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January 27th, 2022 • 3h 29m

1420: Caliphate Cubs

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How about that?
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Did you love it?
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Adam curry Jhansi divorce
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Thursday January 27 2022. This is your award winning get my
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nation media assassination episode 1420s
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is no agenda touching the
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monkey and broadcasting live from the heart of Texas Hill
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Country here in FEMA Region number six in the morning,
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everybody. I'm Adam
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curry, and from Northern Silicon Valley where all Californians
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are rooting for Maxine Waters to become the next Supreme Court
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justice. I'm Jesse DeVos.
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Really now Wait, wait, wait. Okay, we have to explain this.
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We have a Supreme Court justice retiring in the United States.
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That's always always a political hot potato. That's when we all
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go crazy because you know, it's so important, the Supreme Court,
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not political at all. And, of course, immediately, the
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conspiracy therapist in me says Aha, the Camela exit VP to
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SCOTUS is back in play.
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I actually have a clip claim makes this club.
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Okay. I want to hear this. I mean, they've already put out
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their list of potential candidates. I don't think Miss
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Harris is on the list.
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Does doesn't mean she won't get picked. Yeah, sure. Okay. Well,
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let's play this clip. Which one is Oh, SCOTUS Campbell is? Yeah.
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So this person has to be a woman, she has to be black and
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she's got to be younger. Anybody thinking what I'm thinking? They
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don't know what to do with Kamala Harris and the White
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House right now. I can't be the only person seeing this.
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What where's this from? Sorry, I didn't know you were going to
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the bathroom. Hello,
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escalator. From Fox.
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Is this Frau Ingraham? Is that who I'm here?
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Oh, no, this is the call. What's that show call? We have all
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these women in one gal
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outnumbered over overrated.
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And you read? I'm sure you have Kayla, because you and I have
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chatted about it. We've been reading that, that maybe
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something like this could happen with the vice president. He runs
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again at someone else. Look, I prefer to drink my tea rather
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than read the tea leaves. But when Jonathan Hurley Turley,
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excuse me puts out the information of young black and
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female. It's hard not to see at least she makes the list. Kaley.
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I think you're right. I'm glad you said that. Because that was
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playing in my mind from the moment we heard about this
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retirement. You know, it is, politically speaking, if you are
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not happy with your vice president, and you want her in a
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different role. There's no greater role than on the Supreme
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Court. It's a role that anyone would be honored to have. Again,
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you know, I would just note, there's no reporting to this end
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at the moment. So this is just speculation. But it's widely
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known. There is a ton of reporting Harris, as we've
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covered here on the show that people are not quite happy with
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Kamala Harris both in the West Wing outside of the West Wing
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Democrat operatives. So it's a possibility. I think she's at
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least on the shortlist. And maybe it's a position she'd
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readily want to consider or accept, given the comment, given
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the challenges of the vice presidency, given the
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frustration she's incurred. I think it's a theory that could
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be credible.
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Even I don't buy this
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one has been pushing, you know, I
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said, this is what I'm hearing and it's not pushing it. I said,
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this is what I'm seeing it like a drug dealer. Yeah. Okay. All
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right. All right. gloves are off. Devorah. Can we just
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getting started? We're on these clips. We're on these let me
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just say something just to complete the theory. The theory
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is Kamala becomes a Supreme Court justice as a black woman.
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And then we have Hillary who slides into the VP sighs right?
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That's that's that's a part you're missing. Forgetting about
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that horror.
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You missed that part. But let's look at these at the I don't
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know what you have. But there's there's a couple of names if you
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want to go through them or do you have more clips that
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will actually I have the one who I've got my viewer?
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Always Yeah, you always have predictions for these things.
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Well,
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let's let's back up. Okay. And mentioned to the newbies that
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listen to this show that we are unbelievably good at this. You
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in particular are good at picking Pope's
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if you want to Pope Adams, your man.
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Yes, I'll pick up I shouldn't miss the pope pick yours was not
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non trivial. It was out of left field and nailed it.
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Yes. Well, thank you. I appreciate that. I'm
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picky vice president candidates and also presidents I'd say I
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was on the Biden thing before when he was still failing. And
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Supreme Court justices. I'm pretty sure I like Amy Coney
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Barrett was pretty much brought up but the two of us
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Yeah, I think you pushed it more than Yeah, I think you had
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it I have the one I'm picking is We'll talk about devil let's
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just do the little intro here because this is very important
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only happens once in a while. But let's play these two clips.
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This is next good, good just Supreme Court Justices of the
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United States
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President Biden's first group of judicial nominees among them is
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katachi brown Jackson. Already a hot prospect for nomination to
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the Supreme Court should a vacancy arise. NPR Legal Affairs
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Correspondent Nina Totenberg has this profile profile confirmed
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Jackson would take the wheel stop, stop.
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I have to say I didn't realize I forget which clip this was but I
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had to set it up. This was way before this. My pick by the way
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is Jackson. There's three women it major women in play. One of
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them is not black. Enough. One, two black. This
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is how you do it. One is this middle. Yeah, this this is the
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secret to getting these things. It has nothing to do with
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competency with the meritocracy.
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Curiously, this woman is the most competent. Oh, okay. Couple
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at Harvard things going on she she's personable she's kind of
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funny. Do
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you have to be a lawyer or a judge to become a Supreme Court
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justice?
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Deaf? The one of the one of the women is this Supreme Court
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justice from the state of California Supreme Court. And
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she's high in the rankings, but she just is not black enough.
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That's a
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Leandro Kruger II thing.
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Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Alejandra, she's not black
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enough. And she's Jewish. Oh, are you get enough juice? Yeah,
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no, that won't work. Yeah, black Jewish is always kind of weird.
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It just, you know, just, you know, I got another report
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yesterday from another corporation. And there were
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people on a phone call talking about which vendor to hire for a
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particular task. And lo and behold, in the meeting now, we
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can't take that that company because there's too many white
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people who work there. You have a tape of this. God do I wish to
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I wish no. But then I'm just pointing out that that's you
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know, so this is say the same criteria. How to Apply
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Yes. How we're operating as we speak at the moment. Yeah. Yep.
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She's not and she doesn't look black at all. Actually. No
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modern sense. And just to be biased, she has no, no, she's
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not. She's not a wasn't didn't work in the courts or anything.
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Should they pushed her right up to a Supreme Court? Justice
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state of California? No, no, you don't. And Earl Warren, I think
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who may have been a lawyer when he was became the Chief Justice.
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He was the governor of California. And they just gave
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him now he's, you know, you're there's no you don't you? They
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could pick you.
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Oh, my goodness. Ah, this is a great idea. Exit Strategy. Get a
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cool, cool dress and everything next. It's great. It's Cherylin
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I feel Cherylin I feel she GWEN I feel sister.
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I was looking I would say already written her off as a
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possibility. Yes. Because I thought the same thing or
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daughter
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cousin? No. Cousin. I'm looking at up on the book of knowledge
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cousin. Okay. Well, so she so she's also shortlisted
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she Yeah. And there's a when I was on a stamp. Okay, well, that
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might be politically correct.
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Oh, I think I think Cheryl and I feel is is definitely black
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enough if that's what we're going for. If that's what we're
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going for, I
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don't believe prom with Campbell, although it kind of
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creates a screwball balance on the court. Campbell's married to
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a white guy. Oh, problematic.
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Not necessarily. That might be good, because Clarence Thomas
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is, is married to a white woman, but
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we dealt with his ass a long time ago.
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Yes,
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we lynched him a long time ago
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that this clip that we're playing is is a previous
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previous bio of this woman done by Nina Totenberg, who's got
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her, you know, she's important. Be full when she was becoming a
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justice in one of the courts, one of the federal courts, and
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there's a very fawning thing you hear and more up to date when
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Part Two but let's go back to next. Good just part one.
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President Biden's first group of judicial nominees. Among them is
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katachi brown Jackson. Already a hot prospect for nomination to
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the Supreme Court should a vacancy arise. NPR Legal Affairs
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Correspondent Nina Totenberg has this profile.
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If confirmed, Jackson would take the appeals court seat
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previously held by Judge Merrick Garland prior to his becoming
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Attorney General. She served as a federal trial judge since
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2013. And was on President Obama's Supreme Court shortlist
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back then she Do you live a long shot? Not anymore. President
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Biden his pledge that he would name an African American woman
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to the court if there's a vacancy. Oh,
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stop. Not true, not true fake news. He said he would nominate
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a black woman. He never said African American. Just pointing
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it out
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shot. Not anymore. President Biden is pledged that he would
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name an African American woman to the court if there's a
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vacancy. And the 50 year old judge takes off just about every
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box that liberals might want in a nominee and some that
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conservatives might want to. Raised in Miami. She graduated
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with honors from Harvard college and law school, then clerked for
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three federal judges, including Supreme Court Justice Stephen
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Briar, now 82, who's the most likely member of the High Court
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to step down, though he's given no public indication that he
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plans to do so. Jackson's parents were both public school
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teachers until her father became a lawyer and her mother
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eventually a school principal, her parents picked her name from
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a list of African names sent to her by an aunt in the Peace
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Corps. It means lovely one, she met her husband Patrick while at
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Harvard. At first blush, the pair seem improbable couple as
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she put it in a 2017 speech at the University of Georgia. It's
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interesting because my husband Patrick is the quintessential
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Boston Brahmin. By contrast, I am only the second generation in
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my family to go to any college. And I'm fairly certain that if
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you traced my family back past my grandparents who were raised
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in Georgia, by the way, you would find that my ancestors
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were slaves on both sides.
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Those who know the couple remember that they were smitten
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from the start. Dr. Patrick Jackson, a star surgeon in his
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own right is the first to toot his wife's horn. And there's a
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lot to talk about. After her clerkships. She went on to a
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diverse series of jobs as a public defender representing the
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indigent in criminal cases as a litigator and appellate lawyer
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in private practice. And she served as Vice Chairman of the
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US Sentencing Commission at a time when the commission sought
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to reduce the draconian penalties that had been put in
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place for crack cocaine.
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Ah, wow, really boring report. But interesting that they did
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that horn tooting in there. So kind of out of place. tooting
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his own horn filled with a single felt a little bit kind of
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diminished, you know, diminutive, I guess? I don't
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know. That's just me. I'm sensitive.
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Is the second part of this. And this is where they this is now
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everything is brought up to date. That was an older report,
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obviously, because it was before Briar did anything, let alone be
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told he has to quit. Hey, buddy, you're
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done. Done.
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Fair, she earned a reputation for building consensus, and most
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of the panels decisions were unanimous. For Jackson though
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sentencing is not an abstract matter. When she was in high
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school. Her uncle was sentenced to life in prison under a three
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strikes law for a low level drug crime. He was granted clemency
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after serving 30 years. In that Georgia speech, she said that
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being a federal judge was her dream job. But after President
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Obama nominated her in 2012, actually getting that job
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depended entirely on events beyond her control, namely,
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Obama's reelection.
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And when you add to this fact that I am related by marriage to
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House Speaker Paul Ryan, who was at that point running for vice
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president against President Obama, really get the sense of
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what appeared what that period of time was like for me.
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Once confirmed, Jackson quickly became known for working long
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hours for a vivid writing style and her infectious raucous
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laugh. Her sense of humor about life was on full display in that
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Georgia speech. In talking about the whiplash she experiences
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between her two roles. One as a judge, and the other as the
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mother of two teenage daughters.
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I am a federal judge, which means people generally treat me
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with respect. But in the evenings when I leave the
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courthouse and go home, all of my wisdom and knowledge and
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authority evaporates. My daughters make it very clear
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that as far as they're concerned, I know nothing. I
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should not tell them anything much less give them any orders.
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That is if they talk to me at all.
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Yeah, how old is she? She sounds pretty young. She's
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50 was born in 670. I
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think Ooh, okay. She's in her 40s
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One day one of the other women's is there was born to 66 She's
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four years older. I think the main other candidate which is
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the the night don't have the names in front of me, I'm sorry,
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I should have written them down. But I'm just discard The
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California Supreme Court a woman who is not black enough Krueger.
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Yeah. Then the other one is two years, four years older and they
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I think they want to get as young as they can get in because
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they want
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as long as possible. Well, from the central casting point of
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view. I mean, the name is perfect. Catan g brown Jackson.
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Hello.
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Yeah, it's got all of it. It's got all got the Word Brown is.
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Yeah, and Katanga. Tachi
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nice African part. Yeah, it
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was beautiful. I
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think that the liberals like the idea of a mixed marriage. So I
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think they liked the fact that she's married to a white guy.
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Hmm. Personally, I think that's the way liberals think because
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as dislike go well,
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because they're racist, most of them are racist.
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That makes it and having once been a liberal myself, yes. Most
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of my life, I can be as racist as the next person when making
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these analysis. Do
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you think so? Do we know anything about her? Her track
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record? Has she were there any controversies in her rulings? As
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a federal judge?
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There hasn't been any that have cropped up and believe me, they
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will. Although I think she's got a she's got she's personable.
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She's got that. She's cute. She writes long, long.
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Blog knows.
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Opinion. Opinions on the wrong side of some decision. She wrote
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118 pages,
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opinion, opinions, opinions. dissent. Yeah.
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So I have one, I run
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a data point. She specializes in white collar crime, defense and
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negotiating settlements of mass tort claims. That seems to be
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the specialty she's been involved in in her in her
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Assistant Special Counsel career. Perfect, right?
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Because we got a bunch of white collar criminals out there
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worried sick? Yeah, both sides of the aisle. Excellent.
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Excellent. Yes. Now, this is a funny little clip. This is
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Jonathan Turley was on one of this fox
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like him. Charlie seems like a pretty decent guy.
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Yeah, now that you mentioned, I think you're right. I only seen
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him a couple of times. I don't watch Fox that much. But I just
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happen to catch these things. And this is Jonathan Charlie's
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discrimination discussion about this. It's just an ironic clip I
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thought I'd throw in now, what
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happens from here is going to get rather interest. You we we
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know that the President Biden has already pledged that he will
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only consider an African American woman for the court.
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And when he made that pledge, I wrote a column at a time thing
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with a rather curious pledge to make on a chord that wouldn't
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allow that type of approach for college. Exactly. But when it
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comes to admissions on this court, you're saying that you
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won't consider anyone who is male or who is not African
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American. And so that's going to come up again very quickly. And
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the irony is the Supreme Court just accepted two cases on the
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use of race preferences in college admissions. Yeah. And so
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this is obviously going to come up where the President is going
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to have to decide if He intends to fulfill a pledge that the
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court would never allow if he was actually admitting someone
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to a college.
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Good point. And what a bunch of newbies do not even throw a
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token Asian or white person on that list. That's dumb.
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Well, I don't think so. Because Biden Biden when he says
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something like that he follows through he did that with camo
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I know I understand but but from the legal aspect, the first
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questions that are going to be asking the confirmation hearing
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is Do you think that this is a constitutional? No, no.
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Yeah, no, it's embarrassing. Yeah,
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it's very embarrassing.
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And what should have of course taken places that Biden should
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see Biden was when he made this pledge, it was it was just
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pandering. It was pandering to black vote and now I was like,
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Okay, gotta come through now. He has to absolutely come through
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and he will and it be this woman I'm protecting it, you
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know, I like that choice too.
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And she's got Yes, and she's got a kind of she's kind of funny,
19:20
which is cute. And and she would could hold her own with these
19:23
other justices, because they're all a little bit outspoken and
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an egomaniac maniacal but the way should instead of just
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following up with this, he said, Well, we're going to look at all
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comers you know, I'm gonna you know, I my preference is this
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and then pick her anyway. Could have faked it a little bit? I
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mean, yeah, there's no subtlety at all with bionews This sort of
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thing. I mean, Kamla Harris, I mean, give me up.
