the dots. Vaccines will reduce
1:04:12
the population it I don't see how that works, but he always
1:04:16
puts it in the list of
1:04:18
reproductive care
1:04:21
and vaccines that will lower that will lower the population
1:04:25
and his reckoning with that as well. In the poor countries,
1:04:28
people have 18 children because they know half of them are going
1:04:30
to die. I don't know. But you can see rationale for the whole
1:04:34
you can see why in combination was information from Pfizer
1:04:38
itself that they're not quite sure if this will sterilize it.
1:04:41
This will sterilize people general public. Now, we have
1:04:46
nothing to worry about. Because it doesn't matter what vaccine
1:04:49
is showing up. Everyone's gonna take it. Especially you can
1:04:53
Denae Viens here's your health minister again, but will you as
1:04:57
the Chief Medical Officer of health in any way make something
1:05:00
Sort of mandatory vaccination recommendation. So similar to
1:05:05
our all our immunization programs in the province of
1:05:08
Ontario,
1:05:10
and we have some special acts related to that, like
1:05:12
demonization of school pupils act, etc. We can't force someone
1:05:17
to take a vaccine. That's clear. And because we want to make sure
1:05:21
that people say, is the only book I would want it. And we
1:05:25
want to make sure we have all the information they need, as
1:05:27
well as all the safety information, etc. What we can do
1:05:31
is to say sometimes for access, or ease and get into certain
1:05:35
settings, if you don't have vaccination, then you're not
1:05:38
allowed into that setting without other protection and
1:05:40
promotional materials. So what made it mandatory is proof of
1:05:45
immunization vaccination was a proper product, in order to have
1:05:48
latitude and freedom to move around in certain, like access
1:05:52
into long term care facilities or the hospital different things
1:05:54
without wearing other types of form of personal protective
1:05:57
equipment, etc. Same as a school attendance may be much like our
1:06:01
other vaccines, we haven't gone there yet, but we would make it
1:06:05
mandatory for access in and sometimes be excluded if there's
1:06:10
a risk or hazard going on. So it's more of
1:06:13
facility of movement and around that not that someone is going
1:06:17
to be forced to take it against their will.
1:06:20
So this is a reason to go to COVID freedom past.com and tell
1:06:23
all your friends, it truly will free your mind of everything
1:06:27
that you're being told. And it appears to me that we need to
1:06:30
keep a very close eye on any stimulus or rescue package that
1:06:36
may or may not come out before the end of the year. There's a
1:06:39
lot of talk about it. And let's pay very close attention to what
1:06:42
the sectors that goes to. I guarantee you if a lot of money
1:06:46
is going into airlines, they probably will come up with some
1:06:49
kind of requirement for proof of test or proof of vaccination.
1:06:53
Because it's government government money, they will they
1:06:55
will Why have the government be the bad guy, when you can just
1:06:59
pay the commercial and sector to do it for you. Just like spying
1:07:04
it's a good point. Just like spying it's the same thing. Why
1:07:07
would we spy we'll just buy it from you guys commercially,
1:07:09
stupid citizens give it to Facebook and Google and Twitter
1:07:13
willingly, willingly.
1:07:17
Not going to be so easy in the United States, particularly
1:07:21
amongst the black and brown communities, who are always
1:07:25
talked about as such in the mainstream.
1:07:28
Because the black and brown communities of America are not
1:07:31
stupid, and they've learned from their own history. Tuskegee
1:07:35
anyone, just trusting communities of color is not just
1:07:38
a small town problem. It's nationwide, a study conducted in
1:07:41
September, exploring the issue in black and Latino communities
1:07:45
found just 14% of black people, and only 34% of Latinos trust a
1:07:51
vaccine will be safe. It's like, it's almost to me like a fear,
1:07:55
like I have a phobia of needles. I'm almost at the point where I
1:07:59
have a phobia doctors, Carmen Bailey was diagnosed with
1:08:02
COVID-19. In April, Bailey says she avoided medical help,
1:08:06
because she feels she has been poorly treated by doctors in the
1:08:09
past. Now the grandmother of three suffers from adverse
1:08:13
effects with her heart, lungs, and kidneys. Sometimes I could
1:08:16
barely walk alongside of her know what to do, what she will
1:08:22
not do is take a backseat. We don't know any kind of side
1:08:25
effects from them.
1:08:28
So I just really felt like at this point where it's people
1:08:32
that's gonna take that vaccine as guinea pigs
1:08:36
are gonna Yes.
1:08:38
I just felt like you. We don't know enough. In the I was
1:08:43
looking at the Pfizer stuff going through the sterilization
1:08:46
part. They were I think only of the there was like only 15
1:08:51
African Americans in the entire trial of 30,000. I don't
1:08:56
understand that may not maybe it maybe I don't have the right
1:08:58
data. But that seemed a little under under represented to me.
1:09:02
But we have nothing. So numbers that seem higher than that there
1:09:05
was a percentage and it was something like
1:09:08
it was like that was 15% I may have misread it. But even then
1:09:12
that's a little low.
1:09:14
Particularly because we know that they suffer
1:09:17
disproportionately.
1:09:20
But don't worry, we have help. It's all gonna be okay, even
1:09:24
though you're gonna take the vaccine. And you know why?
1:09:27
Because of this guy.
1:09:30
Anthony falchi tells me this vaccine is safe.
1:09:35
And can
1:09:37
vaccinate
1:09:40
immunize you from getting COVID? Absolutely. I'm going to take
1:09:43
it. I may end up on TV or having a film just so that people know
1:09:49
that. You know,
1:09:53
do I trust this science
1:10:00
Few people that are actually experienced in science. In other
1:10:03
words, never don't have a degree in science never worked in
1:10:05
science to have anything to do with science are the ones who
1:10:07
say that. Oh, yeah, I'm sure. I'm sure. Now, I want to read
1:10:11
this. I want to read this little report we got from anonymous.
1:10:15
Hi, Adam.
1:10:18
Here's the UAE cases continue to hear they continue to climb. But
1:10:22
the government's opinion is that this is normal. And they're
1:10:25
opening everything. restaurants, bars, gyms, weddings, house
1:10:28
parties and on schools have been open since September. Oh, and if
1:10:32
you've ever been here, it's hot. I've been there. It's very hot.
1:10:35
damn hot, he says. So none of this outdoor dining rubbish.
1:10:38
We're all inside an air conditioned space is no problem
1:10:42
to downsizes you can't talk about it. So nobody talks about
1:10:45
it because of the authoritarian state. And they don't it's not
1:10:49
publicized.
1:10:51
So everything's normal and lots of parts of the world and
1:10:54
because of I don't know what what the deal is with these
1:10:57
what? They're just annoying to me. Well, no and British
1:11:02
Government. Yeah. I mean, look at us. Texas is open. We have no
1:11:06
restrictions. Adler trying to make some noise, but he can't
1:11:10
he's been totally discredited. And we're having a pretty damn
1:11:14
good life. We have one of Tina's friends is over from Chicago. We
1:11:17
went out last night we went to mangoes fish market which was
1:11:21
open and as full as they can be for the day. Of course they do
1:11:24
have some restrictions, but completely packed for what
1:11:27
they've got. Meanwhile, the only thing opened in California is I
1:11:31
think the the weed dispensaries are open if I'm not mistaken. So
1:11:35
there's that as the weed dispensary is that for you?
1:11:38
Definitely open.
1:11:41
So French Laundry is open. Yeah. Now, should there be a problem
1:11:47
with compliance and people willing to take the vaccine? All
1:11:52
we have to do is talk to Larry Larry Lightfoot, I've learned
1:11:56
from our Chicago friend. That's what they call her in Chicago
1:11:58
now. Lori Lightfoot Mayor Lori Lightfoot is known as Larry.
1:12:02
And this I thought it would be a color bait Beetlejuice because
1:12:06
she said that but she's no no everyone calls it Larry. Larry
1:12:09
Lightfoot, which is bad enough, don't have to go to the
1:12:13
Beetlejuice. But she was asked about this. And well, she knows
1:12:16
exactly how to take care of this problem. Would you support
1:12:19
vaccine mandates?
1:12:22
Well, look, I always think it's better to educate people into
1:12:24
compliance if we can. But we can't live in a world where only
1:12:28
certain people are taking a vaccine, and some are opting
1:12:31
out. That won't help anybody and that will perpetuate the spread
1:12:34
of this incredibly deadly violent virus. So we're looking
1:12:37
at a range of options, but our first choice, obviously, is
1:12:41
educating people into compliance. I love this term
1:12:45
educate. Wait, yes. How is it incredibly deadly when the stats
1:12:50
clearly show that it's under 1%? You need to be educated and
1:12:55
compliance young man. You haven't been paying attention we
1:12:59
need to educate you into compliance
1:13:03
is not the same thing as telling people to obey.
1:13:08
You must obey not you will obey you will obey you will obey you
1:13:13
will obey. Educate into compliance.
1:13:19
That's it That's reeducation camp. If you don't that's just
1:13:23
rude if you don't pay careful attention. Yes, the reeducation
1:13:28
camp. Let me see what else I have. The New York Times says
1:13:33
the true pandemic toll in the US is is in reality 345,000 we
1:13:38
haven't counted right. So shut up, slay Oh, yeah, we're low.
1:13:42
Yeah, we're low on the count.
1:13:46
When I was looking over that the Canadian producers sent over
1:13:49
this information about the COVID cases. I'm going to read this
1:13:54
because I left a important piece of information out.
1:13:59
There's a piece of information missing with the picture of the
1:14:01
hospitalizations caused by the covid virus done by people that
1:14:04
go to the hospital. They get tested, when they are
1:14:07
hospitalized for whatever reason, and both situations have
1:14:10
been added to the total that apparently I know here in
1:14:12
Canada, everyone who is admitted to the hospital and test
1:14:14
positive with a PCR is added to the official hospitalization
1:14:18
total of covid patients, even if they're not in their symptoms,
1:14:22
and the reason they're in the hospital wasn't the virus. Yeah,
1:14:26
this is a medical scam. Medical scam, medical industry scam.