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Is, is this young Miss Jackson? Is she a World Economic Forum,
19:57
Young Global Leaders member by any chance? cuz that would just
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be perfect. And I'm looking down now she's got cornered me. I
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don't see
20:07
me. I should actually have their right to tip of my list but no,
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I don't think she
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know I'm looking now I don't see you're on any lists yet.
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Yeah yet yes, the key word. Alright. There's your pick
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Hey Canada. Holy crap Canada. I'm very excited for y'all. I'm
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very excited to see Canada, getting up off of the couch, and
20:32
not complaining but doing something
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Oh, ta possible for them not to complain?
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Oh, no that but there's action now. And it stems from a what I
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think was just one of the most horrible speeches the Trudeau
20:49
made. And here's an excerpt from it.
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We know the way through this pandemic, is by getting everyone
20:59
vaccinated. And the overwhelming majority close to 90% of
21:05
Canadians have done exactly that. The small fringe minority
21:13
of people who are on their way to Ottawa are who are holding
21:18
unacceptable views that they're expressing do not represent the
21:26
views of Canadians who have been there for each other who know
21:30
that following the science, and stepping up to protect each
21:35
other is the best way to continue to ensure our freedoms,
21:39
our rights, our values as a country.
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Well, this pissed off a lot of Canadians.
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I bet it did. Can I say something before? Yes, sure.
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Sure. Sure. This his his little Lisp is really getting on my
21:53
nerves. Huh? He has this. He says science all the time. Not
21:59
ever strong. This is just a little subtle. Screw you list.
22:04
Oh, hold on a second. Oh, no, I want to hear this lisp. See,
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do not represent the views of Canadians who have been there
22:15
for each other who know that following the Science,
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Science, Science,
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you know, following the science just so implying that it's
22:25
religion, you know, follow Jesus Christ. Oh, no. Follow Follow
22:30
the science. Totally. Because there's no no following in
22:33
science. So
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you can't follow science is a is a methodology. Yes
22:38
to science have an Instagram account. Can I follow them on
22:41
Instagram science? Thank you someone else at science that
22:44
would be kind of follow me. Follow me at science.
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Science. That's a really good. That's been done.
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I'm sure.
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Sure long gone.
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So we have this caravan. Under the truck you Trudeau banner,
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which I like a lot. I'd like truck. That's their
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version. Okay, some of these videos are great. Oh, yeah.
23:04
And it's not just a couple of people. You know, this, this is
23:10
reasonably big. And they're breaking all kinds of
23:13
regulations and rules and laws. And of course, the truckers are
23:17
not shipping food. So you know, this is not what the third or
23:20
fourth day, it's gonna start getting pretty interesting. And
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you have other members of the service citizenry standing with
23:29
the truckers. Here's a Canadian cop
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here. So I'm Constable Aaron Howard, coming to you from
23:37
Ontario, Canada. And just I really wanted to give a shout
23:41
out to all the truckers. I think what you guys are doing is
23:45
incredible. You're fighting for rights and freedoms. And right
23:50
now it feels like we're a little bit at war. And those rights and
23:54
freedoms are at stake. So you guys are honestly true heroes.
24:00
What you're doing is just incredible. I will be in Ottawa
24:04
when you guys roll in. I'm going to be speaking on behalf of
24:07
police on guard. And we are thrilled, thrilled and honored
24:13
to be able to be there. I can't wait to meet you guys. Talk to a
24:16
lot of you in person. Anyway, just wanted to give you guys
24:20
some support and keep rolling. And we'll see you in Ottawa Cape
24:24
rolling a, hey, let's game this out a second. There's only two
24:28
ways it can go. And do you think it's possible possible that the
24:35
Canadian authorities could just beat these people? Beat him?
24:41
Yeah, I mean, seriously. I mean, listen to what Trudeau was
24:44
saying Listen to how how far he is all in and these people are
24:48
degenerates in pretty much and it means so what did they go
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what do you do as a leader? What do you do with 50,000 people who
24:57
may show up? You should apologize judges what ha I know
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what he should do but let's just play it out from a New World
25:03
Order Young Global Leader perspective. Because that's he
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is a young global leader. What do you think? I mean, or he can
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they can just Well, first of all, it's not going to be
25:14
televised. That's that's job one is to not put any of this on
25:18
television. They've done a pretty good job. So far. So
25:21
good. Yeah. I
25:22
mean, you see the clips I've seen it all been on you know,
25:25
Twitter, YouTube, exactly. Their YouTube ham. Yeah,
25:28
listen to how crazy it is the stuff that's going on with these
25:31
mandates. And in Canada
25:33
today, big box stores that have a footprint of 1500 square
25:37
meters or more are going to have to ask people customers to show
25:41
proof of vaccination. Now pharmacies and grocery will be
25:45
exempt from this. So if you're going into a Costco or Walmart
25:48
or something like that, where you might be going in to buy
25:50
groceries or visit the pharmacy. In that case, an employee will
25:54
have to be with that person as they walk through the store to
25:57
make sure that they do not go and buy other products or other
26:00
items.
26:04
How about that?
26:06
Did you love it? If I was if I was a Canadian troublemaker with
26:11
our vaccinated or not, I would say no, not vaccinated and then
26:14
dread make them drag you around the store. You know, with the
26:18
guy following you around you're wasting personnel time. I mean,
26:22
Walmart's not overstaffed.
26:24
But you're not allowed to go to certain areas of the
26:27
store. But you can go to the grocery part. Yeah. It's dumb.
26:32
No,
26:32
no, it's not. It's I mean, this is inexcusable. But this is not
26:37
just happening in in Canada, by the way that's happening
26:40
everywhere. Austria, did you see Germany pa headline, oppressive
26:48
COVID measures for the unvaccinated were based on
26:51
software glitch claims German Minister. Turns out that now
26:59
that they've looked into all these numbers about how many
27:01
people had cases or and who was or wasn't vaccinated, they
27:05
didn't actually have any of the numbers. They didn't have the
27:07
data. They just they just threw some stuff together and it
27:11
popped out and it's like came out without, you know, we should
27:13
lock people down and treat them like, like degenerates. And now
27:18
there's trying to get out of it by saying, Well, you know, it
27:20
was a software issue. The numbers popped out wrong. Sorry
27:23
about that. Yeah, happens all the time. Yeah.
27:26
Well, but not so in New Zealand. You Cinda you send us back on
27:30
the block. Well as
27:31
Omicron breaches New Zealand borders PM, just Cinder?
27:35
How was it possible? How can Omicron breach New Zealand's
27:39
borders? This you can't go in or out?
27:41
No, it's how was my water
27:43
magic?
27:44
Well as Omicron breaches New Zealand borders, pm Jacinda
27:48
Ardern, has moved the country to a red COVID alert level, harsh
27:53
new restrictions, could see household posts context,
27:56
isolating the 24 days.
28:01
Waiting, my waiting will not be going to hit but I just joined
28:05
many other New Zealanders who have had an experience like that
28:08
as a result of the pandemic and to anyone who's caught up in
28:12
that scenario. I'm so sorry.
28:15
She's not she's not read in. There's a couple people who I
28:19
don't think are reading on you know, we saw the switch. We saw
28:23
the switch with Boris Johnson. He threw the switch whether
28:26
that's his for to save his own hide or not. There's too many
28:29
powerful factions too for, for them not to stop it. And it's
28:34
today today, it's all over. Everything's done. Do whatever
28:37
you want. In the UK. We're good to go. Ireland. I think the
28:42
Baltic States I think that it's starting to open up but not
28:45
everyone has his envoys on board or has the message or they're
28:49
captured by Pharma. I'm not quite sure what's happening. But
28:52
this is supposed to be over. They're supposed to end it and
28:55
you seem threatening another 24 day lockdown. What? That doesn't
29:00
make sense. I mean, it just don't you think that the the
29:06
bugle call has been given to the retreat? It's like okay, we're
29:11
pulling back. We gotta evaluate. We got to do all the things you
29:14
know, and I can take
29:14
another side on this I'll say is possible as a whipsaw is
29:19
designed to show that the shutting it down doesn't work.
29:23
And when the next thing you know, we're gonna have a
29:24
horrible uptick in Great Britain because of this is this crazy
29:29
Boris Johnson pulling this stunt? I was unapproved. I would
29:33
like to take a little bit of show credit here for a moment
29:36
for correctly identifying the bull crap monkey story which got
29:40
legs. Did you see that?
29:44
Wait, didn't you didn't respond to my analysis of the
29:47
possibility that Boris is a red herring.
29:50
Now I did. Oh, no, but I was I responded by saying here's the
29:54
next thing.
29:56
Bull crap monkey.
29:58
The bull crap monkey story. The lady He now has symptoms.
30:02
Well, yes, yes, you're I believe that
30:06
that's what I'm talking about. It's like yes, Boris could be a
30:10
red herring and then, you know, we let our we let our guard down
30:13
and then the monkey pox goddess or Or wait, I'm sorry we have
30:17
something new. We're whereas it here it is here to this COVID
30:21
variant
30:22
is on the rise. International Health officials are examining a
30:25
new variant which has already been detected in 14 countries so
30:29
far, including the US. It is a sub variant of omachron and it's
30:33
sometimes referred to as stealth omachron originated but
30:39
researchers say people who had a breakthrough infection from
30:43
omachron and the vaccine could be better protected against this
30:46
new variant.
30:48
I had this this is really good. It's so stealth it doesn't
30:51
really exist. We just called stealth. Its stealth. This one
30:55
is stealth. You don't see it coming it doesn't register, but
30:58
you need a new vaccine for it stealth.
31:00
What is there's a term for this new vaccine is called pants and
31:07
you know, I clipped right up to the point about the stealth I
31:11
didn't get a clip on I have a
31:12
supercut a one minute supercut of the stealth this is this is
31:15
the
31:15
bobby sighs met dice be swayed do that and when I met Fauci
31:19
came on and everyone's talking about this about that wall you
31:22
know, this was already planted the Walter Reed vaccine was
31:25
already planted in our minds as you recall. We had a clip of it.
31:29
The one that's pan is a pan.
31:32
Yeah, does everything want one shot?
31:34
Yeah, there we go washes your dishes. Yeah. One shot and
31:37
you're good to go for the rest of you. I'm sorry until the next
31:40
booster. Yeah, well. Pfizer is trialing their Omicron specific
31:47
booster just as the stealth Omicron is coming in
31:50
a new weapon being tested in the war. On McCrone, Pfizer
31:54
announcing the start
31:55
of trust. It's kind of weird how they do that. Like it's a war,
31:59
which was still a war with COVID new weapon
32:02
being tested in the war on omachron. Pfizer announcing the
32:05
start of trials for its omachron specific vaccine booster more
32:10
than 1400 trial patients set to receive one or more doses of the
32:14
variable. Seen though experts say it doesn't appear a strain
32:18
specific booster is necessary for people who are already
32:21
vaccinated and boosted. One of the categories being tested is a
32:25
three shot course of the vaccine tailored for omachron patients
32:29
with no vaccinations at all. So it'll be like the common cold
32:34
and they want you to take three shots bringing
32:37
you up to six. That's your new number everybody. Here's a quick
32:40
supercut
32:41
and as you probably know, there already is another mutation from
32:45
the Omicron Omicron to really, they called it initially the
32:49
stealth Oba con, the
32:50
new stealth version of the OMA con variant discovered in
32:53
California seems to be harder to detect and according to some
32:56
experts, is even more contagious. That was clear how
32:59
dangerous it is
33:01
nicknamed
33:01
stealth omachron.
33:03
Today, the State Health Department confirmed two cases
33:05
of a new omachron sub variant found in our state. And tonight
33:09
we're learning that scientists around the world are closely
33:12
watching a sub variant of omachron that's been found here
33:15
in the US, but they don't know yet just how dangerous maybe.
33:19
And tonight, scientists are tracking that sub variant of
33:22
omachron called ba two now in the US and at least 55 countries
33:27
ba two sometimes called the stealth variant because it can
33:30
be trickier for scientists to pinpoint its exact version. But
33:34
for anyone infected with the new sub variant, those PCR and rapid
33:38
tests will still work at detecting infection.
33:42
This this is so desperate. This is this is I have just happened.
33:47
This is bullshit. This is a lie. This is just a lie. They've made
33:53
this up too. And this is the pharma side of the whatever.
33:58
Whatever's going on there just let you know we'll just make
34:02
what kind of medical team names then what happened to the Greek
34:07
letters? Names the new variant? Oh, yeah, stealth Omicron
34:12
stealth Come on. This is insulting. We had the Greek
34:17
alphabet what comes after Omicron stealth Omicron no MX
34:21
and now we go to Kansas Navia. To speak with a guy who's like
34:25
has a white lab coat on to sound sounds like he knows what he's
34:29
talking about. And this is mainstream. And he's like, Well,
34:32
you know, Dr. Bowe, gosh,
34:35
variant, this one being called the stealth Aryan, but we don't
34:39
want to alarm people. So how can
34:42
yet again, just another thing to keep an eye on I mean, even
34:45
though there's the umbrella term of omachron, as you pointed out,
34:49
there can be multiple family members living under that same
34:52
roof. And this is yet another family member. Yes, it's still
34:57
omachron but it's the BA to not the BA One, we have a lot of BA
35:01
one. For example, here in Canada, we also have ba two.
35:04
What's interesting is, in other jurisdictions, we're seeing
35:08
growth of BA two, whereas ba one might be on the downslope in
35:12
many places as well. Again, something to keep an eye on for
35:14
now. Sure, just this minute
35:18
in terms of its mildness,
35:21
so it probably has very similar features to VA one, but I think
35:26
it's also fair to communicate uncertainty because there is a
35:28
significant degree of uncertainty, they're not the
35:30
same. There are some genetic mutations that that make ba two
35:34
different, it's likely that the clinical spectrum will be
35:38
similar to be a one, it's likely that the vaccine effectiveness
35:42
will be very similar to be a one. It's just likely that this
35:47
is more transmissible. Again, I think it's too soon to know
35:50
exactly. Well, exactly how this manifests and we need to learn
35:55
more, but, you know, informed speculation. It's not the same.
35:59
It's probably a little bit more transmissible, but there's
36:01
probably a lot of other words that come
36:04
from Kansan avian mainstream.
36:06
No, I'm not done none of them cut two things. One who says
36:11
this more transmissible? Where's that proved?
36:13
There's no proof this is the whole everything is blue.
36:17
And what about what is be a stand for? Why is it all of a
36:22
sudden Omicron is ba one. When did that happen?
36:24
That's a good question, because that's probably some code that
36:27
they're laughing about behind closed doors. But again, we were
36:33
supposed to have Greek letters we weren't supposed to. And we
36:36
had the Greek letters, because we couldn't talk about country
36:39
of origin. And now this is this is over. They're just trying to
36:43
terrify people into it to keep some control. But I think a lot
36:47
of our inventory, inventories moving inventory. Yes, but don't
36:52
just
36:52
inventory out of here. We got a bunch of these vaccines left.
36:55
They don't hold up forever, people. Let's move them. Yeah.
37:01
They go bad. Can we would have to go bad. So we still give them
37:05
a shot. Well, they have the same effectiveness if it goes bad,
37:07
but that's beside the point. There's an expiration on their
37:10
data on there. We don't want it to go past because people might
37:12
ask questions.
37:13
So I think I can say that sir. Jean caught the Cuf. And so he
37:20
texted me I said oh how you feel it says pretty, pretty sleepy
37:25
and foggy and and I talked to him on the phone. His voice was
37:29
a little higher than normal. I Yeah. Did you say I'm gonna
37:32
bring you a blister pack. And so I drove into Austin, and he had
37:37
and then this was Monday. He ordered a monoclonal antibody
37:44
treatment through his a tele medicine provider and that the
37:49
next day the FDA dropped the emergency use authorization for
37:55
monoclonal antibody for COVID-19 and his appointment was
37:58
cancelled and go and die go home and die. You can't have that
38:05
immediately canceled.
38:06
Everybody's bitching about this. Well, of
38:09
course, it's very easy to make is my understanding is not
38:12
expensive, clearly, although the watch would be for a front and
38:16
center. But that's that's kind of what do you call it? Bad.
38:25
I mean, it's just Cavalier.
38:27
What have you been following the Ron Johnson sessions? I don't
38:30
know what I can't I don't think you can recall.
38:33
I don't have any Brian Johnson clips but I got a few and do He
38:36
brought all the usual suspects all the denote ones all the
38:41
YouTubers, everybody and their sister, a huge list of people.
38:46
And he brought them all before to do YouTube videos, one after
38:51
the other in front of his kind of it's not really it's not a
38:55
hearing. It's one of those crazy hearings that they do off the
38:58
books.
39:00
I like it though, because the clips are getting out and I want
39:03
to play three, three clips. First is from this is a this is
39:09
a I don't know exactly what he does. But he's talking about
39:12
remdesivir. You look at the full
39:14
independence studies, including the large study by the WHO it
39:20
shows the opposite effect. remdesivir increases the risk of
39:26
death.
39:28
Rate sorry, not just start well remdesivir is the worst. I'm
39:34
glad somebody is bringing this up.
39:35
Oh, you're going to hear a little more about it
39:37
does Aveda increases the risk of death by 3%. It increases your
39:44
chances of renal failure by 20%. This is a toxic drug. But just
39:52
to make the situation even more preposterous, the federal
39:57
government will give hospitals A 20% bonus on the entire hospital
40:05
bow. If they prescribe remdesivir to Medicare patients,
40:12
the federal government is incentivizing hospitals to
40:16
prescribe a medication which is toxic.
40:21
Okay, so that's out there
40:23
can make sense because you want to get rid of these Medicare
40:26
these people in Medicare. Yes, zero. Yes. This is its death
40:32
panels. Yes.
40:33
Bring in registered nurse Nicole Cerro tech I believe her name is
40:39
you might remember her she was the nurse crying in the break
40:42
room about how they were killing people. That was her viral a
40:47
YouTube claim to fame. I remember that. I don't think
40:49
she's a YouTuber was very well spoken. She spoke for a long
40:53
time that pulled a couple minutes here.
40:55
My name is Nicole zero tech. I'm a registered nurse. I've been a
40:58
registered nurse for over a decade.
41:00
And by the way, this is edited. I pulled out a whole bunch of
41:03
stuff that just kind of yeah was credential stuff, you can go
41:06
look at the whole thing if you want in the show notes.
41:08
My specialty is critical care, trauma and flight. Since the
41:12
start of the COVID pandemic, I've actually been rebranded I
41:15
guess you can say as a leading expert in early intervention
41:18
strategies executed on a large mass scale using the FLCC
41:23
protocol, as well as ventilator COVID patient ventilator
41:29
protective strategies to optimize COVID patients on the
41:32
ventilators. My story actually begins back in May of 2020. I
41:37
was one of the original nurses that went to NYC to help with
41:40
the COVID pandemic because as we remember, they needed nurses,
41:44
most importantly, they needed ventilators, while I was the
41:47
whole package, a flight nurse that can manage ventilators. And
41:50
when I arrived there, the gross negligence and the medical, you
41:54
know, malfeasance that happened in there and the complete
41:57
medical mismanagement of these patients is what had led has led
42:01
us to the situation that we're in right now. But when I was in
42:05
New York, and what continues to happen today is that many of
42:08
them are not dying from COVID. What we saw on these frontlines,
42:11
we knew what was happening. And when we asked for the ibuprofen,
42:15
they said, No, it was contraindicated when we asked
42:17
like why aren't we giving them steroids? Oh, well, it's not,
42:19
we're just following orders, following orders has led to the
42:23
sheer number of death that has occurred in these hospitals. I
42:28
didn't see a single patient died of COVID. I've seen substantial
42:31
number of patients die of negligence, and medical
42:35
malfeasance. Now when I was there, and I saw that the
42:38
pharmaceutical companies were rolling out REM disappear onto
42:40
the patients, I tried to get a hold of the IR B's, I tried to
42:44
get a hold of my appropriate Chain of Command C, I tried CMS,
42:48
I tried Department of Health. And they rolled out from
42:51
disappear onto a substantial number of patients for which we
42:54
all saw it was killing the patients. And now it's the FDA
42:58
approved drug that is continuing to kill patients in the United
43:02
States. And so we've collected the data from all of these
43:05
patients across the country from which we have been helping
43:08
patients because I formed the organization, American frontline
43:12
nurses on the advocacy network, so nurses could advocate for
43:15
these patients. And all of this data poll shows that as these
43:18
patients get remdesivir, they have a less than 25% chance of
43:22
survival, if they get more than two doses. Now they're rolling
43:26
it out on children as well. And into the nursing homes or
43:29
skilled nursing facilities as early intervention, when as Dr.
43:33
Pierre Cory and Dr. Merrick have already demonstrated that there
43:36
are cost effective medications out there, and we are going to
43:39
see the amplification of death across our country. Now, the
43:42
thing that is most interesting to me in in this little bit here
43:47
is she says the pharmaceutical companies. I'd like to know more
43:53
about the pharmaceutical companies put a 20% bonus on top
43:58
of the entire bill that was the the other guy in order to to
44:05
have the hospital systems and doctors prescribe remdesivir. I
44:10
want to think it's probably it's the same. It's really they're
44:14
all connected, but it seems more like that's probably the
44:16
insurance company. And that makes sense. Because they would
44:21
want to kill people to have less payout later on.
44:24
Yeah, well, that's for sure. I think that's absolutely correct.
44:27
But I think the way it would be done would be that they build
44:31
the insurance companies for the full amount and then the drug
44:33
coverage would kick back 20% in cash. Yes, like buying a car.
44:38
Yeah,
44:39
that's a good point. That's a good point.
44:42
That would be incentive.
44:43
So I think this is pretty damning. And that sounds about
44:45
right. And if you look at if you really look from a metal level,
44:49
what is happening right now certainly in the United States,
44:51
we're killing old people and we're letting young people in
44:54
unchecked that's what you do. If you ain't you can You can have a
45:00
war and you can kill all the people and then have a baby boom
45:05
or you can also let immigrants in. But this is a cleansing it
45:08
seems. Kill the old people, and that's that they were killed.
45:12
And look at that. Look at the killers chromo
45:17
pomos murderer. Yeah, they took it from a religious always
45:20
Democrats. By the way. I've been saying this since I've been
45:23
since the 1980s. But because it was obvious to me that when I
45:28
was younger, they kept trying to kill all the kids, all the baby
45:31
boomers, there was too many of them. And they were still
45:33
bitching about it. For all the years of my life. It was all
45:36
these baby boomers, they're gonna get up there and there's
45:39
gonna be when they get older, they're gonna they're gonna suck
45:41
or bring us down. Yep, they're gonna break to Social Security.
45:45
There's too many of them. Yeah, kill them kill them. So it's one
45:49
thing after another, the ultimate exit strategy Oh, this
45:52
is just the end of end of the of the of the process.
45:56
One more short to bid here were just so incredibly nuts what's
46:02
going on the medical world and doctors don't even believe their
46:05
own line eyes.
46:06
And we haven't even touched on the vaccines for which all of
46:08
our expert panels have already very well described that
46:12
situation. So I won't touch on that, since many of them are by
46:15
far superior to me then, than even I could ever hope to be.
46:19
But I can tell you that two days ago, I I flew out my first 10
46:23
year old with a heart attack. And I had to fight the doctor in
46:26
the ER, because he's like 10 year olds don't have heart
46:28
attacks. And I argued back and forth for 30 minutes to force
46:32
his hand to get an EKG to find out that he was had almost a
46:36
complete STEMI, which is st Elevated Myocardial Infarction
46:41
for which you could see it lit up on the 12 lead EKG. And he's
46:45
like, Well, that's not possible. And I'm like, Well, he was just
46:47
vaccinated yesterday, it is very much possible.
46:50
Yeah. Oh, man, I'm so happy that you got me on the vitamin d3 A
46:57
long time ago. And I'm happy that I always added zinc to that
47:02
and add my quercetin, which seems to also be helpful. And
47:07
my, my weed and
47:10
they have for a while. Yeah, of course it is. Seems to have
47:15
something to do with vitamin, or I'm sorry, with zinc absorption.
47:18
Yeah,
47:18
helping to get into the system. Now, vitamin D. d3, specifically
47:23
is something that we've talked about. We use it and we don't
47:26
advise anybody to do anything. But here we are. And you are
47:30
definitely in the in the crosshairs. I mean, I'd say you
47:33
know, I'm Boomer adjacent, but you're squarely in it. So they
47:36
do want to kill you. Oh, yeah. They're totally out to kill you
47:39
been trying since the Vietnam War? Well, I think you should be
47:41
careful with that vitamin d3. Because you know, Dr. Jen, over
47:44
there at ABC.
47:46
Are there any vitamins that I can be taking to lessen my
47:49
chances of contracting omachron? Or other COVID-19? There's so
47:52
many
47:53
people asking this question. So first, some qualifiers
47:55
absolutely to be crystal clear, none of that replays
47:59
vaccination, boosting, and then you know, the lower level kind
48:03
of protection mechanisms that we have like, okay, that being
48:06
said, there is a decent amount of data, linking observational
48:11
data and association, vitamin d3, okay, with a lower risk of
48:16
viral upper respiratory infections that is not new. And
48:20
in the setting of the pandemic Association observation data
48:24
that links people with low d3 levels, people who were elderly
48:28
people who don't get outside a lot in natural sunlight, people
48:32
who are dark skinned are overweight or obese, all known
48:35
to have risk factors for low d3 levels. There's data that links
48:39
those people with worse outcomes of COVID-19. However, I want to
48:43
be crystal clear. If you want to take 1000 units a day in
48:46
supplement form for your overall health and well being that is
48:50
unlikely to do any harm. But you cannot at this point rely on any
48:55
miracle vitamin to protect you against COVID Absolute are scams
49:00
that is not evidence based medicine.
49:04
You can't it's impossible. Those are scams that's not evidence
49:07
based medicine.
49:09
who's benefiting from this scam? Now, I have a question. It's
49:12
kind of interesting. That came to mind how come an obese person
49:17
would have lower levels of d3 when they have more skin?
49:21
I don't know. I heard the
49:24
word skin would produce more vitamin d3 Wouldn't or D. The
49:28
Sun hits your skin makes vitamin D
49:30
Do you have more skin therefore but you have more big fat guy?
49:33
Yeah, you'd have a lot more skin. Yeah, a lot more D
49:36
but does that compensate for the a lot more of you that there is
49:41
just saying yeah, okay, well,
49:43
alright, Dr. Dvorak. Okay. Okay. Expert Panel.
49:47
How about this. You have your big fat guy, you lose a ton of
49:51
weight and you have hanging flabby skin. So now you're thin
49:55
you don't have the extra weight but you still got the skin.
49:59
Well, you You should run for president you should run for
50:01
president because your Mike Pompeo is who you just
50:04
described. A dude's got to have a lot of hanging skin. They so
50:09
Oh, have you seen him? He lost 100 pounds.
50:13
Pompeo, the CIA guy, yes,
50:15
he's running. You've got just like this picture right now.
50:20
He's
50:20
gonna run for president. What is with the CIA guys remember back
50:24
in it when Trump ran in 2016 and a CIA guy in Utah? Because he
50:29
Oh,
50:29
that's right. Yeah, he's all over CIA
50:34
guy. Just like Pompeo. He wasn't like hiding. He wasn't like some
50:37
spook. He was just a CIA guy. And he's running for President
50:41
because Trump is no good. Right. And as what is with the CIA guys
50:45
thinking they can be president, just because George HW Bush
50:48
became president, you know, it was a fluke.
50:51
Now, I think it's, you know, the, the Presidents we have our
50:54
either run by the CIA or the DIA. I, in general, I think
51:00
Obama was CIA, Trump was clearly closer to the military. So we'll
51:04
say dia, and, you know, it's like, you know, you couldn't
51:09
have undercover guys, you know, like, Oh, I'm, I'm a member of
51:12
the CIA, but no one should really know or just be a CIA
51:14
guy. And just, you know, it's like, that's how brazen they
51:17
don't care. I don't think they care.
51:20
I was in for a rude awakening when he was in the primaries and
51:24
gets no votes.
51:26
I'm surprised Well, it's got to be money. There's money behind
51:29
them doing it. And that's the thing.
51:31
Could be some sort of a collect money scam, you know, there's
51:36
the you can collect money. campaign contributions. It could
51:43
be funneling also could be funneling CIA funds into
51:46
someone. Yeah. I don't know. There's something going on. It
51:50
sounds like money laundering.
51:53
Now, I mentioned a couple times the Young Global Leaders of the
51:58
World Economic Forum. And we've talked about this in the past.
52:01
It's just it's listed right. The people you need to know is
52:05
angler Merkel, Bill Gates, Zuckerberg news, Macron.
52:09
Trudeau. I mean the list goes on Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia Lena when
52:15
CNN whitecliff Zhong that guy is when it whenever there's some in
52:20
Haiti, whenever the summit what he's I didn't realize he
52:23
was on the young leaders. So let me get let me give you this
52:25
some notable leaders here. We have Pete Buttigieg. That makes
52:31
sense, right? We have Macron why said whitecliff Zhong we have
52:35
Zuckerberg. Rajiv Shah. Oh, that's rocket there's a
52:39
Rockefeller person, Lena when now that makes sense, because
52:42
she She's everywhere. There's trouble. She was in Boston.
52:45
Boom, there she is the Boston bombers. Now she's here. The
52:49
Belgian Prime Minister, who else you know, Jimmy Wales, Ivanka
52:52
Trump. Hello, there you go. That's interesting. That is
52:56
interesting, huh. And it's enjoyable, I want to take the
53:01
discussion in a certain direction, see if we can make
53:04
something out of what's happening. But first, this quick
53:06
clip from Klaus Schwab and 2017. Boasting, boasting about the
53:12
young global leaders that are members of the World Economic
53:15
for I think Dan Crenshaw is also a World Economic Forum Young
53:19
Global Leader, as is Tulsi Gabbard
53:21
and I have to say, for now mentioned our names like Mrs.
53:27
Merkel, even Vladimir Putin, and so on. They all have been young
53:33
global leaders of the World Economic Forum. But what we are
53:38
very proud of now as the young generation like Prime Minister
53:43
Trudeau, president of Pres. Ofra, Argentina and so on,
53:49
certainly penetrates the cabinets. So yesterday, I was
53:53
recently at a reception for Prime Minister Tweedle. And I
54:00
would know that half of this cabinet or even more half of
54:05
half of this cabinet for our actually Young Global Leaders of
54:10
stability, grateful
54:12
I love it when they boast that we penetrate cabinets everywhere
54:16
and half of Troodos cabinet, Young Global Leaders haha.