1:14:34
Well,
1:14:36
one more thing, one more thing on the vaccines. There's
1:14:40
a fact sheet going around Well, actually, what was this this was
1:14:47
about side effects from the vaccine and yeah, there's the
1:14:50
typical things that you know, pain in the arm pain in the ass,
1:14:53
etc, etc. But a lot of the literature is now changing some
1:14:58
percept or trying to change
1:15:00
Perception when we were looking at the vaccine industry, and
1:15:04
just to recall how we got interested in it, I came across
1:15:08
the financial conference in 2010. I want to say 2000, maybe
1:15:12
even earlier 2009 It was during swine flu. Okay, it had to be
1:15:17
earlier early than that. And the
1:15:22
it was a financial conference at all the pharmaceutical
1:15:25
companies, everyone agreed. This was a hundreds of billions of
1:15:29
dollar industry because we could make vaccines for everything in
1:15:32
the future. This is really what Madonna is, by the way, this was
1:15:37
that era, that same error when you discovered this PowerPoint,
1:15:42
that within a year, they were coming up, remember the vaccines
1:15:46
for smoking,
1:15:48
overweight, all of that none of them were vaccines in the in the
1:15:52
least, but they were trying to get in under the umbrella of the
1:15:56
liability issues, right. Which is obviously still there. Now
1:16:02
with
1:16:04
the vaccines,
1:16:07
the one thing we bumped up against is the use of adjuvant.
1:16:11
And as humans, we kind of concluded if I recall, in an
1:16:14
unscientific manner, we're a little dodgy because they work
1:16:18
as a form of hamburger helper,
1:16:21
to really kickstart the exact same phrase you use back 10
1:16:25
years. That's why I remember it.
1:16:27
So now we have a subhead in these articles, vaccine.
1:16:31
adjuvants bring the danger we need.
1:16:36
And they're explaining how, particularly with these mRNA
1:16:40
vaccines that your immune system still need some kind of
1:16:44
Kickstart to start
1:16:47
producing
1:16:49
antibody antibodies against whatever is invaded you like
1:16:52
spikes, yes. And that mRNA may not be enough. So they add some
1:16:57
of this Agilent, which just just makes you your body think that
1:17:04
you're being attacked. And we've seen some bad results from over
1:17:10
use of edge events. But now it's being here, edge events are
1:17:14
safe, but designed to inflame. So the I think this is all part
1:17:19
of the education process, which we've seen the survey, we're
1:17:23
seeing the reports, the studies, how do we teach people? So I
1:17:27
think that's kind of good, that going head on by addressing a
1:17:30
lot of the concerns that people have by lying about them, which
1:17:33
is great.
1:17:36
So you just shouldn't worry about anything, just we will re
1:17:40
educate you into compliance.
1:17:44
And the final thing just as a as a conspiracy report, there's a
1:17:47
lot of links now, connecting Anthony Fauci to Mother Teresa
1:17:53
and child smuggling show, just so you know, that's out there.
1:17:58
Apparently, Mother Teresa was not such a Mother Teresa after
1:18:01
all.
1:18:03
No, Christopher Hitchens made a career out of blasting her every
1:18:07
chance he had he just thought she was a horrible, missed all
1:18:11
that. I miss lectured and lectured about this was pretty
1:18:16
funny, because I certainly was the only one. I certainly got
1:18:19
the programming of how to think about Mother Teresa.
1:18:23
But I didn't realize that she was so evil.
1:18:27
Not saying she is I'm just saying that's what we got going
1:18:30
on. He's a saint. So to take us I'd like to take a break in a
1:18:35
minute. And then we got to come back. So we have lots of
1:18:37
election News. I'm going to spoiler upfront, everything is
1:18:42
China's fault. Just so you know, the Wu Han flew the
1:18:48
vote corruption and, and stealing and flipping.
1:18:52
Everything's China. It all points back to China. I'm
1:18:55
letting you know now because that's what you'll be hearing
1:18:57
over the course of the next two months. And let's kick it off
1:19:01
with Gordon Chang, I think respected here on the show.
1:19:05
who hates China, at least the Chinese Communist Party, and he
1:19:09
knows exactly is a major major CCP hate. He's a hater. And he
1:19:14
knows exactly what China is doing. Well, China's efforts to
1:19:17
collect DNA of the world's population have been determined.
1:19:21
I mean, they're not only collecting Chinese people's DNA,
1:19:25
but they're collecting DNA of everybody else. So for instance,
1:19:29
they've been buying up American companies that have DNA
1:19:33
profiles, also, they subsidize the DNA analysis. So if you go
1:19:39
to an ancestry company, chances are that it is actually a
1:19:43
Chinese business that is looking at your DNA. And that of course,
1:19:48
can be shoveled on to the Chinese central government or
1:19:51
Communist Party. Also, there's been hacking. We know that China
1:19:55
hack anthem, which is America's second largest insurance
1:19:58
company, that was
1:20:00
Discovered in January 2015. So there's so many different ways
1:20:04
that China is collecting the DNA to make probably the world's
1:20:09
biggest database of DNA of people on the planet. I think
1:20:13
that China has at least two motivations. Well, first of all,
1:20:17
we know that bio business is very important to them. They
1:20:21
included it in their Natan, China 2025 initiative, which is
1:20:26
a decade long program to dominate certain industries,
1:20:30
including biotechnology. But also there's something sinister
1:20:34
about this. And that is, we have heard reporting from Bill Gertz,
1:20:39
for instance, in The Washington Times that China is probably
1:20:44
trying to develop diseases that target not just everybody, but
1:20:48
target only certain ethnic or racial groups.
1:20:55
And there you go, everybody, I'm glad that you went for your
1:20:59
23andme DNA test good with your ancestry.com DNA test. They're
1:21:03
gonna design diseases for you.
1:21:07
Did we not warn for something like this? Did we not?
1:21:12
Make sure writers have been talking about a targeted genetic
1:21:15
targeting? Which this may have already been years this may have
1:21:19
already been? Yeah, it's very possible. Well, if we look at
1:21:23
the fact that apparently nobody in China, if you're gonna
1:21:27
believe the numbers, has gotten another version, you haven't
1:21:31
gotten COVID, to what, to whatever you want to call it.
1:21:35
They haven't caught this virus in the last nine months are
1:21:39
working at full capacity over there. And there's no cases, but
1:21:43
everyone in the Western world is infected.
1:21:47
Of course, then the whole thing could be a fake on both sides.
1:21:50
But it's beside the point. If we're if we are to take the
1:21:52
numbers at their face value and assume it's all true. Bochum.
1:21:56
China has no cases at all.
1:21:59
Well, here's what I'd like to know.
1:22:02
Where are the dead vaping people
1:22:05
that came in when so fast? Were all the people who died from
1:22:09
vaping they're in the same room where they got hunter Biden's
1:22:12
laptop. Here's the theory I've been working on
1:22:16
in so I vape constantly I vape and it's propylene glycol and
1:22:24
nicotine obviously, isn't it in these vaccines is also
1:22:28
polyethylene glycol, which is not far from the stuff that
1:22:33
that is used for the theater smoke and the and and the vape
1:22:36
vaporization.
1:22:39
These AC two receptors that we talked about way in the
1:22:43
beginning and there was difference in people who were
1:22:45
smokers did or didn't get
1:22:49
the COVID I have a feeling that a combination of certainly the
1:22:54
nicotine and propylene glycol has been proven we have lab
1:22:58
tests on and you can look it up being a.io has been proven to
1:23:02
kill Corona vaccine on the minute it comes in contact with
1:23:06
Corona virus. Corona, thank you. I'm doing a reverse. You're
1:23:09
doing the same thing everyone else is doing. I did a reverse I
1:23:12
said vaccine instead of diverse. Yeah, so that's better. But
1:23:16
you're right. Stop me on that stuff. The AC two receptors,
1:23:21
apparently and I said it is very similar. The nicotine somehow
1:23:26
attracts the corona virus. This is just a sum. I'm not a
1:23:31
scientist. So I'll just say at the end I'll say science and you
1:23:33
believe me, and that the Coronavirus has tricked away
1:23:37
from your own AC two receptors and tries to bind to the
1:23:41
nicotine. So all I'm just pulling it out together and
1:23:44
saying maybe they wanted to get kids in particular off of the
1:23:49
vape sticks because we needed to get them infected. And we even
1:23:53
try it a little bit later on by saying ha if you if you vape
1:23:56
you're definitely going to get more infected which isn't it
1:23:59
clearly I have not there's every reason for me to have been
1:24:03
deathly ill every reason you take vitamin D three through
1:24:08
three you might you if you're going to continue on this line
1:24:11
of thinking please play the theremin in the background.
1:24:13
Okay, I will and with that I'd like to thank you for your
1:24:15
encouragement to see in the morning to you the man who put
1:24:18
in the scene educating into compliance john
1:24:27
well in the morning to you Mr. Adam Curry also in the morning
1:24:29
all ships and sea boots on the ground feet in the air subs in
1:24:32
the water and all the days and nights out there. Are you
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1:25:46
want to read
1:25:49
briefly since he sent a note and we couldn't find it on the last.
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I think he became an instant night David Fox. I just wanted
1:25:57
to read this note I paraphrase it somewhere along the along the
1:26:00
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girl who'd also track me down at the hospital. The no agenda
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producer network swung into full effect making sure I was okay. I
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had someone checking up on me 24 seven, all of them people that
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have no agenda social talk about value for value and could not
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agree more. And that is indeed exactly what's going on over
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there. It's really beautiful.