54:21
That's sick is like a bond character, this guy, what and
54:24
that's what makes them so beautiful. So let's just imagine
54:27
for a second, you got the World Economic Forum, and they've
54:30
clearly called for the great reset. And all this has to
54:33
happen and he's been going on and it was interesting,
54:37
actually, I saw I'm Tania. guttatus founding a contentious
54:41
but that is the general counsel of the United Nations. And he
54:48
tweeted something that I found very curious. Let me see I have
54:53
this image somewhere. He tweeted about things that need to be
54:57
like a priority list of things we need to to do and number one
55:01
was of course we need to defeat COVID-19. But number two was
55:09
reinvent the global financial system that seemed kind of weird
55:17
and out of place
55:20
the rust childhood feel about and then number
55:22
three is climate change. So climate change according to UN,
55:27
I put a tweet in his in the show notes, according to what that is
55:33
number three but not it's the change the world financial
55:36
system. And you know where I'm where my head's at without okay.
55:41
Yes, I believe they want to have a central bank, etc. But what
55:45
but in context of what's happening right now with Russia?
55:49
Is it maybe possible that, you know, Trump screwed everything
55:52
up, messed messed up whatever they were supposed to do for the
55:55
great reset, maybe the virus was planned. And but the vaccine
56:00
wasn't ready. I mean, whatever it is, it's not working out the
56:03
way they want it to people are, are just overpowering. It's just
56:06
not happening. But maybe what that was all set up to
56:11
facilitate the financial reset or whatever how that plays in
56:16
the climate change. They failed. That's what's happening right
56:18
now. So that failed. What is the one thing that always works when
56:23
you want to reset the world? And that's war. And perhaps, and I'm
56:28
going to take us back to David Ike, we listened to and played a
56:33
lot of David Ike way in the beginning of the show, in
56:36
2007 2008, all the way up to 2014. He was making a one
56:41
prediction over and over again, I just wonder if we're at that
56:45
place now. And I have a clip of it.
56:47
What I've been saying now, way back in the 1990s. The idea is
56:53
for this third world war, to involve Russia and China against
56:57
the West in the 1984 kind of scenario. And what you have now
57:04
is the demonization of Russia, have you noticed that are
57:07
suddenly that we've got the demonized demonization of
57:10
Russia, and what's opening up in the Ukraine, while all this is
57:16
starting to go on in the Middle East, is another front against
57:20
Russia? Because, you know, it's very easy to see how Russia can
57:24
be pulled in to this middle eastern conflict by supporting
57:30
Syria, because destroying Syria is is part of ISIS, his agenda
57:34
and American agenda and NATO's agenda, and also Iran as well.
57:38
Yeah, destroying around. Yeah, so and Russia would come out in
57:42
support of Iran. And the same would happen with China. And so
57:47
you can see how it's how the pieces in the in the in the game
57:52
are being moved around. The idea is to basically bring everything
58:00
to its knees so that the world would have to be rebuilt in its
58:05
structure and the way it operates. And it would that
58:08
would be in the image of what they've been working towards all
58:11
along. World Government, world Central Bank, world army, world
58:15
currency, centralized control of the planet. So you
58:18
take this blueprint, which you've heard a lot, and of
58:20
course, it is from 1984. We were always at war with Eurasia. You
58:24
take into account the Kazakhstan failed coup, I guess it failed.
58:29
We have no reporting, which it was, you know, trying to piss
58:33
off Russia and China, because that's their whole Belt and Road
58:36
connection goes through Kazakhstan. Now, David Ickes
58:39
says, well, they have to destroy Syria, which is another key part
58:42
for Russia. You know, they have their port over there, and
58:44
they've got long, long term relationships with with Syria.
58:49
And you know, that was kind of gone. So okay, we've got the
58:52
Russia part. We got the China part. And then yesterday, this
58:55
happens
58:55
now to the other major story overseas the days long seizure
58:59
at a prison where 1000s of suspected ISIS members are being
59:02
held ISIS fighters attacking the facility in Syria last Thursday,
59:06
in an attempt to free the ISIS detainees. A coalition said the
59:09
attack has been contained after the US called in airstrikes to
59:13
help an American backed militia regain control. But some
59:16
militants are still holed up in the section of the prison. And
59:19
they're reportedly using hundreds of detain children as
59:22
human shields. It is not clear how many prisoners were
59:25
able to escape. Well, you know that we're behind this when it's
59:29
either chemical attacks from helicopters or other bullet
59:33
crashes, right? These guys aren't even in business for the
59:36
four years Trump's in office and then two minutes after Biden
59:40
gets becomes president. ISIS is back
59:42
and wait for it very. Wait for it. Now we bring in our other
59:47
Ukrainian connection, Alexander vindman. We remember him you go.
59:51
Yeah, let me play this. Let me play this from vindman. And then
59:53
we can go wherever you want to go. This is what he said this
59:56
week on that horrible Nicole Wallace show.
1:00:00
Could you expand on your peace, Colonel vindman? And then tell
1:00:03
me what you think about what happened to that?
1:00:05
So I think it's first, it's important to know that I think
1:00:08
we're basically just on the cusp of war. I think it's all but
1:00:12
certain in my mind, that there's going to be a large European war
1:00:17
on the order of magnitude of World War Two, with air power,
1:00:22
sea power, massive ground forces offensives, and my my concern
1:00:27
now is making sure that the United States is postured for
1:00:30
that outcome, I think there's little to be done to avoid it.
1:00:33
At this point, I think the US was over reliant on a deterrent
1:00:38
based on reactionary policy. So if Russia does this, these are
1:00:42
the consequences that it could it could bear out. In reality,
1:00:46
the Russians have significant reasons to doubt us resolved in
1:00:49
this space. I think that at this point, we also need to start
1:00:53
preparing for the day after the day of bad outcome for the human
1:00:58
humanitarian catastrophe that's going to unfold in Europe,
1:01:00
further contingencies of having to reassure us allies in Eastern
1:01:05
Europe, that are going to want some US presence there to ensure
1:01:09
that Russia's objectives are, in fact, limited to Ukraine. And
1:01:12
we're going to have to come to the reality that there are going
1:01:15
to going to be seismic effects on the geopolitical landscape,
1:01:18
the economic landscape that the American people should be aware
1:01:22
of, because there are going to be direct impacts on the US
1:01:25
economy on US national security. And we should just be doing
1:01:29
everything we can to prepare for that, and do whatever, whatever
1:01:33
we think we can do at this point, maybe to avert it. But
1:01:36
it's the balls in Putin's court. He's the one that's going to
1:01:39
make the ultimate call on this. He's the one that has the most
1:01:42
flexibility, because he's an authoritarian leader. And he
1:01:46
could he could look for off ramps and face even measures, I
1:01:48
think the US and EU, NATO, and the Ukrainians have, frankly,
1:01:54
less flexibility. They've established a very firm
1:01:57
position, and something that they really can't easily change
1:02:02
course on now.
1:02:04
I'd say the guys on the inside, at least on the inside, I just
1:02:08
plan.
1:02:09
I think that he's off the rail. So I'll take the opposite with
1:02:13
him. And by the way, what was he doing on the Larry David show is
1:02:17
a star
1:02:19
didn't see up his profile. Course, he plays a douchebag.
1:02:25
Yeah, everywhere in real life, too. But that doesn't matter.
1:02:29
He's signaling. He's signaling something here.
1:02:32
Well, I want to play the same clip that you just played before
1:02:35
him was about the ISIS thing, but that is from NPR. And it
1:02:38
introduces a new term that I think is kind of cute. About the
1:02:43
kids. human shields, they're called, they're called. Well,
1:02:47
you'll hear it in here.
1:02:49
Where are these kids also detained? Is that why are the
1:02:52
kids in the prison?
1:02:54
No, no, the kids are? Well, you'll hear it in there. You'll
1:02:58
hear the term you're gonna say wow, there's a show title.
1:03:00
ISIS is back. The military group stormed a Kurdish run prison in
1:03:05
Syria sparking a week long battle with US and allied
1:03:08
forces, Fox's trainings just following that situation from
1:03:12
Tel Aviv.
1:03:16
US forces helping America's Kurdish allies bring an end to
1:03:20
the biggest offensive by ISIS in more than two years, hundreds of
1:03:23
militants attacking a prison complex in northeastern Syria.
1:03:28
The Kurds had been holding about 3000 Isis prisoners there and
1:03:31
hundreds escaped during the initial battle. They eventually
1:03:34
took over the entire prison holding hostages and using child
1:03:37
soldiers to slow down the advance of Kurdish forces. And I
1:03:40
can see him going on as well.
1:03:41
There were some who are called cubs of the caliphate. ISIS was
1:03:44
using them as human shields, and therefore we had to
1:03:46
be careful but us airstrikes and support on the ground eventually
1:03:49
proved to be too much for the ISIS fighters who surrendered on
1:03:52
Wednesday after more than 500 militants were recaptured. This
1:03:56
is the first major coordinated attack by ISIS since the fall of
1:03:59
their so called caliphate in 2019. At that time, President
1:04:02
Trump declared the group destroy, leading to questions
1:04:05
about whether the US military had been ignoring a growing
1:04:08
threat
1:04:09
constantly
1:04:10
focused on the ISIS threat. That is why we still have advised
1:04:14
Iraq. That's why we also have still have a small
1:04:17
service here. Yeah, the ISIS threat it's not gone and and we
1:04:21
recognize that
1:04:22
Meanwhile, 10s of 1000s of civilians displaced by the
1:04:24
conflict are now starting to return home hoping for stability
1:04:28
after a week of constant fighting. No Gemma on the
1:04:31
highest we are
1:04:31
all placed because of the intensive bombing and the kids
1:04:34
were terrified. We left because of the horror, the hunger and
1:04:37
the cold.
1:04:38
It's not clear how many ISIS prisoners are still at large in
1:04:41
northeast Syria.
1:04:42
Well, yes, I love it. I would like to rebrand them. I would
1:04:46
instead of the Cubs of the caliphate. Clearly this is the
1:04:50
new Syrian baseball team the caliphate cubs,
1:04:55
the caliphate.
1:04:56
That's what it is the caliphate cubs, everybody.
1:04:59
Yeah, and they never win. In a world series now, the little
1:05:06
ISIS fuckers. It was a, it was in this report, it was just a
1:05:12
matter of fact that there were like 1000s of American troops
1:05:18
there.
1:05:18
Yeah, I know. That's my point. Exactly. We're destroying Syria
1:05:21
that we're out there. No, we're supporting some some group. Some
1:05:26
other group who is against ISIS. This is This is horrible. By the
1:05:31
way, I don't think we ever left. I'm sure we never left Syria. I
1:05:34
don't think we left under Trump would always leaving something
1:05:38
behind. It's just what we do
1:05:41
probably still in Afghanistan, that yellow.
1:05:44
Probably now. I haven't feeling that something. I think Ukraine
1:05:48
is a red herring. I think it's about a different area. And when
1:05:53
I heard this report from ABC, I picked up a map
1:05:59
with more Russian troops massing on Ukraine's border, navy
1:06:03
vessels in the Baltic Seas, and Russian fighter jets heading to
1:06:07
Bella Ruth's Ukraine's neighbor to the north, the Pentagon
1:06:11
tonight placing at 500 US troops on heightened alert for possible
1:06:17
rapid deployment to back NATO allies in Eastern Europe and the
1:06:22
Baltics
1:06:23
to the Baltic Sea. When you look at the map in that sea is
1:06:29
Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, of
1:06:34
course, a little bit of Germany and Denmark. What is interesting
1:06:38
in the Baltic Sea, that's where all the action is taking place.
1:06:42
Is that anywhere near Ukraine? Well, no, not really. But
1:06:47
there's a little place called calling grot, which is
1:06:51
sandwiched in between Lithuania and Poland connects about this
1:06:56
upgrade we might have waited before but this connects to
1:06:59
Belarus and Ukraine through the Sawaki gap. And this has been a
1:07:03
point of contention for NATO for years. It's like 64 miles of
1:07:07
land that Russia can use to move through Bella rousse. To common
1:07:13
ground, which is where they have historically a naval base. And
1:07:17
I'm pretty sure a submarine base and when I'm receiving now from
1:07:21
producers is this May this may result in submarines cutting
1:07:27
undersea cables. There's a there's a Oh, there you go.
1:07:30
There's a yeah, there's a particular cable, which is very
1:07:35
important military cable. I see if I can find what it's called.
1:07:40
It's the Yes, it's the cable in Svalbard, Norway. This is one of
1:07:47
the this is one of the highest capacity and military and
1:07:51
commercial satellites use it for the backhaul, I guess. And that
1:07:57
is why we saw Sweden if you recall the report, saying yeah,
1:08:01
we're beefing up security and Gotland. Remember that? Who
1:08:05
gives a crap about good luck? Well, good luck is right there
1:08:08
in the middle of the Baltic Sea. And I think some of the cables
1:08:12
may run through it or under it or next time, they would
1:08:15
probably run through it. Yeah. So that would be your theater.
1:08:18
Your theater of war is the Baltic Sea. And then we have the
1:08:23
we saw something like this that you remember about 10 years ago
1:08:27
when there was this action. They were cutting they were cutting
1:08:29
hands they were cutting cables. At that point, we're cutting
1:08:32
cables now decided turkey.
1:08:35
So you got the information that you want to cut. And then of
1:08:37
course, even the New York Times New York Times when did this
1:08:40
come out? This was when was this yesterday? Two days ago? The
1:08:46
headline is clear. What happens if Russia cuts off Europe's
1:08:50
natural gas? Well, your climate change policies will look pretty
1:08:57
weak, won't they? Without Russia's natural gas and I think
1:09:01
Nord Stream two is is on ice for a long time now. You know what
1:09:06
you see exact you get exactly what you see natural gas trading
1:09:09
five times last year's price. And we're shipping it now we're
1:09:14
shipping it we're shipping as much as we can.
1:09:18
Well, I would say look at it from our perspective. It's a win
1:09:21
win. The Russians can bide their time they got tons of natural
1:09:24
gas and they can ship it and they okay so they're gonna take
1:09:27
a beating at least for the short term but then long term says the
1:09:31
price is jacked up. That makes it very profitable for us to
1:09:36
ship it by. Yes. And we're not going to get the cheap price the
1:09:40
old crap price which the Russians have been selling it I
1:09:44
get best price oh we get best price we get best price. But but
1:09:48
our idea of best price is a high price not a low price like the
1:09:52
Chinese Correct? No, we like best best price. So we sell for
1:09:57
best price and then the Russians can be let in on the deal later
1:10:02
and take over at the new high price when they when they
1:10:06
finally opened the North Stream to Russia to make it we everyone
1:10:10
could make out on this deal behind the scenes. Oh,
1:10:12
and that's very possible but I'm just seeing this whole Yeah,
1:10:16
I don't see a war. Well, Vin mins predict Well,
1:10:19
I don't think it's a kinetic war at all. That's not the war is
1:10:22
probably well underway we just don't even know all the things
1:10:25
that are happening. But it you know, the world wars, if you
1:10:31
really look at the world wars, it was always France and Germany
1:10:34
pissed off at each other. That's what it always is. They're
1:10:38
always fighting. And the UK is now completely extracted from
1:10:41
Brexit is if we look at the at the at the good old boys idea of
1:10:45
global government, you know, one one more one more time boys one
1:10:49
more World War, we reset everything reset the financial
1:10:52
system, we reset the boundaries, we make up new countries, we
1:10:55
remove countries, we can do anything we want. And Russia and
1:11:01
China will just forever be the adversary or we could bring them
1:11:05
back in. And it was Saki used an interesting terminology when she
1:11:12
was asked by douchey. Ducey about Sangyo we're sanctioning
1:11:17
Russia. But how about China is just again, lumping Russia and
1:11:21
China together.