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And thank you to farm slave. No, that can't be farm slave. Let me
1:26:57
get the right. That was the previous one. Let me go back and
1:27:01
get the right we had show 1300
1:27:07
and that's interesting. Why show 1300 not showing up here on my
1:27:11
Oh, there we go. title that was electrical college. And the
1:27:14
artwork. Well, we went with mountain J's very nice 1300 with
1:27:20
blood like
1:27:22
letters, vampire letters. We had an audio waveform, our classic
1:27:27
mic. They was just kind of a beautiful piece with the white
1:27:32
background. So it looks good on the white webpages. The best
1:27:35
podcast in history was the the monochrome this one.
1:27:40
And did we have anything we needed to discuss about this
1:27:44
about? Well, there was there was a lot of art lacking. Now I wish
1:27:48
you'd mentioned some of the artists so they can fit on a
1:27:51
show like 1300 or even Thanksgiving Christmas maybe
1:27:55
special dates. Yeah, the special day shows
1:27:59
it's might not be a bad idea to do something dramatic to the
1:28:05
day. It's not that often there's maybe 10 a year true, as opposed
1:28:09
to some pawn or something that's funny about some little moment
1:28:12
in the show. The 1300s Show. The most important part of the show
1:28:17
was that it was the 1300s show and it was a lacking number of
1:28:22
people who picked up on that. I was kind of surprised Yeah, well
1:28:26
not everyone knows this but stated as such there was a
1:28:29
couple of there was way too busy. Most of the art just too
1:28:34
much stuff in there too many letters not clear something that
1:28:38
pops off the page. I mean all valiant efforts, no doubt. But I
1:28:43
agree it's the for those types of shows getting the big 1300 or
1:28:48
turkey or Santa Claus or something like that is kind of
1:28:52
what you want. And for those of you on a podcasting 2.0
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compatible app you can see all these this art that we're
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talking about right now if you look at your screen go to new
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agenda show and we have as part of our time talent and treasure
1:29:09
value for value system where you get back whatever you get out of
1:29:11
it. Not only do we have the great artists Thank you no
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agenda our generator calm. But we have our executive producers
1:29:17
and associate executive producers to thank right now in
1:29:21
starting with
1:29:23
a
1:29:26
matt love well.
1:29:29
Matt is in McCool kita makikita I don't know how to pronounce
1:29:34
this and it's an Iowa of all places mukluk maquoketa Macaca
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mK makikita I think
1:29:42
I would go with McQueen maquoketa Matt qwaqwa $1,000 and
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$51,000 ISO five Oh, nice. And thank you for that I wanted to
1:29:54
make sure your stockings were full this saint next day I was
1:29:57
hitting the mouth by my generous brother.
1:30:00
Mike from MAC Walker rock rock who donated $556 for me in
1:30:06
October, I would like to return the favor and get him to the
1:30:09
roundtable where he belongs. Before the Corning festivities,
1:30:14
the coordinator money coming coming coming in are you
1:30:19
thankful for some mac and cheese and a long cut Sharpton, both of
1:30:24
which are plentiful now but will soon be hard to come by. Mike
1:30:29
can pick up his own night name. But if he had to pick one, if I
1:30:32
had to pick one farmer would be Mike Knight of all tradition.
1:30:37
Lastly, is in need of a deducing we have that
1:30:43
you've been reduced.
1:30:46
So, okay, so he'll be on the list and you'll be a use didn't
1:30:50
give him executive producer credit. So you'll you'll get
1:30:53
that.
1:30:55
That's not the right mac and cheese.
1:30:58
I'm sorry, what is this then? President Trump said that
1:31:02
because of the killing of Al Baghdadi make
1:31:08
the world a better place. And I wouldn't give credit to he and
1:31:14
those that were responsible for it. But we have a lot of work
1:31:18
that must still be done in the area of terrorism in the same
1:31:24
area of the world where al Baghdadi Baghdadi was
1:31:30
in our own nation. They're your slaves with the mac and cheese
1:31:36
macaroni and cheese melted together mac and cheese mac and
1:31:41
cheese mac and cheese.
1:31:44
There you go. Matt thank you very much for your courage. On
1:31:48
word with
1:31:49
Jenny Jenny Jenny j Naples Massey in Arvada, Colorado $588
1:31:56
and 90 cents. And she sent a PDF file of all things.
1:32:02
Letter of explanation to bat coin.
1:32:05
I tried emailing an image that I took. I took it was a coin I
1:32:09
found and changing my original donation mentioning the bat coin
1:32:12
on your show back in June but it must not have gone through as
1:32:15
Adam properly debunked the coin. So to clarify, this quarter has
1:32:20
actually been in circulation all year. Yes, I was incorrect. And
1:32:24
I believe I stated such well I don't believe you did because I
1:32:29
didn't I don't remember any of this. Yeah, I think I remember
1:32:33
being quite strong about this as bullcrap that it was a
1:32:37
commemorative coin. But it's not. It was an actual quarter.
1:32:41
That was minted with the bat. With a bat. Yeah. With the
1:32:46
baseball bat. No a bat as in a Wu Han flu bat. What was the
1:32:51
point?
1:32:53
Well, there's a vampire coin. I'm not getting that it's Yeah,
1:32:56
it was it was okay. There was a quarter that people were finding
1:32:59
a 25 uS 25 cent quarter that had a bat on the on one side. You
1:33:05
know this Really? Yes. Is it a collectible?
1:33:09
Oh,
1:33:10
by the way I am and I like coins I keep going about this. I
1:33:14
can't.
1:33:16
Okay, here it is. A quarter with a bet on it will be this is from
1:33:20
Cincinnati will be minted in the new year. It's part of the
1:33:22
United States Mint America the Beautiful quarters program which
1:33:25
honors national parks and other national sites across the Texas
1:33:29
that
1:33:31
impossibly Yeah, I think so. Yeah. Yeah, I think and now I
1:33:35
started to remember I think they had something to do with San
1:33:36
Antonio, Texas. Well, Austin is the we've got the bat bridge. I
1:33:41
thought the San Antonio had more bats than Austin. It's actually
1:33:44
it's so creepy. If you look at this because I'm looking at a
1:33:47
blow up of it. It's two bats one is hanging upside down has a
1:33:50
baby bat in it's Tony Hawk. It's super creepy.
1:33:55
So she sent them in the Pio box if I want one I def I never got
1:34:00
it back. Sorry. I remember something like this. I think it
1:34:05
is It was so long ago. I just bet she says to settle the mail
1:34:08
that prove a quarter each of you I hope he was hoping to package
1:34:11
your eyes you for the show. Well, I didn't. I have seen the
1:34:14
coins coming through. If I see it. I'll put it aside for you.
1:34:17
As I own a restaurant in Denver, it took a little while for one
1:34:20
of the coins to come through my restaurants cash deposits. It
1:34:23
was great, random fun for my marriage. As we looked to the
1:34:27
two coins we mailed to you both couples that no agenda together
1:34:31
do indeed stay together. Apparently, thanks for the bad
1:34:33
coin. We look forward to every show and often find ourselves
1:34:37
quoting the clips randomly to friends that time. Like it's
1:34:40
true with no explanation except it's a good one. No explanation.
1:34:45
Just do it. I tell you but I'd have to hit you in the mouse.
1:34:49
Most of the time. They're intrigued and we have grown our
1:34:52
no agenda community within our friend and family circles.
1:34:55
That's a plus. A lot of people can't manage that. No agenda has
1:34:58
kept me sane through all this.
1:35:00
insanity the value is far more than I can afford to send today.
1:35:03
But this amount brings me to Dame hood. County attached nice
1:35:07
if available. I would love to be known as Dame Valentine of the
1:35:12
bluebird powder region. I think she's on the list, isn't she?
1:35:15
Yes, she is. Thank you for your courage gentlemen and john, stay
1:35:19
safe. A little goat karma for my restaurant would be greatly
1:35:24
appreciated with gratitude.
1:35:31
Karma
1:35:33
I'm gonna just get her did I? What did she want at the
1:35:35
roundtable? I'm sorry, I missed that. Oh, yeah, I have the PDF.
1:35:40
I just have to open it up again. I have to I can get it back.
1:35:46
You can county attached you can go No, nothing. Nothing. Okay,
1:35:49
go ahead and read the next one. We're all good.
1:35:55
Okay, oh, Dave fukase. Oh, Duke of America's Heartland and the
1:35:58
Arabian Peninsula is back. Nice. Hello. But is he back? I don't
1:36:02
think he's back. I don't think he's back from Asia is back on
1:36:05
the list. Poor guy 390 30 Gladstone, Missouri.
1:36:11
He should go to neon while you're there. You know, there's
1:36:14
a apparently What's his name? Dave Kirschner, whatever his
1:36:19
name is. And some other guys I guess maybe pompeyo they're
1:36:22
gonna go meet to Prince Krishna in Saudi Arabia before the term
1:36:26
is up so de fukase Otto has been locked up in the United Arab
1:36:29
Emirates for 18 years and this is your this is your great idea
1:36:33
for him. Oh, you should go see those guys. He should he should
1:36:37
go to the horrible the guy's been locked up. He can't leave.
1:36:41
He's there he might have to go check stuff out. True.
1:36:45
I have a clip I want to play
1:36:48
it This is how important it is to go see me I'm
1:36:52
just play this addition before us because Oh, nice to hear
1:36:55
this. This is the neon rundown.
1:36:59
Oh, there it is. Neon will be massive, over 10,000 square
1:37:03
miles or over 26,000 square kilometers that will make it
1:37:07
more than 33
1:37:10
times larger than New York City and a little less than the size
1:37:13
of Massachusetts located in the northwest corner of Saudi
1:37:17
Arabia. Neon loosely connects the three continents of Africa
1:37:21
Asia and Europe and hopes to be a leading global hub
1:37:27
neon size of massive a city the size of Massachusetts and we
1:37:30
invest in neon yellow Yeah, isn't a strategy kidding.
1:37:35
I need to exit exit this earth we need to go to neon neon Neon
1:37:39
is the place why I put that in there because there's the code
1:37:42
word in there and 33 and so it was nice to get that message he
1:37:46
knows what's up that's a squirrel nest going on. He
1:37:48
writes on it the company recently with details to follow
1:37:52
as things start to settle out suffice it to say I respectfully
1:37:55
respectfully suggest the TPP jobs karma with a deliberate aim
1:38:00
in my general direction you got it. It's also time to once again
1:38:04
celebrate my end day Melody's nuptials 17 years and we never
1:38:08
had a fight. That's because you haven't been together for but
1:38:11
maybe Yeah.
1:38:14
How could you fight? Just Dame Isabella's 12th birthday? I
1:38:18
guess you got together for that milestones that at last I'll
1:38:21
celebrate with them from afar as usual Ah, of course. Such a
1:38:26
suspicious happenings are made all the better with a tooth of
1:38:30
the official no agenda celebration horn Hello, and some
1:38:34
terrible terrier karma. Okay, well we can always toot the horn
1:38:38
for you. Congratulations much love from the kingdom yes and
1:38:43
much love from us and from no agenda nation for your 17 years
1:38:47
together
1:38:54
I didn't mean that
1:38:58
that's not what he was looking for. I gave him a dog karma that
1:39:01
was not the idea. This is what he needs.
1:39:09
Karma That's better.
1:39:11
Now you got a double man and that was definitely directed in
1:39:14
you. Now you've got the next one. And this brings up an
1:39:17
interesting point is shortfall this today. Okay. We have no
1:39:23
associate executive producers. It is an interesting thing.
1:39:27
And this is our last for the segment Baron dirty dick banks
1:39:31
who is in Washington DC. And he says congrats on 1301 figured
1:39:35
that might be a letdown after 1300. Yeah, well, there's no
1:39:38
associates wide open. Hello, Dana. A few things. One, my
1:39:43
tired and true method of sending john a wine order or wine label
1:39:47
and getting insight on wine has failed.
1:39:51
This is bad because I think everyone I know
1:39:56
feels that they can text you john at any time of the day.
1:40:00
If there's a picture of a wine bottle or a list, you will reply
1:40:04
so I'm surprised I'm there a surprise this failed. So he goes
1:40:08
on to dirty dirty big banks recently bought a 2015. Bordeaux
1:40:13
case or two. Which is wrong. You want the 2016 No, 2015 is great.
1:40:19
Okay, my honey Sorry, I was unbelievable. I was out looking
1:40:22
for 2016 I didn't know 2020 here's the reason I'll say it
1:40:26
again. I said it before in the show. You can pick it you can
1:40:29
throw a dart at 2016 Bordeaux and it's going to be a winner.
1:40:33
Okay. 2015 Bordeaux's, that is a great year, but only there's a
1:40:38
couple of areas where it's spotty. Hmm, well, that's the
1:40:43
difference. He says he recently bought a 2015 Bordeaux case or
1:40:46
two. And then he says you need to check your email. That to
1:40:51
celebrate my oldest son's birth year more on him in a second.
1:40:54
We'd love 2017 and 19 Bordeaux recommendations to celebrate my
1:40:59
other two boys birth years. I'll continue while you think about
1:41:02
that, too. Thank you I get the sanity you provide myself with a
1:41:07
no agenda chief hater officer, my smokin hot wife who will
1:41:09
never listen to the show because of her corrupted feminist view.
1:41:13
This is a marriage made in heaven are available to keep
1:41:15
things relatively normal for our three boys in difficult times
1:41:18
the fact base statistics and sensible approaches to living
1:41:21
life you've provided on the show, which I then in turn spoon
1:41:24
feed to her unbeknownst to the NA source. Allow us to avoid the
1:41:29
amygdala enlargement hysteria for this antidote to the stereo.
1:41:33
I thank you. My oldest son, Barrett, Alexander bangs, who
1:41:37
was probably screaming as I play this in the car because we're
1:41:40
not playing his favorite Disney songs. Turns five on Monday 12
1:41:45
seven. It's small, small world you feel better now? Barrett,
1:41:50
you are my nugget. I love you. And I'm so proud of you. Poor
1:41:54
Barrett's grandparents, who are my folks and his uncle and aunt,
1:41:57
my brother and his wife have all will have punted on Barrett's
1:42:00
birthday due to the hysteria libtards. The irony, my parents
1:42:05
both already had COVID and as I saw on a recent Wall Street
1:42:08
Journal, a whopping 54 of 200 million cases worldwide have
1:42:12
gotten it twice. Hopefully they're spending my entire shit
1:42:16
hopefully. Hopefully, they're spending my entire inheritance
1:42:21
on the lottery as we speak. Since they're so Special shout
1:42:25
outs to Archer Campbell bangs age three and Colton Reed banks
1:42:28
18 months both probably screaming as well currently
1:42:30
since we aren't playing their Disney songs either. Love you
1:42:33
both and thanks for being such good little brothers too big
1:42:35
brother Barrett. Could use big sales karma to close out the
1:42:39
year and health karma first doctor's appointment in two
1:42:41
years on Monday. I wish I was in bed but alas after traveling to
1:42:44
Disney for Thanksgiving. This is the problem with your family.
1:42:48
You've got to cut back on the Disney mind control for these
1:42:51
children. Please I beg of you. Look up the Wizard of Oz.
1:42:57
After traveling to Disney for Thanksgiving, the boys school is
1:43:00
required. Sorry.
1:43:03
The Wizard of Oz not a Disney product. Yeah, but that's where
1:43:06
it all started.
1:43:09
Okay, all right. You're right. Look at Christina Aguilera. Nuff
1:43:12
said look at Britney Spears. Nuff said. So we hear we'll dam
1:43:16
as the boy school is requiring buys the fastest of Montgomery
1:43:19
County, Maryland, which I used to live in montgomery county.
1:43:22
That's where I where I was for a few years after we came back
1:43:24
from Africa to get zivkovic testing papers prior to them
1:43:28
coming back. So we all got tested negative and I got a
1:43:31
sinus infection from the test. Well that you got to get a
1:43:34
dirty, yes, dirty swab baby. They infected you.
1:43:41
That we're gonna say john, well, yeah, I was gonna say that or
1:43:44
they pee on the swab in some areas.
1:43:47
And which would that be in the DC area or montgomery county
1:43:51
area the PC area apparently.
1:43:56
We have several regularly tested frontline workers as friends and
1:43:59
family and this is a common side effect. So while I should be in
1:44:02
bed, my head is blasting with sinus pressure side note. Pretty
1:44:06
sure I got COVID last Christmas. It's been here longer than any
1:44:08
of us realize. Thank you for all you do. It's truly it's
1:44:11
priceless, barren, dirty dig bags of dcps. I'm an Eagle Scout
1:44:14
fairly remarkable how many listeners are and like most
1:44:17
Eagle Scout listeners.
1:44:20
My listeners he
1:44:24
like most Eagle Scout listeners, my kids won't set foot in the
1:44:27
Boy Scouts sad the corruption of such a wonderful organization.
1:44:30
I'm also Jesuit educated, I'd be willing to bet there's also a
1:44:33
larger cut that's also a larger cohort of your listeners. Yes, I
1:44:37
think that's true, including Dr. Anthony Fauci.
1:44:41
So thank you very much. We do have some some health karma and
1:44:45
I'm going to throw in a little bit of goat there for you in the
1:44:47
bank family. You've got
1:44:51
karma
1:44:54
Now why did you see 199 99
1:45:00
Do we want to push that one person up as no such person
1:45:05
specifically said we'll read his note. Actually since we don't
1:45:08
we're short. We're short Missouri is no this is Dana.
1:45:11
This is our the Hollywood or Hollywood producer celebrity.
1:45:15
Yeah. Dana Brunetti known from
1:45:19
social
1:45:21
is good enough and and and and 50 Shades of Grey 50 Shades of
1:45:25
Grey 150 shades of grey shade you've ever seen. He's more
1:45:29
embarrassed by that except his banker. Yeah, he's not
1:45:31
embarrassed by that at all this state of Jesus in the state of
1:45:35
Jefferson he claims Oh, sorry for the 199 99 but I have to
1:45:39
avoid the Associate Producer credits. They hurt my standing
1:45:43
in the industry.
1:45:45
He says if I have any left
1:45:49
Hollywood Yes, my IMDB page however happened to report the
1:45:53
karma works ironically, I just sold the show to IMDb TV. Oh,
1:45:58
there you go. The karma works. Also the rainstick works Yeah,
1:46:02
so we got a storm here and a tree fell on the awning of my
1:46:06
Airstream and it destroyed it.
1:46:09
To be fair to be fair, the awnings on the air streams are
1:46:13
pieces of crap to confirm
1:46:17
their crappy john turn your speaker's down and stop clicking
1:46:20
your pin. Anyway, I'm gonna go tasting with him on Monday. Oh,
1:46:26
you're gonna go and what are you going to be tasting? We're going
1:46:28
to vary Kay. That's the name of it very a very it's a very it's
1:46:34
a very tag. What is very a is that a winery up in this Edward
1:46:39
Sonoma County winery in the northern part is an Alexander
1:46:42
Valley. This is one of the probably four super high end
1:46:47
called wineries that is
1:46:50
unlike the other ones, this one is a little more problem. I'm
1:46:53
guessing because I haven't been to the to the other ones.
1:46:57
Very, very slick.
1:47:02
Are you do you have to be very tame if you go to Verity. Yes,
1:47:06
yes. I have to say yes. Doubt Tell me in your just Verity
1:47:11
voice about the 2015 Bordeaux recommendation that no What did
1:47:15
he want Deke? Bang. So I said we get back he wants 2017 and 2019.
1:47:19
Um, I have to send them a note on this. Okay. 2017 is the
1:47:21
sketchy year in Bordeaux. And I think it's generally not good.