1:11:22
And I'm COVID origins. You guys are talking a lot about
1:11:25
sanctions for Russia if they dare to invade Ukraine. What
1:11:29
about sanctions for China? At any point for misleading the
1:11:34
world about the early days of the global pandemic?
1:11:37
We had used sanctions as a tool as it relates to our concerns
1:11:41
about the behavior of a range of countries, including officials
1:11:44
in China, but I have nothing to preview for you at this point.
1:11:48
If you ever heard that terminology, I've nothing to
1:11:50
preview for you at this point.
1:11:53
Just before Okay, I just thought it was odd when she's got a lot
1:11:58
of reader usage review to pre vertical that
1:12:01
I mean, you have it all ready to go just the trailer isn't ready
1:12:05
yet. You're Wag the Dog trailer. CBS reports on the sanctions
1:12:10
which could go all the way to the top.
1:12:12
So you have some reporting on whether President Biden would
1:12:14
want to personally sanction the Russian president. Well, nor the
1:12:18
US could sanction Putin, but at this point, the White House has
1:12:21
not decided to do so according to sources I speak to if you do
1:12:25
that it creates some technical complications. If you sanction
1:12:28
someone you have to negotiate with, how do they travel?
1:12:31
Coordination wise, it also gets complicated. What may be more
1:12:35
effective as a strategy is putting pressure on the
1:12:38
oligarchs close to him their business interests and their
1:12:40
bank accounts so that they in turn, put pressure on Putin,
1:12:44
isn't it? Didn't we already do that? Isn't that the whole
1:12:46
Magnitsky Act on
1:12:47
the last show as a matter of fact, well
1:12:48
Magnitsky Act was you
1:12:50
know, it was the old Obama task. Yes. Get his buddy. We're gonna
1:12:55
make it so his friends are miserable. And this is logic.
1:12:58
Yeah. I really hate this guy. This guy curry. What do you what
1:13:02
are you gonna do about it? I'm gonna I'm gonna kick his wife
1:13:06
until she tells them this is like so something is like
1:13:12
dissociated is very strange.
1:13:15
Your your pent up. aggression against Tina is notable. Kicker.
1:13:22
I got one more here about, oh, this is the back and forth.
1:13:26
The US Ambassador to Moscow delivered a written response to
1:13:29
Russia's demand that NATO halted its expansion and never allow
1:13:33
former Soviet states including Ukraine to join the Alliance.
1:13:37
There is no change. There will be no change. Secretary Blinken
1:13:40
said no such concessions will be made. But the US did put an
1:13:43
offer on the table was this just to show you tried was
1:13:47
we said the placement of offensive missile systems in
1:13:52
Ukraine military exercises and maneuvers. In Europe. All of
1:13:56
these things would address I think mutual concerns including
1:13:59
concern stated by Russia and advanced collective security
1:14:03
8500 US troops were put on high alert for near term deployment
1:14:07
in case diplomacy fails. Today NATO Secretary General said 5000
1:14:12
allied forces are set to go. We have plans in place that we can
1:14:17
activate execute on very short notice. But no one is quite sure
1:14:22
what Vladimir Putin will do. Next week. He is set to travel
1:14:25
to China for the start of the Olympic Games. And the State
1:14:28
Department says that may impact timing of an attack.
1:14:31
I think that probably President Xi Jingping would not be
1:14:36
ecstatic if Putin chose that moment to invade Ukraine. So
1:14:41
that may affect his timing and his thinking.
1:14:44
Yeah, except because because it affects the ratings on the on
1:14:50
the Olympic Games are what are they saying? What are they
1:14:54
trying to tell
1:14:54
us? They're just trying to tell us Russia China together bad all
1:14:58
evil no good and when We're not going with NBC isn't even
1:15:01
sending reporters for their own show.
1:15:07
They get they who's gonna report on the games, they're just gonna
1:15:10
voice this kind of voiceovers. You and I can do it. We can just
1:15:15
do. We can do our own commentary. They're not gonna
1:15:17
have anybody on hell. Oh, yes. Very good. And here he is in the
1:15:22
women's final that would pretty much be it.
1:15:27
You know that I was still stuck in my mind this idea about the I
1:15:31
forgot the gas prices went five fold. This you know, this whole
1:15:35
thing could be a giant scam to screw Europe, you know? Yes,
1:15:40
yes. Yeah. And Russia may be in on it by because they know that
1:15:45
Biden plays ball. Yep. Maybe Biden crime family, they'll go
1:15:50
along with this and it and Biden gets some help. You know, it can
1:15:52
help.
1:15:53
But you're giving your giving the American elites a lot of
1:15:56
credit with that. How can these bumbling fools do anything? And
1:16:00
what was the point of this whole COVID-19? Then come on.
1:16:04
I know I think that's separate. I'm taking COVID-19 off the
1:16:07
table when it comes to this kind of scheme just to make money off
1:16:10
of oil.
1:16:11
Yeah. Well, it's working. What
1:16:13
are we good with oil?
1:16:14
What does oil now $90 A barrel? Listen the high 80s as you can,
1:16:18
it's gonna you're gonna have $12 gas in California.
1:16:23
Well, you know what, you know what it is in Norway? $14 a
1:16:27
gallon. Yeah, but they push the green thing they push the green
1:16:32
tea. The Norwegians are stupid folks like me. Push green,
1:16:36
green, green. Here's your gasoline. $12 a gallon. Now
1:16:39
you're going to get an electric car. Oh, by the way, electricity
1:16:41
is really expensive too, but maybe should just stay home?
1:16:46
Well, I think I think that would also be preferable. So we have
1:16:51
all we have all around. We have all that going on, then we need
1:16:54
to create some more panic to for political reasons. And maybe for
1:16:59
some climate change or maybe just to be used the handy moment
1:17:02
if we need to block everybody down or keep everybody home. But
1:17:07
I'm sorry, I can't get this out of my system. Okay. So the
1:17:10
Norwegian let's go back to the Norway thing. The $14. Again,
1:17:14
Norway's one of the world's leading producer, oil,
1:17:18
petroleum. Yeah. Period, that if you go to the Middle East, to
1:17:23
any of those countries that are leading producers of oil,
1:17:26
gasoline is like a dime. It's 25 cents. 10 cents a gallon.
1:17:30
They're basically giving it to the citizens. They're giving it
1:17:34
away. It's cheaper than water. People always Oh, you know, it's
1:17:38
funny on Saudi Arabia, gasoline is cheaper than water. What is
1:17:42
wrong with the European mentality that they won't give
1:17:46
their own people cheap gasoline? In Norway, why is it $14 A
1:17:51
gallon when they produce produce it all for next to nothing for
1:17:54
the same
1:17:54
reason they lock the European citizens up like dogs. They hate
1:17:59
them. They hate them. They don't
1:18:01
hate them. They hate European governance. They are elites, as
1:18:05
you would call them. I would call them the same thing. You'd
1:18:08
call them. Hate the public. They hate the peasants. They hate
1:18:12
them. They hate the populace. They hate them.
1:18:14
Yes. Yes. There's your answer. None of these leaders love their
1:18:19
people. None of them. They are I mean useless eaters that they
1:18:25
are to be there to be eliminated. They're to be
1:18:27
eliminated. Trudeau hates his public. Yes, they are to be
1:18:31
eliminated. The ones who are not on board will put up with these
1:18:34
guys. Well, they're not they're starting to they're starting to
1:18:36
push back. But your point is well made. Let's watch the 2022
1:18:41
election in the United States. Let's see all the same
1:18:44
douchebags. All the same douchebags get reelected. And of
1:18:48
course, how could we miss this
1:18:51
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is running for reelection in 19th.
1:18:54
Term Pelosi is at one No word yet if she'll try to keep her
1:18:57
position as speaker and Democrats hold on to control of
1:19:01
the house.
1:19:01
You know, if California if California reelect Nancy Pelosi
1:19:07
the her district, then California is no longer my
1:19:11
America.
1:19:13
I'm shunning you, not California. California's not
1:19:16
electing Nancy place said her district I said her district is
1:19:21
her there is no district per district is just a rubber stamp
1:19:25
that says Democrat on it. Wherever it gets to run is the
1:19:29
Democrat in that district gets the job and she if she decides
1:19:32
to run because she is the boss. She gets the job. It should
1:19:37
nobody's voting for her. It's just giant rubber stamp. It's
1:19:41
like you go there. Someone actually do you find that people
1:19:43
do vote they do vote. No, no, it's just I mean, have you never
1:19:47
seen anything?
1:19:48
There's no ballot.
1:19:50
There's a crank on this side of the thing. Okay. All right,
1:19:54
John. There's no ballot. I
1:19:56
gotcha. I gotcha. Moving on. to her favorite pastime, January 6,
1:20:02
the purge, we've got to make everyone very afraid of
1:20:04
Republicans in particular, as certainly anyone who who has
1:20:09
ever said Trump without wincing, and grimacing and and gagging.
1:20:19
And now, and God bless Catherine herridge when she left Fox and
1:20:23
went to the CIA broadcast system, she went all in it's
1:20:28
kind of it's kind of sad that she had to do that. But this
1:20:31
this, of course, was the big she's told this was the big news
1:20:34
yesterday and will and this this can be used we'll see if it gets
1:20:37
used, but at least it's it's out there.
1:20:39
Here in the US the Department of Homeland Security is warning of
1:20:42
a potential troubling escalation in tactics from right wing
1:20:45
extremists. Katherine Harris has more on this and she joins us
1:20:48
from Washington, Catherine, we understand the power grid could
1:20:52
be a good morning.
1:20:53
According to the intelligence report obtained by CBS News,
1:20:57
these groups have developed credible and specific plans to
1:21:00
attack the power grid since at least 2020. As a way to disrupt
1:21:04
the country and the ability of government to operate. The
1:21:07
report warns extremists adhering to a range of ideologies will
1:21:11
likely continue to plot and encourage physical attacks
1:21:15
against power networks, which include more than 6400 plants
1:21:19
and nearly a half million miles of high voltage lines. While the
1:21:23
bulletin emphasized small scale attacks are unlikely to cause
1:21:27
widespread power loss. It may cause disruption to critical
1:21:30
infrastructure, like hospitals. Yes, police department, Homeland
1:21:34
Security noted several indicators, including online
1:21:37
chatter while the report does not suggest
1:21:43
Wait, no wait before you say that. I like the two examples of
1:21:48
hospitals and police stations. Why not fire departments? Why
1:21:52
not? I mean, is that really what are you trying to tell us? I'm
1:21:56
thinking they're going to pull the plug on some police stations
1:21:58
let it go rampant.
1:22:00
But they can't do much with most hospitals worth their salt have
1:22:04
jet turbine engines in the roof course they do. And they do
1:22:08
power goes up there run in fine. So that's bull crap. That's just
1:22:11
a lie CIA. And now the and now the but the police stations
1:22:17
don't that I know of have backup. I know but they couldn't
1:22:21
get cars they get in their cars again, the radio and the cars. I
1:22:23
mean, come on. Anyway,
1:22:25
it may cause disruption to critical infrastructure, like
1:22:28
hospitals and police departments. Homeland Security
1:22:31
noted several indicators, including online chatter online
1:22:35
chatter. One of the reports is
1:22:37
what I interrupted for I forgot already. Online Chatter is a
1:22:41
reference to terrorists terrorists, least terrorists
1:22:44
911. So So you use the term online chatter? Yes.
1:22:50
associative? Yes.
1:22:52
It's beautiful, including online chatter. While the report does
1:22:57
not suggest the homeland security secretary has warned
1:23:01
lone wolf actors and small names of extremists are among the
1:23:04
greatest domestic threat, because they are hard to detect,
1:23:08
disrupt and can mobilize quickly
1:23:10
and it's back did you did you catch it is back the lone wolf
1:23:13
is back.
1:23:17
I ask you a question please do. So what's one give me one single
1:23:22
one example of one of these terrorists doing some damage to
1:23:26
a power plant with a whatever. By the way, I isolate one of
1:23:29
these stories for the newsletter and mentioned that the one of
1:23:32
the big threats was the online a terrorist with a hammer.
1:23:36
Yeah. I think we've made this joke before because I think
1:23:39
we've had this exact same threat. But maybe it was ISIS
1:23:45
then. But they were We were laughing about it. What are you
1:23:47
going to do? You're going to go to the gate and throw hammers or
1:23:50
bricks or something. Now we also got the Russia mind to bring
1:23:55
down the grid with cyber cyber attack that would work. I don't
1:24:00
know. I'm just telling
1:24:01
you asking you at your mat. This is the L O. O
1:24:04
okay. The CIA goes in and does it and blames Russia. The CIA
1:24:08
goes in and blames it on Maga people. Yeah, that's what's
1:24:11
going on.
1:24:12
Well, and then they leave a piece of some clothing a piece
1:24:15
of patch says
1:24:17
mega mega mega
1:24:20
mega mass here. And it's like, oh look, we found a piece of
1:24:24
clothing.
1:24:25
But this is pre conditioning, whether they use it or not, and
1:24:28
one of our producers. This is almost like a movie soundtrack
1:24:32
as I'm going to play it. It's the same report short is from
1:24:35
CBS 800 Am and our producer is is recording it in his car as
1:24:41
he's driving. So now just close your eyes and set the scene for
1:24:44
a second. You're driving away from the horrible things that
1:24:48
are taking place the Armageddon the movie, the smoke is on the
1:24:51
horizon and you turn on the radio
1:24:54
tactics from right wing extremist. CBS with Catherine
1:24:58
herridge reports the power grid could be a
1:25:00
target. That report warns extremists adhering to a range
1:25:03
of ideologies will likely continue to plot and encourage a
1:25:06
physical attacks against power networks, which include more
1:25:10
than 6500 plants and nearly half million miles of high voltage
1:25:14
lines may cause disruption to critical infrastructure like
1:25:18
hospitals and police departments. The World Health
1:25:20
Organization says there were 21 million new COVID
1:25:25
Isn't that the way every Stephen King movie opens with the radio
1:25:29
and you hear the reports is old? Greg. I love it. I love it. I'm
1:25:34
conditioned I'm ready for it. Although I hope the aihole who
1:25:37
promised me to have my whole house generator installed does
1:25:40
it before the violent domestic extremists turn off the grid?
1:25:46
You bitching about your local vendor? Now? You change topic?
1:25:49
Yeah, no, it's not a topic change. Just saying. Very upset
1:25:54
about that.
1:25:55
Wow, what's the rush?
1:25:57
Did you not hear the report man? Yeah, yeah.
1:26:05
I don't even you know, when they do something like this,
1:26:07
especially with a hammer I'm waiting. Oh, do you remember the
1:26:14
tip just go back just this just came to my do remember. And this
1:26:19
is way earlier this is like over 10 years ago on this show. We
1:26:23
were discussing these guys that were in is in San Jose and was
1:26:27
taking place I forgot where you're living at the time. But
1:26:30
these guys kept toying with little, little areas where the
1:26:34
internet was all interconnected in there you'd go in and dig it
1:26:37
up or something is the exchanges the like the was it the big big
1:26:42
exchange it was like different kinds of little connected areas
1:26:47
that nobody knew was an exchange it wasn't like not like Mae East
1:26:50
Mae West now okay, it wasn't one of the big boys but they were
1:26:54
doing they were fooling around with it and we thought it was oh
1:26:56
maybe they were just testing the system and I you remember just
1:27:02
vaguely remember these this happening and then it just wait
1:27:05
was was this when they got into some Cisco routers at these
1:27:09
smaller exchanges and I do remember something like that
1:27:13
yeah, there
1:27:14
was something like that I don't remember the details then it
1:27:16
just disappeared off the radar this whole whatever was going on
1:27:22
you know I went to may East years ago Yeah. Back in the I
1:27:29
forgot when it was it was so long ago it was I mean this main
1:27:33
part of it was in a you can get up on was if you drove a truck
1:27:36
in there you could take out the whole thing okay took me down to
1:27:41
show me something that was cooked in there and he says you
1:27:45
know you could come in here with one hand grenade and you could
1:27:48
wipe out the East Coast taking forever to fix it
1:27:53
wasn't what wasn't there at some point this is early this is
1:27:56
early internet lore people pay attention. I remember I old made
1:28:00
a list this is the web to this the metropolitan area exchange
1:28:05
is what ma e may stands for that's where you have all these
1:28:08
networks interconnect and there's many more of them now
1:28:10
but those are the big ones. I remember what I said before I
1:28:12
remember when it flooded you remember that it was Mae
1:28:15
east that flooded Yeah, because we're saying Bailey's flood you
1:28:18
had to walk down to get into it.
1:28:19
Mm hmm Yep. Yeah, and I remember that caused some havoc good
1:28:24
times man. Good times. Good times I don't think I have much
1:28:31
else in that area you got anything else we need to do we
1:28:38
can we I want
1:28:39
to get this we're still on the I don't want to go too far away
1:28:42
from the VAX because I have a bunch Oh,
1:28:43
oh, let's do the VAX clips anti backs okay. Oh, I'm sorry. I
1:28:46
didn't even see them. Okay,
1:28:48
let's do a C Vex Vex fasciae now, I want to play this because
1:28:52
it's the one that's got your buddy in it. This is the
1:28:55
unvetted Are you
1:28:56
telling me oh stir home clips are coming up again because it's
1:28:59
so rude that you say is my buddy.
1:29:01
unvaccinated hated by Stern
1:29:05
ah,
1:29:06
about 64% of the American population has been fully
1:29:10
vaccinated now and many are feeling anger at the remaining
1:29:13
36% There have been calls for hospitals to refrain from
1:29:18
treating unvaccinated people, including from radio host Howard
1:29:21
Stern last week. Now if it was up to
1:29:24
me, anyone unvaccinated would not be admitted to a hospital.
1:29:28
At this point. They've been given plenty of opportunity to
1:29:30
get the vaccine.
1:29:32
And last year late night host Jimmy Kimmel joked about it to
1:29:35
Dr. Fauci said that if hospitals get any more overcrowded they're
1:29:38
gonna have to make some very tough choices about who gets an
1:29:41
ICU but I don't have that choice didn't seem so tough to me.
1:29:44
Vaccinated person having a heart attack? Yes. Come right on and
1:29:47
we'll take care of you unvaccinated guy who gobbled
1:29:50
horse goo rest in peace Wheezy.
1:29:53
But medical ethicists say that is not the right approach. Dr.
1:29:57
Carla Kearns is an associate professor of math Medical Ethics
1:30:00
and palliative care at the University of Kansas Medical
1:30:03
Center in Kansas City, Kansas. And she joins us now. Welcome.
1:30:06
Thank you. What is your reaction to people who say hospitals
1:30:11
should turn away unvaccinated people? It makes me sad, first
1:30:16
of all, because I have seen and treated a lot of folks who
1:30:21
haven't been vaccinated throughout the pandemic. And
1:30:24
these are our neighbors, the folks who remain unvaccinated
1:30:27
while there's a fraction who are resistant and aren't going to
1:30:31
get vaccinated. A large fraction of the rest of them are folks
1:30:34
who have poor access to healthcare are poor access to
1:30:38
information. It's rural folks, it's folks from from poor
1:30:43
communities. It's folks who don't have insurance or who have
1:30:46
jobs where they can't get away to get a shot in the middle of
1:30:50
the day.
1:30:52
Was this NPR? Was this NPR? Yeah, yeah, I think yes. Okay.
1:30:57
That's really sad.
1:31:00
What a couple of things here. First of all, this idea they're
1:31:04
trying, they're pushing this notion that the unvaccinated are
1:31:07
poor rural dummies. So there's that element, they kind of keep
1:31:13
that, you know, these poor idiots. They can't get better
1:31:16
our neighbors, they're our neighbor or neighbors, but
1:31:18
they're, but somehow our neighbors across the tracks
1:31:21
earlier, I don't know how that were don't touch the dumb ones.
1:31:24
The second thing was the subtle, the very subtle and
1:31:29
subconscious. And I know he didn't mean to say it or do it.
1:31:33
But Kimble, when he says, Oh, you're vaccinated person having
1:31:38
a heart
1:31:38
heart attack? Yes. I love that. I love the hardest. I just
1:31:41
slipped that in.
1:31:43
Like he did. Yeah. Well, I think it's coming across now that the
1:31:46
vaccines cause harm.
1:31:48
People like oh, wait a minute. Yeah.
1:31:52
So we didn't get that Joker, she fit this woman, this, this woman
1:31:55
here finishes off with some more as your sad story about house is
1:32:00
not the way to think. And then this, you mentioned that well
1:32:04
play part two, because there's a couple more items in here.
1:32:07
And the second thing is we don't do that. In healthcare, we treat
1:32:11
people based on their need, and everyone could find themselves
1:32:16
in need of health care. And just because you ate at McDonald's
1:32:20
yesterday, or you were driving a little too fast, or you decided
1:32:25
to go bungee jumping doesn't mean that we don't treat you for
1:32:29
what happens. An article in The Atlantic last week, which you
1:32:33
may have seen detailed another similar trend, which is people
1:32:36
particularly on social media, scorning those who are mourning
1:32:41
their loved ones who've died from COVID and weren't
1:32:43
vaccinated. And I just wonder how that strikes you. It's
1:32:48
really a sign of the stress and tragedy of our times, you know,
1:32:52
why would people be so angry or so mean? And I think the answer
1:32:56
to that is that we are all tired, and we're angry, and our
1:33:00
lives have been disrupted for two years now. And some folks
1:33:05
are facing things like having surgeries delayed and they're
1:33:09
looking for someone to blame, but they're also looking for a
1:33:13
sense of control. And the idea that I got vaccinated so I'm
1:33:17
going to be safe, and it's their fault that they got sick, helps
1:33:22
almost as a psychological coping mechanism. It helps us think
1:33:26
well this wouldn't happen to me
1:33:28
Oh, who was this? Millennial?
1:33:33
Some Dr. Maeda but I do think that I think if people are
1:33:37
ignoring is that it's a it's deep seated this this gloating
1:33:42
over somebody else's misfortune now is really a kind of an I
1:33:46
don't want to say racist, but it reminds me of like, you know,
1:33:50
the the yellow star and all the rest, you know, as a Jewish
1:33:53
bastard let him be brought. I mean, it's, it's really the
1:33:58
worst part of the human psyche is what you're witnessing. When
1:34:01
you see people like stern or Kimmel? Or all the people
1:34:06
gloating over the death of someone saying yes to Betty and
1:34:09
get vaccinated should be dead. It's really sick.
1:34:14
And sadly, that is human nature when people get into this state,
1:34:19
I think it's hypnosis but whatever it is, throughout
1:34:22
history throughout history, it is the never forget, although
1:34:28
they should say always remember, but never forget the Holocaust.
1:34:31
Yeah, what should we not forget that you're the Nazis? We
1:34:33
ourselves are the Nazis. That's what that's what you're not
1:34:36
supposed to forget. That happens every single time. It and it's
1:34:41
not just in the West, it's everywhere. These and even in
1:34:44
the West. About the witch trials. We had so many things
1:34:47
just killing, killing our own neighbors. That's who we are.
1:34:53
All people as long as you have the right set of circumstances
1:34:57
and the right messaging, and let's face it, The messaging is
1:35:00
strong. And it's also backed up by reports like
1:35:03
this, a hospital in Boston has denied a heart transplant to a
1:35:07
man whose unvaccinated medical experts say the hospital's
1:35:11
decision comes down to the likelihood of the transplant
1:35:14
success.
1:35:15
Cool. Could you COVID to you, the organs are scarce, we're not
1:35:20
going to distribute them to someone who has a very poor
1:35:23
chance of living, when others who are vaccinated have a much
1:35:27
better chance post surgery of surviving.
1:35:30
The hospital says it does everything possible to make sure
1:35:33
organs go to patients with the best odds of survival.
1:35:39
You know, death panel? Yes, sanal.
1:35:41
And as I'm listening to that, I have a couple of clips from the
1:35:44
view today. I don't want to play them not just want to play one
1:35:48
now because it fits into this. You're right, this, this is
1:35:52
sick. These people who think this way are sick. And this is
1:35:58
almost the way that guy sounded like, well, you know, we make
1:36:02
the decisions here. Oh, no, we're not gonna let you you
1:36:05
clearly have much, much smaller change, even though the chance
1:36:09
of dying is what 0.1% Yeah, much smaller chance of surviving your
1:36:15
heart transplant if you're not vaccinated, so you'll get
1:36:17
doesn't have COVID but if you get COVID on that into why waste
1:36:21
a good heart. That's really sick thinking from these people. And
1:36:26
when I heard when I heard Whoopi Goldberg, a railing on colleague
1:36:33
Bill Maher. She said something in there that I believe was
1:36:37
projection because it is true.
1:36:40
Just people on the fringe I'm there who are who are, you know,
1:36:43
speaking out like this and over the weekend, Bill Maher made a
1:36:47
case for people who are vaccinated, boosted and have
1:36:50
been following the rules since all of this started. Take a
1:36:53
look.
1:36:54
I don't want to live in your paranoid world anymore. Your
1:36:57
mask paranoid world you know, you go out it's silly now, you
1:37:00
know, you'd have your mask kept up a card, you have to booster
1:37:04
they scan your head. Like you're a cashier and I'm a bunch of
1:37:11
bananas.
1:37:14
Bananas you are.
1:37:16
That's not really funny. Two people have lost their kids to
1:37:20
this vaccine or people who lost family members or dear friends
1:37:25
to this. It's just, you know, listen, nobody on the planet
1:37:29
really wants to go through this. This is not something we're
1:37:32
doing because it's, you know, sexually gratifying. This is
1:37:36
what we're doing to protect our families.
1:37:37
Why did she say that?
1:37:41
You know, I've heard this clip. And I have I've wondered, and by
1:37:48
the way, what happened to her? She looks like she's gained 150
1:37:52
pounds.
1:37:52
Yes. She She She She blew up pretty big. Yeah.
1:37:56
Out of the blue. Yeah. Yeah, I know. It's a weird thing for her
1:38:03
to say, out of the blue. And I'm
1:38:05
thinking because you probably do get some sexual gratification
1:38:09
from you know, from this whole from this whole scenario. And as
1:38:16
a call as a fellow comic. Isn't she way off base for what she's
1:38:22
doing here? Is that done it? Did you criticize comedians doing a
1:38:27
bit? As a comedian, which she claims to be?
1:38:31
Jealous? She used to do stand up? Yeah, no, that's
1:38:33
why I'm saying can you then just go on? Is that done in the
1:38:37
comedy world? No. That's
1:38:41
not to say it's a faux pa solicit mistake was like
1:38:46
stealing material.
1:38:47
Let's play the rest of it.
1:38:48
It's just, you know, listen, nobody on the planet really
1:38:51
wants to go through this. This is not something we're doing
1:38:54
because it's, you know, sexually gratifying. This is what we're
1:38:58
doing to protect our families. And you don't have to do it. But
1:39:02
stay away from everybody. Because if you're the one who's
1:39:05
not paying attention, and your confidence needs you don't want
1:39:09
to didn't stay out of the public man. This nobody wants this man.
1:39:14
I don't want it. And I think he's forgetting the people are
1:39:17
still at risk. who cannot get vaccinated people who can't get
1:39:22
the little kids under the age of five. Yeah, well people with
1:39:25
health conditions How dare you be so flippant man?
1:39:31
Is that all comics speak to each other? How dare you be so
1:39:33
flippin man. We'll be showing her true Beyonce. Beyonce ever
1:39:40
kids
1:39:41
under the age of five Yeah, when people would help conditions How
1:39:44
dare you be so flippant man
1:39:47
they're over it like yeah relationship over it
1:39:51
to the post mask port part because I think there's a
1:39:54
prudence we've learned with the mask, the hand sanitizer, hand
1:39:57
sanitizing that kind of like 911 with flying is always going to
1:40:01
be here. Now there's a new normal in the beginning when I
1:40:03
post 911 People didn't want to fly. And the security measures
1:40:07
felt like a how do we do this? You know, and now it's the norm.
1:40:10
I think some of the things we've learned in this pandemic are
1:40:13
going to stay the same. I may never ride a subway again
1:40:15
without a mask. I never go indoors to big crowds never feel
1:40:18
comfortable without a mask, and that's up to me to do that.
1:40:21
It's okay if you got a million dollar salary on the view. Why
1:40:24
take the subway? This is really great. I love Kim. She has a
1:40:30
service Give me a break. Don't be so flippin man. I'm gonna say
1:40:34
that to everybody. Now. He just said to me, Hey, don't be so
1:40:38
flippin man. Can we take a break?
1:40:41
up so I do have some more of these vaccines, but I don't
1:40:44
rather take a cigarette lighter.
1:40:46
I need a break because I'd like to thank you for your courage
1:40:49
and say in the morning to you, You the man who put the sea in
1:40:53
the caliphate cubs, ladies and gentlemen, Mr. John C. Dvorak.
1:40:58
Well
1:41:04
you see, the boots in the ground the feet near the surface in the
1:41:08
water games at nights out in the
1:41:11
morning to the trolls in the troll room. Hey, trolls Don't be
1:41:13
so flippin man. It's not cool what you're doing this is real,
1:41:18
real drive and kick the troll out early this morning. For
1:41:21
being flippant. Yeah. For being flippant. Am I gonna flip you
1:41:24
out of the troll room? That's That's it. We no longer kick
1:41:26
it's flip please say I said Kamala Harris is not is not
1:41:33
African American. Oh no that Biden said he would nominate a
1:41:38
black woman and all the reports are African American.
1:41:43
And so what a flippin person say
1:41:46
Oh, speaks the guy who has one black friend
1:41:52
of mine that was funny. It's funny, but it gets you flipped
1:41:55
out of the
1:41:55
troll room. Crap it was very funny but I was like yeah, I'm
1:42:02
kicking you out for that was too good. I makes the
1:42:07
joke rap for for banning people or your whatever it is. Why
1:42:11
didn't
1:42:11
ban him? I just flipped him out. He came right back in it's just
1:42:14
it's just a joke because it says In fact that we need to change
1:42:18
the words or whatever the dude Dogen was flipped by Adam curry.
1:42:24
It's not a bad clip. It's not a bad he came right back in
1:42:27
flipped out is funny. Hey, if you want to be flipped out, go
1:42:32
to the troll room troll. room.io Let's find out how many how many
1:42:36
waiting to get flipped out for a second. Hello trolls. They're
1:42:40
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you there or follow us at no agenda social calm. That's where
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all the cool kids hang out the ones who are early on in. Yeah,
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but of course there are many other places you can sign up and
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follow the action just follow Jhansi Dvorak at no agenda
1:43:14
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encourage you to move to the mastodon move to the fediverse
1:43:21
Get off of Twitter. Stop wasting your time and don't be so
1:43:25
flippin man. Seriously. Let's thank the artist for episode
1:43:31
1419. We titled that sleep equity, how could we not showed
1:43:36
up in one of our clips. And this fantastic artwork. Again, the
1:43:41
this is this is what is so good about our producers. And just
1:43:46
the I mean, we all pick the hits. And we pick the monkey
1:43:49
story is the hit right after we're done with the show. And
1:43:52
we've got this great monkey art from Mike Riley. The news cycle
1:43:57
flips and it's all the lady who touched the monkey has symptoms.