1:47:24
But there's good wines that come out of it. Like they're new, but
1:47:27
they're all high end. So you have to buy an expensive wine
1:47:30
for 2017 if you want to hold up. Otherwise, there's not like you
1:47:33
can go through the dark like you can with 2016 2018 and 19 have
1:47:38
not really hit the market yet. But both of them look like
1:47:41
killer years. Which is better of the two. I think they're both
1:47:46
going to be great, but I don't know which was the throw the
1:47:48
dart year but 2019 I'm guessing it just you can probably just
1:47:53
pick anything out it's going to be good but you want to pick for
1:47:55
kids because you want to wind the last at least 21 years. You
1:47:59
do with it? Is that a thing?
1:48:03
Well, Bordeaux is in a good year last 50 years but 21 years is
1:48:07
what you want because the kitchen has some wine is wine
1:48:10
year when he's
1:48:12
birthday is so cute as hell there's wine and you know it's
1:48:16
this kind of kind of charming. Oh yeah, super super. Well it is
1:48:22
to wine drinker.
1:48:24
Anyway, we were at the restaurant last night I
1:48:26
specifically look for a 2016 Bordeaux there wasn't a Bordeaux
1:48:29
on the list. Oh
1:48:33
outrage it's an outrage or maybe it was Bordeaux and had some
1:48:36
friends
1:48:38
of yours over generalized wine tip because I've always seen
1:48:40
them once a second hold on a second
1:48:45
generalized wine tip you go to you go to a restaurant you don't
1:48:48
know anything. And you know you got to sell me a and if he
1:48:51
really somebody is are no good unless you know how to talk to
1:48:55
them. And that means you better know something. So this
1:48:57
otherwise are just bullshit. But if you know we're gonna be
1:49:00
talking about you're gonna give us some phrases to use so we can
1:49:02
impress them. Now I'm just gonna give you a wine to pick okay?
1:49:06
Because if this wine is on any wine list, and it's on most wine
1:49:10
list, because they need these alternative cheap wines that are
1:49:13
good. And this is a cheap wine that's good.
1:49:18
Outside of a Beaujolais was usually if there's emotionally
1:49:21
and they'll that you can talk to the sommelier, and they'll tell
1:49:23
you which one might be the best. But look for a G gone does g big
1:49:29
g gone? GOND a s is a Rhone Valley wine is a recent
1:49:34
appellation, I think from maybe 20 years ago or so. It's always
1:49:38
dynamite. I don't care what year it is. If it's on the wine list,
1:49:43
I guarantee I picked it up for a reason because it's good tasting
1:49:47
cheap. So if relatively cheap, can I ask a question Would it be
1:49:51
then if I'm in the restaurant, can I say something like do you
1:49:54
have a gigondas or something like that? When you sound like
1:49:58
at least sound like a loser? Okay.
1:50:02
Don't do that.
1:50:04
I will refrain. You got it.
1:50:07
And thank you to our executive producers exclusively today.
1:50:11
That has not happened a long time that we haven't had an
1:50:13
associate executive producer. I don't even know if that's ever
1:50:16
happened. It's usually the other way around. Oh, yeah. we
1:50:21
bump a guy. Yeah. No, no one got bumped. He's all he's all bummed
1:50:25
down. Yeah, no, it gets bumped down. So we just don't have one.
1:50:29
That's the way it is. Well, we are highly beginning of the end
1:50:31
highly appreciate
1:50:34
that. That's your build back better, baby. That's how it
1:50:36
rolls Joe's coming in shows going down. We highly appreciate
1:50:40
the support that we receive from these executive producers. And
1:50:43
we do have more producers who have certainly supported the
1:50:45
show. We'll talk about them, we'll thank them in our second
1:50:47
segment. We do need your help, especially from your associate
1:50:50
executives out there. And you know, apparently Hollywood has
1:50:54
given up on us because they've been shamed, shamed for
1:50:58
promoting the show. Shame for benign promoting Same for
1:51:01
producing it. IMDb shame Oh, by the way, you know, he says he
1:51:06
got a gig at IMDb TV and I'm looking I said what is that you
1:51:10
know what it is? Yes, I think I looked it up it's Did you know
1:51:14
that i AMD was purchased by Amazon yes that's Amazon TV.
1:51:19
That's right. I didn't know this because I looked at oh this is
1:51:21
like I am b d TV whatever it is just like some sort of an Amazon
1:51:25
second channel what would you be more ashamed of saying that yes
1:51:30
produce agree with
1:51:32
agree that you produce the no agenda show you produced a show
1:51:35
for Amazon. But no, it's not. Amazon is IMD BMT. But that's
1:51:41
but that's the head fake because it's an IMDb TV. Yeah, it's a
1:51:45
Jeff Bezos property.
1:51:49
Yeah, that's what I okay. So the he has to live with it.
1:51:54
You have to live with your choices young man should decide.
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little animal.
1:52:52
A little entre mom before we get into other stuff. A win a win
1:52:57
for sane pneus a win for people like myself, who are sick and
1:53:04
tired of lying scumbag fellow travelers. Ha ha ha ha ha suck
1:53:11
it well, can I there's a new rule for airline passengers no
1:53:14
more emotional support animals. Next year the only service
1:53:17
animals allowed on planes will be dogs specifically trained to
1:53:20
help people with disabilities that rules out cats and exotic
1:53:24
pets including Yes, turkeys and peacocks. Dogs
1:53:31
finally, finally, finally finally and you will be
1:53:35
required. If the dog is for psychiatric purposes you will be
1:53:41
required. Regardless Actually, I don't think you can be required
1:53:45
to show why you have a service dog but you will have to show
1:53:48
the true service dog papers not some phony baloney saddle you
1:53:53
threw on your poodle that says emotional support and the mo
1:53:58
haha suck it you pussies so sick and tired of these liar that was
1:54:05
out of control. I was lying they're liars. Oh and they get
1:54:09
too bored first with their lying dogs.
1:54:14
So that's over. Thank you that really trying to squeeze every
1:54:19
dime they can out of passengers now they need people to pay for
1:54:22
their pets and they got no money.
1:54:27
So I have a couple of little side projects here a little side
1:54:32
reports Okay, from NBC This is apparent what's coming up as
1:54:37
package get in package you're getting this package package
1:54:41
you're getting yeah package you're getting okay because all
1:54:45
these stores everything's all the shops are closed so
1:54:47
everyone's ordering online and so now there's the delivery
1:54:50
services can handle it so it's a package get in.
1:54:55
So I picked up this very short clips on NBC did a whole 10
1:54:59
minutes on it.
1:55:00
But I get this this I found this to be peculiar This is package
1:55:06
Gedan with odd reporter NBC, okay.
1:55:12
The holiday delivery crushes on with a staggering number of
1:55:15
packages by Christmas companies are now taking extreme measures
1:55:19
and the new deadlines for gift delivery Julian cat has details
1:55:24
with Christmas around the corner the shipping rush is on. And
1:55:28
experts say this year there will be 250 million more packages
1:55:33
than delivery systems can handle. We will be having 3
1:55:39
billion packages to be delivered between Thanksgiving and
1:55:43
Christmas and that is not counting the millions of
1:55:47
packages that will come starting middle of next week for COVID-19
1:55:53
vaccines.
1:55:56
That's weird that doesn't sound writing this indian guy in an
1:56:00
echo chamber because it sounds like there's some science to it
1:56:05
you do the sounds like he's in the sound This is more of the
1:56:09
reporting there's this the best NBC can do is find this guy this
1:56:12
Indian who sounds like he's calling you about you know
1:56:16
mariadb special offer or the IRS disaster you know, the IRS is
1:56:20
after you or your social security number has been
1:56:23
compromised. So they bring this guy in
1:56:27
as a
1:56:28
loot. And so I thought this was idiotic and so then they go to
1:56:32
the end of the report with this is packaged get an odd voice
1:56:34
drop. Now they they put him in as a punch line in another in
1:56:39
the later part of the report once you play this because if
1:56:42
you leave your shopping to the last minute but look destiny
1:56:45
thing for your orders this year is going to be very expensive.
1:56:51
shipping fees will only increase. Okay, let me just the
1:56:56
first thing I observed is he's talking about because COVID
1:56:58
vaccine that's not being mailed
1:57:02
that's that's supposed to be distributed by Yeah, that's true
1:57:06
operation works.
1:57:09
But the way what is NBC up to that they have to use this guy
1:57:14
in a in a he's in a closet or in a bucket. I mean, it's just
1:57:18
lame. I've got an example later in the show some very poor
1:57:22
Editing by NBC is really dropping the ball here. But I
1:57:25
don't think this report was about shipper getting or
1:57:28
anything else. I think it was about this native ad part. Right
1:57:32
in the middle of the of the of the package getting report is
1:57:36
this little native ad right in the middle listen to this
1:57:40
instacart now offering same day delivery for major brands, like
1:57:44
the Disney Store, Bed Bath and Beyond Sephora and more.
1:57:49
me hear that again. instacart. Now offering same day delivery
1:57:53
for major brands, like the Disney Store, Bed Bath and
1:57:56
Beyond Sephora and more.
1:58:00
What's the point of that? Oh, that's totally a native ad. For
1:58:04
instance, they charge disney store X amount of money just to
1:58:08
be mentioned in the report.
1:58:11
I'd like to know what the fee was.
1:58:14
No, I really don't care. Doesn't matter who's watching that the
1:58:16
only person watching is you and it's not working on you. So
1:58:21
the President was I'm gonna transition real fast away from
1:58:25
that. The President was in Georgia yesterday. And yeah, and
1:58:31
he had a big rally
1:58:34
with a lot of mega nation very excited to have him there. And
1:58:38
he was relaxed and chilled. And he was cracking jokes.
1:58:45
It was he was a very relaxed guy. The first lady came out and
1:58:50
had dynamite. Did I say dynamite? Maroon red leather
1:58:56
coat? Oh my god. That was a great she looks fantastic. She
1:59:01
almost winged it without the prompter. got through most of it
1:59:03
pretty well. And here's just a quick couple of sound bites and
1:59:08
cucumbers who grow does cucumbers around here. Because I
1:59:11
like cucumbers, can you I'm the only one. I like you. You can
1:59:15
tell he's back to his old self. He's He's relaxed. He's chatting
1:59:20
about cucumbers. It really doesn't matter too much.