1:44:03
And so everyone's seeing this image and we're laughing our ass
1:44:05
off and it was perfect. And Mike Riley nailed it with the time to
1:44:09
add a monkey.
1:44:11
Yeah, and he's just silly monkey.
1:44:12
very silly monkey. It was it was it's also very recognizable.
1:44:19
Mike Riley, by the way. I mean, it just looks like a whole
1:44:21
style. Yeah, he's got he's got some style. There were a couple
1:44:25
other things we looked at. I believe
1:44:28
that was the movie. A couple other Muslims. Aaron. Dara did a
1:44:31
good monkey Darrin
1:44:32
had a monkey had touched the monkey with the dump truck being
1:44:35
crashed into Yeah, we had. We have more swabs.
1:44:42
Sarah monkeys that was up there by somebody who did barrel and
1:44:45
Barrel of Monkeys dead.
1:44:50
Was anything we looked at seriously that we thought was
1:44:53
good. A lot of kitty litter furry litter. No, no, no. I
1:45:02
don't think there was anything new
1:45:04
must have been I think we went right to the Reilly piece.
1:45:08
What else are we looking at? Nothing kind of rings a bell
1:45:12
milk on the second page.
1:45:13
It was the pic. Oh a lot. A lot of people,
1:45:16
a lot of people did the m&m thing, thinking that we would do
1:45:20
the m&m story. Oh yeah, we did which is you know that's go to
1:45:23
Tim Poole for that lame story. Yeah, we don't do that. It's
1:45:27
like, oh, it's promotion for m&ms for Mars. The NARS
1:45:31
Corporation
1:45:31
designed to be a promotion for m&ms. Yes, of course.
1:45:37
And then he constructing
1:45:38
any news unless we we just did, which is a promotion.
1:45:42
That's That's it? It's a promotion surprise.
1:45:46
Yeah. Never heard such thing.
1:45:48
I think that was it. John, I don't think there was anything
1:45:49
else.
1:45:50
No, there was that dude. There is a picture down there of I
1:45:52
have to give credit to roundy who was at the meetup and then
1:45:56
they went to this protest? Yeah, we have a report from him later
1:45:59
on. And he had to stop caring sign up. Ah. Which was I was
1:46:05
curious about it because he was wandering he got a lot of
1:46:08
attention from the media because we didn't we would camera would
1:46:11
take a picture of it because it stood out in the because it was
1:46:14
because he's smart rule. Yeah, he's smart. He knows what he's
1:46:16
doing.
1:46:17
I like to stay so I contacted him and asked him about the the
1:46:23
makeup of the sign because it looked like I have a sign. Huge.
1:46:29
But it made it was made out of Styrofoam the whole thing.
1:46:31
Was that the red stop Karen with the wig on it. Yeah, yeah.
1:46:36
Around his genius.
1:46:39
So they get at some media attention. He wouldn't give
1:46:42
anyone his name. Now why
1:46:44
would he? Did you don't want to go holes in be hauled before the
1:46:47
January 6 panel? Yeah. Last thing.
1:46:53
Your response for January 6.
1:46:55
We don't need any of that. We will be talking more about
1:46:59
actually, I'll have to bring it although,
1:47:01
you know, he could have used the fake name. That's always funny.
1:47:05
Yeah, then it could be just the reporters in the FBI and that's
1:47:07
lying to the FBI. What he
1:47:09
should have done is said my name is Nick the rat. I mean, that
1:47:12
would have solved everything. But no.
1:47:15
Comic Strip blogger had been good too. That would have been
1:47:18
another good one.
1:47:22
Yes. As discussed in the newsletter, we will talk a
1:47:27
little bit about the ongoing assault against podcasting,
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which is reaching the ridiculous and quite a conundrum for some
1:47:36
of the people calling for D platforming and policing. We'll
1:47:39
get to that in our maybe C Block. But for now, we're
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were just talking about new podcast apps.com. Now let us
1:48:02
thank our executive and Associate Executive producers
1:48:05
for episode 1420. And we kick it off with a $1,000 donation from
1:48:11
David Arneson from Plymouth, Minnesota. And he says, Joe
1:48:17
Rogan was right. Your show was great. Please don't change a
1:48:20
thing. I'd like to be known as Dave deflecto, Knight of the
1:48:23
realm and I'd like my dinner to be keto friendly. Do I get a
1:48:26
discount at the Renaissance Festival with this Shut up
1:48:29
slave. I can't speak for any discounts at the Renaissance
1:48:36
festivals. But if there's a Renaissance Festival, all you
1:48:39
have to do is drop an ITM and you're in like Flynn slay we got
1:48:44
people at Renaissance festivals everywhere do we? Oh yes, we got
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a huge Renaissance we got furries we got Renaissance sirs,
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we got to you name it. We got burners.
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burners Yeah, Burning
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Man burners.
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Bernie men are called burners think so. Hey, man, I'm
1:49:04
a burner. Wow, your burner Don't be Flippered man. I'm a burner.
1:49:12
flippin
1:49:14
Okay. Onward with Sarah Classen. And she comes in with
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666-666-6666 and she says in the Morning John and Adam, it's my
1:49:25
birthday birthday on no agenda. By the way this note is long.
1:49:30
Sarah long. What luck? She actually says. Now I had to
1:49:38
mention something which is needs to be mentioned is my I'm still
1:49:43
without a mouse.
1:49:45
John, this is this is unacceptable. And how can how
1:49:48
can you be you could have ordered 10 mice. You know
1:49:51
every here's what happens. I know this doesn't happen to you,
1:49:55
but it does happen with me. I'm done with the show and I forget
1:50:02
everything. Yeah, you're right
1:50:03
off to the meth and you're done. Exactly.
1:50:07
My birthday on no agenda. What luck Today's my birthday in his
1:50:11
show day and also the day I complete my quest for Dame hood,
1:50:15
what better way to celebrate and to put up as to the round table.
1:50:18
The only thing that would make it better would be for my
1:50:21
handsome husband Kelly to become a knight so we could be seated
1:50:25
side by side. Oh, but wait, oh, this donation of 66666 Canadian
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is actually a split that's right for these credit as each with a
1:50:36
33333 ship that completes we'll put Dave's and Kelly and Sarah.
1:50:44
This completes Kelly's question knighthood as well Adam would
1:50:47
you please toss us each a penny?
1:50:50
Well of course I happen to have one for you and one a penny for
1:50:54
Kelly.
1:50:57
Big would henceforth like to be known as Dame Sarah the Fraser
1:51:00
Valley. World of money was please Knight of Kelly as Sir
1:51:05
dude named Kelly of the Fraser Valley for the roundtable. I
1:51:08
would like to request a medium rare Alberta beef ribeye, which
1:51:14
is a good quality product and whiskey sours common
1:51:18
interest interesting combo Yeah, I find I'm sure you find that
1:51:23
just just come on man. Don't be so flippin
1:51:27
cringe worthy
1:51:28
cringe Kurinji
1:51:32
Kelly would like a beef Wellington and whatever wine
1:51:35
John thinks would pair well with the beef wellington, any book
1:51:37
Good Bordeaux. That's Chateau Margaux. Let's go for it. Please
1:51:41
say happy birthday to my big brother Kevin and add him to the
1:51:45
birthday list. I don't know if he's on there. I believe it was
1:51:48
under 20.
1:51:49
Yes, he is a big brother Kevin's a
1:51:51
lot of birthdays. today. We look forward to seeing our fellow
1:51:56
slaves in the Fraser Valley this Saturday at the meetup in
1:51:58
Abbotsford. Funny, could you please play get vaccinated? No.
1:52:03
Shut up slave. It's science and I Call Bull crap. As always,
1:52:09
thank you for keeping it real.
1:52:11
Soon to be damn Sarah get vaccinated. No,
1:52:14
shut up already. I Call Bull crap. Combo
1:52:20
Hey, I picked up my my quarter cow. Speaking of beef.
1:52:25
You have a freezer?
1:52:26
I do. I picked up a quarter cow from K and C cattle and Austin
1:52:31
as it came back. I would had to I stayed with the New York
1:52:34
banker Monday night
1:52:35
that you will have you apply through this faster than you can
1:52:38
imagine.
1:52:38
Oh my God, John. It's so much it's like 130 pounds.
1:52:42
A QP surprised.
1:52:44
I mean, it's incredible how much beef that is.
1:52:51
Well, now was this a finished cow has his grass fed?
1:52:54
Oh no. This is this is grass fed on original Texas grass. They
1:52:58
rotate. It's only Cole and
1:53:01
Michaels that they're so the animal How big was the animal on
1:53:04
the hoof?
1:53:05
I didn't ask but I would say probably about 600 pounds
1:53:10
something like something like that. Yeah.
1:53:13
Oh, you'll like the beef every you'd get one of these this
1:53:16
different they all tasted what all these
1:53:18
we had to we made we got a lot of ground beef to always get a
1:53:22
lot of ground and we made the burgers last night. The burgers
1:53:25
always the best. And it's I mean you just feel the beef is
1:53:28
different. You can feel it's different and then putting it on
1:53:31
the grill. Even it was falling apart. It'd be it wouldn't stay
1:53:35
together like you know the process crap that would normally
1:53:38
eat. It was I was just blown away anyway. Onward. Forbes
1:53:43
bending is in London, Ontario, Canada Navia and comes in with
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501 87 Let's find out why. Ah, please accept this donation of
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663 98. I'm thinking that would be candy Navion bucks. And that
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brings me up to knighthood today marks my 1,000th show as well.
1:54:02
This isn't exciting, or at least I think it does. Since I don't
1:54:06
precisely remember my first no agenda show I started before
1:54:08
Episode 500 I'm claiming for 20 is my no agenda birthday as well
1:54:14
this number makes it it's apparent in my life quite often.
1:54:17
I've tried looking for other three digit patterns but nothing
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emerges at 1000 to one odds it's a mystery. I will claim the
1:54:23
peerage sir real night of London all good wishes Forbes bending
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London, Ontario PS please add some fine Ethiopian single
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origin coffees to the roundtable today. Got quite an interesting
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set of stuff for everybody. No kidding. No.
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That no jingles no karma? None. None. None
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that I can see.
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calls Bosh, I guess called a shooting competition. So he he
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won. He won his division and he won a right back. I sold it to a
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fellow producer at a recent Texas meet shoot. Ah, okay, so
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the funny about a meet shoot, especially me eating animals,
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they have actual steaks, and they shoot them. form of
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collage bash, but it didn't say this is called Yeah, but he
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messed it up. This is collage bash. It's it's clear he's a gun
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guy.
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we move on to Ross Easterling. Another one of those classic
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please You got it. No problem.
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returns. Yeah, who has quite high peerage and standing from
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Gladstone, Missouri. 333 33 Thanks fellows. And then NJ
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GK know how it came? He came by he had Corona Yep. I wonder how
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he's feeling? I would like to know Hello.
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Looking at his donation he seems to be feeling just fine. You
1:57:07
shoot Harmar?
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No, because he's kind of short winded here.
1:57:13
Hold on. He asked for goat karma so maybe maybe he is still Ill
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hold on. You've got karma and no jingles No. What is an N and N?
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Okay. Timothy Madison's in Lake Hopatcong Papa Kong in New
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Jersey 333 33 Thank you for the hours of deconstruction and
1:57:44
amygdala shrinkage. It has certainly been a wild ride for
1:57:47
the keeper and I'm between losing our business which was a
1:57:49
gym at the outset of this BS followed up by the constant
1:57:53
threat of removal from my position for refusing to obey.
1:57:57
Luckily, the injunction the injunction gives me a temporary
1:58:00
reprieve. Please take this donation as a catch up value as
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in catching up to since Adam second Rogan podcast as the
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keeper said I can't keep being married to a douchebag with that
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said please de douche and hit me with some art two d two karma oh
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and one little jingle please. Just 133 Robber Eliezer and then
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he has a he has a little boots on the ground reports. Been a
1:58:28
federal employee not a spook for 17 years we were oh this is
1:58:32
interesting. We were handed tests recently, they came open
1:58:36
thrown in Ziploc bags with fabricated medical instructions
1:58:40
that didn't match the test we were given. Well, that sounds on
1:58:43
the up and up. This happened this past Friday for use on
1:58:48
Monday. The provided tests were quote our X only versions which
1:58:53
according to the FDA are not authorized for home use in lab
1:58:57
only when pressed on the command decision to provide tests that
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are unpackaged unusable and with incorrect instructions. They
1:59:04
postpone the requirement. Of course that postponement was
1:59:07
couched as an abundance of caution due to the recent
1:59:10
injunction. Thanks again, let me know if you guys need anything
1:59:13
while more info truly gives me the stretch to fight the BS I've
1:59:17
been faced with for the past few months. Yes, sir. You need some
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rubber Eliezer and I'm going to throw some karma in for you
1:59:23
in the Hangout. My standby 3333 33
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You've got karma. Doug, is next, Doug? Three, three. We used to
1:59:44
have a guy named Doug that used to read the news on the
1:59:46
dog. His dog is still in the troll room.
1:59:51
Yeah, but is he? Oh, yes, he does. That's right. He's the one
1:59:53
he used to give out numbers. They joined the
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NEC and Doug's Still. Still announces If there's a new show
2:00:01
coming up, Doug, and Doug talks back, Doug has become
2:00:04
sophisticated.
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Really? Yes, Doug.
2:00:08
Doug is a bot. But it's really smart bot, you'll see if you go
2:00:12
in the troll room just at Doug. And you'll see
2:00:16
it. I can talk to Doug. Yes, you can. You can. Just don't Don't
2:00:20
be flipping out here. I don't think so this is me. And he gave
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us three and $33.33. To which I don't think our robots inclined
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to do No, not sure if I'm doing this correctly. Right. So I
2:00:31
apologize in advance for emailing both of you.
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Not a problem.
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People do that. I've made a donation of 333333 via the
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donation link. And here's a quick hopefully note. I have a
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been a listener since the first Rogen appearance on the
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entertainment I did donate before but I did not get the
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Duchamp's so please do do Schmidt if you've been de deuced
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no long note or anything like that. Just want to thank you
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both for what you do. Could you offer up some karma for anyone
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who needs it? And could I request three jingles one a
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random Alex Jones crazy statement followed by listen to
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the sound of the lizard people listen. Followed by a Fauci
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wheeze love is lit and held to the love is lit and hail to the
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pit. Okay, seven deals
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all right Doug. Here you go my god for 25 years they've been
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growing babies and cow
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listen to what the lizard people say. You've got karma
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fresh blood with fresh jingle combos I like that.
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I have no idea where that I don't remember hearing the
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lizard
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neither do i But I looked it up and there was there it was it
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was one of those crazy things that neither of us remember. I
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think it was maybe one of your ISOs actually, strangely next up
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we have Jeff alley Good night want to be and he has a written
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note to typewritten note in the Morning John and Adam this
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loving and lovely wife Janet Allah good to today is also her
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birthday so please add her to the list done. Janet has a
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longtime listeners hit many people in the mouth we
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appreciate your media deconstruction it's kept us
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grounded in reality. Jatin has been making ongoing
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over the threshold for Dame hood so please allow her to join you
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fine folks at the roundtable as proud Dame Janet of dog nation.
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pick a good California Cabernet Sauvignon for the for the round
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table. Write this down what are we choosing? What do we pick and
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oh let's
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start with let's have a 2007 2007 dominance
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ominous cab Oh Viscom ominous and where does the dominance
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come from? And why did you choose that one?