1:59:23
Everything seems to be pretty good. He does see something that
1:59:27
we've noticed as well. And this issue is all go awry in Georgia
1:59:32
with the with the vote counts. And if it turns out that there
1:59:35
was some Hanky Panky business going on, according to mo facts
1:59:39
that Stacey Abrams would be left holding the bag and the
1:59:43
president called her out. And whatever reason your secretary
1:59:47
of state and your governor are afraid of Stacey Abrams, they're
1:59:51
afraid.
1:59:57
So he's amping up everything on
2:00:00
What's happening in Georgia. Now,
2:00:03
if you're interested in want to dive deep into all of the
2:00:06
mounting evidence regarding
2:00:11
election fraud and can save voter fraud, but I think
2:00:14
election fraud is more accurate, and there and which lawsuits and
2:00:18
there's new lawsuits going in continuously. Ted Cruz is now
2:00:22
involved. I find this very amusing. Ted Cruz is going to
2:00:26
the Supreme Court on behalf of the people. I know for the
2:00:31
people of Pennsylvania, but I'm on behalf of the people. As he
2:00:36
feels that there's a catch 22 somehow that goes into the
2:00:40
latches act as to when you can when you do or do not have
2:00:44
standing to bring a lawsuit, and that you in an election, you
2:00:48
basically can't win. Because if the election isn't dead, all the
2:00:52
counting is done. You don't have standing because there's no
2:00:55
crime being committed. And if you come after the fact and they
2:00:58
say, well, you should have mentioned it earlier, so now
2:01:01
there's no now You're too late. Ah, yeah, this is it's something
2:01:04
that is constitutionally weird. And he's going to fight that and
2:01:09
that could change something in Pennsylvania, Ted Cruz, for as
2:01:14
creepy as he can be. He's a good lawyer and he has been at the
2:01:17
Supreme Court and he has he has won stuff at the Supreme Court
2:01:20
and he was also which always surprised me when he went up
2:01:23
against Trump because he lost was Ted Cruz as it was always
2:01:28
the head and apparently a rough and tumble debater. He was the
2:01:33
head of the debating society and like a superstar debater. He was
2:01:38
a master debater he master debater. I think we titled The
2:01:42
show after him once. So I have three clips that will bring you
2:01:45
up to speed on what's happening. I think the easiest is to start
2:01:49
with the man who
2:01:51
clearly knows exactly what's going on. He works at CNN, so
2:01:55
why wouldn't he know what's happening with the morning
2:01:58
briefing from Jeff Zucker. This is Jake Tapper. To talk
2:02:01
specifically about El Cid, the cracking keeper and Lynwood who
2:02:06
are filing lawsuit after lawsuit city power new lawsuit in
2:02:10
Arizona alleging 412,000 illegal ballots This Just In fact, most
2:02:15
of even Fox I heard yesterday are going from
2:02:20
no widespread voter fraud to Wow What did you open a beer?
2:02:29
A Miller Lite. Well, then I'll have to pour it.
2:02:40
Well, okay, I mean, that's done didn't work. I got water all
2:02:44
over my pants. Okay, well, I'm gonna do my own version of it
2:02:47
here.
2:02:56
Perfect. No water.
2:03:00
So there's lots I mean, interrupt that's go on. I wanted
2:03:03
to bomb hit anyway. There's lots of
2:03:08
elbowed worn up. There's, you know, General Flynn is now also
2:03:11
come out. And he's talking and so there's a lot going on. But
2:03:14
let's Oh, yeah. That's what I was saying before is interrupted
2:03:17
that fox news has gone from there's no widespread voter
2:03:20
fraud, which mean and everyone says this, oh, well, that means
2:03:23
there's some some fraud, election fraud, but it's not
2:03:26
widespread. And now they've gone to Well, it's kind of curious
2:03:29
where things are coming up with. Unless you're Jake Tapper. This
2:03:32
is the best this is. This is the handbook for m five m, how to
2:03:39
marginalize someone who may actually be right about
2:03:42
something, just do the following. So pro Trump
2:03:45
attorneys, Linwood and Sidney Powell, who constantly push the
2:03:50
most deranged conspiracy theories. Because there's,
2:03:54
there's a spectrum of them that mean and if you listen to no
2:03:56
agenda show those those cats aren't anywhere ever compared to
2:03:59
these guys. They held one of these stop this steel rallies
2:04:03
this week in Georgia. Again, this is all based on nonsense,
2:04:06
and the action.
2:04:08
Wait a minute, wait a minute, point of order point of personal
2:04:11
privilege. You cannot say for weeks, baseless claims, and then
2:04:18
say it's based on nonsense. It's either baseless or not Jake
2:04:23
Tapper. Again, this is all based on nonsense. And they actually
2:04:26
were discouraging Georgia republicans from voting at all
2:04:30
in the runoffs on January 5. Take a listen.
2:04:35
I think I would encourage all Georgians to make it known that
2:04:38
you will not vote at all until your vote is secure. They have
2:04:43
not earned your vote.
2:04:45
Don't you give it to them.
2:04:49
Why would you go back in folks in another rigged election for
2:04:53
God's sakes.
2:04:55
Now, again, as a factual matter,
2:04:59
the vote was
2:05:00
secure and is secure by all evidence, and it was not rigged.
2:05:05
So what they're saying is not true.
2:05:09
There you go, that you know that that report is so outrageous. I
2:05:14
have to give you a clip of the day for that. Well, I appreciate
2:05:17
that unexpected by the way.
2:05:22
I have a Buddhist, I have the NBC version of what you just
2:05:26
play. We need to hear this. This is very important, but it's not
2:05:30
as good as that. Well, Jake Tapper is the big leaks. So it's
2:05:34
beyond but Jake Tapper is really an opinion guy, not not a news
2:05:37
guy. Here's the news guy. This weird election report from NBC
2:05:41
tonight President Trump headed south, dialing up his pressure
2:05:45
campaign against Georgia's republican governor to persuade
2:05:49
the state legislature to overturn Biden's victory. You
2:05:53
got to make sure your governor gets a lot tougher than he's
2:05:56
been because it's taken this election is control of the US
2:05:59
Senate. And that really means control of this country are
2:06:02
waiting for him in Georgia. Many Trump supporters echoed the
2:06:07
President's unfounded claims of election fraud. I wanted to come
2:06:10
see my president, my next president for the next four
2:06:13
years. While Mr. Trump's trip is for Georgia's high stakes senate
2:06:18
run off next month. The President is fixated on the
2:06:22
November election he lost. Georgia's ballots have been
2:06:25
recounted twice. But the President demands a separate
2:06:28
signature check for all voters today blasting Georgia's top GOP
2:06:33
leaders. Why are these two Republicans saying no. aides to
2:06:37
Governor Brian Kemp say the president phone today. Kim
2:06:40
tweeted, as I told the president this morning, I've publicly
2:06:43
called for a signature audit three times. The President fired
2:06:47
back but you never got the signature verification. Your
2:06:50
people are refusing to do what you ask. The governor says he
2:06:54
cannot lawfully give President Trump what he wants.
2:07:02
That was that a whipsaw?
2:07:04
It was the best whipsaw I've ever heard.
2:07:08
People refusing to do what
2:07:11
the governor says he cannot lawfully give President Trump
2:07:14
what he wants.
2:07:17
Did you edit that? That's the way the report No I did not.
2:07:21
People
2:07:25
are yelling for more years. What she's she did the whipsaw works
2:07:29
like this. She what Trump wants is the signature recount. Right.
2:07:33
And that's what he wants. Yeah. And so so they they edit in when
2:07:37
she says the words give Trump what he wants, then they have
2:07:41
these people yelling for more years, which is also what he
2:07:44
wants, but it's not part of the report. So it's like a very
2:07:50
advanced whipsaw. Yes. I don't think it's on purpose. I think
2:07:54
they're just idiots.
2:07:57
I don't I don't know you say very advanced, you give them a
2:07:59
lot of credit. You I'm not going to make an argument here. Okay.
2:08:04
But you might be right. But it's, it's beautiful.
2:08:09
Let's get an update. Oops, let's get an update from the horse's
2:08:12
mouth. So to speak from El Cid, the cracking keeper? Well, the
2:08:16
11th circuit just rejected our appeal from the district courts,
2:08:21
partial grant of relief to us. And so we'll be back in the
2:08:25
District Court for a hearing. Hopefully Monday or Tuesday.
2:08:29
We'll see where it goes from there. But one of the things we
2:08:31
want and have been trying to get with great opposition is the
2:08:36
voting machines to be secured all across the state of Georgia,
2:08:40
because massive evidence of the shaping of votes and the
2:08:43
flipping of votes from a Trump to Biden exists in those
2:08:47
machines, except to the extent they've been erasing things and
2:08:51
destroying evidence as fast as they can do it. I have in my
2:08:54
office right now, a huge bag of shredded ballots. I can't wait
2:08:59
to see what that discloses. And they're more on the way where do
2:09:03
you get the shredded ballots from who turns those over to
2:09:06
you? citizens are out there, watching and observing
2:09:10
everything. The people of America are not going to allow
2:09:14
our president to be defeated by fraudulent election mechanisms.
2:09:19
And these people have used every manner in means of voter fraud.
2:09:22
You can imagine it's was heavily coordinated, it was heavily
2:09:26
funded. And they now have 25 lawyers or so lined up against
2:09:30
us, our little ragtag team of misfit toys that are trying to
2:09:37
fight for truth and justice for the American people. well
2:09:41
positioned ragtag team. Yeah. Now, I think she has a lot more
2:09:46
coming. And we have some time and I'm going to run through the
2:09:49
constitutional timeline and in a moment with help from the
2:09:53
representative from Alabama, but here's my conflict, my personal
2:09:57
conflict. The show's title is no agenda.
2:10:00
I have no agenda. I don't give a crap about Democrat, Republican
2:10:04
libertarian. I've never belonged to any party ever. nor would I,
2:10:08
I don't like the idea. I'm not interested in the political
2:10:11
power. I'm a United States citizen. And the reason why I'm
2:10:15
still very interested in this is because I do believe in stuff
2:10:20
like this, Samuel Adams said, the liberties of our country,
2:10:24
the freedoms of our civil constitution are worth defending
2:10:27
at all hazards. It is our duty to defend them against all
2:10:31
attacks, we have received them as a fair inheritance from our
2:10:34
worthy ancestors, they purchased them for us with toil and danger
2:10:38
and expensive treasure and blood, it will bring a mark of
2:10:42
everlasting infamy on the present generation enlightened
2:10:45
as it is, if we should suffer them to be rested from us by
2:10:49
violence without a struggle, or to be cheated out of them by the
2:10:52
artifices of designing men.
2:10:57
So that's why I'm very interested, if this is rigged,
2:11:00
then we need to make sure it's unrigged for the midterm and
2:11:03
unrigged for the next general election, four years, that's the
2:11:07
most important thing. And it's not baseless, there's clear
2:11:11
evidence of election fraud and some voter fraud are two
2:11:16
different things. And this will, and this will go the president
2:11:20
who has sworn to uphold defend the Constitution of the United
2:11:24
States, as has every other House of Representative member, every
2:11:28
senator, they have the duty to see this all the way through,
2:11:32
and the American people have been poorly educated and do not
2:11:37
understand the civics of our constitutional republic. So in
2:11:42
the next few months, actually, I should read this first before I
2:11:45
go to the final thing I'll have for today. This is the opening
2:11:49
paragraph of executive order on imposing certain sanctions in
2:11:54
the event of foreign interference in the United
2:11:56
States election. And this was issued on September 12 2018. I,
2:12:02
Donald J. Trump, president united states of america find
2:12:04
that the ability of persons located in whole or in
2:12:07
substantial part outside the United States to interfere in or
2:12:11
undermine public confidence in the United States elections,
2:12:15
including through the unauthorized accessing of
2:12:18
election and campaign infrastructure, or the covert
2:12:21
distribution of propaganda and disinformation constitutes an
2:12:25
unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and
2:12:29
foreign policy of the United States. Although there has been
2:12:32
no evidence of a foreign power altering the outcome or vote
2:12:35
tabulation and the United States election, foreign powers have
2:12:38
historically sought to exploit America's free and open
2:12:41
political system. In recent years, the proliferation of
2:12:44
digital devices and internet based communications has created
2:12:48
significant vulnerabilities and magnified the scope and
2:12:51
intensity of the threat of foreign interference as
2:12:54
illustrated in the 2017 intelligence community asset, I
2:12:58
hereby declare a national emergency to deal with this
2:13:01
threat. And without going into this deeper, it's it's alarming
2:13:05
executive order. It's your duty almost to read it just to be
2:13:08
informed. But 45 days after the conclusion of the United States
2:13:12
election, the Director of National Intelligence, in
2:13:15
consultation with the heads of any other appropriate executive
2:13:18
departments shall conduct an assessment of any information
2:13:22
indicating the foreign government, or any person acting
2:13:25
as an agent on behalf of foreign government has acted with the
2:13:27
intent or purpose of interfering that election. And it goes on
2:13:30
and on and on. It's almost as if he knew it was coming. That's
2:13:35
all I'm gonna say. So how do we get this to the final outcome
2:13:40
that the President wants? We will have to go through the
2:13:43
process the Electoral College, all of this is almost
2:13:47
unnecessary. If you listen to the timeline of representative
2:13:51
mo Brooks from Alabama, who explains exactly how this will
2:13:55
go down on January the sixth at 1pm. Eastern Time, the 50 states
2:14:00
will report to Congress, the president Senate will preside
2:14:05
over this meeting, will report to Congress, what they contend
2:14:09
for the electoral college results in their state. If a
2:14:13
house member and a senator objects to the submission of
2:14:18
electoral college votes by any state that immediately triggers
2:14:22
a house floor vote in a Senate for a vote on whether to accept
2:14:26
or reject those electoral college votes submitted by that
2:14:29
particular state. The amount of debate on the house and senate
2:14:33
floor is limited to two hours under federal law. And if we
2:14:37
reject those electoral college votes, then they're taken out of
2:14:39
the mix. If the election process problems are so great, that
2:14:47
after subtracting the electoral college votes of states that are
2:14:51
running a poor election system, the system so suspect that you
2:14:58
can't give credibility to the
2:15:00
results that are being reported. Then,
2:15:03
the United States Constitution mandates that Congress determine
2:15:08
who the next president and vice president of the United States
2:15:12
will be under Article One, Article two and amendment 12.
2:15:16
United States Constitution, the house of representatives will be
2:15:22
the body that determines who is president knighted states. The
2:15:27
vice president will be determined by the United States
2:15:29
Senate and they can even be members of different parties, if
2:15:32
that's the will of the House and the Senate. Now in the house,
2:15:36
there's a little bit of a twist. It's not a majority of 435
2:15:40
congressmen that determines who the President knighted states
2:15:43
will be, whether it is a majority of the state
2:15:47
delegations that determines who the President knighted states
2:15:50
will be. That being the case, based on the election we just
2:15:54
had a couple of weeks ago, the republicans controlled 26 state
2:15:58
delegations, the democrats controlled 20 state delegations,
2:16:02
with the remainder being tied with the possible exception of
2:16:05
Iowa. There's an uncalled Iowa house race, if that is called in
2:16:10
favor of the GOP candidate who's up last I saw about 47 votes,
2:16:15
then there will be 27 state delegations that have a majority
2:16:20
of their members being Republican, hence, the house
2:16:25
would be in a position to elect a republican to the White House,
2:16:30
based on what we saw a couple of weeks ago on Election Day,
2:16:34
earlier in November, November the third, there you go. I think
2:16:38
Trump has it. Yeah, I don't know how many times you're gonna play
2:16:42
variations of that exact same scenario. I've never, I don't
2:16:45
think we've ever played this exact scenario. This is the
2:16:48
first time I've ever heard it explained so clearly. But I will
2:16:53
give you the clearly part.
2:16:55
But it's been played one way or the other.
2:17:00
Two or three times, actually, I'd had to dig up to those Well,
2:17:03
okay, but then then help me just in quick review, so we don't
2:17:06
have to ever play it again. So we understand because I saw the
2:17:09
troll room also go legally.
2:17:13
There's already one house member who was going to reject that's
2:17:17
Mo, that's mo Brooks. If one senator does the same, then
2:17:22
there's a possibility that several of these contested
2:17:25
states will go away and be struck and taken off would be I
2:17:29
mean, it is a possibility. That's what he said. Yeah. And
2:17:34
then it seems like it may go eventually to the States. I
2:17:40
mean, that's the ultimate I keep hearing his although this Iowa
2:17:43
thing seems like there's a little a little snake in the
2:17:46
grass there that could thwart everything, but that will create
2:17:51
a lot of friction, a lot of strife. And part of the strategy
2:17:57
I think, not knowing anything, is to a blanket is much of the
2:18:03
alternative media universe. That's rumble that
2:18:08
parlor, but it's also podcasts with as much of the actual
2:18:14
documentation as possible. I'm certainly receiving
2:18:18
just document after document. Certainly when it as it pertains
2:18:22
to China, who apparently printed up 5 million ballots complained
2:18:27
they couldn't get the the the metallic watermark right, and
2:18:31
shipped it with medical supplies to the US to be distributed pre
2:18:35
printed with Biden as the as the selection.
2:18:41
It sounds to me like this would be possible.
2:18:49
Certainly winnings possible, certainly likely the likelihood
2:18:52
we have to deal with and the likelihood is pretty close to
2:18:55
zero. Why do you say that? Why do you see it so close to zero?
2:18:58
Can we at least give a 5050 almost go are the same thing.
2:19:01
Again, you have all the intelligence agencies, the CIA,
2:19:06
the FBI, the entire mainstream media, most of the news, the
2:19:11
major news organizations, The New York Times, Washington Post,
2:19:15
everybody all lined up against this president to get him kicked
2:19:19
out in any way they can correct. I just don't see how you can
2:19:22
what your one or two represents, like mo Brooks is going to
2:19:27
really put a stop to this. It's like a juggernaut in the favor
2:19:30
of Biden. And that's what's happening. And I don't see any
2:19:33
way of stopping it. And you yourself used to play the clip
2:19:36
where it was Ron Paul, who said, Well, you know, the CIA kind of
2:19:41
took over running the country when they killed Kennedy, which
2:19:44
is an old clip this in the archives, which I which I still
2:19:47
believe Yes.
2:19:49
And if that's the case, then they're running the country and
2:19:52
they don't want Trump in anymore and they're going to end they'd
2:19:54
luckily we didn't get shot. The only thing I will correct you on
2:19:58
is that the
2:20:00
most sophisticated intelligence agency in the world is the
2:20:04
Defense Intelligence Agency. It's bigger. And I think they
2:20:08
have access to more toys than the CIA and the CIA recently had
2:20:12
special operations taken away from them. So, yes, the the
2:20:17
Special Operations was not taken away from the CEO that special
2:20:20
operations is taken away from the the military, the army and
2:20:25
the military jsoc. Guys, the CIA still could do what they want.
2:20:30
Well, so Okay, now the budget of the DEA and they, if that's if
2:20:35
that's iffy.
2:20:38
And who has the best toys supposed to be? Right? All
2:20:40
right. All right. But let's, let's just separate this into
2:20:43
two things. I have no argument with you about the power of the
2:20:47
of all the intelligence agencies and the media, which I don't
2:20:50
even know why you separate those two, but Okay, well, we'll call
2:20:53
them two separate things that mainstream media and the
2:20:56
intelligence community, but they're not there, they're
2:20:58
saying, I have no, I no doubt, I do not underestimate their
2:21:02
power. But I think we can agree that the Constitution is now
2:21:07
against that power. And we'll see what happens. Is that that
2:21:11
is that the the final word on this? That Yes? Seems like
2:21:15
there's a possibility, but it'll never happen because of the
2:21:18
intelligence agencies and the media, which is the same group?