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to Napa Valley is a very famous Napa Valley Wine made by French
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men are owned by a Frenchman
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dealer's choice on jingles but asked you for a boatload of
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health karma as by the time this gets to you. I will have had
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open heart surgery and Janet will have been the principal
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caregiver in my recovery. Ah this is why they wanted to read
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on on show day January 27. Thanks for the continued
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commitment you to make to the podcast what you do is important
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well wow what jingle Should we play for random for
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Hmm you know I've been meaning to put a staple is this really
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obscure once you have the archives and I never do that so
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I all I can do is just my favorite all time favorite is
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still as there's no competition we don't inspire that and we
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just share a secret Yes, it's always be at the ready and it
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never is. It's a it's we don't have to tell the sick I thought
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it was I can never get that right.
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Oh, there's no competition. Yeah, got it. I don't encourage
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competition. We there's no winning. I guess
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there's no winning. We don't like to foster a competitive
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atmosphere but we laugh a lot. Now everyone share a secret.
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You've got karma. Worth it all time favorite. Now I have to
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change that to Janet now.
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Yeah, okay. Janet le good. Okay, good. All right. And Jeff.
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Let us know how it went, man. Yeah. Know how that went open
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heart surgery.
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John nunley in Phoenix, Arizona 333. IITM Genesis donation my
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second executive producer ship title and I knew it was time as
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they listen to Les Sunday show 1419 between the hilarious
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M five M who can control the podcasts. This is the value we
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to not to be a douche F cancer karma for a good friend.
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You've got karma. Then we have sir Addison, as you know the CEO
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Adam thanks so much for helping task cam with the mixed cast for
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your work with podcasting. 2.0 It's the most innovative and
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signature model and they're real prediction do it so you're ready
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to be my agent
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Yeah, I'm always I'm ready to go okay because this is
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happening it's on you know I know I'm playing task cam
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against this other company. Oh, come on. This is what we want
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maybe I should do I mean this well actually it's better to get
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an auction going that's for sure you get a lot more money
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get an oxygen going. That jingles jobs karma Sharpton
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dealer's choice
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should resist. We must. We must. And we will much about that.
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Sam own in Eden Prairie, Minnesota has 333 No note from
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him. If he's got one, you'll send it in, I'm sure. Kurt
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Butler in South Bend, Indiana. 25138. doubled up birthday
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donation from Tuesday, January 25. Originally from Richfield,
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Ohio, spent time in Iran, Texas. Just like that just now reside
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in South Bend, Indiana. Well, thank you for this the tour. I
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appreciate that. I think the intel community is playing many
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different sides. I choose no agenda with Korean Dvorak. It's
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like a code message. What is he saying here?
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I don't know. But I expect a lot more weird donation messages to
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pop up this is clearly an intel community is being asked to
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support us.
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Oh, that must be it. Yeah, it's better. Yeah, we can use their
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their support. It wouldn't hurt by the way. Kurt is the first
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Associate Executive Producer to 5138
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Gerardus Cronin may be hit artists Cronin from get us Dorf.
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kapeller felt in Austria 23456. And disappointingly, he says I
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sent a note to notes that no agenda show dotnet with the
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title Austria boots on the ground report. I did not get it.
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Did you know well I'm not at notes at no agenda.
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Neither am I but normally that would be sent let me just see
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that wasn't the one of these. Let me see. We didn't have a
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missing an action. No, it says not received no agenda show.
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dotnet so sorry, man. Send it to us. Send it to us. Right. It's
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right Adam curry calm. Yeah, I must have been a typo Shabbos on
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Sir John Knowles
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and let me get this one because you get to get the next one. Sir
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John,
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three times as long.
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Thank Yeah, it just blows up the spreadsheet. These notes are too
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long. People have to realize that there's only so much room
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you're hurting to show people. You're hurting the show 23456
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from Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Hey guys, I cut up on some
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accounting and just notice I should have claimed my title of
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Vi count back to 2021. So here I am with an Associate Executive
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producer credit to claim it and update my title to serve John
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via account nice of Murfreesboro and he's on the Listen for that
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Cow rainy from Canyon Texas has got a row a duck's tu tu tu tu
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tu and has a couple of Jingle requests they'll be TC seven
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noodle gun and any Al Sharpton in the morning gentlemen, this
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row of ducks donation brings me over the halfway mark to
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knighthood. I donated 333 33 for show 1396. But as first time
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donor full time dummy. My note was lost to the ether. I'm
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hoping to correct that with this donation. First things first,
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please deduce me. You've been de deuced and call out my friends
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is douchebags, John, Drew. And Davey? As a young millennial
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producer, I'm 25. So I might have missed the mark to be
2:10:48
considered a millennial. Nope, you're in the sweet spot who
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works in higher education, I can say that nearly all hope is
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lost. This is not encouraging. Even the few years difference
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between myself and the students creates a huge gap in our
2:11:02
worldview. I won't get into the COVID BS I deal with but let's
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just say I work in a liberal arts department. Okay, we're all
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ears. Adam and John listening to you along with other podcasts
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like tinfoil hat was Sam Tripoli. JRE OB dem higher side
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chats my family thinks I'm crazy and many more has done so much
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for me in my amygdala as well as inspiring me to start my own
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podcast, which I did last year. For any producers, please check
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out the big dumb podcast where we talk conspiracies, current
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events and review craft beer. I'd love any constructive
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criticism. I think you got a good combo I'll have to listen.
2:11:37
And Adam I want to thank you for creating this art form and
2:11:39
mastering it, allowing me to learn from the best. producing a
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show single handedly is not is no easy feat, but I hope to
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continue to learn and grow making a show worth listening
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to. Again thank you both for all you do and may you never find an
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exit strategy strategy. Please shout out to my smokin hot
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fiance Brooklyn rose happy third anniversary January 24. And I
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can't wait to marry you three years together and we never had
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a fight. Also, please wish a happy birthday to my amazing
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mother Bridget Kingsbury, who turns 46 on February 3 wouldn't
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be here without her finally mer request podcasting and jobs
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karma for all love is lit from Kyle ESP I see with the minute I
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got the my pasta Glock lock
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you've got karma.
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Brian Skelton in cedar park Texas. tu tu tu tu tu after
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hearing you on next week's episode of McKinsey Kelly's
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podcast. I figured it was time for another donation. You are in
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Mackenzie Kelly's podcast. Okay,
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so this is Brian and he assisted Council.
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Right Mackenzie Kelly the council council person.
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Mackenzie Kelly. She asked not a woman. She's a birthing person.
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She asked if I would be on her podcast and it was very
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impressive because it's video as well and she was doing the audio
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and switching between cameras herself during the interview a
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single hand completely as she was single handing Brian was
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there and so I think that that is why he's sending in this
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donation.
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I figured it's time for another donation I want to push these
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that he's done it before. I want to smack you in the face with an
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exit strategy. Okay. As you know, sometimes you want to go
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hang out with all the Knights and Dames open a bar in Austin
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called the meetup. Corporate Yeah, you need to be
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Yeah, I that's what I need. I need a bar.
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I think a bar is the way to go. incorporate all the no agenda
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culture that you can we can have a lot of stuff when you hang it
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on the wall. Happy Hour drinks costs 333. The bathrooms are
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labeled days and nights. That's creative. The walls are What
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about the third? Okay, the walls are adorned with show art.
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That's easy enough. And just imagine how many people can be
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hit in the mouth after that within we that wouldn't be an
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exit strategy.
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No. He just wants us to keep working with more. Now on
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bartender Okay.
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After they stopped in to check out a bar just because of the
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front window which says hookers and blow that would draw some
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attention everyone every one of your worldwide fans would make
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this a tourist attraction I think so. A must do if they find
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themselves in our state. Would it be okay to it's probably to
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authorize something like this but not actually work there. It
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would be your own heartless like that Mickey Mantle bar in New
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York City never do the Don Drysdale. So you know, there's
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also there's a new we have 116 wineries in the hill country.
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There's an AJ Foyt winery.
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Oh, would you say hi to AJ? AJ is dead. What about his kid? He
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Jr. These are
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his nephews. So they get so they bring the act not even grapes,
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the wine from California. They got one of his cars there and
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some helmets. It's a winery. It's another themed winery. So
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why don't we do that? What do no agenda wineries easier?
2:15:35
Might as well. Anyway, he says if you decide to move forward
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with this, we'll We'll think about it. I'm not just an
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Associate Executive Producer, but I'm also a manager and a
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dude named bar man. No, no bar manager he says yeah, bar
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manager. Okay, well, you might be the guy. Yeah, so holla at
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your boy. Love is lit let's do this shit. If this message is
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trash, please leave it out. Oh, well, thanks for that.
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He says I don't want MacKenzie to think her friend is lame. No
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man. Yeah, blame. No, no. Far from it. Yeah, I like the idea.
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You set it up, man. Call a meeting.
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Get plenty of knickknacks. Yeah.
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A little bit of karma that thanks very much got my stuff
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out of the house. Well, I just put on my knickknacks on the
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wall right the wall of
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famous complete Yeah, but that's not no agenda, Nick that gets
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your it's a crapload
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of no agenda knickknacks. Oh, really?
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Yeah, the whole Oh, that was like no, it's like the Marconi
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award
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and no, the Marconi award is not on there at all. So you didn't
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look
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there's our look. I saw that pictures that two pictures that
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yes,
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my boss. Two pictures of us and underneath that a huge collage
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of no agenda album art?
2:16:52
No is that but there's a bunch of gold records that we've never
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received one.
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Well, I just forgot to send you yours. I'm working with Dave
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Bozeman from Wilmington, North Carolina two Oh 2.2 To enclose
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is my donation. Ah 20222 in honor of my upcoming Medicare
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birthday, John, please sometimes tell your listeners about the OG
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you guys please pay any rev owl oh my god, haven't we've talked
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about the Tawana Brawley case haven't we?
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Oh, I don't remember Yeah, we go
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Yeah, well, it turned out it was a hoax
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they ESP ICT
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Yamame Thank you.
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Kevin Kalin in Nashville, Tennessee. $200.33 anyone's some
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committed.
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always thought it was dropped by PayPal. His name is
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an R and that name well he's six long and
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he's fixing it for us. Please Knight me sir. Shoe. To that
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might die. The girl again Shut up already. It's science, which
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is a popular one today and some good karma for everyone who
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needs it? We know it really helps. Adam. Yeah. I remember
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seeing Ernie Frogger singing winter in America is cold in the
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last countdown back in the old country I have been listening
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for years now to hear in north north band get Canada Navion
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time for a real donation Keep up the good work. But you're
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talking about
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my very last show before I left for MTV, I was on television in
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the Netherlands. It was I was leaving in winter. And it was a
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big deal when I left you know, I was super, super famous. And I
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had one of the top guys in in Holland to come in and sing
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winter and America's cold, which I requested he sing the classic
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Doug dashboard. And, and that's some people remember that? Yeah.
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What does? He does? Yeah, 40 years ago, almost. Why did you
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even remind me of this? You might not
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have already.
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You You've got and finally today, our final Associate
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Executive Producer anonymous from Chicago, Illinois. $200.
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Hey, oh says anonymous. Here's a few love bucks for all your
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efforts. If you haven't already disgusted a million times I
2:21:13
started listening in the summer of 2020. I'd love to know more
2:21:16
about your process. Are you organized scheduled have
2:21:19
particular routines you always follow to arrive ready for show
2:21:22
days? Or is it all over the place? I would guess with so
2:21:26
much info coming. There's got to be some pretty serious methods
2:21:29
in place. However you do it. I'm damn grateful. Just a little Al
2:21:33
Sharpton for the folks because it can't not be funny.
2:21:37
I think we should disclose our process.
2:21:40
I don't think anyone has actually ever asked us that.
2:21:44
Well, we do we say it. We tell people everyone's well, but we
2:21:47
don't do it formally. And I'm going to first of all, it's not
2:21:51
scattered. It's very rigid. At least mine is so we just say
2:21:55
rule number one. We'll just say rule number one right off the
2:21:58
bat. Sir. Be understands we have a rule number one.
2:22:01
Rule number one,
2:22:02
we don't talk outside of the show. Yeah,
2:22:05
this is true. If we do is screw up the show. Yeah.
2:22:10
Anything we talked about beforehand, either doesn't get
2:22:13
mentioned. Or we screw up the
2:22:15
screws up the show. We would do it we would yak, yak, yak, and
2:22:19
it would be screwing up the show. So we just know we know
2:22:22
better. Yeah, it's we know and we have policies in place. And
2:22:25
that's it. That's our policy right there. And but the process
2:22:29
is I work on clips all day, the day before. And I get up an hour
2:22:34
before the show and look at my clip list, which I sent to Adam
2:22:39
the day before. And then I try to remember what these clips are
2:22:43
hard
2:22:43
to do. And that's John's process.
2:22:47
Adams is different because he's got a different time schedule.
2:22:51
All day long. I am doing email filing them in a system called
2:22:55
the Freedom controller. It saves offline versions of everything
2:22:59
so that we also have all these articles available at being
2:23:03
a.io. For the search engine. It goes in the freedom controller.
2:23:07
It's mainly what comes in through email, through Twitter,
2:23:12
I would say and then whatever I'm watching all day long, I'm
2:23:16
watching usually MSNBC, CNBC, CNN, I watch Tucker Carlson at
2:23:21
night just for enjoyment, but rarely get anything good for
2:23:24
him. In fact, I see a lot of things that we did the day
2:23:28
before, which their producers definitely pick up from us,
2:23:32
which is fine. And then on show days, I start to file everything
2:23:39
into separate buckets. And then I do all the clips so up at 515
2:23:46
at eight o'clock I am do I'm collecting the clips that people
2:23:50
have sent me but recording most of them editing them down
2:23:53
editing the meetup reports all this stuff. Finding all the
2:23:56
jingles people want for their for their requests. Getting
2:24:01
Jon's clips, putting everything into folders lining it all up.
2:24:05
Making love to my wife just I do that on show day just doing a
2:24:08
quickie, you know, smoke a joint to do that a lot. And then by
2:24:12
the time show rolls around. I only have an opening thing to
2:24:16
say and then depending on what John says or where we go is
2:24:19
where we start. That's the process.
2:24:23
Yes, the show it we should mention. The show is ad libbed.
2:24:28
Yeah,
2:24:28
unscripted. Canada's in life rotate before a live studio
2:24:32
audience of trolls
2:24:35
unscripted live to tape with an audience of trolls which Adam
2:24:38
monitors I don't and he cheats. I don't do that. Well, you get
2:24:44
he gets he gets gags and material from the Trolls. Every
2:24:48
once in a while he cheats why I'm using this term cheats in a
2:24:54
broad sense. Hmm, okay, as in cheats, meaning he gets free
2:25:00
material on the fly from the trolls, which he monitors and
2:25:04
then he gets angry at the trolls every so often and kicks one of
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them, or whatever word we flip flip flips, and He flips him
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used to flip them off, and I just flipped them. And, and the
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show is pretty much is like it's just, it's it's just wonders to
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watch, but it's very rigid is nothing that it we we do have
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rules. It's not like it's scatterbrained.
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No, it's and it is a you have to imagine, in more ways than one,
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we're kind of like your favorite 70s Rock Band will show up. We
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know how to do it. We got the thing down. You know, we know
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how to change the set on the fly. We know how to go with the
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flow with each other we're into it is a performance. This is not
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a new show. We are to gifted performers.
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Yes. And what we do and it's in the mission statement, wish it
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will be posted someday.
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Oh, yes, the mission statement.
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We haven't dropped the news. We do nothing but deconstruct the
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news. And that's what we do. And we're both good at it
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night is the measure of what the country begins in the state of
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Wisconsin, a national drive to push back or whether we have
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