2:21:23
Well, I don't think it's the same group, because they're not
2:21:25
necessarily everyone that works for the media is not getting
2:21:27
paid by the by the CIA. You understand what? You understand
2:21:32
the point? Yes. But it's still not to say these are separate
2:21:35
groups in the public eye. And in separate groups with their own
2:21:38
kind of, you know, they push push here, and they push push
2:21:41
there, and they've done a really good job with COVID. If you
2:21:44
haven't noticed, as we have our show, I just, it's the
2:21:48
likelihood to me is zero. But we'll see. I mean, it's great. I
2:21:52
think it would be fabulous. If we could get an exercise in
2:21:55
this, because we've never seen it before that we have is we
2:21:59
haven't hundred years. We haven't but it has happened.
2:22:02
Yeah. Within the last nobody living No, has witnessed this.
2:22:05
No, no. Okay, that's fine. So I'm just saying that this is
2:22:10
This, to me was a very clear path. Now I have a date, which
2:22:14
is January 5, so it'd be the January 6. And now we know what
2:22:18
to look forward to. And now I can not worry so much and have
2:22:21
this pay attention. I know what needs to be done.
2:22:25
And we'll see if that happens. We'll see if that happens. Very
2:22:29
I do not like the idea of Sydney.
2:22:33
Miss Sydney, telling people not to vote in the runoff in
2:22:37
Georgia. I really don't like the idea. And luckily there's no
2:22:41
she's not she's not working for the for the President. I don't
2:22:44
even know if she's a member of the republican party. That I'm
2:22:49
just saying she's represents herself is working for the
2:22:52
President. Even though she's not a she represents a certain side
2:22:58
of the of the argument your side. And I think it's
2:23:01
irresponsible for her to say that because I think that that
2:23:04
election will be carefully monitored, and probably be much
2:23:08
more legitimate than the original. And I think these
2:23:11
people shouldn't be discouraged from voting because this is more
2:23:14
important than anything else going on is making sure that one
2:23:16
of those two people win a senate seat, especially against the two
2:23:20
creeps are running against names. And in particular, that
2:23:23
guy, the light guy that's running against the republican
2:23:27
is an outrageous, beta O'Rourke level creep. And he needs to not
2:23:33
win one correction. I, Sidney Powell does not represent my
2:23:39
side, you really need to stop that I represent on his show.
2:23:43
That's exactly exactly what my saying it constantly just does
2:23:47
exactly what you said. You said, Sidney Powell said it once. I
2:23:51
will not say it again. But she is in my opinion.
2:23:55
representing your side I guess I'm wrong. I don't know what I'm
2:23:58
what I you cut me off. I want to say I on this show, I am
2:24:02
representing her side to make sure at least we hear it. It's
2:24:06
fine if you don't like her. And obviously it's not a very smart
2:24:09
thing for the for the Republican Party for her and Lynwood to say
2:24:13
don't vote. Personally, I don't give a shit. I don't care if
2:24:16
people vote in Georgia or not. I would like to see this part,
2:24:19
just the constitutional part. Run through. I would like to
2:24:23
know a little bit more. I'd like to see the report. That is due
2:24:26
from
2:24:28
Defense Intelligence 45 days after the election. That's what
2:24:32
I'd like to see. I'm interested in that. My dog in the hunt is
2:24:36
elections moving forward, and not even for me, because I don't
2:24:40
care. We'll be fine. We'll do the show. We could we've taken a
2:24:44
vow of poverty. Maybe I'm interested in our children to
2:24:47
see how they'll do. That's all. I'm not. I'm not a rabid nut.
2:24:52
People who are rabid nuts on real television, like ABC. Like
2:24:57
the view. The bottom line is that the party
2:25:00
The President's pardon power is really expensive. I wouldn't say
2:25:04
it's exhaustive. Like you can't pardon someone from impeachment.
2:25:07
But there's no question. I think that you can issue a blanket
2:25:12
pardon, even for crimes that, you know, were committed, maybe
2:25:16
perhaps, could be that haven't even been charged that could be
2:25:19
charged. So his powers pretty exhausted. But the one thing he
2:25:23
can't be pardoned for would be state crimes. He can only pardon
2:25:26
really for federal crimes. So I would imagine that mark is still
2:25:30
open to investigation, Florida still, Tisha James is waiting on
2:25:34
some of these. She really is, as the Attorney General of New York
2:25:39
agian that, you know, is part in power.
2:25:44
The other thing I want to mention is that what is
2:25:46
interesting to me is once you pardon someone like Michael
2:25:49
Flynn, that gives people immunity. So Michael Flynn could
2:25:53
decide to turn against Trump and
2:25:56
so it's really not the best sure. But I don't know that that
2:26:00
Trump has thought that through.
2:26:03
Now, oh, wait, wait, there's something that happened right on
2:26:06
this In this segment, which, you know, we talked about in the
2:26:09
last show that they have some somehow Trump's gonna pardon his
2:26:11
whole family and himself. But I've never heard this next bit
2:26:15
happen on the view already. But you also have a legal note. Do
2:26:19
you have to wait, we have this legal note that you're supposed
2:26:21
to do you need to read that? Yeah. Okay. Yes. So we all read
2:26:25
it together has repeatedly Go ahead, sonny. Trump has
2:26:29
repeatedly denied any wrongdoing, saying
2:26:32
investigations into his conduct in office, and his business
2:26:36
dealings are motivated by politics. He has also denied
2:26:39
allegations of sexual misconduct and affairs, saying payments
2:26:42
were a personal matter. Not a campaign expense. I never heard
2:26:47
them forced to do a legal disclaimer.
2:26:52
I've never heard that.
2:26:55
Well, I don't think anyone has but what was the point of it?
2:26:58
What was I don't know there? Are there I I know what it is.
2:27:03
I Trump known as a little litigious type
2:27:08
A if he doesn't get back in office, which, in my opinion, he
2:27:12
won't, he will sue the hell out of it.
2:27:16
We'll see the way just thinking about it now. I think it
2:27:20
pertains to the executive order about misinformation. That could
2:27:25
be that's what there's all kinds of elements there. That's what
2:27:28
I'm thinking but that was funny, especially when they stopped in
2:27:31
their tracks. I have
2:27:34
this I think there may be a kicker 19 seconds left.
2:27:38
I think it's very exciting that you know, he can he can try to
2:27:41
precompile themselves federally, but there are all these people
2:27:45
waiting Letitia James is waiting with her little foot she has
2:27:48
patent that foot waiting for him to make a step out because he
2:27:51
keeps saying he's going run in 2024 you're not gonna run if
2:27:55
you're in jail, my friend.
2:27:57
They want him in jail so bad. I will say everybody wants it for
2:28:02
some reason. This is really disturbing. I might add all my
2:28:07
liberal friends not only one him in jail, but they think and they
2:28:12
have a little laundry list I keep promising I'll print one of
2:28:15
these out of why he should be in jail. None of them
2:28:20
jailable I mean, nothing like Hillary's little violation there
2:28:23
was her own server which was against the national security
2:28:26
laws. All right. Do you have what is this from the lip Joe's
2:28:29
or just you liberal lib? tard more than the lip Joe's? Okay.
2:28:33
And what what's the list? What what? Why should he go? He's a
2:28:36
liar.
2:28:42
Okay, do not pass go go directly to jail for lying. Right? Yeah,
2:28:49
he must have 30,000 counts of lying.
2:28:52
It's unbelievable. That's it. That's why
2:28:57
there's a laundry list but lying Is that the right there in the
2:28:59
middle of it? Not the top rather. I said but I'll read dig
2:29:04
up the list and read it for the next show. The next show will
2:29:06
how pull out the list of a very important person who is a
2:29:10
liberal
2:29:11
and thinks of himself as a moderate and he's known very
2:29:16
somewhat devout, not somewhat, very famous person. And he's got
2:29:20
this little list and he thinks Trump should be in jail. And
2:29:23
it's just like the worst of the lip Joes they should all think
2:29:26
he should be in jail. I mean, one of the lip Joes is going on
2:29:30
about how Giuliana should be in jail. For lying for years he
2:29:35
should be in jail. He's that he's a crook is a crook. Hmm. I
2:29:40
it's just it's unbelievable and I can't even get it. I do want
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to play this clip though.
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This is a on the damage being done by what we just play the
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damage of this questionable election. In fact that dead I
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think gore still stretch it out longer than this, but it's not
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the same.
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Good
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As Trump is not your right,
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this is Shields and Brooks.
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And of course these two guys, they agree with each other more
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than anything else. There's hardly a debate between the two
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of them. They're in lockstep agree lockstep agreement. And
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they're both Democrats, and they both hate Trump and, and they're
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in their analysis stinks to high heaven exactly why they're on
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PBS. And the analysis in this case, Brooks makes an assertion
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and then contradicts his the assertion with actual
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information. And then he admits that he's befuddled by anything,
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and it doesn't really be funneled by everything. But
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let's play this how much damage is being done by what is going
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on right now, Mark?
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I can't calculate it God in concrete terms of this a, it's
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dangerous. I mean, America has been the envy of the world.
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That's been the example to bring millions of people who are
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assures a free and open democracy where every voice is
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heard, and to have the elected leader of that nation charged
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that it is not that that is corrupt, that it's criminal, is
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damaging beyond my calculation.
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I just, I think I hope it's reparable. But, you know, we
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will, it'll be a while before we find out just how much damage
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has been done.
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David, how, how deep is is the damage that's being done. While
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77% of Republicans or Trump backers say the election was
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stolen by fraud, according to a Monmouth poll. A lot of those
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